EP3307548B1 - Stamp and printing unit, in particular as replacement part for a stamp - Google Patents

Stamp and printing unit, in particular as replacement part for a stamp Download PDF

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EP3307548B1
EP3307548B1 EP16738647.3A EP16738647A EP3307548B1 EP 3307548 B1 EP3307548 B1 EP 3307548B1 EP 16738647 A EP16738647 A EP 16738647A EP 3307548 B1 EP3307548 B1 EP 3307548B1
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Herbert Scharinger
Reinhard LEIBEZEDER
Helmut Lindner
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
    • B41K1/00Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor
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    • B41K1/38Inking devices; Stamping surfaces
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
    • B41K1/00Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor
    • B41K1/02Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor with one or more flat stamping surfaces having fixed images
    • B41K1/04Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor with one or more flat stamping surfaces having fixed images with multiple stamping surfaces; with stamping surfaces replaceable as a whole
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
    • B41K1/00Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor
    • B41K1/08Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor with a flat stamping surface and changeable characters
    • B41K1/10Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor with a flat stamping surface and changeable characters having movable type-carrying bands or chains
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
    • B41K1/00Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor
    • B41K1/36Details
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
    • B41K1/00Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor
    • B41K1/36Details
    • B41K1/38Inking devices; Stamping surfaces
    • B41K1/40Inking devices operated by stamping movement
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
    • B41K1/00Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor
    • B41K1/36Details
    • B41K1/38Inking devices; Stamping surfaces
    • B41K1/40Inking devices operated by stamping movement
    • B41K1/42Inking devices operated by stamping movement with pads or rollers movable for inking
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B41PRINTING; LINING MACHINES; TYPEWRITERS; STAMPS
    • B41KSTAMPS; STAMPING OR NUMBERING APPARATUS OR DEVICES
    • B41K1/00Portable hand-operated devices without means for supporting or locating the articles to be stamped, i.e. hand stamps; Inking devices or other accessories therefor
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Description

  • The invention relates to a stamp and impression unit, in particular as a spare part for a stamp, as described in the preamble of claims 1.
  • From the EP 1 841 599 A1 , the WO 2004/03915 A1 and EP 0 804 344 B1 is a stamp with overdye, also known as self-inking stamp known, which has a metal receiving frame for an impression unit, which is guided in side parts of the receiving frame. About the receiving frame formed a plastic base is placed. The impression unit is adjustable via a turning mechanism from a rest position, in which color is received by a cushion arranged in an ink pad, into an impression position counter to a spring force by a bow-shaped upper part. The bow-shaped upper part has in turn on the inside on a reinforcing bracket made of metal. Furthermore, in the middle of the bow-shaped upper part and in the center of the lower part on both sides of the strap spring elements for the provision of the upper part in the rest position. For fixing the upper part to the lower part locking elements are arranged in the lower part, which engage in a recess on the outside of the bow-shaped upper part.
  • Such a construction of a tripod stamp by the applicant has, in contrast to the other prior art, such as US 2009/0255427 A , the AT 501 318 B and the DE 202010007577 U no central spar between the upper part and lower part. The central spar takes on the further state of the art, the spring element, so that now no spring elements are arranged on the side parts of the bow-shaped upper part. In this prior art can not be spoken of a bow-shaped upper part, since the central spar to the two side bars forms a central web. The main disadvantage of the tripod stamp with central spar is that there is no space for the arrangement of a viewing window and thus the pattern of the stamp imprint is arranged offset and extends to the side surface of the lower part.
  • The object of the invention is To enable as late as possible individualization of a stamp.
  • The object of the invention is achieved by a stamp according to claim 1.
  • The advantage here is that thereby the stamp component without the impression unit can be completely manufactured, so that depending on the sold stamp then the impression unit is used. As a result, the latest possible individualization of the stamp is achieved, so that the production costs and storage costs can be kept very low. Thus, a so-called order-manufacturing with a quantity of 1 is possible because the framework, so the stamp component can be produced in large numbers and built together and then done by appropriate insertion of the selected impression unit, the individualization. Thus, it is no longer necessary, for example, to reduce costs a variety of stamps only with text plate, stamp with date, stamp with IBAN code, etc. manufactured and kept in stock. Another significant advantageous embodiment is that thereby the text plate can be conveniently attached to the impression unit outside of the stamp component before the impression unit is installed. It is also possible that a simple conversion of a date stamp or band stamp, ie an impression unit with a MB unit, is possible on a text stamp. A major advantage of this solution is also that the structure of the component can be used on all self-inking stamp, in particular on tripod stamp, plastic stamp, etc.
  • It is an embodiment of advantage, in which for the insertion of the impression unit, the stamp component has a change position. The advantage here is that thereby the stamp can be fixed accordingly and the impression unit can be easily used because the stamp maker or the user does not have to hold the stamp in compressed state.
  • After the characterizing part of claim 1, the slide track of the turning mechanism in the lower part of an exchange channel. This ensures that the impression unit, in particular the projecting axis or stub axles, can be pushed out or in via the exchange channel, so that an exchange of the impression unit with the axle or the axle stubs is possible. Preferably, the replacement takes place via the rear side of the stamp component.
  • An embodiment in which the exchange channel can be closed by a closure cap is advantageous, wherein the guide path is interrupted by the exchange channel without closure cap and the slide path is circumferentially closed when the closure cap is fastened, ie the outline or side edges of the slide path is interrupted by the exchange channel , wherein when inserting the cap, the slide track is completely restored and functional. This ensures that a simple exchange in a particular stamp position by pulling out or unscrew the impression unit is possible and at the same time after closing a normal stamping process can be performed.
  • An advantageous embodiment is that the exchange channel in the upper region, in particular in a vertical region of the slide track, is arranged. This ensures that a trouble-free operation is achieved in a stamping process, since no edges or the like interfere with the axis movement.
  • But it is also an embodiment of advantage in which the change position and thus the position of the exchange channel is arranged such that for the exchange of the text plate carrier arranged on the text plate carrier text plate is lifted from the ink pad. Thereby, a simple exchange can be performed without the text plate is contaminated by the color of the ink pad by pulling out. Furthermore, an embodiment is advantageous in which the punch or the stamp component can be fixed via a lock in the change position. As a result, the handling is considerably simplified, since the position for changing must be set only once, after which the stamp can then be moved at will for the insertion or removal of the impression unit.
  • An advantage is an embodiment in which the lower part or the turning mechanism guide pins are arranged for a recording guide on the text plate carrier. This ensures that already known from the prior art and safely functioning turning mechanism can be used.
  • An embodiment is advantageous in which the turning mechanism, in particular the slide track, is formed by a so-called rigid or movable control cam. This in turn ensures that, depending on the requirements of the stamp is equipped with a rigid or movable slide track to meet the wishes of customers.
  • A further advantageous embodiment is that the exchange channel is arranged in the region of a footprint at the end of the slide track to replace the impression unit down. This ensures that the impression unit, after removal of the closure cap, which can now simultaneously form at least a part of a riot element, can be pulled down or out through the base, so that no closure cap can be seen on the front or rear side of the ram component. It must be ensured, however, that in a stamping operation with high force, the cap is not printed from the anchorage, whereby the impression unit can fall out.
  • Another advantageous embodiment is that a receiving channel for the axle or stub axle is arranged in the upper part. This ensures that an insertion of the impression unit with a continuous axis or with laterally molded stub axle or split axles in the upper part is simply possible, for which purpose in the change position of the receiving channel coincides with the exchange channel in the lower part. A closing of the receiving channel is not required because the upper part is guided in the lower part and thus the axle or stub axle can not slip out of the receiving channel out.
  • The invention will now be described in the form of embodiments, it being understood that the invention is not limited to the illustrated and described embodiments or solutions, but is determined by the scope of the claims.
