CN1684623A - Improved remove tabs for tacky inserts of a floor mat - Google Patents

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CN1684623A
CN1684623A CN 02828052 CN02828052A CN1684623A CN 1684623 A CN1684623 A CN 1684623A CN 02828052 CN02828052 CN 02828052 CN 02828052 A CN02828052 A CN 02828052A CN 1684623 A CN1684623 A CN 1684623A
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一种改进的小地毯的粘性插件的移动小突出部。 Mobile widget small viscosity, an improved rug projecting portion. 该移动小突出部可具有非光滑纹理,相邻的小突出部通过隔离件偏置,其尺寸不同,或者,构造成能够很容易从一叠插件中操纵和移去单独的一个插件。 Moving the small tabs projecting portion may have a non-smooth texture, adjacent spacer member by a bias, of different dimensions, or can be configured to be easily manipulated and removing a plug from a stack of single plugin.

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改进的用于小地毯的粘性插入件的的可移去的小突出部 Removable tabs for improved tack rugs of the insert

相关申请的交叉参考本申请要求根据35 USC部分119(e)要求于2002年12月12日申请的美国临时专利申请60/339,316的权利。 CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS This application claims priority to December 12, 2002 under 35 USC section 119 (e) of U.S. Provisional Patent Application claims claim 60 / 339,316 in. 而且,本申请是美国申请09/935,672的部分继续申请,美国申请09/935,672是2000年11月2日申请的国际申请PCT/US00/30206的部分继续申请,该国际申请PCT/US00/30206是2000年4月19日申请并于2001年5月22日授权的专利号为6233776的美国专利申请09/553234的部分继续申请。 Moreover, the present application is a part of US Application 09 / 935,672 a continuation of U.S. Application 09 / 935,672 is part of International Application No. PCT 2000 November 2 application / US00 / 30206 a continuation of the International Application No. PCT / US00 / 30206 are April 19, 2000 and 2001 application May 22 issued patents, US Patent No. 6,233,776 is a continuation application part 09/553234. 09/553,234号专利申请是1999年10月15日申请的09/418,752号美国申请的部分继续申请,09/418,752号美国申请是于1999年5月4日申请并且于2001年4月24日以6,219,876号美国专利授权的09/304,051号美国申请的部分继续申请。 No. 09 / 553,234 patent application is a part of US Application No. 09 / 418,752, 1999 October 15 filed continuation application, 09 / 418,752 US application is 1999 May 4 application and in 2001 April 24 to No. 6,219,876 part of US application No. 09 / 304,051 US patent authorization to continue to apply. 所有上述申请全部内容在此提供作为参考。 The entire contents of all of the above applications incorporated by reference herein provided.

技术领域 FIELD

本发明涉及一种小地毯。 The present invention relates to a rug. 更特别是,本发明提供一种包括可清洁部分的小地毯。 More particularly, the present invention provides an rugs cleanable portion. 小地毯还可包括一个散水元件,一个吸水元件,一个减震元件,定制的图形,一个透明的可清洁部分,在该可清洁部分上的粘性面,一种抗细菌成分,一种抗真菌成分,和一种芳香剂。 Rugs may also comprise a water dispersion element, an absorbent element, a damping element, customized graphics, a transparent cleanable portion, a tacky surface on the cleanable portion, an anti-bacterial component, an antifungal component , and one fragrances. 可清洁部分易受侵蚀并且可包括若干可清洁再使用的层。 Cleaning portion may be erodible and may include a plurality of layers may be cleaned for reuse. 如果在小地毯中包括粘性面,防滑特性可与粘性面有关,以帮助防止在可能的湿粘性面上的滑动。 If the adhesive face comprising a non-slip characteristics may be related to the small surface tack the carpet to help prevent a possible sliding surface of the wet tack. 另外,在小地毯中可包括传感器系统,以便在小地毯需要清洁时有助于使用者识别。 In addition, small carpet may include a sensor system to facilitate user identification when rugs needs cleaning.

背景技术 Background technique

公知小地毯用来清洁打算进入特定区域或房间的人的鞋子的鞋底。 Sole of the shoe is known for cleaning rugs going to get into a particular area or room of people. 一般的,小地毯的一个问题是,借助其特别的特性,在它实现其功能时被有意弄脏的情况下,如何保持小地毯足够清洁以便可以实现清洁人的鞋子的功能。 In general, a problem rugs is that with its special characteristics, in the case when it implements its function is intentionally blurred, how to keep the rugs clean enough so that people can achieve clean shoes functions.

公知的小地毯可包括一种单独的整片材料。 Known rugs may comprise an integral piece of material alone. 而这些单个结构的小地毯可通过例如清洗小地毯而保持清洁,它可能需要整个小地毯从其所在位置移走,这样在整个小地毯被清洁时,当希望用时就不能再用地毯了。 These rugs single structure may be held by a small carpet cleaning such as washing, it may need to be removed from the entire rug location, so that the entire rug is cleaned when it is desired by the carpet can not be reused. 另外,即使小地毯就地被清洁,如果它位于例如铺地毯区域,这不太可能,因为就地清洁小地毯可能不方便。 In addition, even if the place is clean rugs, for example, if it is located carpeted area, which is unlikely, because the place clean rugs can be inconvenient.

授予Amos的3,785,102号美国专利公开了一种丢弃垫,该丢弃垫包括若干叠置的一次性片,其中,在一个特定片变脏时,脏了的片可被移走和丢弃。 U.S. No. 3,785,102 granted to Amos discloses a mat discarded, the discarded disposable pad comprising a plurality of stacked sheets, wherein, when a particular sheet is dirty, the dirty sheets may be removed and discarded. 在丢弃脏了的片后暴露出的第二片是干净的,因此可再次使用清洁表面。 After discarding the dirty sheet is exposed second sheet is clean, the cleaning surface can therefore be used again. 但是,使用包括一次性片的小地毯可能存在问题。 However, using a disposable piece of rug may be a problem. 每一个脏片的处理可能不经济,因为每个片在变脏后都被丢弃。 Processing each dirty sheet may be uneconomical since each sheet is discarded after all dirty. 另外,在某些有限数量的片被处理掉后,没有片剩下,这样就不能使用有效的清洁表面。 Further, after some finite number of sheets are disposed of, no sheets left, so that the cleaning surface can not be used effectively.

授予Amos的3,785,102号美国专利还公开了一种粘合剂,该粘合剂可布置在每一片的顶表面上,从而改善其从人的鞋子上去除灰尘的能力。 Amos awarded U.S. Patent No. 3,785,102 also discloses a pressure-sensitive adhesive, the adhesive may be disposed on the top surface of each sheet, thereby improving its ability to remove dirt from a person's shoes. 然而,此外,这些片不能被清洁并因此不能再次使用。 However, in addition, these sheets can not be cleaned and thus can not be used again.

授予Amos等人的3,717,897号美国专利公开了用于清洁鞋子和轮子的垫子。 Amos, who awarded US Patent No. 3,717,897 discloses a mat for cleaning shoes and wheels. 垫子包括覆盖其上表面的薄的可水洗的粘合剂,该粘合剂用来将灰尘从鞋子和轮子上去除。 Washable cover mat comprising a thin adhesive surface thereof, the adhesive used to remove dirt from shoes and wheels. 而'897专利公开了有可水洗粘合剂上表面的垫子,垫子对家庭或办公室用途的使用是未公知的。 The '897 patent discloses a pad with a washable adhesive upper surface, the use of mats for home or office use are not known. 如'897专利所指出,垫子位于引导进入干净房间的入口。 The '897 patent points out, the guide pad is located in a clean room into the inlet.

粘性小地毯到目前为止非常流行,以便用于室内环境中,它从外部的门外入口远远移走,例如针对使用它们的建筑物内部的清洁房间,例如医院房间,计算机芯片制造空间,和健身房。 So far viscous rugs are very popular for use in indoor environments, it is far removed from the outside of the entrance door, for example for use inside their buildings clean room, such as a hospital room, computer chip manufacturing space, and Gym. 这样,粘性小地毯可用于靠近引导从门外的环境引导进入的入口的区域,以便在进入建筑物内部之前,例如举例来讲在进口休息厅或在室外走廊,清洁人的鞋子的鞋底,这并非是公知的。 In this way, viscous rugs can be used to close the boot into the boot environment outside of the area from the entrance, so before entering the interior of the building, such as for example in terms of import or lounge in the outdoor corridor, shoe soles clean people, which It is not known.

由于几个公知的缺陷,所以粘性小地毯用于家庭或办公室用途,例如家里或办公室使用并非公知。 As several well-known defects, so the sticky carpet for home or small office use, such as home or office use is not known. 这些缺陷的其中之一是它们的粘性表面在潮湿时不那么有效。 One of these defects is that their tacky surface less effective when wet. 因此,如果粘性表面小地毯用于室外环境,例如上述室外走廊,或者靠近或接近室外入口的室内环境,例如房间或办公室的进口休息厅,以便在进一步进入房间或办公室前清洁人的鞋子,小地毯可能变湿并因此失去效果。 Thus, for example, the outdoor corridors, or near or close to the entrance of the outdoor indoor environment, such as import lounge room or office, in order to further enter the room or office before cleaning people's shoes, small rugs if sticky surface for the outdoor environment, carpet may become wet and therefore ineffective. 例如大气中的潮湿或踩在小地毯上的人的鞋子的鞋底上带来的潮湿,使小地毯变湿。 For example, to bring the shoe sole atmospheric moisture or step on the rug human damp or wet rugs. 另外,如果粘性表面变湿它就会变滑,并因此导致踩在其上的人的危险。 Furthermore, if the tacky surface becomes wet it may become slippery and thus cause a step in which the person at risk.

使用如上所述家庭或办公室用途的公知粘性小地毯的另外缺陷是它们可能有摔倒的危险,以及它们缺乏美观的外表。 Described above is used for home or office use another defect known viscosity rugs is that they may be at risk of falling, as well as their lack of aesthetic appearance. 在'897号专利中,因为为了用于清洁室内环境而设计了垫子,它用粘合剂粘到入口门口前的过道地板上。 In the '897 patent, because in order for a clean room environments cushions, it is adhesively bonded onto the floor in front of the aisle entrance door. 对于在清洁房间用途中保持小地毯就位这是令人满意的,然而,如果企图在铺有地毯的地板上使用'897垫子,该垫子将不会合适的粘在地毯上,这样就出现了摔倒的危险。 For keeping the rug in a clean room applications in place that is satisfactory, however, if you attempt to use '897 mat on the carpeted floor, the mat will not stick right on the carpet, so there have been fall hazard. 这会导致明显的责任事件。 This can result in significant liability event. '897垫子没有足够大的质量,以便它保持就位而不用使用粘合剂。 '897 is not sufficiently large mass of the mat, so that it remains in place without the use of adhesive. 关于美观,因为粘性小地毯公知仅用于它们的功能特点,并因此仅用于“清洁房间”用途,它们无美观的外观。 On appearance, because the viscosity rugs known only for their functional characteristics, and thus only a "clean room" uses, they are not aesthetically pleasing appearance. 因此,出于至少上述原因,粘性小地毯在家庭或办公室的应用并非公知。 Thus, for at least the above reasons, viscosity rugs are not well known in applications in the home or office.

公知的小地毯还存在其它缺点,例如针对特定的购买者定制,并且缺乏附加的清洁特性。 Known rugs there are other disadvantages, such as customized for specific buyers, and lack of additional cleaning properties. 小地毯可以是来访者到特定家庭或办公室所碰到的第一目标。 Rugs can be the first target visitors to a particular home or office encountered. 如此,家庭或办公室的拥有者希望用小地毯图形传达对来访者的最初问候或信息。 So, the owner of a home or office originally hoped to convey greetings or messages to visitors with a small carpet graphics. 然而,已知小地毯可包括对他们的欢迎,现在尚未公知能使特定购买者定制显示的图形,这样信息被量身定做以便传达购买者所需的特定信息。 However, the known rugs may include welcomed them, not yet known can customize the graphical display of a particular buyer, in order to convey such information to be tailored to the specific information required to buyers. 例如,在万圣节,购买者希望在小地毯上显示“万圣节快乐”的信息。 For example, on Halloween, buyers want to display the message "Happy Halloween" on a small rug. 在另外的状态下,购买者希望用信息,例如“Hello,Joe”,欢迎特定来访者。 In other states, buyers hope to use information, such as "Hello, Joe", welcome specific visitors. 现在,尚未公知提供一种小地毯,其中个人可定制小地毯以便显示他们希望传达的特定信息,并且在特定环境中甚至改变他们希望传达的小地毯信息。 Now, not yet known to provide a small rug, which individuals can be customized rugs to display specific information they want to convey, and even change the rugs they want to convey information in a particular environment.

如上所述,公知小地毯的附加问题是他们受清洁人的鞋子的鞋底的能力的局限。 As mentioned above, an additional problem with known rugs is subject to the limitations of their ability to clean the soles of people's shoes. 然而,尽管公知的小地毯能将灰尘颗粒从鞋子的鞋底移走,他们既不能对鞋子消毒也不能给鞋底提供香味,以帮助掩饰与鞋子相关的任何不良气味。 However, despite the well-known rugs dust particles can be removed from the soles of shoes, they can neither give nor to disinfect shoes soles provide scent to help cover up any bad odor and shoes related.

公知小地毯的其它缺点是,即使他们可清洁,但他们不会帮助使用者确定何时小地毯需要清洁。 Other disadvantages of known rugs, even if they can be cleaned, but they will not help the user determine when a small carpet needs cleaning. 通常,小地毯的拥有者或管理人没有连续或有规律地监控小地毯与清洁相关的条件。 Typically, rugs owner or manager does not continuously or regularly monitoring conditions associated with rug cleaning. 因此,小地毯会需要清洁,并且因为拥有者不能有意监控小地毯的状态,所以在拥有者意识到小地毯需要清洁前可能已经过去了很长一段时间。 Thus, rugs will need to be cleaned, and because the owner does not intend to monitor the status of the rug, so the owners need to realize that the rug may have passed a long time before cleaning. 因此,最好能帮助小地毯的拥有者/管理人确定何时小地毯需要清洁。 Therefore, it is best to help small rug owner / manager to determine when a small carpet needs cleaning.

发明内容 SUMMARY

因此,最好提供一种先进的小地毯,它会克服现在公知的小地毯所存在的不足。 Therefore, it is preferable to provide an advanced rug, it will overcome the shortcomings now known rugs present. 本发明的先进小地毯克服了现有技术的不足,并且可包括基部,该基部结合可清洁部分,该可清洁部分适于可移去地容纳在小地毯中。 Advanced rugs present invention overcomes the deficiencies of the prior art, and may include a base that can bind the cleaning section, the cleaning section may be adapted to be removably housed in a small carpet. 小地毯还可包括这些特征,例如散水能力,吸水能力,减震能力,定制的图形,透明部分,可清洁部分上的粘性表面,抗细菌成分,抗真菌成分和香气。 These rugs may also include features such as the ability to bulk water, the water-absorbing ability, shock absorbing capability, customized graphics, a transparent portion, a tacky surface can be on the cleaning portion, an antibacterial composition, an antifungal composition and aroma. 可清洁部分可包括易蚀的特征,并且包括若干可清洁再使用层。 Cleanable portion may include features erodible, and comprises a plurality of cleanable reusable layers. 如果在小地毯中包括粘性表面,防滑特征可与粘性表面相关联以便帮助防止在可能的湿粘性表面上打滑。 If the tacky surface comprises a rug, the anti-slip feature may be associated with the tacky surface to help prevent slipping on a possibly wet tacky surface. 另外,传感器系统可包含在小地毯中,以便帮助使用者识别何时小地毯需要清洁。 Additionally, the sensor system may be included in a rug in order to help identify when a user needs to clean the rugs. 从下面的详细说明显见其它特征。 Other features apparent from the following detailed description.

