US1522821A - Spool and bobbin winding apparatus for enameling wire - Google Patents

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US1522821A
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C. JONES ET AL SPOOL AND BOBBIN WINDING APPARATUS FOR ENAMELING WIRE Filed June 30, 1923 I u I ,6 Z/wa-Z 0 A 4 P f l6 6'? 2 .36 4 23 5A 6 a6 7 ll J 9 Q as 5.; .24 .J
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Patented Jan. 13, 1925.
CHARLES JONES AND WILLIAM L. DOYLE, OF EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA.
SPOOL AND BOBBIN NINDING APPARATUS ENAMELING WIRE.
Application filed June 30, 1923.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that we, CHARLES J ONES and "TILLIAM L. DOYLE, citizens of the United States, residing at Easton, in the county of Northampton and State of Pennsylvania, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Spool and Bobbin Winding Apparatus for Enameling Wire; and We do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same.
This invention relates to improvements in feeding and spooling as relating to any machine of any kind or character which feeds and spools any kind of material whether fabric, metal or paper, or other desired material.
An object of the present invention is to provide a suitable apparatus for evenly and efliciently winding spools or bobbins with any desired material.
Another object of the invention is to provide a suitable winding apparatus for spools and bobbins, the same being used in connection with apparatus for any material de sired, but more especially for apparatus for cnameling bare wire.
A further object of the invention is to provide a suitable cam operated reciprocating spool or bobbin carrying frame whereby when wire or material is wound on said spools or bobbins, the same will be equally and evenly distributed thereon.
A still further object of the invention is to provide a spool or bobbin winding apparatus for use in connection with enameled wire, or other suitable material, which will be highly efficient and comparatively inexpensive to manufacture.
Other objects will appear as the description proceeds.
In the accompanying drawings, which form part of our application Fig. 1 is a front elevation of the same showing the source of power for operating the same, and
Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the cam operated rack and pinion means for reciprocating the bobbin or spool holding frame.
Like characters of reference are used throughout the following specification, and the accompanying drawings, to designate the corresponding parts.
A shaft 13 is suitably supported by brack- Serial No. 648,64L
ets 14, and has fixed thereon the spaced pulleys 15 over which the wire 7 passes after the same has been enameled.
A triangular frame or crosshead 16 is mounted in'the bearings 17 and carries on its opposite sides the outwardly extending guide rods 18, which are provided at their outer extremities with the eyes or if-grooves 19, over which the wire 7 is adapted to pass after leaving the pulleys 15.
A shaft 20 is rotatably supported by the brackets 21 and carries plurality of small pulley wheels 22 which are interposed between the pulley wheels 15 and the eyes or F \l-grooves 19 upon the rods 18. i
A support or standard 23 extends outwardly and upwardly forwardly of the frame 16, and is provided with a plurality of spaced transversely extending openings 24; through which are rotatably mounted shafts 25, which in turn carry at their outer ends spools 26 upon which is wound the wire 7. Adjustable spring tensioning means 27 securely hold the said spools in position on the ends of the shafts.
An electric motor 28 is mounted on the bracket'29 and is connected through the gearing 30 to the shaft 31. A pulley 32 is mounted on the shaft 31 and is connected by mans of the belt 33 to the pulley Set on the shaft A pulley 36 is positioned at the opposite end of the shaft and is connected to a small pulley 37 upon the shaft 38 by means of the belt 39. Pulley wheels 4-0 are attached to the shaft 38 and are operatively connected to the pulleys ll on the shafts 25 by means of the belting 42.
A vertically extending shaft at?) connects the motor 28 with the shaft 13 by means of the intermeshing bevel gears 14 at one end of the shaft 43 and the gear 45 at the opposite end.
A worm gear -16 is positioned at the outer end of the shaft 31 and meshes with the worm gear 47. A guide disc 48 is formed integrally with the worm 47 as best illustrated in Fig. 3 of the drawings. A pinion 4:9 is formed integrally with the worm gear 47 and disc a8 and is adapted to rotate alternately on the spaced racks 50 on the rack bar 51. The rack holder 52 is fixed adjacent the rack 50 and has formed at its opposite ends the guide slots 53 through which the fastening means are positioned. The said rack holder is furthermore provided with a cam 5i which has disposed at until it reaches the opposite end of the cam,
whereupon the other resilient arm will force said pin again to a point above the level of the said cam. This operation will take place as long as the motor 28 is running. The cam 54 is slightly bowed so that as the pivoted lever 57 rocks back and forth the fulcruming of the pin will be equalized so that the rack bar 51 will operate practically through a horizontal course.
A pivoted lever 57 is positioned adjacent the rack bar 51 and is connected therewith by means of the screw or bolt 58. The lever 57 is further provided with a longitudinally extending slot 59 in which is positioned the nut 60, which has extending adjijistably through it the screw 61. A connecting rod 62 connects the said nut 60 with the triangular frame or crosshead 16.
From the foregoing description it will be apparent that the stroke or movement of the said frame or crosshead can be adjusted by the screw 61 so that the direct movement may be .had in order to make the wire 7 start to wind another layer on the spools 26 when the winding has reached the proper place, thereby preventing the piling up or uneven winding of the wire.
lVhile we have described our preferred apparatus and mode of operating the same, it will be understood that we do not intend to limit ourselves to the specific construction and combination of parts since many acent said rack, a cam means carried at one end of said rack operable in conjunction with said'cam, a lever connected at the opposite end of said rack, and means for variably adjusting the throw of said lever.
2. A device of the character described, comprising a source of power, a reciprocating rack having internal spaced toothed'sec,-
tions, a pinion cooperating with said toothed portions, a cam adjacent said rack, resilient guide arms at either side of said cam, a cam pin carried by said rack and cooperating with said cam, a lever carried at the opposite end of said rack and an adjustable means for changing throw of said lever. 7
3. A device of the character described, comprising a source of power, a reciprocatingrack provided with oppositely disposed internal toothed sections, a pinion cooperating with said toothed portions, a cam ad-' jacent said rack, resiliently adjustable guide arms at either side of said cam, means carried by said rack for limiting the lateral movement thereof, a lever carried at the opposite end of said rack, and manually operated means for changing the throw of said lever. p
In testimony whereof we affix tures.
CHARLES JONES. WVILLIAM L. DOYLE.
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