|Publication number||US1993951 A|
|Publication date||Mar 12, 1935|
|Filing date||Sep 28, 1929|
|Priority date||Sep 28, 1929|
|Publication number||US 1993951 A, US 1993951A, US-A-1993951, US1993951 A, US1993951A|
|Inventors||Ashe Marselius T|
|Original Assignee||Ashe Marselius T|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (8), Classifications (9)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
March 12, 1935. M. T. Asl-1E TICKET DELIVE'RING DEVICE 3 Sheet's-Sheet l Filed Sept. 2B, 1929 Marh 12, 1935. M. T. AsHE V TICKET DELIVERINGA DEVICE :s sheets-sheet 2 Filed Sept. 2B, 1929 March 12, 1935. M. T. ASHE 1,993,951
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UNITED l STATES PATENTY OFFICI'.v
'TICKET DELWEMNGJDEVICE Marselius T. Ashe, Garden City, Y. Application Vseptember 2s, 1929,serie1 No. 395,796
- 11 oiaimef (el. 164-1443) This invention relates toy devices for deliverprojections-8 pass. The member 6 provided ing tickets of variousV kinds, and is practically with a slot 10 (seeFigA) into which the projecadapted for vuse vin arts'where each customer is tions 8 extend, thearrangement beingV such thatl provided with a -ticket -to show the amount of the projections do. not interfere vwith the opera` 5-- such customers purchase. The invention has as tion of the member 6 in holding the ticket strip 5 afurther object-to provide a'd'evice of this'kind, vagainstthe wheel and inproper relation to the the mechanism ofV which is operated by the pull DrOjeCtiODS 8- 'Iihe ticket Strile 1, after passing on the ticket.v The inventiony has as a further over the wheel 5 ,V DeSSeS elerlg a Support 11 and object to providea device ofthis kind, which shall in between removable guides 12 (see Figs. 2 andA 10 be simple in itsV construction, cheap to construct 6) -i The erld le 0f the ticket Strip DrOjeCtS flOm 10 and eiective in its operation;l -g the casing 13, as shown in Figs.1- and 2. The
The invention has other objects, which Aare casing 13 may 10e-0f any Suitable form and is `morepartienlanypointed out in the aecompanypr'eferablyprovided with an enlarged opening 14, ing description. so that `the end of the ticket strip may be easily 15r Referring 110W i-,e the drawings, Fig, 1 is e, Side made to project fromthe casing and this open- 15 view with casing in sectionshowing one 'form ing iS preferably'DTOVded'With e piVOted guard of device embodying the invention. y Y member 15, having :a much Smaller Opening 16. ';Fg. 2 is a plan View of the device, Withthe The Wheel 5 is rotatably mounted upon a frame top ofthe easing removed- 'i l 17, .by means of a shaft 18. The' shaft V1g carries '20 :Fiera ise-reeetieneljviewteken en line 3&3 ef a gear 19, which rotates Wththe Wheel 5 and 20 Fig, 2, the shaft 18 and which meshes with a pinion 20 i' Fig 4 is a, Sectional View taken en iirie 4 4 of on a shaft 21,` rotatively mounted on the frame Fig.`2. Y 1 f Y 17.V The shaft 21 isprovidedwith a beveled gear Fig. 5` is e an enlarged sectional view taken on 22, Whieh engages e beveled gear 23 1005915 mount- 25 line 5 5 of Fig Q Y 1I ed on a shaft 24, also mounted on the frame 17. 25
Fig, 6 is e Sectional View teken 0ri"1ine'e .;6 The. shaft 24 has a vknife 25jfastened thereto and of Fig. 1. y Which vrotates with the shaft and which acts to Fig. 7 is a sectional view reiken' on line 7 7ef successively sever the tickets from the strip. A. FigV 5 .v Y fixed knife- 25a isfmounted'on the forward end 30! Fig, 3 is e, View' of aportion of the stripof 0f the frame 17 to co-act with the rotating knife 30- tiekets; Y y l I I 2511i. severing the tickets. i
Like numerals refer to like parts throughout thev The parts are arranged. s0 that the knife will several figures. Y sever a ticket of the desired length. The shaft In the construction shown, the tickets are pref- 24 iS Drei/'ded With epredeeteri 26, adapted t0 en- 351 erably arranged in a continuous strip and this gegeeprieetierl270n-thebeVe1edgeelr23. When 35.
