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Matt Tarnay, Clifford Raab: Lightweight plastic furniture. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, November 16, 1999: US05983807 (95 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, high strength folding table having a top assembly which includes a novel high strength, plastic reinforcing core. Pivotally connected to the top assembly are supporting legs. Interconnecting the supporting legs with the top assembly are novel folding leg mechanisms which include top a ...


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Clifford Raab: Lightweight plastic furniture. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, December 9, 1997: US05694865 (81 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, high-strength support platform for use in furniture construction, which has superior structural integrity and can be used, by way of example, in portable folding tables, in work tables and in modular furniture of the character typically used in modern office complexes. The support pla ...


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Julian A Virtue: Table. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, June 27, 1989: US04841877 (80 worldwide citation)

A folding table construction embodying a planar top, foldable legs and a novel apron assembly connected to the underside of the top. The apron unit comprises elongated discrete, relatively short straight lengths of formed metal side and end strips, or stringers, which are securely interconnected tog ...


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Clifford Raab: Lightweight plastic furniture. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, February 9, 1999: US05868081 (75 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, high-strength support platform for use in furniture construction, which has superior structural integrity and can be used, by way of example, in portable folding tables, in work tables and in modular furniture of the character typically used in modern office complexes. The support pla ...


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Clifford Raab: Lightweight plastic furniture. Virco Mfg Corporation, J E Brunton, March 31, 1998: US05732637 (65 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, high-strength support platform for use in furniture construction, which has superior structural integrity and can be used, by way of example, in portable folding tables, in work tables and in modular furniture of the character typically used in modern office complexes. The support pla ...


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Chang Chang: Safety hinge. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, December 1, 1987: US04710049 (47 worldwide citation)

A padded safety hinge construction for use in infant playyards and the like wherein the fasteners which hold the padding of the hinge in place also function as the pivot pins about which the playyard legs pivot. The inwardly protruding extremities of the hinge mechanism and the connecting fasteners ...


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Matt Tarnay: Folding leg mechanism. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, February 2, 1999: US05865128 (44 worldwide citation)

A folding leg mechanism for use in foldably interconnecting a foldable leg assembly with a support platform such as a table top. The mechanism includes platform engaging links; a platform engaging plate pivotally connected to the first and second links proximate the ends thereof; and first and secon ...


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Edward J DeDecker: Interlocking chair. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, August 23, 1983: US04400031 (40 worldwide citation)

A stackable utility chair embodying interlocking side bar members which function to releasably interlock together adjacent chairs of identical configuration to form semi-permanent rows. The side bar members also function to positively align the chairs during vertical stacking and, due to their uniqu ...


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Matt Tarnay, Clifford Raab: Lightweight plastic furniture. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton Esq, May 9, 2000: US06058854 (38 worldwide citation)

A lightweight, high-strength support platform for use in furniture construction, which has superior structural integrity and can be used, by way of example, in portable folding tables, in work tables and in modular furniture of the character typically used in modern office complexes. The support pla ...


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Richard M Holbrook: Chair construction. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, December 21, 1999: US06003948 (37 worldwide citation)

A chair construction having a molded plastic shell that is interconnected with a sled-base type supporting structure in a manner that simplifies the manufacture of the chair and at the same time produces a durable construction that can withstand continuous, normal classroom type use. The supporting ...



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