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US1694522A US264903A US26490328A US1694522A US 1694522 A US1694522 A US 1694522A US 264903 A US264903 A US 264903A US 26490328 A US26490328 A US 26490328A US 1694522 A US1694522 A US 1694522A
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/96Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings
    • E06B3/984Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings specially adapted for frame members of wood or other material worked in a similar way
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
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    • E06B3/82Flush doors, i.e. with completely flat surface
    • E06B3/822Flush doors, i.e. with completely flat surface with an internal foursided frame
    • E06B3/825Flush doors, i.e. with completely flat surface with an internal foursided frame with a wooden frame

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Dec. 11, 1928.

F. VICTOR FLUSH DOOR 3 Sheets-Sheet l Filed March 26, 1928 l l l l l l l I l l Dec 11, 192s. y 1,694,522

' F. VICTOR FLUSH DOOR Filed March 26, 1928 3 Sheets-Sheet 2 Ff'Qn/r for' gnwntoz Mnesses y t5 :311% m (l f q futon/w11 F. VICTOR FLUSH DOOR Dec. 1l, 1928.

3 Sheets-Sheet Filed] March 26, 1928 A Fran/r l//'or afm Patented Dec. 1l, 1928.

FRANK VICTOR, OF RIDGWAY, PENNSYLVANIA.

FLUSH DOOR.

Application filed March 26, 1928.

This invention relates to improvements in doors and more particularly to doors of the flush type. Doors of this type, as previously constructed, have presented various disadvantages. Some doors of this type have been made with a solid core with the result that they are expensive to manufacture due to the amount of material required, are undesirably heavy, and, are liable to warp under changes in weather conditions. The present invention therefore has as one of its objects to provide a door of the flush type which, while exceptionally substantial and durable and having a desired massive appearance, will, at the same time, be comparatively light in Weight, inexpensive to manufacture, not subject to warping, and sound-proof.

Briefly described, the door, embodying the invention, comprises a frame structure which constitutes the body of the door and which consists of an inner or core frame and an outer or edging frame, iii-combination with panels which constitute the faces of the door and which are assembled with and permanently secured to the said body frames, and the invention has as a further object to so construct the frames comprising the body of the door that the component members of the frames may be readily assembled and will embody interlocking parts of an extremely simple nature which may be readily formed and interfitted so as to prevent any relative displacement of the component parts of the core and edging frames when assembled, the invention liliewise contemplating, in this connection7 the formation and construction of the interlocking parts of the frame members so that not only will members of each frame be mutually locked together, but likewise the members of the two frames will be mutually locked together, so that the door, as a whole. will be exceptionally substantial and there `will be no tendency toward separation of any of its component parts either due to slamming` of the door or to expansion and contraction or changes in weather conditions.

Another object of the invention is to so construct the body frame structure of the door and the panels ot the door that a firm, substantial and yet simple interlocking of the panels and frame may be effected thereby providing against any likelihood of sepa- Serial No. 264,903.

ration of the panels from the frame and also providing against any distortion of the panels due to warping.

Another object of the invention is to provide a door of the flush type, which while substantial and durable, may have the major areas of its panels spaced with respect to each other lto provide dead air spaces within the door to render the same substantially sound-proof.

.While the accompanying drawings and the description which is to follow, constitute a disclosure of the preferred embodiment of the invention, it will be understood the various changes may be made within the scope of what is claimed.

In the accompanying drawings:

Figure l is a view in elevation of a door constructed in accordance with the present invention, a portion of the panel at the near side of the door being broken away to illustrate a portion of the body frame structure in elevation:

Figure 2 is an edge elevation of the door;

Figure 3 is a topplan view of the door,

Figure 4 is a detail vertical sectional view taken substantially on the line Lt-4 of Figure l;

Figure 5 is a horizontal sectional view taken substantially on the line of Figure l;

Figure 6 is a fragmentary, sectional, group perspective view illustrating the body frame members of the door and one of the panels` mutually separated;

Figure 7 is a view partly in elevation and partly in vertical section illustrating one lower corner of the body frame structure of the door, one of the stiles of the edging .frame being omitted for the sake of clearness;

Figure 8 is a view in side elevation of the structure shown in Figure 7;

Figure 9 is a vertical transverse sectional view taken substantially on the line 9--9 of Figure 7 looking in the direction indicated by the arrows;

Figure l() is a plan view of the structure shown in Figure 7;

Figure ll is a fragmentary sectional perspective view of one lower corner of the body frame structure of the door, the parts being assembled and interloclred;

