DE102012023066A1 - Film-decorated plastic mold i.e. in-mold decoration mold for motor car, has first decorated portion adjoined with second decorative portion and decorative areas that are separated by partition groove in plastic material of molded portion - Google Patents

Film-decorated plastic mold i.e. in-mold decoration mold for motor car, has first decorated portion adjoined with second decorative portion and decorative areas that are separated by partition groove in plastic material of molded portion Download PDF

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DE102012023066A1
DE102012023066A1 DE201210023066 DE102012023066A DE102012023066A1 DE 102012023066 A1 DE102012023066 A1 DE 102012023066A1 DE 201210023066 DE201210023066 DE 201210023066 DE 102012023066 A DE102012023066 A DE 102012023066A DE 102012023066 A1 DE102012023066 A1 DE 102012023066A1
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Neele Hinrichs
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B29WORKING OF PLASTICS; WORKING OF SUBSTANCES IN A PLASTIC STATE IN GENERAL
    • B29CSHAPING OR JOINING OF PLASTICS; SHAPING OF MATERIAL IN A PLASTIC STATE, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; AFTER-TREATMENT OF THE SHAPED PRODUCTS, e.g. REPAIRING
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B29WORKING OF PLASTICS; WORKING OF SUBSTANCES IN A PLASTIC STATE IN GENERAL
    • B29CSHAPING OR JOINING OF PLASTICS; SHAPING OF MATERIAL IN A PLASTIC STATE, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; AFTER-TREATMENT OF THE SHAPED PRODUCTS, e.g. REPAIRING
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    • B29C45/14Injection moulding, i.e. forcing the required volume of moulding material through a nozzle into a closed mould; Apparatus therefor incorporating preformed parts or layers, e.g. injection moulding around inserts or for coating articles
    • B29C45/14688Coating articles provided with a decoration
    • B29C2045/14713Coating articles provided with a decoration decorations in contact with injected material

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The invention relates to a foil-decorated plastic molded part, in particular an IMD molded part, with a plastic carrier (1) on which a lacquer layer (7) located on a carrier film (27) can be applied to the plastic carrier (1) to form a first decorative area (3) and then the carrier film (27) can be removed from the lacquer layer (7). According to the invention, the molded part has a second decorative region (5) adjacent to the first decorative region (3), the decorative regions (3, 5) being separated from one another by a separating groove (9) in the plastic material of the molded part.

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  • The invention relates to a foil-decorated plastic molding, in particular IMD molding, according to the preamble of claim 1 and a method for producing such a foil-decorated plastic molding according to claim 10.
  • Such a foil-decorated plastic molded part can be installed as an example in the vehicle interior as a decorative trim. In general, such a trim panel is made as a plastic injection molded part, which is provided with a decorative lacquer layer. The application of the lacquer layer can be done by IMD (In-Mold-Decoration). In an IMD process, the lacquer layer is first applied to a carrier foil. The carrier film provided with the lacquer layer is placed in an open mold chamber of an injection molding tool before the injection molding process is carried out. In particular, the carrier film, together with the paint layer applied thereon, can also pass through the molding chamber as an endless web. After closing the mold chamber, the carrier film is back-injected with plastic material, whereby they z. B. is pressed due to the pressure exerted by the plastic melt injection pressure against a, the mold chamber limiting tool surface. Alternatively or additionally, the carrier film can also be pressed by applying negative pressure against the tool surface. The lacquer layer is applied to the, the plastic material facing side of the carrier film. During the injection molding process, the paint layer combines with the cooling plastic material. In the subsequent demolding of the injection mold, the carrier film is removed from the now applied to the plastic material paint layer.
  • In the case of the IMD process outlined above, the decoration of the injection-molded part also takes place at the same time. In contrast, the so-called IML process (in-mold labeling) is known, which, however, has several process steps and is thus correspondingly more costly and time-consuming. In the case of the IML process, carrier film initially provided with the lacquer layer is injected behind with plastic material in a first injection molding process in order to impress the contouring of the decorative cover to be produced in the carrier film. Subsequently, punching and cutting operations are carried out. In a further injection molding process, the pre-embossed carrier film is then back-injected with plastic material to form the decorative cover.
