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H. R. svEGÀL
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2,119,248
vRAZOR
Filed April 25, 193s
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May 31,1938.
2,119,248
H. R. SEGAL
RAZOR
Filed April 25, 1936
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May 31, 1938.
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Patented May 31, ,193s
UNITED STATES
PATENT ol-‘FlcE
2,119,248
RAZOR
Hyman R. Segal, New York, N. Y.
Application April 25, 1936, Serial No. 76,297
(Cl. 30-43)
Another object is that of providing an improved
-This invention relates to a structurally and
6 Claims.
functionally improved razor, and in its more spe
cific aspects aims to provide an apparatus of
this character which will function as a clipping
form of blade mounting' an operating mecha
nism.
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An additional object is that of providing an
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apparatus which will embody a relatively simple
r`construction
capable of being manufactured and
It is well appreciated by those skilled in the
art that numerous attempts have been made to assembled at a comparatively nominal figure.
develop a power driven razor. A form which, in Moreover, the several units of the apparatus may,
certain respects, has «been most satisfactory has with facility, be disassembled for cleaning or
been that in which a guard has been included renewal purposes, and may thereupon be reas
for the purpose of being pressed against the skin sembled by relatively unskilled persons.
or shearing mechanism.
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of the user and which guard has housed a gen
erally reciprocable type of blade. This blade has
embraced a large number of teeth or projections,
it the side edges of whichwere sharpened. The
guard has similarly included a large number of
spaced elements, each having sharpened edges`
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which cooperated with the edges of the blade
projections, so that as the blade was reciprocated
within the guard a shearing action would occur..
Various forms of this apparatus have appeared
upon the market, and it has been customary to
mount the guard and blade assembly upon a head
portion coupled to `a handle. The latter has been
hollow and has enclosed a motor which, when
energized, has served to reciprocate the blade or
otherwise suitably move the same with respect to
the guard.
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Aside from other objections, one major diñ'ì
30 culty which has been present in an apparatus of
this nature has „been that the user, in pressing
Áthe guard against the skin, has caused the skin
to wrinkle under the guard, as a consequence of
which the hair or whiskers have tended to as
sume positions parallel to the skin surface. -As a
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With these and other objects in mind, refer
ence is had to the attachedsheets of drawings
illustrating practical embodiments of the inven
tion, and in which:
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Fig. 1 is a plan view of the razor;
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Fig. 2 is a sectional side view_ thereof taken
along the lines i-i and in the direction of the
arrows >as indicated in Fig. 1;
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Fig. 3 is a sectional bottom plan view taken
along the lines t--i and in the» direction of _the
arrows is viewed in Fig. 2;
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Fig. 4 is a side elevation of the head unit;4
Fig. 5 is a sectional -front view taken along
the lines 5-‘5 and in the direction of the arrows 25
as indicated in Fig. 2;
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Fig. 6 is a ltransverse sectional view Vof a head
and showing a slightly different form of construc
tion from that illustrated in the preceding
views;
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Fig. 'l is a perspective view of the blade embod
ied in the' apparatus illustrated in. Fig. 6 ; `
Fig. 8 is a plan view of a different form of
head which may be utilized;
Figs. 9 and 10 are sectional views taken along ‘ 35
the lines 9_9 and lll-_lll and in the direction
‘ result of this4 it has been necessary for the user
to repeatedly traverse the skin surface .in order - of the arrows as indicated in Fig. 8;
vto effectively remove the stubble.
This has
, >served. generally to discredit the apparatus in the
Veyes of the public.
It is accordingly an object of the invention to
furnish a unit of this character byl means of
which the skin will be maintained ina condition
such that at points adjacent the guard the hairs
45 or whiskers will be properly presented to the cut
ting apparatus. Accordingly, the latter will sever
, the stubble without it being necessary that the
voperator traverse a great number of times the
surface which is to becleaned.
