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Feb. 8, 1938."
_ N. L. SOLOMON
2,107,349
HAIR WINDER
Filed July 25, 1956
INVENTOR
ATTO RN EY
Patented Feb. 8, 41938 iv
" ‘2,107,349
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
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Application-11111723, 1936, Serial 310592305
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the latter during its rotation upon manipulation
of overhanging ?ange IS. The width of then-ace
way is slightly greater than the width of headed
members 25 and consequently the latter may be
The subject matter of the present invention is
an improved conveniently manipulatable ‘hair
curling ‘device having rotatable clampingcom
ponents for initially gripping a portion of.-hair
5 and adapted to wind remaining portions ofthe readily rotated relative. to - the driving means
gripped hair upon bodily rotation aboutthe lon-.. - whenloop 22 is displaced in respect of the clamp
gitudinal axis thereof and in respect to a resilient
ing components.
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In the assembly of the bushing and bearing,
and compressible locking member mounted on a
hair con?ning member and in respect to a bear- ' the latter is placed over skirt IS in such fashion ’
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that heads 25. of the swingable loop are disposed 10
in the opposed guide grooves 2L: ‘The bearing
invention may be best understood'from an under
is then moved towards knurled ?ange l6 and
standing of the following speci?cation considered‘ _ along the ‘skirt until it strikes ?ange I 6. During
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ing swingably carrying the hair con?ning mem
her. The objects, features and advantages of the
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in the light of the accompanying drawing illus- .
l5 trating
preferred
embodiments - thereof
wherein:
and
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Fig. 1 is a longitudinal view partly in section
of the hair winder according to the invention.
Fig. 2 shows perspective views of the‘ manipu
20 latable driving means disconnected from ’_the
bearing.
“Fig. 3 is an enlarged sectional view taken on
the line 3-_—3 of Fig. 1.
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Fig. 4 is an enlarged sectional view taken on
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latter upon slight inwardly directed pressure
applied to sides of the loop.
With the loop hi'ngedly attached to the bearing
> and the latter rotatably guided on the bushing, '
complement orperfora'ted- tube I0 is mounted
20
the driver, shown partly in section.
tube ill is slidablyH-moved along bushing l9 until
it abuts bearing or collar '13. after‘ which the‘ per
forated complement or cover II is placed over
tube III as shown. I
Fig. 5 is a view of a slightly modi?ed form of
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such movement heads 25 register with the an
nular raceway l8 and are adapted to enter the
on skirt‘ l9 of'the bushl'ng,_-that is, one end of
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25 the line 4-4 of Fig. l.
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Forming a. part of cover .‘ II and depending
therefrom are the opposed cars 26 having alined
Fig. 6 is a front elevational view of the hair
openings 21in registration with diametrically
winder, showing the cover raised from its com
3 O panion tube and the'resilient stay of the swing
able loop disconnected from the tube and
Fig. '1 is a perspective view of the bearing with
disposed openings 28 of the companion tube 10.
Openings 28 in turn are in aline'ment with the
opposed openings 20 of bushing .l_5. As illus
trated afulcrum pin or rivet 29 is utilized .to'
swingable loop unfastened thereto.
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' According to the invention‘v driving means hav
35 ing an overhanging knurled manipulator is uti-,
lized to bodily rotate clamping components l0
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piv'otally hold cover H on the tube In and thus
couple both of; the latter to bushing IQ of the
driving means 14. In this connection, rivet 29 is -
passed through the alined openings 21, 28, and
20, of the cover, tube and bushing after which
however, in respect to a bearing or collar l3. the shank of the rivet is upset to prevent acci
Particularly the aforementioned driving means is ' dental disengagement of these parts as is well
and ll of. the winder generally designated 12,
generally designated l4 (see Fig. 2) and takes
the form of a substantially‘ cylindrical bushing
l5. This bushing‘ includes a knurled head or
' understood.
However preparatory to coupling the hair
clamping complements to the driving means,‘ a
?ange IS, a shoulder I'I, an annular groove or ~ helicoidal compression spring 30' is disposed
raceway l8 and the tubular shell or skirt I9 em
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within and transversely of the bore of skirt l9.
bodying diametrically disposed rivet receiving. One end of spring 30 is retained‘or seated in an
inverted conical recess or countersunk 3| (see
openings 20 andlongitudinally and oppositely ar
ranged grooves 2_I which communicate’iiwith an— Fig. 1) or may be retained by a protuberance or;
nular raceway l8.-
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The annular bearing l3 swingably supports the
50 hair con?ning member or loop generally denoted
22, the terminals 23 of which are initially Passed
into opposed openings 24 of the bearing l3 (see.
