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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D06TREATMENT OF TEXTILES OR THE LIKE; LAUNDERING; FLEXIBLE MATERIALS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • D06FLAUNDERING, DRYING, IRONING, PRESSING OR FOLDING TEXTILE ARTICLES
    • D06F71/00Apparatus for hot-pressing clothes, linen or other textile articles, i.e. wherein there is substantially no relative movement between pressing element and article while pressure is being applied to the article; Similar machines for cold-pressing clothes, linen or other textile articles
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    • D06F71/28Apparatus for hot-pressing clothes, linen or other textile articles, i.e. wherein there is substantially no relative movement between pressing element and article while pressure is being applied to the article; Similar machines for cold-pressing clothes, linen or other textile articles specially adapted for pressing particular garments or parts thereof for pressing sleeves, trousers, or other tubular garments or tubular parts of garments
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E. DAVlS SLEEVE PRESS Sept. 6, 1949.
3 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed Aug. 16, 1946 INV ENTOR.
- ERNEST oAvl s BY W4 ATTORNEYS.
Sept. 6, 1949.
E. DAVIS SLEEVE PRESS 3 Sheets-Sheet 2 Filed Aug. 16, 1946 INVENTOR. ERNEST DAVIS ATTORNEYS E. DAV ls SLEEVE PRES S Sept. 6, 1949.
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Patented Sept. 6, 1949 SLEEVE PRESS Ernest Davis, Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to The Prosperity Company, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y., a
corporation of New York Application August 16, 1946, Serial No. 690,850
11 Claims. 1
This invention relates to garment presses and also presses for ironing the sleeves of garments, as shirt sleeves, and has for its object a pressing mechanism including opposing elements or platens which include or have associated therewith metal envelopes which enclose and fit the article or sleeve, when being pressed, which envelopes press the edges of the sleeves, as well as the sides, from the cuff of the sleeve to the armhole of the shirt and are adjustable to the width and taper of the sleeves. It further has for its object means for automatically adjusting the envelope to the taper and width of the machine. In pressing short sleeves, one pressing operation is necessary, but in pressing longer sleeves, it is necessary to make the shift in a direction lengthwise or axially of the form and sleeve, in order to press a sleeve up to the armhole in two lays.
The invention has for its object primarily mechanism forming part of or associated with the main pressing elements and adjustable to the taper of the sleeve to press the edges of the sleeve on the tapered form when the shift is made to complete the pressing of a long sleeve in two operations, a short sleeve being pressed in one operation.
The invention consists in the novel features and in the combinations and constructions hereinafter set forth and claimed.
In describing this invention, reference is had to the accompanying drawings in which like characters designate corresponding parts in all the views.
Figures 1 and 2 are side elevations, partly in section, of one form of machine embodying this invention, the machine being shown with the form between the pressing elements in pressing position in Figure 1, and as withdrawn from out between the form into position while the sleeve is dressed on the form and removed therefrom in Figure 2.
Figures 3 and 4 are isometric views of the form with a sleeve dressed thereon and the position of the wrappers being shown relative to the taper of the sleeve, when a short sleeve is dressed on the form, and when a long sleeve is dressed on the form, contiguous portions of the operating or shifting mechanism for the edge member being also shown.
Figures 5 and 6 are sectional views, taken on the planes of lines 5-5 and 6-45, respectively, Figures 3 and 4, the contiguous portions of the pressing elements being shown in dotted line.
Figure 7 is a plan view, partly broken away, of
one form of sleeve pressing machine embodying this invention.
Figure 8 is an enlarged view similar to Figures 5 and 6 showing the position assumed by the parts when the pressing elements are closed onto the sleeve and the form.
The construction of the machine itself is substantially the same as in my Patent No. 2,420,818, dated May 20, 1947.
