USO0RE41763E

(19) United States (12) Reissued Patent

(10) Patent Number:

Ng (54)

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US RE41,763 E

(45) Date of Reissued Patent:

Sep. 28, 2010

MULTI-PLANE COMPOUND FOLDING

6,443,481 B1 *

9/2002 Stravitz et a1. ............ .. 280/651

FRAME

6,685,199 B2 *

2/2004 Stravitz 6161.

6,848,371 B2 *

2/2005

Inventor:

Kelvin Kin_Chung Ng, Trabuco

280/42 108/165

6,928,934 B2 * 8/2005 Zheng ...................... .. 108/127 2002/0158446 A1 10/2002 Stravitz et a1.

Canyon, CA (US)

FOREIGN PATENT DOCUMENTS

(73) Assignee: Oasis Concepts, Trabuco Canyon, CA DE EP FR JP JP

(Us) (21) Appl.No.: 11/701,944 (22) Filed:

Zheng ......... ..

Feb. 2, 2007

20012511U1 1 208 777 A1 2 817 454 S62-129927 2003-070547

2/2001 5/2002 6/2002 8/1987 3/2003

OTHER PUBLICATIONS Related US. Patent Documents

JPO Noti?cation of Reason for Refusal dated Jul. 28, 2009 in JP patent application No. 2006453476.

Reissue of:

(64) Patent No.:

6,851,564

Issued:

Feb. 8, 2005

European search report for European patent application No.

Appl. No.: Filed:

10/447,612 May 28, 2003

04776149942313iPCT/US2004016847 dated Jul. 18, 2006.

Canadian Of?ce Action in re Application No. 2,519,099

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(52)

Int. Cl. A47F 5/00

dated Sep. 11, 2006. (2006.01)

* cited by examiner

US. Cl. ...................... .. 211/149; 211/201; 108/171;

108/115 (58)

Field of Classi?cation Search ................ .. 211/149,

211/201, 1321; 108/162, 166, 167, 168, 108/171,172,115*135 See application ?le for complete search history.

Primary ExamineriJanet M. Wilkens

Assistant ExamineriTimothy M Ayres (74) Attorney, Agent, or FirmiKenneth H. Ohriner; Perkins Coie LLP

(57)

ABSTRACT

References Cited

A folding frame comprises four Vertical legs and at least one shelf pivotally connected to each of the four Vertical legs,

U.S. PATENT DOCUMENTS

each shelf being capable of folding Vertically upward. The folding frame further comprises two support beams posi

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1,198,431 A

*

9/1916

Forsyth .................... .. 108/163

3,093,247

A

*

6/1963

Erickson

3,097,748 A

*

7/1963 Drabert et a1. ..

3,138,122

A

*

6/1964

Mondineau

3,188,158

A

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6/1965

Sanchez

3,437,058

A

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4/1969

Bue

3,656,439

A

*

4/1972

Domin

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. ... ... .

. . . ..

108/188

108/171

Vertical legs and capable of folding horizontally inward. The

. . . ..

108/171

. . . ..

312/277

. . . ..

108/166

folding frame is moveable between an extended position with each shelf being horizontal and supported by two of the support beams, and a collapsed position with each shelf

. . . ..

108/175

4,522,130 A *

6/1985 Worthington

4,740,010

A

4/1988

5,131,547

A

*

7/1992

Goldberg

6,123,207 A

*

9/2000

Mast ........................ .. 211/149

*

Moskovitz

......

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tioned beneath and on opposite ends of each shelf, each support beam being pivotally connected to two of the four

108/159 . . . ..

280/641

being folded Vertically upward and the support beams being folded horizontally inward.

. . . .. 211/149

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MULTI-PLANE COMPOUND FOLDING FRAME

frame support and foldable movement, the storage rack can

be easily and quickly opened for use by moving the frame members away from each other. In a similar manner, the

storage rack can be easily collapsed by moving the frame

Matter enclosed in heavy brackets [ ] appears in the original patent but forms no part of this reissue speci?ca

members toward each other and into juxtaposition, with the

tion; matter printed in italics indicates the additions made by reissue.

