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Jan- 7, 1947'
w. w. RAUSCH
2,413,060.
INTERLOCKING WEDGE JOINT FOR.’ SECURING TOGETHER
PREFABRICATED BUILDING PANELS
Filed Dec.
1943
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Patented Jan. 7, 1947
2,414,060
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,414,060
INTERLOCKING WEDGE JOINT FOR SECUR
ING TOGETHER PREFABRICATED BUILD
ING PANELS
William Warren Rausch, Arlington, Mass.,
\ signor to Anchorage Homes, Inc.,
Masa, a corporation of Delaware
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Arlington,
Application December 8, 1943, Serial No. 513,437
1 Claim.
(Cl.20-—4)
2
This invention relates to fabricated building
constructions.
An object of this invention is to provide a fab
ricated building construction in which the walls
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posed at right angles to each other and the wedge
body ‘It is adapted to be secured by suitable
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fastening means to one aligning panel 11. -
An upper wedge or locking member ‘II is se
cured to the adjacent inner edge panel 19 align
ing with panel ‘l1. A lower locking or wedge‘
parts making up the building will be ?rmly locked
member 80 is adapted to be secured to the adja
together.
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cent edge of a right angularly disposed panel BI,
Another object of this invention is to provide
and the wedge 80 is constructed similar to the
a fabricated building construction wherein the 10 construction of wedge 32. Wedge 80 is adapted
walls are initially formed as panels, and the
to engage with wedge 15.
abutting edges of the panels are provided with
With a construction as hereinbefore described,
interlocking fastening means which is so con
the building may be prefabricated into panels of
structed that the weights of the panels will tend
desired size and thickness and when the various
to ?rmly hold the panels together.
outer and inner wall panels are interlocked to“
A further object of this invention is to provide
gether, the weights of the several panels will tend
an improved locking means for locking building
to more ?rmly bind or wedge the panels together.
panels together, the locking means being of such
The inner wall panels will hold the outer walls
construction that aligned edge abutting or right
against outward and inward movement so that
angularly related panels may be ?rmly locked 20 no additional locking means need be provided for
together.
the outer vertical walls. However, in order to
With the foregoing objects and others which
more ?rmly bind the various panels together, the
may hereinafter appear, the invention consists of
inter-engaging locking or wedging members may
the novel construction, combination and arrange
be secured together after the panels are in posi
are of such a construction that the building can
be assembled in a short time and the various
ments of parts as will be more speci?cally re
ferred to and illustrated in the accompanying
drawing, wherein is shown an embodiment of the
invention, but it is‘ to be understood that changes,
modifications and variations may be resorted to
which fall within the scope of the invention as 80
claimed.
In the drawing,
tion by any suitable fastening means so that the
various panels will not bulge or warp under con
ditions which cause such bulging or warping.
I do not mean to con?ne myself to the exact
details of construction herein disclosed, but claim
all variations falling within the purview of the
appended claim.
What I claim is:
Figure 1 is an exploded perspective view of a
In a prefabricated building, a pair of aligned
compound interlocking wedge construction em
wall forming panels, an inner wall forming panel
bodying this invention for interlocking a pair of 85 extending at right angles to said pair of panels,
aligned edge abutting panels and also a right
and means for locking the abutting ends of said
angular panel,
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panels together, said locking means comprising
Figure 2 1s a perspective view of the compound
‘a block secured to an end of one of said aligned
wedge with the elements thereof in locked posi—
panels, said block being formed with an upper
tion.
locking wedge and a lower locking wedge disposed
Referring to the drawing there is disclosed a
at right angles to said upper wedge, a downwardly
wedge construction for interlocking a pair of edge
directed locking wedge carried by the other one
abutting and aligning panels together with a
of said pair of aligned panels engageable with
right snsularly disposed panel. This compound
upper wedge, and an upwardly directed
wedge construction includes an intermediate 45 said
locking wedge carried by said inner panel engag
wedge block ‘it which is formed with a lower
ing said lower wedge to thereby lock said inner
wedge member ‘II and an upper wedge member
panel to said pair of panels.
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‘II. The two wedge members ‘ll Ind ‘II are dis
WILLIAM WARREN RAUQCH.
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