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US681098A
US681098A US1900035033A US681098A US 681098 A US681098 A US 681098A US 1900035033 A US1900035033 A US 1900035033A US 681098 A US681098 A US 681098A
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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
    • A47F5/00Show stands, hangers, or shelves characterised by their constructional features
    • A47F5/0018Display racks with shelves or receptables
    • A47F5/0025Display racks with shelves or receptables having separate display containers or trays on shelves or on racks

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Patgntqd Aug. 2o, lm."`

` (Application mm1 oet. a1, woo.)

" ""QRgs, BROWN.

TOUL RACK 'ST1 TES VBeitI "down that" I, ROBERT S.` BROWN, a litizen of thelUnitedfStatles, residingin New Britain,` in the county of HartfordandState Corinecticut;l havewinventedwcertain new ndluseful Impro ements in "loolRacks, of

ich `theirfolleiiyfirng is a'specification. Mylllverlienrelts t prtebll tool-racks esignedf for usein icolnnection with planers, hes, drills,unillingeinachines, forges, and, s ,s verywhere about the shop; `and it forit ,objectthe provision ofl a metallic oel-rack composed of `a skeleton framecf heirackfareinounted.

lA1fu`rthenobjectof;"theiiziventiniisthe proision of a ,i lightl portable `tool-rack` formed vholly metal, the llegs constituting the rame off` aidtool-rack being threaded at heirQupperlends l and inserted in `sockets of heupperwltray and at their lower ends each ionadjeeentto said reducedendfor bear` s casterflapplied to said eflyld, the eing secured ,sin place thereon bya s ed hroughanlopening:inthereduced rtionl rstenifof "said leg. ,s s j i s s s s s )ect ofFtheinveution is the prof niofiatool-rack havinga series oftrays, "ofwhich are adjustable with respect* to ded oni one ds with t ,-holding, rail spaced at some he@reception` of thefslides of aldrawer in ,y iichytoolsinaybe afelykept, if desired.`` Inf` the accompanyingdraWings,1Figure 1 is s perspective View of one `form of my improved ool-`1'ack.fEiggQ is` Ia perspective viewof a iierent*fonmfthereof. 3 isa detail jew, partially in section, of one of `the trays, hoxving the perforatedfboss orfsleeve by 1,5` vhichit i`s`supported` at `its corner upon one therodsontubesof `the frame. Fignlis ljpartiallyin section, of the top tray llnstrated in` Fig. 1, shownetal rods or ,tubes upon vvhich thetrays glreduced and provided with aconical hcl surfaces of balls `held, in the.

he `thers, theupper of saidtraysgbeing pro-` i f ts sides andl on `both of its celfroni said side and ends and being lso); provided on itsunde'r side with ways for,`

PATENT OFFICE.

,s y, s y inolWRoiilNEiv BRITAIN,Q coNNEoTIoUr, AssIeNoR To Tun Nnwg BRITAINMAcnINnicoMPANY, or SAME PLACE,

@TOOL-RACK; srndrrrcamlonlyrsrmmg part @Letters resent `1\T .Mes1,o9s, dated August `eojleoil s l,

` Appiiqttigniea october3i,leoogseriaint36,033."(Nomine.)

ing the construction thereof; and Fig. 5 is a detail, partially in section, of one of lthe legs 5o or `fratrie-bars, showing itinserted within the socket of the caster. ,s l s i Similar characters designate llike parts throughout the several views. i s

Referring to the drawings, `the `numeral 55 designates inl a generalway myiimproved tool-rack, the skeleton frame of which is coml posed of four vertical rodsor tubes 6, threaded at theirupper ends at 6 for a purpose here yinafter described. t their lower ends these 6o rods or tubes arc formed with conical portions 7 `and with reduced stemsor extensions H8, projecting `from said prtions-` s l Designated by the numeral 9 isithe upper tray of my'improved rack, Whiclifis provided 65 at each of its fou r corners with a downwardlyextending internally-threadedseat or boss 10` for the reception of thethreadedportions 6'` of the rods or tubes 6, and designated by the numeral 12 is `the intermediate tray of the 7o rack, which is providedat itscorners with perforatedbosses 12', having smoothinterior walls for the reception of said tubes or rods 6. s To secure this intermediate tray adjustably s in position, set-screws 13 or equivalent fas- 75 tening devices are provided; and by' loosens ing these set-screws and then adjusting the tray andfinally retightening thescrew's said tray may be firmly secured in the desired position with relation to the top and bottom 8o trays. f 1. y w Designated `by the numeral 14 isthebottom tray of my improved too1rackwhich, like the intermediate tray 12, is provided with sleeves or bosses 14, having smooth internal S 5 Walls, setscrews or other equivalent fastening devices 15 being providedfor securing said tray in its desired adjusted position.

