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R. LAEL 2,111,452 CONVEYER STAND Filed NOV. 20, 1956 BY ATTORNEY 2,111,452 Patented Mar. 15, 1938 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFIQE 2,111,452 CONVEYER STAND Ralph Lael, Lenoir, N. 0. Application November 20, 1936, Serial No. 111,946 1 Claim. (Cl. 248-851) This invention relates to stands‘ especially adapted for use in furniture factories employing endless conveyers for the conveying of head and foot ends of beds and like furniture and has for mon practice to employ an endless conveyer, as shown at l , for conveying the bed ends in an up 5 the primary object, the provision of a simple and subject them to damage by cha?ng against the right position the conveyer leaning against a guide rail 2. This way of handling bed ends inexpensive device which may be easily and quick- ' guide rail 2 and thereby destroys the finish. To prevent damage to the ?nish my invention can ly adapted to a head or foot end of a bed to en gage with the conveyer guide rail to support said head or foot end and prevent the latter from con 10 tacting the guide rail and thereby obviate the danger of damaging or injuring the ?nish of the head or foot end during its movement by the conveyer, With these and other objects in view, this in 15 vention consists in certain novel features of con struction, combination and arrangement of parts to be hereinafter more fully described and claimed. ‘ For a complete understanding of my invention, 20 reference is to be had to the following description and accompanying drawing, in which Figure 1 is a side elevation illustrating a stand constructed in accordance with my invention. Figure 2 is a fragmentary front elevation illus 25 trating a bed end equipped with my invention. Figure 3 is an end elevation illustrating the same. Figure 4 is a fragmentary sectional view show ing the connection of my invention to the bed 30 end. Figure 5 is a fragmentary perspective view showing my invention adapted to a bed end and the latter located on an endless conveyer. In the manufacture of bed ends it is a com be readily adapted to a bed end and consists of a bar 3 to which is secured a plate 4. The plate 4 is located adjacent one end of the bar 3 and is provided with notches 5 and 6. Bed ends are provided with grooves ‘I to receive ends of side rails of the bed and have located therein an choring pins 8. In adapting my invention to the bed end the plate A is positioned in the recess 1 with the pins 8 occupying positions within the notches 5. The bar 3 then parallels the bed end and comes in contact with the rail 2 when the bed end is supported by the conveyer. It is- to be understood that a pair of devices constructed in accordance with my invention is adapted ‘to a single bed end, as shown in Figure 5. Stands of the character shown and described can be easily adapted to a bed end and removed therefrom after the removal of the bed ends from 25 ' the conveyer. Having described the invention, 1' claim: A stand comprising a bar and a plate secured to the bar adjacent one end and having notches to engage with anchoring pins of a bed end for 30 detachably securing the bar to said bed end and with the bar extending in parallelism with the bed end. RALPH LAEL.