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PHILLIPS SMART EDGE THE PHILLIPS SMART EDGE IS A PAINT APPLICATION TOOL MADE OF SYNTHETIC MATERIAL AND IS 3/8 IN. IN DIAMETER AND OVERALL 7 IN. IN LENGTH USED FOR PAINTING IN ANY STANDARD CORNER. EDGEING OR TRIMMING IN ANY ROOMS CORNER. THE PAINT IS APPLIED TO SURFACE RAPIDLY AND EFFICIENTLY. THE PHILLIPS SMART EDGE CONSISTS OF TWO PARTS: A "ROLLER FRAME," AND A "ROLLER COVER." THE ROLLER COVER ABSORBS THE PAINT AND TRANSFERS IT TO THE SURFACE, THE ROLLER FRAME ATTACHES TO THE ROLLER COVER AND CAN BE HELD WITH EITHER HAND.
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2017/209877
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The Phillips Smart Edge is a paint application tool made of synthetic material and is used for painting any standard rooms corner in edgeing and trimming. The paint is applied to surface rapidly and efficiently in use for the Phillips Smart Edge.

Inventors:
PHILLIPS, Howard (4200 Don Diablo, Los Angeles, California, 90008, US)
Application Number:
US2017/030289
Publication Date:
December 07, 2017
Filing Date:
May 27, 2017
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
PHILLIPS, Howard (4200 Don Diablo, Los Angeles, California, 90008, US)
International Classes:
B05C17/00; B05C17/02
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Claims:
Claim 1

What t claim as my invention is the Phillips Smart ..Edge,, a pai nting application tool used for edgeing and trimming in any cornered wall or surface and can be used by anyone with pertinent skills or by anyone.

L I Claim2

This P ps Small Edge invention relates to paint 'application tools arid more particularly to an improved and new guide for means thereof.

Brief Description of the Prior Aft. When painting surfaces which intersect w ere several surfaces are to be painted, its desirable to utilize m application too} to cover several surfaces 'wiihpsint The painting applicator has a roller that is arched the midd!e to reach cornered walls and apply p n thoroughly;

Pertinent prior art patents which show instruments are the atent to Frederick B Sums US3605165 A: Gregg Moore Charles S3359589 A: Frederick ¾fcodJr. US281Q 48A The applicator shown rs

intersecting surface, characterized h that th© guide means, preferabl n ths form sf rollers, project outwardly beyond opposite sides of the !appiicato and Sem either side of the handle. Preferably, l e applfca¾ng surface s trapezoidal ¾ the rollers overhanging' nonparaltel edges whic oorwecge Ktmti each other. The applicator shown Chades US3358589 A This invention relates generally, as indicated, 63 a painting .device and, mora particularly , to a device wttich is adapted to apply paint uniformly to a surface h a straight iin& adjacent an edge formed as by the intersection of two wails or a waif and a. csing or floor, such device having paracyiar otiU! h appiyiog paint to ¾ «m« formed e» i_y i © intersection of two walls and the ceiling or floor. The applicator shewn h Wood US28101 8A: the paint applicator shown comprises acarriage ft.ihefcrm of aflat rectangular frame late torn the rear side of which a handle 11 extends outwardly. ,l¾e½ridfe' > s pir^^'Of-P^RS^r:^^:^ ®8^0^ centrally and toward the botte ofthe plate 10 as shown, fn use the operator of ?e device Would grasp the opposite vertical sides ofths handle 11 etween his Sogers. These vertical sides may be senaladl desired to provide a better hold All of these prior art devices are suitable for and intended only for use trim work and not for general paint application. Thus a user might switch between applicators for general application and another applicator for trim work,

AMENDED CLAI MS

received by the International Bureau on 07 November 2017 (07.1 1.2017)

Claim 1

P illips Smart Edge

What \ claim as my invention is the Phillips Smart Edge,

A angularity postsoning of applicable material comprising of:

(a) synthetic material and natural fibers

(b) wool, silk, and cqtton,fiax, and hemp that are comprised and mixed and produces a synthetic maierial and shaped for applicable paint and used in painting a bars attached on both sides of core element metal based and second part of holder plastic made of natural fibers holder enables core element to he exposed for painting.

