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Publication numberUS1238736 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 4, 1917
Filing dateOct 18, 1915
Priority dateOct 18, 1915
Publication numberUS 1238736 A, US 1238736A, US-A-1238736, US1238736 A, US1238736A
InventorsGlenn J Barrett
Original AssigneeBarrett Changer Co
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Coin-delivery means for change-making machines and the like.
US 1238736 A
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6.1- BARRETT- com DELIVERY memes FOR names MAKING MACHINES-AND THE LIKE. 1,238,736.

APPLICATION FILED OQT. I8. l9l5.

BatentedSept. 4, 1917.

3 SHEETS-SHEET I [NI ENTER. 6L E NN I BARRE 77 By A TTORNE YS.

WITNESSES 9? 7y 0a? K/J/ G. J. BARRETT. CC'lN DELWEBYMEANS F03 CHANGE MAKING MACHINES AND THE [SKE- APPLICATION FILED O CT. I8, 1915.

PafentedSept. 4,1917.

3 SHEETS-SHEET 2.

IN VEN TOR.

GLENN J. BARRETT WITNESS s.- 5 76 A TTORNE YS.

6.1. BARRETT.

COIN DELIVERY MEANS FOR CHANGE MAKING MACHINES AND THE LIKE.

" Arvucmon men 001.12. 1915.

1,238,736. PatentedSept. 4,1917.

a) E 'N VEN TOR. WITNESSES A TTORNE YS.

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.

GLENN J. BARRETT, OF GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN, ASSIGNOR TO BARRETT CHANGER 60., OF CHICAGO, ILLINGIS, A CORPORATION OF ILLIN'DY Specification of Letters Patent.

ratented Sept. 4, 1917.

' ation filed October 18. 1915. Sci-1a! Ilo. 58,548.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, GLENN J. BARRETT, a citizen of the United States, residing at 90 Scribner avenue, Grand Rapids, Miehi an, have invented certain new and useful inproveme nts in (loin-Delivery Means for Change-Making Machines and the like, of 'liltll the following is a specification.

This invention relates to improvements in-coiu delivery means for change making maehines and the like. The invention is applicable to any form of machine in \Vllifll coins a reseleeted from trays or receptacles and delivered by the operator of the machine in making change.

The objects of this invention are: g' First. to rovido a machine in whit-tr the coins-are doiivered with great. rapidi v 'without danger of seattering thomiii$ reyhnd the delivery trai or receptacle.

.Second, to provide such .a ,meanstnsmeiated with automatic delivpriugfgdeviees whereby the coins will be efl'ei t vely pre. Sillit'tl to the 'iayee.

Furthe objects and objects relatipgto details and economies of construction will definitely appear from the dutailedlrhiscription to follow.

l accomplish the objects of my invention by the (leaders and means described in the follo'win spe'iiification. The invention is clearly efined'and pointed out in the claims. A strurture, embodying the vfeatures of mV invention is illustrated in conjunction wit a-ehange making machine in the accompanyingdrawing. forming a part of this specification. in which:

Figure I is a perspective view of a change making machine with my (-oiu delivery means in position.

Fig. II is a plan view of my coin. delivery means, with a fragmnmtary, part of the change making machine illustrated.

Fig. T" is a detail vorlieal sertional view lhrough'theinternal coin chute and my improved roin delivery chute on line 3-3 0f Fig. V. A

Fig. lV is a detail developed sectional view taken on a line corresponding to the curved line 1 l of Fig. ll.

l' igsyv, l. "ll and Vll'l are detail 4 transverse seetional views'taken on eon-( spondiug lines of Fig. ll. M

Fig. IX is a detail sectional view tak n through the chute 4, seen in longitudinally through the coin delivery trziy 14.

n the drawings similar numerals of referenee refer to similar parts throughout the several views, and the sectional views are taken looking in the direction of the little arrows at the ends of the section lines.

Considering the numbered parts of the drawing. the change making machine 1 has the usual keyboard 2 and coin trays or tubes 3 with means for actuation by the said lie s. The coins are delivered from tIhe matehfie 1 III and v. 1 The chute 5 is of eneral curved form and has curved sides ttlKftl rounded bottom .6 and is seeured to the case 1 y screws 7 and 8 through ears 9 and 10 see Fig. I). The

diseliarge end of theg'ehu'te. is'elosed by a eurved vertical'wall 11. undo coin discliar e aperture lilison thegiowenside where e eoins will he deflected; downwardly by t-lie said (illl'VtKlfilld walllll. i '7 Tile eni-ved bottom 6 merges into the side walls at awaryinganglt'fitseeFigs. V, VI, Vll and VlII'. which show crosssections) so that a coin entering 'the chute from the machine may come rollingtover a compara tivoly level bottom (soel ig. V) but the bottom immediately out-res so that the coin in its advance assumesnjinore or less edgewise position (see the ediiis'13 in Figs. VI, VII and VIII). 'lhe'roin will'be impelled V a 1 by gravity against/theouter curved surface and as it rolls alon its deflection and the friction of its rolling edges vwill shirken its speed so that it wlll drop down t substantially horizontal position atitlie discharge end and will strike gently against the outer 'eurved wall ll and drop into the tray ll heueath.

'lhis tray it has a downwardly and outwardly sloping bottmnr li as seen in the sectional View in Fig. IX. 'lliii-z tray ii is preferably held in place .hy a -rrew 16 through an ear I? or a pluralitv atv the hotlom thereof.

'l'liis imrtit-ular form or ill-llil prevents the min I v any possihilil v fr m rolling \rrmy on edge and it will :ltli dlltliit'tlll) as- ,Sanl lite. positions indicated iuv Figs. "I, \'l l and Vi l-l. lMineuinfstiirtsli iclit will inimit-elm! with sulliri'ent fort-e to get into the invl'ua-d position and roll down the chute nut in the appended clai -l ml the desimdrete, and if it starts on ed e it iscarried and upset to the positions cated. coins will than food at the hlghest speed that is consistent with good service and the proper delivery of the come into she-deliveryt fey. a It'ia iinportant that the end of the chute be curved eo that the coin will come into :xradufi-lfeontect and be stop without a likelihood of any rebound. makers usually deliver change for one do at or lead and the coins readily spread out for ins lion in'the tray 14 where they can be tee y removed by the hand of the payee I have shown my improved coin deliv means in its most a goved form, which desire to claim to claim the invention broadly as pointed Having thus described my invention, whet I claim-esnew. and deei to secure by Letters'Patent', is:

1. A, eoindehyery, means compris ng a;

: chute bott m w ed ery k angles M ly d ec at the'diecharjge ends? i Jingle of the coins end fih even e curved well it the diacherge celly, and I also-wish- H chute with an outlet, opening at' theibotboiifi'end a trey disposed coin arrestingmeens and a coin delivery aperture, and a tray th the chute with a forwardly and downwardly sloping bottom.

8. A coin delivery means comprising a chute having bottom and sides cum downward! and laterally, the bottom paid chute, living a pronounced inclination toward the inner side thereof at its entrance end, thei n'blinatien gradually decreasing to- Werd'itedelivery and until at its deliyery end the bottom of the chute is horizontal, I

the sides .of said chute being extended beyondthe ttomrthereof and curved to form tech-arm nimeime e coin' delivery 1 n eas whemoei heyelhereunto m lnrhetid eeel in the of two witnw c GLENN J'JBARRETT. [Ll] Witn: I

Auerni,

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Classifications
U.S. Classification453/18, 193/2.00R, 193/DIG.100
Cooperative ClassificationY10S193/01, G07D9/008