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1 Feb. 15', 1938.
w‘ A. PRINGLE
2,108,510
RECORD ASSEMBLY‘
Filed April 15, 1931
INVENTOR.
WILLIAM A. PP/NGLE
I
ATTORNEYS.
Patented Feb. 15, 1938
2,108,510
v UNITED STATES
PATENT OFFICE
2,108,510
RECORD ASSEMBLY
.William A. Pringle, NiagaraFalls, N. Y., assignor,
by mesne assignments, to American Sales
Book Company, Inc., a qol'Domtion of Delaware
Application April 15, 1931. Serial No. 530,199
. 11 Claims.
This invention relates to improvements in rec
ord supplies‘for making manifoldlng records, be
ing adapted for use in various forms of writing
machines such as autographic registers, type
5 writing machines, billing machines and the like.
With reference to some of its more particular
(01. zap-12)
of leaves have been severed from the supply as
sembly.
,Still another object of the invention is to pro
vide an improved arrangement for manifoldingv
assemblies of the class mentioned whereby the
record leaves remain locked or secured together
features the invention relates to improvements after they have been torn from the composite
in a record or 'manifolding assembly of record supply assembly, and whereby the interleaved
strips of the continuous traveller type which may transfer leaves may'remain similarly secure to
10 be conveniently folded together with transfer ma
gether after severance from the supply. .
terial or interleaved transfer strips of the con
Another object of the invention is to provide
tinuous traveller type into a zigzag folded supply an improved arrangement in a manifolding as
pack.
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sembly of the class mentioned whereby the in
It is a general object of the invention to pro
scribed record leaves may be conveniently sepa
15 vide an‘ improved manifolding assembly of ‘the rated in a unitary attached set from the transfer
class mentioned wherein the several manifolding leaves after the-set of leaves has been severed
strips thereof are maintained in correctly assem
from the supply assembly.
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bled relation for the reception of inscriptions,
Another important object of the invention is to
and may be conveniently separated from each provide in a manifolding assembly of the class
other after the inscriptions have been made, at , mentioned, an improved arrangement of selec
the same‘ time being convenient in use and ca
tive grip-forming apertures whereby the in
pable of economical manufacture.
scribed record leaves may be easily separated
Another object of the invention is to provide from the transfer leaves after the inscribed set
in a manifolding assembly of the class men- - has been severed from the supply assembly.
tioned, an improved arrangement for maintain
Other‘ objects of the invention will be in part
ing the record leaves in correct superposed align
pointed out in the following detailed disclosure
ment with each other and for keeping the trans
of an illustrative but preferred embodiment of
fer leaves or strips in their correct interleaved the invention, and will be in part obvious in con
positions with the record leaves.
30
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According to another important feature of the
invention the "record and transfer strips of the
assembly are secure vin position against relative
displacement with reference to each‘ other, and
yet the securing arrangement is of such a ?exible
35 character that the free folding of the assembly
strips into a zigzag supply pack is not impaired,
thus providing an arrangement whereby the su
perposed layers or leaves of the assembly may lie
?at in the supply pack, and when unfolded there
_40 from, avoiding bulging of the strips at the con
nected portions thereof or at the fold lines. For
the accomplishment of this purpose in the illus
trative embodiment of the invention herein dis
closed, the attachment between the record strips
45 and the transfer strips positioned adjacent the
fold lines are impositive or ?exible in nature
permitting slight longitudinal or transverse ad
justment between the record and transfer strips,.
although the connections between the record
strips themselves or between the transfer strips
.
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15
20
25
necton~ therewith.
The invention accordingly comprises an ar
ticle of manufacture possessing the features,
properties, and the relation of elements, which
will be exempli?ed in the article hereinafter de
scribed and the scope of the application of which
will be indicated in the claims.‘
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For a‘more complete understanding of the na
ture andobjects of the invention reference is
35
had to the following detailed description, and to
the accompanying drawing, in which:
_
Figure 1 is a perspective view of an assembly of
manifolding strips embodying the invention, and
Fig. 2 is an enlarged fragmentary, partially
diagrammatic view, the record and transfer
strips being ‘separated to ‘disclose the structure
and assembly relation.
