Abstract: A toe-cap molding machine has a body, a clamping device and a shoe-tree mount. The body has a base panel, a connecting mount, a clamping cylinder and a shoe-tree cylinder. The clamping device is detachably connected to the body and has two quick-release groups and a mold group. The quick-release groups are securely mounted on the assembling panel, and each has a quick-release mount, a clamping mount and a first spring. The quick-release mount has a releasing hole, a holding pin and a mounting recess. The clamping mount is pressably connected to the quick-release mount and has an engaging block, an elongated hole and an engaging head. The mold group is connected to the quick-release groups and the assembling panel and has two guiding shaft, a limiting panel, two second springs and a clamping mold. The shoe-tree mount is detachably connected to the shoe-tree cylinder below the clamping device.
Abstract: A toe cap setting machine includes at least one cooling mechanism having a shoe last fixedly connected to a post with a heating tube disposed below the shoe last which is disposed between two work plates each having a slide slidably disposed thereon. Each of the work plates has a cylinder disposed therebelow which has a cylinder rod extending through the work plate and the slide. A first jaw extends from each of the slides and is located beside the shoe last. A second jaw is pivotally connected to a root portion of each of the first jaws and contacts the cylinder rod of the cylinder corresponding thereto at a bottom of the second jaw so as to clamp a toe cap between the first and the second jaw when the cylinder rod is operated. A light emitting device is disposed above the shoe last.
Abstract: A process for bending cuts of leather or other synthetic materials by means of a suction action exerted over the cuts, which were previously gummed, providing an additional action of pressure over the cuts manually or by a pneumatic press installed over the cover of the working bench.
Abstract: An apparatus for bending cuts of leather or other synthetic materials by means of a suction action exerted over the cuts, which were previously gummed, providing an additional action of pressure over the cuts manually or by a pneumatic press installed over the cover of the working bench.
Abstract: A rigid box toe piece for use in the assembly of a lasted safety shoe is lined in a machine which shapes the liner and attaches it to the inner surface of the steel box. The machine includes a clamp to temporarily hold the positioned box liner with respect to a mold which is shaped to correspond to the toe end of a last. The steel box is placed over the clamped liner and a press then urges the steel box over the liner and onto the mold to press and shape the liner between the box and the mold. The liner is secured to the steel box by adhesive which is applied to the inner surface of the box before the box is placed in the machine so that the pressing step also bonds the liner to the box. The machine includes means for aligning the liner with respect to the mold.