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Publication numberUS1787881 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 6, 1931
Filing dateJan 23, 1928
Priority dateJan 23, 1928
Publication numberUS 1787881 A, US 1787881A, US-A-1787881, US1787881 A, US1787881A
InventorsUttz Sr William A
Original AssigneeUttz Sr William A
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Package-sealing machine
US 1787881 A
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PACKAGE SEALING MACHINE Filed Jan. 25, 1928 2' Sheets-Sheet 2 -Reference is had'to the i v Figure'*5 is a v 5 rollcover raised.

Patented Jan. 6, 1931 g PATENT OFFICE WILLIAM A. ur'rz, SR, or sm LoUIs, mrssoimr 'rAoKAeE-sEAmNGMAcHINE "Application filed J'anu a'ry 23g1928'. Serial No. 248,931.

I V Mylinvention,irelates to package j sealing machines and more particularly to package sealingmachines which will moisten theseal-v ing paper or gummed paper entirely to both v 5 ends of the sealing paper section; .anduthe object is to provide simple machines which are highly efficient for cutting and. moistening gummed-service paper for sealing packages andwhich can be manufactured and in- 10 stalled at relatively small costs Other objects and advantages will be fully"ex'- plained in the following description and the invention will be more particularly pointed out-in the claims. f I

accompanying drawings which form a part'of this application; I Figure 1' is a side elevation partly in section of one form of theinvention. I I V 1 Figure 2 is a plan viewof one modification thereof: Figure 3 is a perspective view of a slightly modified form of cover plate adapted to be used in the constructions shown in Figures '25 1and2.

Figure 4 is a perspective detail of a certain roll support adapted to be used-herewith5the view being partlyin section and; partly broken away. I I

perspective View of a second modification of the invention, similar to Figure- :1 but providedwith'a roll cover.

Figure 6 is a. detail perspective of part of the device asshown in Figure 7 is a detail'perspective of a moip tener used herewith. Similar characters ofreference indicate the same parts throughout the seV-- 1.40 eral'views. i I

' thepaper roll container andcompartment 2is ,1 the compartment forserving the paper. The

' 1 4 ,1bottomof-the compartment leis concave and ble to different widths of paper.

are 'usedto g 7 lplate-ll are secured" to thecompartment Q'by r bolts 12and lugsl3 and the cutter Sli s-pivot.

beper forated slots. The object is to provide abottom on which the roll of paper will automatically adjust itself to the lowest [point in the compartment. A wedge 3 is placed in thecompartment 1 in front of the gpaper roll 5' and this "weight will follow the paper rolldownwardly as the paperroll becomes smaller. Inthismanner the paper-roll will notmove so far when a section of paper vis drawn forward tobe cut off. An adjusta ble paper roll holder is provided and placed 'lIlLSlClBlOf the compartment 1 and consists of two parts 6 and 7. This arrangement is best shown in Figure 4 whereinitwillbe seen that the-parts 6'and 7 are of the general form of arcuate'angles having overlapping legs 6a 'and 7a, these legs being rabbeted as shown.

One leg a'sia, is provided with transverse slots 7?) .through which pass suitable screws as 6.6 so that the two members when assembled I form an arcuate channel adj ustable. for width and adapted to be secured in adjustment by [said screws. The parts 6 and 7 aremovable towards} and from eachother while their bottom members slide. against each other.

A fter. thev partsfiancl 7: are adjusted, they .mavhe made rigid with each other. .The

objectis to providea holder which is adj usta- The compartment 1 is provided with a hinged cover 8 forthe paper roll 5 and this cover carries the cutter 9 which is a part of the paper feeding i mechanism. I. .7 7 Figure 5 but with the water for moistening'the'paper and thecover.

Thec mPartment-Q contains a supply of 11 ,for the compartment forms a part of the Figs." 1, 2, and 3, the cutter 9 and the feeding ally connected to the compartmentby bolt'12 and has its swinging front end .releasably latched down to cover the compartment 2 by latches 14 which engage'lugs 13. A small ompartmentlti is formedin the compart-s "feeding mechanism. In the form shown-in 1 v ment 2 for themoistenerbrush by means of a partition 17 which has perforations 18 so that water can pass from the larger compartment 2 into'the brush compartment or holder 16. Means are provided'forrholding the brush 15 against the end of the cutting devices 9. A flat perforated plate 19 is pro-jvided to stand up against the m-oistening brush 15 and a spring plate 20 is attached to the brush 15 and plate 19. Thesethree elements 15, 19, and 20 are attached together as a removable; unite}. The springfplate 20,:bears against the end of the compartment 2 and holds the plate 19 against the brush and plate 19 holds the brush, againstvtheend oi the feeding members' Pefforations in the plate 19 permit a better brush.