In the device illustrated in Fig. 1 the sides of the tray are extended, as at 1G, and the 9o s two rear corners of said tray are provided `with projections 17. These extensionsl are `perforated for the reception ofthe ends of a tool rail or support 18, which is in this inanner spaced at a suitable distance apart from the ends andthe rear side of said tray to` afi ford roomv forthe reception of blacksmiths tongs, pincers, or other tools used in connection with the shopfor forge.

ln Fig. lthe uppertray 9 is shownas Vpro#l vided on :its under side with ways llfor the :reception offthe slides of a drawer 20, `in

" which tools of precision or tools belonging to theworkmen maybe received,` said drawer;

having aflock 21- forv securing it when closed.

Designated by the numeral 22 isa casterframe having a wheel or caster 23 pivoted in f lateral extension22 thereof, and in -this caster-frame Vis formed la vertical socket having a vconical bottom for the receptionfof 1.5 Avented from leaving said 'sockets byxpins 26.

balls-2l, the legs of vthe tool-rack being pre# passingthrough perforations vinthe reduced Y p portionsorstexns 8,'a`n'd the balls being spaced f :l apartby azseparator 2 5. f Y

In assembling my improved tool-rack,1in which any-desirednumben of trays maybe employed, the invention notbeing limited to Vthe number 'shwn, the legs o r standards. 6; V'are rst insertedwithin thesocketsof .the

caster-frames@ with their conical ends in AContact with"` the ball-bearings :Zfand the pins 26l are then inserted inV the perforations the redncedfportionsorstems 8 of ,said legs The to secure vthe"caster-frames thereto. Y y lower tray 14 is then slippedY over. the legs 6,

and this is followed by theintermediatetray.-'

12,' wliichisp-laced uponsaid legs'in a simi-y the internally-threaded portiouor nut ofthe- `Vsleeve or bossl0, Whichprojec-ts downwardlyl n from'the upper tray 9. The trays l2 andi/:t

' Yare then adjusted the desired 'distance apart,

and the se'tscrews or other clamping devicesr 13 andl arejtightened .firmly to secure said trays in the desired positions,

* when the wotholdmg ran is em piyed withY the tray,' as' illustrated in" Fig. Vl, said rail,

which isa rectangularly-bent loopfshaped bar, ispassedover theprojections17 at its corners and its free ends areinserted'in the perforationsin the arms'l ofthe tray ,9 and @areriveted jor otherwise secured thereto. I-n

Vthe form represented byFig. A1f the:Y casters are omitted,` but they maybe applied there#V t o,it` desired. These,V trays may have suitable protecting-l-ini'n gs'jsuch as veneered--wood bottoms, which are Vdesirable when certain ,Y .characters of workare being carried out,I 55

ofthe tray, andfsuch a bottom is partially shown and is designated by the numeral 27 at'the right of Ythe upper tray in Fig. 2.

' :'As above stated,.1ny-invention is not limited to the number oft-rays employed, for in some instances when it is desired to4 use the tray as aV lathe-pan shorter legs may be em- Y 'rlegsl Y Y Having thus' described my' inven'tiomfl claim-- 'j f f 1.V Armetallic toolra'ck comprising a series of vertical tubes or bars with threaded upper ends; a tray having a solid bottom constitutployed and but two trays' be'carriedf by said ing alpa'rt thereof, andjsockets with smooth g inner. walls Vfor the reception o f said Vtubes or -barsyand a top tray having a solidVV bottom fandthreaded sockets in which the threaded- `upper ends of said bars are inserted.

i 2. 1A `'metallic tool-rackcomprising aseries of. metal'tubes or bars having threaded upper f A ends;v a tray'havi-ng a solid bottom andfsockf ,ets at its Y corners'ior the reception YotsaidVv "tubes or Vbars; mea-ns. passing through the sockets and servingto clamp' thetray to said tubes'gyor bars; andlatoptray having asolidl bottomandinternallythreaded,downWardlyV Y projecting bosses for the receptionqoff'the threaded endsof said tubes or bars.

