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Publication numberUS1202345 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 24, 1916
Filing dateNov 27, 1915
Priority dateNov 27, 1915
Publication numberUS 1202345 A, US 1202345A, US-A-1202345, US1202345 A, US1202345A
InventorsGeorge P Wigginton
Original AssigneeKalamazoo Loose Binder Co
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Binder device.
US 1202345 A
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G'. P. WIGGIIIITON.

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Be it 4known' that I, (/liioRGE P. VIGGIAw` TON, ay citizen'ot the United States, residing at'Kalain'aZoo, icount- V' ot' Ialaniazoo, State ot' Michigan,v have'invei'ited certain new and useful"Improvements 'in Binder Devices,y ot which the following is a specication.-

` Thisinvention relates to improvements in biniilei devices.' I

fit/.ly present?- 'imp'rovenients are especially designed by Ilme' for use with temporary binders or `loose sheet holders such as ill'us trated and described in my application for Letters Patent, tiled March 19. 1015,' 19er. No.-` 15,590. 'Wy present improvements a.-l however', adaptedjand desirable'foruse with -va'rious types' ot" teniporary binders having separably associated binder'i'nembers which may be separated to facilitate theinsertion andremoval of sheets. v

The main 'jobjects ot' this invention are: First, to provideyaii improved binder device which facilitates theI use of temporary binders `or loose sheet holders. Second; to provide an improved device which is vcapable of being adjusted to positionto receive a binder andto the desired position tosupport and facilitate the handling` of the sheets." f A l Farther objects, and objects relating` to structural details, will deinitely appear trom the detailed description to tollow.

hI accomplish the objects of my invention by the devices andm'eans described inthe following` specification.,k i

Thef inventionl is .clearlyY delined and pointed oiitin the claims. i

`A structure whichis a preferred 'embodi-v ment 'offmy' invention is clearl)v illustrated inthe acconip'anying drawing. forming a part of this specification. in which Figiire I is a side view of a structure em-` bodying the features lot'nmy invention `with a teinporaiiv binder arranged therein. Fig. Hisa `plan view, partialliY in section, on a line corresponding' to the broken line'lv ot FiV'I.l Hlfis la vertical longitudinal section llon a line'correspondine to" the"brokenI line 3-"13 of 'Fig "Il, `with the parts -in 'ex-` tended position. .ligzf IVl is" a detaily side elevation of a,slightly'inodied structure in which the base .isfnon-adjustable., j ,l

,ln the drawingsimilar reference characters referto similar parts throughout the several views, and the sectional views are taken looking-in'tlie direction ofthe little arrows at the 'ends ot the 'se tion lines.

. lieterrmg to -the drawii the* binder, i I i v i i i which isillustraied in order to better show iiism l in one covepand ratchet linecl'ianisiii 5in the/other.- Iv.prcterablv provide clampingbai-s which 'arefp'ivotally connected to the covers". The clamping bars :irej'pi l." ably provided with postdsockcts, such 'as applicant describes in hissaidy ai'iplica-tion,

in which application the imiiineijof 'use is described in detail asis alsoitlic` manner of manipulatingy the sheets' or' leaves `T. i These sheets have imit'oi'ml spaced openL slotslor notches 'H atv their'r inner edges and closed holes "uniformlyv spaced i relative ffto ea"ch other and relative `tol the uotchesf L l. V/

l provide a pair otl holders each adapted to receive one ot'` the/,binder` members"comprising'. in the structure i'llustratcd.`a corer and its clamping` ii'iemlier.y llach 'holder comprises a side member vIOfaiid Aan end member l1'.` ThelioldersQai'c supported on a base which. iii the structure shown in. Figs. j

l and IH. comprises` pail-(ot meinberslQ associated `for adjustment fto and jlroujjveacli other. The base i'ucnibcrs areconnected and secured in their 4adjusted positionsib v slotted arms l?) secured to 'o'iifefini-iiiber atll and adjustabl secured 4to the other blvvmeans ot' the `bolts and thumb nuts L5... lach base member consists ot'` a'lpair otside members connected b v cross pieces lt` The,baseiiieinhers are provided `with upright portions 1T at their outer ends. f

f 'l`hie holders vaijejdisposedopposi their fend n'iembcrs `adjacei connected to cach lother `b their .'"respective side hinge's19- r y liithe,structiire illustrated in the holders are pivotali i members at 20. `The' s holders are further adji n means `of the notched-links 2l," whichare pivotalljvv connected to the side members at tei j' members bv the a.

-22 and adjustably engaged with the studs 23. With the' parts thus arranged, the" .holders may be adjusted with their end membersin a horizontal position or in alinement, as `shown in Fig. III, or to an oppositely inclined relation, as shown .in

I iigs. I and II. The end members are prowided with registering slots 24 adapted to receive the binding strips when the end members are erected. The separating movementof the base members collapses the holder end members and their closing movement swings them to their verected position. The side members of the Vholders may be adjusted to any position Withinftheir scope of adjustment.