Fig. '7) ‘so as to overhang the internal'bpre there-h
of after which\;the terminals are‘upsetto provide
55 7 headed members 25 (see Fig. 2) .having several
ftlnctio'ns, to wit, (1), in precluding involuntary
disconnection of the sides of the loop from the
bearing and (2)‘, constituting means con?ned
within and cooperating with the sides of_ the annu
60 lar‘ raceway l8 of the bushing to faithfully guide
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projection 32 struck out of the body of skirt I!
(see Fig.5). The other end of spring 30 nor
.mally extends through opening '33 in the skirt l9 50
and through alined opening 34 of tube l0 and
cooperates or. abuts- a rearwardly disposed and
slightly o?set lip 35 of the hinged cover ii. I
With compression spring 30 con?ned within
the bushing and abutting ‘the cover, and the driv
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ing means coupled togthe cover and tube, the
spring 30 normally holds the cover pivotally closed in respect’to the tube as shown in Fig.1l.
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cover may be hingedly lifted in respect to the
companion tube tov'the position'illustrated' in w
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Fig. 6. In such position, lip 35 of the
operates with hearing l3 which serves
to limit further divergence of the cover
Loop 22 has at its forward portion
cover co
as a stop
and tube.
a trans
2. In combination, a bearing, a bushing having
an annular raceway, a loop swingably associated
with said bearing and having relatively enlarged
terminals rotatably con?ned in said raceway for
versely disposed portion 36 interconnecting the
guiding rotational displacement of said bushing
sides 31 thereof. A spheroid or stay 38 is rotat
ably mounted on interconnecting portion 36 of
the loop. This spheroid may be of relatively soft
rubber or other suitable resilient or compressible
10 material. With the loop swung to a locked posi
tion as shown in Fig. 1, a portion of the spheroid
in respect to said bearing, a tube mounted on
15 tube l0 rotates relative the disconnectible sphe~
an annular raceway, a loop swingably associated 15
said bushing, a cover mounted on said tube, means
carried by said bushing for hingedly supporting
said cover in respect to said tube, compressible
means cooperating with said cover and bushing to 10
normally hold said cover closed, ‘ and a stay
is telescoped within the forward‘end of the, per- _ mounted on said loop and adapted to removably
interlock with said tube.. '
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forated tube and upon rotation of the latter dur
ing rotation of ?ange l6 of the driving means, ’ 3. In combination, a bearing, a bushing having
roid 38.
By arranging the annular bearing between the
with said bearing and having means projecting
into said raceway for rotatably guiding rotational
head l6 and the tube, the bearing serves as a ‘ displacement-‘of said bushing in respect‘ to said
bearing, a tube mounted on said bushing and
closure for the annular raceway, the bearing, al
abutting said bearing, a cover mounted on said 20
20 though rotatable relative to the reduced portion
or bushing of the driving means, abuts the head ‘ tube, means carried by said bushing for pivotally
and tube abuts the bearing.
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In operation, a fragmentary portion of the hair
is ?rst removably clamped between the hinged
supporting said cover .in respect to said tube,
spring means disposed within said bushing and
cooperating with said cover to normally hold the
This may be accom - latter closed, and a compressible stay rotatably
plished by disconnecting stay 38 from the tube mounted on said loop and adapted to removably
25 complements Ill and II.
and diverging the cover and tube to permit in
sertion of a fragmentary portion of hair there
between. Manual pressure is then removed from
.30 cover ll. Consequently cover ll automatically
closes by reason of the action of spring 30 and
the hair between the cover and tube is appro
priately gripped.
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The loopis now swung in such position to per
35 mit the stay to-dnterlock with the forward part
‘of the tube. Subsequently the loop is grasped by
the operator. Thereafter ?nger pressure is ap
plied to the knurled ?ange IE to rotate the latter.
interlock with one end of said tube.
