CA2029867A1 - Postcard and its manufacturing method - Google Patents

Postcard and its manufacturing method

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CA2029867A1
CA2029867A1 CA 2029867 CA2029867A CA2029867A1 CA 2029867 A1 CA2029867 A1 CA 2029867A1 CA 2029867 CA2029867 CA 2029867 CA 2029867 A CA2029867 A CA 2029867A CA 2029867 A1 CA2029867 A1 CA 2029867A1
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material
postcard
resin layer
adherent resin
heat adherent
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French (fr)
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Noboru Matsuguchi
Tadashi Matsuguchi
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Daimatsu Kagaku Kogyo Co Ltd
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Noboru Matsuguchi
Tadashi Matsuguchi
Daimatsu Kagaku Kogyo Co., Ltd.
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B42BOOKBINDING; ALBUMS; FILES; SPECIAL PRINTED MATTER
    • B42DBOOKS; BOOK COVERS; LOOSE LEAVES; PRINTED MATTER CHARACTERISED BY IDENTIFICATION OR SECURITY FEATURES; PRINTED MATTER OF SPECIAL FORMAT OR STYLE NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; DEVICES FOR USE THEREWITH AND NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; MOVABLE-STRIP WRITING OR READING APPARATUS
    • B42D15/00Printed matter of special format or style not otherwise provided for
    • B42D15/02Postcards; Greeting, menu, business or like cards; Letter cards or letter-sheets
    • B42D15/025Postcards; Greeting, menu, business or like cards; Letter cards or letter-sheets with peel-away layer hiding information
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63FCARD, BOARD, OR ROULETTE GAMES; INDOOR GAMES USING SMALL MOVING PLAYING BODIES; VIDEO GAMES; GAMES NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • A63F3/00Board games; Raffle games
    • A63F3/06Lottos or bingo games; Systems, apparatus or devices for checking such games
    • A63F3/065Tickets or accessories for use therewith
    • A63F3/0665Tickets or accessories for use therewith having a message becoming legible after rubbing-off a coating or removing an adhesive layer

Abstract

Abstract A postcard comprising a postcard material and a sticking material adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material, the sticking material comprising a base material having a suppressiveness the first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion formed on a principal suface of the base material and the second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer, and further, a sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material with the first and second heat adherent resin layer.
The sticking material is adhered weakly at a portion of the first heat adherent resin layer and is adhered strongly at the portion of second heat adherent resin layer.
Therefore, the base material is not accidentally peeled off from the postcard material with a force applied to the second heat adherent resin layer.
When peeled off the base material at the portion where the second heat adherent resin layer is not formed, the base material are peeled off from the postcard material in the postcard material including the base material having the suppressiveness, while, the base material, the suppression layer, and the first heat adherent resin layer are peeled off from the postcard material in the postcard material including the suppression layer having the supprssiveness. Therefore, the surface of the postcard material can be seen.
According to the present invention, a sticking material which is able to cover preferabley and temporarily the surface of the postcard material without any process on the surface of the postcard material, and a manufacturing method thereof are obtained.

Description

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SPECIFICATION
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1'ITLE OF THE INVENTION

Postcard and Manufacturing Method Thereof ~ .
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manufacturing method thereof, more specifically, the present invention relates to a postcard for covering temporarily a , portion provided with a confidential matter formed on a surface of a postcard material by adhering it on the portion, and a manufacturing method thereof.

Background Art As a conventional postcard which constitutes a background of this invention, there is a material including a~
postcard material formed a confidential matter on a surface thereof, and a sticking material which a pressure sensitive adhesive layer is formed on the reverse side of postcard ::
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In this conventional postcard, a surface of a postcard material can be covered by adhering it on the surface of :~
the postcard material, however, it is not preferably used for ;~.
covering temporarily the confidential matter, since the ` :~

sticking material is hardly peeled off from the surface of ; ~;
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In oxder to facilitate peeliny the stickin~ material from the surface of the postcard material, it is thin]iing that a peeling process such as silicon processing is applied on the surface of the postcard material so as to be peeled off the sticking material. However, an applying the peeling process on the postcard material complicates a machinery, and the cost for manufacturing increases. Therefore, it is har~ly to apply the pee~ng process. And, further, if peeliny process is applied on the surface of the -~ostcarcl material, the sticking material is separated from the postcard material inadvertently.

Disclosure of Invention Therefore, it is a principal object of the present invention to provide a postcard material, which is able to cover preferably and temporarily a part~of surface of the postaar~d material without any process on the surface of postcard the;~material, and a manufacturing method thereof.
The~f1rst inVent~1On is ~a postcard comprisiny a postcarct material~and a sticking material adhered to a part of surface of the postcard materlal comprising,said sticking material coMprlsing,a base material having a supp~issiveness,the first heat adherent resin layer~havins a weak adhesion formed on a principal surface of the base material,and the second heat 2~29~

adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer~said sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
The second invention is a method for manufacturing the aforementioned first postcard.
The third invention is a postcard comprising a postcard material,and a sticking material adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material comprising,said sticking material comprising a base material, a suppresion layer haviny a :. :
`~ suppressivelless formed on one primcipal surface of the base ma-terial,the first heat adherent resin layer having a weak ., .
~ adhesion formed on a principal surface of the suppression ~
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layer, and the second heat adherent resin layer having a ~;~ strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer~said sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material by the first heat :: ~ . . :
~- adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer~
The forth invention is a method for manufacturing the aforementioned third postcard. ~;
The fifth invention is a postcard comprising a postcard material,and a sticking material is formed integral with said ;~
postcard material and adhered to a part of surface of the ' 2~2~8~7 postcard material comprising, said sticking material comprising a base material having a supprissiveness,the first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion formed on a principal surface of the base material,and the second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer,said sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
The sixth invention is a method for rllanufacturing the aforementioned fifth postcard.
The seventh invention is a postcard comprising a postcard rnaterial,and a sticking ~aterial is formed integral with said postcard material and adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material comprising~said stic~ing- material conprlsing a base material~ a suppresslon layer having a supyressiveness formed on one principal surface of the base material,the fir~st heat adherent resin layer having a weak adheslon formed on a principal surface of the suppression layer~and the second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer~said sticking material is adhered to a~ surface of the postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.

