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Dec. 24, 1946.
2,413,095
E. BARKER
PORTABLE‘ LOADING MACHINE
Filed Sept. 14, 1944
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Dec. 24, 1946.
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2,413,095
PORTABLE LOADING MACHINE
Filed Sept. 14, 1944
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Patented Dec. “24, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT orrlcs
2,413,095
PORTABLE LOADING MACHINE.
Eugene Barker, Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The
Jaeger Machine Company, Columbus, Ohio, a
corporation of Ohio
Application September 14, 1944, Serial No. 554,032
5 Claims. (Cl. 214-132)
This invention relates to loading machines and,
more particularly, to loading machines of the
type utilizing an automotive base vehicle having
mounted on one end thereof a power actuated
scoop, or other form of loader, adapted for ‘swing
ins movement about vertical and horizontal axes
for receiving, lifting and laterally turning to .dis
charge positions materials contained therein.
the drive mechanism for turning the boom hori
zontally and associated cable drum;
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Fig. 6 is a detail vertical sectional view of the
worm gear employed in rotating the boom;
Fig. 7 is a detail sectional view taken through
the tubular mast column of the machine and
. showing the sliding cable coupling;
Fig. 8 is a detail side elevational view of the.
It is an object of the, invention to provide a
loading machine of this character wherein im
proved power actuated means, under the con
venient control of the machine operator, are pro
vided for advancing or thrusting the scoop when
in a lowered position into the material to be
machine scoop in another position of operation
with respect to its position as shown in Fig. 1.
position of horizontal elevation and material dis
meral l2 designates the mast employed in the
raising and lowering of the scoop and turning
thereof horizontally to desired positions of ma
Referring more particularly to the drawings,
the numeral i0 designates the chassis or frame
of an automotive base vehicle employed in the
design of my improved loading machine; the
loaded, thereafter turning the scoop in vertical 15 numeral ll designates the material-handling
scoop, shovel or other load carrier; and the nu
and horizontal arcs to cause it to assume a desired
charge, and then producing pivotal movement of
the scoop so that it will be downwardly tilted
to provide for the gravitational discharge of 20 terial-discharge.
The mast is carried by the frame ill at its for
the materials handled thereby.
, ward or material-attacking end, the opposite or
It is another object of the invention to pro
rear end of the frame It is provided with one or
vide a loading machine ‘of this nature with im
more ground-engaging steering wheels [3. This
proved cable means, operated by power derived
from the engine of the automotive base vehicle, 25 wheel is disposed in the center of the frame and
is tumable about the vertical axis, so that the
for turning the scoop and its associated boom in
machine may be manipulated in circles of small
vertical planes and for tilting the scoop after the
radii. The operating positions of the wheel 13
same has been elevated to its desired material
are controlled by the customary manually op
discharging positions, all these operations being
under the convenient regulation of the machine A erated turning wheel I! provided on- the base ve
hicle contiguous to the operator’s position [5.
operator and subject to accurate regulation.
Suitably supported by the chassis or frame In
It is another object of the invention to pro
at the rear end of the vehicle is a power plant
vide a loading machine of thetype set forth char
I 6, ordinarily an internal combustion engine, and
acterized by the simplicity of its mechanical con
associated with the same is the usual clutch and
struction, the ease by which its operation may be
change-speed transmission l1 and differential 18,
governed, and its compact and sturdy mechanical
all of standard construction. The differential
design which renders the machine adaptable for
l8 includes the usual cross shafts l9 carrying
hard usage and extended service without mechan
sprocket wheels 20, around which there \are
ical failure.
