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Oct. 22,1946.
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2,409,943
VENETIAN BLIND
Filed June 28, 1944
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Out. 22, 1946.
2,409,943
D. KWON
VENETIAN BLIND
Filed June 28', 1944
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Patented Oct. 22, 1946
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OFFICE“;
VENETIAN BLIND
Doin Kwon, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Application June 28, 1944, Serial No. 542,527
2 Claims.
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This invention relates to Venetian blinds and
it is one object of the invention to provide blinds
of this character having an improved form of
upper head bar and arrangement of ropes or
cords for raising or lowering the blinds and angu
larly adjusting slats thereof.
Another object of the invention is to so form
the head bar that slots are provided longitudi
nally therein and guide pulleys are mounted‘ in‘
(Cl. 160—1_.67)
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Figure? is a fragmentary view upon-an en
larged scale looking at one end of the blinds.
Figure 8 is a perspective view of the wire cable
guide.
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The slats l of the improved Venetian blinds
are formed of strips of metal, thin wood, or.v any
other suitable material and of such length that
the blinds will ?t the-window to which they are
applied. Front and rear edges of the slats rest
the slots so that the ropes for adjusting the slats 10 on narrow web strips which are secured to tapes
and raising or lowering the blind may be trained
2 which extend the full height of the blinds and
about the pulleys and extend longitudinally
have their lower ends secured to a base bar 3
through the slots to sides of the head bar where
and their upper ends secured about upper bars
they are trained through guides carried by the
4 and 5 which are of su?icient thickness to sup
head bar and then downwardly into position to 15 port the slats and the base bar without sagging.
be grasped by a person who desires to adjust the
The head bar :6 which is to be mounted across
blinds.
the top of a window is formed of wood, metal, or
Another object of the invention is to provide
other suitable material and consists of a center
a head bar formed from a plurality of sections
section ‘I and front and rear sections ii and 9.
which are mounted in spaced relation to each 20 A channel l0 extends longitudinally of the center
other to de?ne slots or channels in which the
section in the upper face thereof and in this chan
pulleys and guides are mounted, the pulleys being
nel are disposed pulleys I!) about which are trained
mounted upon pins which pass through all of the
ropes or cables I I which extend downwardly from
sections and reinforce the head bar as well as
the pulleys through openings in the slats I and
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serving as axles for the pulleys.
are secured at their lower ends through open
Another object of the invention is to provide
ings near ends of the base bar 3. The pulleys
a head bar which is of such ‘formation that the
ID are rotatably mounted by rods or pins l2 which
cables cannot become tangled and in addition
pass through the sections forming the head‘bar
provide a guide for depending portions of the
and serve to brace them as well as serving as axles
tilting cables which serves very effectively to hold 30 for the pulleys.
the rear cables out of engagement with the front
Referring to Figure 6 of the drawings it will
cables so that tilting adjustment of the slats may
be seen that the cables extend longitudinally in
be very easily performed.
the channel 1 and are passed downwardly through
Another object of the invention is to provide
a guide l3 formed of sheet metal or other suit
a hanging cable separator adapted to be suspend 35 able material and mounted at the left hand end
ed from a screw eye at one end of the head bar
of the head bar. By pulling upon the cables the
and formed from a single strand of wire bent to
base bar will be drawn upwardly and the entire
form a shank having an open ring or eye at
Venetian blind raised. The cables may then be
its upper end and rope-engaging eyes or arms
extending from the lower end of the shank.
The invention is illustrated in the accompany
me drawings wherein:
Figure 1 is a front elevation of the improved
Venetian blinds.
engaged with a conventional cleat on a window
40 frame and the blinds will be held in a raised or
partially raised position. When the cables are
slackened the weight of the base bar will draw
downwardly upon the cables and the blinds be
lowered.
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Figure 2 is a view from one side thereof.
Front and rear cables or ropes l4 and I5 ex
Figure 3 is an enlarged view looking at one side
tend longitudinally in channels l6 formed in up
of the improved blinds and showing the slats in
a horizontal or neutral position.
Figure 4 is a view similar to Figure 3 showing
per faces of the front and rear sections and are
trained about pulley l1 mounted upon pins or
rods l8 which pass transversely through all of the
the slats tilted into position for de?ecting light 50 sections and constitute reinforcements for the
upwardly.
head bar. These cables extend downwardly from
Figure 5 is a view showing the slats tilted to
the head bar and are secured through openings
formed in end portions of the upper bars 4 and
Figure 6 is a top plan view of the improved
5 and from an inspection of Figures 3, 4 and 5 it
blinds.
