Abstract: A drawer (1) for a corner cabinet includes a front panel (4) angled inwards, two drawer side walls (2), a rear wall (5), and a drawer base (3). The front panel (4) has at least two plates (7?3?) which, when the drawer (1) is extended from within the corner cabinet, move relative to the drawer side walls (2) at the beginning of the opening process and at the end of the closing process.
Abstract: An arrangement with a movable portion of an article of furniture, in particular a drawer (3) or the like, includes a drive unit (5) and a regulating device (1) for regulating the drive unit (5). The arrangement has a preferably analog force measuring device (2), and the force measuring device (2) produces a force signal which is characteristic for forces (20) applied from the exterior to the movable portion (3) of the article of furniture and which can be fed to the regulating device (1).
Abstract: An arrangement having at least one movable furniture part, in particular having a drawer or the like, having at least one drive unit and at least one regulating device for regulating the at least one drive unit, wherein the arrangement (7) has at least one, preferably analog, acceleration measuring device (2), with the at least one acceleration measuring device (2) generating an acceleration signal that is characteristic of accelerations caused by forces applied to the at least one movable furniture part (3) from the outside and that may be supplied to the at least one regulating device (1).
Abstract: An extension guide fitting for drawers includes an extension rail at the drawer side, a carrier rail at the furniture body side, and a middle rail which runs between the extension and carrier rails at both sides of the drawer. The load between the rails is transmitted by running rollers which are mounted in separate carriages. Mounted in the front region of the carrier rail are at least two stationary support rollers on which the extension rail runs via a running limb so as to support the extended rail at least in the closed condition of the drawer.
Abstract: A hinge with a hinge cup can be inserted into a boring in a furniture part. A damper housing is fixed onto the hinge cup, and the damper housing can be fastened onto or removably secured to the hinge cup. The damper housing is disposed at least partially outside the boring when the hinge cup is inserted into the boring in the furniture part.
Abstract: A drawer has a drawer side wall on each side, a rear wall, a front terminating wall, a drawer base plate and transverse dividers. A horizontal rail is arranged on the inside of each drawer side wall, extending from the drawer rear wall to the front terminating wall. The rails are provided with holes and/or depressions in which holding tabs or the like of the dividers may latch.
Abstract: A retraction device for drawers includes a displaceable entrainment member (12) which is subjected to the force of two springs (14, 15) and which can be releasably coupled to a holding member (6) secured to a portion of an article of furniture. One of the springs (15) can be releasably coupled to the entrainment member (12) and one spring (14) is constantly connected to the entrainment member (12).
Abstract: A movable portion of an article of furniture, in particular a drawer, flap or door, includes at least one preferably electrical drive unit and a triggering device for actuation of the drive unit. The triggering device is at least partially arranged at the movable portion of the article of furniture, and has at least three different switching states. The triggering device has two touch switches (5a, 5b), preferably mechanical touch switches, IR-touch switches or capacitive touch switches, and the direction of actuation (Y1, Y2, Z1, z2) of the switches is identical to the desired direction of movement (X1, X2) of the moved portion of the article of furniture.
Abstract: A braking and damping device for movable pieces of furniture has a fluid-cylinder (1) in which two pistons (2, 5) are arranged in a linearly displaceable manner. One of the pistons (2) is displaceable by a piston rod (3). Arranged between the two pistons (2, 5) is an elastically deformable sealing member, which, when damping occurs, is deformed by being squeezed between the two pistons (2, 5) and pressed against a cylinder wall (7).
Abstract: A hinge is to be used for a piece of furniture with a frame and with a door wing secured to the frame. The hinge has a bedplate to be fitted to the frame, which bedplate carries an intermediate piece and a hinge arm. Furthermore, a joint-adjustment screw and a device for the depth adjustment of the hinge arm are provided. In one of the bedplate, intermediate piece, and hinge arm, a rotatable part is housed for the height adjustment of the hinge arm relative to the bedplate. The intermediate part and/or the hinge arm is able to be moved relative to the bedplate via the rotatable part.
Abstract: A pull-out guide for drawers (2, 3, 4) includes, on the two sides of the drawer (2, 3, 4), a support rail on the carcass side and a pull-out rail (6) on the drawer side. The pull-out rails (6) have hooks (8) at their rear ends, and the hooks have horizontal holding lugs (10) which in the mounted position project into openings (9) in the drawer (2, 3, 4). The position of the holding lugs (10) or the hooks (8) with the holding lugs (10) on the pull-out rails (6) is adjustable in the vertical direction.
