US Pat. No. 9,072,190

CABLE MANAGEMENT ARM

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management arm comprising:
a first arm;
a second arm;
a frame pivotably connected between the first and second arms;
an extension board fixed to the bottom of the frame;
a support seat having a support board;
a first connection element connected to the first arm;
a second connection element connected to the second arm;
a third connection element connected to the support seat;
a first support member pivotably connected to the support seat and contacting the support board of the support seat;
a second support member slidably connected to the first support member and retractable relative to the first support member;
a first resilient member connected between the first and second support members so that the second support member is pulled
relative to the first support member by the first resilient member;

a slide pivotably connected to the bottom of the frame and contacting the extension board, the slide slidably connected to
the second support member, and

the first arm being located at a fixed first position by the first connection element, the second arm being located at a movable
second position by the second connection element, the support seat being located at a fixed third position by the third connection
element, when the second connection element of the second arm is moved away from the first connection element of the first
arm, the frame is moved away from the support seat by sliding movement of the slide along the second support member, the slide
moves the second support member to extend relative to the first support member, and the first support member swings relative
to the support seat.

US Pat. No. 9,402,329

CABLE MANAGEMENT ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A cable management assembly, comprising:
a first cable management arm arranged with a first mounting hole and a positioning hole, the first mounting hole comprising
a first hole portion and a second hole portion; and

a cable management device detachably mounted to the first cable management arm, the cable management device comprising a base,
a first mounting portion and an elastic portion, the first mounting portion being connected to the base, and comprising a
first protruding section and a second protruding section substantially connected to the first protruding section perpendicularly,
the elastic portion being arranged on the base;

wherein the first protruding section of the first mounting portion of the cable management device is capable of entering the
second hole portion from the first hole portion of the first mounting hole of the first cable management arm, and the second
protruding section of the first mounting portion is blocked by a first blocking section adjacent to the second hole portion,
the elastic portion of the cable management device is configured to enter the positioning hole to be blocked by at least one
blocking wall of the first cable management arm.

US Pat. No. 9,480,183

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, mounted to a rack by means of at least one bracket assembly, wherein the rack includes a post hole
and the bracket assembly includes a side plate, an end plate bending from the side plate, an arm member movably connected
to the side plate and including a blocking portion, and a mounting member connected to the end plate and mounted to the post
hole of the rack, the slide rail assembly comprising:
a first rail, connected to the side plate of the bracket assembly;
a second rail, longitudinally and movably connected to the first rail; and
an engaging member, connected to the second rail and including a contact portion,
wherein when the second rail is pulled and moved along a direction with respect to the first rail to a predetermined position,
the blocking portion of the arm member blocks the contact portion of the engaging member so that the second rail is blocked
at the predetermined position;

wherein the engaging member includes a base plate connected to the second rail and an inclining portion bending from the base
plate, the contact portion being located on the inclining portion, and when the second rail is blocked at the predetermined
position, the inclining portion being pressed to separate the contact portion of the engaging member from the blocking portion
of the arm member;

wherein the second rail includes a rail hole and a hole edge adjacent to the rail hole, the engaging member further including
a supporting portion connected to the inclining portion and bent towards the second rail, and the supporting portion including
a blocking wing penetrating the rail hole and blocked by the hole edge.

US Pat. No. 9,504,181

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail defining a longitudinal channel;
a second rail movably connected to the first rail and longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail;
a bracket base connected to the first rail and including at least one longitudinal groove;
a supporting base movably mounted to the bracket base, the supporting base including a wall portion and at least one supporting
portion transversely connected to the wall portion, wherein the wall portion and the at least one supporting portion jointly
define a supporting channel corresponding to the longitudinal channel of the first rail, and the second rail is allowed to
displace into the supporting channel; and

at least one connecting element, the at least one connecting element including a head and a body connected to the head, the
body of the at least one connecting element extending through the at least one longitudinal groove and being connected to
the wall portion of the supporting base such that the head of the at least one connecting element is blocked on one side of
the bracket base.

US Pat. No. 9,474,182

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail defining a first passage along a first direction;
a first connection base movably connected to the first rail and movable relative to the first rail between a first position
and a second position in the first passage;

a second rail capable of moving relative to the first rail along the first direction; and
a second connection base connected to the second rail;
wherein the first rail comprises two first sidewalls and a first lateral wall connected between the two first sidewalls, the
first passage is defined by the two first sidewalls and the first lateral wall, the slide rail assembly further comprises
a middle rail movably connected to the first rail and movable relative to the first rail in the first passage, the middle
rail comprises two second sidewalls and a second lateral wall connected between the two second sidewalls, a second passage
is defined by the two second sidewalls and the second lateral wall along the first direction, the second rail is movably connected
to the middle rail and movable relative to the middle rail in the second passage.

US Pat. No. 9,066,587

SLIDE RAIL SYSTEM AND CONNECTING DEVICE USED FOR SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail system comprising:
a slide rail assembly comprising:
a first rail having a longitudinally extending main body; and
a second rail longitudinally slidable relative to the first rail, the second rail having a longitudinally extending main body,
and a rear portion; and

a rear connecting device located at the rear portion of the second rail, the rear connecting device comprising:
a main body comprising a supporting portion and a transverse portion substantially perpendicularly connected to the supporting
portion;

a locking element pivotally connected to the supporting portion of the main body, the locking element comprising a head and
a locking rod connected to the head, the locking rod having a contact portion; and

a movable element movably provided between the main body and the locking element, the movable element comprising a first plate
portion and a second plate portion substantially perpendicular to the first plate portion;

wherein when the head of the locking element is rotated to a first position, the contact portion of the locking rod is pressed
against the first plate portion of the movable element such that the movable element is positioned on the main body; and

wherein once the head of the locking element is rotated from the first position to a second position, the contact portion
of the locking rod is no more pressed against the first plate portion of the movable element, and the movable element is therefore
allowed to be displaced relative to the main body.

US Pat. No. 9,370,121

CABLE MANAGEMENT DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management device applicable to a rack server and comprising:
a first support arm comprising a front portion, a rear portion, and a first guiding portion located at the front portion of
the first support arm;

a second support arm comprising a front portion, a rear portion, and a first guiding portion located at the front portion
of the second support arm; and

a connecting member movably connected between the first support arm and the second support arm, the connecting member comprising
a front guiding portion and a rear guiding portion;

wherein the first guiding portion of the first support arm is movable along and relative to the front guiding portion of the
connecting member, and the first guiding portion of the second support arm is movable along and relative to the rear guiding
portion of the connecting member; and

each of the front guiding portion and the rear guiding portion of the connecting member is a curved groove, and each of the
first guiding portion of the first support arm and the first guiding portion of the second support arm is a protruding block
movable only within a limited space defined by a corresponding one of the curved grooves.

US Pat. No. 9,480,182

CABLE MANAGEMENT ARM

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management arm, comprising:
a first cable management mechanism including: a first arm member; a second arm member connected to the first arm member; a
first connecting device connected to the first arm member, the first connecting device including a first connecting section,
a second connecting section, and a passage at the first connecting section; a supporting bracket connected to the second connecting
section; and a second connecting device connected to the second arm member;

a first supporting mechanism including; a first supporting rail for supporting one of the first arm member and the second
arm member of the first cable management mechanism; a second supporting rail telescopically connected to the first supporting
rail; a movable member connected to the first supporting rail, the movable member being movably mounted to the passage of
the first connecting device of the first cable management mechanism; and a fastener connected to the second supporting rail;

a second cable management mechanism including: a first arm member; a second arm member connected to the first arm member;
a first connecting device connected to the first arm member, the first connecting device including an extension; a supporting
bracket connected to the extension, the supporting bracket being releasably connected to the fastener of the first supporting
mechanism; and a second connecting device connected to the second arm member; and

a second supporting mechanism including: a first supporting rail for supporting one of the first arm member and the second
arm member of the second cable management mechanism; a second supporting rail telescopically connected to the first supporting
rail; a movable member connected to the first supporting rail, the movable member being movably mounted to the first connecting
device of the second cable management mechanism; and a fastener connected to the second supporting rail, the fastener being
releasably mounted to the supporting bracket of the first cable management mechanism; wherein the supporting bracket of the
first cable management mechanism is adjacent to and below the first connecting device of the first cable management mechanism
such that, with the fastener of the second supporting mechanism mounted to the supporting bracket of the first cable management
mechanism, the second cable management mechanism lies below the first cable management mechanism; and wherein the supporting
bracket of the second cable management mechanism is adjacent to and above the first connecting device of the second cable
management mechanism such that, with the fastener of the first supporting mechanism mounted to the supporting bracket of the
second cable management mechanism, the first cable management mechanism lies above the second cable management mechanism.

US Pat. No. 9,370,120

SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide assembly for installing a chassis to a rack, the rack having a first post and a second post, the first and second
posts each having a plurality of holes, the chassis having a hook portion, characterized in that the slide assembly comprises:
a first rail having opposing first and second ends, the first rail defining a first slide path longitudinally therein;
a second rail being slidable relative to the first slide path of the first rail;
a third rail slidably connected between the first and second rails;
a first bracket, a first end of the first bracket being connected adjacent to the first end of the first rail, a second end
of the first bracket being adapted to be connected to the first post of the rack;

a second bracket, a first end of the second bracket being connected adjacent to the second end of the first rail, a second
end of the second bracket being adapted to be connected to the second post of the rack;

wherein the first bracket includes:
a bracket board having a first portion and a second portion, the second portion is bent and extends from an end of the first
portion;

at least one projecting member connected to the second portion of the bracket board;
an engaging member pivotally connected to the bracket board and having a body portion, a first fastening portion and a second
fastening portion, the first and second fastening portions substantially and perpendicularly connected to an end of the body
portion, the second fastening portion is bent and extends from an end of the first fastening portion so that an engaging space
is bounded by the first post and the second fastening portion when the second end of the first bracket is connected to the
first post of the rack;

a connecting member having a base portion fastened to the bracket board, the base portion having opposing first and second
sides and a front and rear side, the base portion further having a pair of parallel spaced ears extending perpendicularly
from the first and second sides and a tab extending from the front side, the tab having an aperture formed therein, said engaging
member being pivotally connected to said pair of ears, and said connecting member being sandwiched between said bracket board
and said engaging member; and

a resilient member extending from the body portion of the engaging member for providing a force to the engaging member, the
resilient member being removably inserted within the aperture of the tab of the connecting member to maintain the first fastening
portion of the engaging member close to the at least one projecting member such that the at least one projecting member is
located in a recess formed between the first fastening portion and the second fastening portion and thereby connected to the
first post of the rack,

wherein the hook portion of the chassis is adapted to be inserted into the engaging space bounded by the first post of the
rack and the second fastening portion of the engaging member to contact against the second fastening portion, whereby the
chassis is prevented from being pulled out from the rack when being installed to the rack.

US Pat. No. 9,265,344

ADJUSTING DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. An adjusting device, comprising:
a first plate having a first axial portion;
a second plate having a first contact portion and a second contact portion;
a fixed member sandwiched between the first plate and the second plate, the fixed member having a first hole and a window,
wherein the first hole is aligned with the first contact portion of the second plate, and the window is aligned with the first
axial portion of the first plate and the second contact portion of the second plate;

a first adjusting member joining the first and second plates through the window of the fixed member, the first adjusting member
including an adjusting portion and an eccentric portion protruding from the adjusting portion, wherein the adjusting portion
of the first adjusting member contacts against an edge of the second contact portion of the second plate, and the eccentric
portion of the first adjusting member is rotatably received in the first axial portion of the first plate; and

a first locking member having a portion extending sequentially through the first contact portion of the second plate and the
first hole of the fixed member and being secured to the first plate such that the second plate is able to swing, relative
to the fixed member, about an axis defined by the first locking member in response to rotation of the first adjusting member;

wherein the second plate has a connecting portion aligned with a second hole formed on the fixed member, a second locking
member has a portion extending sequentially through the connecting portion of the second plate and the second hole of the
fixed member and being secured to the first plate, and the connecting portion has a first sidewall and a second sidewall which
are spaced apart by a predetermined distance and between which the portion of the second locking member is located such that
the second plate is allowed to swing relative to the fixed member within a range with the portion of the second locking member
retained between the first sidewall and the second sidewall of the connecting portion of the second plate.

US Pat. No. 9,375,087

BRACKET AND MOUNTING DEVICE THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A bracket, comprising:
a base including a lateral plate and an end plate generally perpendicularly connected to the lateral plate;
at least one mounting member extending through the end plate of the base; and
a mounting device including:
an engaging member including a supported portion, an engaging projection, and an arm portion connected between the supported
portion and the engaging projection, wherein the supported portion is pressed against the base;

an elastic member providing an elastic force acting on the engaging member such that the engaging projection of the engaging
member is kept at a predetermined position by the elastic force provided by the elastic member; and

an inserting member extending through the end plate of the base, the inserting member including a body and a head connected
to the body, the body of the inserting member including a recessed area and a fastening portion located in the recessed area
on a side adjacent to the head;

wherein a distance between the engaging projection and the end plate of the base is defined as an engaging distance, a distance
between a front end of the at least one mounting member and the end plate of the base is defined as a supporting length, and
the engaging distance is less than the supporting length and greater than a thickness of an object with which the bracket
is to be engaged; and

the inserting member further includes a channel, the arm portion of the engaging member is inserted in the channel of the
inserting member, and the engaging projection of the engaging member juts out of the channel in response to the elastic force
of the elastic member.

US Pat. No. 9,383,038

CABLE MANAGEMENT ARM SUPPORTING DEVICE AND MOUNTING ASSEMBLY THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management arm supporting device, to be mounted to a first slide rail assembly and a second slide rail assembly,
wherein the first slide rail assembly includes a first rail, a second rail, and a third rail movably connected between the
first rail and the second rail, the cable management arm supporting device comprising:
a first arm having a first end and a second end;
a first mounting member connected to the first arm at a position adjacent to the first end, the first mounting member being
mounted to the first rail of the first slide rail assembly;

a second arm movably connected to the first arm at a position adjacent to the second end;
a second mounting member connected with the second arm, the second mounting member being mounted to the second rail of the
first slide rail assembly;

a plurality of cable supporting features connected with at least one of the first arm and the second arm;
a supporting base having a first supporting portion and a second supporting portion generally perpendicularly connected with
the first supporting portion;

a first supporting member and a second supporting member, wherein the first supporting member is movably connected with the
first supporting portion of the supporting base, and the second supporting member is telescopically connected with the first
supporting member and mounted to the third rail of the first slide rail assembly; and

a third mounting member pivotally connected with the second supporting portion of the supporting base, the third mounting
member being releasably connected with the second slide rail assembly.