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50 ‘ " Still another object is that of providing an ap
paratus, the use of which will tend to stimulate
` the skin so Vthat if the latter is in improper con
Fig. 11 is a side elevation of a blade as embod
ied in the ‘apparatus illustrated in Figs. 8, 9 and
10;
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Figs. 12, 13, and 14 show' alternative forms of
head which may be employed;
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Fig. 15 isa plan view of still another form of
head;
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' Fig. 16 is a transversesectional view taken 45
along the lines lli-_I6 and in the direction of
the arrows as indicated in Fig. 15; and
Fig. 17 shows a further form of driving mech
anism which may be associated with the head.
Referring primarily to Figs. v1 to 5, it will be 50
observed that the numeral 2U indicates a handle
which may be hollow, and within which a motor `
dition, repeated use of the apparatus will serve A2| may be housed. §01? course, a more remote ,
form of drive maybe present,1but vin lany,` event
to improve its texture as well as the general firm
' ness of face `ilesh.-
there extends from the handle 2_0 a driving
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member which may take the form of a clutch
element 22. The upper end of the handle may
define a socket` portion 2_3, into which a casing
24 may extend, and within which it may be
locked, for example, by a set-screw or bolt 26.
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39 supports a worm '4| which meshes with the
teeth of gears 42, disposed one to each side of
the shaft 39 and adjacent the upper end there
Yof. 'I'hese gears are mounted upon housing 24,
The casing 24 provides part of‘ the razor head,
and is formed with a longitudinal bore 26, which
receives a blade body 21. As shown especially
carried by shafts 44, rotatablysupported in ex,tensions 46, forming a part of the housing 24.
in’Fig. 2, this body is in the form of a tube hav
ing an eccentrically disposed bóre and formed
with a slot 28 in line with the area where mini
_mum material would normally be present. Ad
jacent the slot the body,21 is formed with arcu
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and their teleth mesh with the teeth of gears 43,
These shafts carry rollers 46 at points in line
with the shearing structure, and it is here to be
understood that these rollers may be of any de 10
sired diameter and formed of any convenient
material.
Finally, it will be noted that with a
view to driving shaft 31, the latter presents ad
ately extending projections 29, the opposite side jacent its inner end a gear 41, the teeth of which
edges of which are sharpened to provide cutting are engaged by a roller 46'secured to shaft 32. 15
edge portions. 'I‘he blade body fits the bore 26 ~
As a consequence of this construction, it will
rather snugly, but care should be taken in ma
be appreciated that as shaft 32 rotates, shaft
chining the parts, so that vthere is no danger 31 will be driven to drive shaft 39, and according
of binding between the parts.
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ly rotate rollers 46. The direction of rotation of
The housing 24 at a point adjacent its outer the rollers will be opposed and outwardly. Con
end provides a guard portion which, in the em
sequently, an operator pressing the head of the
bodiment under consideration, takes the form of apparatus against a surface to be shaved, will
a pair of comb portions 30 spaced from each ñnd that the rollers will tend to stretch and
other and presenting comb teeth, the side edges tension the'area of skin between the same. In
of which are ground or otherwise treated to view of this, the stubble will tend to remain in a 25
present cutting edge portions.' While thev blade position substantially perpendicular to the sur
may be moved in numerous different manners, it face of the skin, and will thus be engaged by is preferred, in the construction as illustrated in the shearing mechanism and severed from the
Figs. l to 5, that it be moved in an oscillatory surface. Moreover, as the apparatus is moving
manner in a path having an ß-shaped configura
'over the surface, it will necessarily be found that 30
tion. To this end, a plate 3l maybe positioned the flesh is massaged and the circulation through
within the housing and rotatably support a shaft the skin stimulated. This is true to an ex‘tent
32, the endv of which presents an eccentrically such that regular use“ of the apparatus serves to
disposed pin 33 riding withiny an opening 34 condition and tone up the entire facial tissues.
