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Publication numberUS1794197 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 24, 1931
Filing dateMay 17, 1929
Priority dateMay 17, 1929
Publication numberUS 1794197 A, US 1794197A, US-A-1794197, US1794197 A, US1794197A
InventorsMontuori Felix C
Original AssigneeBaker & Co Inc
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Swaging press
US 1794197 A
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Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

` 10 sheet of metal of which the denture is to be in ,containing the heavy cylindrical block 425 other-parts are lifted I f Presses of this type are also usually 30 l presses.

Patented Feb. 24, 1931 1,794,197

UNITEDLSTATESPATENroFFIcE y FELIX C. MONT'UORI, 0F WASHINGTON, DIS'EllitICiIIl 0F COLUMBIA, ASSIGNOR & CO. ING., A CORPORATION F NEW VJERSEY` sWAGING rnnss Application led Hay 17, 1929. Serial'No. 363,892.

This invention relates press for swaging dentures. usually include a base inwhich is mounted inexpensive in construction and operation a ram vertically movable, and a head to coand Which at the same time is strong and operate with said ram for exerting pressure capable of producing great pressures, for exupon an object placed between them. In the ample fifty tons; and to obtain other adg particularly to a of the ram and requires no manual handling;

Such presses to provide such a press which is simple and TO BAKER swaging of dentures a pot is commonly used vantagesjand -results as will be more fully in which is placed a die ormo'del of the denbrought out by the following description. ture to be made over which is arranged the y vReferring to the accompanying drawings which corresponding and like parts are formed; a rubber disk is placed upon the designated throughout the different views by metal sheet and a. heavy cylindrical block of the same reference characters, y metal to loosely fit the pot is placed upon the Figure 1 is a perspective view of/a swagrubber disk with itsY yend projecting out of ing press, thepot beyond its top. The pot is then placed Figure 2 is atop plan view thereof, I

upon the ram and the ram `is actuated to Figure 3 is a fragmentary'end elevatlon force saidcylindrical block against the head withv portions broken away andk shown 1n ofthe press, which causes a tremendous pressection, and sure to be exerted on the rubber disk and Figure'f is an. enlarged fragmentary side '20 sheet of metal so that the latter is swayed into elevation of the head end of the press, Showsnug contact with the die. Thereafter, the ing the pot and its associated parts in vertical ram is lowered away kfrom the head, the pot section. y I Specifically describing the lllustrated ems removed' from the rams and the block and .vbodiment of the invention, the press includes 01' dumped from the a base A which is illustrated in the form of a pot. pedestal which comprises an integral enlarged large circular disk-like foot portion l from -whzch and heavy, and the parts are massive so that centrally projects a stern or shank 2 at the end itis. diiiicult to set up and disassemble the of which opposite the foot portion l 1s a sub- I stantially rectangular top portlon 3. The top One object of my invention is torprovide t a press ofthe general character described'tiallyparallel horizontal planes at right an embodying novel and improved combination -lglessto the standard 2 so that with the foot and arrangement of a base, ram and actuat' iperti6ng1`frest-ing upon a support such as the ing mechanism therefor, and a head, whereff'fioor, the standard' 2 is disposed vertically by said parts shall be relatively small and and the top portion 3 is substantially horleasy to ,handle and transport and can'be easi-5 zontgal-.wV Y ly and quickly assembled and disassembled. Upon the base A i's' removably mounted ya Another object Yisto provide such a press frame B which comprises a bed-piece 4 of comprising a podes-taler base, a frame havsubstantially the same configuration as the ing a bed piece to beseparably connected to top-piece 3 of the base. v rlhe bed-piece is se Said base and a head, and a ram and 'ram cured to the top-piece 3 by means of bolts 5. actuating mechanism in the form of a self Four tie rods 6 each have one end thereof contained unit removably mountedupon Said screw threaded to the bed-piece as at 7 and bed piece in opposed relation to said head. said tie rods support at their other ends a Other objects are to provide a press of this head 8 secured to the tie rods between nuts 9. character wherein said cylindrical block is The head 8 is substantially parallel with the rigidly connected to said head sojthat it is Abed-piece 4 and has separately secured subautomatically brought into and out of costantially centrally thereof by a cap screw operating relation to said pot by movement 10, a solid substantially cylindrical block 11.

portion Sand foot port1on 1 are .in substan-U the block 1l. The block 11 is thus rigidly suspended from the underside of the head 8.