US Pat. No. 9,125,489

FIXING DEVICE FOR A SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide assembly comprising:
a support member and a bracket connected to the support member, the bracket having a side wall and an end wall, the side wall
having a window, the end wall substantially perpendicularly connected to the side wall;

at least one installation member connected to the end wall of the bracket;
an insertion member connected to the end wall of the bracket and having a slot defined therein, the end wall having a through
hole and the insertion member extending through the through hole;

an engaging member slidably connected relative to the bracket and having an operation portion and an arm, the operation portion
located corresponding to the window of the side wall of the bracket, the arm extending through the slot of the insertion member
and having a first protrusion; and

a resilient member providing a force to the engaging member to extend the first protrusion beyond the slot of the insertion
member.

US Pat. No. 9,072,194

CABLE MANAGEMENT DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management device comprising:
a first cable management arm;
a second cable management arm;
a cable management seat pivotably connected between the first and second cable management arms;
an extension board fixed to the cable management seat;
a support seat having a support board;
a first connection element connected to the first cable management arm;
a second connection element connected to the second cable management arm;
a third connection element connected to the support seat;
a first support member having a first connecting end and a first free end which is located corresponding to the first connecting
end, the first support member pivotably connected to the support seat by the first connecting end, the first support member
contacting the support board of the support seat;

a second support member having a second connecting end and a second free end which is located corresponding to the second
connecting end, the second support member slidably connected to the first support member so as to extend relative to the first
support member to move the second free end away from the first support member, the second free end having a guide member which
is extended therefrom and located between the first and second cable management arms;

a first resilient member connected between the first and second support members so as to provide a pull force to the second
support member; and

a slide pivotably connected to the extension board and slidably connected to the second support member;
wherein, the first cable management arm is connected to a stationary first position by the first connection element, the second
cable management arm is connected to a changeable second position by the second connection element, the support seat is connected
to a stationary third position by the third connection element, when the second connection element of the second cable management
arm is moved away from the first connection element of the first cable management arm, the cable management seat slides along
the second support member by the slide and moves away from the support seat, the slide contacts the guide member and extends
the second support member relative to the first support member so as to swing the first support member relative to the support
seat.

US Pat. No. 9,237,671

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY FOR RACK SYSTEM

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly adapted to be installed to a chassis, the chassis comprising a first chassis and a second chassis,
the first chassis having a retaining member, the second chassis having a sliding member, wherein the slide rail assembly comprises:
an outer rail;
an inner rail longitudinally movable relative to the outer rail and having a top wall, a bottom wall and a side wall, the
side wall connected between the top and bottom walls and having at least one fixing portion and at least one sliding portion,
the at least one fixing portion including a first installation hole and a retaining hole, the first installation hole communicating
with the retaining hole and having a diameter larger than a diameter of the retaining hole such that the retaining member
of the first chassis is allowed to be inserted in the at least one fixing portion via the first installation hole and be further
shifted to the retaining hole, the at least one sliding portion including a second installation hole and a slot, the second
installation hole communicating with the slot and having a diameter larger than a width of the slot such that the sliding
member of the second chassis is allowed to be inserted in the at least one sliding portion via the second installation hole
and be further shifted to the slot; and

a first positioning member connected to the side wall of the inner rail and located corresponding to the at least one fixing
portion of the inner rail, the first positioning member having a resilient section extending contiguously to a contact portion,
the contact portion overlapping at least a portion of the first installation hole and terminating at an edge configured to
maintain the retaining member at least partially engaged with the retaining hole.

US Pat. No. 9,642,279

RAIL MOUNTING STRUCTURE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A rail mounting structure, comprising:
a rail member comprising a first mounting slot and a second mounting slot;
an auxiliary member movably mounted to the rail member, the auxiliary member comprising a first portion and a second portion;
and

a resilient member for providing a resilient force acting on the auxiliary member;
wherein the resilient force of the resilient member keeps the auxiliary member at a predetermined position relative to the
rail member where the first portion and the second portion of the auxiliary member are adjacent to the first mounting slot
and the second mounting slot respectively; and

the first mounting slot comprises an entrance portion and a positioning portion, the entrance portion of the first mounting
slot extends downward from a top of the rail member and forms an entrance, and the positioning portion of the first mounting
slot extends substantially perpendicularly from a bottom of the entrance portion for a distance.

US Pat. No. 9,237,804

DRAWER SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A drawer slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail movably connected to the first rail, the second rail comprising a pair of sidewalls and a main wall extending
between the sidewalls, the main wall comprising a mounting portion;

a movable member movably mounted on the main wall of the second rail, the movable member having a mounting hole, a first hole,
and a second hole, wherein the mounting hole corresponds to the mounting portion of the second rail, the first hole has two
lateral sides and defines a width as a distance between the two lateral sides, the first hole further has a top side and a
bottom side and defines a height as a distance between the top side and the bottom side, and the second hole has a hole wall;

a supporting member, at least a portion of which passes through the first hole of the movable member, is connected to the
second rail, and has a width and a height; and

an adjusting member comprising a cam and a shaft eccentrically connected to the cam, wherein at least a portion of the cam
presses against the hole wall of the second hole of the movable member, and the shaft passes through the second hole of the
movable member and is connected to the second rail;

wherein the width of the supporting member is generally equal to the width of the first hole of the movable member, and the
height of the supporting member is less than the height of the first hole of the movable member such that, when the adjusting
member is rotated, the movable member is pushed by the cam and is thereby displaced upward or downward relative to the supporting
member; and

the main wall of the second rail has a first projection and a second projection, and the movable member is linearly displaceable
relative to the second rail under guidance of the first projection and the second projection of the second rail.

US Pat. No. 9,144,173

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY FOR USE IN RACK SYSTEM AND REINFORCEMENT MEMBER THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly comprising:
an outer rail having a longitudinal length and two side walls connected two sides of the outer rail, a bridge wall connected
between the two side walls, a longitudinal path defined between the two side walls and the bridge wall;

an inner rail slidably connected to the longitudinal path of the outer rail;
a front support connected to a front end of the outer rail and secured to the bridge wall;
a first rear support fixedly installed to the bridge wall of the outer rail and having two first support portions and a first
side portion being connected between the two first support portions, a first path defined between the insides of the two first
support portions and the first side portion;

a second rear support movably located in the first path of the first rear support, the second rear support having two second
support portions and a second side portion being connected between the two second support portions, and

a reinforcement member having a body, two first support parts and at least two second support parts, the two first support
parts and the at least two second support parts extending from the body and toward opposite directions, the two first support
parts connected to the outer rail and embracing the two side walls, the at least two second support parts connected to the
second rear support and embracing the two second support portions.

US Pat. No. 9,066,591

FIXING DEVICE FOR A SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide assembly comprising:
a support member;
a bracket connected to the support member, the bracket having a side wall and an end wall, the side wall having a window,
the end wall having a through hole formed therein and being substantially perpendicularly connected to the side wall;

at least one installation member connected to the end wall of the bracket;
an insertion member extending through the through hole in the end wall of the bracket and having a slot defined therein, the
insertion member having a body and a head connected with the body, the body of the insertion member having a recessed area
and a first locking portion which is located in the recessed area and adjacent to the head;

an engaging member pivotally connected relative to the bracket and having an operation portion and an arm, the operation portion
located corresponding to the window of the side wall of the bracket, the arm extending through the slot of the insertion member
and having a first protrusion; and

a resilient member providing a force to the engaging member to extend the first protrusion beyond the slot of the insertion
member.

US Pat. No. 9,237,808

BRACKET ASSEMBLY FOR SLIDE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A bracket assembly, comprising:
a bracket including a longitudinal body and an end plate disposed on the longitudinal body;
at least one inserting member disposed on the end plate of the bracket;
a first arm movably connected to the bracket, the first arm having a first hook portion at one end thereof corresponding in
position to the end plate of the bracket; and

an elastic member configured to urge the first hook portion of the first arm towards the bracket;
wherein the bracket further includes a first connecting base and a second connecting base which are disposed on the longitudinal
body of the bracket, the first arm is pivotally connected to the first connecting base, and wherein the bracket assembly further
comprises a second arm pivotally connected to the second connecting base.

US Pat. No. 9,185,976

ADJUSTING DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. An adjusting device applicable to a furniture system, the furniture system including a drawer housing, a drawer face panel,
and a slide rail assembly, the slide rail assembly at least including a fixed rail and a movable rail slidable relative to
the fixed rail, the fixed rail being fixedly mounted to the drawer housing, the adjusting device comprising:
a fixed member fixedly mounted to the movable rail of the slide rail assembly, the fixed member comprising a first hole and
a window;

a first plate connected to the fixed member, the first plate having a first axial portion corresponding in position to the
window of the fixed member;

a second plate connected to the fixed member, the second plate having a first plate section and a second plate section substantially
perpendicularly connected to the first plate section, the drawer face panel being mounted to the second plate section, the
first plate section having a first contact portion and a second contact portion, wherein the first contact portion corresponds
in position to the first hole of the fixed member, and the second contact portion corresponds in position to the window of
the fixed member;

a first adjusting member comprising an adjusting portion and an eccentric portion connected to the adjusting portion, wherein
the adjusting portion contacts against the second contact portion of the second plate, and the eccentric portion extends through
the window of the fixed member and is movably connected to the first axial portion of the first plate; and

a first locking member having a portion which extends sequentially through the first contact portion of the second plate and
the first hole of the fixed member and is connected to the first plate;

wherein the second plate is angularly adjustable relative to the fixed member in response to displacement of the first adjusting
member such that the drawer face panel is angularly adjustable relative to the drawer housing.

US Pat. No. 9,144,174

CABLE MANAGEMENT ARM ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management arm assembly comprising:
a first arm;
a second arm;
a cable base pivotally connected between the first arm and the second arm;
a plate fixedly connected to a bottom of the cable base;
a supporting base;
a first connecting unit connected to the first arm;
a second connecting unit connected to the second arm;
a third connecting unit connected to the supporting base;
a first supporting member pivotally connected to the supporting base and abutting against the supporting base;
a second supporting member movably connected to the first supporting member, the second supporting member being extensible
and retractable relative to the first supporting member;

a sliding base connected to the plate and movably connected to the second supporting member; and
an elastic element connected between the first supporting member and the second supporting member so that the second supporting
member can be elastically pulled relative to the first supporting member by the elastic element;
wherein the first arm is mounted at a fixed first predetermined position via the first connecting unit; the second arm is
mounted at a variable second predetermined position via the second connecting unit; the supporting base is mounted at a fixed
third predetermined position via the third connecting unit; and when the second connecting unit of the second arm is displaced
away from the first connecting unit of the first arm, the cable base is moved away from the supporting base due to the sliding
base sliding on the second supporting member, and the sliding base drives the second supporting member to extend relative
to the first supporting member and drives the first supporting member to rotate relative to the supporting base.

US Pat. No. 9,526,338

MOUNTING BRACKET FOR SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A mounting bracket for a slide assembly comprising:
a side wall extending in a longitudinal direction and having a face and a contact member formed thereon;
an end wall substantially perpendicular to the side wall;
at least one installation member connected to the end wall;
a stop extending in the longitudinal direction and pivotably connected to the side wall by a pivotal member and having a first
portion, a second portion, and a middle portion connected to the first and second portions, the middle portion having a first
free end portion and a second free end portion, the stop being pivotally displaceable between first and second positions,
at least one of the first portion and the second portion having an extension section extending transversely therefrom to bear
against the face of the side wall, the extension section remaining spaced from the end wall and limiting the pivotal displacement
of the stop, the side wall includes two lugs and two supports, each of the two lugs has a hole, and the holes of the two lugs
are located corresponding to each other, the two supports are located between the two lugs, each of the two supports has an
arc concave located corresponding to the holes of the two lugs, each of the first and second portions has a first side, a
second side and a connection wall which is connected between the first and second sides, each of the first and second sides
has a hole, the two respective holes of the first and second sides are located symmetrically with each other, both of the
second sides of the first and second portions are positioned between the two supports of the side wall, both of the first
sides of the first and second portions are positioned between the two lugs of the side wall, the pivotal member pivotably
connects the stop to the side wall via reception of the pivotal member in the holes of the two lugs, the arc concaves of the
two supports, and the holes of the first and second sides; and

a resilient member releasably captured between the stop and contact member to extend transversely across the pivotal member,
the resilient member being biased to an extended configuration to position the stop at the first position, the resilient member
being deflected intermediately about the pivotal member when the stop is in the second position to capture a post against
the end wall.

US Pat. No. 9,364,089

SELF-CLOSING SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY WITH DECELERATION MECHANISM

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A self-closing slide rail assembly with a deceleration mechanism, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail;
a stop portion provided at the second rail;
a self-closing mechanism mounted to the first rail such that, while the second rail is being retracted in a first direction
from an extended position toward a retracted position relative to the first rail, the self-closing mechanism automatically
moves the second rail back to the retracted position by means of the stop portion, the self-closing mechanism including:

a housing;
a movable member movably connected with the housing, the movable member including an actuating portion; and
an elastic member for applying to the movable member an elastic force in the first direction; and
the deceleration mechanism including:
a base;
a supporting member movably connected with the base, the supporting member having a portion corresponding to the movable member
of the self-closing mechanism; and

a deceleration spring for applying to the supporting member an elastic force in a second direction opposite the first direction,
wherein the elastic force applied by the deceleration spring is less than the elastic force applied by the elastic member;

wherein while the second rail is being so operated as to be displaced in the first direction from the extended position toward
the retracted position with the actuating portion of the movable member being engaged with the stop portion, the movable member
drives the supporting member in response to the elastic force applied by the elastic member such that, with the elastic force
applied by the deceleration spring that is able to counteract the elastic force applied by the elastic member, the movable
member automatically and slowly moves the second rail back to the retracted position;

wherein the base includes a first longitudinal section; the first longitudinal section at least includes a first wall, a second
wall, a front wall, a rear wall and a bottom wall extending between the first wall of the base and the second wall of the
base; the first wall, the second wall, the front wall, the rear wall, and the bottom wall define a damping room; the supporting
member further has a friction portion movably corresponding to the damping room of the base; and at least one of the first
longitudinal section and the friction portion of the supporting member further includes a friction surface such that, when
the supporting member is driven by the movable member, the friction portion of the supporting member is displaced relative
to the damping room of the base and resistance is provided by the friction surface.

