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Publication numberUS2154738 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateApr 18, 1939
Filing dateOct 19, 1934
Priority dateOct 19, 1934
Publication numberUS 2154738 A, US 2154738A, US-A-2154738, US2154738 A, US2154738A
InventorsReuen Fisher W
Original AssigneeReuen Fisher W
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Punch holder
US 2154738 A
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Patented Apr. 18, 1939 UNITED STATES Gi 'i iiTE PUNCH HOLDER,

W. Reuen Fisher, Frankenmuth, Mich.

Application October 19, 1934, Serial No. 749,041 Renewed March 3, 1939 2 Claims. (Cl. 279-76) My invention relates to a new and useful imadjacent one end with a peripheral groove or provement in a tool retainer and is particularly notch Ii. The holder is also provided with a adapted for retaining punches, dies, drills, reamrecess 12 in which is slidab-ly mounted a latch ers, and similar tools in position on the holder on block is having a latch nose M projected out- 5 which they are used. Wardly therefrom and provided at its center with 5 An object of the present invention is the proa slot E5. In the rear face of the block ii) there vision of a tool retainer whereby a tool may be is formed a recess l6 opening into the recess I'I securely held in position in a holder and preformed in its under surface. One end of aspring vented from longitudinal and rotative movement it engages in the recess Hi and the other end while positioned therein, while at the same time engages the block I. A washer !9 serves as a 10 the tool may be easily and quickly released from bearing plate for the spring i8 and extends downposition in the holder or placed in position therewardly into the recess ii. Positioned in this in. recess I? is a roller 26. Slidably mounted in the Another object of the invention is the provirecess 24 formed in the block I is a head 22 havsion of a tool retainer in which a latching memi-ng the stem 23 projecting outwardly from the 15 her may be used for latching the tool in position block I through the passage 2 l. A releasing plate in the holder and which may be moved to inop- 25 extends upwardly from the head 22 and is in erative position by a slight pressure on an acalignment with the slot i5. In operation when cessible member. the stem 23 is thrust upwardly, the beveled sur- Another object of the invention is the proface 28 of the plate would engage the roller 20 vision in a tool retainer of this class of a latchand roll it rearwardly until the washer is forced ing member which may be held in inoperative rearwardly at its lower end in the recess I I and position while the tool is being placed in the an upward thrust on the stem 23 Will efiect a holder and which when released will move to sliding movement rearwardly of the block l3 un- 25 operative position so as to engage the tool. til the beveled surface 2% engages the surface 21. 25

Another object of the invention is the provi- Further upward movement will move the block sion of a device of this class which will be simple 53 further rearward y so as to disengage the a c in structure, economical of manufacture, durable, nose M from the groove or notch H formed in and highly efiicient in use. the tool 9. When moved to this position, as shown 30 Another object of the invention is the provision in Fig. 2, the tool may be easily withdrawn or 30 of a device of this class which will be compact in erted and p n a r l of the pw pr and in which a. minimum number of parts may sure on the stem 23 the spring 18 will force the be used, block l3 into operative or latching position and Other objects will appear hereinafter. the head 22 will be forced downwardly into the The invention consists in the combination and pos Shown n F g. 1. 35 arrangement of parts hereinafter described and It is evident that when the parts are moved to claimed. the position shown in Fig. 2 and a tool such as The invention will be best understood by a refdescribed inserted therein, the tool may be roerence to the accompanying drawing which forms tated until the notch or groove I i registers with a part of the Specificatiim and in Which, the latch nose whereupon further rotation of the 40 Fig. 1 is a central sectional View of the inven- Same will be prevented by engagement of the tion showing it applied to a punch. latch nose in the recess and longitudinal move- Fig. 2 1s a view similar to Fig. 1 showing the ment of the tool W111 be prevented g ,moved g9 g t z 3 3 f Thus I have provided a simple and effective 15 sec Iona View a an on me 0 means for looking a tool in a retainer, while at Fig. 1.

Fig. 4 is a sectional view taken on line 4-4 of g tune It may be easlly and qulckly rei the drawing I have Shown the invention Wh1le I have illustrated and described the prelustrated with a tool holder 1 secured to which ferred form of cons tmctlor{ I not Wlsh to 11m? 50 is backing m t 3 which 111 Serve t engage myself to the precise details of structure shown the end of the tool and ist the th t, I t but desire to avail myself of such variations and drawing I have illustrated a punch '9 m u ted modifications as may come within the scope of in the tool receiving opening I!) formed in the the appended claims.

56 holder 1. This punch 9 is provided on one side Having thus described my invention what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patcut is:

1. A device of the class described comprising a tool holder having an opening formed therein for the reception of a tool; a latch member slidably mounted on said holder and projectible, at one end, into said opening; resilient means for normally maintaining said member projected into said opening, said latch member having a beveled surface adjacent its forward end; an actuating member slidably mounted on said holder and movable axially of said opening and engaging said surface for effecting a retracting of said latch member; and a curvilinear member engageable with said actuating member, prior to engagement of the same with the said beveled surface, for effecting a partial retraction of said latch memher.

2. A device of the class described comprising a tool holder having a tool receiving opening formed therein; a latch member slidably mounted on said holder; a portion on said member adapted, upon movement of said latch member into a predetermined position, for projecting into said opening, said portion having a slot formed therein intermediate its ends; a spring for normally moving said member into said pre-determined position and tending to resist its retraction therefrom, the forward side of said member, at the rear of said slot, having an inclined surface; a roller positioned below and engageable with said member; a retracting member having a tapered portion at its upper end and slidable of said holder axially of said opening and engageable on an inclined surface with said roller for forcing said member rearwardly and, subsequently to a movement of said member, for engaging said inclined surface and effecting a withdrawal of said portion from said opening.

W. REUEN FISHER.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification279/76
International ClassificationB21D28/34
Cooperative ClassificationB21D28/34
European ClassificationB21D28/34