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US1666757A
US1666757A US28325A US2832525A US1666757A US 1666757 A US1666757 A US 1666757A US 28325 A US28325 A US 28325A US 2832525 A US2832525 A US 2832525A US 1666757 A US1666757 A US 1666757A
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    • E04BUILDING
    • E04HBUILDINGS OR LIKE STRUCTURES FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES; SWIMMING OR SPLASH BATHS OR POOLS; MASTS; FENCING; TENTS OR CANOPIES, IN GENERAL
    • E04H15/00Tents or canopies, in general
    • E04H15/28Umbrella type tents
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    • E04HBUILDINGS OR LIKE STRUCTURES FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES; SWIMMING OR SPLASH BATHS OR POOLS; MASTS; FENCING; TENTS OR CANOPIES, IN GENERAL
    • E04H15/00Tents or canopies, in general
    • E04H15/32Parts, components, construction details, accessories, interior equipment, specially adapted for tents, e.g. guy-line equipment, skirts, thresholds
    • E04H15/34Supporting means, e.g. frames
    • E04H15/44Supporting means, e.g. frames collapsible, e.g. breakdown type having connecting nodes
    • E04H15/48Supporting means, e.g. frames collapsible, e.g. breakdown type having connecting nodes foldable, i.e. having pivoted or hinged means
    • E04H15/50Supporting means, e.g. frames collapsible, e.g. breakdown type having connecting nodes foldable, i.e. having pivoted or hinged means lazy-tongs type

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April 17, 1928.

I I H. F. SNYDER COLLAPSIBLE TENT Filed May 6, 1925 I INVENTOR. AWAAF/F J/Vyflff A TTORNE Y.

April 17, 1928. 1,666,757

- H. F. SNYDER COLLAPS IBLE TENT Filed May 6, 1925 a Shets-Sheet 5 I N V EN TOR.

A TTORNEY.

Patented Apr. 17, 1 928 EAR-RY F. SNYDER, OF'iiOSifKNGELES}; cA'nrronnin, i MIABY n'mcnm" A ENT.

sm- R or NE 3AIJ TO GOLLAPSIBLE TENT: Y

Application filed liay 6, 1925.1 SerialNo. 26,325; I

This invention relates to collapsibletents.

The general object of the invention is to provide an improved vcollapsibletent and frame wh ch is readlly collapsed but which when erected, is solid and substantial.

A further object of the invention is to pro-,

vide a collapsible tent and framewherein the parts are extremely Other objects of the invention will be apparent from the following description taken in connection I with the accompanying drawings wherei Fig. 1 is'a perspectiveview ;showi ng my improved frame; Fig.2 is a.

view similarto Fig. 1 showing the upper port on ofthe frame manner in which the cross members are collapsed; F g. ies 7 r lapsed frame ofthe tent; F1g. .5- 1s a longltudinal section showingthe folding oint for the corner .polles; Fig. 6 is a transverse section of the foldingjoint for the corner poles is an elevation of the corner pole joint extended; Fig fifi's a" view similar to Fig. 7 showing the corner pole folded ;Fig. 9 is a perspective view of a. con necting brace; Fig; 10 is a fragmentary View showing the brace and its associated parts; Fig. 11 is a top plan view showing the brace with the cooperzrtingpartsin extended"position; Fig. 12 "s a "detail partlyin section with the parts showing another ns e of the brace; Fig-r13 Y 1s a fragmentary detail showing the manner in which the parts are connected; Fig 14' is a top plan view ofone'iot the connections; Fig .,15 i a fragmentary perspective View showing one of the" joints; Figs. I6 an d17 show the snpporting members together with thc l'inks forsecuring them in position; Fig. 18 is a' perspective view showing details of secnring the side braces; Fig. -19-is atragmenta'ry perspective view showing the bottom of the corner posts with the securing stake; F 20 is afragmentary detail show ing the manner in which thetop brace folds; Fig. 21 is a. fragmentary perspective view showing the plan er in which the tent is. secnredto the iram e; 22 isaperspective View of the completedjtent, with the bottom inserted therein Figl '23l'is an enlarged detail showing the manner oii securingthe tent Sid? Wall and Fig, 24 1S a fragmentary detail 'r reli w hWlP h 111 wh h light and durable and wherein these ,parts told into small bundles when the tent is collapsed.