  • The IMD method described above is exemplified by the DE 10 2007 007 409 A1 or from the DE 10 2009 043 581 A1 known. As a result, the plastic part to be produced has only one decorative layer throughout. With two successive decorative layers in the IMD molding, the creation of a visually perfect decoration transition is particularly problematic. To make a visually perfect decoration transition here, a step-like transition with height offset can be provided by way of example. It is also known to place the decorative transition in a visible area.
  • From the DE 10 2009 036 678 A1 an interior trim part for a motor vehicle is known, which has a decorative film on its outer skin. The decorative foil is bounded by means of a joint embossed in the outer skin. In contrast to the invention that is from the DE 10 2009 036 678 A1 known interior trim part no foil-decorated plastic molding, but this has the foam backed with a foam skin and a plastic carrier.
  • The object of the invention is to provide a foil-decorated plastic molded part, in particular an IMD molded part, and a method for producing such a molded part, the decorative surface can be designed optically flawless in a simple manner.
  • The object is solved by the features of claim 1 or claim 10. Preferred embodiments of the invention are disclosed in the subclaims.
  • The invention is based on the fact that in the case of an IMD molded part, the tear-off edge of the lacquer layer may possibly have a non-shapely edge course, as a result of which a shapely decoration transition is impaired. Against this background, in the above generic state of the art, the production of an IMD molded part with different decor areas is dispensed with. In contrast, according to the characterizing part of claim 1, the IMD molding is provided with different first and second decorative areas. At the transition of these decorative areas is a separating groove, which is introduced in the plastic material of the molded part and the two mold parts visually perfectly separated.
  • For a visually flawless transition, it is advantageous if a tear-off edge of the lacquer layer is directly to the upper edge of the separating groove or forms the upper edge of the separating groove. On the other hand, the groove sidewall, which subsequently follows the first decorative area, can be free of the lacquer layer of the first decorative area. The same applies to the groove bottom and optionally to the first decorative area facing away from the groove side wall. In a particular embodiment, the plastic material of the plastic carrier can be exposed on the visible side both on the two groove side walls and on the groove bottom.
  • In a particular embodiment, the plastic material of the plastic carrier is exposed on the visible side not only in the separating groove, but also in the second decorative region of the IMD molded part. The dividing groove thus emphasizes the optical transition between the two decoration areas and at the same time achieves a perfect, shapely optical connection between the two decoration areas.
  • Particularly preferably, the plastic carrier can have a total material thickness in the range of 4 to 7 mm, to ensure a necessary component rigidity for use as a trim panel. The separation groove may have a groove depth in a range of 0.3 mm to 0.7 mm, while the groove width is in a range of 0.8 mm to 1.2 mm.
  • It has been shown that the geometry of the separating groove also has a decisive influence on a visually perfect transition between the two decorative areas. Against this background, it is advantageous if the lacquer layer of the first decorative area and the groove sidewall facing the first decorative area converge angularly at a 90 ° angle. In contrast, the first decorative area facing away from the groove side wall not pass on a square, but at a rounded groove top edge in the second decorative area. In the second decor area, as mentioned above, the plastic material itself may preferably be exposed. Alternatively, all different decors can be connected, for example, decorative areas produced in the IML process or wood decors or aluminum decors.
  • In order to further support a shapely transition, the two decor areas, at least their edges immediately adjacent to the groove upper edges, can lie flush in a common plane. As already mentioned above, the foil-decorated plastic molded part may specifically be an IMD molded part. In this case, the molded part as a plastic injection molded part, on which the lacquer layer is applied. To apply the lacquer layer, a carrier foil with lacquer layer applied thereon is inserted into the forming chamber of an injection-molding tool before the injection-molding process is carried out. In particular, the carrier film, together with the paint layer applied thereon, can also pass through the molding chamber as an endless web.
  • Subsequently, the carrier film can be displaced by negative pressure against a molding surface of the injection molding tool. In the subsequent injection molding process, the carrier film is back-injected with the paint layer of the plastic melt. Upon cooling, the plastic material combines with the paint layer. After the demolding process, the carrier film is then removed from the lacquer layer, which now forms the first decorative region of the injection-molded part. Subsequently, for example, in a paint spray process step, a spray paint can be applied to the second decorative area. However, particularly preferably the plastic material of the plastic carrier is directly visible in the second decorative area, as a result of which a particularly simple and cost-effective decoration of the IMD molded part is achieved. In this case, it is preferred if the plastic material is a black high-gloss substrate, for example, a correspondingly colored plastic made of ABS-PC or PMMA.