" If the paper is tobei icrl ally the form shown in Figure 3 is used wherein the-plate 11 has a slot 21-"thereiirr so thntl the finger will have abetter bearingto pu l'l forward" on? thepaper the tip-of the finger-pressing the-centraliportion oi 'the-strip dbwn into said slot andithereby giving a better area of contact; between-the finger and i a strip; r 1- Fi'ggy]: showsad-ifi'erent means for-feeding' the-paper forward; A roller 22" i'sjournaled fin-bearings281whicli are attached to the cuttcr 9a; Thebearings 28'haveelongated openings 24 so that the relic/r22- canbe elevated =slightly for adjusting purposes: The roller is providedwitha rubber bandlperiphery 25 to make the rollermore'efiiective infeeding thepaper forgward'. Theroller 22can be elevated slightly so that paper can: be inserted thereunder. Thereafter the roller 22 rests by gravity: on the; paper: The roller '22 is cansethapapen tomove;

inovedimanually to teed :theipapen forward; The paper x is movedr-fbrWardly with" the guinmed: side down 7 The paper will be drawn: past and theimoisteningfbrush 1 5 andwhe1rthe strip of" paper stripis' of sufiioient length, it will; be drawn; against the cutting edge of the cutter iior diet-aching the paper strip. Whenthisfiormoii feedingi-device; isus'ed, the plate: 131: will: beso-lid without aislot 21:; ,Erictionwotthemellen 22 will Another 'iiormon teedingtdevviceiis shown in Fig. 21 A bar 26zisipivotallyimounfcedi on the cutter and provided with annipsmndin'g tab. 27; for; conrenience; in. graspmg thei'bar tolmoye the paper-, {Iihe 265 is;yielding and may be; pressed; dorm cm the paper-shard enough; for: the. friction against. the paper; to

movethepaperzg A ftenanoperationofif eed- 1mg azstri'piofupaperforward aspringfi will bring therieedingebar 'istamtingapositions a I 7 a isMeans-a re pizoizidedi'ioncpreventing-theimachinerfnom. moving-backwardlyon: a. table or 5 fcounter.- The; cuttingqof the strip of paper 'h-asa tendency tocause t'lie' maclrine to move 2ihack to; normal or flow WambtQ-thew backwardly.-. In order to prevent this moving ofthe machine, supporting bars 29 are pivotally connected to the bottom of the machine and at each endyeach bar has cavities to receive rubber feet or supportsBO. The

rubber supportsor feet will be yielding so thatthey will yield slightly backwardly but they will not slip on the table or counter and the elasticity of the rubber will bring the machine back to the required position. The supporting bars 29 serve to prevent the machine fi'rom turning over: because they substantially extend the base: The bars 29 can be-turned longitudinally of the machine for one advantage "ofmaking the cover tegaral: with the cover 8 is that the cover 9 packing and shipping purposes.

an tlie plates may be raised as a unit so that the; paper striplmaycbe simply laid on the plate 11. Thus the placing of the strip in position for operation is easily accomplished and threading is eliminated. The oover- 9 is made stationary when br'oughfi toaoperailizve positionlyby latches: L4 and lugsw13r fl hisi is construction. and arrangement; oitlmisezverafl parts of this machine maybe 'made; witlmut departing from my invention 1 .Wihatil claim; is',.-

a A: package sealing machine comprising compartmentffon containing; a paper roll and a compartment for serving; paper: communicating with. the first mentionedicom- B-idz lastwmp r ment, havi-ngt c mmunica-t 'tion; with the'first eomp artment,; a, bearing plate: mounted on; said senving compartment forsupporting1 paper received; fromi said paper: roll; compartment, and? a1 hingedi cover 'for said paper roll compartment Galrfilllgfizz guide: and; cutting; plate.- integraltherewith and arranged to be hronghtin close progimity to said .bearingplate-after. the. paperhas been placedionsa d beamng plateh H 3. A package sealing machine comprising a; compartmentstorcontaining paper; rolls. :andamompantment or-unittfor'senving paper,

necessary for thesucc'essi'gul operation: of: cutting-the paper. V

a l'fiarious changes in! the sizes propontions,

saith-last compartmentharing communication' with the first compantment,v a; bearing plate 'mounted'c onfsai'cl serving compartment for supporting paper received from said paper roll compartment, a hinged cover for said paper roll compartment carrying a guide and cuttin plate integral therewith and arranged to he brought in" close proximity to said bearing plate after the paper has been drawn forward and placed on said bearing plate, means on said plate for feeding the paper, and means for latching said guide and I cutting plate to the serving compartment.

In testimony whereof, I set my hand, this 5th day of J anuary, 1928.

5 'WILLIAM A, UTTVZ,S1

Referenced by
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US2434996 *Mar 15, 1944Jan 27, 1948Nashua Gummed & Coated PaperAdhesive strip server
US2539016 *Sep 30, 1946Jan 23, 1951Groves Walter LMachine for moistening gummed tape
US2739648 *Jul 13, 1953Mar 27, 1956Slezak Vincent FDispensing device for tape holder of the spool type
US3470781 *Apr 21, 1967Oct 7, 1969Crane Packing CoPositive feed device for tape dispenser
US6651857 *May 19, 2000Nov 25, 2003Ching Tsung TsaiCombinatorial multi-use tape dispenser
US20040084496 *Nov 1, 2002May 6, 2004Hsiu-Man Yu ChenAdhesive-tape support device of an adhesive-tape holder
Classifications
U.S. Classification225/15, 225/46, 225/23, 225/88, 225/89, 118/43
International ClassificationB65H35/00
Cooperative ClassificationB65H35/0046
European ClassificationB65H35/00B2D