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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F16ENGINEERING ELEMENTS AND UNITS; GENERAL MEASURES FOR PRODUCING AND MAINTAINING EFFECTIVE FUNCTIONING OF MACHINES OR INSTALLATIONS; THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
    • F16LPIPES; JOINTS OR FITTINGS FOR PIPES; SUPPORTS FOR PIPES, CABLES OR PROTECTIVE TUBING; MEANS FOR THERMAL INSULATION IN GENERAL
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    • Y10T24/00Buckles, buttons, clasps, etc.
    • Y10T24/14Bale and package ties, hose clamps
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  • Figure 1 of the drawing is a representation of a plan View of my bale-tie.
  • Fig. 2 is a longitudinal sectional view of the same; and
  • Figs. 3 and 4 are perspective detail views.
  • This invention has relation to improvements in ties which are designed to unite the two ends of a strap-iron binder passing around a compressed mass of cotton, hay, wool, or other similar substances; and the nature of the invention consists in an oblong buckle-plate having a backwardly-inclined slot in its front end and a recess in the shape of a trapezoid upon its rear under side, which recess is wider in front than in rear, and is adapted to receive the corrcspondinglyshaped end of a strap-iron binder, whereby I am enabled to dispense with the well-known rivets generally used for securing the binder to the plate, and an effective tie will be produced when the other end of the binder is passed from above through the slot in the front end of the plate and under the body of the same, and the compressing power is removed, as will be hereinafter more fully explained.
  • A designates my improved buckle-plate, formed of any suitable metal, and preferably of oblong form.
  • the front end of this plate has a transverse slot, 0, of rectangular form, the front and rear Walls of which incline backwardly, as shown in Fig. 2, and the under side thereof has a recess, I), cut therein, the lateral walls of which are formed by lugs c projecting downwardly a suitable distance below the body of the plate, the inner edges of which lugs form, with the bottom of the recess, acute angles, for a purpose hereinafter explained.
  • This rc cess is of the form of a trapezoid, and its front wall d is vertical to the bottom thereof and to the body of the plate.
  • B designates a strap-iron binder of the usual form and dimensions, one end, 6, of which is out into a shape corresponding to that of recess 1) of the plate, and is adapted to be placed therein, as shown in Fig. 2.
  • the other end of this binder is of the same dimensions as its body, and is of a Width corresponding to the length of the slot in the front end of the plate.
  • the binder is passed around the baled mass in the usual Well-known manner.
  • the plain end of the binder which I shall now designate by the letter f, is then passed into slot to of plate A until the length of the binder from its point of entry into the plate to its free end is equal, or nearly so, to the compass of the bale.
  • bending the binder oblique to the line of strain, and the trapezoidal'shaped end e thereof is inserted into recess 12 between lugs c.
  • the other trapezoidal-shaped end of the binder will be held against escape from recess b, owing to the fact that the inner end of the said recess and the outer end of the binder are of greater width than their respective outer and inner ends, and that the end fof the binder is pressed forcibly up against its other end e by the expansion of the bale.
  • edges of the trapezoidal end 6 of the binder being beveled to correspond to the inclination of the inner edges of lugs 0, it will fit snugly between them, and no difficulty will be experienced in placing it in recess 1) of the plate.
  • the plate is then vibrated downward,
  • bale tie the combination, with a strap-iron binder having a trapezoidal end, e, of the plate A, having slot a, recess b, and lateral lugs 0, substantially as specified.
  • the buckle-plate A having a rearwardlyinclined slot, a, recess b, and lugs 0, adapted for use substantially as and for the purpose specified.

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.I. M. GOLDSMITH.
Bale-Tie.
N0. 162 054, Patented April13,l875.
ATTORN EYS WITNESSES 1 NR THE GRAPHIC CO.PHOTO.LITH.39 8:.41 PARK PLACE,N-Y-
J. MORTIMER GOLDSMITH, OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
IMPROVEMENT IN BALE-TIES.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 162,054, dated April 13, 1875; application filed March 6, 1875.