In the closed and collapsed position, the shelf assemblies are

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

substantially completely nested within the frame members, thereby facilitating convenient handling, shipment, and stor

shelf assemblies collapsing by upward hinging movement.

age of the construction.

1. Field of the Invention

Instead of using cross-braces to allow for collapsing of the

The invention relates in general to folding frames. More

frame, the subject invention employs support beams that fold horizontally inward. The support beams of the subject inven

particularly, this invention relates to a folding frame that can

be conveniently opened for use with four vertical legs and multiple shelves. The folding frame can be collapsed through a simple procedure to a compact format. 2. Description of the Related Art

tion also function to support the weight of the foldable shelves in the extended position. Goldberg does not describe the use of inward folding support beams to support the shelves.

Inexpensive foldable furniture has been quite popular for numerous years. Foldable furniture (or folding frames) are pieces of furniture that can be expanded for typical use and

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION 20

collapsed for storage or shipping. A few examples of folding frames include folding kitchen islands, serving carts,

Workbenches, drafting tables, craft tables, gardening carts, and storage shelves. Although traditional folding frames can collapse to a cer tain extent, the folded pro?le of a traditional frame still tends

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multiple layers of shelves.

frames take up more room than necessary. 30

To achieve these and other advantages and in accordance

compact storage. Thus, the need arises for a preassembled folding frame

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be extended to a full-size piece of furniture such as a table or

ther comprises two support beams positioned beneath and on

procedure for transitioning between the collapsed position

opposite ends of each shelf, each support beam being pivot 40

In US. Pat. No. 6,123,207, Mast discloses a shipping rack easily convertible to an extended mode for storing and ship ping product, a display mode for displaying product, and a collapsed mode for storing the rack itself. The rack includes a pair of central support columns and a pair of outer posts on

folding horizontally inward. The folding frame is moveable

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BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the folding frame of the 50

FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional side view of the folding frame

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positions. FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the folding frame of the 60

hingedly collapsible shelf assemblies. Using crossbeams for

present invention in the collapsed position. FIG. 6 is an alternative embodiment of a folding frame of

the present invention in the extended position.

support beams. In US. Pat. No. 5,131,547, Goldberg discloses a collaps ible storage rack assembly including a plurality of

upstanding, generally inverted U-shaped frame members

ing frame as shown in FIG. 1. FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the folding frame of the

present invention in between the extended and collapsed

inward. Mast does not describe the use of inward folding

between which extend a plurality of vertically spaced,

present invention in the extended position. as shown in FIG. 1. FIG. 3 is a bottom view of one of the shelves of the fold

Instead of supporting the shelves by using a central sup port column, the subject invention uses support beams run ning in a horizontal direction to support the shelves. As the folding frame is transitioned into a collapsed position, the

support beams of the subject invention fold horizontally

lapsed position with each shelf being folded vertically upward and the support beams being folded horizontally inward.

mode, the shelves are horizontal. As the columns are raised

a strut. A spring counterbalance system installed within one of the central columns assists the mode conversion of the rack.

ally connected to two of the four vertical legs and capable of between an extended position with each shelf being horizon tal and supported by two of the support beams, and a col

either side of the columns. A plurality of shelves is pivotally mounted between the posts and columns. In the extended with respect to the posts, the shelves pivot to the desired inclination. Once the shelves are essentially vertical and the posts are drawn close to the central columns, the rack is in the collapsed mode. The rack can be secured in any mode by

with the purpose of the invention, as embodied and broadly described herein, the invention provides a folding frame comprising four vertical legs and at least one shelf pivotally connected to each of the four vertical legs, each shelf being

capable of folding vertically upward. The folding frame fur

cart with multiple shelves. In addition, it is desirable that the

and the extended position be simple.