  • Show it:
  • Fig.1
    a perspective view of a stamp, in particular a tripod stamp, in a rest position; in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Fig.2
    a perspective view of the stamp in a printing or impression position; in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 3
    a perspective view of the punch in a change position for insertion or replacement of an impression unit, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 4
    an enlarged perspective view of the change position of the impression unit;
    Figure 5
    a perspective view of the stamp with metallic components in the rest position and a Achswechselöffnung, in a printing position, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 6
    a side view of the stamp without metal parts after Fig. 5 , in simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 7
    a perspective view of the stamp in the compressed state in a text plate mounting position, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 8
    an exploded view of the punch, in particular the upper part with a centrally located lock, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 9
    a further embodiment of a damped handle element for absorbing excess force in a stamping operation, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 10
    a schematic representation of the metal part and plastic part from the lower part of the stamp after the Fig. 1 to 9 , in simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 11
    an enlarged view of the items of the lower part of the punch, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 12
    a plan view of the metallic lower part, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 13
    a side view of the metallic lower part, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 14
    a view of the stamp from behind with inserted ink pads and a printing unit with MB unit arranged therein, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 15
    a plan view of the ink pad, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 16
    a sectional view of the ink pad, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 17
    a side view of the ink pad, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 18
    a sectional view of the stamp with inserted impression unit and without cap in the die position, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 19
    a perspective view of the cap, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    fig.20
    a side view of the cap, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 21
    a sectional view of the cap, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Figure 22
    a perspective view of the stamp 1 with the cap pushed up, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Fig. 23
    a sectional view of the stamp with deferred cap, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Fig. 24
    a perspective view of the stamp, in which the metal parts have been replaced by plastic parts, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Fig. 25
    an exploded view of the punch, in particular the upper part with a cardboard insert for the window element, in a simplified, schematic representation;
    Fig. 26
    a schematic representation of the handle element of three parts in the assembled state;
    Fig. 27
    an exploded view of the handle element according to Fig. 26 ;
    Fig. 28
    an exploded view of the lower part for an embodiment of an attachment of the metal part to the plastic part via a cover plate;
    Fig. 29
    a schematic representation of the lower part according to Fig. 28 with attached metal part on the plastic part;
    Fig. 30
    a schematic representation of the lower part according to Fig. 29 with attached or mounted cover plate;
    Fig. 31
    an embodiment of a new lock with a return spring;
    Fig. 32
    a further embodiment of the lock with a return spring in combination with the spring element of the punch;
    Fig. 33
    another view of the lock according to Fig. 32 ;
    Fig. 34
    a one-piece spring with the function of the return spring for the lock and the spring element for the stamp;
    Fig. 35
    a representation of the upper part of the stamp with inserted lock according to the FIGS. 32 to 34 ;
    Fig. 36
    a representation of the upper part of the stamp with the lock and the one-piece spring;
    Fig. 37
    a side view of the embodiment of the lock with the one-piece spring according to the FIGS. 32 to 36 in the inactive position, ie the resting position;
    Fig. 38
    a side view of the embodiment of the lock with the one-piece spring according to the FIGS. 32 to 37 in the active position, ie the depressed and latched position for fixing the upper part with the lower part of the punch;
    Fig.39
    another embodiment of the lock with the return spring in another position;
    Fig. 40
    a schematic representation of a position frame for the stamp to reduce the stamp area;
    Fig.41
    a plan view of the positioning frame according to Fig. 40 ;
    Fig.42
    a schematic view of the stamp from below with inserted position frame according to FIGS. 40 and 41 ;
    Fig. 43
    a schematic representation of the punch for positioning with inserted frame position.
  • By way of introduction, it should be noted that in the various embodiments, the same parts are provided with the same reference numerals or the same component names, wherein the disclosures contained in the entire description can be mutatis mutandis to the same parts with the same reference numerals and component names. Also, the location selected in the description, such as top, bottom, side, etc. related to the described figure and are at a Change of position to the new situation. Also, individual features or combinations of features from the illustrated and described embodiments may represent separate inventive solutions.
  • In the Fig. 1 to 24 a stamp 1, in particular a tripod stamp 1 is shown, which comprises at least one stamp component 2 and an impression unit 3.
  • The stamp component 2 consists of at least one upper part 4 with a handle element 5 and a lower part 6 with a pad receiving element 7. The upper part 4 is preferably bow-shaped and has a longitudinal web 8 and two side elements 9,10, wherein the side elements 9,10 in the lower part 6 are guided. The impression unit 3 is connected via a turning mechanism 11, in the lower part 6 in motion-connected manner via an axis 12 or journal 12 to the upper part 4, so that the impression unit 3 in the lower part 6 of a rest position 13, according to Fig. 1 , in a printing or stamping position 14, according to Fig. 2 , by actuation of the upper part 4, in particular by pressurization of the handle element 5, can move. Of course, another structure is possible in which the upper part 4 is cap-like and receives the lower part 6 in the interior in a stamping operation, as in plastic self-inking stamp, for example, the "Printy 4.0" Trodat according to WO 2010/085828 A2 , the case is. In the rest position 12 is mounted on the impression unit 3 text plate 15 on a soaked with stamp ink stamp pad 16 in the pad receiving member 7, wherein in a stamping process for producing a stamp impression the impression unit 3 with the text plate 15 via the turning mechanism 11 from the rest position 12 via a rotational movement in the die position 14 is adjustable or is adjusted, that is, that the impression unit 3 is rotated about the axis 12, including the turning mechanism 11 is provided, in which a predetermined cam track 17, a rotation of the impression unit 3 is completed. Such turning mechanisms 11 or rotational movements are already known in such self-inking stamp 1, so it will not be discussed in detail. Only it should be noted that in the stamp 1 according to the invention a rigid slide track 17 is shown, but also a movable slide track (not shown) can be used. Of course, an equivalent structure of the components with a so-called central spar, as is known from the prior art possible, ie, that the same or aliquote parts are used, however, an additional central spar is used, in which a spring for resetting in the rest position 13 is arranged, wherein in the illustrated punch 1 in the side web 9,10 and lower part 6, this is arranged.
  • In the illustrated stamp 1, a combination of metal parts 18 and plastic parts 19 is used, wherein the metal parts 18 are arranged externally visible. The metal parts 18 are thereby pushed over the plastic parts 19 and engage via a latching connection, so that upon pressurization, the metal parts 18 take part of the pressure, ie, that the metal parts 18 support the plastic parts 19 in their rigidity, so that no bending of parts possible and thus an optimal impression with very high impression quality is achieved.
    The advantage of using a metal / plastic combination is that the plastic parts 19 can be dimensioned smaller in their wall thickness, since the metal parts 18 also receives a portion of the forces acting.
  • The structure of the illustrated stamp 1 takes place in the stamp component 2 in the form of a kit, ie, that the same parts of the stamp components 2 are used for a variety of versions of the stamp 1 such as tripod stamp 1 with a text plate as well as tripod stamp 1 with a MB unit (mounted-belt-unit) 19c, wherein the individualization takes place only by the onset of the impression unit 3.
  • Such a solution according to the invention for individualizing the stamp 1 is described in detail in FIGS 3 and 4 shown, for which purpose the entire impression unit 3, in particular a text plate carrier 20 and / or the date unit or MB unit 19c, interchangeably with the axis 12 or Achsansätzen 12 or Achsstummeln, that is not as in the prior art known, individual parts, in particular the MB unit 19c or the text plate 15, are interchangeably arranged, wherein the text plate carrier 20 remain contained in the stamp 1, but that in the inventive solution, the entire text plate carrier 20 with the axis 12 and Achsansätzte or stub axle are interchangeable.
  • In order for this to be possible, the slide track 17 of the turning mechanism 11 in the lower part 6 has an exchange channel 21. In the embodiment shown, this exchange channel 21 is arranged in the upper region near the cushion receiving element 7, wherein this position is equal to the change position 22 or exchange position for the Ink pad 16 and the impression unit 3 corresponds, ie, that in this position, the punch can be locked via a lock 23 so that it is no longer automatically put into the rest position 13 and thus simply the impression unit 3 and / or the ink pad 16, without to be able to keep the punch 1 pressed in this position, can be exchanged. Of course, it is possible that another own change position 22 may be formed for the impression unit 3 on the punch 1, which has proved to be a further advantageous position at the end of the slide track 17 in the position of the punch 14, since here the impression unit 3 can be exchanged down , Preferably, the exchange channel 21 in the upper region, in particular in a vertically extending portion of the link path 17, arranged so that a simple interruption of the slide track 17 is possible and the risk of tilting of the axle 12 in the transition from the slide track 17 to the exchange channel 21 is minimized , Furthermore, it is achieved that the change position 22 and thus the position of the exchange channel 21 is arranged such that for the exchange of the text plate carrier 20 which is arranged on the text plate carrier 20 text plate 15 is lifted from the ink pad 16. In this case, the exchange channel 21 extends in the upper region at an angle of 90 ° to the vertically extending end portion of the link path 17, ie that there is no danger that the impression unit 3 automatically jump into the exchange channel 21 through the 90 ° arrangement of the exchange channel 21 to the slide track 17 during the stamping process or can be distracted.
  • It is therefore essential that for the insertion of the impression unit 3, the stamp component 2 has a change position 22, the axes 12 or stub axles are assigned to the exchange channel 21 and thus the axes 12 or stub axles 12 out through the exchange channel 21 to the outside or in the stamp component 2 into it can be. So that the impression unit 3 can not slip out of the link path 17 during a stamping operation, it is provided that the exchange channel 21 can be closed by a closure cap 24. Thus, without cap 24, the slide track 17 is interrupted by the exchange channel 21 and fastened cap 24, the slide track 17 is circumferentially closed, that is, the end of the cap 24 is formed such that it matches the course of the slide track 17, so in the inserted State the slide track 17 is completely closed.