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45
In the embodiment of the invention as shown
in the drawing there are a plurality of record
strips 5 of the continuous traveller typearranged
in superposed manifolding relation with each
an improved means for separating the different
sets of strips or leaves from each other after the
other. Each of these record strips may be pro 50
vided with blank forms or writing spaces 6 ar
ranged in a longitudinal series, and in superposed
aligned or registering relation on the different
record strips. Transverse division lines ‘I are
55 inscriptions have been made and after the sets
preferably arranged between the adjacent blank 55
may be of a more positive nature.
Another object of the invention is to provide
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forms in each record strip thus dividing said
strip into a longitudinal series of record leaves 8,
it being understood that a record leaf is regarded
as a part of the record strip intercepted between
adjacent division lines ‘I. These division lines
are herein disclosed as weakened transverse lines
whereby the leaves after being inscribed may be
conveniently torn from the record assembly.
This weakening may be formed in any‘ well
10
Also
as shown the severance lines ‘I transect the
respective‘ apertures I4 so that parts of each of
the apertures ‘will lie at both sides of the respec
tive severance lines. In the embodiment shown
the severance lines ‘I substantially bisect the
grip forming apertures I4.
Likewise, the transfer strips 9 are formed with
Interleaved in manifolding transfer relation
with the record strips 5 are the transfer or
apertures I5 spaced in a series along each trans
fer strip, the arrangement being similar to that 10
of the apertures I4 in the record strips. The
apertures I5 are also positioned only at alternate
severance lines I ll of the transfer strips being
carbon strips 9 which are also of the continuous
omitted at the other severance lines.
traveller type. Although two such transfer strips
apertures ll of the record strips and apertures I5 15
known preferred manner, either by perforations
or otherwise.
15
bined lengths of two of the strip leaves.
,
Both the
are herein disclosed it will be understood that any of the transfer strips may be of sui?cient size for
number from one up to a desired maximum may ‘convenient reception of the thumb or ?nger, so
be employed depending upon the number of copies that they may serve as grip apertures when the
required. As shown the transfer strips 9 are also leaves are ‘severed from- the supply assembly.
Also the apertures I4 and I5 may be made of 20
20 formed with transverse severance lines I0, pref
erably also weakened in any preferred manner. suitable shape, the circular form as shown being
The severance lines of the record and transfer convenient and each aperture being substantially
strips are' preferably ‘arranged in depthwise
groups along the assembly and the lines “I may
as shown be arranged in superposed substantially
aligned relation with the lines ‘I and positioned
for dividing each of the transfer strips into a
longitudinal series of transfer leaves II arranged
in interleaved manifolding relation with the re
30 spective record leaves.
In this manner a series
of sets of relatively superposed record and trans
fer leaves are provided separated from each ‘other
by the transverse weakened lines.
This assembly bf continuous record and trans
fer strips is conveniently folded to form a zigzag
- folded supply pack I2, the folds preferably as
symmetrically positioned with reference to oppo
site sides of the respective division lines so that
substantially similar sections of these apertures
are presented at opposite sides of the division
lines.
