DE102012000321B4 - Eyeglass frames - Google Patents

Eyeglass frames

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DE102012000321B4
DE102012000321B4 DE201210000321 DE102012000321A DE102012000321B4 DE 102012000321 B4 DE102012000321 B4 DE 102012000321B4 DE 201210000321 DE201210000321 DE 201210000321 DE 102012000321 A DE102012000321 A DE 102012000321A DE 102012000321 B4 DE102012000321 B4 DE 102012000321B4
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spectacle frame
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Thomas Bochmann
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IC BERLIN BRILLENPRODUKTIONS GmbH
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    • GPHYSICS
    • G02OPTICS
    • G02CSPECTACLES; SUNGLASSES OR GOGGLES INSOFAR AS THEY HAVE THE SAME FEATURES AS SPECTACLES; CONTACT LENSES
    • G02C5/00Constructions of non-optical parts
    • G02C5/14Side-members
    • G02C5/20Side-members adjustable, e.g. telescopic
    • GPHYSICS
    • G02OPTICS
    • G02CSPECTACLES; SUNGLASSES OR GOGGLES INSOFAR AS THEY HAVE THE SAME FEATURES AS SPECTACLES; CONTACT LENSES
    • G02C5/00Constructions of non-optical parts
    • G02C5/22Hinges
    • G02C5/2272Hinges without well-defined pivot axis
    • GPHYSICS
    • G02OPTICS
    • G02CSPECTACLES; SUNGLASSES OR GOGGLES INSOFAR AS THEY HAVE THE SAME FEATURES AS SPECTACLES; CONTACT LENSES
    • G02C1/00Assemblies of lenses with bridges or browbars
    • G02C1/06Bridge or browbar secured to or integral with closed rigid rims for the lenses
    • G02C1/08Bridge or browbar secured to or integral with closed rigid rims for the lenses the rims being tranversely split and provided with securing means
    • GPHYSICS
    • G02OPTICS
    • G02CSPECTACLES; SUNGLASSES OR GOGGLES INSOFAR AS THEY HAVE THE SAME FEATURES AS SPECTACLES; CONTACT LENSES
    • G02C2200/00Generic mechanical aspects applicable to one or more of the groups G02C1/00 - G02C5/00 and G02C9/00 - G02C13/00 and their subgroups
    • G02C2200/12Frame or frame portions made from sheet type material

Abstract

Spectacle frame with a frame (1) for holding glasses, each with a left and right on the frame (1) arranged connecting element (2) for articulated mounting of a bracket (3), wherein the connecting element (2) to form a perpendicular to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element (2) arranged joint axis (XA) has two vertically superimposed recesses (10), in each of which a free end (8 ', 9') of the bracket (3) engages with formation of a joint with such a game that each a free end (8 ', 9') of the bracket (3) is in each case movable through a recess (10), and with a sleeve (11) which can be pushed onto the connection element (2) and two recesses (13 ) in which in the assembled state of the spectacle frame in each case a free end (8 ', 9') of the bracket (3) engages with such a game, that in each case a free end (8 ', 9') of the bracket through the recesses ( 13) through is movable, characterized in that the recesses (13) of the sleeve (11) define an axis (XM) which is inclined relative to the hinge axis (XA), whereby in the pushed state of the sleeve (11), the inclination (α) of the bracket (3) is fixable in comparison to the longitudinal extension of the connecting element (2).

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  • The present invention relates to a spectacle frame with a frame for holding glasses and each having a left and right arranged on the frame connection element for fixing a bracket. Furthermore, the invention relates to an attachment which can cooperate with the connection element.
  • Eyeglass frames have to offer adjustment to adapt to different anatomies of the wearer to allow a comfortable, pressure points preventing wearing comfort, because after all, the wearer should not realize consciously that he must wear a visual aid over a prolonged period permanently. So it is necessary, the spectacle frame on the one hand to the position and the shape of the nose on which rests the frame or the frame of the glasses, and on the other hand to the position and the relative height of the ears of the wearer, on which in turn the strap of the glasses rest, individually align.
