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Publication numberUS1788610 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJan 13, 1931
Filing dateMar 30, 1927
Priority dateMar 30, 1927
Publication numberUS 1788610 A, US 1788610A, US-A-1788610, US1788610 A, US1788610A
InventorsAshworth Fred, Carl A Newhall
Original AssigneeUnited Shoe Machinery Corp
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Heel-lift-cementing machine
US 1788610 A
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Jan. 13, 1931..

F. ASHWORTH ET ALV lHEEL LIFT CEMENTING MACHINE 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed March 30, 1927l WNN ,mwN

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Jan. 13, 1931. F. AsHwoR'rH ET AL. 1,738,610

HEELLIFT CEMENTING MACHINE Filed March 30, 1927 2 sheets-sheet 2 my 6i FRED ASHWQRTH, oir WENHAM,:AivijEcnnL A. NEWHALLQQE :eniiiioiiirgu iiiiissiioii-'Ufk f sn'ifiis,AssiGNoRsiTo;UmmnnsnoEfMAciiINEnY CORPORATION; ongrnmnnsomnnw v `LJERsEY, ACORPORATION,oFLivEiirv'JnnsEY i y' L f @HEEL-Lirifcnmnivmine ifiiioniivni i Y j A 4 applying latex; to the fac'esoffheel lifts; f' 'In building heels 'off'leather orleatlier-l f V This inventionrelatesztoinacliiiies; for. c'e

inenting; hooty and shoe jp'artsxand is illus`V -tiated as'einbodiedv in a machine' designed, for

, '-board, cement has very-commonly been 'ap-,7.

f ceinentonadliesive 4to tlie lifts of heels;has

y @usual-ly been inade'.an incident. toftlie.assenti;V

bling operation,l performed so shortly' before t Y tlije lieel-buildingthat'tlierewillbe no oppor;

tunity' for the paste toldry out loefore the. lifts are broughtrtogethenw1Itliasjheenfounlf l fion 'suchas ley-an endless conveyor. placed i however, as set ,forth in' Letters Patent of the l' 'e 'UnitedSitatesNo 1,779,368 grantedfOctlf 20 1930, uponan application? of James'Cavan. agli',fSerial o. 62,487,1 i1ed Oct-'14, 1925,-.tliatj the peculiarfpioperties'of latex render it parl ticularly adaptable to cc-iiri'enting-thefopposed `faces of, the lifts of heels, since rit may lie zip-,

j "i125" plied to 'the lifts Whenever, priorto'tlielouilding of the heels, it iis inost convenient' tofdo so;

, Thus latex inay'fbe' applied totliejop'posedfi A faces 'ofeafch ofthe heel 'liftsat any comenient time and allowed to' dry, after vvliiclitlie;V

' 3oz lifts may .be put asidev for v "a' Q,grreater' or less:

period prior to'thbul'dig ofthe. heel Vith wthe Y assurance' that the ceinentitiousl coating upon the lifts Will bein condition Lto join them4V e together under the pressure oftheheel-loui-ld'-'Y ing machine evenY though a very considerable period inayhave elapsed between the. tinie of .the application of the latex and the' building of the -lieeli` Furthermore, Vthe distortion Lio tion d'oesnot result `inVK lesseningrth'e adhesion'-V 'of latencoated lifts.V Y

object of' theAA present invention isV to L provide an improved"inacliine'for the'application Aof oeinents including rlatex tothe op!V i poeedxfaces of bootand shoe parts, suoli` aslieel lifts,by nieansiozf Whichtlie'vvork inayibe y yclone quicklyandneatlyjwithoiitfvvasting the latex, if Vthatbeused, or, causing it to coaguf 2 late 'intlie -ilna`cliin'e,` and ,Witlithe assurance 4thattlie coating Will be thoroughly and even-"l adjacent yhorizontally-clisposed applying rollsy 5o. Theillustrated machine is *provided:iv-itlif1` "i y having substantially parallel'axes and haveA` 'Y I ing` theiradjacent faces 'e arrangedto co-act -vvitlrthefopposedfacesof heel liftsForcon venience inhandlingfthe liftsandin deli'verf ing thelat'exto the opposed sidesffofatlie lift,- Y

