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Publication numberUS2006451 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateJul 2, 1935
Filing dateDec 8, 1933
Priority dateJan 2, 1933
Publication numberUS 2006451 A, US 2006451A, US-A-2006451, US2006451 A, US2006451A
InventorsHarvey L Glidden
Original AssigneeUnited Shoe Machinery Corp
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Receptacle holder
US 2006451 A
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y 1935. H. L'. GLIDDEN 2,006,451

RECEPTACLE HOLDER Filed Dec'. 8, 1953 Patented July 2,1935 2 a 2,006,451

" 1 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE I RECEPTACLE HOLDER Harvey L. Glidden, Lexington, Mass, assignor to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Paterson, N. .l., a corporation of New Jersey Application December 8, .1933 Serial No. 701,546

' In Great Britain JanuaryZ, 1933 8 Claims. f (Cl. ere-r) This invention relates to agitating devices and tacle is, as illustrated at IS] in Fig. 3 engaged is herein illustrated asernbodied in a holder for by one of the ribs I4 or Hi. In holding recepliquidreceptacles. I tacles of oblong cross section, it has been found Prior to using paints, stains, shoe dressings, preferable to insert the receptacle with its longer .5 and other liquids employed, for example, in the axis lying between the two pairs of ribs M and 5 finishing of shoes orsh'oe parts, it is frequently it as shown in Figs. 1 and' l. In this way the I necessary to agitate" the liquid in order to render pairs of ribs M and It will engage respectively it homogeneous. One method employed in shoe opposite sides of the receptacle with a minimum factories for doing this'consists in placing the Spreading of the ribs. In order to eliminate any receptacle containing theliquid upon a pair of tendency of such receptacle tomove radia y 10 horizontal rotary shafts'which are operated by the holder in e directienperellelte the Sides friction to rotate the receptacle thereby agitatwhich are engaged by the ribs 14 and I6, there ing its contents. This method is effective but are p v d addito-nal ribs 20 adjacent, reheretofore has been limited to use in connecspectively, to one Of t e members M and to one 15 tion with cylindrical receptacles. of the members l6 adapted to engage the other 15 An object of the present invention is to protwo sides of the receptacle. The construction I vide a holder for the receptacles having flat sides v esc ibed t us provides a holder which is. whereby rotation of the receptacles in devices of adaptable for use in holding flat-Sided p-' the kind aforementioned is made possible. To taeles of a y t d Shapes d S zes, the 3 this end and as illustrated, the invention proc p c in each case being d W th thevides a holder having spaced annular end porgenerally Cylindrical Structure ou e y the tions and members extending between the anrings Which constitute outwardly disposed e nular end portions adapted tolengage the flat 11111941 portions y which e o d r can be resides of a receptacle whereby the receptacle can ede i be rotated upon rotation of the holder. Another rm of holder particularly adap Other objects and features of the invention r use in h ldin omp a iv ly large n he v will b apparent from th foll in d t il d 1 receptacles of square cross section is illustrated scription when taken in connection with the acin 2- This holder 2| Comprises e d p companying drawing and will be pointed out in each eempeeed Of an li ring 22 d an nner the claims. ring which are connected by means of longi- 30 In the drawing, tudinally extending ribs 26 having bent portions Fig, 1 is a, perspective i f an agitating 28 which are soldered or welded to the rings 22 device having in position thereon one form of and 24. The receptacle engaging me be s 00mholder constructed according to the invention; Prise Wire 01 the legs of Which a e Se u ed Fig 2 i perspective i of th form of to the rings 22 and 24 and which extend first 35 h ld d receptacle; nd inwardly of the ring members and then'out Figs. 3 and 4 are end views of the holder shown l t to form curved receptacle a ing in Fig. 1 with receptacles of different shapes poportions Eaeh leg of the D 3!! S be t to iti n d th r in, form small loops 34 which render the loops 3!! The form of receptacle holder illustrated in yieldable outwardly of t c al po t ons -3 Fig. 1 is particularly adapted for facilitating the t structure The 10010530 are braced y Wire rotation of receptacles of either square or obmembers 35 c d to he members 26 and to long cross-sections. This holder I0 is constructed the legs of t IOODS Pl'efelahly, the 1 5 30 of metal rods or heavy Wire and comprises two are arranged in p e about the p p y of the rings l2 which are connected. by two pairs of deviee and each p 100195 isedepted to enresilient ribs l4 and I6, opposite ends of the a one side of a receptacle as r pta l ribs l4 and I6 being soldered or Welded respecforced aXiellY through the g e ber The tively to the rings I2. Each of the members M pairs of I D engage al our Sides of the reand I6 is curved inwardly along a plane passing p e near pp ends re hus to Sethrough the axis of the device, is adapted to en- Cure it firmlyin p n Within the O de 50 gage the side of a flat-sided receptacle suchas a The holders and 2| are utilized in Conneccan l8, and is sufficientl resilient to yield oution with he agi on f liq id n the re pwardly to permit insertion of receptacles of vaae s po on in the holders in agitating rious sizes and shapes. In holding receptacles vices such as'that illustrated in Fig. 1. As shown,

5:, of square cross section, each side of the recepthe agitating device comprises a frame 40 which carries a pair of horizontal parallel shafts 42 and 44. The shaft 42 is driven by pulley 46 and the shaft 44 is driven in the same direction by a belt 48 which passes over a pulley 50 on shaft 42 and a pulley 52 on shaft 44.

The shafts 42 and 44 are provided with collars 54 having grooves 56 which are arranged to engage the rings I2 of the holder ID, as shown in Fig. 1, or the rings 22 of the holder 2| to rotate by frictional contact the holder and the receptacle therein.

Having described my invention, what I claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent of the United States is:

1. A receptacle holder comprising a plurality of spaced rings, and members positioned inwardly of the peripheries of the rings for engaging and gripping opposite sides of a fiat-sided receptacle.

. 2. A receptacle holder comprising a plurality of spaced rings, and resilient ribs connecting the rings, each of the ribs being curved inwardly to engage a side of a receptacle positioned within the holder. 7

3. A receptacle holder comprising two spaced annular members, and a plurality of pairs of resilient members connecting the annular members and curved inwardly of the peripheries of witheannular members to engage oppositely disposed sides of a fiat-sided receptacle, and additional resilient members .for engaging other sides of the receptacle.

4. A holder for flat-sided receptacles comprising spaced annular members, and a plurality of yieldable ribs connecting the annular members and curved inwardly toward the axes of the members for engaging the sidewalls of a receptacle.

5. Aholder comprisingya pair of spaced rings, and members extending between the rings having resilient curved inwardly extending portions for engaging the sides of a receptacle.

6. A holder comprising a plurality of spaced rings and pairs of resilient members secured to the rings along the peripheries thereof and having curved portions for engaging a receptacle positioned in the holder.

7. A holder comprising a plurality of rings, ribs connecting the rings and having inwardly disposedportions for engaging the sides of a receptacle, the ribs being arranged in pairs each pair of whichisv arranged toengage one of two opposite sides of a receptacle, and an additional rib for engaging an adjacent side of the receptacle.

8. A device for holding receptacles comprising a plurality of spaced annular members, ribs connecting the members, each 7 of said ribs being curved inwardly toward the axis of. the device and lying in a radial plane for engaging opposite sides of a flat-sided receptacle, and additional ribs for engaging other sides of the receptacle.

HARVEY L. GLIDDEN.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification366/213, 248/130, 269/287
International ClassificationB01F9/00
Cooperative ClassificationB01F15/0074, B01F9/002, B01F9/0014
European ClassificationB01F15/00M4B, B01F9/00G2B, B01F9/00G