partly collapsed; Fig 3 is a view similarto Fig. Qshowihg the a. side elevation of the col- 'pi a ly the w 'per ion i the bottom of the tent is securedto the cor- 'Thistrame comprises corner posts 11 and the top str ictnre indicated as an entirety at 12. Eachot the corner posts is preferably constructed of light wood or similar material and intermediate the length thereof is pro vid'ed with a. folding joint shown iii detail in Figs. 5. to 8. 7

Referring to these figures it will be seen that the corner posts are shown as. provided. with flat sides 14 and with curved ends 15. The hinged jointv is secured by providing connectinglink member l6von ea'ch side of the corner posts. The members are pivoted to the adjoining portions of the cornerposts by rivets or other tasteninghmeans 17 Stop pins 18. on the corner'posts whichengage theconnecting members 16 of each pair, f

serve to limitflthe opening movement. The parts arehe ld; in straightened relation by means of a sliding sleeve which is shown in engagingpositionin Fig. 5.

The conner posts are connected by cross members 25f These cross members eaclicomlprise a pair of portions 26 and-27 which are pivoted at 28. One of the flmembers is notchc il f s at 29. to .a bent over tongue 30, on the other member to limit the j movement ofthe members in one direction. I i v V The member 26 is secnredlonfthe outside of a' corner angle member 31 while the member 27 is. secured 'to the inside otthef' sja'meangle member 31.. The corner angle membersare shown infdetail. in" 143 and it will be noted'thatjthese members pass through the posts 11 and are held by a rivet 31''. I j In order to brace the inembcrsflfi and 27 I gle'braces 35 each comprisingtwo inelnbers connected at 36' and provided with a stop37 which is similar to thefs'top 3Q p -e: vionsly described. The upper brace 35 issecured to a pivot member 38joii the cross member 26while'thelowerbrace 35 is; secured to a piv0t39on an'anglemember .%1(); A similar angular brace is s'eciired to the portion 27 as-"shown 41. This brace, has the upper portion thereof'arranged. on the inside of the member. 27 apfivotffi while i I pivoted Ltoan angle ee be 2 a 'wll new! h islet-Q 1 when-iii straightened position, I )rovidejanof the brace 4.1 is the reversal of the brace 35 and that there are four pairs of the braces 35 and 41.

In addition to the cross members 25 the corner posts are connected by rafters which extend from each corner post. Eachrafter is composed of two pivotally mounted'portions and 51, which are united by a pivoted joint 52 best shown in Fig.2. pivoted joint is similar to the joint 29 and 30 previously described and shown in Fig. 15. j I

The portion 50 of the rafters is provided with an angularly arranged end 53 which is pivoted as at 5 1 to the post 11 as shown in Fig. 20. The upper end of each of the portions 51 of the rafters is connected to acenter block 55 shown in Fig. 9.

In order to hold the rafters in erect position as shown in Fig. 1, 1 provide brace members 56. Each of these brace members is connected at its outer end to one of the portions 51 of the rafters and. at the inner end is connected to a center block which is in all respects constructed in the same manner as the center block 55 is turned upside down with respect to the block 55.

The brace members 56 when in operative position have their center blocks 60 below the point of attachment of the brace members to the portions 51 of the rafters so that there will be no tendency of the brace members to collapse until the center block 60 is raised above the dotted line shown in Fig. 1.

To collapse the frame the center'bloek 60 is first pushed upwardly thus enabling the rafter braces 56 to be pushed upwardly about their pivot.

The rafter sections 50 and 51 are then moved downwardly as shown in Fig.2.

