EP1988200A1 - Needle with interior guiding - Google Patents

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EP1988200A1
EP1988200A1 EP20070008924 EP07008924A EP1988200A1 EP 1988200 A1 EP1988200 A1 EP 1988200A1 EP 20070008924 EP20070008924 EP 20070008924 EP 07008924 A EP07008924 A EP 07008924A EP 1988200 A1 EP1988200 A1 EP 1988200A1
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B37/00Auxiliary apparatus or devices for use with knitting machines
    • D04B37/02Auxiliary apparatus or devices for use with knitting machines with weft knitting machines
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B15/00Details of, or auxiliary devices incorporated in, weft knitting machines, restricted to machines of this kind
    • D04B15/14Needle cylinders
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B15/00Details of, or auxiliary devices incorporated in, weft knitting machines, restricted to machines of this kind
    • D04B15/18Dials
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B35/00Details of, or auxiliary devices incorporated in, knitting machines, not otherwise provided for
    • D04B35/02Knitting tools or instruments not provided for in group D04B15/00 or D04B27/00

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The tool (1) has a needle body (3) provided with a bearing groove (14), where the body is held or guided in a desired position on a bearing element (19) by using the groove. The body has two flat sides (9, 10) which are aligned parallel to each other, where the groove starts from one of a set of narrow sides (11, 12) and extends parallel to the flat sides into the body. The groove has a set of flanks (16, 17) that are parallel to each other. The body has a stitch-forming section (5) and a support section (4) that have a matching width. A strip (20) is made of steel.

Description

  • The invention relates to a knitting tool for a textile machine for the production of knitwear, in particular a knitting machine and a needle bed associated with the knitting tool.
  • Knitting tools are held on textile machines in large numbers in respective needle beds, such as knitting cylinders or dials each longitudinally movable. To accommodate the knitting tools, such as the needles slots with a rectangular cross-section are provided in the corresponding beds, in which the knitting tools are used. To form the slots Rippscheiben and / or knitting cylinders are provided with grooves in the webs are preferably made of thin steel sheet used. The gaps between the webs then form the grooves for receiving the needles or other Knitting tools. In order to reduce the wear on the grooves or the web walls, the webs used are preferably formed of hardened steel sheet.
  • Such a knitting cylinder is for example the DE-OS 21 40 180 refer to.
  • In order to ensure a parallelism of the two needle channel walls of a needle channel, the webs used are wedge-shaped. Therefore, the webs, which are used in the dial, wedge-shaped in the longitudinal direction, the webs are inserted into the knitting cylinder formed transversely to the longitudinal direction wedge-shaped. The preparation of the wedge-shaped webs is complicated, especially since the slope of the diameter of the dial or the knitting cylinder depends.
  • The production of the webs with different gradients is complex and increases the manufacturing complexity of beds for knitting tools considerably.
  • It is the task to remedy this.
  • This object is achieved with the needle according to claim 1 and with a needle carrier according to claim 9:
  • The knitting tool according to the invention, which may be eg a knitting needle, has in its body a Lagerungsnut, by means of which the knitting tool is held on a support member in a desired position. The desired position may be a position in which the needle can be moved in its longitudinal direction. The storage element thus stores the needle longitudinally displaceable in the needle bed of a circular knitting machine or flat knitting machine. The needle takes at least one Section of the storage element with its groove and thus rides on the storage element. The bearing groove of the needle body is limited by two flanks or legs which receive the bearing element between each other. The needle is guided in particular by the side facing away from each other side surfaces of the bearing element play. The bearing element gives the needle the required lateral guidance. While known knitting tools or needles are mounted on their outer surfaces, the knitting tools according to the invention are mounted on at least two of their inner surfaces.
  • The needle-extending bearing groove of the needle preferably extends over at least part of the length of the needle body. Preferably, the Lagerungsnut goes from a narrow side, for example, the needle back of the needle, and extends from there parallel to the flat sides of the needle body in this. The needle back may be formed as a bearing surface, so that the needle slides on the existing between adjacent bearing elements surface of the needle bed. This can be edited in a simple manner before inserting the storage elements in designated grooves with the desired precision. Alternatively, it is also possible to form the bottom of the bearing groove of the needle body as a bearing surface, so that the needle back does not touch the needle bed.
  • The inventive concept makes it possible to build up needle beds with a particularly small needle pitch. Adjacent needles can be arranged very close to each other, except for a small clearance allowing the free movement of the needles. In particular, when the needle arrangement is stationary, for example at the bar of a knitting machine, the needles can also touch each other laterally and thus mutually support.
