Eric Yu
游士弘, 郑杰元: 一种支架结构. 苏州佳世达光电有限公司, 佳世达科技股份有限公司, 常亮, 李辰, 北京集佳, January 25, 2012: CN201110138856.1


Longzhi Jiang
Mark Derakhshan, Longzhi Jiang, William Einziger, Xiaoxue Diao, Benjamin Gronemeyer, Erman Citirik: Coil support for a magnetic resonance imaging (mri) magnet and method of support. December 27, 2012: US20120325996-A1

A coil support arrangement for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging System and method of support are provided. One coil support arrangement includes a main former body having a plurality of channels between end flanges and a splint coupled to the main former body between the end flanges. The coil support ar ...

Theodore M Haan, Wayne Vandenbrink, Larry R Magnuson, Robert L Bingle: Breakaway vehicle accessory mount. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, March 31, 1992: US05100095 (274 worldwide citation)

A windshield mounted, vehicular accessory mounting assembly is adapted to be small and compact and to reduce occupant injuries upon impact. The assembly includes a base and a coupling member releasably mounted on the base. The coupling member includes a support for mounting a vehicle accessory such ...

Leonard Bonnell: Arm device for adjustable positioning of a medical instrument or the like. Leonard Medical, September 5, 1989: US04863133 (265 worldwide citation)

An instrument-supporting, articulated device has a distal end capable of supporting an instrument in the region of a surgical operating site. The device has at least one joint that supports a movable distal support element relative to a proximal support, the joint being associated with a mode select ...

Ralph A Spooner: Breakaway accessory mounting assembly for vehicles and windshield mounted button therefor. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, October 13, 1998: US05820097 (258 worldwide citation)

A breakaway mounting assembly supports a rearview mirror or other accessory on an improved windshield mounted button. The mounting assembly includes a base having a mount for the accessory or mirror, and a plurality of resilient flanges which engage, hold, and center the assembly on the button but f ...

Harry C Rosenfield, Hills CA 91364, Chang C Chen 984 Ashbridge Lane: Vehicle viewing system. Julius L Rubinstein, September 5, 1972: US3689695 (239 worldwide citation)

A television camera is mounted on a support in a motor vehicle. The support is designed to permit the camera to have vertical movement, horizontal movement, rotary movement, tilting movement, and lateral movement across the width of the vehicle. A viewing system is mounted in the cab of the vehicle ...

Theodore M Haan, Wayne Vandenbrink, Stephen J Forbes, Dennis J TenBroeke: Breakaway accessory mounting for vehicles. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, July 19, 1994: US05330149 (219 worldwide citation)

A breakaway accessory mounting assembly for vehicles for supporting rearview mirrors and other accessories includes a base mounted on a vehicle panel surface such as a window, and a coupler engaging the base and having a support mounting the rearview mirror or other accessory. Retaining means such a ...

Richard R Hook: Mirror support bracket. Donnelly Corporation, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, January 30, 1996: US05487522 (193 worldwide citation)

A mirror assembly for use in vehicles having a support bracket which provides an adjustment mechanism to position the mirror under a substantially constant clamping pressure over a wide range of ambient temperature conditions. The support bracket includes a generally spherical socket which receives ...

Patrick J Lawlor, John J McCormack, John P Desmond: Mounting assembly for rearview mirror. Donnelly Mirrors, Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, October 22, 1991: US05058851 (191 worldwide citation)

A mounting assembly for a vehicle interior rear view mirror has a base part for attaching directly to the inside surface of a vehicle windscreen, a mirror case support bracket having at one end a spherical ball for mounting a mirror case and at the other end a spring clip arrangement for sliding eng ...

Harry C Sweere, Michael D Gonnerman, Donald M Voeller: Computer keyboard and flat panel display cart. Ergotron, Hugh D Jaeger, July 6, 1999: US05918841 (190 worldwide citation)

A rolling cart for a computer and flat panel display includes a base with plural castered dual wheels, a mounting pole projecting upward from the base, at least one pole mounting bracket, a pivot support bracket supported by the pole mounting bracket and securing a support arm which is suitable for ...