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Патент USA US2106422

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Jan. ‘25, 1938.
F. DAHL
COMBINED TABLE AND IRONING BOARD I
Filed Aug. 6. 1936
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Patented Jan. 25, 1938
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This invention relates to the class ‘of furniture
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Forming a part of the'top'is' a leaf 3 which’ has
and pertains particularly to'a novel combination
a tongue 4 along each longitudinal edge and‘ these I
of table and ironingboard structure. '
tongues engagein corresponding grooves 5 in -
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The primary object of the'present invention
the ‘abutting edgei‘portions'pf'the'adjacent top _
is to provide a table having an‘ ironing board
built thereinto and having a shiftable'topjpor
tion whereby when the said'top portion is shifted
to one position the ironing board maybe with
drawn into working position: in the plane of >
pieces‘. It will thus be apparent that the ‘leaf 3 "5
may be shifted longitudinally to, formah‘ open-.
10 the table top.
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" Formed beneath the top'fof the table and be- a '7
heath the opening in whiehthe leaf '3' moves is
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‘a box or housing-36 whichexte'ndsthe' full width 10 ‘_
Another object of the invention is to provide
a combined table and ironing board in which the
table is provided with a slidable leaf portion
which, when moved in- one‘ position,‘ uncovers a
15 housing in which an ironing board is locatedythe
of the table and which is "closed atiit's bottom and
four‘sides, thefonly access vtothis housing being
through the top vof the table when 'the'lea'f 3_is
shifted.
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- » Secured to' the under side of‘ the leaf} is one 1115
ironing‘ board being removable to‘ a position‘ in
end of a coil spring ‘I which ‘has its other end at
the same plane as the table top and‘ theshiftable tached to the side apron portion 8 of the’table
leaf ‘portion thereof.
vstructure. ' This spring. is,‘ of course; disposed.
A still further object of the invention is to within the housing’ 6 and it is normally under ‘
tension so that when the leaf. 3 is released by'i‘g‘o
20 provide a structure of the above described {char
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acter wherein the said shiftable leaf and theiron
theholdingmeans aboutw be described it will
ing board are spring controlled so‘ that upon; the
release of a holding means for theleaf the ‘latter
will automatically move laterally‘ in ‘the plane of
function to slide the leaf laterally; This lateral
sliding movement“ of ‘the leaf is limited "by a
the table top and the ironing board will be auto
to the underside .ofthe leaf and which limits the 2'5
matically projected out to its ‘working position in
the plane
of the table top.
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The invention will be best understood from a
consideration of the following detailed descrip
tion taken in connection with the accompany
transverselyrextending cleat 9 which is‘ secured
movement of the leaf by being brought'into abut-'-
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tingfr'elation with ‘theapron portion 8. to which
the spring 1‘ is attached.
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' As‘ illustrated the leaf ‘3 is set‘ into} the top
of the table adjacent onevedge thereof so that 30
ing drawing forming part of this speci?cation, I there is only a relatively narrow portion of the
with the understanding, however, that the in
top at one side of the leaf. This narrow top por
vention is not con?ned to any strict conformity
with the showing of the drawing but may be
tion is indicated by thenumeral ~ ID and at a suit
able point is provided with the transverse bore l I
changed or modi?ed so long as such changes or which is formed in the outer edge and extends 35
modi?cations mark no material departure from inwardly toward the opening in which the leaf
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the salient features of the invention as expressed , 3 positions. In this bore is a shiftable latch
in the appended claims.
In the drawing:
Figure 1 is a view in perspective of a combined
table and ironing board embodying the present
invention ;
pin I2 and the leaf 3 is provided with an edge
recess l3 which» is drawn into alignment with
the bore II when the leaf is in a position to. oom- 40
pletely ?ll the table top opening. This pin 12 re
tains the leaf against movement under the move
Figure 2 is a sectional View through they ment of the spring ‘I.
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table on a plane passing across one edge of the
Adapted to be housed in the ‘casing Bis an
45 board and leaf and showing the latter extended;
ironing board M which is of a width to substan- 45
Figure 3 is a sectionalv view similar to Fig
tially ?ll the opening in the table top when the
ure 2 showing the ironing board housed in the leaf 3 is shifted laterally. This board It has its ,
casing with the leaf covering the opening;
forward end or nose supported in any suitable
Figure 4 is a section taken on the line 4-4 manner, as by the bracket I5 which is inclined
50 of Figure 3.
downwardly into the housing 6, so that when 50
Referring now more particularly to the draw
the leaf 3 is moved laterally or outwardly to
ing, wherein like numerals of reference desig
nate corresponding parts throughout the several
views, the numeral I generally designates a table,
55 the top of which is indicated by the numeral 2.
uncover the board closing housing, the board may
be shifted outwardly in a‘direction opposite that
in which the leaf ismoved by the spring "I.
