CN211481742U - Substrate assembly device - Google Patents

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CN211481742U
CN211481742U CN201922094794.3U CN201922094794U CN211481742U CN 211481742 U CN211481742 U CN 211481742U CN 201922094794 U CN201922094794 U CN 201922094794U CN 211481742 U CN211481742 U CN 211481742U
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The utility model discloses a base plate composite set contains the bottom plate, holds and puts module, backstop component, first base plate and second base plate. The bearing module is detachably arranged on the bottom plate and comprises a bearing seat and a pivoting element, and the pivoting element is provided with an abutting part. The stop element is arranged on the bottom plate and corresponds to the abutting part. The first substrate group is connected with the bearing seat and is provided with a first connector, and the second substrate group is connected with the bottom plate and is provided with a second connector corresponding to the first connector. The pivoting element rotates along a first direction relative to the bearing seat, and the abutting part abuts against the stopping element to generate a first reaction force so that the first connector is connected with the second connector.

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Substrate assembly device
Technical Field
The present invention relates to a substrate assembly, and more particularly to a substrate assembly that prevents workers from directly contacting substrates when the workers combine and separate two substrates.
Background
At present, a substrate system of an electronic product is mostly constructed by an upper substrate and a lower substrate, and is combined with each other through corresponding connectors on the two substrates to achieve data transmission or power transmission between the substrates.
In the conventional substrate assembly design, when two substrates are assembled, in order to combine the connectors on the two substrates, the substrates need to be manually pressed to complete the combination action, which not only easily causes deformation of the substrates or damages the connectors and other electronic components on the substrates due to uneven application of force, but also may cause injury to hands of workers due to direct contact with the electronic components, and the process of assembling and disassembling the substrates is time-consuming and labor-consuming. In addition, in order to fix the substrate stably, the conventional substrate assembly needs to lock a plurality of screws to increase the stability, which increases the inconvenience of workers in mounting and dismounting. In addition, the conventional substrate assembly requires additional auxiliary tools (such as a screwdriver) during the assembly and disassembly processes, which makes the assembly and disassembly processes inconvenient.
Therefore, how to develop a substrate assembly device that can improve the above-mentioned conventional techniques is a urgent need.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
The utility model aims at providing a base plate composite set, it sets up two base plates respectively on holding and puts module and bottom plate, holds the pivot component atress of putting the module and supports the backstop component of propping up on the bottom plate, borrows this to produce first reaction force to utilize first reaction force to make the connector intercombination on two base plates. In the process of bonding the substrates, no operator can directly contact the substrates, and no additional auxiliary tool is needed in the process. Therefore, the utility model discloses a base plate composite set can make the installer easily the application of force, avoids causing personnel injured or product damage because of the application of force is improper when artifical dismouting to can save the dismouting time.
Another object of the present invention is to provide a substrate assembly apparatus, wherein the pivoting member of the supporting module is forced to abut against the bottom plate, thereby generating a second reaction force, and the connectors on the two substrates are separated from each other by the second reaction force. In the separation process between the substrates, the operator does not directly contact the substrates, and no additional auxiliary tool is needed in the process. Therefore, the utility model discloses a base plate composite set can make the installer easily the application of force, avoids causing personnel injured or product damage because of the application of force is improper when artifical dismouting to can save the dismouting time.
According to the present invention, the present invention provides a substrate assembly device, which comprises a bottom plate, a holding module, a stop element, a first substrate and a second substrate. The bearing module is detachably arranged on the bottom plate and comprises a bearing seat and a pivoting element, wherein the pivoting element is provided with an abutting part. The stop element is arranged on the bottom plate and corresponds to the abutting part. The first substrate is assembled on the bearing seat and provided with a first connector, the second substrate is assembled on the bottom plate and provided with a second connector, and the second connector corresponds to the first connector. The pivoting element rotates along a first direction relative to the bearing seat, the abutting part abuts against the stopping element to generate a first reaction force, and the first connector is connected with the second connector under the action of the first reaction force.
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Fig. 1 is a schematic perspective view of a substrate assembly apparatus according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a schematic perspective view of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1 when two substrates are assembled.
Fig. 3 is an exploded view of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1.
Fig. 4 is an exploded view of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1 from another viewing angle.
