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US1646266A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
    • B60RVEHICLES, VEHICLE FITTINGS, OR VEHICLE PARTS, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B60R7/00Stowing or holding appliances inside vehicle primarily intended for personal property smaller than suit-cases, e.g. travelling articles, or maps
    • B60R7/04Stowing or holding appliances inside vehicle primarily intended for personal property smaller than suit-cases, e.g. travelling articles, or maps in driver or passenger space, e.g. using racks
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC
    • Y10STECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10S292/00Closure fasteners
    • Y10S292/14Hood latches
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC
    • Y10STECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10S292/00Closure fasteners
    • Y10S292/37Push button operators
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y10TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC
    • Y10TTECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER US CLASSIFICATION
    • Y10T292/00Closure fasteners
    • Y10T292/08Bolts
    • Y10T292/0911Hooked end
    • Y10T292/0926Spring projected
    • Y10T292/0928Operating means
    • Y10T292/0933Push or pull rod

Description

Oct. 18, 1927.

F. STONER RECEPTACLE Filed AuE. 26, 1922 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 [NVE/v TUR.

Oct. 18, 192?,

F. STNER RECEPTACLE Patented ocr. 1s, 1927.04

UNITED STATES.

1,646,266 PATENT OFFICE.

THE BAKER-RAU'LAITG*` 00H- A CORPORATION OF OHIO.

RECEPTACLE.

Application tiled .August 28, 1922. Serial No.,584;509.f

This invention relates to receptacles, more particularly to that type wherein the receptacle is normally disposed in an openingin a wall or other support and Hush with its 5 outer surface but is movable relative thereto to ermit access to its interior.-

ne object of vthe invention is to rovide a receptacle of this character that 1s relatively simple in construction.

Another object of the invention is to construct an improved receptacle wherein the means which operate the movable section of the receptacle also serves to arrest' the section at a predetermined open position.

Other objects of the invention will be apparent to those skilled inv thel art to which my invention relates from the following de- Y scription taken in connection with the accompanying drawings, wherein Fig. 1 is an elevation of an automobile having associated with it a receptacle embodying my invention,l parts of-the automobile being broken away to show the rece tacle in position. f Z5 IFig. 24 is a fragmentary elevational view showlng the receptacle when in closed position.

Fig. 3 is a sectional view on the line 5 5 of Fig. 2, but showing the receptacle in open l position.

Fi 4 is a sectional view on the line 5 5 of Fig. 2, but illustrating the operation of attachin the operating device to the holder or detac ing it therefrom.

Fi 5 is a sectional view on the line 5 5 of Iigig, but showing the holder disconnected from the operating device and moved to full open position.

Fig. 6 is a front view of the parts as shown in Fig. 5, on the line 6 6, showing the operating deviceY moved to an in-operative position. v I

Fig. 7 is a fragmentary sectional view on the line 5 5 of Fig. 2 illustrating the operi ation of releasing the holder.

Fig. 8 `is a section on the line 8 8 of Fig. 5V.'

In the drawings, 1 indicates. a vehicle of any desired construction, for example, an D automobile having a sedan type of body.

2 indicates as an entirety a receptacle, any

number of which may be provided in the vehicle. In the accompanying drawings I have shown'two receptacles 2, one in the side i wall of the vehicle adjacent its rear seat and ings formed in the plate 4a is preferably of a size to tit within the other in the back of the front seat, which wall and back form suitable su ports or moutings for receptacles embo ying my invention. It will be obvious that they may be arranged in other positions and as many provided as conditions mayl make it necessar or desirable. v

he receptacle 2 preferably comprises a casing 3 and a holder 4, which are respectively shaped so that the holder may fit within the casing. The casing may be and preferably is fitted 7to a recess 1 formed in the vehicle bo,dy or positioned in a space or opening between its structural members. By this arrangement and construction, the outer wall of the receptacle or its holder, when the latter is in closed position, is Hush with the surrounding'wall or surface of the vehicle body. a

The casing 3 comprises a lbottom 5, side walls, 6, 6, a top wall 7 and a bottomwall 8. The top and bottom walls 7, 8,.and the side walls 6 are preferably provided with flanges 9, which extend outwardly and thusmay fit over the interior lining of the vehicle body to protect it as well as to improve the appearance of the body. The casing 3 may be secured in position 4 by a plurality of, screws 10, extending through suitab1e,Openside walls 6. The holder 4 1s constructed to yprovide a face plate 4.'L and one or more compartments l4" of a size and shape best ada ted to contain articles desired for use while riding. The face the side walls 6 and top and bottom walls so tnat .it will be disposed in the plane of the flanges 9 and the surface of the support 1 when the holder 4 is closed. The compartments 4b are preferably arranged to permit 95' .access to their interiors from their upper ends when the holder is hinged alon its lower side edge as shown in the drawm s. The holder 4 is movably connected to t e casing 3 so .that it may be moved relative thereto to permit ready access to the compartments 4b. For this purpose the vholder is hinged along one edge or side, preferabl its lower edge or side, by means of hinges 4 When so constructed, the upper end of the holder swings outwardly as shown in Fig. 3.

