US949935A - Sheet-delivery. - Google Patents

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US949935A
US949935A US48549009A US1909485490A US949935A US 949935 A US949935 A US 949935A US 48549009 A US48549009 A US 48549009A US 1909485490 A US1909485490 A US 1909485490A US 949935 A US949935 A US 949935A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H31/00Pile receivers
    • B65H31/04Pile receivers with movable end support arranged to recede as pile accumulates
    • B65H31/06Pile receivers with movable end support arranged to recede as pile accumulates the articles being piled on edge

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C. B. MAXSUN.

SHEET DELIVERY.

APPLICATION FILED EAILZQ. lace.

Patented Feb. 22, 1910.

4 SHEETS-SHEET 1,

W/rnesses- AiW LL 9/2 4 SHEETS-SHEET 2.

Patented Feb. 22, 1910.

EON FILED EAR. 24, 1999.

0. B. MAXSON.

$535? DELIVERY.

APPLIGA'! V 1.2.51 ii 1" Y 11 1 WlTnesses= C. B MAXSON.

SHE-ET DELIVERY.

uruca'nox FILED K24, 1909.

Patented Feb. 2.2, 1910.

4 SEEETS-SHEET 4.

lnvenror r3. L y

. timed to correspond to the movement of any passage and partial obstruction is consti nnrrnn sTA'rEs PATENTZOFFICE.

CHARLES B. HAXSON, 0F WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND, ASSIGNOR: .OF ONE HALF TO WILLIAM CONRAD! KRAIE-MER AND YHILIP 'WILLIAM DIETLY. BOTH OF ERIE,

Specification of Letters Yatent. Pgiitgilted F 6.1). 22, 1910.

PENNSYLVANIA.

. SHEET-ELEVEBY.

Application filed Hatch 24, 1909. Serial No. 485,490;

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, CIIARLES'B. Mason. a citizen of tin United States; residing in \Vcsterly. in the. county of ii'ashington and State of Rhotle Island, have. invented a new and useful Sheet-Delivery, of which the following is it specification.

My invention relates to the delivery of sheets that come singly from any machine, but more especially to any class of machines where. the sheets follow each other in close on: anti the object of my improvement is to provide a delivery that will work in connection with that class of machines in which the delivery of the sheet is not part of the machine. such as rulinginuchines, calendars, coating machines, 8:0. I attain this object by the. mechanism illustrated inthe accompanying drawings. in Which- Figure l is a side. view; Fig. 2 a top View; Fig. 23 an owl \ltRZ Fi -n l a vertical section of a part of the maritime on the linc A ll. Fig. 52: nntl Fig. 5 :1 detailed View of the partial obstruction of the air pas age.

Similar figures refer to similar parts throughout the several views.

The sirles 1, standards and git-ts 3 constitute thc frame of the machine. The sides 4. end 5. ttlitl bottom 3, together with the swinm'og stop T. constitute the box for reccivi 53ml holding the sheets. The passage 8 receives and tiistrihntts the air from the. pipe 9. The rolls 10 and tapes it constitute :1 port of the. delivery of the machine to which my mechanism is attached. The rolls 12. i i4, anti 1?). tapes l6. deflector 1?. air

tutc the mechanism for controlling the action of the shcei'.

The working of the machine is a follows: sheet is brought by the tapes l1, and deliwred between the rolls it). into contact with the. tapes ill. the tapes 16 receiving their motion from contact with the tapes 11. .When the front edge of the Sheet passes the roll 12. the air hlnst holds itagainst. the tapes 16 until it. reaches the roll 13, when the tapes carry it over and down, the air blast then hulthng'it against the tapes 16 until it passes the roll 14, when the air blast turns the end around the roll 14. keeping it oil the pile/19' ond carrying it, forward as shown at 20. When the back edge of the sheet passes Lhe roll 12, a part of the air 5 blast. passes by the edge of the sheet and strikes the deflector 17, by which it is turnctl downward and strikes upon the top of the sheet and, as the sheet advances. more of the air blast is deflected until the back end of theshcet is released by passing out. of con-' tact with the roll 13 and the tapes 16. The

sheet then forward and strikes the stop 4. which swings forward antigen its return swing strikes the edge of the sheet, putting it back into position. At the same time the air blast. which is now blowing on top of the sheet. has turned the hack end of the sheet tlou'n umi laid it on the ilc 19. This air blast may he flitltle by a l) ou'er attached to vention. but the device for using it does constitute :1 partof my invention.

