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Numéro de publicationUS1650025 A
Type de publicationOctroi
Date de publication22 nov. 1927
Date de dépôt24 nov. 1925
Date de priorité24 nov. 1925
Numéro de publicationUS 1650025 A, US 1650025A, US-A-1650025, US1650025 A, US1650025A
InventeursMee William J, Tullis Harley A
Cessionnaire d'origineCurtis C Benedict
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Liens externes: USPTO, Cession USPTO, Espacenet
Attachment for printing presses
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Nov. 22, 1927 Filed Nov. 24, 1925 2 Sheets-Sheet l 55 16 EAL Nov. 22, 1927.

W. J. MEE ET AL ATTACHMENT FOR PRINTING PRESSES ,F1leg No2492 2,1 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Irzwmor J 772 e. Tal la's.

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Patented Nov. 22, 1 927. V v 1,650,025 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

WILLIAIII J. MEE AND'HARLEY A. TULLIS, OF HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA; SAID MEE ASSIGNOR TO CURTIS C. BENEDICT, OF LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.

.ATTACI-IMENT ron PRINTING rnnssns.

Application filed November 24, 1925. Serial No. 71,094. This invention is an improvement in or roller of the press is indicated at which printing cylinder presses. is mounted for rotation upon the frame 11, An object of the invention is to provide a. which frame carries arms 12. The jogging construction which may be embodied upon board is indicated at 13 and the paper which 5 printing cylinder presses of conventional has been printed and which is discharged construction, which will cause the printed from the press is adapted to be stacked paper as it is delivered from the press to bethereon. V come perforated, scored, slitted or crimped. On the conventional cylinder press there is Heretofore in so far as we are aware there a conveyor construction consisting of two 10 is no construction for perforating, scoring, shafts 14 and 15, the shaft 14 being rigidly slitting or crimping the paper as it is delivmounted between the arms 12, while the ered from the press. Usually the paper is shaft 15 is mounted for rotation therebefirst printed and is delivered from the press tween andfis gearedly connected, as indicated to the jogging board. If it is desired to deat 16, to the cylinder or roller 10. On the 15 form the paper, such as by perforating, scorstationary shaft 14 two or more pulleys 17 ing, etc, it is necessary to remove the paper are loosely mounted, so that they may rotate on the jogging board and feed it through a thereon, and on the rotary shaft 15 similar separate machine. This is disadvantageous pulleys 18 are rigidly secured. On the conin that it usually requires hand feeding to ventional printing press endless rubber belts 20 the machine and takes a considerable length pass over these pulleys and thus form 0011- of time. By the improved construction, veyors for conveying the printed sheet of which is in the form of an attachment for paper from the cylinder 10 to the jogging the conventional cylinder press, thissecond board. operation is eliminated, namely, of feeding The attachment consists of two side mem- 25 the paper to a perforating machine, and the bers 20 and 21, which have slots 22 extendpaper is perforated before it is completely ing upwardly therein from their bottom delivered from p the press to the jogging edges and which are adapted to receive the board. v shafts 14; and 15. Lower shafts 23 and 24 Another object of the invention is toprohave their ends rotatably mounted in these I vide an attachment for cylinder presses side members and are arranged in horizon-' which can be readily applied and which can tal alignmentbetween the slots 22. Slots'25 easily accomplish any of the above menextend downwardly in the side members 20 tioned operations, or can be disengaged enand 21 from their upper, edges and slidably tirely so that it will not deform the paper. 7 receive blocks 26 which are arranged verti- V ith the foregoing and other objects in cally above the lower shafts 23 and 24. Up view which will be made manifest in the folper shafts 27 and 28 have their ends rotatlowing detailed description and specifically ably mounted in the blocks 26 and accordpointed out in the appended claims, refer ingly are arrangedvertically above their corence is had to the accompany ng drawings responding lower shafts 23 and 24 respec- 40 for an illustrative embodiment of the inventively. The blocks 26 have threaded stems tion, wherein: p 29 secured thereto which extend through Figure 1 is a top plan view of a portion bridge pieces '30 and are provided with wing of a cylinder press on which the attachment nuts 31'and lock nuts 32, so that the blocks has been mounted, p can be raised and lowered and blocked in 45 Fig. 2 is a vertical section taken substansuch adjusted positions, thus raising or low-.

