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June 19, 1962
3,039,384
1.. A. KINGSLEY
PENCIL LETTERING MACHINE
3 Sheets-Sheet 1
Filed Aug. 24, 1959
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June 19, 1962
3,039,384
L. A. KINGSLEY
PENCIL LETTERING MACHINE
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June 19, 1962
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PENCIL LETTERING MACHINE
Filed Aug. 24, 1959
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Unite States Patent 0 " IC€
3,039,384
Patented June 19, 1962
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Lewis A. Kingsley, Beverly Hills, Calif. (% Kingsley
side of tray 36 is a pair of brackets 38 (see FIGURES
2 and 9) which are secured by screws 40 to plate 42
which in turn is secured to anvil 30 by screws such as
PENCIL LETTERING MACHHWE
44 (see FIGURE 8).
Machine Co., 850 Cahuenga Blvd., Hollywood 38,
Brackets 38 are slotted as at 46 to permit vertical ad
Calif.
) Filed Aug. 24, 1959, Ser. No. 835,667
7 Claims. (Cl. 101-11)
justment of tray 36 with respect to anvil 30. The sides
48 of tray 36 are bent normal to the body of the tray
forming side walls con?ning the pencil’s movement on
This invention relates to an improved pencil marking
the tray. A pair of guide tabs 50 are formed on sides
machine.
10 48 of tray 36 projecting towards one another with the
It is an object of this invention to provide an attach
end of each farthest from the anvil ?ared outwardly from
ment to a hot stamping machine which will adapt same
the tray to accommodate a handful of pencils at a time.
to marking pencils and the like.
The tabs 50 are spaced from the main support surface
It is a further object of this invention to provide a
52 of the tray 36 a distance slightly greater than the
device wherein a novel feed means is utilized to feed 15 thickness of the pencil to be marked thus permitting the
pencils one at a time to the marking machine and to
pencils to be fed to the anvil in single ?le.
retain control over the pencils in such a manner as to
Spaced from plate 42 and secured thereto is a second
prevent more than one being delivered at a time.
plate 54. Between plates 42 and 54 is mounted a U
It is a further object of this invention to provide a
shaped ejector plate 56 which straddles the screws 58
device wherein a novel ejecting device is operated simul 20 securing plate 54 to plate 42. A spring 60 retained in a
taneously with the feed mechanism to eject a marked
bore in plate 56 bears upon the top screw 58 and biases
pencil before an unmarked pencil is delivered for mark
plate 56 upwardly. A set screw 62 permits adjustment
mg.
of the screw which is adjusted to bring the top of plate
Other objects and advantages will be readily apparent
56 above surface 52 forming a stop against which pencils
from the following description:
FIGURE 1 is a perspective view of a machine em
25 to be marked rest in tray '36, as seen in FIGURE 5.
The plate 56 has ?xed thereon a pair of screws 64
one on each side of anvil 30 and projecting through a
bodying this invention.
FIGURE 2 is a view taken along line 2—2
URE 1.
FIGURE 3 is a view taken along line 3—3
URE 2.
FIGURE 4 is a perspective of the anvil.
FIGURE 5 is a view taken along line 5—5
URE 2.
FIGURE 6 is a view taken along line 6——6
URE 5.
FIGURE 7 is a view similar to FIGURE 3
of FIG
suitable slot 66 in plate 42 (see FIGURE 4).
U-shaped bracket 28 has ‘depending therefrom a pair
of FIG
of levers 68 on each side of the machine which when the
operating bar thereof is lowered by pivoting of the oper
ating handle 70 each strikes one of the screws 64 and de
presses plate 56 below the support surface 52 as seen in
FIGURE 7, permitting a pencil to advance in tray 36 to a
of FIG
of FIG
35 position abutting plate 42 which forms a second stop by
projecting above support surface 52 of tray 36.
with the
> When handle 70 is released raising operating bar 18
tray broken away and the type carrying head in the
and hence bracket 28 and lever 68 the plate 56 is re
leased and spring 60 causes same to return to its original
lowermost position.
FIGURE 8 is a view taken along line 8—8 of FIG
URE 2.
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FIGURE 9 is a view taken along line 9-9 of FIG
URE 2.
FIGURE 10 is a view similar to FIGURE 7 with the
type carrying head ascending.
FIGURE 11 is a view taken along line 11-11 of
FIGURE .2.
Referring ?rst to FIGURE 1, a stamping machine 12
of the type described in Kingsley Patent No. 2,047,373
position. The raising of plate 56 (best seen in FIGURE
10) raises the pencil abutting plate or stop 42 and forces
same over the stop whereby this single pencil will fall
onto inclined surface 72 of anvil 30 and into groove 34
awaiting the next down stroke of the operating bar to be
45
marked.