4.'In combination, a bearing, driving .means
comprising a head and a reduced portion includ
ing an annular raceway, a loop swingably car
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ried by said bearing and having means project
ing into said raceway for rotatably guiding dis
placement of said reduced portion in respect to
said bearing upon manipulation of said head, a
tube mounted on said reduced portion adjacent 85
said bearing-a cover mounted on said tube; means
interconnecting said reduced portion, tube and
cover for pivotally supporting said cover in re
Therefore the cover and tube although now spect to said tube, spring means retainedwithin'
said reduced portion and cooperating with said
40 clamping a part of the hair are rotated bodily and
simultaneously. During such rotation, the :hair “ cover to normally hold the latter closed and a
stay mounted on said loop adapted to removably
clamping complements, the cover and tube, ro
interlock with one end of said tube.
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taterelative to the stay, the loop, and the bear
ing.
During such rotation, the hair initially
45 gripped is wound about both the “tube and cover
and the sides of the loop facilitate to con?ne the
wound hair thereabout', and it will be appre
ciated that although wire loop 22 is hingedly
associated with bearing I 3, the rear up'set ends
50 of the loop cooperates with the wall of raceway
l8 of the rotatable driving means l4, consequent
ly serving as means to faithfully guide the latter
5. In combination, an annular bearing, driving
means comprising a head and a reduced portion
including an annular raceway, a loop swingably
carried by said bearing and having relatively en
'larged means projecting into said raceway for ro-~ '
tatably guiding displacement of said reduced por
tion in respect to said bearing upon manipulation
‘of said head, said reduced portion having means - I
communicating with said raceway for cooperat
during its rotation to prevent longitudinal dis - ing with said enlarged means to displace said '
placement thereof in respect to bearing [3 which loop longitudinally of said reduced portion for
is closely although movably con?ned between the disposing said enlarged means within said race
rear end of the tube and knurled ?ange ‘I 6.
To remove the wound hair, the stay is discon
nected from the tube and the loop is swung rear
way, a tube mounted on said reduced portion,
a 'cover mounted on said tube, means transversing
said reduced portion for pivotally supporting said
wardly. With a’slight ?nger pressure upon the cover to said tube, spring means for normally
said cover closed, and a stay mounted on
‘so wound hair, the latter may be bodily moved to » holding
said loop and adapted to removably interlock with
wards the forward part of the tube, and 'be free ._one end of said tube.
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of the latter and its companion cover.
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6.‘In combination, an annular bearing, driv
' Having now described my invention what I (ing means comprising a relatively enlarged head
claim is:
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and a reduced portion including an annular race
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1. In combination, a bearing, a bushing having way', a hair con?ning loop .swingably carried by.
an annular raceway, a loop swingably connected said.’ bearing and having relatively enlarged’
to said bearing and having relatively enlarged. ‘means
projectinginto said racewayv for rotat
terminals disposed in said raceway for guiding
ably
guiding
displacement of saidvreduced por
displacement of said bushing relative to said
tion in respect tdpsaid bearing upon manipula
70 bearing, hair clamping components connected to
said bushing, a compressible stay mounted on tion of said head, said reduced portion having .
said loop and adapted to removably interlock with means communicating with said raceway for "
one of said components, and compression means cooperating with said enlarged means to displace
carried by said bushing for normallyholding' said ' said loop longitudinally of said reduced portion
.for disposing said enlarged meanswithin said 18
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raceway, a tube mounted on said reduced por
on said tube, means carried by said tube for
tion, a cover ‘mounted on said tube, fulcrum I hingedly supporting said cover, and a 'stay
means traversing said reduced portion and over
mounted on said loop and adapted to removably
hanging the latter for pivotally supporting said interlock with said tube.
cover to said tube, springvmeans for normally
,11. In combination, a bearing, a bushing hav
' holding said cover closed, and a stay mounted on ing an annular raceway, a loop swingably pro
said loop for removably interlocking with one
end of said tube, said bearing being rotatably
jecting into said raceway for guiding rotational
displacement of said bushing in respect to said
bearing, a tube mounted on said bushing adja
mounted between said head and tube and serv
10 ing as a closure for said raceway. _
cent said bearing, a cover mounted on said tube, 10
means for pivotally supporting said cover in re
spect to said tube, and a stay rotatably mounted
7.‘ In combination, driving means comprising
a manipulator including a head and a reduced
portion having a raceway, a bearing abutting said
head and closing said raceway, a loop swingably
15 connected to said bearing and having means pro
jecting into said raceway for rotatably guiding
said driving means relative to said bearing, a
tube. mounted on said‘reduced portion and abut
>20 ting said bearing, a cover,'~means carried by said
on said loop and adapted to removably interlock
with one end of said tube.