'
When the strips 5 and 9 are assembled after
beingformed with the apertures and severance
lines as described, the apertures I4 of the record 30
strips are staggered longitudinally with the aper
tures I5 of the transfer strips as clearly shown in
Fig. 2, the apertures I4 of the record strips how
ever being alinged or in registry with each other
depthwise of the assembly, and the apertures I5
of the transfer strips being similarly in register
shown being substantially coincident with the with each other. It will thus be seen that the
transverse weakened lines ‘I and III. A supply apertures II are arranged in alternation longi
pack of any desired volume may be made up in tudinally of the assembly with the apertures I5,
40 this manner and used as desired in any type of - and that both the apertures l4 and I5 are posi 40
machine for which the supplies are adapted. tioned only in alternate strips depthwise of the
assembly at each of the division lines between
While it is preferred that the strips 9 be pro
vided with transfer material or carbon on but adjacent sheets. The apertures I4 are thus ar
one surface thereof as indicated at I3, for some ranged in a longitudinal series of sets, the aper
45 purposes both surfaces may be carbonized. Also tures of eachset being in registry with each other
and the apertures I5 are similarly arranged in
the strips 9 may be free of carbon on both sur
faces, thus forming record strips and the transfer .sets, these aperture sets It and I5 alternating
material may be supplied in some other manner, with each other along the assembly.
While the apertures I4 and I5 are preferably
such for example as coating the back surfaces
arranged Intermediate the side edges of the strips
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50 of the record strips.
5 and 5 as shown, yet for some purposes they may
Although in the broader aspects of the inven
tion the division lines between the successive be positioned elsewhere, as for example at the
leaves of the strips need not assume any physical side edges of the strips, either both at the same
side of the sets of record leaves or at diagonally
form, the leaves of the respective strips follow
opposite corners thereof. Since the apertures I4
55 ing in succession one ifter another, yet it is ad
vantageous that these lines‘as herein disclosed and I5 alternate longitudinally of the assembly
be in the form‘ of weakened severance lines and as mentioned, grip areas I6 and II of the transfer
also arranged at the folds where the folded, type strips 9 will be exposed through the respective
apertures I4 for selectiveLv gripping the transfer
of supply is used.
Each record strip 5 is provided at intervals strips, and similar gripping areas I8 and I9 of
v60
the record strips will be selectively exposed for
therealong with apertures II serving as grip
forming apertures and also to provide a ?exible gripping purposes through the transfer strip
or adjustable attachment between the alternate apertures I5.
Securing devices 20 are provided at spaced in
strips as later more fully described. These grip
tervals along the assembly for securing the record ’
65 forming apertures as shown are preferably ar
ranged in a longitudinal series in each of the strips 5 to each other, and similar securing de
record strips. They are also preferably positioned vices 2I similarly arranged along the assembly
are provided for securing the transfer strips to
coincident with the severance lines 'I in the re
spective strips, but only at the alternate severance gether. The securing devices 20 and 2| may be
-70 lines, each strip at the intermediate alternate of any convenient preferred form, the staples or 70
stitches either of light wire or thread as shown
severance lines being unprovided with the aper
being convenient for this purpose“ It should be
tures I4 as clearly shownin the drawing. Look
noted that these securing devices 20 and 2i a're
ing at it another way, the grip-forming aper
tures of each strip are longitudinally spaced diagrammatically shown as elongated in both
Figs. 1 and 2 for the Purpose of facilitating the 75
75 apart‘ a distance substantially equal to the com
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disclosure; in practice they will only be of sum
I cient length to pass through the superposed
strips so as to hold them together in a compact
assembly. The securing staples or stitches 20
and 2i shown are arranged in pairs or groups
of two positioned adjacent each set of severance
lines ‘land It, one staple of each pair. being at
one side of the severance line and spaced there
from, while the other staple is similarly posi
10 tioned and spacedat the opposite side thereof.
An important feature of these attaching de
' vices is to position the attaching staples or stitches
3
set of leaves may be detached from the complete
assembly before inscription thereof and subse
quently inserted into a writing‘ machine for re
ceiving inscriptions. Since each set of leaves in
cludes only the record and transfer leaves, being
free from excess thicknesses such as cardboard
backing or the like, it is ?exible and thoroughly
pliable throughout its extent, thus being well
adapted for insertion in writing position in writ
ing machines employing cylindrical platens, and 10
for similar uses.
