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Feb. 20, 1962
E. H. ROBINSON
3,021,945
CLOTH WINDING BOARD
Filed May 5, 1959
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INVENTOR.
Earl H. Robinson
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3,021,945
Patented Feb. 20, 1952
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on the data or information necessary ‘which concerns the
3,021345 ,
€LOTH WINDTNG BOARD
Earl H. Robinson, Wayne Township, N.J., assignor to
The Baxter Corporation, Paterson, N..'l., a corporation
of New Jersey
Filed May 5, 35?, Ser. No. 811,129
7 Claims. (Cl. 206-50)
This invention relates to cloth winding boards which
fabric ‘to b'e'wo'und on device‘ll). _
in wound form, to provide the bolts well known in the
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11. Spaced staples 23 are‘ passed through the overlying
lateral portions'16', 20; 17, 21 of strips 13, 14,1“) ‘secure
the same ‘simultaneously to marginal portion 11A of body
are used as supporting cores for receiving thereon fabric 10 portion 11.
textile trade.
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The‘ inter?tted strips 13, 14 may‘ be 'r'eadilyaildjquiclily
assembled with the'niarginal portions 11A‘of'body_."por-_
tion 11; the inner surface of medial portion, 15 of edge
binding strip 13'abutting the edge ‘12 of'bjoicly portion
The lateral edges of strips '13, 14 may- be
coterminous, as shown in'FIG. 2.
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It has been found that highly satisfactory‘ winding
boards can be formed with minimum gaugesfo'r the
nature, requiring substantial amounts of material in their
severalele'rnent’s thereof. Thus, the body portion 11 may
manufacture and involving expensive forming and as 15 have a gauge of from about .070 to about .120’p'; the edg
embling operations in their production. .
ing strip .13 may have’a gauge of fromabout .045 to
Accordingly, an obiect of this invention is to provide
about .100" and the display strip l4‘may"h'ave"a gauge
improved cloth winding boards which may be constructed
of from about .008 to about .030”. Preferably, the
from a minimum amount of material and include struc~
grain of edging strip 13 is at right angles to the grain
tural details which minimize forming and assembly op
of body portion 11 when the strip 13 is in place.
erations, thereby materially reducing production costs.
As shown in FIG. 3, a modi?ed form of cloth winding
Another object of this invention is to provide an im
board 10A, may have the lateral portions 20A, 21A of
proved cloth winding board which includes a relatively
the display strip 14A of a width greater than that of the
thin body portion carrying improved edge binding strips
lateral portions of edge binding strip 13. Thus, the
and display strips which have adequate surface area to 25 lateral edges 24 of display strip 14A will extend beyond
carry the necessary data relating to the speci?c fabric to
and cover the lateral edges 25 of edge binding strip 13',
be wound on said board.
to provide a smoothly ?nished covering for the edge
Cloth winding boards known to the art are of a bulky
A further object of this invention is to provide an
binding strip.
improved cloth winding board made up of sheet ele nents
FIG. 4 shows a further modi?cation of the invention,
of minimum thickness gauges, yet wholly ‘adequate to 30 wherein cloth winding board 10B comprises a body por
function as a winding core and data providing means
tion 26 in the form of a corrugated board. The com
disposed at the core edges.
plementary edge binding and display strips 13, 14 are
Other objects of this invention will in part be ob
inter?tted and applied to the marginal edge portions of
vious and in part hereinafter pointed out.
body portion 26, with medial portion 15 of the bind
In the drawing:
ing strip 13 abutting edge 27 of said body portion. Spaced
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of one embodiment of
staples 23 again secure the several elements ‘together in
the novel cloth winding board;
a single operation. it will be noted that thewidth of
FIG. 2 is an enlarged, transverse sectional view of
one end edge portion thereof;
the medial portions 15, 19 of the binding and display
strips 13, 14 respectively, is somewhat greater than the
FIG. 3 is a sectional view similar to that of FIG. 2, 40 thickness of body portion 26, thus affording adequate
showing a modi?cation thereof;
FIG. 4 is a sectional view of an end edge portion of
an alternative form of the invention.
