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Publication numberUS3149718 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 22, 1964
Filing dateAug 9, 1962
Priority dateAug 9, 1962
Publication numberUS 3149718 A, US 3149718A, US-A-3149718, US3149718 A, US3149718A
InventorsWolf Harold F
Original AssigneeWolf Harold F
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Garment container
US 3149718 A
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Sept. 22, 1964 H. F. WOLF 3,149,718

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United States Patent 3,149,718 GARMENT CONTAINER Harold F. Wolf, 1K0. Box 1409, Tampa, Fla. Filed Aug. 9, 1962, Ser. No. 215,925 15 Claims. (Cl. 206-46) This invention relates to improvements in containers, and more particularly concerns a container typically formed of corrugated fibreboard or the like and specifically adapted to be used for packing and transporting garments.

A general object of this invention is to provide an improved garment container.

A particular object of the invention is the provision of an improved container for packing garments to be stored, carried, mailed or transported wherein the garments retain their original shapes and presses without wrinkling thereof.

Another particular object of the invention is to provide a container having internal portions around which the garment may be folded without marring, scraping, or creasing same.

A specific object of the invention is to provide a garment container in which a suit, coat or trousers individually, or dress may be packed, wherein the garment packed retains its selected position therewithin during transportation or mailing thereof.

Another specific object of this invention is to provide an integral blank for folding into a garment container which may be shipped flat and readily erected and assembled for use.

The novel features which are believed to be characteristic of this invention are set forth with particuarity in the appended claims. The invention itself, however, both as to its organization and method of operation, together with further objects and advantages thereof, may best be understood by reference to the following description taken in connection with the accompanying drawings, in which:

FIGURE 1 is a plan view of an integral prescored and precut blank in accord with the invention which may be folded and erected into the assembled container;

FIGURE 2 is a reduced top perspective exterior view of the closed container in accord with the invention;

FIGURE 3 is an enlarged cross section view of the container taken along line 3-3 of FIGURE 2, showing a trousers garment in broken lines;

FIGURE 4 is an interior perspective view of the opened container of FIGURE 2 demonstrating the interrelation of the folded components of the blank of FIGURE 1 and showing in broken lines, the unfolded trousers garment and coat garment in selected positions in the container; and

IGURE 5 is a perspective view similar to FIGURE 4 showing the trousers garment and coat garment after folding thereof, the internal portion of the container being partially broken away.

Referring now more particularly to FIGURE 1, there is provided an integral prescored and precut blank cut from a substanitally rectangular sheet of single wall corrugated fibreboard with a minimum of Waste thereof. .The broken lines 16' generally indicate fold lines, hinge lines or crease lines scored on blank 1t) and full line 10" generally indicate cuts extending through the fibreboard blank 10. Blank 16 comprises a top portion 11 having generally a rectangilar main top panel 12, a bottom portion 13 having a generally rectangular main bottom-panel 14, and an internal portion 15 having a main internal panel 16. Top panel. 12 includes elongated side edges 26 and 21 and end edges 22 and 23, attached to end edges 22 and 23, are respective wall sections 24 and 25. An elongated common'wall section or panel 26 is con- 3,149,718 Patented Sept. 22., 1964 ice nected to and between elongated side edge 21 of top panel 12 and an elongated side edge 27 of bottom panel 14, bottom panel 14 including another oppositely disposed elongated side edge 28 and end edges 29 and 30 between the side edges. An elongated wall section 31 is joined to elongated side edge 20 of top panel 12, wall section 31 being shown herein as formed of inner section 32 and outer section 33 with a narrow section 34- spanning therebetween. A pair of spaced tabs 35 and 36 extend from inner section 32 and, upon proper folding of Wall section 31, the tabs are insertable into respective openings 37 and 38 which pass through top panel 12.

