TODAY’S PATENT – FURNITURE FRAME
‘Furniture frame’ (US4136411) was invented by Hansruedi Fanti, who received his patent for the same on January 30th, 1979 by the USPTO.
The present invention relates to a furniture frame but not an exclusive reclining one. There were prior art inventions made of rigid materials inserted into a recess. These inventions could not be incorporated with the same longitudinal carriers for manufacturing of cheaper ones without any resilient mounting.
An object of the present invention is to create a reclining furniture frame with resilient cross-batten fastening, which makes it possible to avoid the above disadvantages. This improvised invention provides:
(a) spaced carrier members with a plurality of recesses,
(b) A plurality of retaining members each having a recess.
(c) Cross-battens extending between a respective pair of the retaining members, and
(d) An elastic member which is detachably retained by each of the retaining members.