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US1016682A US37049807A US1907370498A US1016682A US 1016682 A US1016682 A US 1016682A US 37049807 A US37049807 A US 37049807A US 1907370498 A US1907370498 A US 1907370498A US 1016682 A US1016682 A US 1016682A
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  • Toallivhom 1f- may concern n n n ⁇ l ⁇ rvff'Be .fitknow-n ⁇ that I. BENJaMiN Dfi'Te VFA'XSLOW, otifthe city of..L0s Aiigeles,.in the "tl-ounty of Losr'Angeles. inI thecState ofy Calit'""'fo1"nia.r have invented anew. or Improved dietary Printing-Machine.
  • n'e'yv or improved rotary printing inachih'e constituting lnypresent invention is ⁇ n'iore especially adapted -for printing letters.
  • Fig. l1,v is a. perspectir v ieiv of a vportion ot' one of the barsl or strips.psho ⁇ ving the V-sha1 ⁇ iedgroove on one. snleand :the corresponding V ⁇ shaped projections on the other side, with which the types engage when set in the spaces between thenrin the Iprinting cylinder.
  • Fig.' 1Q is a perspective view of a type having ⁇ a groove on :one 'side fitting against the V-shaped projectionononeotthe bars. and fiat on 4theopposite side.
  • my nenv or improved printing machine consists of the frame A, eoustructedof eastfiron. ln suitable bearings'in the vtyvo upright side portions vof the tra-me of this machine. there is carried the axisB. of the printingr cylinder C. *.
  • the type holder L is held by hand againstthe end O, of the type hold- .opening outward so as to insure the correct placing'of the type holder 4N, against the ends of any paii ⁇ ofthe bars J, or K.
  • the type cylinder C has the greater part of its surface fitted with the bars. J, and
  • the printing ribbonS 'extends from one of the vprinting -rollers R, around and over the entire-portion ofthe surface of the types inthe print-- ing cylinder C, to the other printing ribbon roller R, so that when the type cylinder,
  • V marked V,.whereon an electro-type, copper plate, or other engraved or printing surface, V, such as that constiyt-uting a letter 'head to be printed as the lieading'ofcirculars, letters, or analogous documents, is carried.
  • This portion V is remoyable and changeable as required from 'time totime, being fastened to the portion V, by nieans of screws or 'other convenient f 'attachment- V2, as showi'i at Fig.4 2.
  • the longitudinal ink well lV In the .contains printing ink indicated by hori- ⁇ upper ,”part .of the frame A, of the machine, there is carried the longitudinal ink well lV, Figs., 1, 8, and 4. Assh'cwn by Fig. 4, wherein the ink well iV, is in section., it
  • the inking roller Y is that part of the machine which applies ink to that partof the printing surface inarked'V, in Figs. 2', and
  • the axis of the inking roller Y,- is carried in vertically slidable bearings Yin the upper ends of the standards of the fraine A, and they are pressed downward by means of spiral springs Z, acting upon the bearing blocks Y', so that the flanges a, one at each end of the inkiiig roller Y, are pressed down upon the cylindrical ends b, b, of the printing cylinder C, by which arrangement the surface of the cylinder Y, is kept out of contact with the ⁇ printing ribbon S, during the passage of that portion of the rotation of the printing cylinder G,- and inking ribbon S, beneath the inking roller Y.
  • the pressure of the l springs Z is obtained by means -of the plate Z', compressing the springs Z, by means of the screws Z2, screwed into tapped holes in I the upper ends of the framing A.
  • This separation of 'the inking roller Y, from the surface S, of the inking ribbon during such portion of the rotation of the printing -cylinder, is shown in diagram Figs. 7, and 9, whileV when that portion V, which contains ⁇ the letter head, .or equivalent electro-type.
  • the inking ribbon S becomes wound off oneof 4the inking, ribbon rollers R, andvon lto, the other'inking ribbon' roller R, each time that one vof the pinions T, engages with the toothed rack U, it, follows, that the -continuance'ot1 the printing operation will roll the printing .ribbon S, ott one of the rollers R, and wind it on to the opposite n roller.
  • this condition of the printing ribbon S has been reached it. becomes'necessary.
  • the part marked 7e represents.in section thatiportion of one end oi' theprinting cylinder -wlierein the toot-hed pinion .,r fastened slidably upon the square end of the inking ribbon roller is carried.