Removably mounted upon the bed-piece 4 is a self-contained ram actuating mechanism C of known construction which includes a body or casing 14 .within which is movable a ram 15 by means of gearing and a screw threaded rod. The gearing is actuated in known manner through a shaft 16 by a crank 17 so that upon rotation of the crank the ram 15 is moved inwardly and outwardly of the casing 14. For applying great power to the shaft I. 15

16, the crank may have a socket 18 to removably receive a rod-like lever handle 19. The mechanism C is set upon the bed-piece 4 with the ram 15 movable vertically, studs 20 being secured in the bed-piece 4 for preventing lateral movement of the mechanism C. :This

mechanism' is also formed with an integral handle 21 by which the mechanism may be strain rotative movement of the casing 14 I may secure to the bed-piece by` one of the bolts 5, an angle mlnber 22 having a notch 23 to receive the handle 21.

dentures, a pot 24 is utilized to receive a die 25 from which the denture is to be made. This die is in one operation arranged between a relatively hard rubber disk 26 and -a soft rubber disk 27, the sheet of metal 28 from which the denture is to be formed being laid upon the die. Another hard rubber disk 29 drical block 11. The ram actuatin is placed upon the soft rubber disk 27. In operation, the ram 15 is lowered so that the pot 24 may be set thereon beneath the cylinmechanism is then operated by the crank 1 to raise the pot toward .the block 11 so that the block enters the top of the pot into contact with the top rubber disk 29. Continued elevation of the ram then :exerts great pressure on the sheet of metal 28 within the pot so as to orce the plate'into snug contact -with the die to shape the plate.. Thereafter the ram actuating mechanism is operated to lower the ram, whereupon-the pot' is moved away vfrom the block 11 which remains suspended from thel head 8. The pot is then removed from the ram and the various parts within it lifted out.

With this construction it will be observed that the base A, frame B and ram and ram actuating mechanism C are se arate vunits which canbe easily and quic assembled into cooperative relation and is'assembled therefrom. The` parts are simple and relatively inexpensive in construction, butwat the same timeenable great pressures to be exerted between the ram and the block 11, for example Y {ifty tons. Also the base, frame and ram actuating mechanism are relatively small so that they can be easily handled and transported. The cylindrical block 11 being rigidly suspended from the head 8 does not require any manual manipulation accordin to the heretofore known methods, and said b ock is inserted in and removed from the pot by sim le actuation ofthe ram 15.

hile I have shown and Adescribed my invention as embodied in certain details of construction it should be understood that this is primarily for illustrating the principles of the invention and that the details of construction of the press may bemodied or changed by those skilledin the art without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention.

Having thus described my invention, what I claim is:

-1. A press for swaging dentures, comprising a base having a foot portion, an integral vertical standard and a horizontal top-piece, a frame including a bed-piece, a head and tierods connecting said head tosaid bed-piece,

.means for separably mounting said bed-piece tween said tie rods. Where the press 1s to be used for swaging,

2. A press for swaging dentures, compris- Ving a base having a foot portion, an integral vertical standard and a horizontal top-piece, a frame including a bed-piece, a head and tierods each having one end screw threaded into said bed-piece and at its other end a pairo'f nuts between which said head is clamped,

vmeans for separably mounting said bed-piece upon said top-piece, and a rain and ramfactuating unit removably mounted upon said bed-piece with said ram movable toward and from said-head, said unit being separate from said bed-piece and applicable thereto between said tie-rods. f

'3. In'dental swaging apparatus, the combination'of a pot to receive a die and associated parts, a press comprising a frame including a head having a block rigidly sus pended therefrom to freely enter said got, a base in opposed relation to said hea a ram on saidbas e in substantial axial alinement with said block to removably support said ot and move the same toward and from said lblock whereby said pot slips over said block or said block is caused to'enter said pot and exert pressure on the" dietherein, and means for actuatin said ram.

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2431173 *Jan 29, 1943Nov 18, 1947Sheridan Iron WorksApparatus for stretch-shaping metal blanks to conform to convex curved dies
US5014532 *Dec 4, 1989May 14, 1991Itzhak ShoherDental swager
US5501600 *Sep 22, 1994Mar 26, 1996Johnson; Paul W.Method of laminating a porcelain veneer to a tooth
Classifications
U.S. Classification72/60
International ClassificationB21D22/10, B21D22/00
Cooperative ClassificationB21D22/10
European ClassificationB21D22/10