formed in the blade body 21. The shaft 32 has As a consequence of the oscillatory motion given
its lower end terminating in a clutch element 36, the blade body and the fact that the hair is pre
cooperative with the portion or element 22 when sented in 'proper position to the guard structure,
the parts are assembled. Consequently, with the surface to be shaved is quickly cleaned. Re- . '
the motor or other driving element operating, the moval of the cap 36 permits any severed hair
blade body 21 will be oscillated around its axis within .the bore vof 'the bladeto be readily re 40
and at the same time reciprocated within bore moved. Thus, an extremely eiiicient and de
26. Consequently, the edges of the comb teeth sirable form of mechanism is provided.
and projections 29 will cooperate to effect a
If, instead of an oscillatory movement, a
shearing action on hair_which enters the spaces straight reciprocation of the blade with respect to
between the teeth' of the combs and extends be
the guard structure is desired, this may be 45
low the same to a degree sufiìcient for the co
achieved by, for ._example, using the structure il
operating edge portions or projections 23 to act
thereon, In this connection, it is, of course, to
lustrated in Figs. 6 and '1. In these views a
mechanism similar to that aforedescribed is
presented. However, a pin 46" is associated with
the lhousing 24 and rides within a groove 46 50
formed in the blade body 21. Accordingly, the
crank 33, in turning, reciprocates within a trans
, be appreciated that a minimum of material is
to be left adjacent the. outer end of the guard,
so that the shearing structure may cooperate to
maximum advantage with the hair to be re
moved. Additionally, as illustrated, the end of
bore 26 may be closed by a cap 36, which latter
55 may be removed for the >purpose of permitting
a discharge of any matter accumulated within
such bore, and especially within the hollow por
tion of the blade body.
It is one of the primary objects of the present
invention to assure a maximum of coaction be
tween the shaving implement and the surface
which is to be cleaned. To this end, it is pro
posed to tension 'such surface. While-within
the purview of the present invention-struc
65 tures may be devised which extend adjacent the
shearing zone and which will not be power Ádriven
to effect this result, it is preferred that a power
driven mechanism be employed. To this end,
as shown especially in Figs. 2 and 5, the plate
70 _31 may mount a shaft 31, which extends beyond
the housing 24. At this point the shaft supports
' a worm 33.
Extending adjacent the worm, and
exterior-ly of the housing, .is a shaft 33, which
1 mounts at its lower end a gear 43, to be driven
by the worm 33. Adjacent its upper end, 'shaft
verse groove 66 formed in such body and causes
the latter to merely reciprocate.
Now referring to the form of construction; illus 55
trated in Figs. 8 to 1l, it will be observed that
there is illustrated a shaving apparatus which
is of especial utility for use in removing hair
from inaccessible surfaces such as from under
the arm-pits and other concave surfaces. To 60
this end, the operating surface of the razor pre
sents an outer configuration corresponding to a
fragment of a sphere. As illustrated, it includes
a guard 5I in the form of a convex body, and
-one edge portion of which is preferably shaped to 65
provide a comb portion 62, the teeth edges of
which 4are sharpened to present shearing sur
faces. 'I'his body may have a central stud 63,
which serves to movably mount a blade 66 in
spaced relationship to the guard 6I. This blade, 70
as especially shown in Fig. 11, has teeth 66, the
side edges of which are sharpened or beveled to
cooperate to maximum advantage with the ad
jacent surfaces of. the comb projections. The
blade may be formed with a central opening 75
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Vwithin which the bosses 53 project, as well as
openings 51 spaced from the central opening andÁ
through which fastening elements such as screws
~ 58 may extend. The blade is also-formed with
an opening 58 within which `a pin 59 rides. - VThis
only a single roller has been employed, it being
the intention that the skin shall be stretched
between this roller andthe remote edge of theI
guard. Thus, the numeral .8l indicates a roller
which by means of gears 82 and 83 may be turned '
pin is ecc-entrically mounted upon the end of
with respect to the raàor head. In common with
a- shaft 69 housed within the body or handle- 6I
ofthe guard. The inner end of the shaft is cou
pled to a universal joint 62, which may in turn
the constructions previously described, the gear ’
83 may be turned‘by a worm 84 mounted by a
_be coupled to a shaft 63 mounted, for example,
in anti-friotional bearings 64 and having, if de
sired, a clutch part 65, by means of Vwhich it may
be coupled to an immediately adjacent motor or
to a remote source of power drive.
