EP0950631A1 - Method and device for winding conical bobbins - Google Patents

Method and device for winding conical bobbins Download PDF

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EP0950631A1
EP0950631A1 EP98102591A EP98102591A EP0950631A1 EP 0950631 A1 EP0950631 A1 EP 0950631A1 EP 98102591 A EP98102591 A EP 98102591A EP 98102591 A EP98102591 A EP 98102591A EP 0950631 A1 EP0950631 A1 EP 0950631A1
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Stefan Kross
Hans Raasch
Paul Schroers
Guido Spix
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
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    • B65H54/2821Traversing devices driven by belts or chains
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
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    • B65H54/00Winding, coiling, or depositing filamentary material
    • B65H54/02Winding and traversing material on to reels, bobbins, tubes, or like package cores or formers
    • B65H54/28Traversing devices; Package-shaping arrangements
    • B65H54/2884Microprocessor-controlled traversing devices in so far the control is not special to one of the traversing devices of groups B65H54/2803 - B65H54/325 or group B65H54/38
    • B65H54/2887Microprocessor-controlled traversing devices in so far the control is not special to one of the traversing devices of groups B65H54/2803 - B65H54/325 or group B65H54/38 detecting the position of the yarn guide
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H59/00Adjusting or controlling tension in filamentary material, e.g. for preventing snarling; Applications of tension indicators
    • B65H59/38Adjusting or controlling tension in filamentary material, e.g. for preventing snarling; Applications of tension indicators by regulating speed of driving mechanism of unwinding, paying-out, forwarding, winding, or depositing devices, e.g. automatically in response to variations in tension
    • B65H59/384Adjusting or controlling tension in filamentary material, e.g. for preventing snarling; Applications of tension indicators by regulating speed of driving mechanism of unwinding, paying-out, forwarding, winding, or depositing devices, e.g. automatically in response to variations in tension using electronic means
    • B65H59/385Regulating winding speed
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Abstract

To wind a yarn on a conical bobbin (A), the bobbin is driven by a single motor (3). The motor speed is controlled and set by a computer (9) according to the laying position of the reciprocating yarn guide (5) and the bobbin diameter. The reciprocating yarn guide (5) has a single motor (7) for its to and fro movement, preferably a step motor. The switch pulses are taken by the computer (9) as control values to set the speed of the motor (7) according to the yarn laying position. The separate bobbins (A) are powered by friction drive rollers (2) acting on the bobbin surface, rotated by a dedicated motor (3). The bobbin can be powered directly by its own motor, and the bobbin diameter is monitored during the bobbin winding cycle, to be used by the computer (9) to set the motor speed according to the actual bobbin diameter during winding. The surface speed of the rotating bobbin is measured at two separate points along the bobbin length, and the ratio between their values is set. The variation value, to alter the ratio, is an additional control value in computing the rotary speed of the bobbin motor. In a multi-station bobbin winder, the reciprocating yarn guides for each station are operated by a common rod powered by a motor and preferably a step motor. The laying position is registered by a sensor, at least at one yarn guide, with its signals transmitted to the computer (9) to set the working of the yarn guide motor (7) according to the yarn laying position. The translatory movement speed of the reciprocating yarn guide (5) is modified according to the yarn laying position so that the speed is at a maximum rate in the smaller diameter zone of the conical bobbin, and is at a minimum speed at the larger diameter zone of the bobbin. An Independent claim is included for a bobbin winding assembly with a swing bobbin carrier frame (1) to hold a bobbin (A) and a single motor (3) to drive the bobbin. A reciprocating yarn guide (5) has a motor (7) which also registers the position of the guide over the bobbin length, and a sensor registers the bobbin diameter. A computer control (9) takes the yarn guide position and the bobbin diameter to produce control values to vary the speed of the motor (3) which are passed to the motor.

Description

The invention relates to a method and a device for thread winding on a conical or truncated cone-shaped coil former driven about its longitudinal axis, on which the yarn is deposited using a traversing thread guide is, the speed of the bobbin synchronously with the movement or the current installation position the traversing thread guide and depending on Diameter of the coil body is changed to over the Bobbin length and thus also over the entire winding process a substantially constant yarn winding speed effect on the bobbin.

The thread winding on a conical bobbin is problematic if the yarn with constant Speed should be fed or subtracted. Regardless of whether the drive of the bobbin done by a friction roller or the bobbin is driven directly, becomes constant Speed of the bobbin axis within a yarn or Thread layer on the side with the smaller bobbin diameter less yarn wound than on the side with the larger coil diameter. Especially when Drive of the bobbin by means of a friction roller, that usually place the bobbin at an ideal point Drive position performed by a crowned Friction roller lining is formed, drives, is a constant speed of the Bobbin axis. Without additional measures or devices can be one for all installation positions constant winding speed do not achieve.

