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REGISTER MACHINE John E. Wg Greve, Chemnitz, Germany, aligner to Germany Astrawerke Aktiengeaelbchaft. .Uhcmnltg sppucsunn Mms s1, 19:3, seal N. msu
InGermanyApril 5Claima. ((1235-00) The United States patent application Number 624,129 filed July 22, 1932, relates to a multiple register machine, wherein the counting mechanisms are brought into operative position rel- 5 atively to their driving means by a movable frame driven from a special source of power. Adjustable stops are provided for the selection of the counting mechanisms and one of the stops is moved by hand, for instance by keys or by studs previously adjusted on the' paper carriage or on another controlling member, into a position in whichthis stop arrests the lcounting mechanism frame in the operative position corresponding to the selected counting mechanlmn.
The machine is adapted for column operations. wherein the items to be calculated are written suceessively in horizontal'rows and are received by different counting mechanisms whereby vertical columns are formed whose totals can be printed at the foot of the columns from the various counting mechanisms. During these operations, the counting mechanisms or the adjustable stops inter alia may be operated by the lateral projection of the paper carriage or by the movement of another controlling member which carries the studs. It is also possible to work with the machine equally as well and directly in vertical columns and to receive the individual items by different counting mechanisms by operating the latter as before either by means of keys or by the motion of the machine but controlling the sheet vertically and not horizontally.
This invention relates to an improvement which resides in the fact that the counting mechanisms operate in dependence on the vertical control, that is to say the line spacing of the sheet to be printed and that when the sheet is adjusted with respect to the printing line either by means of keys or automatically by the machine, the corresponding counting mechanism will always be brought into operative position. It is immaterial whether the sheet or the writing roller is moved forward or backward.
A constructional form of the machine according to the invention is shown in the accompanying drawings by way of example, in which,
Figure l is a side elevation of the machine, partially in` section;
Figures 2 and 3 are partial front elevations;
Figure 4 shows the linabacing mechanism;
Figure 5 shows the arrangement of the studs, and
Figure 6 shows a working example.
A machine, of which lthe present invention is an improvement, is fully described in the above mentioned application Serial Number 624,129 filed July 22, 1932. In the hereinafter described construction according to the present invention, the said machine is improved by a second alge- 5 braic accumulator whereby the utility of the machine is rendered more extensive.
The control of the counting mec is arrangedinsuchamrnnerthatthemachineis adapted to work with the algebraic accumulators 10 I and II (Fig. 1) separately or with both mechanisms simultaneously, these algebraic accumulatnrs being capable of calculating in the same direction or in opposite directions. The sixteen aocumulators provided in a movable drum under 15 the base platel may also be operated separately and also with each of the two algebraic accumulators or also with both algebraic accumulators simultaneously.
It is possible to print automaticalLv from all accumulatore totals and sub-totals including negative totals in the algebraic accumulators I and II and these totals`may be transferred from one counting mechanism to the other counting mechanism in a known manner.
The counting mechanisms are brought into operative position by keys or automatically during the motion of the machine by studs previously secured to the paper carriage or another member.
Studs 55 (Fig. 1) are the column stops which are adjusted on their guide rod in accordance with the sheet and limit the lateral movement of the paper carriage. The algebraic accumulators I and II are actuated by studs 56 during the lateral movement of the paper carriage while the studs 57 adjust these accumulators either for addition or for subtraction. 'Ihe studs 58 have for their object to disconnect the calculating operation of the accumulators in the respective column. The lower studs 59 belong to the automatic retraction of the carriage. The accumulators provided below the base plate oi' the machine are actuated by studs 34 previously secured to the paper carriage. 'Ihe arrangement of these studs diners from that described in earlier application above referred to in that the studs are mounted loosely in a cage which consists oi two slotted plates 60, 61 secured between the side walls 62, 63. The studs have a projection 34' which prevents the studs from falling through 5 the slots of the plates 60, 81. A slotted plate 64, which is adapted to move in the direction of the arrow above the plate 60, prevents the studs 34 from Jumping out upward. The plate 54 is held inthepositionshowninrigure2byaspring u s when choosing from the dieter trol by '.1 1' and is oved by d in the directi ofthe arrow ii the are to he removed. En the displaced position, the slots ed the plate Se release the projection 9d of the studs so that the studs can be readily removed.
