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Aug. 13, 1946.
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2,405,797
SOAPSTQNE HOLDER
Filed Feb. 21, 1944‘
Inventor
2,405,797
Patented Aug. 13, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,405,797
SOAPSTONE HOLDER
Alvin A. Plut, Ponca City, Okla.
Application February 21, 1944, Serial No. 523,377
1 Claim. (01. 120-13)
1
This invention relates to a device for holding
a stick of soap stone.
'
.
An important object of the invention is to pro
tect the soap stone from breaking.
Another object is to permit the stick to pro
gressively be extended from the holder.
Another object is to provide a holder that pre
2
end the bent down portion 4 which due to the
pressure caused by the body I at its forward end
5 will cause the portion 4 to frictionally hold the
stick 2 ?rmly within the body I.
The spring element 3 is, preferably, made of
ordinary ?at spring material.
‘
The slot 50. in the body 1 permits of the back
and forward movement of the spring 3 thereby
sents a simple and e?icient means to enable the
rendering ready adjustment of the stick 2.
user to readily manipulate the stick.
Another object is to de?nitely anchor the stick 10 A knob or handle 6 may be screwed into or
otherwise attached to the spring 3.
in the holder at any desired position.
It is believed, that from the foregoing, a thor
Another object is to provide an extremely sim
ough understanding of my invention and the ad
ple compact holder capable of holding the stick
vantages thereof may be acquired.
until practically all of it has been used.
Other objects of the invention will be apparent 15 Having described the invention, what is
claimed as new is:
from a reading of the speci?cation and reference
In a holder for a soap-stone, a casing, rectan—
to the drawing, in which like numerals refer to
gular in cross-sectional con?guration and having
similar parts throughout the several views:
an open end through which said soap-stone is
Figure 1 is a top elevation.
Figure 2 is a side elevation.
20 adapted to project, and a slot in one side thereof,
a leaf spring positioned adjacent said slot within
Figure 3 is a longitudinal sectional view of Fig
said casing, a ?ange formed at one end of said
ures 1 and 2', and.
spring inwardly turned with respect to said cas
Figure 4 is a detail view of the spring element.
ing, adapted to be secured in said soap-stone, a
With iron workers, welders, pipe ?tters, etc.,
their dif?culty has been in preventing the stick 25 projection secured to said spring at an intermedi
ate point extending outwardly from Said casing
from breaking and also in having too much wast
through‘ said slot, and a knob at the end of said
age of the stick.
projection of a diameter greater than the width
In Figures 1, 2, and 3, the numeral l indicates
of said slot whereby movement of said knob acts
the body of the holder. The numeral 2 indicates
the stick of soap stone which, by reference to Fig 80 through said spring and said ?ange to move said
soap-stone inwardly and outwardly with respect
ure 3, may be clearly observed in its normal
to said casing.
position.
ALVIN A. PLUT.
The spring element 3, Figure 4, having at one
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