US Pat. No. 9,723,746

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a bracket base connected to the first rail;
a first bracket having the bracket base movably connected thereto;
a second bracket longitudinally offset from the first bracket, the second bracket movably supporting the first rail to remain
laterally offset from the first bracket; and

a second rail movably connected to the first rail and longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail, wherein the
first rail is drivable responsive to the second rail to displace the bracket base relative to the first bracket.

US Pat. No. 9,247,814

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly for mounting a lateral side of a chassis to a rack, the slide rail assembly comprising:
a first rail including an upper wall, a lower wall opposite to the upper wall, and a sidewall connected between the upper
wall and the lower wall, wherein the upper wall, the lower wall, and the sidewall define a longitudinal channel;

a second rail slidably connected to the first rail, the second rail including an upper wall, a lower wall opposite to the
upper wall, and a sidewall connected between the upper wall and the lower wall, the sidewall of the second rail having a mounting
portion to engage a mounting member formed on the lateral side of the chassis; and

a ball assembly including a ball retainer and a plurality of balls arranged in the ball retainer, the ball assembly being
movably mounted between the first rail and the second rail, the ball retainer having a lateral portion extending into a space
between the sidewall of the first rail and the sidewall of the second rail;

wherein a projecting block protrudes from a surface along the sidewall of the second rail into the longitudinal channel to
remain spaced from the sidewall of the first rail, the projecting block being fixedly disposed relative to the mounting portion
longitudinally offset therefrom, the projecting block defining a ramped structure, and

wherein the projecting block, upon contact with the lateral portion of the ball retainer during a longitudinal movement of
the ball retainer relative to the projecting block, pushes the lateral portion of the ball retainer away from the sidewall
of the second rail, thereby maintaining a clearance between the lateral portion of the ball retainer and the surface along
the sidewall of the second rail for the duration of the longitudinal movement beyond the projecting block.

US Pat. No. 9,211,008

SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide assembly comprising:
a first rail having a first elongate body with an inner side;
a second rail having a second elongate body with an inner side, the first and second rails being coupled in longitudinally
slidable manner with the inner sides of the first and second rails opposing one another, wherein at least one of the first
and second elongate bodies has a body opening formed therein; and

at least one positioning device having a support member and a dowel, the support member defining a fixing portion fixed to
the at least one of the first and second elongate bodies, and a resilient arm having a bent portion extending from the fixing
portion with the resilient arm having a resilient arm opening through which a fixing member passes, said resilient arm terminating
at a free end to remain transversely deflectable, the bent portion being received in said body opening to engage an inner
wall thereof when the resilient arm is moved in response to a force applied thereon, the dowel being disposed on the resilient
arm of the support member in transverse alignment and coupled to said fixing member to extend transversely away from an outer
surface of the at least one of the first and second elongate bodies wherein said fixing member transversely extends through
the resilient arm of the support member and is securely fixed to the dowel.

US Pat. No. 9,526,334

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail;
a running carriage slidably mounted to the first rail for carrying the second rail;
a correction mechanism mounted to the first rail, the correction mechanism including an action member and a pushing member
movably connected to the action member, wherein the action member is able to be driven by the second rail to displace the
pushing member for displacing the running carriage to a position; and

a pivotal connecting element for pivotally connecting the action member of the correction mechanism to the first rail, wherein
the action member further includes a contact portion, and while the second rail is displaced relative to the first rail, a
portion of the second rail pushes the contact portion and thereby drives the action member into rotation;

wherein the action member of the correction mechanism further includes teeth, and the pushing member further includes a toothed
rack meshing with the teeth such that, when the action member is driven by the second rail, the teeth drive the toothed rack
and thereby displace the pushing member relative to the first rail; and

wherein the correction mechanism further includes an elastic member, and the pushing member is configured to automatically
return from a displaced position to a predetermined position in response to an elastic force provided by the elastic member.

US Pat. No. 9,328,769

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND BRACKET DEVICE THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A bracket device applicable to a rail of a slide rail assembly, the bracket device comprising:
a first supporting bracket connected to the rail of the slide rail assembly;
a second supporting bracket movably connected to the first supporting bracket;
a third supporting bracket movably connected to the second supporting bracket;
a mounting bracket movably connected to the third supporting bracket, wherein the mounting bracket comprises a side plate,
an end plate substantially perpendicularly connected to the side plate, and at least one mounting member connected to the
end plate; the side plate comprises a first blocking portion and a second blocking portion; and a slot is defined between
the first blocking portion of the side plate of the mounting bracket and the second blocking portion of the side plate of
the mounting bracket; and

a connecting member passing through the slot of the side plate of the mounting bracket and connected to the third supporting
bracket;

wherein the rail further comprises a first blocking portion and a second blocking portion, a slot is defined between the first
blocking portion of the rail and the second blocking portion of the rail, and the bracket device further comprises a protruding
member passing through the slot of the rail and connected to the second supporting bracket.

US Pat. No. 9,328,544

HINGE DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A hinge device, comprising:
a fitting;
a connecting arm pivotally connected to the fitting;
a cam located at the connecting arm;
an elastic member mounted to the fitting, the elastic member including an end portion having a non-circular cross section;
and

a sleeve member attached to the elastic member and in contact with the cam, the sleeve member including a cavity in which
the end portion of the elastic member can be mounted;

wherein the cavity of the sleeve member includes a first portion and a second portion, and the first portion has a greater
diameter than the second portion.

US Pat. No. 9,279,280

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail, comprising a guiding portion;
a second rail, longitudinally and movably connected to the first rail;
an actuating member, movably connected to the second rail and comprising a contact portion; and
a third rail, longitudinally and movably connected to the second rail and comprising a hook portion,
wherein when the third rail is pulled with respect to the first rail with the contact portion of the actuating member engaging
with the hook portion of the third rail, the second rail is synchronously moved along with the third rail, and wherein when
the second rail is moved to a predetermined position with respect to the first rail, the actuating member rotates by an angle
by guiding means of the guiding portion of the first rail and thereby disengages the contact portion of the actuating member
from the hook portion of the third rail;

wherein the guiding portion of the first rail comprises a horizontal section and an inclining section extending from the horizontal
section, and wherein when the second rail is moved to the predetermined position with respect to the first rail, the actuating
member is guided from the horizontal section to the inclining section and thereby rotates by the angle to disengage the contact
portion of the actuating member from the hook portion of the third rail.

US Pat. No. 9,211,003

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail comprising an upper wall, a lower wall, and a longitudinally extending body extending between the upper wall
of the first rail and the lower wall of the first rail, the upper wall of the first rail comprising a first bent portion,
the first bent portion having a lower surface, the lower wall of the first rail comprising a second bent portion, the second
bent portion having an upper surface;

a second rail movably connected to the first rail, the second rail comprising an upper wall, a lower wall, and a longitudinally
extending body extending between the upper wall of the second rail and the lower wall of the second rail, the upper wall of
the second rail corresponding to the upper wall of the first rail, the lower wall of the second rail corresponding to the
lower wall of the first rail, there being an upper shoulder between the upper wall of the second rail and the longitudinally
extending body of the second rail, the upper shoulder comprising an upper surface facing the lower surface of the first bent
portion of the first rail, there being a lower shoulder between the lower wall of the second rail and the longitudinally extending
body of the second rail, the lower shoulder comprising a lower surface facing the upper surface of the second bent portion
of the first rail; and

a third rail movably connected to the second rail, the third rail comprising an upper wall, a lower wall, and a first longitudinal
portion extending between the upper wall of the third rail and the lower wall of the third rail, the upper wall of the third
rail having a first wing, the lower wall of the third rail having a second wing, the first wing of the upper wall of the third
rail corresponding to the upper wall of the second rail, the second wing of the lower wall of the third rail corresponding
to the lower wall of the second rail, wherein the third rail further comprises a second longitudinal portion and a slope portion
connected between the first longitudinal portion and the second longitudinal portion.

US Pat. No. 9,167,717

CONNECTION DEVICE FOR CABLE MANAGEMENT ARM AND SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A connection device for a cable management arm and a slide assembly, comprising:
a connection member having a pair of bent portions and a sidewall extending between the bent portions, a longitudinal passage
defined by the bent portions and the sidewall, the sidewall having a window and at least one stop, the window having an enlarged
hole and a narrow hole which communicates with a side of the enlarged hole;

an engaging member attached to the sidewall of the connection member, the engaging member having a longitudinally projecting
resilient arm and at least one engaging portion protruding from the resilient arm, the resilient arm extending from the narrow
hole of the window and reaching the enlarged hole, the at least one engaging portion having a bent section; and

insertion piece detachably inserted into the longitudinal passage, insertion piece having two insertion arms, a body connected
between the two insertion arms, and at least one projecting portion, the projecting portion ensuring that the insertion piece
is inserted into the connection member in a proper orientation, a thickness of each of the insertion arms being sized to match
a width of the longitudinal passage, at least one of the insertion arms having a contact section located corresponding to
the at least one engaging portion, the contact section having a contact end located corresponding to the at least one engaging
portion, at least one of the insertion arms having an inclined guiding surface located corresponding to the bent section of
the at least one engaging portion;

wherein, when the insertion arms are inserted into the longitudinal passage, the at least one engaging portion is lifted by
the contact section; and when the insertion piece is completely inserted into the longitudinal passage with one of the insertion
arms contacting the stop, the contact section is separated from the at least one engaging portion of the engaging member,
the at least one engaging portion of the engaging member returns to an initial position thereof, and the at least one engaging
portion of the engaging member contacts the contact end of the contact section and thereby releasably locks the insertion
piece to the connection member.

US Pat. No. 9,572,277

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail, the second rail including a first section and a second
section;

a third rail movably connected to the first section of the second rail and longitudinally displaceable relative to the first
rail by the second rail;

an extension rail located at the second section of the second rail; and
a supporting member connected to the third rail;
wherein the second rail further includes a recess, and the supporting member has a pushing portion to be inserted into the
recess; and

wherein the supporting member further has a cushioning portion opposite the pushing portion, and the first rail further includes
a rear blocking portion so that, when displaced to a retracted position relative to the first rail, the third rail is pressed
against the rear blocking portion of the first rail via the cushioning portion of the supporting member.

US Pat. No. 9,258,923

ADJUSTABLE BRACKET ASSEMBLY AND SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. An adjustable bracket assembly comprising:
a bracket having an aperture and a contact portion;
a support member slidably connected to the bracket and having an opening and a stop portion which is shaped corresponding
to the contact portion; and

an engaging member connected to the bracket and having a resilient arm and an engaging portion, the engaging portion connected
to the resilient arm and located corresponding to the aperture of the bracket;

wherein when the support member slides to a predetermined position on a rear end of the bracket, the contact portion is against
the stop portion of the support member so that the support member is stopped, and when the support member slides to an extended
position on a front end of the bracket, the opening overlaps the aperture and the engaging portion of the engaging member
is inserted into the opening of the support member by a force from the resilient arm so that the support member is positioned;

wherein the bracket has a sidewall and an end plate which is substantially perpendicular to the sidewall, the aperture and
the contact portion are located on the sidewall, an installation member is connected to the end plate and is connected to
a movable connection member, the connection member has a connection portion and a release portion, the release portion is
operated via an operation space to move the connection portion, the sidewall has a through hole through which the release
portion extends, the support member has a fixing portion, and when the support member is positioned by the engaging portion
of the engaging member, the fixing portion overlaps the operation space for restricting an operation of the release portion.

US Pat. No. 9,247,815

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail slidably connected to the first rail, the second rail having an opening;
a third rail slidably connected to the second rail;
a guiding base provided on the first rail to protrude therefrom toward the second rail, the guiding base having a pair of
guiding portions and a stop portion defining a guiding path, the guiding path being closed at one longitudinal end by the
stop portion and extending longitudinally to a guiding entrance in communication therewith;

a first contact member provided on the second rail, the first contact member being deflectable and having a pair of first
contact portions extending between the second and third rails, and a pair of second contact portions connected to the first
contact portions and passing through the opening of the second rail to extend between the second and first rails; and

a second contact member provided on the third rail, the second contact member having at least one lateral portion extending
between the second and third rails for engagement with one of the first contact portions of the first contact member;

wherein the guiding path of the guiding base defines a first width, the guiding entrance of the guiding base defines a second
width, and the second contact portions of the first contact member define a third width therebetween, the third width being
greater than the first width but less than the second width;

wherein when the third rail is longitudinally displaced from a retracted position relative to the second rail, the lateral
portion of the second contact member engages a corresponding one of the first contact portions of the first contact member
for displacement therewith; and

wherein as the second and third rails displace together beyond a predetermined position relative to the first rail, the second
contact portions of the first contact member are received in conformed manner through the guiding entrance into the guiding
path of the guiding base to be longitudinally stopped therein, the first contact member being responsively deflected to displace
the first contact portions toward each other and disengage from the lateral portion of the second contact member, the second
contact member being thereby released to pass over the first contact member for displacement of the third rail relative to
the second rail.

US Pat. No. 9,281,676

ADJUSTMENT DEVICE FOR CABLE MANAGEMENT ARM

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management arm, comprising:
a first adjustment device, a second adjustment device, and an arm connected between the first and second adjustment devices,
said first and second adjustment devices comprising:

a first support member having an end wall and a side wall substantially perpendicular and connected to the end wall, the side
wall having a plurality of holes;

a second support member movably connected to the first support member and having a through hole; and
a positioning member fixed to the second support member and having a positioning portion and a resilient section connected
to the positioning portion, wherein the positioning portion partially extends through the through hole of the second support
member, selectively extends through one of the holes of the first support member, and then is positioned by a force of the
resilient section, such that an extension-length of the second support member relative to the first support member is adjusted.

