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US2110272A
US2110272A US112505A US11250536A US2110272A US 2110272 A US2110272 A US 2110272A US 112505 A US112505 A US 112505A US 11250536 A US11250536 A US 11250536A US 2110272 A US2110272 A US 2110272A
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    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41FPRINTING MACHINES OR PRESSES
    • B41F13/00Common details of rotary presses or machines
    • B41F13/08Cylinders
    • B41F13/10Forme cylinders
    • B41F13/12Registering devices
    • B41F13/14Registering devices with means for displacing the cylinders
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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March 8, 1938. J. l.. MAYER RUNNlNG REGISTER' Filed Nov. 24, 195e 5 Sheets-Sheet 2 :l

INVENTOR I 90h11. Je. marger' jl @JM X ATTORNEY March 8, 1938. 1 MAYER 2,110,272

RUNNING REGISTER .Filed Nov. 24, 1936 s sheets-sheet s Y l; Z4 lNvENToR 301111.51. Trigger BY 2 l ATTORNEY Patented Mar. s, 193s ,l i 2,110,272

- UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE RUNNING REGISTER Johny L. Mayer', Brooklyn, N. Y., assgnor to S; & S. Corrugated Paper Machinery Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y., a corporation of New York Application November 24, 1936, Serial No. 112,505 11 Claims. (Cl. i4-395) This invention relates torunning registers for ister accomplishes angular registration in a rotating members and more particularly relates clockwise or counter-clockwise sense by shifting.

to a novel method ofY and means for providing of the hand lever I2 to the right or left. The

angular and axial adjustment upon a rotating axial adjustment of drum I to the right or left drum such as a printing cylinder.A is accomplishedv by operating the lever I3.' The 5 Running registers are mechanisms for superrotative power is transmitted to drum vIl) by imposing a movement upon the shaft of a rotatdrive gear II through the gear I4 which is seing drum while the drum is in operation to bring cured to the differential housing sleeve I5. Anit into proper relation with sheet blanks operated other gear I6 S'proVided integral With the left io on. Prior running registers were intricate devices end of sleeve I5. Gear I6 accordingly' iS di- 10 requiring individual power operation such as rectlv driven from power gear Il through gear separate motor drives. Involved and'complex I4.

' designs were used, resulting in very expensive A piniOn I'I iS arranged to engage With gear I5- machines. The cost, maintenance and repair of S0 e5 t0 be Continuously driven thereby While prior running registers made them prohibitive for drive gear II Operates-V PoSitVelY driVen pinion small and Simple machinery Where they could I1 S keyed t0 the right el'ld Of the COl'ltIOl Shaft have been employed to special advantagg I8. COIltrOl Shaft I8 iS aCCOIdngly COlltiIluDllSl'y In accordance 'with my present invention, I rotated during the OperetiOn 0f drinn I0- Frie-A provide a simple running register with relatively tion Cone member I9 iS Siidabiy keyed t0 Shaft I8 few component parts, operative from the rotativo as will be hereinafter described in more detail 2o power applied to drive the drum. 'Iwo hand le- So that lever I2 may be used t0 engage either Vers-aye used t0 independently Operate the axial 0f the I'C'JOH `(3031165 20 0l 2| With fICOl 0011y and the angular registering mechanisms, 22, Friction cone 22 may therefore be driven.

It aoo-ordingiynis an .object of my present inin either direction under the control of the opf vention to provide a novel method of and means elatol' from the normal DOWoI' transmitting SYS- i 25 for angoiariy and/or axially registering a Totem. Friction cone 22 is connected with worm 23.

tating member. i Worm 23 meshes with worm gear 24 to rotate Another object of my invention is to provide it in either sense. The rotation of worm gear a novoi running register oontroiied from power 24 produces a relative angular displacement bewhich operates the drum to be registered. tween drum I0 and the gears II and "L The 30 A further object of my present invention is to operation of the angularfadjusting mechanism provide a novel running register of compact and by Worm gear 24 Win be described in full detail simple construction with relatively few compohefemafternents to got out of orden The axial or longitudinal adjustment of drum Those and other objects of my invention-Will Iwhile it is being driven is accomplished by en- 35. become apparent in the following description gaging either of friction cones 25 or 26 with the taken in connection with the drawings, in which: friction Cone 21 by inea-ns of hand lever I3. Ro-