Wall section 24 includes side edges 4% and 41 and end edges 42 and 43, side edge 41 being connected to elongated side edge 22 of top panel 12. Lockable arms 45 and 46 respectively extend from end edges 42 and 43 of Wall section 24. Wall section 25 is provided with substantially identical component parts as wall section 24, and includes side edges 47 and 48, end edges 49 and 50, and lockable arms 51 and 52. Tongues 53 and 54 are cut out of common wall section 26 and are inserted through respective arm openings 55 and 56, thereby to lock the arms 46 and 52 and end Walls 24 and 25 in the upright position shown in FIGURES 4 and 5, hereinafter more fully described.

The bottom portion 13 includes a pair of wall sections 69 and 61, Wall section 66 having side edges 62 and 63, and end edges 64 and 65, and wall section 61 having side edges 67 and 68 and end edges-69 and 70. Bottom portion 13 is provided with wall means generally depicted at 75, connected to bottom panel 14. Wall means includes a wall flange or panel 76 having oppositely disposed side edges 77 and 78, side edge 77 being connected along a fold line to side edge 28 of bottom panel 14. Locking tongues 79 and 80 are cut out of flange 76 and are respectively adapted to lock within respective openings 81 and 82 which extend through arms 66 and 71. Arms 66 and 71 are attached along fold lines to end edges 64- and 69 of wall sections 60 and 61, and when arms 66 and 71 are properly folded, tongues 72 and 81 are folded into locking engagement with arms 66 and 71.

Internal portion 15 includes internal panel 16 having oppositely disposed elongated side edges 85 and 86 and end edges 87 and 83 therebetween. Side edge 85 of panel 16 is connected to flange side edge 78 while an elongated lip 90 is attached to the other panel side edge 36. Internal portion 15 further includes spring flaps 91 and 92 respectively connected to end edges 87 and 88 of internal panel 16. Flaps 91 and 92 are provided with respective end portions 93 and 94 creased along fold lines'95 and 96,

Cut out of internal panel 16 is a garment hanger having a neck portion 191 and shoulder portions 1&2 and 1193, hanger ltltl being hingedly connected to flange 76 along its side edge or fold line 73. A fold line 1455 extends transverselyof neck portion 161 permitting greater flexibility of the hanger 106 during positioning of the coat garment thereon, hereinafter more particularly described.

Any of several procedures of erecting the container 119 of FIGURE 2 from blank 10 may be followed and one such procedure is readily understood with reference to FIGURES 1, 4 and 5, wherein top portion 11 is formed by first folding wall sections 24 and 25 .up- Wardly from top panel 12, folding arms 45 and 51 toward each other to a position generally in alignment with side I edge 26 of top panel 12, folding inner section 32 up-'-.

wardly on bend line 32', folding narrow section 34 upwardly on bend line 34' and folding outer section 33 on bend line 24 whereupon the inner section 32 is brought over and above locking arms 45 and 51 and tab 35 and 36 are respectively inserted within openings 37 and 38 of top panel 12, shown clearly in FIGURE 2. Arms 45 and 51 are nested between outer wall 33 and inner wall 32 to form wall angles 120' and 121, of top portion 11, wall angle 1% being formed between inner wall 32 and wall section 24 and wall angle 121 being formed between inner wall 32 and wall section 25.

Arms 46 and 52 are folded toward each other generally in alignment with side edge 21 of top panel 12, tongues 53 and 54 are folded upwardly on respective hinge lines 53' and 54', and the enlarged tongue ends 53" and 54" are inserted Within respective arm openings 55 and 56 thereby forming self sustaining Wall angles 122. and 123 of top portion 11. The provision of the self sustaining wall angles 122 and 123 affords greater rigidity and strength to container 110 and provides for fixed end walls 24 and 25 for receiving therebetween end walls 60 and 61 of bottom portion 13.

