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2,390,639
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MACHINE FOR MAKING AND APPLYING SPANGLES
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. UNITED a STATES PATENT
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MACHINE FOR MAKING AND APPLYING
SPANGLES
Cesar Bustamante, New York, N. Y., assigner of
one-third to Sol Bookstein, Be‘lle Harbor, N. Y.,
and one-third to Boris Weisman, New York,
N. Y.
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Application August 22, 1942, serial No. 455313
15 Claims. l(c1. i12-99)
This invention relates to spangle machines and
has for its object the provision of an improved
spangle machine.
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_ Machines have heretofore been proposed for
sewing pre-formed spangles to fabric. Such ma
chines, however, are objectionable because of the
fact that the spangles are tiny discs, very thin
and very light, `and consequently quite diñicult
tomanipulate or to arrange in any regular order
sideration of the accompanying drawings which
illustrate, by way of example, a spangle machine
arranged to punch the spangles out of a narrow
work strip and sew them to sheet material which
if consists of dress fabric.
In these drawings:
Fig. 1 is a combined plan and sectional View
showing the punching and transferring ,mecha-`
so that they can be handled by a feeding mech it-_ nism in plan, the section being taken horizon-`
tally through the shank of the presser foot of the
anism,A Mechanism for handling such articles is
sewing mechanism;
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apt to be complicated, expensive to make and
unreliable in operation.
Fig. 2 is a view in elevation of the parts of the
,
V It _has also been heretofore proposed to par
machine illustrated in Fig. 1 looking from the
after ‘the needle had entered the hole in the
with the parts in a different Iposition; -and
Figs. 5, 6 and 7 are views of fragments of sheet
tially pre-form the spangles, leaving‘them con~ is_ side of the sewing mechanism;
Fig. 3 is also a view in elevation but looking'
nected together in a continuous strip which was
from the front;
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fed to the stitching mechanism. Associated with,
Fig. 4 is a detailed sectionalview of the punch
this mechanism was a reciprocating knife which
ing mechanism taken on line 4-4 of Fig. 1, but
severed the individual spangles from the strip
center of the spangle in the operationof sewing
the spangle onto the fabric., This machine ne
cessitated that cutting mechanism be positioned '
in close proximity to the needle ofthe sewing
erable diiiiculty. Moreover, the character of de
signs possible with such a machine was limited
because of the fact that it would be impossible
to sew the spangles onto the fabric in overlapped
relation `to one another.
The _object of the present invention is to pro~,
vide .a sp‘angle` machine which is capable of both
manufacturing the spangles from suitable mate
rial andA applying them to the fabric or other
sheet material to which it may be desired to at
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Referring now to these drawings, the machine
has an L-shaped frame I which is suitably
mounted on the frame of a sewing machine. The
mechanism, and this was apt to lead to consid
tach them.
material having spangles applied to them in dif
ferent spacing.
sewing machine is provided with _suitable stitch
forming mechanism including a vertically rei
ciprocating needle 2 and a presser’foot 3, _the
needle being operatively connected in any suit
able manner with the horizontal main shaft 4 lof
the sewing machine, these being the only parts
of the sewing machine illustrated. The sewing
machine mechanism may be of any appropriate
. construction, it being understood that the needle
' 2, presser foot 3 andother parts of the stitch-v
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forming mechanismy make one reciprocation and
More particularly, the object of the present
form one complete stitch for each revolution4 of
invention is to provide a machine in which the
the sewing machine main shaft 4. , .
individual spangles are completely formed from
One leg of L-shaped frame I rotatably sup-V
suitable material and then transferred individu~ 40 ports
an operating shaft 5, this shaft being driven
ally from the forming mechanism to the sewing
from sewing‘machine main shaft 4 through a
mechanism without `losing control of the indi
chain 4a and cooperating sprockets having the
vidual spangles.
same number of teeth, thereby causing shaft 5
A feature of the invention also is the provision
of `a spangle lmachine having forming or punch 45 to rotate in timed relation to shaft 4. On the
end of shaft 5 there is a small crank having` a
ing mechanism Which is disposed suñiciently re~
mote from Ythe sewing mechanism so that the '
design of the punching mechanism will not be
restricted or'impaired by its proximity to the
sewingmechanism.