(c) . a painting application tool used for edgeing and trimming: in any cornered wall or surface and can be used by anyone with pertinent skills or by anyone

C!aim2

This Philips Smart Edge invention relates to paint ajspteifcn eds mi mors arfe!arfy; fo an improved and new guide for means thereof.

Brief Description of t e Piter Art. V /her¾ painting surfaces which Intersect where ssverai suslaces eve ¾ fee painted, te desirable to utilise an application tool to cover s v al surfacss ithpalnt. The painting applicator has & roller that is arched h the middle to reach cornered walls and apply paint thorough^.

Pertinent, w.arf. patents which show instruments ar» the patents to Fredefle!s a Bums US35G& 85 A: Gregg Moore Charles US3359589 A: Frederick Wood Jr. US281014SA The applicator shown ft SWTs US360S18S As a paint appSseator ith guide means for painting a surfacewhieh abuts an intersecting surface, characterized that the gylrie means, preferably thefonri of rotes, pdject- ouiwardiy beyond opposite ski s of Sis !apcfestsr arid ise on either side of the handle. Preferably , the applieaing surface ¾ trapazo daS ¼* 8» rofes overhanging no»para$9i edges which convsige toward each other. The applicator shown C arles US3359S89 A This invention relates generally, as indicated, ¾j a painting device and, more particularly, to a device which Is adapted to apply pmrt uniformly to a surface ft a straight line adjacent an edge formed as by the imersection of twowefis or a wail and a celfcg or floor, suc device having par fcis!ar u«y « a pl ing pssnite a^sner ar -Si formed as ¾y t % intersectian oftwo ells and the ceiling orfipsr. ThQ applicator s owf? 'n Wood US28 G148A: the paint applicator shown comprises a carriage ft fse ferm of aflat rectangular frame late from the rear side of which a ftandte 11 extends uiwan . The handle 11 s preferably of nsctangtiarshsp® and is arranged centrally arsd toward t e 'bottom of the plate 10 as shown, fe. use the operator of frse deviea Would grasp the opposite vertical sides of the handle 11 between his fingerB. These vertical sides may be serrated ! desired to provide a better hold. AS of these prior art devices are suitable f r and intended only for use ft trim work ..and not for gewersf paint application. Thus a user might swish between applicators for .general a licators and another applicato for trsn ¾wxk

Description:
Construction Industry, Painting Detailed Description of the Invention

The Phillips Smart Edge is a Paint Application Tool made of synthetic material and is used for painting in any standard cornered wall or area, in edging or trim work in any room's corner. The paint is applied to

Surface rapidly and efficiently. It alleviates having to use two apparatuses, its new and its idea is to save time. The Phillips Smart Edge consists of (Fig.l) Roller at 3/8in and at 7in. in length and arched in the middle to place paint in any cornered wall or surface absorbs paint and transfers it to surface. (Fig.2)