  • the types land space blocks are held in' between the strips' J, and K, by means of plugs of india rubber, or other sufficiently hard and elastic material, pressed into those por-tions of the 'spaces'beyond the end of each row Aof type, and. in Fig. 2, the sheetvof paper z', is shown as being discharged from between the pressure roller c, and the inking l:with what is known as single spacino, double u l u n o u v spacing and treble spacing in-typewrit-ing,
  • a Vmachine for printing imitation typewritten letters and the like in which various portions of each letter are printed by a single impression the combination with a rotatable drum, means carried by a portion of the periphery of said drum for securing a portion of a form thereon, a pair 'of ribbon spools located in the drum ateach end of said lforni-carrying portion whereby an inking ribbon may be edvover said form-carry'- located on the periphery of the drum be tween the ends of the first mentioned forincarrying portion', inking means for supply-4 ing ink to the second mentioned form-carrying portion and impression means cooperate ing with said form.
  • the lCombination with a rotatable drum of a plurality of bars mounted on the periphery of the drum and extending parallel to each other and to' the .axis of the drum, said bars being adapted to hold type in the periphery of thedrum to form a portion ofa form, means for feeding anink ribbon over said type, a second formcarrying portion located on the periphery of. the drum between the ends of the first mentioned form-carrying portion, inking means for supplying'ink to the second mentioned form-carrying portion and impression means coperatlng with sald form.
  • a stationary rack adapted to be engaged by the gears when in one of their positions of movement but not in th-e other position, and impression means coperating with said form.

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B. 0. FANSLJW. ROTARY PRINTING MACHINE.
APPLICATION FILED APR.26, 1907.
1,016,682., l Patented Fe,b.6,1912.
' 4 SHEETS-SHEET 1.
Patented Feb. 6, 1912.
4 SHEETS-SHEET 2.
B. 0. FANSLOW. ROTARY PRINTING MACHINE.
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APPLICATION FILED APR. 26, 1.907.
l `1s. o. FANsLoW. RTARY PRINTING MACHINE. APPLICATION FILED APE.26, 1907.
'Patented Fb. 6, 1912.
4 SHEETS-SHEET 3.
TTRVEY l' i H n.ofFANsLoW. ROTARY PRINTING MACHINE.
APPLIUATION FILED APILRG, 1907* 1,016,682. i Pmm Feb. 6,3912.
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Toallivhom 1f-may concern n n n `l`rvff'Be .fitknow-n` that I. BENJaMiN Dfi'Te VFA'XSLOW, otifthe city of..L0s Aiigeles,.in the "tl-ounty of Losr'Angeles. inI thecState ofy Calit'""'fo1"nia.r have invented anew. or Improved dietary Printing-Machine. of which the-fob loiviiigis kawtnlhxclear, and exact specification",` i'eferenceiffbeing.had tothe annexed y nge and to @the-figures *and letters ""ma1'tlted thereoi'i.`Y r
, "Th," n'e'yv or improved rotary printing inachih'e constituting lnypresent invention is `n'iore especially adapted -for printing letters. "circulars," or "sini-ilar f documents, vwhereiny several copies are-required. and is ofathe. "typelnhere'in an'inking ribbon usedoi, A .eonyeyingthe' yimpressions .ot t-heftyp'e 0i.'` 'otherprintil'ig surface to the -paperor other fabric to;be"'pr inted uponandl the ,electro-4, ZO'Jtyp'e", .engraved ""platego'rtheir analogue is Vusefdfor rvprintingthe letterhead, bill head. iforf'ivts equivalenti uion thel upper part ot'l the'sheets offpaperto'be printed.y f 'wff `Upoii'ftl'ie annexed drawings Figure l. is 2a"front elev'ati'oni-'ofmy improved printing machine ywherein 'a portion of the inking ribbon is lshoxvn'broken out inI order` tol exo hibit `the`type"in Athe grooves `ot the cyl.
. in'derl wherein theyjare carried, -a'nd wherein the inking' ribbon fis carried v'and operated fas-'hereinafter described-` Fig. 2. isan ele# yta'iti'n' ofthere'ar ofthe said machine. Fig.
` 3,fisan`end ellevation'of' my .newv or improved i machine"corresponding;to Figs.' l. and 35,.' isra` vertical transi'erse section upon thegline Z. 7,"Fig- "1. ;Fi"`g.'5."isan enlarged.`
f section of a portion vorsegment-of the typel carrying cylinder, ofthe-bars carried in @longitudinal fslots 'in saidcylinder, 'and ot i .4Q thejtypes themselves wherein 1t is shown l thaty .thehafrs partitions for carryingthev .f -types ivhilev heldin parallel or equi-distantslotfsinthefcircumference 1of the printing `cylindergare `:forrr'iefd withI V-'shap'ed projecg'tionsso. as to` hold the` types securely in and -betyyeenthessafid bars, fFig.. G. is adetail,
partly section'. ofthe' mealvis'fo'r engaging', and dis-engagingfone of the'i'nlting ribbon" rollershwith .the toothed quadrant by which he Winding on andxvinding-o' of the print-i as to supply fresh surfaces f 'b'bn ,to the/type is effected. u Figs.` 8; arezdiagrams hereinafterf -..and
h y l l y i nos l\Aittiriliias". ,ckLine-Rm n :,.AssIGNMnNTs 'roJonN'r MAHLSTEDT. or LosANGEnSES,.QALIFQRlytta.
