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April 13, 1937.
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H.4K. STEEN
SHOPPING BAG
Filed July I27, 1935
2,076,539
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2 Sheets-Sheet 1
April 13,1937.
2,076,680
H.K.$TEEN
SHOPPING BAG
Filed July 27! 1935
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
)(arfokd. K. 51's an.
attorney
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I Patented Apr. 13, 1937
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UNITED STATES
PATENT OFFICE
2,076,689‘
snorrmc BAG
Hal-ford‘ K. Steen, Newburgh, N. Y.
Application July 27, ‘1935, Serial No. 33,553
4 Claims. (01; easy-s4)
- This invention relates to .shopping bags made
of paper or other suitable material and to the
method employed in their manufacture, and con
stitutes an improvement ‘over that described and
claimed in_ United States. Patent No.v 1,799,072
which was issued to me on March 31, 1931, for -a
Method of manufacturing shopping bags.
bag iirwhich the cord handles are secured to
the interior thereof by an adhesiv)eapplied to
predetermined‘local surfaces’on the web and
adapted to receive patches which have received
the handles and which are both secured to the
web by the adhesive or other suitable means, to
form a ?rm and strong junction.
In the above referred to patent, the cord
Another object of the invention is to provide
handles were secured to the inside of the bag by a bag in which the cord handles extend beyond
10 an adhesive and a reinforcing strip that extended the open end of the bag without having to have
the entire length of the bag web, from which the 'the end of the bag folded over or formed with 10
tube and bag were formed, and to provide for ‘a flap.
the extension or projection of the proper portion
Another object of the invention 1S5t0 provide a
of the handles to form a grip beyond the upper bag in which the cord handles are so located and'
15 or open end of the ?nished bag, the end,v of the attached that when the bag is folded, the handles
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bag was cut or slotted down for a portion of the
length of the handle and was then folded over
along a crease which was formed in the making
so that this fold could be either pasted to the in
0 side of the bag or left loose to form a flap which
could be folded to partly close the bag.
But it has been found that this method of
manufacture not only consumes time and uses
a greater amount of both the bag stock and the
reinforcing material than is necessary, but does
not provide such a pleasing appearance or as
will nest one within the other to present a single
thickness of handle and prevent building up when
baled.
With these and other objects in view, my in
vention consists in certain novel construction and 20
combination of parts as will hereinafter be fully
described in the following descriptionand illus
trated inthe accompanying drawings which form
a part hereof and in which like ?gures of refer
ence refer to corresponding parts in all of the
views, and it. is understood that slight changes 25
serviceable a bag‘ as one where the handle pro- , may be made without departing from the spirit
jects from an even single thickness of bag ma
terial.
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To facilitate the bundling or packing of the
folded bags in bales for shipment and to prevent
the stacked handles from building up in thick
ness thus taking too much room in the bale, and
to give a closer formation adding greatly in the
35 manufacture, especially when a bottomer is used
, as the stacks of bags in the machine do not have
to be replenished so often, I have nested the
handles.
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Also by the nesting of the handles, parts of the
40 machine through or over which the. attached
handles have to pass, do not have to be relieved
so much thus eliminating the possibility to creep
and the machine will thus operate to better ad
vantage.
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of the invention.
In the drawings:
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Figure 1 is a diagrammatic view showing the
steps of my process.
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Figure 2 is a detail view of the pasting, slitting
and creasing roller.
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Figure 3 is a detail view ofthe patch moistening
or pasting roller.
‘Figure 4' shows the web after the slits have 35
been made and- the seaming paste applied.
Figure 5 shows the web after the paste or ad
hesive has been applied adjacent to the slits for
holding the patches and handles.
Figure 6 shows the web after the patches and 40
handles have been secured in place.
Figure 7 shows the web with the extending _
handles after the bag portion or length is 'cut
45 While I have shown and described these from the stock, but .without having been tubed.
handles as being attached to the bag by gummed In practice the tubing is done before the bag 45
patches, it is to be understood that they may be
attached by other suitable means, such as staples ’~
or tied through holes formed inthe web:
50 For this purpose I have added to my above’
mentioned patent the idea of locating the at
tached handles to the web in such positions that
when the bags are folded, the handles will be
nested one within the other so that they will lie
55 side by side and only occupy the thickness of '
one single handle in the stacking of the bags,'
thus saving over 40 per ce‘nt‘of the storage vand .
shipping space required for the same number of
bags that were made in the old manner.
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Another object of the invention is to,_provide a
length is severed from the web.
Figure 8 shows the ?nished folded bag.
Figure 9 shows a ?nished bag with a flap.
Figure 10 shows the stock roll of patch making
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strip with its two rows of adhesive.
Figure 11 shows a patch having been cut off
and the formed handles placed thereon ready for
application to the web.
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' Figure 12 shows the handle and paste attach
ing means.
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Figure 13 is a view of the bag showing the end
open.
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In carrying out my invention the mechanism
required for the various steps and operations may
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be constructed in a single machine, or as a part made, additional slits are made at right angles
of a bag making machine of the usual type, or thereto in line with the body of the handles l8,
the bags may be taken from my apparatus when or these longitudinal slits may be made without
in the form of a tube and bottomed and folded the transverse slits; the web Ii creases at the
proper location to form the ?ap II, the crease 26
in another machine if desired, and in the descrip
tion and illustrations of this present invention acting as a guide in folding the flap II.
