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June 12, 1962
w. P. ROSE
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REMOVABLE BEAM DYEING JIG
Filed Sept. 25, 1957
3,038,680
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2 Sheets-Sheet 1
INVENTOR.
WERNER
P. RO SE
ATTORNEY
June 12, 1962
w. P. ROSE
3,038,680
REMOVABLE BEAM DYEING JIG
Filed Sept. 25, 1957 ‘
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
nite S’ettes
3,38,h%®
Patented June 12, 1962
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3,038,680
REMOVABLE BEAM DYEING HG
Werner P. Rose, 183 Autumn St, Oakland, NJ.
Filed Sept. 25, 1957, Ser. No. 686,238
1 Claim. (Cl. 242—68.4)
This invention relates to cloth dyeing jigs and more par
ticularly to a removable beam construction therefor.
It is the principal object of the present invention to pro
2
For other objects and for a better understanding of the
invention, reference may be had to the following detailed
description taken in connection with the accompanying
drawing, in which
FIGURE 1 is a perspective view of a dyeing jig of the
present invention showing its removable beam in the proc
ess of being lowered into the dyeing jig,
FIG' 2 is a perspective view of another dyeing jig but
which has two removable beams,
vide a dyeing jig that will simplify the handling of the 10
FIG. 3 is an enlarged fragmentary and elevational view
cloth rolls or beams within the dyeing jig and to eliminate
of the dyeing jig and looking upon the removable beam,
the need for cloth winding and batching operations with
FIG. 4 is an enlarged transverse sectional view taken
in the jig upon loading the cloth on jig rolls and the re
through the end of the beam and looking in full elevation
moval of the cloth therefrom when the dyeing operation
upon the end face of the cut away chuck, the view being
has been completed.
15 taken on line 4—4 of FIG. 3,
It is another object of the invention to provide a dyeing
FIG. 5 is an end View of the beam roll,
jig having removable cloth beams which can be used in
FIG. 6 is a fragmentary longitudinal sectional view of
the standard beaming machine for the purpose of the
the beam taken on line 6-6 of FIG. 5,
cloth being wound thereupon and thereafter with the cloth
FIG. 7 is a transverse sectional view of the beam roll
wound on it be taken directly to the jig for immediate 20 taken on line ’7——7 of FIG. 6, and
processing without the usual time consuming operation to
FIG. 8 is an enlarged fragmentary longitudinal view
wind the cloth on the jig beam preliminary to the actual
of a dyeing jig with the beam, jig supports, the chucks and
dyeing operation.
their roller bearing supports being shown in section.
It is another object of the invention to provide a dyeing
Referring now particularly to FIGURE 1, 10‘ and 11
jig having removable cloth beams which can be used in the 25 represent dyeing jig end frames on which a dye bath tank
standard drying machine for the purpose of the cloth being
12 is supported. This tank 12 is open at the top to allow
the cloth to be passed through dyeing liquid contained
wound thereon and thereafter, the dyeing process hav
ing been completed, may be taken directly to the drying
therein. Over-lying the open top of the tank is ‘a cloth
machine without the usual time consuming unwinding
batch up of the cloth to remove it from the jig beam roll.
It is another object of the present invention to provide
a removable beam for dyeing jigs which is not only adapted
expander frame 13 by which the cloth is kept expanded
while passing through the dyeing liquid and between the
jig rolls.
The end frames $10 and 11 respectively have upwardly
to be disposed in the dyeing jig but is adapted to have the
extending projections 14, 15 and 16, 17. Upon the rear
square bars passed therethrough according to the standard
projections 14 and 16 are mounted respectively bearing
practice of supporting these beams in beaming and, drying 35 blocks 18, 19 in which a non-removable beam roll 2%} is
be transferred between beaming machine and the dyeing
journalled. This beam roll has a sprocket 21 thereon by
which it is driven.
jig and between the dyeing jig and the drying machine
without alteration of the existing equipment which is
Extending upwardly from the respective beam bearing
machines so that beams loaded with the cloth can readily
supports 18, 19 are respective extension blocks 22, 23 on
already set up for use of the standard wooden rolls with 40 the upper ends of which are laterally-extending roll sup
the steel square bars.
port brackets 24 adapted to support a wood roll 25 that
It is a further object of the present invention to provide
may have cloth from which beam roll 20 may be loaded
a removable beam dying jig in which the beam is adapted
in the usual manner. These extension blocks have respec
for the easy insertion in opposing chuck elements, and
tively inclined grooves ‘26 and 27 in which the ends of an
that will temporarily support squared ends of the beam 45 unloading roll can slide and engage the beam roll 20‘ from
preparatory to the chuck elements being brought together
which cloth may be batched according to well known
procedure.
