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Publication numberUS2037825 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 21, 1936
Filing dateNov 22, 1934
Priority dateNov 22, 1934
Publication numberUS 2037825 A, US 2037825A, US-A-2037825, US2037825 A, US2037825A
InventorsSalfisberg Leroy L
Original AssigneeIvers Lee Co
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Package indicia means
US 2037825 A
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April 21, 1936- sALFlsBERG 2,037,825

PACKAGE INDICIA MEANS Filed Nov. 22, 1934 2 Sheets-Sheet l ElE.-l 3

INVENTOR ATTORNEY Ap 1936- L. L. SALFISBERG PACKAGE INDICIA MEANS Filed Nov. 22, 1954 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 INVENTOR LEI-11g L. Ballisherg ATTORNEY Patented 7 Apr. 21, 1936 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE PACKAGE INDICIA MEANS Leroy L. Salfisberg, South Orange, N. 1., assignor to Ivers-Lee Company, Newark, N. J., a corporation of Delaware Application November 22, 1934, Serial No. 754,311

8 Claims. (Cl. 93-6) This invention pertains in general to packaging means and methods and specifically relates to an arrangement providing indicia means for packaging.

One of the objects of this invention consists in the provision of a form of package composed of material bearing indicia in the form of markings produced by physiochemical changes in the material.

Another object comprises providing a mechanical system for utilizing an oxidization process to form sealing areas for packages and concomitantly providing indicia oxidization. areas in the package structure.

These and other objects will be apparent from the following, reference being had to the accompanying drawings in which like reference numerals designate corresponding parts and in which:

Fig. 1 is a top plan view of an essential portion of one embodiment of the mechanical system according to the present invention;

Fig. 2 is a sectional view taken along the line 2-2 of Fi 1;

Fig. 3 is a fragmentary sectional view taken along the line 33 of Fig. 1;

Fig. 4 is a view of a commutating arrangement employed;

Fig. 5 is a representation of a strip of packaging material as used in the mechanical arrangement of Fig. 1, showing several steps of the oxidization process;

Fig. 6 is a perspective view of a package unit constructed in acccordance with the invention;

Fig. 7 is a view of a portion of a package forming roller bearing indicia markings in accordance with the invention; and

Fig. 8 is a schematic representation of an arrangement which may be employed in connection with the system of my invention for providing colored indicia eflects.

of regenerated cellulose.

The invention contemplates the preferable use of regenerated cellulose material of ribbon formation fed through a plurality of rollers for operating on the material in a plurality of oxidization treatments p'roduced under pressure.

According to one embodiment of the invention, cellulose material is subjected to an oxidization marking step for producing various indicia on the material.

This indicia may be in the form of advertising, serial numbers, or instructions for the use 01' the packaged article. In another step, the material, thus provided with indicia markings, is formed to enclose the article with a seal, the seal being produced 5 by further oxidization of the material.

In the use of strip packaging material, such as regenerated cellulose, various difficulties have heretofore been encountered in providing packages with suitable indicia markings. Recourse 10 has generally been had to inked stampings on the surface of the material but it is found that such markings are often unsuitable for various reasons, one of which is that the material does not receive and maintain such stampings in a very. suitable manner. A further difficulty resides in the proper alignment of the indicia markings with the package itself. That is, even though the cellulose material has been provided with inked stampings, it is very difiicult, in a packaging process, to insure that these markings coincide with a particular package. In other words, during the processing packages are eventually produced which will have the indicia markings out of alignment with the package giving an awkward and unsatisfactory appearance, and often being entirely useless for the purpose in tended, such as where instructions are given for the dosage of packaged medicines.

Regenerated cellulose strip material may be provided with stamped ink markings produced in a separate process and then rolls of the material used in a packaging machine. In a continuous packing machine, however, there is no satisfactory method to insure the alignment of the stamped markings for the particular package, inasmuch as expansion and contraction as well as tension produce various linear changes in the material which cannot be foreseen and compensated for with any exactitude in a continuous manufacturing process. In some related processes, photoelectric cells and adjusting systems have been used in an attempt to secure alignment, but such arrangements are not believed to be practical or desirable in packaging systems of the type here indicated. Further, since packaging processes depend upon the use of heat in an oxidization process, the inked stampings are subject to more or less deterioration and eifacement. Such objections are even more true if an attempt is made to place the inked stampings directly on the material during the packaging process. If this method is resorted to, a considerable length of the cellulose material must be provided between the packaging operation itself and the inking operation in order to permit drying. Such a length of material permits the linear changes which displace the markings and produce disalignment of the indicia in the packaging process. It will therefore be seen that the use of inked markings is fraught with various difficulties and is an unsatisfactory arrangement at best.