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通过同时参考下面的说明书和附图将最佳地理解本发明的各种特性,在附图中:图1是根据本发明的一个实施例的小地毯的透视图;图2是图1的小地毯的分解的透视图;图3是本发明的小地毯的一个替代实施例的分解的侧视图;图4是本发明的小地毯的一个替代实施例的分解的侧视图;图5说明了本发明的小地毯的具有防滑特性的粘性插入部分的第三替代实施例;图6说明了本发明的小地毯的具有防滑特性的粘性插入部分的第四替代实施例;图7是图6的具有防滑特性的粘性插入部分的实施例的侧视图;图8是本发明的小地毯的具有防滑特性的粘性插入部分的第五 Reference to the following specification and drawings will be best understood through the various features of the present invention while the drawings in which: FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the rug according to one embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 2 is smaller in FIG. 1 an exploded perspective view of the carpet; FIG. 3 is an alternative of the present invention, rugs exploded side view of an embodiment; FIG. 4 is an alternative of the present invention, rugs exploded side view of the embodiment; FIG. 5 illustrates the present having anti-slip properties viscous rugs invention into a third alternative embodiment of part of the embodiment; FIG. 6 illustrates a slip-tack properties of the present invention, rugs insertion portion of a fourth alternative embodiment; FIG. 7 is a in FIG. 6 side view of an embodiment of the tacky insert portion of the non-slip characteristics; FIG. 8 is a viscous anti-slip properties of the present invention, rugs fifth insertion portion

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图1说明了根据本发明原理的小地毯100的第一实施例。 Figure 1 illustrates a first embodiment of rugs 100 according to principles of the invention. 如图1所示,小地毯100包括一个基部900和一个可清洁的插入部分300。 As shown in FIG. 1, rugs 100 includes a base 900 and a cleanable insert portion 300. 如在本说明书后面的更进一步描述,在本实施例中,可清洁部分300容纳在基部200中,并且可从基部200移走。 As further described later in this specification, this embodiment, the cleaning part 300 may be housed in the base 200, and may be removed from the base 200 in the present embodiment.

图2说明了图1的小地毯的分解的透视图。 2 illustrates an exploded perspective view of FIG. 1, rugs. 如图2所示,基部200形成为通常平坦的平面部件,并且在基部200的顶表面内限定了一个凹入部210。 As shown, the base 200 is formed of two generally flat planar member and defines a recess 210 in the top surface of the base 200. 基部200提供了足够的重量和质量,以便支承可清洁插入部分300,并且将小地毯定位保持在它所在之处上面的表面上。 Base portion 200 provides sufficient weight and mass for supporting cleanable insert portion 300, and the rug remains on the surface positioned above it in place. 基部200可包括,如下面所讨论的,散水能力,吸水能力,和减震能力,并且可包括这些材料如聚氨酯,聚异戊二烯和其它交联弹性体材料,例如尼龙-6,模制或编织的以形成多孔结构。 Base 200 may include, bulk water capacity, water-absorption capacity, and shock absorbing capability as discussed below, and may include such materials as polyurethane, polyisoprene and other cross-linked elastomeric material, for example nylon-6, molded or woven to form a porous structure. 凹入部210可构造成各种几何结构的任一种,但是在本实施例中,凹入部210被构造成矩形。 The concave portion 210 may be configured to any of a variety of geometries, but in the present embodiment, the recessed portion 210 is configured rectangular. 凹入部210具有长度L1和宽度W1。 The concave portion 210 has a length L1 and a width W1. 凹入部210的深度是这样,即它能够在其中容纳可清洁插入部分300,以便在可清洁插入部分300容纳在凹入部210内时,可清洁插入部分300的顶表面通常位于与基部200的顶表面相同的平面内。 Depth of the concave portion 210 is such that it is capable of accommodating cleanable insert portion 300, so cleanable insert portion 300 is received in the recess 210, cleanable insert top surface portion 300 is generally located at the top of the base 200 the inner surface of the same plane.

基部200的顶表面可被染成任何颜色,这取决于特定购买者的需要,但是,最好使用的颜色能使基部200所累积的任何灰尘的可见性最小。 The top surface of the base 200 may be colored in any color, depending on the needs of a particular purchaser, however, preferred to use the minimum color visibility allows the base 200 of any accumulated dust. 例如,最好在基部200的顶表面上使用较暗的颜色,而不使用较浅的颜色。 For example, it is preferable to use a darker color on the top surface of the base 200 without use of lighter colors. 但是,任何特定颜色都可用于基部200,并且特别是基部200的顶表面,这取决于个人的特定喜好。 However, any particular color may be used in the base 200, and in particular the top surface of the base 200, depending on the particular personal preferences. 另外,基部200还可以是半透明或不透明的。 Further, the base 200 may also be translucent or opaque.

如图2所见,限定了凹入部210底部的基部200的表面可包括表面上的图形220。 Seen in Figure 2, defining the bottom surface of the base 200 of the recess 210 may include graphics 220 on the surface. 在该实施例中,图形包括花朵的绘画描述和拼写成单词“WELCOME”的文本信息。 In this embodiment, the graphics drawing described including flowers and spelled the word "WELCOME" text information. 本发明在凹入部210内没有局限任何特定的图形,并且本发明可包括各种不同形式图形的任一种。 The present invention is not limited to any particular graphic within recess 210, and the present invention may comprise any of a variety of different forms of graphics.

在小地毯被拥有者购买后,图形200可被人为改变,乃至被定制。 After the owner of a small carpet was purchased, graphic 200 may be artificially changed, and even be customized. 拥有者可为他们的家里或办公室定制小地毯,因此个人可改变适合特定场合的图形以便放置在另外场合中。 Owners can customize rugs for their home or office, so individuals can change the graphics for specific occasions for placement in another occasion. 例如,图形可为万圣节前夕显示信息状态“Happy Halloween”,并且在冬季假期时期可改变成显示“Happy Holidays”。 For example, the graphic display information status "Happy Halloween" is on the eve of Halloween, and can be changed to display "Happy Holidays" during the winter holiday period. 这样,如可以理解的,图形可被使用者改变,因此可为特定使用者的特定需求而定制。 Thus, as can be appreciated, a user may be altered pattern, and therefore can be tailored to the specific needs of a particular user.

如上所述,本发明不会将图形200局限为任何特定形式。 As described above, the present invention is not limited to any specific pattern 200 form. 图形220可被使用者定制从而包括各种不同颜色、图片、信息或使用者希望显示的其它表达中的任何一种。 Graphical user 220 may be customized to include a variety of different colors, images, information, or any other user wishes to display in the expression. 另外,颜色的视觉亮度可改变。 Further, the color visual brightness may vary. 例如,针对一种场合例如万圣节前夕,在图形220中可包括可在夜间发光的颜色。 For example, Halloween is directed to a case example, the graphics 220 may include a light emitting color at night.

本发明可实践多种不同类型的结构或方法的任一种,以便改变小地毯100的图形220,并且本发明不局限于改变图形220的任何特定方法学或结构。 Practice of the present invention may be any of a variety of different types of structures or methods in order to change the pattern rugs 220 100, and change the present invention is not limited to any particular methodology or structure of the pattern 220. 另外,希望提供在本发明的小地毯中显示的可改变图形的所有不同实施例可用于基部或插入部分的其中之一或两者中。 Further, it is desirable to provide all the different embodiments may be used for one or both of the base portion or the insertion can be varied in the graphic display of the present invention, rugs. 例如,图形可由预先形成的信息或艺术形式组成,这些图形例如通过使用粘合剂或紧固件组件例如钩和圈组件,可粘合到由凹入部210的底部限定的表面或插入部分300的下面,以便在插入部分300置于基部200内时,经过透明的插入部分可看见该图形。 For example, the information may be graphic or art form of pre-formed composition, for example, the graphics e.g. hook and loop components may be bonded to the concave surface defined by a bottom portion 210 of the insertion portion 300 or by using an adhesive or fastener assembly when the following, in order to inserting portion 300 disposed within the base 200, through a transparent insert portion of the visible pattern.

替代地,各种不同图形可储存在小地毯100内,以便使用者能选择揭开特定图形来显示,同时其它可获得的图形仍保持覆盖在小地毯100内。 Alternatively, a variety of different graphics may be stored in a small carpet 100 so that the user can choose to uncover a particular graphic display, while the other available graphics remain covered within a small rug 100. 这种类型的选择能力在其它媒体中是公知的,其中希望在公共显示板内对各种不同图形之间进行选择。 This type of selection capability in other media are well known, where it is desirable to choose among various graphics within a common display panel. 例如,运动盛事的广告公告板能够在相同的公告板上于第一特定时间期间选择显示第一特定信息,而于第二特定时间期间选择显示第二特定信息。 For example, advertising bulletin boards sporting events can be selected during the first specific time on the same bulletin board displaying the first specific information, and the second specific time during a second selection display specific information.

第三种可能的替代物是提供小地毯上的可改变显示器。 A third possible alternative is to provide a display on the change rugs. 例如或者在凹入部210的底面上,或者附加在插入部分300的底部,从而显示表面与或者基部或者插入部分联系。 For example, either inserted in the recessed portion of the bottom surface of the contact 210 or 300 attached to the bottom portion of the insert, so that the display surface or the base or. 显示器可包含在小地毯的前部,在小地毯的背面上以便经过小地毯的透明部分可看到它,嵌在小地毯中,附加到小地毯上,或者整体形成在小地毯内。 The display may comprise a small portion of the front carpet, rugs on the back surface through the transparent portion so as rugs can see it, fitted in a small carpet, rugs, attached to, or integrally formed in a small rug. 例如,显示器可包含一个小而薄的图形盒,它可附加到小地毯的粘性部分和/或基部或任何其它部件。 For example, the display may comprise a small, thin box pattern, it can be attached to the adhesive part of the rugs and / or a base or any other component. 但是它与小地毯相关联,使用者可设计和显示其定制的图形,并且随后改变那个图形,以便用其它图形替换它。 But it is associated with rugs, users can display their design and custom graphics, and then change the graphics to replace it with other graphics. 为此采用显示表面例如可擦除的写字板。 For this purpose, for example, using a display surface of the tablet can be erased.

还期望能提供可改变的电子显示表面,例如,举例来讲,液晶显示器。 Further desirable to provide an electronic display surface may be varied, e.g., in terms of for example, a liquid crystal display. 显示器可与计算机连接,并且计算机产生的图象可显示在显示器上。 Display may be connected to the computer, and the computer-generated image may be displayed on the display. 这样,通过产生不同的计算机图象并且在显示器上显示该计算机图形,可改变显示在显示器上的图象。 Thus, by generating a different computer image and displaying that computer graphics can be displayed on the display to change an image displayed on the display. 显示器可与基部200相关联,例如包含在凹入部210中,或者可包含在插入部分300的面朝上的底面上。 Display 200 may be associated with a base, for example, contained in the recessed portion 210, or may comprise a bottom facing surface of the insertion portion 300 on. 替代地,显示器可与基部或插入部分的其中之一整体形成。 Alternatively, the display may be integrally formed with the base wherein one or the insertion portion. 可改变的显示器可采用若干不同图形,这些图形可在显示器上以任何不同方式显示。 Changeable display can be a number of different graphics that can be displayed in any different manner on the display. 例如,图形可显示在显示器上的通常固定位置中,或者可在显示器上滚动,同时这两种典型的方法可独自或组合显示多个图形。 For example, graphics may be displayed on a display is generally a fixed position, or may be scrolled on the display, while these two typical methods may be alone or in a combination of a plurality of graphic display.

改变小地毯100的图形220的其它替代方法包括使用发光聚合物以便形成,并因此改变图形220。 Change the pattern rugs 100 220 Other alternatives include using light emitting polymers to form, and therefore change the pattern 220. 发光聚合物可施加,附加或编织在小地毯上。 Light emitting polymers may be applied, attached or knitted on the rug. 发光聚合物可用在小地毯100的任何部分上,例如在基部或插入部分上,或者小地毯的不同实施例的任何其它部分上。 Light emitting polymers may be on any portion 100. rugs, for example, the base portion or the insert, or on any other portion of different embodiments of rugs. 发光聚合物是公知的,并且在美国专利5,945,502,5,869,350和5,571,626中描述,这些专利的全部内容在此提供作为参考。 Emitting polymers are well known and described in U.S. Patents 5,945,502,5,869,350 and 5,571,626, the entire contents of these patents are incorporated by reference herein provided.

显示器的其它选择是使用电子墨水或电子纸。 Other options are to use electronic ink display or electronic paper. 电子纸可从Xerox获得并且在美国专利5,723,204,5.604027,4,126,854和4.143,103中描述,这些专利的全部内容在此提供作为参考。 The electronic paper is available from Xerox and is described in U.S. Patent No. 5,723,204,5.604027,4,126,854 and 4.143,103, the entire contents of these patents are incorporated by reference herein provided. 电子纸使用成千的微小电子充电珠,称为Gyricon,每个珠约为人的头发的宽度,以形成象素。 Thousands of electronic paper using microelectromechanical charged beads, called the Gyricon, each about the width of the bead human hair, to form a pixel. 两色的珠可嵌入充满液体的塑料薄片内部形成纸表面。 Inner plastic sheet and white beads may be embedded in the surface of the paper filled with the liquid is formed. 每个珠,半黑,半白,响应电场而旋转。 Each bead, half-black, half-white, and an electric field in response to rotation. 珠的或者黑侧或者白侧向上决定了图象。 Beads or black side or white side of the image determined. 因为不需要刷新图象,并且因为屏幕不是从背后照亮,所以电子纸仅使用传统电子显示器的一小部分能量。 Because not need to refresh the image, and because the screen is not backlit, the electronic paper uses only a fraction of the energy of a conventional electronic displays. 电磁笔和类似打印机的装置可用来在纸上获得图象。 Electromagnetic pen and the like of the printer apparatus may be used to obtain images on paper.

电子墨水可从E Ink Corp.获得,该公司位于45 Spinelli Pl.,Cambridge,MA 02138。 Electronic ink is available from E Ink Corp., which is located 45 Spinelli Pl., Cambridge, MA 02138. 电子墨水使用装入微胶囊的微机械显示系统。 Electronic ink using microencapsulated micromechanical display system. 微小的微胶囊在两塑料片之间被捕获以形成象素。 Tiny microcapsules are captured between two sheets of plastic to form a pixel. 替代地,胶囊可喷洒在表面上。 Alternatively, the capsule can be sprayed onto the surface. 结果形成一种弹性显示材料。 The result is an elastomeric material display. 微小的胶囊透明并且包含黑色墨水和白色颜料碎屑的混合物。 Fine capsules in a mixture of black ink and transparent and the white pigment contained debris. 电荷经过胶囊。 After the capsule charges. 依靠静电荷,颜料碎屑漂浮在每个胶囊的顶部或者靠在底部上。 Rely on electrostatic charge, the paint chips float at the top of each capsule or against the bottom. 当颜料碎屑漂浮在顶部时,表面呈现白色。 When the paint chips float at the top, the surface appears white. 当它们停靠在底部并因此在墨水下时,表面呈现黑色。 When they stop at the bottom and thus under the ink, the surface appears black. 这两个状态中的每一个都稳定:黑色或白色。 Each of these two states are stable: black or white. 放置在片表面上的透明电磁栅极控制了图象的形状。 A gate disposed on the transparent electromagnetic sheet surface shape image of the control. 显示器可无线连接到,例如计算机上,并因此通过利用例如Motorola分页系统连接到互联网上。 Display may be wirelessly connected to, for example, a computer, and thus Motorola paging system connected to the Internet by using, for example. 所有显示器上的文本,如果使用多个显示器,可通过网页由单个编辑器立刻改变。 Text on all displays, if multiple displays, may be changed instantly by a single editor, through a Web page.

显示器可与小地毯的任何位置相关联,例如凹入部210内的基部200或者在插入部分300的底面上,面朝上,该显示器可利用上述改变显示的任何方法。 Display position with any associated rugs, for example, within the base portion 210 or the bottom surface of the recess 200 in the insertion portion 300, face-up, the display can be changed using any of the above-described display method. 替代地,显示器可与基部或插入部分的其中之一整体形成。 Alternatively, the display may be integrally formed with the base wherein one or the insertion portion. 显示器可利用在这里所公开的本发明的任何实施例中的小地毯,它包括一种小地毯,该小地毯包括一个粘性表面和一个非粘性表面的小地毯实施例。 Display may be utilized in any embodiment of the present invention disclosed herein in rugs, which comprises a rug, the rug includes a tacky surface and a non-adhesive surface of the rug embodiment.