Figure l2 is a horizontal sectional view taken substantially on the line lQ-l of Figure il looking in the direction indicated by the arrows;

Figure 13 is a detail horizontal sectional view taken substantially on the line 13-13 ot Figure l looking in the direction indicated by the arrows;

Figure lst is a fragmentary sectional perspective view of one lower corner of the door structure as a whole, parts being broken away and some parts omitted.

rl`he door, embodying the invention, comprises a body frame structure including` a core frame and an edging frame, in combination with panels, and in the drawings thecore frame is indicated in general by the numeral l, the edging frame by the numeral Ely and the panels by the numeral 3. rl'he core frame l comprises stiles Ll, top and bottom rails 5, and intermediate rails G all oi these rails being preferably of the same cross sectional dimensions and each being lorined in its opposite longitudinal edges with longitudinally medially extending dovetail grooves, the grooves in the inner edges of the stiles el being indicated by the numeral and those in the outer edges ot the stiles by the numeral 8, and the grooves in the upper and lower edges of the top and bottom rails 5 being indicated by the numoral 9. These particularly referred to grooves in the stiles and rails ot the core frame serve a useful purpose, in the strue ture, as will presently be made clear. and while the lower and upper edges of the top and bottom rails 5 are formed with similar grooves as are also the upper and lower edges of the intermediate rails 6, these grooves serve no useful purpose and are merely present due to trie fact that all of the members of the ira-.me are, stated.y of 'the same cross sectional dimensions and eon tour and therefore may all be eut trom the same stock, thus ellecting a great saving in material well as labor incident to the production of the several trame members. By ,ference to Figures (i, l2 and i3 of the d 1wings, it will be observedthat the ends o1 the rails 5 and 8 are formed with tenons l0 which lit into the grooves 7 in the ini' edges of the Stiles "i ot the core frame as tliese tenons are ot dovetail form, engagement or the same. in the dovetail grooves "27 serves to provide an interlocking connection between the members of the said core frame, this frame, when set up, being of rectangular form.

The edging frame likewise comprises stiles which are indicated by the numeral il top and bottom rails indicated by the numeral l2, and by reference to Figures il. 5, l, il. i2, and 13, it will be observed that each stile ll is formed upon its inner 'lare or edf/e with a longitudinally extending rib 13, these ribs being slidably fitted into the grooves 8 ol' the stiles l ol the door frame as shown in liligures 5, ll, l2 and lf3 whereby the stiles ot the edging 'frame are interlocked throughout their length with the Correspondingv stiles ot the core frame. For a purpose to be presently explaineth each stile ll is further 'formed in its inner lace at opposite sides of the dovetail rib lil, with a relatively narrow and deep groove let, these grooves extendingV parallel with respebt to the rib lil and likewise parallel to the vertical side edges of the respective stile and relatively close to said side edges. ln a like manner, the top and bottom rails of the edgingl irame are similarly formed, these rails being provided upon their under and upper faces, respectivelyU each with a longitudinally extending dovetail rib l5 and these ribs litted at their ends into dovetail grooves lG which are formed at the upper and lower ends ol the stiles l of the core frame7 the said dovetail ribs l5 iitting in the dovetail grooves 9 in the up per and lower sides ol' the top and bottom rails 5 of the core frame, it beingv understood at this point that after the members ol the core frame have been assembled and interlocked` the rails l2 oi' the edging trame are assembled with the core traine by being slid into the interlockingY engagement therewith which is ei'lected by the litting of the said ribs l5 in the grooves 9 and i6. ln this manner the top Vand bottom rails l2 of the edging frame are interlocked with the corresponding rails as well as the stiles oii the core frame. V3y reference to Figure T. it will be observed at this point, that the endsl of the top and bottom rails 5 ol the core frame abut against the inner edges of the stiles el ot said frame at the upper and lower ends thereof and it, will likewise be observed by reference to Figure T that the ends ot the ribs l5 upon the. top and bottom rails` of the edging frame terminate `flush with the inner walls the dovetail grooves E which, as previously stated. are formed in the outer edges ot the said stiles el oi' the core. frame. As shown in Figure of the drawings, each rail l2 of the edgingtrame. is termed at each end with a vertically disposed dovetail groove 17 and it will be observed by reference to Figure 3 of the drawings that the ends olE the. dovetail ribs 13 upon the inner faces ot the stiles ll of the edging frame lit in these grooves thus providing an interlocking engagement between the rails and stiles. As illustrated in Figures 85 G, 7, 8 and il of the drawings the top and bottom rails l2 of the edging frame are. formed in their upper and under sides with longitudinally extending` relatively narrow and deep grooves 'i8 which are parallel to the ribs l5 oli the respect-ive rails and to the outer edges thereot` and which are located relatively close to the said outer edges, these grooves corresponding to the grooves 14 formed in the stiles!y 1'1 of the said edging frame and matching at their ends with the respective ends of respective ones of the grooves in the stiles. It will also be observed by reference to Figures (5, 8 and 14 of the drawings that each rail 12 of the edging frame is formed at each end, in a vertical plane with a respective one of the grooves 18, with a tongue 19 which is of a thickness equal to the width of the respective groove.' The purpose of these tongues will presently be explained.

