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Publication numberUS3449146 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJun 10, 1969
Filing dateMay 16, 1967
Priority dateMay 16, 1967
Publication numberUS 3449146 A, US 3449146A, US-A-3449146, US3449146 A, US3449146A
InventorsChester H Dawson
Original AssigneeRemington Arms Co Inc
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Induction method of armoring metal articles
US 3449146 A
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June 10, 1969 I c DAWSON 3,449,146

INDUCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16, 1967 Sheet arm 1 1 I CLEANING WORK PIECE 1 (FIG 2) E APPLYING FILM 0F ADHESIVE 0N SURFACE TO B: AZRMORED (FIG 3) SPRINKLING REFRACTORY POWDER ON ADHESIVE FILM INDUOTIVELY HEATING COATED WORK PIECE INSTANTANEOUSLY (FIG 8) I .H COOLING WORK PIECE WITH FUSED SURFACE (FIG 9) V REMOVING LOOSE MATERIAL FROM WORK PIECE (FIG I0) K FORMATION OF CUTTING EDGE (FIG II) INVENTOR Ca s ieriiDawsorz L\ ARMORED WORK PIECE (FIG I2) ATTORNEY June 10, 1969 c DAWSON 3,449,146

INDUCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16, 1967 Sheet 3 of 54 June 1 1969 c. H. DAWSON Y Y 3,449,146

I I ND UCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES FiledMay 16, 1967 Sheet of 54 ELECTRICAL WORK COIL OSCILLATOR AND TANK CIRCUIT RECTIFIER TRANSFORMER POWER LINE June 10, 1969 c. H. DAWSON INDUCTION METHOD OI ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Sheet Filed May 16, 1967 .554 o 9:3 823 u wmmmm June 10, 1969 c. H. DAWSON INDUCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16, 196'? f of 34 Sheet J 10, 1969 c. H. DAWSON 3,449 1 INDUCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16, 1967 Shet 6 of 54 T1 81 T12 IE1 SICKLE SECTION BRUSH ASSEMBLY TO BE COATED WITHIN DOTTED AREA /o27 mz a HINGE AND SLIDE SECTION [0/4 June 10, 1969 c. H. DAWSON 3,449,146

I INDUCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16, 1967 Sheet 7 of 54 1: E3 ADHESIVE APPLICATOR CIRCUIT AC SOURCE OF ELECTRIC POWER HAND OPERATED STOP swn'cu END-IFORVIIARD-MOTION BUMPER SWITCH SINGLE POLE r f I025 DOUBLE THROW RELAY 1024 (IN NORMALLY CLOSED CONDITION) END-REVERSE-MOTION M BUMPER SWITCH /0.Z6 0* A 4 l a BUMPER SWITCH I8 HELD II OPEN BY BUMPER DURING MACHINE AT READY HINGE REVERSE MOTION WEIGHT OF PART THROW SOLENOID VALVE FORWARD MOTION STARTING SWITCH START-FORWARD-MOTION SWITCH HINGE FORWARD MOTION SOLENOID VALVE "HINGE" REFE'RS TO CARRIER-PARALLELOGRAM-HINGE MECHANICAL and ELECTRICAL ACTIONS FOLLOW IN SEQUENCE FROM START Io RETURN to READY UNLESS HAND OPERATED STOP SWITCH IS TURNEDIOFF TO "FREEZE" ACTION AT ANY DESIRED PHASE FOR SERVICING OR OTHERWISE June 10, 1969 c. H. DAWSON 3,449,146

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INDUCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16,. 1967 Sheet /3 of 54 PARTS FEEDER AND FUSING MECHANISM CIRCUIT HIGH FREQUENCY GENERATOR PRODUGES SENSING POWER L THEN NORMAL sERvlcE Ac IS usEo THRUOUT 6L 8 HIGH FREQUENCY SWITCH GENERATOR (NORMALLY OPEN 5mg B|A5 CONTROL .IHEAFONRTIMER DIRECTIONAL RELAY ,IL H.F. GENERATOR L SWITCH f monmw T fi I 33 REMOVE WEDGE SOLENOID VALVE I l THRU CYUNDER (NOR/TE OP N) REVERSE MOTION LY E SOLENOID VALVE THRU 1 .55 CYLINDER SW'TGH ENGAGE WEDGE (NORMALLY OPEN) M SOLENOID VALVE -'1 F T THRU L mama OPEN, CLOSE GLAMP DIRECTIONAL SOLENOID VALVE fir THRU CYLINDER "l FORWARD MOTION SOLENOID VALVE I THRU SWITCH CYLINDER PUSH BUTTON CIRCUIT START-EACH-CYCLE-MANUALLY RELEAsE CLAMP SOLENOID VALVE -'---b--- T THRU sIN Ts IYE E SLE CYLINDER SWITCH oousL jTuRow v C(NORMALLY cLosEmj\ A l0 4) SENSED AUTOMATIC CIRCUIT OPERATES IN TIME WITH THE HIGH FREQUENCY GENERATOR TIMING DEVICE June 10, 1969 DAWSON 3,449,146

