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Telefonnummern in Georg

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Owing to three conveyor screws having one direction of rotation, and three conveyor screws having another direction of rotation, it is ensured that tube 52 does not take part in the rotary movement of the screws. The shafts 35 extend through the bearing tube 30 for the winding frame 22 which is mounted on the tube 30 by means of a ball bearing 37. It is yet a further object of the present invention to provide a machine for manufacturing chenille and garlands, wherein for the purpose 0f adaptation to the different conditions obtaining in the manufacture of various types of chenille or garlands, it is moreover advantaageous that the speed of the conveyor screws be vari- -a e. A machine for manufacturing garlands comprising a device for producing a tube from filament-like or strip-like material on two conveyor screws arranged at a distance from one another, which are mounted on one side, driven at the same speed in opposite directions, and have opposite threads by using two parallel pairs of threads, each of said pairs of threads consisting of a core wire or thread extending through a longitudinal bore of said conveyor screws, and an outer wire or thread, and means for twisting said pairs of wire or thread around sections of said winding material, said sections being formed by severing said tube, and with means for drawing off the pairs of wire or thread. In particular, plastic filaments or combinations thereof with metallic wires may also be especially advantageous.

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US Patent for Machine for manufacturing garlands Patent (Patent # 3,942,310 issued March 9, 1976)

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The core wires or threads 27 are withdrawn from spools 28, run over guide rollers 29 through a bearing tube 30 of the winding frame 22, and then pass through the conveyor screws 21 to the twisting heads 8. On the contra-ry, the tube slides off loosely onto the core wires after being wound onto the conveyor screws and the latter take up the entire tension of the winding material, which tension can be. It is also an object of the present invention to provide a machine for manufacturing chenille and garlands, wherein as a further development, a pair of scissors is arranged for cutting the tube open between the conveyor screws and in front of them in the direction of conveyance, the cutting surfaces of the scissors being covered with hard metal. For manufacturing garlands of different diameter thus different base plates can be used on which the conveyor screws are arranged at a corresponding distance. It is not necessary for the two filaments wound on the conveyor screws to be of the same material.

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US3330103A

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In this case, it is advantageous that the conveyor screws having core wire bores and the two associated conveyor screws have the same direction of rotation and the same thread. A steel wire 24 leads from the eccentric wheel to scissors 25 which sever the tube consisting of winding material 26. In this way, the diameter of the chenille or the garlands can be adjusted in a convenient and simple manner. The diameter of the finished garlands is determined by the circumference of the wound tube. It is another object of the present invention to provide a machine for manufacturing chenille and garlands, which is capable of processing such materials.

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YV

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While we have disclosed one embodiment of the present invention, it is to be understood that this embodiment is given by example only and not in a limiting sense, the scope of the present vinvention being determined by the objects and the claims. For solving this problem, the invention starts from a machine of the type set forth above and is characterized in that the conveyor screws are located at two corners of an imaginary polygon which is symmetrical about the center of the line connecting said corners, that at the remaining corners of the polygon there are additional conveyor screws driven at the same speed so that the number of conveyor screws having the same direction of rotation is equal to the number of conveyor screws having the opposite direction of rotation, and that at both sides of the intersecting lines there is arranged a cutting device for severing each half of the tube at the center. The object of the invention is to improve known machines so as to be able to use very stiff and very fragile winding material, and to increase the work speed. The machine, as set a plate having a longitudinal slot, and Y' secure by Letters Y means for driving said conveyor screws at the same'V e speed 1n opposite directions and winding said windf forth in claim 1, which includesV the purpose of adjusting the distance between said conveyor screws. It is still another object of the present invention to provide a machine for manufacturing chenille and garlands, wherein by means of the conveyor screws, the wound-on tube is positively advanced onto the core wires or threads led through the bores of the screws and is thereby also positively delivered to the cutting device.

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The outer wires 31 run from their. It is, however, also an object of the present invention to provide a machine for manufacturing chenille and garlands, wherein, however, it is advantageous, that a carriage running along a draw-off track and having two twisting heads driven by means of a motor and an infinitely variable belt drive be employed for the purpose. Garlands with a diameter of 500 mm. A machine for manufacturing garlands comprising a plurality of conveyor screws arranged at a distance from one another at the corners of an imaginary polygon which is symmetrical around the center of a line connecting two opposite corners, two of said conveyor screws which are opposite one another having longitudinal bores through which core wires are drawn, means for driving said screws at the same speed, alternate screws having a thread thereon extending in the same direction, alternate screws being driven in a direction opposite screws adjacent thereto, means for supply of winding material to the periphery of conveyor screws to form a tube as the screws rotate, means for cutting said tube at opposite sides thereof to form severed portions of said tube, means for supplying outer wires, means for twisting each said core wire, its respective outer wires and its respective severed portion of said tube together. The outer wires 31 run over suitably arranged guide rollers 33 to the core wires 27 and are twisted with them at 34. Für weitergehende Informationen besuchen Sie bitte oder.

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US3330103A

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The sprockets can be arranged on the rear side of the interchangeable base and can be covered so as to exclude any troubles. Malachite comes in so many different shapes and forms, we are always being surprised by its beauty. The motor drives twisting heads 8 by way of a belt drive 7, the transmission ratio of which is gradually adjustable by changing the pulley diameter. One of the shafts 35 is driven by the belt pulley 20and turns the other of the shafts 35 in the Vopposite direction by wayof a toothed-wheel gearing'36. Google has not performed a legal analysis and makes no representation as to the accuracy of the date listed. Mounted on the shafts at the front end thereof with respect to the drawing-off direction are sprocket wheels 38 which drive the sprocket wheels 40 of the conveyor screws 21, 21a by means of chains 39 cp. The winding material 26 is fed from supply spools or rolls arranged in cages 49 of the winding frame 22.

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US3330103A

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Another belt drive 15, having stepwise variable transmission ratio, leads from the intermediate shaft 11 to a second intermediate shaft 16. Garlands of a smaller diameter formed in a first operation or by a different procedure may also be used as a winding material. After the winding material has left the braking device, it is wound on the conveyor screws 21, 21a to form a tube 52 which has a regular hexagonal section in accordance with the arrangement of the conveyor screws. After severing the tube between the two top conveyor screws 21, and the two bottom conveyor screws 21a, the fibers thus formed and consisting of the winding material 26 are bound in between the core wires and outer wires 27 and 31 respectively, and are secured in this position by twisting. K It is also not necessary to wind two like threads 26. Thela'st-mentioned shaft 16 drives by way of the belt drives 17, 18 for the power transmission to the conveyor screws 21, a winding frame 22, and an Veccentric: wheel 23.

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US Patent for Machine for manufacturing garlands Patent (Patent # 3,942,310 issued March 9, 1976)

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. Severing is facilitated in addition by each cutting device only severing one wall of the tube. The total unit consisting of both plates 45, 51, of the conveyor screws and their drive, as well as of circumferential wall 53 is attached to the bearing tube 30 in a way as to be easily removable not shown. The fact that the core wires or threads, which in the interests of as great a flexibility of the chenille or garlands as possible, must not be too thick, cannot withstand with a reasonable initial tension the strain, when a tube consisting of stiffer or thicker material is wound on, has heretofore prevented the manufacture of chenille or garlands from such material. During the drawing-olf operation the core wires carry the tube with them and deliver it to a cutting device. For example, simple hooks to which the core wires and outer wires are attached can be used.

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