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    • 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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An ironing press suitable for pressing outerwear garments is disclosed. A form-shaped body for carrying an item to be pressed is positioned on a rotatable support table which in turn is mounted on a carriage member movable between a garment mounting station and a pressing station. A plurality of press platens divided into at least two groups are provided. Each group is movable consecutively into pressing position against the shaped body with the individual platen members of each group having no mutual overlap with each other of the garment areas pressed by their ironing surfaces. The groups of platens each overlap in part the area covered by the remaining group so that the entire surface of the article is pressed.

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United States Patent [1 1 I1 11 3,749,292 Engelbart July 31, 1973 IRONING PRESS, IN PARTICULAR FOR 3,144,969 8/1964 Kannegiesser et al. '223/57 X JACKETS AND THE LIKE 3,378,l78 4/1968 Stewart 223/57 [75] Inventor: Wilhelm Engelhart,

Seelscheid-Nackausen, Germany [731 Assignee: Hoffman Rheem Maschinen Gmhll,

. Cologne, Germany [22] Filed: July 31, 1972 [21] Appl. No.: 276,543

[30] Foreign Application Priority Data July 31, 1971 Germany P 21 38 490.7

[52] U.S Cl. 223/57 [51] Int. Cl. D06c 15/00 [58] Field of Search 223/72, 74, 57, 70

[56] References Cited 1 UNITED STATES PATENTS 3,494,516 2/1970 McMillan 223/57 3,486,667 12/1969 McMillan 223/57 Primary Examiner- Geo. V. Larkin Attorney-Neil F. Markva and John C. Smith, Jr.

[57 ABSTRACT An ironing press suitable for pressing outerwear garments is disclosed. A form-shaped body for carrying an item to be pressed is positioned on a rotatable support table which in turn is mounted on a carriage member movable between a garment mounting station and a pressing station. A plurality of press platens divided into at least two groups are provided. Each group is movable consecutively into pressing position against the shaped body with the individual platen members of each group having no mutual overlap with each other of the garment areas pressed by their ironing surfaces. The groups of platens each overlap in part the area covered by the remaining group so that the entire surface of the article is pressed.

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PAIENIEU JUL 3 1 I975 SHEET 2 OF 5 l Lr x k IRONING PRESS, IN PARTICULAR FOR JACKETS AND THE LHKE The invention relates to an ironing press, in particular for jackets and the like, comprising, a shaped body, arranged vertically and being movable between receiving and ironing stations, with an operating and several pressing stations and with press platens provided for horizontal, inclined and vertical operation.

ironing presses are known for ironing front parts, back parts and side parts of outerwear garments through utilization of several operating and pressing stations, these presses having press platens provided for horizontal operation. Such ironing presses are constructed so as to permit only the treatment of a predetermined partial area of an outerwear garment to be ironed. In order to iron outerwear garments in their entirety, it is necessary to make use of several ironing presses; after part of the garment has been ironed, the garment must be transferred to the shaped body of another ironing press. When this is done, the proper fit of the garment on the shaped body may be changed, thereby requiring additional aligning operations. Moreover, the multiple handling or garments, i.e., transfer and fitting, as well as the use of several machines involves a considerable expenditure of capital and labor.

It is also known to iron certain articles of clothing such as coats, apron dresses, lingerie, shirts, etc. in one operation. To accomplish this, press platens extending uniformly over the total length of the garment are utilized, and the design of the length and width of the platens is such that the garment is entirely enclosed by the platens upon their closure, in the same way that a corset would press the garment against the shaped body. The seams between the press platens run in a vertical direction since the clothing is ironed in an up-down direction in strips. Ironing of clothing in this manner may be successfully done with clothing of a specific type, for example, shirts, lingerie, coats and apron dresses.