Metal Bars that lead 2in downward and at the top of 2in Metal Bars ¾ in. of each side tilts inward to roller on both sides (that connects) and then at bottom of (Fig.2) Metal Bars at 2in lead inward (lateral) at 7 ½ that meet in the middle and then lead downward at 5in. into (Fig.3) the bottom plastic handle. (Fig.3) Plastic Handle 6in. in length for gripping with either hand to apply paint. Parts of "roller frame" (a) one part metal and (b) one part plastic. "And a roller cover" (synthetic). The roller cover absorbs the paint and transfers it to the surface the roller frame (Fig.2)&(Fig.3) attaches to the roller cover and can be held with either hand in use. The roller (Fig.l) is synthetic and manufactured the instructional use is very easy and anyone that has pertinent skills in the Background of the Invention will be able to use the Phillips Smart Edge with ease. Using is the Phillips Smart Edge with ease, its very comparable to anyone who knows of specifics in the Technical Field of the paint application tool. By placing the roller (Fig.l) between the metal bars (Fig. 2) part of the entire handle (Fig.2) (Fig.3) Plastic Handle it fits and is in place to hold, and has a feel that theres a connected piece as it combines with metal bars (Fig. 2) and to place onto the other side of metal bars (Fig. 2) repeat steps in placing roller (Fig.l) on other side of metal bars (Fig. 2)and in between as it fits and stays in place to hold for use. The Plastic Handle (Fig. 3) is for gripping with either hand as you use rapid and efficient motions in any cornered wall or surface as tray (with tray being filled with paint of course) and roll roller (Fig.l) several times back and forth in smooth motion to santurate roller (Fig. 1) and lift and apply paint to any cornered wall or surface, for continued use of the Phillips Smart Edge, repeat steps. The Phillips Smart Edge is only to be used in the edging or trim work of painting. The word "Industry' is a corresponding word that goes with the Technical Field in my invention ("Construction Industry") and is meant to be expiodable in the Technical Field ("Construction Industry") Sub-Field "Painting" and the correspondence with the two words " Construction" and "Industry" have full meaning in which my invention pertains in the Technical Field. The non-complexity of the Phillips Smart Edge is revelating, the standard it brings as its new and what tasks are completed with a perfection.

Brief Summary of the Invention

The Phillips Smart Edge is a painting application tool. A handle (Fig.3) secured tb another part metal bars (see Fig. 2) that are connected to roller (Fig. Ij.The roller is arched and in position to be applied to any paint and thus being placed on an area of any cornered wall or surface for areas consumption. This invention is directed, in brief, to the general purpose painting tool. The best mode currently

contemplated by me for carrying out the invention includes which is used for painting any cornered wall or surface. A great advantage for its use is that it alleviates using two apparatuses during edgeing or trimming a wall. The idea is to be able to hold one apparatus in one hand while completing a specific (edgeing) task. .

Description of the Preferred Embodiment

The applicator of this invention includes a handle. The applicator of this invention (Fig.l) is connected to (Fig.2)Metal Bars and then connected to a handle (Fig. 3). The applicator itself is arched in the middle and made of synthetic material. The embodiment of the applicator enables a user to have pronunciation in there work because of the divisional characteristics of the invention in the arch that's in the middle that set it aside from others in the before. Applicator is arched in the middle, it leads downward at angle on each side that measures the same distance as metal bars (Fig. 2). Metal Bars (Fig. 2) lead downward and then inward (lateral) and then downward again at different measurements and are one part of two for overall handle (Fig.2) & (Fig.3). (Fig.3) Plastic Handle that makes up one part of two parts with metal bars (Fig.2). for overall (both parts) Handle (Fig.2) & (Fig. 3). In use when the applicator is used to apply paint it will make an adjustsment by a moving part the roller. The roller having already being measured for any standard wall or surface and having no contrast in the way.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION,

This Phillips Smart Edge invention relates to paint application tools and more particularly to an improved guide for means thereof.

Brief Description of the Prior Art When painting surfaces which intersect where several surfaces are to be painted. Its desirable to utilize an application tool to cover several surfaces with paint. The painting applicator has a roller that is arched in the middle to reach cornered walls and apply paint thoroughly Pertinent prior art patents which show instruments are the patents to Frederick B. Burns US3605165 A: Gregg Moore Charles US3359589 A: Frederick Wood Jr. US 2810148 A

The applicator shown in Burns US3605165 A is a paint applicator with guide means for painting a surface which abuts an intersecting surface, characterized in that the guide means, preferably in the form of rollers, project outwardly beyond opposite sides of the lapplicator and lie on either side of the handle. Preferably, the applicating surface is trapezoidal with the rollers overhanging nonparaltel edges which converge toward each other.

The applicator shown in Charles US3359589 A This invention relates generally, as indicated, to a painting device and, more particularly, to a device which is adapted to apply paint uniformly to a surface in a straight line adjacent an edge formed as by the intersection of two walls or a wall and a ceiling or floor, such device having particular utility in applying paint to a corner area formed as by the intersection of two walls and the ceiling or floor.