  • Furthermore, guide pins 25 for a receiving guide 26 on the text plate carrier 20 are arranged on the lower part 6 or on the turning mechanism 11. This is when Inserting the impression unit 3 in the illustrated embodiment, first the impression unit 3 is pushed onto the guide pin 25 so that it slides in a receiving guide 26, whereupon the impression unit 3 is introduced with the laterally projecting axes 12 or stub axles 12 via the exchange channel 21 with a slight rotational movement, until the axles 12 or stub axles abut against the slide track 17. Subsequently, the closure caps 24 can be used. The removal of the impression unit 3 takes place in reverse rich sequence.
  • In the illustrated embodiment according to the invention according to the FIGS. 3 and 4 is an exchange of the entire impression unit 3 with the axis 12 and Aschstummeln 12 described, including the slide track 17 is closed and closed in a change position 22, the impression unit 3 can be pulled out or used via the exchange channel 21. Of course, it is possible that the change position 22 or the exchange channel 21 opens at any point in the link path 17 and is connected to this, to the entire impression unit 3, in particular the text plate carrier 20, with the axis 12 and the stub axle 12th exchange.
  • In the FIGS. 5 and 6 In contrast, an embodiment is described in which the exchange of the impression unit 3 without interrupting the link path 17 can be made. However, it is necessary that the axle 12 or axle stub 12 are mounted or dismounted independently of the impression unit 3. In Fig. 6 the stamp component 2 is shown without metal parts 18 to show the interior of the structure can. As in Fig. 6 clearly visible, an existing for the provision of spring element 27 outside of a center 28 (shown in phantom) of the upper part 4 and lower part 6, wherein the bow-shaped upper part 4 and / or lower part 6, in particular in the metal parts 18 of the upper part 4 and / or Lower part 6), a closable Achswechselöffnung 29 is arranged for a continuous axle 12 or two axle stub 12 for retrofitting the text plate holder 20. Thus, it is now possible that, with appropriate positioning of the stamp component 2 in the corresponding change position 22, the axis 12 can be pushed in and out through the Achswechselöffnung 29, that is brought in the assembly of the stamp 1 in the change position 22, whereupon the impression unit 3 is first positioned in the lower part 6 and then pushed the axis 12 from the outside through the Achswechselöffnung 29 and the impression unit 3 therethrough and the Achswechselöffnung 29 is closed with a cap 24, wherein the disassembly after positioning in the change position 22, the caps 24 are removed, whereupon the axis 12 is pushed by the punch component 2 to the outside, so that the impression unit 3 after removing the axis 12th can be removed. It is also possible that no separate cap 24 is used, but that the Achswechselöffnung 29 is positioned so that it is closed with a component of the punch 1. Preferably, in this embodiment for the change position 22, a corresponding blocking position, which is activated via the lock 23, arranged.
  • Due to the arrangement of the spring element 27 outside the center 28, the slide track 17 of the turning mechanism 11 can be arranged in the middle 28, so that a simple structure for the stamp component 2, in particular for the rotational movement of the turning mechanism 11, is made possible. Thus, an ejection of the impression unit 3 is possible because the spring element 27 does not cover the axis 12 in the slide track 17, as is known from the prior art in such structures with bow-shaped upper part 4 without central spar.
  • However, it is also a training (not shown) possible in which the spring element 27 is arranged in the middle 28, but the link path 17 of the turning mechanism 11 and thus the axis 12 is arranged outside the center 28. At the same time the Achswechselöffnung 29 is arranged along the link path 17 correspondingly, so that the axis 12 can be pushed in and out, so that the Auswechselöffnung 29 is disposed outside the center 28.
  • In the two embodiments of the Fig. 3 to 6 It is advantageous that the stamp component 2 can be completed completely without the impression unit 3, wherein the individualization of the stamp 1 is then carried out by inserting the corresponding impression unit 3 with or without MB unit 19c. Another advantage lies in the assembly of the text plate 15 on the impression unit 3, since this can be done conveniently outside of the stamp 1, in particular the stamp component 2, directly on the impression unit 3.
  • However, if a stamp component 2 is used in which, for example, the impression unit 3 can not be easily retrofitted or dismantled, then can the handling of the assembly of the text plate 15 according to the embodiment in Fig. 7 be greatly simplified.
  • For this purpose, the slide track 17 of the turning mechanism 11 is formed such that the text plate carrier 21 is arranged in the compressed state via a frame 30 of the lower part 6 and / or a footprint 31 of the punch 1. In this case, this position is preferably a blocking position, in particular a mounting position 32, for attaching the text plate 15 is assigned via the lock 23, ie, that the punch 1 until the stop of the slide track 17, ie the end of the slide track 17 is pressed together, so then a text plate mounting surface 33 of the text plate carrier 21 projects beyond the frame 30 and / or the footprint 31 and the stamp component 2 can be fixed by pressing the lock 23 in this position. By overhanging the text plate mounting surface 33, it is now easily possible that with already applied double adhesive tapes 34, a protective film 35, as indicated schematically, can be removed, since a lateral access to the protective film 35 is easily possible. At the same time the alignment of the text plate 15 is simplified for sticking, since no webs, frame 30 or parts of the stamp 1 interfere with the handling.
  • Of course, it is also possible that this training also in the previously described FIGS. 1 to 6 , in particular during the subsequent customization by appropriate insertion of different impression units 3, can be used or can be used. Preferably, a self-releasing lock 23 is further used in this solution to simplify the assembly of the text plate 15, that after locking the stamp component 2 in the mounting position 32 of the user or stamping the stamp 1 squeezed briefly again, causing the lock 23 triggers and the stamp component 2 is moved back into the rest position 13.
  • Thus, the bow-shaped stamp 1 according to the invention with a in the Fig. 1 to 7 lock shown 23 may be equipped in the upper part 4, it is necessary that the lock 23 is constructed such that on the stamp component 2, a blocking element, in particular the lock 23, with movement-related locking bracket 36 for fixing the upper part 4 to the lower part 6 in one defined position is, wherein the locking bar 36 is arranged in the bow-shaped upper part 4, as shown in Fig. 8 is apparent.
  • In this case, the plastic part 19 of the upper part 4 a guide channel 37, in which the locking bracket 36 is inserted in the assembled state. The guide channel 37 is achieved by a U-shaped configuration of the plastic part 19 of the upper part 4, wherein this is completely or partially closed at the side webs 9,10 by a receiving elements 38. The receiving element 38 has a cavity (not shown) in which the spring element 27 is inserted from below, so that the receiving element 38 simultaneously serves as a guide for the spring element 27. Furthermore, the plastic part has openings 39, from which a ratchet hook 40 of the locking bar 36 protrudes upon activation of the locking bracket 36 arranged on the lock 23, ie that when not operating the lock 23, the latching hooks 40 in the plastic part 19 of the upper part 4, ie in the guide channel 37 are arranged, whereas upon actuation of the lock 23 of the locking bracket 36 is rotated via integrally formed pivot axes 41 and thus the latching hooks 40 are pivoted out of the openings 39 so that they can engage in the lower part 6 for fixing the punch 1 in a corresponding position. In order for such a rotational movement to be carried out, corresponding bearing elements for the pivot axes 41 are arranged in the plastic part 19 of the upper part 4, for which purpose the locking bar 36 merely has to be inserted into the guide channel 37. Subsequently, the metal part 18 of the upper part 4 is pushed onto the plastic part 19 of the upper part, wherein the locking takes place in the lower part at the part at the openings 39, to which the metal part 19 of the upper part 4 is formed in this area accordingly, that is, the metal part 19 of the upper part 4 is formed in the end region such that it has a latching surface 42 which engages in corresponding recess with an undercut (not shown) in the plastic part 19 of the upper part 4. Thus, the metal part 18 is pressed into the plastic part 19 of the upper part 4 and locked. Thus, in a stamping operation with high force, the metal part 18 can not be pressed into the guide channel 37, in the region of the guide channel 37 and in the support area of the metal part 18 a support groove 43 is arranged, which can be positioned such that when the metal part 18 of the Plastic part 19 receives a wall thickness 44 of the metal part 18 and the plastic part 19 terminates with the surface 4 of the metal part 19, that is, that the plastic part 19 of the upper part 4 completely absorbs. Of course, it is also possible that the locking bracket 36 does not terminate in the upper part 4, but this exits below the upper part 4 in the lower region of the upper part 4, so that it can engage in corresponding latching steps upon actuation of the lock 23 (not shown).
  • Furthermore, the plastic part 19 of the upper part still has a fastening stub 44a for the grip element 5, for which purpose a recess is arranged in the metal part 18 of the upper part 4, through which the attachment stub 44a can be inserted. The gripping element 5 is formed from at least two different materials 45, 46, wherein a material 45 is formed elastically for receiving compressive forces. In this case, the elastic material 45 is arranged for compressive force absorption in the transition region to the upper part 4, so that in a stamping process with excessive force first the punch 1 is pressed into the punch position 14 and then the elastic material 45 is pressed together. It is thus achieved that a very high excess force can be absorbed by the compression of the elastic material 45 on the handle element 5, so that the stamp components 2 suffer no damage.