A fourth object of the invention is to provide a folding frame with a simple procedure for transitioning between the

collapsed position and the extended position.

allows furniture products to be shipped in a compact format, but requires assembly by the end user and does not allow for

that can be stored and shipped in a compact format, and can

frame that does not require assembly. A third object of the invention is to provide a folding frame that extends into a full-size piece of furniture with

to be bulky. Even in the collapsed format, traditional folding

Instead of creating folding frames, some companies ship products in ready-to-assemble packages. This method

Accordingly, one object of the present invention is to pro vide a folding frame that can be collapsed into a compact format. A second object of the invention is to provide a folding

FIG. 7 is an alternative embodiment of a folding frame of

the present invention in between the extended and collapsed 65

positions. FIG. 8 is an alternative embodiment of a folding frame of

the present invention in the collapsed position.

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DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS

3) and shelf studs 13 alloW for the vertical folding movement of shelves 12. The combination of beam hinges 16 and cen ter hinge 17 alloW for the horiZontal folding movement of support beams 15. Referring noW to FIG. 5, a perspective vieW of the folding frame of the present invention in the collapsed position is shoWn. When folding frame 10 is in the collapsed position,

Referring noW to FIG. 1, a perspective vieW of the folding frame 10 of the present invention in the extended position is shoWn. In the extended position, folding frame 10 is a full

siZe piece of folding fumiture. Folding frame 10 includes four vertical legs 11 supporting one or more shelves 12.

shelves 12 are folded along dividing line 20 in a substan

Vertical legs 11 are connected horizontally by cross plates 18 and cross beams 66 for reinforcing stability of folding frame 10. In this embodiment, folding frame 10 has tWo shelves 12. It is preferred that shelves 12 are rectangular in shape. HoWever, any shape alloWing for shelves 12 to be connected

tially vertical position. Support beams 15, on the other hand, are folded along center hinges 17 in a substantially horiZon tal manner. Vertical legs 11 connecting the ends of support beams 15 via beam hinges 16 are substantially adjacent to one another.

to all four vertical legs 11 may be used. Each shelf 12 con nects to the four vertical legs 11 via shelf studs 13. Shelf studs 13 alloW for vertical movement of the shelf relative to folding frame 10. Although this embodiment uses shelf studs 13 to connect shelves 12 to vertical legs 11, any other means

Still referring to FIG. 5, folding frame 12 must be siZed so shelves 12 do not obstruct the folding of folding frame 12. Shelves 12 may be long along dividing line 20 because the length of shelves 12 Will not obstruct the vertical upWard

for pivotally connecting shelves 12 to vertical legs 11, such

movement of shelves 12. Shelves 12 cannot be too Wide,

as bolts or hinges, may be used.

hoWever, because shelf Width may obstruct the vertical upWard movement of shelves 12 When folding frame 10

Still referring to FIG. 1, each shelf 12 is further supported by tWo support beams 15. Support beams 15 are positioned beneath and on opposite ends of shelves 12. Each support beam 15 pivotally connects to tWo of the four legs 11 via beam hinges 16, alloWing support beams 15 to pivot in a horiZontal direction. Although this embodiment uses beam hinges 16 to connect support beams 15 to vertical legs 16,

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transitions from the extended position to the collapsed posi tion. By properly setting the Width of shelves 12, folding frame 10 may be less than 6 inches thick in the collapsed

position, thus facilitating transport and storage of folding 25

any con?guration pivotally connecting support beams 15 to vertical legs 16 may be used. Referring noW to FIG. 2, a cross-sectional side vieW of the folding frame as shoWn in FIG. 1 is illustrated. Each support beam has a center hinge 17 capable of pivoting in a horiZon tal direction. The combination of beam hinges 16 and center

