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    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41JTYPEWRITERS; SELECTIVE PRINTING MECHANISMS, e.g. INK-JET PRINTERS, THERMAL PRINTERS, i.e. MECHANISMS PRINTING OTHERWISE THAN FROM A FORME; CORRECTION OF TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS
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PATENTED JAN. 5, 1904. v
M. I. FISHER. FABRIC MARKING MACHINE.
APPLIUATION FILED MAY 3. 19(11.
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MICHEL J. FISHER, oF UTICA, NEW YORK.
FABRIC-MARKING MACHINE.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Letters Patent No. 748,854, dated January 5, 1904.
Application filed May 3, l90l.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, MICHEL J. FISHER, of
.. Utica, in the county of Oneida, in the State of New York, have invented new and useful Improvements in Fabric-Marking Machines, of which the following, taken in connection with the accompanying drawings, is a full,-
clear, and exact description.
My invention relates to a machine for marking shirts or other garments as a guide to the dling of the garments.
The essential features are an upright supporting-frame, a horizontal table thereon for the garment to be marked, a slide or standard fitted to the frame and adapted to be elevated and depressed thereima plate or turret-head journaled on the upper end of the standard carrying a suitable number of forms or dies for the different sizes of garments, means to rotate the plate at will to bring the proper die. in position to engage with and mark the garment when the slide is depressed, means to lock the plate in position when the proper die is in' low position, and suitable mechanism released or tripped by the foot to depress the standard to effect the desired op" eration ofmarking the garment. A carbon ribbon on suitable rollers is preferably used to impress the garment with a substantially indelible mark. This ribbon may be sup-y The mark must be clear and not easily erased by the -hanp Serial No. 58,560. lNo model.)
Figures I and II are respectively front and l side elevations of my machine. Fig. III is an enlarged elevation showing the lever, ec-
sections at right angles tothe preceding, in
which the parts are shown in dierent positions. Fig. Vl is a section of a detail to show means for locking the former-plate'- inl position. Figs. VII and VIII are respectively side elevation and top plan of' the trippinglever. Fig. IX illustrates a modification in arrangement of ribbon.
In the figures, l indicates the upright frame on suitable legs 2, carrying the horizontal table 3 for the garment arranged at a suitable height for the operator; 4, the slides or ways on the back of the frame for the standard 6, carrying at its upper end on journal 7 the rotatable former-plate or turret-head 8, having the desirable number of dies or forms 9 of dierent sizes. Here four are shown, consisting of the base-plate l1 and the metallic margin 12, bolted thereto, whose edge is made thin to impress the mark on the garment, but not so sharp as to cut it. For certain uses,
however, this marking margin might be sharpened to effect the cut itself. The formerplate is provided with an integral sleeve 14, fitting the shaft or bearing 7 and notched at its outer end at l5 to correspond to therparticular forms, and on the shaft is keyed aA catch-sleeve 16, carrying the catch 17, having thumb-piece 18 and forcedinwardly to engage With the notches by the spring. 19. When the die is te be changed, the catch is with- ,drawnby hand, releasing the former-plate,
which is then rotated, and the catch, being released, engages with the notch corresponding to the desired die, locking the plate in the desired operative position.
The operation is controlled and effected by the following mechanism: On the frame at somesuitable point is secured the fixed shaft 21,0n which turns freely the d riving-pulley 22,
24 is a collar fixed on theV roo lar 33, fitting the eccentric, is depressed and elevated, bringing down the former-plate and die on the garment through the connectingrod 34, fitting arm 35 on the standard 6 and connected thereto elastically and adjust-ably through the spring 37 and the adjustable collars 38 38. Such connection is better than a positive fixed connection. The movement of the standard and former-plate is eifected through the pulley and eccentric only when the parts are in the position shown in Fig. V, which is controlled by the operator, the parts normally standing in the position shown in Fig. IV.
40 is an arm on the standard carrying the bearing composed of bearing-straps 4l, fitting the eccentric-sleeve 27 and carrying on pin 43 the tripping-lever 44, operated at the will of the operator by treadle 45 and connection 46. This lever is held up into groove 28 by an adjustable spring 47, connected to arm 48 on bearing 41, so that a suitably-formed portion 55 of the lever will engage with notch 50 on latch 29, withdrawing it out of engaging position with pin 23. When the treadle is depressed, the lever `is drawn from engagement with notch 50, latch 29 is forced outwardly to engage with pin 23, and the die is depressed to eect the marking. When the treadle is released, the narrowest part of inclined portion 55 of the lever engages with notch 50, so that it slides along this inclined portion and is withdrawn from engagement, assuming the normal position shown in Fig. IV until the treadle is again depressed. As sleeve 27 rotates, carrying latch 29, notch 50 coming around engages narrowest part of this cut-out 55 on lever and, riding along, is retracted out of engagement with 23.