For a further understanding of the invention, 40 trained endless chains 2|, the latter being also
passed over sprockets 22-joined with a pair of for
reference is to be had to the following descrip
tion and the accompanying drawings, wherein:
Fig. 1 is a side elevational view of a loading ma
chine formed in accordance with the present in
vention, the material-handling scoop of the ma
chine being shown in full lines in its lowered or
loading position and in broken lines in its ele
vated position of material discharge;
Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the forward end of
the loading machine;
Fig. 3 is an enlarged vertical sectional view
taken through the forward end of the machine;
wardly located, ground-engaging, traction wheels
24. These wheels are arranged on opposite sides
of the frame i0, as shown in Fig. 5, in order to
sustain adequately the loads imposed thereon by
the mast i2 and scoop H, the weight of these
elements serving to maintain the wheels 24 in
firm tractive engagement with the ground, so
that the same may exert high tractive effort in
50 advancing the scoop into the materials to be
loaded.
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The frame structure It is formed with a bed
v Fig. 4 is a fragmentary front elevational view of
plate 25 and a machinery enclosing casing 26,
the upper end of the boom mast;
the upper and forward part of the latter being
Fig. 5 is a horizontal sectional view disclosing 55 suitably braced to effect'the support of a U
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shaped bracket 21. The outer ends of the legs
of this bracket are formed with vertically aligned
4
ably mounted at the extreme upper end of the
mast frame 3|. From the sheave 51, the cable
5| passes downwardly and extends axially through
sleeves 28 for the reception of a tubular column
the tubular column 29, passing around a sheave
29 forming a component part of the mast struc
ture. The lower end of this column projects Cl 58 carried by the frame I0, thence over a second
frame carried sheave 59 and thence to a power
through an opening provided in the bed plate
25 and is additionally supported byv a lower bear
ing sleeve 30 carried by the bed plate.
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Mounted on the column 29 to turn about the
vertical axis thereof is a vertically disposed mast
frame 3|. This frame comprises a pair of du
driven brake-controlled drum 66 to which the
' other end of the cable is attached.
The transmission casing ll of the engine I6
is provided with a power take-off shaft 6|. This
shaft is provided with a sprocket 62 around which
is trained an endless chain 63 which leads to a
sprocket 64 rotatably supported on a cross shaft
plicative, transversely spaced and vertically ex
tending plates 32, said plates being united by
.65 carried by the frame l6. Rotatable with the .
transversely extending bars 33, the latter being
formed with openings for the reception of the 15 sprocket 64 is a clutch assembly 66 which, through
column 29, in order that the frame 3| may be
a manually shiftable control 61, is utilized to
impart rotary movement to the cable drum 66,
to turn about the vertical axis of’; said column. - - causing the winding of the cable 5| thereabout,
whereby to shorten the effective length of said
The lower portions of the plates- 32 terminate
in leg extensions 34 which, at their lower ends, are 20 cable and thereby cause the elevation of the boom
supported by the bracket 2'|‘-and, concomitantly,
arms 39 and the associated scoop II.
To swing the boom arms horizontally after the
and arising from a worm gear 31, the latter being
scoop has reached an elevated position, there is
rotated by mechanism driven by the engine i6
rotatably joined with the sprocket 64 a second
in order to effect horizontal turning movement
of the mast frame 3| about the vertical axis 25 sprocket over which is trained an endless chain
68. This chain is also trained over another
of the column 29.
sprocket ?xed on a rotatable cross shaft 69, the
The mast frame, between the legs of the bracket
latter being journaled in bearings provided in the
21, carries a heavy horizontally disposed cross
side walls of the casing .26 or on the frame II
shaft 38 and fulcrumed for turning movement on
the outer ends of this’ shaft are the inner or upper 30 of the base vehicle.
The shaft 69 is provided with a gear 16 which
ends of a pair of parallel, forwardly extending,
meshes with a corresponding gear 'Il joined with
boom arms 39. These arms at their outer ends
a clutch assembly 12, the latter being rotatably
carry an arcuate thrust plate 40, the latter being
supported on another cross shaft 13 carried by the
shaped to receive and closely engage the arcuate
rear wall 4| of the scoop ||. The plate 40 is 35 casing 26. The shaft 69 is also provided with
a sprocket ‘I4 over which passes an endless chain
formed to include a pair of tongues 42, which
15 leading to a second sprocket 16 mounted on
are pivotally connected as at 43 with a pair of
the shaft 13. The sprocket ‘I6 is connected with
rearwardly projecting brackets 44 formed with
a clutch assembly 11. By selective manual oper
the scoop II, in order to admit of turning move
ation of the control 16 for the clutches l2 and
ment of the scoop about the pivotal connections
11, the direction of rotation of a quill ‘l9 carry
43 when the scoop is elevated to its material
ing a worm 86 may be readily controlled. The
discharging position, as shown in Fig. 1.