  • As in Fig. 8 can be seen, the handle member 5 is a multi-part, in particular formed of two parts, wherein the first part of a base body 47 of the two different materials 45, 46 is formed and the second part can be attached as a cap 48. The cap 48 is preferably formed differently from the remaining plastic parts 19, and preferably has a different color. Furthermore, the cap 48 has a special front surface 49, which can be labeled with a laser, wherein due to the action of heat with the laser, the surface in this heated area changed and thus the stamp can be personalized or labeled. The material used for this purpose preferably a plastic mixture with color change. The lasering of the cap 48 can take place without the stamp component 2 and is then merely attached to the mounted base body 47 of the stamp component 2.
  • With appropriate training and use of the elastic material 45, it is also possible that the main body 47 is formed entirely of the elastic material 45 and the further material 46, the cap 48 is formed. It is also possible that between the handle member 5 and the upper part 4, an extra part of the elastically deformable and recoverable material 45, in particular an intermediate insert (not shown) is attached, that is pushed onto the mounting sleeve 44 before attaching the handle element 5, so that this element can then absorb excess force.
  • As in a further embodiment according to Fig. 9 shown, it is also possible that the handle member 5 is resiliently secured via a damping device on the upper part. The damping device can be formed from a spring or also filled with liquid or gas shock absorbers, wherein the damping device 50 is guided on the one hand in the main body 47 of the handle member 5 and mounted on the other hand mounted or secured in the mounting sleeve 44. Preferably, the lower portion of the base body 47 is in turn formed with an elastic material so as not to block the damping device when the damping device 50 is compressed by impact. In this case, the elastic material 45 may be formed to support force or merely as a cover which deforms without great force, serve. Of course, it is also possible here that an intermediate insert (not shown) can be used.
  • In the 10 to 14 the items of the stamp 1 of the invention are shown. In particular, it will be discussed only on the lower part 6, since the upper part 4 already in detail in Fig. 8 and 9 has been described. It should be noted that to better distinguish the metal parts 18 and plastic parts 19, these are provided with the appendix a, b, where a parts of the upper part and b define parts of the lower part.
  • How better now Fig. 10 is seen, the stamp 1 to the already known parts still a preferably transparent window member 51 that in a simple manner on the lower part 6, in particular on the plastic part 19b, can be plugged and latching elements, in particular locking lugs 52, is attached. The window element 51 serves to enable a pattern imprint (not shown) to be placed on a surface 53 of the plastic part 19b, whereupon the window element 51 is subsequently placed, so that the user can recognize the pattern imprint from above. In this case, it is also possible for the window element 51 to be connected to the lower part 6, in particular the plastic part 19b, via a rotary joint, so that the window element 51 can be opened and closed.
  • Furthermore, the stamp 1 or the stamp component 2 has an individualizing surface 54. The individualization surface 54 is exchangeable, in particular pluggable, and is formed, for example, via a latching connection, in particular a latching hook 55 and a latching opening 56, attached. It is also possible that the individualization surface is formed in several parts, so that for example an outer surface 57 is formed with a high-quality material, such as platinum, gold, silver, etc., which is used in a preferably made of plastic frame (not shown). This has the advantage that the frame is easy to produce for the locking connection and the high-quality cost-intensive surface is possible simply designed.
  • Preferably, however, the individualization surface 54 is formed with a laserable plastic, as this is used for the cap 48. The colors of the cap 48 and the individualization surface 54 are preferably identical. The labeling or lasering with individual texts, logos, etc. takes place independently of the stamp component 2, so that it can then only be pressed on.
  • In the stamp 1, the window member 51 is formed such that it protrudes over a partial area through a window extension 58 of the front surface of the lower part 6. As a result, when the individualizing surface 54 is inserted, the window element 51 covers the individualizing surface 54 and thus protects it from damage. Of course, it is possible that the window member 51 is formed in two parts, wherein a window member 51 can be fastened for the pattern print and the second window member 51 is used for the customization surface 54. As a preferred material for the customization surface 54, a plastic mixture with color change has been found, as this changes the surface color in a laser process and can be engraved according to the wishes of the user. For this purpose, for example, the company logo, the name, the Internet address, etc. of a stamp specialist dealer or even the company logo, a product brand, etc. of the / use the stamp company
    Furthermore, it is possible that the individualization surface 54 has a cavity (not shown) in which a chip or other identification system can be arranged so that a corresponding tracking is possible for special use of the stamp 1.
  • Due to the special subsequent individualization of the stamp component 2 by the individualization surface 54 and the cap 48, a low-cost order production with a quantity of 1 is possible because the component 2 can be finished in large numbers and subsequently the cap 48, the customization surface 54 and the impression unit 3, that is, that the stamp components 2 for subsequent individualization by attaching one or more replaceable elements, in particular an individualization surface 54, a cap 48 and an impression unit 3, is formed.
  • Namely, it is merely known from the state of the art that the cap 48 of the stamp 1 can be individually adapted and exchanged, whereas other parts or elements of the stamp component 2 can be exchanged only with great effort, namely directly during production or in the assembled state of the stamp. can be printed or lasered, so that a so-called contract manufacturing with a quantity of 1 is possible only at high cost. If a part is printed or lasered after the production, it must be ensured during assembly that the correct parts are used, so that a very large source of error arises, which is avoided by the subsequent customization, since the parts in the assembled state of the stamp attached and can be removed again. When lasering or printing the stamp component 2 directly, the disadvantage is that for this purpose a corresponding device and laser is needed in which the stamp 1 can be inserted.
  • Like now further in Fig. 10 can be seen, the stamp component 2 on two Aufstandselemente 59, which are formed simultaneously for centering and fixing of the metal part 18b in the plastic part 19b. In this case, the riot elements 59 have the contact area 31 on which the ram 1 is placed, wherein these, in particular the contact area 31, are designed to be non-slip. The riot element 59 further has a latching element 60 for fixing in the plastic part 19b. Furthermore, a guide pin 61 is arranged for the spring element 27. The riot element 59 is mounted on the lower part 6, that after positioning of the metal part 18b on the plastic part 19 b, the uprising element 59 is inserted from below into a recess 62 in the metal part 18b, whereupon the locking element 60 (not shown) snaps into detent openings. Preferably, the uprights 59 have guide grooves 63, as in FIG Fig. 11 can be seen, in which the metal part 18 b is positioned and centered during insertion becomes. At the same time, the guide pin 61 protrudes into a receiving channel 64 of the plastic part 19b.
  • The plastic part 19b of the lower part 6 furthermore has an angled surface 66 which extends into an inner space 65 and is polished. In order to achieve good handling in an MB unit 19c arranged on the impression unit 3, a central area 67 is tapered, that is to say that the central area 67 has a smaller width 68 than in the upper or lower area. Namely, by this tapering, the user can easily grasp the lower part 6, in particular the plastic part 19b and the metal part 18b, with the thumb and forefinger and make an adjustment to the adjusting wheels of the MB unit 19c.
  • Furthermore is in Fig. 11 it can be seen that the pad receiving element 7 is designed to be open downwards, that is to say in the direction of the interior 65 of the plastic part 19b, with only one guide web 69 being arranged on both sides for guiding the stamp pad 16. On the opposite side is the patented patent pending attachment system for an ink pad EP 2 384 283 B1 and EP 2 591 921 B1 arranged so that it will not be discussed in more detail. It is in Fig. 11 the plastic part 19b through an opening 70 an angular surface 71 with the means 72 arranged thereon for fixing the ink pad 16 can be seen. The angled surface 71 is not carried out continuously, but interrupted, as can be seen. This has the reason that upon insertion or removal of the ink pad 16, the angled surface 71 can be pressed into the opening 70, which has been found to be an advantageous development.
  • Due to the special design of the metal part 18b, a fastening element 73 is arranged on the upper side 53 within the side surface. The fastening element 73 corresponds to a protruding into the height pin 74 with a ramp 75. The pin 74 with the ramp 75 are formed deformable and can be pressed down into the interior 65. During assembly of the metal part 18b presses due to the ramp 75, the metal part 18b the pin 74 toward the interior 65, wherein upon reaching the correct position of the metal part 18b of the pin 74 snaps upwards and fixed the metal part 18b, that is, the metallic elements of outside in the formed plastic upper and lower parts 4, 6 can be placed and these are fixed on the fastening system on the upper and lower parts 4, 6.
  • For this purpose, a corresponding fastening element 76 is arranged on the metal part 18b. As can be seen, the metal part 18b is no longer U-shaped as known in the art, but the metal part 18b has an O-shape 77 with an upper surface 78 of the O-shape 77 broken, ie in particular in the upper region, that is to say on the upper side 78, the ends of the metal part 18b are directed towards one another and are fastened on the upper side 53 of the plastic part 19b.