The
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board l4 adjacent its rear end has secured to 55
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its underside the transverse cleat l6 and also
secured to the under side of the board adjacent
this end is a coil spring H’ which has its oppo
when in the opening having an end projecting
beyond the opposite side of the table top, support
ing means beneath the table top for the board
site end securedvto that depending portion of , when the leaf is in position to entirely'?ll the
the table structure which forms'a continuation opening, means for retaining the leaf in open
of the skirt 8 and which extends across or closes ing ?lled position, and resilient means connected
the end of the housing 6 opposite the end to which
the spring 1 is connected.
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The board l4 also has formed in one side edge
10 and adjacent'its rear end, the opening l8 which,
when the‘ board is moved outwardly to operative
position under the influence of the spring l'i,
with the leaf and the board whereby upon release
of said retaining means the leaf and board will
move in opposite directions to dispose them in
projectingrelation with the sides of the table
topas described;
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2. In a structure of‘ the ‘character described,
comes to position in alignment with the bore-‘ll ,,.;a.,table having a top provided with an opening
so that the pin 12 can be reinserted for engage?v éiitending the full width thereof, a leaf ?lling
15 ment in the opening l8 and thus‘sec'ure 'and -‘saidopeningfa sliding connection between the
support the inner end of the ironing board in edges of the leaf and the edges of the opening,
working position. As will be apparent, the cleat" "a casing disposed beneath said opening, latching
it which is secured to the‘ironing'board‘limits'v ,means-fonsecuring said leaf in opening ?lling
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this movement outwardly as; the cleat :9“ of‘ the,_ ' position, a spring connecting the under side of
leaf limits the movement of this portion" ofthe ‘ the‘ leaf with a ?xed part of the body of the 20
structure in a direction opposite to that in which
the ironing board moves. ,
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From the foregoing it will be apparent that
table at a point to effect the shifting of the leaf
laterally when the latching means is released to
partially uncover the opening, a board having a
when the ironing board is housed in thecasing width through a portion of its length suf?cient
25 6 and the leaf is held in place by the pin l2, the _ to ?ll the opening, said board being of a size to in
removal of the pin will permit the spring _'IV to beihoused in said casing when the leaf is in
shift the leaf outwardly in one direction and ,opening?lling position, spring means coupling
when this occurs the leaf will no longer hold the under side of the board with a ?xed part of
the forward end of the ironing board-in place the table and so arranged as toproject the board
30 and the spring I‘! will then become effective to
from the casing when the opening is uncovered, 30
and said latching means engaging and securing
slide the ironing board out inlthe opposite direc
tion until the cleat' l6 stops its movement. ' The the board in projected position, said spring means
ironing board may then be raised to‘the plane for the leaf and board operating to project the
same in opposite directions.
of the table top and secured in place vby re
35 inserting the pin l2 so that its inner endwill
_ 3.v In a table of the character described,‘a top ‘_'
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engage in the opening IS in the edge of the-bore.
having an opening therein, a- leaf ?lling said
opening and movable in one direction in the plane
I claim:—
,1. In a table structure, of the character. .de ' of the top to partly uncover the opening, a board
scribed, a top having an opening-extending the having a width to ?ll the uncovered portion of
40 full width thereof, a leaf ?llingsaid opening, the opening, means beneath the top for support
sliding connecting means between the edges of ing the board beneath the leaf when the latter
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the opening and the edges of said leaf permit
is} in closing position in the opening, means for
ting the leaf to be shifted laterally to uncover ' projecting the board into the opening opposite
the opening, a board having a width through a to the direction of movement of the leaf when
45 portion of its length su?icient to .?ll .a portion theleaf is moved to open position, and means
of the opening when the leaf- has been shifted
to one position therein, said leaf when shifted
to said one position having an end projecting
beyond one side of the table top and said board
for, retainingthe board in the opening in the
plane of the top.
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FRED
DAHL.
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