Mechanism for converting reciprocatory motion into rotary motion.

  • Inventors: CARL PROETT
  • Assignees: Carl Proett
  • Publication Date: November 24, 1914
  • Publication Number: US-1118799-A

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c. PRD'TT. MEOHANISM FOR CONVERTING REOIPROOATORY MOTION INTO ROTARY MOTION. APPLICATION FILED MAR.1 4. 1914. 1,1 18,799. Patented Nov. 24, 1914 earner ora ion CARL IRl'j'f'l, 01E HAGEN, GERMANY. .illoll. FOlElL CUNVEETING RIECXPROOA'IORY MOTIUN INTO Itl'l'l.AR?! MIU'IIDH. wing members cocl the rotary shaft and in which or inizriliary disk or like member is interposed lietw en the eccentric member and the rec o iting parts, being so mounted. as not to turn with the rotary shaft, the no stroke of the reciprocating members being able of variation by ad'nsting the inclio of the eccentric mem er. r object or the present invention is to p :yviilc improved means for enabling the i clmarimi or the eccentric member to be vaaocl for this purpose it is provided at flee to its pivotal axis and at each i .ro y ohailt on the opposite side to the r; CK(MLLLH1[Zniclllbcltlwllll a toothed co comment in which a toothed sector or wheel i y the latter hemgactnatecl by toothed. which are mounted on a collar splmcrl t invention may he mince mode 5 showing; the my improved a 1 it; a col section through such al the nmchaoiern o5 are necessary to c the "Wee-mot invention F 15;. L- is a w with the eccentric member re- Flo. I: a vertical section showing 1a moeiiiicztitioo of the irwention. and F?- are a-ahwrvn two members 1' o rotating: with the lacing: EwLQiJfiI'lI-tvll in hcmin z o e m and lowing: a concave upper so We the mljnsta'blc member 3) i "tor constitutes: the eccentric member liereanlir-efore refer'rccl to. Supported by ml. hea ing in on the; eccentric m liory rlislt or memher a upper-ted from the hub of the hero by means of hall heorirlr n carries two trnnniono Specification. oi Letters Patent. Patented Nov. 22 MW l; Application fllcrl March to, 1914- Serlul 1E0. 6%,?87 mounted in sliding hearings q adapter? move up and down within the curved ga r on the casing (I. The header of {)lFillLHk r y 5 working within cylimlers arc mounted lo the disk n. According to the present invention tho eccentric member I) is provided with tooth segments working in grooves n in the incaaiimr a. and meshing withtoothcd sectors 9' which pass through 'slot;; in the member a aml are either mounted on a transverse pin e, on tho shaft 0 as illustrated in Fig. l' or lionscil in the member a, the oectors being prcrlemhly arranged atone side of the shaft so that the pitch circle of the scctorshmclics a plane pasemg through the center of the shaft at right angles to the sectors. Momilctl on a collar 71. which IS splmed on the shaft 1' are toothed racks h meshing with the toothed sectors g. If desired the toothed racks may be soituhl; sap sto s it lg. 2). A n lligg 1 the collar 7:. is shown in its highejet position the eccentric member it home isplneecl to the greatest possible extent toward the right so that the greatest pr lilo reciprocation of the piston rods 1* takcc laceQ If the collar h" is moved (lowewordly the toothed racks It will rotate the sectors 9 until the axis of the eccentric more her 2) coincides with the axis of the elicit c whcreonon the reciprocation of the piston] rod. 5 W111 be reduced to zero. The collar ll. may be moved in any desired manner as, for example, by means of a forlr r nioim'tctl upon a shaft 71' which passes laterally through the casing d. Since the (racing ml in kept constantly filled with lubricant it ic necessary to proyide a stalling box l milll'lfi, shaft a" hot as time shaft 1s only occasionally rotated and only to a small extent, c "very simple packing may be employed. .l'n Fig. 3 a mechanism is illustooo which the eccentric member 6 is not rain ported on hearings in the casino; cl Toot io moonterl on trunnions p on the shaft 0 anti supported in ball bearings 'v in the their co whose trunnione p are supported in olilioo; bearings q as described with referohco to Fi .1. l n the modification illustrated. in Fig. 3 the toothed racks 7a.: are shown adapted to rotate spur wheels 9" which do not directly mesh with the segments 1 on the member c but are compounded with smaller pinion. ported laterally by means of Elli w is. wheels g which are in gear with the seggmerits-f. By means of this reclucing gear '1. Mechanism for converting reciprocatory into rotary motion comprising in com 10 binetion a rotary shaft, an adjustably in-- ciinecimember revolving with said shaft, reciprocatory. members, a member interposed between said reciprocatory members, an adjqstably inclined member stationary l5 relatively to said-shaft, tootheci segments on said adjustably inclined member, toothed racks splinecl on said shaft for imparting motion to said segments and lever mechanism for sliding said racks on said shaft. 2. Mechanism for converting reciprocatory into rotary motion comprising in coo birietion a rotary shaft, an adjustofoiy inclined member revolving with sziici shaft, an element supported on said edjustehly inciined inemb er so'as'not to rotate therewith, reciprocetory members connected to said element, a casing inclosing said members and element, toothed segments on said oclj'eistably inclined member, toothed reeks splined on said shaft for imperi'zingmotion tov seiti segments, a lever operating .seid'. m me racks, and an operating shaft supgiortiiig said lever and passing through said nosing. r 3. liiiechsnism for converting reciprocal tory motion. into rotary motion, comprising in combination, a rotary shaft, reoiprocetory members, e'cc'oceve and edjustebly inclined convex member toothed sectors meshing with said segments and oouseol in slots in rotatable with seici shaft. convex member resting on said (iisk con .i; l to said reciprocatory members, toothed me ts on the convex memhr toothed race 7 tion to sci gown: ' lei reek Mechao reciprcczif- 1o tory motion irito rotary motion comprising, in combination a rotary she-aft, reciprocotory members a concave disk rotatable unison "ith. said shaft, a convex member rest i said concave disk, element connect (I. to 50 said reciprocotory members and mounted stotioiiorily upon said convex member tootheclseginents on the convex taco ot said convex member, toothed rocks splined; on shaft for importing motion to said. 55 meets, and lever mechanism for sliding said rocks on said shaft. Mechanism, for converting reciprocm- 'tory motion into rotary motion comprising in combination a rotor-y shaft reciprocetory 6O :zccmhers, e COHCzL'VQ disk rotatable in unison with said shaft a com cs: I?" oer resting: onwe, concave disk, as elem connected. to reciprocetory members and. mounted stetioimrily upon said convex member toothed segments on the convex face of said said; concave d, 1-, mid siirleole toothed rocks in gear wit; sei ."cectors. 7' 111 testimony whereof I my in presence of twowitnesses CABLPRQTT. [1, s0] Witnesses Norse, ALBERT N

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