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Publication numberUS1915815 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJun 27, 1933
Filing dateJul 22, 1931
Priority dateJul 22, 1931
Publication numberUS 1915815 A, US 1915815A, US-A-1915815, US1915815 A, US1915815A
InventorsCamp William M
Original AssigneeJ & P Coats Rhode Island Inc
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Textile tape package
US 1915815 A
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' June 27, 1933. w. M. CAMP. 1,915,815-

TEXTILE TAPE PACKAGE Filed July 22, 1951 INVEN TOR.

BY flm m A TTORNEYS.

ner in-Which it is folded. V

Patented. June 27, 1933 v ,UN TED STATE- PATEN QFFI E COATS (Inform ISLAND) INCORPORATED, A CORPORATION OF'RHODE ISLAND I "TEXTILEQTIAPE PACKAGE Application filed Ju1y 22,

fabricsbfrequently referred to as tape, and

has for its object to providea package of 5 tape having a'stiifening core and yet a pack-- age from which the tape may be continuously withdrawn.

Another object of this invention is to provide a relatively stiff package of'tapeor other strip material for easily handling which is folded instead of wound about the core.

Another object of this invention is to provide a package having an envelope, from which-the end of the material extends and 15 which material may: be drawn completely .from the package through an opening in the envelope through which said end extends.

-A further object of the invention is the provision of a package having a transparent .coveringthrough which the material-may be observed andyet protected, witha portion of the material extending through the package and along the outside of the package for more accurate color matching and direct observation as to the tekture'and quality offthe material. I

r A still further object N provision of a package the materialof which .maynot only be observed therethrough but also have a portion exposed for direct observationland color matching,which portion of the material may be grasped to draw addi-' tional material. from the package to'replacethe end originally exposed which may have become dirty, soiled or discolored. I 1 7 With these and other objects inview, the

invention consists of certain novel features of construction, as will be more fullyj1deL- scribed, and particularly pointed out in the appended claims. In he accompanying drawing! l Fig. 1 is a plan View of the package with portions broken away, showing the different layers ofr'naterial throughoutthe' package. Fig. 2 is a section thereof on line 2+2 of Fig. 3-is asection'on line 3'3 of Fig. 1-.

Fig. 4 is aside elevation of the strip of material about the core and showing the manof the invention is the 1931. serial No. 552,407.

- WILLIAM M. CAMP, or NORTH movfnmvcn, 31101212 Issue; AssieNoR-"ro a. &-'1=.;.;

I Fig. 5 is a perspective view ofthe material showing the same as folded about the corewith the folded ends in spaced relation.

It .has been found desirable in packaging textile fabrics topermit the fabric to be viewed through the package, such as provid-- ing the, same-of transparent material; and in addition thereto to provide a portion ofthe fabric extending outside of the package for I, direct inspection and color matching, andin addition it. is desirable tobe able to pull a covered and protected portion of the material from the-package should that portion which is originally on the outer surface: become soiled or changed inappearance, and I have 1 provided a'packagewhich accomplishes these desired results by folding'the material about,

a corein opposite directionsso that it may be pulled from the package through an opening therein without disturbing the envelope covering thesame and. the following is ade tailed description of the preferred means of accomplishing these desired results.

Referring to the drawing, 10 designates generally azsheet' ofstift material such as vcardboardg'or the like creased. as" atv 11 to providea' cover-12' to be folded-over thecore "131thereof. Alstrip of-tape or other-textile jmaterial 14 is folded back and forth on itself for, a plurality of layers to formfa pack,-and the foldedends of thispack are ithen [bent or folded about thecore 131 in opposite directionsto dispose the folds" .or' bights 15 on'the back of the c0rel3 with theendsgofjtlie. folds spaced asat l6. 1 In I order} to secure the tape thus arranged upon the c'or'e,"I fold the" cover 12 over the backof the core 13-against the folds or bights v 15, as illustrated in Fig. 5, after which'a band or wrapper 17 is wound about the textile material and core,-which maintainsthe material in the desired assembled position. The wrapper 17- is provided with anop'ening 18 through which the end 19 of thetextile material extends. v K There is also provided a Cellophane-or transparent envelope or covering 20 embracing the textile material, core and wrapper or band, which is also provided with an open- "ing 2lothrough which the endj19 of the Ina-- I i so 'core, a strip of textile material folded back ends in position.

terial also extends and which end is secured to the outer surface of the package or Cellophane envelope by a gummed'disk 22 which may have any suitable inscription thereon. Also a label 23 may be secured to the end of the strip, as illustrated in Fig. 1 for assistance in removing the sticker 22 when desired. V

I havelocated the openings 18 in the band 21 in the Cellophane envelope in registry at one side of the package, but these openings may be located in other positions laterally across the package when desired. By extending the end through the registering openings I not only provide means for advantageously matching the color and inspecting the strip but I also provide a construction by which the wrapper 17 is assisted in being held in place centrally of the package or in the desired position in which it is located. v By the construction-described I am also able to'use a-very-thin flimsy material such as Cellophane or the like to provide an envelope for the package and yet the same is maintained ina stiifened, desired form by the cardboard core about'which the material is arranged, the same being permitted to be withdrawn through the covering of the packand forth on itself for a plurality of layers to forn'ra pack, the ends of the pack being folded around the ends of the core and extendingtoward each other along the core.

"and a fiat cover extending along and .over the folded ends ofthe pack to hold the folded .2. A textile package comprising a thin fiat core, a strip of;textile materialfolded back and forth on itself for aplurality of layers to form apack, the ends of the pack being folded around the ends .of the core and extending toward each other along the core, and afiat cover extending along and over; the'folded ends of the pack and integrally connected to the core to hold the folded ends in position.

