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H. C. BANWELL AND F. PHILLIPS.
TICKET PRINTING IVIECHANISIVI.
H. C. BANWELL AND F. PHILLIPS.
TICKET PRINTING IVIECHANISIVI.
APPLlcATloN FILED nc.2o, |915. RENEwED MAY 29. I919.
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TICKET PHINTlNG MECHANISM.
APPLICATION FILED DEC. 20,1915. REIIEWE MAY 29.19I9.
1,309832 Patented Julyl, 1919.
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TICKET PRINTING MECHANISM.
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RENEWED Patented July 15, 1919.
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TICKET PRlNTlNG MECHANISM.
APPLICATION NEED DEc120,1915. REEEWED MAY 29,1919.
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APPLICATION FILED Declgo. 1915. IIEIIEwED II/IY 29. I9I9.
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HENRY CHARLES H. C. BANWELL AND F. PHILLIPS.
TICKET PRINTING MECHANISM.
APPLICATloN FILED 050.20.1915. RENEWED MAY 29. 1919.
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HENRY CHARLES WELL, F LONDON, AND FREDERICK PHILLIPS, OF BROMLEY, ENGLAND, ASSIGNORS TO THE NATIONAL CASH REGISTER COMPANY, OF IDAYf TON, OHIO, A CORPORATION OF OHIO, (INCORPORATED IN 1906.) y
TICKET-PRINTING MECHAN ISM.
Application filed December 20, 1915, Serial No. 67,807. Renewed May' 29, 1919. Serial No. 300,772.
T 0 all whom t may concern.'
Be it known that we, HENRY CHARLES BANWELL and FREDERICK'PHILLIPS, subjects of the King of Great Britain and Ireland, residing at London, England, and Bromley, England, respectively, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Ticket- Printing Mechanism, of'which we declare the following to be a full, clear, and eXact description.
This invention relates to ticket issuing machines and has more particular relation to that class of machines adapted for use in issuing tickets for railroad and Steamship lines and analogous uses.
The general object of this invention is to provide an efiicient machine for use in railroad stations to issue tickets good between the station at which the machine is located and other established stations traversed by the railroad. It will be readily seen that the invention is capable of other uses, for instance, in theaters, moving picture shows,
4amusement places and the like, as well as on all lines of local travel, without departing from the spirit of the invention.
One of the principal objects of this invention is to provide an improved, compact and eiiicient machine which will enable theprinting and issuing of tickets for any one of a number of classes and for automatically registering the number of tickets issued of each class.
The machine shown in the present application provides novel printing and issuing mechanism for each denomination or class of tickets and common operating mechanism therefor.
.The machine shown in this application also provides separate inking means for each ticket issuing mechanism and involves means for rendering the inking means of this selected printing and issuing mechanism effective.- The machine also discloses a separate and independent cutting means for each issuing ,mechanism with means for selectively rendering the severing devices operative in accordance with the selection ofthe printing and issuing mechanisms.
Certain of the constructions herein shown and described are not claimed in the present application but have been embodied in a divisional application which is now Patent No. 1,265,725 dated May 14th, 1918, in which patent all novel constructions not claimed herein are fully covered.
With these and incidental objects in view, the invention consists in certain novel features of construction and combination of parts, the essential elements of which are set forth in appended claims, and a preferred form of embodiment of which is hereinafter described with reference to the drawings which accompany and form part of the specification.
Of said drawings Figures 1 and 2 are a front elevation and a sectional side `view respectivelyshowing the adaptation of the improved ticket `issuing machine of the present invention for use in a ticket selling booth or office. Fig. 1v is a partial interior view of the booth showing the machine in position therein and Fig` 2 is a sectional view taken on the line A-A of Fig. 1 and looking in the direction of the arrows.
Fig. 3 is a front view of three of the ticket issuing mechanisms with the right hand issuing mechanismshown partly in section on the line B-B of Fig. 5, and looking inthe direction of the arrows.
Fig. l is a detail top plan view of three of the keys and the corresponding detent plates for preventing operation Aof more than one 'key at a time.
Fig. 5 is a transverse vertical section through the machine and' is taken just inside of the left handside frame of the machine.
Fig. 6 is a detail top plan view of a plate or slide operated by the appropriate key to couple the means for operating the inking devices and the severing device of the selected ticketl issuing mechanism with the main operating mechanism.
Fig. 7 is a detail rear view of the inking devices for one of the ticket issuing mechanisms.
Fig. 8 is a detail sectional view through two of the ticket severing devices the" view being taken on a line C-C of Fig. 5, and looking in the direction of the arrows.
Fig. 9-is a detail side view of the means for operating the inking devices and the severi-ng device of one of the ticket issuing mechanisms.
Fig. 10 is a detail rear View of the cams shown in Fig. 9.
Fig. 11 is a detail sectional plan view on 'mounted on a cross rod.
the line D-D of Fig. 5 and looking in the direction of the arrows.
Fig. 12 is a full sized detail plan view partly broken away, of the printing cylinder carrying electros and the dating devices.
Fig. 13 is a full sized cross sectional View taken on the line G-G in Fig. 12, and looking;v in the direction of t-lie arrows. I
Fig. 111 is a full sized right hand side view of the electrocylinder shown in Fig. 12.
Fig. 15 is a full sized detail View, partly broken away, of the printing cylinder carrying electros and the consecutive numbering devices.
Fig, 1G is a full sized detail cross sectional 'view through the cylinder sliown'in Fig. 15,
as on the line E-E of Fig. 15 and looking in the direction of the arrows.
AFig. 17 comprises two views showing opposite sides of an illustrative form of ticket adapted to be printed and issued by the present machine.
Fig. 1S is a left hand side elevation of the machine, the motor and cabinet being omitted Fig. 19 is a detail plan view of part of the motor clutch and associated cams.
Fig. 20 is a detail sectional view taken on the line F-F of Fig. 19.
Fig. 21 is a detail right hand elevation of the machine showing the means for manually driving the operating mechanism.
