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Publication numberUS1005012 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 3, 1911
Filing dateDec 12, 1910
Priority dateDec 12, 1910
Publication numberUS 1005012 A, US 1005012A, US-A-1005012, US1005012 A, US1005012A
InventorsWilliam D Forsyth
Original AssigneeAlexander M Neeper, William D Forsyth
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Metal window-frame.
US 1005012 A
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W- D. PORSYTH. METAL WINDOW FRAME. APPLICATION ULED DEO.12, 1910.

1,005,012. Patented Oct. 3, 191

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W. 1). PORSYTH. METAL WINDOW FRAME. APPLICATION FILED DEC. 12, 1910. I

Patented Oct. 3, 19 11.

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UNITED STATES PATENT- OFFICE.

WILLIAM D. FORS YTI-I, OE YOUNGSTOWN. OHIO, ASSIGNQR'OF ONE-HALF TO ALEXANDER M. NEEPER, OF PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA.

METAL WINDQlV-FRAME.

Specification of- Letters Patent Patented Oct. 3, 1911.

Application filed December 12, 1910. Serial N0. 596,762.

To all whom it may concern: I

Be it known that I, "WILLIAH D. FOR- srTi-I, a citizen of the UnitedlState's, residing at Youngstown, in the county of Mahoning and State of Ohio, have invented. a new and useful Metal lVindowJ rame, of which the following is a specification. f

Myinvention relates to a new andlilseful form of metal window frames, adapted to be used in place of wood or other material here:

tofore used in making sashes for windows.

' to form the stiles or barsof the frame.

'My' invention consists in an improved metal window frame of easy and cheap manufacture, it is strong, flexible and adaptable in use in making and operating windows.

My improved metal window frame is illustrated in the accompanying drawings in which Figure 1 is a. perspective view of the top molding of my window frame. Fig. 2 is another, view of the same top molding notched for the reception of the stiles or bars of a window-frame. Figs. 3 and 4 are" perspective views of the metal sections used Fig." 5 at a is a vertical cross section of 4 at see i tion line a a. Fig. 5 at Z) is a joint formed i by 8 and 4 with 4 shown in elevation and 3 i in cross section at a line flush with the web I of 4. Fig. 5 at 0 shows across section of 3 at sectionline c c. Fig. 6 is a joint formed by 3 and 4 with 3 in elevation and 4 in crossf secti'on at a line flush with theweb of 3. Fig. 5 7 is a perspective view of the joint of the' frame formed by the bars or stiles 3 and 4. Fig. 8 is a cross section of molding 2 mounted upon stile 4. Fig. 9 is a cross section of I molding 2 and stile 4, with the slips G, C, holding panes of glass in place; dotted lines showing position of putty. Fig. 10 shows:

perspective view of molding 1- with a U section used for the stile or bar and substituted for the T section shown in the preceding figures. Fig. 11 shows the clip 0 in elevation and end view. Fig' 12 shows a. joint'in my improved window frame with T section used for the bars or stiles thereof and top molding attached thereto, part of said noldingbeing uotchedand continuous and the other part of said molding being parted at said continuous molding.

:top molding. thus assembledwith the notched top mold- ,The to molding of my improved frame andthe 'sction form tifthe' stiles or bars thereof are preferably formed by rolling metal to the cross section of said molding and the said T section of said stiles orbars shown in Figs. 1, 2. 3, and 4. Aftersaid molding has been rolled of a suitable metal of suitable dimensions, it is-notched as at 2, Fig. 2, so that it may be passed over the flange of 3 when the same is placed on 4 to form a joint as in Fig. 7 The bar or stile shown in Fig. 3 is preferably rolled in T section of suitable metal and dimensions and is notched at 3 as shown, in Fig. 3, so that it may he joined with baror stile 4. Bar or stile 4 shown in Fig. 4 is made of suitable metal by rolling in the T sectionand is notched at 4 4, Fig. 4, so as. to form with 3 the oint or cross shown in Fig. 7. r

hen the T section stiles or bars 3 and 4' are notched and assembled by, placing them so that the notches therein coincide so as to form. the structure shown in Fig. 7, with the top surface. of their flanges flushed with one another and with the bottom parts ofsaid flanges in substantially the same plane'g thc top molding shown in Fig. 2 is placed longitudinally with stile 4 so as the flange of 3 is inserted in the notches 2 2 of said The bars or stiles 3 and 4 as ing 2 are placed in a press and the ends 2 2 of molding 2 are pressed around the flanges of 4 as shown in Figs. 9 and 12. After stiles or bars 3 and 4 have been as sembled in any desired number and the notched molding 2 is placed thereon and the ends thereof 2 2 are pressed around the flanges of said stiles or bars 4, lengths of molding 1 are cut of siiflicient lengthso that B of molding 2 in one member of the frame to the next adjacent molding 2 over the next parallel stile of the' frame. Said short lengths of molding 1, Fig. 12, are fitted and formed at both ends so as to conform to the lines and curves of molding 2. Said short lengths of molding 1 are then placed over the flanges of stile or bar 3 and the ends 1 of said molding 1 are pressed around the flanges of stile 3. When the T section stiles or bars 3 and 4am connected together at their notched portions and molding 2 is placed over the flanges'of stile or bar 4 and the ends of molding 2. pressed around the flanges of said bars and the short lengths of the bead 1 thereof will extend from bead .3, the construction shown in Fig; 12 results.