Since the division line ‘I Fig. 1
lies ‘between the two securing stitches 2|, the
transfer leaves will remain attached together in
the severed unit; the inscribed leaves will also
remain attached together by the stitch 20. The 15
20 and 2| so that they pass respectively through
the sets of openings I5 and i4. Thus the staples
15 20~will selectively secure the record strips 5 to‘
each other, passing through the gripping areas gripping areas iii of the inscribed record leaves
It thereof, while the staples 2i will selectively are now selectively gripped through the gripping
secure the transfer strips 9 together passing _ apertures i5 while the gripping areas i 6 are simi
through" the gripping areas l6 and I] thereof. larly selectively gripped through the apertures Hi.
or looking at it another way the staples have i In this manner the transfer leaves it may be 20
selective engagement and attachment with the conveniently separated from the inscribed record
respective record and transfer strips and pass
freely through the apertures l4 and I5 of the re
spective strips. Since as shown in the- preferred
leaves 8.‘ The set of attached record leaves may
then be separated from each other as desired,
free from direct attachment with the strips at
the apertures thereof. It will therefore be seen
that-the transfer ‘strips 9 are not directly or
Since the apertures i4 and i5, when the leaves
have been severed from the supply assembly, pro 30
vide grip apertures through which the sets of
record and carbon leaves are selectively gripped,
or any desired number of them may remain at
25 embodiment the staples pierce the respective tached either for ?ling or for the reception of
25
strips, vthe attachment of the staples to the strips . additional inscriptions, or for other purposes.
is positive in nature. However, the staples pass ‘The transfer leaves which are preferably of the
freely through the respective apertures and are one time type may then be discarded.
positively secured together by the staples 20, and
the record strips 5 are not directly or positively
secured together by the staples 2i.
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However, the set of record strips 5 is imposi
tively or adjustably connected to the set of inter
leaved transfer strips by means of the staples 2d
and 2|. This is accomplished by virtue of the
staples passing through the sets of apertures It
40 and I5 as described.
Since the apertures i4 and
.i5 are preferably slightly, greater in diameter
than the diameters ofath'e ‘attachments 2c and up
a slight longitudinal and transverse adjusting
movement between the set of record strips and
45 the set of transfer strips will be permitted. Thus
while all of the superposed strips of the assembly
are kept in correctly superposed assembled (rela
tion with the blank forms of each set of leaves
correctly superposed in manifolding relation, yet
50 by virtueof this flexible and adjustable connect
ing arrangement one set of strips such as the
.record strips may move or be adjusted slightly
with referenceto the other'set or transfer strips,
55
these apertures are herein referred tov as selective
grip-forming apertures. As these grip-forming
apertures extend both forwardly and rearwardly 35
oi’ the respective division lines, selective grip
apertures will be provided at each end of each
ofthe severed groups of leaves.
Although the record strips are herein disclosed
‘as being separate from each other, yet it will be 40
understood that the invention is applicable to
fan-folded record strips of the continuous travel
ler type, this being a type record strip well
known in the art.
If the edge-attached or fan
folded type of record strip is employed each layer
or ply thereof may be formed with apertures and
division lines as above described, and the trans
fer strips formed as described may be interleaved
in manifolding relation between adjacent plies of
the fan-folded‘ record strip.
.
Since certain changes may ‘be made in the
above article and different embodiments of the
invention could be made without departing from
60
thus permitting the assembled strips to fold ~ the scope thereof, it is intended that all matter
sharply and smoothly into "the zig~zag pack i2, contained in the above description or shown in 55
preventing bulging and“distortion. Also when the accompanying drawing shall be interpreted
the strips are, ‘extended from the supply pack as illustrative and not in a limiting sense.
for use, this ?exible or adjustable connecting ar
' Having described my invention, what I claim
rangement permits the strips to lie ?at and ras new and desire to secure by letters Patent, is:
smooth in perfect manifolding contact with each
1. A manifolding assembly including in com 60
other, bindingand distortion of the strips being bination, a plurality of relatively superposed con
effectually, avoided.