.
upon the ends of the beam and wherein said chuck ele
ments have conical centering elements adapted to enter
According to the present invention, and upon the for
ward extensions '15 and 17‘, provision is made for the sup
conical recesses in the ends of the beam to thereby auto
matically center the beam as one of the chuck elements 50 port of cut away beam chucks 28 and 29 that oppose one
another and which are respectively adapted to receive
is axially moved toward the other chuck element.
It is a still further object of the invention to provide a
square ends 30 and 31 of a removable beam roll 32 with
removable ‘beam dyeing jig in which the beam is adapted
cloth 33 thereon, that can be lowered into the chucks from
overhead tackle by saddle straps 34‘ and 35. Upon the
for easy insertion in opposing chuck elements wherein the
chuck elements have the top of their square recess cut 55 projection 17 of the end frame 11 is a bearing support
36 in which the chuck 29 is journalled. The chuck 29
away and adapted to hold the unmachined cast square ends
has a sprocket 37 by which it is driven. On the upper
of the beam for quick and easy general positioning of the
end of projection 15‘ is a guideway plate 355 that projects
beam ‘and wherein the remaining uncut square recess acts
as a driving means to turn the beam.
outwardly from the side thereof and is further supported
Slidable in the guideway plate 32'; is a
bearing support 4% in which the chuck 23 is journalled.
On the outer end of the guideway plate 33 is a threaded
It is a still further object of the present invention to pro— 60 by brackets 39.
vide a removable beam dyeing jig in which the beam is
adapted for the easy insertion of a square bar through the
beam byv means of an internal guide tube and conical sur
support 41 that carries an adjusting screw 42 connected at
faces at each endthereof leading to the square opening in 65 43 to the bearing support 4%), FIG. 8, and by which the
support 46 with the chuck 23‘ is adjusted to center the
the head at each end of the removable beam.
beam roll 32 between the chucks 28 and 29.
Other objects of the invention are to provide a remova~
The removable beam 32 comprises a metal sleeve 45
ble and interchangeable beam for dyeing jigs, having the
that is internally shouldered adjacent the respective op
above objects in mind, which are light in weight, replace
posite ends as indicated at 46 and 47 to respectively
able with the standard wood beam, strong, durable, in 70 retain end heads 49 and 59, FIG. 6. The end heads re
expensive to manufacture, true running, ei?cient and ef
spectively have squared openings 51 and 52 through
fective in use.
which a square shaft indicated by dot and dash lines 53
3
may be extended and by which the beam is supported
and turned when in beaming and drying machines. The
inner ends of the openings 51 and 52 in the end heads
are recessed to receive a small internal guide tube 54
through which the square shaft 53 passes. In order to
prevent the shouldered edges of the square openings 51
and 52 from interfering with the insertion of the square
shaft 53 into the beam roll, conical surfaces 55 and 56
are provided.
The outer ends of the squared openings 51 and 52 in
the respective square ends 30 and 31 are respectively
tapered to provide conical centering recesses 57 and 58
to receive respective centering cones 59 and 60 in the
respective chucks 28 and 29.
The chuck element 28 has an outer shell portion 61
that is cut away from the top and in which is ?tted a
round base plate 62 hearing the cone 59. A shaft ex~
tension 63 extends from the shell portion 61 that is jour
nalled in the bearing support 40.
431.
by sprocket chains 92 and 93. The variable constant
lineal speed drive mechanism 91 has a reduction gear
94 with a brake control 95 thereon and a drive sprocket
96 to which the sprocket drive chain 93 is connected. A
similar reduction gear arrangement, not shown, is pro
vided on the opposite side of the jig to which the drive
chain 92 is connected.
In FIG. 2, there is shown a modi?ed form of the dye
ing jig in which there are provided two removable beam
arrangements. In place of the non-removable beam 20,
a removable beam 32 may be disposed between chucks
28’ and 29' which are respectively journallm in hear
ing supports 40' and 36’. The chucks have centering
devices, one of which being shown at 60' on the chuck
29’. The bearing support 40 is adjustable in the guide
Way plate 38’ mounted on the end frame extension 14
and supported at its outer end by brackets 39'. The
chuck support 40' is adjusted by an adjusting screw 42’
operable in its support and turned by adjusting hand
This shaft extension 63 is threaded at 64 to receive a 20 wheel 44’.