The present invention, by forming the indicia markings directly in the material without any addition of ink or other matter, makes a permanent marking which cannot be eifaced without destroying the package and which is, further, of a structure similar to the rest of the package and in keeping with its general appearance and structure. A very important advantage is that it is possible to have the packaging operation and the indicia marking operation in close proximity with each other to insure the absolute alignment of the indicia marking in the proper place on each package. The package produced according to this invention utilizes a regenerated cellulose material of a normally tough and wiry nature to produce article enclosing envelopes of a resilient nature resistive to tearing and having the necessary strength to properly retain the commodity articles in sealed and sanitary segregation. This envelope is formed by surrounding the packaged article with sealing areas in which the material is joined together in an inseparable bond subjected to an oxidization process wherein the physiochemical nature of the cellulose material is altered to become brittle and easily torn, in contradistinction with the normally tough and wiry nature of the cellulose material. The indicia markings may be provided in a central portion of the commodity containing enclosure of the package so as not to weaken that portion of the enclosure areas which actually engage with the article. In another form of the invention, the indicia markings may be accomplished by utilizing an outlineeffect of the oxidization process to form the indicia. In any event, the indicia markings are produced by the use of an oxidization treatment of the cellulose material to produce a change in the refractive index of the material along predetermined lines signifying intelligence conveying symbols.

Referring to the drawings in detail, Figs. 1 and 2 show a portion of the packaging machine according to the invention. A roll of regenerated cellulose material I of strip formation is provided upon the spindle 2. The regenerated cellulose material is initially of a tough and wiry nature and is substantially transparent to light. A leader 3 extends from the roll I and is fed over idler rollers 4, 5, and 6, the spindle 2 and idler rollers 4, 5 and 6 being suitably mounted on a frame member 8. From idler roller 6 the leader strip 3 extends into the article feeding and package forming equipment. The commodity articles H are fed in the direction of the arrow l2 along vertical axis A. These commodity articles may be, for example, in the form of medicinal pellets and the article feeding mechanism, as well as the form of the packaging equipment in general, may be of a form shown in more detail in my copending application Serial No. 748,846, filed October 18, 1934.

Another lead sheet I similar to lead sheet Ill extends over idler pulley l3 and proceeds from equipment substantially similar to that shown on the right hand side of the axis A in Fig. 2. That is, the apparatus is substantially symmetrical on opposite sides of the axis A, the left hand portion of the equipment being omitted to avoid duplication and promote simplicity in the representation.

The package forming equipment consists, in part, of a pair of rollers l3 and 14. These rollers are mounted upon shafts l5 and I6 extending through suitable hearings in the supporting frame 6 and another supporting frame 3. These shafts l5 and I6 have a hollow portion coextensive with the rollers l3 and H in which heater cartridges l6 and I! are provided, respectively.

Suitable collector and terminal units l1 and 26 are provided for supplying electrical energy to the heater cartridges l8 and I3, and the exact construction of these units may be similar to other such structures described later in connection with indicia marking rollers.

The roller 13 is provided with a peripheral row of recesses 2|, 22, 23 and 24 while the roller I 4 is provided with a peripheralrow of recesses 25, 26, 21, and 26. In the peripheral surfaces surrounding these recesses, the rollers l3 and I4 are provided with crimping areas as may be seen in part in Fig. 1 with reference to roller l3. These crimping surfaces are mechanically complementary to each other so that the crimping surface of roller I 3 meshes or engages with the crimping surface of the roller l4 to produce a forced interdigitation of the cellulose material fed therebetween. The exact configuration of these crimping surfaces may be compared with a crisscross formation.

In rotation of the rollers l3 and H, the recesses 2|24, respectively, coincide with the recesses 2526 of the roller l4, so that the commodity articles are held therebetween in a proper positioning effect without crushing, while the crimping surfaces join the opposed layers of packaging material in crimped bonding areas surrounding these articles. This forced interdigitation process between the crimped areas is accompanied by a heating process due to the heating cartridges l8 and I! which cause the oxidization of the coated celulose material within a range lower than that required to produce mere adherence of the material and less than that which would produce crumbling of the material, thereby producing an embrittled structure.

