EP1072436B1 - Device for grinding the backs of book blocks in a casing-in machine - Google Patents

Device for grinding the backs of book blocks in a casing-in machine Download PDF

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EP1072436B1
EP1072436B1 EP19990810661 EP99810661A EP1072436B1 EP 1072436 B1 EP1072436 B1 EP 1072436B1 EP 19990810661 EP19990810661 EP 19990810661 EP 99810661 A EP99810661 A EP 99810661A EP 1072436 B1 EP1072436 B1 EP 1072436B1
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    • B42C11/04Machines or equipment for casing-in or applying covers to books

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The invention relates to a device for driving a Book cover on the glued outer surfaces of in a book block hanging machine book blocks to be hung in book covers from two opposing in a rubbing area, one cover each of the book cover to a glued one Outside surface of a saddle plate moved vertically upwards of a circulating conveyor moving book block pressing rollers of a drive connected to the conveyor controlled grinder.

The setting of the rubbing device for the transported book block is in a book hanging machine, like for example in EP-A-0 198 201 and DE-A-37 13 896 is associated with a time-consuming workload and only possible with the machine stopped. This is the drive of the grinder from the main drive to release the grinder rollers to the width of a conveyed on a saddle plate Align book blocks.

It is well known that book block hook-in machines can do more than one pair of grinding rollers have in a grinder, the foremost in the conveying direction of the book blocks respectively. the pair of grinding rollers that first act on a book block is set on the book block and the downstream Grinding roller pair only has a grating function.

To avoid the manual disadvantages Adjustment work for a precise rubbing process has started the invention has the object in a device of to take constructive precautions described at the beginning, with which the mentioned when aligning the grinder Circumstances are largely remedied.

According to the invention, this object is achieved in that Drive connection between conveyor and grinder for continuously changing the relative position between saddle plates and position of the grinder adjustable traction mechanism is arranged.

In an advantageous embodiment of the device the traction mechanism through a rotating traction device - such as Chain or toothed belt - with the conveyor on the one hand and grinder on the other hand drive-connected, which is as a simple installation measure even with an existing machine concept proves.

In a preferred embodiment, the drive resp. Output shafts of the conveyor and the grinder revolving traction means two sections, each one stationary pair of two laterally spaced rollers Deflected pulleys and one between the pulleys of the Pair of rollers, with these forming an open loop section, on a slide adjustable in a guide arrangement freely rotatably mounted control roller are circulating.

Alternatively, the drive or. Output shafts of the conveyor and the traction device rotating traction means are formed by two sections, each of which forms an open loop section around a deflection pulley which is fixedly mounted between two laterally spaced control rollers of a pair of rollers, and which is guided in a freely rotatable manner on a pair of rollers which can be adjusted in a guide arrangement.
The two embodiments of the traction means guide do not differ in their effect, whereas the latter embodiment requires a slide which is larger in terms of size.

In addition, it would be possible to use the roller pairs as with one Complement the pulley system with additional rollers so that the adjustment process the slider can be adjusted further reduced could.

The slide is advantageously vertical in the guide arrangement to one running through the axes of rotation of a pair of rollers Level adjustable so that symmetrical relationships arise.

It is useful to simplify the attachment trained to accommodate the slide guide assembly connected to a frame of the book block hanging machine.

The slide can be connected to the drive by hand or with a controllable motor be, the drive mechanically or by a linear drive can take place.

It proves to be advantageous if the slide on the respectively. Side facing away from a motor or roller manually driven spindle has screwed threaded bushes, making it compact and easily accessible can arise.

For presetting the slide and tensioning the traction mechanism it is advantageous if the control roles resp. Role pairs each at least one on the slide in the direction of its movement removable clamping plate are stored.

The invention is subsequently explained with reference to the drawing, to which reference is made with regard to all details not mentioned in the description, using an exemplary embodiment. The drawing shows:

Fig. 1
a schematically shown rubbing device in a book block hanging machine,
Fig. 2
an excerpt cross-section through the conveyor of a book block hanging machine before, respectively. in the rubbing area of the rubbing device,
Fig. 3
a view of the traction mechanism of the device and
Fig. 4
3 shows a cross section of the traction mechanism transmission according to line IV-IV in FIG. 3.

