Thin displays (LED displays, etc.) have been widely used as display devices for purposes such as viewing television programs and displaying operation screens of personal computers. The advantage of such a thin display is that the thickness of the monitor part (display) is small, and the weight of the display is lighter than conventional products such as CRT displays. Since the weight of the display part has been reduced, it becomes easier to adjust the height position and angle of the display. For example, there are currently known types such as linear motion type brackets, arc type motion type brackets, and folding type brackets.
In the monitor stand, the monitor can be adjusted to a lower position, while if the monitor is adjusted to a lower position, the support parts and connectors can be seen from above the monitor, which will damage the appearance.
Mounting a constant force spring on the monitor stand makes it difficult to see the support from above the monitor even when the monitor is adjusted to a lower position.
A supporting portion supporting the display, a base contacting the mounting surface, and a post connecting the supporting portion and the base, and the supporting posts are arranged to overlap each other and slide thereon.
The monitor mount includes an interlocking portion for the telescoping post, wherein the interlocking portion is configured to hold the monitor in a desired position by the biasing force of a constant force spring having a spring portion.
In this stand, the monitor can be raised and lowered by sliding a plurality of pillar members arranged to overlap each other, so the movable range of the monitor can be sufficiently maintained even with the length of each pillar. Members are shortened. You can make it bigger. As a result, the pillar can be hidden from view from above the display even when the display is in the lower limit position.
Does your nail gun have the problem of not hitting the nail? Because there is no tension in the constant force spring that pushes the nail, naturally, no nail can be driven. The pushing device of the nail gun uses the constant force spring, because the constant force spring has the characteristic of keeping the constant force in the long...
Spring to ensure good elastic performance, that is, absorb a lot of elastic energy without plastic deformation; Sufficient plasticity and toughness to prevent impact fracture. According to the stress nature, the spring can be divided into tension spring, compression spring, torsion spring and bending spring. According to the shape, it can be divided into dish spring, ring spring, plate spring,...
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Torsion springs are an essential component in various mechanical systems. They provide a rotational force, also known as torque, to ensure the smooth functioning of devices such as door hinges, clock mechanisms, and even mouse traps. Among the different types of torsion springs, the constant force torsion spring stands out for its ability to maintain a consistent torque throughout its...
Introduction: In the world of engineering and manufacturing, the significance of high cycle torsion springs cannot be overstated. These essential components play a vital role in various devices and machines, providing the necessary force and stability for optimal performance. This article aims to delve into the importance of high cycle torsion springs, highlighting their essential features, applications, and the benefits...
Constant force springs are specialized springs that are used to provide a constant force over a range of motion. This makes them ideal for use in a variety of applications, such as automotive or robotic systems.under we will take a closer look at what constant force springs are and how they can be used. What are constant force springs? A...