The blade is
shaft 85, in turn supporting a worm-wheel 86
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driven by a worm 81.
Now referring tothe apparatus as illustrated
in Figs. 16 and 1'1, it will be noted that in-this
view the rollers have been dispensed with, al
though it will be equally apparent that rollers
element is presented which will readily cooperate
might be employed if this were desired. In lieu 15
of the vrollers a double guard yand cutting mecha
nisrn has been employed,- and these guards may be
arranged in tangential planes so as to cooperate
to best advantage with the surface to be shaved.
In these views, the numeral 88 indicates a drive 20
shaft which serves to rotate a pin 89 through av
circular path. This pin rides- in a groove corre
to maximum advantage with surfaces which are
sponding to the construction presented in Figs.
overlain by a plate 66 through which the fasten
ing elements 58 extend and which plate serves not
alone to protect the shearing edge of the blade
but also functions to maintain the blade against
accidental displacement.
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`It is obvious in operation that, due to the fact
that the blade is in effect a spherical section, an
6, '1 and 13 and which forms a part of a blade
element 65 or its equivalent 'causes‘the pin 59 to , body 98 disposed within a guard structure 9|. 25
move through a circular path, thus oscillating the , The housing providing this structure is continued
blade 55 to exert a shearing effect. If desired as at 92 to form the second guard structure, and
and as illustrated, the `blade 66 may have a pin the latter may also present a bore to receive a
61 which extends into a recess centrally disposed blade 'body 93 which, if desired, may be con
with reference to the boss 53 and serving to main-` stantly pressed to proper position as, for example, 30
« under the urging of a resilientl' supported block
tain the parts in assembled relationship.
Now referring to the form of apparatus shown 94. A simultaneous driving of both blades may
in Fig. 12, it will be noted that a' handle has vbe -ass'ured in a number of different manners.
been indicated at 68 and with which a head _may ` For example, as shown, a slot may exist between
be removably associated.- This head includes a the adjacent blade'surfaces and Ithrough the 35
r normally inaccessible.
Rotation of the clutch
housing, this slot accommodatinga pin 95 rigidly
guard and face contacting‘portion 69 correspond
ing to portion 30 heretofore described and below 'secured to the blade `body 99 and coupling the
which a blade may be moved in any suitable Vman
ner. Rollers 10 are mounted at points beyond
the guard 69 and are driven by gears 1l meshing
with the teeth of gears 12.~ The latter are driven
by a roller 13 secured ‘to a shaft 14.v 'I'his shaft
same against movement with respect to the blad
body 93.
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Thus, as’the drive is operated, both blades will 40
be moved in unison. The guard’ structures will
successively traverse a surface to be shaved, and
, has a worm-wheel 15 coupled to it, and which ‘ in thisn manner stubble will be removed Aat- a
-materially accelerated rate. Incident to the
stretching action to which the skin will be sub 45
fore described in connection with Figs. 1 to '7. jected i_n having this head pass over it, it is ob
However, it will be observed that by the con
vious thatthe rollers may be dispensed with, al
wheel is driven by a worm 16.
'I'his form of »
drive corresponds generally to the drive hereto
struction proposed in Fig. 12, the gears'may be
disposed to a maximum extent so that there will
be little if any danger of their catching in the
' hair or skin. Of coursefunder any circumstances
itis proposed to properly encase these gears, al
; though for the sake of simplicitythis has> not
been illustrated in the drawings.
In the form of apparatus shown in Fig. 13,
' substantially the same construction as illustrated
though-as afore brought out-one or more of
these elements might be »employed if desired.