strip is 'run throughk theY machine and projects the projections are engaged, the'gear 23 rotates. i therefrom, so thatit can be pulled by the party Shaft 24. Connected with the shaft24 so as to to whom theticket is to be 'delivered and- When vrete-te thereWithiS er Cem member 28, to which is n so pulled, Will operate the mechanism and cause eemleeted e Spring 29elttaehed at 30 to a fixed i the .ticket to be separated. from the strip.l The pert- The Cem member 28, When in a'predeter-J strip of tickets may be arranged in any desired mined DOSitOIl, `erlgegeS the end 31 0f an arm 32 manner, and for purposes of illustration'y-have DiVOtef et 33 and IJrOVifed With e retraeting deshown the strip 1 in the form of a coil 2 rotatively Vice or Weight 34. The Shaft 2l iS previded Withl i mounted upon asuitable support 3`attachd to the 'i a cam 35, which has a shoulder 36. The pivoted t l' part 4 of the apparatus. A springY engaging memlever 32 viS provided With e Cerri engaging Dart 37; ber 2a engages ltheroll 2 to'fprevent overrunning which is engaged by the shoulder 36 when the thereof. The ticket strip 1 passes up through cam 35 is in a predetermined position. The the part 4 and around a `wheel 5 and is pressed Weight 34' moves the lever 32 toward the cam 35 against the wheel 5` and held inrproper relation so as to insure the engagement between the shoul-V 2 thereto by themember 6, fastened to thermember der 36011 thecam and the cam Vengagingpart 37 on 4in any desired manner by means of bolt 7; This the lever. The cam 35 is provided with a promember 6 is preferably a spring member. The 'i jection 38,v to which is connected a spring 39 ati-- Wheel 5 is provided with a series of projections 8v tached'at'40 to a'xed part. andthe ticket stripis provided witha Vseries-oil 'I'he use and operation of my invention are as a openings 9'(seeFigs. 2, 5 and v8)', into Whiclrthe follows:` l
When the parts are in the position shown in Fig. 1, the customer takes hold of the end la of the ticket strip 1 and pulls upon it, and the knife severs the ticket at the proper place, in the particular construction shown between the sets of figures shown in Fig. 8. This cut-off is accomplished as follows:
. The pull upon the strip 1, due to the projections 8, causes the wheel 5 to rotate. This rotates the shaft 21 through gear 19 and pinion 20. This causes the cam 35 to rotate and also causes the beveled gear 22 to rotate. The engagement of beveled gear 22 with beveled gear 23 causes beveled gear 23 to rotate. Pin 27 then engages pin 26 and causes shaft 24 to rotate, moving theknife 25 around towards its cutting position. At thev 28 is in a position out of engagement with the.
lever 32 and the shoulder 36 of the cam 35 is in engagement with the cam engaging part 37 of thelever 32,. This engagement of the cam 35 with the lever 32 prevents the further rotation of the shaft 21 at this time. When the parts reach this position, however, the cam member 28 is past its dead center, so that the spring 29 pulls it around quickly and rotates the shaft 24, the proiection 26 moving away from the projection 27 and the knife 25 by this movement being suddenly and forcibly brought into contact with the strip 1 so as to cut the end of the strip off, as the rotating knife moves past the fixed knife 25a. By the time the knife has moved to cut off the end of the strip, the cam member 28 engages the end 31 of the lever 32 and moves the lever 32 downwardly so as to disconnect the shoulder 36 of cam 35 from the cam engaging'part 37 of lever 32. The spring 39 then moves the cam 35 and shaft 21 around about ninety degrees. This causes the wheel 5 to rotate a sumcient amount to project the end of the strip from the casing, so that it can be grasped by the customer. The parts are then in position to sever another ticket by the operationhereinbefore described. Y
It will be seen that this construction provide a simple, cheapV andeflicient mechanism for severing the ticket, which mechanism is operated by the pull of the vticket strip by the customer.
l. A ticket delivering device for severing tickets from a strip and delivering them to a customer, comprising a severing part for severing the tickets from the strip and a positive connection between said severing part and said strip for positively moving said severing part towards its severing position through the agency of the ticket strip.
2. A ticket delivering device for cutting tickets from the strip and delivering them to a customer, comprising a severing device and actuating mechansm therefor, means for positively 'connecting the actuating mechanism with the ticket strip so that the severing device will be actuated and positively moved toward its severing position when the customer pulls on the strip and responsive tothe pull on said strip.
