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Number: 5/655.6
Name: Beds > Support for user`s body or part thereof > Tufted
Description: Support for body or part including a plurality of connectors, usually in the form of stringlike filaments, generally connecting the upper and lower portions of the supports.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8689378 Cushion structure and construction Apr. 8, 2014
5214811 Watertight upholstery button Jun. 1, 1993
4776636 Button forming assembly Oct. 11, 1988
4679851 Cushion and method Jul. 14, 1987
4563785 Cushion with simulated button tuft and method for manufacturing same Jan. 14, 1986
4514869 Top member for a vehicle seat May. 7, 1985
4292703 Ventilated cushions Oct. 6, 1981
4080675 Cushion construction Mar. 28, 1978
4040881 Method of forming tufted cushion elements Aug. 9, 1977
4037296 Method and article for tufting upholstery and the like, and the resulting article of manufacture Jul. 26, 1977
3972093 Button and connecting member assembly Aug. 3, 1976

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