worm 80 meshes with the teeth of the worm
The outer ends of the brackets 44 are pivotally
gear 31 employed in revolving the mast structure
connected as at 45 with a pair of rods 46, the
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latter being slidably received in openings pro 45 about the column 29.
After the boom and scoop have been elevated,
vided in turnable blocks 41 carried by the boom
controlling mechanism is employed for govern
arms 39. The upper ends of the rods 46 are
ing the tilting movement of the scoop about its
threaded for the reception of nuts 48 and washers
pivotal connections 43 with the boom, so that
49, coil springs 50 being disposed between the
washers 49 and the blocks 41, surrounding the 50 the scoop may be dropped and its bottom wall
downwardly tilted, as shown in dotted lines in
rods 46, as indicated in Fig. 1. When the scoop
Fig. 1, to cause gravitational discharge of material
is positioned to receive material, the-brackets 44
from the scoop, as when the latter is employed
thereof will be disposed to place the springs
in loading material into the body 8| of an auto
50 under compression so that when the scoop is
elevated to its material-discharging level, the 55 motive truck.
Such tilting of the scoop is controlled by pro
release of the scoop to produce downward tilt
viding the upper edge of the arcuate rear wall
ing thereof will cause the energy con?ned in the
4| thereof with brackets 62 carrying cross mem
compressed springs to apply revolving forces to
bers 83, the latter being connected as at 84 with
the scoop, urging the same toward a downwardly
tilted position, this being in addition to the off 60 a pair of cables 65. From the brackets 62, the
centered weight of the material contained within ‘ cables 85 pass over a pair of sheaves 66 sup
ported by brackets 61 on the upper portions of the
the scoop.
thrust plate 40 of the boom arms. From the
To raise and lower the boom and scoop be
sheaves 86, the cables 85 are trained under sheaves
tween lowered material-receiving positions and
elevated material-discharging positions, use is 65 86 carried by the outer ends of the boom arms.
The cables 85 are then. trained along the boom
made of a cable 5|. One end of this cable is
arms in substantially parallel relation thereto and
fastened as at 52 to a bracket 53 projecting from
pass under and around a pair of sheaves 63 car
the top of a transversely extending front plate
ried by the upper ends of the boom arms contigu
54 of the mast frame 3|. From the bracket 53,
the cable extends downwardly and is trained 70 ous to their swivel mountings on the cross shaft
38.
around a sheave 55 rotatably mounted on a cross
The cables 85 then extend upwardly, passing
shaft 56 carried by the outer end portions of
over guide sheaves 36 carried on the ends of a
the boom arms 39. After passing around the
cross shaft 9| journaled horizontally in the mast
sheave 55, the cable 5| is trained upwardly, as
in Fig. 3, passing around a sheave 51 rotat 75 frame 3|. After contacting the sheaves 96, the
bolted as at 35 to ears 36 integrally formed with
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7 engine, an upright ‘mast, frame support on‘; and '‘
larly'irelated-sheaves
cables 99
over'and92 around
iournaled
‘apair
as ‘at
of 98‘ in
adjacent to one end of said vehicle vfor turning
movement about a“ substantially: vertical axis,
connection with the upper end of‘ the mast frame.
From the sheaves 92, the cables 95 pass down-. .
