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July 3, 1962
3,041,620
J. BROWN
ATTACHMENT FOR A POWER STAPLER
Filed March 23, 1961
INVENTOR.
BY JE s s
BROWN
.HlS ATTORNEYS
United States Patent
3,041,620
"11cc 1
Patented July 3, 1962
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17 ’ and 17 " of the recess 16 provide therebetween a slide
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area which will receive and guide the staple driver and
the driven staple. The slide area as provided by the recess
16 is adapted to be positioned relative to the staple maga
ATTACHMENT FOR A POWER STAPLER
Jess Brown, Chicago, 111., assiguor to Catherine E.
Rhinevault, Chicago, Ill.
Filed Mar. 23, 1961, Ser. No. 97,781
4 Claims. (Cl. 1-187)
Zinc 11 as seen in FIG. 1 and thus will receive successive
staples therefrom with the staple positioned in the slide
area as de?ned by the recess 16 as seen in FIG. 4.
The recess 16 has one end thereof constructed in a
This invention relates to a new andruseful improvement
manner to conform to the circular end 14 of the enlarged
in an attachment for a power stapler and more particu
larly to a device that will deform a staple into a substan 10 head 13. By this construction the recess provides spaced
tially circular fastener.
apart confronting forming ends 17 and 18. inwardly of
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- the forming ends 17 and 18 and extending laterally from
the base of the recess 16 are guide pins 19 and 20. These
in a device of this character of a means for guiding a,
The principal object of this invention is in the provision
power driven staple into a predetermined con?guration
about a work piece.
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Another principal object of this invention is in the
guide pins 19 and 20‘are so positioned with respect to
the forming ends 17 and 18 that they provide therebeL
tween staple end bending grooves 21,and 22.
In operation the attachment body 12 is mounted to a
power-stapler 10 in the manner shown in FIG. 1. A
provision in a device of this character of a means for‘
closing the free ends of a staple so as to wrap the ends
around an object in the manner of a hog ring as pres
staple will be loaded on theattachment 12 in the position
The work piece will be inserted into
the slot 15. The plunger of the stapler 10 upon actua
A still further object of this invention is in a provision
tion will force the staple through the slide area provided'
in a device of this character of a means providing an open
by the recess 16 into the direction of the slot 15.
end work receiving opening relatively positioned with re‘
The ends 23 and 24 of the staple will be guided by the
spect to staple forming ends adapted to cooperate with
suitable guides for stapling a work piece in a predea 25 guide pins 19 and 20 into the staple end bending-grooves
'21 and 22 respectively. As the ends 23 and 24 of the
termined manner.
staple ‘engage the forming ends 17 and 18‘ they will be
Yet, another object of this invention is in the provision
caused to be bent into the vdirection of each other. The
in an attachment for ya power stapler that is simple in use,
work to be fastened will have been inserted into-the slot
et?cient in operation and economical in manufacture.\
30 15 and the staple ends 23 and 24 will be caused to be
Other objects will appear hereinafter.
wrapped around the work piece as the staple is driven.
The invention consists in the novel combination and ar
FIG. 5 discloses a staple “A” with the ends 23 and 24
rangement of parts to be hereinafter described and
thereof in their overlapping closed relation as accom‘
claimed.
plished through the employment of the attachment here
The invention will be best understood by reference to
ently used in the furniture industry.
20 shown in FIG. 4.
the accompanying drawings showing the preferred form 35
inbefore described.
of construction, and in which:
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a power stapler and
By the construction of the attachment for a power.
stapler as hereinbefore described it is evident that a work
piece is readily applied to the power stapler. This open
end work receiving slot 15 permits the use of a power
the improved attachment associated therewith;
FIG. ,2 is a perspective view of the improved attach- _
ment;
FIG. 3 is a side elevational sectional detailed view of
the attachment taken on lines 3-3 of FIG. 2;
FIG. 4 is a fragmentary plan view of the head of the
improved attachment; and
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stapler in industriesésuch as. the furniture and upholstery
industry wherein the work does not permit a staple form
ing apparatus to be placed in a spaced apart operative
position with respect to the power stapler 10.
While this is‘ illustrative of one of the many uses that
FIG. 5 is a plan view of the staple in ?nished attaching 4:5 this attachment may accomplish it is understood that the
use and bene?ts of this invention are not to be limited
form.
This invention relates to an attachment for a power
stapler that will cause the driven staple to assume a
closed condition. By a closed condition it is meant that
in any manner.
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While I have illustrated and described the preferred
form of construction for carrying my invention/into ef
the staple will have its free penetrating ends bent in the. 50 fect, this is capable of variation and modi?cation without
direction of each other and into an overlapping relation
departing from the spirit of the invention. 1, therefore,
with respect to each other about a work piece or the like.
