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'March 22, 1938.
N. GOLD
2,112,086
APPARATUS FOR MAKING NECKTIES
Filed Dec. 4, 1956
_ NATHAN EULD
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Patented Mar. 22, 1938
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APPARATUS FOR MAKING NECKTIES
Nathan Gold, Portland, Oreg.
Application December 4, 1936, Serial No. 114,243
4 Claims. (Cl. 33-11)
This invention relates to a means for laying
out necktie material, and has for its principal ob
ject the provision of positive locating means for
accurately positioning and maintaining patterns
for cutting the material with the least amount of
Waste.
This same means also serves as a double
check on the layout operation by providing a
guide for each of two» edges of the patterns and
the material cut in accordance therewith.
Another object is the provision of additional
means for accurately arranging the necktie ma»
terial in'parallel relation to the cutting table.
slidable abutment, generally indicated at I2, and ‘
consisting of a main body portion l3 having a
?ange l4 extending downwardly and into sliding
engagement with the guide bar 3. The remainder
of the body portion of the abutment extends in- ,5’
wardly over the top of the table and is mounted
by means of a spacer block I5 to a plate 16. ‘ Su
perimposed upon the inwardly turned portion of
the main body is a swingable bail member I‘! piv
otally mounted, as at l8, to a spacer block l9 1O
mounted upon the body member. These spacer
blocks, of course, may be of various thicknesses
for vertical adjustment of the bail member. The
These and other objects will appear as my in
vention is more fully hereinafter described in ' block l9 that carries the bail member is also
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‘the accompanying drawing and ?nally pointed
out in the appended claims.
‘ In the drawing:
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Figure 1 is a perspective-fragmentary view of
anelongatedtable, or support, for laying out and
cutting the necktie material.
Figure 2 is an end elevation of Figure 1.
Figure 3 is a fragmentary plan view of Fig
ure 1.
Referring now more particularly to the draw
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Reference numeral 1 indicates an elongated ta
ble top supported by any number of suitable legs
2. Along one side of the table top, I mount a
guide bar 3.
The bar is slightly spaced from
30 the side wall of the table by means of spacers 4
which may be varied in thickness to compensate
for any irregularities or warpage in the side of
the table so that the bar 8 may be maintained at
absolute right angles to guide cords 5 arranged
35 transversely of the table and removably secured
to the sides thereof, by any suitable means, such
for instance, as the posts 6 and hinges l.
The necktie material to be cut is indicated at 8
and is smoothly spread out lengthwise of the
40 table as shown.
In arranging the material on
the table it is important that its edges be in par
allel relation to the sides of the table. The guide
cords 5 are provided for this purpose and any
pattern or design in the material, as well as the
45 weft thereof, running transversely of the mate
rial may be quickly and conveniently aligned with
the guide cords to arrange the edges of the ma
terial in parallel relation to the side edges of
the table as aforesaid. Thus arranged, the ma
50 terial is ready to receive any number of patterns,
generally indicated at 9,.which abut each other
as shown to provide substantially parallel edges
adjustably mounted to the body member by 15
means of bolts l9a extending through elongated
slots I91). This permits of inward or outward ad
justment of the bail member.
When applying the guide to the table and the
material to be cut, the plate I6 is first inserted N) 0
beneath the material and then advanced until
the downwardly turned ?ange l4 abuts the guide
rail 3. Following this, a number of suitable
Weights are placed upon the patterns at various
points and also at a point directly above the
plate I6. These weights maintain the patterns
in place and also prevent the abutment l2 from
moving away from the guide bar 3. When the
cutting operation begins, the operator presses
his body against the flange l4 and maintains the
guide in proper working relation to the guide bar,
patterns and material.
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To properly locate the diagonal edges 20 of
the‘ patterns, I provide an adjustable guide mem—'
ber, generally indicated at 2|, which consists of
an angularly shaped body member 22 having a
downwardly turned ?ange 23 adapted for wiping
contact with the guide bar 3. Extending out
wardly from the main body andat right angles
thereto, is an arm 24 to which is adjustably
mounted, as'at 25, a cross arm 26 which is piv
oted at its end, as at 27, to a link 28 which is
pivoted, as at 29, to the arm 25. These arms are
adjustably and pivotally inter-connected so that
the angle A between them may be increased or 4
decreased to accommodate the particular angular
formation or arrangement of the patterns being
used.
The patterns shown in Figures 1 and 3 are of.
more or less conventional design and consist of
one portion 30 used to cut out material for the
of the patterns‘ in parallel relation to the edges
large end of a tie, and another portion 3| used
for cutting out material for the small end of the
tie. Each set consists of two portions, as afore
55 of the material and the guide bar 3, I provide a
said, which when placed together form parallel
l0 and II. As a means for locating the edge H
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edges 32 and 33, and it is important that these
edges in each set be maintained parallel when a
number of sets are placed side by side in the di
rection of the length of the table, as shown. In
methods heretofore used for laying out patterns,
the operator would guide himself by guess work
in endeavoring to maintain the pattern’s edges
parallel with each other as aforesaid, and their
other edges parallel with the material being cut.
Having thus described the invention, what I
claim as new and desire to protect by Letters
Patent, is:
1. Apparatus for laying out necktie material
and applying patterns thereto, consisting of a
?at working surface, means slidably mounted
along one edge of the working surface for receiv
ing two contiguous edges of patterns being dealt
with, and guide elements arranged transversely
10 In the absence of any positive means for guid
of the working surface for aligning necktie ma
ing, positioning and maintaining the patterns in
proper relation to the work being dealt with, as
aforesaid, such methods resulted in great in
accuracies and considerable waste of material,
15 not only due to the insufficiency of the means
for accomplishing the work, as aforesaid, but
also because of the slippage between, and distor
tion of, the number of sheets of material which
terial therewith.
are usually stacked one above the other so that a
20 number of pieces may be cut out with one cutting.
Applicant’s guiding and stabilizing means over
come all the objectionable features of the old
methods heretofore used by providing a positive
guide and abutment for two angularly disposed
25 edges of the patterns. By means of these guides,
the edges of the patterns may be ?rmly pressed
against, and maintained in alignment with, the
horizontal and transverse guides. The edge of
the material is also maintained in its parallel
2. Apparatus for laying out necktie material
and applying patterns thereto, consisting of a
flat working surface having two parallel edges,
means slidably mounted along one of the edges 15
for receiving two contiguous edges of patterns
placed upon the material, and guide elements
arranged transversely of the working surface.
3. Apparatus for laying out necktie material
and applying patterns thereto, consisting of a 20
flat working surface, two independent means slid
ably mounted along one edge of the working sur
face to form guides for the patterns, one of said
means forming an abutment for the edge of the
patterns parallel to the edge of the working sur
face and the other means serving as an abutment
for the edges of the patterns arranged obliquely
thereto, and guide elements arranged transversely
I‘! whose bottom edge bears against the material
and whose front face forms the abutment for
of the working surface for aligning necktie ma
terial with respect thereto.
4. Apparatus for laying out necktie material
and applying patterns thereto, consisting of a
the patterns.
flat working surface having two parallel edges,
30 relation to the table by means of the bail member
While I have shown a particular form of em
bodiment of my invention, I am aware that many
minor changes therein will readily suggest them
selves to others skilled in the art without de
parting from the spirit and scope of my inven
tion.
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means slidably mounted along one ofv the edges
for receiving two contiguous edges of patterns
placed upon the material, and guide elements
arranged transversely of the working surface for
aligning the necktie material therewith.
NATHAN GOLD.
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