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a continuous rocking movement to this, arm.
50 Arm 8 is-pinned as shown at 9 to a short shaft
I0 which has a bearing in the short arm of the
A further object of the invention is to provide
a_,spangle machine which is of rugged construc
tion `and canbe used for long periods of time
with a minimum of servicing.
L-shaped frame member I. On the opposite end
of shaft I0 and pinned thereto at II `so as to
rock with arm 8 there is a feed actuating mem
I
The invention will be understood from a con
crank pin 6 which engages a slotted opening >'l
at the rear end of a rock arm 8 so as to impart
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ber I2 (Fig. 2)“, which will be referred Ato laterfon.
The front end «of rock arm 8 actuates a ver
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tically reciprocating punch carrier member I3.
This member viewed from the front is bifurcated
at its upper portion and connected by means of
a pin I5 to actuating member 8 which is slotted
as shown at I4 in Fig. 2. Pin I5 is squared at its
central portion so as to ñt the slot I4 and round
at each ‘end so as to fit round holes in thei bi
yieldable engagement with the teeth 36 by means
of a helical spring 39 surrounding the outer end
of shaft 34. Ratchet member 38 is provided
with a pin 46 which passes through a slot 4I
in shaft 34 so that longitudinal movement of
member 38 is provided for.
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From this it will be understood that on each
upward movement of punch carrier I3 pinion 35
furcated portion of the punch carrier.
is rotated in the clockwise direction as viewed in
Mounted in the lower surface of punch car
rier I3 there are two punches-a small punch 10 Fig. 2, as shown .by the arrow, which causes the
work strip 2| to be advanced. During the down
l`6 and a large punch I1. These punches are both
ward stroke of carrier I3 pinion 35 is rotated in f
round, and slide in openings in a guide bar I8
the opposite direction and the coacting ratchet
which projects horizontally (Fig. 4) from the
teeth slide over- one another, ratchet member 38
lower edge of a downward extension I9 formed
yielding outwardly to permit this action. Back
on the short arm of L-shaped frame member I.
ward rotation of ratchet member 38 is prevented
A die 26 is mounted on the lower surface of guide _
by the adjustment o'f helical spring 33 to provide
I8 but between them there is arranged a rectan
sufñcient friction by means of pressure roll 29 to
‘gular passageway for a work strip 2I from which
prevent such movement. ‘Since at the bottom
the spangles are to be formed and punched.
of the stroke of punch carrier I3 the punches
In order to guide the rear end of punch car 20
I6 and I1 engage the work strip 2| and prevent
rier I3, a guide rod 2-2 is fixed in guide bar I8
its
forward movement, a suitable amount of lost
and Yextends upwardly. An opening in the lower
motion or back-lash between the ratchet teeth
36 and those on member 38 is provided, as indi
Mounted on punch carrier I3 ahead of the two 25 cated at 42. Hence the feeding movement of feed
rolls 23 and 29 does not commence until after
punches I6 and I1 is a shaping punch 23 which
punch I1 has been raised sufliciently to release
coacts with a dish-like formation 24 (Fig. 2) in
the work strip 2I (see Fig. 4) .
the upper surface of die 26. Shaping tool 23
It will be understood that the spangles are
may be heated rif desired by means of an electric
attached
to a fabric sheet by means of the stitch
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heater 25 to which are attached conductors 26.
forming or sewing mechanism including needle» 2
surface of carrier I3 fits the upper end of guide
rod 22 with a sliding ñt.
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The spangles may be formed out of plastic,
metal or other suitable material.
Also this ma
terial may have any appropriate thickness,
usually
and presser foot 3.
In order to attach the i
spangles to fabric 43 without losing control of
them, a transferring device or carrier mecha
a few thousands of an inch. The
is provided which receives the individual
spangles also may have any-appropriate diameter, 35 nism
spangles as they are punched from the work
but the customary diameter is from 1/8 to 1/4 of an
strip 2l by the punching mechanism, holds them.
inch.
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in the position in which they are delivered by
The work strip 2|, of suitable thickness and
v width and of indeterminate length, passes from
the punching mechanism andy transfers them
left to right (Fig. 2) through the passagewai7 40 while continuing to maintain them in such posi
tion, to the sewing mechanism. and `pif-'eferably
2i above referred to between the upper surface
directly onto the fabric 43 beneath the prelsëler
of die 20 and the lower surface of guide bar I8.
is
>foot 3 and in alin‘ement with needle 2'.