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pivot hinges 63 to vertical legs 11 and positioned on top of vertical legs 11 may be used. Table surface 65 can be placed in a horiZontal position by resting on top of legs 11. Table

hinge 17 alloW for each support beam to fold horiZontally inWard. Although this embodiment uses a center hinge 17 to alloW for the movement of each support beam 15, any con

surface 65 can fold into a vertical position for ease of storage 35

?guration alloWing the horiZontal inWard folding of support beam 15 may be used. Referring noW to FIG. 3, a bottom vieW of one of the shelves of the folding frame as shoWn in FIG. 1 is illustrated.

frame 10. Referring noW to FIGS. 6*8, an alternative embodiment of a folding frame 60 of the present invention is shoWn. To facilitate transport, Wheels 64 may be positioned at the bot tom end of tWo or more of the vertical legs 11. In addition, a table surface 65 pivotally attached via pivot arms 61 and

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Shelf 12 includes panels 19a, 19b joined at dividing line 20. Each of the panels 19a, 19b form roughly one half of shelf

and transport. Still referring to FIGS. 6*8, a cable 62 connecting each of the shelves 12 together may be used to assist in the extending and collapsing of folding frame 60. As one shelf 12 is folded vertically upWard, tension in cable 62 causes all shelves 12

to fold vertically upWard together. Although this embodi

12. Panels 19a, 19b are joined by one or more shelf hinges

ment uses a cable, any other device for connecting all shelves 12 together, such as a rod, may be used. When in the

14 to alloW for the vertical upWard folding of shelf 12 along dividing line 20. In this embodiment, three shelf hinges 14

using a locking device 67.

collapsed position, vertical legs 11 may be held together 45

are used. Although this embodiment uses panels 19a, 19b and shelf hinges 14 to alloW shelves 12 to fold vertically

Other embodiments of the invention Will appear to those skilled in the art from consideration of the speci?cation and

upWard, any con?guration alloWing for the vertical upWard

practice of the invention disclosed herein. Possible applica

folding of shelves 12 may be used. Still referring to FIG. 3, beam hinges 16 may include mounting devices 22 for al?xing the ends of support beams 15 to vertical legs 11. Mounting devices 22 are typically

tions of the folding frame include, but are not limited to, 50

ered as exemplary only, With a true scope and spirit of the

short in length so as not to be visible from the side of folding frame 10.

Still referring to FIG. 3, shelf 12 may have position limiting devices 21 that prevent support beams 15 from fold ing horiZontally inWard While folding frame 10 is in

invention being indicated by the folloWing claims. 55

upWard along dividing line 20, support beams 15 fold hori Zontally inWard, and vertical legs 11 are draWn closer together. The combination of shelf hinges 14 (shoWn in FIG.

What is claimed is:

[1. A folding frame comprising: four vertical legs; at least one shelf pivotally connected to each of the four

extended position, thus keeping support beams 15 rigid When folding frame 10 is in the extended position. Cross plates 18 may be used to reinforce the stability of folding frame 10 While in the extended position. Referring noW to FIG. 4, a perspective vieW of the folding frame of the present invention in betWeen the extended and collapsed positions is shoWn. As shelves 12 fold vertically

folding kitchen islands, serving carts, Workbenches, drafting tables, craft tables, gardening carts, and storage shelves. It is intended that the speci?cation and examples to be consid

vertical legs, each shelf being capable of folding verti 60

cally upWard; tWo support beams positioned beneath and on opposite

ends of each shelf, each support beam being pivotally connected to tWo of the four vertical legs and capable of

folding horiZontally inWard; and 65

Wherein the folding frame is moveable betWeen an

extended position With each shelf being horiZontal and supported by tWo of the support beams, and a collapsed

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5 position With each shelf being folded vertically upward and the support beams being folded horizontally

[16. The folding frame according to claim 14 further com prising a table surface capable of being positioned horizon tally on top of the four legs [17. The folding frame according to claim 14 further com

inward]

[2. The folding frame according to claim 1 Wherein if there is more than one shelf, further comprising a connecting

prising a Wheel attached to at least to tWo of the four vertical

device coupled to the shelves for folding the shelves

legs.]

together.]

