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Publication numberUS814058 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMar 6, 1906
Filing dateJun 7, 1904
Priority dateJun 7, 1904
Publication numberUS 814058 A, US 814058A, US-A-814058, US814058 A, US814058A
InventorsCharles J Leyers
Original AssigneeCharles J Leyers
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Apparatus for making wire-core hair-pins.
US 814058 A
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No. 814,058. v PATENTBD MAR. 6, 1906.

O.J.LEYERS. I I APPARATUS FOR MAKING WIRE GORE HAIR PINS.

APPLICATION FILED JUNE 7, 1904.

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5110mm 1 I E; 3% @111 Q2 PATENTED MAR. 6, 1906.

, 0. J. LBYERS. APEARATUS FOR MAKING WIRE 0035mm PINS.

APPLIGATION FILED JUNE 7,1904.

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' awvv/wlfo o citizen of the United UNTFED STATES PATENT OFFICE. CHARLES J. LEYERS, OF EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY. APPARATUS FOR MAKING WIRE-CORE HAIR-PINS.

Bpecification of Letters Patent.

Patented Maren 6 1906.

Application filed June #19 4. Serial No. 211,476. 7

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that 1, CHARLES J; LEYERS, a States, residing at East Rutherford, county of B rgen, and State of New Jersey, have inven i certain new and useful Improvements in Apparatus for Making \Vire-C-ore Hair-Pins, of

which the following is a full, clear, and concise description.

This invention relates to the manufacture of hair-pins, and more particularly to the construction of hair-pins of plastic material reinforced by a central longitudinal core of wire embeddedyor formed into the same, whereby the article "is strengthened against fracture and is capable of various useful manipulations, the object of the invention being more especially to produce a hair-pin of celluloid in imitation of tortoise-shell or amber which may be readily bent into any desired shape without danger of cracking or breaking .or other deterioration.

block being supported Referring to the accompanying two sheets of drawings, which form a part of this specification, Figure 1 is a view in perspective of" an apparatus for making the article. Figs. 2, 3, and 4 are transverse vertical sections on the line a a of Fig. 1, showing said apparatus in successive stages of operation upon a blank. Fig. 5 is a detail and modification of the frame and forming-dies, and Figs. 6 and 7 are respectively the article straight and bent.

The apparatus comprises a lower block 1, which is preferably mounted, as a laten, upon a fixed support, and an upper b ock 2, which may be moved toward the lower block by any suitable mechanism, such as a system evers operated by a oot-treadle, the said y a central pillar guided in the framework to permit of such movement. The lower block or platen 1 is provided at its opposite ends, respectively, with a headed stud 3, and the frame containing the forming-dies is adapted to be inserted upon the block under the heads of said studs, as shown in FigL-l. The said frame comprises two end'pieces 4, united by a pair of'spring-straps 5 and 6, and the forming dies are disposed between the end pieces and under the straps, being'permanently united to the latter by screws or rivets 7 at substantiall their central points. i

ll;- e forming-dies are identicalin shape an flat'end faces in contact with the flat'sides of the end pieces 4 4, as shown in Fig. 1, or they determined 'yond the endedge of the heads of the studs as the frame is construction and may be provided with may be providedwith a suitable dovetail or tenon 8, engaging m a corresponding channel or mortise in the sides of the end pieces,

(indicated in Figs; 1 and 5,) but permit them to approach and come into operative e'ngagement with each other, as shown in Fig. 4, the resiliency of the-straps being sufiicient to retract the dies to their normal open positionwhen the closing force has been removed. The proper position of the forming-frame under the heads of the studs 3 3 is gaged and by means of the end portions 9 of which are extended over and bepieces 4 and strike against the the strap 6,

inserted.

