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In accordance with 37 C. Accordingly, the present invention claims priority as a continuation-in-part of U. Provisional Patent Application No. The contents of the above referenced applications are incorporated herein by reference in their entirety. The present invention relates to the field of cabinetry, and more particularly for a system for modular cabinets and couplings that can be used in homes to construct cabinets and cabinet systems.
Whether remodeling a home, or just a room in a home, one of the best ways to boost the overall appeal of the home, in terms of both aesthetic appeal and home value, is with new cabinetry. In terms of home remodeling, kitchen remodeling is one of the main ways that homes are updated, and the cornerstone of a kitchen remodel is the kitchen cabinetry.
Research indicates that a well-done kitchen remodel significantly increases the value of a home. Cabinetry, or the shelving system used to set the framework for the cabinets, can be incorporated in many ways to provide elegant upgrades to a home, make the home more aesthetically pleasing, and functionally improve the home.
Cabinets are preferably meant to be custom made, fitting the needs of the kitchen, or other room, and the people using the space. But custom cabinetry can be prohibitively expensive because of the time and expense required to design, manufacture, and install the custom pieces. Alternatively, homeowners can install pre-fabricated, stock, systems, which are more cost effective, but lack the desirability of custom cabinetry. Grooves are provided in each end of the building blocks, which register when blocks are placed together in the formation of a toy building structures.
The grooves are constructed to receive keys to secure the blocks together. The bottom, back and ends of the modular cabinet system is molded as a single portion of the unit with the top and end covers being bonded thereon to form the basic unit. Lids that are self sealing fit the drawers or bins. Hinged doors may be mounted on the front of the modular cabinet system to form another use with dispensers contained therein for dispensing such things as paper towels.
After assembly of the sides, they are typically cut longitudinally to separate the body of the case from a lid assembly that may be hinged to the body with pin type hinges.
The kit includes a generally rectangular base, top, side and back members, and four elongated corner post or upright members. The corner post members each define connector ends having transverse recesses adapted to receive tongue portions of connector sites formed on each corner of the base and top members.
During assembly, vertical lateral edges of the side members are received within channels in the corner posts, and upper and lower edges are inserted into channels formed in the base and top members.
Fasteners releaseably secure the connector side tongues within the corner post recesses. A door may be hinged between the base and top members. The base, top and door may be formed of blow molded plastic, with the base and top members being configured to enable nesting of cabinets in vertically stacked relation. Additional features include slide drawers and shelves releasable mounted on laterally opposed rod-type horizontal guides.
In frame-style embodiments, the face assembly comprises a central panel having a front surface and a back surface, a retaining assembly attached to the back surface of the central panel, and a face frame having a front surface and a rear surface attached to the central panel.
In full panel-style embodiments, the face assembly typically comprises a full panel having a front surface and a back surface, and a retaining assembly attached to the back surface of the panel. The assembly further includes a first furniture member having a first member groove having a shape corresponding to the center, first and second portions of the coupling.
The first furniture member has a first locking member opening positioned adjacent to the first member groove. A second furniture member of the assembly has a second member groove having a shape corresponding to the center, first and second portions of the coupling. The second furniture member has a second locking member opening positioned adjacent to the second member groove. The coupling is insertable in the first and second furniture member grooves and the first and second locking members are insertable in the first and second locking member openings, respectively, to join together the first and second furniture members.
What is lacking in the prior art is a system of creating cabinetry with the desired custom look and functionality, which can be created during installation, saving time and cost while providing the aesthetic appeal and value of custom systems.
When connecting bottoms, tops, trim pieces, opposing side walls, back walls, spreaders or adjacent cabinets one of the members are machined with grooves or channels so that when positioned together, the grooves or channels line up with and slide over the opposing members fastened hidden clamp engaging the opposing members channel connecting each piece to each other. Different pieces of the modular system can also be placed in proximity to each other, by aligning bore holes, grooves or channels lining up, and then joined together by employing hidden clamps to connect them.
A front face frame can then be placed over the front of the modular cabinet and joined by lining up the grooves or channels on the inner side of the face frame and the hidden fastened clamp or opposing grooves or channels on the front edges of the side walls and joining them with hidden clamps. A top piece can be employed if desired, such as when the cabinet is to be used above a counter. The staple on clamp with an oversized cap at the top when attached such that the cap extends above the side panel or toe kick it is attached to can be used to connect a counter top or floor panel.
The enlarged cap when aligned with bore holes in the bottom side of the counter or base panel and then pressed together engages the cap into the bore hole and secures the panel with a light tap. This allows the connection of the counter or floor panel with the same connector that is used to attach the side panels and the toe kick members.
The grooves or channels are machined into one or both pieces using one of two specially designed drill bits, depending on whether it is desired to recess one piece of wood into another when joining. When recessing one piece into the other a combination Ball Bit cuts a rabbet slot and the special groove in one pass.
The result is a groove that performs three functions at once. First it presents the opposing channel for the hidden connector, second it creates a trough for the opposing member to fit it creating superior strength, and finally, the tool planes the surface of the slotted member removing any inaccuracies in the surface contours that naturally occur with wood products.
