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Патент USA US2105868

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Jan. 18, 1938.
ANN. THOMAS
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TYPEWRIT'ER STAND
Filed June 14, 1937
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A. N. THOMAS
2,105,868
TYPEWRITER STAND
Filed June 14, 1.957
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Patented Jan. 18, 1938
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UNITED ?'STATES
PATENT'oFF-ICE l
„ ,2,105,868
>TYPEWRI'rim` STAND
Arvine N. Thomas, Canton,
¿assigner .,to
James P. Ward, Jr., Chicago, `,111.`->
Applioation‘June '14, 1937, ‘.Serialf fNo. f148,'198 v y
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I6 as shown in Figures 5 and 7. The A-l'owerfends
The primary object of the invention is "to pro
vide "a typewriter 'stand `of the knock-down type
gether 'bylan'gle‘ iron cross-'strips 120 that Vhave
their vendsfspot lwelded as -‘at 25| >to »the 'flanges ~~'I6
improvements in typewriter stands.
„ wherein
different sections or ‘units
that
are
shipped in collapsed condition maybe readily as
sembled ïby »unskilled labor with the assembled
sections or units presenting a rigidtable‘or stand
construction for the purposes intended.
10> *With 'the above and other objects in view that
will'become apparent »as the nature of the -inven
tion -is better understood, the vsame "consists in the
novel form,- combination and arrangement of
p'artsfhereinafter more fully described, .shown in
15 the accompanying drawings and claimed.
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‘In vthe > drawings :Y-«
Figure 1 is a perspective View of -a knock-»down
typewriter Ístand constructed fin accordance with
the :present `invention with ‘the slide >shelf » carried
20 thereby -iin extended position;
Figure 'i2 'is a fragmentary perspective -view
partlyïin'section-of theinner side of a vrear v‘corner
portion ‘of the table-or stand lshowing Ithevcon
nec‘tion ibetween‘ the side »and-end apronsfand ¿the
25, upper ‘ends of a -leg;
yFigure 3 is across-sectional view of lthe table
with `the legs Ábroken away and illustrating tthe
side aprons with the guides carried thereby lfor
the sliding shelf;
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This invention-relates to certain vnew'and useful
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Figure »4 is ya lfragmentary perspective view,
partly :broken away >and shown in section;
AFigure 5 is-a perspective viewshowing ithe‘frorit
and -rearleg framessconnected'by a >foot-board;
_'Figure‘ö is -a ¿fragmentary perspective -'view of
35. the upper V‘end-«of one of ïthe lïfrontïcornerlegs;
Figure 7 is a fragmentary perspective view,
partly 4iin:sectionáoffaïfront corner leg and the
connected side and end aprons; and
Figure 8 is a perspective View of one of the side
40 aprons carrying the guide for the sliding shelf.
Referring more in detail to the accompanying
of the frontcornerlle’gs are-ffurtherfcorinected.to
and f I ÍI »'o‘fl'the ffrontß corner ïlegs and las -shown ' in
Figures` `1-San’d'ï5, l'the lower «ends fo'f'ßthe Ilegs are
suitablyfashioned into feet ’22 ¿that carry gliders
or the like, îcasters 23 'beingshown -iin `Figure 1,
wl`1`i1e1~slríds->24 lare X»sh‘ownïin 'Fig-ure »5.
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yfl'l‘lie rearlileg assembly -I I ’is similar in con
struction to the front leg assembly andïincludes
corner 'legs ¿formed of angle 'iron' with ¿rear `-flanges
25 v‘and'side-"flanges 26,-an apron l»strip-27 being
secured-to the innersides'of »the upper‘ends of the
rear lflanges (25 -`by"spo't v'welding 'vor tthe 'like as
shown 'at' 2\8‘--`in Figs.- 2 and 5, lthe lower'endsof
the ‘rear ’corner legs being 'i connected by fa cross
braceïf29~s`pot welded "atits vends ' vas `at 130 to Asaid
corner-legst
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"I'he lfront Iand-reary leg frames are maintained in
set-up conditionfby the foot `board »I2 >that lcon- “
nect'sthe*crossV braces '|20 and 29, 'oppositeendsfo'f
the footîboar‘d ~I 2 being '-detachably *connected -to
the cross-braces IZ-D’and y29 «by »nut ‘and «'bolt ' com
binationsì30~`ortlie like.
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The construction of side apron I3 is shown more
c1ear1y»fin'>Figs. `ï2,'~7 îand 8 and `beingfformed of
sheet metal or'the like-includes a relatively nar
row rhorizontal top ïi‘lange 3l vthat yis `outwardly
directed “from‘a-side'-‘wal1 »'32 thatïcarri'es a rela
tively narrow -inwardlyW-directed flange 33- at its 30
lOWeredge. VAAii’ir'iwardly directed channel 34 ex
tends :longitudinally ofthe side wall 32 interme
diate-thefupper'and »lower edges thereof and se
cured' to the inner side of the-_channel 34 is a
guide'channe'l 351having upper vand lower flanges
36, 'ítheïf‘guide'ßchannël `being anchored to the
channel“ by'ispötfwel'din'g as at 31. A bolt open
ing 38 is formed inthe side wall 32 of the apron
I3 adjacent eachl lower corner edge thereof and
a spring loop or finger 39 is struck-out from the
Side wall 32 of the apron adjacent each upper
corner edge thereof, in vertical alignment with
the adjacent bolt opening 38. A cut-away por
tion or notch 40 is formed in the upper terminal
ends of the side flanges I1 and 26 of the front
drawings, the knock-down typewriter stand or
table is formed of sections including front and
rear leg assemblies, I0 and II, a connecting foot
45 board I 2, side aprons I3, a table top I4 and a
sliding shelf I5, each of the foregoing knock
down parts being assembled into stand or tabler and rear corner legs and a bolt opening 4I is also
formation as shown in Figure 1.
