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June 28, 1938.
E. L. FRANTZ
2,122,201
ATTACHMENT FOR HAI‘R WAVING MACHINES
Filed Augf24, 1937
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ATTACHMENT FOR HAIR wAvING MACHINES
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Patented June 28, 1938
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UNITED STATES PATENT
2,122,201
ATTACHMENT FOR HAIR WAVIN
MACHINES
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Edna L. Frantz, Slatington, Pa.
Application August 24, 1937, Serial No. 160,692
2 Claims. (Cl. 132-36)
This invention relates broadly to permanent
hair waving machines and more particularly to
an attachment therefor for relieving the head of
the patron of the weight of the electrical heating
5 element and the electric wires connected thereto;
and the invention together with its objects and
advantages will be best understood from a study
0f the following description taken in connection
with the accompanying drawings wherein:
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Figure l is a side elevational View of an electric
permanent hair waving machine illustrating the
application of the invention thereto.
Figure 2 is a top plan view of the machine.
Figure 3 is a bottom plan View of the attach
15 ment, and
Figure 4 is an end elevational view of the at
tachment.
Referring to the drawings by reference numer
als it will be seen that 5 indicates generally a con
20 ventional electric permanent hair waving ma
chine, and more speciñcally the well-known
standard “Bonat” waving machine, which latter
includes among other parts a base 5 having a
longitudinally adjustable standard B arising there
from on which is mounted the bracket 'I suppo-rt
25 ing the machine proper. The machine proper, in
dicated by the reference numeral 8 includes
among other parts electrical plugs 9 from which
lead wires Ill. Attached to the lower or free ends
oi' the wires I0 are the electrical heaters I I which
3 are applied to the hair of the patron in the process
of permanently waving the hair of the patron.
The invention per se is in the form of a support
I2 that is mounted on the bottom side of the ma
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chine 8 and consists, in the present instance, of an
elongated channel member I3 the sides of which
are provided with outstanding integral hooks I4.
Intermediate its ends the member I2 is provided
with an opening I5 to accommodate a bolt or other
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suitable fastening element I6 through the medium
of which the attachment I2 is secured to the under
side of the machine to extend diametrically
thereof.
The projections I 4 integral with the sides of the
the bills of which curve in a direction facing the
bills of the ñrst mentioned series of hooks to
gether with an intermediate hook I4’. In this
connection it will be noted that the bill of the
hook I4' on one side of the device I3 faces in a
direction opposite to the bill of the hook I4’ on
the opposite side of the member I3.
Such an arrangement has been found to- be most
convenient for engaging the wires Il) at opposite
sides of the machine with the said hooks, it being 10
understood that the wires are wrapped about the
hooks so that the wires are held comparatively
taut to the end that the weight of the wires and
the electrical heating elements on the free ends of
the wires is relieved from the head of the patron. 15
Thus it will be seen that with this attachment
the major portion of the weight of the heating
element is carried by the attachment to the greater
comfort of the patron in the application of the
hair waving process with the result that the op
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erator of the permanent hair waving machine
may administer the permanent wave with greater
facility and eñiciency.
It will also be understood that the holder I 2
may be formed of metal or other suitable mate 25
rial.
It is thought that a clear‘understanding of the
construction, utility and advantages of a hair
waving machine attachment of the character em
bodied in the present invention may be had with
out a more detailed description.
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I-Iaving thus described the invention what is
claimed as new isz
l. In combination with an electric permanent
hair waving machine including a circular head 35
having electric wires extending downwardly from
the periphery thereof and heating elements elec
trically connected with the free ends of said wires,
a supporting member mounted diametrically on
said head at the under side thereof and provided 40
at opposite sides with laterally extending projec
tions positioned inwardly of the marginal edges of
which the wires Iü are engaged by being wrapped
the head with which said wires are engaged in a
manner to center the heating elements over the
head of the patron and to relieve the weight of 45
the wires and the heating elements from the head
therearound to an extent sufficient to so suspend
the heating elements II from the attachment I2
as to relieve the head of the patron from the com
waving machines comprising a channel-shaped
channel member I3 are in the form of hooks with
bined weight of the heating elements II and the
50 wires I0.
While the hooks III may be arranged as found
desirable, it will be noted that at the present in
stance a longitudinal series of seven hooks extend
from each side of the member I3 and include a
55 series of three hooks the bills of which curve in
one direction and a second series of three hooks
of the patron.
2. An attachment for electric permanent hair
member adapted to be bolted to the under side of 50
the machine to extend transversely thereof and
having a series of suspension hooks extending
laterally from opposite sides thereof for support
ing and centering the heading elements of the
machine over the head of the user.
EDNA L. FRANTZ.
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