Fig. 5A to 5D are schematic side views illustrating a bonding and separating process of the first substrate and the second substrate according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 6 is an exploded view of the supporting module and the first substrate shown in fig. 1.
Fig. 7 is an exploded view of the supporting module and the first substrate of fig. 1 from another perspective.
Fig. 8 is a schematic perspective view of a stop element according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 9 is a schematic perspective view of a stop element according to another preferred embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 10 is a schematic perspective view of the stopper element of fig. 9 applied to a substrate assembly apparatus.
Wherein, the reference numbers:
1. 1 a: substrate assembly device
2: base plate
20: first assembly
21: first stud
22: guide post
3: bearing module
30: bearing seat
301: second stud
31: pivoting element
310: butting part
314: lifting part
32: combined element
320: combined stud
321: combined screw
34: supporting frame
35: through hole
33: hole(s)
36: opening of the container
37: second assembly
4. 4 a: stop element
40. 40 a: stop part
41. 41 a: extension part
42. 42 a: fixing part
5: first substrate
50: first connector
51: guide hole
52: auxiliary frame
53: perforation
54: second setting hole
6: second substrate
60: second connector
61: the first setting hole
7: first screw
8: second screw
F1: a first direction
F2: second direction
Detailed Description
Some exemplary embodiments that embody the features and advantages of the present invention will be described in detail in the description of the later sections. It is to be understood that the invention is capable of modification in various respects, all without departing from the scope of the invention, and that the description and drawings are to be regarded as illustrative in nature, and not as restrictive.
Fig. 1 is a schematic perspective view of a substrate assembly apparatus according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, fig. 2 is a schematic perspective view of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1 when two substrates are assembled, fig. 3 is a schematic exploded view of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1, and fig. 4 is a schematic exploded view of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1 at another viewing angle. As shown in fig. 1 to 4, the substrate assembly apparatus 1 includes a base plate 2, a supporting module 3, a stopping element 4, a first substrate 5 and a second substrate 6. The bearing module 3 is detachably disposed on the bottom plate 2, and the bearing module 3 includes a bearing seat 30 and a pivoting element 31, wherein the pivoting element 31 has an abutting portion 310. The stop element 4 is disposed on the bottom plate 2 and corresponds to the abutting portion 310. The first substrate 5 is assembled with the bearing seat 30 and provided with a first connector 50, and the second substrate 6 is assembled with the bottom plate 2 and provided with a second connector 60, wherein the second connector 60 corresponds to the first connector 50.
Fig. 5A to 5D are schematic side views illustrating a bonding and separating process of the first substrate and the second substrate according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. Referring to fig. 3 to 5D, the following examples illustrate the bonding process of the first substrate 5 and the second substrate 6. During the coupling process, the pivoting elements 31 are all subjected to an external force to continuously rotate in the first direction F1, wherein the first direction F1 may be, for example, but not limited to, a clockwise direction. First, as shown in fig. 5A, the seat 30 is placed corresponding to the bottom plate 2, and the abutting portion 310 of the pivoting member 31 abuts against the bottom plate 2. Next, as shown in fig. 5B, the pivoting element 31 rotates along the first direction F1, and the contact surface of the abutting portion 310 and the bottom plate 2 is arc-shaped, so as to facilitate the pivoting element 31 to rotate when abutting against the bottom plate 2. When the pivoting member 31 is rotated to a specific angle, the abutting portion 310 is separated from the bottom plate 2. Then, as shown in fig. 5C, the abutting portion 310 is in contact with the stopper member 4. After the abutting portion 310 contacts the stopping element 4, the external force may cause the abutting portion 310 to abut against the stopping element 4 by rotating the pivoting element 31, and thereby generate a first reaction force, which is transmitted to the first substrate 5 on the seat 30, so as to combine the first connector 50 with the second connector 60 by the first reaction force. Finally, as shown in fig. 5D, the first connector 50 is combined with the second connector 60, so that the first substrate 5 and the second substrate 6 are connected to each other, and the pivoting member 31 stops rotating, i.e., the external force applied to the pivoting member 31 stops.
