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Jan.- 11, 1938.
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Filed July 21, 1936
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Patented Jan. 11, ‘1938 ,
UNITED STATES PATENT‘ OFFlCE'
HAMMOCK
Thomas A. Tischler, Detroit, Mich, assignor to ‘
Joseph Sikora, Detroit, Mich. ‘
Application July '21, 1936, Serial No. 91,719
5 Claims.‘ (01. 5-129) ‘
in Figure 3, they will lie flat against each other
This invention relates to a portable hammock
with their notches 'I alined.
construction’which can be disassembled and col
lapsed for easy carrying and handling by a sin
gle person or for storage in a comparatively small
,
In order to lock the end sections against rela
tive longitudinal movement a hammock support
ing member 8 similar in shape to the link of a
chain, is placed in the alined. notches and strands '
9 connect the members 8 with the bars H] which
bled.
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A principal object is to provide a hammock are suitably secured to the hammock I I.
The connecting links H, extending from one
frame which can be made largely of metallic tub
ing and which is bent in a manner to provide a adjacent end section 4 to another, each have eyes
l3 which extend through openings 14 in the sec
10 resilient support for the hammock without dis
tions 4 at points rather near the outer ends of
turbing its load-carrying ability.
There are two sets of tubes forming the frame these sections. Two of these links 12 are all that
each of which has the shape of ‘a spread U and is necessary to prevent spreading of the frame
it is another object of the invention to so form the during use. The eyes 13 are bent so that they
cannot be contained in a plane containing the
15. outer ends of each set that two hammock hooks
will be jointly supported by both sets and will, axis of the bar portion. They are then each in
space but which is sturdy and ?rm‘when asseme
in turn, ?rmly lock both sets together against
relative end-wise movement. Removal of the
hooks is readily done simply by lifting them
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from joint slots.
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serted through two openings in each end section
4 and then bent back into a common plane in
permanently locked engagement with their re 20
spective end sections. The two end sections which
Another object is to provide an easily emplaced
leg hook for connecting together adjacent
branches of the spread U frame, preferably at
points rather close to the outer ends thereof. No
iurthenbracing between the branches of the U
25‘ is necessary to prevent further spreading of the
tube sets away from each other and this com
are thus locked together are relatively movable
for collapsing against each other.
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1. A hammock frame comprising two main 25
frame members each of spread U formation and
arranged in side by side relation, each of said
members being ?attened and notched at each end
pletes the frame with a minimum of parts which
What I claim is:
and having the ?attened portion bent angularly
are light in weight, comparatively inexpensive to
with respect to the branches of the U, the ?attened 30
manufacture, capable of being stored in a small
portions of each of said members lying flat against
the ?attened portionsof the other with their
notches alined whereby the midportions of said
30 space and capable of being set-up for occupancy
' _ in a brief period of time by one person.
Qther objects and advantages will becomelhere
inafter more fully apparent as reference is had
35 to the accompanying drawing, wherein my inven
tion is illustrated and in which
Figure 1 is a side elevation of my improved
hammock frame,
Figure 2 is a plan view of the showing of Fig
40 ure 1,
Figure 3 is an end elevation of the upper part
of the frame ‘\With. hammock attached, and
Fig. 4 is a longitudinal fragmentary section
through the frame ends at the region of a tie bar.
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More particularly I indicates each of two cen
tral tubular sections which are bent in such man
ner that they each form a spread U with a cen
tral portion 2 bent at its midportion. ,The outer
branches 3 telescope into end sections 4, the bends
50 5 in the sections l constituting the stops to limit
the length of telescoping. The outer ends 6 of the
sections 4 are flattened and notched at ‘I and the
?attened ends are bent so that when two end sec
tions are placed in contacting relation as best seen
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members are substantially spaced, and a ham
mock supporting means residing jointly in the 35
alined notches at each end of said members to
retain said members against relative endwise
movements.
2. A hammock frame comprising two main 40
frame members each of spread U formation and
arranged in side by side relation, each of said
members being ?attened and notched at each end
and having the ?attened portion bent angularly
with respect to the branches of the U, the ?attened 45
portions of each of said members lying flat against
the ?attened portions of theother with their‘
notches alined whereby the‘ midportions of said
members are substantially spaced, a hammock
supporting means residing jointly in the alined
notches at each end of said members toretain
said members against relative endwise move
ments, and a link near each end of said members
connecting the members to limit the ‘amount of
spreading thereof.
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3. A hammock frame comprising two main
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