It then passes beneath the shaping punch 23
transferring device or carrier mechanism
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and. the two punches I6 and I1 and from thence
dicated generally .by numeral 44 and comprises a
the waste strip passes around a guide pin or
swinging arm 45 and a stationary guard member
roller 21 around the surface of a feed roller ¿28
46 preferably arcuate in form.A _
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and between this roller and a pressure roller 29,
Swinging arml 45 is provided at >its outer è_iid
after which it is wound in any-desired manner
with a spangle receptacle or cup-like formation
onto a take-up roll, not shown. It will be under
41 adapted to receive an individual spangle such
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stood that punch £6 forms the hole or perfora
as indicated by numeral
_At the instant the
tion which is to be at the center of each spangle
large or blanking out punch I1 pierces the work
and. the punch I 1 blanks out the spangles with
strip, swinging arm 45 is_in__the dotted position
the perforations at their centers.
shown in Fig.y l, receptacle _41 being directly loe
Pressure' roller 29 rotates freely on a shaft 30
which projects to the left (Fig. 3) from a sup 55 neath
I1 cooperates,
the opening
as indicated
in die 2_0 by
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porting arm 3 I which is pivoted at 32 to frame
Fig. 2. As soon as the spangle is released fif'oirl
member 1. A helical spring 33, the tension of
strip 2| by punch I1 it falls into cup 41
this
which can be adjusted as shown in Fig. 2, is pro
position, and> arm 45 then swings to the full line
vided to regulate the amount of pressure between
As the spangle
60 position shown in Figs. 1, 2 and
rollers 29 and 28.
receptacle- 41 moves out from beneath die mein
Main feed roll 2'8V is pinned to an actuating
ber 2!) its upper surface passes into contact with
shaft 34 which is mounted for rotation on frame
the lower downwardly ‘sloping surface 49` of
member I and which is given a step-by-step
arcuate guard member 46 which holds the spangle
advance movement each time the punch carrier
in
receptacle 41 during> the movement of arm 45
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I3 reciprocates. For this purpose a pinion 35
and prevents the spangle from being dislodged.
is loosely mounted on shaft 34 (Figs. 1 and 3)
The bottom ofïdie 2l) is above the table surface
which is provided on one side with an extension
5I) of the sewing machine, as shown in Figs. 2
having in its face ratchet teeth 36. The teeth
and 3 so that during this transfer' movement the
of- pinion 35 are engaged by the teeth 31 of a
spangle has to be lowered »a substantial distance.
gear sector on the outer end of . one of the two
’I‘his is accomplished'by making a por‘tiolñ of
arms’ of' feed actuating member I2. This mem
swinging arm 45 ñeXi'ble and ifi-order'
er' to
Aber, as previously described, rocks simultaneously
control
receptacle
41'
this
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is
with the rocking movement of rock arm 8.
formed as" a lateral and preferably“ arcuate cir"
The ratchet teeth 36 are engaged by similar`
' tension, as shown in Fig, 1', at the' outer end of a'
teeth in a ratchet member 38' which is held in
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radial arm section. The inner end of this radial
arm section of swinging arm 45 is secured to a
Avertical supporting post 5I. The end of the flex
ible portion of the swinging arm 45 in which
spangle receptacle 41 is located is preferably
made of thin metal so that it may swing beneath
the presser foot 3 and carry the spangle 48 to a
position where the hole in the spangle is in align
ment with needle 2. spangle receptacle 41 has
needle 2 of the sewing mechanism makes 3, 4 or
any 'desired number of strokes to one revolution
of shaft 5, or one operation of the sp-angleform
ing and transfer mechanism. In Fig. 7 the gear
ratio is 1:3, that is, there are three revolutions of
sewing machine shaft 4 Ato each single revolution
of operating shaft 5, and accordingly two stitches
51 are placed between each of the spangles.
By means of the present invention a machine
a substantially U shape in plan view, as shown in 10 has been provided which is capable of forming
Fig. 1, the bottom of the U fitting the curvature
of the spangle.
