US 1931147 A
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K. S. HAMPEL Oct. 17, 1933.
METHOD FOR TRANSFERRING PRINTED FIGURES OR PICTURES Filed April 20, 1951 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 ATTORN EY5 Oct. 17, 1933. K. s. HAMPEL 1,931,147
METHOD FOR TRANSFERRING PRINTED FIGURES OR PICTURES Filed April 20, 1931 2 Sheets-Sheet 2 l 5. E 5 mvau iz ATTORNEYS Patented Oct. 17, 1933 r'rG Es oRrIo'rUnEs I Y Myinvention relates-to a met-hod for transferring printed figures or pictures, and it consists in the. steps". hereinafter described and claimed.
"An object of myinvention' is to provide a .methr-y f odfortransferring printed figures or pictures or portions thereof. '1 V .-:A further object is to. provide a .m'ethodzfor transferring printed pictures or'portionsthereof, whereby. the transferred pictures may have borders of'desired shapes. 2- f 1 Another object is to provide amethod for transferring printedpictures or portions thereof. whereby the transferred pictures may have borderssimulating those of stamps. 1
A further object is. to provide amethod whereby printed. pictures or. portions thereof which have been colored with .crayon,:penci1 orthe like; may be transferred together with the coloring.
1 Afurther object is to providea method whereby I ?20 printed pictures or portions thereof,: which have struction for transferring pictures.
Other objects and advantages will appear in the following specification, and the novel features of the invention will be particularly pointed out in theappended claims.
ing drawings, forming part of this application, in
which Figure 1' is a view of the picture, aportion of i which is to be transferred, g 1 Figure 2 is a View showing the blankstamps to which the pictures may be transferred,
Figure 3 is a view showing one of the steps in the transferring of the picture,
Figure 4 is a view showing the picture as transferred to one of the blank stamps, 3 1
Figure 5 is a'view showing the different forms in which picturesmay be transferred to a blank sheet,
Figure 6 is a sectional view of the die'and handle construction used for transferring a picture,
Figure 7 is a section taken along the line7-7' of Figurefi, V l
Figure 8 is an elevational view showing a modified form of die block,
Figure 9 is a perspective view of a form of die block, and
Figure 10 is a sectional view of the die block shown in'Figure9.
block 1 having the shape shown in Figures 3 and 6."
which it is desired to transfer.
, and the sheets laid on any plane surface such as In carrying out my invention, .1 provide a die I .The dieblockl is provided with a recess 2'therein'. I
A-handle 3 is provided having a; recess 4 for re-v ceiving a peg -or. pin 5 whichisfrictionallyheld, in the recess 4, A portion 6 of the peg Sextends Without thehandle 3 and with'in'the opening '2 of thejdie blockyl. The peg. 5 -is provided with a slot 7 therein which terminates in. an, enlarged opening 8. The slot 'Tprovidesportions' 9 and 10. The enlarged opening .8 :providesrelativelythin wall portions 11 whereby-the, portions 9 and 10. may be more resilient. The handle 3 isprovided with a reduced' portion, 12 which, is encircled by an annular member or ring .13.: The'ring i'sfor the'purpose. of preventinga transverse. expan sionofflthe portion 12. 4A fiber orresilient, Washer Misprovided withan-opening. 15 thereinwhereby i a 1 the same'may bedisposed overthe; portion. 6--of the-pi-n'i'5. 1 The 'washer '14 is disposed between the reduced portion 12 :of the handle 3' and the dieblock- I for providing, a cushionbetween the handle andthe die., 1' The. process for transferring a picture or por+ tion thereof with the apparatus of which ,thedes scribed die block forms a part, is as follows. 7 Figurel shows a picture 16, the head portion of The block 1 is first disposed over. the picture in the position shown bythe dotted lines 17 and marked around 1 y with apencil or other marking means,fthe line My invention is illustrated in the accompanymade thereby also. being indicated by 1'7. The space between the head portion and thelines 1'1 may be'co'loredwith a crayon, pencil, or similar means. The surfacebounded by the lines 17 is then moistened with a transferring liquid. The sheet 18 on which the picture is-printed is then. disposed on a resilient pad or base 19Ihaving a plane surface or face 20. The pad or base 19 may be made of any desired substance/such as rubber, fiber or the likes disposed on any supporting structure, such as The 'pad 191 may be the top of a table 21. It will, of course, be understood that the pad proper may be dispensed with the top of a table. When the pad is dispensed with, however, the definition of the transferred picture is less clear than when the pad is used.
I A blank stamp 22 shown in Figure2 may be 22 in such manner that the edges thereof will be as directly aligned with the lines 17 as possible.
The top'23 of the handle Bis then strucka blow witha hammer or like means. After the die 1 is m 1 i The die block 1 is then superimposed on the stamp removed from the stamp 22 and the stamp is removed from the sheet 18 and inverted, it will be seen that the picture and the coloring'will' have been transferred to the stamp, as shown in Fig- -ure 4. The transferred color of the crayon: is
of anysuitable material, 'such as metal, hard denoted by the stippled area 24. Thus it will be seen that, a transferred picture has a very-pleas ing appearance in the form of a stamp, which may be pasted or' otherwise disposed in scrapbooks or the like; It will also be seen that the original picture may be colored or otherwise changed to suit the particular desires or tastes of the individual. I It may be desired that a picture be transferred directly to apage 25 of a scrap book. instead of to a blank stamp as hereinbefore described; It 1 may be, however, desirable thatthetransferred picture have the appearance of astamp or that'f the background thereof have a different contour. For this purpose various die blocks 26 are pro 'vided'. f The contour of the die face of each die block corresponds to the contour of the back- I ground of the picture which it is desired to transthe stamp 22.v The-die block 26 is substituted for the die block 1; The remaining steps are the same as have been hereinbefore described for transferring a picture to a stamp; When the die blo'ck'26 is used,the contour of the-background of. thepicture'is asshown'i at 27 in Figure 5.
1 The contour of the background as shown at'28 would result if the die-block 1 were used. Shapes 29 land 30 are illustrative'of,other backgrounds which it mightbe desirable tohave in connec-' tion with the transferred picture. The die faces the die face thereof areprovide'd'with-tapered recessed portions 31" which formthe background die-block in which the top part 32amay be made "A1though,I haved my Process as trans- When; used in this connection, a form of die should be used having a face conforming to the wood or the like.
.InjFigure 8 I have 'shown'amodified, form of suitable material such as rubber and attached to thea top portion 32 byany suitable means.
ferr'in'g'a picture from a flat surface to a flat surface,'it willibe'readily understood; however, that the, picture may be transferred to a rounded'surface such'as a plasterof Paris plaque might'have.
curvature of therounded surface oftheplaque;
I'cl'aima' I '1. The :methodof transferring'zav printed im-' pre's sion to a sheet of material which comprises applying transfer -material; to. the impression, placing the sheet and impressionin .contactiand vlayingithe'same on a smooth supporting surface,
placing a block over; the contacting i impression andsheet, striking thexblock a blow, and then immediately separating said sheet from. said printed impression. c 1 n 2. A method of transferring aprinted impression to a sheet of material which comprises ap-. plying transfer material to the. impression,xlay- V ing the-"sheet andimpression in-contact on a smooth supporting surface,"superimposingv on 1 said sheet andiimpression the smooth face of a block havinga margin shaped to conform with the desired marginal outline of the transferred