March 2, My invention relates to means forming a part of or attachable to a sad iron by means of which the iron is automatically raised above’the level of a supporting surface when thehandle is re- 5 leased and may be. Due to the fact’that there are a great’many 10 different types and forms of irons, particularly electric irons, and it would require practically as many different forms of lifts to. A prime object of my invention is to provide a simple form of device which may be economically manufactured for application to irons at the factory or to irons in use with equal facility. To this end, I contemplate the provision of a lift device which is detachably connected with the handle of an iron, or to the handle supporting 5 member at one end of the iron, preferably the front end, and includes a pair of horizontal sup. United States No. I have shown a preferred form of device in the accompanying drawing, subject to modification; within the scope of the appended claims,. Briefly described, a lift embodying my improvements includes: a pair of laterally spaced arms I, I, adjustably attached to a slide 2 which is movable vertically on a bracket 3 adapted to be rigidly held on an end of the handle B of a sad iron A, and an operating lever 4 pivotally secured to said bracket and operatively connected with said slide. Bracket 3 is formed of a single piece of sheet metal, as shown in Fig.
Notes from Windward: #68
This invention relates to improvements in electric sad irons, and more particularly to the provision of a cordless electric iron. It is an object of the invention to provide a cordless electric iron of simple structure, which maintains its heat for a considerable length of time. A further provision, which is an object of the invention, is a vacuum envelope of heat resisting glass, in which is embedded a high resistance heating wire providing a heating element, providing means for holding the heat for a length of time greater than is usual with such electric irons, the vacuum envelope forming a sort of tube.
Antique Yankee Gas Sad Iron By J W Lufkin of Boston Massachusetts Mass A collection of antique sad irons dating from the late to the early belonging to Lori.
Sad Irons Through a Green Lens a look at rural life without electricity. None of the work we’re doing is theoretical in that every stage of the processes described is already being done on an industrial scale. Our focus is on 1 scaling these systems down to where they can work on a more human scale to meet local needs, and 2 exploring ways that existing resources can be reused to create key components used in smaller, neighborhood-scale systems. An example of reuse involves disassembling obsolete C-band satellite dishes so that their structural ribs can be used to create horizontal parabolic solar collectors.
One way to state Windward’s strategic goal is that we’re working to miniaturize this technology so that rural intentional communities can use it to achieve a significant degree of energy and financial security. The purchase of fuel and energy has the effect of transferring capital from local communities to international energy corporations. If you believe that international corporations are bent on extracting all the fossil fuels they can without regard to how much water they pollute, how many people they relocate, how many coal mountains they decapitate–well, the dreary list goes on and on.
This surely was for finishing the ironing much faster than with only 1 iron! I am not sure when the practice started of starching and ironing your clothes, but it seems certain that it has its origins in the court of some highfalutin king. Buy and sell electronics, cars, fashion apparel, collectibles, sporting goods, digital cameras, baby items, coupons, and everything else on eBay, the world’s online marketplace.
Bookends, Home Appliances, Retro, Ebay, Home Decor, Flat Irons, Old A collection of antique sad irons dating from the late to the early belonging to Lori.
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US903797A – Sad-iron. – Google Patents
It is a sad iron. Not only is it a useable tool, but it was, at the time it was created, a revolutionary labor-saving device. Sad irons of the 19th century were so named because of the weight — five to nine pounds — needed to press wrinkled clothes and sheets. They were made of solid metal, including the handle. When the iron was heated, this meant that the handle would also heat up.
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Two piece self heating family charcoal iron. Removable top and wooden handle with shield. Used ordinary charcoal as fuel and was easily regulated to any desired heat. The fire pot is in the bottom with an adjustable vent on the end. A spout and curved guard are on the top half. Held together by a removable pin.
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A collection of antique “sad irons” dating from the late s to the early s belonging to Lori Bonnevie of Fayette, Maine. The bottom row features unidentified metal-handled irons with one pointed end and a flat end. They copied Mary Potts’s design and capitalized on the name “Pottstown.
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US2524161A – Cordless electric iron and stand – Google Patents
One of the objects of this invention is to produce a holder for sad-irons which will have a neat,. Another object of my invention is to provide a construction of holder which may be made of relatively thin-gauge metal-plates and still will have a high degree of rigidity and stiffness. Still another object of my invention is to provide a holder of the type under consideration with a wire-spring element which will provide an increased grip and will effectively and securely fasten the holder to the ironing board, and a part of which will also function as a stiffening element and frame member for said holder.
Iron; a Mrs Potts Sad Iron made by Kenrick. This double point design with detachable handle was patented in the United States of America by Mary Potts in
Be it known ‘that I, Roy E. This invention appertajns to sad iron sup ports, and the invention consists in a supporthaving an arm adapted to be clamped upon a table or other base and constructed to support the iron thereon in a suspended position temporarily while heated and in use. In the accompanying drawings, Figure 1 is a side elevation-of the support as a.