Figure 1 is on eno oievotionai view of o, pro; tation of friction cone 21 in either direction will ferred embodiment of my inventioncause a corresponding rotation of worm 28 to ro- Figure 2 is a vertical cross-sectional iuustratete worm gear 29- The rotation. of worm gear 4o tion through the registering mechanism of Fig.. 29 cooperates with the threaded member 30 to ure -1' axially displace drum IIJ to the right or left in Figure 3 is o oro555eotiona1 view taken along accordance with a predetermined direction of 3-3 of Figure 1 showing the engagement of the rotation 0f Worin gear 29` The Operationl of the angular registration gearing. i axialrregistration of drum I0y will be described 45 Figure 4 is a cross-sectional View taken along fully in Connection With Figure 2. 4-4 of Figure l showing the end elevation of The running register iS appended to one end the manual control for the registering operations; of the firnln -Shaft 3|, and iS Supportei by an and extension bracket 32 connected to the main frame l 5 Figures 5 and 6 are detailed cross-sectional 33 of the machine. Drum shaft 3I is rotatably 50 views of the control mechanism drive. supportedwithin bearing housing 34.

Figure 1 illustrates a preferred arrangement of Figure 2 is a vertical cross-sectional view taken 'the running register of my present invention as centrally through the running register mechaapplied to a rotatable drum I0 normally driven nism. Gear I4 is rotatably supported in bearing by a drive gear II. The illustrated running reghousing 34 by means ofl a sleeve 35 coacting'with 55 l Gear I4 is r be evident to those skilled the inner racers of a pair of roller bearings I6. The outer racers of roller bearings 39 are secured to the housing 34. Sleeve |5 is rigidly connected to gear I4 by bolts 31. Drum shaft 3| is rotatably supported within sleeve by bushings 38. accordingly free to rotate with respect to drum shaft 3|.

The angular adjustment in my present invention is accomplished by means of a novel differ? ential gear connection between the driven gear and the drum shaft 3|, said differential gearing being contained within sleeve I5. The differential gearing comprises four ninety-degree bevel gears 40, 4I, 42, and 43. Bevel gears 40 and 4I are rotatably supported within housing I 5 by means of rod 44, rigidly supported between opposed cylindrical pro'jections `45 and 46 from sleeve I5. Rod 44 is preferably secured into position by means of nuts 41 and washers 49 although other securing means for simplifying the assembly may be employed. Bevel gears and 4I are rotatably mounted upon rod 44 by means of bushings 50. Bevel in position against the inside surface of sleeve I 5 by means of sleeve members 5| and 52. 'Ihe normal rotation of sleeve I5 accordingly carries bevel gears 40 and 4IY around in a circular path as will be understood by those skilled in the art. An extension shaft 53 is pinned to the end of drum shaft 3| and 53 is employed for hereinafter described.

The hub 54 of bevel gear 42 is rotatably sup-y ported in bearing 55 of bracket 32. `The extension shaft 53 projects through the center of the bevel gear`42. The worm gear 24 is keyed to the end of the hub 54 and serves to hold the bevel gear 42 in position. The opposite bevel gear 43 is slidably keyed to drumv shaft 3| by key 56. Bevel gear .43 is held against axial displacement byaprojections 51 and 58 ofthe sleeves 5| andl 52 respectively, and by the washers 59 at the right end of hub 60. f

Y Worm gear 24 is normally interlocked with the worm 23 (seeFigs. 1 and 4). Accordingly, the bevel gear 42, keyed to wormgear 24, is held fixed against rotation. Gear I4, driven by drive gear II, rotates the sleeve I5 and rod 44 to'carry bevel gears 4|i and 4| around bevel gear 42 in a circular path. Since gears 40, 4| and 42 are in constant meshing relationship. and since bevel gear 42 is held against rotation, the bevel gears 40 and 4| will rotate while being carried in a circular path around gear 42. Bevel gear 43 is also intermeshed with bevel gears 40 and 4| and is accordingly rotated thereby. The

tion of drum I0 is accordingly accomplished by keeping bevel ge'ar 42 from rotating through the interlock of worm 23 and worm gear 24, and through the driving of bevel gear 43 by the opposed rotating bevel gears 40 and 4| as will now of rotation of drum I0 is in the same direction as that of the rotation of driven gear I4 and continues in a positive driving relationship solong as bevel gear 42 is held against rotation. 4

