EP1184320A2 - Winding device for a textile machine producing crosswound bobbins - Google Patents

Winding device for a textile machine producing crosswound bobbins Download PDF

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EP1184320A2
EP1184320A2 EP01112109A EP01112109A EP1184320A2 EP 1184320 A2 EP1184320 A2 EP 1184320A2 EP 01112109 A EP01112109 A EP 01112109A EP 01112109 A EP01112109 A EP 01112109A EP 1184320 A2 EP1184320 A2 EP 1184320A2
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Peter Schwarz
Christian Sturm
Detlev Trimborn
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Oerlikon Textile GmbH and Co KG
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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
    • 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
    • B65H54/2827Traversing devices with a pivotally mounted guide arm
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H54/00Winding, coiling, or depositing filamentary material
    • B65H54/02Winding and traversing material on to reels, bobbins, tubes, or like package cores or formers
    • B65H54/40Arrangements for rotating packages
    • B65H54/44Arrangements for rotating packages in which the package, core, or former is engaged with, or secured to, a driven member rotatable about the axis of the package
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H54/00Winding, coiling, or depositing filamentary material
    • B65H54/02Winding and traversing material on to reels, bobbins, tubes, or like package cores or formers
    • B65H54/40Arrangements for rotating packages
    • B65H54/54Arrangements for supporting cores or formers at winding stations; Securing cores or formers to driving members
    • B65H54/553Both-ends supporting arrangements
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H54/00Winding, coiling, or depositing filamentary material
    • B65H54/70Other constructional features of yarn-winding machines
    • B65H54/74Driving arrangements
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H2701/00Handled material; Storage means
    • B65H2701/30Handled filamentary material
    • B65H2701/31Textiles threads or artificial strands of filaments

Abstract

The invention relates to a winding device (24) for a textile machine (1) producing cross-wound bobbins with a bobbin frame (18) for holding a cross-wound bobbin (11) between sleeve receiving plates (38, 38 '), a speed-controllable drive device integrated in the bobbin frame (18). 27) which is arranged axially displaceably in a bearing housing (23) of the bobbin frame (18) and is connected to one of the sleeve receiving plates (38, 38 ') and a thread traversing device (28) having a separate drive (31). According to the invention, a braking current can be applied to the drive device (27) for braking the cross-wound bobbin (11), which generates a torque which is directed counter to the direction of rotation (SR) of the cross-wound bobbin (11), and that the drive device (27) is arranged in a sliding beech (35) which can be acted upon pneumatically against the actuating force of spring elements (43) in such a way that one of the sleeve receiving plates (38) can be moved outwards as required in the sense of "opening the coil frame". <IMAGE>

Description

The invention relates to a winding device for a Textile machine producing cross-wound bobbins according to the preamble of claim 1.

Such winding devices are from textile machines for example in connection with the production of Cross-wound bobbins in the winding types "precision winding" or "stage precision winding" known.

Post-published DE 199 08 093.3 describes, for example, a winding device in which a cross-wound bobbin held in a bobbin frame is driven directly by a drive motor integrated in the bobbin frame. The package lies on a so-called pressure roller, which is not itself driven.
The thread to be wound is traversed by means of a finger-like thread guide which is acted upon by a separate drive.
The two drives can be controlled via a corresponding control device in such a way that a defined, preselectable turn ratio is always established.

Since a bobbin is often used during a bobbin trip Must be brought to a standstill, for example when running out of a master scope, in the event of a thread break or after a controlled thread cleaner cut, features the well-known Spooling device also via a spool drive Integrated, pneumatically actuated braking device. This known braking device consists of a Stator housing rotatably arranged brake pad on one designed as a brake disc contact surface Sleeve receiving plate is pneumatically pressed. That included The braking coil brings the resulting braking torque in a short time to a standstill.

However, the known winding device has a number of disadvantages. This means that both the rotating brake disc and the stationary brake pad are subject to considerable wear and tear and are therefore relatively maintenance-intensive.
In addition, the brake dust can easily get into the axial sliding guide of the coil drive and into the bearings of the electric motor and lead to a failure of these components.

Furthermore, for example by DE 198 36 701 A1 Spooling devices known, one of which is the cheese driving and at the same time traversing the thread After lifting the package, the grooved drum is electrically inserted into the Standstill is braked.

For this purpose, the drive motor of the grooved drum is included a braking current, which is usually a multiple of Rated current of the drive motor is.

