Abstract: Target positioning system with a rectangular flat table top member having downwardly disposed side walls and three primary legs to support the table top member. Two primary legs are hingedly attached to the left and right rear corners of the table top member. One primary leg is hingedly attached under the center front portion of the table top member. Each leg has a telescoping secondary leg member that is capable of being affixed to the to the primary leg member to adjust the height of the primary leg member. The table top member left and right side walls include slots for receiving a strap. The strap can be adjusted in length to hold a standard archery target cube. The flat table top member includes upwardly facing flange located at the rear edge of the table top to prevent the target block from being thrust backward during target practice.
Abstract: An out-feed roller support stand having a sturdy, stable base that folds for compact storage. A support mast that telescopes into and is adjustable within the base supports a work support head that includes an adjustable cross bar on which a row of pivoting caster wheels are mounted. An alternative embodiment includes a ramp for guiding sagging ends of work-pieces up onto the caster wheels. Both the height and angle between the adjustable cross bar and floor are adjustable after the position of the support mast has been adjusted in order to position the support head in roughly the correct location.
October 12, 2004
Date of Patent:
January 5, 2010
Lee Valley Tools, Ltd.
Robin C. Lee, Steven K. Jones, Scott T. Roger
Abstract: This invention provides a stand for a camper that will allow the camper to be used in an elevated position when it is removed from the truck. The stand is to be attached to the bottom of camper. The legs easily fold up to put the camper back on the truck, and fold down when it is off the truck. The legs are designed with axle and angle braces for side-to-side stability, and fold down past the 90-degree angle so the legs will tension the folding braces for front to rear stability. The main frame, which attaches to the camper, is the size of the camper structure that is within the truck box, therefore the stand supports the camper as it would be supported when in the truck box. This stand can be attached as an after market product or could be used as the base for construction of a camper.
Abstract: The present invention discloses a contractible table leg structure, comprising: an external sleeve; a folding rod, being a rod member with a cross section substantially in successive V-shaped turning surfaces, and having an included angle in the middle, a plurality of folding surfaces to define a plurality of interface corners, and the folding rod passing through the interior of the external sleeve; a bolt member, being secured on the external sleeve, and its inner end corresponding to the included angle of the folding rod; and when bold the bolt member being tightly secured, so that the folding rod produces a deformation stress to press the interface corner against the inner wall of the external sleeve and fix the position of the folding rod.
Abstract: A bench slide mount is provided, comprising a flat rectangular plate with roller slides connected to its sides, and two hinges connecting the plate to an L-shaped bench mount bracket. The bench slide mount has particular utility in connection with coupling tools to a workbench for operational use of the tools, with a unique capability to extend, pivot, and rotate for storing the tools below the workbench.
Abstract: An overbed table includes a table portion and a telescoping support column. The column includes an outer column portion and an inner column portion. The inner and outer column portions have surfaces adjacent each other. A bearing cage is oriented between the adjacent surfaces of the inner and outer column portions. Bearings are captured between the surfaces and the bearing cage. The bearings engage the surfaces to promote projection of the inner column portion from, and retraction of the inner column portion into, the outer column portion. The overbed table also includes a first table section supported by the column for movement horizontally with respect to the column, and a second table section coupled to the first table section and the column such that movement of the second table section results in sliding movement of the first table section.
April 13, 2001
Date of Patent:
September 9, 2003
Hill-Rom Services, Inc.
Gerald D. Eckstein, Christopher M. George, Raymond C. Gould, David W. Hornbach, Ken Q. Rudolph, Michelle Walker, Robert Mark Zerhusen
Abstract: An overbed table configured to support a table section above a patient support surface, such as a hospital bed. The overbed table includes a frame having a base and a substantially vertical support column for supporting the table section. In one illustrative embodiment, a display device is supported by the overbed table. In a further illustrative embodiment, a camera is supported by the overbed table.
August 2, 2002
June 19, 2003
Christopher M. George, Robert M. Zerhusen, Carl W. Riley, Ryan A. Reeder, Michael E. Cerimele, David W. Hornbach, Michelle Larsen Walker
Abstract: A merchandise display case has several trays, each installed to pivot freely about first hinge pins at two opposite sides on uprights to form a deformable parallelepiped with these uprights. Second pivot hinge pins mount the uprights on a frame. The second hinge pins of at least one pair of articulated uprights at opposite ends close to the same longitudinal side of the trays are fixed to a structure that can slide vertically with respect to the frame.
Abstract: This invention is an adaptable computer stand designed to support a laptop computer or keyboard over a user's lap while sitting in a chair or bed. The stand includes a wide, low profile base designed to fit under a living room chair commonly found in a home. Attached perpendicularly to the base is a vertically aligned, fixed pole. Attached to the upper end of the fixed pole is an adjustable, L-shaped extension pole designed to be selectively raised or lowered on the fixed pole, rotate, and then lock in a desired position. Attached to the upper end of the extension pole is a length-adjustable, rotating extension arm. The stand also includes a planar support member used to support a keyboard or laptop computer. Attached to the bottom surface of the support member is a locking universal joint, which, during assembly, is connected to the distal end of the extension arm. The universal joint enables the support member to tilt and rotate as desired.
Abstract: A camper stand including a pair of elongated frame members mounted in parallel to the bottom of a camper. A pair of leg assemblies are pivotally supported intermediate the elongated frame members. Each leg assembly includes a crossbar, a pair of outer sleeves attached to the crossbar, and a pair of telescoping members with each telescoping member being positioned at least in part within a respective one of the outer sleeves. Each telescoping member has a plurality of holes, a selected one of which is engaged by a pin passing through the respective outer sleeve to fix the length of each leg. Each leg assembly is fixed in the extended position by a pair of detachable braces. The leg assemblies are folded to lie flat against the bottom of the camper to permit the camper to be mounted on the bed of a truck.