The angular adjustment or registration. o-f drum I 0'while.it is being driven is accomplished by causingthe rotation of bevel gea-r 42 during the Ypower transmission betweenl gear I4 and drum III through the differential gearing 40 to 43. The rotation of bevel gear 42 in a. clockwise Or gears 40 and 4| are held in the art. The sense l counter-clockwise sense will either correspondingly add to or subtract from the normal speed of rotation of the idler bevel gears 40 and 4| to correspondingly add to or subtract from the normal angular rotative speed of drum III. In the preferred embodiment, the diameter of bevel gears 42 and 43 are made the same so that an equal angular displacement or increment of motion of bevel gear 43 occurs corresponding to the displacement of the bevel gear 42. `The'angular displacement of bevel gear 42 is accomplished by the rotation of worm gear 24 through worm 23 by operation of the hand lever I2. A clockwise rotation of bevel gear 42 and worm gear 24,1n the illustrated embodiment, will cause an equal but counter-clockwise angular displacement of the bevel gear 43 and the drum I0, and a corresponding reversed relation applies to the counterclockwise rotation of bevel gear 42.

Figure 3 is a cross-sectional view taken along 3 3 of' Figure 1 showing the engagement of bevel gear 42 with idler bevel gears 40 and 4I within the sleeve I5. The pinion |`1keyed to control shaft I8, is shown meshing with the spur gear I6 integral with sleeve I5.

Figure 4 is an end view of the angular adjusting control mechanism as viewed along 4 4 of Y turn is keyed to the friction cone 22. j Figure 5 is a cross-sectional view taken along 5 5 of Figure 4 illustrating the control connection 'of the friction cone member I9 with the control shaft IB and the hand lever I2. The friction cone member I9 has integral therewith friction cones 20 and 2 I, and is slidably keyed to control shaft I8 by a feather key 59. Friction .cone member I9 accordingly rotates with pinion I1 and shaft I8. A split-ring 50 is secured loosely upon an annular recess in thecenterof member I9. Ring 6|) is pivotally connected to rod I2 as shown in more detail in Figure 6.

Figure 6 is an enlarged cross-sectional rview taken along 6 6 of Figure 5'illustrating the preferred connection between control the friction cone member I9. Lever I2 contains a fork 6I which' is pivoted upon pin 62 supported in the bracket 63. The split-ring 60 is set into the annular groove 64 of member I9 and con-` tains projections 65 which are set into the fork 6I. Lever I2 accordingly readily vcontrols the engagement of friction cones 20 or 2| with friction cone 22 while maintaining a rotative connection between pinion I1 and the member I 9.

Optional engagement of either cone 20 or 2| with cone 22 will cause a corresponding clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation of worm gear 24 Lever I2 may be designed to normally remain in neutral or non-engaging position in order to require a manual engagement of the friction cones to change the angular position of worm gear 24 and lcorrespondingly effect the angular registration of drum I I). The power or the angular registration is .obtained fromV t e motive power normally rotating the drum IIJl and is operable only during the rotation thereof. A preferred is to drive the drum III at a slow rate toV test the registration of the drum anda adjust its angular registration by the operation of lever I2 at the reduced speed-in order to save the number of wasted blanks until correct registration is obtained.` Operating lever I2 to the left or the right will cause a clockwise or counter-clockwise operating procedure Y angular shift of drum I0 with respect to the driving gears II or I4. The sense of angular correction of drum IIJ with respect to the operation of lever I2 is predetermined by the relative directions o-f rotation of the component gears of the control mechanism.

In the preferred illustration of my invention, I also include an axial adjustment of the drum IU operable from the common control shaft I8 by a second hand lever I3 (as hereinabove described in connection with Figure 1). The structure for the control of worm 28 and worm gear 29 by lever I3 through friction cone 21 is similar to the control of Worm 23 and worm gear 24 by lever I2, illustrated in Figures 4, 5, and 6. The extension shaft 53 is rotatably connected tov the threaded member 30 by a roller bearing 66 attached to the left end thereof as seen in Fig- 1 ure 2. -A cap 61 protects this end portion. Worm gear 29 is rotatably secured to sleeve 6B projecting from and bolted to the frame 32. An annular ring 69 is secured to the hub 'I0 of worm gear 29 and projects up into a recess formed by sleeve 68 in order to hold gear 29 against axial displacement. The interior of Worm gear 29 and its hub I0 is threaded to coact with the threaded portion of member 30. The threaded member 30 is slidably keyed to the frame 32 by.feather key 1I. Threaded sleeve member 39 is accordingly only movable axially and restrained from rotating. Worm gear 29 is only rotatable and restrained from axial movement.

