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Oct. 30, 1962
J. R. HAMILTON
3,060,707
TRANSFER AND INVERT-REVERT MECHANISM FOR GLASS MACHINES
Filed July 5, 1957
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Joseph R. Hamilton, Anderson, Ind, assignor to Lynch
Corporation, Anderson, Ind, a corporation of Indiana
Filed July 5, 1957, Ser. No. 67%),159
3 Claims. (Ci. 65-236)
This invention relates to an improved transfer and in
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of FIG. 2 illustrating an indexing mechanism for the
turret and associated actuating apparatus;
FIG. 4 is a developed view of the gear teeth on station
ary invert and revert gears and three coacting ?nish ring
carrier gears;
FIG. 5 is a front elevation on the indicated line 5—5
of FIG. 2 showing a detent means operable in connection
with each of the ?nish ring carrier gears illustrated in
FIG. 4;
FIG. 6 is a diagrammatic view showing the pattern of
vert-revert mechanism for glassware forming machines 10
movement of a parison when reverted in accordance with
of the type shown in the co-pending application of Harold
my transfer and invert-revert mechanism; and
A. Yonkers, Serial No. 456,981, ?led September 20, 1954,
FIG. 7 is a diagram of a typical timing cycle for a
now Patent No. 2,874,516, dated February 24, 1959.
glassware forming machine in which my transfer and in
One object of the present invention is to provide a
vert-revert mechanism is used.
transfer mechanism for the type of glass machine shown
On the accompanying drawings, I have used the refer
in the Yonkers application which is a hydraulically oper—
ence numeral 20- to indicate a case in which hydraulic
ated machine of the type provided with a three-?nish ring
mechanism mounted on a turret that is advanced in se
mechanism is mounted and which serves as a base for a
quence from the parison forming operation to the ?nal
blow station and then to the take-out station, and in
turret shown generally at T. As shown in FIG. 1, the
turret T has three neck ring carriers shown generally as
A, B and C, and which are shown at stations (3), (2) and
which the turret indexes to three stations 120° apart,
namely, a blank station (at which the ?nish ring, the
blank mold and the blank are reverted and inverted), a
blow station and a take-out station. In the present in
vention the invert of the ?nish ring is accomplished dur
ing the transfer period between the take-out station and
the blank station, and the revert of the ?nish ring and the
blank or parison is accomplished during the transfer pe
riod between the blank station and the blow station.
Thus, revert and invert are accomplished “on the fly”
instead of both operations being performed at the blank
station while the turret is stationary as in the Yonkers
disclosure.
Another object is to provide a mechanism in which
invert and transfer are accomplished simultaneously and
likewise revert and transfer are accomplished simulta
neously, thus'utilizing the transfer time for invert and
revert and shortening the operating cycle by eliminating
the necessity of invert and revert at the blank station
while the blank or parison mold is stationary.
Still another object is to increase the time available for
invert and revert by accomplishing these operations dur
ing transfer as distinguished from crowding them with
many other operations such as funnel, charge, baf?e and
(1) respectively. The turret rotates intermittently clock
wise (referred to as “transfer”) so that in subsequent
operations the neck ring carriers A, B and C will be at
stations ( 1), (3) and (2) respectively, then stations (2),
(1) and (3) respectively, and then the cycle will be re
peated with the carriers at stations (3), (2) and (1) re
spectively, and so on.
The stations (1), (2) and (3) are “Blank Station,”
“Blow Station” and “Take-Out Station” respectively as
so labeled in FIG. 1. “Transfer” is the movement of the
turret so that carrier A, for instance, moves from station
(1) to station (2), then from station (2) to station (3),
and then from station (3) to station ( 1), whereupon the
cycle is repeated. By way of general preliminary com
ments each ?nish ring carrier is inverted “on the ?y”
while being transferred from station (3) to station (1)
and reverted “on the ?y” during transfer from station
(1) to station (2) as indicated “Invert” and “Revert” on
FIG. 1.
FIG. 2 is referred to for constructional details. The
case 20 is provided with a bracket 22 which supports a
stationary turret-supporting shaft 26 by receiving the
lower marginal end thereof which is keyed at 24 to the
counterblow operations into the period of time allotted 45 bracket for the purpose of providing a rigid mounting.
