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Publication numberUS1129658 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 23, 1915
Filing dateJun 3, 1914
Priority dateJun 3, 1914
Publication numberUS 1129658 A, US 1129658A, US-A-1129658, US1129658 A, US1129658A
InventorsJohn H Foy
Original AssigneeJohn H Foy
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Corner-form for concrete construction.
US 1129658 A
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J. H. POY. CORN HR FORM FOR CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION.

Patented Feb. 23, 1915.

APPLICATION YILED' JUNE 3, 1914.

CORNER-FORM F011 GQN'QRETE CQHSTEUGTZQN. I

Spucification of letters Patent.

Patented Feb. 1915.

Application film June 3. 191%. Serial 1%. 53,827.

Be it known that 1, Jun): H. F01. a citizvn if the Ynitmi Shah's. ling in Phil.- delphiu, Pennsylvania, in-ave invented. an lmprm'ed (IOLIXQ!'-FI IIE; for Concrete C011 t1'u(-ti0n, (if which the feilmving is a speci fication.

My inYentiOn relates in farms emplcyed in the molding or casting of eoncreta struc tures. more particuiariy walls, columns. girdvrs, beams, and the like, and the object of my invention to prm'ide a metaliic lihlliblzl. forv the L'HX'HCIS of such forms, which member is $5; wnstructed as t0 pm W10 :1 cl'iamfei-ed -m-imr far the finished z-tru -ture; said member having 2113a p01- tiuns for Mmviumni iw'ur x'ecfiptimi J1" tiara idv imaziis unplug"? making up the xi 0mplvte form, 'iiwse: and featti: my inn-Mimi 11111-1? fuiiy hPK'iilllifU'SZ i'ii'i'u'mm being had is be mmpzuiyiug sir-u 1 which:

Figure 1. is z; View (if 521a type of my impi'mmi cm'ner mar :2? use with forms for commie con .i' cfiian; Fig. i2. is a section piam View of the Gama; Fig. simiiai' View iliusfiraiing 9. modiflint-inn within {1m scope i my .invenflsnn; Fig. 4. is a pmspective new 0f the structure shmm in. E and 7. Views illustrating 41.10: xmhiiiicatimis with in tin: SCUPQ 0*. my zmmtinn, 8, a diagiammzfc piun flew simwing he 90: ner membe played with. a cniumn form.

in the :icwmpanying dz'm'v'ings, 1. :spre IUHtS one type of corner member for mm crete ismms cunstitnting the subject of my invention: imving a. dia gunai. Wiiii 2 in 4 the chamfmied cm'nm' (if the ini turv, and a. plurality iiich form. in pi t0 i'mregive bum-[ls 7 of {1:1 \YjiiS 01% 21 form in wink-Z the my) (2 structure is i mmwidmi. comes eitmezms are 01? metal. hunt or otherwise formed in time ile six-ed shape. and they preferabiy mafia in. continuum; lengths; extending in Hunt instam-es from and. to end 01' the form.

the Walls of the corner fi'yrming devices, for his purpose, mars pmjec tiims 8 may 5% up from {he waiis such ears or projeczions @veflapping each other, as shown in Figs. an& 4, and ham ing registering apertures far the reseption r? hicii'ing ins. 9.

The dept of pmckem .may be varied, and in Hg. 3 I haw shown a mnst'mction 1- in which @219 walis 3 are sherteaed; having suficient suxfae'e, however, engage the boards; 7.

The nae if aim may 99. emitted by naiiing or eiizerwiae fasmming the cor 7 1181' members is 39 boards 7. and in Figs.

I 5. igei omizzed. in tha member I: are nmiiize, 7

7, the

' showing wner members GER},

wads m any haw: shown a 0 mm :2 fiat eha'mfer, this wall m:

be 9g y as? space 16 iih :1 mm 2km: matmiai. came memim' fm? i wm12- mi that bcars 51mm Jar nwnu conn, 1% i1 wiii be nmierstooci may f new} 033$, 10;; farmed inta i119. lesimi shape or comm I whim:

L A corner uiement f0? cezicnsii: cuiumn vi-ms smnprising :1 strip 0f met-91% having its edga per-5on2; shaped to receive the eciges of boards and make up flu; aoz'mt ifi 92211,

said strip having an inner wall disposed between said boards and extending diagonally from the inner wall of one board to the inner wall of an adjacent board.

. 2. A corner element for concrete forms comprising a member having board receiving pockets in its edges, said member having an inner wall which extends diagonally between said pockets and from the inner surface of one board to the corresponding surface of an adjacent board.

3. A corner element for concrete forms comprising a strip of sheet metal having board receiving pockets in its edges disposed at right angles to each other, said metal strip having a Wall extending diagonally between said pockets from the inner surface of one board to the,inner surface of an adjacent board.

4. A corner element for concrete column forms comprising a strip of metal having its edge portions shaped to receive the edges of boards making up the complete form, said strip having an inner wall disposed between said boards and extending diagonally from the inner wall of one board to the inner wall of an adjacent board, and means for stifi'ening said strip of metal.

5. A corner element for concrete column forms comprising a strip of metal havin its edge portions shaped to receive the e ges of boards making up the com lete form, said strip having an inner wall disposed between said boards and extending diagonally from the inner wall of one board to the inner wall of an adjacent board, means for stiffening said strip of metal, said means having ears projecting from opposite ortions and overlapping each other and aving registering apertures, and a locking element engaging said apertures.

In testimony whereof, I have signed my name to this specification, in the presence of two Sllbzi'l 'i-ng witnesses.

JOHN H. FOV. Witnesses:

MURRAY C. Bornn, WM. A. BARR.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification249/188, 425/DIG.107, 249/194, 52/282.4, 249/48, 52/282.1, 217/69, 249/219.1, 403/205
Cooperative ClassificationE04G17/14, Y10S425/107