By causing the worm gear 29 sponse to a control movement of axial control lever I3, the coacting threaded portions of worm gear 29 and sleeve 30 forces the member 39 axially to the right or left in correspondence with the sense of rotation of the gear 29. The thrust bearing- 66, while permitting continuous rotation of extension shaft 53 carries the shaft 53 axially with member 39 to effect the axial or longitudinal adjustment with drum ID as will now be evident to those skilled in the art. Axial registration to the right or left is accomplished by aclockwise or counter-clockwise rotation of the worm gear 29 corresponding to a proper manual shifting of control lever I3.

The angular and axial registration of drum I0 with the mechanism of my present invention may be accomplished simultaneously by corresponding engagement of levers I2 and I3. This adjustment is made While the machine is in operation, preferably at a slow speed.

Although I have illustrated and described a running register embodying both axial and angularmregistration, it is to be understood that the principles disclosed may be used for a running register using a single adjustment such as the angular or the axial for the rotating drum'. A printing drum is generally provided with both the angular and axial adjustments, whilea slotter-head is generally provided only with the angular adjustment. Modifications cf the preferred arrangement of my invention may be made by those skilled in the art without departing from the broader spirit andv scope thereof, and I do not intend to be limited except as set forth in the following claims. i

What is claimed is:

l. A runningregister for a rotatable drum secured to a driven shaft arranged to be rotated by a drive gear comprising a driven gear rotatably mounted on said driven shaft; a first .gear keyed to said driven shaft; a second vgear mounted coaxially with said first gear; mechaf to turn in renism cooperating with said second gear for transmitting rotative power between said driven gear and said driven shaft; and means operable by 'said driven gear for changing the angular position of said second gear for correspondingly controlling the` angular registration of said drum.

2. A running register for a rotatable drum secured to a driven shaft arranged to be rotated by a drive gear comprising a driven gear rotatably mounted on said driven shaft; a first gear slidably keyed to said driven shaft; a second gear mounted coaxially with said iirst gear; mechanisni cooperating with said second gear for transmitting rotative power between said driven gear and said drivenshaft; means for changing the angular position of said second gear for correspondingly controlling the angular registration of said drum, said means being operable by power transmitted to said driven gear; an extension shaft fastened to said driven shaft extending centrally through said second gear; and mechanism operable from said transmitted power for changing the axial position of said drum.

3. A running register for a rotatable drum secured to a driven shaft arranged to be rotated by a drive gear comprising a driven gear rotatably mounted on said driven shaft; a first gear keyed to said driven shaft;.a second gear mounted coaxially With said first gear; mechanism cooperating with said/second gear for transmitting rotative plower'between said driven gear and said driven shaft; means for changing the angular position of said second gear for correspondingly controlling the angular registration of said drum comprising a third gear secured to said second gear, gear means meshing g with said third gear, and means for driving said gear means from said driven gear in either direction.

l. A runningrregister for a rotatable drum secured to a driven shaft arranged to be rotated by a drive gear comprising a driven gear rotatably mounted on said driven shaft; a first gear keyed to said'driven shaft; a second gear mounted coaxially with said first gear; mechanism cooperating with said second gear for transmitting rotatable power between said driven gear and said ydriven shaft comprising a sleeve member attached to and extending from said driven gear, gear means rotatably mounted within said sleeve engaging said first and second gears; and means for changing the angular position of said second gear for correspondingly controlling the angular registration of said drum, said means being operable by powei transmitted to said driven gear.

5. A running register for a rotatable drum securedy to a driven shaft arranged to be rotated by a drive gear comprising a driven gear rotatably mounted on said driven shaft; a first bevel gear keyed to said driven shaft; a second bevel gear mounted coaxially with said first gear; mechanism cooperating with said second gear for transmitting rotative power between said driven gear and said drivenshaft comprising a sleeve member attached to and extending from said driven gear, gear means rotatably mounted within said sleeve engaging said first and second gears; and means for changing the angular positiony of said second gear for correspondingly controlling the angular registration of said drum comprising a worm gear secured to said second gear, a worm meshing with said worm gear, and means for driving said worm from said driven gear in either direction.

