invention to supply a coil wrapping machine
7. A wrapping machine for insulating the right side of the partially shaped coil of your dynamoelectric machine with an insulating page without having subjecting the sheet to excessive tension, comprising a horseshoe long lasting magnet having its poles extending upwardly, a nightclub curler manufactured from magnetic fabric, stated curler becoming of suflicient duration to behave like a keeper for mentioned magnet, along with a keeping jig of nonmagnetic materials bent together a lengthwise axis to provide two planar types of surface extending upwards from said axis, explained jig being secured to stated magnet so that mentioned poles are positioned coupled stated axis of stated jig, said jig getting of the size sufiicient to support the coil area With stated club roller being untruthful on the top thereof Even though the coil side has been rotated to place the Sheet thereon.
8. A wrapping machine for insulation the straight area of the partly formed coil convert of the dynamoelectric machine by having an insulating page without the need of subjecting the insulatng Page to undue stress, comprising a horseshoe electromagnet getting its poles stretching out upwardly, a pub roller of magnetic material, mentioned curler becoming of suicient size to carry flux involving explained poles, a keeping jig of nonmagnetic substance curved alongside a lengthwise axis to supply two planar areas extending upwardly from stated axis, explained jig being secured to stated magnet with all the poles of mentioned magent alongside explained axis, and said jig being of your dimension suflicient to support ‘the coil aspect with stated nightclub curler being untruthful on the top thereof whilst the coil part is being rotated to cover the sheet thereon.
9. A wrapping machine for insulating the right side of any partly created coil change of the dynamoelectric machine with the insulating page without the need of subjecting the sheet to excessive stress, comprising a horseshoe long-lasting magnet experiencing its poles extending upwardly, a club manufactured from magnetic fabric, said nightclub becoming of sufiicient length to act as being a keeper for said magnet, a holding jig of nonmagnetic materials bent alongside a lengthwise axis to deliver two planar types of surface stretching out up from stated axis, mentioned jig getting guaranteed to mentioned magnet to ensure that explained poles are located coupled explained axis of stated jig, mentioned jig becoming of a dimensions suflicient to fit the coil side with mentioned pub lying on top thereof whilst the coil aspect has been rotated to cover the page thereon, and a pair of inserts of magnetic fabric put into explained jig in contact with mentioned poles to increase the retaining potential of explained magnet.