Bottom portion 13 is formed by folding wall sections 60 and 61 upwardly from bottom panel 14, folding arms 66 and 71 toward each other to a position generally in alignment with wall flange edge 77, folding tongues 79 and S upwardly on respective hinge lines 79' and S6, and inserting the enlarged tongue ends 79" and 86" through respective arm openings 81 and 82, thereby forming self sustaining wall angles 125 and 126 of bottom portion 13.

The internal portion 15 is formed by folding flaps 91 and 92 upwardly from internal panel 16 along crease lines 87 and 88, folding flap end portions 9? and 94 upwardly, folding lip 94 upwardly and folding hanger 106 upwardly along crease line 105. Hanger 166 may also be folded upwardly along hinge line 78 if desired as shown by the condition of hanger 16%) in FIGURE 4. The internal panel 16 is folded upwardly from flange 76 and flange 76 is in turn folded upwardly from bottom panel 14 until the opened container 114 assumes the position shown in FIGURE 4. The internal portion 15' is moved in the direction of arrow 13%) to overlie bottom panel 14 with spring flaps 91 and @2 extending toward bottom panel 14. Similarly, hanger 106 and lip 90 extend toward bottom panel 14 from top panel 16, all as shown in FIGURE 5.

The top panel 12 is folded upwardly from common wall 26 along hinge line 23, common wall 26 is folded on hinge line 27 and top portion 11 is moved in the direction of arrow 131 to telescopingly cover bottom portion 13 with internal portion 15 therebetween.

FIGURES 4 and illustrate the manner of packing container 116 with garments, the garments being shown therein as trousers 135 and coat 146. The first step in parking container lltl is to position the seat portion 136 of properly pressed trousers 135 on the bottom panel 14 with the trouser leg portions 13-7 and 138 extending over one end wall, shown herein as end wall 6% of bottom portion 13. The hanger 11.66 is bent downwardly at crease lines 73 and 165 and the coat garment 149 is positioned with its shoulders 141 and 142 respectively engaging and overlying shoulder portions 102 and 163 of hanger 166. After hanging coat garment 146 on hanger 166, the bottom portion 143 and arms 144 and 145 are smoothly positioned to extend into top portion 11, whereupon internal portion is swung in the direction of arrow 136 over the upper portion 146 of coat 146 and seat portion 136 of trousers 135. The leg portions 137 and 138 are folded upwardly over spring flap 91 and internal panel 16, as indicated by arrow 139, whereupon leg portion 138 rests on the upper face 150 of internal panel 16. The bottom coat portion 143 and arms 144 and 145 are folded upwardly over lip 96, as indicated by arrow 14S, and these folded coat portions rest on either leg portion 137 of trousers 135 and/or upper face 156 of internal panel 16. By moving top portion 11 in the direction of arrow 131 the top portion 11 telescopingly covers the bottom, portion 13 with internal portion 15, trousers garment and coat garment 149 properly positioned and packaged therebetween.

Referring to FIGURES 3 and 5, the retaining action of spring flaps 9i and E2 is readily apparent. The resilient flaps 9 and 92 engage the trousers garment 135 at spaced locations 160 and 161 and urges garment 135 forcibly against the upper face 162 of bottom panel 14. It is to be noted that the flap end portions 93 and 94 which are creased along lines 95 and 96 present smooth rounds or folds 163 and 164 for engagement with garment 135 thereby minimizing any scraping or marring thereof due tothe garment encountering a raw or cut sharp edge of the fibreboard.

Similarly the flaps 91 and 92 which are creased along lines 87 and 88 present smooth rounds or folds 165 and 166 around which the garment may be folded. As shown in FIGURE 3, when the trousers garment 135 is folded around internal panel 16 and flap 91, the trousers portion 167 may be contiguous with round 165 without any marring or creasing thereat. A round or fold 17% is also formed by bending lip t) along crease line 36, and the round 170 provides a smooth surface for folding the coat garment 146 as shown in FIGURE 5, thereby minimizing damage to the coat garment 14%).