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The eighth invention is a method for manufacturing the aforel~entioned seventh postcard.
The above and other objects, features, aspect and advantages of the present invention will become more apparent fror,~ the followirlg detailed description of the eMbodiments ~ rnade in connection with the accompanying drawings.
: ~ . -'' Brief Description of Drawinys Fig. 1 is a surface view showing one embodiment of the present invention, and Fiy. 2 is a reverse side view thereof.
Fig. 3A is a perspective view showing a postcard piece of the embodiment and Eig. 3B is a sectional view thereof.
~i Fig. 4 is a diagrammatical view of a manufacturing machine showing one eY.ample of manufacturing process of a covering material.
~; Fig. 5A is a surface view of a continuous raw paper.
Fig. 5B is a perspective view of the covering material.
Fig. 6 is a perspective view generally showing an adhes1on machine for the covering material.
Fig. 7A and Fig. 7B are diag-rammatical views of an adhesive portion transfer unit.

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Fig. 8 is a perspective view showing an essential portion of a covering material transfer unit.
Fig. 9~ is a perspeotive view showing around a covering ~

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2~2~7 material cutter on the downstream side of the unit shown in Fig. 8, and Fig. 9B is a diagramMatical view showing an essential portion on the backs:ide of the covering material cutter. ;
Flg. lOA is a perspective view showing an essential portic)n of a pressing and heating unit for the covering material, and Fig. lOB is a diayrammatical view showing an -essential portion of its backside.
Fig. 11 is a view showing a time chart of the adhesion rnachine shown in Fig. 6.
Fig. 12A and Fig. 12B are views showing a state which the covering raaterial is peeled off from the postcard -~
material, in which Fig. 12A is a perspective view thereof, and Fig. 12B is a sectional view thereof. -Fig. 13A and Fig. 13B are views showing an another ~;~
embodir[lent of the present invention, in which Fig. 13A is a persuective view thereof, and Fig. 13B is a sectional view , i ~ : ~ :: -thereof.
; Fig. 14A and Fiy. 14B are views showing a state which the base material of~the postcard shown in Fig. 13A and ~ - Fig. 13B is peeled off from the postcard material, in which `~ Flg. 14A is a per;spective view thereof, and Fig. 14B is a ; sectional view thereof.
-~ Fig. 15A and Fig. 15B are vlews showing a separate embodiment of the present invention, in which Fig. 15A is a `~ 6 202~6~
perspective view thereof, and Fig. 15B is a sectional view thereof.
Fig. 16A and Fig. 16B are views showing a state which a narrow part of the base material of the postcard shown in Fig. 15A and Fig. 15B is peeled off from the postcard mater.ial, in which Fiy. 16A is a perspective view thereof, and Fig. 16B is a sectional view thereof. ~;
Fig. 17A is a perspective view showing a postcard as a , separate embodiment of the present invention, and Fig. 17B

is a sectional view thereof.
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;~ Fig. 18A and Fig. 18B are views showing a state which a covering material of the aforementioned embodiment is cut and ~ is peeled off from the postcard material, in which Fig. 18A
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view thereof.
Fig. 19 is a perspective view of a continuum of a ~; postcard material.
Fig. 20 is an illustrative view showing a state which a continuum of a covering material of a postcard is stucked to ~ ~ : : , , the postcard material in a folded-back fashion.
Fig. 21A and 21B are views showing a separate embodiment, in which Fig. 21A is a perspective view thereof, and Fig. 21B is a sectional view thereof.
Fig. 22 :is a sectional view showing a state which the covering material of the postcard shown in Fig. 21A and ;~

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Fig. 23 is a plane view showing a separate embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 24 is view showiny a separate variation of the ~ ~;
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Best Mode for carrying out the Invention Fig. 1 is a surface view showing one embodiment of the ~ ~
present invention, and Fig. 2 is a reverse side view thereof. ~ ' The continuous postcard 10 includes a postcard material 12 of standard postcard size and a covering material 14 as ; .,, a sticking material adhered on a part of the postcard ~; ~ material 12.

The continuous postcard 10, as shown in Fig. 5A, ~;~

includes a continuous raw paper lOa which is formed :: - ., : . .~
separably into each postcard material 12 of standard postcard size. That is, on boundary lines of each postcard material 12, perforations are formed suitably to form each `~
postcard material 12, and at opposite ends of the continuous raw paper lOa, sprocket holes 16 are formed continuously at a suitable distance. ;-In the present invention, as the continuous raw paper lOa, thin materials such as synthetic paper and other synthetic resin sheets and the like are used besides the ~;-typical paper, 8 -~
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Furtller, on the surface of the postcard material 12, a lottery part 13a such as a letter "winning': or "lose" and a confidential matter 13b such as a information of the finance or the insurance are forrned. ~he lottery part 13a and the confidential matter 13b are formed by printing on the surface of the postcard rnaterial 12. Meanwhile, the lottery part 13a and the confidential matter 13b ~nay be formed by writing with a pen.
On the surface of the postcard material 12 including the lottery part 13a and the confidential matter 13b, the covering material 14 is adhered.
Next, the covering material 14 will be explained in refer to Fig. 2, Fig-. 3A and Fig. 3B principally.
The covering material 14 includes a sheet of base material 18, the base material 18 is formed with a relatively soft material such as paper, synthetic resin fil~n and the like which can be cut by a scissors or the like.
~ nd on one main surface of the base material 18 a suppression layer 20 is formed.

