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US3304141A
US3304141A US430428A US43042865A US3304141A US 3304141 A US3304141 A US 3304141A US 430428 A US430428 A US 430428A US 43042865 A US43042865 A US 43042865A US 3304141 A US3304141 A US 3304141A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47FSPECIAL FURNITURE, FITTINGS, OR ACCESSORIES FOR SHOPS, STOREHOUSES, BARS, RESTAURANTS OR THE LIKE; PAYING COUNTERS
    • A47F7/00Show stands, hangers, or shelves, adapted for particular articles or materials
    • A47F7/16Show stands, hangers, or shelves, adapted for particular articles or materials for carpets; for wallpaper; for textile materials
    • A47F7/17Show stands, hangers, or shelves, adapted for particular articles or materials for carpets; for wallpaper; for textile materials in rolls or rolled tapes
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47FSPECIAL FURNITURE, FITTINGS, OR ACCESSORIES FOR SHOPS, STOREHOUSES, BARS, RESTAURANTS OR THE LIKE; PAYING COUNTERS
    • A47F1/00Racks for dispensing merchandise; Containers for dispensing merchandise
    • A47F1/04Racks or containers with arrangements for dispensing articles, e.g. by means of gravity or springs
    • A47F1/12Racks or containers with arrangements for dispensing articles, e.g. by means of gravity or springs dispensing from the side of an approximately horizontal stack

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K. ROGERS ROLLER RACK Feb. 14, 1967 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 Filed Feb. 4, 1965 Feb. 14, 1967 K. ROGERS 4 ROLLER RACK Filed Feb. 4, 1965 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 Kenneth Rogers INVEN'I'OK um young; 15%

United States Patent Ofiiice 3,364,141 Patented Feb. 14, 1967 3,304,141 ROLLER RACK Kenneth Rogers, 312 Yosemite St, Roseville, Calif. 95678 Filed Feb. 4, 1965, Ser. No. 430,428 Claims. (Cl. 312-45) This invention relates to a roller rack for displaying and vending hair rollers and the like.

The primary object of this invention is to provide a cabinet or case for storing hair rollers therein whereby the hair rollers thus stored will be vended from the cabinet or case to a front position thereof where the rollers may easily be picked up by a beauty operator to thereby be used. Hair rollers are made in many different sizes and lengths, and this device is intended to segregate said rollers into size categories whereby rollers of different sizes are easily accessible and may easily be obtained by an operator who desires a particular roller in the performance of his duties.

Another object of this invention is to provide a cabinet for storing hair rollers according to the size thereof which is formed with a plurality of inclined shelves therein so that the rollers stored in the cabinet will gravitate to the front thereof for easy access.

It is a further object of this invention to provide a device for vending and storing hair rollers which is large enough to suit a beauty operators purpose for an entire days work.

A still further object of this invention is to provide a cabinet, for storing and dispensing hair rollers of different sizes and lengths and having different purposes of use, which will vend the rollers to an easy accessible position whereby an operator may easily obtain the rollers which he needs for a particular operation thereby saving the operators time in obtaining the rollers.

Yet another object of this invention is to provide a cabinet for storing and dispensing hair rollers, whereby the roilers stored therein may be orderly arranged.

Still another object of this invention is to provide a tray mounted beneath the cabinet which stores clean and sterilized hair rollers as set forth in the preceding objects, the tray being adapted for storing used and soiled hair rollers therein to thereby separate the soiled hair rollers from the clean hair rollers. State and local laws often require that soiled hair rollers not be used in the operation of setting hair without having been first sterilized and cleaned. To comply with this law, the soiled hair rollers in many states must be placed in a separate location from the clean hair rollers whereby a state inspector can see that the law is being complied with. This invention provides such a means by providing the separate tray.

Another important object of this invention is to provide a cabinet for storing and dispensing hair rollers for easy access thereof to beauty operators, which may be installed on a supporting stand having rollers thereon so that the stand together with the cabinet may be moved easily from place to place in a beauty shop.

Another feature of this invention is to provide a cabinet for storing and dispensing hair rollers which has attachments thereon for retaining therein hair pins, clips, hair set formula, combs, brushes, and the like.

Another object of this invention is to provide a cabinet for storing and dispensing hair rollers which comprise a series of inclined shelves for gravitating the hair rollers stored therein to a forward position for easy access and a detent means on said inclined shelves for retaining the rollers in the forward position of easy access and a longitudinally extending groove in said detent means for providing a means whereby the rollers may be easily grasped by the fingers of an operator to allow the operator to easily remove the rollers from the dispensing device.

