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Aug- 23, 1938. c. w. HUBER v 2,128,147 PAPERHANGER’S TABLE ATTACHMENT Filed May 4, 1957 Charles Haze/4 ATTORNEY 2,128,147 Fatented Aug. 23, 1938 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,128,147 PAPERHANGER’S T'ABLE ATTACHMENT‘ Charles William Huber, St. Louis, Mo. Application May 4, 1937, Serial No. 140,771 1 Claim. (Cl. 164-41) The invention relates to a paperhanger’s table attachment and more especially to a wall paper roll hanger and cutter attachment for paste tables. The primary object of the invention is the pro vision of an attachment of this character, where in the same is adapted for arrangement at one end of a paperhanger’s paste table for support ing a roll of wall paper so that the paper can. be 10 conveniently unwound from the roll thereof and coacts with the said blade ‘I for the. severing or cutting of the paper when unwound from the roll B into the desired length for the pasting of the paper on a wall in accordance with the size thereof. The uprights 6 and 6' are ?tted with horizon tally arranged journaling pegs M which are spaced from each other the required distance and arranged opposite to one another so that the roll B can be journaled thereon and rotatably held 10 between the uprights 6 and 6' to allow of theun winding of the paper and the training of the laid across the top of the table for the application of paste thereto and thereafter the cutting of same upwardly and over the blade ‘I and the top such paper into the desired length and thus as 8 of the table A in. proper fashion for the appli suring the convenient handling of the same. Another object of the invention is the provision ' cation of paste to such‘ paper when resting upon 15 15 the top of the said table. The movable blade II of an attachment of this character, which is ex tremely simple. in its construction, readily and is normally at rest upon the guide Hi to be ele easily handled for association with a paste table vated the required distance from the blade 1 for used by paperhangers, reliable and efficient in the free passage of the paper between these blades and the training of a determined length of operation, and inexpensive to manufacture. such paper over the top 8 of the table A. When With these and other objects in view, the in vention consists in the features of construction, a determined length of paper has been pulled combination and arrangement of parts as will be from the roll B and trained in a manner as before hereinafter more fully described, illustrated in stated such paper can be cut by the lowering of the accompanying drawing, which discloses the the movable knife. II and its coaction with the 25 2 preferred embodiment of the invention and blade 1, the paste being applied to the paper in the usual well-known manner when supported by pointed out in the claim hereunto appended. the table A. The inset 9 in the upright 6' affords In the accompanying drawing: 3 3 Figure 1 is an elevation of the attachment con structed in accordance with the invention. Figure 2 is a fragmentary front elevation of‘ a paste table showing the attachment in vertical section on the line 2--2 of Figure 1 looking in the direction of the arrows and arranged associated with said table. Similar reference characters indicate corre sponding parts throughout the several-views in the drawing. Referring to the drawing in detail, A desig 40 nates generally a portion of a paste table for use by paperhangers in applying paste to Wall paper and B a roll of wall paper while C is the attach ment constituting the present invention and hereinafter fully described. 45 The attachment comprises a stand in the form of a rack and involves a base 5 from which rise spaced uprights 6 and 6’ carrying at their upper ends a stationary cutter blade ‘I which is horizon tally disposed and at an elevation so that its uppermost face will be in the same plane or flush 5O with the upper face of the top 8 of the table A. The foremost upright 6' next to the blade ‘I is provided with an inset 9 while pivoted to the in nermost end at Ill is the innermost end of’ a mov able cutter blade II which at its outermost end is provided with a hand grip l2 extended for wardly beyond the front end of the blade 1 while upstanding from the said blade "I is a combined guide and rest I3 for the movable blade II which a clearance for an operator to handle the paper when unwound from the roll B for the training thereof over the blade ‘I and onto the. top 8 of the table A. The blade ‘I of the cutter involving the movable blade II is made fast to the uprights 6 and 6' by brackets IS. The attachment is held in close 35 relation to one end of the table A and ?xed there to by a suitable attaching device l6 although it may be independent of the table and supported next thereto from a foundation or floor support ing said table. 40 What is claimed is: An attachment for a paperhanger’s table hav ing a top comprising a base strip, uprights ?xed to and rising vertically from said strip, an. inset in one of the uprights at the upper portion there 45 of, pegs ?tting said uprights and constituting op posed journals for wall paper rolls, a stationary cutting blade ?xed to the upper ends of said up rights and overhanging the inset portion of one of the same, a movable blade connected with the 50 stationary blade and operating vertically for co operative cutting action therebetween, and an attaching bracket ?xed to the stationary blade at the connection of the movable blade therewith for separable attachment with the table top for 55 the holding of said blades in juxtaposition to the top with the lower stationary blade substantially ?ush with the said top. > CHARLES WILLIAM HUBER.