  • It is possible to form the needle bodies over their entire length up to their hooks with a uniform width. However, it is also possible to divide them into a storage section with a slightly larger width and a stitch forming section with a slightly smaller width. The latter has particular advantages when the needles are placed very close together and are needles of high fineness, i. small width. The bearing portion of the needle body may have a greater width than the bearing portion of a conventional needle with the same pitch. As a result, at the same time the needle foot is wider, so that the foot wear is reduced. The width is always to be measured as the distance between the two facing away flat sides of the needle body transversely to the longitudinal direction of the knitting tool.
  • The bearing portion and the stitch forming portion may be seamlessly integrally connected to each other and made of the same material. It is also possible to connect the two sections by means of a joining technique. Such a joining technique is, for example, welding. The two sections can be optimized in this case largely independent of each other in terms of their production in their choice of materials.
  • It is also possible to releasably connect the two sections. For example, in case of wear of the stitch forming portion, the stitch forming portion may be exchanged while the storing portion is further used.
  • A needle bed adapted to receive a needle according to the invention has at least one bearing element in the form of a web which fits into the bearing groove of the associated needle. In needle cylinders such webs are inserted into axially parallel slots of the needle cylinder, which are arranged on the outer circumference of the needle cylinder. The bars are each parallel flankig. Adjacent lands preferably subtend an acute angle with respect to the radial direction.
  • Likewise, in order to support the needles on dials, ribs extending in the radial direction are provided on the dials, which webs are formed in parallel flanks and enclose an acute angle with each other in the radial direction. While the needles can largely touch each other at their near-center end, they stand at their distal ends, i. with her hook, from each other. Because of the absence of lands between the adjacent needles, a very narrow pitch can be achieved. To support the stitch forming sections or the stitch forming area of the knitting tool, a needle slot of conventional design may additionally be provided on the dial at the outer edge. Are these slots in the radial direction short, can be dispensed with due to the already existing game on a wedge grinding of the corresponding webs.
  • Due to the storage concept according to the invention, the web to be inserted are formed parallel with respect to their flat sides. Since the necessary according to the prior art wedge-shaped design of the webs is not necessary, they can be produced inexpensively.
  • With the invention, a great deal of production simplification and / or quality improvement can be achieved for many applications.
  • The application of the needle bearing according to the invention leads regardless of the application (needle cylinder, dial, Strickmaschinenflachbett) to a precise storage of the needles. The precision of the storage depends largely on the pairing storage element / needle. It can be worked with reduced needlestick, which improves the guidance precision.
  • Further details of advantageous embodiments of the invention will become apparent from the drawings, the description or claims. The description is directed to essential aspects of the invention and other matters. The drawing complements the description and discloses more details.
  • Show it:
    • FIG. 1 a needle cylinder with a needle and a bearing element in an exploded and schematic representation,
    • FIG. 2 the needle behind FIG. 1 in a back view,
    • FIG. 3 the needle and the jetty after FIG. 1 in a side view,
    • FIG. 4 a dial with a needle in perspective schematic representation,
    • FIG. 5 a modified embodiment of a needle according to the invention in a schematic representation,
    • FIG. 6 a modified embodiment of a dial with needles in a schematic fragmentary Top view and
    • FIG. 7 the dial after FIG. 6 in radial section.
  • In FIG. 1 a needle 1 and an associated needle carrier in the form of a needle bed 2 is illustrated. The needle 1 is illustratively a latch needle. However, it can also be other knitting tools, such as a hook needle, a transfer needle, a needle, a cutting needle, a board or the like. It has a needle body 3 which is divided into a bearing section 4 and a stitch forming section 5. Both form a seamless integral unit in the present embodiment. Starting from the bearing section 4, the stitch formation section 5 extends as a shaft 6 in a straight extension. The shaft 6 carries at its end a hook 7 and a closing member 8 for the hook 7, for example in the form of a tongue, a slider or the like. As a tongue, the closing member 8 is pivotally supported towards the hook 7 and away from it. It extends into a tongue slot, which passes through the shaft 6. There are also applications conceivable in which the knitting tool 1 does not require closing member 8.
  • The bearing section 4 has a preferably approximately rectangular cross-section which is delimited by two flat sides 9, 10 and two narrow sides 11, 12. The flat sides 9, 10 are preferably flat surfaces, which are oriented parallel to each other and facing away from each other. The narrow sides 11, 12 form the needle top 11 and the needle back 12. From the needle top 11 extends a foot 13 away, which serves to drive the needle 1.
