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Publication numberUS1846091 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateFeb 23, 1932
Filing dateJan 8, 1930
Priority dateJan 8, 1930
Publication numberUS 1846091 A, US 1846091A, US-A-1846091, US1846091 A, US1846091A
InventorsDeutsch William
Original AssigneeDeutsch William
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Combination shaving set
US 1846091 A
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Feb. 23,V 1932. w. DEUTSCH COMBINATION SHAVING SET Filed Jan. 8. 1930 C' 3 i d l y i Z JNVENTOR. Ig B 9M Feb. 23, 1932. w, DEUTSCH COMBINATION SHAVING SET Filed Jan. 8. 1930 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 iti Patented Feb. 23, 1932 UNITED STATES.

WILLIAM DEUTSCH, OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN COMBINATION `SHAVING SET Application filed January 8, 1930. Serial No. 419,256.

The object of my invention is to produce a small, compact shaving kit, inclosed in a` sealed case, suitable orpacking in a traveling bag without soilingor injuring other ar- `ticles placedtherewith.

Another object is to produce a combination shaving set so designed that the casing sections may be readily converted into handles for the various-shaving accessories.

A urtherobject is to produce a combination shaving set designed with various recesses therein for receiving detached parts ot the set therein. i

A still further object is to produce a complete, compact shaving set that is simple in construction, easily and etiiciently operated and that can be manufactured at a very low cost.`

These several objects are attained in the preferred form by the construction and arrangement of parts more fully hereinafter set forth and described.

Similar parts on all` drawings are marked by similar iigures and letters.

Fig. l is an exterior view of the shaving set showing the inclosing casing and operating knobs mounted thereon.

Fig. 2 is a sectional view taken on the line 2 2 ofthe Fig. l showing the general arirangement of `the operating parts in their folded position.

Fig. 3 is an end View of the casing operating knob taken along the line 3-3 of the Fig. 1.

w i Fig. 4 is an exterior View of the brush casing section showing the brush in its e2;- tended position.

Fig. 5 is an exterior View ot the razor casing sectionshowing the razor in its extended position.

Fig. 6 is a cross sectional View taken on the iine v6-*6 of the Fig. `1 showing the interior construction of the razor operating drum and connected mechanism.

i Fig. 7 is a sectional view taken on the line 7*? of the Fig. l showing the relative positi onoi' the razor post and attached razor head `in its tolded position.

Fig. 8 is a cross sectional View taken on the line S-.S of the Fig.` 4 showing the relative position of the brush operating bar attached to the movablebrush head;

Fig'. 9 1s an enlarged perspective View ot the razor head in an open position showing the means for mounting Va razor blade therein and securely locking' same.

Fig. l() is a bottom View ci the razor head taken on the line l01.0ot the Fig. 9 showing the locking slide mounted thereon and means for operating same.

Fig. 1l is a detail view ot the special razor blade to be inserted within the razor head showing the means tor holding same rigidly in place when locked therein.

In general my device comprises two tubular casing sections ot equal diameters and ot approximately the same length, each casing section being closed at one end by rotatably mounted operating knobs, the open casing ends being joined together by threaded means and when assembled form a closed tu,- bular case. Within one of the casingsections is mounted a slidable shaving brush head, capable ot being drawn whollywvithin the casing or partially ejected therefrom through connected mechanism actuated by the attached end operating knob. Likewise the other casing section contains` a movably mounted safety razor device, capable of being moved in and ont ot' the casing member by attached mechanical means actuated by the connected end operating knob. By separating the casing sections at the central threaded joint, both the brush andrazor sections may be quickly ejected from their respective casing sections, ready for use in the ordinary manner tor using similar sbav ing articles. The casing when closed, forms a sealed container for all of the shaving accessories, suitable tor packing.

I will now describe more fully the detailed construction otl my device, referring to the drawings and the marks thereon.

The casings are preferably made ,of thin sheet metal, although they may be made of any other suitable materials such as hard rubber or similar materials if desired, and are formed in tubular sections -land 2 of approximately the same diameters, and with `one section being preferably slight- Yuo CII

ly longer than the other. The casing section -l-, being the shorter section, is provided with an internal thread -aat the open end thereof. rlhe casing section -2- is provided with a corresponding external thread at its open end, suitable for screwing the two sections together, forming a closed casing as shown in Fig. l of the drawings. The opposite end of the casing -lis closed by the xed end wall -c-,