3. A ticket delivering device for severing tickets from a ticket strip and delivering them to a customer comprising a knife and actuating device for moving said knife towards its cutting position, said actuating device connected with the` strip so as to be actuated by the pull of the strip and means for disconnecting the knife from the-actuating device and moving it, independently -of the actuating device to perform its nal cutting move ment.
4. A ticket delivering device for severing tickets fro-m a ticket strip and delivering them to a customer comprising a knife and actuating device for moving said knife towards its cutting position, said actuating device connected with the strip so as to be actuated by the pull of the strip and means for disconnecting the knife from the actuating device and moving it independentiy of the actuating device to perform its final cutting movement, and means for again connecting said knife with said actuating device.
5. A ticket delivering device for severing tickets from the strip and delivering them to a customer comprising a wheel, a series of projections on said wheel, said strip being provided with openings properly spaced to receive said projections, aknife for severing tickets from the strip, means positively actuated by said wheel for moving saidknife simultaneously with the movement of said wheel and responsive thereto.
6. A ticket delivering device for severing tickets from the strip and delivering them to a customer comprising a wheel, a series of projections on said wheel, said strip being provided with openings properly spaced to receive said projections, a knife for severing tickets from the strip, means positively actuated by said wheel for moving said knife so that the knife is actuated and moved towards its severing position, and means forV disconnecting said Wheel .from said knife sor-*that the strip may be moved bythe knife actuating means a predetermined amount, independently of the knife.
7. A ticket deliveringl device for severing tickets from a strip and delivering them to a customer comprising a wheel, a series of projections on said wheel, the strip being provided with a series of spaced openings to receive said projections so that when the strip is pulled, the Wheel will be turned, a shaft operativelyconnected with said wheel, a cam on said shaft provided with a shoulder, a pivotedlever having a cam engaging part for engaging said shoulder, means independent of the pull of the ticket for moving said shaft, a predetermined amount when it is released from said lever, a knife connected therewith for severing tickets from the strip, means for connecting said knife shaft with said shaft and means associated with said knife shaft for disconnecting said cam and said lever. i
8. A ticket delivering device for severing tickets from a strip and delivering them toa customer comprising 'a wheel, a series of projecf tions on said wheel, the strip being provided with a series of spaced openings to receive said projections so that when the stripis pulled, the wheel will be turned, a shaft Aoperatively connected with said wheel, a cam on said shafty provided with a shoulder, a pivoted lever having a cam engaging part for engaging said shoulder, means independent of the pull of the ticket for moving said shaft a predetermined amount when it is released from said lever, a knife connected therewith for severing tickets from the strip, means for connecting said knife shaftwith said shaft and means associated with said vknife shaft for disconnecting said camand said lever, means for 'disconnectingthe knife shaft from'said wheel and means for moving the knife shaft during the latter part of` its cutting movement, independent of vsaid Wheel.
9. A ticket delivering device for'severing tickets` from va strip and' delivering them to a customer turned, a shaft operatively connected with said wheel, a cam on said shaft provided with a shoulder, a pivoted lever having a cam engaging part for engaging said shoulder, means independent of the pull of the ticket for moving said shaft a predetermined amount when it is released from v said lever, a knife connected therewith for sever-y ing tickets from the strip, means for rconnecting said knife shaft with said shaft and means associated with said knife shaft for disconnecting saidcam and said lever, said means'comprising a cam member on the cam shaft which engages said lever. Y
' 10. A ticket delivering device for severing a ticket from the strip and delivering it'to the purchaser, comprising a severing part past which the strip is moved, two actuating means for moving said severing part, one positively actuated by the movement of the strip and the other actuated independently of the movement of the strip.
11. A ticket delivering device for severing tickets from the strip and delivering them to the customer, comprising a wheel, a series of projections thereon, the strip being provided with openingsV to receive said projections so that when the strip isfpulled, the wheel will be turned, a member Vassociated with said Wheel for holding the strip in engagement with saidprojections and a severing part, an operative connection between Vsaid severing part and said wheel so that the severing part is actuated and moved towards its severing position by the initial pull on said strip.
MARSELIUS T. ASI-Uil
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|U.S. Classification||83/208, 83/205, 83/224, 83/593, 30/127|
|International Classification||G07B3/02, G07B3/00|