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US1023389A
US1023389A US58006310A US1910580063A US1023389A US 1023389 A US1023389 A US 1023389A US 58006310 A US58006310 A US 58006310A US 1910580063 A US1910580063 A US 1910580063A US 1023389 A US1023389 A US 1023389A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B24GRINDING; POLISHING
    • B24BMACHINES, DEVICES, OR PROCESSES FOR GRINDING OR POLISHING; DRESSING OR CONDITIONING OF ABRADING SURFACES; FEEDING OF GRINDING, POLISHING, OR LAPPING AGENTS
    • B24B47/00Drives or gearings; Equipment therefor
    • B24B47/10Drives or gearings; Equipment therefor for rotating or reciprocating working-spindles carrying grinding wheels or workpieces
    • B24B47/16Drives or gearings; Equipment therefor for rotating or reciprocating working-spindles carrying grinding wheels or workpieces performing a reciprocating movement, e.g. during which the sense of rotation of the working-spindle is reversed
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC
    • Y10TTECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER US CLASSIFICATION
    • Y10T279/00Chucks or sockets
    • Y10T279/34Accessory or component
    • Y10T279/3425Sliding cam chuck actuator

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S. D. OLSEN. GRINDING MACHINE.

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SIMON DOKK OLSEN, OF BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, ASSIGNORy TO PRIEiCISION GLASS GRINDING- MACHINE COMPANY, OF SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA, A CORPORATION 0F soU'rH DAKOTA.

T 0 all whom it may concern. f l I .Be it known that I, SIMON DokK OLsiiN,

a citizen of the United States,'resi ding at Brooklym, in the countyr of Kings and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Grindin Machines, of which the following is a speci cation, reference'being had' therein to the accompanying drawing.

YThis invention relates toa vmachine forr grinding glass and other Stoppers, but particularly glass Stoppers, in such wise that the Stoppers may be interchangeably mated chuck which, however, shown with a stopper in it a finishing wheel, of carborundum shown in elevation.

or the like, being in contact with the surface of the stopper in the clitick. also shows a rough grinding wheel, 0f cai.'- borundum or the like, `out of contact with the stopper. Fig. 2 is a front elevationx of the machine. F 3 is mainly a' lengthwise sectional view of the machine on line 3-3,. of Fig. 1, sonic of the parts, however, beingu Fig. 4; is mainly a hori-y zontal sectional view of the machine on linefl Fig. 5 is a 4 4 of Fig. 3, looking down. transverse sectional view, at line 5-5 f Fig with the rough grinder ind finishing grinder wheels in elevation. Fig. 6i's a cross-sectional view of the machine atline G-G of Fig. 3, some of the parts being shown in elevation. Fig. 7' is an end view of the machine taken from the left of Fig. 3. Fig.

8 is an end view of the machine taken from the right" of Fig. 3. Fig. 9 a view show.- ing the main driving shaft and back gear shaft with certain cams and 'gears in sectiong'lhe view being a'dcvelopnient of the.,v

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Application tiled September' 1, 1910. Serial No.

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parts shown. This view may he considered illustrates, particularly,' clutch mechanism' for operating certain gears and the: stopper- ChuCkng-cam, the belt-driving cam, the stopper-feeding cam, the stopper-roughening cam, the stopper-finishingcam, and at the right-hand. end, a spiralggearlfo'drw ing a rocker arm cam (not here shown) for laterally vibrating both grinders. Fig. 10

is an enlarged sectional detail, at .a line vcorresponding to line 10-10 Ofi'Fig. 7, of a clutch mechanism with which the main4 driving shaft is provided, and whereby, when clutched at the right, the cain's for actuating the rough and finishing grinders are operated through the back gear' mechanism shown in Fig. 9; and when clutched at the left, the cam for the stopper carrying mech. anism, the cam for the stopper chucking yalso as a section on liI1e9-9 of Fig. 7. `l`It.

