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Publication numberUS3688679 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateSep 5, 1972
Filing dateAug 20, 1970
Priority dateAug 20, 1970
Publication numberUS 3688679 A, US 3688679A, US-A-3688679, US3688679 A, US3688679A
InventorsCarlson Wilbur E
Original AssigneeCarlson Wilbur E
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Print holder device
US 3688679 A
Abstract
A print holder device for storage of film prints including a base and a pair of oppositely disposed walls projecting upwardly therefrom adapted for supporting one or more film prints thereon. Each of the walls is provided with one or more slots with the slots in one wall being aligned with and oppositely disposed with respect to the slots in the opposite wall. A support plate is provided which extends between the walls having its opposed edges disposed within the respective aligned slots being adapted to support a film print thereon to enable print coater to be applied thereto and dried thereon immediately after removing the print from a camera. The walls of the device are collapsible with one wall being adapted to close upon the base and the other wall being adapted to close upon the first mentioned wall to form a compact unit for storage of the device.
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3,688,679 [4 Sept.5, 1972 PRINT HOLDER DEVICE 1,140,456 11/1962. Germany.....................95/100 [72] Inventori Wilbur E. Carlson, 17316 Fries Primary Examiner-John M. Horan Lakewood ohm 44107 Assistant Examiner-Alan A. Mathews [22] Filed: Aug. 20, 1970 Attorney-Tears.

Teare & Sammon [21] Appl. No.: 65,628 ABSTRACT I A print holder device for storage of film prints includ- [52] U.S. ....95/100, 206/1 A i a ba and a pair of oppositely disposed walls pro- [51] Int. 3/00 jecting upwardly therefrom adapted for supporting [58] Field of Search. ......;..........95/100, l2; 206/1 A one ormore film prints thereon. Each of. the walls is provided with one or more slots with the slots in one R f cit d wall being aligned with and oppositely disposed with a respect to the slots in the opposite wallrA support UNITED STATES PATENTS plate is provided which extends between the walls having its opposed edges disposed within the respective v aligned slots being adapted to support a film print mwmwmmw 111 Ill www any HH999 999 55 n "n" 99 m m m5 m m" m m m m "V. r aam mmm WmmmTn GH 6807 690 637 6 47 999999999 111111111 5347 0000 0 umnnmwn ,33 w angina ,J ,JA Q 323 32 23 thereon to enable print coater to be applied thereto and dried thereon immediately after removing the print from a camera. The walls of the device are collapsible with one wall being adapted to'close upon the base and the other wall being adapted to close upon the first mentioned wall to form a compact unit for storage of the device.

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FIGS 1 INVENTOR WILBUR E. CARLSON BY ATTORNEYS.

PRINT HOLDER DEVICE BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION The present invention relatesto film'print holding devices, and more particularly, to devices for supporting the film print so that print coater may be applied thereto and to eliminate dobbing, smearing and/or smudging the print.