11 indicates an an entirety means for locking the holder inits closed or normal position. Of these means, 12, 12', indicate a pair of elements carried by the casing 3 and 110 holder 4, respectively, and co-acting to engage each other to lock the holder in closed position, one of said elements being movable relative to the other so that it may be disengaged therefrom when it is desired to open the receptacle. The vstationary locking element, indicated at 12, is preferably secured to the holder 4 and the other element 12 is carried by the casing 3. The element 12 may comprise a section of metal secured in any Well known manner to the inner side of the face plate 4, its free end being shaped to form a hook 13. The element 12l is pivotallyl mounted on the inner face of the top wall'7 so that its free end, which is shaped to provide a hook 14, may engage with the hook 13 and be disengaged therefrom in the manner to be later set forth. The locking element 12 is normally maintained in locking position by a spring 15 which is preferably coiled around the pivot for the locking element, and acts thereon in a well known manner to operate the locking element 12 in one direction and to resist its movement in the opposite direction, this construction permitting the locking elements 12, 12', to automatically engage each other when the holder is moved from its lopen position to.,

its closed position. T he locking element 12 is provided with a tail piece 16 which is preferably operatedby 'a plunger 17. The plunger 17 is guided 1n a pair of openings 18, 19, the former being formed in the adjacent liange 9 and the latter being formed in a lip 20 struck-up from the metal con-V stituting the upper wall 7, such struck-up portion providing an opening 21 in the Wall 7 through which the tail piece extends so that its free end may be disposed in the path of movementof the plunger 17. The spring 15 preferably acts through the locking element 12 and tail piece 16 to push the plunger 17 outwardly and normally maintain it in the position shown in Figs. 3, 4, and 5; the plunger being provided with a head 22 engaging the lip 20 to limit its outward movement.

23 indicates a device disposed within the casing 3 and acting on the holder 4 to push it outwardly about its hinged connection with the casing 3. The device 23preferably comprises a strip or plate formed from resilient metal. The device 23 is connected at its lower end, as indicated at 24, to the inner face of the bottom 5 and is bent upwardly and outwardly, so that when the holder 4 is moved to its closed position, it will compress the free end of the device 23 and thus put it under tension. As a result of this construction and operation, the device 23 will act on the holder and swing it outwardly, upon the release of the locking meansI 11. The connection 24 for the operating device 23 is preferably of a pivotal character so that it may be moved about its pivot to the position shown in Fig. 6 for a purpose to be later set forth. Near its outer end, the operating device 23 is formed with an elongated opening or slot 2 5 arranged to receive a member 26 such as a pin or stud, carried by the inner Wall of the holder 4. holder 4 outwardly the stud moves endwise of the slot 25 until it engages the outer end wall thereof. As the pin or stud is carried by the holder, the end wall of the slot will limit or stop the outward movement of the holder at a predetermined position, see Fig. 3. The outer end of the pin or stud 26 is preferably provided with a head or flange 26"J1 which engages the remote surface of the operating device 23 at either side of the slot 25 and voperates to connect the pin or stud to the operating device 23, thereby preventing the disconnection of the stud from the end wall of the slot when the holder is arrested thereby. Intermediate its ends, `the slot 25 is enlarged, as shown at 26h, see Fig. 6, so that the head or ange of the pin or stud can be positioned on the remote side of the operating device or removed therefrom. To permit of either of these opera- During movement of thev tions, the holder 4 is first moved to an intermediate position, that is, that position in which the pin or stud 26 is opposite or in alignment with the enlarged` portion 26, and then by means of a pencil or other suitable device the operating device l23 isheld a ainst outward movement (see Fig. 4), wile the holder is permitted to swing about its hinged connection with the casing 3 until the pin or stud is free of the walls of the slot 25. This construction and arrangement permits the holder 4 to be positioned as shown in Fig. 5. When in such position the casing 3 may be secured in the opening or recessin the vehicle body wall. Therefore it will be seen that the receptacle. can be completely manufactured and assembled ready for assembly in the vehicle body. This construction also permits the holder 4 to be disconnected from the operating device at will, for example, when itis desired to swing the holder to its full open position. When the holder is to be thus operated, the operating device 23 may be swung aboutit-s pivot 24 to the position shown in Fig. 6.

27 indicates a spring preferably coiled. around the pivotpin for the hinge 4 and normally operating to move the holder outwardly and maintain it in open position. I have shown in the drawings two springs 27, although one may be suicient The springs 27 are supplemental to the operating device 23. Where the holder 4 is relatively small and but few articles are to be kept therein the spring or. springs 27 may be omitted. It will be understood that my invention is not, in its broader aspects, limited to a re lnfs-:ease

ceptacle construction in which a casing, such' as indicated" at 3 in the drawings, is required, since the holder 4, elements of `the locking means and the operating devices may be mounted on the wall or walls forming the recess 1 in the support 1.

To those skilled in the art on making odevices of the character herein described many alterations and" widely` differing embodiments and applications of the invention will suggest themselves without de arting from the spirit and scope thereof. y disclosures and the description herein are purely illustrative and are not intended to be in any sense limiting.

