US2421189A - Supporting frame for fabricating material - Google Patents

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US2421189A
US2421189A US598288A US59828845A US2421189A US 2421189 A US2421189 A US 2421189A US 598288 A US598288 A US 598288A US 59828845 A US59828845 A US 59828845A US 2421189 A US2421189 A US 2421189A
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May 27,1947. DILLON 2,421,189

SUPPORTING FRAME FOR FABRICATING MATERIAL Filed June 8, 1945 2 Sheets-Sheet l May 27, 1947. H. R. DILLON SUPPORTING FRAME FOR FABRICATING MATERIAL Filed June 8, 1945 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 [III-Hid Patented May 27, 1947 SUPPORTING FRAME FOR FABRICATING MATERIAL Harry Robertson Dillon, Niagara Falls, N. Y.

Application June 8, 1945, Serial No. 598,288

2 Claims.

This invention relates to an apparatus for the fabricating of warp and Weft materials.

One of the objects of this invention is the provision of a table adapted to accommodate a plurality of interlocked links to form warp strands, and a plurality of interlocked links to form weft strands.

Another object of this invention is the provision of a table for the fabrication of warp and weft materials so interlocked as to retard ravelmg.

Other objects and features will more fully appear from the following description and accompanying drawings, in which: Fig. 1 is a vertical perspective of the table; Fig. 2 an enlarged sectional top plan view of the table showing warp and weft material thereon; Fig. 3 a sectional View taken along lines 3-3 of Fig. 2; Fig. 4 an enlarged sectional View of a portion of the table with a link secured thereto; and Fig. 5 a sectional top plan view of the fabricated material.

Referring to the drawings a table I consists of a top comprising a rectangular plane 2 to which are secured legs 3, provided with adjustable supports 3'. Secured to the top of said legs is a U- shaped frame 4 consisting of an end 5 and sides 6--l.

Upon the top edge of side 5 of frame 4 are disposed, in equi-spaced relation, a plurality of pegs 8, and side i is likewise provided with pegs 9 disposed in similar fashion as those on side 6. End 5 is also provided with pegs ID disposed in similar fashion as those on sides 6l, all of which are clearly illustrated in Figs. 1 and 2.

The table as hereinbefore described is used in the fabricating of materials and particularly links known in the art as looper links.

Referring to Figs. 2 and 3, the links are fabricated as follows: a link H is folded upon itself to form arms I2-l3. A bight portion 54 is at one end of the arms while an eyelet I 5 is at the opposite end of said arms. Bight portion is of link i i is disposed upon one of the pegs 9 nearest end 5. It will be noted that the bight of link II is at substantial right angles to the eyelet which is substantially perpendicular to table top 2.

A link HE is likewise folded upon itself and its bight portion is disposed in eyelet iii of link H, and similar links are likewise joined to form a chain or warp member ll, except the last link which has its eyelet normally perpendicular to the table top but Which eyelet has to be turned so that it is parallel with said top and then it is secured to one of the pegs 8 nearest end 5, as shown in Fig. 2. Warp members I8, I9, 20 and 2! are likewise formed of links and fabricated in similar fashion as that of warp member l'l.

Weft members 22 also are fabricated in similar fashion as the warp members. For instance, link 23 has its bight portion anchored about one of the pegs l0 nearest side 1 and the arms of its adjoining link [6 pass between the arms of link It in warp member I! (see Fig. 3). It is therefore ob vious that the arms of the links in every other one of the weft members pass, in alternative fashion, inside and outside of the arms of their respective engaging links in the warp members, while the arms of the links in the other weft members pass, in alternative fashion, outside and inside of the arms of their respective engaging links" in the Warp members, thereby forming a plurality of interlocked links, as clearly illustrated in Fig. 2.

The size of the material to be fabricated is, of course, dependent upon the number of pegs to be used and it is to be understood that the frame may be made of any desired size.

The top is provided for use by an operative who generally sits facing the end 5 of the frame, and uses the top for storing the looper links.

When the material is fabricated upon the frame the links anchored about the pegs are interlaced together in series fashion to form the edge; as is well known in the art.

Havin described this claimed is:

1. In a supporting frame for fabricating material, the combination of spaced upright supporting legs, a U-shaped frame consisting of a forward end and two sides surmounting the upper extremities of the legs, a top comprising a plane secured to said legs in a horizontal position below the said frame, and providing a suitable space for the hands and arms of an operative located in the area facing the forward end of said frame between the two sides thereof; both the top and frame located at an appreciable distance above the lower or free extremities of the legs which are adapted to be placed upon the floor or other supporting medium, and a plurality of pegs disposed upon the upper edge of said U-shaped frame and being spaced in uniform fashion.

invention, what is 2. In a device of the character described in claim 1, the free extremities of said legs being respectively provided with supports disposed thereon for purpose of adjustment relative the supporting medium.

HARRY ROBERTSON DILLON.

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US2795031A (en) * 1954-07-28 1957-06-11 George D Gierling Lacing frame and method

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US254258A (en) * 1882-02-28 Desk for making macreme
US371468A (en) * 1887-10-11 Carpet-weaver
US556752A (en) * 1896-03-24 Mary p
GB190204575A (en) * 1902-02-24 1902-06-12 Ferdinand Witte Loom for Weaving Gobelins and other Art-textures.
US1424458A (en) * 1921-03-15 1922-08-01 Horace T Fleisher Utilization of hosiery mill waste
US1427769A (en) * 1920-07-30 1922-09-05 Henry S Sampliner Weaving frame
US1679738A (en) * 1927-03-19 1928-08-07 Origone Louis Fabric made of scrap felt or other pliant material
US1994659A (en) * 1932-06-20 1935-03-19 Maria De Lourdes Villela De Ma Carpet made of the clippings of a knitted texture
US2186692A (en) * 1939-02-18 1940-01-09 Maxwell J Boyer Method of and apparatus for hand weaving
US2273446A (en) * 1940-08-02 1942-02-17 G H Specialty Company Rug weaving frame

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US254288A (en) * 1882-02-28 Desk for making macreme lace
US254258A (en) * 1882-02-28 Desk for making macreme
US371468A (en) * 1887-10-11 Carpet-weaver
US556752A (en) * 1896-03-24 Mary p
GB190204575A (en) * 1902-02-24 1902-06-12 Ferdinand Witte Loom for Weaving Gobelins and other Art-textures.
US1427769A (en) * 1920-07-30 1922-09-05 Henry S Sampliner Weaving frame
US1424458A (en) * 1921-03-15 1922-08-01 Horace T Fleisher Utilization of hosiery mill waste
US1679738A (en) * 1927-03-19 1928-08-07 Origone Louis Fabric made of scrap felt or other pliant material
US1994659A (en) * 1932-06-20 1935-03-19 Maria De Lourdes Villela De Ma Carpet made of the clippings of a knitted texture
US2186692A (en) * 1939-02-18 1940-01-09 Maxwell J Boyer Method of and apparatus for hand weaving
US2273446A (en) * 1940-08-02 1942-02-17 G H Specialty Company Rug weaving frame

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2795031A (en) * 1954-07-28 1957-06-11 George D Gierling Lacing frame and method

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