Starting from the aforementioned prior art, the Invention based on the object, the known To improve winding devices.

This object is achieved by a winding device solved, as described in claim 1.

Advantageous embodiments of the invention are the subject of Dependent claims.

The embodiment according to the invention has the particular advantage that the braking device associated with the winding device on the one hand works almost without wear and on the other hand reliably brakes the package to a standstill in the shortest possible time.
The spring elements engaging on the sliding bushing, which receives the drive device, ensure that the coil sleeve, which is held non-positively between the sleeve receiving plates, is kept largely slip-free both during acceleration and when braking. At the same time, however, the design according to the invention also ensures that the coil frame can be opened easily at any time if required.
That is, the slide bush and thus the drive device connected to one of the sleeve receiving plates can be pneumatically acted on such that the slide bush can be moved into the bearing housing against the actuating force of a spring element. The sleeve receiving plate in question is shifted outwards, so that the bobbin tube of the cheese and thus the cheese is reliably released.

To brake the cross-wound bobbin, the drive device is first acted upon by a corresponding control of an output stage with a braking current that generates a torque that is directed against the direction of rotation of the bobbin and, if required, can be a multiple of the nominal current.
The braking torque generated in the drive device ensures that even large-volume cross-wound bobbins are reliably brought to a standstill in the shortest possible time.

As set out in claim 2, is more preferred Embodiment provided that the drive device as electronically commutated DC motor is designed, its rotor directly with one of the sleeve receiving plates connected is. Such a trained one Drive device represents a compact powerful Drive, which is also characterized by a good price / performance ratio distinguished.

As set out in claim 3, the sliding bushing which receives the drive device is acted upon by at least one spring element, the spring force of which is directed parallel to the axis of rotation of the drive device to the center of the coil frame. This means that the spring element ensures that a cheese arranged between the sleeve receiving plates is securely clamped.
According to claim 4, it is provided in a preferred embodiment that the spring elements are designed as coil springs and act on the sliding bush.
The coil springs, preferably two, are embedded in corresponding receiving bores in the sliding bush and are supported on a stationary bearing housing wall. The slidably mounted slide bush, in which the drive device is arranged, is, as already mentioned above, acted upon permanently by the spring elements in the direction of the center of the coil frame.

This means that the spring elements ensure high contact pressure for that one arranged between the sleeve receiving plates Coil sleeve is securely clamped at all times. The distribution or Arrangement of the spring elements is chosen so that a one-sided force attack and thus a tilting of the Slide bushing within the bearing housing is excluded.

In an advantageous embodiment, as described in claim 5, it is also provided that an annular space is arranged between the slide bush receiving the drive device and the bearing housing of the coil frame, which annular space can be acted upon with compressed air.
That is, by means of a defined compressed air supply to this annular space, the sliding bush can be displaced against the spring force of the spring elements acting on the sliding bush in such a way that one of the sleeve receiving plates is displaced outward and a sleeve of a cross-wound bobbin held up to that point between the sleeve receiving plates is released.

As set out in claims 6 and 7, the annular space of the sliding bush is connected to a compressed air source of the textile machine via an electromagnetic valve, which is preferably designed as a 3/2-way valve. By using such a proven solenoid valve, a defined activation of the relevant coil frame by a winding station computer is made possible in a simple and safe manner.
This means that the sliding bush, which is slidably mounted in a bearing housing of the coil frame, can be pneumatically actuated at any time, if necessary, in such a way that one of the sleeve receiving plates is actuated in the sense of "opening the frame".

In order to also be able to open the coil frame manually, this shows The directional valve described above, as indicated in claim 7, also a manual override. With this manual operation it is possible independent of the winding station computer, for example to remove a test spool, manually close the spool frame to open.

Finally, there is an abutment on the coil frame provided, in which a corresponding tool can be used. The abutment enables a purely manual if necessary Relocation of the spring loaded slide bush so that an opening of the coil frame is possible even when on the textile machine lacks compressed air or if a there is a considerable drop in compressed air (Claim 8).

Further details of the invention are as follows exemplary embodiment explained with reference to the drawings removable.

It shows:

Fig. 1
2 shows a side view of a work station of a textile machine producing cross-wound bobbins,
Fig. 2
2 shows a front view of the winding device of the work station indicated in FIG. 1, according to arrow Y in FIG. 1,
Fig. 3
2 shows a plan view of the coil frame of the winding device, the coil frame in the closed state and the drive device being shown in section,
Fig. 4
the coil frame according to Figure 3 in the open state.