An indexing turret sleeve 28 is rotatable on the shaft
for the neck ring to be at the blank station.
25 and has lower and upper bushings 30 and 32 sur
A further object is to minimize the operating diameter
rounding the shaft. To further support the indexing tur
of a turret of a glassware forming machine by designing
ret sleeve 23, I provide a stationary sleeve 34 having a
mechanism for invert and revert operations during trans
fer as distinguished from inversion and reversion at the 50 lower bearing 36 and an upper bearing 38 interposed be
tween the sleeves 34 and 28.
blank station, and at the same time to provide a reversion
A turret head 40 in the form of a collar is keyed to the
path for the freshly formed parison which minimizes
sleeve 28 adjacent the upper end thereof, the key being
Whip of either the top or bottom thereof and thus mini
shown at 42, and a lock nut 43 is provided to make the
mizes the effects of centrifugal force which tends to de—
form the parison from its freshly formed shape in the 55 connection more rigid and con?ne the inner race of the
bearing 38 on the sleeve 28. A lock nut 37 is also pro
blank mold, the arrangement being such that the parison
vided for the bearing 36.
is rotated top for bottom about an axis substantially mid
The turret head 4%} has three ?nish ring carrier studs
way between the upper and lower ends thereof.
44 extending horizontally and radially therefrom 120°
With these and other objects in view, my invention
consists in the construction, arrangement and combina 60 apart and a ?nish ring carrier head 59 is provided on
each to support the three ?nish rings A, B and C. The
tion of the various parts of my transfer and invert-revert
heads 5a are rotatably mounted on the studs 44 and
mechanism for glassware forming machines, whereby the
retained thereon by ?nish ring index discs 46 secured to
objects above contemplated are attained, as hereinafter
the outer ends of the studs 44 by cap screws 48.
more fully set forth, pointed out in my claims and illus
trated in detail on the accompanying drawings, wherein: 65 Each ?nish ring carrier head 5%} has a gear 52 secured
thereto which are similar but are separately identi?ed as
FIG. 1 is a plan view of a glassware forming machine
52(A), 52(B) and 52(C) to correspond to the respective
utilizing my transfer and invert-revert mechanism;
?nish ring carriers A, B and C. A stationary invert gear
FIG. 2 is an enlarged vertical sectional view thereof
sector 54 is secured to the upper end of the stationary
on the line 2-2 of FIG. 1;
FIG. 2A is a horizontal detail sectional view on the 70 shaft 216 for successive meshing coaction with the gears
52(A), 52(B) and 52(C). A collar 64 is secured by a
line 2A—2A of FIG. 2;
key 66 to the upper end of the shaft 26 and carries a pair
FIG. 3 is a horizontal sectional view on the line ‘3-3
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of :set screws 61} for holding the gear sector 54 in its proper
are connected with a suitable return (not shown) to the
rotational position yet permits slight rotational adjust
reservoir from which oil is pumped to the supply line
112 under suitable pressure. The extension of the regis
ter pin is indicated “In” in the cycle diagram of FIG. 7
ment as desired in a manner obvious from an inspection
of FIG. 2A; Lock nuts 62 are provided for the set screws
60 once they are adjusted. A stationary revert gear sec
and the retraction thereof is indicated “Out.”
7
.tor 56 is secured to the stationary sleeve 34 adjacent its
Referring to FIG. 5, each of the three ?nish ring index
upper end, also for successive meshing coaction with the
discs 46 is provided with a -pair of indexrnotches 124
three gears 52(A), 52(13) and 52(C). The gear sectors
for coaction with an index roller 128 carried by a lever
'54 and 56 have portions 61 and 63 respectivelydevoid
126. Each lever 126 is pivoted at 127 on its respective
of teeth and having a circumferential extent of about 10 ?nish ring carrier heads .50 and a spring 130 normally
240° each.
