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.Aug. 20, 1940
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IRONING BOARD
Filed Oct. '7, 1944
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Patented Aug. 20, 1946
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SATES PATENT OFFICE
2,406,050
IRONIN G BOARD
Max Tronic, Worcester, Mass.
Application October '7, 1944, Serial No. 557,642
2 Claims.
(Cl. 38-137)
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2
This invention relates to ironing boards of col
lapsible construction and particularly to small
link l4 and is thus held against the ?ange 26 as
its end 22 approaches the opening 21.
The shifting of the board H from folded to
raised and locked position thus requires only a
simple swinging upward movement of the board,
and no attention whatever need be given to the
boards adapted for use in pressing or ironing
light work, such as sleeves, baby garments, etc.
It is the general object of my invention to
provide an improved and simpli?ed construction
in such an ironing board, which construction is
operation of the brace 20 as it moves automati
cally to locking position.
economical to manufacture and is reliable and
satisfactory in use.
When the board is to be folded, the end 22
An important feature of my invention relates 10 of the brace 20 may be lifted manually out of the
to the provision of an improved locking device
opening 2?, after which the board I! may be
by which the board will be automatically locked
swung downward and to the left in Fig. 2 to the
in raised or working position when moved
folded dotted line position.
thereto.
Having thus described my invention and the
My invention also relates to arrangements and 15 advantages thereof, I do not wish to be limited
combinations of parts which will be hereinafter
to the details herein disclosed, otherwise than as
described and more particularly pointed out in
set forth in the claims, but what I claim is:
the appended claims.
1. A folding ironing-board comprising a base,
A preferred form of the invention is shown in
a board, parallel links connecting said board in
the drawing, in which
20 swinging relation to said base, a brace rod piv
Fig. 1 is a plan view of my improved ironing
oted at the under side of said board and having
board;
a down-turned locking end, and a guide-plate
Fig. 2 is a side elevation thereof; and
on said base having an angularly disposed guid
Fig. 3 is an enlarged view of a locking plate.
ing ?ange for said brace and having an opening
Referring to the drawing, my improved iron 25 to receive the locking end of said brace when
said board is in raised and operative position,
ing board comprises a base I 0 to which a board
said guiding ?ange being positioned to be en
II is secured by parallel links l2 and Ill. These
gaged by said locking end and to automatically
links are preferably in the form of open rec
direct said locking end transversely of said guide
tangular wire frames, secured to the base I0 and
to the board H by staples or other fastening de 30 plate into said opening as the board is raised to
operative position.
vices I5.
2. A folding ironing-board comprising a base,
A brace 20 is pivoted at 2| to the under side
a board, parallel links connecting said board in
of the board I l and is provided with a down
swinging relation to said base, a brace rod piv
turned or olTset locking end portion 22. A spring
23 engages the brace 20 and forces the end 22 of
the brace ?rmly downward against a locking plate -
25 (Fig. 3). The plate 25 has a guiding ?ange
oted at the under side of said board and having
a down-turned locking end, and a guide~plate
on said base having an angularly disposed guid
ing ?ange for the lower end of said brace rod and
having an opening to receive the locking end
of said brace rod, said guiding ?ange and a side
portion of one of said parallel links engaging said
brace rod on opposite sides thereof and coacting
by such lateral engagement therewith to auto
26 on one edge thereof and is provided with an
opening 21 to receive the end 22 of the brace.
.As the board II is swung upward from the
dotted to the full line position in Fig. 2, the end
22 of the brace 20 slides along the plate 25 and
is directed by the ?ange 26 to the opening 21
into which it snaps as the board is fully raised.
matically direct said locking end into said open
On its near side, as viewed in Fig. 2, the brace 45 ing as the board is raised to operative position.
20 engages an upright portion of the right-hand
MAX TRONIC.
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