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US Patent: 272,192
Metal Planing Machine
Patentee:
Albert B. Bean - New Haven, New Haven County, CT

USPTO Classifications:
409/341

Tool Categories:
metalworking machines : metal planers

Assignees:
None

Manufacturer:
New Haven Manufacturing Co. - New Haven, New Haven County, CT

Witnesses:
John E. Earle
Lillian D. Kelsey
J. H. Shumway

Patent Dates:
Applied: Sep. 04, 1882
Granted: Feb. 13, 1883

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"Vintage Machinery" entry for New Haven Manufacturing Co.
Description:
Abstract:

This invention relates to an improvement in machines for planing iron, and has for its object, first, a device by which the feed of the machine may be varied or adjusted while in operation; and, second, to work the leading screws which raise and lower the cross-head directly from the driving-shaft of the machine, thereby bringing within the machine itself the means of applying power to drive the crosshead leading-screws; and in such devices as hereinafter described.

Claims

1. In an iron-planer, the herein-described frictional disk for imparting feed to the tool-stock upon the cross-head, consisting of the disk G, fixed to the shaft and constructed with recesses filled with non-metallic blocks a c, with the disks I H, respectively, upon opposite sides y of the disk G, the said two disks I H loose upon the shaft and brought into frictional contact Y with the said blocks, substantially as described.

2. In an iron-planer, the combination of a disk loose on the shaft, but engaging therewith by frictional contact, the said disk provided with lugs, a shoulder against which the lug Will stop when turned in one direction, a segment hung upon the shaft and carrying a stop in the path of the lug on the disk, and mechanism, substantially such as described, to impart to said segment a rotative movement, with mechanism, substantially such as described, connecting said disk with the cross-head of the machine, substantially as described.

3. In an iron-planer, the combination of a disk loose on the shaft, but engaging therewith by frictional contact, the said disk provided with lugs, a shoulder against which the lug` will strike when turned in one direction, a toothed segment hung upon the shaft and carrying a stop in the path of the lug on the disk, a shaft carrying a worm, working into said segment, and by which it may be adjusted, with mechanism, substantially such as described, connecting said disk with the cross-head of the machine, substantially as described.

4. In an iron-planer, the combination of a pulley on the driving-shaft, connected to the transverse shaft driving a vertical leading-screw for the cross-head, a clutch on the driving-shaft to connect or disconnect it with said pulley, and a second clutch to connect or disconnect the shaft from the mechanism for moving the platen, and mechanism, substantially such as described, between the said two clutches to disconnect the one when the other is connected, and vice versa, substantially as described.

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