In the case of winding devices driven by a friction roller, where yarn with constant delivery speed is fed, it is known Thread length in mechanical thread stores, e.g. Nick levers to save. Here, during the Thread guide movement from the side with the larger one Coil diameter to the side with the smaller diameter introduced yarn into the thread store and given back when moving back. The control this thread store takes place synchronously with the laying position such that the superposition of the laws of motion of bobbin and thread storage one enables constant delivery speed. Because of the different winding speeds at smaller and larger coil diameters would be without these thread stores occur high thread tension peaks which lead to stretching or compression in the yarn and would increase the thread break rate. At The usual bobbin conicity are the thread tension peaks so high that it is not possible in practice is to do without such memories.

In the case of winding devices driven by a friction roller, through which the yarn is drawn off, it is in principle possible to dispense with such thread stores. But then there is no constant withdrawal speed is achieved, the quality data of the yarn change, e.g. in twisting machines, the rotation along the laying movement. This is also undesirable.

In a winding device described in DE-OS 24 58 853 for conical, coils driven by friction the speed of the bobbin is synchronized with the movement or the respective current installation position of the traversing thread guide changed by the drive of the bobbin, for example, several axially over the Spool length distributed roles are used that are synchronous with the movement of the changing thread guide one after the other be driven to the yarn with essentially constant speed. The axial Rollers arranged over the track length of the friction roller are coupled by a and with the traversing thread guide thus moving back and forth in the longitudinal direction of the bobbin Friction drive element driven, the A large number of friction drive elements in turn from a single shaft per machine or machine side are driven.

It is not recognizable whether the over the coil length the friction roller distributes rollers to specific drive positions provided by the arrangement of appropriate coverings are. This would be a discontinuous Change in the winding speed arise. Because of the indirect drive of the rollers through the back and forth floating friction drive element, however, it is likely that appropriate coverings are not provided. This results in - ideally conical coils - Torsional forces via a roller element in the longitudinal direction of the coil. Regardless of whether coverings are provided or not, torsion forces definitely occur because of the finite width of the friction drive element inevitably two roles are driven simultaneously can. These torsional forces lead to high wear the winding device itself, but in any case damage to the outer thread layer of the bobbin.

If you start from non-ideal conical coils in practice, slight saddle formation, i.e. disproportionate Diameter increases on the coil flanks, the basic principle question, since with saddle formation only some roles, usually the two outer roles, the Drive the bobbin. With friction roller drive with a selective drive position it is usual, by modifying the laying angle slightly larger coil diameter increase at the drive point to effect and so the influence of saddle formations turn off. This is the proposal according to DE-OS 24 58 853 in principle not possible, since the basic idea is axial drive points moving along the longitudinal direction of the coil consists.

Both the multiple storage of the split rollers of the friction roller, as well as the storage of the friction drive elements load-bearing, continuous wave, which is both a translatory as well as rotary movement is complex and therefore costly. The solution presented appears to be problematic in principle.

The invention has for its object a method and to create a device with which or in easier Wise problems in thread winding on a conical Bobbin, fed to the yarn at a constant speed or the yarn at a constant speed subtracts, can be solved. The yarn winding should take place as gently as possible, i.e. Toric forces and thread tension peaks are to be avoided. The textile technology Properties such as the twist in the yarn or twine, should largely during the entire bobbin trip constant and in particular regardless of the installation position stay. On the usually necessary mechanical Thread storage should be dispensed with.

To solve this problem, the invention proposes the bobbin or also the one driving the bobbin To drive the friction roller by means of a single motor, the Speed controlled by a computer and control unit depending on the respective laying position of the traversing thread guide and the bobbin diameter in such a way is changed that at the respective current winding positions a constant peripheral speed of the bobbin is achieved over the entire winding process. At usually constant speed of the traversing thread guide results at constant peripheral speed also a constant winding speed as a vectorial Addition of both speed quantities.

For this, the computer and control unit must have the geometry of the Empty sleeve of the bobbin known, e.g. by Stroke length, coil taper and specification of a coil body diameter can be described. With a constructive Version in which a friction roller drives the bobbin, the position of the drive point must also be within the stroke movement must be defined. Furthermore, the Computer and control unit the current installation position of the Traversing thread guide and the current diameter of the bobbin be known. Taking the coil diameter into account is also in a constructive execution in which a friction roller drives the bobbin, necessary because the thread during the winding process in parallel layers to the mating surface, with increasing coil diameter the ratio of the coil circumference from large to small Coil diameter is reduced.

