Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Percussion instrument mounting apparatus










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #5520292.

An articulated support apparatus for percussion instruments comprising first, second and third upright legs, a primary elongated bar structure extending generally horizontally between and supported by the first and second legs, and a secondary elongated bar structure extending generally horizontally between and supported by the second and third legs; the primary bar structure including multiple primary elongated segments, and there being a primary hinge structure connecting at least two of the primary segments to relatively pivot about a primary vertical primary hinge axis, and whereby the second and first legs may be selectively relatively pivoted about the axis; and support structure on at least one of the bar structures to support percussion instruments; the bar segments having substantially rectangular cross sections to slidably support said support structure.








 
 
  Recently Added Patents
System and method for outputting virtual textures in electronic devices
Program recording medium, image processing apparatus, imaging apparatus, and image processing method
Authorization method for location based services
Human activity monitoring device
Pear tree named `PremP109`
Method and system for coding an information signal using closed loop adaptive bit allocation
Method and apparatus for selective decoding in a wireless communication system
  Randomly Featured Patents
Method for MRI data acquisition and reconstruction with minimal latency
Novel dipeptide derivatives, and method of measuring enzymatic activity
XRF system having multiple excitation energy bands in highly aligned package
Liquid level sensing device and methods of making an operating the same
Catechin multimers as therapeutic drug delivery agents
Load responsive fluid control valves
Automatic vacuum packaging machine and method
Pneumoperitoneum needle
Method and configuration for interacting with a display visible in a display window
Self-regulating porous heating device