Chair takes heavyweight approach to back pain
- Back a winner. Stanton, Justin // Cabinet Maker;01/29/99, Issue 5123, p14
Features Trent Upholstery's Adjustaseat which allows customers to create a chair that will fit them. Adjustable lumbars; Possible positions; Remote control units; Comfort as key design consideration; Development costs; Benefits for bad back sufferers; Products shortcomings; Remarks of Roger...
- Greenwood chairmaking. Lynch, Thomas // Woodworker's Journal;May/Jun97, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p66
Describes the author's employment of traditional techniques to make sturdy Shaker-style chairs. Author's management of lumber operations; Most technical operation in chairmaking; Utilization of a stainless-steel kettle for bending the slats; Cutting tenons; Seat weaving.
- Folding sun seat. Perry, Richard // Woodworker's Journal;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p29
Presents a guide to folding-chair making. Materials; Construction of the seat's parts; Assembly of the parts.
- Handy fold-up. Hillier, Rose-Marie // Australian House & Garden;Dec97, Vol. 99 Issue 1, p32
Looks at the IKEA Sennik chair. Cost of the chair.
- Portable posterior pleasure. L.R. // Boating;Feb98, Vol. 71 Issue 2, p108
Focuses on fighting chairs, which are used on boats. How the chair is assembled; Design of the chair; Cost of the chair; Contact information.
- Easy Chair. // Arthritis Today;Nov/Dec97, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p8
States that the Pneumatic Gas Lift Chair by True Seating Concepts is recommended, by Betty Hartline of Plano, Texas. Uses of the chair; Details information on chair; Where chair can be found; Contact point.
- Crafty chair. // Working Mother;Mar98, p60
Presents the Rocking Reader Chair. Features of the chair; Cost of the chair.
- Visitors' chair offers stacks of features. // Cabinet Maker;07/03/98, Issue 5095, p22
Features the Girsberger 3300 visitors' chair designed by Dieter Stierli. Backrest shell of dyed-through plastic; Made up of highly flexible material; Ability to adjust horizontally to accommodate various body sizes; Removable back cushion.
- Finding a Good Computer Chair Isn't a Seat-of-the-Pants Decision. Goldsborough, Reid // Business Journal (Central New York);04/28/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 17, p23
Offers tips on how to select a computer chair. Consideration of carriage and contour; Principles of seatology or the science of seating; Sampling of chair models and their characteristics.