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12. In combination, a bearing, driving means 15
comprising a- head and a reduced portion includ
ing an annular raceway, a'loop swingably car
ried by said bearing and having means projecting
into\ said raceway for rotatably guiding displace
ment of said reduced portion in respect to said 20
bearing upon manipulation of said head, a tube
reduced portion for hingedly supporting said
cover to said tube, spring means for normally
holding said cover closed, and ‘a compressible ' mounted on said reduced portion adjacent said
stay mounted on said loop and adapted to re
bearing, a cover niounted on said tube, means .
25 movably interlock with one end of said tube, said interconnecting said reduced‘ portion, tube and
tube and cover adapted to be diverged against ’ cover for pivotally‘supporting said cover in re 25
the resistance of said’ spring means to permit the spect to said tube, and a stay mounted on said.
insertion of a fragmentary portion of hair, said ' loop adapted to removably interlock with one end
of said tube.
- , driving means upon rotation thereofadapted to
30 bodily rotate said tube and cover relative to said
bearing and stay to permit remaining portions
of said hair to be, wound about said cover- and
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13. In combination, an annular bearing, driv
ing means comprising a head and a reduced por
tion including an annular raceway, a loop swing
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ably carried by said bearing and having rela
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8. In combination, rotatable driving means . ‘tively enlarged means projecting into said race
35 comprising a manipulator including a head and way for rotatably guiding displacement of said
a relatively reduced portion having an annular reduced portion in respect to said bearing upon abv
raceway, an annular bearing abutting said head manipulation of said head, said reduced portion
tube.
having means communicating with said raceway
for cooperating with‘said enlarged means to dis
having means projecting into said raceway for place said loop longitudinally of said reduced
40 rotatably guiding said driving means relative to portion for disposing said enlargedmeans within
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said bearing; a tube having one end mounted on said raceway, a tube mounted on said reduced
said reduced portion and abutting said bearing, portion, a cover mounted on said tube, means
a cover, means carried by said reduced portion trans'versing said reduced portion for pivotally
for ‘hingedly supporting said cover to said tube, supportingisaid cover to said tube, and a stay
45 spring means for normally holding said cover mounted on said loop and adapted to removably
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closed and a compressible stay mounted on said interlock with one end of said tube.
loop and adapted to removably interlock with
14. In combination, an annular bearing,- driv
another end of said tube, said tube and cover ing means comprising a relatively enlarged head
adapted to be diverged against the resistance of and a reduced portion including an annular race
50 said spring means to permit the'insertion of a' way, a hair con?ning loop swingably carried by
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and movably closing said raceway, a hair con?n
ing loop swingably connected ,to said bearing and
fragmentary portion of hair, said driving means
upon rotation thereof vadapted to bodily rotate
said tube and cover relative to said bearing and
stay to. permit remaining portions of said hair
said bearing and having relatively enlarged
means projecting into said raceway for rotat
ably guiding 'displacement of said reduced por
tion in respect to said bearing upon manipula
55 to be wound about said cover and tube, said ' tion of said head, said reduced portion having
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loop having sides longitudinally straddling said means disposed longitudinally thereof and com
, tube and coverv to closely con?ne the wound hair mimicating with said raceway ‘for cooperating
about said tube and cover.
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with said enlarged means to displace said loop
9. 'In combination, a bearing,“ a bushing having
longitudinally of said reduced portion for dispos
80 an annular raceway, a loop swingably connected ing said enlarged means within said raceway, a
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to said bearing and having relatively enlarged - perforated tube mounted‘ on said reduced por
terminals disposed in said raceway for guiding
displacement of said bushing relative to' said
bearin’g, hair grasping components connected to
65 said bushing, and a stay mounted on said loop
and adapted to removably interlock'with one of
said
components.
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10. In combination, a’, bearing, a bushing, a
loop swingably ‘associated with said bearing and
70 having means rotatably guided by said bushing,
a tube carried by'said bushing, a cover mounted
tion, a perforated cover mounted on said tube,
fulcrum means traversing said reduced portion
and overhanging the latter for pivotally sup
porting said cover to said tube, and a compressible
stay mounted on said loop for removably inter
locking with one end of said tube‘, said bearing
being rotatably mounted between said head and
tube serving as a closure for said raceway.
NATHAN L. soLoMoN." “ v
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