This sleeve press comprises, generally, a flattened sleeve form having one edge tapered to conform to the taper at the seam of the sleeve, pressing elements having relative opening and closing movement between which the sleeve is pressed, while dressed on the form, and provided with a sheet metal envelope located between the pressing elements and carried thereby for receiving the form with the sleeve thereon, the envelope including a U-shaped member folded upon itself with the opposite portions or leaves thereof overlying opposing pressing faces of the pressing elements in heat conducting relation thereto, the elements being internally heated, and an edge member having a head opposite the fold of the former member, the former member having its fold tapered from one end to the other to conform to the tapered edge of the form, the edge member being shiftable relatively to the pressing elements and the folded member toward and from the edge of the form remote from the fold, means for supporting the form and the pressing elements, and means operated thereby for efiecting relative movement of the form and the pressing elements and the envelope in a direction lengthwise or vertically of the form, and means for efiecting relative movement of the edge member toward and from the opposing edge of the form during the relative lengthwise shifting of the form and the pressing elements. Usually and preferably, the form and the pressing elements are mounted in vertical position, and the form is mounted on a support or table, which is shiftable in a horizontal direction to carry the form with the sleeve thereon into and out from between the pressing elements or into and out of the envelope, and is also shiftable vertically, when between the pressing elements and in the envelope, and the pressing elements are open, that is, the relative movement to bring the form and the pressing elements into and out of pressing position, and the relative shifting movement of the sleeve and the pressing elements in a direction lengthwise of the form, are effected by shifting the form.
In the machine, here illustrated, there are two forms, one for each sleeve, these forms being longer sleeve.
upright, arranged in pairs and mounted toshift into and out from between pairs of pressing elements, each pair having envelopes forming the main subject matter of this application. platforms or tables on which the forms are mounted are shiftable vertically to bring the areas of long sleeves as well as short sleeves within the pressing area of the pressing elements. In pressin shorter sleeves, the support or table for the forms is arranged at such elevation that the pressing elements press from the cuff to the armhole of the shirt. When a longer sleeve isbeing pressed, a shift is necessary in order to press the portion of the sleeve adjoining the armhole in a second operation, after the remainder of the portion up to the cult has been pressed. The order of pressing may be reversed. In so :far as this invention is concerned, the machine may be single and press one sleeve at a time instead of double to press both sleeves at the same time. Inso far as this invention is concerned, the vertical shift is relative between the Iorms and pressing elements and their envelopes.
I vdesignates a table on which thesleeve forms 2 are mounted in upright position parallel to each other and arranged so that both sleeves of a shirt may be dressed on both forms to be pressed at the same time. The forms are usually flattened shape in cross-section, one edge 3 of each being inclined or tapered from the upper end of the form to the table I to conform to the taper of the sleeve. The sleeves of such garments as shirts are standard and have a definite taper. "The other edges 4 .of
a the forms are upright. "Obviously, a short sleeve cannot be sleeved on the form as far down as a The table 1 is mounted to shift forward and rearward in order to carry the forms into'and out from between the pressing elements,
as will be presently described, and is also mounted to be elevated and loweredto shift the forms rela tively to the pressing elements, .so that the sleeves onthe forms may be pressed from end to armhole. The forward and rearward shift also performs a function in the conforming of the taper of the envelopes of the pressing elements to the taper of the sleeve during the vertical shift of the form to locate the sleeve for the second pressing operation on a lon sleeve. Y
The table 1! is here shown assupported to swing horizontally or fore-and-aft, as by upright pairs of parallel links 5, there being a pair 01 links on each side of the table. Each link of a pair is pivoted at its upper end at'S to the table andz-at its lower end at 1 to a cross head drigid with a slide, as a tube '9 slidably mounted on a guidafas a pedestal I1) mounted on the base of the machine or on the lloor. Upon giving a forward or rearward impulse to the tab1e,'it is swung forwardly or rearwardly, and in so-doing, the parallel links 7 swing from the dotted line line position (Figure 2) or vice versa. "To elevate or lower the table, the table is givenanupward =or downward impulse, which causes the cross head to slide up or down the pedestal l0. During this operation, the links also While moving with the cross head may swing slightiyto permit the forms position into the full "to shift horizontally slightly and let the tapered edge of the form conform tothe incline or taper of the fold of the envelopes, as will be presently apparent. The thrust of the edgeof the form against the tapered edge of the envelope to be described causes the slight horizontal shift of the form and table.