The applicator shown in Wood US2810148 A: the paint applicator shown comprises a carriage in the form of a flat rectangular frame plate from the rear side of which a handle 11 extends outwardly, The handle 11 is preferably of rectangular shape and is arranged centrally and toward the bottom of the plate 10 as shown. In use the operator of the device Would grasp the opposite vertical sides of the handle 11 between his fingers. These vertical sides may be serrated if desired to provide a better hold.

All of these prior art devices are suitable for and intended only for use in trim work and not for general paint application. Thus a user might switch between applicators for general application and another applicator for trim work. Brief Description of View(s) of the Drawing Fig. 1 is a section view taken generally along the lines of Fig. 1. Fig. 2 is a section view taken generally along the lines of Fig. 2. Fig. 3 is a section view taken generally along the lines of Fig. 3.

With this invention being susceptible of embodiment, there is shown in the drawing and will herein be described in detail, a specific embodiment thereof, with the understanding that the present disclosure is to be considered as an exemplication of the principles of the invention and is not intended to limit the invention to the embodiment illustrated

Specifications,

The Phillips Smart Edge in (Fig. 1) is a roller that absorbs paint and transfers it to any cornered

Wall or surface. Roller is at 3/8 in. in diameter and 7 in. in entire length, arched in the middle and 7 in. in entire length. Metal bars in (Fig 2) connect on sides of roller for movement of roller against any surface for edgeing and trimming. (Fig. 2) Metal bars at 2 in. and at the top of 2in Metal Bars ½ in of each side tilts inward to roller on each side (that connects) and then downward at bottom of (Fig.2) Metal Bars at 2in. at bottom then lead inward (lateral) and meet in the middle and metal bars in that area of (Fig.2) go across at 7 ½ in. in entire length, and then lead downward at 5 in. in that area of (Fig.2) into plastic handle in (Fig. 3). (Fig. 3) Plastic Handle at 6 in. in length that can be held with either hand to apply paint to surface.

Phillips Smart Edge

Brief Summary of Specifications,

The Phillips Smart Edge in (Fig.l) is a roller that transfers paint to any cornered wall or surface. Roller is 3/8in in Diameter and 7in. in entire length and arched in the middle. (Fig.2) Metal Bars in (Fig.2) connect on sides of rollers for movement. Metal Bars (Fig.2) are 2 in. and at top of Metal Bars ½ in. on each side tilts inward to roller and connects Metal Bars (Fig.2) that lead downward on each side and at bottom of 2 in. Metal Bars (Fig.2) (Fig.2) Metal Bars then lead inward (lateral) and meet. Overall length in that area of (Fig.2) is 7 l/2in. (Fig.2) Metal Bars then lead downward at 5in. into (Fig.3) Plastic Handle. (Fig.3) Plastic Handle is 6 in. in length that connect to (Fig.2) and can be held with either hand for or and in use.

Specifications, Phillips Smart Edge

(Fig.l) 3/8 in. in Dm and 7in. L (Fig.2) 2 in. HTx7 2 in. Wid x5in. (Fig.3) 6in. L

Technical Specifications:

The Phillips Smat Edge has a roller at 3/8 in. in diameter and 7 in. in entire length as shown in (Fig. 1), arched in the middle that connect to metal bars, meatal bars as shown in (Fig.2). Roller is placed in area between metal bars in (Fig. 2) that connect by holding one area on one side of roller and placing it between one area on same side of Metal Bars (Fig.2) and repeating steps for other side of roller in (Fig.l)for other side of roller for roller movement. Metal bars as shown in (Fig. 2) at 2 in. and at top of (Fig.2) Metal Bars ¼ in. on each side tilts inward to roller on each side (that connects) and then lead downward at bottom of (Fig.2). Metal Bars (Fig.2) then lead ' inward (lateral) and meet in the middle at 7 ¼ in. in entire length, and then lead downward at 5 in. into plastic handle as shown in (Fig 3) at 6 in which is held in either hand and using a rapid and efficient motion to apply paint to surface with either hand holding Plastic Handle in (Fig. 3). (Fig. 3) Plastic Handle in length is at 6 in. and can be held with either hand to apply paint to any cornered wall or surface.