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tinuous strips, each having a series of transverse
The objects and nature of the invention having division lines dividing the respective strips into a
been set forth and an illustrative embodiment series of leaves and forming a series of sets of
65 described in detail, its use or operation will now
relatively superposed leaves, respective corre 66
be understood and may be summarized as fol
sponding division ‘lines of the several strips being
lows:
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when the forward set‘ of leaves, that set at
the left of Fig. 1, has been inscribed either by the
‘ arranged in groups in the assembly, said strips
having‘longitudinally spaced selective grip-form
ing‘a'pertures positioned only in the vicinity of
70 use of a machine or manually, the-inscribed set ~ alternate" division lines in the respective strips,
70
is severed from the supply assembly along the
division lines ‘I and I0. A group of leaves in
and selective securing means selectively at
tached directly to and securing together a part
only of said securing means attached directly to
a part only of said strips and securing them to
cluding a set of inscribed record leaves 8 and a
' set of interleaved carbon leaves II, is thus sepa
75 ‘rated as a unit from a supply assembly. Also a ' gether at each said leaf set and being free of
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of said pairs being separate and independent of
separate and independent securing devices each
each other and positioned respectively adjacent
of which'is adjacent to but spaced at short dis
opposite sides of the respective group of division
lines but spaced at short distances from the lat
ter, the securing devices of certain of said pairs
tance from the respective group of division lines,
said independent securing devices being posi
tioned at opposite sides of said division lines.
2. A manifolding assembly, including in combi
10 nation, a plurality of relatively superposed con
having direct attaching engagement only with
the record leaves of the respective sets and being
positioned outside of the edges of the corre 10
tinuous strips including a plurality of continu
sponding transfer leaves.
ous record strips and at least one continuous
5. A manifolding assembly including, in com
bination, a plurality of relatively superposed long
continuous traveler record and transfer strips in
inscription transfer relation with each other, each 15
transfer strip interleaved in transfer relation with
the record strips, each of said record and trans
15 fer strips having a series of transverse division
lines dividing the respective strips into a series of
leaves so as to form a series of sets of relatively
superposed record and transfer leaves, the strips
of said assembly being provided with selective
20 grip forming apertures arranged in a longitudinal
series in each strip, said grip forming apertures
> being inwardly spaced from both of the opposite ‘
longitudinal strip edges so as to be completely
surrounded by the strip material, said grip form
25 ing apertures being provided only in the vicinity
- of the alternate division lines in the transfer strip
and only in alternate record and transfer strips
depthwise of the assembly at the respective aper
ture points therealong so as to expose grip sec
30' tions of the respective strips, said grip sections
being transected by the respective division lines,
and securing devices for said record strips posi
tioned at the respective said grip sections thereof
and arranged in pairs, said pairs passing respec
35 tively through the grip forming apertures and
‘having attaching engagement with the record
strips to secure them together, the securing de
vices of each of ‘said pairs being separate and in
dependent of each other and disposed at opposite
40
curing devices at each of a plurality of points
along the assembly, the securing devices of each
direct attachment to the remainder of the leaves
of the said sets, said securing means for the two
adjacent ends of adjacent leaf sets including two
eiides of and spaced from the adjacent division
ne.
3. A manifolding assembly including, in com
bination, a plurality of relatively superposed con
tinuous strips including a plurality of continu
45 ous record strips and at least one continuous
transfer strip interleaved in transfer relation with
the record strips, said continuous strips having
successive transverse fold lines for folding them
into a zig-zag pack, said transfer strip having
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of said record and transfer strips having a series
of longitudinally spaced transverse division lines
arranged in groups in the assembly and dividing
each strip into a series of leaves so as to form a
series of sets of record and transfer leaves, and 20
strip securing devices for holding said strips to
gether, said securing devices engaging the top
assembly strip at each of said leaf sets and being
arranged in groups each including two separate
and independent securing members longitudinal
ly spaced apart, one of the securing members of .
