Abstract: A Roman-type blind drapery structure includes a Roman-type drapery made up of a blind body wherein the blind body has an upper tubular section transversely disposed at the top edge thereon for an upper beam made of a major/minor telescopic rod to be led there-through, and both ends of the pull cord are led vertically downwards from the bottom edge of the upper tubular section to pass sequentially through a plurality of cord-passage hoops that are equidistantly seamed from top to bottom in axial position relative to the pull cord at the rear side of the blind body thereon. A lower tubular section is disposed at the lower section of the blind body for a rod-like counterweight to be located therein, and both ends of the pull cord are correspondingly drawn inwards and gathered up by a retaining piece to form a pulling section suspending downwards at the ends thereof.
Abstract: A pull cord control device for Venetian blind includes a mounting body made up of an engagement piece having symmetrical registration posts for positioning rollers to be mounted thereto, and a limiting piece equipped with a pair of teeth racks symmetrically extending at both sides thereon in mesh with a control gear disposed at one side thereof to define a confinement space there-between for a coupling post with an embossed mounted thereto to be located in the middle thereof. A U-shaped groove is vertically indented at the inner side of the limiting piece therein for a U-shaped and metallic protection rod to be located therein and abutted against the upper edge of the confinement space thereof A decoration lid of an oval shape with a pull-cord passage slot disposed thereon is integrally formed at one end of the limiting piece thereof with the protection rod exposed precisely at the inner lower edge of the pull-cord passage slot thereof.
Abstract: A cordless blind can include an upper beam, a body, and a plurality of magnet components. Generally, the body is attached to an underside of the upper beam. The body may include a top and foldable slats. One slat can be the bottommost slat. Generally, the plurality of magnet components are equidistantly distributed from the bottommost slat upward to the top of the body and alignable when the body is in a folded position. The cordless blind can have no pull cords or lift cords.
Abstract: A blind slat assembly for door/window Venetian blinds includes a door/window frame made up of a plurality of side brackets wherein the left and right side brackets are provided with a plurality of retaining holes disposed at the corresponding inner sides thereon respectively for blind slats to be mounted thereto, and a linkage rod is attached at the same side of the blind slats thereon. A thicker locating rod is disposed at the center of the blind slat thereon, and a protruded coupling section is extending at both ends of the central locating rod thereof respectively to be registered with the retaining holes of the left/right side brackets thereof so as to attach the blind slat onto the door/window frame thereby.
Abstract: A blind slat control mechanism include a pair of first rope ladders mounted between an upper and tower beams of a Venetian blind for a plurality of slats to be equidistantly abutted against for location thereby, and the upper ends of the rope ladders are wound through adjustment rollers of mounting seats adapted at both inner sides of the upper beam to control the rotation of the slats in different angles thereby. A pull cord, led through cord-passage holes of each slat, is wound through a pulley seat mounted at one end of the upper beam to control the folding or unfolding operation of the slats thereby. A sliding guide plate is disposed at the corresponding side of both mounting seats thereof for a second rope ladder and a driving cord to be fixedly attached thereto respectively. The second rope ladder, bestriding the bottommost slat thereof in an U-shaped form, has a plurality of positioning steps alternatively astride the slats in odd or even number.
Abstract: A roller mount on the upper beam of a Venetian blind is made up of a bottom board, and a pair of opposite side boards wherein each side board thereof is provided with an arc opening through hole concaved at the upper edge thereof for a protruded fixing post of an adjusting wheel to be mounted thereon, and the bottom board thereof is equipped with a central round through hole and a pair of squared through holes with a pair of vertical supporting walls extending symmetrically between the central through hole and the squared through holes to define an elongated engaging chamber there-between for a roller to be housed therein.
Abstract: A Venetian blind for day/night use includes a fixed upper beam attached at the top of a door/window, a movable beam disposed beneath the fixed upper beam, and a lower beam disposed at the bottommost thereof wherein a light-penetrable folding blind (slats) with cord passing holes disposed thereon is attached between the fixed upper beam and the movable beam thereof, and a sheltering folding blind (slats) with cord passing slots distributed thereon is located between the movable beam and the lower beam thereof. The fixed upper beam has three equally spaced cord passages arranged at the bottom side thereon in alignment with three through holes disposed at the upper surface of the movable beam thereon. A sheltering-blind pull cord unit and a light-penetrable-blind pull cord unit are respectively led through engaging holes with locating members mounted therein at both lateral sides of the fixed upper beam thereof and extend downwards till fixedly tied up to the movable beam and the lower beam respectively.
Abstract: An end securing device for a telescopic tube includes a vacuum sucker made up of a suction cup, a retaining piece, a control piece, and an activation piece to be mounted to both ends of a telescopic tube thereof respectively wherein the suction cup has a driven post protruding at one side of a conic suction space to be engaged with the retaining piece thereby, and the retaining piece has a registration column and a central through hole in sleeve engagement with a coupling groove of the control piece. The driven post of the suction cup led through an engaging through hole of the control piece is securely screwed up to a linkage rod of the activation piece thereof.
Abstract: A retaining bracket structure for a cordless continuous folding blind including a pair of flexible retaining brackets. Each of the two flexible retaining brackets, of plastic materials, is made up of a pressing plate protruding at the middle section thereof, a pair of C-shaped clamping arms symmetrically extending at both sides of the pressing plate thereof, and a pointed hook bending inwards at each end of the C-shaped clamping arms thereof. In operation, the pressing plate of the flexible retaining bracket is applied from a front of the blind to abut against an upper side of the continuous folding blind collected from bottom to top at a desirable position, and the C-shaped clamping arm are bent downwards to extend backwards at the underside until the pointed hooks clamp from a rear of a top of the collected continuous folding blind.
