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l.. A. YouNG
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2,409,170
METHOD 0F MAKING GARMENT HÀNGERS
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2,409,170
Patented oct. 8, 1946
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,409,170
METHOD OF MAKING GARR/[ENT
HANGERS
Leonard A. Young, Detroit, Mich;
Application August 28, 1943, Serial No. 500,341
4 Claims. (Cl. 223-87)
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This invention relates to improvements in
method of making garment hangers.
The main objects 'of this invention are:
First, to provide a garment hanger which may
be formed of multi-ply paperboard which may
be produced very economically and at the same
time is strong and rigid and is provided with de
sirable garment supporting surfaces.
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between a pair of adhesive applying rollers I2
Which apply adhesive to both sides. The outer
plies ID are then fed from rolls I3 against the
sides of the ply having the adhesive previously
applied thereto and between the pressure rollers
I4.
From this paper stock and prior to the setting>
of the adhesive I form a blank designated gen
erally by the numeral I5 in Fig. 5. This blank is
Second, to provide a method of making gar
ment hangers by means of which the garment 10 formed with flap-like extensions I6 on the up
per edges of the yoke arms, these extensions ex
hangers may be very economically produced.
tending a substantial portion of the length of
Objects relating to details and economies of
the arms. A similar nap-like extension I'I is
the invention will appear from the description to
formed on the upper edge of the strut.
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follow. The invention is defined in the claims.
The extensions It are folded downwardly and
A preferred embodiment of the invention is 15
conformed to provide the rounded garment sup
illustrated in the accompanying drawing, in
porting surfaces i8 and are brought against the
which:
sides of the arms and adhesively secured there
Fig. 1 is a side view of a garment hanger em
to at i9, preferably throughout the length of
bodying the features of my invention.
these extensions. This serves the double pur
Fig. 2 is a view partially conventionalized, il 20 pose
of providing a rounded garment supporting
lustrating one of the steps in the manufacture of
surface of substantial width and also reinforc
my hanger.
ing means for the hanger permitting the use
Fig. 3 is a section on line 3-3 of Fig. 1 show
of comparatively light or‘thin stock.
ing details of the strut.
The portions le lying against the sides of
Fig.4 is an enlarged section on line 4--4 of 25
the arms are preferably adhesively secured there
Fig. 1 showing details of the yoke arms.
to as shown at 20. This forming is done prior
Fig. 5 is a plan View of a blank from which the
to the setting of the adhesive of the multi-ply
yoke and hanger are formed.
stock which results in a very strong and not
Fig. 6 is an illustration with parts shown con
ventionally, illustrating one of the steps of man 30 easily distorted structure. Similarly, the ex
tension Il of the strut is conformed to provide
ufacture.
the rounded edge 2l and is lapped against the
Fig. 7 is a side view of a modified form or em
side of the strut and secured thereto by the
bodiment of my invention in which the hook is
formed integrally with the yoke and strut parts.
Fig. 8 is an enlarged fragmentary section on 35
line 8-8 of Fig. '7.
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Referring to the drawing, the hanger of my
invention comprises a yoke element or portion I
having downwardly diverging arms 2 connected
adhesive 22.
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In Fig. 6, I illustrate folder and die members
23 and 24, respectively, adapted to conform and
fold the extensions I6 and Il simultaneously.
In the embodiment of my invention shown in
Fig. 7, the hook 25 is formed integrally with
at their lower ends by a strut 3. The yoke is 40 the yoke, being stamped out of the portion of
the stock between the yoke and the strut and
provided with a hole li and a notch 5 to receive
in this embodiment a portion of the extension 26
the shank 6 of the hook l, the shank being passed
is so formed that it in effect results in the strut
through the hole ¿l and its ends 8 being engaged
having two extensions instead of a continuous
in the notch 5. This forms an effective anchor
extension. This has the objection of somewhat
ing means for the hook and maintains it in its 45 weakening the strut but has the advantage of
upright position.
providing an integral hook. The hook normally
lies between the strut and yoke as indicated by
the dotted lines 2l’ but may be swung up at the
least three plies, the center or core ply 9 and the
outer or side plies I0. These plies are adhesively 50 side of the yoke to upright operative position as
shown by full lines in Fig. 7 and in Fig. 8.
secured together and desirably the outer plies
By practicing the method of my invention, I
are of a better or higher grade of stock than the
am enabled to produce desirable hangers from
The yoke and strut portions are formed of
multi-ply fibrous stock preferably comprising at
center or core ply.
relatively light multi-ply paper stock and at
In Fig. 2, I illustrate the method of forming
the same time provide suitable rigidity and
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the strut, the center ply being fed from a roll Il
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strength and suitable garment supporting sur
faces.