The studs 34 cooperate with the projections 33 of the double levers l? which rotatably mounted on a fw-.zo eocentri mounted it 16. A @ring 43 zito pull the double levers' l? downward until the stop d4 c in with the we v guide te 45. The ui?- ff f-. plstcisprovidedwith adiustable stops 22. 22a in slots. e st 92, 99o are r r fr ed pwi ond the stops 99 belong to the c. dith, etc. oi the o levers l? while thelower stops 22o nrc nit-ed on ythe second, io etc. oi im il, which is positively commotie@ t@ tit@ ,n ultimi? 1; :'i is moved pent the stone so thet im 'loc mbers 5i come in ccntwt with the stom 92 and 23o oson to the seid short whereby the double levers iv'- nre to .auch on extent that the proj ections chut at the The toothed wheel 39 is connected to a hond lever wmch is room plicstim derlei itum'oer rondine.
2in the position shown in Figure 9, the essen tric shan, i6 is ed upwards so that the nron jecticns 93 oi the double levers i7 come within recon oi the studs 3d. Accor to the inven tion, con si: fr." niemmrs ore i .rr shove the studs in operotive position by m oi these ill .fr move up and down-in the slots of the plat/ t9, 9i, are iorced into the lower ,position wherein they act on the double ievem i7 and their projections 33 respectively. The es is, 19 se below the mschine are eed ward end a cross piece 65 which is cctcd to both :les sind is provided with an upw .1, @n cross piece, end il are guided on screws 6'?, and adopted to move in slots, the upper end oi said hentin such fw. iourends oi H n ere guided on a common pin l ugh the slots 73. e stop pin 79 is f -f rod i's drawn by a spring 'i9 against scontro l her 'iii provided with mv-.f controlling :am is rotatably" mounted on a hearing bolt 76, which is' :frin the part 6d, vand is secured to a wheel "lv which cotly engages with a toothed wheel 78. wheel it is rotatably mounted in a im n g @ted in thel arm 66. The said wheel is driven hvj :s square aheit or spindle 79 which'ireely slides'v which is driven by e second sprocket wheel 93.
Esch oi the side wells o2, 63 es a further well ffl-iw the Studs W The toothed neeaeee 94 or 84' between which the platen 85 is rotatably mountedfon the shaft 86.
A toothed wheel 87 is mounted on the shaft 86k and drives a toothed wheel 89 through the medium ot an intermediate wheel 88. The toothed wheel 88 is mounted on a bolt or pin 90 which is secured in the plate 84. The toothed wheel 89 is connected to a vdisk 91 and rotatably mounted on a t 92 which is also rotatably mounted between the plates 84 and 84'. The disk 91 is provided on its periphery with notches 93 wherein a pawl 94 engages which is rotatably mounted' at 95 on a hand lever 96. A pressure spring 97 ment with the notches 93. The pawl 94 is adapted to be disconnected from the disk 91 by;theupper 98 which is designed asa handle. The lever 96 is securely fastened on theshaft`92 which is rotatably mounted between the plates so, 94', and the sprocket wheel 83 is also securely fastened on the said shaft so that by operating the lever 96 both shafts 92 and sprocket wheel 93 oro rotated. It is obvious that by operating the lever 95 when the pawl 9i is engaged, the coup disk 91 will also be rotated and the platen' 95 will likewise be rotated through the medium ci the toothed whls 89, 88 and 8?. When the hond lever 99 is rocked' in the direction of the the platen will thereby be rotated in the tion oi this arrow and the paper provided on will be conveyed in this direction. Vice versa, the coupled lever 96 may also be moved byt the platen by its hand wheel 99 bepositive. when operating the hand lever 96, the square t 'i9 will also be rotated through the mediuml of the f 92 ond the toothed wheel 'Z8 will also be rotated which drives the toothed wheel '77 and will he roteted in the direction oi' the arrow indicsted in Figure 1 through the medium of the chain 83 and the toothed wheels 18. 77. In this the controlling member is shown in suc pi'isition that its mst cam has depressed the control 63 against the tension of its spring 74. For o hereinafter explained reason, the control rods 69, 69, 70 and Il are so wide that they extend over three slots for the studs 34. In order to be able to perform the operation shown in e 9, the studs 34 are inserted in the slots o! theplstes 69,61 inthe mannershowninliiigure 5. In Figure 2, the position of the carriage is such t the Erst series or group oi studs 34 is below the control rods 63 to 7l. With regard to these four studs,A the rstone has been depressed by the control rod 68 thereby rocking the double lever 17 and raising its stop 22 into operative position in which it cooperates with the stop 5l of the chain so that the accumulator 1 isbrought into operative position relatively to its driving members in the known manner. It the lever 96 is now further rotated one division in the direction o1' the arrow, the second control rod 69 will be depressed by the second cam of the controlling member 'Z5 while control rod 68 returns to normal position through the medium of its spring 74. By means of the control rod 69, the next stud 34 of thefiirst row will then be depressed whereby the counting mechanism 4 is brought into operative position. The rockable lever 17 of the rst accumulator has been retracted to normal position again by the spring 43 upon the release of the tion oi the arrow, the controlling member 'I5` 'come the connection by the toothed wheels is i .usualduringthemotilonofthemachine,foriu-` stance,bythelinespacing pawl imandtheline spacingwheel loowhichisrlsidlyaecmedonthe platen. It is advisable to provide a rocking lever 101 which with its roller 102 ensures the accurate positioning of the platen `in that this roller is pressedbyspringlosintothetoothspacesof the wheel. In the present ycaseuthe wheel 100 has sixteen teeth mathe ewpxmm 91 is therefore also provided with sixteen notches 93.