Essentially, the cloth winding boards of the instant
invention comprise a ?at rectangular body portion formed
of cardboard, pasteboard, corrugated board, or the like;
edge binding means in the form of folded strips of card
board, pasteboard or the like, and display strips which
overlie the binding strips and carry thereon the data
surface area on the display strip to receive printed data
relating to the fabric to be wound on board 26.
As various changes might be made in the several em
bodiments of the invention as herein shown and described,
without departing from the spirit of the invention, it is
understood that all matter shown and described shall be
deemed illustrative and not by way of limitation except
as set forth in the appended claims.
Having thus disclosed my invention, I claim as new and
or information relating to the fabric to be Wound on the 50 desire to protect by Letters Patent:
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board.
1. A cloth winding board comprising a paperboard
Thus, as shown in FIG. 1, 1i} designates one form of
body portion of uniform thickness, a stilf, reinforcing
cloth winding board embodying the invention. The same
edging strip overlying an edge and marginal portions of
comprises a rectangular shaped body portion 11 which
said body portion, said edging strip having a longitudi
may be formed of cardboard or pasteboard, in laminated 55 nally extending ?at medial portion and longitudinally
or integral form. On each of the opposite marginal end
extending lateral portions on each side of said medial por
portions 11A of body portion 11, there is provided a
combination edge binding strip and display strip.
Edge binding strip 13 is formed of cardboard or paste
board, while display strip 14 is a coated paper well
adapted to receive printing thereon. Binding strip 13
is scored along parallel, longitudinally extending lines
18 to allow said strip to be folded along said score lines
and to thus provide a medial portion 15- and lateral por
tions 16, 17.
The display strip 14 is prefolded along parallel, longi
tudinally extending lines 22, to provide a medial portion
19 and lateral portions 20, 21. The strips 13, 14 may
tion, a thin display strip having longitudinally extending
?at medial and lateral portions overlying the medial and
lateral portions respectively of said edging strip, said
?at medial portions of the edging and display strips hav
ing a width greater than the thickness of said body por
tion, the medial portion of said edging strip abutting
the edge of said body portion and disposed at right angles
thereto, and means passing through the lateral portions
of said strips and the marginal portions of said body por
tion securing said strips to said body portion.
2. A board as in claim 1 wherein said body portion
comprises a single layer of cardboard.
be inter?tted as shown in FIG. 1. The width of medial
3. A board as in claim 1 wherein said body portion
portions 15, 19 of strips 13, 14 is greater than the thick
70 comprises faced corrugated board.
ness of body portion 11, to thus afford adequate surface
4. A cloth winding board comprising a paperboard
area on strip portion 1a to print or otherwise mark there
body portion of uniform thickness, a cardboard edging
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strip overlying an edge and marginal portions of said
body portion, said edging strip being formed with parallel
of said edging strip and the lateral edges of said dis
play strip extend beyond the lateral edges of said edging
fold lines to provide a medial planar portion of a Width
strip.
greater than the thickness of said body portion and lateral
planar portions on each side of said medial portion, said
medial portion abutting the edge of said body portion and
disposed at right angles thereto, a thin display strip cover
7. A board as in claim 4 wherein said edging strip
has a thickness of at least about .845” and said display
strip has a thickness of at least about .008".
ing said edging strip, said display strip being formed with
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
parallel fold lines coincident with the fold lines of said
edging strip whereby medial and lateral portions de 10
?ned by said fold lines respectively overlie the medial
and lateral portions of said edging strip, and penetrating
fastening means passing through the lateral portions of
said strips to secure said strips to marginal portions of
said body portion.
5. A board as in claim 4 wherein the lateral portions
of said strips are inclined toward the marginal portions
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UNITED STATES PATENTS
1,650,051
1,866,330
1,910,589
Smith ______________ .._ Nov. 22, 1927
Thomson ____________ __ July 5, 1932
Butler ______________ .. May 23, 1933
1,959,193
1,966,191
Boeye ______________ .._ May 15, 1934
'Strohofer ____________ -_ July 10, 1934
1,977,144
Provence ____________ __ Oct. 16, 1934
of said body portion.
FOREIGN PATENTS
6. A board as in claim 4 wherein the lateral portions
of said display strip are wider than the lateral portions 20
209,288
Great Britain _________ __ Jan. 10, 1924
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