Fig. 22 is a detail front elevation of the mechanism shown in Fig. 21.
Described in general terms the invention comprises a number of printing and issuing mechanisms, each adapted tolprint and sever tickets from a'corresponding ticket strip. rl`he various ticket strips" may be of differeiitcolors if desired. A printing cylinder extends longitudinally through the machine and carries a. number of date printing devices and electioplates there being one device and plate for each issuing mechanism. A second printing cylinder, which also extends longitudinally through the machine, carries a. number of electroplates and a corresponding number of consecutive' numbering devices there being one electroplate and one numbering device for each issuing mechanism. These cylinders are given one completel rotation upon each operation of the machine. number of frames, one for each issuing mechanism, .are independently In each frame two impression rolls are mountedand the rolls are adapted to1 coperate with feeding langeson the two above mentioned cylinders when the correspondingticket issuing mechanism is selected for operation, so as to feed the selected ticket strip and print from the corresponding consecutive numbering device, dating device, and electroplates as the strip is fed. The frames are selectively rocked to move the impression rollers into coperative relation with the cylinders by keys, one key being employed for each issuing mechanism. The electrop'lates carried by the cylinders, `when the machine is used as a railroad ticket printer, print the name of the issuing station, the names of the destination stations, and the denominations of the tickets or any other desired information.
,lVhen the machine is used in other capacities the electros are made to print any desired matter to fit the use. The dating devices for the various issuing mechanisms are ca.- pable of being adjusted manually. The consecutive counter for the selected print-- ing mechanism is operated during the 0peration of the machine to add one unit and print the proper number on the ticket.
Each issuing mechanism also includes an independent severing device. These devices are operated by corresponding cams which are normally uncoupled from the main operating mechanism. lVhen one of the keys is pressed in tliecani for the severing device of the corresponding issuing mechanism is coupled to .the main operating mechanism so that the ticket which is fed forwardly by the selected printing mechanism is severed.
As shown in Figs. 1 and 2. the machine is mounted on a frame 25 hinged at 26 to a frame or bar 27 fast on the inside of the front wall of the ticket sellers booth and above.` the ticket sellers window 36. The strips of paper 28 from which the tickets are to be produced` are in the form of rolls mounted on a shaft 29 supported in slots 32 formed in brackets or arms 33 rigidly mounted on the frame The machine and ticket rolls are mounted on the frame 25 in order that they may be swung in a horizontal plane away from the front wall of the booth, to facilitate the re-inkiiig of the inking means, for inspection of the machine, or for any other purpose.
In the present form of embodiment disclosed herein there are twelve ticket strips and therefore twelve printing aiid issuing mechanisms, but it is to be understood that. any number of ticket issuing mechanisms may be employed as desired. Upon each operation of the machine a ticket strip is fed and a ticket printed thereon and severed therefrom. The tickets after beingl severed from their respective strips diop down through a chute 34 oiito a counter or shelf 35 adjacent. the delivery opening in the window 36 of the ticket sellers booth or ot'- ice. The front and rear walls of the chute 31 are preferably of glass or other transparent material.
Mounted on a lid or door 37 (Fig. 1) forming part'of the. front of the cabinet of the machine are index plates 3S. one for each f ticket issuing mechanism.` These index plates are mounted in front of their corresponding ticket issuing mechanisms and each plate indicates the destination, the' value, and any other desired information these issuing mechanisms are duplicates of each other it will be suficient ingeneral to describe but one of them. p
Referring more particularly to Fig. 5, the
ticket strip is fed from nthe supply roll through a chute 43, between an impression roller 44,- and an electrocylinder 45, through a chute 46, between an impression roller 47 and an elect-rocylinder 48, and thence through a chute 49. After the printed ticket has been fed through the chute 49 it is severed from the Vticket strip and then falls through a chute, 50 and finally through the V'chute 34 onto the shelf 35 from which it is withdrawn through the window 36 of the booth by the patron or purchaser. Separate chutes 43, 46, 49 and 5() are provided for each issuing mechanism. .The chutes 43 are mounted in slots or openings in a. cross bar 53 which is supported'at its ends 1n the side frames .54 (Fig. 3) of the machlne, and 1s supported intermediate its ends by intermediate frames 55. The chutes 46 are mounted in slots or openings in across rod 56, and the chutes 49 are mounted in a slot 61 formed in a cross bar 57. The cross rod 56 and the cross bar 57 extend longitudinally through the machine and are mounted in the side frames 54 and intermediate frames 55. The chutes 50 are mounted upon the base of the cabinet of the machine.v
The impression rollers 44 and 47 of a ticket issuing mechanism are loosely mounted upon spindles 58 and 59 respectively supported in theside bars 60 'of a corresponding frame 62, (Figs. 3 and 5) there being one frame for each` issuing mechanism. The frame 62 is loosely pivoted upon the cross rod 56 and is normally positioned so that the impression rollers 44 land .47
are out of engagement with the corresponding ticket strip. The lower forward ends of the side bars 60 of the frame 62 -are provided with slots or recesses 63 lstradldling anti-friction rollers on a pin or Vrod 64 carried by the rear end of a key 65 (Figs. 5 and 11) v There is one key 65 for each print-A ing mechanism and the keys are slidably mounted in a cross rod 66 supported in the frames 54 and 55 of the machine (Figs. 3, 4, 5 and 11). lBrackets 67 one for each printing mechanism are mounted on the cross rod 66 and over the^key stems. When one of the keys 65 is pressed inwardly it can be seen that the corresponding frame 62 is rocked clockwise (Fig. 5) about the cross rod 56, thereby moving lthe impression rolls 44 and 47 mounted in the frame against the ticket strip to carry the latter against the cylinders 45 and 48. The electrocylinders 45 and 48 extend longitudinally through the machine and at their ends are provided with heads or disks 51 and 52 respectively by which they are journaled in the side frames 54 of the machine. The cylinders are given one complete rotation in the direction of the arrows (shown inF ig. 5) upon each operation of the machine by the main operating mechanism to be described hereinafter. When the frame 62 is rocked by the key 65 as above described it-is rocked against the tension of a corresponding spring 69 which is connected at its rear end to a cross bar 70 of the frame 62 andv at its forward end to a hook 7 3 on the corresponding bracket 6 7. The frame 62 is retained in moved position by means to be described later until near the end of the operation of the machine when the spring 69 is permitted to restore it and the key to normal position. As best shown in Figs. 12 and 15, the cylinders 45 and 48 are provided with feeding anges 74 and 75 respectively.