When not recessing the wood, the drill bit has a circular outline, with a rectangular neck section so that when the drill bit cuts, the outline of the cut creates a cylindrical channel, with a smaller rectangular channel where the width of the rectangular channel is less than the diameter of the cylindrical channel.
The benefit of this design is that the rectangular channel provides for more load bearing capacity to resist an object placed within the bulbous cylindrical channel from being pulled out, thus making it stronger and more secure.
An additional benefit is the ability to slide a connecting piece linearly over the opposing member's hidden clamps one part at a time allowing multiple members to be attached individually without the need to align and translate multiple opposing connections simultaneously. A stapled on clamps is disclosed which is attached to a panel using staples with clamps that fit within the groove or channel.
Two or more clamps may be attached monolithically and spaced apart by a base assuring the clamps are in alignment for ease of assembly into groove or channel. The purpose of the groove or channels is to provide a joining system, where the different boards can be attached together without the use of screws, bolts, nails, etc.
A system where the pieces can be quickly and accurately be attached by lining up and sliding one of the members over the attached hidden clamp into the opposing members groove and thus joining the pieces. Accordingly, it is an objective of the instant invention to provide a system for assembling different or similar Materials where the pieces are attached without screws, bolts, nails, brackets, or the like.
Another objective of the invention is to provide a stapled on clamps that can be stapled into a position eliminating the need for a clamp groove or boring holes. It is a further objective of the instant invention to teach a system of using a hidden clamp pin so that the fixed product shows minimal or no signs of the attachments.
It is yet another objective of the instant invention to teach clamp designs which can be used to attach shelving to a cabinet. It is a still further objective of the invention to teach drill bit designs which can create grooves or channels allowing cabinet pieces to be joined easily and securely, and can form the necessary shapes with only a single pass using a CNC system or specially design routing tools for increased efficiency of production.
Other objects and advantages of this invention will become apparent from the following description taken in conjunction with any accompanying drawings wherein are set forth, by way of illustration and example, certain embodiments of this invention.
Any drawings contained herein constitute a part of this specification and include exemplary embodiments of the present invention and illustrate various objects and features thereof. While the present invention is susceptible of embodiment in various forms, there is shown in the drawings and will hereinafter be described a presently preferred, albeit not limiting, embodiment with the understanding that the present disclosure is to be considered an exemplification of the present invention and is not intended to limit the invention to the specific embodiments illustrated.
Looking to the figures in general, disclosed is a modular cabinet system and the pieces which are used therein, including clamping pins and drill bits. The drill bits are specially formed to cut specific grooves or channels into the boards which make up the cabinet, so that when machining the one bit accomplishes the desired cut without needing to use multiple bits in one area, as is conventionally done.
There is a back panel 12 , a first side panel 14 , a second side panel 16 , a bottom panel 18 , and a front face frame The pieces are joined together by placement of an end pin 22 , or hidden pin 24 within a groove or channel cut into each piece.
Using this system, no additional fasteners are needed to construct the cabinet. Shelving can be added by including pin slots or holes on the inner face of each side wall 14 , As seen in FIG. Each side panel has a vertical groove or channel 30 running the length of the panel on an inner face close to the back edge. Each side panel also has a lower groove or channel 32 , and has a pair of hidden grooves or channels 34 on the front edge.
The bottom panel has an edge groove or channel 36 on both the left and right edges, and a back edge groove or channel. The bottom panel 18 can lined up with the back panel 12 so that the back panel lower groove or channel 28 is lined up with the back edge groove or channel of the bottom panel When lined up, an end pin 22 can be inserted on the left and right side connecting the two panels 12 , 18 together at the lower groove or channel 28 and edge grooves or channels The end pin 22 is shaped so as to fit within both grooves and connect the two pieces together.
Once the bottom panel 18 is attached to the back panel, the two side panels 14 , 16 can be positioned so as to line up the vertical grooves or channels 30 with the back panel edge grooves or channels 26 , and also lining up the bottom panel edge grooves or channels 36 with the side panel lower grooves or channels Once aligned, end pins 22 can be inserted to join the four pieces together.
The end pins 22 are inserted from the top to join the back panel 12 to the side panels 14 , 16 , and from the front to join the side panels 14 , 16 to the bottom panel To complete the piece of the modular cabinet, a front face frame 20 is attached using the hidden grooves or channels 34 on the side panels 14 , With the hidden grooves or channels 34 , a hidden pin 24 is employed to join the pieces.
The hidden groove or channel 34 is cut differently from the other grooves or channels, in that with a hidden groove or channel 34 the groove or channel does not extend the entire length or width of the panel or edge.
The hidden groove or channel 34 is cut so that there is a bulbous cylindrical groove with a rectangular neck over a portion of the length, and then an area where there is no neck portion. This allows a hidden pin to be placed into the wood and moved into the bulbous cylindrical groove section. A corresponding cut for a hidden pin is made on the inner side 42 of the front face frame 20 , albeit, cut in an opposing direction so that the hidden pin is secured when the face frame 20 is positioned along the side panels 14 , 16 and moved downward.