  • The advantageous embodiments and / or further developments of the invention explained above and / or reproduced in the dependent claims can be used individually or else in any desired combination with one another, for example in the case of clear dependencies or incompatible alternatives.
  • The invention and its advantageous embodiments and further developments and advantages thereof are explained in more detail below with reference to drawings.
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  • 1 In an enlarged partial sectional view of a manufactured as IMD molding trim panel for a motor vehicle;
  • 3 to 4 View to illustrate the manufacturing process of the trim panel;
  • 5 in a view corresponding to 1 a further embodiment of a decorative trim for a motor vehicle.
  • In the 1 is shown in a partial sectional view of a trim panel for a motor vehicle, which is manufactured as an IMD molding. The IMD molding is here a plastic injection molded part 1 The two different decorated decor areas 3 . 5 having. In the first decor area 3 is a shiny silver paint coat, for example 7 applied while in the second decor area 5 the plastic material of the plastic carrier 1 is exposed on the visible side. At the transition between the two decor areas 3 . 5 is in the plastic material of the plastic carrier 1 a separating groove 9 introduced, with the two decor areas 3 . 5 are optically separated from each other. The plastic material of the plastic carrier 1 may be exemplified by a black glossy substrate, in the material, such as ABS-PC or PMMA, is colored accordingly.
  • The in the 1 shown ornamental panel has an outside corner area 11 with a rounding radius r. The rounding radius r is dimensioned so that in the basis of the 2 to 4 illustrated manufacture of the trim panel cracking in the paint layer 7 is prevented. By way of example, the radius of curvature r can be equal to or greater than 0.8 mm. Like from the 1 further, the varnish layer extends 7 with its tear-off edge 13 right up to the dividing groove 9 , in such a way that the tear-off edge 13 identical in position with the upper edge of the separating groove 9 is.
  • In the 1 is a particularly advantageous geometry of the separating groove 9 shown. So has the dividing groove 9 one, the first decor area 3 facing groove side wall 15 on that together with the varnish layer 7 at the top edge 13 the separating groove 9 square at a 90 ° angle. The groove side wall 15 goes over a groove bottom 17 in one, from the first decor area 5 opposite groove side wall 19 above. This is followed by a rounded groove top edge 21 the second decor area 5 at. The to the groove upper edges 13 . 21 bordering edges 26 the two decor areas 3 . 5 are in the 1 flush with the floor on a common level.
  • By way of example, in the 1 shown separating groove 9 have a groove depth t of 0.5 mm, while the groove width b is 1.0 mm.
  • The following is based on the 2 to 4 the process for the preparation of in the 1 illustrated trim explained. Accordingly, before performing an injection molding process in still open mold halves 23 . 24 an injection mold, a carrier film 27 with applied lacquer layer 7 through an open mold chamber 29 the tool halves 23 . 25 guided. The through the open mold chamber 29 Guided carrier foil 27 can then be contoured to the inner surface of the mold under the application of negative pressure 2 or 3 Tool half shown above 23 be pressed.
  • Subsequently, the two tool halves 23 . 25 according to the 3 getting closed. With closed tool halves 23 . 25 is the carrier foil 27 along the molding surface of the upper mold half 23 to the front side 35 of the slider 31 guided and then along along facing mold separation surfaces of the mold half 23 and the slider 31 from the mold chamber 29 guided. The at the upper half of the mold 23 fitting carrier foil 27 is subsequently back-injected with plastic.
  • In injection molding, it bonds to the carrier film 27 applied lacquer layer 7 with the cooling plastic compound. In this way, after a demoulding process I ( 4 ) the carrier film 27 from the paint layer 7 , which is now the first decoration area 3 of the plastic carrier 1 forms, be deducted.
  • Like in the 2 . 3 or 4 is shown, the molding chamber 29 both the two halves of the tool 23 . 25 as well as from a slider 31 limited. The slider 31 has a negative mold of the separating groove 9 forming projection 33 on ( 2 or 3 ).