forces the roller 128 into one or the other of the notches
The gears 52 are of bevel type and so are the gear
of their respective discs 46 when the ?nish ring is either
‘sectors 54 and 56, but their teeth are mutilated as illus
in the inverted or the reverted position. Thus as any
one of the gears 52 comes to a central position such as
trated in FIG. 4, those on 52 havingv two opposite teeth
53 out about half off and two opposite teeth 55 likewise
cut about half off. The gear sectors 54 and 56 have
their end teeth cut about half off at 57 and 59 for clear
illustrated in FlG. 4 and “runs out of teeth” its index
roller
biases the carrier head to its ?nal centered
position and insures that the ?nish ring carried by the
?nish rinU carrier head is properly aligned vertically either
ance relative to the teeth 53 and 55 as will hereinafter
appear. ‘It will be noted that the teeth of the gear sec
inverted or reverted as the case may be.
tors 54 and'56 are circumferentially staggered relative 20
Each ?nish ring carrier head 51)‘ has a guide carrier
to each other, the sector 54 extending from the “Take
131 secured thereto as by cap screws 133 (FIG. 5) and
Out Station” at the top of FIG. 1 to the “Blank Station”
a guide 132 projects from opposite sides thereof. These
and the sector 56 extending from the “Blank Station” to
guides are splined and are held against rotation in the
the “Blow Station.”
guide carriers 131 by set screws 135 (FIG. 2). A pair
FIG. 4 illustrates the gear teeth as viewed when look
' of ?nish ring carriers 134 is provided on each guide 132
ing inward toward the center of the stationary shaft 26 '
and these have internally splined bosses 136 slidable and
so that the gears 52 travel toward the left and accordingly
non-rotatable on the guides 132. The carriers 134 are
52(A) will rotate clockwise on its axis during the ?rst
normally in the closed position shown at stations (1) and
.120", counterclockwise during the second 120° and will
(2) and during all three transfer periods, but at station
.remain stationary during the third 120° which represents 30 (3) they are spread apart by means such as illustrated
the fuil 360° of rotation of the turret T, and the gears
in the Yonkers application for releasing the ?nished ware
52(3) and 52(C) are likewise intermittently rotated as
and dropping it a fraction ‘of an inch on to a dead plate
the turret rotates.
14%} from which the Ware is pushed onto a take-away
For accomplishing the indexing of the turret T, I pro
vide a hydraulic indexing motor 70 (FIG. 2) of the
oscillating type with osc?lation of substantially 120°. I
conveyor
137.
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connect and disconnect this’motor with respect to the
A split ?nish or neck ring 138 is provided for and is
secured to each pair of the carriers 134. At station
(1)" parison mold carriers 14-2 are pivoted. at 143 for
indexing sleeve 28 by means of a motor shaft 72 having '
opening and closing (shown closed in FIG. 1'). A parison
a disc 74 connected by cap screws 76 to a second disc
mold 144 is carried thereby, the mold being of split type
77 having an arm 84 terminating in an index pin carrier 40 and therefore formed in two halves.’ Also at station
78. The carrier 78 is hushed at 81} for oscillation rela
'( 1) is a baffle 15%} carried by a ba?le supporting arm
tive to the stationary shaft 26 and is located within a
151 pivoted at 14-3- and also vertically slidable. A fun
drum 82 on the lower end of the indexing turret sleeve 28.
nel 152 is carried by a funnel supporting arm 154 pivoted
An index pin 86 is slidably carried in a bushing 88 of
at 156.
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the carrier 78 and is normally in the extended position
Pivoted at 147, station (2), are blow mold carriers
of FIG. '2 under the action of an index pin spring 90.
146 supporting the halves of a blow mold 160, and the
.A stop screw 92 extends from the carrier 78 and into a
mold carriers at this station together with the’ molds 169
stop slot 94 of the index pin 36 to limit the outward move- '
are shown in the open position. Suitable linkage 149
.rnent thereof under the action of the spring.
and operating arms 153 are shown for opening and’ clos
Three bushings 96 are carried by the drum 82 at 120° 50 ing the molds 144 and 160 andthe ba?le and funnel are
intervals (see FIG. 3) to receive successively the index
operatedpin substantially the same manner as shown in
pin ‘86. A hydraulic cylinder 93 is supported by the
case 21}, and a piston 191) is slidable therein. A register
pin 102 extends from the piston and is adapted to enter
any one of the three bushings 96 when they are in register
I therewith. The cylinder 98 has thereon a cylinder head
.104.
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Means is provided for actuating the piston 100 within
the Youkers application.