From the above construction it can be seen that when a key is depressed the corresponding frame 62 is lrocked so that the impression rollers 44 and 47 press the ticket strip against the feeding anges 74 and 75 and 4that therefore upon rotation of the cylinders 45 and 48 the feeding flangesfeed .the ticket strip downwardly a distance equivalent to the length of one ticket. These feeding flanges may be of any desired length dependling upon the length of ticket to be issued.
Ars the impression rollers 44 and 47 are norv'mally out of engagement with the ticket lected issuing mechanism prints the name 4of the issuing station and the valuepor any other information on one side of the ticket `(Fig. 17) as the ticket strip is fed.
Mounted within the electrocylinder 45 are a number of consecutive numbering devices (Figs. 15 and 16) there beingone numbering device for each ticket issuing mechanism. y Each consecutive numbering device comprises a plurality of wheels 79 loosely mounted on a corresponding shaft 80 mounted at its ends in the side arms of a corresponding frame 83 rigidly mounted in the cylinder 45. The printing Wheels 79 project slightly through openings 91 in the cylinder' 45 so that the wheels print on the ticket as the ticket strip is fed. A multiprong pawl 84 is pivotally mounted in a yoked frame 85 loosely mounted on the shaft 80. This pawl 84 is of the usual and Well known construction having fingers of decreasing length one for each of the ratchet wheels 82 which are rigidly connected to the printing wheels 79. An operating bar 86 is mounted in slots formed in the cylinder 45 so that the bar may have a radial movement in the cylinder. A pin 87 (Fig. 16) on the right hand side arm of the frame 85 engages an open slot in the edge of the lbar 86. Then one of the frames 62 (Fig. 5)
is rocked clockwise by the corresponding key 65 as above described, a curved edge 88 of an arm or plate 89 fast on the right hand side bar 60 of the frame is moved into the path of movement of the upper curved edge 90 of the corresponding operating bar 86. Therefore when the cylinder 45 is rotated during the operation of the machine the engagement of the edge 90 of the bar 86 With the edge 88 moves the bar 86 radially within the cylinder such movement of the bar rocking the frame 85 (Fig. 16) counter clockwise, so that a finger of the pawl 184 will engage behind the next succeeding tooth of its ratchet wheel 82. -Then as the bar 86 passes out of engagement with the edge 88 of the arm 89 the bar 86 and the frame 85 are moved back to normal position by the other end of bar 86 against edge 88 of arm 89 whereupon the linger of the pawl engaging behind the tooth of the corresponding ratchet `wheel will displace this ratchet wheel one tooth and thereby turn the printing wheel attached thereto one step.
Only the consecutive counter appropriate to the printing mechanism selected for operation will be operated as the arms 89 for the printing mechanisms not selected for operation are not moved into position to operate their corresponding bars 86.
The electrocylinder- 48 isprovided With electroplates (not shown) placed between the feeding flanges for printing the name of the/destination station and -any other desired data on the side of ticket. opposite that printed on by the electrocylinder 45. In addition to these electroplates the cylinder 48 carries a series of dating wheels 93 (Figs. 12 and I13) for printing the days, months, and years, it being understood that there is one series of wheels for each printing mechanism. These dating wheels 98 pro ject slightly through an opening 92 in the,
cylinder 48 and are. mounted on a shaft 94 extending longitudinally through the cylinder 48 and journaled at 1ts ends in the end disks or heads 52 ofthe cylinder. The months dating Wheels are splined on the lshaft 94 which at its right -hand end is squared as shown in Fig. 14, to receive a key wrench or other manually operated device. rl'he'day and year Wheels are loosely mounted on this shaft 94 the various Wheels being prevented from moving longitudinally of the shaft by spacing sleeves 95. The units of days Wheels have rigidly connected thereto pinions 97 (Figs. 12 and 13) meshing with pinions 98 splined on a shaft 99 and pinions 100 rigid With the tens of days wheels mesh with pinions 103 splined on a shaft 104. The shafts 99 and'104 also extend longitudinally through the cylinder and are squared at their right hand ends to receive a key Wrench. From this construction it can be seen that the months wheels are directly adjusted by adjustment of the shaft 94 by the key Wrench and that the units and tens of days Wheels are adjusted by adjustment of the shafts 99 and 1104 respectively through the pairs of gears 97 and 98 and 100 and 103 respectively. The year Wheels are loose on the shaft 94 and may be adjusted by hand. Leaf springs 105 engage the pinions 97 and 100 rigid with the day Wheels and With pinions 111 rigid with the month and year Wheels to aline the Wheels in adjusted positions.
The impression rolls 44 and 47 are so mounted that they may be adjusted manually in the frame 62- relative to the corresponding electrocylinders 45 and 48 respectively to make. impressions of the desired c-learness on the tickets and from the electrocylinders. For this purpose the spindles 58 and 59 near their ends carry blocks 106 (Fig. 5) which are mounted to be slid in slots 107 formed in the side bars 60 of the frame 62. .The extreme ends of the spindles which project screws 116 screwed into curved portions 112 of the side bars 60. It will be seen that by loosening the screws and manlially swinging the pair of plates 110 in either direction the spindle 58 or 59 and conse quently the impression` roll carried by the spindle will be cammed away from and toward the respective printing cylinder as desired. For example When the .impression roll 47 is to be moved toward the printing cylinder48 the plates 110 are swung clockwise (Fig. 5) about their pivots. As the slots 107 are extended at an angle to the slots 109 such movement of the plates Will cam the spindle 59 rearwardly, the blocks 106 at such time movingrearvvardly in the slots 107. In like manner When the impresi sion roll forwardly.