These together with other objects and advantages which will become subsequently apparent reside in the details of construction and operation as more fully hereinafter described and claimed, reference being had to the accompanying drawings forming a part hereof, wherein like numerals refer to like parts throughout, and in which:

FIGURE 1 is a perspective view of the roller rack of this invention mounted on a stand and having a roller discard tray mounted thereon for retaining soiled rollers therein;

FIGURE 2 is a cross-sectional view of the roller rack of FIGURE 1 taken substantially along section line 22 of FIGURE 1;

FIGURE 3 is a sectional view of the roller rack taken substantially along section line 33 of FIGURE 2;

been used in the hair dressing operation.

FIGURE 4 is a fragmentary perspective view of the roller rack of this invention, showing the upturned detent means at the end of the inclined shelves and which facilitates the removal of the rollers from the cabinet; and

FIGURE 5 is a perspective view of an embodiment of this invention showing a portable case for storing hair rollers and hair accessories therein in accordance with this invention.

Referring now to the drawings in detail, a roller rack 10 is shown in FIGURE 1 having a plurality of inclined shelves 12 mounted betwen two side walls 14, and a top 16 mounted to and extending between the top edges of the side walls. Detents or retainers 18 are provided on the ends of the inclined shelves 12 to retain the rollers 20 in a dispensing position in the roller rack. The detents 18 are formed by upturned arcuate ends on the inclined shelves, and a groove or notch 22 is cut back in the detents 18 to provide a means whereby a beauty operator may easily remove the rollers from the roller rack. On one side wall 14 of the roller rack, or cabinet for storing hair rollers therein, a retaining means 24 is provided which has a plurality of cylindrical retainers or sleeves 26 thereon for receiving spray bombs or pressurized containers therein. A receptacle 28 is mounted on the other side wall of the cabinet 10 for storing pins, combs and other hair accessories therein.

The roller rack 10 is mounted to a support standard 30 by means of a supporting plate 32 affixed to the bottom shelf 34 of the roller rack and having an opening 33 therein for the reception of the upper end of the standard 30. A drawer 36 for storing accessories therein is slidably mounted on the bottom shelf 34 of the roller rack by guide angles 38 afiixed to the bottom shelf 34 of the roller rack and which slidably receive the outturned edges of the drawer 36. The tubular support standard 30 telescopes into a tubular base 40 and the support standard 30 has a crimp 42 on the extemal periphery thereof which prevents the support standard 30 from telescoping into the base 40' beyond the crimp. A plate 44 has an opening 45 therein which receives the base 40 therethrough, this plate 44 being welded to the base 40 by conventional welds and being spaced from the top of the base 40 a distance to accommodate a roller disposal tray 46 for receiving soiled rollers which have The tray 46 has an aperture 47 axially centrally thereof and a cylindrical flange 48 extends upwardly from the bottom 50 of the tray 46 to provide a sleeve in the center of the tray 46 which can be slipped over the base 40 to mount the 3 rolling the roller rack 10 supporting standard 30 and base 40 about the shop.

The shelves 12 in the roller rack are mounted in spaced vertical distances apart from each other and are inclined along parallel planes to provide a series of shelves which will accommodate the rollers. The shelves 12 are divided laterally by a series of end walls or partitions 54 spaced laterally along the supporting shelves, and parallel one with the other, and parallel with the side walls .14 of the roller rack to provide each shelf with a plurality of laterally spaced compartments for accommodating rollers therein. The lateral spacing of the end walls 54 one from the other may'be varied to accommodate a specific size, and specific lengths rollers. In the preferred embodiment of the roller rack illustrated in FIGURES 1 through 4 the end walls 54 disposed laterally along the lower shelves are equally spaced apart to accommodate substantially similar sized rollers therein, while the end walls 54 disposed along the top shelf are spaced a distance apart variable from the spacing of the lower shelves to accommodate rollers therein of a smaller size than the rollers accommodated by the bottom shelves. It is to be understood, however, that the spacing of the parallel shelves 12 in the roller rack may be varied, and the spacing of the end walls 54 disposed laterally along the shelves may also be varied to accommodate rollers of different sizes and lengths.