To prevent the pencils passing out of groove 34 a raised
stop 74 is positioned on anvil 30 adjacent groove 34.
U-shaped bracket 28 also carries on either side of the
machine an ejector ?nger 76 which is pivotally mounted’
issued July 14, 1936, is utilized and modi?ed to adapt 50 on the bracket. On each side of anvil 30‘ is secured a
same to mark lead pencils. A gooseneck arm 14 is sup
ported above bed 16 and has a vertical guideway formed
therein to reciprocally mount operating bar 18 which at
its lowermost extremity carries a type holder head 20‘ in
which type 22 may be held as for example is disclosed
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in Kingsley Patent No. 2,740,352, issued April 3, .1956.
The head 20 contains the conventional heating element.
cam 78 while each ?nger carries a cam follower 80.
Upon lowering of ?nger v76 the cam follower strikes the
cam and pivots the ?nger away from the pencil in groove
34 to be ejected therefrom. A spring 82 is mounted on
bracket 28 adjacent 'each ?nger 76 which pivots the ?nger
towards groove 34 when cam follower 80‘ clears cam
78. Each ?nger is provided with an inclined shoulder 84
Foil is reeved from roll 24 beneath the type 22 to take-up
which when the ?nger is raised, raises the marked pencil
roll 26. The take-up roll is mounted upon a U-shaped
out of groove 34 over stop 74 and onto a second accu
bracket 28 in turn reciprocated with the operating bar.
mulating tray 86 which is bolted to anvil 30!.
60
The above generally described machine is well known
Thus in operation when the type head is lowered to
in the art and further details may be found in the above
stamp a pencil, levers 68 depress plate 56 advancing the
referred to patents.
next pencil to be marked against stop 42. At the same
An anvil ‘830 is secured as by screws upon the printing
time ejector ?ngers 76 have been pivoted so that shoul
bed 32 directly beneath type 22. When a pencil is de
ders 84 will clear the pencil being marked and then posi
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livered into groove 34 in the anvil 30 it is ?rmly sup
tion beneath said pencil. Upon raising of the type head
ported therein during lowering of type 22 which heated
after marking the pencil, shoulders ‘84 raise the marked
type forms an impression in the pencil and deposits the
pencil over stop 74 onto tray 86. At the same time plate
marking material from the foil therein thereby marking
56 is released by levers 68 and raises the next pencil to
the pencil.
be
marked over stop 42 which then rolls into the already
An inclined tray 36 is positioned in advance of anvil 70 cleared groove 34.
30 to supply pencils to the anvil. A?ixed to the under
While what hereinbefore has been described as the
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preferred embodiment of this invention, it is readily ap-
' cam follower with said cam pivots said ?ngers to permit
parent that alterations and modi?cations may be resorted.
to without departing from the scope of this invention and‘:
such alterations and modi?cations are intended to be Err-
said inclined shoulder to pass a pencil in said anvil and
to engage and lift a pencil out of said anvil upon recip
rocation thereof.
5. A pencil marking device comprising: a hot stamp
cluded within the scope of the appended claims.
I claim:
1. A pencil marking device comprising: a hot stamp
ing machine having a reciprocating type holding head,
an anvil positioned beneath said head, an inclined tray
feeding pencils to be marked in single ?le to said anvil,
.=said anvil having a groove therein receiving a pencil from
ing machine having a ‘reciprocating type holding head,
an anvil positioned beneath said head, an inclined tray‘
feeding pencils to be marked in single ?le to said anvil,.
stop means on said tray, and means reciprocating with
:said tray, stop means on said tray, an ejector adjacent
said head simultaneously ejecting a marked pencil from
simultaneously ejecting a marked pencil from said anvil
:said stop means, and means reciprocating with said head
and actuating said ejector to move the next pencil to be
said anvil and raising the next pencil to be marked over
marked over said stop means, said last mentioned means
said stop means, said last mentioned means including a
pair of ?ngers pivotally connected to said head, a cam 15 including a pair of ?ngers pivotally connected to said
head, a cam follower on each ?nger, a cam on said anvil
follower on each ?nger, a cam on said anvil in the path
in the path of said follower on each ?nger including an
of said follower on each ?nger including an inclined
inclined shoulder thereon whereby engagement of said
shoulder thereon whereby engagement of said cam fol
cam follower with said cam pivots said ?ngers to permit
lower with said cam pivots said ?ngers to permit said.
inclined shoulder to pass a pencil in said anvil and to 20% :said inclined shoulder to pass a pencil in said anvil and
to engage and lift a pencil out of said anvil upon recipro
engage and lift a pencil out of said anvil upon recipro-»
cation thereof.
cation thereof.
