huebneb

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  • Publication Date: February 05, 1924
  • Publication Number: US-1482562-A

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1,482,562 W- C. HUEBNER PRINTING nan-us Feb. 5 1924. ADJUSTIBHT INDIOA'IING BANS POI. PHOTOGRLPHIG MID OTHER APPARATUS Fflid 1921 3 Sheets-Sheet. 1 Feb. 5 1924. 1,482,562 10: rao'roamum PRINTING APPARATUS W. C. HUEBNER ADJUSTIIENT INDIOAIING HEARS MID OTHER M'PAMI'US Filed Ill! 9. 1921 3 Shuts-Shut 3 090a 9699 eeeem .I-nzverzibr MGM Patented Feb. 5, '1924. UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE. WILLIAM G. HUEBNEE, BUFFALO, NEWIORK, ASSIGNOB TO HUEBNEB-BLEISTEIR PATENTS COMPANY, 01 BUEE'LLO, NEW YORK. ancrusmmir-rnmcarmo MEANS PKOTOGRAPHIC-IBINTING APPABATUS AND OTHER APPARATUS. Application filed Kay 8, 1921. Serial No. 467,857. To all whom it ma concern: Be it known that WILLIAM C. Hosanna, a. citizen of the United States, residing at Bufialo, in the county of Erie and State of 6 New York, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Adjustment-Indicating Means for Photographic-Printing A. paratus and Other Apparatus, of which e following is a specification. This invention relates more particularly to adjustment indicating means for photograpihic printing or composing apparatus of t e lrind disc osed in mhyi if lication for patent, Serial No. 248,623 e in of wh1ch the present application is a division. These apparatus are adapted for produc- -tion,-partly in section, 0 the auxiliary carress plate any desired number of like or ing photographicully upon the sensitized 2o ifl'erent prints in any desired positionor relative arrangement. .For instance, the aparatus are adapted for repeating rints rom the same transparent printing p etc or negativein a desired arrangement one. single as sensitized used for printing a plurality of im ressions, and also for ccmggsmgpurposes w ere it is. fl'erent sub sets-in a. re--- desired to place determined arrangement on.t e ress p atel, so The apparatus are also adaptedor making press p ll. is necessary to photograp the prints-in exact register on different sensitized latesthat are used for printing the di erent as colors. Such apparatus comprise a support. for the sensitized press plate, a light chamber or support arranged to supports-trans arentphotographic negative or' tinting p re, 40 hereinafter called the. printing -plate,--in front of the sensitized surfaoeoi the pressplate, a back support or pressure-device for the sensitized plate for insuring a tight un1-. form contact of the sensitized surface with late, means for causing thethe printing{ passe e of g 1; through the printing plate for otographing the fprint on the sensitize plate, and means or efiectmgm. relative movement between thesensitized plate so and the printingplate arallel .with the sensitized surface to. ena la the rints to be. made in desired .predetermine and regispositions .on. the 561151 tered locations and tized plate. ug. e,- 1918, press plate which is afterwards ates for multi-color. lprintingnrhere. The obi'lect of the invention is to provide means w ereby the adjustments of the adustable member of such apparatus, or analogous adjustable members are indicated with microscopic precision and can he sickly and easily ascertained or visually o erved so as to enable required 've fine adjustments to he made rapidly wit eatreme precision. In the accompanying drawings: Fig. 1 is a fragmentary side elevation of a photographic printing machine embodyin the invention. ig. 2 is a plan viewthereof. F" 3 is an and elevation thereotwith the light chamber removed. Fig. tie a iragmenta transverse elevaof the sensitized p a e. This carrying me is mounted on asecond frame or auxilia carriage G which, in turn, is adjustable horiizon tally. paralleLwith-theplane of the sensitizedplate ona. main carriage H which is .movable on the baser20 oi the machine to- .ward and from ,the support for the printing plate. This maincarriage H as shown extends horizontally transversely pi the ma- G insover the stationary base 20 and is 5:0- vided ateach .of its 0 posits ends mi '0. pair cit-supporting r01 era; 57 arranged to roll on longxtudinalrails 58 on the base 20 at opposite crsides thereoi. 59 re resents rails secured on the base 20 and over mi ing the rollers 57 to' prevent the tilting or lilting of the carriage: ofiof the supporting rails. The carriage H. is also preferably provided between its ends with front-and rear pairs :of rollers 60 adapted to roll on tracks 60 on top of the base 20.for preventing the sagfiing or deflection of the middle portion of a carriage. The carriage is caused to travel accurately in a straight line by a guide bar 61, Fig. 8, on the carriage extendmg between a tired face 62 and an adjustable gih-or bar 62' on the carriage. The-auxiliary carriage U is provided with supporting-re lere .63 arranged to roll on ;.-.l=. w .-Y@. 