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April 18, 1950 s. WALLACH 2,504,940 ' TOY LOOM Filed July 24, 1947 _ \z/l‘ ii ; " ' | I = W INVENTOR.‘ SFIMUEL WHLLFICH w gaaééwgmmmm F!’ T TORN E Y6 Patented Apr. 18,: "1950 2,504,940 umrro s'rArss PATENT OFFICE Samuel wallaclingiilew York, N. Y., assignor to Walco BeadCo. Inc., New York, N. Y. Application _ ("y 24, 194?,Serial No. 763,397 '1 Glaims. (Cl. 139-34) 1 be used and any means for keeping the longi The’invention relates to a toy loom which may be used for hand weaving, particularly the weav ing of beaded bands and the like which may be made into various articles such as belts, bags, purses and like items. The purpose of the loom The spacer bar particularly shown is held against ' rotation by the socket It being of irregular shape and'the ends of the spacer bars being of like is vto hold longitudinally extending threads in _ tudinally extending threads T in spaced relation. spaced relation while threading beads thereon in The means shown for retaining thelon gitudinally extending threads T in spaced relation shape. may be a plurality of grooves 20 therein into known manner to form a beaded band or other product. which the threads T are received. The spacing may be any dimension desired, but for ordinary bead work they would be about 1/16 inch apart. . It is an object of the invention to construct a hand loom having a pair of side members or frames which are identical and therefore requires merely one die to produce both side frames of the loom. The recess l8 preferably is of the same shape as the spacer bar I 9 which is shown as a half round bar so that the bar is ?xed against rotation there j Another object of the invention is to construct 15 in merely by insertion in the socket or recess. va. loom which is capable of being made into any desired width merely by using longer or shorter spacing bars, bolts and spools or one or more With a bar having grooves only upon one portion spools. plished by the sockets. It is not essential that the spacer bar be of irregular shape in which case it is not essential that it be ?xed against rotation. The spacer bar 23 of Figure 4 is not ?xed against rotation and hence the thread spac ing grooves 24 must take this into account and pass around the complete circumference. The ' of the surface thereof it is desirable to have the bars retained in proper position which is accom - Other objects of the invention will be more ‘apparent from the following description when taken in connection with the accompanying ‘drawing illustrating the preferred construction of the loom in which: ' Figure 1 is a plan view of the loom with the ‘ends of the longitudinal threads secured to one ‘spool and extending over two spacer bars to an other spool around which the threads of desired length are wound. A short section of beads are 25 bar in such case preferably would be circular so that rotation of the bar would be feasible. The ?xed type of spacer bar however is preferred. In assembling the loom the spacer bars l9 are "shown threaded thereon. v 30 inserted in their respective recess 0r socket l8, ‘ ‘' Figure 2 is a side view of the loom of Figurel. a roller I5 is placed in alignment with the holes ‘ Figure 3 is an end view of the 100111. v I IZ'in the frame and the bolt 13 is projected Figure 4 is a partial view of the loom showing through the holes in the frame and the roller and the nut I4 is threaded upon the bolt. Tighten a rotatable spacer bar. The hand loom is constructed of a pair of side do bl. ing of the nut 14 clamps the roller between the side- frames against rotation and also rigidly members or frames H] which are identical so clamps the entire loom together. ‘that only one form is needed andv two thereof are used in constructing the loom. With the two A series of longitudinally extending threads T side frames which are identical a single die may may then be secured to the roller l5 in any suit be utilized to mold the side frame or frames of 40 able fashion such as by a thumb-tack 2|, the suitable molding material such as ‘plastic. Each number of threads corresponding with the width side frame has spaced upwardly extending arms of the beaded or loomed material desired. The all’ which preferably incline inwardly towards threads are made long enough for the length of ‘each other. The side frame has a recess or open material or beaded belt desired and the other ends ing, shown as a hole l2 through the side frame, 45 are tied to the thumb-tack on the other roller. through which a bolt l3 extends andviipon which Each thread is placed in a groove 20 of the spacer ‘is carried a nut H. A roller I5 is mounted upon bar and the excess length of thread is rolled up the bolt. The roller forms a spacergjfor main upon one of the rollers. The nuts H are then 'taining the two side arms in spaced Zrelation as tightened so that the threads are held taut and well as a roll upon which longitudinally extend 50 the frame is locked or clamped together rigidly. ing threads or a ?nished bead band may be The beads are then threaded upon the longi wound. tudinally extending threads in known manner At the upper end of each arm It is a spacer until the length between the spacer bars l9, I9 is ?lled, whereupon the nuts M are unloosened bar recess or socket [8 which receives the end _ of a spacer bar I 9. Any form of spacer bar may to and one spool is wound up to wind the beaded 2,504,940 4 material thereon and the other spool is unwound to provide additional longitudinally extending threads for continuing the weaving or head looming. The invention is presented to ?ll a need for improvements in a loom. It is understood that various modi?cations in structure, as well as changes in mode of operation, assembly and spaced relation, a spool mounted at each end of the loom with its ends engaging the side frames and spaced from the spacer bars, and means to clamp the side frames together against the ends of the spools in spaced relation. 