The following example illustrates the separation process of the first substrate 5 and the second substrate 6. During the separation process, the pivoting elements 31 are all continuously rotated in the second direction F2 by the external force, and the second direction F2 is opposite to the first direction F1, wherein the second direction F2 is, for example, but not limited to, a counterclockwise direction. First, as shown in fig. 5D, the first substrate 5 and the second substrate 6 are connected to each other, and the abutting portion 310 of the pivot element 31 abuts against the stopping element 4. Next, as shown in fig. 5C, the pivoting member 31 is rotated in the second direction F2. When the pivoting member 31 rotates to a specific angle, the abutting portion 310 is separated from the stopper member 4. Then, as shown in fig. 5B, the abutting portion 310 is in contact with the bottom plate 2. After the abutting portion 310 contacts the bottom plate 2, the external force may cause the abutting portion 310 to abut against the bottom plate 2 by rotating the pivoting member 31, and thereby generate a second reaction force, which is transmitted to the first substrate 5 on the bearing seat 30, so as to separate the first connector 50 from the second connector 60 by the second reaction force. Finally, as shown in fig. 5A, the first connector 50 is separated from the second connector 60, so that the first substrate 5 is separated from the second substrate 6, and the pivoting member 31 stops rotating, i.e. the external force applied to the pivoting member 31 stops.
Therefore, in the process of combining and separating the two substrates, the operator can not directly contact the substrates, and no additional auxiliary tool is needed in the process. Therefore, the utility model discloses a base plate composite set 1 can make the installer easily the application of force, avoids causing personnel injured or product damage because of the application of force is improper when artifical dismouting to can save the dismouting time.
Please refer to fig. 3 and fig. 4 again. In some embodiments, the base plate 2 has a plurality of first assemblies 20, the first substrate 5 has a plurality of through holes 53, and the substrate assembly apparatus 1 further comprises a plurality of second assemblies 37, wherein the plurality of second assemblies 37 are disposed on the pivoting member 31. When the first connector 50 is connected with the second connector 60, the second assembly 37 is assembled to the corresponding first assembly 20 through the corresponding through hole 53. The first assembly 20 and the second assembly 37 can be, but not limited to, a screw and a stud, respectively, and the first assembly 20 and the second assembly 37 can also be, respectively, a stud and a screw, wherein the screw can be, for example, but not limited to, a hand screw. Thereby, the connection between the first connector 50 and the second connector 60 can be more stable through the assembly between the first assembly 20 and the second assembly 37.
In some embodiments, the pivot element 31 has a lifting portion 314, the lifting portion 314 is disposed at one end of the pivot element 31, and when the first connector 50 and the second connector 60 are connected or separated, a force is applied to the lifting portion 314 to drive the pivot element 31, so that the pivot element 31 rotates clockwise or counterclockwise. In some embodiments, the first substrate 5 has an auxiliary frame 52 thereon, and during the separation process of the first connector 50 and the second connector 60, the auxiliary frame 52 is used for providing a force application point, so that a worker can apply forces in opposite directions to the auxiliary frame 52 and the lifting portion 314, respectively, at the same time, thereby facilitating the operation of the worker.
In some embodiments, the substrate assembly apparatus 1 further has a plurality of first screws 7, the bottom plate 2 has a plurality of first studs 21, and the second substrate 6 has a plurality of first setting holes 61, wherein the first screws 7 are attached to the corresponding first studs 21 through the corresponding first setting holes 61. Thereby, the second substrate 6 is stably disposed on the base plate 2.
In some embodiments, the supporting module 3 further has a supporting frame 34 assembled to the supporting seat 30, and two ends of the supporting frame 34 are respectively connected to two opposite sides of the supporting seat 30 to increase the overall stability of the supporting module 3. Therefore, the deformation of the bearing seat 30 caused by uneven stress can be avoided, and the service life of the substrate assembly device 1 is prolonged.
Fig. 6 is an exploded view of the supporting module and the first substrate of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1. Referring to fig. 4 and fig. 6, in some embodiments, the bottom plate 2 has a plurality of guiding pillars 22, the first substrate 5 has a plurality of guiding holes 51, and the supporting seat 30 has a plurality of through holes 35 corresponding to the guiding holes 51. The guiding posts 22 are inserted into the corresponding through holes 35 and the guiding holes 51, thereby limiting the relative positions of the bottom plate 2, the first substrate 5 and the supporting seat 30.