.6. A running register for a rotatable drum se.- cured to a driven shaft arranged to be rotated by 'a drive gear comprising a driven gearrotatably mountedy on said'driven shaft; a irst bevel gear`Av keyed to said driven shaft; a second bevel gear mounted coaxially with said rst gear; mecha-4 nism cooperating with saidsecond gear for transmltting rotative power between said drivenrgear and said driven shaft comprising a sleeve member attached to and extending from said driven control shaft and meshing withsaidsleeve gear.

v7. A running register for arota'table drumisecured to a driven shaft arranged to ebe rotated by a drive gear comprising a driven gear rotatably lmounted on said driven shaft; a first bevel gear keyed to said driven shaft; a second bevel gear;v mounted coaxially with said rst gear; `mechaf nism cooperating with saidsecond gear for transmitting rotative power between said driven Agear and said driven shaft comprising a sleeve meinber attached to and extending from said driveny gear, a third and fourth bevel gear rotatably Y mounted within said sleeve engaging said rst and second gears; and means for changing the angular position of said second gear for correspondingly controlling the angular Vregistration of said drum comprising a worm gear securedv to said second gear, a worm meshing with said Worm gear, and meansfor driving said Worm from said' driven gear in either direction comprising a .sleeve gear integral with said sleeve, a control shaft l operatively connectible with said worm, and a pinion rattached to said control shaft and meshing with said sleeve gear, means for rotating said worm in either sense comprising a friction cone member slidabiyv keyed to said control shaft, a friction cone connected to said worm, and a hand lever for operating said friction cone member against said friction cone. Y

8. Airunnnig register for a rotatable drum secured to a driven shaft arranged to be rotated by a ydrive gear comprising a driven gear; a first gear slidabiy keyed to said driven shaft; a second gear mounted coaxially with said first gear; mechanism cooperating with said second gear for transmitting rotative power between said driven gear and said driven shaft comprising a sleevey member attached to and extending from said driven gear, gear means rotatably mounted with-y in said sleeve engaging said first and second gears; means for changing the angular position of said second gear for correspondingly controlling the angular registration of said drum comprising a worm gear 'secured to said second gear, a worm meshing with said worm gear, and means for driving said worm from said driven gear in l either direction, comprising a sleeve gear integral with said sleeve, a control shaft operatively con nectible with said worm, and a pinion attached to said control shaftand meshing with said sleeve gear;` an extension shaft fastened to said driven shaft extending centrally through said second.` gear; and mechanism operable from s aidvcontrol y na worm meshing with a drive gear comprising a driven gear; a first bevel gear slidabiy keyed tosaid shaft; a second bevel gear mounted coaxialiy with said first gear;` mechanism cooperating with said secondgear for transmitting rotative power between said driven gear and said shaft comprising a sleeve member attached. to and extending from` said driven gear, a thirdbevel gear rotatably mounted .within said sleeve engaging said first and second' gears: means for changing `theangular position of said second gear for correspondingly control-I ling the angular registration of said drum comprising a'worm gear secured to said second gear, said worm gear, and means for drivingsaid .worm from said driven gear in either direction including a sleeve gear` integral with said sleeve,a control shaft operatively con-` nectible with said wormfanda pinion'attached to said control shai t and meshing withsaid sleeve gear; an extension shaft fastened to said driven`4 shaft; and mechanism operable from said controlvr shaft for changing the axial position of said drum comprising a second worm gear held against axial'.

displacementgja threaded :sleeve member held-` against angular displacement, said' extension shaft,beingrotatably secured to said threaded member, a. second worm engaged, with said second worm gear, means for rotating said second wenn in-either sensecomprising a friction cone member slidabiy keyed to said control shaft, a

`friction cone connected to said second worm, and

vmeans for engaging said friction cone member with said friction .cone.'.