.preferably formed as a ,part of the casingY metal, and is provided with a centrally located hole --3-` positioned concentric with 'the tubular casing axis. nMeunted on the outside of the end wall and adj acent thereto, .is a. circular` operating knob made of lmetal or other suitable material, and is provided with a collar projection -cZ- on one side thereof, cfa diameter to engage and fit the end casing hole -3- but free t-o turn therein. The knob tis formed with a threaded hole -5 positioned therein con-- centric with the casing axis. l/Vthin the threaded hole -5- is fiXedly mounted the threaded end of a shouldered operating bar 6 screwed tightly therein and rotatable with theV knob -4-- The operating bar -6- is formed with an external spiral groove eextending the entire length thereof, and is formed with a disc head -fpositioned near the open casing end. A lock washer -7- is mounted on the threaded shouldered end --L- of the operating bar 6- and tightly clamped against the knob collar projection -{Z when the bar -6- is screwed tightly within the knob recess. The collar -Z-- being of a thickness to prevent clamping of the lock collar -7 on the casing end wall -0-, allowing free turning of the knob eland attached operating bar 6- thereon. Along one side wall of the casing -1- is formed an internal guide groove -8-, positioned therein parallel with the casing axis. 1Within the casing "l is slidably mounted a shaving brush head -9-,

made of hard rubber or other suitable material, having suitable brush bristles lO- securely imbedded therein in th-e usual manner for making shaving brushes, said bristles projected from one side thereof. The brush head -9- being capable of sliding within the inclosing tubular casing, is formed with a central opening-1 of a sui'iicient diameter to admit the operating bar -6- therethrough. The opening -'llis fo-rmed with an outer recess -l2- concentric therewith, for receiving and fitting the end head of the operating bar -6-, when the brush head -9- is in its outer position. 1Nithin one side of the brush head -9- is mounted a small driving pin l3, positioned to project inside of the hole -lland engage the spiral groove -cof the operating bar -6-, and also projected outside the head -9- to engage the casing guide groove -8-. As the knob 4.- is turned in one direction the brush head -9- is forced out of the casing by the spiral operating bar 6 until the recess -12- engages the bar head -fand securely locking the brush in that position. By reverse rotation of the knob 4*3 the brush is drawn completely within the casing 1- The tubular casing 2- is opened at both ends, and is provided with an internal collar 1&- inside the threaded end -Z2-, and also an internal key groove -15- at the 0pposite casing end. Along the side wall of the casing -2- is formed an internal guide groove -l6-, extending nearly the entire length of the casing' and parallel to the casing axis. l/Yithin the outer end of the casing -2- is fitted a hollow operating drum -lof approximately one half of the cas.` ing length, said drum -17- being rotatably mounted therein by the ring key -18- `engaging a circumferential groove -l9- and the casing key groove -15-, the drum being j free to turn thereon. formed with a closed inner end -ghaving a drum ycore -20 formed thereon and extending the entire length of the drum. Through the center of the core 20 is formed a guide passage -21- positioned concentric with the drum and casing axis. The outer end of the drum -l7- is formed with a threaded section -L- projected outside of the casing end wall. A lock nut -22- and a turning knob-23- are tightly screwed on the threaded drum section 7L- said knob being iXedly attached thereto by the adjacent f nut -22-. Vithin the guide Y passage -21 is mounted an operating bar 24- eXtending the full length of they core -20, fitted therein but free to rotate within the guide passage. The operating bar -2t is formed with an external spiral groove .-25- extending the entire length thereof, and is formed with a head frame -26 on the inner end, positioned outside of and adjacent to the drum end wall y- The head frame 26- is formed of a cylindrical disk section -cof a diameter to lit the inner tubular casing walls but free to slide therein, and is formed with an annular groove -27- for The drum -17- is .y

engaging the end collar 1aof ,casingv -2-, when said head frame is movedto its out-er position. A guide pin -28 is mounted in the edge of the head frame -26, pov sitioned to engage the casing guide groove]` -16, to prevent rotation of said head frame and attached operating bar 2% as the drum -l7- is rotated by the attached knob --28-. vWithin the operating drum wall,`

head frame *26- to its extreme position at the casing end. At the center of the head frame -26- is formed a rigid razor post BO-1 made as a part of the head frame and positioned concentric with the casing axis. The pest 30- is formed with a hinge joint -3l` at the outer end thereof, and carries pivotally mounted thereon a rectangular shaped razor block -3':2, approximately twice the length of the supporting razor post, said razor block being capable of being turned to either a parallel or a horizontal position thereon, and firmly held in either position by the angular stop wall mof the post engaging one of the corresponding hinge walls p on the razor block, and also by the snugly li'tted pivot joint, the razor head and post being of dimensions to retain said razor block wholly within the casing 2- when folded therein. Pivotally attached to one end of the razor block 32- is a special blade clamp -3.3-, jointed thereto at one end by the hinge wings --3land pivot pin -55-, positioned to close over the razor block -3Q- and tightly clamp a thin double edged razor blade 35- therebetween. The blade clamp -33- is formed with projecting end wings 3G- at the free end thereof, positioned similarly to the hinge wings *3ftat the opposite end. The razor blade M35- is likewise formed with corresponding notches D-3'7- at each end thereof for engaging the wing projections 3aand 36 and retaining said blade in a rigid pre-determined position when tightly clamped therein. Along the outer edges of the end wings m86- are formed longitudinal grooves -'-.38-, and which receive the curved edges -39- of the lock slide -40- therein when closed. The lock slide *4U- is mounted on the under side of the razor block -32-, slidable thereon, projecting through the block slots -eil-, and is clamped snugly thereto. The slide m410-- when moved to its locking position engages the pin head -42- which is securely mounted in the razor block wall, and retains the lock slide -l0 firmly in its locking position.