tially on the line 22 of Fig. 1, ering the shafts '27 and 28 with respect to Fig. 3 is a vertical section taken on the the lower shafts. On the shafts 23 and 27 line 3-3 of Fig. 1, which are those disposed most. adjacent the Fig. 4 is a vertical section taken-on the cylinder 10, there are arranged one or more line 4-4 of Fig. 1, and r sets of perforating or deforming rollers,

Fig. 5 is a perspective view of the attachsuch as is indicated at 33. As shown in Fig. mentl. 3 the upper rollers which are on the shaft 27 Referring to the accompanying drawings constitute the male rollers having projecwherein similar reference characters desigtions thereon so as to perforate the paper, nate similar parts throughout, t e cylinder The lower roller'which is on the shaft 23 may be considered as the female roller and is complementary to the upper roller onthe shaft 27. These rollers are preferably split so that they can be readily removed from the shafts 23 and 27 in order that other types of rollers may replace them.' It will be readily understood that the particular form of the rollers on the shafts 23 and 27 is immaterial and can be varied. While the roller is illustrated as being a perforating roller, other rollers can-be substituted, which will score, slit or crimp. Because of the fact that the rollers are'split, they are'adjustable along the length of their respective shafts, so that the perforating, scoring, slitting or crimping can take place'at any point desirable on the paper delivered from the press.

In order to prevent the paper as it passes through the deforming'rollers on the shafts 23 and 27 from curling around the upper or male roller, there is provided a plurality of guards or strippers. Two rods are mounted between the side members and 21, one of "these rods being arranged forwardly of the shafts 28 and 27, while the other rod is arranged re'arwardly of the shafts 2d and'28. The guards or strippers are indicated at and have their ends fastened to these rods. They have slots formed in them so thatthe blades of the male deforming rollers can pass through them and engage their respective female rollers. It will be readily appreciated that the paper as it is discharged or delivered from the cylinder 10 passes beneath the strippers or guards 35, and the strippers preventit from 'curling'around or rolling around with the male deforming rollers.

When thepaper passes through the deforming rollers, fibers will bestruclr out of its plane or project above surface, and it is desired to smooth down or flatten these rough projecting fibers. Consequently, on the. shafts 24. and 28 there are mounted smoothing rollers 36 and these rollers have smooth or flat. peripheral su-rfaces,'so that when they roll one upon the other with the paper passing between them, the projecting fibers will be flattened and smoothed. The guards or strippers 85 are bifurcated, as indicated at 37, so that the smoothing or flattening v rollers may. engage each other through the strippers. p

Ad acent the side n1einbers21,,the shafts 23, 27, 24 and 28 are provided with gears 38. 'The gears on the shafts 2% and 28 are adaptedto mesh with each other when the blocks 26 are in their lowered positions. In asiinilar, manner the gears 38 onthe shafts 28 and ,2'Z,.are adaptedto mesh when the blocks sesame shaft 27 are in their loweredlpo'sitions. A pinion- 89 is niounted on thesideniember 21 and meshes with the seats-e a es was hi ear a e somewhat wider or thicker than the gear 38 on the shafts 27 and'28. A pinion i is also mounted on the side member 21' and is adapted to mesh withthe gear 38 on the shaft 23. By this gear construction it will be noted that if thepini'on 4 0 is rotated,

the shafts 28 and27 willbe caused to rotate place these rubber belts by coil springs, in-

dicated at 42, which have their ends connected'and thus form an endless belt passing over these pulleys. When the attachmentis applied, it rests on the shafts 14 and 15- with the side members 20 and 21 fitting just within the arms 12. The bushings on the shaft 15 rotate within the slots 22 which receive the shaft 15, and the pinion 40 on the side member 21 meshes with the gear d1 on the shaft 15, so that the various shafts 28, 2d, 27 and 28 are driven by the shaft 15 and also the endless belts 42' are driven by the shaft 1 5. The construction of the parts is so arranged thatthe peripheral speed of the various rollers on. the shafts 24:, 27 and 2 8 is the same speed as that of the endless belts 42, so that there will be no bucklingor tearingof the paper as it passes through the attachment.

