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Koji Yokouchi, Takurou Kamizuru: Stand for display monitor. Shin Ei Sangyo, Sotec, Notaro & Michalos P C, October 24, 2006: US07124984 (72 worldwide citation)

In order to provide a stand for a display monitor capable of preventing the occurrence of abnormal noise when the stand moves upward and downward and capable of being intended to be thinner in thickness by exercising ingenuity especially in a raising and lowering mechanism, the stand is composed of ...


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Sheng Nan Lu, Hsiang Chi Chien: Automatically adjusting support for an LCD monitor. Shin Zu Shing, Rosenberg Klein & Lee, December 2, 2003: US06655645 (72 worldwide citation)

An automatically adjusting support for an LCD monitor is composed of a bottom seat, an elevating part, a rotating part, a longitudinally moving part, and an installing plate. An LCD monitor secured on the installing plate can be adjusted in height by the elevating part, at a horizontal angle by the ...


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Steven G Hoek: Filled polyolefin mirror support. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, August 29, 2000: US06109586 (72 worldwide citation)

A rearview mirror support bracket for mounting a reflective element in a rearview mirror assembly housing in which the rearview mirror assembly housing is mounted to a vehicle by a vehicle mounting bracket includes a support bracket having a reinforced polyolefin body, and most preferably a glass fi ...


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Masaharu Sugimoto, Keiji Aruga, Tomoyoshi Yamada, Takahiro Imamura, Yoshifumi Mizoshita: Magnetic disk storage apparatus having a vibration proof structure. Fujitsu, Staas & Halsey, September 20, 1994: US05349486 (72 worldwide citation)

A magnetic disk storage apparatus comprising a rotary actuator which prevents head positioning error resulting from vibration and impact. Since head positioning error is generated when the enclosure makes rotating movement due to translational vibration input due to vibration, a vibration proof mech ...


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Walter Gonzalez, John A Gniady: Optical table active leveling and vibration cancellation system. Aura Systems, Anthony T Cascio, Lisa A Clifford, February 15, 1994: US05285995 (72 worldwide citation)

An optical table active leveling and vibration cancellation system is disclosed. The system includes an optical table with three active isolation devices connected to the optical table, and one sole pneumatic device, such that the table is supported on all four corners. Each of the isolation devices ...


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John H Petre: Patient equipment transport and support system. Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Fay Sharpe Beall Fagan Minnich & McKee, January 3, 1989: US04795122 (72 worldwide citation)

A selectively transportable equipment support system is provided for operative association with an invalid transport vehicle such as a hospital bed. The system includes a transport bracket for selective secured association with a hospital bed or a service column. Various patient care items are secur ...


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Jeffrey D Minelli, Dale R Langner, Brian Schoenfish, John B Whiteside: Multi-position articulating mounting apparatus for an electronic device. Garmin Corporation, Devon A Rolf, October 15, 2002: US06464185 (71 worldwide citation)

An apparatus is provided for removably mounting an electronic device to a surface and for positioning the device with respect to the surface. The apparatus includes a cradle securable to the electronic device and a pivot link, which has a first end and a second end. The first end being pivotally cou ...


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Javad Ashjaee: Knock-down satellite positioning system antenna supporting tripod. Javad Positioning, Coudert Brothers, June 23, 1998: US05769370 (71 worldwide citation)

A knocked-down portable geodetic surveying station in kit form is disclosed which utilizes a GPS antenna attached to the top portion of a surveyor's stake, or other type monopole. By positioning the bottom portion of the monopole directly upon a desired ground location, and adjusting the angular pos ...


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Kawazoe Michio: Tripod for a camera. Donald D Mon, October 24, 1978: US04121799 (71 worldwide citation)

A tripod for a camera comprises a casing with a mounting part of a camera, and a slider in the casing. The slider is spring-loaded with a depressing spring so as to go down. A lockable member extends above the slider. To three forked parts of the slider, three legs are respectively hinged and spring ...


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Donald A Kesinger, Eric S Kesinger: Apparatus for hanging TV cable and the like. Edwin H Crabtree, Donald W Margolis, August 22, 1995: US05443232 (70 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for hanging one or more cables such as a coaxial cable and the like from a support bracket. The support bracket having a first clamp and a second clamp. The first clamp of the support bracket is attached to a suspension structure such as a pole, pipe, building structure, etc. The method ...