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.QEFLICE .-f' .f if. AssIeNoR. BY.,
Letters latent.vv y6, 1912.
Application aieiciinrii ee. "19er, serial NQ. 310.498.
o ytive yie\vv of a? portioxii of the printing cylv inder showing tyio 'oit the bars entered into the longitudinal slots thereof. between 4)rhich 'the types to be held in thel spaces'between ythe barsare-shoyvn heilig passed from( tlie'ltype holder. "Figal l1,v is a. perspectir v ieiv of a vportion ot' one of the barsl or strips.psho\ving the V-sha1`iedgroove on one. snleand :the corresponding V`shaped projections on the other side, with which the types engage when set in the spaces between thenrin the Iprinting cylinder. Fig.' 1Q, is a perspective view of a type having` a groove on :one 'side fitting against the V-shaped projectionononeotthe bars. and fiat on 4theopposite side.
Asshoiyn by Figs. l. 2, 3, and 4,.'of the annexed drawings. my nenv or improved printing machine consists of the frame A, eoustructedof eastfiron. ln suitable bearings'in the vtyvo upright side portions vof the tra-me of this machine. there is carried the axisB. of the printingr cylinder C. *.Upon
one-.end of this` axis there is mounted a toothed pinion D. into which nears another ytoothed.pinion E, fastened `upon the rotatable central portion F, 'ot Vthel crankiha'ndle lliefpinion aud-cranklhandle G, are mounted upon a stationary "stud G',
Figs. 1,2. and By turning*` the crankrhandie G. it. is ohviouslthat the printing cylinder C. is caused to rotate upon its axis by reason ofthe spurpinion E. gearing with a,
spur pinion D. z The'y surface lof the printing cylinder ("L as shoxvnby the enlarged perspectiye rien' Fi'g.'j1Q.'has cut in it 'ay series of eqnifdistantparallel .grooves H, Hl Whereinto "the typeholding bars, one`of which is shown al' Fig. 11,.; are, "fastened These grooves Tlf. e.\:tendv across the entire length ofl the printingrpr type cylinderl C, and the types I. Fig. 1Q. are set in each groove or space inthe printingcylinder C, formed between any tivo of the bars J, `andILby heingilslid )lengthwise from a type holder L. .intofach ot the grooves as required, that i`s t o say, thetypes from the typey holder L, iar-e 'pressed endyvise, into the 'grooves between `any pair oibalsfl, or K, and ale held securely in the grooves thusformed in the type cylinderb'y7 means of the notches M,in the side of ythe types, engaging witlfrrt'liey projections N. inv the face` or faces of theV hars" as is more fully described-f1Figgl'Oi is a` perspectype is being setfinto the groovesforined by shown at Fig. 10.
the'bars J, and K, the type holder L, is held by hand againstthe end O, of the type hold- .opening outward so as to insure the correct placing'of the type holder 4N, against the ends of any paii` ofthe bars J, or K.