在进一步描述的基部200中,如上所述,基部200还可包括散水元件和减震元件。 Described further in the base 200, as described above, the base member 200 may further include a water spray and the damping element. 散水元件提供用来从站在小地毯100上的人的鞋子的鞋底传递潮湿,以便减少传递给可清洁的插入部分300的潮湿程度,并且减震元件提供用来使小地毯100符合人的鞋底的形状,以便人的鞋底上的较大量碎屑可从小地毯100移走。 Bulk water transfer from the sole element provided for on the stand 100, rugs human wet shoes, so as to reduce the transmission of moisture level cleanable insert portion 300, and the damping element 100 provided to make rugs consistent with human soles shape, so that a larger amount of debris on human small carpet sole 100 may be removed. 本发明不局限于散水元件和减震元件的任何特定结构或材料。 The present invention is not limited to any particular structure or material bulk water element and the damping element. 例如,散水元件可由很大程度不同的公知材料的任何一种构成,例如聚酰胺,乙烯和聚异戊二烯。 For example, any one of bulk water may be composed of different elements to a large extent known material, such as polyamide, ethylene and polyisoprene. 最好,但不是必须,散水元件驱散或移去水而不保留水。 Preferably, but not necessarily, the water sprinkling element to disperse or remove the water without water retention. 这样,最好是多孔材料,并且非亲水材料。 Thus, preferably a porous material, and a non-hydrophilic material. 减震元件可由各种减震元件的任一种构成,包括例如泡沫橡胶。 Damping element according to any one damping element may be made of various configuration including, for example foam rubber.

图2还说明了可清洁的插入部分300。 FIG 2 further illustrates cleanable insert portion 300. 如所见,可清洁插入部分300有在尺寸上互补的几何形状,并且形成凹入部210,该凹入部210形成在基部200内。 As can be seen, cleanable insert portion 300 has a complementary size on the geometry and the concave portion 210 is formed, the recessed portion 210 is formed in the base 200. 如此,可清洁插入部分300能牢固地容纳在凹入部210内。 Thus, the insertion portion 300 may be cleaned can be securely received within the recessed portion 210. 这样,可清洁插入部分300有恰好比凹入部210的长度L1稍微小一点的长度L2。 Thus, the insertion portion 300 may be cleaned with a precisely than the length L1 of the recessed portion 210 slightly smaller length L2. 同样,可清洁插入部分300有恰好比凹入部210的宽度W1稍微小一点的宽度W2。 Likewise, cleanable insert portion 300 has a width W1 than just the recessed portion 210 of slightly smaller width W2.

在可清洁插入部分300的底侧310上,即与限定凹入部210底部的表面接触的表面上,可提供连接机构以便可清洁插入部分300可去除地连接凹入部210内的基部200。 In cleanable insert portion 300 on the bottom side 310, the upper surface i.e. the surface in contact with the concave portion 210 defining a bottom, the attachment mechanism may be provided so as to be inserted into the cleaning part 300 removably connected to the base 210 within the recessed portion 200 不同连接机构中的任一种可设在可清洁插入部分300的底面上,它包括例如钩和圈紧固件组件或粘合剂。 Any mechanism for connecting different may be provided in the bottom surface of cleanable insert portion 300, which comprises components such as hook and loop fasteners or adhesive. 不管用来将可清洁插入部分300与基部200可去除地连接的特定固定机构如何,在本实施例中,可清洁插入部分300可从基部200去除,以便由使用者清洁,并且,在清洁后再次插入凹入部210内,以便现在为小地毯100提供清洁表面。 Regardless of how clean the inserts may be used to particular fixing mechanism section 300 and the base 200 is removably connected, in the present embodiment, the insertion portion 300 may be cleaned may be removed from the base 200, for cleaning by the user and, after cleaning again inserted into the recess 210, so as to provide a clean surface is now 100 rugs.

如上所述,可清洁插入部分300可由透明材料形成,例如亲水的脂族丙烯酸聚合物和结合丙烯酸,羟基甲基丙烯酸乙酯(hydroxyethyl methacrylate)和甘油单甲基丙烯酸酯(glycerinmonomethacrylate)的共聚物。 As described above, may be inserted into the cleaning part 300 may be formed of a transparent material, such as acrylic acid polymers and copolymers of aliphatic acrylate binding, hydroxyethyl methacrylate (hydroxyethyl methacrylate) and glycerol monomethacrylate (glycerinmonomethacrylate) a hydrophilic . 形成可清洁插入部分300的透明材料使个人能看到定制的图形,这些图形可设在小地毯100内,这如前面所述。 Cleanable insert portion 300 is formed of a transparent material so that the individual can see customized graphics that may be provided in the rugs 100, which as described above. 替代地,插入部分300可以不透明。 Alternatively, the insertion portion 300 may be opaque.

另外,可清洁插入部分300的顶侧可包括粘性面。 In addition, the top side of the cleaning insert portion 300 may include an adhesive surface. 设置粘性面用来帮助将碎屑从站在可清洁插入部分300上的人的鞋子的鞋底移走。 The adhesive face is provided to assist in cleaning debris from the stand may be inserted into a portion of the sole person on the shoe 300 is removed. 在本实施例中,当可清洁插入部分300的顶粘性面被弄脏到使用者希望清洁插入部分300的程度时,使用者将插入部分300从基部200去除,并且清洁插入部分300从而去除积累的碎屑。 In the present embodiment, when the adhesive side of the top can be inserted into the cleaning part 300 is soiled to the extent the user desires to clean insert portion 300, the user will be removed from the insertion portion 300 of the base 200, and the cleaning insert portion 300 to remove the accumulated debris. 然后插入部分300被再次插入到基部200中。 Then the insertion portion 300 is inserted into the base 200 again.

设在可清洁插入部分300顶侧上的粘性面可包括各种材料的任一种,例如混合有合适增塑剂的聚氯乙烯,塑化了的氨丁橡胶,多硫化物和聚氨酯。 Cleaning may be provided on the adhesive side of the insertion portion 300 side may comprise any of a variety of materials, for example polyvinyl chloride mixed with a suitable plasticizer, plasticized ammonia butadiene rubber, polysulfide, and polyurethane. 另外,可利用丙烯酸树脂,例如丙烯酸丁酯和许多它的同系物。 Further, using an acrylic resin, such as butyl acrylate and many of its homologues. 此外,本发明不局限于任何特定材料。 Further, the present invention is not limited to any particular material. 通常,粘性面可由任何粘合剂材料形成。 Typically, the adhesive surface may be formed of any adhesive material. 在本实施例中,仅有的考虑是即使在重复的清洁周期后表面仍应保持其粘性特性。 In the present embodiment, even if the surface is the only consideration which should remain tacky after repeated cleaning cycle characteristics.

本发明不局限于清洁插入部分300的任何特定方法。 The present invention is not limited to any particular method of cleaning portion 300 is inserted. 可通过各种方法清洁插入部分300,这取决于插入部分300的特定材料成分。 Insertion portion 300 may be cleaned by various methods, depending on the particular material composition of the insert portion 300. 例如,通过将插入部分放置在洗衣机中并且清洁插入部分300,这样可清洁插入部分300,或者通过用擦洗刷和肥皂和水或用清洁剂例如“Spic'N Span”擦洗插入部分300,这样可清洁插入部分。 E.g., by the insertion portion is placed in a washing machine and cleans insert portion 300 such that insertion portion 300 may be cleaned, or by treatment with a scrub brush and soap and water or, for example, "Spic'N Span" scrubbing insert portion 300 with a cleaning agent, which can clean the insertion portion.

另外,通过利用辊可清洁插入部分300,该辊包括围绕该辊周边的粘性面。 Further, by using a roller insertion portion 300 may be cleaned, the roller includes an adhesive surface surrounding the roller periphery. 辊的粘性面包括比粘性插入部分更强的粘合剂,以便,在辊的粘性面在插入部分的粘性面上滚过的同时,粘性插入部分上的任何灰尘和碎屑可被排出粘性插入部分外,并且粘在辊上。 Viscosity than the tacky surface of the roller insertion portion comprises a stronger adhesive, so, while the viscosity of the surface of the roller rolls over the tacky surface of the insertion portion, the viscosity of any dirt and debris from the insertion portion can be inserted into the discharged viscous outer portion, and sticking to the rollers. 以这种方式,可利用有粘性面的辊,以便清洁粘性插入部分。 In this manner, the surface of the roller using a viscous, tacky insert portion for cleaning.

但是,本发明不局限于任何特定方法或者清洁剂以便清洁插入部分300,并且可考虑与插入部分300的成分适合的任何清洁方法或试剂。 However, the present invention is not limited to any particular method or cleaning agent for cleaning insert portion 300, and may consider any cleaning method or the insertion portion 300 of the reagent components suitable.

小地毯100还包括帮助清洁站在小地毯100上的人的鞋底的附加特性。 Rugs 100 also includes additional features to help clean person standing on the soles of 100 rugs. 例如,基部200和/或插入部分300可包括抗细菌成分和抗真菌成分。 For example, the base 200 and / or insert portion 300 may include an antibacterial composition and an antifungal composition. 可利用抗细菌成分例如聚乙二醇单和双-甲基丙烯酸酯的蒽醌衍生物。 Using, for example, polyethylene glycol mono- and di antibacterial component - anthraquinone derivative methacrylate. 这样,小地毯100应是杀菌的。 In this way, rugs 100 should be sterilized. 该抗菌特性特别需要,因为小地毯应能从人的鞋子的鞋底清洁出结构碎屑,并且从人的鞋底去除任何潜在的有害细菌。 The antibacterial properties especially needed because rugs sole of the shoe should be clean from the structure of the human debris, and remove any potentially harmful bacteria from human soles.

另外,为了在进入特定区域之前进一步提供期望的鞋底表面,小地毯100也可提供有芳香剂。 Further, in order to further provide the desired surface before entering the specific area of ​​the sole, rugs 100 may also be provided with a fragrance. 可利用黄酮例如具有芳族取代或有机醚的三环分子,例如柠檬酸(limonoic acid)。 Flavonoids may be utilized, for example, an aromatic-substituted organic ether or tricyclic molecules, such as citric acid (limonoic acid). 香气从小地毯100传到人的鞋子的鞋底,以便任何不好的气味被香气顺利地掩饰。 Aroma from small sole of the shoe carpet spread to 100 people, so that any bad smell was successfully conceal aroma.

本发明不仅限于在小地毯100中使用抗细菌成分,抗真菌成分,和/或香气。 The present invention is not limited to use in the antibacterial component 100, rugs, an antifungal composition, and / or aroma. 更合适地,小地毯100还可结合有助于清洁人的鞋子的鞋底的各种其他物质。 Rather, rugs 100 can also be combined with a variety of other substances helps clean the soles of people's shoes.

各种结构或方法的任一种都可用作同抗细菌成分,抗真菌成分,香气或任何其他成分联合。 Any of a variety of structures or methods may be used as ingredients with antibacterial, antifungal ingredients, aroma ingredients, or any other joint. 使用这些物质作为小地毯100的可释放或可分散的涂层,或者可释放地嵌入成为例如小地毯100的结构内的小球,以便在压力施加到小地毯100时,将这些物质分配给人的鞋子的鞋底。 Use of these substances as rugs releasably 100 or dispersible coatings, or be releasably embedded in, for example, pellets within the structure rugs 100, 100 for application to the dispensing of these materials gives rugs pressure the soles of the shoes.

图3说明了小地毯100的一个替代实施例。 Figure 3 illustrates an alternative 100 rugs embodiment. 在图3中,它说明了基部200可包括散水元件230和减震元件240的分离层。 In Figure 3, which illustrates the separation layer 200 may include a base portion 240 of element 230 and the bulk water damping element. 在本实施例中,散水元件230布置在减震元件240的顶侧上。 In the present embodiment, the water sprinkling member 230 disposed on the top side of the damper element 240. 但是,本发明不局限于散水元件230和减震元件240所用的本特定实施例。 However, the present invention is not limited to bulk water element 230 and damping element 240 of the present embodiment used in a particular embodiment. 例如,单混合结构可用作基部200,该基部200可包括散水和相容结构所具备的材料性能。 For example, a single hybrid structure may be used as the base 200, the base 200 may comprise a material compatible with the structure and properties of bulk water included.

替代地,图4说明了这种小地毯,该小地毯包括散水元件或芯吸层,和吸水层。 Alternatively, FIG. 4 illustrates this rug, the rug comprising a water sprinkling element or wicking layer, and a water-absorbing layer. 在图4中,小地毯400包括芯吸层410和吸水层420。 In FIG. 4, rugs 400 includes wicking layer 410 and absorbent layer 420. 芯吸层410可由聚丙烯或烯烃或者任何其他合适材料构成,其他合适材料具有从小地毯400的表面去除水分的性能。 Wicking layer 410 may be an olefin polypropylene or other suitable material, or any other suitable material having a small carpet surface 400 of moisture removal performance. 吸水层420置于芯吸层410下面,并且吸收经过芯吸层410的任何水分。 Absorbent layer 420 positioned beneath the wicking layer 410 and absorbs any water through wicking layer 410. 吸水层420应例如仅通过例如干燥机周期性的去除和干燥。 Water-absorbing layer 420 should be such as dryers, for example, only by periodic removal and drying.

当然,芯吸层410可或者不用或者使用吸水层420和减震层,这如前面的其他实施例中所述,并且吸水层420应使用或不要芯吸层410和减震层。 Of course, wicking layer 410 may be used or not, or cushioning layer and the absorbent layer 420, which as previously described in other embodiments, and the water-absorbing layer 420 should not be used or wicking layer 410 and a cushioning layer. 另外,芯吸层和/或吸收层和/或减震层可使用或不用粘性部分。 Further, the wicking layer and / or the absorbent layer and / or the cushioning layer may be with or without adhesive portion.

回到图3,图3还说明插入部分300的替代实施例。 Returning to Figure 3, Figure 3 also illustrates the insertion portion 300 of the alternative embodiment. 前面公开的插入部分30的实施例是单结构部件,它包括在其顶侧上的粘性表面。 Example embodiments disclosed above insertion portion 30 is a single structural member, which includes an adhesive surface on the top side thereof. 而插入部分300的图3的实施例由若干层构成。 While the insertion portion 300 of the embodiment of FIG. 3 is composed of several layers. 如可见,层301-305,包括插入部分300。 As can be seen, layers 301-305, comprise insert portion 300. 每一层可包括其顶侧上的粘性表面,对于插入部分300,这如前面描述。 Each layer may include a tacky surface on a top side thereof, the insertion portion 300, which as previously described. 在使用中,最顶层例如层301,可从其相邻的下层例如层302去除,并且可单独清洁。 In use, the topmost layer 301, for example, from its adjacent lower layer 302 is removed, for example, and can be cleaned separately. 在清洁后,可在插入部分300的暴露层顶部的凹入部210内再次安装层。 After cleaning, the exposed portion can be inserted into the concave portion 300 of the top layer, mounting layer 210 again. 以这种方式,通过去除最顶层,清洁该最顶层并且在凹入部210内重装该层,这样可清洁插入部分300。 In this manner, by removing the top level, the cleaning and reloading the topmost layer within the recessed portion 210, so that the insertion portion 300 may be cleaned. 而每一层都可描述成可独立清洁,每一个独立层不必是可清洁的。 Each layer may be described as independent cleaning, each independently layer need not be cleaned. 每一层可由在讨论插入部分的图1和2的实施例时的前述材料形成。 Each layer may be formed in the material when the embodiment of Figure 1 and discussed in the insertion portion 2.

