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Sept. ‘10, 1946.
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G. STEV'ENS
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MASON'S
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GUIDE
Filed Jan. 29, 1945
Geo/yeINVENTOR,
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Patented Sept. 10, 1946
2,407,389
UNITED STATESv PATENT OFFICE
27,407,389
MASON ’S GUIDE I
George Stevens, Campbell, Ohio, assignor of one
third to Pete Parthemos, Youngstown, Ohio
Application January 29, 1945, Serial No. 575,147
2 Claims.
1
( Cl. 33-—86)
This invention relates to a mason’s guide and
more particularly to devices for establishing a
line between corners of masonry construction by
which the mason may be guided in laying subse
quent layers of masonry.
The principal object of the invention is the pro
vision of a pair of spring tensioned guide line
brackets thereto with a section of guide line to
establish a mason’s guide.
A further object of the invention is the provi 10
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masonry wall under construction and illustrating
a pair of the mason’s guides in position thereon
holding a guide line therebetween.
By referring to'the drawing and Figure 1 in
particular it will be seen that the mason’s guide
consists of a pair of similarly formed, appro
priately shaped body members I!) and I I, each of
which is provided with an offset portion ItiA and
HA, respectively, and eachv of which is provided
with a clamping member i2 and I3, respectively.
The clamping members I2 and l3 are affixed to
the body members Ii] and II, respectively, by
sion of a mason’s guide consisting of an’ appro
priate length of guide line and means affixed to
the guide line for tensioning it and holding it in
means of screws I4 and I5. Each of the body
appropriate position on masonry construction.
members it and II is also provided with a chan
A still further object of the invention is the pro 15 nel formed in one side thereof. By referring to
vision of a bracket adapted to be positioned on a
the right hand portion of Figure 1 of the drawing
corner of a masonry wall and having means
the channel may be seen to be axially extending
formed therein for snubbing and holding the line
of the body member I! and is indicated by the
used in connection therewith.
numeral I E. An inclined passageway I? is also
The device shown and described herein has been 20 formed in each of the body members and it will
designed to facilitate the placement of a guide line
be observed that the free end I8 of the clamping
as used in masonry construction work whereby a
guide line is positioned from the pre-built corner
portions of masonry walls across the area there
between to form a guide for the laying of masonry
units in the formation of a course of masonry
thereacross. The device of the invention con
sists of an appropriately shaped bracket adapted
to overlie a corner of the masonry construction
and to be retained in such position by means of a
guide line stretched between a pair of the devices,
one on each corner of the wall area being formed.
With the foregoing and other objects in view
which will appear as the description proceeds,
the invention resides in the combination and ar
rangement of parts and in the details of con
member It covers the uppermost end of the in
clined passageway I ‘I in a manner so that a guide
line such as that indicated by the numeral It! will
be held thereby when positioned through the in
clined passageway ll in the manner illustrated.
By referring to Figures 2, 3 and 4 of the draw
ing enlarged detailed views of the body member
H, which is identically formed with the body
member It], may be seen. It will be observed that
when the body members It and I I are operatively
positioned on a section of guide line such as that
indicated by the numeral I9 and the body mem
bers IQ and II positioned in oppositely disposed
. relation to one another, the guide line I9 will
normally lie in the channel It and be snubbed
by reason of the‘langular location of the passage
way I? which is formed between the innermost
bodiment of the invention herein disclosed can
portion of the channel I6 and the opposite side
be made within the scope of what is claimed 40 of the body member II and terminates, as here
without departing from the spirit of the inven
tofore described, beneath the outermost or free
tion.
end I8 of the clamping member I3. Double snub
The invention is illustrated in the accompany
bing action is imparted to the guide line I9 by the
ing drawing, wherein:
angular positioning of the passageway I‘! as the
Figure 1 is a side elevation of the mason’s guide 45 guide line I9 is caused to make two abrupt turns
showing one portion thereof in plan view and
over relatively sharp corners. This snubbing
the other portion thereof in cross section.
action is insured by the holding action imparted
Figure 2 is an enlarged cross section of one of’
to the guide line I9 by the free end I8 of the
struction hereinafter described and claimed, it
being understood that changes in the precise em
the pair of devices comprising the‘ mason’s guide
shown in Figure 1.
Figure 3 is a top plan view of the mason’s guide
illustrated in Figure 2.
Figure 4 is a bottom plan view of the mason’s
guide illustrated in Figure 2.
clamping member I3.
It will thus be seen that when a pair of the
body members Ill and It are positioned in oper
ative position on a section of guide line the body
members may themselves be positioned on the
opposite corner of a masonry construction as il
Figure 5 is a side elevation of a section of 55 lustrated in Figure 5 of the drawing.
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By referring now to Figure 5 of the drawing
it will be observed that a completely ?nished
lower course of masonry units is indicated by
the numeral 20 and that on each end thereof
partialiy ?nished corners 2i and 22 have been
laid.
The body members it! and H have been
positioned so that the guide line !9 stretched
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Having thus described my invention, what I
claim is:
1. A pair of body members and a section of
guide line forming a mason’s guide, each of the
body members consisting of a section of mate
rial having a projection formed on one end there
of at right angles thereto to- form a bracket for
engaging a masonry corner, an axially extend
therebetween serves to hold them upon the cor
ing channel formed in the said section of mate
ners as their extensions WA and HA, respec
rial and an angular passageway through said
tively, engage the sides of the corners and the 10 section of material, the said channel and pas
body members if] and II are held in such posi
sageway providing for the reception of the said
tion by the guide line l9. It will be seen that
guide line and for snubbing said guide line, a leaf
the guide line is thus forms a horizontal guide
spring af?xed to the said section of material and
for the laying of the subsequent course of
normally engaging the said guide line, so as to
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masonry units and that when the course is ?n
hold it against slipping in the passageway to in
ished the nature of the body members Ii) and
sure the snubbing action.
ii readily enables them to be released in the
2. A pair of body members and a section of
guide line su?iciently to permit them to be re
guide line forming a mason’s guide, each of the
installed on the next course above. It will be
body members consisting of a section of material
seen that a mason may readily install the guide 20 laying a projection formed on one end thereof
line through the use of the body members IE! and
at right angles thereto to form a bracket at
H, placing one near the end of the guide line
tachable to a masonry corner, an axially ex
being used and positioning it On the corner as
tending channel formed in the said section of
shown in Figure 5 and then subsequently posi
material and an inclined passageway through
tioning the other body member on the opposite
said section of material, the said channel and
corner, in oppositely disposed relation, and man
inclined passageway providing for the reception
ually tightening the guide line which will be au
of the said guide line so as to snub the said» line
tomatically retained in tightened position by
thereby, a leaf spring affixed to the said section
the construction of the body members them
of material, the free end of the said leaf spring
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selves.
covering the end of the said inclined passage
It will thus be seen that a simple and e?‘lcient
way opposite the said channel so that a guide
mason’s guide has been disclosed which may be
line positioned therethrough will be held thereby.
economically formed and hence widely distrib
uted.
GEORGE STEVENS.
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