the ai;esfof `y these rolls "are'preferably ar-l Yranged vinalfivorizontal plane sotlifatthe Work passes'fvertically between lthe rolls and may.V

besreceived forreinovalin any.desii"e`d fas'h-4 loeneatliftliel inachinei 1 In order,Vtoffacilitatelthe handling ofj the? lifts'l Wli'icliwaieidelivered to the inachinein liu-lk, asorting l table is preferably provided table` is iliade fof reticulateclinetyerial, vinv orderY to alloiir some of the dirtivhichf'accompanies abovetlie inachine," and, inaccordance Withv4 i a feature. of theVv invention, Vthe illustrated:

*the lifts to drop through vthe' jbottoin' *of the e table, and is"providedivitli an upstancling*v j riniaround aninletf opening for delivering the lifts4 directly .tothe applying' rolls of theV machine, said iini facilitating the exclusion of the dirt which accumulates inl tlie` neighborhood' thereof tand preventing itfroin loe'-l l y Another feature@ of the f invention resides' in. the construction andi Aarrangeinent of* a `:guidechiite associated with the Vinlet opening wherebyvk the correct delivery of lifts through tliecliute assured@ f The illustrated guide cliutefis';` provided with inclinedfsidesfone of` which isfyieldable under the actiono-f a gili'rushed intoftl'iefopeningjand thus on'to spring* siiliiciently stifl to preventinore vthanvr one {lift/passing through rthe guide 'chuteca't a time butv suiiiciently ,flexible jto prevent breakage, in case the lift beingA pulled through the opening by the action-of the applying rolls has a portion'slightly thicker than the distance between the Yedgesv of the v outlet opening may be adj ustably determined axially withy either their thinnest Aedge .or thickest edgetoward the rolls so that lthe Y portion? of the'.sorting table andthe .guide chute; Y

v to has an overhanging cover which closes theV r tion of later;

in accordance with the average thickness of the lifts being presented.

In utilizing the machine for the applicay to Wedge lifts, it is necessary to present/thesey lifts to the applying rolls rolls will bear evenly upon the whole width of the lift.

Accordingly, one end face vof the illus-vr trated chute is made adjustable to vary the leno'th of the chute, to equal the'wi'dth 'ofthe weugelifts so. that they must Vbepresented axially and the adjustable face just referred spa'cecbetween'said face and the adjacent end ofthe Ychute opening, thus excludingrdirtxat this point. Further to'facilitat'e this oper tion y.ofl coating wedgeilifts, yone of the illustratedapplying rolls is yieldingly mounted, being spring-pressed: toward; the other V roll andlimited in `its inward movementyr faces ofshoe parts, such as heel lifts, it is found. desirable to provide a yielding surface upon each of the applying` rolls. 'In addition to this and because of the variation inthe thickness of diferentvse'ts of lifts, provision is also made, in accordance with another fea# ture of the invention-, for mounting one of the illustrated applying rollsA for adjustment toward the other-roll.;V j

ln order that thequanti of latex applied to the work may be controlled'readily without coagulation, the illustrated machine .is

provided with doctor or scraper rolls whichr are turned in the same direction'lof rotation as the applying rolls but with a much smaller peripheral'speed, and provisionis made forA edges of a latenV receptacleibelowthe applying rolls for preventing thenpieces of work from adhering to said rollsand in a construe; tion `by means of which latex picked up by said strippers may be carried back into Vthe late' eceptacle. Y

till `another feature of the invention `resides in theprovision ofA an inclined workguiding or diverting member beneath .the delivery opening of the machine. This mem.-

ber is arranged to guice the worlrvvith as little disturbance of its coating as possible verting thembeyond the bounds of the receiving device. Y.