Taking into account the aforementioned influencing factors it is possible to directly change the speed of the bobbin or also by means of a friction motor driving a single motor to change via the computer and control unit such that a constant winding speed throughout Coil process is achieved.

With such a design of the bobbin drive the crossing angle remains during the entire winding process constant. The resulting yarn rack on the bobbin is different from what is common today Thread placement on conical bobbins, with constant delivery speed by using a thread store, e.g. a pitching lever is made possible. The overlay leads the laws of motion of the bobbin and thread store to a constant thread speed of the overall system of bobbin and memory. Independently of the yarn deposit remains on the conical bobbin itself further characterized by the coil body geometry and is thus characterized by a decreasing bobbin peripheral speed towards the coil flank with the smaller bobbin diameter. This leads to usual constant speed of the traversing thread guide to one Enlargement of the crossing angle in the direction of the coil flank with the smaller bobbin diameter. Within a yarn or thread layer, the yarn is deposited on the Coil form in the form of an Archimedean spiral, since the ratio of the transverse traversing speed and the winding speed of the bobbin axis constant is.

Around the winding laws of conical coils common today To be able to take into account is in a further embodiment proposed the invention, in addition to the single motor Drive of the coil body also a motorized or provide single-motor drive of the traversing thread guide. Both drives can then be controlled in such a way that the resulting winding speed is constant and a both constant and variable crossing angle over a lifting movement becomes possible.

Further features of the invention are in the subclaims treated.

The invention is described below with reference to the drawing.

Figure 1
shows a schematic representation of a winding device suitable for carrying out the method according to the invention with a traction thread guide driven by a single motor, the individual bobbin being driven by a friction roller driven by a single motor;
Figure 2
essentially shows an arrangement according to FIG. 1, the individual coil former being set in rotation directly by an associated individual motor;
Figure 3
shows a schematic representation of two winding devices arranged side by side, the individual traversing thread guides being driven together;
Figure 4
shows a friction drive for a coil former with an associated sensor device for detecting the taper of the coil former.

Figure 1 shows a winding device with a pivotable mounted coil support frame 1 for storing a conical Bobbin A. The bobbin A is by means of a friction drive roller 2 driven, which in turn by the individual motor 3 assigned to this friction drive roller is driven.

The yarn f fed by a conventional yarn feed mechanism 4 at a constant delivery speed is deposited on the bobbin A when the bobbin A rotates by a traversing thread guide 5 driven to and fro over the length of the bobbin. The traversing thread guide 5 is preferably set in motion via a drive belt 6, which can be driven alternately in one and in the other direction by a motor 7, preferably a stepping motor. A thread deflecting element 8 is arranged between the feed mechanism 4 and the traversing thread guide 5.

A computer and control unit 9 is used for control and coordination of the individual drive units 3, 4 and 7. The delivery engine driving the two delivery rollers 4.1 is, via the manifold 10 of the Computer and control unit 9 controlled with a certain speed driven to a predetermined to achieve constant yarn delivery speed. As well the motor 7 driving the traversing thread guide 2 via lines of the wiring harness 12 from the computer and Control unit 9 with a certain speed and different Direction of rotation driven to a predetermined To effect laying speed and position.

To achieve that the yarn f with essentially constant winding speed and thus constant thread tension on the conical Bobbin A is wound, it is necessary that this depends on the laying position the traversing thread guide 5 and depending on the Diameter of the bobbin at the driven position is driven at different speeds.

The laying position of the traversing thread guide 5 is the computer and control unit 9 via further lines of the cable harness 12, e.g. as signals one, not integrated into the engine, not shown in detail incremental or absolute position sensor. In a preferred embodiment of the motor 7 as a stepper motor such a position sensor can be omitted because the laying position of the traversing thread guide 5 of the control immediately after moving to a reference point position through the position steps it outputs is known.

To detect the diameter of the bobbin A is in Range of the pivot axis of the coil support frame 1 in 1 sensor 13 shown in dashed lines is provided, which is the angular position which changes during the build-up of the coil β of the coil support frame 1 is detected.

As a sensor e.g. a potentiometer can be used where the output voltage is proportional to the angular position β is. The signal proportional to the angular position β becomes by means of lines 14 of the computer and control unit 9 supplied, which is based on the associated diameter the control known geometric movement function of the coil frame support 1 is calculated.

