US1590905A - Lumber-stamping device - Google Patents

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US1590905A
US1590905A US57489A US5743925A US1590905A US 1590905 A US1590905 A US 1590905A US 57489 A US57489 A US 57489A US 5743925 A US5743925 A US 5743925A US 1590905 A US1590905 A US 1590905A
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    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
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June 29 192s. 1,s9o,9o5
J. J. RETTMER LUMBER STAMPINGDEVICE Filed Sept. 19 1925 gmant t,
Jacob JRefimr' I forth over theend'of the stamping member and I therefore mount the holder for the pad on a pair of arms 29, each supported on a bifurcated member between the main body 10 and the arms 11. The bifurcated members are curved and the bifurcation in each is also curved, the said members being pivotally mounted upon a pin 32 extending through said body 10 and connecting the arms 11. The pin 32 is offset from the center of the body 10 and in order to reciprocate the pad over and away from the end of the die member I mount a sleeve 33 on the rod 13 and provide said sleeve with diametrically opposed arms 34 extending through slots 35 in the body 10, and terminating in the bifurcations of the members 30.
' These arms 34 have rollers 36 slipped over their ends'and these rollers roll in the bifurcations and oscillate the ink pad.
In order to permit the device to be used in a close place as-for example on the end of a board which is not flush with the others forming the collection, it is necessary to be able to perform the stamping operation with the ink pad in retracted position remote from the die member and to accomplish this function I provide means for releasing the sleeve 33 from'the rod 13 including a spring projected pin 37 mounted in a support 38 extending through slot 39 in the sleeve 33 and having a top 40 by means of which said pin may be retracted and partially rotated so that the high portions of the support and ly therethrough.
From the foregoing it will be apparent that to stamp or impress indioia upon wood or material of similar character it will only be necessary to apply the projections 12 against the article to be impressed and strike the knob 14 with a hammer or other instrument to drive the raised letters into the material,
myself to what is shown in the drawings and described in the specification but only as indicated in the appended claims.
Having thus fully described my said invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:
1. A device for stamping lumber comprisa body, an operating rod extending through said body and having a knob on one end and having its other end shaped for reception of a diemember, means for preventing rotation between said body and said operating rod, guiding arms extending along said body on opposite sides thereof and forwardly'of the die member for guiding the die member in its operation, antifriction devices on the ends of said guiding arms, inking mechanism for said die member comprising a frame pivotally mounted on said body at one side of the center and adapted to swing to position over, said die member and adapted to be retracted during the application of the die member to an object to be stamped said body having an enlarged bore at the end adjacent the die member, a sleeve in said bore betwecnsaid body and said operating rod, means for causing said sleeve and operating rod to operate together or independently of each other, diametrically opposed arms on said sleeve extending through said body and having ongagement with said inking mechanism whereby when the rod is reciprocated through said body the sleeve will be operated simultaneously and the inking mechanism will be swung into and'out of position to ink said die. member or will slide freely on said operating rod to permit the die member to be operated with the inking mechanism in retracted position, substantially asset forth.
2. A stamping device comprising'a body,
'a rod extending through said body,-a knob on the rearend of said rod, a die member on the forward end of said rod, arms on said body extending in parallel relation alongside said die member for guiding the same said rod having its end polygonally formed and reduced to provide a shoulder about the polygonal formation for engagement'with a polygonal recess in the die member the extremity of said diemember being adapted to seat upon the shoulder formed about the polygonal extremity of the operating rod, substantially as set forth. a i
3. A stamping device comprisinga body, a'rod longitudinally mounted in said body, a slot in said body, a pin on said rod extend ing into said slot for preventing relative rotation between the body and the rod, a knob on one end of said rod, a die member on the opposite end of saidrod, arms on opposite sides of said body extending alongside of and parallel to said die member for guiding the same, means on the end of said arm for preventing slipping of the arm, a sleeve on said operating rod, a recess in said rod beneath said sleeve, a spring projected pin carried by said sleeve and adapted to engage the recess-in the rod for preventing relative movement between the sleeve and rod, arms extending outwardly on said sleeve, rollers on said arms, bifurcated members pivoted on said arms eccentrically to said sleeve for engagement with said rollers, supports extending from said bifurcated member, an inking pad carried at the end of said supports and positioned to engage over the end of said die member and ink the same, substantially as set forth.
4. A stamping device comprising a die member, a support for the die member, a housing for said support, means for inking said die member, and a connecting element between the support and the inking'means operable by the support for actuating the inking means, said connecting element being capable of being temporarily rendered inoperable to permit the die member to be operated while the inking means remains idle, substantially as set forth.
5. A stamping device comprising a die member, a support for the die member, a housing for said supp0rt,means for inking said die member, and a sleeve carried by the support and operable therewith said sleeve having connection with the inking means for operating the same said sleeve being capable of being temporarily rendered inoperable to permit the die member to be operated while the inking means remains idle, substantially as set forth.
'6. A stamping device comprising a die member, a support for the die member, a
housing for said support, means for preventing relative rotation between the housing and support, means pivoted on said housing for inking said die member, a sleeve fixed on the support and movable therewith having operative connection with the inking means for actuating the same, said sleeve being capable of being released from engagement with the support to permit the die member to be operated while the inking means remains idle, substantially as set forth. I
7. A stamping device comprising a die member, a support for the die member, a housing for said support, means for preventing relative rotation between the housing and support, means pivoted on the housing to swing into engagement with the die member for inking the same, a sleeve on the support, a spring projected pin carried by the sleeve for engagement with the support whereby they are caused to movein unison, and arms on said sleeve having operative connection with the inking means for actuating the same said pin being adapted to be retracted to permit the support and die member to move through the sleeve while the inking means remains idle, substantially as set forth.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal at Lufkin, Texas, this 16th day of September, A. D. nineteen hundred and twenty-five.
JACOB J. RETTMER. [1 s.]
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Cited By (4)

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US2908219A (en) * 1954-07-19 1959-10-13 Nat Dairy Prod Corp Automatic package marking device
US3101047A (en) * 1961-04-14 1963-08-20 Bankers & Merchants Inc Stamping device
EP0147622A2 (en) * 1984-01-05 1985-07-10 David Edmund Vance Marking implement
US5152216A (en) * 1990-05-24 1992-10-06 Leonard Bourgeois Apparatus for date-stamping an interior surface of a container

Cited By (5)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2908219A (en) * 1954-07-19 1959-10-13 Nat Dairy Prod Corp Automatic package marking device
US3101047A (en) * 1961-04-14 1963-08-20 Bankers & Merchants Inc Stamping device
EP0147622A2 (en) * 1984-01-05 1985-07-10 David Edmund Vance Marking implement
EP0147622A3 (en) * 1984-01-05 1986-12-03 David Edmund Vance Marking implement
US5152216A (en) * 1990-05-24 1992-10-06 Leonard Bourgeois Apparatus for date-stamping an interior surface of a container

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