US Pat. No. 9,498,061

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail;
a running carriage slidably mounted to the first rail, carrying the second rail, and movable together with the second rail
in a differential manner with respect to the second rail;

a correction mechanism comprising a base connected to the first rail and a pushing member movably connected to the base, wherein
the pushing member is displaceable between a horizontal position and an inclined position, the base including a horizontal
portion and an inclined portion inclined with respect to the horizontal portion, and the pushing member being displaceable
between the horizontal portion and the inclined portion; and

an actuator connected to the second rail, the actuator corresponding to the pushing member when the pushing member is at the
horizontal position;

wherein the pushing member at the horizontal position is able to be driven by the actuator to displace to the inclined position
and hence displace the running carriage to a position.

US Pat. No. 9,161,625

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A pair of slide rail assemblies for accommodating a chassis therebetween, the pair comprising:
a first slide rail assembly;
a second slide rail assembly; and
a chassis receiving space defined between the first slide rail assembly and the second slide rail assembly;
wherein the first slide rail assembly and the second slide rail assembly are each mounted to a pair of mounting posts, each
slide rail assembly including:

a first rail extending in a longitudinal direction;
a second rail extending in the longitudinal direction and slidably connected to the first rail, wherein the first rail is
mounted to a corresponding mounting post and the second rail is mounted to a corresponding another of the pair of mounting
posts;

a third rail extending in the longitudinal direction and connected to the first rail, the third rail having a side plate extending
in the longitudinal direction and a support portion extending transversely from a bottom portion of the side plate into the
chassis receiving space to receive the chassis thereon;

a support member movably connected to the third rail and having a side portion extending in the longitudinal direction and
a stop portion extending transversely from a rear end of the side portion into the chassis receiving space to contact an end
of the chassis, the side portion having at least one first slot, a first connecting member extending through the at least
one first slot and connected to the side plate of the third rail to movably connect the support member to the third rail;
and

a resilient member having a first end connected to the first rail and a second end connected to the support member for generating
an elastic force in response to a relative movement between the support member and the third rail;

wherein the stop portions of the first and second slide rail assemblies adjustably position the chassis responsive to a length
of the chassis.

US Pat. No. 9,163,447

HINGE WITH DAMPING DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A hinge, comprising:
a hinge arm;
a hinge cup pivotally connected to the hinge arm, the hinge cup comprising a room;
at least one spring mounted in the room of the hinge cup, the at least one spring providing a resilient closing force when
the hinge cup is pivoted, and thereby being closed, with respect to the hinge arm;

a retainer mounted in the room of the hinge cup, the retainer having a channel;
a damper mounted in the channel of the retainer and corresponding to the hinge arm, the damper having a piston rod; and
an adjusting member movably mounted to the retainer, the adjusting member comprising a surface, a first contact portion, and
a second contact portion, the first contact portion and the surface defining a first distance therebetween, the second contact
portion and the surface defining a second distance therebetween, the first distance being greater than the second distance;

wherein when the adjusting member has been displaced with respect to the retainer to a first position, the first contact portion
of the adjusting member corresponds to the piston rod of the damper, and when the hinge cup is subsequently closed with respect
to the hinge arm, the damper is pushed and displaced by the hinge arm such that the piston rod of the damper is pressed against
the first contact portion of the adjusting member and produces a damping effect; and

wherein when the adjusting member has been displaced with respect to the retainer to a second position, the second contact
portion of the adjusting member corresponds to the piston rod of the damper, and when the hinge cup is subsequently closed
with respect to the hinge arm, the damper is pushed and displaced by the hinge arm such that the piston rod of the damper
is pressed against the second contact portion of the adjusting member and produces a damping effect.

US Pat. No. 9,640,961

CABLE MANAGEMENT ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management assembly, to be mounted to a pair of slide rail assemblies including a first slide rail assembly and
a second slide rail assembly, the cable management assembly being mountable to a rack via the pair of slide rail assemblies,
the first slide rail assembly including a first rail and a second rail longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail,
the cable management assembly comprising:
a first cable management bracket adapted to be connected to the first rail of the first slide rail assembly;
a second cable management bracket connected to the first cable management bracket and adapted to be connected to the second
rail of the first slide rail assembly;

a plurality of cable supporting features connected to the first cable management bracket and the second cable management bracket;
a supporting base adapted to be connected to the second slide rail assembly;
a supporting member having a first end terminating at a free second end, and a main body between the first and second ends,
wherein the first end of the supporting member is pivotally connected to the supporting base such that the supporting member
is rotatable relative to the supporting base and said supporting member is configured for supporting at least one of the first
cable management bracket and the second cable management bracket; and

an actuator connected to the supporting member adjacent the free second end and positioned upright with respect to the main
body of the supporting member so that the actuator is positioned between the first cable management bracket and the second
cable management bracket;

wherein when the second rail of the first slide rail assembly is displaced relative to the first rail of the first slide rail
assembly from a retracted position toward an extended position, the second cable management bracket displaces the first cable
management bracket such that the first cable management bracket drives the actuator and thereby rotates the supporting member
relative to the first end of the supporting member which is pivotally connected to the supporting base by an angle; and when
the second rail of the first slide rail assembly is displaced relative to the first rail of the first slide rail assembly
from the extended position toward the retracted position, the second cable management bracket drives the actuator and thereby
rotates the supporting member relative to the first end of supporting member which is pivotally connected to the supporting
base toward an initial position of the supporting member.

US Pat. No. 9,681,748

DRIVING MECHANISM

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A driving mechanism for furniture, the furniture comprising a first furniture part and a second furniture part movable
relative to the first furniture part, the first furniture part comprising an engagement feature, the driving mechanism comprising:
a first driving device comprising a first base and a first elastic member;
a locking device connected to the first base of the first driving device, the locking device comprising a locking part;
a swing member movably connected to the second furniture part, wherein the first elastic member of the first driving device
is configured to accumulate a first driving force in response to the swing member abutting against the locking part of the
locking device, the first driving force is configured to drive the second furniture part to move from a retrieve position
to an open position relative to the first furniture part;

a second driving device mounted to the second furniture part, the second driving device comprising a second base, a capturing
member and a second elastic member, wherein the capturing member is movably connected to the second base for capturing the
engagement feature of the first furniture part; and

a clutch device mounted between the first furniture part and the first base of the first driving device, wherein the clutch
device is not movable along a predetermined direction relative to the first furniture part when the clutch device is in an
engaging status;

wherein when the clutch device is in the engaging status and the second furniture part is moved from the open position toward
the retrieve position to reach a predetermined position, the swing member abuts against the locking part of the locking device
and the second elastic member accumulates a second driving force, and the engaging status of the clutch device is removed
by the second base of the second driving device at the predetermined position, such that the second driving force drives the
second furniture part to be retrieved relative to the first furniture part.

US Pat. No. 9,538,844

SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide assembly comprising:
a rail defining a longitudinal direction and having an elongate body, the elongate body having an installation hole, wherein
the rail is displaceable in the longitudinal direction; and

at least one positioning device having a support member and a fixing member, the support member having a head portion, a body
portion, and a neck portion extending therebetween, the neck portion being different in surface contour from the body portion,
the neck portion fitted through the installation hole and extending beyond the installation hole in a transverse direction,
wherein the fixing member is releasably coupled to the body portion of the support member, and the support member and the
fixing member being biased between the rail by a resilient member interfacing between the rail and the neck portion, whereby
the support member and the fixing member are transversely displaceable relative to the rail;

wherein the neck portion of the support member has a length larger than a depth of the installation hole.

US Pat. No. 9,635,942

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail defining a first passage along a first direction;
a second rail movably connected to the first rail;
a bracket connected to an end of the first rail and extended from the end of the first rail along the first direction; and
a supporting base movably arranged on the bracket and movable along the first direction relative to the bracket, the supporting
base comprising a first supporting portion defining a supporting passage corresponding to the first passage, the supporting
base configured to allow the second rail to move into the supporting passage, wherein the first passage and the supporting
passage are located at different positions along the first direction without overlapping each other.

US Pat. No. 9,709,091

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail having a blocking part;
a second rail movably connected to the first rail;
a blocking element connected to the second rail; and
an engagement element movably connected to the first rail;
wherein when the second rail is located at a retrieve position relative to the first rail, the engagement element is operatively
connected to the blocking element for moving the blocking element from a first predetermined position to a second predetermined
position relative to the second rail, and when the second rail is moved relative to the first rail along an extension direction,
the blocking element abuts against the blocking part of the first rail, for preventing the second rail from moving relative
to the first rail along the extension direction;

wherein when the engagement element is operated to move the blocking element apart from the second predetermined position
relative to the second rail, the second rail is able to move relative to the first rail along the extension direction.

US Pat. No. 9,642,460

SELF-CLOSING SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND SELF-CLOSING MECHANISM THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A self-closing slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail, the second rail including a guide portion and a stop
portion adjacent to the guide portion, the guide portion and the stop portion defining a first positioning groove therebetween;
and

a self-closing mechanism mounted on the first rail and including:
a housing including: a longitudinal portion, a transverse portion connected to the longitudinal portion, a first edge substantially
parallel to the longitudinal portion, a second edge deflecting from the first edge, and an engaging portion located at the
second edge;

an elastic member located in the longitudinal portion of the housing;
a movable member movably connected to the housing, the movable member including a first side and a second side opposite the
first side, the first side including a first projection and a second projection, the first projection being pressed against
the elastic member, the second projection corresponding to the transverse portion and being movable along the first edge;
and an actuating portion connected to the second side of the movable member, the actuating portion corresponding in shape
to the first positioning groove between the guide portion and the stop portion of the second rail; and

an auxiliary member movably connected to the housing, the auxiliary member being displaceable relative to the movable member,
the auxiliary member being selectively engaged by the movable member for displacement therewith;

wherein when the actuating portion of the self-closing mechanism is engaged in the first positioning groove of the second
rail and the second rail is displaced relative to the first rail from a retracted position toward an extended position, the
second projection of the movable member is moved from the first edge to the second edge and enters into engagement with the
engaging portion, and the elastic member of the self-closing mechanism stores elastic energy; and when the second rail is
displaced relative to the first rail from the extended position toward the retracted position, the guide portion of the second
rail guides the actuating portion of the self-closing mechanism into engagement with the first positioning groove of the second
rail such that the second projection of the movable member displaces from the engaging portion and, as the elastic member
of the self-closing mechanism releases the elastic energy, is moved from the second edge to the first edge, the movable member
thereby automatically driving the second rail back to the retracted position.

US Pat. No. 9,681,749

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail having an upper wall, a lower wall, and a sidewall extending between the upper wall and the lower wall, wherein
the upper wall, the lower wall, and the sidewall jointly define a longitudinal channel, and the sidewall has an opening;

a second rail movably connected to the first rail and displaceable relative to the first rail in the longitudinal channel;
a blocking member attached to the first rail, the blocking member having a stop wall corresponding to the opening of the first
rail;

a positioning member arranged at the second rail, the positioning member having a portion to be blocked by the stop wall of
the blocking member when the second rail is displaced to an extended position relative to the first rail; and

an operating member movably connected to the first rail and configured to operate the blocking member and thereby release
the portion of the positioning member from the stop wall of the blocking member;

wherein the second rail has an upper wall, a lower wall, and a sidewall extending between the upper wall and the lower wall,
and the slide rail assembly further comprises a first connecting element pivotally connecting the positioning member to the
sidewall of the second rail.

US Pat. No. 9,668,372

CABLE MANAGEMENT DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A cable management device, comprising:
a first cable management arm;
a second cable management arm movably connected to the first cable management arm;
a first rod attached between the first cable management arm and the second cable management arm, the first rod having a first
portion and a second portion, wherein the first portion is connected to one of the first cable management arm and the second
cable management arm, and the second portion is configured to be driven by the other of the first cable management arm and
the second cable management arm, such that an unfolding angle of the second cable management arm with respect to the first
cable management arm is kept within a predetermined range by the first rod;

wherein the first cable management arm has a first end portion, and the second cable management arm has a first end portion
pivotally connected to an upper part of the first cable management arm that is adjacent to the first end portion of the first
cable management arm; and

a third cable management arm and a fourth cable management arm, the fourth cable management arm being pivotally connected
to an upper part of the third cable management arm, the second cable management arm having a second end portion, the third
cable management arm being pivotally connected to an upper part of the second cable management arm that is adjacent to the
second end portion of the second cable management arm.

US Pat. No. 9,629,460

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY WITH BRACKET

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, configured to be mounted to a first post and a second post, the slide rail assembly comprising:
a rail element having a first end part and a second end part;
a first bracket connected to the rail element and adjacent to the first end part, the rail element configured to be mounted
to the first post through the first bracket;

a second bracket connected to the rail element and adjacent to the second end part, the rail element configured to be mounted
to the second post through the second bracket; and

a hook connected to the first bracket;
wherein when the first bracket is mounted to the first post, the hook is located at a close position relative to the first
post;

wherein when the rail element is operatively moved to be adjacent to the hook, the rail element is configured to block the
hook from moving away from the close position.

US Pat. No. 9,629,459

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail including a blocking feature;
a second rail movably connected to the first rail and longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail from a retracted
position to a first extended position and a second extended position, the first extended position being disposed intermediately
between the retracted and second extended positions;

an engaging member attached to the second rail, the engaging member having an engaging portion displaceable between locking
and releasing positions, the engaging portion in the locking position locking the first and second rails against displacement
relative to one another; and

an operation member mounted to the second rail, the operation member being displaceable to selectively block the engaging
portion to remain in the locking position and thus retain the second rail at the first extended position.

US Pat. No. 9,693,628

MOUNTING DEVICE

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A mounting device, applicable to a slide rail assembly, the slide rail assembly being configured to mount a carried object
to a rack, the slide rail assembly comprising a first rail and a second rail longitudinally movable relative to the first
rail, the second rail being arranged with a mounting hole for mounting a positioning member of the carried object, the mounting
device comprising:
a base portion having a first section and a second section, the first section being connected to the second rail;
a blocking portion connected to the second section of the base portion and adjacent to the mounting hole of the second rail,
the blocking portion being configured to block the positioning member after the positioning member of the carried object enters
into the mounting hole of the second rail;

an operating portion tilted relative to the second rail and operatively connected to the blocking portion through the base
portion, the operating portion configured to be pressed to move toward the second rail with the first section of the base
portion being used as a fixed point, in order to tilt the blocking portion relative to the first section of the base portion
to be away from the mounting hole of the second rail, so as to allow the positioning member to disengage from the mounting
hole of the second rail; and

an extending portion configured to abut against an auxiliary portion protruded from the second rail for maintaining the mounting
device at a predetermined position.