Practical Operation
'7 By way of general description each ?nish or neck ring
138 is caused in its turn to invert between the take-out
‘station (3) and the blank station (1). At the blank
station the parison mold 144 closes, the usual plunger
the cylinder 98 comprising an oil valve (FIG. 2), which
mechanism
(not shown), for, forming the interior of the
consists of an oil valve plunger v1136 in an oil valve cyl 60 bottle neck coacts
with the ?nish ring and the funnel 152
inder 108. The cylinder 108 is connected to a manifold
engages the mold. The gob of glass is then loaded into
110 to which anroil supply line 112 extends. An oil line 7
the. mold through the funnel. After. the funnel is re
for extending the register pin plunger 102 is illustrated
moved
the ba?le 151} closes the blank cavity and the
at’ 116 and an oil line 114 for retracting it. An oil valve
parison is formed by the» counterblow operation, all as
plunger roller 118 is carried by the plunger 106 and the
oil under pressure entering the supply pipe 112 tends to ' outlined in the cycle diagram of FIG. 7. After the forma
tion, of the parison the mechanisms mentioned in this
keep it in engagement with timer cams C1 and C2 of a
paragraph are removed in reverse order, and the ?nished
timer T. The timer shaft isrshown at 120’ and a timer
parison is reverted as it is being transferred‘ from the
rotor at 122 on which the cams C1 and C2 are rotatably
blankstation to the blow station.
,
adjustable as to the amount one overlaps the other.
Both 70
cams coact with therroller 118 and the adjustment just
mentioned is effective to change the effective'cam lobe
. length so as to adjust the timing period for the extension
The parison is indicated at P in FIG. 6', its' inverted
position (P1) is changed to -a reverted position (P13)
as illustrated, assuming the successive positions (P2
through P12) shown by dot and dash lines until the
parison
is completely reverted by which time the parison
der 108 is provided ‘with a pair of return ports 117 which 75
has arrived at blow station (2). A series of horizon
and retraction of the plunger 102. The oil valve cylin
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tally spaced dots 158 show the progression of the center
of rotation of the neck ring carrier 50 in equal time in—
tervals from 158a at station (1) to 158b at station (2)
and the corresponding position of the parison P result—
ing from the rotation of the gear 52 as it rolls
gear teeth of the reverting gear 56. It will
that the rotation of the parison is around an
stantially midway between its upper and lower
along the
be noted
axis sub
ends thus
minimizing the effect of centrifugal force tending to cause
the plastic glass to move toward the ends of the parison
and this motion results in the neck of the ware starting
slowly and gathering speed as it rotates, thus insuring
out the entire parison forming cycle so that good quality
?nishes are produced at speeds
ticipated increase in mold rates.
rings instead of one allows for
cycle i.e. ware is transferred to
commensurate with an
The use of three ?nish
a maximum overlap of
blank, blow mold and
take-out stations simultaneously. The ware also remains
in contact with the ?nish ring throughout the duration of
the cycle which has the advantage of the ware being held
in the ?nish ring while the blow molds are opening thus
eliminating the necessity of excessive swabbing to prevent
sticking, and ?nal blowing through the ring eliminates
bulged or distorted ?nishes.
Also, there is no need for
more uniform ware than in those types of machines that
equalizing air around the ?nish ring during ?nal blowing
swing the ware about an axis spaced from the parison.
This pattern of revert also results in the bottom end of
and there is a positive register of the parison in the blow
mold thus reducing the possibility of off-set ?nishes.
the parison being subjected to a decreasing rate of speed
through out its successive positions (P1 to P13).
After arriving at the blow station (2) the parison is
allowed to reheat while the bottom plate 162 is raised
Thread hang-up ware such as those used on some cosmetic
ware can be easily made on this type of machine.
the ?nished ware to the annealing lehr in the usual man
thereon, means for indexing said turret 120° at a time
to a blank station, a blow station and a take-out station,
and blank and blow molds which remain at said blank
The pattern for revert shown in FIG. 6 indicates that
there is a minimum whipping motion of the parison from
and the blow molds 160 are then closed whereupon the 20 position P1 to position P13 and since the entire transfer
time may be utilized for this reverting operation the speed
blow head (not shown) is engaged with the neck ring
of reverting is relatively slow, thus also tending to im
and the parison receives the ?nal blow to change it into
prove the ware by minimizing the action of centrifugal
?nished ware indicated W. The mechanisms at the blow
station are then removed in the reverse order and the
forces that tend to distort the parison before the blow
?nished ware W is transferred by the ?nish ring 138 from
mold is closed around it.