考虑插入部分300的其他替代实施例。 Consider the insertion portion 300 of the alternative embodiment. 例如,然而前面公开的实施例讨论了插入部分300,该插入部分300由一个层或多个层构成,在该一个或多个层顶侧上具有粘性面,不要求插入部分300形成在其顶侧上仅有粘性面。 For example, although the foregoing embodiment of the disclosed embodiments discussed insert portion 300, the inserting portion 300 is composed of one or more layers, having an adhesive surface on the top side of one or more layers, does not require the insertion portion 300 is formed at its top only the upper surface tackiness. 更特别地,插入部分300的一个替代实施例应包括插入部分300由一种材料形成为单结构部件,该材料的成分在贯穿材料的整个横截面都是粘性的。 An alternative More particularly, the insertion portion 300 of the embodiment includes an insertion portion 300 to be formed of a single material structural member, component of the material throughout the cross section through the material is tacky. 可将材料例如非交联亲水热塑性塑料和亲水材料的混合物用作本实施例的插入部分,该亲水热塑性塑料最好具有n个不超过15个的聚乙二醇二丙烯酸酯,该亲水材料如聚氯乙烯氯丁二烯橡胶(polyvinyl neoprene chloride)。 The material may be, for example, a mixture of non-crosslinked thermoplastic hydrophilic and a hydrophilic material is used as the insertion portion of the present embodiment, the hydrophilic thermoplastic having n preferably no more than 15 polyethylene glycol diacrylate, the hydrophilic material such as polyvinyl chloride chloroprene rubber (polyvinyl neoprene chloride). 通过用均匀的、粘性材料形成插入部分300,无须从基部200的凹入部210去除插入部分300进行清洁。 By forming a uniform, tacky material insertion portion 300, 210 need not be removed for cleaning insert portion 300 from base portion 200 of the concave portion. 经使用插入部分,通过腐蚀插入部分的顶面,在本替代实施例中清洁插入部分300。 By the use of the insertion portion, by etching the top surface of the insertion portion, the insertion portion 300 cleaning embodiment in the present alternative embodiment. 这样,通过提供可腐蚀的插入部分,在插入部分用在小地毯100中时通过腐蚀其顶面可清洁插入部分。 Thus, by providing corrosion insertion portion, the insertion portion by etching the top surface may be used when cleaning the carpet 100 is inserted in a small portion.

在插入部分300腐蚀时,插入部分300的暴露表面连续是粘合剂,这是由于其均匀截面。 When corrosion insertion portion 300, the insertion portion 300 is continuously exposed surface of the adhesive, due to its uniform cross section. 当暴露的粘性面腐蚀时,暴露的粘性面捕获的灰尘将由于腐蚀而驱散,这样插入部分本身的腐蚀为可清洁插入部分作准备。 When etching the exposed adhesive face, the exposed adhesive face to capture dust disperse due to corrosion, so that corrosion of the insertion portion inserting portion prepare itself to be cleaned.

替代地,即使插入部分300的粘性物质有均匀截面,使用者可将插入部分300从凹入部210去除,并且分离地清洁插入部分300。 Alternatively, even if the insertion portion 300 of the viscous substance has a uniform cross-section, the user may remove insert portion 300 from recess 210 and separately clean insert portion 300. 这样,使用者无须单独依靠插入部分300的可腐蚀特性,以便清洁插入部分300;相反地,使用者可利用插入部分的可腐蚀清洁特性,并结合将插入部分从基部去除并且单独清洁插入部分的分离的清洁步骤。 Thus, the user need not rely on a separate insert portion 300 may be corrosion properties, in order to clean the insertion portion 300; conversely, the user may utilize the erodible cleaning characteristics of the insertion portion, the insertion portion and the binding is removed from the base portion and separately clean insert separate cleaning step.

如上所述,插入部分300可由各种材料构成,这些材料包括如可清洁并且能或不能被腐蚀和重新使用的粘性塑料、纸或粘合剂。 As described above, the insertion portion 300 may be a variety of materials, including such materials as may be or may not be cleaned and reused corrosion and adhesion plastic, paper or adhesive. 如果使用纸,插入部分可形成为单结构部件或形成为若干层,这如前所述。 If a sheet, the insertion portion may be formed as a single structural member or formed as several layers, which as previously described. 另外,纸可包括其顶侧上的粘性面。 Further, the paper may include a tacky surface on a top side thereof. 纸可以是半透明、不透明或有颜色的,并且可包括其上的图形显示。 The paper may be translucent, opaque or colored, and may include a graphic display thereon.

如前面的讨论,希望,但不是必须,小地毯包含散水和/或吸水能力。 As previously discussed, it is desirable, but not necessary, rugs include bulk water and / or water absorption capacity. 这种能力最好有助于放置插入部分的粘性面过分潮湿并因此变光滑。 This capability helps to better place the insertion portion of the adhesive face thus smoothed and excessive moisture. 但是,已讨论过,为了有助于防止使用者在插入部分的粘性面上打滑,散水和/或吸水能力可包括在小地毯中,从而减少粘性面上的潮湿程度,但并不是仅有这种结构才可防止粘性插入部分变滑。 However, it has been discussed, in order to help prevent the user slipping sticky surface of the insertion portion, bulk water and / or water-absorbing capability may be included in a rug, thereby reducing the moisture level of the sticky surface, but this is not the only kind of structure before insertion portion to prevent the viscosity becomes slippery. 替代地,粘性插入部分本身可形成帮助防止打滑。 Alternatively, the adhesive may be formed in the insertion portion itself help prevent slippage. 图5-7说明了粘性插入部分300的替代实施例。 Figures 5-7 illustrate alternative viscous insertion portion 300 of the embodiment. 图5说明了粘性插入部分300,同时该粘性插入部分包括可由非粘性材料构成的通道322的网格图案320。 5 illustrates tacky insert portion 300 while the insertion portion of the adhesive 320 may include a grid pattern 322 of channels made of non-adhesive material. 通道或者可从插入部分300的表面突起来,或者可与插入部分的顶面共面。 Or may be part of the channel surface from the insertion protrusions 300, or may be coplanar with the top surface of the insertion portion. 通过形成非粘性材料的通道,即使插入部分300的粘性材料变湿,也会帮助使用者在插入部分的光滑的、湿的粘性面上不打滑,这通过使用在变湿时不变滑的非粘性面而实现。 Forming a channel through a non-tacky material, even if the tacky material of insert portion 300 becomes wet, also assist the user in smooth insertion portion, the adhesive side is not slippery wet, which when wet by using a non slippery constant adhesive face is achieved.

图6和7说明了粘性插入部分300的另一替代实施例,该插入部分300包括防滑颗粒324,例如硅或沙粒,这些颗粒在粘性插入部分的顶面330上延伸。 6 and 7 illustrate another tacky insert portion 300 of the alternative embodiment, the insert portions 300,324, such as silicon or sand comprises a non-slip particles, which extend on the top surface 330 of the tacky insert portion. 最好,防滑颗粒由在打湿时不变滑的材料构成,并且它们从粘性面暴露出来,但是,这不是必须的。 Preferably, the particles consist of the same non-slip slippery when wet material, and they are exposed from the adhesive face out, however, this is not essential. 即使防滑颗粒嵌在粘性面内,它们在粘性插入部分顶面330上的延伸将提供物理摩擦抑制,该物理摩擦抑制防止了站在小地毯上的人的鞋子的鞋底打滑。 Even if slip particles embedded in the adhesive face, which extends over the top surface of the insertion portion 330 will provide a physical frictional inhibiting physical prevents friction-reducing stand on rugs human sole of the shoe slip viscosity.

然而,图5说明了粘性插入部分300,同时该粘性插入部分包括通道322的网格图案320,该通道由非粘性材料构成,并且图6和7说明了粘性插入部分300的另一替代实施例,该插入部分300包括在粘性插入部分的顶面330上延伸的防滑颗粒324,这两个替代实施例包含相互排斥的特性这不是必须的。 However, Figure 5 illustrates tacky insert portion 300 while the insertion portion of the adhesive comprises a grid pattern 322 of channels 320, the channel is made of non-adhesive material, and FIGS. 6 and 7 illustrate another alternative embodiment the viscous insertion portion 300 of the embodiment characteristics, including the insertion portion 300 extending slip particles on the top surface 330 of the tacky insert portion 324, which comprises two alternative embodiments mutually exclusive this is not essential. 例如,希望粘性插入部分300同时包括非粘性通道的网格图案和防滑颗粒,这在图中没有详细说明但容易理解。 For example, it is desirable viscosity while the insertion portion 300 comprises a grid pattern of non-tacky channels and anti-slip particles, which is not illustrated in detail, but readily understood FIG.

提供防滑的粘性部分的另一替代物是要包括若干防滑部件,或踏纹或突头,它们在粘性部分的表面上延伸并且稍微高于粘性部分表面。 Another alternative to provide a non-slip adhesive portion is to include a plurality of skid members, bud, or depression, or groove, which extends on the surface of the adhesive portion of the adhesive portion and slightly above the surface. 如图8所见,在本实施例中,粘性部分300插在基部内,该基部可以是吸附边界500,并且包括其中的若干孔342。 As seen in Figure 8, in the present embodiment, the adhesive portion 300 is inserted within the base, the base may be adsorbed boundary 500, and includes a plurality of holes 342 therein. 若干踏纹344中的每一个经若干孔342的其中一个延伸,该踏纹344可从置于粘性部分300下面的基部向上延伸。 Some tread groove 344 extends through a plurality of holes 342 wherein each of the tread groove 344 disposed adhesive portion may extend from below the base 300 upwardly. 每个踏纹的最顶部在粘性部分300的最顶表面340上延伸。 Each topmost tread pattern extends over a top surface 340 of the most tacky portion 300. 当人踩在粘性部分300上时,这样踏纹344的数量和定位使得粘性部分能将碎屑从人的鞋子和踏纹344去除,至少其中一条踏纹被人踩到,只要粘性部分300在打湿时变滑,这防止了粘性部分300上的人打滑。 When a person steps on adhesive portion 300, so that the number of tread pattern 344 and positioned such that the adhesive portion capable of removing debris from the person's shoes and tread pattern 344, wherein the at least one tread groove is stepped on, as long as the adhesive portion 300 slippery when wet, which prevents people slipping on the tacky portion 300. 在踩到时压住踏纹344,以便踏纹的最顶端可与粘性部分300的最顶面340共面。 When pressed against the top of the depression stepped groove 344, so that tread pattern 340 may be coplanar with the topmost surface of the adhesive portion 300. 在这种方式中,踏纹将接触人的鞋子,以防滑动但不阻碍人的鞋子和小地毯的粘性面之间的接触,这增强了人的鞋子的清洁。 In this manner, the tread pattern human contact shoes, but does not hinder the slide to prevent contact between the adhesive face of the shoes of people and rugs, which enhances the cleaning shoes man. 因此,在粘性部分的最顶面上延伸的踏纹的距离和踏纹的可压缩性之间有关系;所述关系提供了上述功能。 Accordingly, the distance relationship between the tread groove and the compressibility of the tread groove extending most of the top surface of the adhesive portion; the relationship provides the above functions.

踏纹可构造成任何形状和尺寸。 Tread pattern may be configured in any shape and size. 另外,踏纹可由在打湿时能防滑的任何材料构成,这些材料例如,举例来说是,橡胶或塑料。 Further, tread pattern may be any material that can slip when wet constituent, these materials such as, for example, the rubber or plastic. 踏纹可包括它们中的槽,以便进一步帮助防止人在粘性部分上打滑。 Tread pattern may comprise a slot thereof, in order to further help prevent a person from slipping on the tacky portion.

在下面的讨论中,可以理解小地毯“基部”,在前面主要用附图标记200表示,包括至少一个基部下层和一个非粘性层。 In the following discussion, it will be appreciated that small carpet "base" in front of the main reference numeral 200 denotes, a base portion comprising at least one non-adhesive layer and the lower layer. 非粘性层的至少一个部段可以与基部下层分离。 At least one section of non-adhesive layer may be separated from the base layer. 应理解基部可以是单层或多层,只要它与粘性插件适当的配合。 It is appreciated that the base may be a single layer or multiple layers, as long as it is a proper fit with the viscous plug.

考虑到上述情况,图9B是根据本发明的又一个实施例的小地毯的分解视图。 Considering the above, FIG. 9B is a further exploded view of the present invention, the rugs embodiment. 小地毯包括基部下层2300,该基部下层形成预定厚度的基本上平面片材,并具有环绕平面片的凸起的边界2303。 A lower layer comprising a base 2300, rugs, substantially planar sheet of the base underlayer is formed of a predetermined thickness, and has a raised boundary surrounding the planar sheet 2303. 片材包括基本上平表面2302。 Comprising a substantially planar surface of the sheet 2302. 材料可以是易挠的,可靠,防水的材料,例如乙烯,塑料或橡胶,它通过例如压缩模塑,喷射模塑,热成形或其它工艺形成期望的构造。 Material may be pliable, reliable, waterproof material, such as vinyl, plastic or rubber, it is for example compression molding, injection molding, thermoforming or other process for forming a desired configuration.

基部下层包括构造成容纳粘性插件2306的区域2301。 A lower layer comprising a base region 2301 configured to receive the viscous plug 2306. 该区域2301可与高于表面2302的材料的边缘2308接壤。 The border region 2301 may be higher than the edge surface 2302 of the 2308 material. 当置于该区域内时,粘性插件可邻接一段凸起的边界2303,因此,边缘和边界协作以便将粘性插件保持在基部下层内。 When placed in this region, the insert may abut the viscous boundary convex section 2303, and therefore, the boundary edges and cooperate to viscous plug held within the base layer. 基部下层包括区域2301内的防滑部件2309。 A lower layer comprising a non-slip base member in the region of 23,012,309. 防滑部件经过粘性插件内的孔2307伸展,还有助于将其固定就位在基部下层上。 Slip member through the holes 2307 extends the viscous plug, also helps to hold it in place on the base layer.

而且,如图9B所示,预定厚度的非粘性层2304构造成容纳在凸起的边界2303内的基部下层2300内。 Further, as shown in FIG. 9B, the non-adhesive layer of a predetermined thickness is configured to receive the base 2304 within the boundaries of the lower projection 2303 2300. 非粘性层的一部分可以永久地粘结在基部下层上。 A portion of the non-adhesive layer may be permanently bonded to the base layer. 凸起的边界2303可以形成“边呈凹圆状外框”,如图9A的横截面所示,从外边缘2303.1开始,边界材料向上和向内倾斜。 The boundary projection 2303 may be formed "side concave circular frame", the cross section shown in FIG. 9A, from the outer edge of 2303.1 starts, the boundary material upwardly and inwardly inclined. 内边缘2303.2即在平表面2302与凸起的边界的一部分之间的高差可以基本上等于非粘性层2304的厚度。 2303.2 i.e. the inner edge may be substantially equal to the thickness of the non-adhesive layer 2304 between a portion of the height of the protrusion 2302 and the flat surface boundary. 非粘性层具有切除区域2305,该切除区域2305与粘性插件的形状一致,因此,当非粘性层和基部下层放在一起时,切除区域的边缘邻接或靠近边缘2308,非粘性层的上表面高于用于容纳粘性插件的区域2301的表面。 Non-adhesive layer having a cut-out area 2305, consistent with the shape of the cutout region 2305 with the viscous plug, so that, when the non-adhesive layer and the underlying base together, the edge adjacent to or near the cut edge region 2308, a high non-adhesive layer on the surface to a sticky surface for receiving plug-in area 2301. 这样,基部下层以及非粘性层形成具有凹入部的基部,该凹入部构造成容纳粘性插件。 Thus, the lower base portion and a non-adhesive layer forming the base has a recessed portion, the recessed portion configured to accommodate a viscous plug.

非粘性层2304可具有前述基部200的的部件的性能。 Layer 2304 may have a non-adhesive properties of the base member 200. 例如,非粘性层2304可具有与基部200有关的如上述吸水性,散水性,水芯吸性能,减震性,抗细菌性,抗真菌性,香味,图形等的结合。 For example, the non-adhesive layer 2304 may have a base portion 200 as described above and the related water-absorbing, aqueous dispersion, water-wicking properties, shock absorption, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, flavor, or the like binding pattern. 非粘性层例如可以是地毯。 Non-adhesive layer may be a carpet. 非粘性层的顶表面的面积可以至少与粘性插件的顶表面的面积一样大。 Area of ​​the top surface of the non-adhesive layer may be at least as large as the area of ​​the top surface of the tacky insert. 非粘性层和粘性插件的顶表面的面积分别可以是成人号码的鞋的整个鞋底可容纳于其上的尺寸。 Area of ​​the top surface of the non-adhesive layer and an adhesive insert, respectively, may be the entire sole of the shoe can accommodate the number of adult size thereon.

