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May 10, 1938»
vJ. c. GATES '
2,116,568
sTENcIL CARD HOLDER
Filed June 2'?, 1956
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Patented May 10, 1938
A 2,115,568;
UNITED STATE-s PATENrol-‘FICE ’
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2,116,568 ' `
STENCIL CARD HOLDER
John C. Gates,` Downers Grove, Ill., assignor to
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New
York, N. Y., a corporation of New York
. Application June 27, 1936, 'serial No. `87,688 `
(o1. 281-44)
This invention relates to stencil card holders, treated paper to be inscribed-when the holder is u
`3 Claims.
and more particularly to a device for holding a
stencil card or the like while it is being inscribed.
It is an object of the present invention to pro
5 víde a simple, inexpensive holder for holding
stencil cards or the like while they are being‘ln-l
scribed.
I
I
In accordance with one embodiment of the in
vention a holder is formed of a pair of fiat plates
10 spaced apart and adapted to receive a stencil in
guides positioned between the plates. One of the
plates has an aperture therein through which
in use. Secured to the underside of the plate I I,
by means of rivets `22, lare av stop member 23 Vand
guide members“ and 25 which serve to locate
the stencil card I1 inthe proper position under
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the aperture in plate Il. . Also riveted to the un
derside of the plate II are` a `pair of L-s’haped
members 26 and 21 which «are spaced from the
plate II by the guide members 24- and 25, respec-`
tively. `The L-shaped members have. a portion 10
thereof extending toward the aperture `211 in` a
manner such `that they will support` the `>stencil
extends an extending portion of a table which is
cards I1 in loose engagement with the under sur
resiliently suspended between the plates and un
der a stencil card held by the guides, so that,
when the holder is laid on a table or held in one
face of the top plate II.
Resiliently suspended beneath the aperture 20 15
is a table indicated generally by the numeral 28.
hand in position to inscribe the stencil with a
This table is composed of a metal plate 29 and a
stylus, the table will be forced up against the
clamping plate 30. The metal plate 29 has por
stencil card and will form a suitable surface for
tions 3| and 32 thereof bent downwardly to which
the card which, when in position in the guides
has a portion thereof engaged by the table and
exposed through an aperture in the other plate.
A better understanding of the invention will
be had by reference to the following speciiication,
25 considered in conjunction with the accompany
a spring 33 and a wire 34 may be secured. 'I‘he
other ends of the spring 33 and wire 34 are se
cured to the bent over portions of the L-shaped
20
ing drawing, wherein
Fig. 1 is a plan View of a holder embodying the
features of the invention;
Figs. 2 and 3 are left and right end views, re
30 speotively, of the holder shown in Fig. 1;
Fig. 4 is an enlarged fragmentary sectional
view taken on the line 4--4 of Fig. 1 in the direc
tion of the arrows, and
Fig. 5 is an enlarged sectional view taken on
the line 5-5 of Fig. 1 in the direction of the ar
rows.
Referring now to the drawing wherein like
reference characters designate the same parts
throughout the several views, there is shown in
Fig. l a holder for stencil plates designated gen
erally by the numeral I 9, comprised of a top plate
II and a bottom plate I2 spaced apart by spacer
bars I3 and I4, which serve to hold the plates in
spaced relation, the top plate Il being secured
45 thereto by rivets I5 and the bottom plate I2 be'
ing held in place by screws (not shown). The
top plate is cut away, as shown at I6, to permit
the insertion in the holder of a stencil card I1
of conventional form made up of a rectangular
50 border of heavy paper or cardboard I8 having
a sheet of chemically treated paper I9 supported
within the border.
An aperture 20‘ is formed in the top plate II
and has its longitudinal edges beveled, as shown
in 5 at 2l, for delineating the area of the chemically
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members 21 and 2B, respectively. 'I’he clamping
plate 3U and metal plate 29 are secured together
by means of a screw 35 brazed to the metal plate 25
29 and extending through an aperture 36 in the
clamping plate and having threaded thereon a
tubular member 31 which bears against the lower
surface of the clamping plate. The tubular
member 31 extends through an aperture 38 in
the bottom plate, and when the holder is placed
upon a table, or other flat surface, or when it is
held in the hand in a position convenient for in
scribing the stencil plate, the tubular member 31
will force the table 28 upwardly into engagement
with the chemically treated paper I9 of the
stencil card I1 to hold the paper tightly against
the upper plate. As it is usual, in inscribing such
stencil cards, to provide a roughened base upon
which the card may be placed to make the in
scription more clear cut, a roughened. Celluloid
sheet 49 is fixed to the top of the metal plate 29
to provide a suitable surface for backing up the
paper I9.
The ends of the sheet are folded over
the table 28 and around the depending portions 45
thereof and clamped in place by the clamping
plate BID. Thus the tubular member 31 serves as
a nut 'for tightening the clamping plate as well
as serving as an operating member for the table.
It will be apparent that the spring 33 will
normally hold the table 28 in such a positionthat a stencil card may easily be inserted in the
holder. However, when the holder is used for
inscribing the stencil card, it will either be laid
upon a dat surface or held in the left hand of 55
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the person inscribing the stencil, and in either
engagement with the plate including a roughened
of these positions pressure Will be exerted upon
the tubular member 31 to move the table up
wardly, thereby providing a suitable surface upon
which the paper of the stencil card will be posi
tioned. Obviously, the aperture 20 could be po
member for engaging the stencil, a table for sup
porting the roughened member, a clamping mem
ber for holding the roughened member on the
table, and means for adjusting said clamping
member.
sitioned in any desired position or have any
2. A stencil holder comprising a pair of spaced
desired contour for limiting the space in which
inscriptions could be made on the stencil card.
Although a specific embodiment of the inven
10
tion has been described in detail, it will be under
stood that many modiñcations may be made
Without departing from the scope of the inven
tion which is to be limited only by the appended
15 claims. In the claims the term “stencil” is em
plates, each having an aperture therein, and
means suspended between said plates and having
a member extending through one plate operable
to move a stencil card into engagement with
the other plate adjacent to said aperture therein.
3. A device for holding a stencil While it is
inscribed, comprising a top plate having an aper
ture therein, the edges of which delineate the
ployed for convenience to designate the article
upon Which the writing or inscription is made
but it is not intended that the claims be limited
area of the stencil in which an inscription may
to use only with articles known in commerce as
20 stencil cards.
means secured to said top plate for holding a
stencil in position under said plate and over the
bottom plate, means supported by said last men
tioned means and operable to force the portion
of the stencil to be inscribed into engagement
What is claimed is:
1. A device for holding a stencil While it is
inscribed including a plate having an aperture
therein, the edges of Which delineate the area
25 of the stencil in which an inscription may be
made, means secured to said plate for holding
a stencil in position under said plate, means
supported by said last mentioned means and
operable to force the portion of the stencil to
30 be inscribed into engagement with the plate ad
jacent to the edges of said aperture, said means
operable to force the portion to be inscribed into
be made, a bottom plate having an aperture
therein and being spaced from said top plate,
with the top plate adjacent to the edges of said
aperture, including a roughened member for en
gaging the stencil, a table for supporting said
roughened member, a clamping member for hold
ing the roughened member on the table, and
means for adjusting said clamping member, said
adjusting means extending through the aperture 30
in the bottom plate.
JOHN C. GATES.
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