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Sept. 17, 1946.
Filed May a, 1945
2 Sheets-Sheetl
6250 G. YOCI/M
SePt- ‘17, 19464
Filed May 8, 1945
2759’. Z.
2 Sheets-Sheet 2
/9 ‘424d’ 24 22
Patented Sept. 17,‘ 1946
2.407.736 ‘
Richard H. Deurinyer, Eugene, and Cleo G.
Yocum, Cheshire, ,Oreg.
Application May 8, 1945,‘ Serial No. 592,634‘
3 Claims.
along which the cutting points of the saw blade
are placed and the saw shifted horizontally.
Against the side of the plate II a third plate
or strip I4 is secured by one of the rivets I la, and
this plate or strip is arched outwardly at Ida to
provide a spring arm, which is reduced at Mb to
increase its resiliency. This spring arm is formed
with a diagonal terminal ?nger Mc, which pro
jects into the L-shaped opening I3‘, and the in
for controlling, with the aid of a stop plate, the
notch I5, through which the cutting ‘points of
'This invention relates to an improved gauge
to guide a ?ler in correctly ?ling the teeth of
hand and other types of straight saw blades,
and one of its objects is to provide a gauge with
‘means for establishing. the exact cutting pro?le
or edge to be given a tooth of a saw blade, which
‘will serve as‘ a positive match for ‘?ling the
Another object of the invention is the provi
sion ‘of a saw ?ling gauge with an indexed screw 10 ner end of this terminal ?nger is formed with a
the saw teeth are moved. The notch I5 and the
clearance I20 are disposed in the same plane, so
that the saw blade resting on the upper surface
With the above and other objects in View, the 15 of the bar 5 will slide through the clearance and
the notch.
invention relates to certain new and useful con
length of the teeth to be ?led, and another
screw," similarly indexed, for checking ?led
The spring arm Ma is equipped with a screw
I ,6, which is threaded, through this arm so that its
point will engage the plate I I, and this screw is
structions, combinations, and arrangements of
parts clearly'described in the following speci?ca
tion, and fully illustrated in the accompanying
drawings, in which:
Fig. 1 is a top plan view, with a part shown
in section.
Fig. 2 is a bottom plan view.
Fig. 3 is an elevation, showing one side of the V
, gauge.
Fig. 4 is a similar view, showing the other
side of the gauge.
‘provided with a circular head ,IBa,‘ which is
marked by an annular row of ?gures from‘. 1 to 0,
consecutively, and spaced equally apart.
edge of this head is formed with latching notches,
one of each of which is located opposite each
25 number, and a spring pin I‘I, secured at its in
ner end to the spring ?nger is adapted to snap
into and out of each notch as the screw is turned.
Fig. 5 is a transverse sectional view, taken on
line 5--5 of Fig. 1, looking in the direction of
The side edge ‘I is formed with an opening I8,
located in opposition to the L-shaped' opening I3,
30 but not centered on the opening I3, and is pro
the arrows.
which illustrate the practical embodiment of
our invention, 5 designates a main frame bar,
which is formed with parallel longitudinal side
edges 6 and ‘I, and with concave intermediate
faces 8 and 9, on the opposite sides thereof. The
bar 5 is further formed with transverse openings
vided wtih plates I9 and 20, which are secured
by the rivets 2| to the side ‘I, so that the side
longitudinal edges of both plates will project
laterally of the bar 5, as in the case of the plates
I I and I2 of the side edge 6. The plate I9 has its
inner end disposed at one side of the opening
I8, and the plate 20 has its inner end disposed
It, designed to lighten the same.
at the other side of the opening I8.