: , ~;The suppression layer 20 is formed by printins a silver ink and the like or laminating a film material such as an aluminun foil having a suppressiveness with adhesives and the like.
On the surface of the suppression layer 20, a first heat adherent resin layer 22 is formed by coating a heat adherent 9 :

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resin with a weak adhesive strength as heating and extruding it, or by gravure or silk screen printing as dissolving it in a solvent or despersing in water and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 has a weak adhesive strength . ~ -The first heat adherent resin layer 22 is formed to melt at about 100C to 200C so as to be adhered to the postcard Material 12 made of paper or the like with a weak adhesive strength.
As an example of said heat adherent resin having a weak adhesive strength, adhesives of EVA group may be selected.
The composition of the adhesive cornprises an EVA (ethylene~
vinyl acetate copolymerized resin), a tackifier, a wax and an anti-oxidant, to which sometimes a release agent such as silicon or reducing the adhesion, a plasticizer and a filler are added as an adjutant.
As the tackifier, there are glycerin of partially : . ~ . ~ :
hydrogenated rosin, glycerin-ester of rosin, pentaerythritol ;
modified rosin, petroleum resin, ~ -methylstyrene/vinyl toluene copolymer, terpene oil polymer and terpene-phenol polymer, etc As the wax, there are paraffin wax, microcrystalline `
wax, low molecular weight polyethylene wax, Fischer-Tropsch wax, caster wax and chlorinated paraffin, etc. ;
As the anti-oxidant, there are hindered phenol group compound, salicylic acid group compound, benzophenone group ,:.' , `:
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com~ound, benzotriazol group compound, phosphorus group compound, sulfur group compound, organic metal yroup compound, etc.
As the heat adherent resins having a weak adhesive strength other than the aforesaid examples, there are stylene-butadiene-stylene copolymer, stylene-isoprele-stylene copolymer, polyethylene, ethylene-ethylacrylate copolymerized resin, ethylene-acrylic acid copolymerized resin, ethylene-methyl acrylate copolyMerized resin, ethylene-methyl methacrylate, ethylene-methacrylic acid copolymerized resin, ionomer resin, polymethylpentene resin, ethylene-vinylalcohol copolymerized resin, vinylidene chloride resin, vinyl chloride-vinyl acetate copolymerized resin, polyamide resin, stylene-acrylic acid copolymerized resin, polystylene resin, polyacrylic acid copolymerized resin, polyester resin, polyurethane resin, waxes, etc. When printing and coating, these resins can be suitably used as :
heating or dissolving in a solvent or dispersing in water.
Further, on the surface of the first heat adherent resin layer 24, a second heat adherent resin layer 24 having a strong adhesive strength is formed. In this embodiment , the ,:- . ~ I .
second heat adherent resin layer 24 is formed at both sides in the lengthwise direction of the postcard material 12, that is, in the fixed width at the upside and downside of the covering material 14. Moreover, the second heat adherent .

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202~867 resin layer 24 is formed at both sides in the breadthwise direction of the postcard material 12, that is, at riyht and left ends of the covering material 14 in spots. The second heat adherent resin layer 24 is formed by coating a heat adherent resin having a strong adhesive strength, for example adhesl-v~es of EVA group, stylene-butadiene-stylene copolymer, stylene-isoprele-stylene copolymer in parts.
In this case, for exarnple, the tac]cifier is mixed more ~ .: . . :
as compared with the heat adherent resin having a weak -adhesive strength or the release agent is mixed less as -compared with the heat adherent resin having a weak adhesive strength, in the heat adherent resin having a strong adhesive strength. The second heat adherent resin layer 24 may be formed at only both sides of upside and downside or both ;~
right side and left side of the covering material 14. The second heat adherent resin layer 24 may be formed in the ~
fixed width or may be formed in spots. ~ ~`
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Next, a method of manufacturing the covering material 14 will be explained.
Flrst, a paper forming the base material 18 is prepared, `~
and the suppression layer 20 is formed on one main surface ;~
thereof by allover printing with a silver ink, for example, by the known printing method as the offset printing or coating.
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202~67 material 18 formed with the suppression layer 20 is mounted on a hold roller 32 of a manufacturing-~achine 30 for the covering material.
; The base material 18 held by the hold roller 32 is loosen at one end and led to a heat adherent resin coater 34 for printing or coating the heat adherent resin 22a containing, for example, the aforesaid ethylene~vinyl acetate copolymerized resin as a main component. The heat adherent resin coater 34 is a printing or coating ~nachine utilizing known printing or coating methods such as a typographic printing, gravure printing, silk screen printing, offset printing or the like.
By the heat adherent resin coater 34, the heat adherent resin 22a having a weak adhesive strlenyth is printing or coating on the surface of the suppression layer ~0.
The base material 1~ onto which the heat adherent resin 22a is printed or coated is led to a dryer 36, whereby the heat adherent resin 22a is clried and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 is formed.
Next, the base materlal 18 on which the first heat adherent resin layer 22 is formed is led to a heat adherent ~.1` i ' . :
resin coater 40 for printing or coating the heat adherent ` resin 24a having a strong adhesive strength. The heat adherent resin coater 40 is a printing or coating machine utiIizing known printing or coating methods such as ~
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typographic printing, gravure printing, silk screen printing, offset printing or the like. By the heat adherent resin coater 40, the heat adherent resin 24a is printing or coatiny on the sur~ace of the first heat adherent resin layer 22.
The base material 18 onto which the heat adherent resin 24a is printed or coated is led to a dryer 42, whereby the heat adherent resin 24a is dried and the second heat adherent resin layer 24 is formed.
Thus, as shown in Fi~. 5B, a continuous sheet 14a of the covering material is formed with the base material 18, the suppression layer 20, the first heat adherent resin layer 22 and the second heat adherent resin layer 24.
The continuous sheet 14a of the covering material is wound round a take-up roller 44 again.
In this embodi~lent, as shown in Fig. 2 and Fig. 5B, the suppression layer 20 is formed on one main surface of the base material 18, and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 is formed on the surface of the suppression layer 20.
The second heat adherent resin layer 24 is forMed on a surface of the first heat adherent resin layer 22, at the upside and downside of the covering- material 14 in the fixed !:, i ' i:, . :
width. Further, the second heat adherent resin layer 24 is -`~ formed on a surface of the first heat adherent resin layer 22 at both right side and left side in spots~ Therefore, the ;
covering material 14 is adhered strongly to the postcard 2~29867 aterial 12 at a portion which the second adherent resin layer 24 is formed and i5 adhered wea~ly to the postcard material 12 at a portion which the second adherent resin layer 24 is not formed.
Meanwhile, as the example of the base material 18, besides the aforesaid example, there are films of synthetic paper, cellophane, polyethylene, polyester, etc. or an aluminum foil and the like. However, relatively soft materials are preferably selected as the base material 18 such that when the covering material 14 is adhered to the postcard material 12, it will not come off easily therefrom against the adhesions of the first heat adherent resin layer 22 and the second heat adherent resin layer 24.
When the aluminum foil and the like having a good suppressiveness is selected as the base material 18, the suppression layer 20 is not necessary. In this case, the first heat adherent resin layer 22 is formed on one principal surface of the base material 18.
Also, on the base material 18, any suitable printing which fits to properties of the postcard may be performed, or when the continuous material is used as aforesaid ~ ,.. . ( I , embodimentsl for example, a detecting mark(arrow) for detectiny feeding pitches of the base material 18 may be ~ printed with a black color or the like.