Referring to FIG. 1 I disclose a conventional power
staple 10 having a staple magazine 11. The attachment
do not wish to be limited to the precise details of con
1 struction set forth, but desire to avail myself of such varia—
tions and modi?cations as come within the scope of the
of this invention is adapted to be removably connected 55 appended claims.
to the power stapler 10 so that staples contained in the
Having thus described my invention, Whatl claim as
magazine 11 will be successively positioned with respect
to the attachment and the driving plunger of the power
new and desire to protect by Letters Patent is:
1. Ah attachment for a power stapler or the like com
stapler 10.
prising an elongated body one end of which includes a
The improved attachment comprises a substantially 60 means for closing in a wrap around arrangement the ends
elongated body 12 terminating into an enlarged head 13.
The enlarged head 13' is provided with a circular end
of a staple, said means comprising an open end staple re
thereof a recess 16 which extends in the direction of the
viding oppositely disposed confronting forming ends in
ceiving head provided with a work receiving slot extend
ing in the direction of the longitudinal'length of said
14 which has formed therein a work receiving slot 15.
body, said staple receiving head recessed to provide a
This Work receiving slot 15 is so formed as to extend in
the direction of the longitudinal length of the body 12 as _ 65 slide area through which a driven staple is adapted to
pass, said recess extending on either side of and being of
seen in FIGS. 2 and 4.
a length ‘greater than said work receiving slot and pro
The enlarged head 13 has formed in one side face
This 70 communication with said open end ‘work receiving slot,
and means provided by said recess for guiding the driven
recess 16 is of a width and length greater than that of
staple as it is moved in the direction of said'work receiv
slot 15 as seen in FIGS. 2, 3 and 4. The opposite walls
longitudinal length of the body 12 and slot 15.
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ing slot, and means in said recession either side of said
slot and cooperating with said forming ends to cause the
end work receiving slot, and means provided by said
driven staple to wraparound a workpiece disposed in
Y direction of said Work receiving slot, and means in said
recess on either side of said slot and cooperating with said
said work receiving slot.
recess for guiding the driven staple as it is moved in the
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c 2. An attachment for a power stapler or thelike com
prising an elongated body one end of which includes a
' means for closing in a wrap around arrangement the ends
of _a staple, said means comprising an open end staple
receiving head provided with‘ a work’ receiving slot 'ex-v
tending in the direction of the longitudinal length of said 10
body, said staple receiving head recessed to provide a
slide area'through which a driven staple is adapted to
pass, said recess extending on either side of and being of
a length greater‘tha‘n said work receiving slot and pro—
staple forming means to cause the driven staple to wrap
around a work piece disposed in'said work receiving slot.
4. An attachment for av power stapler or thelike com
prising an elongated body one end of’which includes a
means for closing in a wrap around arrangement the ends
of a staple, said means comprising an open end staple
receiving head provided with a ‘work ‘receiving slot ex
tending in the direction of the longitudinal length of said
body, said staple receiving head recessed to provide a
"slide area through which a driven stapleris adapted to
15 ‘pass, said recess extending on either‘ side of and being of
vvidin‘g oppositely disposed confronting formingrends in
‘communication with opposite sides of said open end work
a length greater than said work receiving slot and provid
ing opposite disposed spaced apart'staple forming means
receiving slot, and means provided by said recess for
guiding the driven staple as it is 'moved in the direction
in communication with opposite sides of said open end
of said Work Vreceivingslot, and guide pins in said recess
work receiving slot, and means provided by said recess
on either ‘side of said slot and cooperating with said -20 ‘for guiding thedriven staple as it is moved in the direc
forming ends to cause the driven staple to wrap around
tionrof said work receiving slot, and guide pins in said
a workpiece disposed in said‘ work receiving slot.’
recess on either side of said slot and cooperating with
,3. An attachment for a power stapler ‘or the like corn
said staple forming means to cause the driven staple to
'prisingvan elongated body onerendr of whichiincludes a V wrap around a work piece disposed in said work receiving
' means for closing in a wrap around arrangement the ends
slot.
of a staple, said means comprising an open end staple
‘receiving head provided with a work receiving slot ex
tending in the'direction of the longitudinal length of said
body, said staple receiving head recessed to provide a
slide" area through which a driven staple is adapted to a0
pass, said recess extending‘on either side of and being'of
“a length “greater than said work receiving slot and pro
vviding'oppositely disposed spaced apart staple forming
means in communication with opposite sides offsaidropen
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