  • After the rounded outside corner area 11 the lacquer layer is rectilinear over a distance a of, for example, 0.3 mm to the end face 35 of the slider 31 ,
  • After the injection molding process, then the two mold halves 23 . 25 as well as the slider 31 in a demoulding direction I ( 4 ) and the ornamental panel from the open mold chamber 29 taken.
  • In the 5 a trim panel according to another embodiment is shown. The in the 5 The trim panel shown is essentially identical to that in the 1 constructed ornamental panel. Therefore, on the preliminary description of the 1 to 4 to get expelled.
  • In contrast to 1 is in the 5 in the first decor area 3 no outside corner 11 intended. Rather, both the first decor area run 3 as well as the second decor area 5 linear in a horizontal plane. Moreover, in the 5 in the second decor area 5 the plastic material of the plastic carrier 1 not exposed on the visible side, but rather with a further decorative layer 39 covered. The decor layer 39 may be an example of a lacquer layer produced in the IML process. Alternatively, the decor layer 39 by way of example, be an aluminum layer or a spray paint coating. In the 5 the decorative layer extends 39 from the second decor area 5 over the rounded edge of the groove 21 as well as the groove side wall 19 to the groove bottom 17 ,
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  • Cited patent literature
    • DE 102007007409 A1 [0004]
    • DE 102009043581 A1 [0004]
    • DE 102009036678 A1 [0005, 0005]

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  1. Foil-shaped plastic molded part, in particular IMD molded part, with a plastic carrier ( 1 ), on which to form a first decorative area ( 3 ) one on a carrier foil ( 27 ) paint layer ( 7 ) on the plastic carrier ( 1 ) and then the carrier film ( 27 ) of the paint layer ( 7 ) is removable, characterized in that the molded part to the first decorative area ( 3 ) adjacent second decor area ( 5 ), and that the decorative areas ( 3 . 5 ) via a separating groove ( 9 ) are separated from each other in the plastic material of the molding.
  2. Foil-shaped plastic molding, characterized in that a tear-off edge ( 13 ) the paint layer ( 7 ) an upper edge of the separating groove ( 9 ).
  3. Foil-shaped plastic molding according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that at least the, the first decorative area ( 3 ) facing groove side wall ( 15 ) and / or the groove bottom ( 17 ) free from the lacquer layer ( 7 ), and in particular the plastic material of the plastic carrier ( 1 ) is exposed on the visible side.
  4. Foil-shaped plastic molding according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that at the groove upper edge ( 13 ) the first decor area ( 3 ) and the first decor area ( 3 ) facing groove side wall ( 15 ) converge at an angle of 90 °.
  5. Foil-shaped plastic molding according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that in the second decorative area ( 5 ) the plastic material of the plastic carrier ( 1 ) is exposed on the visible side.
  6. Foil-shaped plastic molding according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the first decorative area ( 3 ) facing away from the groove side wall ( 19 ) of the separating groove ( 9 ) on a rounded groove upper edge ( 21 ) in the second decor area ( 5 ) passes over.
  7. Foil-shaped plastic molded part according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the plastic carrier ( 1 ) has a material thickness (s) in the range of 4 to 7 mm, while the groove depth (t) is in a range of 0.3 mm to 0.7 mm and the groove width (b) in a range of 0.8 mm to 1.2 mm.
  8. Foil-shaped plastic molding according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the two decorative areas ( 3 . 5 ), at least to the groove upper edges ( 13 . 21 ) bordering edges ( 26 ) of the two decor areas ( 3 . 5 ), lie flush in a common plane.
  9. Foil-shaped plastic molded part according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the molded part can be produced as an injection molded part, wherein in particular for the production of the carrier film ( 27 ) with the paint layer ( 7 ) into a mold chamber ( 29 ) of a molding tool ( 23 . 25 ) can be inserted and then the carrier film ( 27 ) is injectable with the plastic material, whereby the lacquer layer ( 7 ) connects to the plastic material and the carrier film ( 27 ) of the paint layer ( 7 ) is removable.
  10. Process for producing a foil-decorated plastic molding, in particular an IMD molding, according to one of the preceding claims.
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