l-leretofore, numerous-problems have been encountered in applying print coater-to film prints. For example, Polaroid black & white film prints must be grasped -by the party taking the print adjacent an edge thereof when pulled from a camera, and then laid upon a flat surface, face up, and allowed to dry prior to applying print coater thereto. When numerous prints are taken rapidly, they are usually laid randomly all over a supporting surface. Under these conditions, the face of each of the prints is exposed to maximum contamination by dirt and'dust particles which may be present in the surrounding atmosphere. In addition, it is often necessary to grasp the print at numerous places to apply coating over the entire surface of the print resulting in the fingers of the party holding the print becoming sticky and messy. Further, when applying the coater, the film print is often pulled from out of the grasp of the party holding the print which more than likely causes damage thereto by smearing and/or smudging of the surface thereof. In addition, the coated prints had to be laid aside and left to be dried for a period of time. This has been inconvenient for the party making the prints in that it has been necessary to remain in generally the same vicinity while the film prints are drying, and thus, limited the freedom of movement of the party operating the camera.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention contemplates providing a print holder device for storage of film prints including a base and a pair of oppositely disposed walls projecting upwardly therefrom. Means is provided on each of the walls and spaced from the base for engaging opposed edges of one or more film prints to support the same on said device in spaced relation with respect to the base. The walls are collapsible onto the base for storage of the device. A support member extends between the walls in overlying relation to the base, being adapted for mounting a film print thereon to enable the print coater to be applied to the print. Each of the walls includes at least one slot therein with a slot in one of the walls being aligned opposite to a respective slot in the other of the walls for receiving the opposed edges of a print therein. The slots extend generally transversely with respect to the base, being arcuately curved in the lengthwise direction. The support member is made of a deformable material being adapted to conform to the curvature of the slots for locking the member in position on the device. Further, one of the walls is pivotally mounted adjacent one edge of the base, being adapted to close upon the base and the other of the walls is pivotally mounted adjacent the opposite edge of the base, being adapted to close upon the first mentioned wall to form a compact structure for storage of the device. In addition, each of the walls include a plurality of slots arranged one above the other for supporting a plurality of film prints in spaced, superposed relation. Each of the walls include abutment means adapted for engagement with one end of the support member to limit transverse movement of the support member in at least one direction withrespect to the walls to maintain the support plate in a relatively stationary position while applying print coater to a film print. An alignment means is carried adjacent the upper end of each of the walls for aligning a respective edge of a film print with a corresponding edge of a print backing. An attachment means is carried by the base for mounting the device on a camera or the body of the party taking the prints when the camera is in use.

As can be seen, the foregoing arrangement enables one or more film prints to be stored in a relatively stationary position and enables'print coater to be applied thereto without the usual mess and bother. In addition, this arrangement provides protection against contamination by dirt and dust particles, and enables the device to be carried along with the party taking the film printswhile the film print and/or print coater is in the process of drying. Thus, the party taking the film prints has extremely high mobility at all times. In addition, the structure is such as to enable the device to be folded-up to form an extremely compact unit for storing the device after being used.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the print holding device of the present invention;

FIG. 2 is a transverse longitudinal sectional view of the device shown in FIG. 1 when viewed in side elevation;

FIG. 3 is a side elevation view of the device shown in FIG. 1;

FIG. 4 is a top plan view of the device shown in FIG. 1 showing the support plate in the partially inserted position; and

FIG. 5 is an end elevation view of the device shown in FIG. 1 in the collapsed condition;

FIG. 6 is a section view taken along 6-6 of FIG. 2;

FIG. 7 is another embodiment of the feature shown in FIG. 6.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS The print holding device of the present invention is illustrated, generally at 2, in FIG. 1 as including a base 4 and a pair of oppositely disposed side walls 6 and 8 mounted thereon. As shown, each of the side walls includes slots 10 extending transversely thereof being adapted to receive one or more film prints therein for storage in the device. The slots 10 are also arranged to receive a support plate 12 (FIG. 2) therein for supporting a film print thereon to enable print coater to be applied thereto without excessive contact with the film print by the party applying the coating. The walls 6 and 8 are shown as being pivotally mounted on the base so that the wall 6 may be folded down upon the base and the wall 8 may be folded down upon the wall 6 to form a compact structure for storage of the device when not in use. An attachment member 14 is carried on the base 4 for mounting the device on a camera or on the body of the party taking the prints so that it may be carried along with the party taking the prints. In addition, the upper ends of the walls 6 and 8 are provided with an alignment means 15 to enable alignment of the film print with a print backing.

, The device 2 may be made of any suitable material. While in the form shown it is made of a plastic material, it of course could be made in whole or in part of wood, metal or any other similar material. Referring now to FIGS. 1 and 4, the base 4 includes a pair of elongated, generally fiat end plates 16 and 18 which are supported in spaced, generally parallel relation by a bottom plate 20. As shown, the bottom plate 20v may be of a polygonal configuration, such as rectangular or the like. The end plates 16 and 18 may be attached to the bottom plate 20 in any suitable manner, such as by a suitable adhesive or the like, adjacent the center of the bottom plate to enable the outer ends of the plates 16 and 18 to be flexed outwardly from the bottom plate for a reason to be described hereinafter.