  • The storage on the nose is usually accomplished via adjustable nose pads between the glasses. When leveling between the ears of the wearer example, straps that are made of horn or acetate or other plastic, often heated to a certain temperature and then bent into the desired shape to create a balance. Since the arrangement of the bracket at the joint of the connection element on the frame is more or less rigid, can be accomplished by a permanent bending, especially of the rear, free-running end of the bracket corresponding to a compensation of anatomically induced irregularities necessary curvature of the bracket, which then relative to the frame represents a corresponding deflection. For metal bars, bending is usually supported by the choice of material.
  • However, a bending of the ironing end is not arbitrarily far feasible, either because the material, for example horn, only allows a certain curvature before this is due to the brittle material properties at risk of breaking, or because only a balance of anatomical irregularities to to a certain extent due to the overall dimensions is possible.
  • In addition, a deflection relative to the frame can only be realized to a certain extent if only the frame-facing free end of the bracket, which rests on the ears of the wearer, can be curved.
  • Therefore, the closer a bend can be made to the frame, the easier it would be to balance, also relative to the position of the nose. However, this is the location and reliability of the usually rigid, d. H. against the frame and / or to the strap position-independent hinge mechanism.
  • In addition, there is the problem that very strongly curved stirrups attract attention, which is undesirable for aesthetic reasons, especially in a spectacle frame also used as a fashion item, as in sunglasses.
  • Especially with very delicate spectacles made of flat metal, such as these, for example, from the European patent EP 0 863 424 A1 are known, too much bending of the bracket counteracts the desired visual appearance of such a fashion product.
  • From the DE 10 2005 014 512 A1 is a spectacle frame with an adjustment known, which is created by the fact that between the bow-side end of the connection element of the frame and the frame-side end of the bracket, a resilient elastic element is incorporated. Similarly, are pivot-like mechanisms of the US 4,547,048 A , of the US 5,796,461 A or the DE 1 286 780 A known, with the aid of which the bracket relative to the frame can be deflected transversely to its longitudinal extent. Furthermore, from the EP 0076499 A2 a spectacle frame is known in which by means of an eyeglass temple provided on the attachment, which cooperates with a connection element of the frame, the inclination of the bracket relative to this frame can be defined, the attachment for this purpose has a rotatable locking mechanism.
  • Proceeding from this, it is an object of the present invention to provide a spectacle frame provided above all, but not exclusively for metal spectacles, as well as a corresponding attachment and a combination of both, which allow a simpler way of compensating anatomical irregularities and at the same time being inexpensive to manufacture and easy to use.
  • This object is achieved with a spectacle frame according to claim 1, with a cuff therefor according to claim 9 and with a combination of such a spectacle frame and such a collar in different embodiments according to claim 11.
  • Consequently, a spectacle frame is proposed which has a frame for holding glasses, each with a left and right arranged on the frame connection element for articulated arrangement or storage of a bracket. Of Furthermore, an attachment is provided, which cooperates with the connection element and is designed, shaped and dimensioned for this purpose so that the inclination of the bracket relative to the connection element and thus relative to the frame can be adjusted at a defined angle, the attachment as a clasp or clip-like sleeve is formed, which can be pushed onto the connecting element, with the bracket removed from the bracket side. According to the invention, the sleeve should be designed so that it defines the inclination of the bracket relative to the connecting element in a pushed onto the connecting element state.
  • In other words, only by pushing the cuff is finally defined in the fully assembled state of the spectacle frame, the inclination of the bracket relative to the connection element and thus with respect to the frame on which it is arranged. If necessary, such a predefined inclination can compensate for the relative position between the height of the nose bridge of the wearer serving as a support point for the frame of the spectacle frame and the height of its ears as bearing points for the brackets.
