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J. A. HENDLEY
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Filed Feb. l. 1944
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Patented Get. S, 1946
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CGRDED TAPE
James A. Hendley, Middletown, Conn., assigner
to rl‘he Russell Manufacturing Company, Mid
dletown, Conn., a corporation of Connecticut
Application February 1, 1944,~ Serial No. 520,634
11 Claims.
(Cl. 139-384)
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This invention relates to improvements in
corded fabric which is adapted to be made as a
tape having a corded edge for mounting slide
In making the particular tape IE! illustrated in
, Figs. 1 to 4 inclusive, the cord-strands I5, I6, I'I
and i3 are given one-quarter of a com-plete twist
for every four picks I3, although it will be appre
Íasteriers or the like thereon.
@ne object or" this invention is to provide an 5 ciated that a greater or less number of picks per
improved corded i‘abric which is adapted to be
quarter-twist could be employed. Thus, by ob
made as a tape for mounting slide-fasteners or
serving Fig. >2 of the drawing, it will loe seen
the like thereon, in which the cord is Woven in
that four picks are illustrated as passing beneath
with the :body ci the tape at the time of manu
the cord-strands I8 and l1, and the next four
facture of the tape.
pick-s pass beneath the cord-strands I5 and I8,
Another object of this invention is to provide
and so on. Four weit picks pass transversely be
an improved corded fabric which is adapted to
tween the four cord-strands with two cord
he made as a tape for the mounting of slide
iasteners thereon, in which the tape is character
strands above and two below each pick. The an
gie of passage of the portions oi the picks that
extend between the cord-strands, varies in suc
cessive picks of any group of four picks, in ac
ized by superior strength and ilexibility.
With the above and other objects in View, as
will appear to those skilled in the art from the
cordance with the stresses which are present as
present disclosure, this invention includes all
the result of the twisting of the cord-strands, as
ieatures in the said disclosure which are novel
over the prior art.
will .be evident from a consideration of Figs. 3
20 and 4 of the drawing- The different cord-strands
In the description and claims, the various parts
I5, I5, Il and i8 are marked with different sur
face-indications on Figs. 2 and 4, so that the eye
and steps are identified by specific terms for con
venience, but they are intended to be as generic
in their application as the prior art will permit.
ln the accompanying drawing forming part of
can readily follow the continuity ci the various
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strands throughout their extent.
The two warp strands i9 and 2l) to the right
the present disclosure7 in which certain ways of
of the twisted cord Ill, serve as anchor-strands
carrying out the invention are shown for illustra
for the weft picks or strands I3.
tive purposes:
In the form of the invention illustrated in Fig.
Fig. 1 is a iront elevation or face view of a piece
5, the tape-.body I l is formed of interwoven warp
of corded tape made in accordance with the pres 30 strands l2 and weit strands E3, the same as for
ent invention, and illustrated as having slide
the form of the invention illustrated in Figs. 1
iastener elements mounted thereon;
to 4 inclusive, but in this figure the anchor warp
2 is a schematic enlarged View similar to
strand 29 is omitted so that there is only the one
Fig. i. of the area 2 of Fig. l;
anchor' warp strand I9 to the right of the twisted
3 is a transverse sectional view taken on
cord i4 which latter is formed of the cord-strands
line 3_3 of Fig. 2;
lli, It, Il and i8.
Fig. 4 is a longitudinal sectional view taken on
In the modiiied form of the invention illus
line li-il of Fig. 3;
trated in Fig. 6, the tape-body Ii is formed of
Fig. 5 is a view similar to Fig. 3 of a modified
interwoven warp strands I2 and weft strands i3.
construction;
40 the same as heretofore shown and described for
Fig. 6 is a view similar to Fig. 5 of still an
the forros of the invention previously illustrated,
but instead of using only four cord-strands to
other modiiied construction; and
4ig. 7 is a transverse sectional View on line
form the twisted cord, ñve strands 2l, 22, 23, 24
‘l--l of Fig. l.
and 25 are employed to form a twisted cord 26,
Referring to Figs. 1 to 4 of the drawing show 45 and the wei t strands I 3 are anchored without ern
ing the particular form of the invention chosen
ploying any anchor warp strands to the right
for illustration therein, the corded tape I Il in
cludes a relatively-thin tape-body II formed of
longitudinal warp strands I2 interwoven with
transverse weft strands or picks I3, and includes 50
a relatively-thick twisted cord I4 formed of a
plurality of twisted cord-strands I5, I6, I'I and
I8, with the weft strands I3 Woven transversely
between certain of the twisted cord-strands, as
shown.
of the cord 26, by being passed around ñrst one,
then around the next, of the successive cord
*lstrands 2l,
23, 2è and 25, as the twist imparted
t0 these strands successively brings iirst one and
then another to the position of strand 2| shown
in Fig. 6.