In Figure 1 is a side view schematically with a total producing the number 1 marked cross-wound bobbins Textile machine, in the exemplary embodiment an automatic winder, shown.

Such automatic winding machines usually have between a large number of their end frames (not shown) similar jobs, in the present case Bobbins 2, on.

On these winding units 2, as is known and therefore not explained in more detail, the spinning heads 9 produced on a ring spinning machine are rewound to form large-volume cross-wound bobbins 11.
After completion, the cross-wound bobbins 11 are transferred, for example by pivoting the bobbin frame 18 about the pivot axis 19, to a machine-long cross-wound bobbin transport device 21 and transported to a bobbin loading station or the like (not shown) arranged on the machine end.

Such automatic winder 1 usually also have a logistics facility in the form of a bobbin and tube transport system 3. Spinning heads 9 or empty tubes 34 circulate within this logistics device, fixed on transport plates 8 in a vertical orientation.
Of the known bobbin and tube transport system 3, only the bobbin feed line 4, the reversibly drivable storage line 5, one of the transverse transport lines 6 leading to the winding units 2 and the tube return line 7 are shown in FIG.

The delivered spinning heads 9 are in the Unwind position 10, which is in the range of Transverse route 6 is located on the winding units 2, too large-volume cross-wound bobbins 11.

Furthermore, such an automatic winder 1 has one Central control unit 37, which via a machine bus 40 the separate winding unit computers 39 of the individual Winding units 2 is connected.

The individual winding units 2 have, as is known and therefore just hinted at about different institutions that one Enable proper operation of these jobs.

In Figure 1 is a running from the spinning cop 9 to the cheese 11 Thread with the reference number 30, a suction nozzle with 12 and a Gripper tube designated 42. Such winding units 2 have also via a splicer 13, a Thread tensioning device 14, a thread cleaner 15, a Paraffinizing device 16, a thread cutting device 17, a thread tension sensor 20 and a lower thread sensor 22.

The one marked overall with the reference number 24 Among other things, the winding device has a coil frame 18, which is movably mounted about a pivot axis 19. The Coil frame 18 can, for example, for the production of conical Cheese, also be pivoted about an axis 25.

During the winding process, the driven cross-wound bobbin 11 rests with its surface on a pressure roller 26 and takes this drive-less pressure roller 26 by friction.
The cheese is driven by a speed-controllable drive device 27.
This drive device 27, which is preferably designed as an electronically commutatable DC motor, is, as can be seen from FIGS. 2 to 4, integrated in a bearing housing 23 of the coil frame 18.

For traversing the thread 30 during the winding process a thread traversing device 28 is provided. Such in Figure 2 indicated traversing device is for example in DE 198 58 548 A1 described in detail.

The thread traversing device 28 consists essentially of a finger-like thread guide 29, which, by acts on an electromechanical drive 31, the Thread 30, as indicated in Figure 2, between the two End faces of the cheese 11 traversed. The thread 30 slides on during the laying by the thread guide 29 a guide ruler 32.

The drive device 27 for the cheese 11, which in the Figures 3 and 4 shown in section is how already indicated above, in a bearing housing 23 of the Coil frame 18 mounted axially.

That is, the stator 33 of the drive device 27 is in a sliding bush 35 set within the Bearing housing 23 axially displaceable, by a Anti-rotation device 36 is adjusted in a rotationally fixed manner, is guided.

Spring elements 43 act on the sliding bush 35 and act on the sliding bush 35 in the direction of the coil frame center.
An annular space 41 is arranged between the bearing housing 23 and the sliding bush 35 and is connected via a pneumatic line to an electromagnetic valve, preferably a 3/2-way valve 44. The 3/2-way valve 44, which has both a switching magnet 45 and a manual control 46, is in turn connected to a compressed air source 48 via a pneumatic line 47.

As indicated in FIGS. 3 and 4, the windings of the stator 33 of the electronically commutated drive device 27 are connected to a direct current source (not shown) via direct current lines 51, 52.
With the rotor 53, which is supported in bearings 54, 55, the sleeve-receiving plate 38 is also connected in a rotationally fixed manner, which, in cooperation with the sleeve-receiving plate 38 ', fixes a sleeve 57 of the cheese 11 in a force-locking manner.