  • In one embodiment of the spectacle frame according to the invention, the collar has two substantially superimposed recesses or slots, which are in principle material interruptions of the sleeve body. In these recesses then engages in an assembled state of the spectacle frame each have a free end of the bracket with such a game that the free ends of the bracket are movable through the recesses without resistance when the bracket is pivoted. The free ends can be the ends of leaf springs, as will be explained below.
  • According to the invention in this embodiment, the recesses of the sleeve are then designed so that they set in the pushed onto the connecting element state of the inclination of the bracket relative to the connecting element. This is preferably accomplished in that the recesses are arranged one above the other so that they form a common axis. This axis, which then also corresponds to the pivot axis of the joint formed in this way, has a defined inclination relative to the connection element and thus relative to the frame, that is to say the axis of rotation. H. the inclination of the hinge axis is determined by the configuration of the sleeve and in particular of its recesses, which in turn then the inclination of the connected via this hinge axis on the connecting element bracket is adjusted relative to the frame.
  • In particular, the concept according to the invention is intended to be applied to a spectacle frame, such as this example from the EP 0 863 424 B1 is known.
  • In this spectacle frame, the connecting element moreover has two slot-like recesses lying vertically one above the other, in each of which a free end of the stirrup engages with such a play to form a joint that the free ends of the stirrups can also be moved through these recesses.
  • According to the invention, the recesses of the sleeve are designed such that they define in the pushed onto the connecting element state inclined to the recesses of the connecting element axis. D. h., By the sliding of the sleeve, the passage for the free ends of the bracket, starting from the dimensions of the recesses in the connection element, almost like a diaphragm, reduced, so that only the dimensions and shapes of the recesses in the Cuff set the maximum possible clearance for the passage of these free ends in the assembled state of the glasses frame.
  • For this purpose, the recesses have different geometric shapes and / or dimensions, whereby the inclination of the axis is defined.
  • Applied to a spectacle frame made of flat metal, as this among others from the EP 0 863 424 B1 it is known in which the socket-side end of the bracket is divided into three mutually parallel leaf springs, wherein with unfolded bow, a middle leaf spring rests with its free end on the face of the wearer facing away from the surface of the connecting element and the two outer leaf springs in the direction of their free ends initially abut against the face of the wearer facing surface of the connection element, this means that these free ends then pass both through the vertical recesses of the connection element as well as through the recesses of the collar and finally on the face facing away from the face of the wearer of the spectacle wearer Concerns come.
  • In an advantageous embodiment, the sleeve on Falzabschnitte, which surround the connection element following its recesses in the direction of the bracket such that the middle leaf spring is bordered with its free end with play.
  • According to the invention, the enclosure defined by the fold portions for the middle leaf spring with its free end inclines the longitudinal extent of the connecting element, which corresponds to the inclination of the axis defined by the recesses of the sleeve.
  • The cuff, which can serve a firm connection of an upper strut and a lower strut of the connecting element, whereby a replaceability of the glasses is made possible in such spectacle frames, can be present for the same spectacle frame in different variations.
  • D. h., According to the invention, a combination of a spectacle frame with a connecting element for an articulated mounting of a bracket and a slidable on the connecting element sleeve is proposed, which ensures the adaptation to different anatomies. The cuffs provided for this purpose each have different configurations, so that they can form a plurality of angles of inclination, with which the bracket is then connected to the connecting element in an articulated manner.
  • For the realizable inclination in this case, for example, angle ranges of preferably -15 ° to + 15 ° are provided, with a cuff being provided for each individual angle of inclination.
  • The invention is characterized by the advantage that the shape of the bracket itself does not have to be changed in order to perform an anatomical adaptation.