Referring to the accompanying drawings,
A bridge member 22, which may be a casting
The bar 5 is equipped with a plate I I attached
to the side edge 6, by the rivets I Ia, and a second 40 or stamping, is secured by rivets 23 across the
opening I8, and the intermediate and inner side
plate I2, attached to the same side edge by the
portion of this bridge member is outwardly re
rivets I211. The bar 5 is formed with-an ap
lieved and a screw 24 is threaded through the
proximately L-shaped opening I3, which thus
bridge member with its axis perpendicular to the
provides the long diagonal side face I3a and the
short diagonal side face I317. The plate II has 45 plane of the plates I9 and 20. This screw is pro
vided with a circular head 24a, which is marked
its inner end disposed adjacent to the left end
by a circular row of numbers from 1 to 0, consec
of the opening I3, and the plate I2 is formed
utively. This head is also formed with latching
with a ?nger IZb, which is de?ected inwardly
recesses or notches 241), one opposite each num
against the short diagonal end face IBD, and is
relieved at IZc to provide a clearance for the 50 ber, and a spring pin 25, secured to the bridge
member 22 engages each notch in turn.
sliding movement of the cutting teeth of the
The diagonal, ?nger I40 of the plate I4, pro
saw blade. The two plates II and I2 are dis
vides means for controlling the angle of the cut
posed in longitudinal alignment, and both plates
ting tooth, in working a ?le by hand across the
are wider than the edge 6, so that a stop ?ange
is thereby provided on each side of the bar 5, 55 gauge, in the position shown in dotted lines in
Fig. 1. The angular ?ngers l2b and I40 also sup
port the saw tooth which is being ?led.
The screw .24 is given a similar adjustment to
the screw l6, and the point of the screw 24 pro
- latching means, sawoguides on the opposite side of
the bar, and a screw associated withthe last
named saw guides, a head on the last-named
- vides means for checking the alignment of the
lar to the numbers of the ?rst-named screw,
screw provided with a set of index numbers simi
?nished cutting teeth, when the gauge is re
versed and the saw is placed with its teeth against
whereby said second-named screw may be ad!
justed to duplicate the adjustment of the ?rst
the plates l9 and 20. If the adjustment of the
named, screw, for checking the ?ling of a saw
screw I6, places the number 3 of its‘ head in
“ ‘
latched'position, then the head‘ of the screw 24 is 10
3. A sawgauge comprising a bar, parallel faces
similarly latched, with the number 3 in line with
_ on opposite sides of the bar, each such face hav
the spring latch pin 25.
The working position the gauge is placedrin
will, of course depend somewhat on the equip
- sing a recess intermediate its ends, a- saw blade
, "guide ‘secured to the parallel face on each side of
"each recess, the saw blade guides on one face ex
ment available to the saw ?ler;
V 1151 tending laterally from the bar in a direction op
It is understood that various changes in the
posite that in which those on the other face of
details of construction, their combination and,» theelbar- extend, an angular extension on one‘ of
arrangement, and in the use of materials re
the guides projecting into the adjacent recess,
saidrangular extension being bifurcated to re
in the scope of the invention, as de?ned by the 20 ceive and support a saw tooth, an outwardly
claims hereof.’
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'bowedspring arm carried by the guide on the side
Having described our invention, we» claim as
of the recess opposite that into which the angu
lair-extension projects; an angularx?n'ger on the
l. A ‘saw gauge, comprising: a. bar- having a
arm vprojecting into the recess to establish acut
straight edge with a recess between its ends, saw 25 ting profile for the edge of a sawtooth located in
blade guides securedv to said edge: on opposite
the bifurcation in the angular extension, an in
sides of' the recess, one of said guides having an
dexed adjusting screw carried by the spring arm
angular ?nger projecting into said recess. and
for regulating the angularity of the ?nger, a
quired for construction, may be resorted'towith
relieved“ to provide a clearance for the saw blade,
bridge member extending across the recess in
an outwardly arched‘ spring arm secured to the 30 the. opposite side face: of ,the- bar, a screw car
ried by‘ the bridge member and adapted to con
‘bar: a terminal ?nger on said arm projecting into
said‘ recess, a screw threaded through the spring
arm to engage the bar and;v adjust" the angle of
the terminal finger; in said recess to establish the
profile of the saw tooth to be ?led and said ter
minal ?nger having ,a notch to allow the saw
teeth to move through the ?nger;
2. A saw gauge, comprising the construction set
forth in claim 1,,‘ the screw having a head indexed
with; consecutive numbers and provided with 40
tactv a tooth of a saw- blade engaging the guides
adjacent the. bridge member. and indices on the
last-named screw coordinated with the indices
on the ?rst-named screw whereby the adjust
ment of the screws maybe duplicated for che'ckr
ing the’ ?ling of a saw blade whereby tooth‘ to
tooth variations may be eliminated.
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