INDUCTION METHOD OF ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16, 1967 Sheet '/4 01-54 COLD ROLLED (AS ROLLED) HOT ROLLED (PIGKLED AND AGGREGATE BLASTED) CAST (P|GKLE0,AGGREGATE BLASTED 0R TUMBLEDI MILLED 4 (As MILLED) FORGED (AGGREGATE BLASTED-OR TUMBLED) BRUSH, SPRAY, on G PRINT.

PASS THRU CURTAIN FALLING FROM MAGNETIC FEEDER OR VIBRATING- MESH BEFORE ADHESIVE SETS.

HEATED UNDER INFLUENCE OF PROTECTIVE ATMOSPHERE OR HEATED RAPIDLY WITH OR WITHOUT ATMOSPHERE SUCH AS INDUCTION HEATING.

PARTS, WHERE PRACTICAL, AND OF SUITABLY ALLOYED BASE METAL MAY BE IMMEDIATELY (WHILE STILL ABOVE CRITICAL TEMPERATURE) QUENCHED IN PROPER BATH AND SUBBE- OUENTLYTEMPERED TO DESIRED TOUGHNESS.

ASHING IN HOT SODA SOLUTION AND WATER OR PLAIN HOT WATER TO EITHER OF WHICH A RUST INHIBITOR HAS BEEN ADDED, THEN WIRE BRUSHING OR TUMBLING.

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INDUCTION METHOD OI ARMORING METAL ARTICLES Filed May 16,1957 Sheet Z of 54-

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Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US3954460 *Jun 6, 1973May 4, 1976Inland Steel CompanyMethod of sinter coating metal strips with metallic powder using fatty acid amide as a temporary adhesive
US3988955 *Sep 11, 1974Nov 2, 1976Engel Niels NCoated steel product and process of producing the same
US4039700 *Apr 23, 1974Aug 2, 1977Robert Bosch G.M.B.H.High frequency heating of metal powders
US4278708 *Oct 31, 1979Jul 14, 1981Ford Motor CompanyConductive corrosion resistant material and alkali metal/polysulfide battery employing same
Classifications
U.S. Classification427/543, 427/256, 428/332, 427/380, 336/62, 118/620, 428/336, 427/197, 427/375, 427/226, 427/205, 428/698, 427/419.7
International ClassificationC23C28/04, C23C24/00
Cooperative ClassificationC23C28/04, C23C24/00
European ClassificationC23C28/04, C23C24/00
Legal Events
DateCodeEventDescription
Oct 15, 1987AS17Release by secured party
Owner name: PEOPLE BANK :
Owner name: REMGRIT CORPORATION, 939 BARNUM AVE., BRIDGEPORT,
Oct 15, 1987ASAssignment
Owner name: REMGRIT CORPORATION, 939 BARNUM AVE., BRIDGEPORT,
Free format text: RELEASED BY SECURED PARTY;ASSIGNOR:PEOPLE BANK;REEL/FRAME:004771/0114
Jul 7, 1986ASAssignment
Owner name: PEOPLE S BANK, 970 LAFAYETTE BOULEVARD, BRIDGEPORT
Free format text: SECURITY INTEREST;ASSIGNOR:REMGRIT CORPORATION, A CORP OF SC.;REEL/FRAME:004571/0855
Effective date: 19860623
Jul 7, 1986AS06Security interest
Owner name: PEOPLE S BANK, 970 LAFAYETTE BOULEVARD, BRIDGEPORT
Effective date: 19860623
Owner name: REMGRIT CORPORATION, A CORP OF SC.