[18. The folding frame according to claim 14 Wherein

[3. The folding frame according to claim 1 further com

each shelf is set to a desired Width so as not to obstruct the

prising at least one cross plate and one cross beam mounted

folding frame When transitioning from the extended position to the collapsed position.]

to the folding frame.] [4. The folding frame according to claim 1 further com prising at least one position-limiting device to keep the sup port beams rigid When the folding frame is in the extended

[19. The folding frame according to claim 14 further com prising a locking device to secure the vertical legs together

When the folding fame is in the collapsed position.] 20. Afoldingframe comprising: first, second, third andfourth vertical legs;

position.] [5. The folding frame according to claim 1 Wherein each shelf is pivotally connected to each of the four vertical legs

at least two shelves, with each shelfpivotally connected to

via studs.]

each of the four vertical legs, and each shelf being

[6. The folding frame according to claim 1 Wherein each

capable offolding vertically upward;

shelf has tWo panels connected by at least one hinge, each

hinge enabling the shelf to fold vertically upWard.] [7. The folding frame according to claim 1 Wherein each

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support beam is pivotally connected to tWo of the four verti

ends ofeach shelf,‘ each support beam being pivotally connected to two of the four vertical legs and capable

cal legs using hinges.]

offolding horizontally;

[8. The folding frame according to claim 1 Wherein each support beam has a center hinge enabling the support beam

to fold horizontally inWard.]

two support beams positioned beneath and on opposite

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[9. The folding frame according to claim 1 further com prising a table surface capable of being positioned horizon tally on top of the four legs.] [10. The folding frame according to claim 1 further com

first and second pivot arms each having first and second ends, with the?rst end ofeach pivot arm pivotally con nected to the first and second legs, respectively; the second end of each pivot arm pivotally connected to a

table surface; and wherein the folding frame is moveable between an

extended position with each shelf being horizontal and supported by two of the support beams, and the table surface is supported in a horizontal position on top of the four vertical legs, and a collapsed position with

prising a Wheel attached to at least tWo of the four vertical

legs.] [11. The folding frame according to claim 1 Wherein each

shelf is rectangular in shape.]

each shelf being folded vertically upward and the sup

[12. The folding frame according to claim 1 Wherein each shelf is set to a desired Width so as not to obstruct the folding

port beams beingfolded horizontally, and the table sur

frame When transitioning from the extended position to the

face isfolded into a verticalposition alongside the?rst and second legs by pivoting the pivot arms in an arc of more than 180 degrees.

collapsed position.] [13. The folding frame according to claim 1 further com prising a locking device to secure the vertical legs together

When the folding frame is in the collapsed position.]

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[14. A folding frame comprising: four vertical legs; at least one rectangular shelf pivotally connected to each

of the four vertical legs via studs, each shelf having tWo panels connected by at least one hinge, each hinge enabling the shelf to fold vertically upWard; tWo support beams positioned beneath and on opposite ends of each shelf, each support beam being hinged to tWo of the four vertical legs, each support beam having

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cable connecting each of the shelves together, to assist in

extending and collapsing thefoldingframe. 24. Afolding table comprising:

first, second, third andfourth legs; a?rstpivot arm having a?rst end and a second end, with the?rst end ofthe?rstpivot arm pivotally connected to

a center hinge enabling the support beam to fold hori

zontally inWard;

the first leg;

Wherein the folding frame is moveable betWeen an

a secondpivot arm having a?rst end and a second end,

extended position With each shelf being horizontal and supported by tWo of the support beams, and a collapsed

with the?rst end ofthe secondpivot arm pivotally con nected to the second leg; a table surface pivotally connected to the second end of the?rstpivot arm via a?rstpivot hinge, and the table surface pivotally connected to the second end of the

position With each shelf being folded vertically upWard and the support beams being folded horizontally

inWard; at least one cross plate and one cross beam mounted to the

folding frame; and

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position.]

