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J. LEFKOWITZ
2,114,742
I IRON SUPPORT
Filed Feb. 17, 1937
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Patented Apr. 19, 1938
UNITED STATES
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Joseph Lefkowitz, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Application February 17, 1937, Serial No. 126,269
4 Claims. (Cl. 38—96)
The present invention relates to supports for
electric irons and has for its principal object to
provide a device of this character detachably se~
cured to one of the handle straps of the iron and
adapted to support the iron upon its side in an
elevated position.
A further object of the. invention. is to provide
an adjustable clamping member for clamping the
support to the handle strap of the iron and capa
10 ble of accommodating handle straps of various
widths and thicknesses.
A still further object is to provide a device of
this character of simple and practical construc
tion, strong and durable, ef?cient and reliable in
performance, relatively inexpensive to manufac
ture, easy to install in operative: position upon the
iron and otherwise well adapted for the purposes
for which the same is intended.
Other objects and advantages reside in the de~
tails of construction and operation as more fully
hereinafter described and claimed, reference be
ing had to the accompanying drawings forming
part hereof, wherein like numerals refer to like
parts throughout and in which:
Figure. l is a side elevational View of an electric
iron showing the support in position thereon.
Figure 2 is a. front elevational View showing the
iron in supported position.
Figure 3 is a sectional View through one of the
handle straps taken substantially on a line 3-3
of Figure 1.
Figure 4 is a top plan View of the support re
moved from the iron.
Figure 5 is an end elevational View of the sleeve
forming part of the clamping member.
Figure 6 is a side elevational view of a modi?ed
form of support.
Figure 7 is a top plan view thereof.
Figure 8 is an end elevational View.
Referring now to the drawings in detail, where
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in for the purpose of illustration I have disclosed
a preferred embodiment of the invention, the nu
meral 5 designates an electric iron of conven
tional construction which includes a handle t
5 connected to the iron by a strap member ‘i’.
rI‘he support comprises an arm 3 of strap ma
terial having a slotted opening 9 through which
extends a carriage bolt iii having a head it en»
gaging one edge of the forward strap l of the
iron, the opposite edge of the strap resting upon
a shoulder I2 formed on one side of a sleeve i3
mounted upon the bolt.
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As more clearly illustrated in Figure 3 of the
drawings the shoulder i2 is cut at an. acute angle
UK 5 relative to the longitudinal axis of the sleeve and
a portion. of the side wall of the sleeve is cut out
as shown at M to enable the strap l to lie flatly
against the shank of the bolt Ill. The end of the
sleeve opposite from. the cut out portion is pro
vided with teeth [5 in biting engagement with the
arm 8 to prevent slipping of the arm after having
been secured in adjusted position. The end. of
the bolt is provided with a wing nut ll for se~
curing the parts in clamped position as illustrated
in Figures 2 and 3 of the drawings.
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The rear end of the arm 8 is formed with a
right angularly extending portion l8 projecting
outwardly toward the side of the iron and termi
nating in a pair of spaced parallel legs 69 and
2E!‘ formed on the. upper and lower edges of the 15
section it and extending longitudinally in out
wardly spaced relation from the. side of the iron
as will be clearly apparent from an inspection of
Figure 2 of the drawings. The leg 20 also ex
tends downwardly toward the base of the iron to 20
properly cooperate with the leg E9 in supporting
the iron. in a balanced elevated position.
The support formed of the arm 8, right angle
section l8 and the spaced parallel legs it) and Eli
may be constructed integrally as shown in Fig- 25
ures l, 2 and 4, or these parts may be formed of
separate elements. as shown in the modi?ed form
of the invention illustrated in Figures 6, '7 and 8.
In this modi?ed form, the arm is designated by
the numeral 2! and includes the parallel end por
tions 22 and 23 connected by the right angle sec~
tion 24. The end 22 is provided with the slot 25
and the end 23 is formed with oppositely bent up
lugs 26 and 2? clamping the intermediate side
portions 28 of the open frame 29 therebetween. 35
The ends of the frame are bent outwardly from
the iron to formv the parallel legs 35} and. 3!.
It is. believed the details of construction and
operation of the device Will be clearly apparent
from the foregoing without further detail ex
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planation thereof.
Having thus described the invention what I
claim is:—
1. An iron support comprising a pair of spaced
parallel legs projecting laterally from one side of 45
the iron, and having supporting edges extending
longitudinally of the iron, said iron having a pair
of handle straps, an- arm having a slotted opening,
said arm. being offset longitudinally from the leg
in the direction of the iron. and a clamping mem 60
ber adjustably positioned in the opening and de
tachably securing the arm to one of the handle
straps of the iron to adjust the arm and legs
longitudinally with respect to the iron.
2. An iron support comprising a pair of spaced 55
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parallel legs projecting laterally from one side
of the iron, and having supporting edges extend
ing longitudinally of the iron, said iron having a
pair of handle straps, an arm extending forward
ly of the legs having a slotted opening, said arm
being offset longitudinally from the leg in the di
rection of the iron, a bolt adjustably positioned in
the opening and having a head in clamping en
gagement with one edge of one of the handle
10 straps of the iron to adjust the'legs longitudinally
with respect to the iron, a sleeve mounted. on the
bolt having a shoulder in clamping engagement
with the opposite edge of said strap and means
for securing the arm‘ on the bolt and securing the
15 sleeve and bolt in clamping position.
3. A support for an iron having a pair of handle
straps comprising a pair of spaced parallel legs
projecting laterally from one side of the iron
and extending longitudinally thereof, an arm ex
20 tending forwardly of the legs having a slotted
opening, a bolt adjustably'positioned in the open
ing and having a head in clamping engagement
with one edge of one of the handle straps of the
iron, to adjust the legs longitudinally with re
spect to the iron, a sleeve mounted on the bolt 5
having a shoulder in clamping engagement with
the opposite edge of said strap, friction clutch
means between the sleeve and arm, and a nut
carried by the bolt securing the arm and sleeve
thereon.
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4. A support for an iron having a pair of handle
straps comprising an arm having its ends offset,
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means for clamping one of said ends of the arm
to the handle strap of the iron, an open frame
member having parallel ends bent to form a pair 15
of supporting legs, and lugs on the other of said
ends of the arm engaging an intermediate por—
tion of said frame to secure the same to said arm.
JOSEPH LEFKOWITZ.
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