  • According to the invention, the geometric shapes of the recesses are selectable differently. However, these are preferably gaps or slots, which then have a defined inclination with respect to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element or of the sleeve. In particular, when using flat metal for producing the sleeve, which has a very small material thickness transversely to its planar extent, these recesses can be accomplished in a simple manner by a punching or cutting process. Also, the dimensions of the recesses depending on the desired inclination and the aesthetics are different selectable.
  • Further advantages and features of the present invention will become apparent from the embodiment illustrated with reference to the accompanying figures. Show
  • 1a schematically a spectacle frame according to the prior art;
  • 1b an enlarged section 1a ;
  • 2a a section of a spectacle frame according to the prior art with unfolded bracket;
  • 2 B a section of this spectacle frame with folded bracket;
  • 3 a detail of a connecting element of a spectacle frame according to the invention with the sleeve removed and demounted strap;
  • 4 fragmentary one side of a spectacle frame according to the invention with removed bracket and deferred cuff; and
  • 5 an enlarged view of the connection element 4 ,
  • In the figures, a spectacle frame is shown by way of example and only in partial views, the components of which are completely made of a flat metal, which has a very small material thickness transversely to its planar extent. Such a spectacle frame is for example from the EP 0 863 424 B1 known.
  • Like from the 1a , b, 2a and b can be seen, the eyeglass frame has a frame 1 with left and right one in one piece on the frame 1 arranged connection element 2 on, wherein on the connecting element 2 one hanger each 3 is hinged pivotally. The coat hanger 3 is formed substantially linear and extends in the longitudinal direction of the connecting element 2 , as the 1a shows.
  • The frame 1 and the connection element 2 are through a slot 4 split longitudinally, allowing for the connecting element 2 an upper strut 5 and a lower strut 6 form. With removed bracket 3 can the struts 5 . 6 be pulled apart in a simple manner, to lenses in the frame of the frame 1 insert or remove.
  • The coat hanger 3 has at its free end three parallel to each other extending leaf springs 7 . 8th and 9 on. The frame 1 with integrally formed thereon connection element 2 and the temple 3 with its leaf springs are each manufactured as stamped and bent parts.
  • The connection element 2 has vertical recesses 10 on, which form a hinge axis, by unfolded with ironing 3 the middle leaf spring 7 with her free end 7 ' on the face of the spectacle wearer facing away from the surface of the connecting element 2 rests while the two outer leaf springs 8th and 9 towards their free, curved ends 8th' and 9 ' first at the Face of the wearer facing surface of the connection element 2 then each through the vertical recesses 10 of the connection element 2 lead and finally on the face facing away from the face of the connecting element 2 come to the concern, like the 2a shows.
  • When swinging the strap 3 wander under spreading of the middle leaf spring 7 the free ends 8th' and 9 ' the outer leaf springs 8th . 9 with their curvatures through the recesses 10 of the connection element 2 , as the 2 B shows.
  • In this way, a screwless hinge joint with spring action is realized.
  • The orientation of the temple 3 in the longitudinal direction of the connecting element 2 results from the fact that the recesses 10 of the connection element 2 lie vertically one above the other and so perpendicular to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element 2 form arranged hinge axis X A of the hinge joint.
  • The upper and lower strut 5 respectively. 6 are fixed in position and thus the glasses in the frame 1 held by, before, the hanger 3 with its leaf springs 7 . 8th . 9 at the connection element 2 as previously described, attaches a clasp or clamp-type sleeve 11 about both struts 5 and 6 of the connection element 2 is pushed from the bracket side. This will make the glasses in the frame 2 captively tightened.
  • The cuff 11 is stamped from a flat metal and bent accordingly. It has frame-side a T-shaped free end 12 on, that on the carrier-facing surface of the connecting element 2 is present, as from the 4 to see. is. This free end 12 borders two recesses 13 to the rest of the sleeve body, which also on the carrier-facing surface of the connecting element 2 is applied. From this in turn are the top and bottom, the connecting element 2 encompassing each other at this point, two fold sections 14 provided on the surface facing away from the carrier of the connecting element 2 come to the concern and with enough play a groove-like enclosure 15 for the free end 7 ' the middle leaf spring 7 form. The fold sections 14 form in the longitudinal direction of the connecting element 2 or the temple 3 seen the grooves for the upper and lower edges of the flat connection element 2 in which they are led.
