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Aug- 28, 1952
E. w. STANTON ETAL
3,050,899
CARRYING CASE COVER FOR SEWING MACHINES
Filed March 27, 1959
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INVENTORS
Edward W. Stanton
WITNESS
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Kenneth Perkins
ATTORNEY_
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Aug. 28, ‘1962
E. w. STANTON ETAL
3,050,899
CARRYING CASE COVER FOR SEWING MACHINES
Filed March 27, 1959
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INVENTORS
Edward W Sfam‘on
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WITNESS
BY
Kenneth Perkins
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3,959,899
United States Patent 0 "ice
Patented Aug. 28, 1962
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of the strip 121 and the covering 122, is apertured as at
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123. Each end of the handle 30 is covered by a channel
shaped metallic end cover 124 equipped with a depending
threaded shank 126. The shank 126 passes through the
aperture 123 in the handle 30 and through a hole 127
formed in the top wall 96. Beneath the top wall 96 and
more speci?cally beneath the two cavities 98 and 99 as
well as below the bottom of the wall portion which
forms the depression 97, there extends a handle rein
3,050,899
CARRYING CASE COVER FOR SEWDIG
-
MACHHNES
Edward W. Stanton, Cranford, and Kenneth Perkins,
Scotch Plains, NJ., assignors to The Singer Manufac
turing Company, Elizabeth, N..l., a corporation of New
Jersey
Filed Mar. 27, 1959, Ser. No. 802,413
4 Claims. (Cl. 45—68.2)
10 forcing bar or plate 128 formed of strip steel. Opposite
ends of the bar 128 have elongated holes 129 adapted
This invention relates to sewing machine carrying cases of the type comprising two separate parts, viz., a base
member and a cover member, the base member being
arranged to support a sewing machine and the cover
member being arranged preferably to rest on the base 15
.
member and to cover the sewing machine, and this in
vention more particularly relates to molded or cast covers
for such carrying cases.
Objects of the invention include providing, an improved
to accommodate the two shanks 126-426. Each shank
1216 at a location below the bar 127 is provided with a
lock washer and nut 132.
Inside the cover member 17 (FIGS. 4, 5 and 6) there
are provided a plurality of reinforcing ribs 141, 142, 143,
144, 146 and 147. The ribs 141 and 142, which are in
terrupted by the cavities 98 and 99, are spaced and ex
tend along the inside surface of the front wall 91, along
molded or cast cover‘for sewing machine carrying cases, 20 the inside surface of the top wall 96, and along the inside
surface of the rear wall 93. The ribs 143 and 144 are
and an improved sewing machine carrying case cover
spaced and extend along the inside surface of the left
end wall 92, along the inside surface of the top wall 96
inexpensive to manufacture.
and each makes a T-joint or connection with the rib 141.
With the above and other objects in view, as will
hereinafter appear, the invention comprises the devices, 25 The ribs 146 and 147 are spaced and extend along the
inside surface of the right end wall 94, along the inside
combinations and arrangements of parts hereinafter set .
surface of the top wall 96 and each makes a T-joint with
forth and illustrated in the accompanying drawings of a
the rib v142.
preferred embodiment of the invention, from which the
The subject carrying case is used in the following man
several features of the invention and the advantages at
tained thereby, will be readily understood by those skilled 30 ner. When it becomes desirable to transport a sewing
machine 64 in the carrying case, the cover member 17
in the art.
.
is placed over the sewing machine 64 and on top of the
FIG. 1 is an external perspective view of a sewing ma
base member 16 in such a manner that the lower edge of
chine carrying case having a molded or cast cover em
which will be light in weight, rigid in construction, and
bodying the present invention, dash-dash lines of FIG. 1
the cover member 17 rests on the rim 18. When this is
showing a sewing machine housed in the carrying case,
FIG. 2 is a longitudinal sectional elevational view of
the base member and a portion of the cover member of
the carrying case shown in FIG. 1, the sewing machine
accomplished, the latches 23-—23 are closed and the
carrying case 16-17 and sewing machine 64 are picked
being shown in elevation.
we claim herein is:
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up as a unit by use of the handle 30.
Having thus disclosed the nature of the invention, what
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v1. A molded or cast cover for a sewing machine carry
FIG. 3 is a transverse sectional view taken on the line 40
ing case, said cover comprising a front wall, a back wall,
3—3 of FIG. 2.
FIG. 4 is a longitudinal sectional elevational view of
the cover, per se, taken on the line 4—4 of FIG. 5,
FIG. 5 is a sectional view taken on the line 5—-5 of
FIG. 4,
FIG. 6 is a bottom view of the cover, and
FIG. 7 is an enlarged sectional view on the line 7—7
of FIG. 4.
