US881792A - Stylus for talking-machines. - Google Patents

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US881792A
US881792A US40579407A US1907405794A US881792A US 881792 A US881792 A US 881792A US 40579407 A US40579407 A US 40579407A US 1907405794 A US1907405794 A US 1907405794A US 881792 A US881792 A US 881792A
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PATENTED MAR. 10, 1908.'
S. GOLDPADEN.
STYLUS FOR TALKING MACHINES.
APPLICATION FILED 1130.9. 1907.
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METAL-BOUND Box.
Application filed April 26,
To all whom. it may concern:
Be it known that I, ELLS\\'()R'1JI E. FLORA,
My invention relates to an improvement in the construction of boxes of the kind formed,
for economy in manufacture and transporta- 1 tion, of light and cheap material, as veneer or fiber-board, and which are usually wire 1 bound to reinforce them. This variety of box is more or less unsightly because of the wires, which, moreover, present points at their twisted ends and at ends produced by breaking them in handling, which tend to lacerate the hands and tear the clothing of those whose duty it is .to handle-them; and to further reinforce this box against too great flimsiness and afford fastening means for the box-ends, it is provided. with strengtheningcleats secured to the inner surfaces of the sides, bottom and lid, near their ends, transversely thereof, by the sta )les which fasten the wires in place, these cleats adding materially to the weight of the box and to the expense of manufacturing and shipping it.
My object is to provide a novel construction of metal-bound box of the variety referred to, which shall present all of the advantages, in an augmented degree, of the wire-bound article, and avoid'all of the disadvantages of the latter. This object is accomplished by the construction illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which Fi ure 1 is a plan view of the blank from whic my im )roved sheet-metal binding strip is formed y folding it along the dotted lines on the figure Fig. 2, a perspective view of the box-blank provided along its lateral edges with my binding-strip Fig. 3, a similar view of a box of my improved construction, with the lid raised and one end omitted Fig. 4, a broken perspective view of the box, with its body-portion and ends in unassembled relation, illustrating an alternative manner of equipping it with my improved binding strips; and Fig. 5, a view of the completed box in cross-sectional elevation, with the lid fastened down.
The binding-strip 6 is composed of flexible sheet-metal, referably tin and in a continuous length, ormed, as by stamping, of an unmutilated rectangular section 7, with four Specification of Letters Patent.
Patented March 10, 1908.
s I, similar lips, 8, extending laterally and spaced apart, the end-lips having beveled outer edges, and their inner edges and the edges of the intermediate lips being cut away, as re )resented, to separate them. The blank is folded along the dotted lines at 9, 10, to produce an approximately U-shaped trough 11 with an end-tongue 12 extending a from one side of the iron h; and the lips are bent along the dotted 1907. Serial No. 370,484. r
mes 13 to extend their beveled-end sections at right angles to the trough as flanges 14.
fiber-board, or other analogous material, of proper dimensions to form the sides 15, 16 the bottom 17 and the top or lid 18, of a ing strips 6 by mtroducing the ends into the trough 11 to roduce the blank 20 shown in Fig. 2, and t e stri s are firmly secured to the sheets, preferabfy by eyelets 21 punched through the trough-sections of the stri s and through the sheets near their edges. hereupon the blank is folded, by bending the blnding strips to extend the respective sheets, except the sheet 18, at right angles to each other into box-form, as represented in Fig. 3, with the flanges 14 projectin inwardly to present abutments to the oxends 22, 22, which are thereu on inserted into place and fastened to the flanges, as by eyelets 21, punched through them and through the ends. When the lid 18 is bent into place to cover the box, the flanges 14 thereon are similarly fastened to the boxends; and the tongues 12 are bent over the side 16 and fastened through holes 23 provided in them, which may coincide with the fastened through these coincident holes in any suitable manner, as by eyelets, seals, or the like.
If preferred, the alternative method of assembling the parts of the box, illustrated in Fig. 4, may be employed. This consists in bending the binding-strips 6 into the cross- I sectional shape of the box and applying and fastening, preferably by means of eyelets, I the box-ends 22 to the flanges 14 to form the l ends into covering-ca s, and thereupon applying these caps to t e sheets of material, I which may be preparatorily assembled into box-form for the purpose, by introducing F their ends into the trough-sections 11 of the l strips and fastening the strips and sheets tobox 19, have applied to their ends these bind- Sheets 15, 16, 17, and 18, of veneer, or of upper eyelet-holes 21 in. that side and be gcther, preferably by punching eyelets through them, as in the case of the first-descril'ml method oi asseniblin Of course the shape of the box may, without.- departure from my invention, vary from that herein shown and described, when the shape of the binding-strips will vary correspondingly.
W hatI claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent is 1. A metal-bound box comprisin a bodyportion formed of sheet nateriai sheetmetal binding strips formed with single trough-shaped sections, in which the edgeportions of the sheet-material are contained and secured, each said section being divided transversely at intervals along the inner side of the trough at points of bending it to conform to said body-portion, and the divisions of the trough-sections having flanges projecting at fight-angles thereto immediately from their edges to form box-end abutrn ents, and box-ends abutting against and secured to said flanges.
2. A metal-bound box comprising a bodyortion having its sides, bottom and lid ormed of separate sections of sheet-material, binding-strips composed of sheet-metal bent into single trough-shaped sections, in
1 which the edge-portions of the sheets are contained and se'cured, as by eyelets, each trough-section being divided transversely at intervals along its inner side at points of bending it to conform to said body-portion, and the divisions of the trough-sections having flanges projecting at right-angles thereto immediately from their edges, and box-ends abutting against and secured to said flanges. 3. A 1netal-bound box co1nprisin a bodyportion formed of sheet-inateria sheetmetal binding strips formed with single trough shaped sections having end lips, in which sections the edge-portions of the sheetmaterial are contained and secured, each said section being divided transversely at intervals along the inner side of the trough at points of bending it to conform to said body portion, and the divisions of the trough-sections having flanges rojectingat right-angles thereto immediate y from their edges toforin box-end abutinents, and box- RALPH A. Soninrnn, J. H. LANDES.
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US2480907A (en) * 1945-06-20 1949-09-06 Electrovox Company Inc Phonograph pickup
US2689737A (en) * 1949-06-08 1954-09-21 Webster Electric Co Inc Needle holding means for pickup

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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2480907A (en) * 1945-06-20 1949-09-06 Electrovox Company Inc Phonograph pickup
US2689737A (en) * 1949-06-08 1954-09-21 Webster Electric Co Inc Needle holding means for pickup

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