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Publication numberUS3698548 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateOct 17, 1972
Filing dateJun 15, 1970
Priority dateJun 15, 1970
Publication numberUS 3698548 A, US 3698548A, US-A-3698548, US3698548 A, US3698548A
InventorsRobert N Stenzel, Donald W Stenzel
Original AssigneeRobert N Stenzel, Donald W Stenzel
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Box for dispensing flexible sheet material
US 3698548 A
Abstract
A box has front, back, top, bottom, and end walls arranged in a box-like configuration and contains a roll of sheet material, through which a spindle extends. The end walls of the box comprise several plies of paperboard material and some of these plies are provided with cutouts which form a cradle for the ends of the spindle. The top wall has a slot from which the sheet material is withdrawn, and this slot is positioned forwardly from the back wall of the box. A cutter blade projects upwardly beyond the top wall for cutting the sheet material after it is withdrawn from the slot.
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United States Patent Stenzel et al.

[ 51 Oct. 17,1972

[54] BOX FOR DISPENSING FLEXIBLE SHEET MATERIAL 22 Filed: June 15, 1970 21' Appl. No.: 46,067

[58] Field of Search ....206/52 R, 58; 229/17 S, 34 R, 229/33, 36, 44 R; 242/5553 [5 6] References Cited UNITED STATES PATENTS Linville ..229/33 X Mittendorf ..242/55.53 Branyon et a1. ..206/58 Primary Examiner-Joseph R. Leclair Assistant Examiner-Stephen P. Garbe Attorney-Gravely, Lieder & Woodruff [57] ABSTRACT A box has front, back, top, bottom, and end walls arranged in a box-like configuration and contains a roll of sheet material, through which a spindle extends. The end walls of the box comprise several plies of paperboard material and some of these plies are provided with cutouts which form a cradle for the ends of the spindle. The top wall has a slot from which the sheet material is withdrawn, and this slot is positioned forwardly from the back wall of the box. A cutter blade projects upwardly beyond the top wall for cutting the sheet material after it is withdrawn from the slot.

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SHEET 1 0r 3 FIG 3 IN YEN 71936. Paanww. Jrnvza P'A'TEN'TEDncI 11 1972 SHEET 3 BF 3 FIG 8 \MAAAAAM/I 0000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO BOX FOR DISPENSING FLEXIBLE SHEET MATERIAL BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION In the past, various types of cutter boxes formed from paperboard, corrugated fiber board, and similar materials have been provided for rolls of flexible sheet material. Such boxes requiring top loading as typified by Beschmann, US. Pat. No. 3,144,970, have presented difficulty in proper positioning of the roll of material and in replenishing new rolls to the box. Further, in the dispensing of the sheet material and tearing of the sheets at a desired length, problems have arisen in the provision of a cutter blade, which does not weaken or become deformed upon usage. Also, U.S. Pat. No. 3,l44,970 is limited as to choice of practical blades.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION One of the principal objects of the present invention is to provide a box for storing, protecting and dispensing sheet material wound into rolls. Another object is to provide a box which forms a journal for the roll of sheet material. A further object is to provide a box which is sturdy in construction and forms a complete closure about the roll. An additional object is to provide a one piece box blank which is easily converted into a box of the type stated without the need for outside fasteners, specialized tools or equipment. Still another object is to provide a box of the type stated which is attractive in appearance and economical to manufacture. These and other objects and advantages will become apparent hereinafter.

The present invention is embodied in a box having walls arranged in a box-like configuration. One of the walls is movable relative to others so as to expose the interior of the box and thereby allow for the insertion of a roll of sheet material in it. One of the walls has a slot through which the sheet material can be withdrawn from the box and this slot is positioned inwardly from the edges of the box. The invention also consists in the parts and in the arrangements and combinations of parts hereinafter described and claimed.

DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS For the purpose of illustration of this invention, there is shown in the accompanying drawings a preferred embodiment thereof. It is to be understood that these drawings are for the purpose of example only and that the invention is not limited thereto.

In the drawings:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the cutter box;

FIG. 2 is a sectional view on the line 2-2 of FIG. 1,

FIG. 3 is a fragmentary sectional view taken on the line 33 of FIG. 1 showing the right end of the box;

FIG. 4 is a sectional view taken on the line 44 of FIG. 1; 7

FIG. 5 is a fragmentary perspective view showing the affixation of a plastic cutter blade to the box;

FIG. 6 is a perspective view showing the box in opened position with a roll of film in dotted lines;

FIG. 7 is a plan view of the box blank;

FIG. 8 is a sectional view taken along the line 8-8 of FIG. 1;

FIG. 9 is an elevational view of a modified cutter member forming part of the present invention;

FIG. 10 is a perspective view of the box showing the modified cutter member folded over onto the top wall; and

FIG. 11 is a sectional view taken along line 1 1-11 of FIG. 10, but showing the modified cutter member installed in a cutting position.

DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION Referring now to the drawings, the cutter box is generally indicated by the reference numeral 10 and is comprised of a top portion 12 and a bottom portion 14, which are hingeable at the rear to open in the form of a jaw as shown in FIG. 6. The cutter box receives a roll of film or other sheet material 16 (FIG. 6) wound about a hollow core 18. Extending through the core 18 and forming a journal therefor is a spindle 19 (FIG. 8), the ends of which are received in and confined by arcuate sockets 20-and 22 formed in the top and bottom portions 12 and 14 of the box 10. A slot 24 in the top portion 12 of the box 10 receives a web of film 16 or like material as it is withdrawn from the roll. A cutter blade 26, which may be plastic, is positioned at a front slot 28 in the top 12 for tearing or cutting the extended sheet 16 as it is depressed over the cutter blade 26.

The box 10 is folded from the one-piece corrugated paperboard blank shown in FIG. 7. As there shown, it is comprised of a lower-front panel 30 provided with a slot 32 and a tab 34. End tabs 36 and 38 are connected to the panel 30 by fold lines and are provided with semicircular cutouts 40 and 41 which form part of the sockets 22 or journal structure, as will be further described. A bottom panel 42 having tab-retaining grooves 43 at its ends is connected to the lower-front panel member 30 and is provided with hinged end members 44 and 46. These members 44 and 46 in turn are connected to shallow members 48 and 50, respectively which are connected to end members 52 and 54. At their ends positioned closest to the tabs 36 and 38 the shallow members 48 and 50 terminate at rectangular cutouts 51. End tabs 55 are provided on the end members 52 and 54 to lock in the retaining grooves 43 of the bottom panel 42 (FIGS. 2 and 8). The end members 52 and 54 both contain semicircular cutouts 56, which form further supporting portions of the sockets 22 or journal structure. Extending into the cutouts 56 from the end members 44 and 46 are spindle retainer tabs 58.

Connected to the bottom panel 42 by a fold line is a lower-rear panel 60 with an upper-rear panel 62 with a score or hinge line therebetween. An end flap 64 is connected by a fold line to the lower-rear panel 60 and has a semicircular cutout 66 forming a further portion of the socket 22 or journal structure. Likewise, an opposite end flap 68 is provided at the opposite end of the lower-rear panel 60, and it too has a semicircular cutout 70. An end panel 72 with a semicircular cutout 74 is provided at one end of the upper-rear panel 62, while an opposite end panel 76 provided with a semicircular cutout 78 completes the panel end members which form the socket 22.