Ironing of large areas of a garment in this way cannot be successfully accomplished with an article of clothing intended as outerwear, because due to its lining and padding at various locations, it displays different thicknesses. In trying to iron large areas of such a garment by employing large surface press platens, deficiencies will arise because different surface parts of the clothing generally also call for different ironing operations as regards the amount of pressure, direction of the pressure, etc. As a result, it has been preferred in the case of outwear such as jackets, etc. having different linings at different locations, to use, in spite of a greater expenditure, a plurality of ironing presses each of which irons only a part of the garment. The fact must then be accepted, however, that for the ironing of each surface, the garment must be transferred to the shaped body of another ironing press.

It is an object of the present invention to create an ironing press of the type mentioned at the outset to iron a jacket or the like, which press may be operated with great speed, high efficiency and reliability to produce high quality ironing work, and which permits an easy adaptation to the changing requirements of ironing completely different fabrics and articles of clothing requiring different treatment.

In accordance with the present invention, there is provided an ironing press having a plurality of groups or arrangements of two or more press platens, wherein these groups are capable of being consecutively actuated from a non-pressure position to a pressure position against the shaped body carrying the garment, and back again to a non-pressure position. The press platens in each group do not overlap one anothel, but the total area covered by the platens in one group partially overlaps the area covered by the other groups.

Due to such a design of the ironing press, it is possible to iron clothing, in particular outerwear such as jackets and the like, in one coherent operation even if different cuts and sizes of the outerwear must be treated and to exclude marking due to formation of creases or displacements at the transition points of the individual ironing press platens. It is furthermore possible to carry out a number of ironing operations not only on the lapels, back, shoulder parts, and collar, but also in the area of the sleeve, pocket, flap and division plates without the occurrence of a displacement of the material to be ironed or the formation of creases. All the surfaces to be ironed on an outerwear garment are quickly treated by means of the groups of overlapping press platens which are applied consecutively to the garment while it is on the same shaped body.

It is also possible with the arrangement of the ironing press according to the invention to iron in a quick cycle operation. With the existence of specially designed press platens for styling, back, collar, sleeve, shoulder, flap, and slash portions (portions having an ornamental slit) of the garment which are capable of being pressed against the up-right positioned form-shaped body, correspondingly round surfaces of the garment with transitions to the side parts may be ironed in one operation. Due to the vertical position of the form-shaped body, and also to the individual press platens which, however, partly overlap, it is possible to carry out the ironing work, so that the back part and the other side parts of the jacket under treatment do not change their form. The possibility that the material to be ironed will be displaced on the shaped body is small. Even with the use of strongly profiled form-shaped bodies for ironing, the formation of mispressures as well as the formation of creases is eliminated. On account of the vertical feed of the shaped body, the possibilities created for arranging the press platens are favorable. A simple construction results in a robust ironing press design.

It is advantageous to provide several groups of press platens with platens provided for individual parts of the garment offset with respect to each other concerning their individual ironing surfaces. Among the press platens for specific garment parts are provided some for the region of the flaps and/or the lateral and/or rear slash area of the jacket as well as for the lower and upper lapel area. These platens may be hinged adjustably and/or pivotably at the structure frame. It is suitable to fit several of these platens at the feed assembly, particularly in an interchangeable manner.

It is convenient to subdivide the shaped body into individual ironing surfaces which cover always only a predetermined area of the shaped body. To this effect, all of the press platens are provided in such a way that the essential pressure movement direction is approximately vertical relative to the essential ironing plane.

The shaped body may be mounted so as to rotate on its displacing device. One may arrest the final position of rotation of the shaped body by means of a stop device. To control the individual press platens and displacing drives, it is possible to provide a cyclic altemating program control.

The invention will now be explained with the aid of the working examples illustrated in the drawings.

FIG. 1 shows a schematic front view of the ironing press.

FIG. 2 shows a diagrammatic longitudinal crossscction taken along line 22 of FIG. 1.

FIGS. 3 and 4 show a schematic cross-section along the lines 33 and 44 of FIG. 1.

FIG. 5 shows an enlargement of the lower section of the supporting table with a stop device.

FIG. 6 is a top view of the supporting table with the two stop positions upon a swing of 180.