The device as thus shown is especially designed for use with electrically heated sad irons on account of their wire connections and the constant danger of pulling them off the table, ironing board or other stand. This danger is ever present even with the mostcareful persons, and the results are liable to be at least as serious as the breaking of the electrical connections with the prbbability that the user will not have the skill or knowledge to. I have therefore’conceived the idea of a support for the iron upon wliicliit-can be hung instead of a suitable stand, other advantages also accruing than asstated.
Thus, in the several views I show a practically two-part support or holder comprising an arm member a and a’clamping member 0. The said arm or arm so-called is formed of a suitably heavy rod of iron or steel bent with a goose neck i 2 at its top and provided with a portion 3 to hold and support the iron through its hamlh h and an upturned point or extrem- Specification of Letters Patent.
THE SAD IRON(Y) OF THESE COLLECTIBLES
Be it known that I, VILLIAM MCCLURE, of Peebles township, in the county of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Sad-lronsg and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description thereof, reference being had to the accompanying drawings, forming part of this specification, in which- Figure l, represents a fiat iron or sad iron, with my improvement. My improvement consists in the use of a shoe or metallic covering, fitting on to the bottom of the iron and so arranged with springs or other means of attachment as to be easily attached to the iron, or detached therefrom at pleasure.
To enable others skilled in the art to make and use my improvement,I will proceed to describe it more fully. Not only is my invention an advantage in the manufacture of flat irons, as it obviates the necessity of putting a high polish upon them, and therefore allows them to be made of an inferior quality of metal, but in many respects, is a great advantage in the use of the smoothing iron.
Flat irons of ordinary construction, are apt to get rusty between the times when they are used, and then must be carefully cleaned with wax; they are also liable to become smoked or dirty when placed upon an open lire to heat, so that in using them, great care is required, lest the clothes be soiled by Contact with the iron.
a perspective View of my improved waxing device for sad-irons with the cap removed. under side of the hot sad-iron, so that the wax melts and passes through the meshes of Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title.
Be it known that l, JOEL WEBSTER, of the city of Brooklyn, county of Kings, and State of New York, have invented a new and useful Improvement in Sadlrons; and I do hereby declare that the following is a full, clear, and exact description of the same, reference being had to the accompanying drawings and the letters of reference marked thereon, like letters in the several figures indicating the same parts, and in which drawings- Figure 1 is a longitudinal section of my improved sad-iron; Fig.
The object of my invention is the construction ot’ a sad-iron which readily admits of the detachment of its handle from its main body or portion at the moment the latter is placed in position upon a heated stove-plate or elsewhere, under circumstances where it is desirable for the operator to suddenly withdraw his hand from such locality. It also has for its object the adaptation of a single handle to any given number ot’ the main bodies or portions ot’ sad-irons, so that one may be used while others are being heated, the same handle being used with them all.
It also has for its object the automatic attachment of the handle to the main portion of the sad-iron. As shown in the figures, the main body A ot the sad-iron is constructed in general form and outline the saine as the ordinary sad’ iron, with the exception of a catch, b, near its front portion or extremity, and with sockets c and c formed in the body A to receive the lower ends, d d, ot’ the uprights or pillars E and E of the sad-iron holder, as clearly shown in Fig.
The upper ends ot’ the pillars E and E are provided with shoulders j’, let into the wooden handle G, one at each end, the pillar E being secured to its end of the handle Gby a screw,j”, as shown, while the shoulder ot’ the pillar E is permitted to enter a circular cavity, h, formed central and longitudinal of the wooden holder, as indicated, and in such position the upper ends of the pillars are permanently and securely held by the screw-rod H, as represented.
The pillars E and E’, as at i, are each provided with projections, which sustain a heatshield, L, oi’ metal, its upper surface being provided with a felt covering,. Forward of the pillar E, and pivoted thereto, as at Z, I provide a thumblever, as at M, its lower extremity terminating in a catch, p, to engage, as occasion may require, with the catch b.
The upper end of this lever extends up a short distance above the wooden holder G, and terminates in a circular socket, p’, which is made to contain a plug of cork, as at p2. This lever is also provided with and permanently attached to a rod, m, which passes through the shoulder j’ of the upright E and enters the opening or circular aperture h in the handle G, as shown, and which rod is so surrounded by a coilspring, and actuated thereby, that when the rod is forced forward or out ot’ the handle G, as shown in Fig.
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This invention relates to a mechanism which is especially designed to regulate and control the temperature of electrically heated implements such as sad irons and the li e. It consists of a metallic support which is expansible by the heat conveyed to it from the electrically heated iron which rests upon it, means to multiply the movement caused by the expansion and an automatic switch which is controlled by the expansion and the multiplying means.
It also includes means by which any desired degree may be maintained by the operation of the switch actuating mechanism, and details of construction all of which will be more fully described by reference to the accompanying drawings in which- Figure 1 is a plan. It is desirable and necessary in order to produce good work that sad irons be heated to, and maintained at certain temperatures, and it is the object of this invention to determine such temperature, and to automatically regulate it within desired limits and thus prevent injury to the work to be done.
As shown in the drawings A is a base upon which may be fixed a fiber or asbestos sheet 2, and upon this is secured a metal frame 3.
Inventor: Thomas L Reed; Original Assignee: Thomas L Reed; Priority date My invention relates to means forming a part of or attachable to a sad iron by.
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