These andotherv features of the invention will now be described with reference to the accompanyingV drawings in which: y A

Fig. 1 is a side elevation of a preferred embodiment ofthe invention with parts broken awayand in section; n

vFig. 21is a rhorizontal section with parts broken away; Y Y Y Fig.3 is a fragmentary perspectiveof a vrFighe is a detail section of thei diverting ing the work strippers.

The illustrated machine embodies a pair of rotary applying rolls 10 and 12 j ournaled side by side upon substantially parallel, horizontal Y axes within a supporting casing 14,- the `roll 12 beingsupported upon a shaftV 16 directly -journaled in bosses 18 formed upon the sides of the casing. Each of the rolls may be made Vupof a hollow @cylindrical metallic roll 2O H provided with a yielding applying surface 22 BecauseY of 'the irregularities in the suny which preferably is somewhat yielding in or- 'derfthat the surfaces .of the rollsmay conformito slight irregularities or wrinkles in thesurfaces of the pieces of work. The surface 22 may be madeof a gelatinous compound, similar to that used on the ink rolls of printing presses, which is unaffected by the the casing 14. This hanger 26'With the roll 10 is resiliently urged toward the other roll 12 by means ofa spring 32 surrounding a rod 34 which is pivotally attached at one end to said hanger and at its other rend passes through a boss 36 "in the casing through which its movement vis limited by means of an adjustable stop nut`38. This nut is disposed in a convenient position upon the outside of, the casing 14.y

The supply of coating material, such as latex, is carried in receptacles 40 and 42 shown as formed integrallywith the casing 14 and having separate inclined edges 44 and 4 6 which are separated to provide a delivery opening 48 through which treated pieces of work may drop. To facilitate the maintenance of a proper quantity of liquid in these receptacles, a barometric supply device is provided comprising hollow brackets 50 secured by thumb screws `51 tothe casing 14 to com- 'municate with the receptacles andarranged 40. `tityof latexis unattended by any detrimental www j to support in inverted ,position supply bottles S2-Which rest upon :rubber Washers 54vv and :are

heldin uprightr position yagainst curved ver@A termined bythe outlet vopening ofv the bottles and at .a pointyslightly"below. the'iedges ,of the inclined -ends -44and 46 of receptacles adjacent to the delivery opening 48; This'baro-J metric actionis facilitated yby the ,tight .joint betweenthe'bottles 52 and the lbrackets V50 provided bythe rubber- Washers 54. y

Devices of one sort or another called cvdoctors are "commonly employed in cementing f machines for regulating: thequantity ofmaf terial upon vthe surfaces oftheapplyingrolls.-l In using vlatex in J such machines, it-'has been found that a doctor in .the forni` of Va scraper bar is ill adapted because anyfrictional-action between the' scraper andthe' lateXsets up .a co-v agulation which; forms balldike iiias'sesof rubber Which bear against the vsurface `of the applying'roll andremove material therefrom in* streaks... yOn theother hand, a 'rotary doctenor-scraper roll turning in theoppositedi v Arection of rotationfrom the applyingrolhso that adj acentsurfaces are' moving inthe saine q lly iny that direction): causes .asqueezing ofthe liovveve1l,:that ifltliejrota'ry doctor roll is posiV torrrollwmay be determined by controlling` j. latexbetweenthe tworolls andV sets fup coagu. 35'.'

lationin much thesaine! fashion thatthefffric-` tionof a scraper bar-does. It haslbefen found,

tively drvenjin the-same directionofrotation as the applying roll,l and preferably at a much less peripheral specd,' its controlof'the quancoagulation-.5 `The action of such a rotary docandthe applyingroll. f f -f Accordingly,a doctor yroll 60 isprovided for the' applying roll 12,' the roll GOzb'eing. sup*L ported in hangersGQcarried: upon. a transf accurately the spacing between the doctor roll yerse rod G4'extending between the sides ofthe casing and being-driven by nicans of a chain 66 surrounding sprockets' upon Vthe shaftl of the applying roll'and the shaft G8 of the doctor roll, respectively. j slot is provided'in one side-of the casing. 14

