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  • the present invention relates to the manner of securing the bristles constituting the brush to and in their holder, and for this purpose it consists in using for each bunch or cluster of bristles a metallic cap, having a series of elongated prongs, sharpened orfpointed at their outer ends, by means of which cap, after the bristles have been properly inserted or placed in it, they can be driven into and secured in the socket of the holder, whereby they are made to assume or are brought to the proper and desired bunch shape, as will be obvious from the following detailed description of the same, reference beinghad to the accompanying plate of drawings, in whichs Figure 1 is an end View of the holder or block of a brush, with itbrokcn out at one part to show the prongeap or mode of fastening a bunch or cluster of bristles therein.
  • Figure 2 a view '0? the cap, with its prongs spread out; and Figure 3, a view of the same, in shape for receiving the bristles, which are shown by red lines as placed therein.
  • A in the drawings, represents the holder or blocknf the brush in sockets B, of which the bristles are to be secured in bunches or clusters 0, of uniform size and shape, or nearly so;
  • D the metallic caps used, having a series of elongated prongs, E, sharpened of pointed at their outer ends, with spaces F between the several prongs.
  • the bristles are laid, passing through the spaces between the prongs, across from one side to the other, and so as to project from the same equally or nearly so.
  • the metallic cap provided with bristles, as above described, for a representation of which more particularly see tigv 3 of the drawings, is then placed by the sharpened end of its prongs into one of the sockets of the holder, when, driving the same through such socket and into the inner closed end of the same.
  • bristles are thereby firmly secured to the holder or block, and also at the same time are made to assume or are brought to the desired or properbunch or cluster form, as shown in fig. 1 of the drawings.
  • prongs of the metallic cap should spread or open out from each other as they are driven into the holder or block of the brush, as has been above explained, it is only necessary to bend or curve the outer ends of the prongs sufficiently to cause them to spread as they first enter the wood; but we wish it to be here understood that we do not intend to limit our to any one particular size, shape, or length of prongs to the cap, nor to any one particular number of the same.

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WILKINS & ROGERS.
Making Brushes.
Patented Feb. 26, 1867.
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M. P. WILKINS AND CHARLES 1). ROGERS, JERSEY QITY, NEW JERSEY,
Letters Patent No. 62,460, dated February 26, 1867.
IMPROVEMENT IN THE MANUFACTURE OF BRUSHES.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Be it known that we, M. P. WILKINS and O. D. ROGERS, of Jersey Oity,*in the county of Hudson, and State of New Jersey, have invented a new and useful Improvement in the Manufacture of'Brushesf and we do hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description thereof, which will enable others skilled in the art to make and use the same, reference beinghad to the accompanying drawihgs, forming part-oi this specification.
The present invention relates to the manner of securing the bristles constituting the brush to and in their holder, and for this purpose it consists in using for each bunch or cluster of bristles a metallic cap, having a series of elongated prongs, sharpened orfpointed at their outer ends, by means of which cap, after the bristles have been properly inserted or placed in it, they can be driven into and secured in the socket of the holder, whereby they are made to assume or are brought to the proper and desired bunch shape, as will be obvious from the following detailed description of the same, reference beinghad to the accompanying plate of drawings, in whichs Figure 1 is an end View of the holder or block of a brush, with itbrokcn out at one part to show the prongeap or mode of fastening a bunch or cluster of bristles therein.
Figure 2, a view '0? the cap, with its prongs spread out; and Figure 3, a view of the same, in shape for receiving the bristles, which are shown by red lines as placed therein.
Similar letters of reference indicate like parts.
A, in the drawings, represents the holder or blocknf the brush in sockets B, of which the bristles are to be secured in bunches or clusters 0, of uniform size and shape, or nearly so; D, the metallic caps used, having a series of elongated prongs, E, sharpened of pointed at their outer ends, with spaces F between the several prongs. Between the prongs E, under the head portion, G, of the metallic cap D, the bristles are laid, passing through the spaces between the prongs, across from one side to the other, and so as to project from the same equally or nearly so. The metallic cap, provided with bristles, as above described, for a representation of which more particularly see tigv 3 of the drawings, is then placed by the sharpened end of its prongs into one of the sockets of the holder, when, driving the same through such socket and into the inner closed end of the same. such bristles are thereby firmly secured to the holder or block, and also at the same time are made to assume or are brought to the desired or properbunch or cluster form, as shown in fig. 1 of the drawings. If it is desirable that the prongs of the metallic cap should spread or open out from each other as they are driven into the holder or block of the brush, as has been above explained, it is only necessary to bend or curve the outer ends of the prongs sufficiently to cause them to spread as they first enter the wood; but we wish it to be here understood that we do not intend to limit ourselves to any one particular size, shape, or length of prongs to the cap, nor to any one particular number of the same.
We claim as new, and desire to secure by Letterslatent In the manufacture of brushes, the prongcd cap I), made oi metal or other suitable material, substantially as and for the purpose described.
M. P. WILKINS,
Witnesses: CHAS. D. ROGERS.
J. Rnusun Ounnnnonn, Isaac B. Cvtvnn.
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US4294447A (en) * 1979-03-09 1981-10-13 Clark Merlin W Aerial amusement projectile and method of manufacture

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US4294447A (en) * 1979-03-09 1981-10-13 Clark Merlin W Aerial amusement projectile and method of manufacture

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