The back panel 12 is attached to side panel 16 , lining up the back panel edge groove or channel 26 with the side panel vertical groove 30 and securing the two with end pins inserted into the two grooves.
Then the other side panel 14 is attached to the back panel 12 in the same manner. The bottom panel 18 can then be positioned, lining up the edge grooves 36 with the side panel lower grooves 32 and secured with end pins. The front face frame 20 can then be attached by lining it up in an offset position FIG. This allows the hidden pins to engage with both sets of hidden grooves, and as the face frame 20 is then moved into position FIG.
The frame 20 is formed from two opposing side panels joined to a top panel and a bottom panel secured together with hidden pins In this embodiment, hidden grooves 70 are cut into the side panels to correspond with hidden grooves 72 cut into the top and bottom panels 66 , In an embodiment with a center panel 60 , a lengthwise groove 82 is cut to correspond to the hidden grooves 84 in the top and bottom panels 78 , The lengthwise grooves 82 , on each of the opposing side panels 74 , 76 are designed to allow the center panel to recess slightly within the groove Similar grooves are cut into the top and bottom panels 78 , 80 to allow the center panel to recess within the top and bottom panels 78 , As an alternative to joining the panels with hidden pins, the top and bottom panels can be secured to the opposing side panels with an adhesive.
A pair of hidden grooves 86 are located to allow hidden pins to secure the frame to the cabinet side panels. The side panel 17 has a vertical groove 30 forming a substantially cylindrical channel. The vertical groove 30 is positioned within a recessed channel 31 , so that when joining a back panel 12 , the connection is hidden from view. Along the bottom of the side panel 17 there is a recessed channel 31 where the bottom panel 19 attaches.
Two hidden grooves 34 are located within the recessed channel 31 so that a bottom panel 19 can attach with hidden pins. Two hidden grooves 34 are also located on the front edge of the side panel 17 to allow a front face frame to attach. The back panel 12 has a recessed channel 31 to allow the bottom panel to recess slightly within the back panel 12 for a more secure attachment.
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In accordance with 37 C. Accordingly, the present invention claims priority as a continuation-in-part of U. Provisional Patent Application No. The contents of the above referenced applications are incorporated herein by reference in their entirety. The present invention relates to the field of cabinetry, and more particularly for a system for modular cabinets and couplings that can be used in homes to construct cabinets and cabinet systems. Whether remodeling a home, or just a room in a home, one of the best ways to boost the overall appeal of the home, in terms of both aesthetic appeal and home value, is with new cabinetry. In terms of home remodeling, kitchen remodeling is one of the main ways that homes are updated, and the cornerstone of a kitchen remodel is the kitchen cabinetry.
This invention generally relates to an applique attachable to apparel such as T-shirts, sweaters, hats, shorts, accessories water proof materials and the like and a technique for making such applique. More specifically this invention relates to an appliques which can be affixed to a promotion card and subsequently affixed to an apparel by the end user. Appliques for attachment to apparel, such as hats, T-shirts and other clothing, are well known in the art. These can be affixed by way of heat seals, adhesives or R. The applique can be of many types and have a three dimensional characteristic by including a puffy foam laminated between opposing vinyl layers, one of which typically bears a decorative design. Fasteners for attaching materials to penetrable surfaces are known in the art. For example, one such fastener involves a male element having a flat segment and an elongate pin extending therefrom.
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This class provides for buckles, buttons, clasps, cord and rope holders, pins, separable fasteners, etc. There are, however, several types of fastenings included where the devices are but slightly identified with the art and are closely analogous to the main titles above cited. Such patents are retained under more or less art titles. Devices which embrace fastenings as above, but also include elements which connect them with various specific arts, have been excluded as far as practicable. The fastenings have been classified structurally as far as possible, and where two or more simple fastenings are contained in one structure, it is found in subclasses indicating the kinds of fastenings so combined. This scheme is followed also through out those art subclasses which have been retained, where possible. The mere naming of or recitation of the above i. All U. It is additionally considered mandatory to cross-reference any independent claims s , other than the one governing original placement or other claims defining the same subject matter, below into different subclass arrays using the same principles of placement by which the original is placed. Further, if the subject matter of the patent used in placing the original is a species of a generic claim and there are plural species disclosed in the patent, then it is mandatory to cross-reference the patent to the first subclass immediately above and under which the original"s subclass is indented which can fully accept the subject matter of all claimed and disclosed species. However, if the patents are more than 17 years old, the cross-referencing of any claimed subject matter to a different subclass array, either above or below that into which the original is placed, is solely discretionary and is not mandatory if it is felt that the claimed subject matter is already well represented in these other subclass arrays.
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J 1 6 5 15d I 43 44 5 Patented- Jan. This invention relates to interlocking fasteners or clasps, to procedure employed in forming and assembling such elements, and more particularly, to colored fasteners or clasps.
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