US Pat. No. 9,801,467

BRACKET DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A bracket device adapted to be mounted to a post, the bracket device comprising:
a bracket having a side plate and an end plate substantially perpendicularly connected to the side plate;
at least one mounting member mounted on the end plate of the bracket;
a locking member movable with respect to the bracket and allowed to be in either one of a locked position and an unlocked
position; and

a fool-proofing member movable with respect to the bracket and allowed to be at either one of a first position and a second
position;

wherein when the bracket device is at a first mounting angle with respect to the post, the fool-proofing member is at the
first position, is unable to block the locking member from moving with respect to the bracket, and thus allows the at least
one mounting member to be mounted to the post and allows the locking member to lock the bracket device to the post;

wherein when the bracket device is at a second mounting angle with respect to the post, the fool-proofing member is displaced
from the first position to the second position to block the locking member from moving from the locked position to the unlocked
position with respect to the bracket and thereby prevent the at least one mounting member from being mounted to the post.

US Pat. No. 9,693,627

QUICK-RELEASE MECHANISM FOR DRAWER SLIDE PARTS

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A quick-release mechanism for drawer slide parts, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail displaceable with respect to the first rail, the second rail includes an engaging portion and an end portion
having a recess;

a drawer frame member comprising a carrier mounted on the second rail; and
an engaging member fixed to the carrier by a fixing means, the fixing means being fitted in the recess;
wherein once the drawer frame member is mounted on the second rail, the engaging member is engaged with the engaging portion
to fix the second rail and the drawer frame member to each other.

US Pat. No. 9,717,333

BRACKET DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A bracket device adapted to mount an object arranged on a slide rail assembly to a post of a rack, the bracket device comprising:
a bracket connected to the slide rail assembly, the bracket having a longitudinal wall and an end wall substantially perpendicularly
connected to the longitudinal wall, the end wall being mounted to the post of the rack via at least one mounting member;

an engagement member arranged on the bracket and releasably engaged with a portion of the object; and
an elastic member biasing the engagement member resiliently to thereby dispose the engagement member at either one of an engaged
position or a disengaged position relative to the portion of the object.

US Pat. No. 9,756,940

DRIVING MECHANISM AND DRIVING METHOD FOR FURNITURE

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A driving mechanism for furniture, comprising:
a first driving device comprising a first elastic member, the first driving device being connected to a first rail;
a locking device comprising a locking part and a guiding member, the guiding member configured to generate a force toward
the locking part; and

a swing member movably connected to a second rail movable relative to the first rail, wherein when the swing member is operatively
engaged between the locking part and the guiding member, the first elastic member of the first driving device accumulates
a first driving force; and when the swing member is operatively disengaged from the locking part and the guiding member, the
first driving force is released to drive the second rail to move from a retrieve position to an open position relative to
the first rail;

wherein the first driving device comprises a first base connected to the locking device, the driving mechanism further comprises
a second driving device, the second driving device comprises a second base, the first base and the second base are longitudinally
movable relative to each other;

wherein the first rail comprises an engagement feature, the second driving device further comprises a capturing member configured
to capture the engagement feature;

wherein the first base of the first driving device comprises a blocking part, the second driving device further comprises
a blocking member pivoted to the capturing member, the blocking part configured to abut against the blocking member;

wherein the driving mechanism further comprises a damping member configured to damp the blocking member of the second driving
device.

US Pat. No. 9,743,766

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally movable relative to the first rail, the second rail having an adjusting hole;
a carrying member movably mounted to the second rail, the carrying member having a plurality of connection holes and a through
hole corresponding to the adjusting hole of the second rail;

a plurality of fixing members passing through the corresponding connection holes of the carrying member to connect to the
second rail; and

an adjusting member comprising an adjusting part and an eccentric part deviated from a center position of the adjusting part,
the eccentric part passing through the through hole of the carrying member and the adjusting hole of the second rail;

wherein a longitudinal dimension of each of the connection holes of the carrying member is greater than an outer dimension
of a portion of each of the fixing members connected to the second rail, a longitudinal dimension of the adjusting hole of
the second rail is greater than an outer dimension of the eccentric part of the adjusting member, a longitudinal direction
of each of the connection holes of the carrying member is different from a longitudinal direction of the adjusting hole of
the second rail;

wherein when the adjusting member is rotated, the eccentric part abuts against the second rail, such that the carrying member
is moved relative to the second rail along the longitudinal direction of the connection hole.

US Pat. No. 9,795,216

DRIVING MECHANISM AND DRIVING METHOD FOR FURNITURE PARTS

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A driving mechanism, configured to drive a first furniture part to move relative to a second furniture part, the driving
mechanism comprising:
a first elastic member;
a first locking device configured to releasably lock the first elastic member, wherein when the first locking device locks
the first elastic member, the first elastic member accumulates a first elastic force; and when the first locking device releases
the first elastic member, the first elastic member releases the first elastic force to drive the first furniture part to move
relative to the second furniture part from a retracted position toward an open position along a first direction;

a second elastic member; and
a second locking device connected to the second elastic member, wherein when the first furniture part is moved a predetermined
distance relative to the second furniture part from the open position toward the retracted position along a second direction,
the first locking device is switched from an unlocking state to a locking state in order to lock the first elastic member,
and the second elastic member generates a second elastic force, such that the first furniture part is moved relative to the
second furniture part from the open position to the retracted position along the second direction in response to the second
elastic force.

US Pat. No. 9,668,577

SLIDE RAIL MOUNTING MECHANISM

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail mounting mechanism, comprising:
a rail element comprising a first receiving slot, a second receiving slot and a third receiving slot separated from each other,
the first receiving slot located between the second receiving slot and the third receiving slot;

an adjustment element movably mounted to the rail element and capable of moving relative to the rail element between a first
position and a second position, one of the adjustment element and the rail element having an elongated hole; and

a fixing element passing through the elongated hole for connecting the rail element and the adjustment element the fixing
element being the only element positioning the adjustment element relative to the rail element;

wherein when the adjustment element is located at the first position, the adjustment element does not extend to be in the
first receiving slot;

wherein when the adjustment element is adjusted to move from the first position to the second position, the adjustment element
extends to part of space in the first receiving slot, and the adjustment element is non-movably fastened at the second position.

US Pat. No. 9,719,284

HINGE AND DAMPING DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A damping device comprising:
a housing;
a damper arranged on the housing, the damper comprising a first movable member and a second movable member longitudinally
movable relative to each other;

an abutting member configured to abut against the second movable member of the damper; and
an adjusting member transversely movable relative to the housing, wherein the adjusting member has a first hole, a second
hole, and at least one guiding section located between the first hole and the second hole, the adjusting member is connected
to the housing by a mounting member passing through one of the first hole and the second hole, said mounting member is selectively
positionable into one of said first hole and said second hole through the guiding section;

wherein when the mounting member passes through the first hole of the adjusting member, the adjusting member abuts against
the first movable member of the damper;

wherein when the mounting member passes through the second hole of the adjusting member, the adjusting member does not abut
against the first movable member of the damper.

US Pat. No. 9,788,654

DRAWER SLIDE RAIL

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A drawer slide rail, comprising:
a longitudinal body;
a pair of first sidewalls extending respectively from two sides of a front end portion of the longitudinal body;
a pair of second sidewalls respectively connected to the first sidewalls and extending to a rear end portion of the longitudinal
body, wherein the first sidewalls have a first height, and the second sidewalls have a second height greater than the first
height; and

a base mounted on the front end portion of the longitudinal body, the base including a supporting member, a first supporting
arm, a second supporting arm, and a third supporting arm, wherein the first supporting arm of the base has a side pressed
against a portion of a bottom portion of one of the first sidewalls of the longitudinal body, the second supporting arm of
the base is pressed against a portion of a bottom portion of one of the second sidewalls of the longitudinal body, and the
third supporting arm of the base is pressed against a lateral portion of one of the second sidewalls of the longitudinal body,
and wherein the longitudinal body includes an opening corresponding in position to the supporting member of the base, and
the supporting member is configured to extend through the opening so that a supporting position of the supporting member is
adjustable with respect to the longitudinal body.

US Pat. No. 9,750,346

DRAWER SLIDE ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A drawer slide assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally displaceable with respect to the first rail;
a drawer frame member including a carrier and a drawer sidewall connected to the carrier, wherein the carrier is mounted on
the second rail; and

an adjusting device mounted on the drawer sidewall and configured to adjust the drawer frame member vertically with respect
to the second rail, the adjusting device including:

a housing;
a cam having an intermediate body portion and a shaft portion projecting axially therefrom to define opposed first and second
ends pivotally coupled to the housing at opposed sides of the intermediate body;

a moving member coupled to displace with respect to the housing responsive to actuation of the cam, wherein the moving member
is extended with a guiding portion, the housing is formed with a guide groove, and the guiding portion extends through the
guide groove such that the moving member is guided by the guide groove when displaced with respect to the housing.

US Pat. No. 9,913,398

CABLE MANAGEMENT ASSEMBLY AND CABLE MANAGEMENT DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A cable management device, comprising:
a first component comprising a bottom part and a wall bent relative to the bottom part, wherein the wall of the first component
has a first side and a second side, the first side is formed with a first engagement part, the second side is formed with
a protrusion; and

a second component configured to be opened or closed relative to the first component, the second component comprising a second
engagement part and two auxiliary parts corresponding to the wall and extended toward the bottom part;

wherein when the second component is closed relative to the first component, a cable management space is defined by the first
component and the second component, and the wall of the first component is engaged between the second engagement part and
the two auxiliary parts of the second component;

wherein when the second component is closed relative to the first component, the second engagement part is engaged with the
first engagement part of the first component, front sides of the two auxiliary part are located adjacent to the second side
of the wall of the first component, the protrusion is located between lateral sides of the two auxiliary parts to block the
second component from moving along two opposite directions parallel to a rotational axis of the second component.

US Pat. No. 9,788,655

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail;
a third rail mounted between the first rail and the second rail;
a first sliding auxiliary device movably arranged between the first rail and the third rail, the first sliding auxiliary device
comprising at least one first rolling member and a first meshing feature, the least one first rolling member configured to
facilitate the third rail to move relative to the first rail;

a second sliding auxiliary device movably arranged between the third rail and the second rail, the second sliding auxiliary
device comprising at least one second rolling member and a second meshing feature, the least one second rolling member configured
to facilitate the second rail to move relative to the third rail; and

a synchronizing member meshed between the first meshing feature and the second meshing feature;
wherein the slide rail assembly further comprises a first driving device, a locking device and a swing member, the first driving
device comprises a first elastic member, the locking device comprises a locking part and a guiding member, the guiding member
is configured to generate a force toward the locking part, the swing member is movably connected to the second rail; when
the swing member is operatively engaged between the locking part and the guiding member, the first elastic member of the first
driving device accumulates a first driving force; and when the swing member is operatively disengaged from the locking part
and the guiding member, the first driving force is released to drive the second rail to move from a retrieve position to an
open position relative to the first rail.

US Pat. No. 9,930,805

BRACKET AND FOOLPROOF DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A bracket of a slide rail assembly, configured to be mounted to a rack, the bracket comprising:a side plate;
an end plate substantially perpendicularly connected to the side plate;
a first mounting member mounted to the end plate; and
a foolproof device arranged at a side of the end plate, the foolproof device comprising a sliding block;
wherein the sliding block of the foolproof device is configured to be retracted into the end plate by the rack when the bracket is placed at a first mounting angle relative to the rack, in order to allow the first mounting member to be mounted to the rack;
wherein the sliding block of the foolproof device is configured to be protruded from the end plate to mechanically interfere with the rack for forming a gap between the end plate and the rack when the bracket is placed at a second mounting angle, which is different from the first mounting angle, relative to the rack, in order to prevent the first mounting member from being mounted to the rack.

US Pat. No. 9,992,906

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND OPERATION METHOD THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail having a front end and a rear end;
a second rail displaceable with respect to the first rail;
a third rail displaceable with respect to the second rail, the third rail having a front end and a rear end;
a first engaging mechanism movably mounted on the second rail;
at least one stopping member arranged on the first rail and including a disengaging portion; and
a second engaging mechanism movably mounted on the second rail, the third rail including a rear stop and being configured to push the second engaging mechanism via the rear stop and thereby displace the second rail from a first position in a first direction, and the disengaging portion of the at least one stopping member disengages the second engaging mechanism from the rear stop when the third rail is displaced to a predetermined position;
wherein the rear end of the first rail and the front end of the third rail define a first length therebetween when the second rail is displaced from the first position to the second position with respect to the first rail in the first direction and the third rail is displaced to a third position with respect to the second rail in the first direction and therefore extends out of the second rail;
wherein when the second rail is displaced from the second position to a fourth position in a second direction, the first length between the rear end of the first rail and the front end of the third rail is reduced to a second length, and the second rail is kept at the fourth position with respect to the first rail by the first engaging mechanism.

US Pat. No. 10,136,548

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY FOR RACK SYSTEM

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly for a rack system mounting a chassis to a rack, the slide rail assembly comprising:a fixing member arranged on one side of the chassis;
a guide rail having a first rail section, a second rail section and a third rail section, wherein the first rail section is bent relative to the second rail section for supporting a portion of the chassis, the third rail section is arranged above the second rail section, a path is defined between the second rail section and the third rail section for allowing the fixing member on the chassis to pass through; and
a supporting frame, wherein the guide rail is movably connected to the supporting frame;
wherein when the chassis is mounted to the guide rail, the fixing member on the chassis passes through the path of the guide rail, and the fixing member on the chassis abuts against one of the second rail section and the third rail section of the guide rail;
wherein the guide rail has a bounded longitudinal hole, and is connected to the supporting frame through a connecting member passing through the longitudinal hole, such that the guide rail is movable relative to the supporting frame within a limited space.