如上所述,粘性插件2306可包括若干层。 As described above, the adhesive plug 2306 may comprise several layers. 该层可包括易挠,柔性材料,例如聚乙烯,双轴取向聚丙烯或聚酯薄膜,该薄膜上涂有压敏粘合剂以提供粘性性。 The layer may comprise a pliable, flexible material such as polyethylene, polypropylene or biaxially oriented polyester film, a pressure sensitive adhesive coated on the film to provide a viscous resistance. 小地毯的使用者可抛弃变的太脏而不能有效清洁鞋子的插入层,以便暴露出下面的新鲜层。 Disposable rug user becomes dirty and can not effectively clean the shoes insertion layer, to expose a fresh layer below. 为了便于去除污染层,至少一部分非粘性层2304可以与基部分离,以便暴露一层粘性插件的移动小突出部2400,这如图10A所示。 To facilitate removal of contaminated layer, at least a portion of the non-adhesive layer may be separated from the base portion 2304 to expose a sticky tabs move plug 2400, which in FIG. 10A. 移动小突出部2400便于通过使使用者抓握移动小突出部从而向粘性插件层施加分离力,从而很容易的去除一层粘性插件。 Moving tabs 2400 facilitates gripping by a user moving the small projection to apply a separation force to the plug-tacky layer, thereby easily removing a layer of the viscous plug. 在下面详细描述的冲切工艺过程中,移动小突出部2400可由与粘性插件相同的材料形成,但无需任何粘合剂就能够很容易的处理。 In the blanking process described in detail below, the plug may be the same viscous material moves tabs 2400 are formed, but without any adhesive can easily handle. 移动小突出部替代的可由不同的材料形成,并紧固到粘性插件上。 Alternatively moving tabs may be formed of a different material, and fastened to the viscous plug. 凹入部2401可形成于基部下层内,以容纳一个或多个移动小突出部。 A recessed portion formed in the base portion 2401 may be lower, in order to accommodate one or more mobile tabs.

拉动小突出部2402,例如成织物环的形式,可设置在非粘性层的边缘上,以便使使用者能够将一部分非粘性层与基部下层分离。 Pull tabs 2402, for example in the form of a fabric loop can be provided on an edge of the non-tacky layer in order to enable a user to a portion of the non-adhesive layer and the lower layer separated from the base. 在一般使用时,非粘性层的可分离部分通过容易分离的紧固件例如图10A所示的扣合紧固件可固定在基部下层上。 In normal use, the detachable portion of the non-adhesive layer, for example, snap fasteners shown in FIG. 10A may be fixed to the base by a lower fastener easily separated. 在图10A中,拉动小突出部2402包括扣合紧固件的插孔部件2403,同时,基部下层包括匹配的凸出部件2404。 In FIG 10A, the pull tabs 2402 snap fastener comprising a socket member 2403, while the lower base member 2404 includes a matching projection. 当小洞天正常使用时,非粘性层平放在基部下层2300上,从而将两个按扣紧固部件锁定接合,将非粘性层的可分离部分固定在基部下层上,并隐藏一个或多个去除小突出部2400,以便赋予小地毯更美观的外观。 When a small cave in normal use, the non-adhesive layer is placed flat on the lower base portion 2300, so that the two snap fastening means in locking engagement, the separable portions of the non-adhesive layer is fixed on the base underlayer, and one or more hidden removing tabs 2400, in order to impart a more aesthetically pleasing appearance rugs.

在图10B所示的替代实施例中,紧固件可以是钩环紧固件,例如VELCRO和类似物。 In an alternative embodiment shown in FIG. 10B, the fastener may be a hook and loop fasteners, e.g. VELCRO and the like. 在图10B中,VELCRO条2405图示为与非粘性层2304的下侧连接,并且相匹配的VELCRO条2406图示为与基部下层2300的平表面2302连接。 In FIG. 10B, VELCRO strip 2405 is shown connected to the lower side of the non-adhesive layer 2304, and 2406 matched illustrated as VELCRO strips and the underlying planar surface 2300 of the base 2302. 当小地毯正常使用时,非粘性层平放在基部下层2300上,从而使两个VELCRO条接触,并将非粘性层的可分离部分固定在基部下层上,并隐藏一个或多个移动小突出部2400。 When in normal use, rugs, the non-adhesive layer is placed flat on the lower base portion 2300, so that the two VELCRO of contact, and the non-adhesive portion detachably fixed to the base layer is the lower layer, and one or more mobile widgets hide protrusion 2400.

做为选择,移动小突出部2400伸展进入基部下层的区域内,并由非粘性层覆盖,这样隐藏移动小突出部,该移动小突出部可伸展进入粘性插件的区域2301内,这如图10C所示。 Alternatively, the small area of ​​the mobile projection 2400 extends into the base of the lower layer, covered by a non-adhesive layer, so that moving the hidden tabs, the tabs can be moved within the region extends into the viscous plug 2301, which in FIG. 10C Fig. 小突出部可编号,以便给使用者指示,例如使用了多少粘性插件层。 Tabs can be numbered to indicate to the user, for example, the number of plug-tacky layer.

图10D和10E表示对应于粘性插件包括若干层的情况下的移动小突出部2400的侧立视图。 FIGS. 10D and 10E indicate corresponding to the mobile widget comprises a viscous plug in the case of several layers of the projection 2400 side elevational view. 如图10D所示,移动小突出部可以分级的形式分层,例如上小突出部的边缘伸展超出其下的小突出部的边缘。 , The mobile tabs can be graded layered form as shown in FIG 10D, for example, a small projecting edge portion which extends beyond the edge of the projecting portion under. 这种布置能够使移动小突出部容易操作。 This arrangement enables easy movement of the small projection. 作为替换,小突出部可共同伸展,这如图10E所示。 Alternatively, the tabs may be coextensive, that shown in FIG. 10E.

如上所述,粘性插件可包括若干可分离的层。 As described above, the adhesive may comprise several detachable plug layer. 图11A是表示一个粘性插件中各层的一种可能的顺序的侧立视图。 11A is a side elevational view of a viscous plug of one possible sequence of layers. 在图11A的实例中,粘性插件具有12层,但显然容易实施具有更多或更少层的粘性插件,层1-12中的每层包括至少一个粘合层和一个薄膜层。 In the example of FIG. 11A, the adhesive layer 12 having a plug, it will be apparent viscosity widget readily embodiment having more or less layers, each layer comprises 1-12 at least one adhesive layer and a film layer. 当暴露使用时,粘合层提供粘性插件的粘性表面,以便清洁上述鞋子。 When using the exposed adhesive layer provides a tacky surface tackiness of the plug, in order to clean the above-mentioned shoes. 薄膜是粘合层的介质。 The film is a dielectric adhesive layer.

除了粘合层和薄膜层,顶层1和底层12均包括释放层。 In addition to the adhesive and film layers, a top layer and a bottom layer 12 includes a release layer. 该释放层具有非粘性外表面(即,与和粘合层接触的表面相对的表面),从而使一组层很容易由使用者包装,解开包装和处理。 The non-adhesive release layer having an outer surface (i.e., surface in contact with the adhesive layer and the opposite surface), so that a layer is easily set by the user of the package, unwrapped and handling. 当使用者需要将粘性插件安装进入小地毯的基部内时,释放层很容易与粘合层分离。 When the user needs to be installed within the base a viscous plug small carpet to be easily separated from the release layer and the adhesive layer.

为了安装图11A所示的多层粘性插件,使用者从层12剥离底释放层,以便暴露出底层粘合剂,然后将粘性插件安装进小地毯的底部内。 In order to install a viscous plug shown in FIG. 11A multilayer, the user 12 from the bottom release layer the release layer, to expose the underlying adhesive, and the viscous plug into the mounting rugs bottom. 底层粘合剂将粘性插件固定在基部内。 The viscous adhesive bottom plug is fixed within the base.

然后使用者去除顶释放层,以便暴露出第一层的粘合表面,以供使用。 The user then releases the top layer removed to expose the adhesive surface of the first layer, for use. 在第一层使用变脏后,使用者去除第一层,以便暴露出第二层的粘合表面,再次使用第二层。 After the first layer is formed using dirty, the user removes the first layer so as to expose the adhesive surface of the second layer, the second layer was again used. 一层的粘合表面与其上一层薄膜之间的粘合足够强,以便确保在用来清洁鞋子时,上层不容易从下一层或下多层上移去,但其强度并不会很难通过有意的操作并为此目的施加力来移去上层。 An adhesive layer on its surface an adhesive layer between the film strong enough to ensure that, when used to clean shoes, the upper layer is not easily removed from the lower layer or lower layers, but its strength is not difficult and intentional application of force by the operation to remove the upper layer for this purpose. 当插件的各层用完时,使用者可移去底层,并安装新的插件。 When the layers widget run, the user may remove the bottom, and install a new plug.

图11B表示一层粘性插件的替代实施例。 11B shows an alternative embodiment of a sticky insert. 如图11B所示,一层粘性插件包括粘合剂2700,该粘合剂中散布有整体防滑材料2701,覆盖在薄膜层上。 11B, the insert includes a sticky adhesive 2700, the entire adhesive non-slip material dispersed in 2701, covering the film layer. 防滑材料横过该层条形伸展,这如图11C所示。 Non-slip material strip extending across the layer, which is shown in FIG. 11C. 该整体防滑材料用来实施防滑功能,以代替基垫下层的防滑部件,该防滑部件容纳在粘性插件内的孔中。 The overall anti-slip material used to implement the slippage preventing function, in place of the base pad lower slip member, the anti-slip member receiving bore in the plug-in tack. 作为替换,整体防滑材料和容纳在粘性插件的孔中的防滑部件可用来提供防滑功能。 Alternatively, non-slip material and the overall anti-slip member received in the bore in the viscous plug used to provide anti-slip function.

用于制造粘性插件的方法和设备包括现在描述的若干层。 A method and apparatus for producing sticky insert comprises several layers are now described. 用于形成各层的原材料可以是低密度聚乙烯,双轴取向聚丙烯或聚酯薄膜,该材料以连续辊为单位批量制造和分配。 Raw materials for forming the respective layers may be low density polyethylene, polypropylene or biaxially oriented polyester film, a continuous roll of the material for making and dispensing quantities. 原材料还以单张片材的形式提供。 Also provided in the form of a single material sheet. 典型的,薄膜由辊进给,并经过一系列机械化的和自动的分层工艺供送,该工艺涉及采用粘合剂以提供粘性表面,采用释放层以便包装和处理,和将各层切割成期望的形状。 Typically, the film feed by the rollers to and through a series of mechanized and automated feeding a layering process, the process involves using an adhesive to provide a tacky surface, in order to use the release layer and the packaging process, and the layers were cut desired shape.

现在参见图12,用于形成粘性插件的工艺包括在薄膜上形成上粘合层,这如框图2800所示。 Referring now to FIG. 12, a process for forming a viscous plug comprises on the thin film is formed on the adhesive layer, which as shown at block 2800 in FIG. 上粘合层由公知的工艺形成,例如在辊与辊工艺中利用逆转辊涂布机,或凹板式涂布机。 On the adhesive layer formed by a known process, for example, using a reverse roll coater and a roll-roll process, or a gravure coater. 具有上粘合层的薄膜构成粘性插件层的标准层材料,这包含在随后形成形成的各层中。 With standard plug-tacky thin film layer material layer on the adhesive layer, which is contained in the subsequently formed layers formed. 然后,利用层压机,标准层材料的一部分与顶层释放薄膜层压以形成顶层材料,从而形成插件的顶层,这如框图2801所示。 Then, using a laminator, a standard part of the top layer material release layer laminated film material to form the top layer, the top layer to form a plug, which is shown as a block diagram 2801. 该顶层对应于图11A中所示的层1。 The top layer corresponding to 11A shown in FIG. 1.

利用逆转辊涂布机,或凹板式涂布机,用于形成插件的底层的底层材料由一部分标准层材料形成,例如向薄膜的侧面添加底粘合层,与该侧相对具有上粘合剂,并利用层压机使底粘合层与底层释放薄膜层压在一起,这如框图2802所示。 Using a reverse roll coater, or a gravure coater, a base material for forming the bottom portion of the insert is formed by standard layer material, such as adding an adhesive layer to the bottom side of the film, opposite to the side having the adhesive , using a laminator so that the bottom adhesive layer and the bottom release film are laminated, which as shown at block 2802 in FIG. 该底层对应于图11A所示的层12。 This corresponds to the bottom layer 12 shown in FIG. 11A.

然后,粘性插件的构造的标准层,顶层和底层材料利用本发明的替代的方法进一步接受处理,以制造粘性插件,这分别如图13A,13B和13C所示,并在下面进一步详细讨论。 Then, the standard layer, the top and bottom of the viscous material construction insert using the method of the present invention further alternative acceptance processing, to produce a viscous plug, which are shown in FIG. 13A, 13B and. 13C, and discussed in further detail below.

根据所谓“多层层叠”公知的方法(未图示),全部层可以首先一起构成多层的层压制品,该层压制品随后切割成粘性插件的形状。 The so-called "multilayer laminate" known methods (not shown), all of the first layer may together form a multi-layer laminate, the laminate is then cut into the shape of a viscous plug. 然而,该工艺存在在其边缘发生不期望的切割层粘合的缺陷。 However, the adhesive layer is not desired cutting defects occur in the present process its edges.

这样,为了避免边缘粘合的问题,粘性插件可以在涉及根据本发明的至少三个替代的实施例的旋转冲刀的工艺中形成。 Thus, in order to avoid the problem of edge of the adhesive, the adhesive may involve plug formed in the process according to the rotary die cutter embodiment of the present invention, at least three alternative example. 旋转冲刀在制造领域中是公知的。 Rotary die cutter are well known in the manufacturing art. 然而,在工艺中使用旋转冲刀来形成图11A所示的多层结构不是公知的。 However, using a rotary die cutter in the process to form the multilayer structure shown in FIG 11A is not known.

图13A表示构造成利用本发明的旋转冲刀切割粘性插件的设备。 13A shows the rotary die cutter is configured to use the cutting device of the present invention the viscous plug. 图示了单个辊2900的数量(例如12),以便分别向层压机2901进给顶层,标准层,和底层材料,然后进给刀旋转冲刀2903。 It illustrates a number (e.g. 12) single roller 2900 to 2901, respectively, to the top into the laminator, the standard layer and the base material, and then into a rotary die cutter knife to 2903. 各层以公知的“幅面料”的连续的形式进给。 The layers were fed in a continuous fashion is known as "webs" of. 层压机是公知的机械,它可构造成借助辊向若干幅面料施加预定量的压力的张力,以便将幅面料相互结合成期望的结合强度。 Laminator machine are known, it may be configured by means of a tension roller applying a predetermined amount of pressure to a plurality of webs, the webs bonded to each other to a desired bonding strength. 例如,层压机将施加足够的压力,以便一旦完成,在偶然操作时,粘性插件将不容易分离成各组分层,但该压力并不足够大,以致各层可有效的粘合在一起,并且很难通过有意的操作并为此目的施加力来分离。 For example, a laminator to apply sufficient pressure, so that once completed, when accidental operation, the viscous plug will not easily separated into component layers, but pressure is not great enough so that the layers can be bonded together effectively and difficult to operate and is applied by intentional separation force for this purpose.

在各层通过层压机结合,以形成12层幅面料2902之后,它们通过旋转冲刀2903处理。 After the layers were passed through a laminator combined to form web 12 of fabric layer 2902, 2903 are processed through a rotary die cutter. 旋转冲刀2903将幅面料2902切割成期望形状的12层粘性插件2905。 The rotary die cutter 2903 2902 webs cut to a desired shape of a viscous layer 12 of the plug 2905.