The machine .is specially designed o r built for performing operatiom as shown in Fig. 6. For this reason, thecoupling of the disk 9i with the platen is effected by the pawl94 of the hand lever 96. However, another coupling may also be provided which allows of a complete rotation of the coupling diska'scomparedwiththeabovecoupiing. If the controllingmember 'I6 is then providedwithsixteencams.it'willalsobeableto depress sixteen individual push rods so that all counting mechanisms of thedrum can thereby i be operated without a lateral movement of the paper carriage or stud carrier being necessary.
As alreadv stated, operations-are to be chiefly performed on the machinewhich are shown in Figure 6 and for this purpose, only four control rods are required which are operatedby the controlling member 75; moreover, a fixed controlling member 104 is necessary which extends over four slots of the studs 34. v
In the position shown in Figure 1, the hand lever 9s is in itsy upright end position wmen a limited by a stop (not shown): the coupled lever is adapted tomove Afour divisions in the direction of the arrow. whereupon the inclined cam surface 105 of the pawl 94 comes in contact with a pin 106 which is secured'inthe plate 34 and effects the uncoupling of the pawl 94K. In the position of the lever 96 shown in Fig. 1, Athefirst cam of the controlling member 'l5' is in operative position and theiirstcontrol'rod 68istherefore depressed. The second, third. and fourth -cams operate the control rods 69, 70. 'Il successiveiy. There are three sliiftixm movements from theilrstcamtothefourthcamanddurim the fourth shifting-movement of the lever the fifth cam is brought into operative pontion and extends over the entire width of the control rods and depresses all four control rods simultaneously. By depressim all of the control rods by said fth cam, the vertical-paper feed. and the corresponding platen rotation is no longer effective to control accumulator selection. The selection is then accomplished entirely yunder control of, and by columnar shift of the carriage. It will be observed that at all times the selection of accumulators depends on the depression of control members 68-71 coupled with the lateral displacement of the carriage which brings a particular row of prearranged control studs 34 to effective position depending on the arrangement ofstuds34. Whenanyoneoftheiirstfmir cams on disc 'l5 is effective and its corresponding slide 63-71. h depressed, certain predetermined studs 34 will be eective, while others will be permitted to rise freely, and, therefore. will not control levers 33. When the fth cam ofmemberl5isef!ective,allpins Minanysingle row will be effective vto control levers 33. "By providing a single pin in each column of control plates 60, 61, with said iifth cam eiiective the selectionotatotalizerwill depend entirely upon thelaterai displacement of the carriage. 1f more nrupmiemnneueetwswpsiwmbe effective. The hand lever 96 is provided lateral with an index 107 which moves over a scale 198 having numerals or characters corresponding to the counting mechanisms which are rendered operative in the respective position of the lever 96. l
In order to beable to move the sheet to be in exact relation to the hand lever 96. drum the shaft-92 into a guiding channel are secured to the outermost ends of the steel ted by a cross-piece 113 which bandsill are either or forced out of same 'Ihe plates 84, 84', whichcarrytheplatenandalsotheshaftn, are rockably mounted on screws ilo in the side ers ill. Thepaper carriage is designed in such a manner that a ledger or Journal sheet may be y placed on the guiding plate 118 andpassed around the platen through the medium of the transport rollers 119 while accounts or bills tobeiiiledinareplacedinfrontoftheplaten which is turned back with the ledger sheet. Theacooimtsorbillsarethenmovedunderthe platen on to the guiding plate 115 until they come in contact with the stop 114 whereupon the roller is again moved into the position shown in Figmelandtheaccountorbillinfront isnow ressedbytherollerslllagainsttherolleror sheet. This guiding of'the sebutitisnewbybeing the adjustment or setting of the counting mechanisms.