Clip C is. made of sheet metal and is pressed and cut in the shape shown in Fig. 11 when it is used in connection with my frame before the ends of moldings 1 and 2 are pressed around the flanges of 4 and 3 respectively, said 'clip C is placed at intervals under said flanges and next to the web of said stiles or bars3 and 4, and when the ends of moldings 1 and 2 are pressed around the' flanges of said bars or stiles, said ends are made to include the ends of said clip so as to form the construction shown in Fig. 9; putty may then be placed under the flanges of the stiles 3 and 4' so as to occupy the space shown in dotted lines, Fig. 9.

Fig. 10 shows a U shaped section substituted for the T. section of the other figures the clip C being substituted by the tongue T punched from the U shaped stile.

What I claim as my invention is:

1. In a metal window frame, the combination of series of stiles of T-shaped sections,

inotehed in the lower edges of their webs; a

second series of stiles of 'T-shapecl section notched in their flanges and the upper portions of their webs, said series of stiles being adapted when placed across one another and pressed together at their respective notches to form rectangular apertures in said window frame with the tops of the flanges of both of said series of bars being substantiall in the same plane; continuous notched mol ings adapted to be placed longitudinally along said .stiles having notched flanges and notched in the upper portions of their webs and formed to pass over the unnotched flanges of the other series of stiles having webs notched at their lower edges only, said continuous notched moldings having downwardly extending ends adapted to be bent around the flan es of the stiles having notched flanges an notches in the upper portions of their webs; and sectional moldings adapted to be placed over the flanges of the bars having notched webs only and having downwardly extending ends adapted to be bent around the flanges of said last mentioned bars, being made of such length and being fitted so as to extend along the stiles having notched webs only between the lines of continuous moldin s mounted upon the flanges of the stiles havlng notched flanges and webs.

'2. In a metal Window frame the combination of series of T-shaped bars notched at the lower edges of their webs only; a second series of T-shaped bars notched in 'their flanges and in the upperparts of their webs; continuous. moldings mounted on said bars i i notched in their flanges and the upper parts flanges of the other series of bars; and sectional moldings of the same cross section as the continuous moldings, adapted to be mounted upon said series of T-shaped bars,

having'notches in the lower port-ions of their webs'only, between the lines of saidcontinuous moldings, both said series of T- shaped bars being so notched as to webs i and flanges that when placed across one another the top surfaces of their flanges will be substantially in the same plane.

3. In ametal window frame the combination of series of T-shaped bars notched in their flanges and the.upper parts of their webs; a second series of bars. having continuous flanges notched at the lower edges of their webs only; continuous moldings mounted longitudinally on said series of bars notched at their flanges and the upper portions of their' webs, said continuous moldings being notched so as to pass OVGl the continuous flange of said series of bars notched at the lower edges of their webs only, said moldings having downwardly cxtending ends adapted to be bent around the notched flanges of said first series of bars;

sectional moldings of the same cross section as said continuous moldings with downwardly extending ends adapted to be mounted upon said bars having continuous flanges and notched at the lower edges of their webs only between said continuous moldings, having downwardly. extending ends being adapted to be bent around the continuous flanges of saidsecond series of bars; and

glass-holding clips attached to the under.

side of the flanges of both of said series of bars by the downwardly extending ends of said continuous and sectional moldings bent around the flanges of said bars; both of said series of T-sh'aped bars being so notched as to webs and flanges that when placed across one another the top surfaces of their flanges will be substantially on the same plane.

- 4. In a metal window frame the combination of series of T-shaped notched bars so 5. In a metal window frame the combina tion of .two series of T-shaped notched bars so formed that .when placed across one another at their notches, the top surfaces of their flanges will be substantially in the same plane; withcontinnous to moldings notched at their lower edges a ed to one ofthe series of said bars and sectional top moldings aflixed to the other series of said bars, between the parallellines of continuous top moldings, both of said moldings betion of two series of T-shaped bars notched s that when placed across one another the bottom surfaces of the flanges of both of said series of bars adapted for the'reception of panes of glass are substantially in the same plane and series of moldings mounted upon said series of bars, the one series of moldings being continuous and notched at their lower edges and attached to one series of bars, and the other series of moldings being sectional and extending between said continuous notched moldings and attached to the other series of bars 7 7. In a metal window frame the combination of series of T-shaped bars notched so that when placed across one another the 0 bottom surfaces of the flanges of both of said series of bars adapted for the reception of panesofglass are substantially in the same plane; series of moldings mounted upon said serles of bars, the one serles of moldings being continuous and notched at their lower edges and'the other series of moldings being sectional and extending between said continuous notched moldings mounted .as aforesaid and glass-holding clips attached by the downwardly extending ends of said moldings to the under side of the flanges of said bars. v

In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name in the presence of two subscribing witnesses;

WILLIAM D. FORSYTH.

Witnesses:

, M. E. THOMAS,

JAMns'F. CALLAHAN.

Copies of this patent may be obtained for five cents each, by addressing the Commissioner of Patents,

' Washington, D. 0.'

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Classifications
U.S. Classification52/664, 403/346, 52/656.6, 52/668, 52/DIG.800, 52/204.69
Cooperative ClassificationE04B9/127, Y10S52/08