图14表示旋转冲刀的更详细的实例。 FIG 14 shows a more detailed example of the rotary die cutter. 典型的,旋转冲刀包括至少两个基本上筒形鼓3000,它们并列并相互在相反的方向上旋转。 Typically, the rotary die cutter comprises at least two substantially cylindrical drums 3000 are parallel to each other and rotated in opposite directions. 鼓在齿轮3003驱动的轴3002上旋转。 Drum shaft 3002 is rotated in the driving gear 3003. 鼓的外表面包括轮廓为期望形状的雕刻刀以便切割幅面料3004。 The outer surface of the drum comprises a contour of a desired shape so as to cut webs 3004 chisel. 鼓的其中一个表面的形状与相对的鼓表面上的形状为镜像。 Wherein a shape of the shape on the drum surface opposing to the mirror surface drum. 在粘性插件的情况下,轮廓形状可以是例如上述拱顶石。 In the case of a viscous plug, the contour shape may be such as described above keystone. 鼓成一行,其旋转速度设定为在旋转期间对应的鼓上的对应的刀接触,从而将幅面料材料切割成期望的形状。 Drum in a row, which is set to correspond to the rotational speed of the drum during the rotation of the corresponding blade contacts, whereby the fabric web material is cut into a desired shape. 作为替换,雕刻刀可以仅设置在一个鼓上,而相对的鼓具有平滑的表面。 Alternatively, the chisel may be provided only on a drum, the drum having a relatively smooth surface. 典型的,脱模装置(未图示)用来将切出的幅面料与鼓分离。 Typically, a release means (not shown) is used to cut out separate webs with the drum.

图13B表示采用旋转冲刀的替代构造。 13B shows an alternative configuration using the rotary die cutter. 在图13B中,粘性插件的形状是各层的原材料的第一切除部分,然后通过层压机结合,以制造粘性插件。 In FIG 13B, the shape of each layer is tacky insert a first cut-out portion of the raw material, and joined by laminating machine, to produce a viscous plug. 顶层材料进给到顶层旋转冲刀,旋转冲刀#1,它用来将顶层切割成插件形状。 Topsheet material fed to the top of the rotary die cutter, a rotary die cutter # 1, which is used to cut the top plug shape. 标准层材料进给到第二单个标准层旋转冲刀,旋转冲刀#2,它用来将标准层切割成插件形状。 Standard layer material is fed into a second single layer standard rotary die cutter, a rotary die cutter # 2, which is used to cut the standard layer plug shape. 在本实例中,10各标准层插件形状顺序由旋转冲刀#2切割并在层压到一起之前在中间堆积机叠置成顶层和底层插件形状。 In the present example, the shape of plug 10 layers each standard sequence # 2 by the rotary die cutter to cut and laminated together before the intermediate stacker stacked in the shape of the top and bottom plug. 底层材料进给到底层旋转冲刀,旋转冲刀#3,它用来将底层切割成插件形状。 Underlying material feed to the bottom of the rotary die cutter, a rotary die cutter # 3 which is used to cut the bottom plug shape. 然后,顶层,标准层和底层插件形状由层压机2901层压在一起,以制造粘性插件2905。 Then, the top layer, standard layer and the bottom by the shape of the plug together Laminator 2901, 2905 to produce a viscous plug.

图13C表示一种构造,其中在层压到一起之前,插件形状由其相应材料切割而成,但其中每层粘性插件由单个旋转冲刀切割成形。 13C shows a configuration in which prior to its corresponding plug-shaped material to be cut from laminated together, but wherein each layer consists of a single viscous plug forming the rotary cutting die cutter.

图15A-15D表示例如通过上述工艺形成的粘性插件3106的附加实施例的平面图。 FIGS 15A-15D a plan view of an additional embodiment example of the viscous plug formed by the above process 3106. 图15A-15D表示用于接收基部下层的防滑部件的粘性插件中的不同种类的孔。 FIGS 15A-15D represent different types of viscous plug hole for receiving a non-slip base member in the lower layer. 在前述附图中的实施例中,孔相对细长,以便接收细长的“肋状”防滑部件,在图15A-15D中,孔3107基本上为圆形,以便容纳结节“凸起状”防滑部件。 In the foregoing embodiment in the drawings, relatively elongated aperture for receiving an elongate "rib" skid member, in FIGS. 15A-15D, the aperture 3107 is substantially circular, in order to accommodate nodular "convexly "non-slip member. 孔3107如附图所示具有不同的随机分布。 The apertures 3107 have a different random distribution shown in FIG. 而且,孔形状不限于圆形,但具有随机形状,例如椭圆,方形,矩形或三角形。 Further, the shape is not limited to a circular hole, but with a random shape, for example elliptical, square, rectangular or triangular.

参见图15A-15D,移动小突出部3100设置在粘性插件的边缘上。 Referring to FIGS. 15A-15D, a small movement of the upper edge projecting tacky insert portion 3100 is provided. 对于上述移动小突出部2400,在上述冲切工艺过程中,移动小突出部3100可由与粘性插件相同的材料形成,但没有任何粘合剂,以便很容易操作。 For the movement tabs 2400, in the punching process, by moving tabs viscous plug portion 3100 are formed of the same material, but without any adhesive, so it is easy to operate. 移动小突出部可替代的由不同材料形成,并紧固在粘性插件上。 Moving the tabs may alternatively be formed of a different material, and fastened to the viscous plug. 移动小突出部位置是随机的。 Moving the position of the small projection is random. 基部下层可具有凹入部,以便容纳移动小突出部。 The base may have a lower recess to accommodate movement of tabs.

在上述工艺中,术语“插件”用来指设计成插入即由基部的凹入部接收的部件。 In the above process, the term "widget" is used that is designed to be inserted is received by the recess of the base member. 如上所述,插件可以是具有上粘性表面的单层材料(并可能在其下侧有非粘性释放薄膜),或者可以包括若干可分离的层,每层具有上粘性表面(并可能在顶层和底层的下侧有非粘性释放薄膜)。 As described above, the insert may be a single layer of material on the adhesive surface (and possibly a non-stick release film on the lower side), or may comprise several separable layers, each layer having an upper surface tack (and possibly the top and the lower side of the bottom of a non-stick release film). 下列论述使用术语“插件”来指单层形式。 The following discussion uses the term "plug-in" to refer to a single layer. 这样,上面被称为“包括若干可分离层的插件”(例如图10D和10E所示)应理解为对应于下述“若干叠置的可分离插件”。 Thus, referred to above as "plug comprising a plurality of separable layer" (e.g., as shown in FIGS. 10D and 10E) is understood to correspond to the following "a number of stacked detachable plug."

如果插件叠置,当其对应的移动小突出部(下面简称为“小突出部”)具有平滑表面时,它可能很难使一个插件与另一个分离。 If the plug superposed, when it is moved corresponding tabs (hereinafter referred to as "tabs") has a smooth surface, it may be difficult to separate one from another widget. 这是因为当小突出部表面平滑时,它们倾向于由于粘合吸引而粘接在一起。 This is because when the small projection surface smoothness, since they tend to attract and adhesive bonded together. 当小突出部粘接在一起时,它很难例如在一叠插件中抓握最上面的插件的小突出部,以便将其与叠置体分离。 When the small tabs projecting portions are bonded together, for example, it is difficult to grip the uppermost plug in the stack of the plug, so as to be separated from the stack. 而且,当处理插件以试图将其与叠置体分离时,粘接在一起的小突出部倾向于使超过一个的插件无意中与叠置体分离,浪费材料。 Further, when processing to attempt to plug the stack separating tabs bonded together tend to plug more than one stack of unintentionally separated from the waste material. 需要一种方法来解决这个问题。 We need a way to solve this problem.

因此,本发明的实施例涉及给插件的小突出部提供非光滑的纹理,或者给小突出部的一部分增加厚度,以便能够更容易的使一个小突出部与另一个分离,结果,更容易使单独的一个插件与一叠插件分离。 Thus, tabs directed to insert embodiment of the present invention provide a non-smooth texture, or to increase the part of the small projecting portion thickness to make it easier for a small projecting portion separated from the other, the result is more easily a separate plug-in plug is separated from the stack. “非光滑纹理”指小突出部的表面的至少一部分包括不同高度的区域,即与整个小突出部表面相比或者升高或者凹陷的区域,因此,该部分基本上是非平面的。 "Non-smooth textured" refers to a surface of the small projecting portion comprises at least a part of regions of different heights, i.e., small compared to the total surface of the protruding portion or the raised or recessed areas, therefore, the portion substantially non-planar. 例如,该部分特征在于与小突出部表面的其余部分相比该部分为“鼓起”或“粗糙”。 For example, wherein the portion compared to the rest of the tabs of the part of the surface of the "bulge" or "rough."

在一个实施例中,利用加热的刻花辊,非光滑纹理用于小突出部材料。 In one embodiment, by heating the engraved roll, for the non-smooth textured material tabs. 特别是,如上所述,在冲切工艺过程中,小突出部材料由与插件相同的材料形成,单无任何涂覆在用于小突出部的材料上的粘合剂。 In particular, as described above, in the blanking process, a small projection is formed from a material the same material as the plug, no single adhesive coated on the material used for the tabs. 该小突出部材料可在加热刻花辊之间辊压(可称为热成形工艺),以便向小突出部材料添加非光滑纹理。 The material may be a tab portion between the heating roll engraved roller (may be referred to as thermoforming process) to add texture to the non-smooth material tabs. “刻花”辊指在外表面上具有凸起的辊,因此,当来自辊的压力和热作用在小突出部材料上时,辊上的凸起在小突出部材料中盖印。 "Engraved" refers to a roller having a convex outer surface of the roller, and therefore, when the action of heat and pressure from the roll of material in the small projecting portion, the small projections stamped on the projecting portion of the roll material. 凸起的形状是随机的。 Convex shape is random. 在这种操作中,辊的温度典型的需要是或接近小突出部材料的玻璃化温度(Tg)。 In this operation, the temperature of the roller is typically needed at or near the glass transition temperature of the material tabs (Tg). 根据小突出部材料向辊进给的速率,合理地作用在小突出部材料上的压力量,和热损失,辊可能需要加热到高于小突出部材料的Tg的温度。 The tabs material feed rate to the roller, a reasonable amount of pressure acting on the material tabs, and heat loss may be required roll heated to a temperature above the Tg of the material tabs. 在对于几乎任意热塑材料进行热成形时,通常,较低的Tg材料例如聚乙烯或聚丙烯使得工艺更容易。 When thermoforming for nearly any thermoplastic material, typically, lower Tg material such as polyethylene or polypropylene, such process easier. 然而,任意适当的材料均在本发明的范围内,本发明不限于使用聚乙烯或聚丙烯。 However, any suitable material within the scope of the present invention, the present invention is not limited to the use of polyethylene or polypropylene.

如上所述,小突出部材料可由与插件相同的材料形成;即低密度聚乙烯,双轴取向聚丙烯或聚酯薄膜,它们以连续辊为单位批量制造和分配。 As described above, the small protrusion may be formed of the same material plug material; i.e. low-density polyethylene, polypropylene or biaxially oriented polyester film, they are continuous roll mass production and distribution units. 在将粘合剂涂覆在薄膜上以制造每个粘性插件的标准材料的层压步骤之前,可实施在小突出部材料内形成非光滑纹理。 Standard lamination step before the adhesive material is coated on each adhesive film to manufacture a widget can be implemented in the form of non-smooth textured material tabs. 这样,例如,在涂覆粘合剂之前,在生产线的一点上,通过在层压步骤之前在热成形步骤中对整个薄膜辊进行预处理,可实施形成非光滑纹理,或者,通过将热成形辊设置为层压线的一部分来实施。 Thus, for example, an adhesive prior to coating, a point in the production line, by pretreatment of the entire film roll thermoforming step, before the lamination step can be carried out smooth non-textured form, or by thermoforming provided as part of the lamination roll to the line of FIG. 在用粘合剂层压之前,向小突出部材料上涂覆非光滑纹理的方法潜在来说是最节省成本的。 Prior to lamination with an adhesive to the tabs smooth textured non-material coating method is the most potential cost savings. 在涂覆粘合剂后有可能涂覆非光滑纹理时,如果粘合剂没有很好的得到控制(小突出部区域保持完全干净),这带来了辊粘搭的危险。 When the coated adhesive may be coated with a non-smooth texture, if the adhesive is not well controlled (kept small projection area completely clean), which brings the danger of gumming roller.

在如上所述进行辊材料处理后,单个插件,包括具有非光滑纹理的小突出部,可在冲切工艺中从辊上切除并叠置。 After treatment in the roll material as described above, a single plug comprising a small projection having a non-smooth texture, can be cut from the roll and stacked in the punching process. 作为替换,多个幅面料可叠置,然后插件叠置体从叠置的幅面料上冲切掉。 Alternatively, a plurality of webs may be stacked, and then plug in the stack from the stacking webs punched out.

利用热成形辊来施加非光滑纹理,取而代之的是,利用卷边工具来将非光滑纹理引入小突出部材料内。 Textured roller to apply nonsmooth, instead, the use of crimping tools to be introduced into a non-smooth texture tabs forming material by heat. 如果对卷边工具加热,或者如果将小突出部材料加热到接近该材料的Tg,则卷边更容易。 If heated curling tool, or if the material is heated to near the small projection a Tg of the material, the easier to crimp. 然而,如果适当的力作用在卷边工具上,则不一定需要加热。 However, if the force acts on the appropriate crimping tool, not necessarily require heating.

根据另一个替代的实例,在由卷材冲切单独的插件之前或之后,通过在加热压力机上布置小突出部材料,可施加非光滑纹理。 According to another alternate example, separate from the web before or after the blanking plug, by arranging the material tabs on the heating press, may be applied to non-smooth texture.

作为另一个替代实例,通过在小突出部材料的表面上粘合颗粒例如沙或粗砂,在小突出部材料上可施加非光滑纹理。 As a further alternative example, particles on the surface by bonding tabs sand or grit material, in a small projection material may be applied, for example, a non-smooth texture.

在插件制造工艺中,在某些点,在小突出部中设置折痕以促进小突出部展开是有利的,这还更便于单独的小突出部的分离。 Plug-in manufacturing process, at some point, the tabs disposed creases to facilitate deployment of small projection is advantageous, it is also easier separation of the individual tabs.

考虑到前面的描述,基本上,根据本发明的实施例的小地毯插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域,非粘性区域的一部分形成用于操作插件的小突出部,小突出部的表面包括非光滑纹理。 Considering the foregoing description, substantially, rugs plug according to an embodiment of the present invention, a portion of adhesive areas and non-adhesive area, non-adhesive region comprises forming a small protrusion for the insert operation, the protruding portion includes a surface of the small non-smooth texture.

如上所述,非光滑纹理可施加到小突出部材料的一侧或两侧。 As described above, the non-smooth textures may be applied to one or both sides of the material tabs. 可以认识到在以上述方式向小突出部材料施加非光滑纹理以便相对于一个小突出部表面,相对于该小突出部表面的相对侧形成升高的区域和突起同时,升高的区域或突起将构成凹入部或压痕。 Be appreciated that the projections and the region in the regions while applying the above-described manner to small non-smooth textured material projecting portion with respect to the surface of a small projection, is formed raised relative to the small side of the projection surface, or raised projections constituting the recess or indentation.

在给定侧,小突出部的非光滑纹理包括例如小的隆起,凸出,或随机的表面粗糙。 In a given side, a non-smooth textured portion includes a small projection such as a small bump, projection, or a random surface roughness. 图16A-16C表示了可能的非光滑纹理的一些实例。 FIGS 16A-16C shows examples of some possible non-smooth texture. 图16A表示基本上为方形或矩形隆起或突出部的图案的平面图(即从上看的视图)。 16A shows a substantially square or rectangular ridges projecting portion or pattern plan view (i.e., a view seen from above). 隆起相对于小突出部表面的其余部分的高度取决于小突出部材料的厚度和期望的纹理粗糙度。 Raised height relative to the rest of the small projection surface depends on the material thickness of the tabs and the desired texture roughness. 从没有施加非光滑纹理的小突出部表面的区域测量的隆起的高度例如约为在热成形前小突出部材料厚度的约5%至约50%之间。 From the height of the raised region of the measurement surface of the tabs is not applied to non-smooth texture in thermoforming for example, approximately between about 5% to about 50% of the material thickness of the front tabs. 特别是,该高度可以是小突出部材料的厚度的约10%至约30%之间。 In particular, the height may be between about 10% to about 30% of the thickness of the material tabs. 从平面图看去隆起的面积例如对应于在一侧上从约0.1mm至约2.0mm之间的长度。 Viewed from a plan raised area corresponding to a length of between, for example, from about 0.1mm to about 2.0mm on one side. 特别是,该面积对应于从约0.5mm至约1.0mm之间的长度。 In particular, the area corresponding to the length between about 0.5mm to about 1.0mm from.

