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Title:
BORDERED TABLE FORK
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2018/231164
Kind Code:
A2
Abstract:
The table fork that we have been using is still problematic for solid food. For example, pouring the meal from the edges of the fork in special invitations is one of the biggest trouble for people. Using the fork is also a problem for kids and patients. To stop this bother, it is foreseen to create borders by rounding up both out-side teeth of the forks after enlarging them or by raising as a inclined plane as these are seen in the application of this Useful Model. Thus, a hearth is gotten. The volume of the hearth can be increased by rounding the fork base downwards. Bordered forks can be produced of any kinds of natural and artificial materials including steel.

Inventors:
ÇİFTÇİ CELALETTIN (TR)
Application Number:
PCT/TR2017/000127
Publication Date:
December 20, 2018
Filing Date:
November 20, 2017
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
CIFTCI CELALETTIN (TR)
International Classes:
A47J43/28
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
ÜNAL, Muhittin Özgür (Yenimahalle/Ankara, TR)
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Claims:
CLAIMS

1- The invention is bordered table fork characterized in that making borders by curving the two out-side teeth of the fork to the intented shape and angle.

2- A bordered table fork according to claim 1 , characterized in that it is produced from any kind of natural or artificial materials at any length.

3- A bordered table fork according to claim 1 , characterized in that the basement is done plain or hollow.

4- A bordered table fork according to claim 1, characterized in that the two bordered side teeth are free from each other by means of size and shape.

5- A bordered table fork according to claim 1 , characterized in that borders are on a curved plane or inclined plane.

6- A bordered table fork according to claim 1 , characterized in that the number of the teeth in the middle is free.

Description:
BORDERED TABLE FORK

Bordered table fork explained in this recipe is mainly for eating as it can be understood from the name. It is targeted that especially solid food like rice and salad and any similar food could be eaten smooter and more comfortable. By the way, it is foreseen that both children and the patients like "Parkinson" with permanent or temporary illnesses benefit from such a functionality. Because:

As it could be understood from the pictures of attachment, the two out-side teeth of the fork have been widened, curved a little bit upwards and raised to prevent the food on the fork from falling down. Moreover.the bottom of the fork can be optionally curved downwards (figure 2) and this helps to increase the volume. It is almost impossible for the rice, salad which are taken into such a fork or for the food eaten with a similar fork to pour down from the sides by any kinds of concussion. And this feature is a very important advantage for both the kids and the patients.

In addition to this, the explained pouring the food from the fork problem is sometimes an important issue for healthy people, too. Especially at official invitations or expensive restaurants, the biggest trouble of the people may be the fear of pouring the rice, salad or similar solid food from the fork onto the table. This risk is associated with the present psychologic situation of the people.and the problem of being embrassed in front of the people may be the source of discomfort. Even such unpleasant memories can sometimes effect the future life of the people. The first ones which come to mind among all are ciritical job interviews or very special dinners with friends.

Forks' being normal size or small size for eating salad or dessert or something similar, doesn't bother the feature of "being bordered". It means the feature of being " bordered" or being "both bordered and hollow" takes part in this recipe for any kinds and sizes of forks. Hence, as it is seen on Figure-4 and Figure-5, any differences according to the existing productions for both the number of the teeth of the fork and for the lenght and geometry of the teeth are not foreseen. The drawings attached are clarified belowed with their reference numbers. Figure-1:

(1) The two teeth which are widening and raising. Besides the shape is totally free, it can be curved outwards.that is to say "concave" like the top view in the picture. The functionality is improved by acclimatizing the inner corners of the bowl or the plate.

(2) The normal teeth of the fork. The geometric shape and the lenght of the teeth are totally free.

(a) The standard mouth width of the fork.

(b) The distance between the two sides of A-A Section which is the largest in the plan.

(c) Expresses "the Fork Zone" the issue of this Useful Model Application.

(d) The distance from the endpoint of the two side teeth to the point where bordering starts. This (d) rate may be zero or anything bigger.

As it can be understood, the gap between starting point and the bordering fork endpoint is indicated with the letter (d).

A-A SECTION: the cross section from the the widest part of the fork hearth. Possible different shapes are shown in Figure-4 and Figure-5.

B-B SECTION: elongation section from the center line of the whole fork. Possible different shapes of elongation section are shown in Figure-3.

Figure-2:

(1) The two teeth which are widening and raising. Besides the shape is totally free, it is not curved like the top view in the picture.the state of being linear.

(2) The normal teeth of the fork. The geometric shape and the lenght of the teeth are totally free.

(a) The standard mouth width of the fork.

(b) The distance between the two sides of A-A Section which is the largest in the plan.

(c) Expresses "the Fork Zone" the issue of this Useful Model Application. (d) The distance from the endpoint of the two side teeth to the point where bordering starts. This (d) rate may be zero as it is in Figure-1 or anything bigger.

A-A SECTION: the cross section from the the widest part of the fork hearth. Possible different shapes are shown in Figure-4 and Figure-5.

B-B SECTION: elongation section from the center line of the whole fork. Possible different shapes of elongation section are shown in Figure-3.

Figure-3:

Possible five different views, related with the B-B Sections that are mentioned in the explanations of Figure-1 and Figure-2 , are sampled and exhibited by the names (B-B Section:3/1), (B-B Section:3/2), (B-B Section:3/3), (B-B Section:3/4) and (B-B Section: 3/5).

Figure-4:

Possible four different forms related with A-A Sections that are mentioned in the explanations of Figure-1 and Figure-2 are exhibited. In ali the forms, the basement of the fork is on a straight line unlike Figure-5. As it is seen, both the number of the teeth of the fork and the form of the two side teeth are different. In that, the side teeth of (A-A Section:4/1), (A-A Section:4/3) and (A-A Section:4/4) are designed curvilineal (curved-concave), on the other hand (A-A Section:4/2) is designed leaning and planary. a : shows the avarage (tangential) angle done by left out- side tooth and the horizontal one.

β : shows the avarage (tangential) angle done by right out- side tooth and the horizontal one.

Figure-5:

Possible four different forms related with A-A Sections that are mentioned in the explanations of Figure-1 and Figure-2 are exhibited. In all the forms the basement of the fork is on a curved line unlike Figure-4 and provides the fork a depth accordingly volume. As it is seen, both the teeth number of the fork and the form of the two side teeth can be different as explained in the paragraph of Figure-4. In that, the side teeth of (A-A Section:5/1), (A-A Section:5/3) and (A-A Section:5/4) are designed curv'ilineal (curved-concave), on the other hand (A-A Section:5/2) is designed leaning and planary.

# : shows the avarage (tangential) angle done by left out- side tooth and the horizontal one.

: shows the avarage (tangential) angle done by right out- side tooth and the horizontal one.