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WILLIAM- iiyrune, or MARrrr-AsviLLE, Missoula.
IMPROVEMENTIN MACHINES FoR MAKING Boxes FoR LEvAToRs.
Speciiication forming part of lLetters Patent No. 131,648, dated September 24, 1872.
To all lwhom it may concern:
Be it known that I, WILLIAM L. YOUNG,
' of Marthasville, in the county of Warren and JState of Missouri, have invented a new Improvement in Machines for Making Boxes, of which the following is a specification:
rvMy invention 'consists of certain arrangements of apparatus in one machine, whereby I am enabled to perform all the special operations required to make conveyer-flights by power machinery, and govern each particular operation by a standard gage, so that the flight will be much more uniform in respect of thev dimensions, and finished better than when done by hand, besides being made very much cheaper.
`Figure 1 is a plan view of the machine, showing the arrangements of apparatus for beveling the corners and one side of the flights; also for forming the tenons. Fig. 2 is a sectional elevation taken on the .line oo so of Fig. 1. Fig. 3 is 'a side elevation of the jointingdisk and the supports for holding the blanks for beveling the corners. Fig. 4 is a front elevation of the cutter used for beveling the side of the long strips from which the blanks are cut to form the backs of the slats. Fig. 5 is a plan view, and Fig. 6 is a section, of the holder of the strips when being dressed by the cutter, Fig. 4. Fig. 7 is a plan of a blank for two flights, showing its condition preparatory to forming the tenons and then separating completed flights; and Fig. 8 is a plan of the back of a completed flight.
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i I take long strips of wood, previously prel pared in any suitable way, as wide as the widest part of the flights and a little thicker backof the flights. This block is mounted on the carriage merelybecause a carriage is used for anotheroperation, which will be described further on, and because it is not desirable to remove the carriage; but said carriage is stationary while the strips are being planed, they being pushed along the groove A by hand, one after another. B is detachably connected to the carriage by an under-cut or dovetail-shaped groove in the bottom and a correspondingly-shaped seat, G, on the carriage, on which the bed is moved endwise in putting it on or taking it off. The object of having the bed detachably connected to the carriage is to be enabled to remove it readily and put on another holder for the blanks to perform another operation on them by another cutter-head on the mandrel B, and thus utilize saidrnandrel and other adj uncts for two purposes. The strips, after beingdressed, as above described, by the cutter C, are sawed into lengths adapted for two blanks by any suitable sawing apparatus, and they are presented at their corners to the cutters H of an edging device in oblique gages K, first one side up and then the other, and at wboth ends, to dress olf all the corners L of the blanks, as clearly indicated in Figs. 1 and 3. Then the back side of each end is presented to said cutters again in the gage M to form the bevels N. Stops L are provided with the gages K K to regulate the amount to be cut off the corners.
Then the blanks are clamped in a frame of from which the cutter C will, at this time, have 4 been removed. Thefblanks, being in this manner subjected to the said cutter-head, will have the shoulders h and one side of the tenons formed, and the connected tenons of the two will be sawed half off by the middle saw, which is larger than the others. Then, the frame being taken off, turned over, and again pushed along under the saws, the other shoulders, h, and sides fi of the tenons will be formed, and the two blanks will be cut asunder and the batch completed. This frame for holding the blanks is secured ou the carriage E by the plate K and button c'.
The said bed Having thus described my invention, I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent-J 1. The combination of the guides K, stops L', gage M, and cutter H I, constructed as and for the purpose described. 2. The combination `of the cutter-head (consisting of the outer saws e e and a middle saw,
f, projecting beyond the others) and the cut ters g g with the holding-clamp frame a a b b, all constructed as and for the purpose described.
WILLIAM LITTLE YOUNG. Witnesses:
FREDERICK WOESTEMEYER, F. A. SGHABARG.
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