图16B表示基本上为圆形隆起或突起的图案的平面图。 FIG 16B is a plan view showing a substantially circular ridge or protrusion pattern. 隆起相对于小突出部表面的其余部分的高度取决于小突出部材料的厚度和期望的纹理粗糙度。 Raised height relative to the rest of the small projection surface depends on the material thickness of the tabs and the desired texture roughness. 从没有施加非光滑纹理的小突出部表面的区域测量的隆起的高度例如约为在热成形前小突出部材料厚度的约5%至约50%之间。 From the height of the raised region of the measurement surface of the tabs is not applied to non-smooth texture in thermoforming for example, approximately between about 5% to about 50% of the material thickness of the front tabs. 特别是,该高度可以是小突出部材料的厚度的约10%至约30%之间。 In particular, the height may be between about 10% to about 30% of the thickness of the material tabs. 从平面图看去隆起的面积例如对应于在一侧上从约0.1mm至约2.0mm之间的直径。 Viewed from a plan raised area corresponding to a diameter of, for example, from between about 0.1mm to about 2.0mm on one side. 特别是,该面积对应于从约0.5mm至约1.0mm之间的直径。 In particular, the area corresponds to the diameter of from between about 0.5mm to about 1.0mm.

图16C表示非光滑纹理的随机分布。 FIG 16C shows a random distribution of the non-smooth texture. 暗线表示小突出部表面中或者升高或者凹陷的区域。 Dark line represents the surface area is smaller projecting or raised portions or depressions. 纹理相对于小突出部表面的其余部分的高度(或深度)取决于小突出部材料的厚度和期望的纹理粗糙度。 Texture relative to the height (or depth) depends on the material thickness of the tabs and the desired texture of the rest of the small roughness of the surface of the projecting portion. 从没有施加非光滑纹理的小突出部表面的区域测量的纹理的高度(或深度)例如约为在热成形前小突出部材料厚度的约5%至约50%之间。 Measured from the textures of the regions of the tabs is not applied to the non-smooth surface texture height (or depth) in thermoforming for example, approximately between about 5% to about 50% of the material thickness of the front tabs. 特别是,该高度(或深度)可以是小突出部材料的厚度的约10%至约30%之间。 In particular, the height (or depth) may be between about 10% to about 30% of the thickness of the material tabs. 从平面图看去升高区域或凹陷处的宽度例如是从约0.1mm至约2.0mm之间。 Raised area seen from a plan or recesses, for example, at a width of from between about 0.1mm to about 2.0mm. 特别是,该宽度可以是从约0.5mm至约1.0mm之间。 In particular, the width may be from between about 0.5mm to about 1.0mm.

如上所述,非光滑纹理可施加到小突出部材料的一侧或两侧。 As described above, the non-smooth textures may be applied to one or both sides of the material tabs. 根据本发明的实施例,如果非光滑纹理施加到小突出部的仅一侧,非光滑纹理形成,这样,当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上以便基本上与第二小突出部对齐(例如形成插件叠置体)时,相应的小突出部的非光滑纹理相互偏移。 According to an embodiment of the present invention, only one side, the non-smooth textured non-smooth texture if applied to a small projection is formed such that, when the first small projection is disposed on the second small projection portion projecting substantially to the second pinion when the alignment unit (for example, a widget stack), the corresponding non-smooth textured tabs offset from each other. 如此实现以便较低小突出部中的升高区域不会嵌套进入较高小突出部中的对应的凹陷处中,从而很难使小突出部分离。 Thus in order to achieve a lower small raised area protruding portion do not nest into the recess corresponding to the protruding portion of the small high, so that it is difficult to leave a small projection. 否则,在一个小突出部中的隆起不会充填相邻的小突出部中的沟谷。 Otherwise, a small bulge in the protrusion of the tabs will not be filled in the adjacent valley.

图17表示这种布置的一个实例。 FIG 17 shows an example of such an arrangement. 图17表示一叠插件小突出部1700。 17 shows a stack 1700 tabs widget. 隆起1700在顶小突出部1720的上表面中形成,这样对应于隆起1710的压痕在相对的表面中形成。 Ridge 1700 formed on the surface of the top portion 1720 of the tabs, so that corresponding to the raised indentations 1710 formed on the opposing surfaces. 在小突出部1720下的小突出部1740上形成的隆起1730与隆起1710偏置,以避免嵌套入压痕内。 Formed on the tabs 1740 protruding portion 1720 at the small raised bumps 1710 and 1730 biased into the indentations to avoid nesting. 类似的,小突出部1740下的小突出部1760上的隆起1750与隆起1730偏置。 Similarly, the raised ridge 1750 and 1730 on small offset portion projecting tabs 1760 in 1740. 在图17中表示的三个小突出部的一个实例中,这种偏置的非光滑纹理的图案在一叠随机数量的插件中重复出现。 One example of the three tabs shown in FIG. 17, such a smooth textured non-biased pattern is repeated in the plug-in random number stack.

在热成形工艺中,通过使顶辊和底辊定向,很容易实现上述非光滑纹理的偏置,这样在叠置小突出部使不会发生嵌套。 In the thermoforming process, by making the orientation of the top and bottom rolls, it is easy to achieve the above non-smooth texture bias, so that the overlying tabs nest does not occur. 另一种可能是在相邻的小突出部上使用不同的非光滑纹理图案,从而使嵌套不可能。 Another possibility is to use different non-smooth textured pattern on the tabs of adjacent, nested so that impossible. 例如,在一叠插件中,如图16A和16B所示,具有规则图案的非光滑纹理的小突出部可替代如图16C所示的具有随机分布的非光滑纹理的小突出部。 Tabs smooth textured non e.g., plug-in in the stack, as shown in FIG. 16A and 16B, having a regular pattern of FIG Alternatively tabs having a smooth textured non-random distribution shown in FIG. 16C. 作为替换或附加的,相邻的小突出部可布置成使得其相面对表面均只具有升高的区域,或者均只具有凹陷部,因此,嵌套不可能发生。 Alternatively or additionally, the adjacent tabs may be arranged so that their facing surfaces are raised only a region, or each having a recessed portion only, therefore, unlikely to occur nested.

图18A-18C表示本发明的另一个实施例,它便于在一叠插件中小突出部相互分离。 Another FIGS. 18A-18C represent embodiments of the present invention, it is easy to small mutually separated portions projecting plug in a stack. 图18A-18C是从插件的粘性部分伸展的插件小突出部的侧立视图。 FIGS 18A-18C is a portion extending from the adhesive side elevational view of the insert portion of the plug-in tabs. 在图18A-18C中,每个小突出部1810具有第一部分和第二部分,第一部分比第二部分厚。 In FIGS. 18A-18C, each of the tabs 1810 having a first portion and a second portion, the second portion is thicker than the first portion. 根据该实施例,较厚的第一部分可以通过附加到小突出部材料的表面上的隔离材料1820形成。 According to this embodiment, the first portion 1820 may be formed by thick attached to the surface of the small projection material insulating material. 隔离材料使小突出部的第二较薄部分(即没有附加的隔离材料的部分)与相邻的小突出部的第二较薄部分分离。 Insulating material separating the second thin portion (i.e., portion without additional isolation material) tabs and the adjacent second thinner portion of the tabs. 即,在小突出部基本上相互对齐的一叠插件中,第一较厚部分在相邻的小突出部的第二较薄部分之间形成一个空间,从而很容易分离小突出部。 That is, the tabs are substantially mutually aligned stack of plug-in, a first thick portion is formed in a space between a thinner portion adjacent the second portion of the tabs, thereby easily separating tabs. 另外,根据该实施例,小突出部的第一部分比小突出部的第二部分厚,因此,当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上以便基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,第一小突出部的第二部分与第二小突出部的第二部分分离。 Further, according to this embodiment, the first part of the small projecting portion is smaller than a thickness of the protruding portion of the second portion, and therefore, when the first small projection arranged on the second small projection to substantially aligned with the second small projection the second portion of the first small projecting portion separated from the second portion of the second projecting portion small.

隔离材料的布置是随机的。 Insulation material is arranged in random. 例如,图18A表示与小突出部1810的外边缘齐平的隔离材料1820。 For example, FIG. 18A shows the outer edge of the projecting portion 1810 is flush insulating material 1820. 图18B表示位于小突出部1810的几乎中心的隔离材料1820。 FIG. 18B showing portion located almost the center of the small protrusion of the insulating material 1810 1820. 图18C表示位于靠近线1840划界的区域的隔离材料,在该区域插件的表面可粘性。 18C shows the isolation region located near the line of demarcation material 1840, the surface area of ​​the plug may be sticky.

根据该实施例,隔离材料可由与小突出部相同的材料形成。 According to this embodiment, the spacer material may be formed of the same material as the small projecting portion. 例如,隔离材料可以是结合在小突出部上的附加的薄膜层。 For example, insulating material may be an additional thin film layer on the protruding portion of the small binding. 作为替换,隔离材料可以由与小突出部不同的材料形成,并与小突出部结合。 Alternatively, spacer material may be formed by a small projection of different materials, and combined with the small projection. 在任一种情况下,结合可采用粘合剂,热结合或化学结合,或采用紧固件例如一个或多个卡订。 In either case, be used in conjunction with an adhesive, chemical bonding, or thermal bonding or using fasteners, for example, set one or more cards. 在另一个替代例中,隔离材料可以是卡订,金属孔眼,铆钉或其它在小突出部上形成隆起或突起的装置。 In another alternative embodiment, the barrier material may be a card set, grommet, the device is formed on a bulge or protrusion rivets or other small projection. 这种卡订,金属孔眼,铆钉或其它形成隆起的装置例如可以是塑料,橡胶或金属的。 The card set, metal eyelets, rivets or other means may be formed, for example, the raised plastic, rubber or metal.

根据该实施例,隔离材料可以添加到一叠插件中的替代的小突出部上。 According to this embodiment, the spacer material may be added to the stack of plug-in tabs alternate. 隔离材料可设有一些种类的视觉指示器,或者,在选定的小突出部,例如在一叠插件中倒数第二或最后的小突出部上的颜色。 Isolating material may be provided with some sort of visual indicator, or a selected portion of the tabs, for example, the reciprocal of the last or the second color on a small plug-in projection in a stack. 或者,隔离材料可布置成对于一些种类的结构或视觉指示器而言每个小突出部相互不同。 Alternatively, the insulating material may be arranged some kind of structural or visual indicator tabs For each different from each other. 例如,在一叠插件中的小突出部具有替代的颜色,或者每个小突出部具有不同的颜色。 For example, a small plug-in projection portion having a stack of alternate color, or each of the tabs have different colors. 一叠插件中的每个小突出部可用数字或字母编号,例如,以公知顺序例如(1,2,3...)或(A,B,C...)。 Each stack of small plug-in projection numeric or alphanumeric numbers e.g., a known sequence, for example, (1,2,3 ...), or (A, B, C ...).

在一个替代的实施例中,每个小突出部具有超出一个小突出部的外边缘的突出的伸展部,这如图19A所示。 In an alternative embodiment, each of the tabs having a portion extending beyond the projection of the outer edge of a small projection, which is shown in Figure 19A. 图19A表示小突出部1900-1905,每个小突出部具有对应的伸展部1900E,1901E等。 19A shows 1900-1905 tabs, each having a corresponding tabs extending portions 1900E, 1901E and the like. 伸展部可布置成当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上以便基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,相应的小突出部的伸展部相互偏置。 It may be arranged to stretch when the first small projection is disposed on the second small projection so as to substantially align with the second tabs, respective tabs extending portion offset from each other. 图19B如前图示,图19B表示布置成例如在一叠插件中基本上相互对齐的小突出部1900-1905。 As illustrated in FIG. 19B, FIG. 19B shows, for example, a small projection is arranged substantially mutually aligned in the plug-in stack 1900-1905. 另一方面,每个小突出部的对应的伸展部1900E-1905E与其它伸展部偏置。 On the other hand, the corresponding portion of each small protrusion extending portion 1900E-1905E bias the other stretch. 图19A和19B所示的小突出部伸展部例如可通过冲切和通过在分离工艺中向小突出部增加伸展部来形成。 19A and tabs extending portion 19B as shown for example be formed by punching and by increasing the portion extending toward the small protrusion separation process. 小突出部伸展部可由与小突出部相同的材料和不同的材料形成。 Tabs extending portion may be formed of the same material as the small projecting portion and different materials.

根据另一个实施例,可向小突出部加热,以便小突出部相对收缩和膨胀。 According to another embodiment, the tabs can be heated to a relatively small projection contraction and expansion. 以这种方式,在小突出部之间的差异导致小突出部更容易分离。 In this manner, the difference between the small projecting portion results in a small protrusion portion more easily separated. 在一个实施例中,向类似材料和厚度的小突出部加热,但在小突出部之间加热的程度和持续时间可以不同。 In one embodiment, the heated tabs similar material and thickness, but between the tabs of the extent and duration of heating may be different. 即,第一小突出部可加热第一程度和持续时间,而第二小突出部可加热与第一程度和持续时间不同的第二程度和持续时间。 That is, the first small projection may be a first degree and duration of heating, and the second small projection may be heated with a first degree and duration of a second, different degree and duration. 由于第一和第二小突出部加热的程度和持续时间存在差别,它们彼此相对膨胀或收缩。 Since there is a difference of the first and second tabs extent and duration of the heating, expansion or contraction thereof relative to each other. 这样,如果第一和第二小突出部布置成在一叠插件中相邻,它们很容易彼此分离,因为它们具有不同的尺寸。 Thus, if the first and second tabs disposed adjacent plug in a stack, they are easily separated from each other, because they have different sizes.

作为替换,小突出部可由相同材料但不同厚度的材料形成,且小突出部可加热相同程度和持续时间。 Alternatively, the tabs may be formed of the same material but of different material thickness is formed, and the tabs can be heated to the same extent and duration. 即,第一小突出部具有第一厚度。 That is, the first projecting portion having a first small thickness. 第二小突出部具有与第一厚度不同的第二厚度,但第一和第二小突出部加热相同的程度和持续时间。 Second small protrusion portion having a second thickness different from the first thickness, the first and second tabs heating the same degree and duration. 由于第一小突出部和第二小突出部存在厚度差,它们将相对膨胀或收缩。 Due to the small difference in thickness of the first portion and the second projecting tabs, they will expand or contract relative. 这样,如果第一和第二小突出部布置成在一叠插件中相邻,它们很容易彼此分离,因为它们具有不同的尺寸。 Thus, if the first and second tabs disposed adjacent plug in a stack, they are easily separated from each other, because they have different sizes.