'I to .a'llovv adjustment of the position Aof the shaft 68 ofthe Vdoctor roll, and thisV ladjustment is determined by meansof a turnbuckle kf 70 -co-acting with rods "Z2 extendingtojthe shafts 16 and68, respectively.' A doctor rollV y76 for. the' applyingroll V10, on the other hand,

is supported in hangers 7.8 pivoted upon arins 8O extending outffr'oniand forming. al partof' the hangers 26 in Which the roll l0 is supporti ed. Similarly to .the doctor roll 60, the rollio drivenzby a chainSQ passing-over sprockets by meanszxofnvrodfandturnlnickleconnection A' suitable shaft 84 ofthe doctor-.roll 76; The shaft V84 -l of-theidoctorfroll'is lieldrigidlyatthede; I

sired distance fromthatfoftlieapplying roll;` j

doesnot afiectlthe frelation between. saijdf;

.ion r-betiveenthe .two l"latter rolls: may be tion'SG; *Tlius-eaclifset of co-acting applying 86.5 `As a resultloflthisconstruction,adjust; "Ii-)ff i mentv of the position of theappl-yin'g roll1-10 1" .applyingroll .andl'its .doctor roll'." A'lidi i -v l the saine time an adjustment yof the relai? and doctor rolls arerotated inthe same di-f y A Vrectioniand thezsize ofthefsprockets is such that the peripheral'speedof the doctor rolls is considerably less than theperipher'alspeedI The in# hi j y i j emaybe supportedpponflegs l. v.901 and;92,fthelatter-of which' is provided A j j with aslielf94 for the support of the driving-K-v motor .96.)` A pinion 9 8 on thelmoto'r shaft@ mes'l'ieswith 'a geaiVlOOWhiclL'liXed to'an' `tntlicrfspeed reducing gear 102is freely rot-atl.'l able upoiia stubshaft 104'carried'inthe cas-4 ingjof 'the machine. `Grear 102 meshes WitlilVV gear-106 secured to'thexshaft 'lofwthe applying ifolllQ and.siinilargea-rszlOS and 110 a. provided tointerconnect tlie'shaftsl and l. Y v v. Y Qllcfthe applying rolls,'saidgears'beingr directionf Whether. turned by frictionalconf: tact'with the applying roll or drivenfpositive Witlifsufiicientiy `deep teeth' so that the face'cf t-iielcasing 14 over the chains 66 andf so f igc'onnecticnis substantiallyunaffected byftne adjustment of the position of the ap-J Hinged covers 116 pivoted'alongthe' upper j edges of ther-using Mare provided to exclude dirt from the interiorjof the machine While allon'iing.A accessithereto for 1 adjustments cleaning.l j i 'As the heel inbulkj to` the'machine, they are spread outV upon a sorting ltable 120 and are passed man-V ually by the-operator through anv inlet open? ing leading*toragruide chutek 122 ywhich de- 'liversthe lifts to't'liemeeting-point ofthe ap-r plyingrclls.. x After the application of latex to both sides ofthe lifts; theygare discharged throughthev delivery opening 48 Where they fall upon an inclined` diverting member or lifts, foi1 enam'ple,` are' delivered i' trough -24 supported asshown inFig. 1 andL slide ototh'e surface'of a conveyor belt 126 Whichis arranged to support the lifts for sufficient length of timev or to carry them through a drying apparatus to allow the iva-j termiiirediv-i th the latexto be dried the lifts-may be handled. Y

Y Tliejsorting table l2() v ticul-atedsides'128 and bottom l29carriedl vupon-a framework V which is supported by incansof brackets 132 (Fig. v 1).-*bo'ltedfto the` .casing 14 ofthe machine. This allows the lijf-ts -to begspread out inconvenient position s out so that( v is providedivith re# 24k for the operator and at the same time permits dust and dirt which may have collected with the lifts to pass-through the reticulated bottom 129 ofthe sorting table. This sorting table is joined adjacentv to its centralportion to a cover member 136 (Fig) provided with an upstanding vrim 1138 surrounding an inlet opening communicating with the guide chute 1122, a part of which is formed as apart of the lone of these side members is secured to a. rod