The bag tube is now taken to the bottoming
I have embodied my invention vin a bag making‘
machine without the bottoming and folding device where the bottom is formed, and the bag
means.
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‘ isfthen folded and baled.‘
The paste or adhesive rolls l2, l3, and 20 are_ 10
Referring to the drawings:
I have taken the usual bag making machine A of ‘the usual type having raised pads l3 and 28
and incorporated therein the required mecha
nism for making and attaching the handles and
severing the bag tube from the web at the proper
15 location to provide a bag length.
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The usual stock roll ill of suitable bag making
for transferring the paste. from the pot to the
web ii, ‘and are provided with the cut-out por
tions 35.
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To provide for the folded bag not building up
in thickness in the bale due :to the handles i8
‘stacking one upon the other, I have formed ‘the
cated and from this is drawn the web from which two handles of slightly different dimensions, ‘and
the bag is formed, and this web il during its - have located them both upon the patches and
20 travel through the machine is indicated by the ' upon the web, so that they will lie one within 20
material, such as paper or other fabricsis indi
broken lines.
the other or nested, so that they take up but a
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single thickness of cord when the bag is folded
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the seam pasting rolls I! where paste is applied upon itself.
Having thus. described my invention, what I
to one edge I! to later on hold the web in the 25 form of a tube, and the web next travels past claim as new and desire to secure by Letters
‘the knife l6 where the two aligned slits 24, which _Patent, is:
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1. As an article of manufacture, a shopping
locate the position of the handles iii are made,
bag
comprising
a
body
portion,
a
pairof
patches
and if it is desired to form the bag with a flap
11, a crease 26 is now placed in the web by the of suitable reinforcing material secured to the
30 creaser 25, and from either the slitting knives inner surface of said body portion adjacent the 30
H5 or the creaser 25 the web is carried past the open end thereof, handles of different width in
adhesive pads. it which transfer adhesive from ' terposed between the patches and the inner sur
the pot H to predetermined local surfaces 16 on face of the body portion'with their gripping por
From the stock roll ill the web travels past
the web adjacent to the slits 2| for the reception‘
35 of the handles i8 and patches i9.
While this is taking place, a pair of cord han
tions‘ projecting from the open ‘end of thebas,
and nesting one within
other when the bag 35
is folded.
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2. As an article: of manufacture, a shopping ,
‘bag comprising a body portion having an open
from the stock roll 21; cut off and formed into , end and a closed. end and adapted to be folded
40 the D-shaped handles il.. From the roll of strip, {when not in use, patches of reinforcing material 40
stock, either plain or gummed, a strip 2i is’fed secured to the inner surface of said bag body
and from thislare cut the patches I! by the knife adjacent to the open end, handles of different
- 20, and these patches are carried past the pads 28" width interposed between said patches and the
on the roller 32, which either applies moisture‘ ‘. bag and secured thereto with their grip~ portions
45 or gum to the patches in two parallel stripes 293Tv extending from the open end of‘ the bag and 45
adapted to nest with each other to form a single
on their surface.
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The transfer roller ll that carries these patches thickness of handle when the bag is in a folded
I9 and transfers them to the web II, is provided
dles i8 and their attaching patches N are being
prepared as follows: A'piece of cord 23 is drawn
state.
with the pins II which perforate the patchdl?
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3. As an article {of ‘ manufacture, a handled
50 and carry it along as well as the formed‘handles w‘shoppingbag' comprising a body having an' open 50
ill upon the patches in the moist gum and in end and a closed end and adapted to be folded
contact with the pins 3|.
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As the traveling web it reaches the proper
‘station in the'machine the transfer roller 30
55 places the gummed patches i9 and the handles
it upon the previously gummed local surfaces It
on the web, which is then carried through‘the
press rollers 22 that press the patches l9 and
handles i8 upon the web Ii to form a firm and,
60 strong junction.
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From the handle pressing roller 22, the web
ii is carried to the usual tube forming device 34
: ?at forming two sides, patches secured to said
sides adjacent the open end, handles formed with
grips and different width body portions, said body
portions of the handles interposed between the 55
patches and the-bag and secured to both with,
the grip portions "extending from the open end of
the bag, and nesting one within the other when
the bag is folded.
4. As an article of manufacture, a‘ shopping 60
bag comprising a bag body having an open end
and a closed end, said open ‘end formed with _
which brings together the edges of the web Ii ' transverse slits and aligned creases, handles of
different width secured‘ .to said bag body and
which are retained by the paste seam I5.
After the bag tube has been formed, it is severed nesting one within the other adjacent to said
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from the web Ii by the‘ cut-off knife 26 which slits and said creases and extending from the
makes a transverse cut I! in aligned relation open end of the bag body when the bag is folded,
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with the slits 24 if the bag is to be made without
that portion of the bag body between the slits
a ?ap l‘l.
and crease and open end comprising a flap.
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But should it be desiredito form the bag with
the flap l1, then when the original slits 2| are
naarbnnK STEEN.
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