Fig, 7 and Fig. 1 illustrate the manner in which
the usual form of slide-fastener elements 21 are
55 fastened along the corded edge of the tape.
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transversely between certain of said twisted
cord-strands and anchored by being interwoven
Instead of having four picks for each quarter
twist of the cord-strands, there could be more
picks or less picks per quarter-twist if desired.
Instead of having the cord made of four cord
each of said cord-strands extending helically of
strands, it could be made of more cord-strands
or less cord-strand, but it is preferable to have
an even number of cord-strands in the forms oi
said cord substantially throughout the length of
said cord.
.4. A corded tape for slide fasteners and the
with said one or more anchor warp strands, and
the invention illustrated in Figs. 1 to 5 inclusive,
like, including: a relatively-thin tape-body having
in order to have an equal number of cord-strands
on the opposite sides of the picks passing through
the cord. For similar reasons, it is preferable
to employ an odd number of cord-strands in the
form of the invention illustrated in Fig. 6. For
simplicity of illustration, the tape-body has been
shown in the drawing as made of a simple basket
weave, but it will be appreciated that any de
interwoven longitudinal warp strands and trans
verse weft strands; a relatively thick cord ex
tending longitudinally adjacent one edge of said
tape-body and having a plurality of longitudi
nal twisted cord-strands; one or more longitudi
nal anchor warp strands extending longitudi
nally adjacent the outer edge of said cord; and
at least some of said weft strands extending
transversely through approximately the middle of
said cord between certain of said twisted cord
strands and anchored by being interwoven with
sired form of weave can be employed.
Corded tape made according to this invention
has greater strength and flexibility than corded
said one or more anchor warp strands with a
tape as heretofore made by sewing cord on pre
viously woven tape. Also the cord will not pull
cil? of my improved tape. Also my improved tape `
plurality of the cord-strands on each side of said
transversely-extending weft strands, and each
oi said cord-strands extending helically of said
cord substantially throughout the length of said
can be made more cheaply, and as it is made com
plete before dyeing, there are no color- or shade
25 cord.
5. A corded fabric including: a relatively-thin
The invention may be carried out in other
fabric-body having interwoven longitudinal
speciñe ways than those herein set forth without
warp-strands and transverse weft-strands; and a
departing from the spirit and essential charac
relatively-thick cord extending longitudinally
teristics of the invention, and the present embodi
ments are, therefore, to be considered in all re 30 adjacent one edge of said fabric-body and hav
infr a plurality of longitudinal twisted cord
spects as illustrative and not restrictive, and all
strands with at least some of said weft-strands
changes coming within the meaning and equiv
extending transversely between certain of said
alency range of the appended claims are in
twisted cord-strands and anchored adjacent the
tended to be embraced therein.
I claim:
35 outer edge of said cord by being interwoven with
a longitudinal strand adjacent said outer edge
l. A corded tape for slide-fasteners and the
of said cord, and each of said cord-strands ex
like, including: a relatively-thin tape-body hav
matching troubles.
tending helically of said cord substantially
throughout the length of said cord.
ing interwoven longitudinal warp strands and
transverse weft strands; and a relatively-thick
cord extending longitudinally adjacent one edge 40
of said tape-body and having a plurality of lon
gitudinal twisted cord-strands with at least some
of said weit strands extending transversely
through approximately the middle of said cord
with a plurality of the cord-strands on each side
of said transversely-extending weft strands, and
each of said cord-strands extending helically of
said cord substantially throughout the length of
said cord.