I have illustrated and described practical em
porting edges and portions extending downwardly
against the sides of the arms and strut from
which they project prior to the setting of the
bodiments of my invention which I believe will
adhesive between said plies to facilitate said con
enable those skilled in the art to embody or adapt 5 forming and folding of the ñap portions, and re
the same as may be desired.
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taining said ilap portions as thus conformed and
folded until said adhesive sets to facilitate per
claim as new and desire to secure by Letters
manent retention of the flap portions in the con
Patent, is:
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formed and folded position, the portions thereof
1. The method of making garment hangers 10 contacting the sides of the arms of the yoke being
comprising the steps of applying adhesive to at
adhered thereto.
least one of the surfaces of a plurality of plies _ A
3. The method of making garment hangers
of paper stock, superimposing the plies ’wit-‘ncomprising'y the steps of applying adhesive to at
the adhesive therebetween, stamping from such
least one of the surfaces of a plurality of plies
multi-ply material prior to the setting of the V15 ofY paper stock, superimposing the plies with
adhesive a blank comprising an integral yoke por
the adhesive therebetween, stamping from such
tion having downwardly diverging arm portions
multi-ply material prior to the setting of the
and a strut portion integrally connected with the
adhesive a blank comprising an integral yoke por
Having thus described my invention, what l
lower ends of the arm portions, the upper edges
of the arm portions having flap-like portions of
substantial length extending therefrom, the upper
edge of the strut 'portion having a nap-like por
tion extending therefrom, and conforming and
folding the said ñap portions of said arms and
strut to provide relatively wide curved garment
supporting edges and portions extending down~
wardly against the sides of the arms and strut
from which they project prior to the setting of
said adhesive between said plies to facilitate the
conforming and folding of said flap portions, and
retaining Asaid ñap portions as thus conformed
and folded until said adhesive sets to facilitate
permanent retention of the flap portions in the
conformed and folded position, the central por
tion of the yoke being of substantially greater
width than the arms of the yoke, and aiiixin'g a
hook to said widened central portion,
tion Íhaving downwardly diverging arm portions
20 and a strut portion integrally connected with the'
lower ends of the arm portions, the upper edges
of the arm portion having flap-like portions of
substantial length extending therefrom, the
upper >edge of the strut portion having a flap-like
25
portion extending therefrom, and conforming
and folding the said flap portions of said arms
and strut to provide relatively wide curved gar
ment supporting edges and portions extending
downwardly against the sides of the arms and
30 strut from which they project prior to the set
ting of the adhesive between said plies to facili
tate said conforming and folding of the flap por»
tions, 'and retaining said flap portions as thus
conformed and folded until said adhesive sets to
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facilitate permanent retention of the flap por
tions in the conformed and folded position.
4. The method of making garment hangers
2. The method of making garment hangers
comprising theste‘ps of applying adhesive to at
comprising the steps lof applying adhesive to at
least one of the surfaces of a plurality of plies
least one of the surfaces of a plurality of plies 40 of paper stock, superimposing the plies with
of paper stock, superimposing the plies with
the adhesive therebetween, stamping 'from such
the adhesive therebetween, stamping from sucn
multi-ply material prior to the setting of the
multi-ply material prior to the setting of the
adhesive a blank comprising an integral yoke
adhesive a blankcomprisin'g an integral yoke por
portion having downwardly diverging arm por
tion having downwardly diverging arm portions
tions, and folding substantial intermediate por~
and a ‘strut portion integrally connected with the
tions of the upper edges of said arm .portions
lower ends of the arm portions, the upper edges
downwardly against the sides of the arm portions
of the arm portions having flap-like portions of
prior to t ie setting of the adhesive between said
substantial length extending therefrom, the upper
plies, andretaining the said'folded edges in folded
edge of the strut portion having a flap-like portion
position'until the adhesive between said plies has
extending therefrom, and conforming and fold
set thereby providing reinforced curved garment
ing the said flap portions of said arms and strut
supporting edges for the hanger arms.
to provide relatively wide curved garment sup
LEONARD A. YOUNG.
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