mechanism and the cam for the belt-shaft llever are operated through the said/*back gear mechanism. Fig. 11 is an enlarged view of the clutch mechanism shown in Fig. 10 and shows clutch pinions loosely mounted on. the main driving shaft with a clutchin inoperative position between them. Fig. 12 is a cross-sectional detail of said clutch lmechanism at line 12-12 ofFig. 10, parts being shown in elevation. Fig. 13 is a crosssectional detail of the clutch mechanism at line 13-13 of Fig. 10, parts being shown in elevation. Fig. 14 is an elevational detail of automatic shifting mechanism for said' clutch.' Fig. 15 is in part an elevational and in part a sectional det-ail of a portion of said automatic shift-ing mechanism at line 15-15 of Fig. 14. Fig. 1G is a top plan view of said automatic shifting mechanism; partly in section at line 16-16 of Fig. 14, looking down'. Fig. 17 isa partial top plan view of said automatic shifting mechanism looking down, on the construction shown in Fig. 14, .and more fully` shows said shifting mechanism. Fig. 18 is a vertical central section et the stopper chuck spindle at right anglesto the plane of the section indicated line 18T-l ofFig., 3. Figs. 19, 20, and

21 are respectively cross-sectional elevations of said chuck spindle mechanism at lines` 1a1e,2o 2o, ond 21-21 of Fig. 1s. Fig.

22 is an inner endelevation of said stopper chuck meohanism-viewed from the righthand end of Fig. 18. Fig'23 is a length'- 5 lwise central section at line 23-23 of Fig. 1

of mechanism for rotating and laterally v ibrating the rough grinder. Fig. 24 is a`nele' vation mainly 'of the finishing wheel, yits casing and support, but partly lnsectionf on-a .line corresponding to line 2lb-24 of Fig.1, the section showing a bell-crank .and yoke con nectionfor sliding said support' toward and from a stopper.y F ig.v 25 is a top plan view of the finishing wheel and the' frame which supports its driving shaft, the frame being adjustable on a slidable support t-o set the finishing wheel atfdiii'e'rent angles in relation to longitudinal axis of the machine...

' This view is partly in section at a line cor.- responding to a line 25-25 of Fig. 6. Fig.

26 is a vertical sectional detail, at a line cor'- responding to line 26-26 of Fig. 1, of thev mechanism for adjusting the rod that vibrates the finishing wheel laterally during its rotation. Fig. 27 is a plan view of mechanism shown in Fig'. 26. Fig. 28 is a vertical sectional view, atline 218,-28 of Fig. f

29, ofthe vertical feed tube and horizontal stopper carrier fand other parts. Iig.29 is 30 a part' elevation of the feed tube and stop' per carrier mechanism. Fig. 30 is 'an enlarged horizontal sectional elevationtat line 30-30 of Fig. 29, of the front end,`s'topper enga-ging mechanism of the stopper carrier. -1Fig. 31 is a top pla-n view of the .stopper 'carrier mechanism, andFigs. 32 andi33 are 1 respectively cross sections at line 32-32 and line 33-33 of Fig. 28. j Fic. 32 shows how' tho carrier shifting;r collar-f; secured' to c the 40 tubular carrier, and FifSB illiistrates*4` the lengthwise slitting otto forward portion of the stopper carrier to form the Aspring jaws which seizethe body of the stoppei1 to y convey the stopper head-first into the stop-'1' per chuck. y' A vReferring to the drawings, the cycle operations of the machine is: 1. Ay nuiriber `of glass Stoppers (the annnlarly reduced necks of which Aare marked the body portions' forming the ground stopping part, 'and the heads ma), such as in Fig. 1 (being mountedhorizontally, one above another in avertical open slot-ted feed tube wherein they grvitafetoward the foot of the' tubh' are' successively gripped, and fed horizontally,

,tbya stopper carrier "into a stoppersehuck..

2). The chuck .grips the head of the vstop er, leaving the body thereofplje'ctin'g' or, first, rough grinding, and then finishing.'

grinding.l 3. vThe stopper carrierI then moves away from the stopper chuck.v 4. The stopper vchuck spindle rott'l'tcs.A "5,.The rough 'grinder y(wheel) is fed a v'ttirxist ythe o'ftheb'ody .po'rtion'afA ofgthe" stop:

per. 6. The rough grinder rotates and grinds. .7. The rough grinderis reci'proi l l. cated laterally in contact with stopper lsur-H.

