|Publication number||US2176122 A|
|Publication date||Oct 17, 1939|
|Filing date||Jan 6, 1938|
|Priority date||Jan 6, 1938|
|Publication number||US 2176122 A, US 2176122A, US-A-2176122, US2176122 A, US2176122A|
|Inventors||Thomas J C Chapman|
|Original Assignee||Ind Patents Corp|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Referenced by (5), Classifications (10)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
Oct. 17, 1939. T. J. c. CHAPMAN PASTING DEVICE Filed Jan. .6, 1938 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Jimm J.' C Cfiapmak INVENTOR T A 7' TE I B W W a. a. m g, ATTORNEY 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 T. J. C. CHAPMAN PASTING DEVICE Filed Jan. 6, 1938 Oct. 17,1939.
ATTORN EY Patented 17, I i
UNITE STATES. PATENT OFFICE Patents Chapman, Chicago, 111., aaaignor to ration, Chicago, 111., a
Applicationlanuary 6,-1938, Serial No. 183,728
This invention device.
6 Claims. (01. 93-36) relates to an improved pasting One of the objects of the invention is to provide an improved pasting device.
Another. object of the invention'is to provide an improved pasting device folding and sealing the ends ingcases adapted for pasting. of fiber board pack- The device of the present "for pasting, folding, and fiber board packing cases, type of packing case invention is adapted sealing the ends of more especially the formed of one piece, comprising side walls. and end flaps extensible from each of the side walls. Usually the end flaps of opposing walls of when folded over, form an packing cases of this character,
end closure approximately half of the folded length, the end flaps stood, however, that invention is adaptable to packing cases having end flaps of greater or less extension andthat the end flaps just described shall be considered as illustrative only and not as the invention.
limiting the scope of Reference is had to the drawings in which like Figure l is a perspective view illustrating a in accordance with plan view of the device shown in Figure 3 is a sectional view taken substantially on the line 3-8 of Figure 2.
Figure 4 is a sectional view taken substantially on the line 6-4 of Figure 2 In the drawings the device of the present invention is shown mountedupon suitable framework comprising horizontal 2, 4, 5 and 6 mounted upon cross members i, -2, standards 1, suitably braced by cross angles, such as 6.
Paste reservoir 9, comprising a substantially rectangular trough is rigidly secured between cross member 3 and riser Iii, the riser It being rigidly secured to cross-angle Ii.
supplied to reservoir 9 from supply tank l2 through line H. Supply tank 82 is rigidly secured to cross member 3, as by bracket M. In the device illustrated in the drawings the supply oi paste to reservoir 9 is through the medium of hen manually controlled d valve 45. it will b Tray or apron 22 may be provided beneath reservoir 9 to catch fragments and dripplngs of paste. Ledge 22, reinforced by web 24, is welded or otherwise rigidly secured to'riser III, as by arm 25. Ledge 22 is extended forwardly of the forward end 26 of roller I 6 and is secured substantially in alignment with the uppermost surface of roller 16.
Baille 21, of substantially semiconical formation, is rigidly secured.- between cross members 6 and 4, below ledge 22 and to either side of ledge 22. Baille 2! commences at a relatively large substantially semicircular end 22 and upwardly to a relatively small flatend 29.
Carton blank supply rack 20 provided with rear wall 2| and retaining ledge 22 is rigidly secured between cross members 3 and 6 and standards 22, 20, and 26. 30
In use an operator standing in the corner defined by cross members 2 and 6 lifts one of the supply of carton blanks 26 from rack 20 and presses it at its folded ends so that the side walls and corresponding end flaps open to a sub- 85 stantially rectangular formation. The partially formed carton is then grasped by the operator at approximately the top edge so that the side walls flaps 2i and 22 are held substantially transversely of paste roller l6 and the remaining end flaps 39 and 40 are held substantially longitudinally of roller I6. The operator then moves the partially formed carton blank 26 down onto roller l 6 with a slightly drawing movement toward the end 26 of roller IS in a manner such that flap 21 will strike the ungrooved portion of roller l6 and be folded in-. wardly.
The carton 26 is then given a slight backward movement toward the end 20 of roller l6, whence the end flap 28 is seated within one of the grooves 2| and is folded inwardly toward the end flap 31. The carton 26 with the end flaps 2! and 38 5d and tapers inwardly 25 each resting against the surface of roller I6, is then moved from side to side transversely of roller l6, sufiicient pressure being applied such that roller l6 will be rotated and thus apply a film of paste to the contacting surfaces of flaps 31 and 3B.
Carton 36 is then moved toward end 26 of roller l6 and over ledge 23 and onto packing table or conveying means II. In the movement of carton 35 over ledge 23 the end flaps 39 and III are moved against baille 21, whence they are folded inwardly and upwardly against the paste covered surfaces of end flaps 31 and 38. The end flaps 31 and 38, and 39 and 40 are sealed one against the other by pressure applied to the carton as it is moved onto packing table ll.
1. In a pasting device, a paste roller, means for applying paste to the surface of the roller, a ledge secured adjacent one end of the roller and in substantially longitudinal alignment with the roller and a flap folding baille mounted below and to either side of the ledge.
2. In a pasting device, a past roller, means for applying paste to the surface of the roller, a ledge secured adjacent one end of the roller and in substantially longitudinal alignment with the topmost surface of the roller and a substantially semiconical flap folding baille mounted below and 'to either side of the ledge.
3. In a device for applying paste to a surface of a foldable flap of a carton, a paste roller provided with a peripheral foldable flap engaging groove, means for applying paste to the surface of the roller, a ledge secured adjacent one end of the roller and in substantially longitudinal alignment with the topmost surface of the roller and a substantially semiconical flap folding baiiie mounted below and to either side of the ledge.
4. In a device for pasting and securing the ends of a carton having four side .walls and an end flap extensible from each of the side walls, a paste roller adapted for applying a film of paste to the outer surface of two of the opposing folded end ilaps, a ledge secured at one end of the roller and in substantially longitudinal alignment with the topmost surface thereof for holding the paste covered end flaps in folded relationship, and a substantially semieonical bailie mounted below and to either side of the ledge for folding the remaining opposing end flaps inwardly and upwardly against the paste covered end flaps during movement of the carton over the ledge.-
5. In a device for applying paste to a foldable flap of a carton, a paste roller, means for opposing the passage of the edge of the foldable flap along the roller whereby the flap is folded and the surface thereof is caused thereby to come into contact with the surface of the paste roller, a ledge secured adjacent to one end of the roller and in longitudinal alignment with the topmost surface of the roller, and a substantially semiconical shaped flap folding baffle mounted below and to either side of the ledge.
6. In a device for apply paste to a foldable flap of a carton, a paste roller, means for opposing the passage of the edge of the foldable flap along the roller whereby the flap is folded and the surface thereof is caused thereby to come into contact with the surface of the paste roller, a. ledge secured adjacent one end of the roller and in substantially longitudinal alignment with the roller and a flap folding baiile mounted below and to either side of the ledge.
"moms J. c. CHAPMAN.
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|U.S. Classification||493/128, 118/32, 493/183, 493/453, 493/337, 493/151, 118/244|