'each group engaging the strips at a point there
of spaced at one side of the respective groups of
lines and the other engaging the strips at a point
thereof spaced at the other side of said line group, 30
and a selective leaf-separating formation in each
said leaf set spaced from the respective said se
curing member to assist in separating the leaves
of a severed set from each other.
6. A manifolding assembly including, in com
bination, a plurality of relatively superposed long
continuous traveler record and transfer strips in
inscription and transfer relation with each other,
each of said record and transfer strips having a
series of longitudinally spaced transverse di 40
vision lines arranged in groups in the assembly‘
and dividing each strip into a series of leaves,
strip securing devices for holding said strips to
gether, said securingdevices being arranged in
pairs, the securing members of each said pair v45
being longitudinally spaced apart and ‘separate
and independent of each other, each member of
each pair of securing devices being positioned ad- ,
jacent to but at the oppositeside of the respective
group of division lines from the other member, 50
respectively positioned to extend across and to said securing devices adjacent to alternate di
‘lie at both sideslof the fold. lines, and securing , vision line groups having direct contact connec
devices securing the record strips together at a tion > to the record strips‘ and passing loosely
plurality of points along the assembly respec-“ through openings larger than the securing devices
55 tively coincident with said transfer strip aper~
in the transfer strips, and the remaining secur
' tures, there being two of said securing devices ing devices having direct contact connection to
separate and independent of each other at each the transfer strips and passing loosely through
of the transfer strip apertures, one of which is openings larger than the securing devices in the
spaced a short distance forwardly of the adja
record strips,
60 cent fold line and the other being spaced a short
7. A manifolding pile comprising a plurality
distance rearwardly thereof, said securing devices of continuous worksheet strips and a continuous
extending respectively through said transfer strip carbon strip interposed between two adjacent
apertures and being substantially smaller than worksheet strips, said worksheet and carbon strips
the latter so as to form adjustable connections having longitudinally spaced transverse division
65 between the record and transfer strips.
lines dividing the respective strips into a series
4. A manifolding assembly including, in com
of leaves and forming a series of sets of inter
bination, a plurality of relatively superposed long leaved record and carbon leaves in transfer re
continuous traveler record and transfer strips. lation with each other, the carbon strip having
positioned in inscription transfer relation with apertures arranged at intervals therealong in
each other, each of said record and transfer strips wardly removed from each of its opposite lat 70
having longitudinally spaced‘ transverse division eral edges to provide zones of face-tq-face di
lines dividing the respective strips into a series of rect contact of adjacent worksheet strips with
leaves so as to form sets of record and transfer each other extending'longitudinally of the pile;
leaves, said division lines being arranged‘ in said apertures of the carbon strips extending
respectively across said division lines and lying '
75 groups along the assembly, and pairs of strip se
50 apertures arranged in a longitudinal series and
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on both sides of the latter, and means located
along said pile and in said zones of direct con
spaced from the respective grip forming aper
tact for securing the adjacent worksheet strips
together and holding the carbon strip captive in
the pile.
selectively gripped to the exclusion of the others.