It will be noted that end extensions 171 and 172 of internal panel 16 overlie portions of respective end walls 61 and 6th of bottom portion 13 when internal portion 15 is in its folded position shown in FIGURE 5. The ends 173 and 174- of lip 90 are fittingly disposed inwardly of respective end walls 61 and 66 and reinforce and strengthen such end walls when internal portion 15 is folded. The tapered ends 65 and 76 of end walls 60 and 61 facilitate the closing of container 116 by top portion 11 telescoping over bottom portion 13. The wall angles 122 and 123 are fixedly positioned to definitely receive therein the respective tapered ends 65 and 76 of bottom end walls 60 and 61 to further facilitate the closing of container 110.

The tongues 53 and 54 are preferably cut out of the common wall 26 so that tongues 53 and 54 can partially occupy the respective cut out openings 175 and 176 in common wall 26 when the top portion 11 telescopes over bottom portion 13. Similarly tongues 79 and 80 are cut out of flange 76 so that they can partially occupy the cut out openings (not shown) in flange 76 when the internal portion 15 is folded into its position between top and bottom portions l1 and 13 as shown in FIGURE 5. With the locking tongues cut out of portions of the container which are folded back on the tongues when container lift) is assembled and packed, the number of openings in the container and the degree of exposure therethrough are minimized, thereby efiectively protecting the packed garments therein.

Accordingly, while only a certain preferred embodiment of this invention has been shown and described by way of illustration, many modifications will occur to those skilled in the art and it is, therefore, desired that it be understood that it is intended in the appended claims to cover all such modifications as fall within the true spirit and scope of this invention.

What is claimed as new and what it is desired to secure by Letters Patent of the United States is:

1. A garment container comprising a top member having depending side walls, a bottom member having upstanding side walls and an internal member positionable within said container between said top and bottom members, said internal member having a pair of spaced spring flaps engageable with a garment positioned within said container for forcibly retaining the garment in its selected position therewithin when said top member covers said bottom member with said internal member and garment therebetween.

2. The garment container as defined in claim 1 wherein each said spring flap includes an end portion folded along a fold line providing a smooth surface for engagement with the garment thereby minimizing any marring thereof.

3. An integral garment container comprising a top portion having a top panel and depending side walls, a bottom portion having a bottom panel and upstanding side walls, one said depending side wall and one said upstanding side wall being a common side wall of said container, an internal portion connected to another said upstanding side wall, said internal portion being foldable into a position between said top and bottom panels, said internal portion having a pair of spaced spring flaps extending toward said bottom panel, said spring flaps being adapted and arranged to engage a garment positioned Within said container on said bottom panel, said spring fiaps forcibly retaining the garment in its selected position when said top portion closingly covers said bottom portion.

4. An integral blank for folding into a garment container comprising a top portion having a generally rectangular top panel, a bottom portion having a generally rectangular bottom panel, an internal portion having a generally rectangular internal panel, each said top, bottom and internal panel including elongated side edges and end edges, an elongated common wall portion connected along fold lines to and between one each of said elongated side edges of said top panel and bottom panel, an elongated wall section connected along a fold line to the other said elongated side edge of said top panel, a first pair of wall sections respectively connected along fold lines to said end edges of said top panel, said first pair of wall sections and said elongated wall section forming outer side walls of said top portion, an elongated wall flange connected along a fold line to the other said elongated side edge of said bottom panel and along a fold line to one said elongated side edge of said internal panel, a second pair of wall sections respectively connected along fold lines to said end edges of said bottom panel, said second pair of wall sections and said wall flange forming inner side walls of said bottom portion, said common wall portion forming a common side wall of said top and bottom portions of said container, said internal portion being foldable along said one elongated side edge thereof into a position between said top and bottom panels, said internal portion further having a pair of spring flaps respectively connected along fold lines to oppositely spaced said end edges of said internal panel, said spring flaps adapted and arranged to engage a garment positioned on said bottom panel, said spring flaps forcibly retaining the garment in its selected position when said top portion telescopingly covers said bottom portion.