2. A corded tape for slide-fasteners and the
like, including: a relatively-thin tape-body hav
ing interwoven longitudinal warp strands and
transverse weft strands; and a relatively-thick
cord extending longitudinally adjacent one edge
6. A corded fabric including: a relatively-thin
fabric-body
having
interwoven
longitudinal
warp-strands and transverse weft-strands; and
a relatively-thick cord extending longitudinally
adjacent one edge of said fabric-body and hav
ing a plurality of longitudinal twisted cord
4 strands with at least some of said weft-strands
extending transversely between certain of said
twisted cord-strands and anchored adjacent the
outer edge of said cord by being interwoven with
a longitudinal strand adjacent said outer edge of
said cord with a plurality of the cord-strands
on each side of said transversely extending weft
strands, and each of said cord-strands extending
helically of said cord substantially throughout the
length of said cord.
of said tape-body and having a plurality of lon
7. A corded fabric including: a relatively-thin
gitudinal twisted cord-strands with at least some
fabric-body having interwoven longitudinal
of said weft strands extending transversely be
warp-strands and transverse weft-strands; and a
tween certain ci said twisted cord-strands and
relatively-thick cord extending longitudinally
anchored adjacent the outer edge of said cord by
being interwoven with a longitudinal strand ad 60 adjacent one edge of said fabric-body and hav
ing a plurality of longitudinal twisted cord
jacent said outer edge of said cord with a plu
strands with at least some of said weft-strands
rality of the cord-strands on each side of said
extending transversely between certain of said
transversely-extending weft strands, and each of
twisted cord-strands and anchored adjacent the
said cord-strands extending helically of said cord
substantially throughout the length of said cord.
3. A corded tape for slide fasteners and the
like, including: a relatively-thin tape-body hav
ing interwoven longitudinal warp strands andu
outer edge of said cord by being interwoven with
a longitudinal strand adjacent said outer edge of
transverse weft strands; a relatively-thick cord
strands, and each of said cord-strands extending
helically of said cord substantially throughout
extending longitudinally adjacent one edge of
said tape-body and having a plurality of longi
said cord with an equal number of cord-strands
on each side of said transversely extending weft
tudinal twisted cord-strands; one or more lon
the length of said cord.
8. A corded fabric including: a relatively-thin
gitudinal anchor warp strands extending longi
tudinally adjacent the outer edge of said cord;
warp-strands and transverse weft-strands; and a
fabric-body
having
interwoven
longitudinal
and at least some of said weft strands extending 75 relatively-thick cord extending longitudinally
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adj acent one edge of said fabric-body and having
a plurality of longitudinal twisted cord-strands
with at least some of said weft-strands extending
transversely between certain of said twisted cord
strands and anchored adjacent the outer edge of
said cord by being interwoven with a longitudi
nal cord-strand adjacent said outer‘edge of said
cord, and each of said cord-strands extending
a relatively-thick cord extending longitudinally
adjacent one edge of said fabric-body and having
a plurality of longitudinal twisted cord-strands;
one or more longitudinal anchor Warp-strands
extending longitudinally adjacent the outer edge
oi said cord; and at least some of said weft
strands extending transversely between certain
of said twisted cord-strands and anchored by
helically of said cord substantially throughout
being interwoven with said one or more anchor
10 warp-strands, and each of said cord-strands ex
the length of said cord.
9. A corded fabric including: a relatively-thin
tending helìcally of said cord substantial-J7
throughout the length of said cord.
fabric-body having interwoven longitudinal
ll. A corded fabric including: a relatively~
warp-strands and transverse Weit-strands; and
thin fabric-body having interwoven longitudinal
a relatively-thick cord extending longitudinally
adjacent one edge of said fabric-body and hav~
warp-strands and transverse weft-strands; and
a relatively-thick cord extending longitudinally
ing a plurality of longitudinal' twisted Acerd
adjacent one edge of said fabric-body and having
strands with at least some of said weft-strands
a plurality of longitudinal twisted cord-strands;
extending transversely between certain of said
one or rnore longitudinal anchor warp-strands
twisted cord-strands and anchored adjacent the
outer edge or" said cord by being interwoven with 20 extending longitudinally adjacent the outer edge
a longitudinal cord-strand adjacent said outer
edge of said cord With a plurality of cord-strands
on each side of said transversely extending weit
strands, and each of said cord-strands extending
oi said cord; and at least some of said weft
strands extending transversely through approxi
mately the middle of said cord between certain
of said twisted cord-strands> and anchored by
helically of said cord substantially throughout
being interwoven with said one or more anchor
the length of said cord.
10. A corded fabric including: a relatively
tending helically of said cord substantially
thin fabric-body having interwoven longitudinal
warp-strands and transverse weft-strands; and
warp-strands, and each of said cord-strands ex
throughout the length of said cord.
JAMES A. HENDLEY.
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