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The sewing machine carrying case, shown in the draw
two. end walls and a top wall, said top wall being pro
vided with cavities formed in portions of said top wall
and each of said cavities communicating with a hole
passing through said top Wall; a handle having apertured
ends disposed in said cavities; a channel shaped end
cover positioned on top of each end of said handle; a
shank member secured to each of said end covers and said
shank members passing through the apertured ends of
ings, includes a base member 16 and a molded or cast 50 said handle, and through said holes in said top wall;
means for securing said shank members to said top wall;
cover member 17. A rim 18 extends completely around
the upper outer boundary of the base member 16 and this
rim 18 receives the lower edge of the cover member 17.
The base member 16 carries, at its opposite ends, a pair
of keepers 19-—19 held in place by a plate 21 and screws 55
wall, said pair of reinforcing ribs being interrupted by
22-22.
When the cover member 17 rests on the rim 18
the portions of said top wall which form the said cavities.
the keepers 19-19 may be engaged by a pair of latches
2. A molded or cast cover for a sewing machine carry—
and a pair of spaced reinforcing ribs extending along the
inside surface of said front wall, along the inside surface
of said top wall and along the inside surface of said back
ing case, said cover comprising a front wall, a back wall,
23—23 secured to the cover member 17 by a plate 26 and
two end Walls and a top wall, said top wall being pro
screws 27—27. The cover member has a pick-up handle
30 by use of which the carrying case can be picked up 60 vided with cavities formed in portions of said top wall and
each of said cavities communicating with a hole passing
when the latches 23-43 engage the keepers 19—19.
through said top wall; a handle having aperture-d ends
The cover member 17 has a front wall 91, an end wall
disposed in said cavities; an apertured handle reinforcing
92, a rear wall 93, a second end wall 94 and a top wall
bar positioned beneath said top wall; a channel shaped
96, the top wall 96 being provided with the pick-up handle
30 previously mentioned. The top wall 96 is also provided 65 end cover positioned on top of each end of said handle;
a shank member secured to each of said end covers and
with a depression 97 which facilitates grasping the handle
said shank members passing through the apertured ends
30 by the hand (not shown) of an operator. Opposite
of said handle, through said holes in said top wall, and
ends of the handle 30 are disposed in spaced cavities 98
through said apertured reinforcing bar; means for secur
and 99 which extend outwardly from the depression 97.
The handle 30, per se, is constructed from a bowed steel 70 ing said reinforcing bar to said shank members; and a
pair of spaced reinforcing ribs extending along the in
strip 121 completely surrounded by a rubber like cover
side surface of said front wall, along the inside surface
ing 122. Each end of the handle 30, and thus each end
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lof'said top wall and along the'inside surface of said'back
said'shank members
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through’ theI apertu'red
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walL-sai'd pair of‘reinforcing‘ribs engaging the portions »' -T of saidhandle, through said holes‘ in'saidv top wall, and I a
through said' apertured reinforcingbarg. means for secur
offsaid Vtop'wall which form the said cavities.
ing said reinforcing bar to said vshank members; a ?rst
"3. A molded or cast coyer‘for asewing machine carry
T ‘-f_ ingca'se, said cover comprising a'front wall,>a’backawall, 5' pair ofspaced reinforcing ribs extending- along the inside
surface ot‘saidv front wall, albr'ig'thejinside surface of
wall, said ?rst pairof reinforcing'ribs being interrupted
" a ’ two end walls and a top wall, said top wall being pro-Vv
said top wall» and along the inside surfaced} said back
Vided with a centrally located hand accommodating‘ dei
'' > ~' préssion, the opposite ends of said‘depression'cémmuni
; rcatin'g withgcavities- formed’ in portions of said top wall
l by the portions of said- top wall which _fvorr'n the said .
and each as said cavities communicating with arhole pass 10 cavities';'_a'nd other spaced reinforcing ribs extending along
the inside surface of one of said end wall'sjalcmg the in
ing through; said top vWall; a handle having apertured ends
side‘v surface‘ of‘ said~tep wall'and along “the insidejsur‘face
disposed in said c'avitiesya channel shaped end cover
positioned on'topgofeachend’oi said'handle;,a shank
_1 of said other end wall.
member: secured‘ to each of said “end covers’ and said
' , shank 'nienibe'rs passing through’ the apertured ends of 15_ i ~ '
said handle, through said holes inisai'd top wall, means
vfor securing‘ said shank members tosaid top wall; anda
pairs lofspaced. reinforcing ribswextendin'g along the inside
isaidj top walll'and' along the‘ inside surface'of said ‘back
ofsaid'top Wall‘ which form the “said cavities." _‘
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4. r-Ainfiolded onca‘st cover fora Sewing machine ,ca'rryl.
.two and stalls sandi sen Wall, Said-i015 .walll béing ‘Pro-i
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bar positioned beneath-‘said topi'wallfa channel‘ Shaped’.
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