I l and I2 designate The the
opposing pressing elements or platens. There is a pair for each form 2. The
, The elements II are carried by a head 16, which is carried by an armlfi; which in turn is carried by the pedestal M. The movable pressing elements 12 are actuated toward and from the elements I by suitable power means, as diaphragms in diaphragm chambers 11 carried by the frame and connected to a suitable source of power, as compressed air, the stems I8 of the diahpragms in said chambers thrusting against heads 20 to which the arms I 3 are secured, the heads 20 being secured to the outer sides of the pressing elements I2 of each pair. The pressing movement of the elements 12 is against the reaction of returning springs 21 connected to the arms I3.
The subject matter of this invention-comprises envelopes forming part of the pressing elements and pmvided with means for pressing the edges thereof, which means "is adjustable iand :preferablynautomatieally to the width of the sleeve er to conform to the width of the sleeve and the tapered edge of the sleeve, asthe form :isshift'ed relatively to the pressing elements, when a long sleeve is being pressed; requiring twopl'essing "operations. Each envetope, there being one for each pair of'pre'ssing elements, is carried by one of the pressing elements 1 I, 12 or each pair, and fixed ether-etc betweenthe pressing laces thereof, is of metal and has opposing-portions in heat conducting relation pr flatwi'se relative to "the pressing .-:faces of the elements '5 l 12. Each envelope comprises two members 22, 23, these being of sheet metal, and one being folded upon itself, 'lJ-shaped in general form, providing opposing leaves overlying and opposed to the faces of-the pressing elements and connected by a told 23 con forming to the inclined of tapered edge of "the .form, and the other being an edge member 25 for ironing the edge of the sleeve along the upright edge or the form or the edge of the sleeve opposite the tapered edge eoacting with the told 24 The edge member is also formed of sheet metal and :is doubled upon itself at 26 providing a head, which closes the open side tofthe member 22 and presses the edge 'of the sleeve, when the pressing elements are closed. The memberf23 has a base portion which extends over the face 7 of the pressing element I2 and siidably connect-- ed thereto, so that it may be shifted to carry :its head 26 toward and from the edge of the form, as the form shifts vertically in one direction or the-other.
Ashere shown, the member 23 is shifted by motion transmitting means operated by the vertical shiftingmovem-ent of the'table I. This motion transmitting means, as here shown, consists of a pair of levers 2? pivoted-at 28 to the slide or tube 9, the levers .27 being pivoted at their other ends at 30 to theframe or pedestal I4, and having angular arms 31. The, arm- 3| of the-lowermost lever21 is connected by a spring 3 3.150 the frame at 34 and the arm 3] of the uppermost lever 21 provided with a pin '35 working in a slot in one arm of an upright lever 36 pivoted at 31 between its ends to the standard I4 and pivoted at its other or .upbe'rend at 3.8 to one end of a link 39 eonnected at ditto the rear edge of 'the envelope member as. This. envelope member 23 form with the sleeve is shown as provided with transverse or horizontal slots 42, 43 for receiving pins 44, 45 on the adjacent pressing element l2. The pins 44', 45 secure the envelope member 23 to the pressing element I2. The member 22 is provided with a lip 46 at its open edge which coacts with a rim of each pressing element ii and secured thereto as by screw 22 Thus, the entire envelope is secured to the pressing elements H and 12. The member 22 is resilient and presses in opposite directions against the face of the element H and body portion of the member 23 overlying the face of the element l2. When the pressing elements ll, l2 are open, the members 22 and 23 are also open, due to the resiliency of the member 22, as shown in Figures 5 and 6, this permitting the thereon to be moved between the pressing elements and also to be removed therefrom, after the pressing operation.