In order to perform operations according to Figure 6, the studs 34 are placed in their holders shown in Figure 5. The first4 row .o f studs Consumption" and ,in Figure s and the numbers of the algebraic accumulators I and 1IV are indicated at the top of the columns so that it is clearly obvious which bears with its angular end 1141 116, of the paper. When by the hanli lever 96.or by peper suidins plate i Amembers 62. 63 of the so that thc platen can be moved away from the paper pressing rollaccumulators must operate in the respective columns. The added letter U" indicates the amount transferred from the algebraic accumuiators to one of the adding accumulators ony the The account sheet is inserted in the described manner until it comes in contact with the stop 114 ,while the hand lever 96 occupies the position shown in Figure 1 and in which position the index 10'7 points' to "Gas" on the scale. In this position, the first line of the account or bill is in printing position which is also designated "Gas". 'I'he iirst item 137 is now entered in the machine and received by the algebraic accumulator I; the date may also be printed simultaneously with the said item. The paper carriage then moves into the next column and the item 84 is inserted and subtracted from the algebraic accumulator I.
.The accumulator has been automatically shifted by the carriage movement to subtraction and after the next carriage-campement, the difference 53 is printed in the column IConsu.mption. 1n
this column, the rst four studs 34 are under the control rods 66 to il or 104; since, however, only control rod 68 is depressed. the accumulator l is actuated. l the addition, the item 53 is transferred to the accumulator l and the algebraic accumulator I is then again at zero. The paper carriage now moves into the column Amount" and the algebraic accumulator II and accumulator 2 are operated, the algebraic accumulator H by the stud 56 and the accumulator 2 by the stud 34 which is in the second row of holes of the stud carrier owing to this stud being depressed by the control rod 68 during the escapement of the carriage. In the column Amoun the item 7, 95 is now printed which is therefore simultaneously received by the algebraic accumulator H and by the accumulator 2. For the next columns, the algebraic accumulator l1 will always remain in operative position and cooperate therein with another accumulator. After the paper carriage is brought into the column Basic or l.meter charge, the amount 1.00 is printedfwhich is simultaneously received by the algebraic accumulator II and accumulator 3. The return hey of the machine is struck whereby the paper carriage is automatically returned to the starting position and the platen undergoes a line spacing. During the return of the machine, the sheet has been shifted by the pawl 120 (Fig. 4) to the line Water and owing to the positive connection of the lever 96 with the platen, the index 107 now points to Water. The controlv rod 69 is depressed by the rocking movement of the hand lever 96 and the control rod 68 is returned to normal position by its spring 74. The same procedure taires place as previously d escribed and the e algebraic accumulators are used in the respective columns as heretofore. In the columns Consumption" and Amount also vBasic and meter charge the accumulatore 4, 5
and 6 are usedrr'istead of l, 2 and 3, because the former are actuated by the depressed control rod 69. When the last amount oi the line Water is printed, the paper carriage is again returned and the platen is advanced one line. The control rod 'l0 is thereby depressed while the control rod 69 returns tonormal position. The various items for lighting current are now inserted, of which those inthe columns Consumption, Amount also Basic or meter charge are received by the accumulatore 7, 6 and 9, whose studs are actuated bythe control rod 79. The paper carriage moves into the column Lamps at rate wherein the amount 2.50 is written which is received by the algebraic accumulatore 1I as well as by the accumulator 13. The paper carriage now jumps into the column Contact making clocks wherein the amount 0.60 is printed which is also received by the algebraic accumulator II and by the accumulator 14. The studs 34 of the accumulators 13, 14 are actuated by the fixed controlling member 104. 'I'he paper carriage is now returned to the starting position and a line spacing is effected whereby the sheet is adjusted to Power current. The hand lever 96 thereby undergoes a further rocking movement in the direction of the arrow, the control rod 71 is thereby depressed and the control rod 70 returns to normal position. In the same manner as before, the various numbers for power current are now entered. After the amount 2.00 appears in the column Basic and meter charge", the paper carriage moves into the column Payment by instalments" wherein the accumulator 15 is operated in addition to the algebraic accuto the accumulator 16. 'I'he algebraic accumulay tor II is thereby again set to zero.` The accumu-v lator 16 was brought into operative position as its stud 34 came under the fixed controlling member 104. While all -amounts of the bill or account have been received by the algebraic accumulator II and the total is now in the accumulator 16, the accumulators 11, 4, 7l and 10 contain numbers 53, '73, 26, 53 of the column Consumption,