US Pat. No. 10,130,001

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND BRACKET DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a rail element having a first wall, a second wall and an extension wall connected between the first wall and the second wall;
a main supporting element connected to a backside of the extension wall of the rail element, the main supporting element having a pair of supporting walls and a longitudinal wall connected between the pair of supporting walls, a main passage being defined by the pair of supporting walls and the longitudinal wall;
a first supporting element having at least one portion arranged in the main passage of the main supporting element, the first supporting element having a pair of first supporting walls and a first longitudinal wall connected between the pair of first supporting walls, a supporting passage being defined by the pair of first supporting walls and the first longitudinal wall, the longitudinal wall of the main supporting element being arranged between the rail element and the first supporting element;
a second supporting element having at least one portion arranged in the supporting passage of the first supporting element, the second supporting element having a pair of second supporting walls and a second longitudinal wall connected between the pair of second supporting walls; and
a supporting base fixedly connected to the first supporting element, the supporting base comprising at least one supporting feature directly holding one of the first wall and the second wall of the rail element, the supporting base being movable with the first supporting element to support the rail element;
wherein the first supporting element comprises a first limiting part, the main supporting element comprises a second limiting part, the first limiting part of the first supporting element abuts against the second limiting part of the main supporting element when the first supporting element is moved to a first extension position relative to the main supporting element;
wherein the first supporting element comprises a first blocking part, the second supporting element comprises a second blocking part, the second blocking part of the second supporting element abuts against the first blocking part of the first supporting element when the second supporting element is moved to a second extension position relative to the first supporting element.

US Pat. No. 9,894,798

SUPPORT ASSEMBLY AND SUPPORT DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A support device, configured to support an object comprising a plurality of mounting elements, the support device comprising:
a support element, wherein a mounting path is formed on the support element for holding the plurality of mounting elements
of the object;

a first linking element;
a blocking element configured to be driven by the first linking element to move;
an operating element, wherein the first linking element is configured to drive the blocking element in response to operation
of the operating element; and

an elastic element arranged between the support element and the operating element, wherein the blocking element is held at
a first position in response to an elastic force of the elastic element;

wherein when the blocking element is located at the first position, the blocking element blocks the mounting path of the support
element;

wherein when the blocking element is located at a second position, the blocking element does not block the mounting path of
the support element.

US Pat. No. 9,861,196

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY WITH INTERLOCK DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A rack system comprising:
a rack;
a chassis, the chassis including a wall having an opening formed therein;
a linking member; and
a slide rail assembly, the slide rail assembly including:
a first slide rail assembly including a first rail and a second rail displaceable with respect to the first rail; and
a first interlock device provided between the first rail of the first slide rail assembly and the linking member through the
opening of the chassis wall, the first interlock device including:

a first engaging member resiliently biased to extend in a first direction from the linking member to thereby retentively engage
the opening of the chassis wall when the chassis is disposed at an installed position within the rack; and

a first locking member, the first locking member is movably connected to the first rail of the first slide rail assembly,
and the first engaging member is connected between the first locking member and the linking member;

wherein while being displaced from a retracted position with respect to the first rail of the first slide rail assembly to
a predetermined position in an opening direction, the second rail of the first slide rail assembly drives the first locking
member together with the first engaging member in a second direction transversely oriented relative to the first direction,
and thereby displaces the linking member in the second direction from a first position to a second position.

US Pat. No. 9,861,197

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail coupled to extend between first and second posts of a rack by first and second bracket assemblies;
a second rail movably connected to the first rail to slidably displace between retracted and extended positions relative thereto,
the second rail including a longitudinally extended reinforcement structure to increase structural strength thereof, wherein
the reinforcement structure includes a first portion and a second portion longitudinally opposed to the first portion and
wherein the second rail further includes a longitudinally extended recess formed in a surface of the second rail facing the
first rail, and the reinforcement structure is fixedly connected to the second rail within the recess to be peripherally disposed
within the second rail, the reinforcement structure thereby remaining longitudinally contained within the second rail; and

a third rail movably connected to the second rail to slidably displace between retracted and extended positions relative thereto;
wherein the reinforcement structure is captured at least partially between the second and each of the first and third rails,
and is displaceable with the second rail relative to the first and third rails, and

wherein, when the slide rail assembly is in a fully extended state with both of the second and third rails disposed at the
extended positions thereof, the second rail is located between the first rail and the third rail with the reinforcement structure
projecting partially into both the first and third rails, the first portion of the reinforcement structure being thereby at
a position corresponding to overlapping portions of the third and second rails, and the second portion of the reinforcement
structure being thereby at a position corresponding to overlapping portions of the first and second rails.

US Pat. No. 9,861,193

BRACKET DEVICE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A bracket device, comprising:
a bracket including a longitudinal plate and an end plate substantially perpendicularly connected to the longitudinal plate;
at least one mounting member mounted on the end plate of the bracket;
a hook; and
a hook guiding feature coupling the hook to the bracket so as to be pivotable and longitudinally displaceable, the hook thereby
allowed to be at either one of a first position and a second position different from the first position with respect to the
bracket, and at either one of a first pivot angle and a second pivot angle different from the first pivot angle with respect
to the bracket;

wherein the hook is extended with respect to the end plate of the bracket when at the first position; and
wherein the hook is retracted with respect to the end plate of the bracket when at the second position.

US Pat. No. 9,856,912

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail comprising a front end and a first blocking part;
a second rail movably connected to the first rail, the second rail comprising a second blocking part;
a first engagement element having a first end fixedly connected to a first portion of the second rail and a second end tilted
away from the second rail; and

a second engagement element having a first end fixedly connected to a second portion of the second rail and a second end tilted
away from the second rail, the second engagement element having a first guiding section;

wherein when the second rail moves relative to the first rail to a first position beyond the front end of the first rail along
a direction, the first engagement element abuts against the first blocking part of the first rail for preventing the second
rail from moving relative to the first rail from the first position along the direction;

wherein when the first engagement element is operatively detached from the first blocking part of the first rail for allowing
the second rail to move relative to the first rail from the first position to a second position, the second engagement element
crosses the first blocking part of the first rail with assistance of the first guiding section, and the second blocking part
of the second rail abuts against the first blocking part of the first rail for holding the second rail at the second position
relative to the first rail.

US Pat. No. 9,848,702

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail defining a first channel;
a supporting member including a pair of supporting portions and a supporting wall connected between the pair of supporting
portions, the pair of supporting portions and the supporting wall jointly defining a supporting channel;

a second rail movably coupled to the first rail and corresponding to the first channel of the first rail and the supporting
channel of the supporting member, wherein the supporting member is movable relative to the first rail from a first position
to a second position, such that the second rail is supported by the supporting portions of the supporting member when moving
relative to the first rail; and

a first bracket mounted on the first rail at a position adjacent to a front-end portion of the first rail, wherein the first
bracket includes a side plate, an end plate substantially perpendicularly connected to the side plate, and a plurality of
mounting members provided on the end plate; the side plate has a first plate section, a second plate section, and a third
plate section extending between the first plate section and the second plate section; the first plate section of the side
plate is mounted on the first rail, and the second plate section of the side plate is adjacent to the end plate and provided
with a pair of bracketing parts that jointly define an accessory channel, the accessory channel corresponding to the first
channel of the first rail via the third plate section.

US Pat. No. 9,848,703

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly adapted to be mounted to a first post and a second post, wherein the first post and the second post
are positioned to define an accommodation space therebetween, the slide rail assembly comprising:
a first rail mounted to the first post and the second post via a first bracket and a second bracket respectively, the first
rail thereby being located between the first post and the second post, the first rail including a longitudinal wall, an upper
wall, and a lower wall, wherein the upper wall and the lower wall are connected to two corresponding sides of the longitudinal
wall of the first rail respectively;

wherein at least a portion of the longitudinal wall is arranged within the accommodation space, and the longitudinal wall,
the upper wall, and the lower wall jointly define a longitudinal channel;

a second rail longitudinally and movably connected to the first rail and located in the longitudinal channel of the first
rail;

at least a first pair of support members mounted between the first rail and the second rail, the second rail including a longitudinal
wall, an upper wall, and a lower wall, wherein the upper wall and the lower wall are connected to two corresponding sides
of the longitudinal wall respectively, and the first pair of support members support the upper wall and the lower wall of
a section of the second rail respectively when the second rail is displaced relative to the first rail; and

a pair of pressing portions provided at the upper wall and the lower wall of the second rail respectively, wherein the pair
of pressing portions drive the first pair of support members when the second rail is displaced relative to the first rail
in an extension direction from a retracted position.

US Pat. No. 10,117,352

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail having a first side and a second side, wherein the first side has a concave space;
a second rail displaceable with respect to the first rail in a longitudinal direction;
a first auxiliary supporting member mounted in the concave space of the first side of the first rail; and
a plurality of reinforcing segments fixedly mounted on an inner side of the second rail.

US Pat. No. 9,924,796

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail comprising an abutting feature;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail;
an auxiliary member operatively connected to the second rail; and
a driving device comprising an elastic member, wherein when the second rail is moved a predetermined distance from a retracted position along a first direction, the elastic member is configured to provide an elastic force to the second rail for driving the second rail to move relative to the first rail along a second direction;
wherein when the second rail is at the retracted position relative to the first rail and the auxiliary member is operated to be in a first state, the second rail is able to be moved the predetermined distance relative to the first rail along the first direction;
wherein when the second rail is in the retracted position relative to the first rail and the auxiliary member is operated to be in a second state, the second rail is prevented from being moved the predetermined distance relative to the first rail along the first direction due to the auxiliary member being blocked by the abutting feature of the first rail.

US Pat. No. 9,867,462

SLIDE RAIL DEVICE

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail device, comprising:
an auxiliary component configured to be mounted to a rack;
a slide rail movably mounted to the auxiliary component, the slide rail comprising a side wall, wherein a first wall section
and a second wall section are bent relative to the side wall, a mounting path is formed between the first wall section and
the second wall section, the slide rail is configured to mount a carried object having a plurality of mounting members by
moving the carried object toward the slide rail with the plurality of mounting members entering the mounting path along a
longitudinal direction of the slide rail to sequentially pass through the mounting path;

an operating member movably mounted to the slide rail; and
a locking member movable relative to the slide rail between a first position and a second position;
wherein when the locking member is located at the first position, the locking member is configured to block the mounting member
from passing through the mounting path;

wherein when the locking member is located at the second position, the operating member is configured to abut against the
locking member to hold the locking member at the second position without blocking the mounting member from passing through
the mounting path.

US Pat. No. 9,867,308

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail defining a longitudinal channel;
a bracket base connected to the first rail, the bracket base having at least one longitudinal groove;
a supporting base movably mounted to the bracket base, the supporting base having a wall portion and at least one supporting
portion connected transversely to the wall portion, the wall portion and the at least one supporting portion defining a supporting
channel therebetween, the supporting channel corresponding to the longitudinal channel of the first rail;

at least one connecting element, the connecting element having a head and a body connected to the head, the body passing through
the longitudinal groove to connect with the wall portion of the supporting base while the head is blocked at one side of the
bracket base; and

a second rail movably connected to the first rail and longitudinally displaceable relative to the first rail;
wherein the at least one supporting portion of the supporting base supports the second rail when the second rail is displaced
relative to the first rail and passes through the longitudinal channel of the first rail and the supporting channel of the
supporting base.

US Pat. No. 9,840,864

HINGE AND DAMPING DEVICE

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

13. A hinge, comprising:
a first component comprising a contact part;
a second component pivoted to the first component;
an elastic member configured to provide an elastic force when the second component is opened or closed relative to the first
component;

a linkage member configured to move when the second component is rotated relative to the first component, wherein when the
second component is opened relative to the first component, the elastic member provides the elastic force to the linkage member;
and

a damping device mounted to the first component, the damping device comprising:
a damper arranged on the first component and comprising a first movable member and a second movable member longitudinally
movable relative to each other, the first movable member having a first abutting part and a second abutting part, the first
abutting part and the second abutting part being located at different positions on the first movable member along a longitudinal
direction of the first movable member, the second movable member facing toward the contact part of the first component; and

a blocking member arranged on the first component and movable relative to the damper, the blocking member configured to abut
against one of the first abutting part and the second abutting part of the first movable member;

wherein when the second component is moved to switch from an open state to a close state relative to the first component with
the blocking member abutting against one of the first abutting part and the second abutting part of the first movable member,
the linkage member is moved toward the first movable member of the damper.

US Pat. No. 9,894,993

SLIDE RAIL AND SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. An innermost slide rail of a slide rail assembly, comprising:
a longitudinal body; and
a pair of longitudinal supporting structures extended from two sides of the longitudinal body, each of the supporting structures
having a U-shaped cross section and comprising a first supporting arm and a second supporting arm bent relative to the first
supporting arm, wherein the first supporting arm is extended from the longitudinal body, the second supporting arm is reversely
bent relative to the first supporting arm and extended toward the longitudinal body, a ball raceway is formed on one of the
first supporting arm and the second supporting arm.

US Pat. No. 9,968,193

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY WITH SWITCH

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail;
a first driving device configured to drive the second rail to open relative to the first rail when the second rail is pushed at a retracted position along a first direction;
a second driving device configured to drive the second rail to close relative to the first rail when the second rail is moved from an open position to a predetermined position along the first direction; and
a switch configured to enable the first driving device in a first state and disable the first driving device in a second state.

US Pat. No. 9,907,400

RETRACTING MECHANISM FOR A MOVABLE FURNITURE PART

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A retracting mechanism, comprising:
a body including a first path and a second path, wherein the first path includes a guiding section, the guiding section includes
a first end and a second end opposite the first end, there is a height difference between the first end and the second end,
the first path further includes a first bent section adjacent to the second end of the guiding section, and the second path
includes a linear section and a second bent section bent with respect to and in communication with the linear section;

a catching member, wherein the catching member and the body are movable with respect to each other through the second path;
a connecting member connected to the catching member;
a supporting member connected to the connecting member, the supporting member including a supporting portion in the first
path, and the supporting member and the connecting member are pivotally connected by a pivotal connection portion, the pivotal
connection portion is in the second path; and

a resilient member for applying an elastic restoring force to the catching member;
wherein the supporting portion of the supporting member is moved from the guiding section of the first path of the body into
engagement with the first bent section when one of the body and the catching member reaches a first predetermined position
with respect to the other by being moved in a first direction;

wherein the catching member is moved from the linear section of the second path of the body into engagement with the second
bent section to maintain the elastic restoring force of the resilient member, when the one of the body and the catching member
reaches a second predetermined position with respect to the other by being further moved in the first direction, the elastic
restoring force acting in a second direction.