Ironing press has a front receiving station 21 and a rear ironing station 22. It is provided with a frame 25 resting on legs 26 adjustable in height. On frame 25 are provided two guides 27 upon which carriage 29 is displaceably carried by means of rollers 28, the carriage being arrestable and capable of being rotated about 180) For its displacement drive, there is provided a shifting cylinder 30, the piston rod 31 of which engages at carriage 29.

Carriage 29 carries the vertically disposed form shaped body 34 consisting of shaped body elements 35, 36, 37 and 38 which, together with steam chambers, heating coils and flap-shaping press platens 125, 135 and slash-shaping press platens 145, 155, 165 are mounted on the swivelable and lockable supporting table 39. Flap-shaping press platens 125, 135 and slash press platens 145, 155, 165 are secured to telescopic pressure arms and are easily adjustable in height. All the flapand slashshaping platens are provided with a number of the usual passbores allowing steam to be fed from the steam chest through the flap and slash press platens and, via the mentioned bores and the ironing padding, through the item to be pressed as well. The supporting table 39, being rotatably driven by motor 39.7 and lockable, is designed in such a way that a guide bushing 39.2 is mounted at table plate 39.1. (FIG. 5). Cylinder 39.5 is mounted at carriage 29. At its end, cylinder piston rod 39.4 carries the guide piston 39.3 which is guided by a sliding sleeve 39.6. The supporting table 39 is locked by the engagement of the guide piston 39.3 into guide bushing 39.2.

The form shaped body 34 consists of the upper body element 35, the lower body element 36 serving as back panel bottom part and the lower body elements 37 and 38. Its shape is such as to ensure a good fit of the jackets to be ironed, within a certain range of sizes. In the area of collar and sleeves (not illustrated), shaped body top part 35 contains separate chambers with connections for steam, vacuum and blowing.

The individual elements of the shaped body are provided with (not illustrated) steam, condensate and suction connectors, and the sleeve area is provided with a connector for compressed air. The control for steam,- suction and air is realized by the program control unit 202. Thus, it is possible to supply compressed air or suction at different times and at different areas of the shaped body, and to impart either of these via the bodyshaped ironing padding to the item to be pressed for the corresponding effect.

FIG. 2 shows shaped body 34 in the rear pressing station 22. By shifting carriage 29 in FIG. 2 to the right, the shaped body 34 is brought to the front receiving station 21 (dotted position). In pressing station 22, there are provided on a correspondingly designed supporting frame 40, one or two inclined or vertical, swivelable or stationary pressure cylinders 41, 51, 61, 71, 81, 91, 101, 111, 113 for each upper press platen. Their projecting piston rods act in each case on a pressure lever system 46, 56, 66, 76, 86, 96, 106 and traverse 117 respectively. On the pressure lever system and the traverse respectively, there are fitted the steam chest 44, 54, 64, 74, 84, 94, 104, 115 with press platen adjustment 47, 57, 67, 77, 87, 97, 107, 118 to which the shaping press platens concerned Le, 45, 55, 65, 75, 85, 95, 105, and 116, are secured. Thus, by means of the pressure cylinders, it is possible to control the engaging and retracting movement of the press platens and the amount of pressure with which they are brought against the form-shaped body.

Each steam chest 44, 54, 64, 74, 84, 94, 104, 115, 144, 154 is provided with a (not illustrated) steam connection to which, via movable circuits, steam may be fed to heat the steam chests and the press platens. The

shaping press platens are hollow and of open design toward the side closely set on the steam chest. They are profiled in accordance with the fashioning of the parts to be ironed, and the pressure surfaces which are fitted with an ironing padding are provided with a great number of bores for the passage of steam. Between the steam chest and press platen cavity is situated a valve (not illustrated) which permits the steam from the steam chest to pass through the platen concerned and, via the mentioned bores and the ironing padding, through the item to be ironed.