‘means drivenby said engine for imparting con
wardly, extending through the tubular column 29
for connection at their lower-ends with a sliding
trolled turning movement to said mast frame, a
I cross member carried by said frame, a pair of
coupling link 93a mounted in the column 29 ‘ boom-arms having their rear ends'pivotally se
(Fig. 7)‘ andffrom which link a single cable-99a
auredi‘to ‘_ said cross member‘ for turning move
depends for'passage around sheaves 94 carried -' . ,mentabout-a-substantiaIIy horizontal axis, a load
by and disposed laterally of saidlcolumn, asin.‘ 10 carrier pivotally connected‘ with the outer ‘ends
Figs. 1. and 3. From the sheaves‘ 94, the cable ' ' off said boom arms for turning movement relative
."a is directed to a brake-controlled drum‘ 9! ,
'
thereto about a substantially horizontal axis, a
drum mounted on said vehicle and driven by
rotatably supported by and within the'con?nes
ofv the, casing 29 and to‘ which drum the‘ inner ‘
said engine, a cable connected at one end with
ends of said cable‘lia is connected. The
15' said mastframe, guides on said boom 'arms'and
I‘ may be rotatedby providing'the shaft of the
said mast ‘frame around which intermediate por- "
drum '9 with a sprocket Stand over which is tions. of- said cable arepassed, the other end of
trained an endless cable‘ 91 leading toa sprocket >
clutch assembly 98 used in, the driving vofj the .l said .cabler being connected with said drum,
drum .5.
‘
--wh_ereby upon- the winding of said cable about
to shorten the effective length thereof
-
-. Thus when the drum 99 is rotated to wind thei
"
cable lla thereabout, the shortening .m- the ef
load carrier will be turned
“in Jan upward,direction,v a second-cable for con-'
fective
revolve length
about its
of this
pivots
cable
43 until-the
causes thewall
scoopfto
“of. . ' trolling tilting movement‘ of said load carrier
to said boom arms, said second cable
- the scoop comes into engagement with the vthrust 25
plate 49 of thejboom arms, thus-holding, the; being: seemed-atone end. to said-load carrier,
scoop in its material attacking and load-receiv- -
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ing position. After the boom and scoop have
about? ‘
h M ed by said boom arms and mast frame
ch~ ,the intermediate portions of said
‘ second'c'able are trained, and'an engine-actuated
moiinted onsaid vehicle with which the
95', 13.0.‘
' been elevated, the clutch. 99 maybe released in '
order to pay out the cable from-the
providing for’ the oscillation of ' the‘ scoop under ‘ ; I other end ofs'aid second cable is connected.
v. .2‘, ‘Ina-‘loading machine, a portable base ve
the weight of the materials contained therein
and the initiation of movement, by the springs 50 ‘ zhiclejhavin'g a power-furnishing and propelling
" enginej-anfupri‘ght mast structure supported on
'andliadjuacent, toabout
one end
of said vehicle
for tum
scoop
assume
anv angular
position
providing
.of
the to
‘rods
48, thus
causing, the
bottom
of the “(memo/emu;
a substantially
vertical
axis,
for the gravitational discharge of materials from
the scoop.
-
»,»mean‘s‘ driven by said engine for imparting con
' In view of the foregoing, itiwill be seen that '
trolled turning movement to said mast structure,
the present invention provides an improved load-i
“a, boom pivoted to and projecting forwardly from
cility in operation and reduces maneuvering
operations of the portable base, as is usually
' cable being connected with said drum so that
ing machine for use in many industrial capacities 40 saidgmast structure for turning movement in ver
,' ti'cal planes, a load carrier pivoted to the outer
where bulk materials of various ‘ kinds 'are re
endof said boom for tilting movement about a
ouired to be elevated or otherwise transferred substantially
horizontal axis, a cable drum ro—
from one location to another. A" practical ad
vantage which the machine possesses is found in ,. tat'ably supported on said vehicle, means driven
by ' said engine for imparting rotation to said
constructing the mast so that in addition to lift
drum,‘ a cable connected at one end with the upper
ing the associated scoop in a vertical» direction,
the latter may be revolved-about a substantially - _ portion of'said mast structure, guides mounted
on the outer end of said ‘boom and on said mast
vertical axis to locate the same laterally of the
machine. This feature provides for greater fa-_‘_ - “structure and about which intermediate portions
necessary in registering the scoop with respect _
to associated vehicles, or with other positions ‘0
material discharge. '
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The power-driven turning mechanism for the
mast is so constructed that it is locked against .