  • One of the two narrow sides 11, 12, in the present case the needle back 12, is penetrated by a Lagerungsnut 14, which is preferably formed as a narrow slot. It has two mutually facing flanks 16, 17 and a bottom 18. The flanks 16, 17 are preferably just. The bottom 18 can, like FIG. 3 shows, be curved at one end of the storage groove 14. The storage groove 14 may also be open at the ends, such as FIG. 1 shows.
  • Out FIG. 1 also shows that the cross section of the bearing portion 4 is a U-profile, which engages over a bearing element 19 in the form of a web 20, a needle carrier 2 and receives between its legs. The web 20 is formed for example by a thin elongated strip. The bar 20, which is preferably made of hardened steel, has mutually parallel side surfaces 21, 22 facing away from each other. This web 20 is inserted into a corresponding groove 23 of the needle bed 2, which is formed in the present embodiment as a needle cylinder 24. The needle cylinder 24 has a lateral surface 37, which is provided with a plurality of such grooves 23. These grooves 23 extend parallel to each other and parallel to the cylinder center axis. The web 20 cooperates with its lower narrow side 38 with the bottom of the groove 23 and is in contact with this. The web 20 is bounded by the upper narrow side 39. The grooves 23 of the needle cylinder 24 open radially to the cylinder and are themselves parallel flankig each. Because parallel flanked webs 20 are inserted into the parallel-fluted grooves 23 of the needle cylinder 24 and both the grooves 23 and the webs 20 are arranged radially on the lateral surface 37, the distance between two adjacent side surfaces 21, 22 of two adjacent webs 20 increases from the Lateral surface 37. The distance is measured transversely to the longitudinal direction of the webs 20. The distance between two adjacent side surfaces 21, 22 of two adjacent webs 20 varies over the height of the webs 20 which are arranged above the lateral surface 37 and is greatest in the region of the upper narrow side 37. The lateral surface 37 of the needle cylinder has individual lateral surface segments 37 ', which are designed as storage areas.
  • The needle 1 is further in the FIGS. 2 and 3 illustrated. As can be seen, the bearing portion 4 and the stitch forming portion 5 may have a different height to be measured between the narrow sides 11, 12. In addition, the width of the stitch forming portion 5 may decrease toward the hook 7. This can be done by one or more paragraphs or by a gradual rejuvenation as it FIG. 2 suggests. Also formed on the needle back narrow side 12 may be formed on both sides of the bearing groove 14 as a bearing surface 12a, 12b. These bearing surfaces 12a, 12b, can cooperate with the lateral surface 37 or the lateral surface segments 37 '.
  • Are the bearing element 19 of the needle carrier 2 and the storage groove 14 of the knitting tool formed so that the bearing surfaces 12a, 12b cooperate with the shell segment surfaces 37 ', the upper narrow side 39 of the bearing element 19 to the bottom 18 of the bearing groove 14 spaced. It is also possible that the upper narrow side 39 of the bearing element 19 is in contact with the bottom 18 of the bearing groove 14 and thus cooperates. Then, the bearing surface 12, 12a, 12b of the lateral surface 37, 37 ', 37' spaced apart. The knitting tool 1 then rides on the storage element 19th
  • All surfaces 9, 10, 11, 12 of a knitting tool 1 and all surfaces 21, 22 of a web 20 or all surfaces 37 of a needle carrier 2, which cooperate in the movable positioning, with wear-resistant metallic (eg chrome) or organic coatings (eg Teflon ) with a predetermined surface profile and optionally be provided a predetermined roughness.
  • The needle cylinder 24 described so far is manufactured, populated and used as follows:
  • First, a corresponding cylindrical ring is provided with the grooves 23 which serve to receive the webs 20. The outer peripheral surface of the needle cylinder 24 is finished. It has the desired surface quality in order to support and support the bearing surfaces 12a, 12b. Now, the webs 20 are inserted into the grooves 23 and fixed therein. When this is done, the needle cylinder 24 is substantially completed.
  • For use, the needle cylinder 24 is positioned in a circular knitting machine and provided with the needles 1. These are placed with their storage section 5 on the respective web 20 until the bearing surfaces 12a, 12b bear against the needle cylinder 24. Between adjacent needles 1, a more or less large distance is present, so that adjacent needles 1 do not inhibit each other in their longitudinal movement. Around the outer periphery of the needles 1, the lock of the knitting machine, which is engaged with the feet 3 of the needles 1, extends. In operation, a relative rotation between the needle cylinder 24 and the needle lock is effected. On the narrow sides of the feet 13 fitting cam surfaces give the needles 1 then an axial movement. The positioning elements 19 of the knitting cylinder 24 determine the position of the needles 1 relative to the circumferential direction of the needle cylinder 24. The radial positioning is assumed by the bearing surfaces 12a, 12b of the knitting tool 1. The axial positioning rests with the feet 13.