  • In the 3 is a partial connection element 2 shown according to the invention. The recesses 10 open conically to allow enough clearance for the passage of the leaf springs 8th and 9 to provide.
  • On this connection element 2 becomes according to the invention now a cuff 11 pushed, so that in the assembled state of the spectacle frame, the recesses 13 the cuff 11 essentially with the recesses 10 of the connection element 2 come to cover, so a common passage for the free ends 8th' and 9 ' the outer leaf springs 8th and 9 to create, as in the 4 is shown. The recesses 10 of the connection element 2 Make up for a condition of the glasses frame without inclined strap 3 the hinge axis X A for the hinge joint, as is the 2a and 2 B demonstrate.
  • 5 schematically shows an enlargement of the connection element 2 with cuff pulled up 11 , In this view, to simplify the slot 4 not shown.
  • As you can see, the recesses are 13 the cuff 11 with fully pushed cuff 11 ie in the final mounting position of the cuff 11 , relative to the recesses 10 of the connection element 2 arranged so that they pass through this defined for the free ends 8th' and 9 ' the leaf springs 8th and 9 restrict or narrow.
  • According to the invention, the recesses define 13 doing such a reduction of the common passage that the original of the recesses 10 of the connection element 2 fixed hinge axis X A for the hinge joint is inclined by an angle α, since the actually available axis for the hinge joint by the angle α inclined by this axis X M of the recesses 13 the cuff 11 certainly.
  • In other words, the free ends 8th' and 9 ' the outer leaf springs 8th and 9 be through the recesses 13 the cuff 11 offset to each other in the vertical direction, causing the entire bracket 3 , which is preferably designed linear, relative to the longitudinal extension of the connecting element 2 and relative to the frame 2 exactly at this angle α is inclined.
  • Support undergoes this tendency additionally by the fact that the cuff of the invention 11 above and below differently configured folded sections 14 arranged and dimensioned so that the enclosure defined by this 15 for the free end 7 ' the middle leaf spring 7 of the temple 3 lying on an axis Y E , which corresponds to that of the longitudinal extension of the connecting element 2 corresponding axis Y A is inclined, and also by the inclination angle α.
  • The invention provides several cuffs 11 for a spectacle frame available. These are designed differently, so that they each provide a corresponding angle α. By fitting the appropriate cuff 11 With a desired inclination angle α, the spectacle frame can be adapted to the wearer so individually. If necessary, cuffs 11 with different design to compensate for the anatomical constraints on both sides of the frame 2 needed.

Claims (11)

  1. Spectacle frame with a frame ( 1 ) for holding glasses, each with a left and right on the frame ( 1 ) arranged connecting element ( 2 ) for the articulated mounting of a bracket ( 3 ), wherein the connecting element ( 2 ) forming a perpendicular to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element ( 2 ) arranged joint axis (X A ) two vertically superimposed recesses ( 10 ), in each of which a free end ( 8th' . 9 ' ) of the bracket ( 3 ) engages with the formation of a joint with such a game, that in each case a free end ( 8th' . 9 ' ) of the bracket ( 3 ) each through a recess ( 10 ) is movable through, and with a cuff ( 11 ), which on the connecting element ( 2 ) is pushed and two superimposed recesses ( 13 ), in which in the assembled state of the spectacle frame in each case a free end ( 8th' . 9 ' ) of the bracket ( 3 ) engages with such a game, that in each case a free end ( 8th' . 9 ' ) of the bracket through the recesses ( 13 ) is movable through, characterized in that the recesses ( 13 ) of the cuff ( 11 ) define an axis (X M ), which is inclined relative to the hinge axis (X A ), whereby in the deferred state of the sleeve ( 11 ) the inclination (α) of the bracket ( 3 ) compared to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element ( 2 ) is determinable.