During the pressing operation, the inclined or tapered edge of the form holds the tapered edge of the sleeve against the fold of the member 22 and when the pressing elements close,the head 26 of the envelope member 23 presses or smooths the edge of the sleeve opposite that ironed by the fold 24. When a long sleeve is being pressed, the forms are usually so arranged at such a height that the sleeve is pressed first up to the cuff but the pressing elements are short of the armhole end of the sleeve. The member 22 and also the member 23 are then so arranged or adjusted that the fold 24 conforms to the taper of the form or the sleeve thereon, while the head 25 of the member 23 is against the upright edge of the form or the sleeve thereon. Now when the pressing elements II and 12 are opened and the form shifted upwardly, the upward movement of the table I lifts the cross head 1 upward from the lower position, and in so doing, the levers 21 are moved upward, causing the motion to be transferred through the levers 36, links 39 to the envelope member 23, thus shifting its head 26 to the left away from the upright edge of the form. During the upward shift, the wider lower portion of the form moves up between the open pressing elements and the open envelope, and in so doing, the parallel links 5 slightly swing to the left from the position shown in Figure 1, under the push of the tapered fold 24 against the tapered edge of the form or sleeve thereon. The head 26 correspondingly shifts, as before described, to accommodate the increase in width when the base of the form is elevated between the pressing elements II, [2.
What I claim is:
1. A pressing machine including opposing pressing elements having relative opening and closing movements, and an envelope for receiving the article to be pressed, carried by both pressing elements and including a member having opposing portions arranged on the opposing faces of the elements, and an intermediate fold portion connecting like lengthwise edges of the opposing portions of said member, the opposing portions being spaced apart at their opposite edges.
2. A pressing machine including opposing pressing elements having relative opening and closing movements, and an envelope for receiving the article to be pressed, carried by both pressing elements and including two members, one having opposing portions overlying the opposing faces of the elements, and an intermediate fold portion connecting like edges of said opposing portions, the edge of said member opposite the intermediate fold portion being normally open for 6 permitting the article to be placed in and removed from the envelope, and the other of said two members being operable to close the open side of the envelope during the pressing operation, and press the adjacent edge of the article.
3. A pressing machine including opposing pressing elements having relative opening and closing movements, and an envelope for receiving the article to be pressed, carried by both pressing elements and including two members, one
having opposing portions overlying the opposing faces of the elements, and an intermediate fold portion connecting like edges of said opposing portions, the edge of said member opposite the intermediate fold portion being normally open for permitting the article to be placed in and removed from the envelope, and the other of said two members being operable to close the open side of the envelope during the pressing operation, and press the adjacent edge of the article, the intermediate connecting fold being inclined relatively to the lengthwise axis of the envelope and said edge member extending substantially parallel to the axis and adjustable toward and from the intermediate fold portion.
4. A pressing machine including opposing pressing elements having a relative opening and closing movement, and an envelope for receiving the article to be pressed including leaves between the opposing faces of said elements with an intermediate fold portion between like edges of the leaves, the leaves being spaced apart and arranged flatwise relative to opposing faces of the pressing elements, and an edge member opposed to and spaced from the fold between the leaves, the edge member including a head and a flat base portion interposed between one of the leaves and the surface of the adjacent pressing element.
5. In a pressing machine, opposing pressing elements having an opening and closing movement, and an envelope for receiving the article to be pressed, carried by said elements and including a sheet metal, U-shaped member having leaves arranged flatwise-relative to the pressing faces of said pressing elements, said leaves being connected along like edges by an intermediate fold portion.
6. In a pressing machine, opposing pressing elements having an opening and closing movement, and an envelope for receiving the article to be pressed, carried by said elements and including 4 a sheet metal, U-shaped member having leaves arranged flatwise relative to the pressing faces of said pressin elements, said leaves being connected along like edges by an intermediate fold portion, and a member including a head portion movable in the open side of the U formation toward and from the intermediate fold portion.
