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 A conventional supporting frame includes four supporting rods and several plates for receiving goods thereon. The supporting frame has a rigid structure wherein each plate is firmly engaged its four ends with the four rods. The space between two plates is hard to be changed. Large goods cannot be placed therein. And it will be waste when only small goods are placed in a large fixed space.
 Accordingly, the present invention provides a supporting frame with adjustable connecting joints, which includes spiral rods and taped joints to provide an easy connection and adjustment effectively for overcoming the drawback of prior art.
 The following drawings indicate the structure of the supporting frame with adjustable connecting joints, along with improvement and features of the present invention.
 Please referring to
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 In use, the taped joint (