根据另一个替代的实施例,小突出部可由具有相同材料但具有不同薄膜分子的定向的材料形成。 According to another alternative embodiment, the small protrusion may be formed of the same material but different film materials having molecular orientation is formed. “薄膜分子的定向”指在分子水平上的薄膜的性质,例如,在分子水平上,薄膜分子可以例如“双取向”或“双致动”。 "Molecule oriented film" refers to properties of the film at the molecular level, for example, at the molecular level, for example, films molecule may "double orientation" or "dual actuator." 如本领域的技术人员所公知,具有不同取向的薄膜分子响应热不同。 As those skilled in the art is well known, the molecular films having different thermal response of different orientation. 例如,与加热时具有与第一取向不同的第二取向的薄膜分子相比,当加热时,具有第一取向的薄膜分子具有在不同的方向上膨胀或收缩的趋势。 For example, compared with a film having molecular orientation and a second orientation different from the first when heated, when heated, having a first molecular alignment films have a tendency to expand or contract in different directions. 薄膜分子定向的这种性能在小突出部之间引入差别是有用的。 Such molecular orientation film performance difference is introduced between the tabs it is useful. 这样,根据本发明的实施例,第一小突出部具有第一薄膜分子定向。 Thus, according to embodiments of the present invention, the first projecting portion having a first small molecule orientation film. 第二小突出部具有与第一薄膜分子定向不同的第二薄膜分子定向,并且第一和第二小突出部加热相同程度和持续时间。 Second small projection having a different molecular orientation of the first film a second film of molecular orientation, and the first and second tabs to the same extent and duration of heating. 由于第一小突出部和第二小突出部存在薄膜分子定向差,它们将相对膨胀或收缩。 Because of the molecular orientation of the film small difference between the first portion and the second projecting tabs, they will expand or contract relative. 这样,如果第一和第二小突出部布置成在一叠插件中一个位于另一个上,它们很容易彼此分离,因为它们具有不同的尺寸。 Thus, if the first and second small protrusions arranged to plug in a stack one on another, they are easily separated from each other because they have different sizes.

在又一个替代实施例中,小突出部可由不同的材料制成。 In yet another alternative embodiment, the tabs may be made of different materials. 例如,第一小突出部由聚丙烯制成,而第二小突出部由尼龙制成。 For example, the first small protrusion made of polypropylene, and the second small projection is made of nylon. 第一和第二小突出部加热相同的程度和持续时间。 The first and second tabs heating the same degree and duration. 由于存在材料差别,第一小突出部和第二小突出部将相对膨胀或收缩。 Because of differences in materials, the first and second tabs projecting portion small relative expansion or contraction. 这样,如果第一和第二小突出部布置成在一叠插件中相邻,它们很容易彼此分离,因为它们具有不同的尺寸。 Thus, if the first and second tabs disposed adjacent plug in a stack, they are easily separated from each other, because they have different sizes. 而且,小突出部可由不同的材料但具有基本上相同厚度的材料制成,如上所述,在小突出部之间加热的程度和持续时间可以不同。 Moreover, the small projecting portion may be formed of different materials, but made of a material having substantially the same thickness, as described above, the protruding portion between the small extent and duration of heating may be different. 这将导致小突出部具有不同的尺寸。 This will result in a small projecting portion have different sizes.

应理解上述方法的任何步骤可任意结合实施,以获得小突出部之间的差别。 Any step to be understood that the above methods may be implemented in any combination to obtain the difference between the tabs. 例如,小突出部可以是相同材料但不同厚度,加热程度和加热持续时间对于相应的小突出部可以不同。 For example, a small projection may be the same material but with different thickness, the degree of heating and the heating duration may be different for the respective tabs. 或者,小突出部可以由具有不同的薄膜分子定向的相同材料制成,加热程度和加热持续时间对于相应的小突出部可以不同。 Alternatively, the tabs may be made of the same materials having different molecular orientation of the film, the degree of heating and the heating duration may be different for the respective tabs. 另外,小突出部可以是由不同材料且不同厚度的材料制成,加热程度和加热持续时间对于相应的小突出部可以不同。 Further, the tabs may be made of different materials and different thickness, the degree of heating and the heating duration may be different for the respective tabs.

所有已公开的实施例是对各种方式的说明,其中可采用本发明。 All the disclosed embodiments are illustrative of the various ways in which the present invention may be employed. 另外,任意公开的实施例可以与本发明的任意实施例结合,并且本发明不仅局限于公开的特定组合实施例。 Moreover, any embodiments disclosed embodiments may be practiced in conjunction with any embodiment of the present invention, and the present invention is not limited to the specific embodiments disclosed compositions. 在不背离本发明的实质和范围的基础上,本领域的熟练技术人员可实现其它实施例。 On the basis of the present invention without departing from the spirit and scope of, the skilled in the art that other embodiments may be implemented.

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  1. 1.一种小地毯插件,它包粘性区域和非粘性区域,非粘性区域的一部分形成为用于操纵插件的小突出部,该小突出部的表面包括非光滑纹理。 A plug rugs, wrap it, and a portion of the sticky region non-adhesive area, non-adhesive area is formed for actuating insert tabs, a surface of the projecting portion includes a small non-smooth texture.
  2. 2.如权利要求1所述的小地毯插件,其特征在于,非光滑纹理由若干任意形状的突起形成。 2. rugs plug according to claim 1, wherein the non-smooth textured by a plurality of projections formed in any shape.
  3. 3.如权利要求1所述的小地毯插件,其特征在于,非光滑纹理由结合到小突出部表面上的颗粒形成。 Rugs plug according to claim 1, wherein the non-smooth texture is formed by small particles bonded to the surface of the projecting portion.
  4. 4.如权利要求1所述的小地毯插件,其特征在于,非光滑纹理如此形成,使得当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上以便基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,相应的小突出部的非光滑纹理相互偏置。 4. The plug-rug according to claim 1, wherein the non-smooth textures thus formed, such that when the first projection is disposed on the smaller second small protrusions is substantially aligned with the second portion to the small projection when corresponding non-smooth textured tabs offset from each other.
  5. 5.一种插件,它构造成容纳在小地毯的凹入部内,插件的表面包括粘性区域和非粘性区域,非粘性区域的一部分形成用于操纵插件的小突出部,小突出部的表面包括升高区域。 A plug, which is configured to be accommodated within the concave portion, rugs, surface of the insert includes a portion of the sticky region and non-adhesive area, a small non-adhesive area is formed protruding portion for operating the plug, the surface of the small projection comprises elevated areas.
  6. 6.如权利要求5所述的插件,其特征在于,升高区域是布置成规则图案的隆起。 Plug as claimed in claim 5, characterized in that the raised area is arranged in a regular pattern of ridges.
  7. 7.如权利要求6所述的插件,其特征在于,隆起是矩形。 7. A plug according to claim 6, wherein the ridges are rectangular.
  8. 8.如权利要求6所述的插件,其特征在于,隆起是圆形。 8. A plug according to claim 6, characterized in that the circular ridges.
  9. 9.如权利要求5所述的插件,其特征在于,升高区域是随机分布的。 9. The plug according to claim 5, characterized in that the raised areas are randomly distributed.
  10. 10.如权利要求5所述的插件,其特征在于,升高区域如此形成,以便当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上从而基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,相应的小突出部的升高区域相互偏置。 10. A plug according to claim 5, characterized in that the raised area is formed so that when the first small projection is disposed on the second small projection substantially aligned with the second portion so that the small projecting portion, the corresponding small raised area protruding portion offset from one another.
  11. 11.一种插件,它构造成容纳在小地毯的凹入部内,插件的一个表面包括粘性区域和非粘性区域,非粘性区域的一部分形成用于操纵插件的小突出部,且小突出部的第一部分比该小突出部的第二部分厚,因此,当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上以便基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,第一小突出部的第二部分与第二小突出部的第二部分分离。 A plug, which is configured to be received within recess rug, a surface of the insert includes a portion of the sticky region and non-adhesive area, non-adhesive area is formed for actuating the plug tabs, and the tabs a first portion protruding second portion thicker than the small portion, and therefore, the small projection when the first portion is disposed on the second small projection to substantially aligned with the second small projection, the second portion of the first small projection separating the second portion of the second projecting portion small.
  12. 12.如权利要求11所述的插件,其特征在于,小突出部的第一较厚部分由小突出部材料和附加到小突出部材料上的分离材料形成。 12. A plug according to claim 11, characterized in that the thicker portion of the first projecting portion from the small tabs attached to the material and separating material on the material tabs.
  13. 13.如权利要求12所述的插件,其特征在于,分离材料是卡订,金属孔眼或铆钉中的其中之一。 13. The plug of claim 12, wherein the separation material is one card book, grommet or rivet.
  14. 14.如权利要求11所述的插件,其特征在于,分离材料包括用于使一个小突出部与另一个小突出部区分的视觉指示器。 14. A plug according to claim 11, characterized in that the separating material comprises a tab portion for causing the other tabs distinguishable visual indicator.
  15. 15.一种方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的插件,该插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;b)形成用于从非粘性区域的一部分操纵插件的小突出部;和c)在小突出部的表面上形成非光滑纹理。 15. A method, comprising the steps of: a) forming rug plug, the plug comprises an adhesive area and a non-adhesive area; b) forming a small portion projecting from the non-adhesive portion of the actuating plug region; and c) surface of the small projection is formed on a non-smooth texture.
  16. 16.如权利要求15所述的方法,其特征在于,步骤(c)包括在小突出部的材料上施用加热的带纹理的辊。 16. The method according to claim 15, wherein step (c) comprises administering a heated textured roll on the material tabs.
  17. 17.如权利要求15所述的方法,其特征在于,步骤(c)包括使小突出部的材料卷曲。 17. The method according to claim 15, wherein step (c) comprises the material of curled tabs.
  18. 18.如权利要求15所述的方法,其特征在于,非光滑纹理如此形成,以便当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上从而基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,相应的小突出部的非光滑纹理相互偏置。 18. The method according to claim 15, wherein the non-smooth textures thus formed, such that when the first small projection is disposed on the second small projection substantially aligned with the second portion so that the small projecting portion, the corresponding non-smooth texture tabs offset from each other.
  19. 19.一种方法,其步骤包括:a)形成用于小地毯的插件,该插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)形成用于从非粘性区域的一部分操纵插件的小突出部,小突出部的第一部分比该小突出部的第二部分厚,因此,当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上以便基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,第一小突出部的第二部分与第二小突出部的第二部分分离。 19. A method, comprising the steps of: a) forming plug-in for rugs, the plug comprises an adhesive area and a non-adhesive area; and b) forming a small portion projecting from a portion of the non-adhesive area of ​​the widget manipulation of small the first portion of the projecting portion thicker than the second portion of the small projecting portion, and therefore, the small projection when the first portion is disposed so as to substantially align with the second tabs on the second tabs, the first small projection a second portion separated from the second portion of the second projecting portion small.
  20. 20.如权利要求19所述的方法,其特征在于,小突出部的第一较厚部分由小突出部材料和附加到该小突出部材料上的分离材料形成。 20. The method according to claim 19, characterized in that the thicker portion of the first projecting portion from the small tabs attached to the separator material and the material of the small projections formed on the portion of the material.
  21. 21.一种插件,它构造成容纳在小地毯的凹入部内,插件的表面包括粘性区域和非粘性区域,非粘性区域的一部分形成用于操纵插件的小突出部,小突出部具有突伸到小突出部的外边缘外的伸展部。 21. A card, which is configured to be accommodated within the concave portion, rugs, surface of the insert includes a portion of the sticky region and non-adhesive area, a small non-adhesive area is formed protruding portion for operating the plug, having protruding tabs the outer edge of the outer portion of the projecting portion of the stretch.
  22. 22.如权利要求21所述的插件,其特征在于,伸展部布置成,使得当第一小突出部布置在第二小突出部上以便基本上与第二小突出部对齐时,相应的小突出部的伸展部相互偏置。 22. The insert as claimed in claim 21, wherein the extension portion is arranged such that when the first small projection is disposed on the second small projection to substantially aligned with the second small projection, correspondingly small protruding portion extending offset from one another.
  23. 23.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成用于从相应的非粘性区域的一部分操纵第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一和第二小突出部由相同材料并具有基本上相同厚度的材料形成;和c)以第一程度和持续时间对第一小突出部加热,并以与第一程度和持续时间不同的第二程度和持续时间对第二小突出部加热。 23. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) are formed from a material for the first and second actuating the first and second insert tabs corresponding to a portion of the non-adhesive area, the first and second tabs of the same material and having substantially the same thickness form; and c) a first pair of first degree and duration of the heating tabs, and in the first degree and duration of a second different extent and duration of the heating of the second small projection.
  24. 24.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成用于从相应的非粘性区域的一部分操纵第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一和第二小突出部由相同材料形成,第一小突出部具有第一厚度,第二小突出部具有与第一厚度不同的第二厚度;和c)以相同程度和持续时间对第一和第二小突出部加热。 24. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) forming respectively first and second actuating tabs from the first and second insert portion of the respective non-adhesive region, the first and second small protrusions are formed of the same material, the first portion having a small protrusion the first thickness, the second projecting portion has a second thickness less the first thickness different; and c) to the same extent and duration of the heating of the first and second tabs.
  25. 25.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成用于从相应的非粘性区域的一部分操纵第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一和第二小突出部由相同材料形成,第一小突出部具有第一薄膜分子定向,第二小突出部具有与第一薄膜分子定向不同的第二薄膜分子定向;和c)以相同程度和持续时间对第一和第二小突出部加热。 25. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) forming respectively first and second actuating tabs from the first and second insert portion of the respective non-adhesive region, the first and second small protrusions are formed of the same material, the first portion having a small protrusion a first molecular orientation film, the second projecting portion has a first small molecule orientation film different from second molecular orientation film; and c) to the same extent and duration of the heating of the first and second tabs.
  26. 26.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一小突出部由第一材料形成,第二小突出部由与第一材料不同的第二材料形成;和c)以相同程度和持续时间对第一和第二小突出部加热。 26. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) forming first and second tabs of the first and second insert, the first small projection is formed from a first material, the second small projection is formed from a second material different from the first material; and c ) heating the first and second tabs to the same extent and duration.
  27. 27.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一和第二小突出部由不同材料但具有基本上相同厚度的材料形成;和c)以第一程度和持续时间对第一小突出部加热,并以与第一程度和持续时间不同的第二程度和持续时间对第二小突出部加热。 27. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) forming first and second tabs of the first and second insert, the first and second tabs of different materials, but a material having substantially the same thickness is formed; and c) a first degree and duration time of first small projection heated, and in the first degree and duration of a second different extent and duration of the heating of the second small projection.
  28. 28.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成用于从相应的非粘性区域的一部分操纵第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一和第二小突出部由相同材料形成,第一小突出部具有第一厚度,第二小突出部具有与第一厚度不同的第二厚度;和c)以第一程度和持续时间对第一小突出部加热,并以与第一程度和持续时间不同的第二程度和持续时间对第二小突出部加热。 28. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) forming respectively first and second actuating tabs from the first and second insert portion of the respective non-adhesive region, the first and second small protrusions are formed of the same material, the first portion having a small protrusion the first thickness, the second projecting portion has a second thickness less the first thickness different; and c) the extent and duration of the heating of the first pair of first tabs, and in the degree and duration of the first section different extent and duration of the heating two second tabs.
  29. 29.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成用于从相应的非粘性区域的一部分操纵第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一和第二小突出部由相同材料形成,第一小突出部具有第一薄膜分子定向,第二小突出部具有与第一薄膜分子定向不同的第二薄膜分子定向;和c)以第一程度和持续时间对第一小突出部加热,并在与第一程度和持续时间不同的第二程度和持续时间对第二小突出部加热。 29. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) forming respectively first and second actuating tabs from the first and second insert portion of the respective non-adhesive region, the first and second small protrusions are formed of the same material, the first portion having a small protrusion a first molecular orientation film, the second projecting portion has a first small molecule orientation film different from second molecular orientation film; and c) a first degree and duration of the heating of the first small projection, and with a first degree and a second duration different extent and duration of the heating of the second small projection.
  30. 30.一种用于形成小地毯插件的可变尺寸的小突出部的方法,其步骤包括:a)形成小地毯的第一和第二插件,每个插件包括粘性区域和非粘性区域;和b)分别形成第一和第二插件的第一和第二小突出部,第一和第二小突出部由相同材料形成,第一小突出部具有第一厚度,第二小突出部具有与第一厚度不同的第二厚度;和c)以第一程度和持续时间对第一小突出部加热,并以与第一程度和持续时间不同的第二程度和持续时间对第二小突出部加热。 30. The method of tabs for forming a variable size of the insert, rugs, comprising the steps of: a) forming first and second inserts rugs, each insert comprising a viscous region and a non-adhesive area; and b) first and second tabs of the first and second insert are formed, the first and second tabs formed of the same material, the first small projection has a first thickness, a second portion having a small protrusion second thickness different from the first thickness; and c) a first pair of first degree and duration of the heating tabs, and in the first degree and duration of a second different extent and duration of the second small projection heating.
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