Connected to the upper-rear panel 62 is a top panel 80 having tab-retaining grooves 81 at its ends. This panel is similar in construction to the bottom panel 42 and is provided with an end panel member 82 connected by a shallow panel member 84 to a panel member 86 having a semicircular cutout 88. Similarly the opposite end of the top panel 80 is provided with an end panel member 90 connected to a shallow panel member 92 and an end member 94 having a semicircular cutout 96. End tabs 97 are provided on the end members 86 and 94 to lock in the retaining grooves 81 (FIGS. 2 and 8). Finger holes 98 are formed at the sides of the top panel 80 forwardly of the slot 24 in order that the edges of the film 16 may be more easily grasped and drawn away from the box 10.

Connected to the top panel 80 is a top-front panel member 100 having a front tuck flap 102 provided with angled and notched lock tabs 103 which are adapted to lock in the slot 32. An end member 104 is connected to the end of the top-front panel member 100 and is provided with a semicircular cutout 106. At the opposite end of the top-front panel member 100 there is provided another end member 108 having a semicircular cutout 1 10.

When the top-front panel member 100 is folded at right angles to the adjoining top panel 80, the former projects slightly above the latter for a substantial distance along the box 2 to form a lip l 12 (FIG. 2).

The cutter 26 (FIG. is comprised of an elongated base 122 having a plurality of pyramidal teeth 124 projecting therefrom. A sloping shoulder 126 merges into the back of the pyramidal teeth 124 so that there are no sharp surface changes that might cause breaking. This configuration also facilitates handling of the cutter blade 26 inasmuch as it obviates sharp corners and the like. The elongated base of the cutter 26 possesses an inverted U-shaped configuration and is provided with a first support shoulder or upper shoulder 128, which is formed at right angles to the back 130 of the cutter blade, defining the upper portion of a slot 132 between legs 134 and 136. The bottom of the cutter blade leg 134 serves to define a second shoulder 136, which is formed by a right-angled surface to the back 130 of the cutter blade and the front portion 140.

The cutter 26 is best shown in FIG. 5 in its assembled position upon the lip 112 on the front panel 100 at the top of the box. The upper shoulder 128 rests upon the top edge of the lip 1 12. This squared relationship serves to corner the cutter 26 upon the lip 112, and, by suitable cement or glue, the legs 134 and 136 of the cutter 26 are'securely attached thereto.

ERECTION OF THE BOX The box is erected by placing the bottom panel 42 on a flat surface and folding the lower-rear panel member 60 to a vertical position. At the same time the end flaps 64 and 68 are folded inwardly so that they are also positioned perpendicular to the bottom panel 42. Then the lower-front panel 30 is erected to the vertical position, and the end tabs 36 and 38 are folded inwardly to and overlie the outside surfaces on the end flaps 64 and 68 of the lower-rear panel 60. Next the end members 44 and 46 on the bottom panel section 42 are brought up against outwardly presented surfaces of the tabs 36jand 38 and the end members 52 and 54 are folded over the top edges of the overlying tabs 36 and 38 and flaps 62 and 64 and against the inwardly presented faces of the flaps 62 and 64. When the members 44 and 52 and the members 46 and 54 are so folded the cutouts 51 form recesses 142 (FIG. 6) adjacent to the lower-front panel 30. The protruding tabs 55 on the end members 52 and 54 are then tucked into the retainer grooves 43 provided in the bottom panel 42 to hold the end members 52 and 54 and likewise the flaps 64 and 68, the tabs 36 and 38, and the hinged end members 44 and 46 all in place (FIGS. 2 and 8). The semicircular cutouts 40, 56, and 66 at one end of the box 10 come into registry as do the semicircular cutouts 41, 56 and 70 at the opposite end and form the cradle-like sockets 22 for the ends of the spindle 19. The tab 34 is then bent over into the recesses 142, and this opens the slot 32.