146 extending through and pivoted in the,

outer sides of the casing 14. v'lhep'osition of this pivoted side 144, which is located between theend members 140, may be determined by means of an-arm 148 connected toY a rod 150 passing through a boss A152 upon the casing. An adjustable stop screw 154 limits the upward movement of the rod 150 n under the. action of a spring 155 surrounding sa-ld rod, said spring'belng suiiiciently stiff normally to prevent mo-re than a single lift from passing through the outlet of the. guide chute and sufficiently resilientto permit the side ,144 tofbe pushed aside slightly in case a lift,'such as a wedgelift, having a partV thicker thanthe width of the outlet opening has passed partly therethrough and been seized by the applying rolls, thus preventing l breakage of the machine.

In handling lifts of substantially uniform thickness, it is not material whether I the rounded end or the'heel-breastV end of the lift is passed first through the rolls, or, indeed.

' l whether these lifts are passed through sidewise or endwise. On the other hand, because a transverse cross-section in any direction is substantially rectangular, when the operator is dealing with wedge lifts where a crosssection from front to back, or in any direction except at right angles to its longitudinal axis,

is inherently tapered, it is important thatV vthey be passed through the rolls with either the thinnest or the thickest edge foremost so that the cross-section of the part with which the cement applying rolls are contacting at any one time is substantially rectangular; This insures a firm contact and an even coating of latex. This operation is facilitated by the provision in the guide chute ofan adjustable end piece 156 of a triangular shape, the position Vof which between the inclined sides 142 and 144 may be determined by a. screw 158 extending through the casing 14 and operated by a knurled finger piece 160 secured to the outer end of the screw. Associated with thisA triangular piece 156 is an eX- tension 162,;of thin? metal, the upper .end 164 of which is lbent over horizontall to cover part of the inlet opening defined y the upstanding vkrim 138,1thus excluding the dirt from the unused portion of the inlety opening -Whlea largepart of the Pieces of Work.

dropfreely away from the applying rolls through the outlet 48, it sometimes happens thatpieces .willfstick to one or theother of the Vapplying rollsv andl attempt to follow around into `the receptacles. To prevent Asuchaction7 strippers 170 are vprovided each comprising a'plate upon theupper surface of whichr are provided ribsv or fingers '172 '(Figs. land 5) having sharpened ends 174- vhich are. brought into close relation to the applying rolls'torake off anypieces of Work which Vmay be kclinging to said rolls. These stripper plates 170 are supported in inclined.

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positien above the'inclinededges 44 and 46' of the receptacles? by means of suitably formed lugslj176 wherebyV the' stripper plates maybe 'slipped over VVthe edges of said receptacles or removed therefrom for cleaning.

Adjustment of the position .of the roll 10 away'from the correspondingstripper plate 170 does not'destroy the effectiveness of the latter because the machine is then used for thicker lifts which cannot pass between the roll and the stripper.' It should be noted that the inclined plates 170 of the work strippers are so supported with respect tothe edges 44er 46 of the receptacles that any rippings Vpassing over either the upper or lowersurface of said plates (see Fig. 1) will be carried back into vthe receptacles instead of beingallowed to pass out through the opening 48. Y