1 shows a device 1 for rubbing a book cover (not visible) on a book block glued on the outer sides, which is transported on a vertical section by means of conveyors 3 on a saddle plate 4 through the effective area of a rubbing device 5. The conveyor 3 has a drive wheel 7 fastened to a drive shaft 6 and three freely rotatable deflection wheels 8, on which a traction element 9, for example a chain or toothed belt, rotates. The saddle plates 4 fastened to the traction element 9 assume a constant position on their movement path in every position and have a horizontal upper edge 10. On the edge 10 of the saddle plate 4, the saddle plate 4 is loaded from the side with a book block prepared for hanging in a book cover, which then sits astride the saddle plate 4. For this purpose, the book blocks 2 with the open front edge directed downward in the direction of arrow B via a book block divider (not shown) which spreads the book blocks in the middle, are brought into a receiving position of the conveyor 3, where they move from the bottom up into the book block 2 immersing saddle plates 4 are taken over.
For the time being, the book blocks 2 suspended on the saddle plates 4 pass through a glue application area (not shown), where glue is applied to their two outer sides by a glue application device.
Before a side-glued book block 2, the grater 5 arranged above the gluing device. When the rubbing station is reached, a book cover 12 is fed from one side, perpendicular to the upward movement path of the book block 2, in such a way that it comes to lie evenly distributed on the book block back 14 or the saddle plate 4. This situation is shown in FIG. 2, where a book block 2 rounded on the back has just reached the starting position for rubbing a rounded book cover 12. This is on both sides of the saddle plate 4 on a blanket support 13. The continuously rotating saddle plates 4 of the conveyor 3 bring the book block back 14 with the book cover 12 on the rounded back insert 15 into approximation or. in contact. The grinder 5 then starts up at the same speed as the conveyor 3.
The distance between the book block back 14 and the back insert 15 of the book cover 12 can be chosen so that the book block 2 is more or less immersed in the book cover 12 when the rubbing device is started.
Thereupon, the rubbing device 5 is reversed in the opposite direction, so that the rubbing rollers, while the covers 18, 19 are lifted from the cover supports 13 and pivoted downwards, the book cover 12 over the mushroom-shaped notch and the covers 18, 19 on the glued book blocks 2 rub by rolling the grinding rollers 16, 17. For this purpose, the rub-off rollers 16, 17 are supported laterally in a resilient manner in order to be able to overcome the mushroom-shaped display without damage.
Due to the variable shoulder dimension X, the distance between the book block spine 14 and the fold 21 caused by the mushroom-shaped pressing, the movements of the rubbing device 5 are to be adapted to the different cross-sectional shapes in the area of the book block spine.

Even with a straight book block or Book spine is on the proceed in the same way.

The driving of the grinder 5 takes place via a lever gear 22 connected to the drive shaft 6 of the conveyor 3. According to FIG. 1, this has a shaft 23 on which a drive wheel 24 of the lever gear 22 and a rotating control member forming a control path and actuating a control lever 67 25 is attached. The free end of a lever arm 26 bears against the control member 25 by means of a control roller, which is firmly connected to a lever arm 28 arranged on the opposite side of its pivot axis 27, forming a control lever 67. At the free end of the lever arm 28, a connecting rod 29 is articulated, which is connected at the other end to one end of a rocker 30. Opposite to the pivot axis 31 of the rocker 30, this is coupled via a link 32 to a support frame 33 of the grinder 5. The grinder rollers 16, 17 are mounted in the support frame 33.
The drive shaft 6 of the conveyor 3 and shaft 22 of the lever gear 22 are connected by a traction mechanism gear 34 shown as a "black box", which is shown in detail in FIGS. 3 and 4. Instead of an arduous adjustment of the control member 25 on the shaft 23, by using the traction mechanism 34 or by a servo control between the drive shaft 6 of the conveyor 3 and the shaft 23 of the lever gear 22, an angle of rotation change which can be set at a standstill or while running can be carried out.
The drive connection between the drive shaft 6 of the conveyor 3 and the drive wheel 24 on the shaft 23 takes place via a traction means 35, for example a chain or a toothed belt. By rounding a book block spine 2, the shape of the mushroom-like notch and the distance of the fold from the book block spine is determined or the back shape is claimed when using a book. It is therefore important that the movements of the grinding rollers of a grinding device can be optimally adapted to different cross-sections in the spine area and changed positions of the fold.