The top portion 12 of the box is erected in a similar fashion. Thus, the end members 72 and 76 of the top of the upper-rear panel 62 are folded inwardly while contemporaneously the top panel 80 is bent perpendicularly to them and to the panel member 62. Thereafter the top-front panel member 100 is folded perpendicularly to the top panel 80 and the end members 104 and 108 on the top-front panel member 100 are brought against the outwardly presented surfaces of the end members 72 and 76. Then the end members 82 and on the top panel member 80 are folded against the end members 104 and 108, and subsequently the panel members 86 and 94 are folded over and brought against the inwardly presented surfaces of the end panels 72 and 76. To retain the panel members 86 and 94 in place the protruding tabs 87 are inserted in the retaining grooves 81 in the top panel 80 (FIGS. 2 and 3). This completes the erection of the box.

To prevent the tabs 55 and 97 from tearing the bottom and top panels 42 and 80 as they enter the grooves 43 and 81, as well as to prevent those tabs from bending excessively, short slits 144 are provided in the panels 42 and 80 and these slits lead up to the inner corners of the grooves 43 and 81 as well as diagonally up to the corners of the panels 42 and 80 themselves. These slits 144 provide a limited amount of give in the panels 42 and 80.

Closure is simply effected by merely bending over the top of the box such that the tab 102 nests inside the slot 32 of the lower front panel. The retainer tabs 58 formed in the end members 82 and 90 fit into the sockets 20 in the top portion 12 of the box and aid in the closure to provide a rigid box structure.

The cutter 26 is best shown in FIGS. 1, 2 and 5. It is simply connected to the lip 112 by fitting the inverted U-shaped base 120 over the lip 112 such that the shoulder 128 abuts against the edge of the lip 112. The blade member 26 may be cemented to the lip 1 12.

From the foregoing it is apparent that the blank of FIG. 7 is folded into a box in which the top panel 80 forms a top wall, the bottom panel 42 forms a bottom wall, the lower-front panel 30 and top-front panel form a front wall, the lower-rear panel 60 and upperrear panel 62 form a hinged rear wall, the overlying elements 38, 68, 46, 54 plus the overlying elements 76, 90, 96, 108 form one end wall, and the overlying elements 36, 44, 52, 64 and the overlying elements 72, 82, 86 and 104 form the opposite end wall. The foregoing erection may be done by hand without the use of any outside fasteners, specialized tools or equipment.

OPERATION The cutter box assembly is very simply employed by operators without any requirement and any special training. The roll of film 16 is simply inserted in the opened jaws of the box, as shown in FIG. 6 and the ends of the spindle 19 are guided into the cradle-like sockets 20 formed in the bottom portion 14 by the semicircular cutouts 40, 56 and 66 and the cutouts 41, 56, and 70. This positions the roll centrally within the box 10, so that it is easily rotated therein without encountering significant resistance from any of the walls of the box 10. The end of the sheet material 16 is then fed through the slot 24 formed in the top panel 80 of the box as appears in FIG. 1, and the upper portion 12 of the box is closed against the lower portion 14 with the tab 102 fitting inside the slot 32 and the notched tabs 103 locking to the tab 34 at the end of the slot 32. To dispense the sheet material 16, its end is withdrawn to a desired length over the upstanding cutter member 26 and brought down against the teeth 124 which will sever the same.

When the roll of sheet material 16 has been exhausted, the box is simply opened again to the position shown in FIG. 6 and a new roll of sheet material 16 is installed on the spindle 19 and is inserted into the bottom portion 14. Since the entire interior of the box 10 is readily viewable, insertion and removal and threading of the film through the box is easily accomplished.

MODIFIED CUTTER In lieu of the cutter 26, the box 10 may be provided with a modified cutter 150 (FIGS. 9-11) comprising a paperboard mount 152 having a metal blade 154 staked or otherwise attached to its upper end. The blade 154 has a series of teeth 156 which project upwardly beyond the upper edge of the mount 152. The mount 152 fits into the slot 28 in the top portion 12 of the box and extends downwardly therefrom through the slot 32 in the tab 34. The mount 152 is provided with a partial slit line 158 which parallels the blade 152 and forms a hinge.