3.- A textile package comprising a thin fiat core, a strip of textile material folded back andforth on itself for a plurality of layers to'form a pack, the ends of the pack being folded around-"the ends-of the core and extending toward'each other along the core, and a flat cover extending along and over the folded ends of the pack to hold the folded ends in position, and a band about said pack and cover to maintain the coverin holding position. I

4. A textile package comprising a thin fiat core, a strip of textile material folded back andforth on itself for a plurality of layers to form a pack, the ends of the pack being folded around the ends of the core and extending toward each other alongthe core, and aflat cover extending along and over the folded ends of the pack to hold the folded ends in position, and an envelope enclosing said-pack and cover and holding said cover in position. p

5,. A textile package comprising-a thin flat core, astrip of textile material folded back and forth on itself for a plurality of layers to form a pack, the ends of the pack being folded around the ends of the core and extending toward each other along the core, and a ii'at'cover extending along and over the folded ends of the pack'to hold the folded ends in-position, and an envelope enclosing said pack and cover and holding said cover in po-' sition, said envelope having an opening therein through which the strip of material extends whereby said strip may be entirely withdrawn from the envelop'e through said opening.

6. A textile package comprising a thin fiat core, a strip of textile material folded back and forth on itself for a plurality'of layers to form a pack, the ends of the pack'being folded around the ends of the core and extending toward each other along the core,

and a flat cover extending along and'over the folded ends of the pack to hold the folded ends in position, and a band about said pack and cover to maintain the cover in hold- =ing position, said band having an opening through which the strip of material therein extends.

7 textile package corn'prisng'a thin fiat core, a strip of textile material folded, back and forth on itself for a plurality of layers to form a pack, the ends of the pack being folded aroundthe ends of the core and extending toward each other along the core,and

folded ends of the pack to hold the folded ends in position, and a band about said pack and cover to maintainthe cover in holding position, an envelope about, said pack core and band said band and envelope having registering opening through which the strip of material extends. p A

8-. A textile package comprising a core, a

strip of textile material folded in opposite directions back and forth about said core with the folds adjacent eachother on one side of the core, a portion of said core extending laterally beyond the layers of textile material and doubled over said folds,

. a flat cover extend ng along and over the v said package and maintaining the same in desired relation.

A 9. A textile package comprising acard-" board core, a strip of textile material Wound partly about said core in one direction and then doubled upon itself and wound about said core in the opposite direction to meet said doubled portion and then doubled and wound in the first direction, alternating to dispose the material about the core, an envelope about said strip and core with the strip extending through the envelope to be completely pulled therefrom without removing said envelope.

10. A textile package comprising a card board core, a strip of textile material wound partly about a portion of said core injone direction and then doubled upon itself and wound about said core in the opposite direction to meet said doubled portion and then doubled and Wound in the first direction, alternating to fold the material about thecore, the other portion of the core being folded over said doubled portiontolmaintain the strip in position, an envelope about said strip and core with the strip extending throughthe envelope to be completely pulled therefrom without removing said envelope 11. A textile package comprising a cardboard core, a strip of textile material wound partly about a portion of said core in one direction and then doubled upon itself and wound about said core in the opposite direction to meet said doubled portion and then doubled and woundiinthe first direction, alternating to foldthe material about the core, the other portion of the core being folded over said doubled portion to maintain the stripinposition, and a band about said folded core and strip of materiah 12. A textile package comprising a card board core, a strip of textile material Wound partly about a portion of said core in one direction and then doubled upon itself and wound about said core in the opposite direction to meet said doubled portion and'then doubled and wound inthe first direction, al-

ternating to fold the material about the core, the other portion of the core being folded over said doubled portion to maintain the strip in position, aband ofa length less than said core about said folded core and strip of material. I

13. A textile package comprising a card'- board core, a strip of textile material wound partly about aportion of said core in one direction and then doubled .upon itself and wound about said core in the opposite direction to meet said doubled portion and then doubled and wound in the first direction, al-

ternating tofold the material about the core, the otherportiori of the core being folded over said doubled portion to maintain the strip in position, a band of a length less than said core about said folded core and strip ofmaterial having an opening therein, and the end of said strip extending through said opening.

14. A,-textile,package comprising a cardboard core, a strip of textile material wound partly about a portion of said core in one a direction and then doubled upon itself and wound about said core in the opposite direction tomeet said doubled portion and then doubled and. wound in the first direction, alternating to fold the material about thecore',

the other portion of the core being folded over said doubled portion to maintain the strip in position, abandof a length less'than saidcore about said folded core and strip of material having an opening therein and the end of said strip extending through said u v opening, and an envelope about said strip and core with the strip extending through the envelope to be completely pulled therefrom without'removing said envelope.

1-5. A textilepackage comprising a quan I tity of strip material disposedin folded form back and forth'upon itself for a plu- 4 rality of layers, a covering for said material a portion ofwhich is transparent and a portion of which is sufiiciently stiff to provide a package of the desired shape,'said covering having an opening through. which an end of saidv material extends to overlie the outer surface of the package. 7 v

In testimony whereof I affix my signature.

WILLIAM M CAMP;

Referenced by
Citing PatentFiling datePublication dateApplicantTitle
US2517445 *Jul 2, 1946Aug 1, 1950Ruhland SidneyPocket receptacle for dispensing ticker tape
US3202269 *Mar 7, 1963Aug 24, 1965Cuckson Textiles Proprietary LContainer for textile tapes, ribbons and the like
US5269421 *Oct 19, 1992Dec 14, 1993Shuford Mills, Inc.Package of pressure sensitive adhesive tape
Classifications
U.S. Classification206/49
International ClassificationB65D85/67
Cooperative ClassificationB65D85/67
European ClassificationB65D85/67