The shafts l5 and I 6 are provided with gears 3| and 32 which engage with one another and cause the complementary rotation of the rollers i3 and I4 in opposed directions. The shaft l6 may be coupled through suitable gearing with an electric motor and also with other equipment in the packaging machine such as the article feeding mechanism to which reference was previously made. The gear 32 also engages with an intermediary gear 34 which transmits motion to a driven gear 35. The driven gear 35 is secured upon a shaft 36 mounted between the frame members 6 and 9. This shaft 36 carries a cam member 31. At a point above the axis of the shaft 36, but on the other side of the frame member 8, an indicia roller 40 is provided. The surface of the roller 40 is provided with raised indicia marking elements which, in the present instance, by way of illustration, are numerals from 0 to -9. This indicia roller is mounted on a shaft 44, supported between the members of a yoke 4| pivoted on a shaft 42 extending through the frame members 8 and 9. Extending from the yoke M in alignment with the shaft 44 and the roller 40, there is provided a cam follower element 45 which peripherally engages the cam 31. A suitable slot is provided in the frame member 8 to permit a The number of indicia markings and the teeth ""on the ratchet 46 are disposed so that each tooth of the ratchet advances the roller 46 suiiiciently to present a new number or indicia marking in proximity to the strip 3. Adjacent the ratchet 46 an arm 46 is provided on the shaft 44 and is positioned to engage with a pin 46 mounted in the frame member 8. As shown in Fig. 2, a pawl 56 is provided on the arm 46 and is forced by a spring 5| into engagement with the teeth of the ratchet 46. Other ratchet and pawl means not shown, are provided for preventing rotation of the indicia roller except under influence of the ratchet 46. Arm 53 extends from the yoke 4| on the other side of theshaft 42 and is provided with a tension spring 54 which is secured to the frame member 6. The spring 54 urges the follower element 45 in continuous peripheral contact with the cam 31.

The shaft 44 is hollow and is provided with a heater cartridge 66. Fig. 4 shows'more in detail the construction of this heater cartridge as well as a commutator arrangement for delivering electrical energy thereto. Referring to Fig. 4 it will be seen that the shaft 44 extends into the yoke structure 4| and that an insulating member 6| is mounted on the shaft adjacent the roller 46 and is adapted to rotate therewith. This insulating member 6| is provided with collector rings which respectively engage with brushes 62 and 63. The brushes 62 and 63 are respectively connected with terminal posts 64 and 65 which have insulating bushings provided with connections to a source of heating current. Shell 61 encloses the collector ring and brushes and is secured between terminals 64 and 65 to the yoke structure 4|. Thus, as the roller 46 is rotated, electrical energy is transmitted through the brushes and collector rings to the internal heater cartridge 66 which includes a proper resistance for maintaining the roller 46 within the oxidization temperature range.

Beneath the leader strip 3, and in line with the roller 46. there is provided a roller 46a which is substantially similar to the roller 46 with the exception that the indicia markings provided thereon are mechanical complements of the indicia markings on roller 46. That is, whereas the indicia markings on roller 46 are raised characters, the indicia markings on roller 46a are complementary depressions. All of the other parts described in connection with roller 46 are similarly provided in connection with roller 46a and include the arm 48a, pin 46a, yoke M11, as well as spring 54a.

The cam 3'! has a configuration substantially in the form of an ellipse. When the major axis of the cam is in alignment between axes of the rollers 46 and 46a, as shown in Fig 2, the cam followers associated with these two rollers are in an extended position so that the rollers occupy positions spaced apart from the strip 3 as shown in Fig. 2. When the cam 31 has rotated into a position with the shorter axis in alignment between the two rollers 46 and 46a, the rollers 46 and 46a come into engagement, thereby producing a forced indicia interdigitation of the strip 3, while at the same time heating the desired portion to produce an oxidization sufiicient to change the physiochemical character of the material to alter the index of refraction in the area forming the indicia marking.

Intermediate the idler rollers 5 and 6. an idler roller I is provided. The idler roller I is mounted for rotation in a member susceptible to vertical movement through slots provided in a mounting bracket Ia and the frame member 6. A suitable spring is provided for normally retaining this packaging material 3 extends beneath this idler roller 1 which acts as a tension pulley for the cellulose strip material.