From the above described construction, it will be readily appreciated that an attaelr ni'ent for cylindrical presses is provided, wherein the paper which has been printed on the press can be perforated, scored, slit, or crirnped before it is delivered to the jogs ging board, so that all the necessary oper: tions on the paper can be accomplished on the press. Furthermore, if it is not desii' to perforate .or otherwise d'efornr the paper, the blocks 26 can beelevated, raising the shafts 27 and 28 and causing their gears to cease meshing with the gears 38 on the lower shafts; or if desired, the complete attachment can be easilyand quioklyro noved by lifting it from between" the arms 12 as by handles 13. i

It will be understood that Various changes in the detail of construction may bem'a-de without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention as defined by the appended claims.

l ve claim: V 1. An attachment ing a pairof par is: drii ii bif onthe: sha. I

comprising two side members having recesses to receive said shafts so that the side mem bers may rest thereon, two vertically aligned shafts having their ends rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary the paper as it passes over the conveyor from the printing press, and means for rotating said vertically aligned shafts.

2. An attachment for printing presses hav ing a pair of parallel shafts, one of'which is-driven by the press and having pulleys on the shafts 'over which endless beltspass constituting a conveyor, said attachment comprising two side members having recesses-to receive said shafts so that the side members may rest thereon, two vertically aligned shafts having their ends rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary paper deforming rolls mounted upon the vertically aligned shafts adapted to deform the paper as it passes over the conveyor from the printing press, said vertically aligned shafts being geared together, and means for driving them by the driven shaft of the first mentioned parallel shafts.

3. An attachment f ing a pair of parallel shafts, one of which, is driven by the press and having pulleys on the shafts over which endless belts pass constituting a conveyor, said attachment comprising two side members havlng recesses to receive said shafts so that the side members may shafts having their ends rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary,

paper deforming rolls mounted upon the vertically aligned shafts adapted to deform the paper as it passes over the conveyor from the printing press, means for rotating said vertically aligned shafts, rods connecting the side members, one rod being located in front of the vertically aligned shafts and the other behind them, and strippers having their ends connected to said rods and having intermediate portions adjacent the rolls for preventing the paper from sticking to the rolls.

l. An attachment for: printing presses having a pair of parallel shafts, one of which is driven by the press and having pulleys on the shafts over which endless belts pass constituting a conveyor, said attachment comprising two side members having recesses to receive said shafts so that the side members may rest thereon, two vertically aligned shafts having their ends rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary paper deforming rolls mounted 'upon the vertically aligned shafts adapted to deform the paper as it passes over the conveyor from the printing press, means for rotating said vertically aligned shafts, rods connecting the side members, one rod being located in front or printing presses havrest thereon, two vertically aligned of the vertically alignedshafts and the other behind them, and strippers having their ends connected to said rods and having intermediateportionsadjacent the rolls for preventing the paper from sticking to the rolls, said rolls and strippers being laterally adjust- -5. An attachment for printing presseshaving a pair of parallel shafts, one of which is drivenby the press and having" pulleys on'the shafts over which endless belts pass 3 constituting a conveyor, said attachment comprising two side members having recesses to receive said shafts so that the side'members may rest thereon,two vertically aligned shafts having their ends'rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary paper deforming rolls mounted upon' the vertically aligned shafts adapted to deform the paper as it passes over. the conveyorfrom theprinting press, a second pair of vertically aligned shafts having their ends rotatably mounted upon the side members, smoothing rolls mounted upon said second pair of shafts adapted to smooth the paper afterit passes from between the paper deforming rolls, and means for driving all of said verticallyaligned shafts.

