US1345155A - Pen attachment for pencils - Google Patents

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US1345155A
US1345155A US298469A US29846919A US1345155A US 1345155 A US1345155 A US 1345155A US 298469 A US298469 A US 298469A US 29846919 A US29846919 A US 29846919A US 1345155 A US1345155 A US 1345155A
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  • This invention pertains broadly toimprovements in pens, andkmore particularly to pen attachments f'or' ordinaryor standard types of pencils. p Y
  • One of the objects of the present'invention is'to utilize the qualitiesof Certain standard types of pencils to aid in forming writing fluid for use with pens attached to the pencils.
  • I provide a pen attachment which can readily 'sl'ipped over the pointed end of oneof such pencils so that when the combined device is dipped in water,ra quantity thereof will be trapped and a portion of the lead of the pencil will be dissolved to form-writing fluidg
  • Another object of the invention is tofprovide a very simply constructed andin'expensive attachment which can be readily formed from sheet material, andonewhich can be easily associated with the pointed endof the desired typeof pencil.
  • I L g t Nith these and other objects; and advan tages in view, the invention resides in the novel features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts'which' will be,
  • Figure 1 represents portion of the pointed end of pencil having my improved attachment mounted thereon, the samefbeing shown in section.
  • Fig. 2 is an'elevational-view of the parts shown inFi'g. 1, the'usual closure cap having been removed.
  • Fig. 8 is a detail transverse sectional view 011 theplane of the line 33 of 1.
  • Fig. 4 is a detail elevational view of a modified form of the attachment.
  • Fig. 5 is atransverse sectional view on the line 55 of Fig. 4.
  • Figs. 1, 2 and 8 of the drawing I have illustrated a standard commercial pencil 1 which includes a lead strip 3 inclosed in-a usual protective casing, the latter being pointed as at 2 to expose the lead strip 3.
  • This lead is preferably of the so-called indelible or copying type. The lead is exposed stantially senii cylindrically as at 11.
  • part 11 is slipped into the outer end of the sleeve 5 on the opposite side thereof'from the Specification of-Letterslatent. .Patent'ed June 29,1920, hpplication filed MayIZO, Serial 298,469.
  • Thelat'ter part is designed to house the pen 4 andadjacent associated parts as in, the case? of the usual fountainpen.
  • a feederitongue 10 the inner end of which is increased in width and bent sub-
  • the -ward ly of the shoulder 7 has"its free end restricted and bent out of round as at 9 seat 9 andis frictionally held therein by he "ing of slightly different curvature from the latter.
  • Figs.1"and 3 it will'bea preciated that the longitudinal edges of the part 11 of the tongue 10 aredesigned to be engaged by the similar edges of theshank of the pen 4 to thereby hold said pen in its seat and against rotation.
  • v isextended outwardly of the end-of thepen- 'cil leadfand is curvedtoward The tongue 10 p the point. 4 and engaged therewith.
  • An attachment for a commercial pencil comprising a tubular'member, a pen carried by one end of the member, and. a tongue carried by the memberand coactingwith the pen to support liquid to feed from said pen, the other end of the member remote from the pen being adapted to receive a sharpened commercial pencil in position to dispose the lead thereofin contact with liquid supported between the tongue and pen to thereby provide Writing fluid.

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H. 0. FLEGEL. PEN ATTACHMENT FOR PENCILS.
APPLICATION FILED MAYZO, I919.
' Patented June 29, 1920.
UNITE? STATES PA T OFFICE? 1 HnR RIsoN D. FIzEGEiL, or mic nn wisconsm.
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To all whom zit-may 60mm:
" Be it known "that I', HAR rsoN D Fnnenp,
acitizen' of the United State s,fand resident of Racine, in the countyso f'Raqine'ari-d State of isconsin, have invented pertain new'and useful Improvements in Pen Attachments for Pencils; and I do hereby declare that the following is a' full, clearfa'nd 'ebi'act description thereof." I"
This invention. pertains broadly toimprovements in pens, andkmore particularly to pen attachments f'or' ordinaryor standard types of pencils. p Y
One of the objects of the present'invention is'to utilize the qualitiesof Certain standard types of pencils to aid in forming writing fluid for use with pens attached to the pencils. In this connection I providea pen attachment which can readily 'sl'ipped over the pointed end of oneof such pencils so that when the combined device is dipped in water,ra quantity thereof will be trapped and a portion of the lead of the pencil will be dissolved to form-writing fluidg Another object of the invention is tofprovide a very simply constructed andin'expensive attachment which can be readily formed from sheet material, andonewhich can be easily associated with the pointed endof the desired typeof pencil. I L g t Nith these and other objects; and advan tages in view, the invention resides in the novel features of construction, combination and arrangement of parts'which' will be,
hereinafter more particularly described and claimed and shown in'thedrawing in which:
Figure 1 represents portion of the pointed end of pencil having my improved attachment mounted thereon, the samefbeing shown in section.
Fig. 2 is an'elevational-view of the parts shown inFi'g. 1, the'usual closure cap having been removed.
Fig. 8 is a detail transverse sectional view 011 theplane of the line 33 of 1.
Fig. 4 is a detail elevational view of a modified form of the attachment, and
Fig. 5 is atransverse sectional view on the line 55 of Fig. 4.
