Adjustable Leg For Table

- Jun 09, 2018-

1. An adjustable leg (1) for supporting a support top of a table, said leg defining an extension axis (A), a first end (4) of the leg, and a second end (5) of the leg, opposite the first end, comprising: - a plurality of leg members (10, 20, 30) mutually slidably engaged along the extension axis (A); wherein at least one leg member (20, 30) of said plurality is defined by an outer surface (21, 31) extending about the extension axis (A) and at least another contiguous leg member (10, 20) is defined by an inner surface (12, 22) configured to slidably receive said outer surface of the at least one member along the extension axis (A); wherein said inner surface (12, 22) of said at least another contiguous member (10, 20) faces and is complementary to said outer surface (21, 31) of said at least one member (20, 30) contrast members (24, 25, 33, 34) interposed between the outer surface of said at least one leg member and the complementary inner surface of said at least another contiguous leg member, by elastic contrast between said outer surface and said inner surface; wherein the elasticity of said contrast members (24, 25, 33, 34) and the elasticity of said leg members (10, 20, 30) are designed to form a forced coupling between said at least one leg member (10, 20, 30) and said at least another contiguous leg member (10, 20, 30), to generate a static friction force there between so that said static friction force opposes an outer force applied to the second leg end (5) towards the first leg end (4) along the extension axis (A) and concurs to lock in rest the leg members (10, 20, 30) to one another.

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