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Aug- 9, 1938' _ w. I.‘ CHASE 2,126,617 . CABINET Filed Nov. s, 1936 INVENTOR. U1 LIHPI lBY ; HHSE ( ATTORNEYS. Patented Aug. 9, 1938 2,126,617 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,126,617 CABINET William I. Chase, Los Angeles, Calif. Application November 6, 1936, Serial No. 109,586 5 10 15 ~0 2 Claims. (CI. 45-77) This invention relates to improvements in cab bear the numerals 2d and 2% respectively. A inets and has particular reference to a cabinet drawer 2'! has a slider 28 similar to the slider containing a plurality of drawers which may be [6. This drawer 21, however, does not carry installed wherever the same may be needed. rollers H but is supported upon rollers Ed. The A further object is to produce a device wherein slider 28 slides upon the rod 3|, which corre- 5 the drawers are slidably supported in such a sponds to the rod 12, The remaining drawers, manner that the weight within the drawers will designated by the numerals 32 and 33, are simi be evenly distributed. larly supported and, therefore, do not need any A further object is to provide means whereby further description. the drawers may be guided during the sliding op It will be apparent from the above description 10 eration. that when the drawers are pulled outwardly, as A further object is to provide means for limit shown at the top‘ of Fig. 2, that the sliders l6 ing the withdrawal of the drawer. and 28 will move upon the rods l2 and Si until A further object is to produce a drawer wherein the same abut the bearings H and 2d, and that the same will slide easily. the bottom of the drawers will roll upon the rollers Other objects and advantages will be apparent I1 and 29; and as a consequence, the drawers will during the course of the following description. be smooth in operation. If desired, the shelves In the accompanying drawing forming a part 23 may be bent upwardly along the sides of the of this speci?cation and in which like numerals drawers so as to further act as guides. are employed to designate like parts throughout It is to be understood that the form of my in the same, vention herewith shown and described is to be Fig. 1 is a perspective view of a sink, having my taken as a preferred example of the same and that drawers applied thereto; Fig, 2 is an enlarged detailed cross sectional view taken on the line 2-2 of Fig. 1; and Fig. 3 is a cross sectional view taken on the line 3-—3 of Fig. 2. Ordinarily, a drawer is supported only along its side edges, which permits the drawer to bind 30 upon the sides, if the same is twisted in any man ner. Also, the entire weight within the drawer is carried upon the side edges; and there is no means of limiting the amount of withdrawal. Therefore, I have provided a device which will 35 overcome these difficulties. In the accompanying drawing wherein for the purpose of illustration is shown a preferred em bodiment of my invention, the numeral 5 desig nates the floor of the cabinet; the numeral 6, the 40 back wall; and the numerals ‘l and 8, the side walls. Mounted upon the floor 5 are bearings 9 and II, the bearing 9 being adjacent the wall 6, and the bearing ll, adjacent the forward part of the cabinet. A rod l2 has threaded engage 45 ment with the bearing 9 and may be rotated various changes relative to the material, size, shape and arrangement of parts may be resorted to without departing from the spirit of the inven tion or the scope of the subjoined claims. Having thus described my invention, I claim2 1. In a cabinet of the class described compris ing a plurality of transverse supporting rods, a plurality of shelves having clips engaging said rods, bearings arranged upon said shelves, guide rods positioned in said bearings, rollers positioned on the outer edges of said shelves, drawers hav ing sliders thereon engaging said guide rods, and the forward ends of said drawers engaging said rollers, whereby when said drawers are drawn outwardly said sliders engage the inner surface of said bearings to limit the outward movement of said drawers. 2. In a cabinet of the class described, a plu rality of transverse supporting rods, a plurality of shelves arranged in said cabinet and having clips engaging said rods, bearings arranged upon the front and rear of said shelves, the rear bear through the medium of a kerf I3. At I4 I have ing being threaded, guide rods positioned in said bearings and threaded into said rear bearing, shown a drawer having a slider l6 formed upon rollers positioned on the outer edges of said the bottom thereof and having rollers ll secured to the forward edge of the drawer and on oppo 50 site sides thereof. Positioned above the drawer M are cross rods l8 and I9, which are engaged by clips 2| and 22 carried on the under side of a shelf 23, This shelf supports bearings similar to the bearings 9 and II, before referred to, and I); shelves, drawers having sliders arranged under their rear ends and engaging said guide rods, the forward ends of said drawers engaging said 50 rollers, and means for limiting the outward move ment of said drawers. WILLIAM I. CHASE‘.