ln spite of this provision, there are occasional drippings from theco-acting surfaces of the applying rolls and sometimes the pieces of work have an excess of coating material-which promptly drops oflI on the diverting trough 124.v For this reason, said diverting member is made of corrugated materialf having Vribs 180 and. intermediate grooves 182. When a heel lift, such as that shown at 184, slides over the surface of the diverting member, itrests upon the ribs 180. Since any drippings which may have been deposited upon said member are carried into the grooves 182, the removal of an excess of lat A material frolinthelifts 1.84.7is' preventedand may have collected on the diverting member; x Incase the quantity of drippings vis suiiicient; so Vthat it runsdown'the'grooves 1825 a gutterA` agulated ffdrippings :0r possible dirt :which 186'is provided atthe bottoni of saidldivert'- i ing memberV 124iV extending. 'transversely' end 'oi'. the y diverting-member without being yscraped.therebyf Y Y or Lips-188 (Fi/gs'. `land 5) haveifbeenpro'-,k vided on the inclined edges 44 and 46 vof thef receptacles 'andf42so that anylaten acci! dentally spilled oversaidedges Vwill drop on onto the diverting member 124 rather than krunni'ngdown the bottoms ofthe receptacles. When -it yis desired 'to 'empty 'either ofthe c receptacles 40 or 42, a pan maybe placed upona corresponding shelf 190' or 192 yupon the legs 90'and 92as the'bracket migr? Ymoved tol-drain theireceptacle. A flip 194i beneath the Yopening in the exterior `wall-of the vreceptacle carries thelateX yinto thepan` rather than allowing it to run down"l the legs.

Having described the' inventiong-i'what claim as ynew and desireto secureby Lettersr Patentfof'the lUnited States is c y1.' In a machinefor'applying cement to the opposedffaces otfboot and lshoeparts, an

-applying roll,v means. Vfor supplying .cement thereto, means for controlling the amount fof cementsupplied to said rollyan Yopposed applying roll, a hanger supporting said roll,k

meansfor controllingsaid hanger to control the relationof the adjacent facesofftheapplying rolls, means for, supplying cement tol `the second ,applyingv roll, and driven means Vrotatable in a'd'ehnite relation tosaid second f applying roll for 'controlling,they amount of u A "i tween'saidrolls and said receptacles and made l `of corrugated materialhaving closely spaced cement appliedby said latter roll.

2; In amachine for applying cement to thev opposed faces .otbootand shoeparts, a plu- A-rality Aof co-operating applying rolls,u means forfsupplying cement' to each offsaidfrolls, a continuously rotatable doctorroll control-l lingthe cement on kone of saidrolls, means for supporting one' ofsaid 'rolls comprising a pivotedhanger having bearings for said doc- .tor roll, `resilient means urging said hanger Y inonedir'ectionto'fbring the applyingrolls toward each lother,"and means forlimiting the movement.'` of said hanger' toward the other roll. 7

` 3. In 'a'kfmachine for applyingcementto th'efopp'osed faces oi bootv and shoeparts, aj plurality of applyingrollajmeans for sup- -plying cement to each of said rolls, means for supporting one ofnsaid rolls for adjustmentL trough and carr Vamaaiand)mayiofifglrilegata; ron @may prisms'"wpvotedfhngergarrotafy'dotorroll f also supportedupon said hanger,v 4means for] A driving said doctor rolltocontrolthe amount f'.

cof/cement supplied to .the related applying roll` 'and means :torfadiustably xingnthe 4'p sitfionofthedoctor rollvwith"respecttojthe. s

respect1 to if the other rolll to vbe` varied,`

li-In amachine forxapp'lyingc'ement tothe" :opposed yf fac'es ofboot'and shoe parts, fa' plu-i ralityofapplyingfrolla'means for supplying` cementtosaidzrolls, a support for one of said; rolls ymovable toward"` and :away i from the. other rollito'allow'ltherelation of said-roll means for @mailing ther position er., sind movable V.SIIPVP'QIQy a vrotary `doctor rollfalsof? Y' carried by saidlmovable suppor-t'a'nd arranged to be driven from its` related applyingffroll,

and means for determining the yapproachlofY thevdoctorroll to the applying rolls i L 5. Inamachineforapplying cementxtotlje opposed faces 'of bootand shoe parts, lz tpair .of applying rolls vdisposed side by fside :with

