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US1249706A
US1249706A US19818117A US19818117A US1249706A US 1249706 A US1249706 A US 1249706A US 19818117 A US19818117 A US 19818117A US 19818117 A US19818117 A US 19818117A US 1249706 A US1249706 A US 1249706A
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  • 'lhisinvention relates to improvements in sewing tables or todevices for conveniently supporting sewing implements, such as race piles, thread upon .spools, thimbles, scissors andi the like, and likewise for supporting garments in the process of manufacture, and has for one of its objects to improve the construction and increase the efliciency and utility of devices of thischaracter.
  • rllnother object of the invention is to provide a simply constructed device including a plurality of independently rotatable trays or supports whereby the contents of the trays may be moved into conveniently accessible positions.
  • FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the improved device with the garment receiving basket or receptacle removed.
  • Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the improved device with the garment receptacle in position.
  • Fig. 3 is a plan view in section on the line 33 of Fig. 2.
  • the improved device includes a base represented as a whole at 10 and preferably formed of members ar "anged at right angles to each other and supported upon casters 11. Rising from the members of the base 10 are posts or standards 12.
  • the base 10 may be formed of as many members as preferred or of any required number of posts rising therefrom, but the device will generally be arranged with two members 10 crossing each other and halved together intermediate their ends and with four of the standards or posts 12. At their upper ends the members 12 support a platform 13 having a flat upper face.
  • the four posts12 are spaced at equal distances apart and, when combined, form the four corners of a square and the plat form 13 is preferably formed square to correspond to the positions occupied by the posts.
  • a t'ay including a bottom member 18 having an upwardly standing rim 19.
  • a pivot member 22 extends through the member 18 and is provided with a clamp nut 23 at the lower end and a head 2 1 at the upper end.
  • a plurality of bearing devices are mounted upon the platform 13 to engage the lower face of the body portion 18 of the lower tray when the latter is rotated and preventing the tray from binding upon its pivot and anti-friction bearing.
  • a casing 26 having a plurality of drawers 27.
  • Mounted for rotation upon the casing 20 by a pivot pin 35 is an upper tray including a bottom member 30 and an upstanding rim 81.
  • the clamp bolt extends through the members 26 and 30 and is provided with a head 36 at one end and a clamp nut 37 at the other end.
  • Suitable ball bearing devices will be employed between the trays and their supports, but as these ball bearing devices are the subject matter of a separate application filed Nov. 8, 1915, Serial No. 60,316, they are not further described.
  • the cabinet portion of the device 26 is considerably smaller than the area of the tray 18 so that a considerable space is formed between the cabinet and the rim 19, thus constitut ng a receptacle for articles without interfering with the opening and closing of the drawers 27.
  • Rising from the lower tray 18 are a plurality of pins 38 to receive spools or the like, while similar pins 39 rise from the upper tray 3031.
  • a pin cushion 10 mounted upon the upper tray 30 is a pin cushion 10 and likewise mounted upon the upper tray is a projection 411 having a plurality of sockets of varying sizes to receive thimbles and like implements.
  • the body portion 30 of the upper tray is likewise provided with a lifting handle 42.
  • the members 10 of the base may be utilized to support a basket or other like receptacle, indicated. at 4:3.
  • a plurality of hooks 44 are attached to each of the rim portions 19 and 31 of the trays,lthe hooks being designed to receive various articles and support them in convenient position.
  • a loop 45 for holding tapes is also shown attached to the rim 19 of the lower tray, and a spool support 46 is shown suspended from one of the hooks 4A.
  • the improved device is simple in construction, can be constructed principally of Wood and of any suitable quality and finished or ornamented in any desired manner.
  • a device of the class described comprising a hollow stationary base adapted to receive and support a receptacle, a top piece forming a part of the base and having a flat upper surface, a lower tray mounted for rotation on the top piece, a cabinet secured to the upper surface of the lower tray, an upper tray of less size than the lower tray mounted on. the top of the cabinet, the side walls of the cabinet being spaced from the marginal edges of the upper and lower trays, supports secured to the flat upper surface of the top piece and bearing against the lower surface of the lower tray for sup porting the outer edge of said lower tray, a
  • a device of the class described comprising a relatively stationary base, a top piece forming part of the base, a lower tray mounted for rotation on the top piece, a cabinet secured to the upper surface of the lower tray, an upper tray of less size than the lower tray mounted on the top of the cabinet, the side walls of the cabinet being spaced from the marginal edges of the upper and lower trays, supports interposed between the top piece and lower surface of the lower tray for supporting the outer edge of said lower tray, and article suspending devices carried by the rims of said upper and lower t'ays, the article suspending devices of the upper tray being accessible without interfering with the cabinet or with the articles on the lower tray.

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M. P. & J. B. ZIIVIMERMAN.