  • The centered to the needle longitudinal axis bearing groove 14 and the web 20 form a linear guide device for the needle 1, the precision of which is given regardless of specific circumstances on the needle bed 2. It does not matter whether the needle 1 and its assigned storage element 19 on a needle cylinder 24 according to FIG. 1 or another needle bed 2, for example a dial 25 after FIG. 4 , are arranged. Again, needles 1a are provided following the needles 1 FIG. 1 largely correspond. However, the stitch forming portion 5 is narrower than the supporting portion 4. The transition may be provided on the flat sides 9, 10 through steps in the transition from the supporting portion 4 to the stitch forming portion 5, respectively.
  • As FIG. 4 illustrated further, the webs 20 are on a flat surface 26 of the dial 25 at an acute angle to each other. The webs are spaced apart, so that forms a channel between them. The distance A between two adjacent webs 20 increases starting from the center to the outer edge of the dial 25. At the outer edge of the dial 25, which is arranged in the direction of the hook 7 of the knitting tool, this distance A is greatest. The distance is measured parallel to the plane surface 26 of the dial 25. The webs 20 are not wedge-shaped, but parallel flanked, which may have a correspondingly simple production result.
  • According to the embodiment FIG. 1 as well as in the embodiment according to FIG. 4 are the needles 1 and 1a at least in the lateral direction exclusively by the bearing elements 19 and webs 20 out. As the FIG. 6 However, it is also possible to supplement the inventive type of needle guide means Lagerungsnut 14 and bearing element 19 with an additional needle guide, for example, in the outer region 27 of a dial 25th is arranged. The outer region 27 is a radially outer portion of the dial 25, for example, an edge 33 which is penetrated by needle guide slots 28. The edge 33 will look like FIG. 7 can be limited by a flat side 34. This flat side 34 is arranged at a distance from the plane surface 26. The edge 33, which projects beyond the plane surface 26 of the dial 25, has recesses in the form of slots 28 which are bounded by flat sides 35 and 36. These slots 28 are made parallel flank. The width of these slots 28 may be greater than the width of the knitting tool 1 may be formed as the knitting tools are supported in operation only on a flat side 35 or 36. The rotation of the dial is in operation FIG. 6 indicated by an arrow. The knitting tools 1 are due to the rotational forces based on this direction of rotation in contact with the flat side 35 Rotates the dial opposite, the knitting tools 1 are in contact with the flat side 36. This additional needle guide allows the formation of a relatively short bearing element 19 .. The concept presented is applicable both to needles 1, in which the bearing part 4 and the stitch forming part 5 are formed the same width, as well as in needles, in which the bearing part 4 and the stitch forming part 5 have a different width.
  • FIG. 5 illustrates a further modification of the needle according to the invention as a needle 1b. In this, the bearing part 4 and the stitch forming part 5 are connected to one another at a joint 30. For example, the bearing portion 4 and the stitch forming portion 5 are connected to each other by a butt weld. But it is also possible (not shown) that the stitch forming section 5 extends in a recess of the bearing portion 4, for example, in its Lagerungsnut 14 inside. He can there connected to the flanks of the bearing section 4 his. To connect material or non-positive connections or a combination of these can be provided. For example, this joint may be an adhesive joint, a welded joint, such as a spot weld 31, in FIG FIG. 5 is implied or be an embossing point. Instead of the welding point, a screw or the like may be provided which transverses the bearing portion 4 and the stitch forming portion 5 transversely and forms a detachable connection between the bearing portion 4 and the stitch forming portion 5.
  • The stitch forming portion 5 may have a width that matches the width of the storage groove 14. However, it can also be formed slightly wider than the storage groove 14. For connection to the bearing section 4, it then has a somewhat thinner section which extends into the bearing groove 14. Alternatively, the storage groove 14 may be widened at its end for receiving the stitch forming portion 5.