Alternatively, to measure the diameter of the Coil former A according to FIG. 1 in the region of the coil carrier frame 1 one not in detail to one illustrated sleeve plate flange-mounted sensor 15 be provided, the sleeve plate itself so in force and positive engagement with the bobbin A can be recorded. As a sensor e.g. a single track optical speed sensor or a Hall sensor in combination can be used with a magnetic magnet wheel where the output frequency is proportional to the speed of the Bobbin A is. The speed proportional Signal is by means of a line 16 of the computer and Control unit 9 supplied the associated diameter from the speed ratio of the friction roller and coil former A with known, largely constant Drive point calculated on the bobbin.

To achieve a constant winding speed required change of Speed of the friction drive roller 2 driving Drive motor 3 is done by the computer and Control unit 9 via line 11 depending on the aforementioned influencing factors.

The embodiment according to FIG. 2 differs of the embodiment of Figure 1 in that the Drive of the bobbin A is not via a friction drive roller done, but directly individual motor assigned to the individual coil former A 17. The bobbin A is on a freely rotating Support roller 19 supported.

In this case, the speed of the Motors 17 via lines 18 in two ways:

Due to the direct drive of the bobbin A must increasing coil body diameter the "nominal speed" of the Motors 17 are reduced. The "nominal speed" understood the speed of the motor 17, the one for principally freely selectable, virtual drive point, e.g. is in the middle of the bobbin, which for the Computer and control unit 9 the reference point of the speed change depending on the installation position. For Detection of the bobbin diameter is in the range the pivot axis of the coil support frame 1 is a sensor 13 provided, which during the coil build changing angular position β of the coil support frame recorded and from this in connection with Figure 1 described way determines the bobbin diameter.

To compensate for the different coil diameters the conical coil required speed change depending on the installation position and depending on that of the diameter of the bobbin is in the manner described in connection with Figure 1 determined based on the virtual drive point.

To adjust the speed of the motor 18 via the lines 18 overlays the computer and control unit 9 both Influencing factors.

FIG. 3 shows two winding devices arranged side by side a multi-position machine. The drive of the both bobbins A are each made by means of friction drive rollers 2, each driven by individual motors 3 become. There is one computer and control device per position 9 provided, each of the signals of a required sensor 13 per location for detecting the Diameter of the bobbin A supplied via lines 14 and each of the motors 3 via lines 11 changed in speed. Different from the system according to Figure 1, the two winding devices assigned traversing thread guide 5 together via a Traversing thread guide rod 20 driven alternately. With such a system, only the laying position is required a traversing thread guide 5, and preferably only schematically in FIG. 3 shown displacement and position sensor 21. This Position sensor 21 gives for all winding devices the multi-position machine via the manifold 22 Laying position of the traversing thread guide 5 in the respective Computer and control unit 9 to the speed of the respective individual motor 3 and thus the respective friction drive roller 2 to the laying position of the traversing thread guide 5 adapt and thus a constant winding speed to achieve.

In the device according to Figure 4, the coil body A driven by a single motor 3 Friction drive roller 2 driven, which, as in the rest also in the embodiments according to the figures 1 and 3, be equipped with a friction lining 2.1 can.

On the outer circumference of the bobbin A is also one preferably coaxial with the friction drive roller 2 aligned sensor roller 23, whose speed or Circumferential speed via the sensor 24 as an additional Control variable in the calculator and not shown in Figure 4 Control unit 9 is entered. With such a System you can see the peripheral speed of the bobbin A at two along the length of the bobbin at a distance from each other lying sections and in relation to each other set so that the calculation of the actually present Taper or the cone angle of the coil body A is made possible by the computer and control unit. Since the required change of speed depending on the installation position depends on the taper, the exact specification is the Taper important to get through the computer and control unit to be able to make a suitable speed correction, in particular with a small diameter of the coil body occur Deviations between actual taper and taper default considerable deviations in the winding speed depending on the laying position.

With a device according to Figure 4, the computer determines Control unit independently the actually present Taper, so that even slight changes in the Taper of the bobbin during the bobbin build can be taken into account.