Inking means is provided for the electro plates, and dating and consecutive numbering devices of each rinting and issuing mechanism. These in {ing means are no1'- mally out of inking position and means is operated during the operationv of the machine to permit the inking means of the selected ticket issuing mechanism to move into inking position.
This inking means for each printing mechanism comprises an inking roller 117 (Figs.
5 and 7) for the consecutive numbering device and electro plate on the cylinder and an inking roller 118 for the dating device and electro plate carried by the cylinder 48. These inking rollers are mounted in frames 1,19 adjustably mounted on plates or arms 120 by screws 121which are mounted in the arms 120 and project through slots 122 (Fig. 7) formed in the frames 119. The ends of rods 123 (Fig. 5) carrying the inking rollers project through slots 124 (Fig. 5) formed in the sides of the frames 119 and spring clips 125 fastened on the sides of the frames 119 serve to retain the rods 123 in engagement with the ends of the slots 124 and thereby hold the inking rollers on the frames 119. The arms 120 carrying the inking rollers 117 are hinged at their lower ends to the lower ends of appropriate arms 126 fast on a. shaft 127, jurnaled at its ends in the end frames 54 of the machine. r1`he arms 120 carrying the inking rollers 118 are also hinged at their lower ends to the lower ends of corresponding arms 126 rigidly mounted on ashaft 128 also jour- `1ialed at its ends in the side frames 54 of the machine. A screw 129 is mounted in each arm 126 and projects through a slot 130 (Fig. 7) in the corresponding arm 120. Aspring 131 is coiled about the screw 129 and is compressed between the arm 120 and the head of the screw 129. By this construction the tension on the inking rollers is controlled by the adjustment of the screws 129.
The springs 131 tend to move the arms 120 and consequently the inking rollers into engagement with the respective electro cylinders 45 and 48. Each inking roller 117 however is normally prevented from moving into engagement with the cylinder 45 by the engagement of the arm 120 with a cross rod 134 supported at its ends by the forward ends of a pair of levers 135 loosely 5 and 7).
are connected iby -a cross rod 141 upon the mounted on a. cross rod 1361 extending longitudinally through the machine 3, The rearends of the levers 135 right hand end of which is mounted a link 136 and upon the left lia-nd' end of 4the rod is mounted a link 137. A cross rod 138 supported by thel links 136 and 137 engages an inclined edge 139 (Fig. 5) of a flange or projection 140 on the arml 120, carrying the inking roll 118, and such engagement normally prevents the inking roll 118 from be ing moved into engagement with the electro cylinder 48 by .the spring 131. The lo-wer end of the link 136 is pivotally connected at 143 (Figs. 5, 7 and9) to an arm 144 loosely mounted on a cross rod 145. The arm 144 carries a roller 146 engaging the periphery of a cam 147 rigidly mounted on a sleeve 148 loose on a shaft 149 which extends longitudinally through the machine and which is given one complete rotation rupon each operation as will be described later. Splined on the shaft 149, as shown in Fig.. 11, is a clutch member 150 carrying projections 153 normally out of engagement with corresponding recesses 154 formed in the end of the sleeve 148 (Figs. 10 and 11). A plate or frame 155 (Figs. 5, 6 and 11) is mounted to slide on the cross bar 57. As shown in Figs. 5 and 6 downwardly exten-ding flanges 156 on the sides of the plate 155 are provided with slots 157 straiddling the shaft `149. r1`he forward end of the plate 155 is forked and each fork is bent rto form a hook 1158y in which rests lthe pin or rod 64 carried at the rear end'of the key 65 as above described. Rigidly mounted on the left hand flange 156 is a cam plate 159, having a slot which is similar to the slot 157 in the flange 156 and through which the shaft 149 projects.
When the key 65 is pressed in the plate 155 is moved rearwardly and the rear incline-d edges ofthe cam plate 159 engage the clutch member 150 thereby sliding the latter toward the right so that its projections 153 enter the recesses 154 in the corresponding sleeve 148. 4It can be seen that withv the links 136 and 137 are raised and the,
levers 135 rocked to permit the inking rollers 117 and 118 to move into engagement with their respective electro cylinders 45 and 48. It is evident ofcourse, that the levers 135 are rocked and the links 136 and 137 are raised under the influence of the springs 131 coiled about the screws 129 and employed t0 rock the ink rollers into engagement with their respective electro cylvinders. After the electro pla-tes and .the
dating and consecutive `numbering devices on the electro cylindershave been properly inked the cam 147 rocks the arm 144 to normal position, thereby operating the links.
136 and 137 and the levers 135'to move the sired the lid 37 forming part of the front of inking rollers out of engagement with the electro cylinders.
It is understood 'that there is one of above described inking mechanisms for each ticket issuing mechanism, and that only the inking mechanism appropriate to the selected issuing mechanism is operated at one operation of the machine, as only the cam 147 coupled to the shaft 149 by the operated clutch member 150 is operated during the operation.
`When it is desired to re-ink, adjust or replace the inking rollers 117 and 118 the shafts 127 and 128 are rocked in the direct-ion of the arrows (Figs. 5 and 21) the rollers 117 being swung forwardly and the rollers 118 rearwardly thereby. In order to turn the shaft Y127 and 128 their right hand ends are squared (Fig. 2l) to receive a key wrench. For the purpose of normally locking the shafts 127 and 128 against such movements, the lower end of corresponding arms 161 (Fig. 21) engage shoulders 162 on collars 1622t fast on the shafts. rThe arms at their upper ends are pivoted on the right hand side frame 54 of the machine and compressed springs 172 serve to retain the arms in normal locking position as shown in Fig. 21. When the shaft 127 or 128 is to be turned the corresponding arm 161 is manually moved out of normal position. Access may be had to the rollers 118 by swinging the machine on the hinges 26 (Fig.