10; A running register for 'a rotatable securedto a -driven shaft arrangedto be rotated byla drive gear comprising a driven gear, -mechy anism-operable-from said driven gear for chang-- ing the'axialposition of said drum comprising a worm-gear held yagainst 'axial displacement, a threaded sleeve member held against angular displacement, said shaft Abeing rotatably secured to said threaded membena worm engaged with said worm gear,.means for vrotating .said wormzin y either sense comprising a sleeve member attached to and extending from said driven gear, and a. A sleeve. gear integral with said sleeve, a ycontrol shaft operatively connectible with said worm, and a pinion attached to saidcontrol shaft and mesh-` ing with said sleeve gear.v

11; A running registerfor a rotatable drum secured to a driven shaftarranged to be rotated by a drive gear comprising a driven gear, mech--A anism operable from said driven gear for chang-` ing the' axial positionv ofv said drum comprising-` a worm gear held against axial displacement, a threaded sleeve member displacement, said vshaft to said threaded member, a worm engaged with said worm gear,` means tached to and extending from shaft operatively connectible with said worm, a

held against angular l being` rotatably secured for rotating said worm in either sense comprising a sleeve member at`-, said driven gear,` ya sleeve gear integral with `said sleeve, a control pinion attached to said control shaft and mesht ing with said sleeve gear a friction cone member 4slidably keyed to said Acontrol shaft, a friction cone connected to said worm, and a` lever for operating said friction cene member against said friction cone.

JOHN L. MAYERn

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US2425218A (en) * 1944-09-27 1947-08-05 Goss Printing Press Co Ltd Rotary printing press
US2425914A (en) * 1944-03-23 1947-08-19 Duplex Printing Press Co Double adjustment for plate cylinders
US2432550A (en) * 1940-04-06 1947-12-16 Waseige Charles Raymond Screw propeller pitch adjusting device
US2448292A (en) * 1943-10-22 1948-08-31 Cottrell C B & Sons Co Geared adjustment means
US2700903A (en) * 1949-08-17 1955-02-01 Bohme Hans Adjustable gearing
US2729982A (en) * 1954-04-16 1956-01-10 Hamilton Tool Co Governor-drum drive for printing presses
DE1057140B (en) * 1955-07-06 1959-05-14 Albert Schnellpressen To register regulation adjustable differential gear for driving the plate cylinder of rotary printing presses
US2988989A (en) * 1958-08-04 1961-06-20 Earl A Crawford Intaglio dry offset printing press
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US3565006A (en) * 1968-08-29 1971-02-23 Koppers Co Inc Apparatus for changing and indicating the rotary and axial position of a printing member
US4286476A (en) * 1978-12-01 1981-09-01 Bernard Stiff Rotary shaft control apparatus
US4651938A (en) * 1982-09-13 1987-03-24 Memminger Gmbh Elastometric yarn or thread supply apparatus for textile machines, particularly knitting machines

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US2432550A (en) * 1940-04-06 1947-12-16 Waseige Charles Raymond Screw propeller pitch adjusting device
US2448292A (en) * 1943-10-22 1948-08-31 Cottrell C B & Sons Co Geared adjustment means
US2425914A (en) * 1944-03-23 1947-08-19 Duplex Printing Press Co Double adjustment for plate cylinders
US2425218A (en) * 1944-09-27 1947-08-05 Goss Printing Press Co Ltd Rotary printing press
US2700903A (en) * 1949-08-17 1955-02-01 Bohme Hans Adjustable gearing
US2729982A (en) * 1954-04-16 1956-01-10 Hamilton Tool Co Governor-drum drive for printing presses
DE1057140B (en) * 1955-07-06 1959-05-14 Albert Schnellpressen To register regulation adjustable differential gear for driving the plate cylinder of rotary printing presses
US2988989A (en) * 1958-08-04 1961-06-20 Earl A Crawford Intaglio dry offset printing press
DE1240886B (en) * 1964-11-21 1967-05-24 Maschf Augsburg Nuernberg Ag Device on rotary printing machines, in particular rotogravure presses, to the side register adjustment
US3565006A (en) * 1968-08-29 1971-02-23 Koppers Co Inc Apparatus for changing and indicating the rotary and axial position of a printing member
US4286476A (en) * 1978-12-01 1981-09-01 Bernard Stiff Rotary shaft control apparatus
US4651938A (en) * 1982-09-13 1987-03-24 Memminger Gmbh Elastometric yarn or thread supply apparatus for textile machines, particularly knitting machines

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