US Pat. No. 9,879,721

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND SLIDING ASSISTANCE DEVICE THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A sliding assistance device applicable to a slide rail assembly, wherein the slide rail assembly comprises a first rail
and a second rail movable with respect to the first rail, the sliding assistance device being arranged between the first rail
and the second rail, the sliding assistance device comprising:
a base, the base including:
a first end portion and a first flexible portion bent from the first end portion, wherein a first buffer space is defined
between the first flexible portion and the first end portion, and one of the first flexible portion and the first end portion
has a first protruding section;

a second end portion opposite the first end portion and a second flexible portion bent from the second end portion, wherein
a second buffer space is defined between the second flexible portion and the second end portion, one of the second flexible
portion and the second end portion has a second protruding section, and once the second rail is moved to the predetermined
position with respect to the first rail, the second flexible portion and the second end portion are configured to contact
each other through the second protruding section according to the second buffer space; and

a third flexible portion bent from the first flexible portion, wherein a third buffer space is defined between the third flexible
portion and the first flexible portion, one of the third flexible portion and the first flexible portion has a third protruding
section, and the third flexible portion and the first flexible portion are configured to contact each other through the third
protruding section according to the third buffer space; and

a plurality of sliding assistance members mounted at the base to facilitate movement of the second rail with respect to the
first rail;

wherein once the second rail is moved to a predetermined position with respect to the first rail, the base is pressed between
the first rail and the second rail, and the first flexible portion and the first end portion are configured to contact each
other through the first protruding section according to the first buffer space.

US Pat. No. 9,993,077

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND SLIDING AUXILIARY DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail;
a second rail longitudinally movable relative to the first rail, the second rail being arranged above the first rail, the second rail comprising a first side wall, a second side wall and a longitudinal wall connected between the first side wall and the second side wall, a mounting hole being formed on the second side wall;
a first sliding auxiliary device movably arranged between the first rail and the second rail, the first sliding auxiliary device comprising a first part and a second part non-movably engaged with each other, at least one first rolling member being mounted to one of the first part and the second part for facilitating the second rail to move relative to the first rail; and
a support member mounted into the mounting hole on the second side wall of the second rail and upwardly supporting a bottom of the first sliding auxiliary device.

US Pat. No. 9,961,998

DRIVING MECHANISM AND GUIDE FITTING FOR SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A guide fitting for a driving device of a driving mechanism, comprising:a base comprising a first guiding section and a second guiding section communicated with the first guiding section and turned from the first guiding section, the first guiding section having an abutting area;
a capturing member having a first guiding pin;
a blocking member movably connected to the capturing member and having a second guiding pin; and
an elastic member configured to provide an elastic force to the blocking member;
wherein the first guiding pin of the capturing member and the second guiding pin of the blocking member are movable in the first guiding section of the base;
wherein when the second guiding pin of the blocking member abuts against the abutting area of the first guiding section, the first guiding pin of the capturing member is moved to the second guiding section of the base to deflect the capturing member.

US Pat. No. 10,060,169

FURNITURE HINGE

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A furniture hinge applicable to a furniture part assembly including a first furniture part and a second furniture part configured to be opened and closed with respect to the first furniture part, the furniture hinge comprising:an arm member mountable to the first furniture part of the furniture part assembly, wherein the arm member includes at least one wall, and the at least one wall includes a first mounting structure;
a casing mountable to the second furniture part of the furniture part assembly;
an inner link having a first end portion and a second end portion opposite the first end portion, wherein the first end portion of the inner link is pivotally connected to the arm member via a first shaft, and the second end portion of the inner link is pivotally connected to the casing via a second shaft;
an outer link having a first end portion and a second end portion opposite the first end portion, wherein the first end portion of the outer link is pivotally connected to the arm member via a third shaft, and the second end portion of the outer link is pivotally connected to the casing via a fourth shaft; and
a resilient device captured between the arm member and the inner link for providing a resilient force acting between the casing and the arm member, wherein the resilient device includes a second mounting structure to be mounted to the first mounting structure of the arm member, the resilient device defining a first resilient portion terminating at an extension section engaging the third shaft in substantially tangential manner.

US Pat. No. 10,041,535

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail between a first position and a second position;
a third rail movable relative to the second rail;
a locking mechanism configured to be in a first state or a second state, wherein when the locking mechanism is in the first state, the locking mechanism is configured to prevent the second rail from being moved relative to the first rail from the second position toward the first position; and
an operating member configured to be manually operated to switch the locking mechanism from the first state to the second state, in order to allow the second rail to be movable relative to the first rail from the second position toward the first position;
wherein the second rail has a first side and a second side opposite to the first side, the operating member is located at the first side of the second rail, the second rail further has an extension hole, and the operating member comprises an auxiliary feature passing through the extension hole and located at the second side of the second rail wherein the second rail comprises an abutting feature, the slide rail assembly further comprises a releasing mechanism, the releasing mechanism comprises a linking member arranged on the third rail, when the linking member is in a first linking state, the linking member is located at a position corresponding to the abutting feature, and when the linking member is in a second linking state, the linking member is located at a position not corresponding to the abutting feature, wherein the releasing mechanism further comprises a releasing member operatively connected to the linking member, the linking member is configured to switch from the first linking state to the second linking state in response to operation of the releasing member.

US Pat. No. 9,980,565

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND RAIL KIT THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail having a blocking feature;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail along an expanding direction and a retrieve direction opposite to the expanding direction, the second rail having a longitudinal wall, a first end part and a second end part opposite to the first end part;
a first engagement element arranged on the second rail, the first engagement element comprising a first engagement part and a first elastic part;
a second engagement element arranged between the second rail and the first engagement element, the second engagement element comprising a second engagement part and a second elastic part, the second elastic part of the second engagement element is adjacent to the first elastic part of the first engagement element; and
an operating element linearly movably connected to the second rail, wherein the operating element has a first part, a second part and a disengagement feature arranged on the second part, the first part is adjacent to the first end part of the second rail, the second part is adjacent to the second end part of the second rail, and the operating element is separate and independent from the first engaging element and the second engaging element;
wherein when the second rail is moved to a predetermined position relative to the first rail, the first engagement part of the first engagement element is located at a first side of the blocking feature of the first rail for preventing the second rail from moving relative to the first rail along the expanding direction, and the second engagement part of the second engagement element is located at a second side of the blocking feature of the first rail for preventing the second rail from moving relative to the first rail along the retrieve direction;
wherein the first engagement part of the first engagement element comprises a first engaging section, a second engaging section and a first inclined guiding section connected between the first engaging section and the second engaging section, the disengagement feature of the operating element comprises a first disengaging section, a second disengaging section and a second inclined guiding section connected between the first disengaging section and the second disengaging section;
wherein when the disengagement feature of the second part of the operating element is operatively moved along the expanding direction by the first part of the operating element to push the first engagement part of the first engagement element toward the longitudinal wall of the second rail, the first engagement part of the first engagement element is moved away from the first side of the blocking feature of the first rail, and the first elastic part of the first engagement element further drives the second elastic part of the second engagement element to move the second engagement part toward the longitudinal wall of the second rail to be away from the second side of the blocking feature.

US Pat. No. 9,986,828

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND BRACKET THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail system comprising:a rail;
a first bracket detachably attached to a first post;
a second bracket detachably attached to a second post and movably mounted to the rail, the second bracket having a first contact portion;
a hook movably connected to the second bracket, the hook having a second contact portion; and
an elastic member applying an elastic force to the hook, the hook staying at a locked position in response to the elastic force of the elastic member;
wherein after the first bracket is detached from the first post, the second bracket is displaceable in a first direction so that the first contact portion is pressed against the second contact portion in response to displacement of the second bracket, thereby tilting the hook by an angle with respect to the second bracket and moving the hook away from the locked position.

US Pat. No. 9,986,830

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY FOR CHASSIS SYSTEM

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A chassis system, comprising:a first chassis;
a second chassis detachably mounted on the first chassis; and
a slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail comprising a blocking feature;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail along a longitudinal direction, the second rail mounted on the first chassis;
a first releasing member mounted on the second rail and configured to abut against the blocking feature; and
a limiting member mounted on the second rail and corresponding to the first releasing member;
wherein when the second chassis is mounted on the first chassis, the limiting member is moved toward the first rail by the second chassis, in order to further limit the first releasing member, such that the first releasing member is not able to be pressed to move, in order to prevent the first releasing member from disengaging from the blocking feature;
wherein when the second chassis is detached from the first chassis, the first releasing member is able to be pressed to move, in order to allow the first releasing member to be disengaged from the blocking feature.

US Pat. No. 9,980,566

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail, the second rail being detachable from the first rail;
a blocking base arranged on the first rail, the blocking base having a limiting part;
a ball retainer comprising a plurality of rolling members, the ball retainer being mounted between the first rail and the second rail, the ball retainer having a contact part; and
a blocking member pivoted to the second rail, the blocking member being operatively moved from a first state to a second state in a rotatable manner;
wherein when the blocking member is in the first state and the second rail is moved relative to the first rail along a direction to a predetermined position, the blocking member pushes the contact part of the ball retainer to synchronously move the ball retainer with the second rail along the direction until the blocking member abuts against the limiting part of the blocking base to prevent the second rail from being detached from the first rail;
wherein when the blocking member is operatively moved from the first state to the second state, the blocking member no longer abuts against the contact part of the ball retainer and the limiting part of the blocking base for allowing the second rail to be detached from the first rail.

US Pat. No. 10,194,556

SLIDE RAIL MECHANISM AND BRACKET DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail mechanism, comprising:a rail member;
a first supporting frame movable relative to the rail member;
a second supporting frame movable relative to the first supporting frame;
a first bracket, the first bracket and the second supporting frame being movable relative to each other, the first bracket comprising a side wall and at least one mounting member adjacent to the side wall, the at least one mounting member configured to pass through a mounting hole of a post, the first bracket being adjacent to a first end part of the rail member; and
a second bracket adjacent to a second end part of the rail member;
wherein during a process of the second supporting frame being moved relative to the first bracket along a direction from a first position to a second position, the second supporting frame is configured to drive the at least one mounting member to move relative to the side wall of the first bracket.

US Pat. No. 10,098,459

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND LOCKING DEVICE THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail;
a second rail displaceable between a retracted position and an extended position with respect to the first rail;
a stop located at the first rail;
a first engaging member movably connected to the second rail, the first engaging member being at an engaged position with respect to the stop when the second rail is at the retracted position with respect to the first rail;
a first releasing member configured to operatively drive the first engaging member away from the engaged position, thereby allowing the second rail to be displaced from the retracted position toward the extended position with respect to the first rail; and
a second releasing member connected to the second rail, wherein the first releasing member is vertically movably mounted above the second releasing member.

US Pat. No. 10,085,561

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND BRACKET DEVICE THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide assembly, configured to be mounted to a first post and a second post of a rack, the slide assembly comprising:a rail element;
a first bracket mounted to the rail element and configured to be mounted to the first post of the rack;
an extension frame movable relative to the rail element;
a second bracket mounted to the extension frame and configured to be mounted to the second post of the rack, wherein the second bracket comprises a side plate, an end plate substantially perpendicularly extended from the side plate, and at least one mounting element mounted to the end plate;
a blocking element movably connected to the second bracket, wherein the blocking element is pivoted to the side plate of the second bracket and comprises a contact part and a blocking part; and
an elastic element configured to provide an elastic force to hold the blocking element at a first position relative to the second bracket;
wherein when the extension frame is moved along a direction opposite to a direction toward the second post for pushing the blocking element to move from the first position to a second position, the second bracket is detachable from the second post;
wherein the elastic element is attached to the side plate of the second bracket for providing the elastic force to the contact part of the blocking element, the blocking part of the blocking element is held at the first position relative to the mounting element of the second bracket in response to the elastic force of the elastic element.

US Pat. No. 10,047,791

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND RAIL KIT THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail comprising a blocking part;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail;
a first locking device arranged on the second rail, the first locking device comprising a first member and a second member, the first member comprising a first part, the second member comprising a second part, a first space being defined between the first part and the second part; and
a second locking device arranged on the second rail, the second locking device comprising a third member and a fourth member, the third member comprising a third part, the fourth member comprising a fourth part, a second space being defined between the third part and the fourth part;
wherein when the second rail is moved relative to the first rail from a retracted position to a first predetermined position along a first direction, the first space is configured to accommodate the blocking part of the first rail, such that the blocking part is locked by the first locking device;
wherein when the first locking device is operated to unlock the blocking part, and the second rail is moved relative to the first rail from the first predetermined position to a second predetermined position along the first direction, the second space is configured to accommodate the blocking part of the first rail, such that the blocking part is locked by the second locking device.

US Pat. No. 10,021,977

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND BRACKET DEVICE THEREOF

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly for attachment to a first post and a second post of a rack, the slide rail assembly comprising:a rail member;
a first bracket configured to be detachably attached to the first post of the rack;
a second bracket configured to be detachably attached to the second post of the rack and being movably mounted to the rail member;
a blocking member movably connected to the second bracket; and
an elastic member providing an elastic force to thereby resiliently bias the second bracket to stay at a first position with respect to the blocking member;
wherein responsive to the rail member being displaced in a direction subsequent to detachment of the first bracket from the first post, the second bracket is displaced in the direction along with the rail member to be displaced from the first position to a second position with respect to the blocking member subsequent to the blocking member being pressed against the second post, the second bracket thereby being separated from the second post;
wherein the second bracket has a first contact portion, the blocking member has a second contact portion, and the first contact portion of the second bracket is configured to push the second contact portion of the blocking member to pivotally displace and separate the blocking member from the second post.

US Pat. No. 10,021,978

CLUTCH FOR FURNITURE PARTS

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A clutch, comprising:a first transmission member;
a second transmission member movably connected to the first transmission member;
at least one abutting member movably mounted between the first transmission member and the second transmission member, wherein the first transmission member has a first abutting part, the second transmission member has a second abutting part, an abutting space is defined by the first abutting part and the second abutting part and configured to accommodate the at least one abutting member; when the at least one abutting member is located at a predetermined position, the at least one abutting member abuts against the first transmission member and the second transmission member; when the at least one abutting member is moved away from the predetermined position, the at least one abutting member does not abut against the first transmission member and the second transmission member;
a control base configured to be in one of a first state and a second state relative to the second transmission member; and
an engaging member movably mounted on the control base;
wherein when the control base is in the first state, the engaging member is not engaged with the second transmission member;
wherein when the control base is in the second state, the engaging member is engaged with the second transmission member.