When access to the rollers 117 is dcthe cabinet is raised. The cross bar 57 (Figs. 5 and 11) comprises one member or knife of the severing mechanisms. The printed tickets on the ticket strips whenfed pass through the slot 61. Mounted on the cross bar 57 is a. frame 166 (Figs. 5 and 8) carrying a number of movable knives 167 one for each printing and issuing mecha-- nism. A pair of spring plungers 168 mounted in the fra-me 166 serve yieldingly to retain the corresponding movable knife 167 in engagement with the lower side of the cross bar 57.
Only the knife 167 appropriate to the selected issuing mechanism is operated duringr the operation of the machine. To this end each knife 167 is connected to a corresponding slide 170 (Figs. 5, 9 and 11). The rear ends of the knives 167 project into recesses 171 (Fig. 9) in the forward ends of the slides 170 and are rigidly held therein by screws. The slides 170 are provided with slots 173 through which the sleeves 148 project and at their rear ends with slots or recesses 174 through which the cross rod 145 projects the slides being guided in their horizontal movements by these sleeves and rod. Each slide 17 0 carries a roller 175 projecting into a cam groove 176 formed in the face of a corresponding disk 177 fast on the sleeve- 148. The cam groove 176 is so constructed that upon rotation of the sleeves 148 and disk 177 of the selected issuing -mechanism the corresponding knife 167 is moved forwardly after the printed ticket has been fed through the slot 61. This movement of the knife through its coperation with the knife edge formed by the slot 61 in the bar 57 severs the ticket which then falls through the chute 50 (Fig. 5) and the chute 34 to the delivery counter or shelf 35 of the ticket' sellers window.
InV order to retain the sleeves 148 and the cams 147 and 17 7 of the issuing mechanisms not selected for operation from rotation during the operation of the machine the peripheries of the cam disks 17 7 are provided with semi-circular recesses 178 (Fig. 9) in which normally rest rollers 179 mounted on corresponding arms 180. The arms 180 are pivotally mounted at their lower ends on brackets 183 *(Figs. 5 -and 7) mounted on a cross bar y Springs key 65 as above described a vertical projection or lug 186 on the rear end of the plate engages the corresponding arm 180 thereby moving the roller 179 out of the recess 178 in the corresponding disk 17 7. Then the slide 155 and the key are moved to normal position at the end of the operation of the machine and after the shaft 149 has been given one complete rotation the spring 185 rocks the arm 180 to move the roller 179 into its normal engagement with the recess 178. As the rollers 179 on the arms 180 for the unselected issuing mechanisms are not moved out of engagement with the notches 178 in the corresponding disks 177 the uncoupled sleeves 148 are held-against rotation during the operation of the machine.
A number of consecutive counters 190 (Figs. 3 and one for each ticket issuing mechanism, are provided for registering the number of tickets issued b v each issuing mechanism. These consecutive counters are mounted on the brackets 67. llach counter comprises a plurality of registering wheels 193 (Fig. 3) mounted on a shaft 194 the wheels being operated to add one as is well known in the art each time the shaft 194 is rocked. The shaft 194 at its left hand end carries an arm 195 which is provided with a pin 196 projecting through a slot 197 `formed in the forward upper edge of a co'reach time the movable knife 167 is operatedv nisms are not operated7 it is obvious that only the counter for the selected issuing mechanismis operated. The amounts registered on the counters may be viewed through openings 200 (Figs. 1 and 5) formed in the lid 37 comprising part of the front of the cabinet. A
For the purpose of preventing the operation of more than one key, plates 29.3 (Figs. 3, 4 and 5)4 are provided. There is one plate for eachl key and the plates are slidably mounted between the keys and mounted on the cross bar 66, the plates 203 being provided with slots 204 (Fig. 3) through which pins 208 on the cross bar 66 project. The plates 203, as shown in Fig. 4, are rovided with bevel edges 209 between whic the key stems pass, the stems being provided with corresponding notches 210 adapted to co-act with the 'edges of theplates in sucha manner that when a key is pressed in the plates 203 will be slid longitudinally causing the notches of all the other keys to be engaged by the bevel edges on the plates thus efectively locking the other keys against operation.
The machine is shown as being adapted to be operated either by an electric motor or by al crank handle as desired. rlhe motor is not shown in the drawings as it is not necessary to the understanding of the invention and any one of the well known types can be employed. Part of the clutch for the type of motor shown and described in Letters Patent y of the United States No. 923,857 granted to Charles F. Kettering on June 8, 190-9, together with Letters Patent of the United States of Charles F. Kettering and William A. Chryst, No. 1,144,418, granted .lune 29, 1915, is shown in the present drawings.
A Smau gear 215 (rigs. 1s, 19 and 20) is rlgidly mounted on a sleeve 216 loose on a stud 217 screwed into the left hand side frame 54 of the machine. r1`he sleeve 216 is rigidly connected to a clutch member 218 by screws or pins 219. The clutch member 218 is mounted within a second clutch member (not shown) positively driven by the armature of the motor. The two clutch members are adapted to be connected frictionally together by rollers 220 mounted on a disk 221 loosely mounted on a stud 217, the disk 221k being given a slight, preliminary movement for this purpose when the machine is released, as fully shown and described in the aforesaid patents.
A motor locking arm 224 is loosely mounted on al stud 225 and its nose 226 normally engages a shoulder 227 on the disk 221. When the arm 224 is rocked counter clockwise (Fig. 18) as will be described presently the nose 226 is carried out of engagement with disk 221 whereupon the clutch members are connected together by the rollers 220.
The gear 215 meshes with an intermediate gear 211 which in turn meshes with a gear 212 fast on a stud 213 projecting from the left hand side disk or head 51 of the electro cylinder 45. Also fast on the stud 213 is a gear 222 meshing with a, gear 223 fast on a stud 231 projecting from the left hand side disk or head 52 of the electro cylinder 48. 'lhe gear 223 in turn meshes with a gear 232 fast on the shaft 149. The gears 215,211 and 212 are the same size and the gears 222, 223 and 232 are also the same size. lt can therefore be seen that upon each operation of the machine each of the above mentioned gears will be given one complete rotation to impart a complete rotation to the cylinders and 48 and the shaft 149 in the direction of the arrows shown in Figs. 5- and 18.