6. A pencil marking device comprising: a hot stamp
2. A pencil marking ‘device comprising: a hot stamp
ing machine having a reciprocating type holding head,
ing machine having a reciprocating type holding head,
an anvil positioned beneath said head, an inclined tray 25 an anvil positioned beneath said head, an inclined tray
feeding pencils to be marked in single ?le to said anvil,
feeding pencils to be marked in single ?le to said anvil,
stop means on said tray, an ejector adjacent said stop
said anvil having a groove therein receiving a pencil
from said tray, stop means on said tray, and means re
. means, means reciprocating with said head simultaneously
ejecting a marked pencil from said anvil and actuating
ciprocating with said head simultaneously ejecting. a
marked pencil'from said anvil and rasing the next pencil
:said ejector to move the next pencil to be marked over
to be marked over said stop means, said last mentioned
means including a pair of ?ngers pivotally connected to
said stop means, said last mentioned means including a
pair of ?ngers pivotally connected to said head, a cam
said head, a cam follower on each ?nger, a cam on said
‘ follower on each ?nger, a cam on said anvil in the path
of said follower on each ?nger including an inclined
anvil in the path of said follower on each ?nger including
an inclined shoulder thereon whereby engagement of said 35 ‘shoulder thereon whereby engagement of said cam fol
lower with said cam pivots said ?ngers to permit said
cam follower with said'cam pivots said ?ngers to permit
said inclined shoulder to pass a pencil in said anvil and
to engage and lift a pencil outof said anvil upon recipro
cation thereof;
inclined shoulder to pass a pencil in said anvil and to en
gage and lift a pencil out of said anvil upon reciproca
from said tray, stop means on said tray, and means recip
said tray, stop means on said tray, an ejector adjacent
said stop means, means reciprocating with said head simul
tion thereof, and means on said tray delivering pencils
3. A'pencil marking device comprising: a hot stamp~ 40 in single ?le to said ejector.
7. A pencil marking device comprising: a hot stamp
ing machine having a reciprocating type holding head,
ing machine having a reciprocating type holding head,
an anvil positioned beneath said head, an inclined tray
an anvil positioned beneath said head, an inclined tray
feeding pencils to be marked in single ?le to said anvil,
‘feeding pencils to be marked in single ?le to said anvil,
said anvil having a groove therein receiving a pencil from
said anvil ‘having a groove therein receiving a pencil from
said tray, stop means on the opposite side of the groove
rocating with said head simultaneously ejecting a marked
pencil from said anvil and raising the next pencil‘to be
marked over said stop means, said last mentioned means
taneously ejecting a marked pencil from said anvil and
actuating said ejector to move the next pencil to be
including a pair of'?ngers pivotally connected to said‘ 50 marked over said stop means, said last mentioned means
including a pair of ?ngers pivotally connected to said
head, a cam follower on each ?nger, a cam on said anvil
head, a cam follower on each ?nger, a cam on said anvil
in the path of said follower on each ?nger including an
in the path of said follower on each ?nger including an
inclined shoulder thereon whereby engagement of said
inclined shoulder thereon whereby engagement of said
cam follower with said cam pivots said ?ngers to permit
said inclined shoulder to pass a pencil in said anvil and 55 cam follower with said cam pivots said ?ngers to permit
said inclined shoulder to pass a pencil in said anvil and
to engage and lift a pencil out of said anvil upon recip
to engage and lift a pencil out of said anvil upon recip~
rocation thereof on said tray.
rocation thereof, and means on said tray delivering pen
4. A pencil marking device comprising: a hot stamp
ing'machine having a reciprocating type holding head,
cils in single?le to said ejector.
an anvil positioned beneath said head, an inclined tray
feeding pencils to be marked in single ?le to said anvil,
stop means on said tray, an ejector adjacent said stop
means, and means reciprocating with said head simul:
References Cited in the ?ie of this patent
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536,843
Stetson ______________ __ Apr. 2, 1895
908,923
1,386,811
White _______________ __ Ian. 5, 1909
Thom _______________ __ Aug. 9, 1921
head, a cam follower on each ?nger, a cam on said anvil
2,470,707
2,740,352
in the path of said follower on each ?nger including an
2,778,298
Leston et al. _________ __
Kingsley ____________ __
Russey ______________ _..
Nilsson _____________ __
taneously ejecting a marked pencil from said anvil and
actuating said ejector to move the next pencil to be 65
marked over said stop means, said last mentioned means
including a pair of ?ngers'pivotally connected to said
inclined shoulder thereon whereby engagement of said 70 2,944,480
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