'6. An attachment for printing presses having a pair of parallel shafts, one of which is driven by the press and having pulleys on the shafts ovenwhich endless belts pass constituting a conveyor, said attachment comprising two side; members. having recesses to receive said shaftsso that the side members may rest thereon, two vertically aligned shafts'having their ends rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary paper deforming rolls mounted upon the vertically aligned shafts adapted to deform the paper as it passes over the conveyor from the printing press, a second pair of vertically aligned shafts having their ends rotatably mounted upon the side members, smoothing rolls mounted upon said second pair of shafts adapted to smooth the paper after it passes from between the paper deforming rolls, all of said vertically aligned shafts being gearedly connected together, and means for driving them off from the vdriven shaft of the first mentioned pair of parallel shafts.

7. An attachment for printing presses having a pair of parallel shafts, one of which is driven by the press and having pulleys on the shafts over which endless belts pass constituting a conveyor, said attachment comprising two side members having recesses to receive said shafts so that the side membersmay rest thereon, two vertically aligned shafts having their ends rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary paper deforming rolls mounted upon the vertically alignedshafts adapted to deform the paper as it passes oven theconveyorfrom the printing, press,

a; second: pair of vertically aligned: shafts havingtheir, ends rot-atably mounted upon theside members, smoothing rolls mounted upon said second pair of shafts adapted to smooth the paper after'it passes from between the paper deforming rolls, means for driving. all of, said vert cally-- al gned shafts,

rods connecting the side members, one red,

being located forwardly of. the first menpair of-vertically aligned shafts, andstrippers having their ends fastened to said rods andhaving openings therethrough through wh ch the rollsimay. engage each other, sa d, strippers serv ng to prevent the paper from:

sticking to the rolls.

8 attachment for printing presses, having; a pair of; parallel shafts, one of Whichis driven by the press and having pulleys on the shafts, over which endless belts pass constituting a conveyor, said attaehment comprising. two side members having-recesses toreceive said shafts, so that the side members may rest thereon, tWo vertical- 1y aligned shaftsv having their ends rotatably mounted upon said side members, complementary paper deforming rolls mounted upon the vertically aligned shafts adapted; to deform the paper as, it passes over-the conveyor from the printing press, a second;v pair of vertically aligned shafts having them ends rotatably mounted upon the side menr bers, smoothing. rolls mounted upon said second pair of shafts adapted to. smooth the.

paper after it passes from betweenthe paper I deforming r0 s, means for. driving. all of said vertically aligned shafts, rods connect-Q ing the side members, o1 1 e rod being located.

forwardly of the first mentioned pairof vertically aligned shafts and-the O'tl'lQla'bQ-i to -therolls, said rolls and strippersbeing shafts, sinoothin rollsmounted on the other pair, offverticallyaligned shafts, means for rotating saidfverticallvaligned shafts, rods connecting. the side members, and strippers having .thei-rendsconnected to said rods andhaving openings therethrough' through which the rolls mayengage each; other.

.10, An attachment fon printi11g' presses comprisingtuioside members,two pairs of.

vertically aligned shafts rotatablyrmounted between the side members, one shaft of each pair being adjustable, paper deforming-rolls mounted upon one pair. of'vertically aligned shafts, smoothing rolls mounted on the other pair-of vertically aligned shafts, means for rotating said. vertically aligned shafts, rods connecting the side members, and strippers having. their. ends connected to said rods and,

having. openings therethrough through \vhichthe rolls may engage each other, said rolls and strippers being laterally adjust able.

testimony whereof We have signed our names to, this specification.

' WILLIAM J. MEE.

HARLEY A. TULLIS;

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Classifications
Classification aux États-Unis101/227, 493/322, 493/365, 493/324, 270/21.1
Classification internationaleB41G7/00
Classification coopérativeB41G7/00
Classification européenneB41G7/00