panel pivotally connected to the first and second legs, and with the second panel pivotally connected to the

[15. The folding frame according to claim 14 Wherein if device coupled to the shelves for folding the shelves

together.]

secondpivot arm at a secondpivot hinge;

at least two shelves, with each shelf including a first panel connected to a second panel by a hinge, with the first

at least one position-limiting device to keep the support beams rigid When the folding frame is in the extended

there is more than one shelf, further comprising a connecting

2]. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 20 with the table surface supported only on the four vertical legs, when the folding frame is in the extended position. 22. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 20 with the table surface supported vertically only by the pivot arms, when thefolding frame is in the collapsedposition. 23. The foldingframe of claim ZOfurther comprising a

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third andfourth legs; first and second support beams positioned beneath and adjacent to opposite ends of each shelf,‘ with the first

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35. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24 with the table surface

legs and with the second support beam connected to

comprising a single slab.

third andfourth legs, and with the first and second sup port beams foldable inwardly towards each other; and

36. Afolding table comprising:

the first and second pivot arms moveable through an arc

first, second, third andfourth legs;

ofmore than 180 degrees, and the table surface con nected only to the first and second pivot arms. 25. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24 comprising a plurality

a?rstpivot arm having a?rst end and a second end, with the?rst end ofthe?rstpivot arm pivotally connected to

the first leg;

ofshelves pivotally connected to each of the four vertical

a secondpivot arm having a?rst end and a second end,

legs and capable offolding vertically upward, andfurther

with the?rst end ofthe secondpivot arm pivotally con nected to the second leg; a table surface pivotally connected to the second end of the?rstpivot arm via a?rstpivot hinge, and the table surface pivotally connected to the second end of the

comprising a connecting device coupled to each of the

shelves for folding the shelves together 26. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24further comprising at least one cross plate and one cross beam mounted to the

foldingframe. 27. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24further comprising at

secondpivot arm at a secondpivot hinge;

least one position-limiting device to keep the support beams

at least two shelves, with each shelf including a first panel connected to a second panel by a hinge, with the first

rigid when thefoldingframe is in the extendedposition. 28. The foldingframe ofclaim 24 wherein each shelf is pivotally connected to each of the four vertical legs via studs.

panel pivotally connected to the first and second legs, 20

29. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24 wherein each shelfhas

third andfourth legs; and

two panels connected by at least one hinge, each hinge

with the first and second pivot arms movable through more than 180 degrees ofrotation, wherein the?rst and

enabling the shelf to fold vertically upward. 30. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24 wherein each support beam is pivotally connected to two of the four vertical legs

second pivot arms are parallel to the first and second legs, respectively, as the table is movedfrom a folded to

using hinges.

an unfolded position.

3]. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24 wherein each support

37. Thefolding table ofclaim 36further comprising?rst

beam has a center hinge enabling the support beam to fold

horizontally inward.

and second support beams positioned beneath and adjacent to opposite ends of each shelf,‘ with the first support beam pivotally connected to the first and fourth legs and with the second support beam connected to third andfourth legs, and with the first and second support beams foldable inwardly

32. Thefoldingframe ofclaim 24 wherein each shelfis set to a desired width so as not to obstruct the foldingframe

when transitioning from the extended position to the col

lapsed position. 33. The foldingframe of claim 24 further comprising a locking device to secure the vertical legs together when the

foldingframe is in the collapsedposition. 34. The folding frame of claim 24 with the pivot arms moveable about three quarters of a turn about the first and secondpivot hinges on the?rst and secondpivot arms.

and with the second panel pivotally connected to the

towards each other. 35

38. The folding table of claim 36 with the table surface connected only to the first and second pivot arms. *

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Multi-plane compound folding frame

Feb 2, 2007 - The combination of beam hinges 16 and center hinge 17 alloW for each support beam to fold horiZontally. inWard. Although this embodiment ...

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