To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, J. MORTIMER GoLD- SMITH, of Boston, in the county of Suffolk and State of Massachusetts, have invented a new and valuable Improvement in Bale-Ties; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description of the construction and operation of the same, reference being had to the annexed drawings making a part of this specification, and to the letters and figures of reference marked thereon.
Figure 1 of the drawing is a representation of a plan View of my bale-tie. Fig. 2 is a longitudinal sectional view of the same; and Figs. 3 and 4 are perspective detail views.
This invention has relation to improvements in ties which are designed to unite the two ends of a strap-iron binder passing around a compressed mass of cotton, hay, wool, or other similar substances; and the nature of the invention consists in an oblong buckle-plate having a backwardly-inclined slot in its front end and a recess in the shape of a trapezoid upon its rear under side, which recess is wider in front than in rear, and is adapted to receive the corrcspondinglyshaped end of a strap-iron binder, whereby I am enabled to dispense with the well-known rivets generally used for securing the binder to the plate, and an effective tie will be produced when the other end of the binder is passed from above through the slot in the front end of the plate and under the body of the same, and the compressing power is removed, as will be hereinafter more fully explained.
In the annexed (llitWll'lgS, A designates my improved buckle-plate, formed of any suitable metal, and preferably of oblong form. The front end of this plate has a transverse slot, 0, of rectangular form, the front and rear Walls of which incline backwardly, as shown in Fig. 2, and the under side thereof has a recess, I), cut therein, the lateral walls of which are formed by lugs c projecting downwardly a suitable distance below the body of the plate, the inner edges of which lugs form, with the bottom of the recess, acute angles, for a purpose hereinafter explained. This rc cess, as is shown in the figure, is of the form of a trapezoid, and its front wall d is vertical to the bottom thereof and to the body of the plate. B designates a strap-iron binder of the usual form and dimensions, one end, 6, of which is out into a shape corresponding to that of recess 1) of the plate, and is adapted to be placed therein, as shown in Fig. 2. The other end of this binder is of the same dimensions as its body, and is of a Width corresponding to the length of the slot in the front end of the plate.
I use my improved buckle in the following manner, to wit:
The binder is passed around the baled mass in the usual Well-known manner. The plain end of the binder, which I shall now designate by the letter f, is then passed into slot to of plate A until the length of the binder from its point of entry into the plate to its free end is equal, or nearly so, to the compass of the bale. bending the binder oblique to the line of strain, and the trapezoidal'shaped end e thereof is inserted into recess 12 between lugs c.
If, after a suitable number of these binders have been secured around the bale, as above described, the power used for compressing the bale be removed, its natural expansion, will force the end f of the binder powerfully up against the under side of the bale, at the same time bending it sharply across the upper front and the lower rear edges of slot a, rigidly holding it against slipping.
The other trapezoidal-shaped end of the binder will be held against escape from recess b, owing to the fact that the inner end of the said recess and the outer end of the binder are of greater width than their respective outer and inner ends, and that the end fof the binder is pressed forcibly up against its other end e by the expansion of the bale.
The edges of the trapezoidal end 6 of the binder being beveled to correspond to the inclination of the inner edges of lugs 0, it will fit snugly between them, and no difficulty will be experienced in placing it in recess 1) of the plate.
What I claim as new, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is
The plate is then vibrated downward,
1. In a bale tie, the combination, with a strap-iron binder having a trapezoidal end, e, of the plate A, having slot a, recess b, and lateral lugs 0, substantially as specified.
2. The buckle-plate A, having a rearwardlyinclined slot, a, recess b, and lugs 0, adapted for use substantially as and for the purpose specified.
In testimony that I claim the above I have hereunto subscribed my name in the presence of two witnesses;
J. MORTIMER GOLDSMITH.
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CHAS. ROBINSON, J r., E. H. DARLING.
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