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  1. Process for winding yarn onto a conical or frustoconical, driven around its longitudinal axis Bobbin (A), on which the yarn by means of a traverse guide (5) is stored, the speed of the Bobbin in synchronism with the movement or the respective current laying position of the traversing thread guide is changed to about the bobbin length and thus an essentially over the entire winding process constant yarn winding speed on the To effect coil former, characterized in that the coil former (A) is driven by means of a single motor (3; 17) drives, its speed via a computer and Control unit (9) computer controlled depending on the respective laying position of the traversing thread guide (5) and the bobbin diameter is changed.
  2. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the traversing thread guide (5) alternating with a single motor by means of a motor (7), preferably a stepping motor, drives whose switching impulses as a control variable for the laying position of the traversing thread guide in the Unit (9) can be entered, which in turn depending from the laying position of the traversing thread guide controls the speed of the motor (7).
  3. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the individual bobbin (A) around its circumference by means of a friction drive roller (2) drives the in turn set in rotation by the single motor (3) becomes.
  4. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the individual bobbin (A) directly from the Single motor (17) is rotated, and that during the winding process the bobbin diameter recorded and the determined diameter value for the purpose Adaptation of the speed of the single motor to the growing one Coil diameter in the computer and control unit is entered.
  5. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the peripheral speed of the bobbin two along the length of the bobbin at a distance from each other Lying sections (d1, d2) recorded and in relation to each other, and that the value of change this ratio as an additional tax figure for the computer-controlled change in the speed of the Single motor used.
  6. A method according to claim 1, characterized in that the traversing thread guides in a multi-position machine (5) by means of a motor, preferably a stepper motor, driven traversing thread guide rod (20) together drives and the laying position of at least one the traversing thread guide by means of a position sensor (21) detected, the position signals as a control variable for the laying position of the traversing thread guide in the unit (9) are entered, which in turn are dependent from the laying position of the traversing thread guide Controls engine speed (7).
  7. A method according to claim 2, characterized in that one the speed of the translational movement the traversing thread guide (5) depending on its Laying position changed so that the speed of movement in the area of the smaller diameter having the coil flank of the coil body (A) Maximum and one in the area of the other coil flank Minimum is.
  8. Device for carrying out the method according to claim 1, comprising:
    1) a pivotable bobbin frame 1 for mounting a conical bobbin (A);
    2) a single motor (3 or 17) for individually driving the respective bobbin (A);
    3) a traversing thread guide (5) with a device (7 or 21) for detecting the respective laying position of the traversing thread guide over the length of the bobbin (A),
    4) a sensor for detecting the coil body diameter, and
    5) a computer and control unit (9), in which the respective laying position of the traversing thread guide and the bobbin diameter are processed as control variables for changing the speed of the individual motor (3 or 17) and fed to the individual motor.
  9. Apparatus according to claim 8 for performing the method according to claim 2, characterized in that for alternating drive of the traversing thread guide (5) a motor (7), in particular a stepping motor, is provided, whose switching impulses as a control variable for the laying position the traversing thread guide entered into the unit (9) become.
  10. Apparatus according to claim 9 for performing the method according to claim 7, characterized in that the speed of the translatory movement of the Traversing thread guide (5) depending on its laying position is changeable such that the speed of movement in the area of the smaller diameter having the coil flank of the coil body (A) Maximum and in the area of the other coil flank Minimum is.
  11. Device according to claim 8, characterized in that they drive each individual bobbin (A) a friction drive roller (2), which in turn is rotated by the single motor (3).
  12. Apparatus according to claim 8, characterized in that each individual coil former (A) to its immediate one Drive is associated with a single motor (17) and that it to record the increasing coil body diameter has a sensor (13) during the winding process, of which is the determined diameter value of the coil body to adjust the speed of the single motor (17) the increasing coil diameter in the computer and Control unit (9) is entered.
  13. Device according to claim 8, characterized in that several traversing thread guides in a multi-position machine (5) can be driven together, and that at least one of the traversing thread guides (5) to the unit (9) connected position sensor (21) for detecting the Assigned to this traversing thread guide is.
  14. Device according to claim 8, characterized in that it has facilities to the peripheral speed of the bobbin at two over the length of the Spool spaced sections (d1, d2) and in relation to each other to put, and that the value of changing this Ratio as an additional control variable for the computer-controlled Change in the speed of the single motor the unit (9) can be fed.
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DE59809204A DE59809204D1 (en) 1998-02-14 1998-02-14 Method and device for winding yarn onto a conical bobbin
CZ99468A CZ46899A3 (en) 1998-02-14 1999-02-11 Process and apparatus for thread winding and conical bobbin body
US09/249,688 US6196491B1 (en) 1998-02-14 1999-02-12 Method and device for winding yarn onto a conical spool body
JP11033664A JP2000034060A (en) 1998-02-14 1999-02-12 Method and device for taking up thread on conical spool
CNB991022122A CN1135202C (en) 1998-02-14 1999-02-14 Method and apparatus for winding yarn onto conic drum
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