undue horizontal swinging movement by the use ‘
of the worm gearing. Also, the ‘machine is fur
ther characterized by its mechanical simplicity
and itsv ability to receive and handle heavy loads 60
expeditiously and with. complete control there.
over, enabling the loaded scoop to have its con
tents discharged at any desired point within the
working range of the machine. If desired, as
shown in Fig. 8, the scoop may be adjusted to ex
treme vertical position so the same may function -
in the capacity of a bulldozer in clearingground
of said;cable'are passed, the other end of said
upon being. wound thereabout said boom and
a carrier are ‘raised, a second set of cables having
their outer ends connected with said carrier,
guides on said boom and mast structure about >
‘which the intermediate portions of said second
set of cables are trained, and a second engine ac
tuated drum to which the other end of said second set of cables is connected.
3. In a loading machine, a portable base vehicle,
an upright mast structure supported on and ad
'jacent to .one end of said vehicle for turning
movement about a substantially vertical’ axis, a
boom pivotally connected at one end with said
mast structure for turning movement in a ver
tical plane, a scoop pivotally connected with the
outer end of said boom for tilting movement about
. space of loose bulk material deposited thereon.
a substantially horizontally disposed axis, means
hicle having a power-furnishing and propelling
rial-discharging position, said means embodying’
for raising and lowering said boom and said
Also, the drums viii) and 95 are provided with
band brakes 99 to hold said drums stationary or 70 scoop, means for controlling the tilting move
ment of said scoop relative to said boom, spring
to control rotation thereof when the same are
actuated means joined with said boom and scoop
declutched from their driving means.
for imparting initial tilting movement to said
Having thus described my invention, I claim:
scoop from its material-containing to its mate
1. In a loading machine, a portable base ve
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a pair of slidable-rods pivotally connected at their
lower ends with said scoop, turnable bearings
carried by said boomin which said rods are slid
ably mounted, and springs interposed between the
‘outer ends of said rods and said turnable bear
ings.
4. In a loading machine, a portable self-pro
pelled base vehicle having an operating engine,
wardly and eccentrically of the center of gravity
of the scoop so that the latter when released will
turn downwardly to gravitationally discharge its
contents, cable means secured atone end to said
frame and passing around guides carried by the
outer end of said boom and around and through
guides forming a part of said mast frame for rais
ing and lowering said boom, areversible drum rc-,
tatably mounted on said base vehicle and driven
a tubular upright mast frame supported on and
adjacent to one end of said base vehicle for turn 10 by said engine to which said cable means is con
nected, a. second cable means connected at one
ing movement about a substantially vertical axis,
reversible means driven by said engine for im~
parting controlled turning movement to said mast
frame, a boom pivotally united at its inner end
> with said mast frame for oscillatory movement
in a vertical plane and turning movement in a
horizontal plane in unison with said frame, an
end with said scoop for controlling turning move
ment of the latter about its pivotal mounting, said
secondv cable means being trained around guides
carried by said boom and mast frame, and a sec-.
ond reversible engine driven drum rotatably
mounted on said base vehicle and to which said
second cable means is connected at its pther end.
5. In a loading machine as set forth in claim 4
of said boom, a scoop open at its front and having
an arcuate rear wall engageable with the boom 20 and wherein a spring-actuated means is mounted
on the outer end of said boom and connected with
thrust member, means pivotally uniting the rear
said scoop for imparting initial turning move
of said scoop with said thrust member to provide
ment to the latter upon pay-out movement of
' for turning movement of the scoop about a sub- ‘
arcuate thrust member carried by the outer end‘
stantially horizontally disposed axis at the outer
end of said boom, sa-id‘axis being disposed in 25
said second-named cable means.
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EUGENE BARKER...
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