When the box 2 is shipped or stored, the mount 152 is positioned with its partial slit line 158 at the slot 28 and its upper half folded over onto the top panel 811 of the top portion 12 (FIG. 11). When so positioned the teeth 156 will lie against the top panel where they cannot snag clothing or other objects. The lower end of the mount 152 still remains in the slot 32 of the bottom portion 14.

To use the cutter 150, the upper portion of the mount 152 is folded to a vertical position wherein its upper and lower portions are planar. Once the mount 152 assumes a planar condition, the entire mount 152 is pushed downwardly through the slots 28 and 32 until the lower edge of the mount 152 rests upon the bottom panel 42 of the bottom portion 14 (FIG. 10). In this connection, it should be noted that the vertical dimension of the mount 152 slightly exceeds the height of the remaining portions of the box 2, that is the combined heights of the lower and top front panels 311 and 100, so that the teeth 156 project slightly above the top panel 80.

This invention is intended to cover all changes and modifications of the example of the invention herein chosen for purposes of the disclosure which do not constitute departures from the spirit and scope of the invention.

What is claimed is:

l. A dispenser box for dispensing flexible sheet material from a roll of said material receivable within said box, the dispenser box being made from a blank of corrugated paperboard or the like and the roll having a spindle extending through it; said box comprising front, rear, top, and bottom panel members closed by multiply ends, the dispenser box being longitudinally hinged along the rear panel member for dividing the box into top and bottom portions which may be moved from an open position wherein the roll may be fitted into the box to a closed position wherein the roll is confined in the box, the front panel member and the ends being formed in separate upper sections connected in the top portion and separate lower sections connected in the bottom portion, the top panel member having a slot spaced forwardly from the rear panel member for enabling withdrawal of the sheet material from the box; said bottom portion comprising the lower front panel, the bottom panel and the lower part of the rear panel, said lower-front and rear panels each having an end flap provided with a cutout, the bottom panel having at its opposite ends end members hinged at a medial section to define inner and outer sections, the outer section having a cutout adapted to register with the cutouts in the end flaps when the end flaps are closed together in nested relation in the assembly of the box with the hinged end members being adapted to be bent over the end flaps to enclose them to define a four-ply thickness for the assembled ends, the inner three plys of which are provided with the cutouts which register to define a cradle for receiving the spindle extending through the roll of material, the top portion of the box comprising the upper front panel, the top panel and the upper part of the rear panel, said upper front and rear panels each having end flaps provided with cutouts, the top panel having at its opposite end end members hinged at a medial section to define inner and outer sections, the outer section having a cutout adapted to register with aforementioned cutouts in the end flaps when the end flaps are closed together in nested relation in the assembly of the box with the hinged end members being adapted to be bent over the end flap to enclose them to define a four-ply thickness for the assembled ends, the cutouts in the inner three plys registering for reception of the spindle.

2. The dispenser box of claim 1 in which the lower front panel has a hinged section adapted to be bent over the ends of the box and a slot extending along the hinge line to a point adjacent the end of the panel, said slot receiving a tab provided at the lower portion of the upper front panel.

3. The dispenser box of claim 2 in which the tab has cam means at its ends and notch means whereby the tab can be forced into engagement with the end of the slot in the lower front panel and locked by engagement of the notch means with the end of the slot.

4. A box for containing a roll of sheet material; said box comprising top, bottom, front, rear and end walls arranged in a box-like configuration, at least one of the walls being movable relative to the other walls to expose the interior of the box for insertion of the roll of sheet material therein, and a spindle extending through the roll of sheet material from one end wall to the other end wall, the end walls being formed from a plurality of plies, at least some of which are provided with cutouts which form a cradle for the ends of the spindle so that the roll is supported for rotation within the box by the end walls, the top wall having a slot which extends parallel to the axis of the roll and is slightly wider than the sheet material is wide so that the sheet material can be withdrawn from the interior of the box, the top wall further having finger holes which are positioned such that the sides of the sheet material pass over them after the sheet material emerges from the slot, so that the user may easily place his fingers beneath the sides of the sheet material and grasp that material.