-The wall 6 is shown as being mounted for pivotal movement with a pair of axially aligned pins 22 and 23 which are attached thereto and project outwardly away from one another being adapted for pivoted connection in similarly configured openings in the-plates 16 and 18, respectively. Likewise, the wall 8 is pivotally mounted on the pins 24 and 25. As can be seen, to mount the walls 6 and 8 on the base plate 20, the outer ends of the end plates 16 and 18 may be flexed outwardly to enable the pins 22, 23, 24 and 25 to be aligned with the corresponding openings in .the end plates 16 and 18. The ends of the end plates 16 and 18 may then be released positioning the pins in the openings. By this arrangement, the plates 6 and 8 may pivot inwardly toward one another. In the form shown, the pins 24 and 25 are mounted slightly higher on the side wall 8 than the pins 22 and 23 are mounted on the wall 6 so that when the walls 6 and 8 are pivoted towards one another, the plate 6 will be folded down in overlying relation with respect to the base plate 20 while the wall 8 will fold down inoverlying relation with respect to the wall 6 (FIG. Referring again to FIG. 5, the lower end of the plates .6 and 8, such as at 27 and 29, extend sufficiently beyond the pins 22, 23 and 24, 25 so that'they will abuttingly engage the end edges 30 and 31, respective ly, of the base plate 20 to limit opening pivotal movement of the walls 6 and 8 to position the walls in a generally upright position when fully opened.

As shown in FIG. 2, each of the walls, such as 6, may be provided with aplurality of slots which are spaced equidistantly one above the other in generally parallel relation. As shown, the slots are arranged in oppositely disposed pairs. That is, a respective one of the slots 10A in one of the walls, such as 6, is oppositely aligned with a respective one of the slots 108 in the opposite wall, such as 8, being adapted to receive the opposed edges of the support plate 12 and/or film print in sliding relation therein (FIG. 2). By this arrangement one or more film prints may be stored in superposed overlying relation to the base and/or each other. As the walls 6 and 8 are essentially identical in configuration, only one, such as 6, will be described in detail with corresponding parts on the opposite wall 8 being designated by like numerals when necessary.

As shown, the slots 10 extend generally transversely with respect to the base plate commencing adjacent the one side edge, such as at 33, and terminating adjacent the opposite side edge, such as at 34, of the wall 6. Preferably, the slots 10 open on to one side edge, such as 33, and terminate just short of the opposite side edge 34. In addition, the slots 10 open onto the interior surfaces 36 (FIG. 4) of the walls 6 and 8 so as to open toward one another for receiving the opposed edges of the support plate 12 therein. As shown, by this arrangement the leading edge 37 of the support plate will abuttingly engage the wall 6 adjacent one end of the slots 10 to limit movement of the support plate 12 with respect to the base plate 20. The trailing edge of the plate 12 may be provided with aturned down tab 38 which is adapted to abuttingly engage the wall 6 adjacent the side edge 33 which may function as a supplementary stop to limit transverse movement of the-support plate 12, as well as, provide a handle for grasping the support plate so that it may be pulled out of a respective one of the slits. Preferably, only a single support plate is required which serves to hold the walls 6 and 8 apart and prevent the same from collapsing toward one another when in the installed position, as well n as, support a film print for applying coating thereto. Normally, print coater is only required on black-and-white film prints. As colored prints do not necessarily require print coater, the support plate 12 need not be used, and the film prints themselves may serve as a support plate to support the walls 6 and 8 in the upright position.

