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June 1, 1948.
2,442,744
C. J. GEIGER
BUFFING OR POLISHING MACHINE
Filed March 19, 1947
2 Sheets-Sheet 1
INVENTOR.
CARL. J. GERBER
HIS A'I'FQRJVEY.
June E, 1948.
c. J. GE£GER
2,442,744
BUFFING OR POLISHING MACHINE
Filed March 19, 1947
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
M
INVENTOR.
CARL J. @EIQEK
Patented June 1, 1948
2,442,744
UNITED STATES PATENT
FFICE
2,442,744
BUFFIN G OR POLISHING MACHINE
Carl J. Geiger, New York, N. Y.
Application March 19, 1947, Serial No. 735,713
1 Claim. (Cl. 51—166)
1
2
This invention relates to bu?ing, polishing or
pulleys and belt 25, 26, respectively, or in any
grinding machines whose principal object is to
other suitable manner.
Suitably ?xed to the support I3 to envelop
provide a structure that will be compact so that
it can be accommodated in a relatively small
space and be convenient for home use.
Another object is to provide a structure that
the upper parts of the wheels 29 are semi-cylin
drical shields 28. Attached to these shields and
opening into the spaces directly around the
wheels are conduits 21 which extend through the
wall H and platform l2 and terminate in the
will be simple, of a relatively light weight and
cheap to manufacture.
Still another object is to arrange the bu?ing
dust collecting chamber 24.
Wheels and the motor driving the same so that 10
the centrifugal forces thereof will counter-bal
ance one another.
And still another object is to mount all oper
ating parts so as to reduce vibrations to a
The construction of the machine is such that
the parts on one side of the upright wall are
adapted to counterbalance those on the opposite
side, so that in operation vibration will be con
siderably reduced.
15
What I claim is:
Another object is to provide automatic means
As an article of manufacture, a bu?ing ma
chine or the like, comprising a base plate, an
for the removal and collection of the dust directly
upright plate wall mounted thereon, a horizontal
from the region around the bu?ing wheels.
platform projecting from the rear face of said
With these and other objects in view that will
be apparent from the detailed description of my 20 wall, a vmotor mounted on said platform, adjacent
to the rear face of said wall, a housing projecting
invention the latter substantially consists in the
centrally and forwardly from the upper part of
novel construction, combination and arrange
the front face of said wall, a horizontal shaft
ment of parts as will be hereinafter fully de
extending parallel to said wall in the plane of the
scribed and de?ned in the appended claim.
In the accompanying drawing which consti~ 25 axis of said motor, and borne in the forward
end of said housing, bu?ing wheels ?xed on said
tutes part of this speci?cation and in which
shaft, one on each side of said housing, a motion
similar reference numerals denote corresponding
transmitting means for said shaft from said
parts;
motor, concealed within said housing, a dust col
Fig. 1 is a perspective View of my new buffing
lecting chamber mounted on said base plate at
machine;
'
80 the rear of said wall below said platform, rotary
Fig. 2 is an end view thereof;
means for creating suction in said chamber,
Fig. 3 is a top plan view thereof, and
means for transmitting motion to said suction
Fig. 4 is a rear view thereof.
creating means from said motor, shields mounted
Referring more in detail to the drawing, my
machine comprises a base It, an upright wall I l 35 above said buffing wheels and conduits connected
to and leading from within said shields through
?xed on said base, a platform l2 projecting from
said wall into the dust collecting chamber.
one side of said wall and a bu?ing wheel support
CARL J. GEIGER.
l3 projecting from the opposite side of said wall.
To reduce the weight of the machine, the wall,
REFERENCES CITED
platform and support may be constructed from
40
seamless pipes I4 covered by steel or aluminum
The following references are of record in the
plates I5, I6 and il, suitably welded together.
?le of this patent:
Suitably ?xed to the front end of the support
UNITED STATES PATENTS
l3 are bearings is (only one being shown) for a
Number
Name
Date
horizontal shaft I9 on which are ?xed the buffing
1,102,344
Krug _____________ __ July '7, 1914
or polishing wheels 20. The support i3 is ad
1,861,903 '
Bellando _________ __ June '7, 1932
vantageously made in form of a hood to enclose
minimum.
-
the means for transmitting motion to the shaft
19, as belt or gears, from the motor 21, mounted
on the opposite side of the wall H. Suitably 50
supported on the base I0 below the platform I2
is a dust collecting chamber 24 in which is
mounted a suitable rotary blower, whose shaft
251 may be driven from the motor 21 through
1,914,413
1,999,133
2,120,194
Elbert ___________ __ June 20, 1933
Mason ___________ __ Apr. 23, 1935
Smith ___________ __ June 7, 1938
2,315,090
Dreher __________ __~ Mar. 30, 1943
2333.341
Scrivener _________ __ Nov. 2. 1943
2,399,239
Martin __________ __ Apr. 30, 1946
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