7. In a sleeve press which includes a flattened sleeve form having one edge tapered to conform to the taper at the seam of the sleeve, pressing elements between which the sleeve is pressed while dressed on the form, an envelope located between the pressing elements and carried thereby, for receiving the form with the sleeve thereon, including. a member folded upon itself, and an edge member in the open edge of the folded member opposite the fold of the folded member, the folded member having its fold tapered to conform to the tapered edge of the form, means for supporting the form and pressing elements and for eifecting relative movement of the form and the pressing elements and the envelope lengthwise of the form, and means for effecting relative movement of the edge member toward bite "the form and the interposed porn oneness and'rmm the opposing edge "of the form during ==me relative lengthwise shifting of the form and the pressing elements.
8. In a sleeve press which includes an upright flattened sleeve form having one edge tapered to bonform to the taper at the seam of the sleeve,
pi essing elements between which the sleeve is pressed while dressed on the form, an envelope located between the pressing elements and carried thereby, for receiving the form with the sleeve thereon, the envelope including a, member folded upon itself, and an edge member having ahead in the open edge of the folded member opposite the fold of the folded member, the folded member having its fold tapered to conform to theta-pered'edge of theform, a Support on which "the form ismounted, the support being mounted "to shift to carry the form into and out of the envelope and also to shift the form lengthwise or axially when in the envelope, mechanism for guiding the support in its shifting movements,
and means operated by said mechanism when raising or lowering the form, to shift the edge member toward or from the fold of the'folded member. r
9. In a sleeve press which includes an upright flattened sleeve form having one edge tapered to conform to the taper at the seam'of the sleeve, 'ssing elements between which the sleeve is pressed while dressed on the form, an envelope pressed while dressed onwthe form,- an envelope located between the pressing elements and carried thereby for receiving the form with the sleeve theron including a member folded upon itself, and an edge member having a head opposite the fold of the folded member, the folded member having its fold tapered to conform to the tapered edge of the form, a support on which the formf.
is mounted, the support being mounted to be shifted vertically and also to swing'horizontaliy in a flattened are into and out of position .be-
tween the-pressinglelements, and located slightly beyond the apex of the are when in position between the pressing elements, whereby the suport and the form thereon is capable of shifting horizontally while itis being elevated and the form is in the envelope, and mechanism fors'guiding the support .in its horizontal arcuate movement and in its vertical movement.
11. me, sleeve press which includes an upright flattened sleeve form having one edge taperedto conform to the taper at the seam of thesleeve, pressing elements between which the sleeve is pressed while dressed on the form, an envelope located between the pressing elements and ear ried thereby for receiving the form with the sleeve thereon including a U-shaped metal' memb'er folded upon itself, an edge member having a 7 head opposite the fold of the folded member,
located between the pressing elements and carr1ed thereby for receiving the form with the sleeve r thereon including a member folded upon itself, and an edge member having a head opposite the fold-of the folded member, the folded member having its fold tapered to conform to the tapered edge of the form, a support on which the form is mounted, the support being mounted to shift to carry the form into and out of the envelope and also to shift vertically when in the envelope, mechanism for guiding the support in its shifting movements, and means operated by "said mechanism when raising or lowering the form to shift the edge member toward or frorn'the fold of the folded member, said mechanism operating to shift the support horizontally by the thrust of the tapered fold against the tapered edge of n of the sleeve thereon, when the support is being elevated or lowered and the form is in the envelope.
10. In a sleeve press which includes an upright flattened sleeve form having one edge tapered to conform to the taper at the seam of the sleeve,
pressing elements between which the sleeve is the folded member having its fold tapered to conform to the tapered edge of the form, the folded member including opposing leaves with the fold connecting them, the leaves overlying the opposing faces of the pressing elements, the edge member being slidably mounted on one of said elements and extending between one of the leaves of the folded member and the element :on 7 1 which the edge member 'is slidably mountediand having a head in the open side of the U formation, the edge member being shiftable edg'e'wisely toward and from the fold of the folded member.
' ERNEST DAVIS.
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