face being ground; the stopper surfaceand' roughv grinder preferably rotating in reverse directions. 8. The rough grinder is moved away from and out of Contact with the bottlestopper (butcontinues to-rotate). 9. The

lfnishinggrinder (wheel) is fed toward and into contact with the rough ground surface` ofy the stopper. 10. The rfinishing' grinder rotated and grinds. 11. The

operation.

grinding 12. The fir '.shing grinder is moved out of'contac't:withthef 80 stopper but continues rotating, the rotation' of the finishing wheel and stopper beingv preferably in reverse directions. 13. The stopper chuck is automatically"arrested 'in its rotation. 14. Thestopper chuck mecha. nism automatically releases the-Stoppers suc# cessivcly chucked, the'. Stoppers when nished falling downwardly through a suitable spaee in the machine into 'a receptacle therefor, or onto the floor.

`'Ihepiec'esand parts of this machine will now be described vin connectiony with itsv mode .of operation.

The Stoppers. are located 2S) one f I above another inthe feed-tube 50 with theirA necks between the vertical ywalls 51 of a 'ver tical passage ofthe feed tube, the foot-piece 5()a of which ist' provided fwithfan enlarged recess 52 to perinltthelowerinost stopper in c the stack of Stoppers-to gravitate between the diametrically oppositefingersA 53 ac'li 100 having a liookedend 54. These ends 5ft eX- ten'd past oppositemarginal `-ortions of the stopper. ltad an'dlhol'o'l eac stopper head tro At tan-s into its 1owotiitost position tttjtho lfoot of the feed tube, in horizonta aliiiee'sr inen't with1 the stopper chuck 55 A( Fig. 1),

the head of the stopper facing the open end of the chuck. iEach finger 53 is pivotally attached at 56-toI a slot Wall 57 of the foot- ,piece ,ofthe feed tube, 'and veach nger is 11'0 .backed up by a `'spring 58, ,which springs keep the 'fingers normally closed oyer the stopper liead. The innerl vertical wall of the fee'dtube has a hole 50h through Awhich a' .stopper is, carried to the 'chuck 55.l On its'ii "inner-side, each finger is provided with a lug.

against which .the `front ond of the 'endc wlsereciprocating stopper-.carrier .60 strikes oli its, forward feedingA niovenient, during which the stopperv is conveyed r bodilyufroin i2() .the footpiece to tliejcliuck-,ytlie carrier 60 Si'zing tljlebdy portion of the stopper and thrusting the stopper head into stopper .5 chuck. 55,` The reciprocating carrier is i' formed of atube split lengthwise at its inner end `portion to form spring jaws' 61 y' whehduring the initial movement, encontpass/the inner end of the body lzrof'the finishing "f I grinder is vibrated laterally during.l its 1v t

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US2424113A (en) * 1946-08-30 1947-07-15 Plan O Mill Corp Tap and holder therefor
US2451658A (en) * 1943-12-03 1948-10-19 Bugtember Ettore Mounting of grinding wheels, especially on grinding machines
US2581777A (en) * 1948-11-08 1952-01-08 Clipper Mfg Company Combination connecting and stabilizing bar for masonry saws
US2678521A (en) * 1951-03-02 1954-05-18 Landis Tool Co Valve grinding apparatus
US2705852A (en) * 1952-05-03 1955-04-12 Whitney Chain Company Thread grinding machine
US3451176A (en) * 1966-10-31 1969-06-24 Bryant Grinder Corp Machine tool feeding mechanism
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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2451658A (en) * 1943-12-03 1948-10-19 Bugtember Ettore Mounting of grinding wheels, especially on grinding machines
US2424113A (en) * 1946-08-30 1947-07-15 Plan O Mill Corp Tap and holder therefor
US2581777A (en) * 1948-11-08 1952-01-08 Clipper Mfg Company Combination connecting and stabilizing bar for masonry saws
US2678521A (en) * 1951-03-02 1954-05-18 Landis Tool Co Valve grinding apparatus
US2705852A (en) * 1952-05-03 1955-04-12 Whitney Chain Company Thread grinding machine
US3451176A (en) * 1966-10-31 1969-06-24 Bryant Grinder Corp Machine tool feeding mechanism
US10707802B1 (en) 2017-03-13 2020-07-07 AquaEnergy, LLC Pressurized pumped hydro storage system

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