I11 Figs. 1, 2 and 8 of the drawing I have illustrated a standard commercial pencil 1 which includes a lead strip 3 inclosed in-a usual protective casing, the latter being pointed as at 2 to expose the lead strip 3. This lead is preferably of the so-called indelible or copying type. The lead is exposed stantially senii cylindrically as at 11.
part 11 is slipped into the outer end of the sleeve 5 on the opposite side thereof'from the Specification of-Letterslatent. .Patent'ed June 29,1920, hpplication filed MayIZO, Serial 298,469. I H l i i I: 7 it in the same way as if the pencil was to be used njan ordinary manner, as for instance pen" 4" consists ofa sleeve 5, one portion of engage the unshar'pened porti oii ofthe pen- "cil adj acent the'pointedj ends; An annular shoulder 7 'is'fo'rmed on the sleeve substanwhiclris cylindrical as" at 6 and is adapted to tially midway its endsagainSt whichthe. 1
openfend ofa'cap 8 abuts. Thelat'ter part is designed to house the pen 4 andadjacent associated parts as in, the case? of the usual fountainpen.
The part of the sleeve "57 disposed out,
mpencil whereby the lead 3 of the latter is positioned relatively close to the intermediate portion of the pen andthus provid a positive feed.
' Associatedwith the pen 4 to form aliquid reservoir isa feederitongue 10, the inner end of which is increased in width and bent sub- The -ward ly of the shoulder 7has"its free end restricted and bent out of round as at 9 seat 9 andis frictionally held therein by he "ing of slightly different curvature from the latter. From Figs.1"and 3 it will'bea preciated that the longitudinal edges of the part 11 of the tongue 10 aredesigned to be engaged by the similar edges of theshank of the pen 4 to thereby hold said pen in its seat and against rotation. v isextended outwardly of the end-of thepen- 'cil leadfand is curvedtoward The tongue 10 p the point. 4 and engaged therewith.
The operation of the parts described is probably readily obvious from the drawing, but may bebriefly set forth substantially as follows: After the attaching portion 11 of the feeder tongue 10' has been disposed in the outer end of the sleeve 5, the pen 4 may be slid into its seat, said pen and the tongue being so arranged that the point of the former is engaged with the end of the latter as in Fig. 1. The attachment including the sleeve 5, the pen 4 and the tongue 10 may then he slid over the pointed end of the pencil 1 until the lead thereof is located outwardly of the end of the sleeve and between the pen 4 I the outer end portion'of the sleeve 5 to be and tongue 10. Now when the device is dipped into water or other liquid, aquantity of t e same will be caught between the pen a and tongue 10 and only fed fromthe former by capillary action as is customary in de- Vices of this character. The lead of. the pens shape, the tonguelO being extended beyond the outer end thereof for cooperation with a pen l, the shank of which is disposed in a seat 9 inclined in substantially the same manner as the seat 9 of the above mentioned form of the invention. Ribs or the like 11 are formed on theinner wall of engaged by the longitudinal edges of the shank of the pen 4, said ribs-forming stops for the, same purpose as the longitudinal edges of the part 11.
In addition to the changes in the forms of the invention shown in the two sets of fig ures, various other modifications may be made in the form andproportion and in the manner of application without'departing from or sacrificing any of the advantages of the invention or'the' results to be obtained therefrom. The obvious advantages of the invention are the cheapness of cons'truction, ease of and inexpensive operation,
ready application and adjustment of parts,
andease of replenishment of the portions which are used up. 1 I claim:
comprising a member, one end of which receives the sharpenedend of a pencil, and a pen carried by the other end of the member, said member receiving liquid and holding the same in contact with the sharpened end 2. An attachmentfor a commercial pencil having a portion only of its lead exposed,
comprising a member adapted to retain a liquid in, contact with the pencil lead when applied thereto, and a, writing point carried by said member, the body of the pencil serving as a handle for saidwriting point.
3. An attachment for a commercial pencilcomprising a tubular'member, a pen carried by one end of the member, and. a tongue carried by the memberand coactingwith the pen to support liquid to feed from said pen, the other end of the member remote from the pen being adapted to receive a sharpened commercial pencil in position to dispose the lead thereofin contact with liquid supported between the tongue and pen to thereby provide Writing fluid. v
4. The combination with'a pencil, of a holder sleeve disposed around said pencil inwardly of the pe'ncilpo'int,-a tongue projecting from one endof thesleeve and,ex-
tended outwardly of the pencil point on one side thereof, a pen secured to the sleeve and disposed on the opposite side of the pencil point from the tongue and extended outwardly of sa1d po nt to define a reservoir receiving saldpoint, sa1d ton ue being engaged with the pen outwardly o the pencil point whereby upon moisture being disposed therein, writing fiuid will be supplied to the pen. r r
5. The combination with a pencil, of a holder sleeve disposed around said pencil,
the portion of the sleeve adjacent the pencil.
point being contracted to form a pen seat,
the pen in close proximity to the pencilpoint, writing fluidbeing supplied to the .pen from the pencil point upon moisture 1. Anattachment for a commercial pencil being applied to the latter. i
. In testimony that I claim the foregoing-I havehereunto set myhand at. Racine, in the county of Racine and State of VVisconsin. I
' HARRISON D. FLEGEL,
p and a pen disposed in said seat, the point of
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