In the operation of the system, the cellulose strip is fed, on one side of the machine, over roller 4 between rollers 46 and 46a. over idler roller 5, under tension pulley I, over idler roller 6, and thence between the bonding and heating rollers l3 and I4. A similar arrangement may be provided on the left hand side of the axes A in Fig. 2 for feeding the strip material in a right hand direction toward the crimping rollers l3 and I 4. As the rollers l3 and I 4 are rotated to draw the cellulose material through the various idler pulleys. while the commodity articles II are deposited between the strips of material by suitable operating mechanism, the cam. 31 is driven through the intermediary of gears 34 and 35 in timed relationship with the rotation of rollers l3 and I4. The configuration of the cam 31 is such that its continuous rotation causes the rollers 46 and 46a to come quickly together for an instant corresponding to the passage of an amount of package material corresponding to one package unit. When the cam 31 revolves to a position permitting the rollers 46 and 46a to return to the normal extended position due to springs 54 and 54a, the arms 46 and 46a engage pins 46 and 46a which operate the ratchets on each of the rollers to revolve the rollers one step, so that a new indicia marking is in proximity to the leader strip 3. Thus, in each marking operation of the rollers 46 and 46a, a new indicia marking is provided. It will be understood that instead of the arrangement shown, several adjacent rollers could be provided on each side of the strip 3 and mechanical means arranged to actuate them in accordance with the mechanism usually found in counters or speedometers whereby each successive roller is operated after a complete revolution of the adjacent one. In this manner serial numbers up to several digits can be applied in succession to the strip so that each package unit can have its own serial number. Again, the ratchet actuating mechanism can be modified so that the indicia marking is changed at any desired point in the passage of: packaging material so that the same indicia marking could be applied to a group of packages and then automatically altered for a subsequent group.

Fig. 5 illustrates the appearance of a strip of the material passing through the various operations of the machine shown in Fig. 2. The section 0 represents a portion of the strip before reaching the rollers 46 and 46a. The section d represents the subsequent portion of the strip after having been acted upon by the rollers 46 and 46a and in which the indicia characters have been marked by the oxidization process in anticipation of the formation of packages in predetermined areas. The section e represents completed package sections in which the leader strip 3 has been joined with the leader strip l6 to enclose commodity articles II with further oxidization areas surrounding the articles to form embrittled sealing areas, the packaging material form of the invention, the crimping rollers l3 and I4 are themselves modified so that the crimping surfaces have areas in which no crimping occurs but which areas are surrounded by crimping and heating surfaces. The outline indicia marking in Fig. 7 represents the number "100. Such an arrangement provides another method of applying idicia which may be employed for certain purposes in lieu of the rollers ll and Ila or in combination therewith. Again, the surface of the crimping rollers may be disposed in a way such that the entire crimping area intermediate each of the commodity containing enclosures of the finished package is in the form of an indicia marking, whereby the embrittled indicia configuration serves not only for designation purposes but forms a bond joining the layers of packaging material. Fig. 7 shows how the crimping area intermediate the package containing areas can be utilized to provide indicia markings and these indicia markings may be either of the outline type as shown in the figure, or, conversely, with the crimping area forming the indicia as well as the bond.

For special effects, it may be desirable to produce color indicia markings, and for this purpose an arrangement such as shown in Fig. 8 maybe used.. Fig. 8 represents an adaptation of the machine shown in Figs. 1 and 2, whereby means are provided to apply a coloring material to the indicia markings. In place of rollers II and a there are provided two rollers Ill and II which are similar to the rollers 40 and a except that, instead of a series of consecutive numbers, similar numbers are provided entirely around the periphery of each of the rollers, the numbers being spaced in accordance with the spacing between individual package units. This arrangement of the numbers is only an alternative formand, of course, it will be understood that any desired arrangement of numbering or indicia markings can be provided as desired.

Acolor roller 83 is suitably mounted for rotation and is of a form having a soft rubber peripheral surface. The roller II is positioned to rotate partially within a. container 84 having a coloring material I! therein. The coloring material 85 is preferably of a finely divided form such as a gold, silver, or aluminum powder. In-

termediate the roller 83 and the roller II is a transfer roller 82 which also has a rubber peripheral surface. The roller 83 and roller 82 are driven by a suitable mechanical connection with the other rotatable elements. The surfaces of the rollers 82 and II may be of any desired texture for transferring the desired amount of coloring powder to the surface of the roller II. 'If desired, these surfaces may be of a slightly roughened form to collect greater amounts of powder than would cling to a smooth surface. As the roller 83 revolves within the container ll a certain amount of the material 85 clings to the surface of this roller. The transfer roller 02, peripherally contacting roller 83 and roller ll,