Pressing station 22 is surrounded by a protective and suction casing 181 which is closed except for the side 183 which is open toward the receiving station and which is provided with a connector stub 182 connected in each case to a suction pipe (not illustrated) and is in communication with a blower in order to draw off the steam formed in the pressing chamber and to prevent the same from escaping in the direction of the receiving station 21 or to the rest of the workroom during pressing.

The ironing press 20 is equipped in a manner known per se with appropriate connecting pipes, valves, switches, and the like for the actuation of the different drive cylinders and for feeding steam and applying vacuum to the connecting pipes. Moreover, it is equipped with a program control 202, 203 which is housed in the control cabinet at the left side of the receiving station 21. For example, it is organized as a cardprogrammed control system for several parallel and consecutive programs which are inter-locked with respect to each other and which permit optimum use of the control organs within the machine any of which may be selected by depressing a knob. This control system conventionally operates the supply and disconnection of steam, vacuum, or compressed air at the appropriate points.

At the right side of the receiving station 21, there is fitted holder 220 for the hand steaming and ironing platen 230. It consists of a heatable supporting plate 221 with a thermostatically adjustable switch, steam drier 222, electric connection for a hand steaming platen 230, a steam valve 224 and a steam quantity regulator 225. The hand steaming and ironing platen 230 is deposed on the holder 220 in a convenient position. This hand steaming and ironing platen 230 is light weight preferably below 1000 gm, e.g.,, about 500 to 800 gm. It comprises a bottom plate with steam discharge, an expansion chamber, a steam connector and steam pipe in which heating zones are provided to prevent condensation. Via the expansion chambers and the discharge chamber, steam passes through the discharge bores of the bottom plate into the open air. To protect the hand from thermal radiation, insulation and a lining are provided. The hand protection provided by the insulated padding permits easy handling and manipulation.

Press platen 116 has surfaces overlapping with press platens 95 and 105 respectively and with press platens 45, 55 and 66 respectively. Pressure platens 95 and 105 respectively have common overlapping surfaces with press platens 75 and 85 respectively. The platen provided for the back extends practically over the breadth of the back surface of the upper part of shaped body 35.

The ironing press operates essentially as follows:

Switches 200 and 201 are turned on. After the jacket has been put on the shaped body 34 in the receiving station, and after its proper arrangement thereon, the side slash press platens 145, 155 or the center slash press platen 165 is applied as appropriate. The locking of the supporting table 39 is achieved via a pedal switch. The selection for the garment length may be made via selector switch 199. If necessary, vacuum may be applied during the dressing of the item by actuating the pedal switch 216 until the program starts. If an interruption is desired, the fix-vacuum may be disconnected by pressing push button 198.

By pressing push button 195, carriage 29 with shaped body 34 advances from the receiving station 21 to the ironing station 22, thus being in pressing position. First of all, subject to the selection of the program, the press platen 55 or 65 presses against the shaped body 34 simultaneously with the back press platen 45. Both of them are controlled simultaneously as to their function. Said functions extend over the steps of pressing, ventilating top steam, vacuuming, and blowing.

Upon termination of this part of the program, the press platens selected by the program 45, and 55 or 65 are removed from the shaped body 34, and the next part of the program begins. Collanshaping press platen 116 is lowered onto shaped body 34. At the same time, the two sleeve-shaping press platens 75 and 85, controlled in parallel, are pressed on right and left sides within the sleeve area of the shaped body. The program card controls the operations of pressing, ventilating, top and understeam, vacuuming, blowing and steaming, etc. in such a way that these actions may be applied in different positions of the press platens 116, 75 and 85 or via shaped body 34 to become effective on the item to be pressed. Upon termination of the second part of the program and upon removal of press platens 116, 75 and 85 from the shaped body34, the simultaneous lowering of shoulder-shaping press platens 95 and 105 initiates the next part of the program. Also, the flap press platens 125, 135 and the slash press platens 145, 155 or 165 have been put into operation. Just as in the other parts of the program, pressing, ventilating, top steam, vacumming and blowing, and steaming for the shoulder press platens 95 and 105 are controlled such as to act on the item to be pressed via shouldershaping press platens 95 and 105 or 145, 155 or 165,

or via shaped body 34. The ironing operation is terminated when the flap press platens 125, 135 and the slash press platens 95, have been withdrawn. The shoulder press platens 95, 105 are removed last. Thereafter, the carriage 29 with the shaped body 34 may be automatically withdrawn from the ironing station 22 in order to go to the receiving station 21. When the shaped body 34 has arrived in its final position in the receiving station 21, unlocking may be carried out by means of the pedal switch 213, whereby the supporting table is again rotatable.