5. A, hand or bead loom comprising a pair of separate side frames, each side frame having a pair of spaced upwardly extending arms, a socket in? each? arm, ‘each side .=-frame" bein'gtlla‘i duplicate manner of use; may and‘oftenfdo occurto those skilled in thev art, especially after biene?tting-from" 10 oil-the other‘side frame, af'pair of spacer‘bars each having one end inserted within a socket in one arm the teachings of an invention. Hence, it will be understood that this disclosure is illustrative of?" ' of one side frame and the other end inserted in a_~socket in an arm of the other side frame, an preferred means of embodying the inventionlini opening at each end of each side frame, a bolt useful form by explaining the construction, - 1-5 'extendingiltlirough the-openings at each end of the operation and advantages thereof-i ’ f. pair of’sideif‘rames and spaced from the spacer What is claimed is: 1. A hand or bead loom upon» whichrlongitu-y bars, and a spoolmounted upon each bolt and between‘ the side vframes whereby the bolts clamp dinally extending threads are carried comprising thesi-sp'ools‘ against rotation and secure the side a pair of separate side frames, each sideifranfe-v having a pair of spaced upwardly extending 20 frames together in spaced relation. arms,’ a socket'in each arm, each side frame being a duplicate of theother side frame, a-pair' of spacer bars each having one end insertedwithin' ’ 6:; Ahand or beadiloom uponwhichlonigitu dinally; extending threads are carried comprising a pair- of side frames,>each side frame having'ia. pair of spaced} upwardly extending arms, a socket a/ socket in one'arm of one side frame andthe other‘ endinserted in a socket in an arm of the 25 in-each arm of non-circular shape, each side franie other side frame, means at each end of the loom engaging the side frames to secure the longitu dinally-extending threads, and means spaced from the spacer bars to clamp the side frames together being, a duplicate of the other side frame, a pair of spacer bars having ends conforming insh‘ape with the socketand each having one end inserted within a socket in one arm of one side frame arid in spaced relation against the spacer bars and 30' the other end. inserted in- a socket in ari arid-of the other side frame, spacing grooves- in‘ each thelthread securing means. spacer bar upon one side thereof, means at "each 2. A hand or bead loom‘ upon which longitudi end , ofthe- loom- engaging the side earnest; nally extending threads ‘are’ carried comprisinga secure the longitudinally extending threads‘, and pair of separate side’ frames, each‘ side‘ frame having a- pair ‘of spaced upwardly extending arms; 35 means-spacedfromathe spacer bars to clamp the side frames; together in spaced'relation against a-socket in each arm, each side frame being'ia' the spacer bars and. thread securingv means.‘ duplicate of the‘other side frame, a pair of spacer bars each having one end inserted within a socket in one arm of one side frame and: the other end inserted in a socket in‘ an arm of theother 40 7, VA hand. or headloomupon which longitu dinally extending threads are carried comprising aqpair. of separate-side frames, each side frame having. a pair of spaced upwardly extending arms, side frame, means carried‘ by each spacer-"bar: to asocketin each arm of non-circular shape, each retain the longitudinally extending threads in side frame being a duplicate of'th'e other side spaced relation, a spool mounted at each end of frame, a pair of spacer bars having ends conform‘; the: loom and spaced‘ from the spacer bar, and means to clamp the spools against rotation-and 45 ing in- shape with the socket and each havln'gone end inserted within a socket in one arm- of one secure the side frames together in spaced rela-v side frame and the other end inserted in a socket tion. in an- arm of the other side frame; spacing 3/.’ A hand or head loom comprising- a pair of grooves in each» spacer bar upon one side of the separate side frames, each side frame having a pairiof spaced upwardly extending arms, asocket 50 bar, a spool mounted at each end of the loom and spaced. from the spacer bars, and’ means- to in each- arm, each side‘ frame being'a‘dupiicate clamp'the spools against rotation and secure-the of the other side frame, a pair of spacer bars each having one endinserted within a socket‘ in'one arm of one side frame- and’ the other end inserted inia‘socket in-ran arm of. the other-side frame, a spool2 mounted at each end of- the-loom, andmeans side frames together in spaced relation, to clamp the spools ‘against-rotationand-secure the-side v'fravrries together in spaced relation. . The-following- references are of record-‘in: the file of- this patent: SAMUEL WALLACH. I REFERENCES- CITED 4.-_A hand 01- bead loom-upon which longitudi nally extending threads are‘ carried comprising-‘a 60 pai-rof separateside frames, each side-frame-hav inga pair of spaced upwardly extendingarms, a UNITED > STATES PATENTS" Number 758,376 socketein eacharm, each side frame being adu 760,919 plicate of the other side frame, a pair of spacer 869,892 bars each having one end inserted within asocket (i5 2,043,(l82 in‘ one arm of one side frame and. the otherend , 2,098,449 inserted in a- socket in an arm of. the :other side frame, means: carried by. each spacer»v baratorw re‘ tain the - ; longitudinally extending.- threads: in , 2,350,167 Name . Date r Mees~_-_<_~_i_"ennui-Apr. 26, 1904 P0018 _ 1.- -May 24,1904 Gay __»_~_____r_--__-_-i.___ Nov. 5, 1907 Wallach __________ n-June 2, 1936 Churchill __.___s__->__- Nov. 9,193?