In some embodiments, the substrate assembly apparatus 1 further has a plurality of second screws 8, the seat 30 has a plurality of second studs 301, the first substrate 5 has a plurality of second setting holes 54, and the second screws 8 pass through the corresponding second setting holes 54 and are locked to the corresponding second studs 301. Thereby, the first substrate 5 is stably disposed on the seating base 30.
In some embodiments, the supporting module 3 further has a combination element 32, the combination element 32 includes a combination stud 320 and a combination screw 321, the pivot element 31 has a hole 33, the combination stud 320 is disposed on the supporting base 30 and partially passes through the hole 33 to be connected with the combination screw 321, so as to limit the relative position between the pivot element 31 and the supporting base 30. The position of the combination element 32 corresponds to the positions of the first connector 50 and the second connector 60, so that a majority of the first reaction force can be used to combine the first connector 50 with the second connector 60, or a majority of the second reaction force can be used to separate the first connector 50 from the second connector 60.
In some embodiments, the diameter of the portion of the combination element 32 passing through the hole 33 is smaller than the diameter of the hole 33, and the diameter of the portion of the combination element 32 on the opposite sides of the hole 33 is larger than the diameter of the hole 33. Therefore, when the pivoting member 31 rotates relative to the seat 30 and the bottom plate 2, the combination member 32 can move in the hole 33, but the moving range is limited by the shape of the hole. In other words, the seat 30 can move relative to the pivot element 31, but the range of movement is limited by the shape of the hole 33. For example, as shown in fig. 5B and 5C, the hole 33 can limit the moving range of the pivoting member 31, thereby preventing the abutting portion 310 of the pivoting member 31 from passing through the stopping member 4 and being unable to abut against the stopping member.
Fig. 7 is an exploded view of the supporting module and the first substrate of the substrate assembly apparatus of fig. 1 from another view angle. In some embodiments, the seat 30 includes an opening 36, the opening 36 is disposed corresponding to the first connector 50 on the first substrate 5, and the first connector 50 and the second connector 60 are assembled with each other through the opening 36.
Fig. 8 is a schematic perspective view of a stop element according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. Referring to fig. 2 and 8, in some embodiments, the stopping element 4 includes a stopping portion 40, two extending portions 41 and two fixing portions 42. The stopping portion 40 is used for the abutting portion 310 to abut against. The extending portion 41 is connected between the stopping portion 40 and the fixing portion 42, and the fixing portion 42 is fixed to the base plate 2. The two extending portions 41 are symmetrically arranged with respect to the stopping portion 40, and a gap is formed between the two extending portions 41, the stopping portion 40 and the bottom plate 2, and the gap is used for accommodating the abutting portion 310. In other embodiments, the stopping element 4 only includes a stopping portion 40, an extending portion 41 and a fixing portion 42 connected to each other, the extending portion 41 is connected between the stopping portion 40 and the fixing portion 42, and the fixing portion 42 is fixed to the bottom plate 2.
Of course, the actual mode of the stopping element is not limited thereto, and only a structure that the abutting portion abuts to generate the first reaction force is required. For example, as shown in fig. 9, fig. 9 is a schematic perspective view of a stop element according to another preferred embodiment of the present invention, and fig. 10 is a schematic perspective view of the stop element of fig. 9 applied to a substrate assembly apparatus. Referring to fig. 9 and 10, in some embodiments, the stopping element 4a of the substrate assembly apparatus 1a includes a stopping portion 40a, an extending portion 41a and a fixing portion 42a, the extending portion 41a is connected between the stopping portion 40a and the fixing portion 42a, and the fixing portion 42a is fixedly connected to the bottom plate 2. The stopping portion 40a is used for the abutting portion 310 of the pivoting member 31 to abut against. The extension 41a serves to stop the pivoting member 31 so that the hole 33 can be extended away from the stop member 4a without restriction.