Abstract: A hinge (2) is used for furniture having a frame (3) and with a door wing (1) secured to the frame (3). The hinge (2) has a bedplate (5) to be fitted to the frame (3), which bedplate carries a hinge arm (7), and a joint-adjustment screw (24). The hinge arm (7) is provided directly on the bedplate (5), the bedplate (5) and the hinge arm (7) being connected to each other by a common axle (22). Furthermore, the hinge arm (7) is able to be tilted relative to the bedplate (5) by the joint-adjustment screw (24), which is held in the hinge arm (7). The hinge arm (7) is able to be moved in the direction of the depth of the item of furniture by means of an eccentric (37) or a spiral disk (29).
Abstract: A hinge for anchoring a door leaf (2) to a frame (1) of an item of furniture has a base plate (5) that may be secured to the frame (1) and an intermediate piece (3) on which there is mounted a hinge arm (4) connected to a hinge pot (8) that may be secured to the door leaf (2) by way of at least one articulating pin (9). An adjusting and/or fixing mechanism is provided by means of which the hinge arm (4) may be fixed in different positions on the intermediate piece (3). The intermediate piece (3) is provided with a bracket (15) that has lateral marginal projections (15?) and is punched out of the intermediate piece (3). The hinge arm (4) has a region that is C-shaped in cross-section. Inwardly directed projections (7) of this region reach behind the marginal projections (15?) of the bracket (15), as a result of which the hinge arm (4) is anchored to the bracket (15).
Abstract: A hinge for articulating a door to a frame of a piece of furniture includes a base plate mounted on the frame. The base plate bears a hinge arm to which a hinge boss is articulated by a hinge pin. An intermediate member is positioned between the hinge arm and the base plate. The base plate, the intermediate member and the hinge arm are connected by a pin. The intermediate member is tiltable with respect to the base plate by virtue of an adjustment screw, and the hinge arm is linearly moveable on the intermediate member in a direction of the depth of the piece of furniture.
Abstract: A drawer insert, in particular a cutlery insert, which may be adapted to different drawer sizes. The drawer insert comprises a plurality of separate trays (6, 7) each delimiting a receiving space. At least one of the trays (7) is compressible in a resilient manner. The trays (6, 7) are surrounded by a frame (8) whereof lateral delimiting struts (9) are compressible in a resilient manner.
Abstract: A hinge for mounting a door on a frame of an article of furniture such as a cabinet or desk, includes a hinge member adapted to be mounted to a door and a hinge arm. The hinge arm has a first end pivoted to the hinge member mounted to the door and a second end which is adapted to be mounted to the frame. The second end of the hinge arm has first and second flanges disposed at a right angle to each other to abut first and second sides of the frame when in the mounted position. A fastening screw is received in an opening of the second flange and extends parallel to said first flange. A threaded section of the fastening screw protrudes from the second flange. The length L of the first side flange in a direction perpendicular to the second flange is greater than the length l of the protruding part of the threaded section of said fastening screw.
Abstract: A fluid damper, in particular for moving furniture parts, includes a cylinder and a piston linearly displaceable within the cylinder. The piston has at least one opening for a damping fluid provided in the cylinder, and the fluid damper further includes at least one movable ring disk in the area of the opening(s). The at least one ring disk (8, 9, 10, 11) is arranged such that it at least partially covers the opening(s) (15) of the piston (3) during the damping stroke of the piston (3).
Abstract: In an item of furniture having a movable furniture part, such as a drawer, door or folding part, a damping apparatus damps movement of the movable furniture part. The damping apparatus is constructed as a negative-pressure damping apparatus or combined pressurized and negative-pressure damping apparatus. It has a piston (3) and a resiliently deformable piston part (6) in the piston rod (4). This resiliently deformable piston part (6) is pressed against the cylinder wall during the damping procedure.
Abstract: A pull-out guide assembly for a drawer (1) has, on both sides of the drawer (1), a respective pull-out rail (5) on the drawer side and a respective support rail (3) on a furniture body side. Where appropriate, a central rail (6) is arranged displaceably between the support rail (3) and the pull-out rail (5). The pull-out rail (5) is inserted in a drawer side wall and fixed therein. A damper which damps the push-in movement of the pull-out rail (5) before the latter reaches the rear end position is provided. The damper (10) acts on a slide (9) which is guided displaceably on the pull-out rail (5). The slide (9) has a stop (8) by means of which it abuts against the body rail (3) or the central rail (6) before the pull-out rail (5) reaches its rear end position.