US880369A - Tilting turn-table for sound recording and reproducing machines. - Google Patents

Tilting turn-table for sound recording and reproducing machines. Download PDF

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US880369A
US880369A US35377507A US1907353775A US880369A US 880369 A US880369 A US 880369A US 35377507 A US35377507 A US 35377507A US 1907353775 A US1907353775 A US 1907353775A US 880369 A US880369 A US 880369A
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150.880.5369. PATENTED FEB. 25, 1908. w. N. m-zmmsom.

TILT ING TURN TABLE FOR SOUND RECORDING AND REPRODUGING MACHINES.

APPLICATION FILED JAN. 24 1907.

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INV/ENTOR WITNESSES (lizlamz/l/ 5171215011 BY /m f h.-- Y ATTORNEY.

W. N. DENNISON.

TILTING TURN TABLE FOR SOUND RECORDING AND RBPBQDUOING MACHINES.

APPLIOATIOK FILED JAN. 24, 1907.

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' chines, which will permit the turn-table to he wardly facing circular track 1t), concentric ing Spindle without NrTEn STATES PATENT-cl rion.

'WILBURN N. Daxnrsox, or MERCHANTVILLE, NEW JERSEY, ASSIGNOR TO VICTOR TALKING MACHINE COMPANY, A CORPORATION OF NEW JERSEY.

Specification of Letters Ji'ateant.

Patented Feb. 25, 1908.

Application filed January 24-1907- Serial No. 353.776-

To (Illa/17mm it may concern:

Be 1t known that l,'VV1LBURN N. DENNI- and has a diametergreater than the smaller soN, a citizen of the United States, and a resi- 1 diameter of the aperture in the support so as dent oi the borough of .\'lerchantville. county of Camden, andState of New Jersey. have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Tilting 'lurn-Tables for Sound Recording and Reproducing .\lachines, of which the following is a full, complete, and exact disclosure.

One object of this invention is to provide a mounting for a turn-table used with the disk type'of sound recording and reproducing niatilted' out of its normal osition upon its drivringing any undue stress upon the spindle to bend it.

Further objects of my invention are to su portthe turn-table independently of the splndle'by which it is rotated, without having any relative motion between the said parts; to render this portion of the mechanism of a talking machine absolutely noiseless ularly pointed out in the claims and illus- 'trated in the accompanying drawings, in

which Figure 1 is a central vertical section of adevice constructed in accordance with this invention; Fig. 2 is a perspective view of a detail of the device; Fig. 3 is a vertical section of the device showing the turn-table in a tilted position; Fig. 4 is an elevation, partly in section of a central fragmentof the device; and Fig. 5 is a bottom view of Fig. 4'.

Referring to the drawings, the spindle 1 drives the turn-table or record support 2 which is rotatably' mounted as usual in the frame 3 of the nnichinc and is actuated by any suitable means. The record support 2 is prbvided with :1 rent rul aperture 4 and with a downwardly extending hub 5, provided with oppositely d isposed radial slots 6 in the lower edge thereof. The said aperture 4 converges inwardly from hot h sides of the support. The said shaft 1 is provided with a reduced upper end 7 which is threaded to receive a nut 8. The nut 8 is in the form of an elongated cylinder having a screw slot'at its upper end. and, a llange at its lower end which bears against upon the, record support.

tends through the shaft and projects laterally therefrom and engages in the said slots 6 of the record support to form a means of rotating sand support. The lower face of the end of the aperture in the record support,-

The nut also furnishes record support 2 is provided n'zith'a down-' with the support. Rigidly secured to. the shaft 1 below the record support is the disk 11, which is provided with an upwardly facing circular bearing 12 engaging against the said tracks of the record support to carry the same. The upper surface ofthe disk 11 is provided with a central recess 13 into which extends the said hub of the record support. With thisconstruction in'mind it is evident that the record support 2, when tilted upon its bearing, slides longitudinally upon its driving shaft, and the shape of the central aperture of the record support is such that no lateral pressure is brought to bear upon the driving shaft to bend it.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim and desire to protect by Letters Patent of the United States, is:

1. In a. sound recording and reproducing machine, a record su port, means for rotating the same, and a earing for said record support rotated b said means, said record support being free y tiltable away from and towards said bearing.

2. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record support, means for rotating the same, a bearing for said support rotated b said means, said record support being free y movable away from and towards.

said bearing. I

3. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record. support, means'for rotati-n' the same, and a rigid-bearing for said record support, rotated by said means, said. support being freely tiltable away from and 55 the slmuldcrolthe shaft and projects into thelezttending through said aperture, and a bearing for said record support rotated by said spindle, said record support being freely tiltable away 5." In a sound recording and reproducing from and toward said bearing.

' forextending through said aperture, a pro- I rnachine, a

cular bearing je ction upon said spindle engaging saidslot, and a oearing for said record support rotated .by said spindle, said record support being freely tiltable upon said bearing.

7. In a sound recording and reproducing record support provided with a bearing surface and a central aperture, a driving'spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a diskrigidlyifixed upon said spindle and having an upwardlvfacing cirfor said track, said record support being freely tiltable towards and away from said-bearing.

8. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record support provided wi h a downwardly facing bearing surface, a downwardly extending hub provided with a central aperture, a driving spindle therefor extending'through said aperture, and a disk upon said spindle and having an upwardly facing bearing and a central recess in its upper face, said record support being freely tiltable towards and away-from said bearing. l

9. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record support provided with a downwardly facing circular bearing surface, a downwardly extending hub provided with a central aperture and a slot in the lower edge thereof, a driving spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a projection from said spindle engaging in said slot, a disk rigidly fixed upon said spindle, having an upwardly facing bearing for-said bearing surface, and a central recess in its upper face, said record support being freely tiltable away from and towards said bearing.

10. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record support provided with a downwardly facing circular bearing surface a downwardly extendinghub provided with.

a-central aperture and a slot in the lower edge thereof, a driving spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a projection upon said spindle engaging in said slot,

spindle for limiting the motion of said record support long tudinally thereof, a disk rigidly fixed upon said spindle and having an upwardly facing circular bearing for said7bearsupport being freely tiltable from 'said bearing.

means. upon said ing surface and acentral recess in its up face, said record support being freely tilta from and towards said bearing.

11. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record support provided 'witha downwardly extending hub provided with a central aperture and a slot in the lower end thereof, a driving spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a pro ection upon said spindle engaging said slot, said spindle having a reduced upper threaded end, a nut upon said end bearing against the shoulder of said spindle and limiting the upward motion of said record support, a disk rigidly fixed upon said spindle and having an upwardly facing circular bearing for said record support and a centralrecess in its upper face, said record and toward 12. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record support provided with a downwardly facing circular bearing'surface a downwardly extending hub provided with a central aperture and a slot in the lower edge thereof, a driving spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a projection upon said spindle engaging in said slot, said spindle having a reduced upper threa end, an elongated cylindrical nut upon said end bearing against the shoulder of said spindle to limit the upward motion of the record support. and to form a means for retaining a record upon said support, a disk rigidly fixed upon said spindle and having an upwardly facing circular bearing'for said bearing surface and a central recess in its upper face, said record support being freely tiltable from and towards said support.

13. In asound recording and reproducing machine, a record support provided with a central aperture, a driving spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a bearing for said record su port rotated by said spindle, and means or limiting the motion of said record support with respect to said shaft, said means consisting of a nut secured to the end of said shaft and extending into and proecting upwardly from said aperture.

'14. hi a sound recording and reproducing l'nachine, a record support provided with a central aperture, a driving spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a bearing for said record support rotated by said'spindle and means for limiting the motion of said recordsupport with respect :to said shiift,

said record support being freelytiltable with respect to said shaft, said means consisting of a nut secured to the end of said shaft an projecting upwardly from theface of the recdrd support and'adapted to receive a record thereover.

15. In a sound recording and reproducing machine, a record support provided with a central aperture, a driving spindle therefor extending through said aperture, a bearing ded

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