The thin margin 12 of the die 9 will usually impress a sufficient mark on the fabric;
'but I prefer to add a carbon ribbon forced into engagement with the fabric. Such an arrangement is shown in Fig. II, in which is the ribbon wound on rollers 6l 61 on pins 62 62, journaled in any suitable arm 63 and provided with ratchets 64 64, with which engage dogs 65 65 on the standard 6 to rotate the roller to wind the ribbon step by step at each depression of the standard. The dog on one side may be held out of engagement with ratchet by thumb-screw 66, which may be set as desired. In the arrangement shown in Fig. II the ribbon is forced down onto the fabric resting on the table; but in the preferred arrangement (shown in Fig. 1X) the rollers are below the table, the ribbon passes through slots 67 over antifriction-rollers over the table on which it rests, and the fabric is forced down onto the ribbon by the die.
My machine is strong, simple, and durable and convenient, quick, and effective in operation.
Having thus described my invention, what I claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is-
1. In a fabric-marking machine, the combi! nation of a supportingframe,a table arranged on the front of said frame for the fabric, a standard tted to slide in vertical Ways on the back of the frame, a rotatable former-plate journaled on the upper end of the standard, dies of graded sizes carried on the front of the former-plate and extending over the table, means to lock the former-plate in adjusted position, a carbon ribbon to be engaged by the die when depressed, a treadle to depress the standard and a connection between the treadle and the standard.
2. Inafabric-marking machine, the combination of a su pportingframe,a table arranged on the front thereof for the fabric, a standard fitted to slide in wayson the back of the frame, a rotatable former-plate journaled to the upper end of the standard,dies of various sizes arranged on the former-plate extending over the table, said dies being formed of a base-plate and a thin metallic margin, 'and a latch to engage with notches on the former-plate locking it in adjusted position, and means to depress the standard to bring the die into engagement with the fabric.
3. In afabric-marking machine, the combination of a supporting-frame provided with vertical Ways on its rear face, a horizontal table for the fabric on the front face thereof, a standard tted to slide in said ways, a shaft extending forward from the upper end of the standard, a rotating former-plate provided with an integral sleeve journaled to said shaft, dies of dierent sizes arranged on the former-plate, said sleeve being provided with notches on its face corresponding to said dies, a catch-sleeve keyed on the front end of said shaft, a catch supported in said catch-sleeve, a spring to force said catch rearwardly to engage with said notches, andv means to depress the standard to bringthe dieinto engagement with the fabric.
. 4. In a fabric-marking machine, the combination of a supporting-frame, a table thereon for the fabric, a standard tted to slide in ways in the frame, a die on the standard to engage with the fabric, a pulley-shaft on the frame, a pulley journaled thereon, means to rotate the pulley, an inwardly-extending pin on the pulley, an eccentric journaled on said pulley-shaft, an integral grooved sleeve on the eccentric, a notched latch arranged in said eccentric, aspring to force said latch outwardly, intermittingly to engage with the pulley-pin, an eccentric-collar tted to the eccentric, a connection between said collar and the standard, an arm on the frame, bearingstraps supported on said arm and fitted to the eccentric-sleeve, a tripping-lever pivotally supported on said bearing-straps having an inclined portion adapted to engage with the latch-notch to retract the latch, a spring to hold said tripping-lever into engagement with the eccentric-sleevein said groove to engage with the notch, a treadle and a connection therefrom to depress the tripping-lever.
5. In a fabric-marking machine, the combination of asupporting-frarne provided with vertical ways on its rear face, a horizontal table for the fabric on the front face thereof, a standard fitted to slide in said Ways, a-shaft extending forward from the upper end of the' standard, a rotating former -plate provided with an integral sleeve journaled on said shaft, dies of diderent sizes arranged on the former-plate, said sleeve being provided with notches on its front face corresponding to said dies, a catch-sleeve keyed on the front end of said shaft, a catch supported in said catch-sleeve, a spring to force said catch rearwardly to engage with said notches, a pulleyshaft on the frame, a pulley journaled thereon, means to rotate the pulley, an inwardlyextending pin on the pulley, an eccentric journaled on said pulley-shaft, an integral sleeve on the eccentric, a notched latch arranged in said eccentric, a spring to force `having an inclined portion adapted to engage `with the latch-notch to retract the latch, a
spring to hold said tripping-lever into engagement with the eccentric-sleeve in said groove to engage with the notch, a treadle and a connection therefrom to depress the tripping-lever, y
In testimony whereof I have hereunto 35 signed my name.
MICHEL J. FISHER.v LL. 8.] Witnesses:
C. C. SOHOENECK, E. L. DARLING.
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