The type cylinder C, has the greater part of its surface fitted with the bars. J, and
K,'\in order to receive such number of lines of .type as may be necessary for printingl any circular, letter or other document which y a machine of the kind constituting my present invention i's'inore especially adapted to print. Between the ends of that part' of the surface of the type cylinder C, wherein the 4types are carried, and as' more especially shown at Fig. 4, two rollers R, R, upon which 'portions of the printing ribbon S, are wound, are carried, one end of each of theserollers R, having a toothed pinion T,
'securely fastened thereon. yThe printing ribbonS, 'extends from one of the vprinting -rollers R, around and over the entire-portion ofthe surface of the types inthe print-- ing cylinder C, to the other printing ribbon roller R, so that when the type cylinder,
isset with type, the type or printing sur- Lface is completely covered over by. the inking ribbon S. `In the lower part of one side of the frame A, there is situated a circular toothed rack U, as shown in dotted lines in Fig. 3, and in end .elevation at Fig. 2. On that portion of the printing cylinder C, between tlie two recesses wherein the'inking ribbon rollers R, R, are carried, there is' contained a' portion more especially shown 1n section in Fig. 4, marked V,.whereon an electro-type, copper plate, or other engraved or printing surface, V, such as that constiyt-uting a letter 'head to be printed as the lieading'ofcirculars, letters, or analogous documents, is carried. This portion V, is remoyable and changeable as required from 'time totime, being fastened to the portion V, by nieans of screws or 'other convenient f 'attachment- V2, as showi'i at Fig.4 2. In the .contains printing ink indicated by hori-` upper ,"part .of the frame A, of the machine, there is carried the longitudinal ink well lV, Figs., 1, 8, and 4. Assh'cwn by Fig. 4, wherein the ink well iV, is in section., it
z ontal dotted lines, and with an opening in the bottom through which the strip of felt X, passes, and protrudes against the surfaceof the inking'vroller Y.l The strip of felt X, being retained inthe4 inking well lV, by means of the folding over .upon itself `of' itsau per part as shown in Fig. Il.. The
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Width of'the opening through. which the strip of felt j passesfis 'narrow enough to prevent the stripof felt from falling through such opening, while allowing suiiicient freedoin ofthe holding of the felt to enable ink to pass from the well lV, through the felt Aas afeeder to the inking roller Y. The inking roller Y, is that part of the machine which applies ink to that partof the printing surface inarked'V, in Figs. 2', and
4, carried upon the portion V, ofthe print ing cylinder. The axis of the inking roller Y,-is carried in vertically slidable bearings Yin the upper ends of the standards of the fraine A, and they are pressed downward by means of spiral springs Z, acting upon the bearing blocks Y', so that the flanges a, one at each end of the inkiiig roller Y, are pressed down upon the cylindrical ends b, b, of the printing cylinder C, by which arrangement the surface of the cylinder Y, is kept out of contact with the `printing ribbon S, during the passage of that portion of the rotation of the printing cylinder G,- and inking ribbon S, beneath the inking roller Y. The pressure of the l springs Z, is obtained by means -of the plate Z', compressing the springs Z, by means of the screws Z2, screwed into tapped holes in I the upper ends of the framing A. This separation of 'the inking roller Y, from the surface S, of the inking ribbon during such portion of the rotation of the printing -cylinder, is shown in diagram Figs. 7, and 9, whileV when that portion V, which contains `the letter head, .or equivalent electro-type.
wood cut or engraved matter being situated S, carried upon rollers R. R, when passing between the two ends` of the inking ribbon -V beneath .the inking roller Y` enablesthe inking roller Y, to be pressed down into the re-,`
cesses wherein theinking ribbon rollers 'R,
are carried, and to make contact of the in'king surface of the roller Y, with that pori-.;v tion of the surface V, whereon the letter head, bill head or other. permanent part of the printing surface is contained, by which arrangement thisA portion V. of the printing surface receives its ink'dir'ect from the roller Y, and all the other part of the surface to be prin'ted receives its ink from the inking ribbon S. Beneath the printingcylinder C, and also beneath the inking ribbon S, carried upon the printing cylinder C. there is situated the adjustable pressure roller c, carriedupon a shaftd, held in adthe printing cylinder rotates, catches the vprinting cylinder C, and so as to cause'the,
lowerv edge ofthe paper andpresses itfupon the pressure A roller c, whenl as the continued rotating of the printing Cylinder C, proceeds,
the paper is drawn `from off the platform,
table or support g., and discharged over they top, of the pressure roller c, with 'the.print, ing which it has received 'from the inking ribbon S, upon the types in the cylinder C, being pressed upon itsupper surface, and each sheet of paper thus printed is successively `discharged lfrom between the printing ribbon, andthe pressure roller c, in the direction indicated bythe sheet of paper e', in Fig. 4,. As duringthe continuanceof the printing operations hereinbefore described, the inking ribbon S, becomes wound off oneof 4the inking, ribbon rollers R, andvon lto, the other'inking ribbon' roller R, each time that one vof the pinions T, engages with the toothed rack U, it, follows, that the -continuance'ot1 the printing operation will roll the printing .ribbon S, ott one of the rollers R, and wind it on to the opposite n roller. When this condition of the printing ribbon S, has been reached it. becomes'necessary. in order to continue the printing operations, that the winding of the-printnig ribbon shall -take place in the reverse direction,vthat is to say,l that itshall be` wound oitl that roller R, upon which it has accuinu- 'lated, and be correspondingly wound 'upon theotlier roller R, from which it has been drawn.J To enable this reversing' ot the direction of winding of theI inking ribbonlS,
toitake place, each of the pinions T, anc
are mounted slidably upon one endet the axis y', which is preferably made square as shown at Fig. 3, and in enlarged detail at Fig. 6, In Fig. 6, the part marked 7e, represents.in section thatiportion of one end oi' theprinting cylinder -wlierein the toot-hed pinion .,r fastened slidably upon the square end of the inking ribbon roller is carried. When the pinion T, of one of the printing ribbon rollers R, has slid outward uponthe square portion of the axis j, ot that inking ribbon roller, then it is in such position as to gear with the toothed rack U, at each rotation ot' the printing cylinder C, and the pinion T, which is winding oii' the inking ribbon S, from one of the inking ribbon rollers R, is pulled vout Vinto the position Vshown in Figs. l., i?, and 6, so as to gear with the cui-fed toothed quadrant U, at each rotation of.. the printing cylidner C, until the ribbon S, is wound olif one of the inking ribbon rollers R, on to the other inkiiig ribbon roller R, when tn o, pinion T, which has been last .in operation with the toothed quadrant U,
mnt U, during part oftherevo'lution of the kand onto the other roller'R.
