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July 9, 1946.
I G.VH. ELWELL
2,403,712
SLIDE LOOPS
Filed Oct. 26, ,1944 '
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2,403,712
Patented July 9, 1946 I
UNITED STATES PATIENT OFFICE
2,403,712
SLIDE LOOP
George Henry Elwell, New Haven, Conn., assignor
to Eastern Tool and Manufacturing Company, ‘
Bloom?eld, N. J ., a corporation
‘
Application October 26, 1944, Serial No. 560,442
‘
1 Claim.
(Cl. 24-73)
1
This invention relates to slide loops, the physi
cal combination of a slide adapted to be secured
toa strap for longitudinal adjustment thereon,
' and a button loop adapted to be clipped over a ‘
button carried by the garment to be thereby sup
ported. In providing a slide for a slide loop, the
2
termediate bar to the wire loop 6, thus dividing
the‘ loop 6 into a pair of loops in a common plane,
the open area of each loop depending upon the
position of the bar l0 relative to the loop 6.
,
In use, the device may be threaded upon a strap
S by inserting from the rear of the device an end
of the strap S into the wire loop 6 above the
more limited strap passage above and below an
sliding bar 10, su?icient space therefor being
intermediate bar, dividing a rectangular open
‘obtained
by sliding one member relative to the
area of the slide into a‘pai'r of loops in a common
other member so that the bar I0 is thereby car
plane, the better the grip of the device upon the 10 ried
as far as possible toward the- lower bar por
strap threaded therein, but the more difficult the
tions 4 and 5 of the wire member. With the strap
threading. The invention herein disclosed elimi
thus positioned,rthe said end is drawn over the
nates such di?iculty.
bar I0 and returned through the wire loop 6
Referring to the accompanying drawing the
below the bar In, su?icient space therefor'being
Figure 1 illustrates a face upright view of the 15 obtained by relatively sliding the members ‘A and
device in one relative axially sliding position of
B so that the bar l0 crowds the strap S at its
parts; Figure 2 is a cross-sectional view on the
portion lying between the upper wire bar I and
line 2-—2 of the Figure 1, illustrating in outline
the bar 10. The strap S then being made taut
an inserted strap; and Figure 3 is a similar cross
the device, all strain in an axial direction
sectional view, but illustrating in outline a strap 20 within
caused’ by- the Weight of a garment carrying a
in the process of insertion.
‘
With more particular reference to the accom
panying drawing, the numeral‘ I designates the
button (not illustrated) inserted and retained
within the button loops H and II’, respectively,
will be supported by the binding of the strap S
upper bar of the wire member A of the device a
between the bar It) and the wire bar portions 4
central ‘portion of which may be ?attened in the 25
and 5.
.
vplane of the device, if desired, as at I’, the wire
If desired, the teeth l0’ may be omitted upon
member A including the side bars 2 and 3 and
the bar In, and the lower bar portions‘ 4 and 5
the lower bar portions 4 and 5 substantially
may be made to relatively engage in alignment,
parallel to the upper bar I, thereby providing a '
nearly complete rectangular loop 6. In order to 30 one with the other, and butt welded so as to
provide a solid frame for the loop 6.
conveniently dispose of the out free ends of the
I claim:
7
bar portions 4 and 5, these ends may be prefer
A slide loop comprising a sheet-stock cross
ably bent axially away from the loop 6 in spaced
bar of a button receiving and retaining device,
relation and parallel one to the other as, at V1
the cross-bar having a lower central straight edge
and 8.
and a toothed edge upon either side thereof and
The other member B of the device is prefer
curved
lugs at the extremities of said cross-bar,
ably of sheet-material having a perforation
therethrough of which the upper portion provides a
said curved lugs slidingly supporting therein, in
the plane of the sheet-stock cross-bar, wire side
an elongated strap loop 9 having an upper bar
Ill, said upper portion being merged with a lower 4-0 bars of an open rectangular loop, said side bars
portion providing a button-receiving loop II and
a button-retaining loop II’.
I , The wire and sheet-material members Aland
B are assembled by means of a pair of lugs 12
integrally depending at right angles from oppo
site ends of an upper wire cross-bar, and the lower
end of each side bar'extending inwardly toward
one another in relatively spaced alignment and
and I2’ provided by the sheet-material member 45 terminating in depending extremities in planes
parallel to said side bars, the sheet-stock toothed
in substantial alignment with the upper bar I0
edges being adapted to engagingly'rest upon said’
and formed around the side bars 2 and 3, respec
relatively aligned wire portions upon one sliding
tively, of the wire member in a manner permit
position of said side bars within said lugs.
ting a relatively sliding movement as between
the members, so that the upper bar III of the 50»
sheet-material member B provides a sliding in
GEORGE HENRY ELWELL
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