Fancy goods and saddlery, of textile materials
Saddlery and harness for any animal made from any material (including traces; leads; knee pads; muzzles; saddle cloths; saddle bags; dog coats and the like
Saddlery and harness for any animal, of any material
CPA 15.12.11: Saddlery and harness for any animal, of any material
Saddlery and harness; luggage, handbags and the like; other articles of leather
The device for attaching upholstery buttons (10) is a device adapted for fastening an upholstery button (B) to an upholstered article.
Upholstery and automotive leather
The invention also concerns the use of said composition (not excluding the fluorinated POS as possible constituents in said composition) for producing joints in situ and/or as adhesive (in particular in upholstery).
There is provided for the outer housing to be a material covering such as upholstery or fabric, such as, but not limited to fabric or leather.
The subject of the invention is a body of a mass transit vehicle chair, to be used as a carrying structure for the placement of upholstery linings on it.
A carbon fiber tack trunk is described.
In another example, a method is described to fabricate a carbon fiber tack trunk.
The skin incorporates a pocket (12) which is inflated by means of a valve (13) situated at the rear.
In an example, an equestrian tack trunk comprises a base, walls and a lid made from carbon fiber.
The composite parts may be seamed to fabricate the carbon fiber equestrian tack trunk.
The fabric provides good support and ventilation, and is suitable for use as a surface fabric in automotive and seating applications.
The saddle cover comprises a skin (10) which stretches over a conventional bicycle saddle (14).
The method may include manufacturing composite parts of the carbon fiber equestrian tack trunk from carbon fiber.
It can be used for forming the damping element to enhance the comfort and/or safety of saddles, cars or footwear for example.
The invention relates to a method for producing leather parts (18), which can be processed using saddler technology, from prefabricated final leather (12) for the automotive field.
In principle, the split leather hide can also be trimmed, cut to size and optionally split to a desired thickness and lined with the formation of split leather parts (19) which can be processed using saddler technology.