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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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Clifford Raab: Lightweight plastic furniture. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton, February 9, 1999: US05868081 (77 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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Morrison Andrew Ivar, Hannah Bruce R: Furniture construction. Art Metal Knoll Corporation, February 8, 1972: US3640576 (50 worldwide citation)

An article of furniture utilizing two identical sidepiece members and two identical stretcher members. The sidepiece and stretcher members are laterally coupled together such that upon pivotal movement of the stretcher members in one direction, the sidepiece members move toward each other and can be ...


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Antonio F Aginar: Furniture construction. Jacobs & Jacobs, November 25, 1980: US04235473 (48 worldwide citation)

Furniture is constructed from a plurality of units, each unit having a uniform thickness and a pair of parallel side faces with at least one shaped edge surface. The composite of the edge surfaces of the units, when arranged in a predetermined, spaced face-to-face relationship, defines at least one ...


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Matt Tarnay, Clifford Raab: Lightweight plastic furniture. Virco Mfg Corporation, James E Brunton Esq, May 9, 2000: US06058854 (40 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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Arthur A Apissomian: Table with resilient edge. Homecrest Industries Incorporated, Kinney & Lange, March 12, 1985: US04503780 (36 worldwide citation)

A furniture construction such as a table is made using a method for attaching a closed loop stretchable edging to a rigid rim of the table. The method includes stretching the edging with an apparatus having a plurality of dog plates that extend outwardly from a common axis to a size greater than the ...


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Bottemiller Donald L: Furniture construction. Homecrest Company, November 13, 1973: US3771583 (35 worldwide citation)

A construction for securing plastic webbing members to a furniture frame in which a bar is rigidly secured parallel to and spaced from each of two opposed frame members, between which the webbing members are to extend, and in which each end of the webbing is passed over one of the frame members, the ...


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Amerigo Terenzoni: Furniture construction. Laney Dougherty Hessin & Beavers, February 12, 1980: US04188066 (35 worldwide citation)

An improved furniture construction is provided having a framework designed to receive a series of upholstery panels which are installed merely by press fitting them into place within the framework. The framework includes a side frame having an interior portion with an exterior portion attached to a ...


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Elmo E Miller: Welt lock furniture construction. August 16, 1994: US05338091 (33 worldwide citation)

Webbing is attached to a furniture frame by a hem and welting, which are laid in a channel and locked in with a strip that is slipped under the webbing and into the channel. This arrangement also holds the locking strip in place. The strip is removable so the webbing can be cleaned or replaced. The ...



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