A disk 228 fast on the sleeve 216 and a` disk 229 loose on this sleeve are provided with coinciding recesses 230 (Fig. 18) in which normally rests a roller 233 mounted on the downwardly and forwardly extending arm of the lever 234. The lever 234 is loosely mounted on the stud 2 35 projecting from a frame or bracket 236, and a spring 237 connected at its forward end to the lever 234 and at its rear end .to a stud 238 on the frame of the machine retains the leverin normal position as shown in Fig. 18. rThe locking lever 224 normally engages a shoulder on the disk 228 and theend of a block 240 on the disk 229 and when the locking arm is rocked counter clockwise as will be described presently the disk 229 is given a slight movement relative tothe disk 228 by a spring 243 coiled about the sleeve 216. Such movement of the disk 229 moves the curved or recessed portion 230 of the disk out of coincidence with the corresponding Vrecessed portion of the disk 228 thereby rocking the lever 234 clockwise against the iniuence of the spring 237. When the lever 234 is operated in this manner it in turn operates a device (not shown) for closing the circuit through the motor as fully shown and described in the aforesaid patents.
rlhe following described means is employed for rocking the locking lever 224 to release the machine. A lever 245 (Fig. 18) is loosely mounted on the stud 225v and is pivotally connected at 246'to the forward end of a link 247. The rear end of the link 247 is provided with a slot or recess 248 through which a pin 249 on the frame of the machine projects. A spring 250 is connected at its forward end to a pin 251'on the frame 236 and at its rear end to a pin 253 on the link 247, and normally tends to draw the link 247 forwardly. This movement of the link 247 is normally prevented by the engagement of its vertical edge 254 above the open end of its slot 248 with a lug projecting laterally from an arm 256 pivotally mounted at 257 on the frame 236. A lever 258 is rigidly mounted on a shaft 259 which extends longitudinally through the machine and is mounted in the end frames 54 of the machine. The lever 258 pivotally carries at 260 a pawl 263 the lower end of which normally engages the lug 255. Rigidly mounted on the shaft 259 are a number of arms 264 (Fig. 5) one for each issuing mechanism. Each arm 264 has two fingers 265 and 266.
)Vlien one of the frames 62 is rocked clockwise (Fig. 5) upon depression of its 00rresponding key 65 the forward edge of a cross bar 267 mounted on the upper endsl of the side bars 60 of the frame engages the finger 266 thereby rocking the arms 264, the shaft 259 and the lever 258 counter clockwise as shown in Figs. 5 and 18. At the end of the movement of the frame 62 the rear linger 265 of the arm 264 engages behind rear edge of cross bar 267 of the frame 62, thereby locking the frame 62 in moved position. The fingers 265 of the arms 264 for the issuing mechanisms not selected for operation pass freely into slots 268 formed in the cross lbars 267 of their corresponding frames 62 when the arms 264 and shaft 259 are rocked.
When the lever 258 is rocked counter clockwise (Fig. 18), as above described, the pawl 263 through its enga-gement with the lug 255 rocks the arm 256 counter clockwise thereby moving the lug 255 out of engagementwith the Vertical edge 254 of the link 247, whereupon the spring 250 immediately draws the link 247 forwardly. When the link 247 is moved forwardly its slot 248 passes over the lug 255. Such forward movement of the link 247 through its pivotal connection with the lever 245 rocks the latter counter clockwise and as the lever 245 carries a pin 270 projecting through a recess 273 in the locking lever 224, the latter is rocked with the lever 245 out of locking position to effect the release of the machine as above described. I
The lever 234 carries a pin 274 projecting into a slot 275 formed in an arm 276 loosely mounted on a stud 277. The rear end of the arm 276 carries a flange or projection 278 normally resting on the edge 279 and ab'ove a shoulder 280 of the lever 258. The slot 275 is eccentric with thel stud 235 so that when the lever 234is rocked clockwise by the disk 229 as above described, the arm 27 6 is rocked counter clockwise thereby moving its projection 278l in engagement with the shoulder 280 on the lever 258, to lock the lever 258 and shaft 259 in moved position.
The lever 245 carries a roller 283 (Fig. 18) which when the lever is rocked counter clockwise, as above described, is carried into engagement with the periphery of a cam 284 (Figs. 3, 19 .and 20) rigidly connected by a screw 282 to the disk 228 fast on the sleeve 216. The cam 284 is so constructed that during the operation of the machine.
the lever will be rocked clockwise to normal position thereby moving the link 247 rearward to normal position and the arm 224 to normal locking position. The arm 224 will then arrest the disk 221 in no'rmal position to disconnect the motor clutch and arrest the disks 228 and 229 in normal position to bring their curved portions or recesses 230 (Fig. 18) into coincidence. The spring 237 then rocks the lever 234 back to normal position, and at the same time movement of the pin 274 in the slot 275 raises the arm 276 thereby moving the projection 278 out vof engagement with the shoulder 280 on the lever 258. 1Whenthis flange 278 is moved out of engagement with the shoulder 280 the spring 69 (Fig. 5) for the selected issuing mechanism rocks the frame 62 to normal position. During this movement of the frame 62 the rear edge of the cross 'bar 267 of the frame is in engagement with the finger 265 of the corresponding arm 264 and rocks the shaft 259 and lever 258 to normal position; ll`he movement of the frame 62 to normal position .also moves the operated key 65 outwardly to normal position.