  • In principle, it is possible for the metal part 18b to be completely o-shaped 77 closed and corresponding recesses (not shown) to receive the upper part 4, in particular the upper side 53 of the plastic part 19b, the plastic part 19b being inserted laterally. However, care must be taken to ensure that no parts of the plastic part 19b, except the movable fastening element 73 project over the metal part 18.
  • In the illustrated embodiment, however, the upper side 53 of the plastic part 19b is formed reinforced and protrudes beyond the metal part 18b, so that the O-shape 77 is interrupted on the surface 78 for ease of assembly. At the same time the fastening element 73 is arranged with the pin 74 and ramp 75 in the end region of the reinforced upper side 53, wherein additionally a guide web 79 is arranged, so that the metal part 18 can be inserted below and thus protected against lifting. At the same time the resulting channel for the metal part 18 is closed by a web 81, so that the assembly, in particular the sliding of the metal part 18b on the plastic part 19b only in one direction is possible. This design has the advantage that thus the fastening system 73 can be easily formed, since the assembly always takes place only from one direction.
  • As in Fig. 11 can be seen, the metal part 18b also has the taper 67, so that the handling is given in relation to an adjustment of a Verstellrades the MB unit 19c. As previously mentioned, in the lower region, which merges in a radius 82 from a bottom 83 in the vertical side surfaces 84, whereupon the metal part 18b in turn extends from the side surfaces 84 on the same or a different radius 82 on the top 78. On the underside 83, a large recess 85 is arranged to form a stamp imprint on the impression unit 3, ie, that in assembled condition the impression unit 3 in the position of the punch 14 through the exception 85 protrudes.
  • Furthermore, in the transition region of the underside 83 to the side surfaces 84, the recesses 62 are arranged for the riot element 59, so that it can be inserted and fixed.
  • In order to connect now the upper part 4 with the lower part 6, 78 receiving openings 86 is arranged in the transition region between the side surfaces 84 and the upper side through which the bow-shaped upper part 4 is inserted through the metal part 18b in the receiving channel 64, or is positioned therein. The receiving channel 64 is formed such that on the one hand the bow-shaped upper part 4 is arranged and on the other hand receives the spring element 27 for automatic return to the rest position 13. At the same time locking recesses 87 are arranged in the receiving channel 64 for locking over the lock 23 at the corresponding positions, in which engages the latching hook 40. In this case, three recesses 87 and thus three locking positions are possible in the stamp 1, in which the stamp 1 is fixed.
  • The assembly of the stamp 1, in particular the stamp component 2, for example, takes place such that first the upper part 3 is built together, for which purpose the locking clip 36 with the lock 23, in particular the lock button, is inserted into the plastic part 19a, whereupon the metal part 18b is pushed is locked and corresponded. Subsequently, the base body 47 of the handle element 5 is placed on the attachment piece 44, so that the upper part 4 is assembled with mounted handle element 5 built together. In the lower part 6, the metal part 18b is pushed over the plastic part 19b, so that the metal part 18b engages on the upper side 53 of the plastic part 19b. Subsequently, the two uprights 59 are inserted from below into the recesses 62 and center and fix the metal part 18b additionally in the plastic part 19b, wherein the guide pin 61 protrudes into the receiving channel 64 closed by the metal part 18b. The spring element 27 is now inserted from above through the receiving opening 86 in the receiving channel 64 and thereby placed on the guide pin 61. Finally, only the upper part 4 is inserted through the receiving recess 86, wherein the spring element 27 is received in the receiving element 38.
  • Thus, the upper part 4 can not be easily pulled out of the receiving channel 64, this is a guide system 88 is provided that from a guide rail 89 in the receiving channel 64 and a guide knob (not visible) on the upper part 4, in particular on the plastic part 19 a, is formed, wherein the Guide knobs preferably resiliently designed so that they can be deformed or avoided when inserting. When assembling the upper part 4 with the lower part 6 of the upper part 4 is pressed with a certain force in the direction of a footprint 91, so that the guide knob snaps into the guideway 89, in which then then the upper part 4 can move, the guideway 89 by two end stops 92 is limited. This ensures that the upper part 4 can not be easily pulled out of the guide channel 64.
  • Of course, it is also possible that the punch 1 is equipped without the guide system 88, so that the upper part 4 is simply inserted into the receiving channel 64. The upper part 4 can then be fixed by actuating the barrier 23 until an impression unit 3 is inserted. In such a system for replacing the impression unit 3, it is necessary that the upper part 4 is decoupled from the impression unit 3, for which purpose a corresponding receiving channel 90 for the axle 12 or axle stub 12 is arranged in the upper part 4, ie that in the change position 22nd the exchange channel 21 in the lower part 6 and the receiving channel 90 are arranged in the upper part 4 on a same plane, so that the axis 12 can be inserted and is arranged in the receiving channel 90 for fixing the upper part 4 with the lower part 6. If the exchange channel 21 is closed, then the upper part 4 is coupled to the lower part 6 via the impression unit 3.
  • By merging the upper part 4 with the lower part 6, the assembly of the stamp component 2 is completed. Subsequently, the stamp component 2 can still be individualized according to the wishes of the customer, in which a customer-selected cap 48, a corresponding selected individualization surface 54 and the desired impression unit 3 are used, so that the stamp 1 is constructed. Thus, it is possible for the first time that the stamp component 2, the impression unit 3, the cap 48 (without lettering or laser) and the individualization surface 54 can be produced in large numbers, but then can be set arbitrarily for individualization. In particular, the cap 48 and the Customization surface 54 can be easily printed or laser-cut and subsequently used so that order processing in quantity 1 is possible.
  • In the FIGS. 14 to 17 the formation of the ink pad 16 is shown and described, wherein, as previously mentioned, the applicant's fastening system is used. In this case, the ink pad 16 comprises at least one carrying device 93 for receiving an ink-soaked pad 94, wherein the carrying device 93 is open on one side, in particular the side which is associated with an impression unit 3 in the die 1, and the carrying device 93 on a longitudinal side 95 a grip member 96 for positioning in the punch 1 or removal from the punch 1 is arranged. As can further be seen, over an area of the narrow sides 97, an angled surface 98 with means 99 arranged thereon for fastening in the stamp 1 is arranged.
  • It is now provided that the ink pad 16 on that longitudinal side 95 on which the grip element 96 is arranged, a contact protection 100 which extends over an upper edge 101 of the open support device 93. The contact protection 100 corresponds to an extension of the longitudinal side 95. This ensures that when used ink pad 16, as in Fig. 14 it can be seen that the contact protection 100 extends in the direction of the interior 65 of the lower part 4, so that the accessibility to the cushion 94 is made more difficult and thus the contact protection 100 protects against contamination with ink. In particular, this is of particular advantage when the punch 1 is pressed together and the user wants to make a setting in the interior 65 on adjusting wheels 102 of the MB unit 19c, since the user no longer uses the fingers, in particular the back of the fingers, to cushion 94 can get. In Fig. 14 For this purpose, the MB unit 19c is formed as a date with central adjustment 103, so that four Verstellräder 102 are provided, the punch 1 is shown in the rest position 13, in which the MB unit 19c and the text plate 15 (not shown) on the pad 94th abut the ink pad 16 for ink absorption.
  • On the opposite side of the punch 1, the protection is formed by the individualization surface 54, for example. The individualization surface 54 and the contact protection 100 preferably protrude equally far in the direction of the contact surface 91. Another advantage of the contact protection 100 is that when pulling out or inserting and holding the ink pad 16, the user does not use his finger slip more into the pad 94, since the contact protection 100 extends sufficiently far over the top edge 101.
  • Furthermore, the ink pad 16 has on the outside of the carrying device 93 one or more guide and / or stop grooves 102a (according to FIG Fig. 15 ), so that when inserting the ink pad 16 in the pad receiving member 7, the ink pad 16 on the one hand led and / or limited, that in the stamp 1 corresponding corresponding projections (not shown) are arranged, so when inserting the ink pad 16 these projections Serve stop and the ink pad 16 can not be pushed too far into the pad receiving element 7 into it. As a result, a positioning of the stamp pad 16 is formed via the guide and / or stop grooves 102a and the projections. It is also possible to arrange the means vice versa, ie to arrange the guide and / or stop grooves in the punch and the projections on the ink pad 16th
  • In the Fig. 18 to 23 is an embodiment of the stamp 1, in particular a tripod stamp 1, first described and shown with a cap 104, wherein in Fig. 18 the punch 1 is cut and without cap 104, however, shown in the position with cap 104.