From the description of the invention, thus far given, and by reference to the drawings, it will now be evident that when the component members of the core frame are aS- sembled by sliding the dovetail tenons 10, upon the top and bottom rails 5 0f said frame, into the upper and lower ends of the dovetail grooves 7 in the stiles 4, the rails and stiles will be interlocked so that there can be no lateral separation of the stiles from the rails. It will likewise be evident that when the top and bottom rails 12 of the edg` ing frame are assembled with the u per and lower ends of the core frame by slid gaging the dovetail ribs 15 in the dovetail grooves 9 and 16 in the rails 5 and stiles 4 respectively, of the core frame, there is effected an interlocking of the top and bottom rails of the edging frame with the upper and lower ends of the core frame and likewise a locking of the top and bottom rails 5 of the core frame against vertical longitudinal displacement between the stiles of said frame. 1t will also be evident from the foregoing that when the stiles 11 of the edging frame are assembled with the stiles 4 of the core frame and with the ends of the rails l2 of the edging frame by a slidable engagement of the tongues 13 of the stiles 11 in the dovetail grooves 8 of the stiles 4 of the core frame, there will be not only an interlocking of the stiles of the edging frame with the stiles of the core frame, but likewise a locking of the ends of the top and bottom rails 5 and 15 of the core and edging frames with vthe stiles 11 `of the edging frame and, when all of the frame vsections are assembled in the manner stated, there can be no relative separation or displacement of any of the sections except when one or the other of the stiles 11 of the edging frame is removed, so that, when the frame members are assembled, as stated, and these two stiles are in place, there is produced an exceptionally substantial and durable frame structure the parts of which are so interlocked as topreclude any relative displacement or disarrangement thereof.

The two panels 3 are of identical construction and each of these panels is preferably of three-ply structure, comprising outer and inner plies indicated respectively by the numerals 2O and 21, and an intermediate ply 22. These pliesl are facially united to one another by adhesive and the plies 2U and 21 are so arranged that the grain thereof will extend in the same direction and preferably vertically of the panel or in other words vertically of the door in its entirety. The grain of the intermediate ply 22 runs at right angles to the grain of the plies 20 and 21 or in other words transversely of the panel or door and, in this manner, warping of the panel plies is eifectually prevented.

By reference to Figures 4, 5 and 6 of the drawings itwill be observed that the outer ply 20 of each panel is of greater marginal dimensions than the inner ply 21 and that the intermediate ply 22 is of less dimensions than the ply 21, so that the ply 20 projects marginally beyond the ply 21 and the ply 22 is marginally spaced inwardly with respect to the plles 20 and 21 thus providing, in the panel, as a whole, projecting marginal portions 23 and 24, upon the plies 2() and 21 re.- spectively. The panels are assembled with the body frame structure of the door after the component parts of the core frame and the edging frame have been assembled, with the exception of one of the stiles 11 of the edging frame. Th; panels are slidably fitted to the frame structure with the upper and lower projecting marginal portions 23 of the ply 20 of each panel slidably contacting the outer faces of the rails of the edging frame and the upper and lower project-lng marginal portions o the ply 21 of each panel slidably fitting in the grooves 1S in the. upper and lower rails of the said edging frame, and after the panels have been thus assembled with the frame structure, the frame stile 11, above specifically referred to, is slidably adjusted into place. This completes the door structure, and in order that all of the assembled parts may be mutually united, it is preferable that an 4adhesive coatfng be applied to the contacting surfaces of the component parts of the structure, where they interfit or interlock. It will be observed by reference to Figure 14 of the drawings that when the panels are assembled with the frame structure of the door, the lower corners of the plies 21 of the panels will register with the upper edges of the projecting lug portions 19 of the top and bottom rails 12 of the edging frame, these tongues therefore projecting into the grooves 14 formed in the stiles 11 of the edgng frame.