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and attaching spangles in substantially a single
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operation, that is to say, the spangles are punched
The bottom of the receptacle has‘a U-shaped
from a strip of suitable material transferred from
slot to permit the passage of the needle 2 through
the punching mechanism to a sewing mechanism
the spangle while it is still held by receptacle 41. 15 and sewed onto the fabric as they are individu
Guard member 46 is preferably an edgewise
ally punched and without releasing control of
mounted arcuate strip so as to provide rigidity
them. This greatly reduces both the cost of and enters between’the toes of the presser foot
manufacture of the spangles, and the `cost of
3 so las to terminate in close proximity to needle .
sewing them on the fabric, or, infother words,
2. It may be secured in position by means of 20 it reduces the over-al1 cost of Spangled dress fab
screws 52 on the side of guide bar I8 of the
ric.
punching mechanism.
It will be understood that changes may be
It will be understood that swinging arm 45
made in the construction of the machine illus
carries spangle receptacle 41 to the sewing mech
trated and described above without departing
anism an instant previous to the entrance of the 25 from the spirit of the invention. the scope of
downwardly moving needle 2 through the aper
ture in the spangle 48, holds the spangle in po
sition while the needle enters the spangle aper
which is set forth in the accompanying claims.
I claim:
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1. In a machine for making and applying
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for sew
ture and thereafter returns the spangle receptacle
'41 to the punching mechanism, that is. to the 30 ing spangles to said material, mechanism for
dotted position shown in Figs. 1 and 2. The ac
forming complete individual spangles, a carrier for
tuation of swinging arm 45 in this manner is
receiving an individual spangle from the vforming
accomplished by means of a spur gear sector 53
mechanism and transferring it to the sewing
which is secured to vertical shaft 5I which sup
mechanism, and means for actuating the forming
ports arm 45. This shaft is mounted in suitable 35 mechanism and carrier in timed relation to the
bearings in the frame I and sector 53‘is engaged
sewing mechanism to transfer complete individ
‘by gear teethV 54 on the face of the substantially
ual spangles to the sewing mechanism as they
vertical arm of feed actuating member I2, as
are formed.
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shown particularly in Fig. 2. As this actuating
2. In a machine »for making and applying
member is keyed to shaft I0 and therefore rocks 40 spangles to sheet material, mechanism for at
simultaneously with rock arm B, and since needle
taching spangles to said material, mechanism for
2 makes its downward stroke while the punching
forming complete individual spangles from a
headY I3 is making its upward stroke, or at the
blank strip, mechanism for feeding »such strip to
top thereof, spangle receptacle 41 is at its outer
the forming mechanism, a carrier for receiving an'
position beneath needle 2 at the time that actuat 45 individual spangle from the forming mechanism
ing crank 6 is at the bottom of its stroke. Hence
and transferring it to the attaching mechanism;
the “dwell” of this crank mechanism holds the
and means for actuating said forming mechanism',
spangle receptacle in stationary position, as de
said feeding mechanism and said carrier in timed
scribed above, while needle 2 enters the opening
relation to the attaching mechanism to transfer
of the spangle.
complete individual spangles to the attaching
It will be understood that when it is desired to
mechanism'as they are formed.
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attach the spangles 48 in overlapping relation,
3. In a machine for making and applying
`as shown in Fig. 5. the gear train which inter
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for sew
connects the main shaft 4 of the sewing machine
ing spangles to said material, punching mecha
mechanism with' operating shaft 5 will have a 1:1
nism for forming complete individual spangles,
ratio so that shaft 5 will make one revolution
mechanisms for feeding work to the punching
for each revolution of the sewing mechanism.
mechanism, a device for receiving an individual
This will cause the punching mechanism and
spangle from the punching mechanism and
transfer device to form and supply to the sewing
transferring it to the sewing mechanism, and
mechanism one spangle for each operation of the UI) means for operating the punching mechanism,
sewing mechanism, that is, for each downward
stroke of needle 2.
When it is desired to sew the spangles on in
substantially tangential position. as indicated in
Fig. 6, the gear ratio of the gear train above men
tioned will be 2:1, so that the needle 2 will take
two strokes for each operation of the spangle
forming and transfer mechanism. This will place
work feeding mechanism and the transferring
device in timed relation to the sewing mecha.
nism to transfer complete individual spangles to
the sewing mechanism as they are punched from
the work.
