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‘Oct. 4,‘ 1938.
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w, F. SIMONSON
LOADING
BOARD
Filed. Feb. 4, 1937
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MAL/AM F J/MOMSOM
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ATTORNEYS.
Oct. 4, 1938.
w. F. S‘IMONSON
2,131,922
LOADING BOARD
Filed Feb. 4, 1957
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MAL/AM E S/MQA/JON
INVENTOR.
WITNESS.’
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ATTORNEYS.
‘Patented. Oct. 4, 1938
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“lilvilliam RsiinOnsbn, Forest Hills, N. _Y.
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-. Application February 4, 1937, ‘Serial No. 124,018
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Claims.
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This invention relates to new'and useful im
provements
forth-‘writing attachments for
typewriting machines of the general type dis
closed in my co-pending applications Serial Num
bers 693,048 and 124,019, and more particularly
it pertains to a novel means which I term a load
ing‘board and which is employed to interleave
the several transfer sheets of a carbon pack, such
for example as is illustrated generally in my co
pending application Serial Number 88,969, with
relation to'a plurality of superimposed forms or
sheets to be Written upon.
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The forms generally employed in bill writing
machines are of the type known as continuous '
15 and consist of relatively long strips of paper
superimposed upon one another.
In the manifold writing of such forms,‘ consid
erable difficulty is experienced in properly posi
tioning the transfer or carbon sheets between
20 the several strips of paper which constitute the
forms‘and it is the primary object of the pres
ent. invention to provide a device which will
greatly facilitate this operation.‘
It is‘ a further object of the invention to pro
25 vide a device which is entirely separate from
the typewriting or billing machine and which is
preferably completely removed therefrom when
the device is not in use. '
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It is a further object of the invention .so to
construct the device that it may be readily at
tached to and detached from a conventional
typewriting machine.
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Other objects of the invention will appear as
the nature of the invention is better understood.
and reference will now be had to the accompany
ing drawings, in which;
' Figure l is a perspective view of a device con
structed in accordance with the present inven
tion,
Figure 2 is .a perspective view illustrating the
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there are two ‘hQOk members I102 fwhich, when‘
the device is placed‘in ‘operative position vas ile
lustrated in Figures 2 and 3, are adapted to
engage around the side members of the frame
30 of the device illustrated in my co-pending
application Serial Number 124,019, heretofore re
ferred to, and as illustrated at I03. in Figures 4
and 5. Adjacent each of its side edges and posi
tioned near the upper edge IOI of the body I00,
there are pins I00 and adjacent one of these pins
I04 the side edge of the body is notched as at
I05. Secured preferably to the‘ under side of
the body I00 and extending upwardly and across
thetop thereof in spaced relation with said top,
there is a retaining arm I01, the free end of which 16
is bent slightly upward as at I08.
When it is desired to position the carbon pack
or transfer sheets of a carbon pack between the
forms of a form strip, the loading board is placed
upon the typewriting machine as described and
as illustratedin Figures 2 to 5, inclusive. A car-'
bon pack such as disclosed in my co-pending
application Serial ‘Number 88,969, together with
its carrier 16 of the carbon pack is next placed
upon the loading board with the pins I04 there
of received in the openings 60 of the carrier. The
left hand resilient clip 82 is next removed and
the entire group or set of transfer sheets 69 is
folded over upon the right hand side, as illus
trated in Figure 2. The form strip is next fed 30
along and beneath the arm I 01 to the position
shown‘ in Figure 3 with the form strip lying upon
the loading board. Next, all but the bottom
form sheet are raised from the loading board
after which a carbon sheet may be folded over
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as indicated in Figure 3, and in this manner the
transfer or carbon sheets may be positioned sin;
gly between the strips of the form sheets until
the carbon pack is properly positioned with re
lation to the form strip, after which the entire
device attached to a conventional typewriting assembly is removed from‘ the loading board and . 40
machine,
g the loading board removed from the typewriting
Figure 3 is a perspective view illustrating the
manner in which the device is used,
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Figure 4 is a view'in side elevation on an en
larged scale showing the manner of use,
Figure 5 is a top plan view of the device as
illustrated in’ Figure 4,
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Figure 6 is a fragmentary sectional view, and;
Figure 7 is a detail sectional view taken sub?
stantially on the line 'I—'! of Figure 5.
The ‘device comprises a supporting table in
the form of a rectangular body I00 formed from
metal, wood, ?bre, or other suitable material.
Projecting from the upper edge IOI of the body
machine.
From the foregoing it will be apparent that
the present invention provides a new and im
45
proved device particularly useful in the inter- '
leaving of carbon or transfer sheets between a
plurality of superimposed forms with ease and
facility.
While the invention has been herein disclosed 50
in its preferred form, it is not to be limited. to
the speci?c construction herein shown and it
may be practiced in other forms without depart
ing from the spirit and scope of the appended
claims.
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Having thus described the invention, what is
claimed as new, is:
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1. A loading board comprising a supporting
table of general rectangular form and having a
notch in one of its side edges, a pair of spaced
attaching hooks projecting from one edge of the
table, and a retaining arm overlying the table
in spaced relation with the top face thereof.
2. A loading board comprising a supporting
10 table of general rectangular form and having a
notch in one of its side edges, a pair of spaced
attaching hooks projecting from one edge of the
table, a retaining arm overlying the table in
spaced relation to the top face thereof, and a
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pair of positioning pins projecting from the top
face of the table.
3. A loading board comprising a’ supporting
table of general rectangular form, said table
having a notch in one of its side edges, a pair of
spaced attaching hooks projecting from one edge
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of the table, and a pair of positioning pins pro
jecting from the top face of the table, one of
said positioning pins being closely adjacent said
notch.
4. A loading board comprising a supporting
table of general rectangular form, said table
having a notch in one of its side edges, means
for detachably attaching said table to a type
writing machine and a plurality of positioning
pins projecting from the top face of the support—
ing table.
5. A loading board comprising a supporting 10
table of general rectangular form, said table
having a notch in one of its side edges near its
upper end, means for attaching said loading
board to a typewriting machine, a plurality of
positioning pins projecting from the top face of 15
the supporting table, there being one position
ing pin at each side of the supporting table one
of which is closely adjacent the aforementioned
notch, and a retaining arm extending trans
versely of the supporting table.
WILLIAM F. SIMONSON.
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