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2~29~7 the surface of the continuous raw paper lOa will be explained on the basis of an adhesion machine shown in Fig.
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The adhesion machine 100 for the covering material comprises a continuous paper transfer unit 102 which is designed to feed the continuous raw paper lOa shown in Fig.
5A to the position where the covering material 14 is adhered.
The continuous paper transfer unit 102 includes transfer sprockets 106 formed substantially on opposite ends of a adhesion machine body 104, and an adhesive portion transfer device 108 which is formed substantially in the center of the adhesion machine body 104 to transfer the continuous raw paper lOa in the transferring direction by a suitable distance which, in the present embodiment, corresponds to the length of a sheet of covering material 14 adhered to the postcard material 12. The transfer sprockets 106 which are designed to rotate belts formed with projections which engage . . .: :. .
to the sprocket holes 16 of the continuous raw paper lOa, successively engage the projections to the sprocket holes 16 to transfer the continuous raw paper lOa.
The adhesive portion transfer device 108, as shown in Fig. 7A, includes a continuous paper transfer cum 114 secured to a shaft 112 disposed across the front and rear of the adhesion machine body 104. A suitable ~roove is formed in the body of the continuous paper transfer cum 114 which ':
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The adhesive portion trasnfer table 118 is rnove back and forth through the link mechanisrn 116 by rotation of the continuous paper transfer cum 114.
The amount of continuous raw paper lOa transferred in the continuous paper transfer unit 102, as shown in Fig. 7~
is detected by a synchronizing device 119. That is, a portion of the adhesive portion transfer table 118 is connected to a timing belt ll9c mounted between timing pullies ll9a and ll9b provided at the front and rear of the adhesion machine body 104 by a connecting piece ll9d, thereby the transferrig distance of the adhesive portion transfer table 118 is detected by a pulse signal from an encoder ll9e coupled to the timing pully ll9b to control the rotation of a pulse motor which is a drive source formed on the continuous paper transfex unit 102 for the overall control.
Next, a transfer unit of the covering material 14 which 2~29~6~

is adhered to the surface of the continuous raw paper lOa fed successively by the continuous paper transfer unit 102 will be explained with reference to Fig. 8, Fig~ 9A and Fig.
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The covering material transfer unit 120 includes a reel 122 wh~reon the rolled continuous sheet 14a of the covering material continuously formed by the covering material 14 is mounted, a covering material detector 124 which detects the transferring amount of the continuous sheet 14a pulled out from the reel 122 and the arrival of the continuous sheet 14a at a specified position to output the eleetrieal signal to a controller of the covering rnaterial transfer unit 120, and a coveringmaterial cutter 126 which is disposed on the downstream side from the covering material detector 124 to eut the continuous sheet 14a into a suitable length.
In the eovering material transfer unit 120, at the front and rear of the covering material eutter 126 whieh euts the eontinuous sheet 14a, a pair of covering material earries 128 eomprising rubber rings fixed to a shaft and rotatable as ~ ~ ~ ......
contaeting each other are disposed.
The eontinuous sheet 14a of the eovering materials elarnped between the rings of the pair of covering material carriers 128 is earried to the suitable position on the sufrfaee of the eontinuous raw paper lOa by the rotation of ; the eovering rnaterial earriers 128. --~
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~29$~7 The covering material cutter 126 includes cutter blades 130a and 130b. The cutter blades 130a and 130b are fixed to a cutter body 132 pivotally about pivot axes 130c at one end and to a link mechanism 134 at the other end (refer to Fig. 9A and Fig. 9B).
The link mechanism 134 is fixed pivotally to a cutter : .
shaft 136 fixed pivotally to the cutter body 132 through a fixed piece 138, and the cutter shaft 136 is connected to a disc 142 formed with a cum groove through links 140a and 140b as shown in Fig. 9B. The disc 142 is fixed to the shaft 112 which secures the continuous paper transfer cum 114.
Accordingly, as the disc 142 rotates the cutter shaft 136 is rotated by the action of cum groove formed in the disc 142 throuyh the links 140a and 140b, thereby the cutter blades 130a and 130b are pivoted about the pivot axes 130c $ixed to the cutter body 132 to cut the continuous sheet l~a !: :
of the covering material into the suitable size.
Next, a pressing and heating unit 150 which adheres the covering material 14 to the continuous raw paper lOa will be -~
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In the embodiment, the pressing and heating unit 150 includes a linear pressing and heating device 152 which ` presses the front end of the continuous sheet 14a of the covering materials linearly in the breadthwise direction of ;
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~ the continuous raw paper lOa to adhere it primarily thereto, "`~ .',' :.'.`'' 2 ~ 2 ~ ~ 6 7 and a flat pressing and heating device 15~ which adheres the covering material 14 adhered to the continuous raw paper lOa at its front end by the linear pressing and heating device 152 to the continous raw paper lOa.
The pressing and heating unit 150 includes a s~uare-frame transfer pedestal 156. To the transfer pedestal 156, a linear heater 158 forming the linear pressing and heating device 152 and a plate heater 160 forming the flat pressiny and heating device 154 are secured. The plate heater 160 has subsequentially the same arer as the covering material 14.
Furthermore, in the present embodiment, a press roller 162 is fixed pivotally to the transfer pedestal 156. The :
press roller 162 is designed to press the covering material 14 adhered to the continuous raw paper lOa by the plate heater 160 to ensure close adhesion. The transfer pedestal 156 onto which the linear heater 158 and flat heater 160 are rnounted is fixed movably above the adhesive portion transfer table 118, thereby the continuous raw paper lOa is ;
transferred between the linear heater 158, plate heater 160 ;~
and press roller 162 and the adhesive portion transfer table ;
118. The transfer pedestal 156 is designed to advance back and forth together with the adhesive portion transfer table ~;
118 along the transferring direction of the continuous raw paper lOa.
The transfer pedestal 156 is fixed to a support 164 , ., ,:' :.'.' :