To sum up, the utility model provides a substrate composite set, it sets up two base plates respectively on holding and puts module and bottom plate, holds the pivot component atress of putting the module and supports the backstop component of propping up on the bottom plate, borrows this to produce first reaction force to utilize first reaction force to make the connector intercombination on two base plates. In addition, the pivoting element of the bearing module is stressed to be abutted against the bottom plate, so that second reaction force is generated, and the connectors on the two substrates are separated from each other by the second reaction force. In the process of bonding and separating the substrates, workers do not directly contact the substrates, and no additional auxiliary tool is needed in the process. Therefore, the utility model discloses a base plate composite set can make the installer easily the application of force, avoids causing personnel injured or product damage because of the application of force is improper when artifical dismouting to can save the dismouting time.
It should be noted that the above-mentioned preferred embodiments are only provided for illustrating the present invention, and the present invention is not limited to the above-mentioned embodiments, and the scope of the present invention is determined by the scope of the appended claims. The present invention can be modified by those skilled in the art without departing from the scope of the appended claims.

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1. A substrate assembly, comprising:
a base plate;
the bearing module is detachably arranged on the bottom plate and comprises a bearing seat and a pivoting element, wherein the pivoting element is provided with a butting part;
a stop element arranged on the bottom plate and corresponding to the abutting part;
a first substrate assembled to the support base and having a first connector; and
a second substrate assembled on the bottom plate and having a second connector corresponding to the first connector,
the pivot element rotates along a first direction relative to the bearing seat, the abutting part abuts against the stopping element to generate a first reaction force, and the first connector is connected with the second connector under the action of the first reaction force.
2. The apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein the pivot element rotates in a second direction relative to the supporting seat, the abutting portion abuts against the bottom plate to generate a second reaction force, and the first connector is separated from the second connector by the second reaction force.
3. The apparatus as claimed in claim 2, wherein the first substrate has an auxiliary frame thereon, the auxiliary frame serving as a force application point when rotating in the first direction or the second direction.
4. The substrate assembly of claim 2, wherein the pivot element has a lifting portion, and the lifting portion is acted on by an external force to rotate the pivot element along the first direction or the second direction.
5. The apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein the base plate has a plurality of guiding posts, the first substrate has a plurality of guiding holes, the supporting base has a plurality of through holes corresponding to the guiding holes, and the guiding posts are disposed through the corresponding through holes and the guiding holes.
6. The apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein the base plate has a plurality of first assemblies, the first base plate has a plurality of through holes, and the pivoting member further comprises a plurality of second assemblies, wherein the second assemblies pass through the corresponding through holes and are locked to the corresponding first assemblies.
7. The substrate assembly of claim 6, wherein the first assembly and the second assembly are a hand screw.
8. The substrate assembly of claim 1, further comprising a plurality of first screws, wherein the bottom plate comprises a plurality of first studs, the second substrate comprises a plurality of first mounting holes, and the first screws are inserted through the corresponding first mounting holes and are locked to the corresponding first studs.
9. The substrate assembly of claim 1, further comprising a plurality of second screws, wherein the mounting base comprises a plurality of second studs, the first substrate comprises a plurality of second mounting holes, and the second screws are inserted through the corresponding second mounting holes and are locked to the corresponding second studs.
10. The substrate assembly of claim 1, wherein the mounting base comprises an opening corresponding to the first connector of the first substrate, and the first connector and the second connector are assembled together through the opening.
11. The apparatus as claimed in claim 1, wherein the supporting module further comprises a combination component, the combination component comprises a combination stud and a combination screw, the pivot component has a hole, the combination stud is disposed on the supporting base and partially passes through the hole to be combined with the combination screw, so as to limit the relative position between the pivot component and the supporting base.
12. The substrate assembly of claim 11, wherein the diameter of the portion of the combination element passing through the hole is smaller than the diameter of the hole, and the diameter of the portion of the combination element on the opposite sides of the hole is larger than the diameter of the hole.
13. The substrate assembly of claim 1, wherein the supporting module further comprises a supporting frame, two ends of the supporting frame are respectively connected to two opposite ends of the supporting base.
14. The substrate assembly of claim 1, wherein the stopping element comprises a stopping portion, at least one extending portion and at least one fixing portion, the extending portion is connected between the stopping portion and the fixing portion, the fixing portion is fixed to the bottom plate, and the stopping portion provides the stopping portion for the abutting portion to abut against the stopping portion when the pivoting element rotates in the first direction to generate the first reaction force.
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