Function of the facility:

During "normal" winding operation, the cross-wound bobbin 11, which is non-positively fixed between the sleeve receiving plates 38 and 38, is rotated by the drive device 27.
That is, the sleeve receiving plate 38 connected to the rotor 53 of the drive device 27 rotates in the winding direction SR and takes the cross-wound sleeve 57 with it. The sleeve receiving plate 38 is acted upon by the spring elements 43 acting on the sliding bush 35 so strongly in the direction of the center of the bobbin frame that a reliable frictional connection between the sleeve receiving plates 38, 38 'and the bobbin case 57 both during acceleration of the bobbin 11 and during braking of the bobbin is guaranteed.

As indicated in Fig. 2, the 3/2-way valve 44 is during of the winding operation in the switch position "0", that is, the between the sliding bush 35 and the bearing housing 23 arranged annular space 41 is depressurized.

When the cheese 11 has reached its prescribed diameter and needs to be replaced, the drive device 27 is first subjected to a braking current and the cheese 11 is electrically braked to a standstill by the braking torque which arises. Then, the 3/2-way valve 44, as shown in Figure 4, is switched to the switching position "I" so that the annular space 41 is connected to the compressed air source 48.
The inflowing compressed air pushes the sliding bush 35 back against the spring force of the spring elements 43 into the bearing housing 43, so that the cross-wound bobbin 57 clamped between the sleeve receiving plates 38, 38 'comes out of contact with the sleeve receiving plates 38, 38'. The cheese 11 can now be easily removed from the bobbin frame 18.

The 3/2-way valve 44 is usually controlled by the winding station computer 39, which is connected via a control line 50 to a switching magnet 45 of the solenoid valve 44.
In order to be able to replace the cheese 11 by hand if necessary, for example for a bobbin sample or the like, a manual actuation 46 is also provided on the 3/2-way valve 44, by means of which the valve 44 can be brought manually into the switching position "I" ,

So that the coil frame 18 of the winding unit 2 z. B. can also be opened manually with a general drop in compressed air, an abutment 49 is also arranged on the coil frame.
A lever-like tool can be inserted into this abutment 49 and thus the sliding bush can also be moved into the bearing housing without compressed air, ie the coil frame can be manipulated in the sense of "opening".
The lever tool corresponds to a corresponding approach on the sliding bush.

Claims (8)

  1. Spooling device for a textile machine producing cross-wound bobbins with a bobbin frame for holding a bobbin of a bobbin between bobbin holder plates, a speed-adjustable drive device integrated in the bobbin frame, which is axially displaceably arranged in a bearing housing of the bobbin frame and is connected to one of the bobbin holder plates and a thread traversing device having a separate drive .
    characterized,
    that the drive device (27) for braking the cross-wound bobbin (11) can be acted upon by a braking current which generates a torque which is directed counter to the direction of rotation (SR) of the cross-wound bobbin (11), and
    that the drive device (27) is arranged in a sliding bush (35) which is mounted so that it can be displaced pneumatically against the positioning force of spring elements (43) in the bearing housing (23) in such a way that one of the sleeve receiving plates (38), if necessary, in the sense of "opening the coil frame" is shiftable to the outside.
  2. Winding device according to claim 1, characterized in that the drive device is designed as an electronically commutated direct current motor (27), to the rotor (53) of which one of the sleeve-receiving plates (38) is connected.
  3. Winding device according to claim 1, characterized in that at least one spring element (43) acts on the sliding bush (35), the spring force of which is directed parallel to the axis of rotation (56) of the drive device (27).
  4. Winding device according to claim 3, characterized in that helical springs (43) are used as spring elements.
  5. Winding device according to claim 1, characterized in that an annular space (41) is arranged between the sliding bush (35) and the bearing housing (23) and can be acted upon with compressed air in a defined manner.
  6. Winding device according to claim 5, characterized in that the annular space (41) is connected to a compressed air source (48) via an electromagnetic valve (44).
  7. Winding device according to claim 6, characterized in that a 3/2-way valve (44) is used as the electromagnetic valve, which has both a switching magnet (45), which can preferably be controlled via a winding station computer (39), and a manual actuation (46).
  8. Spooling device according to claim 1, characterized in that an abutment (49) is provided on the spool frame (18) for receiving a lever tool, which enables the spool frame (18) to be opened even in the absence of compressed air.
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