collar ‘65 that engages ball ‘bearing assembly 67 of two
ball bearing assemblies 67 and ‘68 to hold the chuck
The drive sprocket 21’ will be connected to the vari
able constant lineal speed drive mechanism 91 by the
against inward axial displacement in the bearing support
same sprocket chain 92 and in the manner above de
scribed. The internal construction of the chucks 28’
40. The outer races of the ball bearing assemblies 67
and 68 are retained within the bearing support 40 at the 25 and 29' and of the beam and the manner in which the
beam is connected to the chucks is the same as that
inner side thereof by a retaining plate 69 and on the
above described. Both removable beams can be simi
outer side thereof by a retaining cover plate 70 that has
a packing cover 71.
larly inserted and removed from the dyeing jig and by
The square end 30 of the removable beam 32 when
being located in the chuck 28 is rested upon a cut away
the insertion of the square shaft 53 through the beam
inner chuck member 72 that has a square recess 73 for
receiving the square beam end 30. This inner chuck
member 72 is held against rotation in the outer shell por
tion 61 by a key 74, that is in turn held against longitu
dinal displacement in the outer shell portion by a set
screw 75. The cone base plate 62 is held against ro
tation in the outer shell portion by a set screw 76, FIG. 3.
The chuck 29 has an outer shell portion 77 in which a
32, the beam can ‘be used in the same manner as the
standard wood roll that is now used.
It should now be evident with this latter jig having the
two removable beams either one of which can be re
moved that the number of runs of the cloth through the
dyeing liquid or through the tank can be better con
trolled and the jig need not be tied up for the delivery
of the cloth to a beam roll as for a take off batching op
eration.
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While various changes may be made in the detail con
base plate 78 bearing the centering cone 60 is inserted and
secured against rotation therein by a set screw 79, FIG. 40 struction, it shall be understood that such changes shall
be within the spirit and scope of the present invention
3. This outer shell portion 77 has a shaft extension 80
as de?ned by the appended claim.
that is journalled in the ball bearing assemblies 81 and
82 and which carries the drive sprocket 37. The ball
What is claimed is:
bearing assembly 81 is held in place in the bearing sup
A removable beam support for dyeing jigs and the
port 36 by a retaining cover plate 83, while the outer 45 like comprising opposing spaced chuck bearing supports,
bearing assembly 82 is held in place in the bearing sup
at least one of said chuck bearing supports being axial
port 36 by a cover retaining plate 84. The shaft ex
ly adjustable, a chuck journalled in each bearing sup-'
tension 80 is held against inward displacement in the
port, said chucks being adapted to receive the square ends
support by a threaded collar ‘85 ?xed to threads 85’ on
of a removable beam, each of said chucks comprising a
the shaft extension 80.
50
circular shell portion, a round ‘base plate having a cen
A cutaway inner chuck member 86 having a square
recess 87 similar to the opposite square recess 73 of the
inner chuck member 72, is held in the ‘outer shell por
tering cone adapted to enter a conical recess in each said
screw 89.
cess mounted in the shell portion so that the centering
cone lies within the recess, said shell portions and said
end of said beam to thereby center the beam in said
chucks as said adjustable chuck bearing support is moved
tion 77 against rotation by a key 88. The key ‘88 is
held in place against longitudinal displacement by a set 55 toward the other, an inner member having a square re
When the beam 32 is lowered in place in the manner
illustrated in FIG. 1, the square ends 30 and 31 of the
inner members having partially cut away portions there
below on which the squared ends of a removable beam
86. The adjustable chuck 28 will have been moved out 60 can be temporarily rested when the beam is lowered onto
or is to be removed from said chucks, and means con- '
wardly from the chuck 29 so that the square ends 30 and
nected between the inner member and the shell to hold
31 of the beam 32 can be readily and easily rested upon
the inner member within the shell against rotational and
the chucks with their conical recesses 57 and 58 gen
axial displacement with respect thereto.
erally aligned with the respective cones 59 and 60.
beam are rested on the inner chuck members 72 and
Upon tightening the adjusting screw ‘43, the chuck 28 65
will be adjusted inwardly to center the beam upon the
References (Iited in the ?le of this patent
cones 59 and 60 so as to cause the square beam ends
to be lodged well within the recesses 73 and 87 of the
chuck members. The removable beam 32 will thereby 70
be automatically centered for rotation in the dyeing jig
and is made ready to be rotated by its drive sprocket 21.
Both the drive sprockets 21 and 37 are simultaneous
ly driven by a variable constant lineal speed drive mech
anism 91 which is connected to the sprockets 21 and 37 75
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