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4. In a machine for making and applying
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for sew
ing .spangles to said material, mechanism `for
one stitch, as indicated at 55, at the center of
punching complete individual »spangles fromV a
each spangle and a second stitch 56 between ad 70 blank strip, mechanism~for feeding such strip
jacent spangles. Further, should it be desired
to increase the spacing of the spangles, as shown
in Fig. 7, this can be done by increasing the gear
ratio of the gear train by any desired amount.
That is to say, the gear ratio can be such that
to the punching mechanism, a device for receiv
ing individual spangles from the punching mech
anism and transferring them to the sewing
mechanism, and means for operating the punch
ing mechanism, strip-feeding mechanism and the
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transferring device in ltimed relation to the sew
ing mechanism to transfer complete individual
spangles to the sewing mechanism as they are
punched from the strip.
5. In a machine for making and applying
mechanism, carrier mechanism fcrtransferring
the individual spangles from the forming mech
anism to the sewing mechanism including an osA
cillating resilient arm having at its outer end a
receptacle for receiving a spangle Vfrom the
forming mechanism and delivering it to the sew
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for sew
ing mechanism, means for actuating said mech
ing individual spangles to said material, mech
anisms in timed relation to one another to trans
anism for forming individual spangles at a point
fer the individual spangles to the sewing mech
remote from and out of the plane of the sew
ing mechanism, a yieldable carrier for transfer 10 anism as they are formed, and a stationary guard
member cooperating with said receptacle to hold
ring the individual spangles from the forming
the spangle therewithin as it is carried to the
mechanism to the sewing mechanism, means for
sewing mechanism and serving as a cam to bend
actuating the forming mechanism and the car
said resilient arm and shift said receptacle from
rier in timed relation to the sewing mechanism
the plane of the forming mechanism to the plane
to transfer the individual spangles to the sew
ing mechanism as they are formed, and means
of the sewing mechanism.
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as it is carried to the attaching mechanism.
‘7. In a machine for making and applying
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for sew
the upper surface of said receptacle toguide the
same from the plane of the forming mechanism
to the plane of the material beneath the presser
foot and to hold the spangle within said recep
10. In a machine for making and applying
operable during said transfer for shifting the
spangles to sheet material, mechanism forl sew
yieldable carrier from the plane of the forming
ing individual spangles to said material including
mechanism to the plane of the sewing mecha
20 a presser foot maintained in engagement vwith
nism.
the surface thereof, mechanism for forming in
6. In a machine for making and applying
dividual spangles at a point remote from said
spangles to sheet materials mechanism for at
presser foo-t and out o-f the plane of the sheet
taching individual spangles to said material,
material, carrier mechanism for transferring the
mechanism for forming individual spangles, a
carrier mechanism for transferring the individ 25 individual spangles from the forming mechanism
t0 the sewing mechanism including a flexible arm
ual spangles from the forming mechanism to the
having at its end a receptacle for receiving a
attaching mechanism including a receptacle for
spangle from the formingmechanism and deliv
receiving an individual spangle from the form
ering it to the sewing mechanism, means for ac
ing mechanism and delivering the spangle to the
attaching mechanism, means for actuating said 30 tuating said arm in timed relation to the forming mechanism and sewing mechanism to trans
mechanisms in timed relation to one another to
fer the individual spangles as they are formed,
transfer >the individual spangles to the attaching
the path of said receptacle terminating at a point
mechanism as Athey are formed, and a stationary
beneath the presser foot, and a stationary guard
guard member cooperating with said spangle re
ceptacle to hold the spangle within the receptacle 35 member having a cam-like surface coactingwith
ing individual spangles to said material, mech
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anism'for forming individual spangles at a point 40 tacle.
