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Publication numberUS999210 A
Publication typeGrant
Publication dateAug 1, 1911
Filing dateDec 29, 1906
Priority dateDec 29, 1906
Publication numberUS 999210 A, US 999210A, US-A-999210, US999210 A, US999210A
InventorsCharles H J Dilg, Jonathan O Fowler
Original AssigneeGranulator Soap Company
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Cake of soap.
US 999210 A
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G. H. J. DILG & J. O. FOWLER.

CAKE 0P SOAP.

APPLICATION FILED 1130.29, 1906.

999,210. Pat nted Au 1,1911.

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Specification of Letters Patent.

CORPORATION OF NEW YORK.

' CAKE or soar.

Patented Aug. 1, 1911.

Application filed December :29, 1906. Serial No. 350,065.

To all whom it may concern:

Be it known that we, CHARLES H. J.-DILG and JONATHAN O. FOWLER, citizens of the United States of America, and residents of in the county and State of New York, have invented a certain new and useful Cake of Soap, of which the following is a specification, the same being a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in th art to which it appert-ains to make and use the same. v

This invention relates to cakes of soap adapted to be used in soap shaving machines by means of which cakes of soap may be disintegrated and furnished for use in the form of fine shavings or in a comminuted condition, and ithas for its object the production of a cake of soap that may be used in the desired manner.

With this object in view the invention consists in certain novel features of con struction and arrangement of parts, all of which will he hereinafter described and specifically pointed out in the drawings which accompany and form a part of this specification, and in which- Figure 1 represents a side elevation of two adjacent cakes of soap, and Fig. 2 is a view in section of two cakes of soap engaged together and having a superimposedweight shown in connection with the same.

Like letters of reference indicate like parts in all the views.

Referring particularly to the drawings F denotes ca es of soap each one of which is provided a one end with means to engage with the weight E of the inclosing casing, so as to interlock the cake of soap at that end with the said weight, and is provided at the other end with means to engage another cake of soap so as to interlock the said two cakes of soap. In the particular form of the invention shown in the drawings each cake of soap is provided atone end with the square projecting portion 7, and at the other end with a corresponding recess 7'. In this particular form of the invention the cadre of soap is provided with additional interlocking means, namely, the inclined faceor shoulder f at the upper end and the inclined face 7 at the lower end. The lower end of the weight E is also proare used in tr machine in which the vided with inclined faces similar to F. As a result of this construction the upper end of one of these cakes of soap is adapted to be inserted in the lower end of the weight i rotation, or so as to rotate together, if they soap is rotated. By this means, also, soap can be locked to the superimposed weight, if such a weight is used. It will be seen that such a cake of soap has a portion thereof adapted without deformation to detachably interlock with a corresponding por-- tion of a second or adjoinmg cake. When the complete invention is, employed both ends of the cake of soap are provided with such interlocking means one form of which is clearly shown in the drawing.

One end, preferably the lower end, of the inclosing casing may he provided with a? suitable cutting device consisting of a series of scraping, shaving or cutting devices, or granulating means v The interior of the casing may be pro vided with means for tion of the weight and the soap, as a verticalpart or spline'registering and engaging with the groove or recess F of the soap cake F. The soap cakes may also have a central opening or bore in the same to allow the insertion therein of the spindle or shank of the preferably rotary cutter contained-in the casing.

As it is evidentthat many.changes in the construction, form, proportion and relative the cakes of preventing the rotaarrangement of parts might be resorted to without departing from the spirit and scope of our invention, we would have it understood that we do not restrict ourselves to the particular construction and arrangementof parts shown and described, but that such changes and equivalents might be substituted therefor, and that What we claim as our invention is 1. A cake of soap.adapt-ed for use in a soap shaving machine and formed with projecting engaging 'means on a face thereof adapted without deformation of either cake to detachably interlock with another cake of soap.