55 will be understood that these ropes or cables con
de?ect light downwardly.
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cross bar or the shank. Since the cables or ropes
l4 pass through one eye 21 and the ropes l5 pass
stitute supports for the upper bars and the tapes
and slats carried thereby. The ropes l4 and I5
pass downwardly through guides I9 mounted
through the front and rear sections at the right
hand end of the head bar and when they are
engaged with cleats ?xed to the window ‘frame the
through the other eye of the cross bar tangling
of the front and rear ropes will be prevented and
the slats may be very easily angularly adjusted.
Having thus described the invention, what is
claimed is:
1. In a Venetian blind having a base bar, front
and rear top bars, front and. rear tapes extend
two top bars may be supported in a, common plane _
as shown in Figure 3 and hold the salts hori
‘ zontal in. a, fullylopened position. or one top bar
may be raised or'lowered’ to tilt the slats upwardly 10 ing betweenthe top bars and the base bar, narrow
web strips secured to the front and rear tapes
as shown in Figure 4 or downwardly as shown in
Figure 5. The cables M are- used for shifting the - in vertical spaced relation to each other, slats
disposed one above another and resting on said
strips and a head bar, front and rear lines
front top bar 4 vertically and cables I5 are used '
for vertically shifting the rear top bar 5. If i-t'is
desired to bodily lower the blinds so that‘ the
extending along the head bar with inner por
tions extending downwardly and secured to
the front and rear top bars and outer portions
upper portion of the window is unobstructed and
at the same time allow the blinds to shut out
light from the lower sash all of the cables may
extending downwardly at an end of the head bar,
and a member to prevent tangling of the‘front
be slackened and the blinds then lowered to the
desired position, the cables being then again en
gaged with the cleats to support the blind in the
lines with the rear linesihaving a shank suspend
ed from .the head‘ bar and a cross head at the
lower end of‘ the shank formed with eyes throug
adjusted position.‘ The guideslt are each pro
vided with ?anges 2'0 and 21 through which fas
teners 22Vare passed to ?rmly secure the guides
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prevent them from becoming tangled. In order
2. In a Venetian blind having a base bar, front
and rear top bars, front and rear tapes extending
between the top bars and, the base bar, narrow
Web strips secured to the front and rear tapes in
vertical spaced relation to each other, slats‘ dis
to do so there has been provided a'rope guide 22. m
This rope guide is formed from a strand of wire
which is doubled‘ to form a shank 23 and has its
posed one above another and resting on said strips
and a head bar, front and‘ rear lines extending
alongthe head bar with inner portionsextending
to the cross head sections.
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which the. front and rear lines pass.
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Since‘the cables I4 and I5 extend downwardly
at the same side of the window it is desirable to
end‘ portions bent to form an eye 24' of the open
downwardly and secured to the frontvand rear
ring type'in order that the eye may be snapped
top bars and outer portions extending: down
wardly at an end of the head bar; .a member to
into engagement with a screw. eye 25 which is
screwed into the under face of the adjoining end 35 prevent tanglingv of outer portions of the front
lines with outer portions of the rear lines con
of the intermediate crosshead section ‘I. After
sisting of a screw eye carried by the head bar, and
the shank 23 ‘has been formed the remaining
'portion- of the wire strand is bent to form a cross
a separatorjformed from a strand of wire having
end portions disposed in side by side relation to
bar 26 having arms extending from opposite sides
of the shankfand formed with loops, or eyes 21 40 eachother to form a shank, extremities of the
wire strand being bent. to form an open eye en
closed and reinforced at their inner' ends by
gaged through the screw eye‘, and the intermedi
twisted portions'z? of the wire. The portion 29
ate portion of the wire strand being bent to form
of the wire between the twisted portions 28 con
stitutes a bridge which prevents the shank-form 45 a, cross head having portions projecting from op
posite sides of the shank, and forming line-re‘
ing portions of the vstrand from spreading,
ceiving loops closed at their inner ends by- twist
Therefore, the shank will be reinforced and the
ed portions of the strand.
cross bar 26 maintained a permanent length and
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pull upon the cables l4 and [5 cannot distort the
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