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secured upwardly at the side of adhesive portion transfer table 118 through a link mechanism 166 movably vertically such that the linear heater 158 and plate heater 160 can be attached to the adhesive portion transfer table 118 and detached from it.
l'hat is, an approximately L-shaped link 166a of the link machanism 166 is fixed pivotally to the transfer pedestal 156 at one end, and to the support 164 pivotally at its center by a shaft 168. A pair of same link mechanisms 166 on the upstream and downstream sides are connected by a turnbuckle 166b at the other end of the link 166a so as to operate similarly. The shaft 168 is fixed pivotally to the support 164, thexeby the transfer pedestal 156 is moved vertically together with the linear heater 158 and plate heater 160.
The shaft 168 is connected to a disc 172 formed with a cum groove through another link mechanisM 170 disposed at one end. The disc 172 is fixed to the shaft 112 to which the continuous paper transfer cum 114 and disc 142 are secured.
The link mechanism 170 includes a rocking and straight moviny link mechanism 170A constituted by a guide 171a provided with a slot in the center, a rotor 171b which moves in the slot whlle rotating and a link 171c connecting the shaft 168 and the rotor 171b. Additionally, the link mechanism 170 includes a vertically moving link mechanism 170B which moves the guide 171a vertically and constituted by ; ~:; :;: ;: :

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a link 171d connected to the guide 171a, a link 171e fixed pivotally to the link 171d, another link 171g connected to the other end of the link 171e through a pivot shaft 171f, link 171h connected pivotally to the link 171g and a link 171j connected to the link 171h at its one end and fixed to the adhesion machine body 104 by a pivot axis 171i.
By the action of cum groove formed in the disc 172, the ,. . ., - ..
vertically moving link mechanism 170~ is actuated, and by the action of the link mechanism 170B, the guide 171a moves up and down ina slot 171k formed vertically in the adhesion machine body 104, thereby the link 171c of the rocking and straight moving link rnechanism 170A is rocked, rotating the shaft 168 at a suitable angle to move the transfer pedestal 156 vertically by the action of another link mechanism 166 previously described. -~
In the embodiment, though the linear heater 158 and plate heater 160 are secured integrally to the transfer pedestal 156, they are each controlled by temperature controllers (not shown) separately to keep suitable t emperatures.
Reason for controlling the heater temperature separately is to enabling a delicate adjustment depending upon characteristics or the like of the first and second heat ,:,::
adherent resin layers 22 and 24 formed on the covering ~ material 14.
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;~ 22 2~2~67 Now, operating conditions of the adhesion machine of the coverins material will be e~plained with reference to time charts shwon in Fig. 11.
A prescribed amount of continuous raw paper lOa is transferred by the transfer sprockets 106 of the continuous paper tranfer unit 102.
The adhesive portion transfer table 118, in the present embodiment, is moved from the downstreaml side to the upstream side of the continuous raw paper lOa.
While, as the continuous sheet 14a of the covering material is transferred from the reel 122 by the covering material transfer unit 120, the covering material detector 124 detects a detecting mark, an arrow in this embodiment, formed on the continuous sheet 14a of the covering material, and by the detecting si~nal of the coverin~ material detector 124, the continuous sheet 14a is stopped temporarilly as well as the adhesIve portion transfer table 118. At this time, the covering material cutter 126 is actuated and the ~ , cutter blades 130a and 130b cut the continuous sheet 14a of -~
the covering material into a suitable size, that is, a sheet of covering material 14 by the action of cum groove in the ~` disc 142. ;~
The front end of the covering material 14 cut into the : suitable size by the covering material cutter 126 is ;:
~ positioned at the optimum location on the continuous raw `~; 23 . ~ ' '''',''' ';.''"'"~

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paper lOa, pressed and heated linearly in the breadthwise :
direction of the continuous raw paper lOa by the lineal pressing and heatiny device 152 forming the pressing and :.
heating unit 150 to adhere primarily to the continuous raw paper lOa.
Then, simultaneously with pressing and heating, the continuous raw paper lOa is transferred by a fixed distance, `~
corresponding approximately to the length of the covering .
material 14 in this embodiment, to the downstream side by the action of continuous paper transfer unit 102. That is ~.:
simultaneously, with pressing and heating of the covering material 14 and postcard material 12 which were positioned under the flat pressing and heating device 154 in the previous cycle, the covering material 14 is transferred by , :
the prescribed distance as the continuous raw paper lOa moves to the downstream side. :~
. ~ .
After the adhesive portion transfer table 118 has moved by a prescribed amount on rails 174, the lineal pressing and ~'~
heating device 152 and flat pressing and heating device 154 : '~
; are ayain detached from the adhesive portion transfer table : . .
: 118 by the action of cum groove in the disc 172 and ~ ~
~ :
; positioned thereabove. At the same time, the lineal pressing :~
and heating device 152 and flat pressing and heating device ~; 154 are moved together with the adhesive portion transfer ~ ;
table 118 inversely to the flow of continuous raw paper lOa, 24 :

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or to the prescribed position on the original upstrearn side.
At this time, the press roller 162 presses the coveriny material 14 while rotating.
Then, at the front end position of the following covering material 14 transferred in the next cycle through cuttiny and other processes of the continuous sheet 14a of the covering materials, the adhesive portion transfer table 118 and the linear pressing and heating device 152 and flat pressing and heating device 154 forming the pressins and heating unit 150 are reenyaged. At this time, the covering material 14 transferred in the previous cycle is positioned under the flat pressing and heating device 154. The continuous raw paper lOa adhered with the front end of the covering material 14 of the next cycle is transferred by a prescribed distance by the action of the continuous paper transfer unit 102, and at the same time the front covering i.. :. - . ;:
material 14 transferred previously in the earlier cycle is pressed and heated by the flat pressing and heating device ` -154.
That is, when the covering material 14 adhered at its ~ -front end is positioned under the flat pressing and heating ~-device 154, initial upstream position, which i5 pressed to .``~i the surface of the adhesive portion transfer table 118 by the action of cum groove formed in the disc 172 to press and heat the covering material 14.

