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Publication numberUS939005 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateNov 2, 1909
Filing dateJan 19, 1909
Priority dateJan 19, 1909
Publication numberUS 939005 A, US 939005A, US-A-939005, US939005 A, US939005A
InventorsFrederick W Goedeke
Original AssigneeFrederick W Goedeke
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Corner-iron for baskets, boxes, &c.
US 939005 A
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Patented N0v.2, 1909.

Fade/1M UNITED STA ES i PATENT orn on.



Specification of Letters Patent. Patented Nov. 2, 1909.

- Application filed January 19, 1909. Serial No. 473,037.

adapted to be bent longitudinally on the Be it known that I, FREDERICK W. GoED- line 22 to arrange the oblong body pormus, a citizen of the United States, residing tion in a vertical position and the extenat Evansville, in the county of Vanderburg sions 3 and 3' in a horizontal plane to form 5 and State of Indiana, have invented a new bottom plies or webs. The longer extension and useful Corner-Iron for Baskets, Boxes, is depressed or bent downward below the &c., of which the following is a specification. plane of the shorter extension to permit of The invention relates to improvements in the bending of the body portion'to arrange corner irons for bread and laundry baskets, it in angular shape. The depression or boxps, etc. bending of the longer extension shortens the The object of the present invention is to same so that the ends of the extensions are improve the construction of corner irons for flush 1n the completed article. The body bread and laundry baskets, boxes, 'etc., and portlon 1s then bent transverselyalong the to provide a simple, inexpensive and efiiline -1l to form side Walls or wings 5 and cient corner iron of great strength and duto verl p nd arrange the bottom portions rability, adapted to be readily. stamped from 1 piles one above the other. The Whigs 5 a single piece of sheet metal and folded to are-arranged at right angles to each other form angularly related sides and a double to fit the Come! a bread laundry i f d b tt ket, box, or the llke, and the two plies or \Vith these and other objects in view, the Webs l ll e a reinforced bottom, and invention consists in the construction and the upp 0118 18 adapted t0 fit against the novel bi ti d arrangement f bottom of the basket or box, or other recepparts hereinafter fully described, illustacle, t0 Whleh the Corneriron is applied.

trated in the accompanying drawing and The angularly related sides or wings are pointed out in the claims hereto appended; extended beyond the bottom plies or portions it being understood that various changes in 3 and 3 and are preferably tapered, asthe form, proportion, size and minor details shown, to form substantially semi-elliptical of construction, within the scope of the terminal portions. The blank is pierced at claims, may be resorted to without departsultable pomts to provide perforations (S ing from the spirit or sacrificing any of the for he reception of suitable fastening deadvantag of th inv nti vices for securing the corner iron to a basket In the drawing :Figure l is a plan view bOX- of the sheet metal blank before the same is The plies or portions 3 and 3 of the botfolded. Fig. 2 is a perspective view, shoW- tom of the corner iron are provided with ing the blank after it has received the first cent-rally arranged, depressed bosses 7 of or longitudinal bend. Fig. 3 is a perspecsubstantially concave-convex form, adapted tive view of a completed corner iron, conto interfit and, thereby, interlock the bottom structed in accordance with this invention. ortions or plies together, as illustrated in Fig. l is a vertical sectional view of the Fig. at of the drawing. The interfitting desame. pressed bosses are ada ted to present a Like numerals of reference designate corsmooth, rounded, lower face to the supportresponding parts in all the figures of the ing surface, and elevate the horizontal botdrawing. tom of the corner iron above the supporting l designates a blank stamped from a surface, and, thereby, enable a basket or box single piece of sheet metal, and consisting to be moved or drawn over rough surfaces of a substantially oblong body portion and without catching thereon. The triangular approximately triangular extensions 3 and bottom webs or portions are provided with 3 of unequal length, located centrally of perforations 8, which are adapted to regisone side of the bod portion, as clearly illuster after the parts are folded and the registrated in Fig. 1 o the drawing. The long tering perforations receive rivets 9, or other triangular extension 8* projects beyond the suitable fastening devices, which secure the other triangular extension 3, as clearly illusplies or portions of the bottom together, and, trated at 3* in Fig. 1 of the drawing before thereby, retain the sheet metal in its folded the blank is folded, but the extensions are condition. The rivets 9 are also provided, brought into flush relation by the folding, at their lower ends, with enlarged, rounded as hereinafter explained. The blank is To all whom it may concern:

heads adapted to rest upon the supporting bosses 7 to assist in supporting the corner Y iron.

The blank is out by stamping, or otherwise,- in the form illustrated in Fig. 1 of the drawing, and it is split to separate the bottom portions, and is also punched before the sheet metal is iven its first fold. Prior to imparting to t e sheet metal its second or transverse bend or fold, the bottom portions or plies 3 and 3 are bent slightly to arrange them in different vertical planes, so that they will clear and slide over each other in making the final bend or fold along the line 4-4. The depressions or bosses 7 are formed in the double or reinforced bottom of the corner iron after the same is folded to form the angularly related sides and to arrange the said bottom portions or plies in their overlapped relations. 1

l Iaving thus fully described my invention, what-l claim as new and desire to secure by Letters Patent, is:

l. A corner iron for baskets, boxes, etc., stamped from a single piece of sheet metal and consisting of a substantially oblong body portion, and approximately triangular extensions projecting at right angles from one side of the body portion between the ends thereof, said body portion being extended beyond the triangular extensions and having perforations for the attachment of the corner iron, and folded longitudinally along the inner margins of the triangular extensions to arrange the latter horizontally and I the body portion vertically, and also folded centrally at right angles to the lon itudinal fold to form two sides or Wings an to overlap the triangular extensions forming a reinforced bottom of two plies or thicknesses, the said triangular extensions being provided with depressed interfitting bosses and having registering perforations, and fastening devices arranged in the said perforations and securing the plies or thicknesses of the bottom together.

2. A corner iron for baskets, boxes, etc., stamped from a single piece of sheet metal and consisting of a substantially oblong body portion, and approximately triangular extensions of unequal length projecting centrally from one side of the body portion, said body portion being extended beyond the triangularextensions to provide attaching portions, and folded longitudinally along the inner margins of the triangular extensions to arrange the latter horizontally and the body portion vertically, and also folded centrally at right angles to the longitudinal fold to form two sides or wings and to overlap the triangular extensions forming therewith a reinforced bottom of two plies or th1cknesses, the longer triangular extension being depressed and arranged beneath the shorter extension, and the said extensions being provided with registering perforations, and fastening devices passing through the said perforations and securing the plies or thickness of the bottom together.

In testimony, that I claim the foregoing as my own, I have hereto affixed my signature in the presence of two witnesses.



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Cooperative ClassificationB65D9/34