Adjustable computer system stand

Supports – Stand – Receptacle


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An adjustable computer system stand adapted to support in a generally vertical direction for positioning a computer system, which stand comprises identical first and second molded plastic sections, each section having a base and generally vertically extending supports at the one and other end of the base, having generally horizontally inwardly extending legs, with the legs having a clip at the end thereof, a clip designed to engage in a snap-in relationship with the corrugation of the opposing leg to permit a user to provide for an adjustable-width computer stand formed into the first and second sections.

patent: D287365 (1986-12-01), Judd
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Curtis Manufacturing Company Inc.'s 1991 Product Brochure--Published in Jaffrey, New Hampshire.


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