The straight relation of the braces 35 is next broken by pushing the pivoted joint 36 upwardly. Simultaneously the cross members 25 have their straight relation broken by pushing down on the pivot 28.

The parts are so proportioned that after the preliminary movement described is made they will quickly fold until the cor ner posts 11 are juxtaposed after which the sleeves 20 may be moved away from the links 16 and the corner posts themselves may then be folded.

In Fig. 2 I have shown which the rafter structure collapses while in F ig. 3 I have shown the manner in which the cross members collapse but it will be understood that this is merely for the purpose of'showing the manner in which the parts fold and in practice I prefer to combine the cross members and the rafters in one structure.

The cover or tent proper which is adapted to be used with my frame preferably comprises a roof portion 61 and side walls 62.

the manner in This The side walls 62 are arranged in position by means of hooks 64: which engage overthe cross members 27 as shown in Figs. 21 and 22. After the side walls'are secured the top 61 maybe placed in position and secured in any desired manner. r

A bottom for my tent is shown in Figs. 22 and 24. This bottom comprises a bottom portion proper 66 and a side 67. The sides 67 are provided with eyelet members 68 and when the tent is erected and the floor is in place, are adapted to engage hooks 7O disposed in the corner posts 11.

From the foregoing description it will be apparent that I have provided an improved collapsible frame for tents which is extremely simple and which can be economically manufactured.

Having thus described my inventioinl claim:

1. In a folding frame for collapsible tents,' the combination with corner po;ts, cross members and folding rafters, each of said rafters. being pivotally connected at its lower end with the upper end of one of the posts and adapted to fold parallel therewith,

and attached at the other end to a center block, said rafters each composed of two sections pivotally connected togetherpsaid rafters being adapted to collapse upon moving their pivotal connection downwardly.

2. A collapsible. tent frame comprising hinged cornerposts, foldingcross members and folding rafters, saidcross members being pivotally connected with the posts adjacent to their ends and each composedof two sections pivotally connected with each other, folding braces pivotally. connected their upper ends sa d rafters each composed brace members each comprising two pivoted sections each having one end attached to a rafter and the otherend attached to a center block, said center block being arranged at; one side of the plane which passes through the connection between the rafter braces and therafters. I i I 3. In a folding frame for collapsible tents, corner posts, corner 'meinbers and rafters connected together, each of said rafters being connected at one end tofa c0rner post and at the other end to a' center block, said rafters each comprising two parts permanently and hingedly connected and adapted to fold downwardly," said center block comprising a cruciform member having one end of each rafter pivotally mounted on an arm of said member.

4:. In a folding frame for collapsible tents, corner posts, corner members and rafters,

each of said rafters being connected at one 5.111 a collapsible tent frame, corner,

posts, cross members and rafters on said corner posts, means to secure said cross mem-v hers to said corner posts, said means comprising strips of metal extending through said corner posts and pivotally connected to said cross members, the cross member on one side of a post being arrangedon one sideof the strip and the cross member onflthe other side of the same post being arranged on the other side of the strip. Y

6. A folding frame for a collapsible tent comprising corner posts, cross members and rafters, said cross members and said rafters each composed of tWo sections permanently and hingedly connected to each other and permanently hinged to the corner members, and adapted to be folded to lie alongside said corner posts, the hinge of said rafter being mounted to move downwardly when. the frame is collapsed. I

7. A collapsible tent frame comprising corner posts, means connecting said corner posts to'hold said frame in erect position, each of said corner posts comprising a pair of sections permanently and hingedly connected together said hinged connection comprising a link permanently pivoted to each of said sections, said link having notched portions forming shoulders thereon at each end thereof, said sections having stop pins thereon adapted to engage said shoulders when the corner post is straightened anda slide movable over said joint and adapted to surround the same to hold the parts in straightened position. In-testimony whereof, I hereunto aflix my signature.

' HARRY F. SNYDER.

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