Abstract: A retaining structure for a cordless continuous folding blind includes an upper beam, a continuous folding blind attached to the bottom of the upper beam, and a retaining plate fixed at opposing ends of a bottommost slat of the continuous folding blind via a fastening agent or seamed to the bottommost slat. The retaining plate has an extending section protruding outwards at each outer edge of the bottommost slat and a flexible counterweight stick securely fixed at an inner central section. The retaining plate is selectively bent and folded inwards to abut against a predetermined number of collected slats of the folding blind to locate the blind in a predetermined position.
Abstract: A pattern variable fabric drapery comprises an upper beam with a double-layered fabric drapery attached thereto wherein the upper section of the double-layered fabric drapery has a plurality of elongated tubular holes equidistantly disposed thereon for long rods to be adapted therein, and the lower section thereof has a plurality of symmetrical left and right tubular holes disposed thereon for left and right elongated rods to be adapted therein respectively The fabric drapery thereof also includes a plurality of left and right hanging pieces with hanging rings and central hanging pieces with cord-passage rings seamed into a Y-shaped pattern thereon for a left and a right pull cords to be adapted thereto; whereby, via the left and right pull cords without any preset extra length reserved, the fabric drapery thereof is gathered up with the lower section thereof raised up in a fan-like pattern and the upper section thereof withdrawn orderly in folds, economically simplifying the process of assembly and reducing
Abstract: A lace-like structure of a hive-shaped Venetian blind comprises a blind body made up of a plurality of wave-like arc slats paired up into oval-shaped blind units in cross section. Each wave-like arc slat has a pair of extended flanges disposed at the front and rear sides thereof. Rollers with lace-producing convex edges disposed thereon are adapted to clamp tight the extended flanges thereof and synchronically seal up the pair-up wave-like arc slats via ultrasonic welding art with lace-like patterns cut at the extended flanges thereon via the lace-producing convex edges thereof. Thus, via the lace-producing rollers, the blind body thereof are automatically and synchronically assembled in ready and speedy manner to provide a Venetian blind with lace-like patterns disposed at the front and rear sides thereof in beautiful display.
Abstract: A folding blind structure has an upper and a lower beams with a pair of overlapping inner and outer blind layers attached there-between wherein the inner blind layer has consecutive large transverse V-shaped folding sections with long adhering sections disposed at the middle thereof, while the outer blind layer has small transverse V-shaped folding sections with short adhering sections disposed at the inner edge thereof. Via rollers clamping tight the long and short adhering sections synchronically for fastening thereof, the inner and outer blind layers are automatically assembled with large hollow arc patterns formed at the front section of the combined inner and outer blind layers, and small hollow arc patterns disposed at the rear side of the large transverse V-shaped folding sections thereof.
Abstract: A non-pull cord blind structure includes a blind body attached to the underside of an upper beam wherein a plurality of elongated passages are equidistantly seamed from bottom to top of the blind body thereof for a support stick to be led and adapted therein respectively. A buckling piece of a fastening belt or a hook is properly attached to the bottommost elongated passage, correspondingly matched to a plurality of buckling rings equidistantly fixed to the other elongated passages thereof respectively. Thus, via the buckling piece registered with the buckling rings thereof, the blind body is levelly raised upwards and located at a desired position thereby without any pull cords applied thereto so as to ensure the safety of children in the household.
Abstract: The bending machine adapted for production of foamed decoration articles of doors and windows is provided with a round upper mold and a round lower mold. The former has a central through hole equipped with a retaining member. A hydraulically operated presser is placed above the round upper mold so as to permit the upper mold to move up and down and to spin. The latter has a peripheral flange on a specific section of the upper face and the lower end is equipped with a spinning transmission mechanism to drive the lower mold. At one side and at a distance from the lower mold is disposed a positioning push rod which is engaged with a pneumatically operated device driving the positioning push rod to move back and forth. At the front of the lower mold and the positioning push rod is placed a retaining mount having a housing groove.
Abstract: A telescopic stick includes a retaining mount, a supporting sleeve, an inner tube, and an outer tube wherein the retaining mount has a base disposed at one side thereof, a step-wise through hole disposed at the center of the base thereof, a resilient stop block protruding at the upper surface of the base thereof, and a half-tubular abutment plate extending outwards at the lower surface of the base thereof. The supporting sleeve has a circular registration recess defined by an engagement ring and an abutment face of the same diameter at both sides thereof respectively, and a sleeve column with axial flexible ribs distributed thereon to be adapted at the corresponding outer side of the inner and outer tubes therein respectively.
Abstract: A cord collector for a blind having upper and lower beams with a blind body attached and a cord collector disposed beneath the lower beam wherein the blind body has a plurality of central cord-passage holes equidistantly spaced for a cord to be led through. The cord is fixed to the upper beam at a first end, led through the cord-passage holes, the lower beam and the cord collector, and connected at a second end to a retaining cap. In use, the blind is adjusted to a desired height, the cord is drawn downwards to reveal an extending section that is wound around left and right guide arcs of the cord collector, and then turned in crisscross to be adapted at a rear retaining slot and front L-shaped holding slots respectively via an arc guide plate so as to completely retrieve the extending section on to the cord collector.