both' axes in a. substantially horizontal plane and Ishoef parts kpassed ldownwardly between 'toprovidezan np and down passagef'or boot` A said.'rolls,laninclinedfdiverting trough dis'- 1 posed beneath theiopeningglbetween said rolls,V i said 'trough `being provided with c a plurality c oficlosely vspaced ribstoy snpportfsuccessive Y pieces owork as they travel ina downward path, and means for receiving anddiverting laterally of the path oftravel'of'the worlr pieces any excess cement ywhich may be def:-V posited uponsaid inclined Vdiverting ymember between thef ribs thereoh 6. In a machine for cementing the opposed` faces of bootand vshoe parts, coaoperating ap plyingl rolls disposedk sideby side,`v cement-f supplying receptacles beneathsaid rollsar! ribs supporting piecesof work traveling. down salddivertingtrough, anda gutter'arranged transversely of said member beneath' ranged with theirladjacent edges in spaced Y th'exlowerrends of the grooves oi' s aidc'orruZ zga-tedgmaterialbut lout of contact with the' pieces of worlgwhereby the pieces of work may slide overthe ribsyof the corrugated member and the gutter andva'ny surplus cement which may drop off from ythe pieces of work or from the vapplying rollsiwi-llbe?V L i' collected# in the' grooves. of the" corrugated another, cementsupplying receptacles 1 dis? posed beneath said rollshavingtheir adjacentV edges spaced apar-tto provide a passage for boot and shoe parts which are presented to and,` passe l downwardly between said applying rolls, and work-stripping devices coope'rating with said applying rolls beneath theirk horizontal axes and .arranged to carry into the cement-su liino' rece tacles dri pings of cement collected .by the stripping devices. f v `:i Y

8. In a machine for V'cenienting boot and shoe parts, an applying roll, a receptacle for. supplyingcementto the roll disposed tlierebeneath, and a stripper-plate arranged to prevent shoe parts presented to the applying roll .from ent-crine` the rece ntacle said str1 erplate beingV arran @ed ,in an inclined position beneath said roll with one of its edges over- .hanging the edge ofthe cement-supplying receptacle so that cement collected thereby will drip back intothe receptacle.

9. In a machine for ceinenting boot and shoe parts, a supply receptacle, an applying roll overhanging the, edge ofthe receptacle,

a stripper-plate mounted onitheredge of the receptacle yarranged to prevent the passageV into thereceptacle of shoe parts .presentedto Y the applying roll, said stripper-plate having upper and lower surfaces arranged in inclined.

positions and so disposed with relation to the edge of the receptacle that cement collecting l upon either surface will drip back; into the Y exposed and arranged to` apply cement to work presented to the side of the roll at a point approximately horizontallyY opposite its axis and moved in an upright path alongside said roll, a receptacle for supplying cement to the roll disposed therebeneath having one edge out of the upright line of movement of the piece of work presentedas above recited, and a work-stripping device co-operating with said applying roll supported in close relation with thesurface of the roll to underlie the roll beneath therpoint of application of the work thereto constructed and arranged to strip olf pieces of work adhering to the roll without removing cement from the roll.

12. In a'machine for applying cement to the opposed faces of boot and shoe parts, a. pair of applying rolls disposed side by side upon substantially parallel horizontal axes, a separate lcementreceptacle disposed beneath each of said rolls, said receptacles having their adjacent edges sloped inwardlyv and' upwardly toward the adjacentfaces of the rolls but spaced apart from one another and from-,the path of boot and shoe parts Vpassing vertically betweenl and' in.v contact with .the rolls, and' a work-stripping device removably mounted upon said edge of one of said receptacles yfor raking off pieces of work-f accidentallyV adhering to one ofthe-rolls.

13..In a machine for applyingcement to the opposed faces of-boot and shoe parts, -a

pair of applying ,rolls disposed side-by side upon substantially parallel horizontal axes,

l cementvreceptacles disposed-beneath said rolls having'their adjacent edges spaced apart'- from one-another and from the path of boot and shoe-parts passing vertically between the rolls, andV awork-stripping device mountedupon said edgeof one of said receptacles, said device comprising a plate provided with spaced members injuxtaposition tothe Aroll to strip work therefrom, said plate being supported withits lower edgevabove the receptacle, whereby drippings-froin said plate are carried back into' the receptacle.