  • The closure cap 104 comprises at least one plate-shaped cover 105 with protruding side walls 106, wherein the cover 105 is slidable on the underside of the lower part 6 of the punch 1 and the side walls are designed for fixing to the punch 1, ie, that the closure cap 104 is no longer as is known from the prior art, is placed on the stamp, but that the cap 104 is pushed. For this purpose, the stamp 1 is first brought into the stamp position 14, whereupon the cap 104 is laterally pushed onto the lower part 6, so that the cap 105 protects the text plate 15 and the side walls 106 covered the interior 65 of the lower part 6 and simultaneously without actuation of the lock 23 of the stamp 1 is held in this position, in particular the stamp position 14 of the cap 104.
  • The covering of the inner space 65 has the advantage that no dirt can thereby reach the exposed ink-impregnated pad 94. At the same time it is also avoided that a user can reach into the interior 65. Of course it is but also possible that the side walls 106 protrude only slightly laterally on the lower part 6, to allow the sliding of the closure cap 104.
  • In order for such a solution of the closure cap 104 to be possible, a corresponding holding system 107 is arranged for this purpose. The holding system 107 has in the inner space 108 of the closure cap 104 a support surface 109 or notch, whereas on the text plate carrier 20 of the impression unit 3 holding elements 110 are arranged. The closure cap 104 preferably has the shape of the lower part 6 with the taper in the middle region 67. In order to facilitate the handling for the removal of the closure cap 104, recesses 111 are provided on the cap 105, which are designed such that they do not become dirty in accordance with the insurgency element 59, so that the user does not become dirty when reaching into the recesses. Thus, it is possible that with deferred cap 104 to remove the cap 104, the user turns the stamp 1 and engages with the thumb and forefinger of one hand in the Aussparrungen 111, whereupon he then simply and safely pulls the cap 104 laterally. In this case, it is also possible for the recess 111 to have a bottom surface (not shown) which is formed on the cover cap 105 via side walls, so that the user can no longer come into contact with the text plate 15 when engaging in the recess 111. How better Fig. 23 can be seen, the closure cap 104 may also have a support surface 112, on which the lower part 6 can be placed. Of course, it is also possible that the attachment of the closure cap 104 may be constructed vice versa, for example, on the cap 104, the holding element 110 are arranged and on the text plate carrier 20 corresponding notches 109 are present, into which the holding elements 110 engage with the cap 104 pushed. Thus, a secure hold of the cap 104 is ensured on the stamp 1. Moreover, it is possible that the closure cap 104 can also be pushed without the impression unit 3, wherein due to the shaping, the stamp component 2 holds in the stamp position or in a closed position. It is also possible that on the stamp component 2, the support surface 109 or the support member 110 is arranged.
  • In order for an optimal alignment of the text plate 15 can be made, it is possible that the double-sided adhesive tape 34 with a grid 113 (schematically indicated) is provided, so that after the application of the double-sided adhesive tape 34 on the text plate mounting surface 33, the text plate 15 can be easily positioned and glued according to the grid 113. When used with a double-sided adhesive tape 34, it has been found that the positioning of the double-sided adhesive tape 34 provided with the grid 113 is very complicated, since this must be aligned exactly.
  • Another solution, as in the WO 2014/172738 A1 has the disadvantage that only special transparent double adhesive tapes 34 can be used here, so that it is possible to see through the transparent double-sided adhesive tape 34 onto the grid 113 of the lasered text plate mounting surface 33. Another disadvantage is that by applying a double-sided adhesive tape 34 very thin lines are no longer visible.
  • Now, the double-sided adhesive tape 34, in particular a so-called SB stamped part (self-adhesive tape stamping) for attaching the text plate 15, with the two adhesive layers 114 and a transparent or non-transparent support medium 115, as in Fig. 7 shown schematically, applied to the text plate mounting surface 33, whereupon subsequently via a laser device (not shown), the grid 113 is generated by lasering the support medium 115. This is achieved in an advantageous manner that any double-sided adhesive tape 34 can be used with or without transparent support medium 115, wherein the sticking to the text plate mounting surface 33 is carried out without alignment and then the grid 113 corresponding to the text plate mounting surface 33 is aligned.
  • When using an impression unit 3 according to the invention the double-sided adhesive tape 34 is glued directly to the text plate mounting surface 33, whereupon the entire impression unit 3 is inserted into a receiving element of a laser device and the grid 113 is aligned accordingly. It is also possible that labels (not shown) in addition to the grid 113 can be arranged. Aliquot, it is also possible that prior to adhering the double-sided adhesive tape 34 directly on the double-sided adhesive tape 34, the grid 113 is applied by laser and then the double-sided adhesive tape 34 is adhered. This has the Advantage that a double-sided adhesive tape 34 is used with an opaque support medium 115 and any grid 34 and any label can be applied, as when a double-sided adhesive tape 34 already provided with grid 113 is used. In order for optimum lasering to occur, it is possible that the double-sided adhesive tape 34 is first adhered to a substrate (not shown), followed by lasering of the substrate 115, whereupon the double-sided adhesive tape 34 is peeled off and onto the textplate mounting surface 33 is glued.
  • Another advantage of such a laser one SB stamped part 34 and double-sided adhesive tape 34 is that the text plate mounting surface 33 is not damaged or dirty, so that a secure halt is guaranteed. When lasing directly on the surface, it can come to bumps due to the effect of heat, which is no longer ensured that the double-sided adhesive tape 34 rests over its entire surface. Furthermore, it is possible that instead of a grid 113 other forms for positioning and centering the text plate 15 can be used up. Preferably, rectangles are used that correspond to the standardized text plate sizes. For this purpose, the size information can also be applied to the carrier medium 115, so that a simple orientation is achieved.
  • An essential part of the figures described above corresponds to the impression unit 3 for a stamp 1 as described, wherein the impression unit 3 comprises a text plate carrier 20 for receiving a text plate 15 and / or an MB unit 19c, wherein the text plate carrier 20 has a receiving guide 26th for receiving a guide pin 25 of the punch 1 and a preferably usable or fixed axle 12 or journal 12 or stub axle for forming a rotary movement in the punch 1, and the impression unit 3 as such used and / or replaceable formed for a stamp component 2 of the punch 1 is. In this case, the text plate carrier 20 with different components, in particular for date or IBAN, with chip, RFID, stamp counter, etc., equipped, including corresponding holding elements and / or recordings are arranged on the text plate carrier 20. Describe and shown is here only a training for an MB unit 19c as date or as pure text plates, ie, that a variety of structures of the impression unit 3 are possible, which can be used in the stamp component 2, for which purpose also an electronic training of the impression unit. 3 possible is. If, in fact, no continuous axle 12 is used, but only stub axles or stub axles, then the text plate carrier 20 can be constructed in a U-shaped manner, wherein the space between the two outer legs can be designed as desired. As previously described in detail, the impression unit 3 is designed for insertion or removal via the exchange channel 21 of the stamp component 2
  • Preferably, the text plate carrier 20, in particular a text plate mounting surface, is formed with a so-called TPO attachment (Text Plate Only attachment) for the text plate. For example, at the impression unit 3, the text plate 15 may be mounted on a support plate, wherein the support plate is positioned via a fastening system with frictional engagement on the impression unit, in particular on the text plate carrier, wherein preferably on the support plate a plurality of elevations are provided which engage in corresponding recesses or recordings and the connection is made via the friction of the surfaces between the elevations and the receptacles.
  • In the construction described above, essentially a stamp 1 is formed from two different materials, in particular the metal parts 18, 18a, 18b and the plastic parts 19, 19a and 19b. Here, the metal parts 18,18a, 18b formed by a brushed or chrome-plated or polished steel, whereas the plastic parts 19, 19a and 19b, in particular the upper part 4 and the lower part 6, from recycled plastic, ABS, POM or the like. Is formed. In particular, as the handle material, a polymer of the PA type, for the side parts of an ABS type can be used, for the shock absorber, a simple or metered, filled with liquid or gaseous medium cylinder can be used.
  • Due to the structure, it is also possible that the metal parts 18,18a, 18b by a replacement plastic parts 117, as in Fig. 24 can be replaced. Preferably, the replacement plastic parts 117 are produced with a different color than the plastic parts 19, 19a and 19b of the upper parts 4 and lower parts 6, in turn, to achieve a corresponding design. As a result, the manufacturing cost can be significantly reduced, so that a so-called cheap rail can be made, but has all the options of the existing metal and plastic stamp 1. In Fig. 25 a further embodiment variant is described, in which now no removable and replaceable individualization surface 54 is used more, but a side face 120 shown is preferably formed integrally by the plastic part 19b of the lower part 6. The window member 51 is formed such that it extends from the surface of the lower part 6 at least over a partial region of the side surface 120 of the lower part 6, wherein between the window member 51 and the lower part 6, a free space is arranged, in which a cardboard insert 121 is inserted. Preferably, the window elements 51 is supported in the edge region on the lower part 6, whereby the free space for the cardboard insert 121 is formed therebetween, that is, between the lower part 6 and the window element 51.