From the foregoing description of the invention it will be evident that a door, constructed in accordance with the invention, may be manufactured at a great economy in material and labor and in less time than the ordinary constructions of doors of this type. It will furthermore be' evident that due to the peculiar arrangement of the component members of the core and edging frames and the peculiar manner in which these frames are interlocln-d and mutuallv1 connectedr` both as: regards their component members and likewise with respect to each other, an exceptionally strong and durable 'traine strut#n ture is pro Yided to constitute the bodyY ot the door. and as this structure is ot open 'trame-like i'orin, the door will be hollow and therefore substantiallv soundproo't`. fit the same time the door is saitiiriently substantial and durable to etl'ertuallv serve its purpose and at the same time is not subject to warping or ang.' tl to other distortion due eimer Ishock orto changes` in weather conditions.

it will be evident from the foregoing description of the invention that the core trame l is of greater mass than the edging trame 2 and constitutes, in eit'ect, the body ot the door, the panels 2S providing l'inished faces ior the door, and the edging trame constituting not onli1 a linislied edging for the door as a whole, but likewise, coacting` with the core trame and panels to enhance the rigidit)v and durability o't the structure as a whole.

lt will be understood ot course that the door, embodving'the invention, maiv be constructed of wood, metal, a composition ot material, or anv combination of dili'erent materials.

Having thus described the invention, what l claim is:

l. In a door of the class described, a core trame. an edgingI frame, the said trames each comprising members having interlocking parts Vtor holding the same assembled to form the respective trame, and certain of the meinbers ot the two frames having interlocking parts for holding the frames mutually assembled, and panels extending` over the opposite. sides of the assembled trames and having interlocking engagement with one of said trames.

2. ln a door of the class described, a core Ylli-ame, an edging trame, the said trames each comprising members having interlocking parts for holding the same assembled to form the respective trame, and certain o't the members or" the two trames having interlocking parts 'for holding the trames mutuallj,7 assembled, and panels extending over the opposite sides of the assembled trames and having interlocking connection with the edging traine.

ln a door ot the class described, a core frame, an edging Yframe, the edging iti-aine being assembled abouty the core trame. the said frames each comprising members having interlocking parts for holding the same assembled to torni the respective traine, and corresponding members of the two frames having mutuallvv interlocking parts tor holding the trames mutually assembled. and panels extending over the opposite sides ot the assembled frames and having interlocking engagement with the members oE the edging trame.

yl. ln a door ot the class described, a core traine comprisine` 'trame members having interlocking parts ror holding` the membersl assembled to 'torni the said it'rame, an edging frame including members corresponding to the members ot' the core 'traine and assembled about the core i'rame, corresponding members ot the core and edging trames having intertitting rib and groove connection with each other whereby to maintain the trames mutuall)v assen'ibled, and panels extendingl over the opposite sides ot the assembled trames, and having marginal interlocking engagement with the memb rs oit the edging traine.

ln a door ol the class described, a core irame, an edging trame, the said trames each comprising members having interlocking parts for holding the saine assembled to l'orm the respective trame, and certain ot the members ot the two trames having interlocking parts ior holding` the trames mutualliy assembled, the members ot the edging irame having grooves in their inner sides extending parallel to their outer faces, and panels extending over the opposite sides o the assembled iframes and etl multiply construction and having projecting edge portions: of one ptyY litting into interlocking en gagement in the said grooves ot the edging trame wherebyv to mutually interlock the panels and the meinl ers ot the edging trame.

t3. In a door or the class described, a core trame, an edging frame, the said frames each comprising members having interlocking parts for holdingl the same assembled to torni the respective trame, the edging trame being assembled about the core trame, certain ot' the members of the two frames having interlocking parts tor holding the frames mutually assembled, the members ot the core frame being of a width less than the corresponding` members ot the edging frame. the members ot the edging trame being provided in their inner sides with longitudii'ialiy extending grooves, the grooves being located in the portions o'l the members ot' the edging 'trame which project bevond the side laces of the corresponding members ot the core iframe` and a n'iultiply panel extending over each side ot the assembled frame structure. each panel having its outermost plv provided with projei'ftino marginal portions extending over the outer taces of the members of the edging traine and another ot the plies ot the panel having projecting marginal portions seating in the grooves in the meinw bers of the said edging trame.

