US1226223A - Lace-braiding machine. - Google Patents

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1,226,223 Patented May 15, 1917.
To all whom it mag canoe 1777.:
Be it known that I, EMIL KRENZLER, residing at Barmen, Milchstrasse 21, Rhenlsh Prussia, Germany, a subject of the Emperor of Germany, have invented new and useful Improvements in Lace-Braiding Machines, of whichthe following is a SPBClfiCtIl/MPDQ My invention has reference to braiding or lacing machines on which are produced torchon or single thread laces which are trimmed with laced figures or patterns and it consists in combining with main race circles series of auxiliary circles in such a manner that the carriers may be directly delivered from the main circles to the auxiliary race circles for braiding the figure while in the main race circles or course the ground of the lace is carried out. An important object obtained by my invention is that the new machine is very simple in construction and operation.
The essential features of the inventlon and of its practical application are fully described in connection with the accompanying drawings.
In the said drawings Figure 1 showsin a plan view part of the top plate of the machine.
Fig. 2 is a section along line AA of Fig. 1.
Fig. 3 is a top view showing in skeleton lines the complete arrangement of the raceimilar letters of reference indicate corre sponding parts.
The machine consists asusually of the top plate 1, and the bottom plate 2, which are united by means of the pillars 3 that carry the intermeshing drive gears f. The heads of the latter are connected in any suitable manner to the main race circles or carrier engaging drivers 0; which are directly located in the bed plate 1 as shown. In connection with these main race circles a are arranged according to my invention series of auxiliary race circles b in such a manner that each series may form a special braiding course and may be each connected with an adjoining main race circle a so that the carriers may be guided directly from a main race circle a toitscooperating auxiliary race circle 7) for the purpose of braiding thereon the pattern while at the same time the carriers on the main race circles are shaping or braiding the ground of the lace.
As will be seen from Fig. 3 each'group ofcles may be of uniform diameter.
Specification of Letters Patent. Pai gnted Iii Kay 15, 191'7 Application filedOctober 10, 1913. Serial No. 794,477.
main and auxiliary race circles is arranged in a straight line in order that all race cir- For delivering at any time the carriers from the main race circles a to the circles b and vice versa both cooperating race circles a, b are provided with four horned drivers it, 5 as shown while theremaining main race circles c are fitted with two horned drivers 6. The drivers 4 and 5 are provided with four horns, since each of the drivers cooperates with at least three adj acent drivers, in catching the carriers and, passing the same from one race circle to the other. The drivers 6 which cooperate with two drivers or their adjacent drivers, during the operation of the machine, are provided with only two horns, the same being located on opposite sides thereof to allow the horns of the adj acentdrivers to cooperate every half turn of the drivers 6. The movement, arresting and governing of the carriers is effected in a known manner by means of the gears f on the shafts or pillars 3; said gears are made to engage the coupling members g, 9 the said member 9 being seized by a fork g seated on a vertical shaft that is journaled in the plates 1, 2 and upon which bears a spring is which separates the members g, 9 By drawing the said shaft g by means of the angle levers c and rods h, 71 through the jacquard machine or any other pattern apparatus the members g, g are connected and the drivers are rotated. The rods 72. are connected in a known manner with the main pattern apparatus which makes periodically half a turn and the rods 2' are connected with an additional pattern apparatus which works in the intervals so that they operate the coupling members g, 9 every quarter turn of a driver and according to this mode of working the partly conically shaped ring socket 0 of the drivers 4, 5 is provided with recesses m into which fits the end of a rigid piece n fastened to the bed plate Z. It will be seen that' a locking device of this kind maybe operated to lock the carriers after and for each quarter turn of the drivers. Instead of employing two successively working pattern apparatuses, only one may be used.
Between four adjacent main and auxiliary circles is fastened under the bed plate 1 on a I cles, the carriers used in my machine are provided With a pin or projection 1" which sliding along the guide piece p holds the said carrier in contact or engagement with the respective driver. In caseof braiding special patterns the drivers I) may be' fitted with less than four horns." As stated above A lace braiding machine comprising a chain of main race circles having tvv0-' horned drivers, a chain of auxiliary race Copies of this lpatent may beobtained for five'cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents circles interposed in the chain of Inainrace circles, said auxihary race circles havlng -four-h0rned drivers, a chain of race circles alongside said auxiliary race circles andhaveach quarter turn thereof.
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