transfers a sufficient amount of this coloring material to the indicia characters on the surface of the roller OI. The rollers 00 and II are mechanically complementary and difier from the rollers I and a in that they revolve continuously without the intermittent movement in a plane intersecting their axes. As the coated cellulose feeder l is fed between rollers ll and II, the indicia characters on the surfaces of rollers I. and II form embrittled indicia characters upon the material of feeder 3, as before described. At the same time, the coloring material on the roller II is caused to become integral with the embrittled indicia area of the cellulose material due to the oxidization process. In other words, the heating of the coated regenerated cellulose material within the oxidization range produces a physiochemical union of the cellulose material and the color material in the area of indicia configuration. The treated material is thus of a different character than the normal texture of the cellulose material.

Various changes can be made in the representation of Fig. 8. For example, the coloring powder may be applied directly to the material after it has been treated by the rollers and 8| and before the indicia areas have cooled and be-- fore the oxidization processceases. Likewise, the roller 03 may be provided with various means for supplying the finely divided powder. If required, a pneumatic force system can be provided for feeding the powder against the roller 83 or directly against the cellulose material as before pointed out. In any event, the system shown in Fig. 8 may be utilized to provide a form of indicia of striking appearance.

Although the foregoing discloses a preferred form of the invention, it will be understood that many changes and modifications can be made therein without departing from the intended scope of the invention. No limitations are intended other than those imposed by the appended claims.

What I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States is:

1. An indicia marking system comprising, means for supplying and feeding opposed layers of regenerated cellulose packaging material upon opposite sides of an article feeding line, means for oxidizing said material in indicia configurations, and means for joining said layers in an oxidized bond upon opposite sides of said articles in said feeding line to form a commodity package, said oxidizingoperations being performed in predetermined restricted areas with respect to one another.

2. An indicia marking system comprising, means for supplying and feeding different layers of regenerated cellulose packaging material upon opposite sides of an article feeding line, indicia means for oxidizing said layers individually with indicia configurations, and means for subsequently Joining said layers in oxidized bond areas upon opposite sides of said articles to form package enclosures, said means operating concomitantly to mark and seal the package structure by oxidation in related areas 'of the material thereof.

3. A package forming and indicia marking machine comprising, a pair of package forming rollers having article recesses and crimping surfaces, means for supporting and rotating said erated cellulose material, movable indicia marking means for operating on the material fed from at least one of said rollers, means for heating said rollers and said indicia marking means, and driving means for effecting the movement of said rollers and said indicia marking means in timed relation to join layers of said material by oxidization to enclose an article to produce a package structure having indicia markings thereon in alignment with package enclosure portions thereof.

4.Amachinein accordance withclaim3in which said indicia marking means includes a cam member for causing intermittent contact of said marking means with said packaging material.

5. A machine in accordance with claim 3 in which said indicia marking means includes means provided with a plurality of diflerent indicia characters and means for changing from one character to another for marking said material with said consecutive characters.-

6.Amachineinaccordance withclaim3in which said indicia marking means comprises a pair of indicia rollers positioned upon opposite sides of one of said layers, a pivoted yoke supporting each of said rollers, cam means, followers carried by said yokes for engaging said cam means, resilient means for urging said followers into engagement with said cam means, said rollers being provided with a series of complementary indicia characters each diiferent from one another, and ratchet means for rotating said rollers to change from one character to another, said ratchet means being effectively operated by said cam means for effecting said change.

I. A package forming and indicia marking ma chine comprising, means for supp w and feeding opposed layers of packaging material, and package-forming means for joining said layers in bonding areas to produce commodity enclosures, said means having complementary bonding areas with predetermined indicia characters formed therein, said means being operable on "opposite sides of said layers for recurrently producing a combined bond and indicia area in said layers of material whereby a package may be produced having sealing areas provided with indicia characters.

8. A machine in accordance with claim 3 in which said indicia marking means comprises complementary engaging elements operable toward each other upon opposite sides of said material in a marHng operation. and take-up means operable upon said material between said indicia marking means and said package forming rollers to permit said rollers to continuously feed said material in a packaging process while permitting the momentary interruption of the movement of said material at another point by said indicia marking means.


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U.S. Classification53/131.5, 101/25, 206/459.5, 53/555
International ClassificationB65B61/00, B65B61/26
Cooperative ClassificationB65B61/26
European ClassificationB65B61/26