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Patented
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Albert w. Mills and Frank J. Fun-man, Endicott,
‘and Edward J. Rabenda, Binghamton, N. Y., as
slgnors to International Business Machines >
Corporation, New York, N. Y., a corporation of
New Yon-ix
Application May- 12, 1932, Serial No. 442,642 ' I
12 Claims. (Cl. 101-48)
1
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.
This invention relates to record controlled
pri-etinc machines and more particularly to that
class of machines known as addressing machine's.
An object of ‘he present invention is to provide
an addressing machine capable of printing upon
Fig.~ 44s a rear view‘ on a, larger scale showing
the card feeding clutches and the printing clutch. '
Fig. 5 is a large scale vertical section-of the
eject roTlers and card distributing mechanism.
‘Fig. 6 is a vertical section on the line d-tin _
articles such as cards. .
Fig. 5.
A further object is to provide an addressing
rachire which'is more ?exible than prior ma
Fig.
,rhlnes in respect ‘0 the number of different types
addressin~ machire'i in which the article printed
upon, such as a card‘; controls the printirg mech
anism to select a printing member which may
ers systems of accounting.
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An object is to provide a machine capable of
matching the‘stencils or s'milar address print
ing members with the articles printed upon
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the printing mechanism.
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Fig. 9 is a right side elevation of the printing
Fig. 10 is a vertical transverse section of the l
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Figs. 11a and 11b comprise-electrical and me- ‘
chanical timing charts, rzspectively.
Fig. 12 is a detail view of the ink control mech
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anism.
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Fig. 13 is a vertical section through one of the
20
Another obiect is to provide an addressing ma- '
chine capable‘ of printing addresses upon per
forated ‘adéount'ng and statistical cards such as
those used in the well known Hollerith and Pow
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printing mechanism.
comparin~ and rrintin'z machine which is ’oint~
ly controlled by the printing member, which may
be a stencil. and the article printed upon, which
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3a.
' mechanism.
take the form of a stencil.
_
1 An object is to provide a record-controlled
may be a perforated record card.
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Fig. 8 is a vertical longitudinal section through
of onera‘ion which the mochlne can accomplish 10
Another obiect is to provide a record conirolled
_
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Fig. ‘its a vertical section on the line 1-? in
.
secondary card hoppers showing the secondary
hopper contacts.
Fig. 14 is a plan view of the secondary hopper‘
cot-tacts.
Fig. 15 is a vertical section on the line l5-—i5
25 in Fig. 2.
‘Figs. 16a andlSb show specimen stenc'l and
perforated cards, respectively.
Figs. 17a to 179 are plugboard diagrams.
through control media placed on the article
The present invention comprises a machine
printed upon and on the printing member, re~ 30 constructed similarly to the ones d'sclosed in
spectively.
I
British Patent 523.709 and application Serial No.
An object is to providea stencil prin‘i'ig ma
347,226, ?led July 24, 1940,_by D. W. Rubidge
chine with cortrol means‘ for selectingr the stencil
et al'. in respect to the card feeding‘analyaing,
which is to be active in printing upon an artic‘e.
comparing, and‘ distributing mechanisms, with
An object is to provide a sterc‘l or similar 35 such further modi?cations and additional struc-.
type of addressing machine with ?exible means
ture as may be necessary to coord’nate such
forvselecting the printing member for operation
and controlling printing operations by the print»
_
ing member.
mechanism with stencil 'printhg mechanism in
a. new manner.
It will be understood that the
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present invention largely relates to new combina
Another obiect is to provide an improved sten~ 40 tions of elements of, structure of an address
cil printing mechanism.
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printing machine, some of which may be old
Other obiects of the invention will be pointed
per se, producing new results, and these new
out in the following description and claims and
combinations and results will be clear'y set forth
illustrated in the accompanying drawings, which
the appended-claims which dl?‘erentiate the
disclose, by way of vexample, the principle of the 45 in
new from the old.
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invention and the best. mode, which has been _
contemplated, of applying that principle.
In the drawings:
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Figs. 1a to 1d together comprise a wiring dia-l
gram of the machine.
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Fig. 2 is a front view of the right hand half
of the machine with the enclosing cabinet re
moved.
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Figs. 3a and 3b together comprise a vertical
longitudinal section.
I. SYSTEM or Dnsrcn'srmc ELscrnIcAL Pears
or MACHINE
In describing the invention it will be found
convenient, and will make the drawings more
' nearly self-explanatory, to designate the various
controlling magnets, contacts, relays, and other
electrical elements by meansiof capital letters
derived as far as'possible by taking the initial
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