What I claim is:

1. In a construction of the class described,V the combination with a support having a recess, ot a holder movably connected to said supportso that it may lie within said recess therein substantially iiush with the sur- -tace of said support and be moved outwardly to permit access to its interior, a device connected to said support and normally acting on said holder to push it outwardly, and a connection between said device and said holder I-serving to limit the outward movement of the latter, the said connection between vsaid device and said holder being detachable.

2. ln a construction of the class described, the combination with a support having a recess, of a holder movably connected to said support so that itmay lie within said recess substantially iush with the surface of said support and be moved outwardly to permit access to its interior, a device connected to said support and normally acting on said holder to push it outwardly, a con. nection between said device and said holder serving to limit the outward movement of the latter, and means supplemental to said device and co-operating therewith to move the holder outwardly. 3. In a construction of the class described, the combination with a' support having a recess, of a holder movably connected to said support so that it may lie within said recess therein substantially. flush with theouter surface of said support andbe moved outwardly to permit access to its interior, aresilient plate pivotally connected at one end to said support and normally acting on said holder to push it outwardly, and separable means carried by said plate and holder arranged to limit the outward movement of the latter at a predetermined position. Q

4. In a construction of the class described, the combination with a ,support having a recess, of a holder movablyxconnected to said support so that it may lie Within s'aid recess therein substantially ush with the surface of said su port and be moved outwardly to permit access to its interior, a

resilient plate connected to said support at one end and 'normally acting von said holder to push it outwardly, said plate being formed with an Aelongated slot, and a member carried by said holder and engaging t-he outer end wall of said slot to limit the outward' movement of the holder.

5.l In a construction of the class described, the combination with a support having a recess, of a holder movably connected to said support so that it may lie within said recess therein substantially lush with the surface of said support and be moved outwardly to permit access to its interior, a resilient plate connected to said support at one end and normally acting on said holder to push it outwardly, said plate being formed with anelongated slot, and a member carried by said holder and engaging the outer end Wall of said slot to limit the outward movement of the holder, said slot having an v enlarged portion to permit the member to be connected and disconnected from said plate.

6. In a receptacle, the combination of a casing, a holder hinged along one end to said casingvso that it may lie therewithin substantially ush with the outer end walls thereof and be moved outwardly relative to said casing to permit access to its interior, a resilient plate connected to said casing at one end and normally acting on said holder to push it outwardly, said plate being formed with an elongated slot, and a flanged element carried by said holder and extending through the slot so that the flange thereof will engage the remote-surface of said plate, whereby said element will engage the end wall of the slot to limitthe outward movement of the holder and the flange will prevent disconnection of said element from said plate.

7. In a rece tacle, the combination of a casing adapted) to be mounted in a recess formed in a support, a holder hinged along one end to lsaid casing so that it may lie therewithin substantially flush with the surface of the support and be moved outwardly to permit access to its interior, a resilient plate connected 'to said casing at one end and normally acting on said holder to push `it outwardly, said plate being formed with an elongated slot, and a flanged element carried by said holder and extending through the slot so that the flange thereof will engage the remote surface of said plate, whereby said element will engage the end wall of the slot to limit the outward -movement of the holder and the flange will the combination with a support having a recess, of a holder movabl connected to said support so that it may 11e within the recess therein substantially flush with theouter surface of said support and be moved outwardly to permitr access to its interior, a resilient plate pivotally connected at one end to said support and normally acting on said holder to push it outwardly, and detachable means carried by said plate and holder arranged to limit the outward movement of the latter at a predetermined position.

9. In a construction of the class described, the combination of a support havin a recess, a holder within said recess an movably connected to said support along one edge, whereby it may be moved outwardly, a resilient device connected to said support and acting on said holder to move it outwardly, and a detachable connection between said device and said holder serving to limit the outward movement of the latter, said device having a portion which is eX- posed when the holder is moved outwardly.

10. In a construction of the class described, the combination of a support having a recess, a holder within said recess and movably connected to said support along one edge, whereby it may be moved'outwardly,

a deviceinterposed between said holder and said support, one end of said device being connecte to said support and its other end having sliding engagement with said holder and formed with an elongated slot, and an element carried by the holder and projecting through said slot to engage the end wall thereof to limit its outward movement.

11. In a construction of the class described, the combination of a support having a recess, a holder within said recess and movably connected to said support along one edge, whereby it may be moved outwardly, and emeans normally acting to move said holder outwardly and for limiting its movement at a predetermined posltion, said r means including a device interposed between said holder and said support, one end of said device being connected 'to said support and its other end having sliding engagement with said holder and `formed with an elongated slot, and an element carried b the holder and projecting through said s ot to engage the end wall thereof to limit its outward movement.

subscribed my name.

FRANK STONER.

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US2639055A (en) * 1947-05-01 1953-05-19 Gen Motors Corp Ash receiver with mounting plate
US2652944A (en) * 1947-07-29 1953-09-22 Jacobs Co F L Ash receiver
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US3131813A (en) * 1962-08-01 1964-05-05 Lars C Jensen Litter locker
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