The upper or cam block 2 is recessed or channeled longitudinally on its under-surface to receive the creaser-bar 10, which latter is preferably of slightly less length than lthe dieblocks and is supported by two vertical posts 11, extending upwardly therefrom through the roof of the recess and normally pressed in an upward direction by means of the spiral springs 12, interposed between the heads of the posts and suitable brackets secured-to the block. The postsll are each provided with transverse notches adapted to be engaged by the spring-catches 13 for holding them, and consequently the creaser-bar, in a depressed posltion, protruding somewhat beyond the opening of the recess, the springcatches 13 being provided with convenient thumb-pieces overlapping the end of .the upper block. The tapered pins 15 at the four corners of the block 2 are adapted to enter. the recesses 16 in the lower block a greater or less extent and upon a sufficient relative movement of the two parts are adapted to engage the backs of the forming-dies and cam or wedge them together. In operation the two blocks 1 and 2 are first separated, and a strip of celluloid previousl cut of the pro er size and of uniform thickn ssfor the wor in hand is placed upon hexrawe mid 15 thus rim-a1 the top of Lhe forming-dies iwiax'wii spring-straps above mun mmi, the in normal opcn position, 501 Fm (mv What I proper placing 0f the imp. "Th Having :ivsvri'wd my invent is than. depressed min the w ('iiiim mm, and desire to .SQL'UYQ by Letters yo Figs. 1. and 2 by pre sin L In p m the posts H, the :szirmpguum. the notches in the lather and s0- 1 the 01Gz1-SG1' -i)iil do .V n, 2 are than caused to my prmmii i'icient for thetrouser-hm: to of celluloid and amuse it 01' i space between the two dies, as ==E 3, whereupon H chm; 125 m 11210: the: a: to house it wit Wire 01 siighth of celiuioidi piec is, u mnvubie bB-YWGOH said and pivcm and lnzzicwd to said i'vsiiiint member in combination with (I013. bponi'iing die and mauns in mm'ing said divs mluiii'ely mward and (rm-m er'lfih 0i 1.2. In zip mi'u'im, 'm' nniking hf, (ii--li.;1lilt. (winpcisml 0 5 two and place-s uni by Si)1'i}\5il'2i)3 and foi'niing lie fastened ash imp initwsen said em! pic is, said i Hi or groove 1; dias being dixpozam! for elative ,niuvement mavivhen so with respm'i to 1i1lki.i.ViH and mud end 8:,

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platen, relatively movable dies thereon in normally open position, a block having movement toward said platen and cam mechanism carried thereby for closing said dies, in combination with a creaser'- bar normally 7 housed within said block and mechanism for holding said bar projecting from its recess.

9. Apparatus for making wire-core hairins, com rising a pair of relatively movable ormingies, adapted to support a stri of sheet material over the gap between t em when in open position, in combination with a creaser-bar and means for moving the same into said ga to bend the strip into V shape to receive t e core, and means said forming-dies upon the bentstrip.

10. Apparatus for makin wire-core hairpins com rising a pair of re atively movable ormingies and gages for holding a strip of covering material over the gap between them, in combination with a creaser-bar adapted to for closing cooperate with said dies to crease the stri longitudinally, and means for closing sai forming-dies upon said creased strip. 11'. Apparatus for making wire-core hair'- pins comprising a platen and a block having movement toward the same, a pair of forming-dies in said platen and means for holding a strip' of covering material over the gap between them, in combination with means carried by said movable block for pushing said strip into the gap to thereby crease the same longitudinally; and means operated by said block toclose the said dies together upon the creased strip.

y In testimony whereof I have signed my name to the specification in the presence of two subscribing witnesses.

CHAS. J LEYriRs. Witnesses H. G. KIMBALL, WM. G. MCK IGHT.

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US2576826 *Dec 15, 1948Nov 27, 1951Frank G DobbsMethod of binding laminated material
US4961700 *Aug 10, 1989Oct 9, 1990Owens-Corning Fiberglas CorporationShaping means for the production of fiber-reinforced preform articles
Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationB29C43/00