Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Screen reader users: click this link for accessible mode. Accessible mode has the same essential features but works better with your reader.


  1. Advanced Patent Search
Publication numberUS1629104 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateMay 17, 1927
Filing dateOct 23, 1924
Priority dateOct 23, 1924
Publication numberUS 1629104 A, US 1629104A, US-A-1629104, US1629104 A, US1629104A
InventorsHoney Albert H
Original AssigneeHoney Albert H
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Make-up frame for chi-ray photography
US 1629104 A
Abstract  available in
Previous page
Next page
Claims  available in
Description  (OCR text may contain errors)

May I1:1, 1927. 1,629,104

A. H. HONEY 'MAKE- u P FRAME Fon x-RAY PHOTOGRAPHY Filed Oct. 23. 1924 CH5E.N0. 124



EMARKS u. nu.. m. n., n..

calA edges of'the openingv and the vertical lao ever, the` carriers may be, and usually Willbe,

made of different Widths so 'as tov accommo- :date photographs of diiierent Width dimen-y sions. The height dimension or each` carrier Vis suiiicient -to accommodate themaXinium height of photograph used; 'but the Width dimensions of the several carriersv Willibe de# A termined ,loythe desired Width dimension of the respect-ivevcarrier openings 20, so `as to useonly'a narrow margin between the vertiy 'e edges of the carrier.y ln using' mydevice the ',userrvvill be provided with a Jfair ynumberof carriers having'fopenings-of dierent dimen- SinsbOthj-aspto height andv Width,v so that byplacing aphotograph in any selected-carrie'r allundesiredfpartsof that'photographv l 4may bel blocked out and onlylthe desired Y parts show throughthe carrier.openings.

, The proper carriers having vbeen selected vfor.the.'vauri. 11rs Photographs, .these Carriers with theirl photographs Within them are slid into the 'Sldefwa'ys' Closely; elimini; Y@ach Vother so' that their edges meet tightly enough gto prevent transmission of light, betvveeny adjacent carriers.lf all'of the 'opening 11 or '172 is n otcovered bythe carriers and'their 'l fphotographs, ,an opaque blank or 'blanks 25 Vma' be inserted asshownin Figli 1 v e. bove'jfthe uppermost jslideway .leV there may-be Van lopening. vor openings 30S with lslide vvays r31 above them `for-the insertion of.etransparencies32` carrying suitable ideny. tiication dat`a Thenumberof these openyings and the proper selection of data to be carried by the ,transparencies .ispftofbel deter- Y mined byjthe user` It'vvill of course, be understoodthat the numberof openings 11,

-`12a1u1d30 may be varied; and likewise-they sizeof the device and' its "capacity Vas :the L sisev Vand number of photographs maybe fjvaried. The deviceshovvn'intliedravvings has-,been foundy convenientf as toarrangee ment for X-.ray photographsof teethQ Y lHaving* taken `the original X-ray Teirposures as desired, and Ahaving developed '-them,'either .these original negatives or posi? l t-ives madefroin these original negatives are placed inI thermake-up frame as before described. r z lt. will ofL recognized that by proper selectionof'the carriers for, .th'e'gsevfV eralzphotographsrand by rproper'relative arrangement of,v4 the e carriers Vwith their` yphotographs, the photographs may be arranged in such a VWay as togive a comprehensive `view fof the Whole., photographed subject iamatter, Without any'd-uplications and Withf A outthe exposure of ,parts thatl have not 'been properlyphotographed by reason of being outof focus orfforh any other reason.

AThe Wholeass'embly havingbeen properly,

Y f arranged, a photographic print isnext made Y ofthatwliole assembly," While this photo-V 65 'graphic'print rnaybe"A obtained by' any sysi Tori greatest possible accuracy or reproduc-v tion, that thefinal photograph'be made by For ithe'methodi' projection printing.l

, this .purpose Vthe composite make-'up is printer, (an :enlarging or reducing camera) placed behind the. composite niale sup Any photographic'plate-or iilm:1nay Ebe placedlin i 1. the ,oth'enplatd carrierof the projection,VV

"so i -or other ilmcar'rying' aI suitable sensitized v ernusion-Y After I proper. focusing vof vthe i" image onithis lm, at the sizeoffthe repro- AVprinter,b ut prefer to use a heavy VCelluloid duction desired, v .the e Aproper f vexposure,l is

,inade; and uponfdeveloping ltlie ffilm Aand -making a` positive I then'. have. aiffilmf'or andA anjevenly `illuinnated lvvhitefcard is` placedinthe'plate carrier or a projection y ivhich is dark or substantiallyflopaqueover put into thel composite make-iip,lA and 'fvvith photographic reproductions-.soffptheoriginaL,. l Y Y c ,95 e

`ltransparencies .in itsv transparent portions. A These final photographic .reproductions may or course,iif desired by lthe"1'1ser,"be 'either duplicates of vthe', original Vnegatives,talren ',.by X-ray orfinay be positives of `thosenega-k tives. Inaddition to the various advantages v or my, systemy thatf have beenhereinbefore .Ijsetout,1itvvil lA be seenthat-I produce [a vfinal photographic ,recordinm @or the likethatis except in portions or'they actualY pictures, :'Which are comparatively tranfsparent,-'l`his opaqueness" surrounding the transparent. or semitransparent pictures" aids very clearly comparatively opaque over its entire surface j 105 Y' in inspection of thepictures'themselves-as L the light lor transmission 'by which 'Y the `pic- 'a'lonegf' A "Having described f invention, 'I claim:

,rality j of transparencies"Y tov collectively with "anffope'ningf therethrough and slide 'tures are vievve'd'` isl confined tol the pictures A la'preferret/'djformfofiny K *Wy'sffon opposite'jsidesor theopening, a; i

plurality of opaque* transparency fcarriers :of f `uniform"heighti dimensionja'dapted'gto fit,

into said slidevvays v andl collectively k'c'ov'erfsaid opening, said 'carriers Yei'nloodyingv two ff Y leaves v YWith registering apertures there ythroughV and Vsaidapertures inthe several carriers being of y different vdimensions so as4 to expose transparencies for diiferent sizes. n 2. In, a""device of the character described,

kspring metal bent upon itselrfforming two carrie'r'lembodying 'a ,single sheet ofthin Y leaves and the' leaves tending to spring against each other to hold a transparency or Y the like between them, the -leaves having registering-openings, and an .edge of rone leaf `projecting beyond the corresponding edge of the other to facilitate manual'y en-' e gagement for separationof the leaves.

3.'A make-up device for holding a plu- Y' rality of transparencies. to be collectively parency carriers of uniform height dimen'- f sion adapted to fit into said slidevvays, having horizontal dimensions less. than the length Yof the opening, adaptedl to'abut at their Vedges 'and collectively adaptedv to eover the opening,y each of said carriers havlng an aperture completely through it'and through Which a carried transparency is 1 exposed.

In Witness Ythat I claim the foregoing I'k have hereunto subscribed my name this 5th day of September,`1924.


Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2646636 *Jul 15, 1950Jul 28, 1953Gandee James WTransparency display device
US4213260 *Jan 12, 1978Jul 22, 1980Knox Manufacturing Co.Overlay device for use with an illuminated transparency viewer
US4226038 *Apr 2, 1979Oct 7, 1980John AshworthPhoto-slide handler and viewer
U.S. Classification40/361, 40/701, 40/765
International ClassificationG03B21/54, G03B21/64
Cooperative ClassificationG03B21/64
European ClassificationG03B21/64