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Meanwhile, the transferriny distance of the continuous raw paper lOa is restricted ~y a ~ulse sent frorll the encoder disposed on the continuous paper transler unit 102, and transfer of the covering material transfer unit 120, covering material cutter 126 and pressing and heating unit 150 is controlled by a central processing unit 176. However, the continuous raw paper lOa is designed not to advance reversely in response to the backward movement of the adhesive portion transfer table 118 and the linear pressing and heating device 152 and flat pressing and heating device 154 of the pressing and heating unit 150.
`~The pressing and heatiny unit 150 thus repeats a cycle :,. .
of forward movement, reflection point (downstream side),~;~
backward movement and reflection point (upstream side), and the covering material 14 is adhered suitably to the surface of the postcard material 12 constituting the continuous postcard 10 as shown in Fig. 1.
The continuous postcard 10 thus covered with the covering material 14 uartly is folded suitably, and the uostcard by separating the cotinuous postcard 10 is uut in the post.
;The adhered covering material 14 is adhered strongly at a portion which the second adherent resin layer 24 is formed and is adhered weakly at a portion which the second 26 ~;~

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adherent resin layer 24 is not formed. Thus, as shown in Fig.
12A and Fig. 12B, the coverinc3 material 14 can be peeled off relatively easily frol~ the postcard material 12 by cutting the base material 18, the suppression layer 20 and the first heat adherent resin layer 22.
In this case, the base material 18, the suppresion layer 20 and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 can be also . ~ ......
peeled off relatively easily at the portion ~hich the second heat adherent resin layer 24 is formed in spots. And, the lottery part 13a and the condidential matter 13b formed on a :;: ~ : -:
surface of the postcard material 12 can be seeing.
Fig. 13A and Fiy. 13B are views showing an another embodiment of the present invention, in which Fig. 13A is a perspective view thereof, and Fig. 13B is a sectional view .; .
thereof. In this embodiment, cuts 26a and 26b forming with parforations are formed specifically in the upside and the downside of the base material lS, the suppression layer 20 and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 along the surrounding- of the seconcl heat adherent resin layer 24. The cuts 26a and 26b are formed by a perforator included a cutter roll so-called die roll or by a parforator included a die cutter having a cutter blade.
In this embodiment, as shown in Fig. 14A and Fig. 14B, the covering material 14 can be peeled off relatively easily : ~ i from the postcard material 12 by cutting the base material ~, ~
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2~2~7 18, the suppresion layer 20 and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 at the cuts 26a and 26b at a portion which the second heat adherent resin layer 24 is not formed. Then, the lottery part 13a and the confidential matter 13b on the surface of the postcard material 12 can be seeing.
Fig. 15A and Fig. 15B are views showing a separate embodiment of the present invention, in which Fiy. 15A is a perspective view thereof and Fig. 15B is a sectional view thereof. In this embodiment, a separate cut 26c is formed specifically in the bese material 18, the suppression layer 20, and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 on the inside of the cut 26b. The cut 26c is formed by a die roll together with the cuts 26a and 26b. Furthermore, a half circle cut portion 28 is formed at one end of the base material 1~, the suppression layer 20 and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 in between the cuts 26b and 26c~
In this embodiment, when the center portion of the covering material 14 in the up-and-down direction is peeled off, as shown in Fig. 16A and Fig. 16B, at a narrow portion , . . .
`~ between the cuts 26b and 26c, the base material 18, the suppression layer 20 and the first heat adherent resin layer 22 is peeled off, first.
~ hen, the lotterly part 13a and the confidential matter 13b on a surface of the postcard material 12 can be seen by bending the center portion of the convering material 14 in 2 ~ 2 ~
the up-and-down direction at the cut 26a or by cutting it at the cut 26a.
Meanwhile, in the embodiment shown in Fig. 15A and Fig. 15B, a projection extending to the outside in between ~ -the cuts 26b and 26c may be formed in place of the cut portion 28. Thus, the narrow portion of the covering material 14 is peeled off more easily by hooking the projection.
Fig. 17A is a perspective view showing a postcard as a separate embodiment of the present invention, and Fig. 17B -~
is a sectional view thereof.
Fig. 18A and Fig. 18B are views showing a state which a - ':
~ covering material of the aforementioned embodiment is cut and ;~
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is peeled off from the postcard material, in which Fig. 18A
~;~ is a perspective view thereof and Fig. 18B is a sectional - ~;
view thereof. ~`
;~ ~ This pos~card comprises a postcard stuff 210. The postcard stuff 210 comprises a postcard r.laterial 212, formed .
in the size of the goverment postcard, and a sticking `~`
material, that is to say a covering material 212 stuck to a part of this postcard Material 212. The covering material 1: ' ! I . : :~ . ,, 214 is formed integral with the postcard material 212 in a manner of extending from one end thereof and is stuck to the . ~: .
postcard material 212 in a folded-back fashion.

A lottery part 213a wherein are shown letters such as 29 `~
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`:~.~ '` .' 2~29~7 I'winning'' or "blank" and a confidential matter 213b such as a information of the finance or the insurance are formed on the surface of the postcard rllaterial 212.
The covering- material 214 comprises a base material formed integral with the postcard material 212 in a manner of extending from one end thereof.
The base material 218 is formed with a relatively soft material such as pa~er, synthetic resin film and the like which can be cut by a scissors or the like. And on one main surface of the base rnaterial 218 a suppression layer 220 is formed.
On the surface of the suppression layer 22Q, the first heat adherent resin layer 222 is formed by coating a heat adherent resin with a weak adhesive strength as heating and extruding it, or by gravure or silk screen printiny as dissolving it in a solvent or despersing in water and the first heat adherent resin layer 222 has a weak adhesive strength.
The first heat adherent resin layer 222 is formed to melt at about 100C to 200C so as to be adhered to the postcard material 212 made of paper or the like with a weak adhesive strength.
As an example of said heat adherent resin having a weak adhesive strength, adhesives of EVA group of the same as the aforementioned embodiment shown in Fig. 1 may be selected.