5. The integral blank as defined in claim 4 wherein said internal portion further includes a garment hanger cutout from said internal panel and hinged thereto adjacent said fold line between said elongated wall flange and said one elongated side edge of said internal panel, said garment hanger being adapted and arranged to carry a coat garment, said spaced spring flaps providing spaced folds at their connection with said internal panel around which a trousers garment may be folded without creasing thereof.

6. In combination, a garment and container therefor, said container comprising a top member having depending side walls, a bottom member having upstanding side walls and an internal member positionable within said container between said top and bottom members, said internal member including an internal panel having oppositely disposed end edges and side edges, a pair of spaced spring flaps respectively connected to said end edges of said internal panel, said spring flaps at their connection with said internal panel providing spaced folds around which said garment may be folded, said garment having one portion positioned within said bottom member between said bottom member and said internal panel, and having another portion folded over at least one of said folds and positioned between said top member and said internal member, said spring flaps engaging said one portion of said garment for forcibly retaining said garment in its selected position within said bottom member, said other portion of said garment being nested between said top member and said internal mem! ber when said top member covers said bottom member.

7. The combination as defined in claim 6 wherein each said spring flap includes an end portion folded along a fold line and providing a smooth surface against said one portion of said garment thereby minimizing any marring thereof.

8. An integral garment container comprising a top portion having a top panel and depending side walls, a bottom portion having a bottom panel and upstanding side walls, one said depending side Wall and one said upstanding side Wall being a common side wall of said container, an internal portion connected to another said upstanding side wall, said internal portion being foldable into a position between said top and bottom panels, said internal portion having an internal panel and a pair of spaced spring flaps connected along folds to said internal panel, said spring flaps extending toward said bottom panel and being adapted and arranged to engage a portion of a garment positioned on said bottom panel within said container, said spring flaps forcibly retaining the garment in its selected position when said top portion closingly covers said bottom portion, said folds providing smooth surfaces over which the garment may be folded without creasing thereof.

9. An integral garment container comprising a top portion having a top panel, a bottom portion having a bottom panel, each said top and bottom panels including oppositely disposed end edges and oppositely disposed side edges, a common wall section attached along fold lines to one said side edge of said top panel and to one said side edge of said bottom panel, a first pair of wall sections having oppositely disposed end edges and oppositely disposed side edges, one said side edge of each of said first pair of wall sections connected along a fold line to each said end edge of said top panel, each one of said end edges of said first pair of wall sections being substantially aligned with the fold line connection between said common wall section and said one side edge of said top panel, a pair of arms [respectively connected along fold lines to each said one end edge of said first pair of wall sections, each said arm folded along its fold line toward the other into a generally aligned position with said fold line connection, locking tongues cut out of said common wall section of said top portion respectively adjacent each said folded arm, each said arm having an opening therethrough for receiving one said locking tongue for forming a first pair of self sustaining depending wall angles of said top portion, a third Wall section connected along a fold line to the other side edge of said top panel opposite said one side edge thereof and form ing with the other of said end edges of said first pair of Wall sections a second pair of self sustaining depending wall angles of said top portion, a second pair of wall sections having oppositely disposed end edges and oppositely disposed side edges, one said side edge of each of said second pair of wall sections connected along a fold line to respective said end edges of said bottom panel, one end of each said second pair of wall sections being adjacent the fold line connection between said common wall section and said one side edge of said bottom panel, wall means connected along a fold line to the other side edge of said bottom panel opposite said one side edge thereof and forming with each of the other end edges of said second pair of wall sections a pair of upstanding wall angles of said bottom portion, said top portion adapted to telescope over said bottom portion.