3 and 4 show a possible embodiment of a traction mechanism gear 34 connected to the drive connection between the conveyor 3 and the grinder (see also FIG. 1). A toothed belt wheel 7 seated on the drive shaft 6 of the conveyor 3 is partially wrapped around by the traction mechanism 35 and drive-connected to a toothed belt wheel 24 fastened to the shaft 23 of the lever gear 22 of the grinding device 5. The shafts 6 and 23 divide the traction means 35 into two sections 36, 37, each of which is assigned a stationary pair of rollers comprising spaced deflection rollers 38, 39 or 40, 41 and an adjustable control roller 42, 43 arranged between them. Between the deflection 38 to 41 respectively. Control rollers 42, 43 form the sections 36, 37 of the traction means 35, opposite open loop sections 44, 45, the length of which changes due to the adjustable control rollers 42, 43, respectively.
By changing the length of the sections 36, 37 of the traction means 35, a stepless phase shift can be made between the clock-linked shafts 6, 23, which optimally adjusts and adjusts the grinder rollers 16, 17 of the grinder 5 to the mushroom-shaped cross-sectional shape in the book block spine area even during the run allowed. Explained on the basis of the directional arrows A, B in FIG. 3, when the slide 46 is actuated by the threaded spindle 47 in the direction X +, the traction element section 36 is lengthened or the traction element section 37 is shortened, which results in a phase shift between the angles of rotation on the shaft 23 and the drive shaft 6 causes. An actuation of the slider 46 in the opposite direction X-creates an opposite phase shift between the drive shaft 6 and shaft 23.
A phase shift could also be implemented with electrical shafts on the drive shaft 6 and / or shaft 23, but this currently appears to be uneconomical.
Of course, in the device according to the invention, the traction means sections 36, 37 could also be guided over the outer circumferential section of the deflecting rollers 38 to 41, so that the loop sections formed by the control rollers 42, 43 have open ends facing away from one another, as a result of which the control rollers 42, 43 closer, the pairs of rollers 38, 39; 40, 41 are spaced further apart. All rollers 38 to 41 are freely rotatable, the deflection rollers 38 to 41 on a plate 48 which is fixedly connected to the frame (not visible) of the book block inserting machine and the control rollers 42, 43 on a plate perpendicular to one through the axes of a pair of deflection rollers 38, 39 or 40, 41 extending plane movable slide 46 are mounted. On the side of the plate 48 facing away from the rollers 38 to 41, two parallel guide rods 49, on which the slide 46 is moved, are fastened to the plate 48 on both sides of the longitudinal central axis of the slide 46. For this purpose, the slide 46 has two supports 52, which each have a bearing bush 51 passing through a recess 50 in the plate 48, forming a driver 53, into which the threaded spindle 47 projects, which at the other end has a chain wheel 55 which is connected to a geared motor 54. The threaded spindle 47 is mounted in a support 56 fastened to the plate 48 and the geared motor 54 is fastened to a holder 57 connected to the plate 48. To adjust or readjust. Tensioning the traction means 35 designed as a toothed belt, the control rollers are each mounted on clamping plates 58, 59, which can be displaced and locked in the direction of movement of the slide 46. For this purpose, the control rollers 42, 43 are attached to a bearing pin 61 fastened by means of screw 60 to the clamping plate 58, 59, on which two grooved ball bearings 62 are seated for mounting the toothed belt wheel 42, 43.
The toothed belt 35 is tensioned by a tensioning screw 63, which abuts the head on the inner end face of the tensioning plate 58, 59 in the direction of movement and is adjustably screwed in a beam 64 fastened to the slide 46 between the tensioning plates 58, 59. The clamping plates 58, 59 each have four guide slots 65, which are penetrated by a locking screw 66 fastened in the slide 46 and provided with a washer under the screw head.

In the sense of a space-saving arrangement of the traction mechanism 34 between drive shaft 6 of conveyor 3 and shaft 23 of the lever gear 22 for the grinder 5 in an existing Book block hanging machine is another fixed one Deflection roller 68 provided.

