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Publication numberUS1293316 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 4, 1919
Filing dateDec 22, 1917
Priority dateDec 22, 1917
Publication numberUS 1293316 A, US 1293316A, US-A-1293316, US1293316 A, US1293316A
InventorsCornelius W Rogert
Original AssigneeCornelius W Rogert
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Receptacle.
US 1293316 A
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C. W. BOGERT.

RECEPTACLEL' APPLICATION FILED 05c. 22. m1.

Patented Feb. 4, 1919.

A TTORNEYS UNITED STATES PAT CORNELIUS W. BOGEBT, 0F BROOKLYN, NEW YORK.

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Specification of Letters Patent.

Patented Feb. a, mic.

Application filed December 22, 1917. Serial No. 208,417.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that I, CORNELIUS W. Bocnn'r, a citizen of the United States, and a-resident of the cit of New York, borough of Brooklyn, in t e county of Kings and State of New York, have invented a new and Iminforc'ing sections to prevent crushing of the receptacle, and to simplify and cheapen the construction.

Drawings. Figure 1 is a view showing two blanks from which the receptacle is constructed,

the blanks being shown as in superposed relation;

Fig. 2 is a vertical section of a completed receptacle and cover therefor, the cover being shown in separated relation and the section of both receptacle and cover being taken on the median plane.

Description.

As shown in the drawings, the receptacle is composed of a plurality of layers, plies or laminations. Inthe drawings are shown two plies, the inner ply having side panels 7 while the outer ply has side panels 8. For the purpose of clarity in the illustration, the outer ply is shown in' the drawings, Fig. 1, as tinted, to distinguish it from the inner ply. The outer ply differs from the inner ply only in that the outer ply is made of slightly larger proportions, and particularly as to the length of the panels 8, which exceeds the length of the panels 7, so that they may be turned over the panels 7 as sliown best in Fig. 2, to form the binding e ge 9.

Both plies are provided with centrally raised reinforcing portions 10 and 11 to stifi'en the bottom of the receptacle when formed. -To avoid wrinkling the bottom edge of the completed receptacle, the panels are cut on a diagonal, narrow notches 12 being formed in the panels adjacent the lower edge thereof. The notches 12 ex tend to and terminate at the line of said lower edge or the bend forming the same. Between the notches 12, V-shaped sections 13 are formed, which when upturned on the line corresponding with the perimeter of the body of the receptacle, neatly fill'and close the said notches.

While in the accompanying drawings, the bottoms 14 and 15 have been shown as cylindrical in shape, it will be understood that the shape of the bottoms may be altered to suit the design or desire of the manufacturer.

The cover shown in Fig. 2 of the drawings is constructed of the same number of plie's as the receptacle, the outer ply being formed with a larger diameter so that the edge thereof may be turned over the outer edge of the smaller or inner ply to form the reinforcing strip 16. The top 17 has a raised edge 18, which provides an annular channel 19, into which the upper edge of the receptacle is forced when the receptacle is closed.

To construct receptacles of the character herein disclosed when provided with blanks such as shown in the drawings, the contact surfaces of the said blanks are preliminarily supplied with an adhesive coating. The blank having the panels 7 and bottom 10 are then pressed over a suitable frame, the panels? and sections 13 all meeting at their adjacent edges.

The outer blank having the panels 8 is then adjusted over the inner or first-mentioned blank, the prepared surfaces of the two blanks being pressed together. If found expedient, the blanks are held by frames in position until the adhesive attaches them.

After the panels 7 and 8 and the bottom portions 10 and 11 have been firmly connected, the upper edges of the panels 8 are overturned on the corresponding edges of the panels 7. When assembling the blanks, care is exercised to register the median line of the panels 8 with the juxtaposed edges of the panels 7. When the adhesive substance oining the blanks has hardened or set, it will be found that a rigid and nonleakage body structurehas been formed, and that owing to the removal of the material forming the notches 12, the lower edge of the side panels where the same join the bottom portions of the receptacle, is small and evenly sha ed.

It will e understood that while in the present disclosure, the receptacle is shown as havin a cup or pocket shape, this may be varie to form a bottle or ball-like body. In all cases, however, it will be understood that the same scheme of construction is employed, that is, the outer layer or ply is used to cover the joined or abutted edges formed by the inner layer or ply.

It will also be understood that while the receptacle has been herein described as constructed of two plies or layers of material,

this may be varied by amplifying the'number of layers or plies.

Glam.

1. A receptacle having a laminated body, the laminations consisting of a plurality of blanks each having separated side panels integrally connected with and folded up from their respective bottom portions, the panels of each blank being disposed to cover the structural joints formed by the panels of the other 'blank.

2. A receptacle having a laminated body, the laminations consisting of a plurality of blanks each having separated side panels integrally connected with and folded up from their respective bottom portions, the panels of each blank being disposed to cover the structural joints formed by the panels of the other blank; anda suitable adhesive for permanently uniting said laminated panels. Y

3. A receptacle having a laminated body, the laminations consisting of a plurality of blanks each having separated side panels integrally connected'with and folded up from their respective bottom portions, the panels of each blank being disposed to cover the structural joints formed by the panels of the other blank; a suitable adhesive for permanently uniting said laminated panels; and means for reinforcing the upper edge of said receptacle, said means embodying an exten- 'sion of certain of said panels folded over the u per edges of the other of said panels.

4. receptacle having a laminated body the lamlnations consisting of a plurality of blanks each having separated side panels integrally connected with and folded up from their respective bottom portions, the panels of each blank being disposed to cover the structural joints formed by the panels of the other blank; and means for eventing accumulation of material atthe bent portions of said blanks, said means embodying notches 4 their res formed in each lblank adjacent the line of bend thereof.

5. A receptacle having a laminated body, the laminations consisting of a plurality of blanks each having sepal ated side panels integrally connected with and folded up from their respective bottom portions, the panels of each blank being disposed to cover the structural joint-sformed by the panels of the other blank; means for preventing accu mulation of material at the bent portions of said blanks, said means embodying notches formed in each blank adjacent the line of bend thereof; and 'means for closing said notches, said means embodying a plurality of V-sha ed sections integrally formed with the said lanks.

6. A receptacle having a laminated body,

the laminations consisting of a plurality of blanks each having separated side panels integrally connected .with and folded up from ective bottom portions, the panels of each, lank being disposed to cover the structural joints formed by the panels of the other blank; and means for preventing accumulation of material at the bent portions of said blanks, said means embodying notches formed in each blank adjacent the line of bend thereof; and a cover for said receptacle, the body portion of said cover being adapted to rest in a plane 'below the upper edge of said receptacle and providing an annular channelfor receiving said upper ed e.

A receptacle having a laminated body, the laminations consisting of a lurality of blanks each having separated si e tcgrally connected with and folded up from their respective bottom portions, the panels of each blank being disposed to cover the structural 1Loints formed by the panels of the other blan means for preventing accumulation of material at the bent portions of said blanks, said means embodying notches formed in each blank adjacent the line of bend thereof; and a laminated cover for said receptacle, the body portion of said cover be: ing adapted to rest in a plane below'the upper edge of said receptacle and providing an annular channel for receivin said upper edge, the portion of said cover orming said channel being reinforced by folding the edge panels inof one lamination forming said cover over

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Classifications
U.S. Classification229/4.5, 47/72
Cooperative ClassificationB65D3/22