As previously indicated, the slots 10 are provided in generally arcuate form, and thus, the support plate 1-2 will take on the general configuration in one direction, such as from end to end of the base plate 20, the same arcuate shape as that of the slot 10. It has also been found that the arcuate form of the slot gives the film prints a definite shape to resist random direction warping and prevents one film print from contacting an adjacent film print during the drying process. In addition, by this arrangement, the support plate 12 will be substantially rigid in the direction generally perpendicular to the lengthwise dimensionof the slots 10. In this form, the tab 38 will also prevent the support plate 12 from being slid toward, the center of the respective walls 6 and 8, and thus, add to the rigidity thereof. Further, each of the slots 10 may be provided with a linear portion adjacent its open end to form an abutment 42 (FIG. 2) to engage the adjacent edge of the film print disposed within a respective pair of slots to retain the film print in the slot upon removal of the support plate, when such is used. As the support plate extends through the open end of the slot, pressure on the underside of the support plate will lift the film, and thus, when the support plate is withdrawn, the edge of the film print adjacent the open end of the slot will be drawn into engagement with the abutment 42 leaving the film print in the device. The support plate is then inserted in the next pair of slots above.

Referring again to FIGS. 1 and 2, the respective upper edges of the walls 6 and 8 are provided with recesses 40 and 4-1 which open onto one side edge, such as 33, of the respective walls and terminates short of the opposite side edge 34 thereof.- Further, the recesses 40 and 41 open onto the interior surfaces 36 of the walls 6 and 8, respectively, so as to open toward one another. A cover member 43 may be mounted adjacent the respective upper ends of the walls 6 and 8 in overlying relation with respect to the recesses 40 and 41 so as to form generally paralIeLopposed slots 45 and 46 (FIGA). The slots 45 and 46 open toward one another being adapted to receive the opposed edges of a film print and a print backing. As shown, in FIGS. 6 and 7, each of the slots 45 and 46 (only slot 45 is shown) are wider adjacent the top than at the bottom to enable precise centering of the backing with respect to the print. In the form shown in FIG. 6, a tiered construction is provided having a deep slot 47 adapted to receive a respective edge of the print backing, and a narrow slot 49 adapted to receive a respective edge of the film print. In addition, the closed end of the slot may also be tiered, as at 50, to provide for a similar offset adjacent that. respective end of the print backing and film print. In another form, as shown in FIG. 7, the inner wall, as at 53, of the recesses 45 and 46 (only recess 45 shown) may be slanted so as to provide a wider opening adjacent the top which is adapted to receive the print than at the bottom which is adapted to receive the print backing. Likewise, the closed end of the slot 45 may also be similarly slanted. By this ar rangement, a film print and print backing can be inserted, as a unit or one at a time, into the open end of the recesses 40 and 41, and then slid along the slots 45 and 46 until a corresponding edgev of each abuttingly engages the closed end, as at 48, of each of the slots 45 and 46 thus aligning such edges with one another for mounting the film print on the backing. Conventionally, the print backing includes an adhesive coating on one side having a removable protective cover which when pulled off exposes the adhesive. Prior to insertion of the print and print backing into the slots 45 and 46, only a small portion of the protective cover need be pulled back to expose a relatively narrow area of the adhesive. The portion of the cover pulled back serves to hold the print away from the backing until the print and backing are fully inserted. -At this time, the print is pressed, between the forefinger and thumb, to cause the print to adhere to the exposed portion of the adhesive. The print and backing may then be removed, as a unit. The protective cover may then by completely removed and the print pressed against the entire exposed area of adhesive to mount the print on the backing in proper alignment.

When desired, the attachment member or hook 14 may be mounted adjacent one end of the device for attaching the device to a camera. In the form shown, the hook 14 comprises a wire, which may be made of any suitable material, such as metal, plastic or the like, and which may be closed upon itself to form a polygonal, such as rectangular, loop-like member. A mounting pad 51 may be provided adjacent the exterior side of one of the walls, such as 6 being adapted to support the hook 14 on the device. The pad 51 may be formed integrally with the wall 6, such as by molding or the like, or may be made separately and secured thereto, such as by a suitable adhesive or the like. In the form shown, the pad 51 may be provided with elongated openings 52 and 54 extending through the pad 51 being adapted to receive lineal extending portions 56 and 58, respectively, of the hook 14 in sliding relation thereto. Rail- Iike portions 60 and 62 extend between the lineal extending portions 52 and 54 being adapted to be hung on or connected to the latch on a camera cover. By this arrangement, the hook 14 may be slid back and forth in the openings 52 and 54 to expose one or the'other of the rail-like portions 60 and 62 for connection to the support plate 12 is held camera cover latch. As some cameras do not have a cover, the hook 14 may be connected to a strap hung about the neck of the party taking the prints, and preferably, hanging just below the camera. I