  • There are other applications for the needle according to the invention possible. The knitting tools 1 can be arranged so that adjacent knitting tools 1 touch the flat sides 9, 10. The flat side 9 of a first needle then touches the flat side 10 of an adjacent needle. If necessary, then a lubricant between the adjacent knitting tools is helpful because two adjacent knitting tools 1 can perform a relative movement to each other. This lubricant may be metallic, e.g. Be chrome or organic. If the knitting tools are positioned so tight that they support each other with their flat sides, the overall stability of the knitting tool assembly in operation is improved.
  • So between adjacent hooks 7 and adjacent Mesh forming sections 5 of adjacent knitting tools 1 there is a clearance into which other knitting tools 1 can dip, the stitch forming sections 5 are slightly narrower than the storage sections 4. If the stitch forming sections 5 are made relatively short and the storage sections 4 are relatively long, these storage sections also extend into retracted position of the knitting tools over the bed 2 addition, so the knitting tools are based outside of the bed 2 in the region of the bearing portion 4 from each other. This then allows the provision of a needle carrier high fineness. Thus, small-mesh, fine fabric can be produced.
  • A needle according to the invention is provided for longitudinally displaceable mounting with a longitudinal slot 14 which serves to receive a storage element 19, for example in the form of a web 20. While known needles are inserted into a guide channel and thus held or guided between two slot flanks, the needle according to the invention engages over a web 20 and is guided on this. It is thus guided on two surfaces facing away from each other of the guide member 19 and web 20. The bearing section 4 and the bearing element 19 form a positioning device or a guide device with high positioning or storage precision.
  • LIST OF REFERENCE NUMBERS
  • 1, 1a, 1b
    needle
    2
    Needle holder, needle bed
    3
    needle body
    4
    bearing section
    5
    Stitch-forming section
    6
    shaft
    7
    hook
    8th
    closing member
    9, 10
    flat side
    11, 12
    narrow side
    12a, 12b
    storage areas
    13
    foot
    14
    mounting groove
    16, 17
    flanks
    18
    ground
    19
    storage element
    20
    web
    21, 22
    faces
    23
    groove
    24
    needle cylinder
    25
    dial
    26
    plane surface
    27
    outdoors
    28
    Needle guide slot
    29
    web walls
    30
    joint
    31
    WeldingSpot
    32
    needle bar
    33
    edge
    34
    narrow side
    35.36
    flat side
    37, 37 '
    Lateral surface, segment of the lateral surface
    38
    lower narrow side
    39
    upper narrow side

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  1. Knitting tool (1) for knitting machines
    with a needle body (3) having a bearing groove (14) by means of which it is held or guided on a bearing element (19) in a desired position.
  2. Needle according to Claim 1, characterized in that the needle body (3) has two flat sides (9, 10) which are aligned parallel to one another and adjoin two narrow sides (11, 12), wherein the bearing groove (14) extends from one of the narrow sides (11). 11, 12) extending parallel to the flat sides (9, 10) in the needle body (3).
  3. Needle according to Claim 1, characterized in that the bearing groove (14) has mutually parallel flanks (16, 17).
  4. Needle according to Claim 1, characterized in that the bearing groove (14) bearing surfaces (12a, 12b, 16, 17, 18).
  5. Needle according to claim 1, characterized in that the needle body (3) has a stitch forming section (5) and a bearing section (4), both of which have a matching width.
  6. A needle according to claim 1, characterized in that the needle body (3) has a stitch forming portion (5) and a bearing portion (4), and that the bearing portion (4) has a larger width than the stitch forming portion (5).
  7. Needle according to claim 1, characterized in that the needle body (3) has a stitch forming section (5) and a bearing section (4), which are connected to each other in a joining technique.
  8. Needle according to claim 1, characterized in that the needle body (3) has a stitch forming portion (5) and a bearing portion (4) which are detachably connected to each other.
  9. A needle bed for at least one needle according to any one of the preceding claims, comprising a web (20) adapted to support the needle (1) and adapted to dive into the bearing groove (14) of the needle (1) to support it.
  10. Needle bed according to claim 9, characterized in that the web (20) is formed parallelflankig.
  11. Needle bed according to claim 9, characterized in that the web (20) has an upper narrow side (39), that the Lagerungsnut (14) has a bottom (18) and that the narrow side (39) with the bottom (18) in abutment ,
  12. Needle bed according to claim 9, characterized in that the web (20) by side surfaces (21, 22) is limited and that the distance between side surfaces (21, 22) of adjacent webs (20) changes over the height of the webs (20).
  13. Needle bed according to claim 9, characterized in that the web (20) by side surfaces (21, 22) is limited and that the distance (A) between side surfaces (21, 22) of adjacent webs (20) over the length of the webs (20) changed.
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