14. A machine for cementing `the opposed faces of boot andshoe heel lifts comprising la cementing machine embodying a pair of; horizontally disposed `applying rollsr ar` ranged side by side, a sorting table arranged above said applying rolls, vsaid table having an' inlet opening'in said-sorting table above the meeting point of said rolls through which lift-s can loe-dropped, and an upstanding rim. around said opening to prevent refuse from v being brushed into the space between the applying rolls. f l5. In a machine for cementing heel lifts,

'a cement-applying device having a work receiving-package arranged for the vertical pas-. sage of lifts-therethrough and provided with a cover, a sorting table supported above said machine and provided with -a reticulated. bottom portion, said tablephavinganfinlet opening over the work receiving passage and through said sorting table surrounded by an upstanding rim to prevent the admission' of efuse which may be collected from the heel ifts.V

16. In a machine forrcenienting heel lifts,

a cement-applying deviccfarranged for the vertical feeding Vand passage rof the lifts therethrough, a 'guide chute forguiding the heel'lifts in determinatepositions,tosaid ap plyingdevice, said chute having inclinedv sides, Vmeans for adjusting the relativepo'sition of said sides to control the size of the outlet opening of said chute, and means vfor resiliently holding one side in adjustedpo-V sition. f i y y.

17. In a machine for cementing boot andshoe parts, va cement-applying device ar?y sol i I ranged-v forithe verticali feeding land passagev of work therethrough,'and alguide chute atv the .top of vthe machine for guiding; pieces of workin determinatepositions tosaid apply-V ing device, said chute having inclined sides and'paral'lel vends, one of-,which'ends is adjustable to control the size of the chute.`

18. In a machinerfor cementing boot andV shoe parts, ag-cement-applying device arf- -V ranged 'for the vertical feeding-and vpassage of work therethrough, and a guidey chuteat the top of themachinefor guiding pieces of work in determinate positionsfgto saidnapply! ing device, said chute having an adjustable end member .provided lwith an Voverhanging cover-' portion movable therewith and arranged to cover thek space between said end member and the end of the chute.

`19. :In a machine for cementing boot and fr y s shoe parts, a rcement-applying device .ari

' ranged for the vertical feeding and passage guiding ,piecesofk work in 'determinate rpositions to'said applying device, said chute havi ing a side which resilient-ly heldin position', and an adjustable end pieceA cooperating therewith-to control the size of the chute.

20. In a cementsap-plying machine, a `cas y ing providing a cement receptacle and having out lof ingjanopening in its ,exterior wall, a supply v`member arranged to be detachably secured l to said exterior wall in communication with said opening, and an outwardly .projecting "oiiegf aid renaming resiiitnay preggedjf towardfthefother, and a guide,chutebefore..

the rolls having vsides"constructed.and-1ar-`r ranged to Ldirect wedgelifts tothe rolls with emhlftimovng inthe direCtOIlv Of its longi-f 7'0 l itudinal aXis., kj

. yIn testimony n naines to this specification.v

whereof We-have signed our a vwenn AsnwoRTii f y, CARLjAgNEWHALLf.;

of worky therethrough, a'r guide chute for lippositioned below the opening 1n said exjacent edges of the receptacles and adapted rolls. f` Y y .22. In a cementing machine forboot and shoe parts, a cement-applying device comprising horizontally opposed rolls, and a y guide chute yabove and symmetrically placed `with respect to said rolls, said chute being constructed and arranged resiliently to grip pieces of work presented thereto and 'de` to detach pieces of work" adhering to the 'rolls without removing `cement from the pending from the chute until they are pulled out by the rolls.

23. In a machine for cementing heel lifts. horizontally opposed cement-applying, rolls,

- and a guide chute above said rolls, said i' lgaged by the rolls.

chute extending into closeproximity to the bite of the rolls and dimensioned 4to correi spondto `single pieces of work thereby to direct lifts indeterminate positions until en- 244'111 a machine for cementi'ng wedge heel lifts, 'rotatable cement-applying rolls,

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Classifications
U.S. Classification118/227, 118/262
International ClassificationA43D25/18
Cooperative ClassificationA43D25/18
European ClassificationA43D25/18