Referring again to FIG. 5, a space 66 is provided between the confronting interiorsurface of the side wall 6 and the upper surface of the bottom plate 20 when the device is in the collapsed condition being adapted to receive the support plate 12 for storage therein. The support plate 12 is inserted into the space 66 from the side of the device, after it has been collapsed with the tab 38 projecting upwardly. As the opposite side edges-33 and 34 are spaced from the confronting inner surfaces 70 and 72 of the end plates 16 and 18, respectively, the tab 38 may be slid into either of the spaces. Preferably, the spacing between the side edges 33 and 34 and the inner surfaces 70 and 72, respectively, is less than the thickness of the tab-38 so that the tab 38 is pinched therebetweemand thus, the

by .friction in this storage position.

Iclaim 1. A print holder device for film prints comprising:

a base, 3 r

a pair of oppositelydisposed walls projecting upwardly from said base, 7

means on each ofsaid walls and spaced from said base for engaging opposed edgesof one or more film prints to support the-same on said device in spaced relation from said base,

said means on each of said walls comprises a plurality of slots extending transversely with respect to said base being open at one end to receive a respective edge of a film print therein and closed at the opposite end to limit movementof said film print through said slots,

a support member extending between said walls having its opposed edges slidably disposed within said slots, and

each of said slots including retainer means adjacent the open ends thereof adapted to, engage an adjacent end of said film .print upon sliding withdrawal of said support member from said slots to retain said film print within said slots.

2. A print holder device for film prints comprising,

a base,

a pair of oppositely disposed walls projecting upwardly from said base, means on each of said walls and spaced from said base for engaging opposed edges of one or more film prints to support the same on said device in spaced relation from said base, alignment meanscarried adjacent the upper end of each of said walls for aligning an edge of the film print with a corresponding edge of a print backing, said alignment means comprising at least one pair of oppositely disposed, linearly extending slots opening in a direction toward one another and being arranged to receive the opposed edges of a film print and print backing therein, each of said slots including a deep portion adjacent one side to receive a respective edge of a print backing therein and a narrow portion adjacent the the film print therein, and

tered with respect to said deep portions on each of said walls such that said film print will be centered with respect to said print backing when both are mounted within said slots.

3. A device in accordance with claim 2, wherein said slots are of a tiered construction including a deep slot portion adjacent the top of said slots and a narrow slot portion at the bottom of said slots to enable precise entering of said print backing with said film print.

4. A device in accordance with claim 2, wherein said slots are defined in a-lengthwise dimension by a slanted wall such that the slot is wider adjacent the top than at the bottom to enable precise centering of said print backing with said film print.

5. A device in accordance with claim 2, wherein said slots are open at one end and closed at the opposite end, and

the closed end of said slots include a deep portion and a narrow portion for off-setting the print backing with the film print in the mounted position thereof.

6. A print holder device for film prints comprising,

a base,

a pair of oppositely disposed walls projecting upwardly from said base,

means on each of said walls and spaced from said baseifor engaging opposed edges of one or more film prints to support the same on said device in spaced relation from said base, said means on each of said walls comprises at least one slot therein with a slot in one of said walls being aligned with respective slots in the other of said walls for receiving the opposed edges of a film print therein, I

a resilient, deformable support member extending between said walls having opposed edges removably mounted within said slots,

each of said slots being arcuately curved in a direction transverse to said base,

the confronting surface of said slots engaging said support member adjacent its opposed edges when said support member is in the installed position to.