US Pat. No. 10,028,406

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND GUIDING MECHANISM THEREOF

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, configured to mount a chassis to a rack, a plurality of mounting members being arranged at one side of the chassis, the slide rail assembly being mounted to the rack through a pair of brackets, the slide rail assembly comprising:a first rail;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail along a longitudinal direction, the second rail comprising a side wall and a bottom wall perpendicularly connected to the side wall; and
a guiding base arranged at a front end of the second rail, the guiding base comprising a first guiding section and a second guiding section, the first guiding section and the second guiding section defining an entry, an exit and a passage located between the entry and the exit;
wherein during mounting the chassis to the rack, the second rail is moved out of the rack relative to the first rail, in order to allow the bottom wall of the second rail to abut against a bottom part of the chassis for further pushing the chassis into the rack, the chassis is mounted to the second rail through guiding the plurality of mounting members by the entry of the guiding base to pass through the passage and the exit of the guiding base.

US Pat. No. 10,010,174

MOUNTING MECHANISM

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A mounting mechanism adapted for mounting at least one first component to a second component, the mounting mechanism comprising:a base mountable on the second component;
a transmission device arranged at the base;
a movable member movably connected to the transmission device, wherein the movable member is configured to be displaced with respect to the base from a first position to a second position in response to displacement between the at least one first component and the second component in a predetermined direction, thereby mounting the at least one first component to the second component;
a connecting rod and an elastic member, wherein the elastic member is mounted on the connecting rod and is configured to apply an elastic force to the movable member; and
an extension wall connected to the base, the extension wall having a mounting feature, the connecting rod having a head and a body connected to the head, the body partially extending out of the mounting feature, the elastic member being pressed between the extension wall and the head;
wherein the transmission device includes a second transmission member with a plurality of second teeth, the mounting mechanism further includes a first linking member and a second linking member, the first liking member is pivotally connected to the base and includes a plurality of teeth meshing with the second teeth of the second transmission member, and the second linking member is movably connected between the first linking member and the head of the connecting rod.

US Pat. No. 10,143,304

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail comprising a blocking feature;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail along a longitudinal direction;
a first releasing member mounted on the second rail, wherein the first releasing member is configured to abut against the blocking feature when the first releasing member is located at a first position, and the first releasing member does not abut against the blocking feature when the first releasing member is located at a second position; and
a limiting member arranged to be corresponding to the first releasing member, wherein the limiting member is configured to be in a free status or a limiting status;
wherein when the limiting member is in the free status, the first releasing member is configured to be operatively moved from the first position to the second position, such that the limiting member in the free status allows the first releasing member to be disengaged from the blocking feature of the first rail; when the limiting member is in the limiting status, the first releasing member is abutted by the limiting member and not able to be operatively moved from the first position to the second position, such that the limiting member in the limiting status prevents the first releasing member from being disengaged from the blocking feature of the first rail.

US Pat. No. 10,123,452

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY FOR RACK SYSTEM

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A rack system, comprising:a rack comprising at least one first post and at least one second post;
a first slide rail assembly mounted to the at least one first post of the rack and comprising a first rail;
a second slide rail assembly mounted to the at least one second post of the rack; and
a chassis comprising an upper part and a lower part, the upper part having an upper part width, the lower part having a lower part width narrower than the upper part width, and the lower part having a first side and a second side, wherein the first side of the lower part is engaged with the first slide rail assembly, and the second side of the lower part is engaged with the second slide rail assembly;
wherein each of the first side and the second side of the lower part of the chassis is arranged with at least one mounting element protruded from the chassis, each of the first slide rail assembly and the second slide rail assembly comprises a support rail, and the support rail comprises a supporting part, a mounting part, an extension part and a connection part, the mounting part is located adjacent to an end of the support rail, the supporting part abuts against a bottom of the upper part of the chassis, the connection part is connected to the first rail, the extension part has a first section and a second section, the second section is connected between the first section and the supporting part, the first section is connected to the connection part and away from the first rail, such that the second section of the extension part is spaced from the connection part by a distance, an engagement path is formed on the mounting part for accommodating the at least one mounting element protruded from the chassis.

US Pat. No. 10,092,100

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail oriented along a longitudinal direction;
a second rail having an engaging portion; and
a holding member mounted to the first rail, the holding member having an elastic section and a holding section, the holding section protruding from the elastic section by a height, the elastic section comprising a first elastic portion and a second elastic portion connected to the first elastic portion, the first elastic portion being oriented substantially along a transverse direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction, the second elastic portion being oriented substantially along the longitudinal direction;
wherein the engaging portion of the second rail engages with the holding section of the holding member when the second rail is located in a retracted position relative to the first rail;
wherein the engaging portion of the second rail disengages from the holding section of the holding member when the second rail is moved away from the retracted position relative to the first rail.

US Pat. No. 10,064,485

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail having a first end and a second end opposite to the first end, the first rail comprising an upper wall, a lower wall and a side wall connected between the upper wall and the lower wall, a passage being defined by the upper wall, the lower wall and the side wall of the first rail;
a second rail accommodated in the passage of the first rail and movable relative to the first rail, the second rail comprising an upper wall corresponding to the upper wall of the first rail, the second rail having a recessed part; and
at least one supporting member movably mounted between the upper wall of the first rail and the upper wall of the second rail and disposed near the first end, a portion of the at least one supporting member being accommodated in the recessed part, and the at least one supporting member configured to be driven by and support the second rail;
wherein when the second rail is moved relative to the first rail for a predetermined distance along a first direction to extend beyond the first end, the at least one supporting member is moved in conjunction with the second rail from a first position to a second position, and the portion of the at least one supporting member extends beyond the first end of the first rail for supporting the second rail, wherein the first direction is a direction away from the first rail.

US Pat. No. 10,182,654

MOUNTING PART FOR SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail;
a second rail displaceably coupled to the first rail, the second rail having a front portion and a longitudinally-opposed rear portion;
a mounting part for mounting an object to the second rail, the mounting part being formed with an abutting portion; and
an engaging member coupled to the second rail, the engaging member having a displaceable engaging portion and an elastic portion for applying an elastic force to the engaging portion;
wherein the mounting part includes a base portion and a first lateral portion substantially perpendicularly connected to the base portion to collectively define a receiving space, wherein one of the base portion and the first lateral portion has a first mounting feature engaged with the engaging portion of the engaging member when the mounting part receives the second rail in the receiving space thereof, a flexible portion being captured against the abutting portion responsive to the second rail being received in the receiving space, the engaging portion being biased to retentively engage the first mounting feature of the mounting part.

US Pat. No. 10,145,162

DAMPING DEVICE AND FURNITURE HINGE COMPRISING THE SAME

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A damping device, comprising:a housing having an inner wall defining a chamber, and an opening communicating with the chamber, the chamber being filled with a damping medium;
a cover assembly arranged adjacent to the opening of the housing;
a piston rod penetrating through the cover assembly;
a piston connected to the piston rod and movable relative to the housing, the piston comprising an extension part and an expansion part located between the piston rod and the extension part, wherein a width of the expansion part is greater than a width of the piston rod; and
an elastic member arranged in the chamber of the housing and configured to provide an elastic force to the piston;
wherein the cover assembly comprises a cover body, a sleeve member and a seal ring, the cover body provides a space for accommodating the sleeve member, the piston rod penetrates through the sleeve member, and the seal ring is sleeved on the cover body.

US Pat. No. 10,100,972

FURNITURE PART ASSEMBLY

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A furniture part assembly, comprising:a first furniture part;
a second furniture part movable with respect to the first furniture part; and
a vibration detection device arranged on one of the first furniture part and the second furniture part, the vibration detection device including a detecting member and a linking member;
wherein when a force is applied to the vibration detection device, the detecting member drives the linking member from a first state to a second state in response to the force, thereby preventing the second furniture part from moving with respect to the first furniture part in a direction;
wherein the vibration detection device includes a first component and a second component movably mounted to the first component, and the second component is movable with respect to the first component in response to the force in order for the detecting member to drive the linking member in response to movement of the second component; and
wherein the linking member is movably mounted on the first component and has a contact portion, the detecting member is configured to drive the linking member via the contact portion, and the contact portion is an inclined or curved surface.

US Pat. No. 10,149,538

SLIDE RAIL MECHANISM

King Slide Works Co., Ltd...

1. A slide rail mechanism, comprising:a rail;
a first supporting member displaceable with respect to the rail from a first position to a second position, with a first bracket disposed at the first supporting member;
a second supporting member displaceable with respect to the rail from a third position to a fourth position, with a second bracket disposed at the second supporting member;
wherein the first bracket and the second bracket define a first distance therebetween when the first supporting member is at the first position and the second supporting member is at the third position;
wherein the first bracket and the second bracket define a second distance therebetween when the first supporting member is at the second position and the second supporting member is at the fourth position, and the second distance is greater than the first distance; and
a supporting rail connected to a backside of the rail, wherein the supporting rail includes an upper wall, a lower wall, and an extension wall connected between the upper wall and the lower wall, the upper wall, the lower wall, and the extension wall jointly define a channel, the first supporting member and the second supporting member are displaceable with respect to the rail through the channel.

US Pat. No. 10,172,458

BRACKET DEVICE

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A bracket device, comprising:a bracket comprising at least one mounting member;
a fastening member movably mounted to the bracket, the fastening member comprising a supporting leg; and
a supporting frame movable relative to the bracket, the supporting frame comprising a supporting structure;
wherein when the supporting frame is located at a position relative to the bracket, the supporting structure of the supporting frame does not abut against the supporting leg of the fastening member, so as to allow the fastening member to be in a first state relative to the at least one mounting member;
wherein when the supporting frame is moved away from the position relative to the bracket, the supporting structure of the supporting frame is configured to abut against the supporting leg of the fastening member, so as to allow the fastening member to be in a second state relative to the at least one mounting member;
wherein the supporting frame further comprises an extension part and a guiding structure, the extension part is located between the supporting structure and the guiding structure, the supporting structure comprises a supporting section and a guiding section adjacent to the supporting section, the fastening member further comprises a guiding leg; when the supporting frame is located at the position relative to the bracket, the extension part of the supporting frame abuts against the guiding leg of the fastening member so as to hold the fastening member in the first state; when the supporting frame is moved away from the position relative to the bracket, the guiding section of the supporting structure is configured to move the supporting leg of the fastening member so as to drive the fastening member to switch from the first state to the second state; when the fastening member is in the second state, the supporting section of the supporting structure is configured to abut against the supporting leg of the fastening member; when the supporting frame returns to the position relative to the bracket, the guiding structure of the supporting frame is configured to drive the fastening member to switch from the second state to the first state through the guiding leg.

US Pat. No. 10,172,459

SYNCHRONIZATION SYSTEM FOR SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY AND FURNITURE SYSTEM THEREWITH

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A synchronization system, applicable to a furniture system, the furniture system comprising a first slide rail assembly and a second slide rail assembly, each of the first slide rail assembly and the second slide rail assembly comprising a first rail and a second rail movable relative to the first rail, the synchronization system comprising:a first synchronization device configured to be detachably connected to the first slide rail assembly of the furniture system;
a second synchronization device configured to be detachably connected to the second slide rail assembly of the furniture system;
a synchronization rod detachably mounted between the first synchronization device and the second synchronization device for allowing the second rail of the first slide rail assembly and the second rail of the second slide rail assembly to move synchronously; and
an opening mechanism configured to be attached to the second rail of the first rail assembly, wherein the opening mechanism comprises an elastic member and a locking member configured to lock the elastic member, the first synchronization device comprises a housing and a driving member mounted to the housing, the driving member is configured to drive the locking member to move for unlocking the elastic member in response to the second rail moving relative to the first rail from a predetermined position along a first direction, in order to allow the elastic member to release an elastic force for driving the second rail of the first slide rail assembly and the second rail of the second slide rail assembly to move along a second direction opposite to the first direction.

US Pat. No. 10,159,343

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly applicable to a rack, the slide rail assembly comprising:a first rail;
a first bracket configured to mount the first rail to a first post of the rack, wherein the first bracket and the first rail are movable relative to each other;
a second bracket configured to mount the first rail to a second post of the rack, wherein the second bracket and the first rail are movable relative to each other; and
a second rail movable relative to the first rail;
wherein the first rail is movable relative to the rack when the first bracket and the second bracket are mounted to the first post and the second post respectively;
wherein the slide rail assembly further comprises a third rail movably mounted between the first rail and the second rail, each of the first rail and the second rail comprises a front part and a rear part, when the second rail and the third rail are moved relative to the first rail along a first direction to be in an extended state, the first rail is movable relative to the rack along the first direction to allow the front part of the first rail to be located between the front part and the rear part of the second rail.

US Pat. No. 10,213,017

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:a first rail comprising a releasing feature;
a second rail movable relative to the first rail;
a third rail movable relative to the second rail, the third rail comprising a first wall, a second wall and a side wall connected between the first wall and the second wall, at least one of the first wall and the second wall of the third rail being arranged with a cut-out portion defining a groove, the groove being concaved from a surface of the at least one of the first wall and the second wall of the third rail; and
an engaging member pivoted to the second rail;
wherein the engaging member is configured to engage with the third rail to allow the second rail and the third rail to be synchronously moved relative to the first rail along a first direction, and the releasing feature is configured to disengage the engaging member from the third rail when the second rail is synchronously moved with the third rail relative to the first rail to a predetermined position.

US Pat. No. 9,474,182

SLIDE RAIL ASSEMBLY

KING SLIDE WORKS CO., LTD...

1. A slide rail assembly, comprising:
a first rail defining a first passage along a first direction;
a first connection base movably connected to the first rail and movable relative to the first rail between a first position
and a second position in the first passage;

a second rail capable of moving relative to the first rail along the first direction; and
a second connection base connected to the second rail;
wherein the first rail comprises two first sidewalls and a first lateral wall connected between the two first sidewalls, the
first passage is defined by the two first sidewalls and the first lateral wall, the slide rail assembly further comprises
a middle rail movably connected to the first rail and movable relative to the first rail in the first passage, the middle
rail comprises two second sidewalls and a second lateral wall connected between the two second sidewalls, a second passage
is defined by the two second sidewalls and the second lateral wall along the first direction, the second rail is movably connected
to the middle rail and movable relative to the middle rail in the second passage.