, .v .3, Ametallie tool-rackjcompri'sing aseriest of vertical tubes or bars having threaded up! per ends; a'rectangulartray having tubular bosses at its corners for the reception of said AVtubes or bars; a top trayhavingdownwardlyextending internally-threaded bosses at its cornersinto which the threaded ends offsaid tubes'or bars are inserted,'said top tray also lhaving lateralextensionson'onefof its sides 1 Aand a projection on each of its Vrear corners;

Vandaftool rail orrsupport. passing over saidv a 1extensiox'is of said tray.`V

4:'. The herein-d'e's'cribed;tool-rackconsist ing ofaframe composed ofv fourftubeshaving threaded upper ends; antoip tray having a solid bottom and in threaded engagementV rwith the upperv ends; of said tubes, said -top tray having projections; a tool rail orsup- .port securedtoV theftray and spaced apart therefrom by said projections; and-a second '.cornerprojections and securedto thelateral tray adjustably sicured tothe tu-besbe'lowl ROBERTS; meer.

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Cited By (13)

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US2819938A (en) * 1953-12-16 1958-01-14 Alfred M Zerver Tool stand
US2886186A (en) * 1953-08-24 1959-05-12 Hamilton Mfg Corp Serving tray and cart
US3021011A (en) * 1960-06-27 1962-02-13 Vern N Visneski Fire wood rack
US3097028A (en) * 1958-05-09 1963-07-09 Coca Cola Bottling Works Compa Combined bar and cooler
US3314192A (en) * 1964-06-01 1967-04-18 Park George Barratt Plant growing shelf arrangement
US3999775A (en) * 1975-08-07 1976-12-28 Metropolitan Wire Corporation Rollable cart
US4276720A (en) * 1978-09-15 1981-07-07 William Lyon Plant watering mat system
US5353216A (en) * 1992-03-23 1994-10-04 Urie & Blanton Company, Inc. Inverter power source rack
US5975544A (en) * 1994-03-03 1999-11-02 Henkel-Ecolab Gmbh & Co. Ohg Transport trolley with a chassis and uprights
US6032965A (en) * 1997-01-10 2000-03-07 Pro-Mart Industries, Inc. Stacking modular storage units with flexible containers
US6669214B1 (en) * 2002-05-13 2003-12-30 David Domis Mechanic's tool and parts utility cart
US6729371B2 (en) * 2001-02-05 2004-05-04 Kevin Sheahan Workbench
EP1920680A2 (en) * 2006-11-08 2008-05-14 Hermann Dipl.-Ing. Korte Storage and transport device with a removable retaining device

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2886186A (en) * 1953-08-24 1959-05-12 Hamilton Mfg Corp Serving tray and cart
US2819938A (en) * 1953-12-16 1958-01-14 Alfred M Zerver Tool stand
US3097028A (en) * 1958-05-09 1963-07-09 Coca Cola Bottling Works Compa Combined bar and cooler
US3021011A (en) * 1960-06-27 1962-02-13 Vern N Visneski Fire wood rack
US3314192A (en) * 1964-06-01 1967-04-18 Park George Barratt Plant growing shelf arrangement
US3999775A (en) * 1975-08-07 1976-12-28 Metropolitan Wire Corporation Rollable cart
US4276720A (en) * 1978-09-15 1981-07-07 William Lyon Plant watering mat system
US5353216A (en) * 1992-03-23 1994-10-04 Urie & Blanton Company, Inc. Inverter power source rack
US5975544A (en) * 1994-03-03 1999-11-02 Henkel-Ecolab Gmbh & Co. Ohg Transport trolley with a chassis and uprights
US6032965A (en) * 1997-01-10 2000-03-07 Pro-Mart Industries, Inc. Stacking modular storage units with flexible containers
US6729371B2 (en) * 2001-02-05 2004-05-04 Kevin Sheahan Workbench
US6669214B1 (en) * 2002-05-13 2003-12-30 David Domis Mechanic's tool and parts utility cart
EP1920680A2 (en) * 2006-11-08 2008-05-14 Hermann Dipl.-Ing. Korte Storage and transport device with a removable retaining device
US20080121600A1 (en) * 2006-11-08 2008-05-29 Herrn Storage and transport apparatus with removeable locking means
EP1920680A3 (en) * 2006-11-08 2010-12-29 Hermann Dipl.-Ing. Korte Storage and transport device with a removable retaining device

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