inkinfr ribbon to be .wound in the vopposite direction, that is to say, oit from the roller R, on which it'has been last accumulated,
As shown by Figs. l, and 2, of the draw ingsthe types land space blocks are held in' between the strips' J, and K, by means of plugs of india rubber, or other sufficiently hard and elastic material, pressed into those por-tions of the 'spaces'beyond the end of each row Aof type, and. in Fig. 2, the sheetvof paper z', is shown as being discharged from between the pressure roller c, and the inking l:with what is known as single spacino, double u l u n o u v spacing and treble spacing in-typewrit-ing,
'whereby the rows of types larecariied at such distances apart,understood as single spacing, doiible'spacing, and treble. spacing.
I claim as my invention.
l. In a machine lfor printing imitation typewritten letters and the like in whichvarious' portions `of each letter are printed by a single impression, the combination with a rotatable drum, of means carried by a por tion of the periphery of said drum for securing a portion of a forinthereon, means for feeding an ink. ribbon over said forni-carrymg portion, a second forni-carrying portion located on the periphery of the drum be` tween theends of the first mentioned tormcarrying portion, inking means for supplying ink to the second mentioned form-carrying portion and impression means coperating with said forni. l
Q. In a Vmachine for printing imitation typewritten letters and the like in which various portions of each letter are printed by a single impression, the combination with a rotatable drum, means carried by a portion of the periphery of said drum for securing a portion of a form thereon, a pair 'of ribbon spools located in the drum ateach end of said lforni-carrying portion whereby an inking ribbon may be edvover said form-carry'- located on the periphery of the drum be tween the ends of the first mentioned forincarrying portion', inking means for supply-4 ing ink to the second mentioned form-carrying portion and impression means cooperate ing with said form.
3. In a machine for printing imitation typewritten letters .and the like in which various portions of each. letter are printed by a single impression, the combination with a rotatable drum, of means carried by a portion oi. the periphery of the drum for secur thereon, said drum ing portion, a second formscarrying portion ,being provided' With a depression adjacent `each end of 'said `form-earrying portion, a
l .ribbon'spool mounted in each depression whereby an ink -ribbon may be fed over said form-carrying portion, a second form-carrying portion located on the periphery of the drum between t-he ends of the first mentioned .form -earrying portion, inlingV means for supply-ingink' to the second mentioned formcarrying .portion and impression means oooperating' with said form.
4. In a` machine for printing imitation. typewritten'letters and the like in which Various portions of each letter are printedby a single impression, the lCombination with a rotatable drum, of a plurality of bars mounted on the periphery of the drum and extending parallel to each other and to' the .axis of the drum, said bars being adapted to hold type in the periphery of thedrum to form a portion ofa form, means for feeding anink ribbon over said type, a second formcarrying portion located on the periphery of. the drum between the ends of the first mentioned form-carrying portion, inking means for supplying'ink to the second mentioned form-carrying portion and impression means coperatlng with sald form.
5. In a machine for printing 1m1tat1on -typewritten letters and the -'like in which various portions of eachl letter are printed l by a slngle impression, the combmation wlth a rotatable drum, ofV means for securingra form on the periphery vof said drum, a pair of ribbon spools mounted in the drum and ladapted lto feed an ink ribbon over said form, apair of gears, one mounted on the end of each ribbon spool and adapted for 'movement toward and away from the spool,l
a stationary rack adapted to be engaged by the gears when in one of their positions of movement but not in th-e other position, and impression means coperating with said form.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set Vmy hand and seal at the city of Los Angeles
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