  • In order now to achieve individualization of the stamp 1, the cardboard insert 121 extends from the upper side 122 onto the side surface 120, wherein that region on the side surface 120 is arranged, for example, by a colored printing area 123 corresponding to the remaining individualizing elements, in particular the gripping element 5 is customizable. It is also possible for both the upper area on the upper side 122 of the cardboard insert and the area on the side area 120 to be printable. Preferably, a company logo of the customer can be printed on the area of the side surface 120, in particular in the printing region 123.
  • In this case, it is also possible for the window element 51 to have two separate free spaces or insert areas, in particular a free space or insert area for the top side 122 and a free space or insert area for the side area 120. The cardboard insert 121 is then also divided into two and is inserted once in the upper free space or storage space for the upper side 122 and one in the lateral free space or insert area for the side surface 120. Basically, it is possible that one or both areas on the window element 51 for inserting the cardboard inserts 121 are equipped with guide slots (not shown) or the like, so that the cardboard insert 121 is simply inserted. Preferably, it has been found that the arrangement in the area for the side surface 120 with such guide slots is advantageous because thereby the cardboard insert 121 is inserted laterally, and thus when placing or removing the window member 51, the cardboard insert 121 can not fall out.
  • Furthermore, in the FIGS. 26 and 27 a variant embodiment shown in which a new handle element 5 is used on the stamp 1. The difference to that in Fig. 8 described grip element 5 is that now the handle member 5 consists of three different items to achieve a greater variety of possible variations in color design.
  • In this case, the first part is formed as a base body 124, on which a fastening means 125 for attachment to the punch 1 has. The attachment can be done by simply plugging and / or locking the bow-shaped upper part 4 or it is also possible that a screw through the bow-shaped upper part 4 takes place in the body 124. Furthermore, the base body 124 has one or more stiffening elements 126 in the interior, which can be used simultaneously for the fixation of a further individual part.
  • In contrast to the embodiment in Fig. 8 Now the second item, namely a so-called frame member 127, attached to the body 124 and inserted, which is attached via a cap 128, that is, the frame member 127 is simply positioned on the body 124 and is and by attaching the cap 128 on Base 124 is attached or is. For this purpose, corresponding stiffening and fastening means 129 are arranged on the cap 128, so that by simply plugging together the cap 128 together with the frame element 127 is fastened or fastened to the base body
  • In the embodiment shown, the base body 124, so the handle base, set from the top of the bow-shaped upper part 4 and thus centered on the upper part 4 on the preferably centrally disposed mandrel, wherein in this embodiment no locking takes place on the mandrel. Subsequently, the cap 128, so the upper handle, pushed from the front into the handle base and takes over the locking on the mandrel of the upper part 4, thus the base 124 is clamped and secured. However, before the upper handle part, ie the cap 128, is fastened, the frame element 127, which is designed as a decorative part, is latched onto the upper part of the handle, that is to say the cap 128.
  • Of course, it is also possible that the items, in particular the frame member 127 and the cap 128, is independently attached to the base 124 or the previously arranged item, ie, that, for example, the frame member 127 and the cap 128 corresponding locking elements, so that the items only plugged and locked.
  • It is also possible that the solution is formed in the form of different materials in order to achieve the damping effect and the individualization by means of lasers. In this case, the base body 124 is completely formed from the elastic material 45 and the further material 46 forms the cap 128.
  • In the Fig.28 to 30 an embodiment of the construction of the lower part 6 is shown, wherein the lower part 6 now of three parts, namely the metal part 18b, the plastic part 19b and a cover plate 130, is formed. The metal part 18b is in turn formed o-shaped 77, so that an attachment on the surface 53 of the plastic part 19b takes place. For this purpose, guide grooves 131 are provided on the surface 53, into which the two ends 132, 133 of the metal part 18b can be pushed, so that they rest and are positioned in the guide depressions 131. So that the metal part 18b is correctly positioned when sliding the metal part 18b onto the plastic part 19b, a stop face 134 is arranged on the surface 54 of the plastic part 19b, so that the metal part 18b can be slid up to this stop face 134. The ends 132, 133 have in the contact region 135 to the stop surface 134 corresponding gradations, so that a positive engagement is guaranteed.
  • Such a representation with the plastic part 19b pushed on metal part 18b is in Fig. 29 shown, in which the cover plate 130 is not mounted. It can also be seen from this that the o-shaped metal part 18b rests on the surface 53 and is thus fastened, and not, as is known from the prior art, on the side surfaces of the plastic part.
  • For fastening the cover plate 130, the metal part 18b again has the receiving opening 86, through which appropriate fastening and positioning means can be inserted through in order to lock in the plastic part 19b. For this purpose, latching elements 136 are arranged on the cover plate 130, corresponding locking openings 137 being arranged on the plastic part 19b, so that the latching elements 136 can be positioned or inserted through the receiving opening 86 into corresponding latching openings 137 on the plastic part 19b. So that the frame, in particular metal part 18b, is positioned correctly, additional guide frame 138 are arranged on the cover plate 130, which bear against the edge of the receiving openings 86 and thus position the metal part 18b.
  • Furthermore, a recess 139 is arranged on the cover plate 130, which receives the stop surface 134 when the cover plate 130 is mounted, and thus a beautiful finish is created, as is the case Fig. 30 it can be seen, in which all three elements of the lower part 6, namely the metal part 18b, the plastic part 19b and the cover plate 130, are assembled together. When assembled, it is also easy to see how the cover plate 130 fixes and embeds the metal part 18b on the surface 53. However, in order for the bow-shaped upper part 3, consisting of the metal part 18a and plastic part 19a, to be mounted on the lower part 6, the cover plate 130 has receiving openings 140 through which the upper part 3 is inserted so that it is fastened in the lower part 6 and a stamp 1 can be provided according to the figures described above.
  • It can therefore be said that, in contrast to the previously described embodiment, the metal part 18b is no longer connected or fastened directly to the plastic part 19b of the lower part 6, but that the metal part 18b of the lower part 6 over the cover plate 130 on the plastic part 19b of the lower part. 6 fixed or connected.
  • Furthermore, in the Fig. 31 to 39 shown further improved embodiments for the lock 23, wherein the lock 23, in particular the locking bracket 36 is mounted on a return spring 145, so that by the force of the return spring 145 on the lock 23 in the rest position of the punch 1 in a defined position 146, in the lock 23 is inactive is arranged.
  • In the illustrated punch 1, the lock 23 is formed by a locking bar 36 which is formed in the bow-shaped upper part 4 and for fixing the upper part 3 with the lower part 6 by the engagement of the latching hooks 40, but wherein the formation of the lock 23 with a return spring 145 in other stamp assemblies, such as an office stamp with central spar, in which the lock is located in the central spar, can be used. The basic structure and function of the locking clip 36 is similar to the embodiments described above, so that it can be seen therefrom and is not repeated.
  • Thus, the use of the return spring 145 is possible, a receiving surface 146 is disposed on the lock 23, abuts one end of the return spring 145, wherein the other end of the return spring 145 on a support surface 147 or integrally with the spring element 27, as described later , is trained. The receiving surface 146 may simply have by a corresponding large area for receiving the preferably round formed return spring 145, or it may for example be arranged a hemispherical elevation on the receiving surface 146 for centering the return spring 145, which fits into the interior of the round return spring 145. It is also possible for protrusions (not shown) to be arranged around the receiving surface 146, so that the return spring 146 can be inserted therebetween and thus a lateral guide is present.
  • By the return spring 145 is now achieved that the lock 23 is pressed in the inactive state, ie in the rest position, always in a defined position or arranged, ie, that the return spring 145, the lock 23, in particular the locking bracket 36 against the support surface 147, preferably upwards, press, so that the latching hooks 40 are out of engagement, in particular within the bow-shaped upper part 4, are. Thus, it is prevented that in a powerful stamping operation, the lock 23 automatically comes through a slight rotational or translational movement into engagement with the lower part 6 and the punch 1 is locked by itself.
  • In the FIGS. 32 to 38 Now, an embodiment is shown in detail, in which a spring 148 is formed integrally for the punch 1 and is formed by the spring elements 27 and the return spring 145, that is, that the spring 148 is formed of two different areas with two different tasks, wherein the spring element 27 for the return of the punch 1 in the rest position 13 and the return spring 145, the lock 23 is responsible in a defined position in the upper part 4. As in Fig. 33 can be seen, the spring element 27 is formed over a length 149, whereas the return spring 145 has a length 150. Furthermore, the two areas, so the spring element 27 and the return spring 145, different windings, due to the formation of the turns corresponding force ratios can be set or defined.
