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Grinding Apparatus (Patent No: 214014)

Inventor: Branden, Harry

Location: Travers

Comments: N/A

Description: WHAT I CLAIM AS NEW IS:

1. In an apparatus of the character described, comprising in combination supporting standards, bearings configurated on the said supporting standards, a main transverse shaft journalled in the said bearings, means to rotate the said shaft, upper and lower transverse bars substantially mounted on the said supporting standards, means slidably mounting a bracket on the upper transverse bar, a sleeve vertically mounted in the said bracket, a vertical shaft journalled in the said sleeve, means for mounting a disc on the upper end of the said vertical shaft, an emery wheel mounted on the said main transverse shaft functioned to grind the said disc, and means rotating the said disc in proper ratio with the said emery wheel.

2. In an apparatus of the character described comprising in combination supporting standards, bearings configurated on the said supporting standards, a main transverse shaft journalled in the said bearings, means to rotate the said shaft, upper and lower transverse bars substantially mounted on the said supporting standards, means slidably mounting a bracket on the upper transverse bar, a sleeve vertically mounted in the said bracket, a vertical shaft journalled in the said sleeve, means for mounting a disc on the upper end of the said vertical shaft, an emery wheel mounted on the said main transverse shaft functioned to grind the said disc, means rotating the said disc in proper ratio with the said emery wheel, and means tensioning the said disc on the said emery wheel.

3. In an apparatus of the character described, comprising in combination supporting standards, bearings, configurated on the said supporting standards, a main transverse shaft journalled in the said bearings, means to rotate the said shaft, upper and lower transverse bars substantially mounted on the said supporting standards, a bracket means slidably mounting said bracket on the upper transverse bar a sleeve vertically mounted in the said bracket, a vertical shaft journalled in the said sleeve, means for mounting a disc on the upper end of the said vertical shaft functioned to grind the said disc, means rotating the said disc in proper ratio with the said emery wheel, said means comprising a helical gear positioned on the said vertical shaft, a bracket mounted on the said sleeve, bearings configurated on the said bracket, a secondary transverse shaft journalled in the said bearings, a worm mounted on the said transverse shaft functioned to drive the said helical gear, an upright standard mounted on the said frame, a bearing configurated on the said standard the opposite end of the said secondary transverse shaft journalled in the said bearing, a pulley wheel mounted on the said main transverse shaft, a belt trained over the said pulley and pulley wheel functioned to transmit power from the said pulley to said pulley wheel.

4. in an apparatus of the character described, comprising in combination supporting standards, bearings configurated on the said supporting standards, a main transverse shaft journalled in the said bearings, means to rotate the said shaft, upper and lower transverse bars substantially mounted on the said supporting standards, means slidably mounting a bracket on the upper transverse bar, a sleeve vertically mounted in the said bracket, a vertical shaft journalled in the said sleeve, means for mounting a disc on the upper end of the said vertical shaft, an emery wheel mounted on the said main transverse shaft functioned to grind the said disc, means rotating the said disc in proper ratio with the said emery wheel, said means comprising a helical gear positioned on the said vertical shaft, a bracket mounted on the said sleeve, bearings configurated on the said bracket, a secondary transverse shaft journalled in the said bearings, a worm mounted on the said transverse shaft functioned to drive the said helical gear, an upright standard mounted on the said frame, a bearing configurated on the said shaft, the opposite end of the said secondary transverse shaft journalled in the said bearing, a pulley mounted on the said main transverse shaft, a belt trained over the said pulley and pulley wheel functioned to transmit power from the said pulley to the said pulley wheel and means regulating the tension of the said belt.


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