US1771063A - Awning-operating mechanism - Google Patents

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US1771063A
US1771063A US112371A US11237126A US1771063A US 1771063 A US1771063 A US 1771063A US 112371 A US112371 A US 112371A US 11237126 A US11237126 A US 11237126A US 1771063 A US1771063 A US 1771063A
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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
    • E06B9/00Screening or protective devices for wall or similar openings, with or without operating or securing mechanisms; Closures of similar construction
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y 1930- M. ROSENTRETER El AL 7 1,771,063
AWNING OPERATING MECHANISM Filed May 28, 1926 Patented July 22, 1930 UNITED STATES MEYER ROSENTRETER, OF UNIVERSITY CITY, AND JOHN HUBER, OF ST. LOUIS, 1118- PATENT oFF1cE SOURI, ASSIGNORS TO JACOB RUBIN, OF ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI AWNING-OPERATING MECHANISM Application filed m 28,
The present invention relates to a device which eliminates binding, dragging, or jamming of the various members of awning op-' erating mechanisms and simplifies the making and operating of same.
The presentv invention embodies in the general framework of the awning operating mechanisms a certain series of bars, rods, or links, which serve to keep the various moving parts in more perfect alignment with respect to each other when said parts are moved or shifted. I
In the accompanying drawing, there is shown for purposes of illustrating the invention, one of the many possible embodiments of the series of bars, rods, or links, for carrying out the purposes of this invention.
7 Fig. l is an isometric view of an assembled awning embodying the invention.
Fig. 2 is an enlarged view of a sectional View of the sliding break rod inclosed in cloth pocket F, which is made by sewing a section of awning cloth or other material to either the right or wrong side of awning cloth at the proper place for break rod G, depending on size of awning. This break rod G is placed in this pocket and forms part of awning. This break rod G can also be riveted or otherwise fastened to cloth at this point.
In Fig; 1, K is the awning fabric attached to and rolled onto a typical or standard spring awning, roller A, said roller being supported at each end by typical or standard roller brackets B (and its companion piece on the left of the drawing) r The assembled movable mechanism of bars, rods or links H and J (and their companion pieces on the left of the drawing) are connected or fastened to each other at their junction points by means of screws or by bolts and cotter pins in place of screws, suf ficient play or looseness in the joints permitting the members fitting into the" joints to rotate easily about the axis formed by the cotterpins, bolts or screws. The assembled movable mechanism is longitudinally slidable along the main rigid support rods E (and its companion piece on the left of the drawing).
The main rigid support rods are fastened 1926. Serial No. 112,371.
to the window or door frame by means of rod as possible, the tension of the spring roller Winds up the awning fabric,at the same time the movable break rod G, inclosedin the pocket F, or otherwise fastened to cloth, is wound around the roller with the awning cloth, and holds the slidable mechanism at the topmost position and likewise holds the 7 member J folded closely against the main rigid supports E (and its companion member on the left of the drawing).
By pulling on the operating tape or cord L, the awning fabric is unrolled and the slidable mechanism moves downward by virtue of its own weight. When the slidable mechanism is lowered until aw slide H rests upon the stop or offset portion I of the main rigid support rod E, further release of the awning fabric permits member J to fall outward and away from member E (and its companion piece on the left of the drawing). As member J swings outward, that portion of the awning fabric above the break rod G is held inits approximate original plane by member F, while that portion of the awning below member G assumes an angle governed by the outward swinging movement of the member J.
We claim:
In an awning operating mechanism, a pair of vertically disposed guide rods, a slidable element mounted on each of said rods, a yoke swingably secured at its ends torespective slidableelements, a roller, an awning material length secured at one end to said roller and at its opposite'end to said yoke; and a break rod carried by said awning material length having its ends extended beyond the side edges of the awning material and curved partially around the respective guide rods, for preventing lateral displacement of said break rod When the break rod is in operative position.
MEYER ROSENTRETER. JOHN HUBER.
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US20120180957A1 (en) * 2011-01-17 2012-07-19 Alexander Svirsky Adjustable All-Season Window Awning/Light Shelf and Operating Mechanism Therefor

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