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Publication numberUS1601835 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 5, 1926
Filing dateOct 18, 1923
Priority dateOct 18, 1923
Publication numberUS 1601835 A, US 1601835A, US-A-1601835, US1601835 A, US1601835A
InventorsSmith Harry Bridgman
Original AssigneeLightship Cloth Board Corp
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Cloth board or similar article
US 1601835 A
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Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

v H. B. SMITH CLOTH BOARD QR SIMILAR ARTICLE Filed Oct. 18, 1923 Patented Ot. 5, 1926.

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HARRY'- BRIDGMAN-SIJQTH, dr BROOKLYN, SEW YORK, ASSIGNOB TO LIGI-IYTSH-II onomn 130x31) oonfon-Amomor BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, A-CORPORATION '01 NEW YORK.

lVhile it is not always necessary to do so, it is desirable to additionally secure the segments together and to cover the more or less rough or unsightly end portions 5 of Figure l. F or this purpose end binders 6 are applied, as shown in Figure 1. These binders may consist of sheets or pieces of any suitable sheet material such as paper of suitable grade or thickness. and in some cases they may be of fabric. Portions 6 of the binder'are adhesively secured to opposite fiat faces 7 and 8 of the segments near the ends thereof, and the intermediate portions 6 of the binders cover the ends 5 of the segments and conceal them, from view, and also provide a substantially smooth and flat surface which may be printed with any suitable indicia, or upon which any suitable manufacturers label may be pasted.

As will be understood from the preceding descriptiomwitho'ut elaborate explanation, the completed cloth board as shown in Figure 1, is entirely free from any surface joints or irregularities. The broad sur faces 7 and 8 are smoothly covered by the integral cover sheets 2 and the edges 3 are smoothly rounded and covered with integral portions of the cover paper, so that when cloth, braid or any other textiles are wound upon the boards, they do not encounter any irregularities or rough surfaces, and cannot be injured in any way. The boards are composed of cheap sheet material, are very light and strong, and can be produced by rapid and economical methods, and in addition to their low cost provide great economies in shipping costs.

l/Vhat I claim is:

1. A cloth board or the like comprising two segments each comprising filler material and a cover sheet having inturned and secured marginal portions, the segments being secured together in facial contact with the inturned marginal portions in contact and the main faces of the complete cloth board being devoid of any eX- posed joints or surface irregularities.

- 2. A cloth board of the like comprising two substantially similar segments each comprising filler material and a cover sheet, the segments being adhesively secured together in facial substantially flat contact and the complete cloth board having its broad outer faces devoid of any exposed joints or surface irregularities, the board also having rounded longitudinal edges.

3. A cloth boar-d or similar article comprising two segments, each of which includes a sheet of corrugated filler material and a cover sheet having an unbroken surface portion covering one face of the filler and marginal portions turned over and adhesively secured upon the other face of the filler, and with smoothly rounded longitudinal edges, the two segments being adhesively secured in facial contact with the smooth continuous cover sheet portions exposed and with the longitudinal edges of the complete board each consisting of parallel rounded edges of the two segments.

4:. A cloth board or similar article com prising two substantially similar segments, each of which includes a sheet of corrugated filler material and a cover sheet having an unbroken portion covering one face of the filler and marginal portions turned over and adhesively secured upon the other face of the filler, and with smooth rounded longitudinal edges, the two segments being adhesively secured in facial contact with the smooth continuous cover sheet portions outward and with the longitudinal edges of the complete board each consisting of parallel rounded edges of the two segments. 5. A cloth board or the like comprising two originally distinct and separate segments each comprising filler material and a cover sheet, the segments being secured together in facial contact and the complete cloth board having its broad outer faces devoid of any exposed joints or surface irregularities, the ends of the board each including the two segment ends being covered by binders having portions adhesively secured to outer surfaces of the segment cover sheets.

6. A cloth board or similar article comprising two segments, each of which includes a sheet of corrugated filler material and a cover sheet having an unbroken surface portion covering one face of the filler and marginal portions turned over and ad hesively secured upon the other face of the filler, and with smoothly rounded longitudinal edges, the two segments being adhesively secured in facial contact with the smooth continuous cover sheet portions exposed and with. the longitudinal edges of the complete board each consisting of parallel rounded edges of the two segments, the ends of the segments being covered by binding strips having portions adhesively secured to outer surfaces of the segment cover sheets.

7. A cloth board or similar article comprising two segments, each of which includes a sheet of corrugated filler material and a cover sheet having an unbroken surface portion covering one face of the filler and marginal portions turned over and adhesively secured upon the other face of the filler, and with smoothly rounded longitudinal edges, the two segments being adhesively secured in facial contact with the smooth continuous cover sheet portions eX- posed and with the longitudinal edges of the complete board each consisting of parallel rounded edges of the two segments, the ends of the board being finished by binding strips each of which includes a substantially flat portion overlying the ends of the segments, and other portions overlying and adhesively secured to the segment facing sheets near the ends thereof.

8. A cloth board or similar article comprising two substantially similar segments, each of which includes a sheet of corrugated filler material and a cover sheet having an unbroken portion covering one face of: the filler and marginal portions turned over and adhesively secured upon the other face of the filler, and with smooth rounded longitudinal edges, the two segments being adhesively secured in facial contact with the smooth continuous cover sheet portions outward and with the longitudinal edges of the complete board each consisting of parallel rounded edges of the two segments, the ends of the board being finished by hindin strips each of which includes a substantia 1y flat portion overlying the ends of the segments, and other portions overlying and adhesively secured to the segment facing sheets near the ends thereof.

Signed at Brooklyn, in the county of Kings and State of New York this 5th day of Oct. A. 1)., 1923.

HARRY BRIDGMAN SMITH.

Referenced by
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US2933228 *Mar 28, 1955Apr 19, 1960Waldorf Paper Prod CoContainer
US3341000 *Mar 16, 1966Sep 12, 1967Acme Cloth Reel CompanyEnd cap for a cloth reel
US3624236 *Aug 21, 1969Nov 30, 1971Int Paper CoRolled edge sealed corrugated paperboard
US3711352 *Sep 14, 1970Jan 16, 1973Int Paper CoFlute sealing method
US4059220 *Jul 14, 1976Nov 22, 1977Macmillan Bloedel Containers, Inc.Reinforced single-face corrugated containers
Classifications
U.S. Classification242/222, 229/939
International ClassificationB65H75/06
Cooperative ClassificationB65H75/06, Y10S229/939
European ClassificationB65H75/06