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July 12, 1955
A. W. PRESCOTT
2,712,769
BRAIDING STAND
Filed NOV. 21, 1952
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BRAIDING STAND
Filed Nov. 21, 1952
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Extending between the side frame members 20 and 22 are
panels 26 and 28 which together with the transverse panel
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BRAIDING STAND
Working parts carried therein be readily
accessible. Furthermore, the panel 26 is also detachably
Arthur W. Prescott, Kittery, Maine
Application November 21, 1952, Serial No. 321,805
3 Claims. (Cl. 87-33)
secured in any convenient manner.
A clamp member 34
This invention relates to a device for braiding and form
ing strands and more particularly to a device for holding
end 4% which is adapted to engage within a recess 42
formed in a lever bar 44 which is pivotally mounted on a
the strands in a secure manner so as to produce a ?rm and
shaft 46 extending between the panels 26 and 28.
A collar 48 is secured to the plunger 36 by means of
even braid.
The primary object of this invention resides in the pro
Vision of a
'ly adjusting and
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A coil spring 52 biases
hold the strands of the braid to be formed in a secure
manner while satisfactorily supporting a good proportion
of the work on the work table associated with the device.
A further object of the invention resides in the pedal
actuated means for engaging and disengaging the clamp
member for holding the strands ?rmly in place.
facture, of pleasing appearance, and capable of being
Pivotally secured to a shaft 62 carried by a block 64
secure by screws 66 or other suitable means to the leg
12 is a pedal 68 having a foot engaging tread 7i) at one
end. By means of an eye bolt 72 secured to the pedal 68
centrally thereof and an eye 74 depending from the lever
These, together with the various ancillary objects of the
bar 44, a connecting rod ‘76 is terminally secured to the
pedal 68 and the lever bar
Still further objects of the invention reside in the pro—
vision of a braiding stand that is strong, durable, highly
e?icient in operation, simple in construction and manu
produced at a relatively low cost.
In operation, the spring 52 continuously urges the collar
43 downwardly thus causing the clamping member 34 to
invention which will become apparent as the following
description proceeds, are attained by this braiding stand,
a preferred embodiment of which has been illustrated in
O9 in
the accompanying drawings, by way of example only,
wherein:
resiliently engage a strand, such as indicated at 80, be
tween itself and the Work table 24.
Figure 1 is a perspective view of the braiding stand com
prising the present invention;
Figure 2 is an enlarged vertical sectional view as taken 40 permitted by depressing the pedal 68 thus pulling one
end of the lever bar 44 down which presses the plunger 36
upwardly against the force of the spring 52. The plunger
Figure 3 is a vertical sectional view taken along the
36 is maintained from rotating by means of the slots 54
plane of line 3—3 in Figure 2, showing the construction
and 56 in the collar engaging the guides 53 and 60.
of the pedal actuated means for operating the clamping
along the plane of line 2-—2 in Figure 1;
member;
There is provided a substantially U-shaped bracket 82
having ?ang s 84 and 86 which are secured to the verti
Figure 4 is a horizontal sectional view as taken along
the plane of line 4-4 in Figure 3, showing the manner
in which the pedal is mounted on the frame of the inven
tion;
Figure 5 is a vertical sectional view as taken along the ‘
plane of line 5—5 in Figure 2, showing the construction
of the guides for preventing rotary movement of the
clamping members; and
Figure 6 is a sectional detail as taken along the plane
of line 6-6 in Figure 2, showing in particular the con
struction of an attachment for the invention comprising a
bracket for holding a pair of shears.
With continuing reference to the accompanying draw
ings wherein like reference numerals designate similar
parts throughout the various views,
generally designates one of a pair of legs, the other being
designated by reference numeral 12. The legs 10 and
12 form a portion of a frame which includes base mem
bers 14 and 16 which are secured to the legs 16 in spaced
parallel relationship. A footboard 18 is secured to the
base members 14 and 16 and extends therebetween. Se
cured to the legs 16 and 12 between the base members
14 and 16 are vertically extending frame members 24} and
22.
The frame members 20 and 22 extend vertically upward
and have secured to their upper edges a work table 24.
tor. Furthermore, it is to be understood that the space
between the transverse member 36 and the top 24 may be
readily used for storage of cloth strips, thread, or any
other suitable material.
Since from the foregoing, the construction and advan
tages of this braiding apparatus are readily apparent, fur
ther description is believed to be unnecessary.
However, since numerous modi?cations will readily oc
foregoing speci?cation and accompanying drawings, it is
not intended to limit the invention to the precise embodi
ment shown and described, but all suitabie modi?cations
and equivalents may be readiiy resorted to that fall within
the scope of the appended claims.
What is claimed as new, is as follows:
1. A braiding stand comprising a frame, a work table
' carried by said frame, a clamp member, a plunger secured
to said clamp member extending through said table, a col
lar on said plunger, resilient means biasing said collar and
said work table to urge said clamp member against said
table, and actuating means engaging said plunger to raise
said plunger, vertically extending guides in said casing,
said collar engaging said guides.
2. A braiding stand comprising a frame, a casing sup
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ported by said frame, a work table carried by said frame,
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table, and actuating means engaging said plunger to raise
said plunger", vertically extending guides in said casing,
said collar engaging said guides, said resilient means com
a clamp member, a plunger secured to said clamp member,
prising a coil spring coaxial with said plunger, said actu
said plunger extending through said table and into said
casing,- a collar on said'pluugenresilient means biasing o ating means including a pedal'pivotally mounted on said
frame, a lever bar pivotally secured to said frame, said
said collar and said Work table to urge said clamp member
lever bar engaging said plunger, and a connecting‘ rod ter
against said table, and actuating means engaging said
minally secured to said lever bar and said pedal.
plunger to raise said plunger, said actuating means includ
ing' a pedal pivotally mounted on said frame, a lever bar
References Cited in the ?le of this patent
pivotally secured to said frame, said lever bar engaging 10
said plunger, and a connectrng‘rod terminally secured to
said lever bar and said pedal. 4
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3. A braiding stand comprising a frame, a Work table
carried by said frame, a clamp member, a plunger secured
to said clamplmember extending through said table, a’ col 15
lar on said plunger, resilient means biasing said collar and
said Work table to urge said clamp member against said
UNITED STATES PATENTS
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Nichols ______________ __ July 12, 1898
Ireland _________ __'..___._ Oct. 27, 1908 '
Mills ________________ __ Nov. 5, 1946
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