SEWING TABLE. APPLICATION fILED APR. [9, 19L). RENEWED OCT. 23 I917- L$%,76w Patented Dec, 11, 1917'.
3 SHEETS-SHEET 1- im @Wleyfi Zamemm' M. P. & J. B; ZIMMERMAN. SEWINGYTAB LE.
APPLICATION FILED APR. I9. 1915- RENEWED OCT- 23, I917- 3 SHEETSSHEET 2.
Patented Dec. 11, 1917.
M. P. 6L1 B. ZIMMERIVIAN.
SEWING TABLE.
APPLICATION FILED APR. 19, m5. RENEWED OCT. 23. new.
Patented Dec. 11,1917
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ran sriirns PATENT ornioa IllrlEAltGARET P. ZIMMERMAN AND JAMES B. ZIMMERMAN, 0F KOPPEL, PENNSYLVANIA; SAID B. ZIlVIIl/IERMAN ASSIGNOR TOSAID MARGARET 1?. ZIMMERMAN.
SEWING-TABLE.
Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented Dec 11, 1917.
Application filed April 19, 1915, Serial No. 22,496. Renewed October 23, 1917. Serial No. 198,181.
file all whom it may ooncern: v
Be it known that we, M GARET I. ZIM- rnnlinin and JAMESB. Zlnnnnnan, citizens of the United States, residing at Koppel, in the county of Beaver and State of Pennsylvania, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Sewing-Tables, of WllICll the following 1s a specification.
'lhisinvention relates to improvements in sewing tables or todevices for conveniently supporting sewing implements, such as race piles, thread upon .spools, thimbles, scissors andi the like, and likewise for supporting garments in the process of manufacture, and has for one of its objects to improve the construction and increase the efliciency and utility of devices of thischaracter.
rllnother object of the invention is to provide a simply constructed device including a plurality of independently rotatable trays or supports whereby the contents of the trays may be moved into conveniently accessible positions.
With these and other objects in viewwthe invention consists in certain novel features of construction as hereinafter shown and described and then more specifically pointed out in the claims; and in the drawings illustrative of the preferred embodiment of the invention- Figure 1 is a perspective view of the improved device with the garment receiving basket or receptacle removed.
Fig. 2 is a side elevation of the improved device with the garment receptacle in position.
Fig. 3 is a plan view in section on the line 33 of Fig. 2.
Corresponding and like parts are referred to in the following description and indicated in all the views of the accompanying drawings by the same reference characters.
The improved device includes a base represented as a whole at 10 and preferably formed of members ar "anged at right angles to each other and supported upon casters 11. Rising from the members of the base 10 are posts or standards 12. The base 10 may be formed of as many members as preferred or of any required number of posts rising therefrom, but the device will generally be arranged with two members 10 crossing each other and halved together intermediate their ends and with four of the standards or posts 12. At their upper ends the members 12 support a platform 13 having a flat upper face. The four posts12 are spaced at equal distances apart and, when combined, form the four corners of a square and the plat form 13 is preferably formed square to correspond to the positions occupied by the posts.
Mounted for rotation upon the platform 13 is a t'ay including a bottom member 18 having an upwardly standing rim 19. A pivot member 22 extends through the member 18 and is provided with a clamp nut 23 at the lower end and a head 2 1 at the upper end. A plurality of bearing devices are mounted upon the platform 13 to engage the lower face of the body portion 18 of the lower tray when the latter is rotated and preventing the tray from binding upon its pivot and anti-friction bearing.
lilountedfor rotation upon the body portion 18 ofthe lower tray is a casing 26 having a plurality of drawers 27. Mounted for rotation upon the casing 20 by a pivot pin 35 is an upper tray including a bottom member 30 and an upstanding rim 81. The clamp bolt extends through the members 26 and 30 and is provided with a head 36 at one end and a clamp nut 37 at the other end. Suitable ball bearing devices will be employed between the trays and their supports, but as these ball bearing devices are the subject matter of a separate application filed Nov. 8, 1915, Serial No. 60,316, they are not further described.
It will be noted that the cabinet portion of the device 26 is considerably smaller than the area of the tray 18 so that a considerable space is formed between the cabinet and the rim 19, thus constitut ng a receptacle for articles without interfering with the opening and closing of the drawers 27. Rising from the lower tray 18 are a plurality of pins 38 to receive spools or the like, while similar pins 39 rise from the upper tray 3031.
Mounted upon the upper tray 30 is a pin cushion 10 and likewise mounted upon the upper tray is a projection 411 having a plurality of sockets of varying sizes to receive thimbles and like implements. The body portion 30 of the upper tray is likewise provided with a lifting handle 42. The members 10 of the base may be utilized to support a basket or other like receptacle, indicated. at 4:3.
A plurality of hooks 44 are attached to each of the rim portions 19 and 31 of the trays,lthe hooks being designed to receive various articles and support them in convenient position.