2: .e inmain s and themaiz cerriege providedyitl mails 64 which-overhafig-the rol1e'rs'63-'to preife'ut the lifting or tilting of the auxiliary cargeg- .14; repr se ts-s ri -2n :ih mam carnage coogfreti guw th g.fixed-rib .65 and an adjusta le gib or bar 65' on the auxiliary carri e'i-foreecumtelyguiding the latter carriage. G is provided at its opposite ends with allel upright posts 66 wh'i'ifhi'ire referblf tubular and are rigidly con i at thei r tops b a dress The \i "tillperand ailjliiite i v8 screw shafts 72 W132i ere sziitlfiilf 'readil :i'cljiist the 43m dram -1% shiritgflilzisl itably journslled on the main ca iage This inclined shaft is connectedhy spiral gears 100 to a coarse ad- ;iggg; -Sl la fft ;10l 3\'hich is provided at its outenend,withi-mprenk or handle 102 for turning it. 103 is a fine adjustinil shaft for the auxilisry' carriage. ...This s aft is The auxiliary carriage providedwith a worm adapted to be thrown into and out of mesh with a, gear on the oohrseadjiisti'xi'g shift in the manner above explained in connection with the line adjustirlg shaftgifor the: earl-yin" frame. The'iiiijustment of the a-uxi iary earl-la e 'is, a. suitable gr brlifei ehly shown 1); fid'sfm'l e 104, Fig. 1 directly on the This scale in the moveitiirriage moves beneath :1 huiiliEry'dai'ri ige. L iv'hi'eh is fixed onthe main merit of the eve the stile 104. This microfihe. graduations can be a 8: hang leeii'jgz'ui reed on the screen withoiit in 'b' theIu'se of an ordinary microhi the lljdllliSlOIlS of the scale 104. Since the's" 1e'10'4js fixed to arid moves with the iuiriliir'j' ci'irriitge gind isireafi b; the microscope-k nd screen which are mounted on a fixed part, there is no possibility i ii lr v of rrqi; tie to lost motion between the moviingfiixi'dthe designating: part ofthe indicating device and it is therefore possible to auxiliary carriage accuralte y to positions measured in thousandth; of an ixich or less. The,.ad jizstmenb of the carrying frame F is iinldieiii in 'ii 'similer menner' b a,scale l08, Fig.3; seemed rli rectlyii i the carrying fmfiiej fzfltidiipft d to be read by the micro- "s'cogjic prd'egtigqidei'ice 109. similar to tlmi q arejllpstr'ateiand licetiopjust as they are Hisa6$djli$ly ep 'lication Serial No. "nliiipifes't the imii'cating M qs'e i1 machines ihvention is equally applicable to apfbiii'tti s'" of other construction having an adjustable part or member, for the purpose of showmg with precision the ad ustments of such part or member. Furthermore the invention is not limited to the particular construction of the indicating means herein shown and described. I claim as my invention: 1. In a photogra hic printin apparatus, the combination wi an adjusts. is member, of a aduated scale and a microscope, one of which devices moves with said adjustable member past said other device, and a screen in fixed relation to said microscope on which said microscope projects an enla d ims e of the portion of said scale opposite the m1- croscope. 2. In a photographic rintin apparatus, the combination of an a justab e member, a graduated scale fixed on said adjustable member, a microscope past which said scale moves, and a screen on which said microscope rejects an nlarged image of a portion .0 said scale. 3. In a photogra hic printin apparatus, the combination wit an adjusta le member, of a graduated scale, and a microscope, one of which is fixed on said adjustable member and moves past said other device, and a screen in fixed relation to said microscope on which said microscope projects an enlarged image of the portion of said scale opposite the microscope, said screen having a art cooperating with the scale image to indicate the adjustment of said adjustable member. 4. In a photographic printin ap aratus, the combination with an adjusts is member. of a raduated scale and a. microscope, one of which devices moves with said adjustable member past said other device, and a screen in fixed relation to-said microscope'on which said microscope projects an enlarged image of the portion of said scale opposite the microscope and which is graduated to indicate subdivisions of the projected scale graduations. 5. In a photogra hic printing apparatus, the combination wit an adjustable member, of a graduated scale and a microscope, one of which devices partakes in the adjustments of said adjustable member and moves past said other device, and a screen in fixed relation to the microscope on which an enlarged image of the portion of said scale opposite microsco the microscope is projected by said microscope. 6. In a photographic rintin apparatus, -the combination of an a 'ustab e member, a graduated scale arrange to artake in the adjustments of said adjustab e member a stationarily mounted microscope past which said scale moves, and a screen on which said projects an enlarged image of the portion of the scale opposite the microscope. 7. In a photographic rintin apparatus, the combination of an a justab e member, a graduated scale arranged to partake in the adjustments of said adjustable member, a stationarily mounted microscope past which said scale moves, and means cooperatin with said microscope to display an enlarged image of the portion of said scale opposite the microscope, said means having graduations to show subdivisions of the projected scale aduations. 8. he combination with an adjustable member, of a minutely graduated scale for indicating adjustments of said member, and a microsco associated with said scale and one of which devices is movable relatively to the other for projecting enlarged images of successive ortions 0 said scale, and means in fix relation to said microscope coo crating with said microscope to display sai enlarged images. 9. The combination with an adjustable member, of a minutely graduated scale which partakes in the adjustments of said adjustable member, a microscope associated with said scale and past which the scale moves for projecting enlarged images of successive portions of said scale, and means cooperating with said microscope-to display said enlarged images. 10. The combination with an adjustable member and means for efi'ectin minute adgraduated scale for indicating adjustments of said member, and amicroscope associated with said scale and one of which devices is movable relsdzivel to the other for projecting enlarged images of successive portions of said scale, and means in fixed relation to said microscope cooperating with said microscope to display said enlarged images. WILLIAM C. HUE'BI'TER. justments of said'member, o .a minutely

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