In the modification shown in Fig.- IV my improvements are shown embodied in a structurehaving anon-adjustable base and in that structure the' holders are not pivotally 'connected to the base. The holders are supported in their erected position by thelatch 25 pivotally mounted on one end member and notched to engage the pin 26 on the other.

I preferably. provide the end members of the holders. with guides 27 with which the notches of the sheets'may be engaged to associate in alining the sheets with the binding strips. l

My improved binder device greatly facilitate's the iise'of` temporary binders where it -is desired to frequently remove or insert sheets, such as, for instance'gis the case where the records are kept on a typewriting michine. "lhe-sheets are supported so that they are readily accessi-ble and the weartliereon is minimized. f

I have illustrated and described my iniprovements in two embodiments. I have not attempted to. illustrate or describe all the embodiments which I conteniplate'as I believe the disclosure made will enable those skilled inl the art 4to which my invention ing between said members, theconibinat-ioii i .ot a pair of base members associated for adjustment to and from each other and having" horizont-al portions with upright's` at their outer ends, means for' securing said base members iii-their adjusted positions, a pair of holders comprising end members Vand side members disposed oppositely with their end .members'pivotally connected to each othei` and to their respective side members so that 4they may be collapsed into alinement upon the base or erected to an oppositely inclined position, supporting links pivotally connected to said side members, and adjustably connected to said base uprights, said 4end members having registering slots adapted. to'receive said binding strips when the end nected to each other and to their respective side members so that they may be collapsed into alinenient upon the base or erected to an' oppositely inclined position, toothed supporting links pivotally connected to. said side members, and studs on said base uprights with which said links are adjustably engaged. said\end members having registering slots adapted to receive said binding strips `when the end members are erected.

3. In a support for temporary binders, comprising a pair of separably associated binder members and binding strips extending between said members, the combination of a base. a pair of holders coinj'irising 'end members and side members disposed oppositely with their end members pivotally connected to each other and to their respective side members. so -tliat they may be collapsed into alinenient i-ipoiithe base or erected to an oppositely inclined position. supporting links pivotally connected -to said side niembers and adjustably connected to said base. sai-d end members having registering slots adapted to receive said binding strips ,when the end nienibeis are erected.

l. In a support for temporary binders comprising a pair of separably associated binder members and binding strips extending between said members, the combination of'a pair of base'nienibcrs associated for adjustiiient to and from each other, means for securing said base members .in their adjiisted positions, a pair of holders comprising end members and side members disposed oppositely with their end members pivotally connected to each other and to their respective side members so that they may be collapsed or erected to an oppositely inclined position, said side members being pivotally and adjustably supported on said base, said end members having registering slots adapt- -ed to receive said binding strips when the 'end members are. erected.

binder members and binding strips exten'dbetween said members, the combination" said side memherslbeing pivotally and ad justably supported on said basel.

15. In a support for temporary binders,

vthe .combination of a pair of holders comprising end melnbers and side member'sfdisposed opposltely with then' end members adj listably associated relative to each other and relative to their respective. side membersso that they may be collapsed into alinelnent or erected to an oppositely inclined position, said side members being plvotally and ad.-

I justably supported onsaid base.

'-' '16.1' In asupport for temporary binders, the c on'xlolnatlon` of a palrof holders comprising end members andslde members disposed :oppositely with their end members adjustably 4associated relative to each other andL relative to their respective side mem-` bersso that they 'may be collapsedor erected to an oppositely inclined position. 17. In a .support .for temporary binders, rthe combination ofa' pair of base members associated for adjustment to and from each other, a pair of holders comprising end members and! side members disposed oppolsitely with their end members pivotally connected to each other and to their respective side m'embers,said end members being also l' .pivota'lly -connected tov said b'ase members so aothat when the base members are extended 4the end members are collapsed and when the ibase members-are retracted the end members are erected. and means'for adjustably sup porting said vside members on said base 'members I 18. In a support for temporary binders, the combination of a pair of base members associated for adjustment to and from each other, a pair of holders comprising end members and side membersl disposed oppo- -sitely with their end members pivotally connected to each other and to their respective side members, said end members being also pivotally connected to said base members so that when the base members are extended the end members are collapsed and when the base members a-re ret 'acted the end members are erected, and means for securing said base members in their adjusted positions.

19. In a support for temporary binders, the combination of a pail, of base members associated for adjustment to and from each other, a pair of holders comprising end members aud side members disposed oppositely with their end members pivotally c'onnected to each other and to their respective side members, one holder being pivotally connected to each base member so that when

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2821983 *Sep 2, 1950Feb 4, 1958 Expandable binder
US4655478 *Aug 15, 1985Apr 7, 1987The British Library BoardBook support
US20120248280 *Mar 30, 2011Oct 4, 2012Ancestry.Com Operations Inc.Multi-angle and multi-position reprographic copy stand
Classifications
U.S. Classification29/237.5, 248/448
Cooperative ClassificationB42F17/02