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., ~ :., Further, on the surface of the first heat adherent resin layer 222, a s~cond heat adi-lerent resin layer 224 haviny a stron~ adhesive strength is formed. In this embodirnent, the second heat adherent resin layer 224 is formed at both sides in the lengthwise direction of the postcard Material 12, that is, in the fixed width at the upside and downside of the covering material 14. Moreover, the second heat adherent resin layer 224 is formed at both sides in the breadthwise direction of the postcard material 12, that is, at right and left ends of the covering rnaterial 14 in spots. The second heat adherent resin layer 224 is formed by coating a heat adherent resin having a strong adhesive strength, for example adhesives of EVA yroup, stylene-butadiene-stylene copolymer, stylene-isoprele-stylene copolymer in parts.
In this case, for example, the tackifier is mixed more , as compared with the heat adherent resin having a weak adhesive strength or the release agent is mixed less as compared with the heat adherent resin having a weak adhesive ~ ~-strength, in the heat adherent resin having a strony adhesive strentgth. The second heat adherent resin layer 224 rl~ay be formed at only both sides of upside and downside or both right side and left sides of the covering material 14.
Next, a method of manufacturing the coveing material 14 will be explained.
First, continuous paper for forming the postcard stuff ;;,'''':~ '' ''."':"''.'~
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210 is prepared. The postcard material 212 portion and the base material 218 portion are forrned continuously in the direction of width of this continuous paper. Accordingly, the length of the continuous paper in the direction of width is a sum of the length of the postcard material 212 and the length of the base material 218.
And, a suppression layer 20 is formed on one principal surface of the base rnaterial 218 of the continuous paper.
As shown in Fig. 19, the postcard stuff 210 is manufactured by the same appratus as appratus shown in Fig. 3. The postcard stuff 210 has the covering rnaterial 214 which is formed by lamr,linating the suppression layer 220, the first heat adherent resin layer 222 and the second heat adherent resin layer 224 on one main surface of a part of the base material 218, successively.
Subse~uently, this postcard stuff 210 is led to a covering material stic};ing apparatus stickin~- this covering material 214 to the postcard rnaterial 212. At this time, to cover a confidential r~atter such as a residual amount deposited in a bank which is formed on 2art of the surface of .
the postcard with the covering material 214, it is necessary to print proper characters in advance on a proper place, for exmple, the lower column of the postcard rnaterial 212.
In addition, in the case of making this covering ~ -~
material 214 adhere, for example, to the lower column of the 2 ~ 2 ~

postcard, as shown in Fig. 20, the postcard stuff 210 is fed sequentially, and it is folded bac~ at the boundary between the postcard material 212 portion and the covering material 214 portion, and the covering material 214 and the postcard material 212 are bonded. Then, the surface of postcard stuff 210 is pressed by a pressing roller, and the covering material 214 is stuck to the surface of the postcard material 212. Then, the postcard stuff 210 is cut in a proper size, and the postcard of the present invention is formed.
The adhered covering material 214 is adhered strongly at a portion which the second adherent resin layer 224 is formed and is adhered weakly at a portion which the second adherent resin layer 224 is not formed. Thus, as shown in Fig. 18A and Fig. 18B, the covering material 224 can be peeled off relatively easily from the postcard material 212 by cutting the base material 218, the suppression layer 220 and the first heat adherent resin layer 222.
;; ,: .
In this case, the base material 218, the suppresion layer 220 and the first heat adherent resin layer 222 can be peeled off relatively easily at the portion which the second heat adherent resin layer 224 is formed in spots. And, the ~,, . l -;.. .
lottery part 213a and the confidential matter 213b formed on a surface of the postcard material 212 can be seeing.
Fig. 21A and Fig. 21B are views showing an another embodiment of the present invention, in which Fig. 21A is a '" .' ;'':;
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2~29~67 perspective view thereo~, and Fig. 21B is a sectional view thereof. In this embodiment, cuts 226a and 226b forming with parforations are formed specifically in the upside and the downside of the base material 218, the suppression layer 220, and the first heat adherent resin layer 222 alony the surrounding of the second heat adherent resin layer 224.
In this embodiment, as shown in Fig. 22, the covering material 214 can be peeled off relatively easily from the postcard material 212 by cutting the base rnaterial 218, the sup~resion layer 220 and the first heat adherent resin layer 222 at the cuts 226a and 226b at a portion which the second heat adherent resin layer 24 is not formed. Tllen, the lottery part 213a and the confidential matter 213b on the surface of the postcard material 212 can be seeiny.
In aforementioned embodiment, the center portion of the covering material 14 in the up and down direction is peeld off.
However, for example, a center portion of the covering material 14 may be formed so as to peel off from the postcard material 12 by formin~ the second heat adherent resin layer 24 along the surrounding of the covering material 14, and by forming a cut along the second heat adherent resin layer 24 in the base material 18, the suppression layer 20 and the first heat adherent resin layer 22.
In aforementioned embodiment, the lottery part 13a is . .

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, :-for~ed on a surface of the postcard material 20, however, the lottery part 13a may be forrned on the surface of the suppression layer 20 or the surface of the postcard material 12 when having the suppression layer 20, may be formed on one main surface of the base material 18 or the surface of the postcard material 12 when not having the suppression layer 20. .
IT1 the aforementioned embodiment, the cut is forrned -~
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along the surrounding of the covering material, a center portion of the covering material can be cut by the cut.
In this case, as shown in Fig. 23, when each cuts are constituted witll a linear cut portion 324a and a curvilinear cut portion 324b respectively so as to overlap a part of one cut 324 and a part of the next cut 324 in a direction for peeling the covering material 312, the center portion of the covering material 312 can be peeled off easily. In addition, for peeling off the center portion of the covering material 412 easily, as shown in Fig. 24, for example, each linear cuts 424 may be formed along edges of the base material 414 on a slant so as to overlap a part of one cut 424 and a part of the next cut 424 in a direction for peeling off the covering material 412.
In the postcard as sho~Jn in Fig. 23 and Fig. 24, by pulling the covering material between the adjacent perforations is broken as the direction thereof is shown by - ~;

2~2~7 an arrow of dash-dot line, and the covering material of the portion encompassed by the perforation is peeled off.
In said embodiment shown in Fig. 1 the covering material is stucked to only one part of surface of the postcard material.
However, as shown in Fig. 23 and 24, the same covering material as the postcard material may be forr,led and the covering material may be formed so as to be stuck to cover the whole surface of said postcard material.
While the present invention has been particularly described an dshown, it is to be understood that it is for the purpose of illustration and example and not for limitation. The spirit and scope of the invention is therefore to be determined solely by the accompanying claims.