11. In a machine for making and applying
remote from and out of the plane of the sewing
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for form
mechanism, carrier mechanism for transferring
ing individual spangles at a point remote from
the individual spangles from the forming mech
the point of attachment cf the »spangles to the
anism to the‘ sewing mechanism including an os
sheet material, a carrier for transferring the
cillating flexible arm, and means for actuating
spangles as they are formed to the point of at
said arm in timed relation to the forming mech
tachment having a receptacle for receiving a
anism and sewing mechanism to transfer the
spangle from the forming mechanism and deliv
individual spangles to the sewing mechanism as
ering the spangle to the sheet material at said
they are formed.
point of attachment, means for moving said car
8. In a machine for making and applying
rier to transfer the spangles to said point of at
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for at
tachment, and a stationary guard member coop
taching individual spangles to said material,
erating with said receptacle to hold the spangle
mechanism for forming individual spangles at a
within the same as it is carried to the point of
point remote from and out of the plane of the
attaching mechanism, a yieldable carrier'mecha
nism for transferring the individual spangles
attachment.
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12. In a machine for making and applying
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for form.
íng individual spangles at a point remote from
the point of attachment of the spangles to the
nisms in timed relation to one another to trans
fer the individual spangles to the attaching mech 60 sheet material, a carrier for transferring the
spangles as they are formed to thepoint of at
anism as they are formed, said carrier having a
tachment comprising a receptacle having an open
receptacle for receiving a spangle from the form
side for-receiving a spangie from the forming
ing mechanism and delivering it to the attaching
mechanism and an open end for delivering the
mechanism, and a stationary guard member co
operating with said yieldable carrier to hold the 65 spangle to the sheet material at said point of
attachment, means for moving said carrier t0
spangle within said receptacle as it is carried to
transfer the spangles to the said point ci at
the attaching mechanism and serving as a- cam
tachment, and a stationary guard member co
to shift the yieldable carrier from the plane of
operating with the open side of said receptacle
the forming mechanism to that of the attaching
mechanism.
70 to hold the spangle within the seme as it is car-`
ried to the point of attachment.
l9. Inv a machine foîl making and applying
13. In a machine for making and applying
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for sew
spangles to sheet material. mechanism for Vat
ing individual spangles to said material, mecha
taching individual spangles to said material,
nism for forming individual spangles at a point
remote from and out of the plane of the sewing 75 mechanism for forming individual spangles, said
from the forming mechanism to the attaching
mechanism, means «for actuating said mecha
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mechanisms being in different planes, a carrier
for transferring the individualv spangles from
` the forming mechanism to the attaching mecha
nism including a receptacle for receiving an in
dividual spangle from the forming mechanism
and delivering the spangle to the attaching
mechanism, means for actuating said mecha
nisms in timed relation to one another to trans
fer the individual spangles to the attaching
mechanism as they are formed, and means op
erable during said transfer for shifting the car
rier from the plane of the forming mechanism
to the plane of the attaching mechanism.
14. In a machine for making and applying
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for sew
ing individual spangles to said material includ
ing a presser foot mounted in -engagement with
the surface thereof, mechanism for forming in
dividual spangles at a point remote from said
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point beneath the presser foot, and a stationary
guard member coacting with the upper surface
of said receptacle to hold the spangle Within said
receptacle during said transfer.
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15. In a machine for making and applying
spangles to sheet material, mechanism for at
taching individual spangles to said material,
mechanism for forming individual spangles at
a point remote from and out of the plane of the
attaching mechanism, a yieIdable carrierA for
transferring the individual spangles from the
forming mechanism to the attaching mechanism,
means for actuating said mechanisms in timed
relation to one another to transfer the individ
ual spangles to the attaching mechanism as they
are formed and to attach them to the sheet ma
terial, s_aid carrier comprising a radial portion
having at its outer end a laterally extending
which terminates in a receptacle for re
presser foot, carrier mechanism for transferring 20 portion
ceiving
a
spangle from the forming mechanism
the individual spangles from the forming mecha
and delivering it >to the attaching mechanism,
nism to the sewing mechanism including an arm'
and an arcuate stationary guard member coact
ing with the upper surface of said receptacle'to
hold the spangle Within the same as it is carried
25 to the attaching mechanism and serving as a
tuating said arm in timed relation to the form
cam to lower the said receptacle from the plane
ing mechanism andfsewing mechanism to trans
of the forming mechanism to that of the at
fer the individual spangles as they are formed,
taching mechanism.
the path of said receptacle terminating at a
having at its end a receptacle for receiving a
spangle from the forming mechanism and deliv
ering it to the sewing mechanism, means for _ac
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