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  1. Device (1) for grinding a book case (12) on the sized outer surfaces of book blocks (2) for incorporation into book cases (12) in a casing-in machine, comprising two grinding rollers (16, 17) which are part of a grinding machine (5) controlled so as to be propulsively linked to a rotating conveyor (3), said rollers being situated opposite one another in a grinding zone and each pressing a cover (18, 19) of the book case (12) onto a sized outer surface of a book block (2) being propelled along on a saddle plate (4) which is being moved vertically upwards and forms part of the conveyor (3), characterised in that arranged in the propulsion linkage between the conveyor (3) and the grinding machine (5) is a traction transmission unit (34) which is adjustable so as to continuously vary the relative position between the saddle plates (4) and the position of the grinding machine (5).
  2. Device according to claim 1, characterised in that the traction transmission unit (34) is propulsively linked by a revolving traction mechanism with, on the one hand, a driveshaft (6) for the conveyor (3) and, on the other, a shaft (23) assigned to drive the grinding machine (5).
  3. Device according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the shaft (23) is linked to the grinding machine (5) via a controlled lever transmission unit (22).
  4. Device according to any of claims 1 to 3, characterised in that the traction mechanism (35) which revolves around a respective input and output shaft (6) for the conveyor (3) and the grinding machine (5) is constituted by two sections (36, 37), each of which is diverted around a fixedly mounted pair of spaced diverting rollers (38, 39; 40, 41) and positioned so as to revolve around a control roller (42, 43) mounted so as to be freely rotatable on a slider (46) which is adjustable in a guide assembly, between the diverting rollers (39, 39; 40, 41) of the pair of rollers, and forming with said diverting rollers an open loop section (44, 45) of the traction mechanism (35).
  5. Device according to any of claims 1 to 3, characterised in that the traction mechanism (35) revolving around an input and output shaft (6) respectively of the conveyor (3) and of the grinding machine (5) is formed by two sections which are in each case positioned so as to revolve around a diverting roller fixedly mounted between two spaced control rollers of a pair of rollers, forming an open loop section, and mounted so as to be freely rotatable on a slider which is adjustable in a guide assembly.
  6. Device according to claim 4 or 5, characterised in that the sections (36, 37) of the traction mechanism (35) are configured between the diverting rollers (38, 39; 40, 41) and the control rollers (42, 43) as open loop sections (44, 45) whose length can be varied by adjusting the position of the slider (46).
  7. Device according to claim 6, characterised in that the slider (46) can be adjusted in the guide assembly perpendicularly to a plane running through the rotation axes of a pair of rollers (38, 39; 40, 41).
  8. Device according to any of claims 4 to 7, characterised in that the guide assembly configured to receive the slider (46) is connected to a frame of the casing-in machine.
  9. Device according to any of claims 4 to 8, characterised in that the slider is propulsively linked to a controllable motor (54).
  10. Device according to claim 9, characterised in that on the side furthest respectively from the diverting rollers (38 to 41) and the control rollers (42, 43) the slider (46) incorporates a threaded bush bolted to a motorised threaded spindle (47).
  11. Device according to any of claims 4 to 10, characterised in that the diverting rollers (38 to 41) and roller pairs, respectively, are in each case mounted on at least one tensioning plate (58, 59) which to set the position of the slider (46) and/or tension the traction mechanism (35) is mounted on the slider (46) so as to move in the latter's direction of travel.
  12. Device according to any of claims 1 to 11, wherein seen in the direction in which the book block (2) advances, the grinding machine (5) incorporates at least two spaced pairs of grinding rollers (16, 17), characterised in that the frontmost pair of grinding rollers (16, 17) in the direction in which the book block (2) advances is provided so as to vary the relative position between a saddle plate (4) and the grinding machine (5).
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ES99810661T ES2211019T3 (en) 1999-07-22 1999-07-22 Device for applying by friction a cover on the excellent surfaces of booked blocks to which they should be applied covered in an application machine of covers in book blocks.
DK99810661T DK1072436T3 (en) 1999-07-22 1999-07-22 Device for ironing a bookbinder at the glued outer surfaces of bookblocks to be hung on a bookbinder in a bookblock hanging machine
DE1999507631 DE59907631D1 (en) 1999-07-22 1999-07-22 Device for rubbing a book cover on the glued outer surfaces of book blocks to be hung in book covers in a book block hanging machine
EP19990810661 EP1072436B1 (en) 1999-07-22 1999-07-22 Device for grinding the backs of book blocks in a casing-in machine
AT99810661T AT253466T (en) 1999-07-22 1999-07-22 Device for driving a book cover on the glued external surfaces of book blocks to be hanged into a book block hanging machine in book covers
US09/604,030 US6186721B1 (en) 1999-07-22 2000-06-27 Device for pressing a book cover onto the adhesive-coated outer surfaces of inner books to be inset into book covers by means of an insetting machine
CNB001216619A CN1174868C (en) 1999-07-22 2000-07-21 Equipment for stitching cover of book on glued external surface of book block
JP2000221558A JP5048893B2 (en) 1999-07-22 2000-07-21 Device for rubbing the cover to the glued outer surface of the book block that is bound to the cover in the book block binding device

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