10. A manifolding assembly including, in com
bination, a plurality of relatively superposed con
tinuous record strips, a plurality of continuous
transfer strips interleaved in transfer relation
with said record strips, said record and transfer
strips each having a longitudinal series of trans
verse weakened division lines dividing the respec 10
' a 8. A manifolding assembly‘ including, in com
bination, a plurality of relatively superposed con
tinuous strips, each having a series of transverse
division lines dividing the respective strips into
10 a series of leaves and forming a series of sets
of relatively superposed leaves, one or more of
tures whereby one or more of said leaves may be
tive strip into a series of leaves and forming a
the intermediate continuous strips having lon~ series of sets of relatively superposed record and
gitudinally spaced selective grip forming aper
transfer leaves, said transfer strips having lon
tures positioned only in the vicinity‘ of alternate gitudinally spaced selective grip forming aper
15 division lines thereoffsaid apertures being in
tures positioned only in the vicinity of the al 15
wardly spaced from each of the longitudinal strip ternate division lines thereof, said record strips
edges and being normally surrounded by the strip also having longitudinally spaced selective grip
material, fastening means attaching together forming apertures positioned only in the vicinity
strips above and below said intermediate strip of alternate division lines thereof but being 1on
20 and longitudinally spaced and located respective ,gitudinally spaced in the assembly from the ?rst
20
ly .within said apertures, said apertures opening mentioned grip forming apertures, said apertures
through the edges of the respective leaves so that of the record and transfer strips being entirely
the fastening means may pass therefrom when a“ surrounded by strip material and opening through
set of leaves is divided along said division lines, the edges of the respective leaves intermediate
25 and a selective grip formation in each said set
the opposite lateral edges thereof, fastening 25
of leaves spaced from the respective grip form
means attaching together the record strips at
ing apertures whereby the intermediate leaf of different points along the assembly and located
a severed set may be selectively ‘gripped to the
exclusion of .the leaves which are attached to-v
30 gether by said fastening means.
9, A manifolding assembly including, in com
bination, a plurality of relatively superposed con
tinuous strim, each having a series of transverse
division lines dividing the respective strips into
a series of leaves and forming a series of sets
of relatively superposed, leaves, one or more
of the intermediate continuous strips having
longitudinally spaced selective grip forming ap
ertures positioned only in the vicinity of al
40 ternate division lines thereof and being inward
ly spaced from each of the opposite longitudinal
strip edges, said grip forming apertures extend
ing to both of the opposite sides of the respective
division lines, fastening means attaching together
45 strips above and below said intermediate strip
and longitudinally spaced and located respective
ly within said apertures, a plurality of said fas
tening means separate and independent of each
respectively within said apertures of the trans
fer strips, and fastening means attaching to
gether said transfer strips at different points 30
along the assembly and located respectively with
in said apertures of the record strips.
11. A manifolding assembly having a plurality
of relatively superposed continuous strips including a plurality of continuous record strips and
at least one continuous transfer strip interleaved
in transfer relation with the record strips, each
of said record and transfer strips having a series
of transverse division lines dividing the respective
strips into a series of leaves so as to form a series 40
of sets of relatively superposed record leaves with.
at least one transfer leaf in each set, the strips
of said assembly being formed with selective grip
forming apertures arranged in sets and the aper
tures of each set being in superposed relation 45
with each other, said apertures being provided
only in the vicinity of alternate ‘division lines in
the respective strips, and each extending across
and lying on both sides of the respective division
other being within the respective apertures and
spaced both forwardly and rearwardly of said lines, each of said apertures being wholly closed
division lines, said apertures opening through the by the strip material and being spaced inwardly
edges of the respective leaves so that the fasten ’ from the opposite longitudinal edges of the re
ing means at each side of’ said division lines spective strips, and the apertures of the super
may pass freely from the aperture when a set of: posed sets being provided only in alternate strips
depthwise of the assembly.
55 leaves is divided along the dividing lines, and a
selective grip formation in each said set of leaves
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WILLIAM A. PRINGLE.
‘CERTIFICATE OF CORRECTION.
Patent No. 2,108,510(,
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February 15, 1958.
WILLIAM A, PRINGLE‘
It is hereby certified that error appears in the printed specification
' of the above numbered patent requiring correction 'as follows: Page 3, second‘
column, lines 71 ,to ‘FL; inclusive, claim 1, strike out the words "selectively
‘attached directly to and securing together a part only of said securing
means attached directly to a part only of said" and insert instead attached
directly to a part only of said; and‘ that the. said Letters Patent should
I be read with this correction therein "that the same may conform to the record
I of the case in the Patent Office.
Signed and sealed this 28th day of’ June, Af D. 1958. ‘
Henry Van Arsdale, ‘
.(Sea1)
Acting Commissioner of Patents,
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