An air blast supplied from a pipe of any ordinary form and delivered from an open-- ing of the necessary form to produce the.

etlcct described. without any controlling de- 0 rice. ill notprocluce satisfactorv results. as the blast will be full of whirls and irregularities which will defeat the desired cnt'i. To overcome this I place across the air passage. :1. partial obstruction 18. When air under pressure is forced through an opening it expands and flies o'fi' from its line of travel in a series of explosions; the. sheet shown at 20, Fig. 1. flouting on this air current, conforms to this motion with the result thatv it lion's in an unsteady manner, and this ire-rents its proper (leiivery'on the pile if). The uc'iion of the partial obstruction is this :Whcn the air is forced through a number of small holes, located near each 55 other and covering a relatively large area, the air expands in the same manner, but the expansion is from one stream of air town-rd 5 another, and as the intermediate space has no source of supply, except these streams of air, this-expansion is provided for without disturbing the sheet; and while I do not. avoid the action of this natural law, I nocomplish the purpose of carrying the Sheet steadily forward, by so minimizing its ac- '166 tion that the effect on the sheet, is not perceptible. I prefer to use for this purpose a, wire screen, but I do not, limit. myselftp mmmwmt WWW...

the. use 01' thifi, as: vlnilt or a piece of Pit'fu ruled wood (11 llllrlill could be used to produce the result.

W'hat; I r-laim as my invention and dash-e to secure 5y Letters Pate it, is-

1. The combination of an air blast, at line of tapes, the roll 14, a table for Yet-citing the Shea-ts and a stop for arresting the fOT ward motion of the sheet, located in s'mlt relation to each other that. the tapes will carry the sheet in a line of travel toward the tableas fill the roll 14 and the air blast will then t u the sheet into a line of travel. corresponmng to the surface uf the table.

2. The combination of an air blast :1 lineat (2138?, Si""-t?.1lll:ill}' as described; and a dfltector. l0 mall in such relaticn t0 the line of travel of the sheet. that it will change the air bl st. to the oppmite side of the. sheet when the back end of the shec-t paves beyond the direct line of the air blast.

of the air blast. pvrmii: tliv air blast to {in beyond the hm 0i travel of the r lwut and strike upon the klij'lltlt'iut.

mum to thi 3pm "it'QOf I tiave signed my sum: :11 the pn-Hni'u uf ""rit'ri 11g .vifnss ss.

CHARLES R. MAXHOX.

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Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2517388A (en) * 1946-04-04 1950-08-01 Aluminum Co Of America Sheet material handling
US2895552A (en) * 1955-08-10 1959-07-21 John Waldron Corp Transverse web cutting apparatus having sheet delivery mechanism using timed vacuum belts
US4062536A (en) * 1976-09-16 1977-12-13 Ncr Corporation Document air valve
US5671918A (en) * 1994-09-24 1997-09-30 Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Ag Sheet delivery for a sheet-processing machine

Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2517388A (en) * 1946-04-04 1950-08-01 Aluminum Co Of America Sheet material handling
US2895552A (en) * 1955-08-10 1959-07-21 John Waldron Corp Transverse web cutting apparatus having sheet delivery mechanism using timed vacuum belts
US4062536A (en) * 1976-09-16 1977-12-13 Ncr Corporation Document air valve
US5671918A (en) * 1994-09-24 1997-09-30 Heidelberger Druckmaschinen Ag Sheet delivery for a sheet-processing machine

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