Referring tothe construction shown in Fig. 17, so
itwill be observed that a slightly simpler form
of drive has been illustrated than is presented
in certain of the preceding views. This drive
has been shown uncovered, although it is intended
that a protecting casing shall be employed. The 55
drive‘includes a shaft 95 rotatably supported ad- “
in Fig. 12 has been employed. However, it will ' jacent the side face of head- 96 and driven by a
primarily be observed in this view that the hous- ’ worm-wheel 91. This shaft, adjacent its upper
ing or head 11 is angularly offset with respect to end, `carries a, worm` 98, theV teeth of which mesh
the handle. Certain users desire that the. guard with gears 99, coupled to shafts secured to roll 60
or skin contacting surface be thus exposed, »and ers |08. It is apparent that as the parts are
it is with this in mind that. this construction has
been adopted. It is, of course, apparent that, driven, the rollers will be moved in opposite direc- 4
under these circumstances, a form ofuniversal tions, to thus tension the‘skin.
joint 18 should preferably be employed to couple
the motor shaft or continuation'thereof to the
drive shaft associated with the head. Also, .the
’ While in the preceding views, for the sake of 65
, avoiding undue prolixity and illustration, various '
alternative forms of construction have not been
clutch element 19 extending from the latter shaft illustrated, it will be apparent that within the
should preferably be guided as, for example, by _ purview of the appended claims various types of
a vconñning member 80. As illustrated, the blade
maybe mounted merely for reclprocation inthe
manner heretofore described in connection with'
Figs. 6 'and _7. Also', it will be understood that
the blade might be moved in any desired manner.
In the form of apparatus shown in Fig. 14,
mechanism might be devised; Also, if, in cer 70
tain instances, it were desired to have the plane
of the rollers beyond or below the plane of the
guard, this might readily be resorted to.v In any
event, among others, the several objects of vthe
invention as specifically aforenoted are achieved. 75
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Having thus described the invention. what is
claimed is: `
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sion a surface 'from which hair is‘io be removed by
said mechanism, and means coupling said motor
with said tensioning means i'or constantly oper
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1. A razor including a head, a severing mecha
ating the latter.v
"nism associated with said head, rotatable sur
face tensioning mechanism also associated with
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4. A razor including a head, a shearing mecha
nism, associated with said head, a roller movably
>said head and arranged in advance and to the
rear of the same, means for rotating the diiferent
'tensioning means'in opposed and outward direc
tions with respect to said head, and means com
supported adjacent said mechanism and to con
tact and tension a surface from which hair is to
be removed, and a motor coupled to' said roller
.mon to said last named means and said severing
and said mechanism to constantly operate both
»mechanism i'or simultaneously >operating the
of the same.
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y5. A razor including a head, a shearing mecha
nism associated with said head, a roller movably
Same.
2. A razor including a head, a shearing mecha-v
nism associated with said«head and movable with supported adjacent said mechanism and to lcon
respect thereto, drive means extending within _ tact and tension a surface from which hair is vto
said head and connected Vto said mechanism to be removed, and a motor connected to both said
move the latter with respect to said head, a pair f mechanism and roller to cause the operating sur
~face of the latter to constantly move in a direc
of rotatable surface tensioning elements -dis
posed adjacent said head and in advance and to tion away from said mechanism and to also con
20 the- rear of said mechanism, means common to stantly operate said mechanism.v
6. A razor including a head, a shearing mecha
said elements for rotating the same in opposed
directions, and means connecting said last named nisml associated therewith, apair of rollers mov
ably mounted in advance and to the rear of said
mechanism and to contact and tension a surface.
from which hair is to be removed, and a motor’
driving means to said ilrst named drive within
said head.
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3. A razor including a head, a shearing mecha
nism associated therewith, a motor for constantly
operating said mechanism,'rotatable means mov
ably coupled to said head and to contact and ten
connected to both said rollers and mechanism for
constantly operating al1 o1- the same.
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I-IYMAN R. SEGAL.
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