2. A cake of soap formed with projecting interlocking means at each end, and having a sloping portion in the face of'the same inclined upwardly from the edge thereof toward the center or. axis of the same, and adapted, without deformation,

, each end, and having a slo ing portion in:

each face of the same inc ined upwardly from the edge thereof toward the center or axis of thecake, and adapted, Without deformation, detachably to engage a coacting part one second cake to retain the cake in position during the process of cutting.

4. A. cake of soap adapted for use in a soap shaving machine, having an end thereof adapted without deformation detachably to interlock with an end of a second cake to retain the cake in position during the process of cutting.

5. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap-shaving machine, having an abutting wall formed at one end thereof and adapted to engage a corresponding wall on an end of a second cake to retain the cake in position during the process of cutting, said cakes being freely separable. I

6. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap-shaving machine, having a. plurality of abutting walls formed at one end thereof and adapted to engage corresponding'walls on a second cake to retain the cake in position during the process of cutting, said cakes being freely separable.

7. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap-shaving machine, having a plurality of angularly arranged extending walls adapted to engage coacting walls on. asecond cake-i0 retain the cake in position during the process of cutting. I

8. A cake of soap adapted for wise in a soap-shaving machine, having a central I opening and an inclined surfaceand a plurality of angular surfaces separated by an abutting wall adapted, without deforma tion, dctachably to engage coacting parts on a second cake to retain the cake in. position during the process of cutting.

9. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap-shaving machine, having a plurality of surfaces separated by an abutting wall and adapted to interlock with corresponding surfaces of a second cake to retain the cake in position during the process of cutting, said cakes being freely separable.

10. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap-shaving machine, having an inclined surface and a plurality of angularly' arranged walls adapted to interlock with cosaid cake ein acting surfaces of a second. cake to retain thecake in position during the process of cutting.

11. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap-shaving machine, having a central opening therein providing for the use of a spindle o crating the cutter, a portion of adapted to enga e a retaining member of said machine an a portion thereof adapted to interlock with a corresponding portion of a; second cake of soap to hold the cake in position during the process of cutting.

12. A cake of soapildapted for use in a soap-dispensing machine having means adapted without deformation detacliably to engage a second cake to revent relative movement between the ca es during the operation 0f the machine.

13. A cakeof soap adapted for use in a soap-dispensing machine provided with a progection adapted to engage with a second cake to prevent relative movement between the cakes during the operation of the ma chine, said cakes being freely connectible and separable.

14. A cake of soap vada ted for use in a dispensing-machine provi ed with an irregularity on one surface thereof-adapted .to interfit with a corresponding irregularity upon the surface of a secondcake to prevent relative movement between the cakes during the operation of the machine, said cakes being freely connectible and separable.

15. A cake of soap adapted for use in a dispensing-machine provided with a plurality of independentabutments adapted 'detachably to engage with corresponding abutments upon a second cake during the operation of the machine. W

16. A cake of soap adapted for use in a dispensing machine having a depression in. the surface thereof adapted to be engaged by a projection upon a second cake to prevent relative movement between said cakes during the operation of the machine, said cakes being freely connectible and separable.

17. A cake of'soap adapted for use in a sonp-dispensing machine provided with a plurality of abutments and an inclined sure face, said abutn'lents being adapted detachably to engage with. coacting parts upon a second cake during the operation of the machine, said cakes being freely connectibleand separable.

18. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap shaving machine and formed with projecting engaging means on a face thereof adapted without deformation to detachably interlock with another article, the said cake also having an opening therethrough.

19. A cake of soap adapted for use in a soap shaving machine and formed with projecting engagiiig means on two opposite sides thereof adapted without deformation to detabhably interlock with other contigu- 011s articles, the said cake also having an openin therethrough.

20. cake of soap adapted for use in a soap shaving machine and formed with.en-

T gaging means on the opposite ends thereof adapted Without deformation to detachably interlock with other contiguous articles.

IntESiGImOZQy of the foregoing s pecifica- CHARLES H. J. DILG'. Jmm'mm Er). I Witnesses:

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Classifications
Cooperative ClassificationA47K5/09