US1266835A - Broom-corn seeder and engine. - Google Patents

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US1266835A
US1266835A US8939816A US1266835A US 1266835 A US1266835 A US 1266835A US 8939816 A US8939816 A US 8939816A US 1266835 A US1266835 A US 1266835A
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w. H. LYNCH.

BROOM CORN SEEDER AND ENGINE.

APPLICATION FILED APR. 6.1916.

Patented May 21,1918.

2 SHEETSSHEET I.

W. H. LYNCH.

BROOM CORN, SEEDER AND ENGINE.

, APPLICATION FILED APR. 6, 915- 1 ,Qfififi35 Patented May 21,1918.

2 SHEETS-SHEET 2.

WILLIAM H. LYNCH, or CLAYTON, NEW MEXICO.

BROOM-CORN SEEDER AND ENGINE.

Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented May 21, i213.

Application filed April 6, 1916. Serial No. 89,398.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known thatl, WILLIAM H. LYNCH, a citizen of the United States of America, residing at Clayton, in the county of Union and State of New Mexico, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Broom-Corn Seeders and Engines, of which the following is a specification, reference being had therein to the accompanying drawing.

This invention relates to a combined broom corn seeder and engine, wherein the seeder and engine are mounted upon the same movable truck so as to be always carried in their correct relative positions for being in condition to operate wherever and whenever desired.

Another object of this invention is the production of a combined broom corn seeder and engine wherein the engine is adapted to be carried adjacent one end of the truck and the seeder adjacent the opposite end of the truck, thereby providing suflicient space for the operator to stand between these two elements when the device is in use for feeding broom corn into the seeder.

Another object of this invention is the production of a combined broom corn seeder and engine wherein the truck is provided with an engine portion so as to provide sufficient space for the operator to stand between the engine and the seeder and to place the broom corn upon the feeding table about which the operating belt passes.

With these and other objects in view this invention consists of certain novel combinations, constructions, and arrangements of parts as will be hereinafter fully described and claimed.

In the accompanying drawings:

Figure l is a side elevation of the combined broom corn seeder and engine, show ing the same mounted upon the truck.

Fig. 2 is a top plan view of the entire combined device.

Fig. 3 is a diagrammatic view of the manner in which the operating belt extends. Referring to the accompanying drawings by numerals it will be seen that the truck comprises side beams 1 having flooring 2 adjacent one end. These beams are adapted to be carried in any suitable manner upon the supporting wheels 3 and 4:, while a tongue 5 may be attached in any suitable manner to the truck for facilitating the moving of the truck to any desired place.

Carried upon the flooring 2 and above the axle 3 of the wheels 3 there is positioned an engine 6 of any suitable construction having a belt wheel 7 around which the belt 8 is adapted to extend. It will be seen that this engine will be carried upon the flooring 2 so that its weight will be partially taken up by the axle 3 and the supporting wheels 3 of the engine, as will be seen by referring particularly to Fig. 2, which extends at a diagonal angle across the flooring 2.

The broom corn seeder 9 may be of any construction and is provided with the feed table 10 extending from one side thereof. This broom corn seeder 9 is provided with an idle pulley 11 and with the operating pulleys 12. The seeder is positioned upon the beams 1 adjacent their rear ends, and extends diagonally across these beams so as to allow the feed table 10 to extend for a considerable distance beyond one side portion of the beams 1, while the opposite end of the seeder may extend from the opposite side of the truck so as to be connected to the discharge table or conveyer 13. It will be seen that the belt 8 will pass around the idle pulley 11, and also around the drive pulleys 12, so as to allow the feed table 10 to extend therebetween, as shown clearly in Figs. 1 and 2. Since the flooring 2 terminates adjacent the forward ends of the beams 1, while the broom corn seeder extends diagonally across the rear ends of the beams, it will be seen that sufficient space is provided between the beams 1 adjacent their central portions for allowing the operator to stand therebetween when the device is in use. Therefore, the operator can have free access to the feed table 10 for positioning the broom corn thereon which is to be seeded between the belt 8. It will further be noted by referring particularly to Fig. 2, that thefrom the spirit of the invention. It should 1 be borne in mind, however, that the principal object of this invention is the positioning of the engine and the broom corn seeder upon one truck, so that they will always be in their correct spaced relation relative to each other, so as to efiiciently operate Whenev er desired. Therefore, the necessity of providing supports upon a substantially even plane for supporting the two elements, and the necessity of connecting the same together by bolts, etc., When the same are independently mounted, as is the case when the device is not in use, is prevented. Therefore, it Will be seen that this device Will not only save time, but labor and expense as Well, and Will be in a position to more efliciently operate since the tWo elements Will be carried upon one support, and therefore, Will be more firmly mounted to operate efficiently. Y

What is claimed is:

In a device of the class described the combination of elevated spaced side beams, an engine mounted adjacent one end of said beamsand extending diagonally across said beams, a broom corn seeder carried adjacent the opposite end of said beams to the end upon which said engine is supported, said broom corn seeder extending diagonally across said beams, means connecting said engine to said broom corn seeder, said engine being carried at a considerable distance from said broom COIIL'SGGdGI', whereby sufficient space is provided for the operator to stand between said engine, the broom corn seeder and beams in a plane below said e11- gine, broom corn seeder and beams, whereby because of the diagonal arrangement of said engine and broom corn seeder free access may be had thereto.

In testimony whereof I hereunto aflix my signature.

WILLIAM H. LYNCH.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D. C.

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