The rear edge of the pawl 263 engages the vertical edge 254 of the link 247 so that when the link 247 is moved forwardly to effect the release of the uiachine, as above described, the pawl 263 is rocked counter clockwise against the action of its spring 290 which is compressed between a lug 291 on the lever 258 and a projection 292 on the pawl. After 'the lug 255 is moved out of engagement withthe edge 254 of the link 247 the pawl' 263 and lever 258 are rocked slightly fart-her so that the lower end of the pawl 263 projects slightly below the upper edge of the lug 255. It can therefore be seen that when the link 247 is moved rearwardly near the end of the operation of the machine the rear edge of the pawl 263 will engage the forward edge or surface of the lug 255, the lug 255 thereby moving to normal position but between the edge 254 of the link 247 and the rear edge of the pawl 263. This construction is provided so that the operator cannot retain his finger on 'the operatedkey-65 until after the end of the operation of the machine and therefore effect an immediate second operation. Should the operator retain his finger on the operated key until the end of the opera'- tion of the machine and then relcase the` normal position by its spring 291 to carryil;
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^ its lower end into normal engagement with vthis shaft. be retained in the upper edge of the lug 255. Therefore when thesame or another key is pressed in the machine is released, as afbove described.
The electric driving device may not of itself quite bring the operating parts back to home position and the following described device is employed to insure the accomplishment of this result. A roller 296 (Figs. 19 and 20) is mounted on the upper end of an arm 297 (Figs. 3, 18 and 20) and engages the periphery of a disk 295 fastened to the disk 228 and hence to the sleeve 216 by the screw 282. The arm 297 at its lower end is pivotally mounted on the left hand side frame of the machine and a spring 298 which is connected at its rear end to the arm 297 and at its forward end to a stud on the frame 54 retains the roller 296 in engagement with the periphery of the cam 295. This cam 295 is so constructed that during operation of the machine the arm 297 is rocked counter clockwise (Fig. 18) thereby increasing the tension ofthe spring 298.
Just as the shoulder 227 on the disk 221 en-I gages the nose 226 of the locking lever 224 the center of the roller 296 passes the highest point of the cam 295 and engages the nearly radial edge 300 of the cam thereby assisting the electric motor to move the operating parts to home position.`
Means is provided for alining the shaft 149 in its normal position when the machine is not in operation, it being essential that such position ,so that the sleeve 148 (Figs. 10 and 11) may be coupled selectively to the shaft by the clutch members 150. `This means comprises an arm 303 (Fig. 18) which at its upper end is pivotally mounted on the left hand side frame 54 of the machine. and at its lower end carries a roller 304 normally engaging in a Vshaped notch 305 formed in a. disk 306 fast on the shaft 149. A tensioned spring 307 is pivotally connected at its rear end to the arm 303 and at its forward end to `a pin on the side frame 54, yieldingly to retain the rolier 304 in engagement with the notch 305 when the machine is not in operation and thereby properlyaline theshaft 149.
The machine is also equipped with a de- Vice for manually ope-rating it incase the machine is not provided with the `electric motor or in case the motor is attached and fails to operate. The manual operating device is shown in Figs. 21 and 22 and comprises a crank handle 313 slidably mounted on a. stu'd 31.4 projecting from the right hand side frame 54 of the machine. Also loosely mounted on the stud 314 isa pinion "315 meshing with a gear 316 loosely mounted on a stud 317. The gear 316 in turn meshes with a gear 318 rigidly mounted on a stud 319 pro]ecting from the right hand disk or head 51 (Fig. 15) of the electrocylinder 45.
The hub 320 of the pin 315 and the hub 323 of-the crank handle 313' are so constructed that When the handle is moved toward the frame 54 the handle becomes clutched to the ear 315. It can be seen that when the handle is clutched to the gear 315 it is necessary to give the handle two complete rotations in order to impart one complete rotation to the electrocylinder 45, the gears 316 and 318 having twice as many teeth as the pinion 315. i/Vhen the machine is operated by the crank handle the electrocylinder 48 and the shaft 149 are operated through the gears 222, 223, and 232 (Fig. 18) in the same manner as when the machine is operated by the electric motor. When the machine is operated by the electric motor the handle is disconnected from the pinion 315 so that the handle will not be rotated.
It is thought that the above detailed description is sufficient for a complete understanding of the present invention.y Briefly, it can be seen that .the machine Ycomprises a plurality of ticket print-ing and issuing mechanisms adapted to be operated by a common operating mechanism. The desired printing and issuing mechanism is selected for operation by pressing in the corresponding key 65. The depression of the key also couples the operating device shown in Figs. 5, 9, 10 and 11 for operating the inking means, the movable knife 167 and the consecutive counter 190 of the selected issuing mechanism to the operating shaft 149. The operation of the key also effects the release of the machine through the rocking of the corresponding frame 62 which rocks the shaft 259 and lever 258 to effect operation of the motor locking device shown in Figs. 18 and 19. During the. operation of the machine the electrocylinders 45 and 48 are rotated to feed and print a ticket on the selected ticket strip and then tlie movable knife 167 is operated to sever the ticket from the strip. At the end of the operation of the machine when the motor locking mechanism is restored topnormal locking position the spring 69 (Fig. 5) rocks the frame 62 andV4 moves the o-perated key 65 to normal position.
Vhile the form of mechanism herein shown and described is admirably adapted to fulfil the objects primarily stated, it is to be understood that it is'not intended to confine the invention to the one form of embodiment herein shown as itis susceptible of embodiment in various forms all coming within the scope of the claims which follow.
)Vhat is claimed is: l
1. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a feeding device' common toa plurality of ticket strips fed from stationary supply rolls and normally out of feeding relation therewith. of means for selectively establishing feeding relation between any desired strip and said device whereby the selected strip is fed, and manipulative devices, one foreach strip, for operating said means.
2. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a feeding device common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a coperating feedin member forl each ticket strip and norma ly out of engagement with the common feeding device, and keys, `one for each member, forv selectively moving any desired member into engagement with said feeding device to feed the corresponding ticket strip.
3. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a feeding device common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a coperat- '.ing feeding member for each ticket strip and normally out of engagement with said feeding device, independent frames carrying said members, and independent manipulative devices, one for each frame, for rocking the fr anies to move the desired feeding member into` engagement with said feeding device.