All accounts are made out in the above described manner and when the work is done, the aocumulators 1, 4, 7 and 10 contain the total amounts of the actual consumption of gas, water, lighting current and power current. The accumulators 2, 5, 8 and 1l contain the four totals of the amounts of these categories, the counting mechanisms 3, 6, 9 and l2 contain the four totals of the basic and meter charges, the counting mechanisms 13, 14, 15 contain the actual totals for lamps, contact makingclocks and payment by instalment while the accumulator 16 contains the total of all amounts of the entire accounts or bills. 'Ihese amounts are now printed onl the ledger sheet, the setting of the counting mechanisms by the studs 34 having been made ineffective and the accumulatore being selected by their keys.
If the machine is to be operated only in horizontal rows, the lever 96 is turned back so that the pawl 94 is disconnected owing to the inclined face 105 bearing against the pin 106. As already described, all four control rods 68, 69, 70 and 71 are thereby depressed -so that all studs, which are inserted in the plates 60, 61, are actuated during the movement of the paper carriage.
The gist of the invention resides in the fact that owing to the accumulators being controlled in dependence on the shifting movement of the platen in connection with operations, as shown for example in Fig. 6, all the necessary counting mechanisms are automatically brought into operative position by the motion ofthe machine. The line spacing and the platen of the machine may also.be connected directly to the counting What I claim is:
1. A multiple counter calculating and registering machine comprisinga rotatable drum and accumulators therein, a carriage and a platen on said carriage for feeding a writing sheet laterally and lineby line in the vertical direction, and means controlled by the platen in its line by line movement ci the writing sheet to selectively present the accumulators, in predetermined sequence, in operative position.
2. A multiple counter calculating and registering machine comprising a rotatable drum and eccumulators therein, a carriage and a platen on said carriage for feeding a writing sheet laterally and line by line in the vertical direction, and means controlled in dependence of the line by line movement of the platen to selectively present the counting mechanisms, in predetermined sequence, in operative position, said means including a plurality of movable studs, and members operated during line by line movement oi the platen to operatively position the studs in groups.
3. A multiple counter calculating and registering machine comprising a rotatable drum and accumulatore therein, a carriage and a platen on said carriage for feeding a writing sheet laterally and line by line in the vertical direction, means controlled in dependence oi' the line by line movement of the platen to selectively present the counting m, in predetermined sequence, in operative position, said means including a plurality oi movable studs, members operated during line by lihe'movement of the writingsheet to-op-feratively position the studs in groups, and mehr y bers operated by said studs during the lateral feed of the carriage to control the positioning of the counting mechanisms.
4. A multiple counter calculating and registering machine comprising a rotatable drum and accumulators therein, a carriage and a platen on said carriage for feeding a writing sheet laterally and line by line in the vertical direction, means controlled in dependence ot the line by line movement of the platen to selectively present the counting mechanisms, in predetermined sequence, in operative position, said means including a plurality ot movable studs, and means operated, in part, during the line by line feed movement oi.' the pieten, and in part, during the lateral feed oi' the carriage to operatively position said studs.
5. A multiple coimter calculating and registering machine comprising a rotatable drum and accumulators therein, a carriage and a platen on said carriage for ieeding a writing sheet laterally and line by line in the vertical direction, means controlled in dependence o! the line by line movement o! the platen to selectively present the countingmechanisms, in predeterminedsguence, in operative position, said means including a plurality ot movable studs. means operated, in part, duringthelinebyiinefeedmovementofthe platen,andinpart,duringthslateraliesd ofthe carriage to operatively position said studs. and
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