  • Unlike the in Fig. 31 shown locking bracket 36, the locking bracket 36 in the FIGS. 31 to 36 an enlarged receiving surface 146 so that the return spring 145 can be better positioned. This also makes it possible to use additional tools for positioning, if necessary. The receiving surface 146 is arranged on the two side elements 151, whereas in the embodiment of the Fig. 39 the receiving surface 146 and the return spring 145 is arranged in the upper transverse element 152 connecting the side elements 151. Furthermore, it can be seen from the illustration that the pivot axis 41 are likewise arranged on the side elements 151, over which the locking bracket 36 is pivoted or rotated upon actuation of the lock 23, so that the latching hooks 40 arranged at the end of the side elements 151 are adjusted or swiveled ,
  • Out Fig. 33 it can be seen how the locking bar 36 is installed in the lower part 6, wherein the receiving surface 146 is arranged in the direction of the receiving element 38 of the spring element 27. Thus, the one-piece spring 148, consisting of the areas of the spring element 27 and the return spring 145, can be used, an opening 153 is arranged on the receiving elements 38, which correspond to a diameter 154 of the return spring 145, whereas a diameter 155 of the spring element 27 is larger in that the spring element 27 is supported in the region of the opening 153 of the receiving element 38, ie that an end face 156 of the receiving element 38 with the opening 153 arranged therein for supporting the spring element 27 is formed Fig. 34 can be seen, in which the spring 148 is installed.
  • In the FIGS. 37 and 38 is the operation of the spring-operated lock 23, in particular of the locking bracket 36 can be seen. This is in Fig. 37 an inactive position 157, in which the lock 23 is arranged in the rest position shown, whereas in Fig. 38 an active position 158, in which the lock 23 has been actuated in the assembled state of the punch 1 in engagement with the lower part 6, is shown. From the inactive position 157 it can be seen that the return spring 145 of the spring 148 in the direction of an arrow 159 exerts a force on the receiving surface 146, so that the locking bracket 36 is pushed so upward that the latching hooks 40 are located within the upper part 4 and thus can not come into engagement with the lower part 6. In the active position 158, the lock 23 has been actuated, so that against the force of the spring 148, in particular the return spring 145, as shown by the arrow 159, the locking bracket 36 has been pivoted about the pivot axis 41, so that the latching hooks 40 from the top protrude and lock in assembled stamp 1 in the lower part 6 when the stamp 1 is pressed together.
  • In this case, the locking bracket 36 and the upper part 4 due to the acting forces of the return spring 145 and the spring element 27 strives that this is put into the inactive position 157 and the rest position 13 back, so that the latching hooks 40 safely in the appropriate Engraving surfaces 42 engages and the punch 1, in particular the upper part 4 to the lower part 6, is fixed or held in this position, as shown schematically in FIG Fig. 38 is shown. It is possible that such a stamp 1 may have multiple Verrastungspositionen.
  • To release the locked position, a so-called self-unlocking is done by the punch 1 is simply pressed a little bit together, so that the latching hooks 40 out of engagement with the latching surface 42 and thus adjusted by the force of spring 148 first, the locking bracket 38 in the inactive position 157 independently and then the punch 1, in particular the upper part 4 to the lower part 6, is placed in the rest position 16 when the user no longer exerts pressure on the punch 1.
  • In the FIGS. 40 to 43 For example, an embodiment of a novel position frame 160 is shown in FIG Fig. 41 a further variant of the positioning frame 160 with a positioning means 161, in particular a positioning ruler, is shown. It is possible that other positioning means 161 may be shown, which facilitate the positioning of the punch 1.
  • The positioning frame 160 serves to reduce an inner area 162 of the stamp 1, in particular of the frame 30, with the positioning frame 160 having a punch opening 163 for stamping, for example, with the MB unit 19c. So that the positioning frame 160 can be fastened to the stamp 1, it has a plurality of latching elements 164, so that the positioning frame 160 can easily be placed on the underside of the stamp 1, in particular on the frame 30, as in FIG Fig. 42 is plugged or plugged is visible. Furthermore, it is possible that a reinforcing strip 165 is arranged to improve the stability, which is arranged in the intermediate space, in particular inner region 162, of the frame 30. It often happens in such stamp 1 that the stamp 1 is used as a pure date stamp 1 with the MB unit 19c, whereby the positioning of the stamp 1 with a very large stamp area, in particular the interior area 162, which is usually for a text plate 15th and the MB unit 19c is made very difficult, since only a small area, in particular, only 1 line of the MB unit 19c has to be positioned. On the other hand, if the position frame 160 is mounted, the stamp area, in particular the interior area 162, is reduced by the positioning frame 160 to the stamp opening 163 of the positioning frame 160, so that, for example, only a date line is to be positioned, ie a reduction of the stamp area by attaching the position frame 160 is made so that a simple positioning due to the smaller punch opening 163 is possible, as is apparent from the FIGS. 42 and 43 is apparent.
  • Furthermore, the positioning frame 160 still has the advantage that a variety of positioning means 161, such as ruler, arrows, etc., imprinted or integrated directly on the component, so that a very large assistance in the positioning is achieved. It is also possible that with smaller text plates 15, for example only one line, such a positioning frame 160 for this area, in particular 2 lines for a line of the text plate and a line for the MB unit 19c, can be used, in which case only the Stamp opening 163 adapted thereto.
  • The position frame 160 thus has the task of reducing the area between the frames 30, which is usually used completely for the size of the text plate 15, in order to be able to make an exact positioning of the punch 1. Preferably, the positioning frame 160 is formed of a transparent material so that the user can recognize the substrate when placing the stamp 1 through the positioning frame 160, so that a simple alignment is possible.
  • Since in the embodiments described above the FIGS. 1 to 43 a stamp 1 is formed from a combination with metal and plastic and the metal parts or metal elements 18, in particular upper part 4 and lower part 6, visible in the field of view, ie on the outsides of the stamp, these have on delivery from the manufacturer a protective film ( not shown). The protective film has the task that in the production of the stamp 1 no fingerprints or other contaminants contaminate the metal parts 19. The customer can receive 1 after receiving his stamp Remove the protective film simply by peeling off. Such protective films can also be arranged on other parts, for example on the grip elements 5 or window element 51.
  • For the sake of order, it should finally be pointed out that for a better understanding of the construction of the system 1 and its components or their components, they have been shown partially unevenly and / or enlarged and / or reduced in size.

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  1. Stamp (1) comprising at least one stamping component (2) and one stamping insert (3), wherein the stamping component (2) is formed of a top part (4) and a bottom part (6) with a cushion-receiving element (7), wherein the stamping insert (3) is connected so as to move synchronously via a reversing mechanism (11) having a slide track (17) in the bottom part (6) via a shaft (12) or trunnion (12) to the top part (4), wherein in the resting position (13) a text plate (15) mounted on the stamping insert (3) abuts against an ink pad soaked with stamp ink (16) in the cushion receiving element (7), and that in a stamping process for producing a stamp imprint in the stamping position (14) the stamping insert (3) with the text plate (15) can be shifted by the reversing mechanism (11) into a stamping position (14), characterised in that the entire stamping insert (3), in particular the text plate carrier (20) and / or the mounted band unit (19c) or date unit, respectively, is positioned to be replaceable with the shaft (12) or the trunnions (12) or shaft stubs, respectively, wherein the slide track (17) of the reversing mechanism (11) in the bottom part (6) comprises an exchange channel (21) via which the stamping insert (3) with the protruding shaft (12) or protruding trunnions (12), respectively, can be pushed out or in.
  2. Stamp (1) according to claim 1, characterised in that for inserting the stamping insert (3) the stamping component (2) has an interchange position.
  3. Stamp (1) according to claim 1 or 2, characterised in that the exchange channel (21) can be closed by a closure cap (24), wherein without the closure cap (24) the slide track (17) is interrupted by the exchange channel (21), and with the closure cap (24) attached, the slide track (17) is closed circumferentially.
  4. Stamp (1) according to any one or more of the preceding claims, characterised in that the exchange channel (21) is arranged in the upper region, in particular in a perpendicular section of the slide track (17).
  5. Stamp (1) according to any one or more of the preceding claims, characterised in that the interchange position (22) and thus the position of the exchange channel (21) is arranged so that for the exchange of the text plate carrier (20) the text plate (15) provided at the text plate carrier (20) is lifted off the ink pad (16).
  6. Stamp (1) according to any one or more of the preceding claims, characterised in that in the interchange position (22) the stamp (1) or the stamping component (2), respectively, is fixable via a lock (23).
  7. Stamp (1) according to any one or more of the preceding claims, characterised in that on the bottom part (6) or on the reversing mechanism (11) guide pins (25) are provided for a receiving guide (26) on the text plate carrier (20).
  8. Stamp (1) according to any one or more of the preceding claims, characterised in that the reversing mechanism (11), especially the slide track (17), is formed by a so-called rigid or movable cam track.
  9. Stamp (1) according to any one or more of the preceding claims, characterised in that the exchange channel (21) is arranged facing downward in the region of a contact area (91) at the end of the slide track (17) for interchanging the stamping insert (3).
  10. Stamp (1) according to any one of the preceding claims, characterised in that the top part (4) comprises a receiving channel (90) for the shaft (12) or trunnions (12), respectively.
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