Industrial Applicability The sticking material is adhered on the surface of the postcard material weakly at a portion of the first heat adherent resin layer and lS adhered strongly at the portion : ~ :
of second heat adheren~ resin layer. Therefore, the base m,aterial is not accidentally peeled off from the material to be sticked with a force applied to the second heat adherent resin layer. Then, the surface of the postcard material is covered with the base material of the sticking material including the base material having the suppressiveness or 2~2~8~7 ~lith the suppression layer of the sticking material including the suppression layer haviny the suppressiveness.
When peeled off the sheet base material at the portion where the second heat adherent resin layer is not formed, the sheet base material are peeled off from the material to be sticked in the stickiny rnaterial including the base material haviny the suppressiveness, while, the sheet base material, the suppression layer, and the first heat adherent resin layer -Zlre peeled off from the postcard material in the sticking material including the suppression layer having the . . :. . .:
~ supprssiveness. Therefore, the surface of the postcard :~ : : ::: ., material can be seeing-.

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Claims (16)

1. A postcard comprising:
a postcard material; and a sticking material adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material comprising said stiking material comprising:
a base material having a suppressiveness;
a first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion formed on a principal surface of the base material, and the second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer:
said sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
2. A postcard of claim 1, wherein a cut is formed in a base material and the first heat adherent resin layer at a portion which the second heat adherent resi layer is not formed.
3. A postcard of claim 1, wherein a lottery part is formed on one principal surface of a base material or a surface of a postcard material;
A sticking material is adhered to a surface of a postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer so as to conceal the lottery part.
4. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 1 comprising:
a step for preparing a base material;
a step for forming a first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion on a principal surface of base material;
a step for forming a second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer;
a step for preparing postcard material; and a step for adhering the base material to one part of surface of the postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
5. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 4, wherein a step for forming a cut in a base material and a first heat adherent resin layer at a portion which a second heat adherent resin layer is not formed is included.
6. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 4, wherein a step for forming a lottery part on one principal surface of a base material or a surface of a postcard material and a step for adhering a base material to a portion of a surface of postcard material with a first heat adherent resin layer and a second heat adherent resin layer so as to conceal the lottery part are included.
7. A postcard comprising:

a postcard material; and a sticking material adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material comprising;
said stiking material comprising:
a base material;
a suppresion layer having a suppressiveness formed on one principal surface of the base material;
the first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion formed on a principal surface of the suppression layer; and the second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer:
said sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material with the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
8. A postcard of claim 7, wherein a cut is formed in a base material, a suppresion layer and the first heat adherent resin layer at a portio which the second heat adherent resi layer is not formed.
9. A postcard of claim 7, wherein a lottery part is formed on one principal surface of a suppresion layer or a surface of a postcard material;
A sticking material is adhered to a surface of a postcard material with the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer so as to conceal the lottery part.
10. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 7 comprising:
a step for preparing a base material;
a step for forming a suppression layer on one principal surface of the base material;
a step for forming a first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion on a principal surface of the suppression layer;
a step for forming a second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer;
a step for preparing a postcard material; and a step for adhering the suppression layer to one part of surface of the postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin lyaer .
11. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 10, wherein a step for forming a cut in a base material, a suppression layer and a first heat adherent resin layer at a portion which a second heat adherent resin layer is not formed is included.
12. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 10, wherin a step for forming a lottery part on one principal surface of a suppresion layer or a surface of a postcard material and a step for adhering a base material to a portion of a surface of suppression layer with a first heat adherent resin layer and a second heat adherent resin layer so as to conceal the lottery part are included.
13. A postcard comprising:
a postcard material; and a sticking material is formed intergral with said postcard material and is adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material in a folded-back fashion comprising;
said stiking material comprising:
a base material having a supprissiveness;
the first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion formed on a principal surface of the base material;
and the second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer:
said sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material with the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
14. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 13 compresing:
a step for preparing a postcard stuff including a postcard material and a sticking material which is formed integral with said postcard mateial and adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material in a folded-back fashion;

a step for manufacturing the sticking material comprising the following steps (A) and (B) :
(A) forming a first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion on a principal surface of base material;
(B) forming a second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer; and a step for adhering the base material to one part of surface of the postcard material with the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer in a folded-back fashion.
15. A postcard comprising:
a postcard material; and a sticking material is formed integral with said postcard material and adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material in a folded-back fashion comprising;
said sticking material conprising:
a base material;
a suppresion layer having a suppressiveness formed on one principal surface of the base material;
the first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion formed on a principal surface of the suppression layer; and the second heat adherent resin layer having a strong adhesion formed on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layer:
said sticking material is adhered to a surface of the postcard material with the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
16. A method for manufacturing a postcard of claim 15 comprising;
a step for preparing a postcard stuff including a postcard material and a sticking material which is formed integral with said postcard material and adhered to a part of surface of the postcard material in a folded-back fashion;
a step for manufacturing the sticking material comprising the following step (A), (B) and (C):
(A) a step for forming a suppression layer on one principal surface of the base material;
(B) a step for forming a first heat adherent resin layer having a weak adhesion on a principal surface of the suppression layer;
(C) a step for forming a second heat adherent resin alyer having a strong adhesion on a part of surface of said first heat adherent resin layesr: and a step for adhering the base material to one part of surface of the postcard material by the first heat adherent resin layer and the second heat adherent resin layer.
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