A second embodiment of this invention is illustrated in FIGURE wherein a portable case 56 is provided with side walls 58, a front wall 60, a top 62, and a conventional back and bottom to form the case in the shape illustrated. Shelves 64 are mounted in the carrying case 56 between the side walls 58 there-0f and are inclined downwardly towards the front thereof, whereby the roll ers placed therein will gravitate to the front of the case when the case is disposed on a fiat substantially horizontal surface. The shelves 64 have upturned detents or ends 66 extending upwardly in an arcuate upturned manner at the front end of the shelves 64, to retain rollers which have gravitated down on the shelves 64 to a front dispensable position. The detents 66 have recesses or notches 63 therein which recesses are out back into the shelves 64 to facilitate the withdrawal of the rollers gravitated to a dispensing position in the roller rack. The shelves 64 are partitioned laterally thereof by end walls 70 which are disposed along the lateral surface of the shelves 64 to provide lateral compartments for retaining rollers of various sizes therein. The arrangement of the shelves 64, detents 66, recesses 68, and end walls 70 in the portable case 56 are substantially the same in construction as the corresponding shelves, end walls, etc. in the roller rack, or roller cabinet of FIGURE 1. The front wall 60 of the carrying case 56 extends vertically from the bottom of the case for a small distance and is disposed below the lowermost shelf 64 in the roller rack carrying case. The front wall 60- is connected to a front door, or lid 72 by a hinge arrangement 74 which allows the lid or door 72 to pivot about the hinge outwardly from the interior of the carrying case, and to pivot inwardly toward the carrying case to an inclined position where the lid 72 is supported by the front edges of the side walls 58, which edges are inclined downwardly and forwardly from the top 62 of the carrying case to the front wall 60 thereof. The top 62 is constructed with the forward edge thereof spaced inwardly from the vertical plane of the front wall with the inclined front edges of the side walls 58 interconnecting the top of the front wall and the front edge of the top. A U-shaped keeper 76 is provided on the top 62 of the carrying case to accommodate a latch 78 on the lid 72. The latch 78 protrudes outwardly and away from the lid 72 and has a hole 80 therein for receiving a finger for manipulating the lid in a pivotable movement about the hinge 74. A handle 82 is mounted on the top 62 of the carrying case 56, whereby the handle 82 may be grasped to carry the carrying case about. A door 84 is mounted in one side of the carrying case 56 and has hinges 86 thereon mounted to the door, and to the side of the carrying case, whereby the door may be pivoted about the hinges from a closed position flush with the side 58 to a position outwardly thereof to allow access to the bottom inside of the carrying case. The lowermost shelf 64 in the carrying case is spaced from the bottom of the carrying case a distance sulfioient to provide a compartment in the bottom of the carrying case for storing hair dressing accessories therein. This compartment is defined by the lowermost shelf 64, the front so, back, bottom, and sides 7 58 of the carrying case, and one end of the compartment the top of the door 84 in latching engagement wvith the keeper 83. The latch 90 may be provided with a lock operable by a key, whereby the door 84 may be locked shut to secure the articles placed therein. FIGURE 5 illustrates a hair spray bomb 92 and a drawer 94 disposed in the compartment. The walls of the carrying case 56 are illustrated as being transparent, and are preferably made from glass or plastic, however, the carrying case may be made from any suitable material.

The roller rack of this invention may be loaded with hair rollers by placing the roller rack on a surface so that the shelves 12 thereof are substantially horizontal. The shelves are loaded with the rollers to be used by placing the rollers therein and forcing the rearmost roller back into the compartment. When the roller rack has been so loaded, the roller track may be mounted on the standard 30 by means of the plate 32 which has a central aperture therein for receiving the standard 30. The tray 46 is mounted on the base 46' by telescoping the cylindrical retaining flange 48 over the end of the base 40, whereby the bottom 50 of the rack rests on the supporting plate 44 mounted on the base 40L Then the support standard 30 is telescoped into the base 44] as is illustrated in FIGURE 2, and the support standard 30 will be rotatably supported on the base 40 by the crimp bead 42. The aperture 33 in the plate 32 for mounting the roller rack on the support standard 30 has an access disposed at an acute angle to the bottom shelf 34 of the roller rack, whereby the roller rack will be mounted with the shelves 12 in planes inclined forwardly of the roller rack. The front end of the shelves 12 are stepped back one from the other from the bottom to the top thereof, whereby the shelves retain rollers in a dispensing position at the front ends thereof which are spaced back from the rollers which are disposed in a dispensing position in the shelf immediately under them. The sides 14 of the roller rack have edges 15 thereon which are inclined downwardly and forwardly from the top of the roller rack to the bottom thereof. These inclined edges are commensurate with the incline along which the shelves 12 are stepped back one from the other from the bottom of the rack to the top of the rack. The top 16' of the roller rack is spaced back from the top front corner 17 of the sides 14 a suflicient distance to display the rollers in the topmost shelf 12, and to allow easy access of the rollers in the topmost shelf.