  2. Spectacle frame according to claim 1, wherein the recesses ( 13 ) for the determination of the inclination (α) of the axis (X M ) have different geometric shapes and / or dimensions.
  3. A spectacle frame according to claim 1 or 2, in which the socket-side end of the bracket ( 3 ) in three mutually parallel leaf springs ( 7 . 8th . 9 ) is divided, with folded ( 3 ) a middle leaf spring ( 7 ) with its free end ( 7 ' ) on the face of the spectacle wearer facing away from the surface of the connecting element ( 2 ) and the two outer leaf springs ( 8th . 9 ) in the direction of their free ends ( 8th' . 9 ' ) first on the face of the spectacle wearer facing surface of the connecting element ( 2 ), then in each case by the vertical recesses ( 10 ) of the connection element ( 2 ) as well as through the recesses ( 13 ) of the cuff ( 11 ) and finally on the face of the wearer facing away from the surface of the connecting element ( 2 ) come to the concern.
  4. Spectacle frame according to claim 3, in which the collar ( 11 ) the connecting element ( 2 ) following the recesses ( 10 ) of the connection element ( 2 ) towards the bracket ( 3 ) by fold sections ( 14 ) which surrounds an enclosure ( 15 ) for the free end ( 7 ' ) of the middle leaf spring ( 7 ) form.
  5. Spectacle frame according to claim 4, in which the skirt ( 15 ) an inclination (α) to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element ( 2 ), the inclination (α) of the through the recesses ( 13 ) of the cuff ( 11 ) (X M ).
  6. Spectacle frame according to one of the preceding claims, in which the connecting element ( 2 ) integral with the frame ( 1 ) and through a slot ( 4 ) in an upper strut ( 5 ) and a lower strut ( 6 divided by the cuff ( 11 ) are held together.
  7. Spectacle frame according to one of the preceding claims, in which the frame ( 1 ), the connecting element ( 3 ), the stirrups ( 3 ) and the cuff ( 11 ) are made of flat metal, which has a very small material thickness transversely to its planar extent.
  8. Spectacle frame according to one of the preceding claims, wherein the inclination (α) is between -15 ° to + 15 °.
  9. Cuff ( 11 ) for sliding onto a connecting element ( 2 ) of a frame ( 1 ) of a spectacle frame, on which a bracket ( 3 ) is articulated, the cuff ( 11 ) two superimposed recesses ( 13 ) in which in an assembled state of the spectacle frame in each case a free end ( 8th' . 9 ' ) of a bracket ( 3 ) is engageable with such a game that the free ends ( 8th' . 9 ' ) the coat hanger ( 3 ) through the recesses ( 13 ) are movable through, wherein the recesses ( 13 ) of the cuff ( 11 ) are designed so that this in on the connection element ( 2 ) deferred state an axis (X M ) set to one to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element ( 2 ) existing vertical (X A ) is inclined.
  10. Cuff according to Claim 9, in which, following the recesses ( 13 ) towards the bracket ( 3 ) Fold sections ( 14 ), which have an enclosure ( 15 ) for a free end ( 7 ' ) of the bracket ( 3 ), whereby the enclosure ( 15 ) to the longitudinal extent of the connecting element ( 2 ) is inclined.
  11. Combination of a spectacle frame with a connecting element ( 2 ) for articulated storage a strap ( 3 ) and out on the connecting element ( 2 ) push-on cuffs ( 11 ) according to one of claims 9 or 10, characterized by a plurality of sleeves ( 11 ), each having a different inclination (α) of the recesses ( 13 ) and / or the enclosure ( 15 ) exhibit.
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US4547048A (en) * 1981-04-17 1985-10-15 Tohru Negishi Spectacle frame for multifocal lenses
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