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US965437A
US965437A US54305510A US1910543055A US965437A US 965437 A US965437 A US 965437A US 54305510 A US54305510 A US 54305510A US 1910543055 A US1910543055 A US 1910543055A US 965437 A US965437 A US 965437A
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M. 1). BROWN 11. 11. K. BEACH.
BRAIDING MACHINE. APPLICATION FILED r313. 10, 1910.
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MAURICE 1). BROWN, 0F YONKERS, AND HAROLD K. BEACE, OF HASTINGS-UPON- HUDSON, NEW YORK.
BRAIDING-MACHINE Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented July 26, 1910.
Application filed February 10, 1910. Serial No. 543,055.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that we, MArnzion D. Brown and HAROLD K. BEACH, citizens of the United States, residing, respectively, at Yonkers and at Hastings-upon-l-Iudson, in the county of Westchester and State of New York,have invented a new and useful Improvement in Braiding-Machines; and we do hereby declare the following, when taken in connection with the accompanying drawings and the characters of reference marked thereon, to be a full, clear, and exact description of the same, and which said drawings constitute part of this specification, and represent, in
Figure 1 a broken top or plan view of a portion of a braiding machine illustrating our invention. Fig. 2 a vertical sectional view on the line a-b of Fig. 1. Fig. 3 a broken sectional view on the line 0cZ of Fig. 1. Fig. 4 a plan view of one of the operating levers, detached. Fig. 5 a plan view of one of the in and out blocks, detached.
This invention relates to an improvement in braiding machines especially intended for covering wire for electric use, but which may be used, if desired, without a wire or core so as to produce a tubular body.
The object of the invention is a simple and convenient means for moving the spindles, and the invention consists in the particular arrangement of parts as will be hereinafter described and particularly recited in the claims.
In carrying out our invention we employ two plates 2 and 3 arranged in the same plane. These are so mounted and arranged as to form an annular slot l between them. In these plates are a series of radially alined slots 5 in which are mounted in and out blocks 6 carrying spindles 7 on which bobbins 8 are mounted, the blocks being adapted to slide from one plate into the other plate. Below the plates 2 and 3 is a rotary plate 9, and this lower plate 9 carries a series of spindles 10 which extend through the slot 41 so as to travel therein, as the plate 9 is turned. Threads from bobbins 11 car ried by the said plate 9 pass up through these spindles. Pivotally mounted on each spindle 10 beneath the plates 2 and 3 is a lever 12 having a long forwardly projecting nose 13 and at the rear with a left arm lt and a right arm 15 for the purpose as will hereinafter appear.
Any convenient means may be provided for driving the rotary plate 9. As this plate advances, the nose 13 will engage with the block 6 located in the plate 2 and backed up by a pin 16 mounted in the under face of the plate 2, as indicated in position a will crowd the block from the plate 2 into the plate 3, and as it continues in its course the right arm 15 will engage the block which is then in the plate 3 and swing the lever from the position a to the position b, the extent of throw being limited by a stop-pin 17 in the under face of the plate 3. The lever is then in position to engage with the next block in the plate 3 and move that next block from plate 3 to plate 2, and as it continues its movement the left arm 14 will engage the pin 16 and turn the lever to its first posit-ion. Thus the threads from the movable bobbins will be woven with threads from the bobbins carried by the block 6, and these threads are carried up and around a core or wire entered through a centrally arranged opening 18 as common with braiding machines.
WVe claim 1. In a braiding machine, the combination with two upper plates arranged in line and spaced to form an annular slot between them, said plates being also provided with radial slots, in and out blocks adapted to slide in said slots from one plate to the other, spindles carried by said blocks, a rotary plate below said upper plates carrying a series of spindles extending upward through said slot, a swinging lever mounted on each moving spindle, said lever comprising a forwardly projecting nose, and right and left arms by which the in and out blocks are moved from one plate to the other alternating with the movements of the rotary moving spindles.
2. In a braiding machine, the combination with two upper plates arranged in line and spaced to form an annular slot between them, said plates being also provided with radial slots, in and out blocks adapted to slide in said slots from one plate to the other, spindles carried by said blocks, a retary plate below said upper plates carrying a series of spindles extending upward through said slot, a swinging lever mounted on each moving spindle, said lever comprisin a forwardly projecting nose, right and this specification in the presence of two subleit arms by Which the in and out spindles scribing Witnesses.
are moved from one plate to the other alternating With the movements of the rotary moving spindles, and stop pins in the under face of said upper plates to limit the move- Witnesses:
ment of said levers. WILLIAM A. CULLEN,
In testimony whereof, We, have signed JOHN SOULLY.
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