't'. ln, a door of the class described. a core trame comprising stiles and top and bottom rails the stiles having dovetail grooves in their inner and outer sides. the said rails having grooves in their upper and ander sides res ectively and being rovided at their ends wit i tenons fitting in t e grooves in the inner sides of the stiles, whereby the members of the core frame are mutually interlocked and held in assembled relation, an edging frame surrounding the core frame and com- 'prisingY stiles having dovetail ribs upon their inner sides interfitting in the dovetail grooves in the outer sides of the Stiles of the core frame, the said edging frame further comprising upper and lower railsv provided. upon their upper and under Sides respectively With dovetail ribs having interfitting engagement in the grooves in the upper and under sides of the top and bottom rails of the core frame, the ends of the rails of the edging frame being provided with dovetail notches to accommodate the respective ends of the dovetail ribs of the Stiles of said edging frame, and panels extending over the opposite sides of the assembled frames.

8. In a door of the class described, a core frame comprising Stiles and top and bottom rails, the Stiles having dovetail grooves in their inner and outer sides, the said rails having grooves in their upper and under sides respectively and being provided at their ends with tenons fitting in the grooves in the inner sides of the Stiles, whereby the members of the core frame are mutually interlocked and held in assembled relation, an edging frame Surrounding the core frame and comprising Stiles having dovetail ribs upon their inner sides intertitting in the dovetail grooves in the outer sides of` the Stiles of the core frame, the said edging frame further comprising upper and lower rails provided upon their upper and under sides respectively with dovetail ribs having interftting engagement in the grooves in the upper and under sides of the top and bottom rails of the core frame, the ends of the rails of the edging frame being provided with dovetail notches to accommodate the respective ends of the dovetail ribs of the Stiles of said edging frame, and panels extending over the opposite sides of the assembled frames, the Stiles and rails of the edgingframe having longitudinally eX- tending grooves in their inner sides, and said panels being of multiply structure and having projecting marginal ply portions having interfitting engagement in said grooves.

9. In a door of .the class described, a core frame comprising Stiles and top and bottom rails, the Stiles having dovetail grooves in their inner and outer sides, the said rails having grooves inl their upper and under Sides respectively and being provided at their ends with tenons fitting in the grooves in the inner sides of the Stiles, whereby the members of the core frame are mutually interlocked and held in assembled relation, an edging frame surrounding the core frame and comprising the stiles having dovetail ribs upon their inner sides intel-fitting in the dovetail grooves in the outer sides of the Stiles of the core frame, the said edging frame further comprising upper and lower rails provided upon their upper and under sides respectively with dovetail ribs having interfitting engagement in. the grooves in the upper and under sides ol the top and bottom rails of the core frame, the ends oi the rails of the edging frame being provided With dovetail notches to accommodate the respective ends of the dovetail ribs of the stiles of said edging frame, and panels extending over the opposite sides of the assembled frames, the Stiles and rails of the edging frame having longitudinally eX- tending grooves in their inner Sides, and said panels being of multiply structure and having projecting marginal ply portions having intertting engagement in said grooves, each panel having projecting marginal portions f its outermost ply extendin over the outer faces ofthe Stiles and rai s of the edging frame at the corresponding side of the frame" structure.

l0. In a door of `the class described, a core frame, an edging frame, the said frames each comprising members having interlocking parts for holding the same as- Sembled to form the respective frame, certain of the members of the tWo frames hav ing interlocking parts for holding the frames mutually assembled, the members of the edging frame being provided in their inner sides with longitudinally extending grooves, the members of the core frame being of less width than the corresponding members of the edging frame and said grooves in the members of the edging frame being located in planes beside the faces of the members of the core frame, opposite ones of the members of the edging frame having projecting tongues located in the planes of the grooves, andpanels extending over the opposite sides of the assembled frames, the panels being of multiply form, the margins of the outer pliesextending over the outer faces of the members of the edging frame andthe margins of an inner one of the lies of each panel fitting in the grooves in t e members of the edging frame, the said lugs at the said ends of the said opposite members of the edging frame constituting eontinuations of the opposite marginal portions of the last mentioned plies ofthe panels.

1l. In a door of the class described, a core frame comprising Stiles and top, intermediate and bottom rails, the Stiles having dovetail grooves in their inner and outer sides, the top and bottom rails having grooves in their upper and under sides respectively and all of the rails being provided at their ends with tenons fitting in having grooves in the upper und under sides of the top and bottom rails of the core frame, the ends of the rails ol the edging frame heiligl provided with dovetuil notches to aeeonimodate the respective ends of the dovetuil ribs of the stiles of said edging traine. and panels extending over the opposite sides of the assembled frames.

In testimony whereoi I uflix my signuture.

FRANK VICTOR.

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