formed in said flanges below said notch. When
The front leg assembly III is formed of corner the side aprons I3 are assembled with the front
50 legs of angle iron construction having front
and rear leg frames I0 and II, the top ñange 3I
flanges I6 and side flanges I'I, the upper ends of of the apron I3 rests upon the upper terminal
the front corner legs being connected together by ends of the side flanges I 'I and 26 of the front
means of an angle iron apron strip I8 that has and rear legs, the struck-out ñngers 39 being
opposite ends thereof spot welded as at I9 to the received in the notches 4|] of the legs while the
inner sides of the upper ends of the leg ñanges openings 38 in the side aprons register with the
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openings 4l in the legs for the passage of nut
and bolt combinations 42 or other fastening de
vices. A tongue 43 struck from the front flanges
I6 of the front corner legs in line with the guide
channels 35 provide openings 44 in said leg
ñanges registering with the guide channels to
ends of the legs of the front leg frame being
notched for clearance of the sliding shelf.
4. In a knock-down typewriter stand or table,
front and rear leg frames, each including vertical
corner legs and horizontal cross bars connecting
the legs adjacent the upper and lower ends there
of, a foot board detachably connected at its ends
permit sliding movement of the shelf I5 in the to
the lower cross bars, side aprons detachably
guide channels 35.
connected
to the upper ends of the legs of each
The table top I4 is supported upon the top
leg frame, a table top removably supported on 10
flanges
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of
the
side
apron
I3
and
has
depending
10
marginal flanges 45 as clearly shown in Figures 3 the leg frames, a shelf slidably mounted in the
side aprons, means forming a separable inter
and 4.
connection between the side aprons and
From the above detailed description of the l locking
upper ends of the legs, including spring tongues
invention, it is believed that the construction and struck out from the side aprons and the upper
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15 operation thereof will at once be apparent and
ends of the legs being notched to receive the
while there is herein shown and described the tongue, a'longitudinally extending channel iron
preferred embodiment of the invention, it is carried by the inner side of each side apron for
nevertheless to be understood that minor changes a >guide for the sliding shelf and the upper ends
may be made therein without departing from the of the legs of the front leg frame being notched
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20 spirit and scope of the invention as claimed.
for a clearance of the sliding shelf,
I claimz,
5. In a knock-down typewriter stand or table,
1. In a knock-down typewriter stand or table, front and rear leg frames, each including vertical
front and rear leg frames, each including vertical corner legs and horizontal cross bars connecting
corner legs and horizontal cross bars connecting
the legs adjacent the upper and lower ends there 25
25 the legs adjacent the upper and lower ends there
of, a foot board detachably connected at its ends
of, a foot board detachably connected at its ends to the lower cross bars, side aprons detachably
to the lower cross bars, side aprons detachably
connected to the upper ends of the legs of each
connected to the upper ends of the legs of each leg
frame, a table top removably supported on
leg frame, a table top removably supported on the
the leg frames, a shelf slidably mounted in the 30
leg
frames,
and
a
shelf
slidably
mounted
in
the
30
side aprons, horizontal flanges on the upper
side aprons.
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edges of the side aprons for the support of the
2. In a knock-down typewriter stand or table,
table top, a longitudinally extending channel iron
front and rear leg frames, each including ver
carried by the inner side of each side apron for
tical corner legs and horizontal cross bars con
a guide for the sliding shelf and the upper ends of
necting
the
legs
adjacent
the`
upper
and
lower
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ends thereof, a foot board detachably connected the legs of the front leg frame being notched for
at its ends to the lower cross bars, side aprons clearance of the sliding shelf.
6. In a knock-down typewriter stand or table,
detachably connected to the upper ends of the
front
and rear leg frames, each including verti
legs of each leg frame, a table top removably sup
ported on the leg frames, a shelf slidably mounted cal corner legs and horizontal cross bars con 40
necting the legs adjacent the upper and lower
40 inthe side aprons, means forming a separable
interlocking connection between the side aprons ends thereof, a foot board detachably connected
and >upper ends of the legs, including spring at its ends to the lower cross bars, side aprons
tongues struck out from the sidev aprons and the detachably connected to the upper ends of the
upper ends of the legs being notched to receive legs of each leg frame, a table top removably
supported on the leg frames, a shelf slidably
the tongues.
3. In a knock-down typewriter stand or table, mounted in the side aprons, means forming a
front and rear leg frames, each including vertical separable interlocking connection between the
corner legs and horizontal cross bars connecting side aprons and upper ends of the legs, horizon
tal ñanges on the upper edges of the side aprons to'
the legs adjacent the upper and lower ends there
50 of, a foot board detachably connected at its ends for the support of the table top, a longitudinally
to the lower cross bars, side aprons detachably extending channel iron carried by the inner side
connected to the upper ends of the legs of each of each side apron for a guide for the sliding
leg frame, a table top removably supported on shelf and the upper ends of the legs of the front
the leg frames, a shelf slidably mounted in the leg frame being notched for clearance of the
side aprons, a longitudinally extending channel sliding shelf.
ARVINE N. THOMAS.
iron carried by the inner side of each side apron
for a guide for the sliding shelf and the uppel;`
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