The carrying case roller rack 56 illustrated in FIGURE 5 may be used by placing the flat bottom of the carrying case on a substantially horizontal surface, and rotating the lid 72 thereof to an open position. The shelves 64 in the carrying case are mounted in a forwardly inclined position in the carrying case so that the rollers placed therein will be dispensed to a dispensing position when the carrying case is placed on a horizontal surface. The shelves 64 are'stepped back one from the other at the front edges thereof to allow easy and convenient access of the front rollers along each shelf in. a dispensing position, and when the lid 72 of the carrying case is open,

the rollers mounted therein are readily accessible for use.

The foregoing is considered as illustrative only of the principles of the invention. Further, since numerous modifications and changes will readily occur to those skilled in the art, it is not desired to limit the invention to the exact construction and operation shown and described, and accordingly all suitable modifications and equivalents may be resorted to, falling within the scope of the invention as claimed.

What is claimed as new is as follows:

1. A cabinet for vending hair rollers or the like, including a series of inclined supporting shelves for the rollers to be dispensed, said supporting shelves having a forward edge below a rear edge so that rollers placed on said shelves will be gravitated toward said forward edge to a dispensing position, upwardly curved detents on said forward edge for retaining said rollers in a dispensing position when said rollersare so gravitated, a stand for said cabinet, said cabinet being secured to said stand in an inclined manner so that said shelves are inclined for vending rollers positioned therein, a tray on said stand for receiving used rollers, a retaining means on one side of said cabinet and a receptacle secured to the other side of said cabinet for containing accessories therein.

2. The device of claim '1 wherein said stand comprises an elongated tubular member engaged centrally with the lowermost supporting shelf and depending vertically therefrom.

3. The device of claim 2 wherein said tray is positioned in vertically spaced relation below said cabinet, said tray surrounding the tubular member and projecting radially outward therefrom completely thereabout.

4. The device of claim 1 including a drawer, and means mounting said drawer on said cabinet in depending relationship below the rear portion thereof for lateral sliding movement between a first position retracted beneath said cabinet and a second position extending outwardly therebeyond.

5. A cabinet for dispensing hair rollers or the like, including a plurality of vertically related supporting shelves for the rollers to be dispensed, a vertically elongated support standard, said cabinet being secured to the upper end of said standard at an inclination to the vertical so as to incline the supporting shelves downwardly toward one end thereof, said one end of each of the shelves terminating in an upward projection constituting a limit for the retained rollers, the inclination of the shelves resulting in a gravitation of received rollers toward said one end for selective removal therefrom, and a tray fixed tosaid standard in spaced relation vertically below said cabinet, said tray projecting laterally outward from said standard and opening upwardly.

References Cited by the Examiner UNITED STATES PATENTS D. 49,875 11/1916 Aulicino et a1 21149 X 995,962 6/ 1911 Grimm 23517 1,291,420 1/1919 Cough 221131 1,458,953 6/ 1923 Robeson 211--49 2,000,920 5/ 1935 Campbell 312254 2,124,250 7/1938 Hoag 3489 2,943,742 7/1960 Colley 211-49 3,019,907 2/ 1962 Belejack 211--49 3,050,356 8/1962 Messmer 312201 CLAUDE A. LE ROY, Primary Examiner.

W. D. LOULAN, Assistant Examiner.

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1. A CABINET FOR VENDING HAIR ROLLERS OR THE LIKE, INCLUDING A SERIES OF INCLINED SUPPORTING SHELVES FOR THE ROLLERS TO BE DISPENSED, SAID SUPPORTING SHELVES HAVING A FORWARD EDGE BELOW A REAR EDGE SO THAT ROLLERS PLACED ON SAID SHELVES WILL BE GRAVITATED TOWARD SAID FORWARD EDGE TO A DISPENSING POSITION, UPWARDLY CURVED DETENTS ON SAID FORWARD EDGE FOR RETAINING SAID ROLLERS IN A DISPENSING POSITION WHEN SAID ROLLERS ARE SOL GRAVITATED, A STAND FOR SAID CABINET, SAID CABINET BEING SECURED TO SAID STAND IN AN INCLINED MANNER SO THAT SAID SHELVES ARE INCLINED FOR VENDING ROLLERS POSITIONED THEREIN, A TRAY ON SAID STAND FOR RECEIVING USED ROLLERS, A RETAINING MEANS ON ONE SIDE OF SAID CABINET AND A RECEPTACLE SECURED TO THE OTHER SIDE OF SAID CABINET FOR CONTAINING ACCESSORIES THEREIN.
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