By rotating the ope ating knob -23- in one direction the razor head frame 2G- and attached razor is extended outside the casing end as is indicated in Fig. 5 of the drawings, and when turned at right angles in the ordinary manner. Vhen the razor head is folded parallel to the razor post 30- and the operating knob -23h is rotated in the opposite direction7 the razor head frame is readily withdrawn within the casing section, ready for closing and packing.

lVithin the recess -4-3* of the operating drum -17-, may be placed extra razor blades -44-, for convenient carrying. Also, within the recess -4t5-, behind the razor block -32, may be placed a smalltube fof shaving cream -4G-, also for convenient carrying, and for providing alcomp-lete shaving set within the inclosing tubular casing.

` It is apparent that my device is subject toy various modifications in both mechanical structure and design, and I claim as my invention the device as herein shown and any such modification thereof that is substantially a substitution therefor.

Having fully described my combination shaving set, what I claim as my invention and desire to secure by Letters Patent is;

laims:

l. A combinationshaving set adapted for traveling purposes, comprising two jointed casing sections, a shaving brush slidably mounted within one of the casing sections, a razor slidably mounted within the other casing section, and means formed on the casing sections for joining the ends thereof together.

2. A combinationshaving set adapted for traveling purposes, comprising two jointed tubular casing sections, a shaving brush slidably mounted within one of said casing sections, n. echanical means mounted therein for displacing said shaving brush within said casing section, a razor slidably mounted within the other casing section, mechanical means mounted thereon for displacing said razor within said casing section, and means mounted on the casing sections for joining said sections together.

A combination shaving set adapted for inclosing within a sealed casing, comprising two tubular casing sections having means for joining same together at the ends, a shaving brush head with brush attached slidably mounted Within one of said casing sections, a spiral operating shaft rotatably mounted within said casing section and splined to said brush head, means mounted on said spiral shaft for causing rotation thereof Within said casing for displacing said brush head therein, a razor section slidably mounted within the other casing section, a spiral shaft iixedly attached to said razor section, mechanical means mounted within said casing section and splined to said spiral shaft for causing a displacement of said razor section within the casing.

Zl. A combination shaving set, comprising a tubular casing formed of two tubular sections joined together' at the ends, a shaving brush head with brush attached slidably mounted within one of said casing sections, said brush head being formed with a central hole therethrough, a spiral operating shaft rotatably mounted in said casing section and extended through said brush head hole and `splined thereto, an operating knob mounted on the outer end of said spiral shaft outside the casing end, for rotating said shaft and causing displacement of said brush head Within the casing section, a razor section slidably mounted Within the other casing section, said razor section having a spiral shaft iiXedly mounted thereon, an operating drum rotatably mounted within said casing section and inclosing said spiral shaft and splined thereto, an operating knob mounted on said operating drum' for causing rotations thereof and a displacement of the connected spiral shaft and razor head.

5. A combination shaving set comprising a tubular casing formed of two tubular sect-ions jointed together endvvise, a guide groove formed along the side Wall of both of said tubular casing sections parallel to the casing axis, a brush head With brush attached slidably mounted inside of one of the tubular casing sections, said brush head being formed with a central hole therethrough, a spiral operating shaft rotatably mounted Within said casing section and projected through the brush head hole and splined thereto, means mounted in said brush head for engaging the easing guide groove, an operating knob fiXedly attached to said spiral shaft outside the casing end for causing rotation of said spiral and a displacement of the attaching brush Within the casing, a razor section slidably mounted Within the other casing section and splined to the casing side guide groove, a spiral shaft fixedly mounted on said razor section positioned concentric Withthe casing axis, an operating drum' rotatably mounted Within the casing section inclosing said spiral shaft and splined there-y to, an operating knob mounted on the outer end of said operating drum outside the casing end for causing rotation of said drum and displacement of the Connected razor section Within the casing.

In Witness whereof I sign these specifications.

WILLIAM DEUTSCH.

Classifications
U.S. Classification132/289, 30/41, 206/228
International ClassificationA45D27/28
Cooperative ClassificationA45D27/28
European ClassificationA45D27/28