bias said support member into an arcuately curved configuration having a curvature conforming to the curvature of said slots to increase the rigidity thereof and enable the support of a film print thereon when applying a print coating thereto, and

each of said walls including an abutment means admeans on each of said walls and spaced from said base for engaging opposed edges of one or more film prints to support the same on said device in spaced relation from said base,

said means on each ofsaidwalls comprises at least one slot therein with a slot in one of said walls being aligned with respective slots in the other of said walls for receiving the opposed edges of a film print therein, t

a resilient, deformable support member extending between said walls having opposed edges removably mounted within said slots,

each of said slots being arcuately curved in a direction transverse to said base,

the confronting surface of said slots engaging said I support member adjacent its opposed edges when said support member is in the installed position to bias said support member into an arcuately curved configuration having a curvature conforming to the curvature of said slots to increase the rigidity thereof and enable the support of a film print thereon when applying a print coating thereto,

an alignment means carried adjacent the upper end of each of said walls for aligning an edge of a film print with a corresponding edge of the print backing,

said alignment means comprises at least one pair of oppositely aligned slots on said walls, and

each of said slots being deeper at one side than atthe other side when viewed in transverse crosssection, for aligning the respective edges of a film print and print backing in off-set relation with respect to one another.

8. A print holder device for film prints comprising,

a base,

a pair of oppositely disposed walls projecting upwardly fromsaid base,

one of said walls being pivotally mounted adjacent one end of said base adapted to close upon said base and the other of said walls being pivotally mounted adjacent the opposite end of said base being adapted to close upon said first mentioned wall for storing said device,

a support member,

means on each of said walls on one side of said pivotal connections for engaging the opposed edges of said support member,

abutment means on said walls on the opposite side of said pivotal connection for abuttingly engaging said base to limit movement of said walls in a member being defined by spaced, generally paral- I lel rail portions interconnected by spaced, generally parallel linearly extending portions,

said attachment means including elongated openings therein, and

said linearly extending portions are slidably disposed I within said openings to expose said rail portions on opposite sides of said base for attaching said device to an external support.

9. A print holder device for film prints comprising,

a base,

a pair of oppositely disposed walls projecting upwardly from said base,

one of said walls being pivotally mounted adjacent one end of said base adapted to close upon said abuttment means on each of said walls on the opposite side of said pivotal connection for abuttingly engaging the respective opposite ends of said base to limit movement of said walls in a direction away from one another,

said means on each of said walls comprises at least one slot therein with a slot in one of said walls being aligned with a respective slot in the other of said walls for receiving the opposed edges of the supportmember therein,

each of said slots being arcuately curved in a direction transverse to said base,

said support member extends between said walls and is slidably mounted within said slots,

said support member engages said walls adjacent. said one side of said walls for urging said walls apart from one another and biasing the opposite end of an attachment means came by said thereof and enable the support of a film print thereon when applying a print-coating thereto. I 10. A device'in accordance with claim 9, wherein each of said slots is closed at the end remote from said open end for limiting transverse movement of said support member and said film print in a direction away from said open end when applying print coating to said film print. 1 1. A device in accordance with claim 9, wherein each of said slots including retainer means adjacent the open ends thereof adapted to engage in adjacent' end of said film print upon sliding withdrawal of said support member from said slots to retain said film print within said slots. 12. A device in accordance with claim 9, including an alignment means carried adjacent the upper end of each of said walls for aligning an edge of a film print with a corresponding edge of a print backing. 13. A device in accordance with claim 9, including an attachment means carried by said base for mounting said device on an external support. 14. A device in accordance with claim 9, wherein v said means on each of said walls comprises a plurality 1 of slots arranged one above the other, and said slots in one of said walls being aligned with an opposite to the slots in the other of said walls for supporting a plurality of film prints in spaced, superposed relation for storage in said device.

15. A device in accordance ith claingg mgl ug ig g ing said device on an external support. r 16. A device in accordance with claim 9, wherein said one wall is spaced from said base in a collapsed position thereof, and said support member is slidably disposed within said space when storing said device. a:

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Classifications
U.S. Classification396/651, 206/454
International ClassificationG03D13/02, G03D15/00, G03D13/08, G03D15/06
Cooperative ClassificationG03D15/06, G03D13/08
European ClassificationG03D13/08, G03D15/06