4. In a machine of. the class described, the .combination with a feeding device common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a coperating feeding member for each ticket strip and normally out of engagement therewith,
manipulative devices for selectively moving any desired member into engagement with said feeding device tofeed the corresponding ticket strip, and means for retaining the selected member in engagement with said feeding device while the selected strip is being fed.. l' y 5.A In a machine of the class described, the combination With a feeding device common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a coperating feeding member for each ticket strip and'normally out of engagement therewith, manipulative devices for selectively moving any desired member into engagement with said feeding device to feed the correspondiiig.- ticket strip, means for retaining the'sen lected member in engagement with said feeding device while the selected 'strip is being fed, and means'for moving the selected member out of engagement with the feeding device.
6. In a machine of theclass described, the combination with a feeding device common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a coperating feeding member for each ticket strip and normally out of engagement therewith,
manipulative devices for selectively i'noving any desired member into engagement ,with said feeding device to feed the corresponding ticket strip, means for retaining'tlie selected member in engagement with said feeding device while the selected strip is being fed, and spring means for moving the selected member out of engagement with the feeding device.
7. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a feeding device common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a coperatftaining the selected frame in rocked position when the strip is being fed.
8. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a feeding cylinder common to a plurality of ticket strips, of coperating rollers, one for each strip, and normally out of engagement with the feeding cylinder, independent frames carrying said rollers, a rod carrying said frames, and manipulative means for rocking any desired frame on said rod to move the corresponding roller into engagement with said feeding cylinder. l
9. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a feeding cylinder common to a plurality of ticket strips, of coperatiiig rollers, one for each strip, and normally out of engagement with the feeding cylinder, independent frames carrying said rollers, a rod carrying said frames. keys,
one for each frame, for rocking any desired frame on said rod to move the corresponding roller into engagement with said feeding cylinder.
l0. In a machine` of the class described, the combinationwitli afeeding cylinder vcommon to a plurality of ticketstrips, of
ing cylinder, and means for retaining the selected frame iii moved position while the ticket strip is being fed.
1l. In a machine of the class described. the combination with two feeding cylinders common to a plurality of ticket stripsnof a pair of feeding rollers, one for each ticket strip, and normally out of feeding relation with the corresponding feeding cylinders, and manually operated means for establishing feeding relation between the rollers of any desired pair and the feeding cylinders to feed the corresponding ticket strip.
12. In a machine of the class described, the combination with two feeding cylinders common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a pair of feeding rollers for each ticket strip normally out of feeding relation iis `with the correspondingI feeding cylinders, s
the feeding cylinders to feed the corresponding ticket strip.
13. In a machine of the class described, the combination with tivo feeding cylinders common to a plurality of ticket Strips, of a pair of feeding rollers for each ticket strip and normally out of feeding relation with the corresponding feeding cylinders, independent frames carrying the pairs of rollers, and mounted on a common axis, and manipulative means for rocking any desired frame to move the corresponding pair of rollers intoI feeding relation With the feeding cylinders.
14s In a machine of the class described, the combination with tWo feeding cylinders common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a pair of feeding rollers for each ticket strip, and normally out of feeding relation With the corresponding feeding cylinders, independent frames carrying the pairs of rollers, and mounted on a conmion axis, manipulative means for rocking any desired frame to move lthe corresponding pair of rollers into feeding relation with the feeding cylinders, and means for retaining the frame in normal position while the strip is being fed. f
15. In a machine of the class described, the combination with tivo feeding cylinders common to a plurality of ticket strips, of a pair of feeding rollers for each ticket strip, p
and normally out of feeding relation With the corresponding feeding cylinders, independent frames carrying the pairs of rollers, and mounted on a common axis, manipulative means for rocking any desired frame to move the corresponding pair of rollers into feeding relation with the feeding cylinders, means for retaining the selected frame in moved position While the strip is being fed, and means for moving the selected frame'to normal position after the strip has been fed. 16. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a rmain operating mechanism, of normallyv effective locking means therefor, feeding means for a plurality of ticket strips and operated by the opplurality of rollers for each of the ticket strips, cooperating livitln the feeding means, separate frames cai'- rying the rollers, manipulative means for selectively operating saidframes to move any desiiedroller into feeding relation with said feeding means, and means actuated by the operated frame for rendering said ylocking means ineffective.
17. In a machine of the class described, the combination with a main operating mechanism,` of normally effective locking means therefor, a feeding cylinder common to a plurality of ticket strips and operated by the main operating mechanism, rollers, one for each ticket strip, for cooperating with said cylinder to feed the corresponding ticket strips, separate frames carrying said rollers, means for selectively operating said frames to move the desired roller into feeding relation Wtih the cylinder, vand means common to said frames and actuated by the selected frame for rendering said locking means ineffective.
18.In a machine of the class described, the combination with a main operating mechanism, of normally effective locking means therefor, feeding `means fora pluralityof ticket strips and operated by the operating mechanism, a plurality of rollers, one for each of the ticket strips, for coperating with the feeding means, separate frames carrying the rollers, manipulative means for selectively operating said frames to move the desired roller into feeding relation with said feeding means, and means actuated by the operated frame for rendering said locking means ineffective, and constructed to retain the voperated A frame in moved position during the operation of the machine.
19. In a machine of the class described, the combination with an invariably moved feeding device common tox a plurality of ticket strips, all of said strips normally being out of feeding relation with the feeding device, a manipulative device for each strip, said manipulative devices being normally ineffective but independently movable to effective position, and means movable with each manipulative device for holding the corresponding ticket strip in feeding relation with the common feeding device when the 4manipulative device is in effective position.
20. In a machine of tlie class described,
ythe combination with an invariably moved feeding cylinder common to a plurality of ticket strips, all -of said strips being normally out of feeding relation. With the cylinder, a` manipulative device for each strip and means operated .by each manipulative device for holding the corresponding ticket strip in feeding relation ivith the cylinder. y
In testimony ivliereof We affix our signatures inthe presence of two Witnesses.
' HENRY CHARLES BANIVLL.
FREDERICK PHILLIPS. iVitnesses T. L. HooPER, E. F. JONES.
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