Some changes may be made in the construction and
the blow station to the take-out station (3).
arrangement of the parts of my transfer and invert-revert
The ?nished ware W1 (FIG. 1) is suspended over the
cooling dead plate 140 for a su?icient time to set up
mechanism without departing from the real spirit and
the glass‘ Then the dead plate is raised, the ?nish ring
purpose of my invention, and it is my intention to cover
is opened, depositing the ware on the dead plate, and
by my claims any modi?ed forms of structure or use of
the dead plate is lowered with the ware while the ?nish
mechanical equivalents which may reasonably be included
ring is closing. A double dead plate is illustrated for
within their scope.
extra cooling time, the ware Wl being ?rst transferred by
I claim as my invention:
a pusher (not shown) to the position W2 and then by
1. In a neck ring supporting and actuating structure
another pusher (not shown) to the position W3 on the 35 for a glassware forming machine having a turret, said
take-away conveyor 137. The conveyor 137 delivers
turret having a radially disposed pivot structure supported
ner.
Referring to FIG. 4 the gear 52(A) will be rotated
clockwise as soon as it starts to move in the left-hand 40
direction and the gear 52(C) will be rotated counter
and blow stations respectively; said neck ring supporting
and actuating structure being carried by said pivot struc
clockwise while the gear 52(B) will remain stationary
ture on said turret and comprising a gear on said actuat
during its next 120° of movement caused by intermittent
ing structure and a stationary gear sector to cooperate
rotation of the turret T. Thus each ?nish ring is in
therewith and located immediately adjacent said turret
verted and reverted at the proper time and remains in 45 and above said gear for rotating said neck ring on said
the reverted position between stations (2) and (3) with
actuating structure while said neck ring travels from the
proper overlap of the operations such that a complete
take-out station to the blank station to invert only said
360° rotation is provided for each of the three neck
neck ring, and a second stationary gear sector to cooper
rings about the vertical turret axis, with three separate
ate with said gear and located immediately adjacent said
deliveries of ?nished ware during complete rotation of
turret and below said gear for rotating said neck ring and
the turret as in the Yonkers application. With my ar
a parison formed at the blank station and carried by said
rangement the transfer time may be something like 86°
neck ring on a radial axis in relation to the index axis
as shown in the timing cycle chart (FIG. 7) and accord
while they travel from the blank station to the blow sta
ingly this is the time allotted for invert and likewise for
tion
to revert only said neck ring and such parison, the
revert. The chart referred to shows all the various op 55 direction of rotation corresponding to the direction of
erations performed during a complete cycle of one neck
movement of said neck ring and the parison from said
ring from 0° to 360° wherein 0° is represented by the
position of the neck ring at the time invert commences
blank station to said blow station, the neck ring support
ing and actuating structure being constructed and ar
as one neck ring leaves station (3) and revert com
ranged to substantially center said parison with respect
mences as the previous one leaves station (1). The 60 to the axis of the pivot structure, and detent means to
“transfer return” is the return stroke of the motor 70
cooperate with said neck ring supporting and actuating
after having eifected transfer. The various typical op
structure and located immediately adjacent said turret to
prevent such rotation of said neck ring and the ware
blown at the blow station while said neck ring and such
65
itself is the equivalent of the invert time between stations
ware travel from the blow station to the take-out station,
(3) and (l) and the revert time between stations (1)
said neck ring being carried by said actuating structure
and (2) with transfer, invert and revert all occurring
as closely adjacent the axis of rotation thereof on said
simultaneously.
turret as permitted by the presence of said actuating struc
My transfer and invert-revert method permits the time
interval between loading, settle-blow, vacuum-on and 70 ture itself plus said gears and sectors and said detent
means.
counter-blow to be very short since there is no time delay
2. In a three neck ring supporting and actuating struc
in waiting for various mechanical motions to transpire.