10. The integral garment container as defined in claim 9 wherein said wall means includes a flange having oppositely disposed side edges with one of its side edges connected along a fold line to the other side edge of said 7 bottom panel, further comprising an internal portion having an internal panel including oppositely disposed end edges and oppositely disposed side edges, one said side edge of said internal panel connected along a fold line to the other said side edge of said flange, another pair of arms respectively connected along fold lines to each said other end edge of said second pair of wall sections, each said arm of said other pair of arms folded along its fold line toward the other into a generally aligned position with the fold line connection between said flange and said other side edge of said bottom panel, locking tongues cut out of said flange respectively adjacent each saidfolded arm of said other pair of arms, each said 7 arm of said other pair of arms having an opening therethrough for receiving one of said other locking tongues for forming a pair of self sustaining upstanding wall angles of said bottom portion, said internal portion being foldable along its said one side edge into a position between said telescoping top and bottom portions.

11. The integral garment container as defined in claim 10 wherein said internal portion further includes a pair of spring flaps respectively connected along fold lines to said end edges of said internal panel, said spring flaps extending toward said bottom panel when said internal portion is folded between said bottom and top portions, said spring flaps adapted and arranged to engage a garment positioned on said bottom panel, said spring flaps forcibly retaining the garment in its selected position when said top portion telescopes over and covers said bottom portion.

12. The integral garment container as defined in claim 11 wherein each said spring flap includes an end portion folded along a fold line and providing a smooth surface for engagement with the garment thereby minimizing any marring thereof.

13. The integral garment container as defined in claim 11 wherein said internal portion further comprises a hanger portion cut out from said internal panel and hinged thereto at said fold line between said flange and said internal panel, said hanger being adapted and arranged to extend downwardly from said internal portion toward said bottom panel and to carry a coat garment, said spring flaps adapted and arranged to engage a trousers garment positioned on said bottom panel, said spring fiaps providing spaced folds at their connection to said internal panel around which the trousers garment may be folded without creasing thereof.

14. The integral garment container as defined in claim 13 wherein said internal portion further comprises a lip connected to the other side edge of said internal panel, said lip providing a fold at its connection to said internal panel around which the coat garment carried by said hanger may be folded without creasing thereof.

15. An integral container comprising a top portion having a top panel, a bottom portion having a bottom panel, each said top and bottom panels including oppositely disposed end edges and oppositely disposed side edges, a common wall panel attached along fold lines to one said side edge of said top panel and to one said side edge of said bottom panel, a first pair of Wall sections having oppositely disposed end edges and oppositely disposed side edges, one said side edge of each of said first pair of wall sections connected along a fold line to each said end edge of said top panel, each one of said end edges of said first pair of wall sections being substantially aligned with the fold line connection between said common wall panel and said one side edge of said top panel, a pair of arms respectively connected along fold lines to each said one end edge of said first pair of wall sections, each said arm folded along its fold line toward the other into a generally aligned postion with said fold line connection, locking tongues cut out of one of the panels joined by said fold line connection and swingable on said fold line connection respectively adjacent each said folded arm, each said arm having an opening therethrough for receiving one said locking tongue for forming a first pair of self sustaining depending wall angles of said top portion, a third wall section connected along a fold line to the other side edge of said top panel opposite said one side edge thereof and forming with the other of said end edges of said first pair of wall sections a second pair of self sustaining depending wall angles of said top portion, a second pair of wall sections having oppositely disposed end edges and oppositely disposed side edges, one said side edge of each of said second pair of wall sections connected along a fold line to respective said end edges of said bottom panel, one end of each said second pair of wall sections being adjacent the fold line connection between said common wall section and said one side edge of said bottom panel, wall means connected along a fold line to the other side edge of said bottom panel opposite said one side edge thereof and forming with each of the other end edges of said second pair of wall sections a pair or" upstanding wall angles of said bottom portion, said top portion being adapted and arranged to telescope over said bottom portion.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification206/288, 206/293
International ClassificationB65D85/18
Cooperative ClassificationB65D85/18
European ClassificationB65D85/18