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Número de publicaciónUS1465691 A
Tipo de publicaciónConcesión
Fecha de publicación21 Ago 1923
Fecha de presentación31 May 1921
Fecha de prioridad31 May 1921
Número de publicaciónUS 1465691 A, US 1465691A, US-A-1465691, US1465691 A, US1465691A
InventoresSnedeker James W
Cesionario originalSnedeker James W
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Tool holder
US 1465691 A
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Aug. 21, 1923. 1,465,691

J. w. SNEDEKER TOOL HOLDER File y 31. 1921 Patented Aug. 21, 1923.

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Application filedMay 31 1921.. Serial No 474,004.

To all-whom itmag/ concern'i Be it known that I, Janus VJ. SNEDEKEn, a citizen of the United Stat'es,and residing at Adrian, :in the county of-Lenawee and State of Michigan, have invented a new and Improved Tool Holder, of which the fol-- lowing'is aspecification. v p 7 "ThlS invention relates to'receptacles for tools and other small articles, and its object is to produce a device this character formed of a sericsof compartments whlch 'may be opened to present its entire contents larcross section,means to. attach the fabric to the rods, -and strips of fabric-,at theends of therods to .close the ends of thefcompart'ments. I H V It also consists in aseries' o'fgmetal links mounted on the ends of the rods to hold .them in proper position, the "links beingin twoseries, each series extending from the rods of one plane to the rods of the other parallel to each other. I f f ltalso consistsin splitsheet metal cylinders fitting around the fabric and the rods to secure them together.

It also consists in the details of construction illustratedin the accompanying drawing and particularly pointed out in the claims,

In the drawing, Fig. '1 is a perspective view of this improved tool holder when opened. Fig. 2 is an end view thereof when folded. Fig. 3 is a central longitudinal section of one end thereof. Fig. is an elevation of one end of a side thereof.

Similar reference characters refer tolike parts throughout theseveral views. V

A strip 1 of fabric whose width is that of the desired holder is passed over the upper rods 2 and under the lower rods 3 which are all parallel to each other in twosets in the finished device. I prefer to fit trough shaped strips of sheet metal 4 over the fabric at merit with minimum effort.

these rods andben'dthe strips to cylindrical form to lock the' fabric to the rod, as shown in Fig. 3, but it is evident'that the locking strips may be omitted from some 'of' the rods and that they may be of any desired len th'.

-trips 5 and6 of'fabric, preferably being I provided with metal eyelets 7 are then slipped over-the ends of' 'the rods-and the ends 8 of these strips are secured to the end folds of thestrip 1 in any desired-manner,

metal fasteners -9 being shown. Links 10 and 11 are then slipped over the end frods, these endsbeing'slightly headed outside the links ;to' prevent removal. These may be wound around the collapsedhold er,

links may be omittedif a stiff fabric 'lis used. 'If desired, a'fle-Xible-fiap l2- nay extend from one end fastening strip land as shown in Fig. 2, tapes 13 being provided to hold the'receptacle collapsed if desired.

" the "walls of each compartmentare of fabric, this ,holde'rfis admirably adap ted for line tools and other. articles such as silverware which shouldbe kept separated j to prevent' i injury. ."When opened out as shown in I1, each article in each compartment is :fully displayed, is readily. accessible and can be returned togits c'ompartr This makes thisholderespecially adapted for traveling automobiles, V

Thefdetails of construction and the prosalesmens samplesand forthe tools usedon 1' portions 'of the parts irnay all be changed by those-'skilled iii' the without departing from thespirit of my invention as set forth the following claims. 7

I claim '95 1. A collapsible receptacle comprising a series of parallel rods in two planes, a sheet of fabric extending back and forth between therods of thetwo planes to form a series of compartments, and means for holding the rods of the two planes spaced apart. I

2. A collapsible receptacle comprising a series of parallel rods in one plane, a sheet it of fabric connected to said rods and form ing a series of compartments between the rods, and pairs of links at both ends of said rods, each link being pivoted'at one end to I one of said rods and at its other-end to the end of a link attached to the next rod.

adjacent I 3. A collapsible receptacle comprising, series of parallel rods in two substantially of fabric extending back and forth around the rods of the two planes to form a series of compartments triangular in cross section, means to attach the fabric to the.rods.,

and strips of fabric closing the ends of the compartments.

4. A collapsible receptacle comprising a series of parallelrrods in two substantially parallel planes, the rods of each plane being spaced midway the rods of the other, a sheet of fabric eXtending back and forth around the rods of the two planes to form a series of compartments triangular in cross section, means to attach the fabric to the rods, strips of fabric closing the ends of the compartments, said strips having perforations so said rods may extend through the strips. and links connecting the upper rods and the lower rod of each compartment. f

A. collapsible receptacle comprising a series of parallel rods in two substantially parallel planes, the rods of each plane being spaced midway the rods of the other, a sheet of fabric extending back and forth around the rods of the two planes to form a series of compartments triangular in cross SGCtlOll,

means to attach the fabric to the rods, .and strips of fabric closing the ends of. the compartments, said attaching means comprising trough-shaped strips of metal bent to cylindrical form around'the fabric and rods.

6. A collapsible receptacle comprising a series of parallel rods in two substantially parallel planes, the rodsof eachplane being spaced midway the rods of the other, a sheet of fabric extending back and forth around the rods of the two planes to form a series of compartments triangular in cross section,

means to attach the fabric to the rods, strips offabric closing the ends of the compartments, said strips having perforations so said rods may extend through the strips, and aseries of metal links mounted on the ends of the rods to hold them in position, the links being in two series, each series extending spaced midway the rods of the other, a sheet of fabric extending back and forth. around the rods of the two planesto form a series of compartments triangular in cross section,

means to attach the fabric to the rods, strips of fabric closing the endsof the compartments, said attaching means comprising trough-shaped strips of metal bent to'cylindrical form around the fabric and rods, and a flap of flexible materialextending from one end fastening strip and adapted to be wound around the receptacle when collapsed.

'8. A collapsible receptacle comprising a series of: parallel rods in two substantially parallel planes, a sheet of fabric extending back and forth around the rods of the two planes to form a series of compartments,

means to attach the fabric to the rods, and a strip of fabric closingtheends of the coinartments. e

9. A collapsible receptacle comprising a series of parallel rods in two substantiallyv parallel planes, a sheet extending back and forth around the rods of .the two planes'to form a series of compartments, means to attach thefabric to the rods of one plane, and means to close theends of the compartments.

a 10. A collapsible receptacle comprising a series of parallel rods intwo" substantially parallelv planes, a sheetextending back and forth around the rods ofthe two planesto form a seriesof compartments, means to at- -tach thefabricto the rods of one plane,

means to close the ends of the compartments,

and means. connecting the ends of each of the rods of one plane rods of the other planet...-

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Clasificaciones
Clasificación de EE.UU.206/372, 211/10
Clasificación internacionalB25H3/00, B25H3/06, B65D6/18
Clasificación cooperativaB25H3/06
Clasificación europeaB25H3/06