5. A box according to claim 4 wherein the sheet material is wound about a hollow core, and wherein the spindle extends through the core and forms a journal therefor.

6. A box according to claim 4 wherein the finger holes are located adjacent to the ends of the slot and the slot is positioned between and spaced from both the front and rear walls.

7. A box for containing a roll of sheet material; said box comprising top, bottom, front, rear and end walls arranged in a box-like configuration, the box being longitudinally hinged along the rear wall to form top and bottom box portions which are movable relative to each other to expose the interior of the box for insertion of the roll of sheet material therein, and a spindle extending through the roll of sheet material from one end wall to the other end wall, the end walls comprising upper and lower multiply sections forming part of the top and bottom portions of the box, respectively, the end walls further being formed from a plurality of plies, at least some of which in the lower end wall sections are provided with cutouts which form a cradle for the ends of the spindle so that the roll is supported for rotation within the box by the end walls, the front wall being divided into upper and lower panels which are on the top and bottom box portions, respectively, one of the front wall panels having a first tab hinged to it, the first tab having a slot extending adjacent to the panel to which that tab is hinged, the other front wall panel having a second tab which is positioned to align with and is sized to snugly fit into the slot of the first tab, to provide locking means for holding the top and bottom portions of the box together in a closed position, the topwall having a first slot located forwardly from the rear wall so that the sheet material can be withdrawn from the interior of the box.

8. A box for containing a roll of sheet material, said box comprising top, bottom, front, rear and end walls arranged in a box-like configuration, at least one of the walls being movable relative to the other walls to expose the interior of the box for insertion of the roll of sheet material therein, and a spindle extending through the roll of sheet material from one end wall to the other end wall, the end walls comprising upper and lower multiply sections forming part of the top and bottom box portions respectively, each end wall of the lower box portion comprising a first member foldably connected to the rear wall, a second member foldably connected to the front wall and positioned against the first member, a third member foldably connected to the bottom wall and folded up' and presented outwardly from the first and second members, and a fourth member foldably connected to the third member and folded over the up er edges of the first and second members and into he interior of the box so that the first and second members are interposed between the third and fourth members, the bottom wall adjacent to the third member being provided with a groove, and the fourth member being provided with a tab which fits into the groove and holds the fourth member in an upstanding position relative to the bottom wall, at least some of the members being provided with cutouts which form a cradle for the ends of the spindle so that the roll is supported for rotation within the box by the end walls, the top wall having a first slot located forwardly from the rear wall so that the sheet material can be withdrawn from the interior of the box.

9. A box for containing a roll of sheet material; said box comprising top, bottom, front, rear and end walls arranged in a box-like configuration, at least one of the walls being movable relative to the other walls to ex pose the interior of the box for insertion of the roll of sheet material therein, and a spindle extending through the roll of sheet material from one end wall to the other end wall, the end walls comprising upper and lower multiply sections, each end wall of the lower box portion comprising a first member foldably connected to the rear wall, a second member foldably connected to the front wall and positioned against the first member, a third member foldably connected to the bottom wall and folded up and presented outwardly from the first and second members, and a fourth member foldably connected to the third member and folded over the upper edges of the first and second members and into the interior of the box so that the first and second members are interposed between the third and fourth members, the first, second, and fourth members being provided with cutouts which form a cradle for the ends of the spindle so that the roll is supported for rotation within the box by the end walls, the top wall having a first slot located forwardly from the rear wall so that the sheet material can be withdrawn from the interior of the box.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification242/588.4, 229/920, 229/160, 229/146, 229/193, 225/48, 242/598.6, 229/178, 242/588.6, 229/150
International ClassificationB65D83/08, B65D85/672
Cooperative ClassificationY10S229/92, B65D85/672, B65D83/0882
European ClassificationB65D83/08D1D, B65D85/672