I claim:

1. An ironing press suitable for pressing outerwear garments, comprising a form-shaped body for carrying an item to be pressed and a plurality of press platens, said press platens being divided into at least two groups, each group being movable consecutively into pressing position against said shaped body and the individual platen members of each group having no mutual overlap with each other of garment areas pressed by their ironing surfaces, whereas said groups of platens each overlap in part the area covered by the remaining groups whereby the entire surface of the article is pressed.

2. An ironing press according to claim 1, wherein a number of the said press platens is specifically designed to press areas of the garment presenting exterior tailoring modifications including pocket flaps, lateral and rear slash areas and upper and lower lapel areas.

3. An ironing press according to claim 2, further comprising a support table to which a plurality of said press platens are movably attached, said support table carrying said form-shaped body in such a manner to permit said press platens to be pressed against said shaped body.

4. An ironing press according to claim 3, wherein said form-shaped body comprises in its lower portion a generally planar member facing to the rear so as to be contiguous with the rear slash area of a carried garment, and two laterally directed generally planar members being contiguous with the lateral slash and pocket flap areas of a carried garment.

5. An ironing press according to claim 4, wherein said press platens attached to said support table and said members in the lower portion of said shaped body are designed so as to be interchangeable with other like elements, whereby different garment designs may be.

compensated for.

6. An ironing press according to claim 3, wherein said support table carrying the shaped body comprises a carriage member capable of being rotated and moved laterally between a garment mounting station and a pressing station, said carriage member being arrestable at both of said stations as well as in a plurality of positions of rotation.

7. An ironing press according to claim 6, further comprising a cyclic alternating automatic control means for controlling the pressing operation of the individual press platens and the movement of said carriage member between said garment mounting and pressing stations.

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1. An ironing press suitable for pressing outerwear garments, comprising a form-shaped body for carrying an item to be pressed and a plurality of press platens, said press platens being divided into at least two groups, each group being movable consecutively into pressing position against said shaped body and the individual platen members of each group having no mutual overlap with each other of garment areas pressed by their ironing surfaces, whereas said groups of platens each overlap in part the area covered by the remaining groups whereby the entire surface of the article is pressed.
2. An ironing press according to claim 1, wherein a number of the said press platens is specifically designed to press areas of the garment presenting exterior tailoring modifications including pocket flaps, lateral and rear slash areas and upper and lower lapel areas.
2. An ironing press according to claim 2, further comprising a support table to which a plurality of said press platens are movably attached, said support table carrying said form-shaped body in such a manner to permit said press platens to be pressed against said shaped body.
4. An ironing press according to claim 3, wherein said form-shaped body comprises in its lower portion a generally planar member facing to the rear so as to be contiguous with the rear slash area of a carried garment, and two laterally directed generally planar members being contiguous with the lateral slash and pocket flap areas of a carried garment.
5. An ironing press according to claim 4, wherein said press platens attached to said support table and said members in the lower portion of said shaped body are designed so as to be interchangeable with other like elements, whereby different garment designs may be compensated for.
6. An ironing press according to claim 3, wherein said support table carrying the shaped body comprises a carriage member capable of being rotated and moved laterally between a garment mounting station and a pressing station, said carriage member being arrestable at both of said stations as well as in a plurality of positions of rotation.
7. An ironing press according to claim 6, further comprising a cyclic alternating automatic control means for controlling the pressing operation of the individual press platens and the movement of said carriage member between said garment mounting and pressing stations.
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