ture for a glassware forming machine having a turret, said
This allows the glass less time to remain idle in the pari
turret carrying a radially disposed pivot structure, means
son mold 144 and therefore reduces the degree of settle
wave on the ware. The vacuum may remain on through 75 for indexing said turret 120° at a time to three stations,
erations of a glass-forming machine are shown in rela
tion to the transfer time and of course the transfer time
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namely, a blank station, a blow station and a take-out sta
tion, and blank and blow molds which remain at said
blank and blow stations respectively; said neck ring sup
porting and actuating structure being carried by said pivot
structure for rotation thereabout and comprising a gear
on said actuating structure for each neck ring and a pair
of stationary gear sectors immediately adjacent said tur
ret for cooperating with said gears for rotating said neck
rings on said actuating structure while said neck rings
travel successively from the take-out station to the blank
station to invert only said neck rings, and for rotating said
neck rings and parisons formed at the blank station and
to three stations, namely, a blank station, a blow station
and a take-out station, and blank and blow molds which
remain at said blank and blow stations respectively; said
neck ring supporting and actuating structure being car
ried by said pivot structure on the turret and comprising
compact gear and gear sector. means immediately adja
cent said turret for rotating said neck rings on said actu
ating structure while said neck rings travel from the
take-out station to the blank station to invert only said
10 neck rings, and for rotating said neck rings and parisons
formed at the blank station and carried and solely sup
ported by said neck rings during revert while they travel
carried by said neck rings while they travel from the blank
station to the blow station to revert only said neck rings
from the blank station to the blow/ station to revert only
said neck rings and such ‘parisons, the direction of
and such parisons, one of said stationary gear sectors
revert being the same as ‘the direction of rotation of
being above said neck ring gears for inverting said neck
said turret and the direction of invert being opposite
rings and the other below said neck ring gears for revert
said direction of rotation of said turret, the axes of such
parisons being as close to the axis of said turret as said
gear and gear sector means will permit, and the revert
ing said neck rings and the parisons carried thereby in
a direction of rotation opposite the direction when in
verting, the gear sector for inverting having teeth mesh 20 rotation being spread to cover substantially the entire
indexing of said turret, the parison being substantially
ing with said neck ring gears only between the take-out
centered with respect to the axis of the pivot structure,
station and the blank station, said teeth being above said
whereby such parison is reverted with a minimum of
neck ring gears to cause invert in one direction, the gear
exposure to centrifugal force because of the center of
sector for reverting having teeth meshing with said neck
ring gears only between the blank station and the blow 25 rotation of said neck ring being substantially at the center
midway between the top and bottom of such parison
station, said teeth being below said neck ring gears to
cause revert in the opposite direction and in such manner
during substantially the entire indexing period and the
that a parison carried by a neck ring in substantially
neck ring is swung from below said center to above
said center and with a gradually increasing rate of speed,
V centered relationship with respect to the axis ofrthe pivot
structure is reverted on an axis at substantially the center 30 while the bottom of the parison is swung from above
said center to below said center and with a gradually
of the parison and with a relatively slow start and a fast
decreasing rate of speed.
?nish for the movement of the neck of the parison dur
ing revert, and compact means adjacent said turret to
prevent such rotation of said neck rings and the ware
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blown at the blow station while said neck rings and such 35
ware travel from the blow station to the take-out station,
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said neck rings being carried by said actuating structure
as closely adjacent the axis of rotation thereof on said
1,056,579
turret as the presence of said actuating structure itself
plus said gears, said sectors and said means to prevent
1,836,646
Crile ________ _'__' _____ __ Dec. 15, 1931
1,865,967
Schoonenberg __________ __ July 5, 1932
‘ 2,013,463
Headley et al. a. _______ __ Sept. 3, 1935
such rotation will permit.
3. Ina three neck ring supporting and actuating struc
ture for a glassware forming machine having a turret,
said turret having a radially disposed pivot structure
thereon, means for indexing said turret 120° at a time 45
2,026,225
2,111,296
2,874,516
2,918,756
Proeger _____________ _._ Mar. 18, 1913
Eckert ____; _________ __ Dec. 31,
.O’Neill ______________ __ Mar. 15,
Yonkers _____________ __ Feb. 24,
Mumford ___> _________ __Dec. 29,
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