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Oct. 22, 1946..
Filed‘ Jan. 4‘, 1944
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Patented Oct. 22, 1946
Arnie J. Hongo, McNeal, Ariz.
Application January 4, 1944, Serial No. 516,954
2 Claims. (Cl. 131—58)
The invention relates to a cigarette making de
vice and more especially to a hand operated
cigarette maker.
The primary object of the invention is the pro
vision of a device of this character, wherein the
construction thereof is such that the same can
be carried on the person and when it is desired a
sponding parts throughout the several views in
the drawing.
Referring to the drawing in detail A designates
generally the cigarette making device constructed
in accordance with the invention and comprises
a base l0, preferably made from sheet metal,
having a downwardly curved medial trough por
tion llbounded at opposite sides with lapped
cigarette can be easily and conveniently made by
downwardly divergent ?anges I2 constituting
hand, either from short or long cut tobacco, the
device being novel in construction and enables a 10 rib legs throughout the length of the base, which
latter is elongated. The trough portion II at
perfectly rolled cigarette to be made with dis
Another object of the invention is the provi
opposite ends is closed by vertically disposed sub
stantially oval-shaped end heads 13, the lower
portions of which being flush with the‘ legs or
sion of a device of this character, wherein the con
struction thereof is such that when making a 15 flanges I2 and thus the base can be brought to
rest upon a support, such as a table or the like.
cigarette thereby‘ the tobacco will not. become
Pivoted to the end heads close to the ?anges l2
at opposite sides of the trough portion III of the
base ID are swingable tobacco compressing and
require any skill or exertion on the part of the
20 cigarette wrapper rolling sections l4 and I5, re
spectively, these being outwardly curved through
A further object of the invention is the pro
out their length, and next to the lowermost edges
vision of a device of this character, which is ex
thereof are pivot extensions l6 which engage in
tremely simple in construction, thoroughly reli
openings I ‘I provided in the heads l3, and in this
able and e?icient in operation, easily and con
wasted, and the cigarette is perfectly formed
ready for smoking, and in the making does not
veniently handled, transported, strong, durable,
25 manner the said sections [4 and I5 are swingingly
mounted on the base Ill.
and inexpensive to manufacture.
The section M at its ends and parallel with the
With these and other objects in view the inven
free edge thereof is provided with pivot eyes l8
tion consists in the features of construction, com
receiving the pivot extensions [9 inset in the ends
bination and arrangement of parts as will be here
inafter more fully described, illustrated in the 30 of a combined tobacco compressing and cigarette
wrapper closing section 20. The section 20 is
accompanying drawing and pointed out in the
formed with an outstanding ?nger engaging lip
claims hereunto appended.
2|, the said section being slightly outwardly
In the accompanying drawing:
curved, while the lip 2! is reversely curved thereto.
Figure 1 is a side elevation of the device con
The insetting of the pivot extensions i9 is for
structed in accordance with the invention.
accommodating the eyes is on the section 14.
Figure 2 is a vertical transverse sectional view
In the use of the device, a cigarette wrapper, as
thereof showing the device in open position by full
denoted at 22 in Figures 2, 3 and 4 of the drawing,
lines and by dotted lines partly folded, while the
is placed onto the trough portion H, of the base
arrows denote the selected movements in fold
40 l6, it being understood that the sections l4, l5
and 20, respectively, are in open position as shown
Figure 3 is a view similar to Figure 1 showing
in Figure_2 by full lines. One edge of the wrapper
the device completely folded.
22 is bent over the edge of the section l5, as shown
Figure 4 is a‘view similar to Figures 2 and 3
in Figure 2 of the drawing. The cut tobacco 23 is
showing the initial opening of the device.
45 then placed onto this wrapper 22. Thereafter, the
Figure 5 is a side view of the device.
sections l4 and 20 are ?rst swung to‘the posi
Figure 6 is an opposite side view.
tion in Figure 3, and ?nally the section I5 is
Figure 7 is a fragmentary perspective view of
the main body part of the device.
brought to the position shown in this ?gure,
Figure 8 is similar view of one of the folding . whence the wrapper 22 will be completely rolled
50 about the tobacco 23. Thereafter‘the sections l4
and 20 are moved to the position shown in Figure
Figure 9 is a similar view of another of the fold
4, whereupon the wrapper is pasted along its edge
ing sections.
Figure 10 is a similar view of still another of
24 and the cigarette is now made, and removed
the folding sections.
from the device by opening the section l5.
What is claimed is:
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1. A device of the kind described, comprising a.
swinging compressing sections between the heads
' trough-like base having legs extending the full
length of the trough, end heads on the base,
having pivots struck therefrom and entering open
ings‘in the heads for pivotally mounting the Same
swingable compressing sections pivoted to the
between the heads with their lower edges close ‘
heads to be close tovthe trough formation of the
base, and a swingable section carried by one of
the ?rst named sections.
2. A device of the kind described, comprising a
trough-Jiylfrebase, endvheads secured to the base,
to the edges of the base, and a swinging section
carried‘by the outer edge of one of the ?rst men
tioned sections.
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