US991496A - Sewing-machine guard. - Google Patents

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US991496A
US991496A US61242311A US1911612423A US991496A US 991496 A US991496 A US 991496A US 61242311 A US61242311 A US 61242311A US 1911612423 A US1911612423 A US 1911612423A US 991496 A US991496 A US 991496A
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    • D05SEWING; EMBROIDERING; TUFTING
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    • D05B83/00Guards or like devices for preventing injury to operator
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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SEWING MAG E GUARD, 7 AP IIIIIIIIIIII EDMAR. 11111 1.

991,496. PtentedMayQJQll.

Inventor by /I,

GERTRUDE FRYE, OF EUREKA, KANSAS.

SEWING-MACHINE GUARD.

parts of sewing machines, and more particularly it is a guard intended to surround the driving wheel and bobbin-winding mechanism so that the material beingsewed may be protected from oil and dirt and the operators garments and fingers may not become entangled with the machinery.

'It consists in the details of construction hereinafter more fully described and claimed, and as shown in the drawings wherein- Figure 1 is a perspective View. of this improved guard in place. Fig. 2 1s a plan View of the same removed from positlon on the sewing machine.

In the drawings the letter IV designates the wheel of a machine, herein a sewing machine of that type which usually has a bobbin-winding mechanism mounted upon its base B beneath and in proximity to the wheel W and which the operator desires at times to employ for winding the bobbin for her machine.

My present invention is a guard comprising a fixed member F and a movable member M, both made of sheet metal standing upright on edge as best seen in Fig. 2, and the body of the fixed member F being fiat and. its rear end curved around behind the flywheel WV as shown at f and the body'ot the movable member M bent in a semicircle around the frontend of said flywheel and around the bobbin mechanism not shown in the drawings. These two members have intermeshing knuckles K pivotally connected in the formof ahinge as will be clear, and the fixed member has projecting from its lower edge a ridged ear E which passes over the base B of the machine and through which a set screw S is adapted to be passed to fasten this member fixedly upon the'base in position around the wheel. Pivoted at Specification of Letters Patent. Application filed March 4,

Patented May 9, 1911. 1911. Serial No. 612,423.

I P to the upper edge of the fixed member 5 near itshinge is a latch L whose body is bent a llttle as best seen in Fig. 2 so asto -pass around the hinge K and whose free i forward end carries a hook H adapted to be dropped over the upper edge of the movable. member M when the latter is in its normal position as shown in Fig. 1. l I It will be obvious that when the operator i desires to gain access to the bobbin-winding 5 mechanism, she has but to raise the latch by l tiutti i1g her-thumb beneath the hook H, then bobbin-winding mechanism will be exposed. After winding the bobbin, she will return the movable member to the position shown in Fig. l and re'e'ngage the hook H over its edge to hold all partsin position. The use of the ear and set screw enables this device to be mounted upon the base of almost any ordinary sewing machine now on the market. The parts are of the desired sizes, proportions. shapes and finish.-

What is claimed as new is The herein described guard for the wheel and bobbin-winding mechanism of a sewing machine, the same comprising two upright members of metal, one of them having a fiat body extending alongside the fly wheel and curved around the rear edge of the as my own, I have hereto aifixed my signature in the presence of two witnesses.

(irERTRUDE FRYE.

Witnesses ABNER HOWARD, I. C. PAUGH.

swing the movable member M aside and thesame, and the other member haK-ing a, curved In testimony that I claim the foregoing

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US4509442A (en) * 1983-05-16 1985-04-09 Marvel Specialty Company Acoustical shield assembly for a sewing machine

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US4509442A (en) * 1983-05-16 1985-04-09 Marvel Specialty Company Acoustical shield assembly for a sewing machine

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