A loop 45 for holding tapes is also shown attached to the rim 19 of the lower tray, and a spool support 46 is shown suspended from one of the hooks 4A.
The improved device is simple in construction, can be constructed principally of Wood and of any suitable quality and finished or ornamented in any desired manner.
Having thus described the invention, what is claimed as new is:
1. A device of the class described comprising a hollow stationary base adapted to receive and support a receptacle, a top piece forming a part of the base and having a flat upper surface, a lower tray mounted for rotation on the top piece, a cabinet secured to the upper surface of the lower tray, an upper tray of less size than the lower tray mounted on. the top of the cabinet, the side walls of the cabinet being spaced from the marginal edges of the upper and lower trays, supports secured to the flat upper surface of the top piece and bearing against the lower surface of the lower tray for sup porting the outer edge of said lower tray, a
handle secured to the upper surface of the upper tray, and article suspending devices carried by the rims of said upper and lower trays, the article suspending devices of the upper tray being accessible without interfering with the cabinet or with the articles on the lower tray.
2. A device of the class described comprising a relatively stationary base, a top piece forming part of the base, a lower tray mounted for rotation on the top piece, a cabinet secured to the upper surface of the lower tray, an upper tray of less size than the lower tray mounted on the top of the cabinet, the side walls of the cabinet being spaced from the marginal edges of the upper and lower trays, supports interposed between the top piece and lower surface of the lower tray for supporting the outer edge of said lower tray, and article suspending devices carried by the rims of said upper and lower t'ays, the article suspending devices of the upper tray being accessible without interfering with the cabinet or with the articles on the lower tray.
In testimony whereof we atlix our signatures in presence of two witnesses. MARGARET l. ZIliIMERMAN. JAMES B. ZIMMERMAN. Witnesses Gno. C. BEATTY, R. M. THOMPSON.
[11. SJ [I1- s-l Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, I). C.
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US2433406A (en) * 1943-11-20 1947-12-30 Mary W Standlee Rack
US2632267A (en) * 1949-12-12 1953-03-24 Mitchell Oran Rotary price and name tag cabinet
US3164431A (en) * 1960-10-06 1965-01-05 American Seating Co Cabinet
US4036418A (en) * 1976-01-28 1977-07-19 Kazimirz Chlebda Spool holder
US4054338A (en) * 1976-05-24 1977-10-18 Martin Michael G Rotatable cabinet with slidable top
US4827638A (en) * 1988-01-06 1989-05-09 Peters Gerald A Artwork support apparatus
US5558417A (en) * 1994-12-13 1996-09-24 Termotto; Clara M. Carousel cabinet
USD751124S1 (en) * 2015-01-23 2016-03-08 M & G Partners, Llp Loom
USD855666S1 (en) * 2018-03-14 2019-08-06 Marianne S Levin Circular table loom with adjustable pegs
USD923063S1 (en) * 2020-11-09 2021-06-22 Shenzhen Jiamite Trading Co., Ltd. Knitting machine
USD946059S1 (en) * 2020-11-09 2022-03-15 Shenzhen Jiamite Trading Co., Ltd. Knitting machine
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Cited By (14)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2433406A (en) * 1943-11-20 1947-12-30 Mary W Standlee Rack
US2632267A (en) * 1949-12-12 1953-03-24 Mitchell Oran Rotary price and name tag cabinet
US3164431A (en) * 1960-10-06 1965-01-05 American Seating Co Cabinet
US4036418A (en) * 1976-01-28 1977-07-19 Kazimirz Chlebda Spool holder
US4054338A (en) * 1976-05-24 1977-10-18 Martin Michael G Rotatable cabinet with slidable top
US4827638A (en) * 1988-01-06 1989-05-09 Peters Gerald A Artwork support apparatus
US5558417A (en) * 1994-12-13 1996-09-24 Termotto; Clara M. Carousel cabinet
USD751124S1 (en) * 2015-01-23 2016-03-08 M & G Partners, Llp Loom
USD855666S1 (en) * 2018-03-14 2019-08-06 Marianne S Levin Circular table loom with adjustable pegs
USD923063S1 (en) * 2020-11-09 2021-06-22 Shenzhen Jiamite Trading Co., Ltd. Knitting machine
USD946059S1 (en) * 2020-11-09 2022-03-15 Shenzhen Jiamite Trading Co., Ltd. Knitting machine
USD946060S1 (en) * 2020-11-09 2022-03-15 Shenzhen Jiamite Trading Co., Ltd. Knitting machine
USD946634S1 (en) * 2020-11-09 2022-03-22 Shenzhen Jiamite Trading Co., Ltd. Knitting machine
USD953384S1 (en) * 2021-09-13 2022-05-31 Honghui Li Knitting machine

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