EP3636865A1 - Hinge with a locking device for null centring - Google Patents

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EP3636865A1
EP3636865A1 EP19201961.0A EP19201961A EP3636865A1 EP 3636865 A1 EP3636865 A1 EP 3636865A1 EP 19201961 A EP19201961 A EP 19201961A EP 3636865 A1 EP3636865 A1 EP 3636865A1
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Torben Schneider
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05YINDEXING SCHEME RELATING TO HINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS AND DEVICES FOR MOVING WINGS INTO OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION, CHECKS FOR WINGS AND WING FITTINGS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, CONCERNED WITH THE FUNCTIONING OF THE WING
    • E05Y2900/00Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof
    • E05Y2900/10Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof for buildings or parts thereof
    • E05Y2900/13Application of doors, windows, wings or fittings thereof for buildings or parts thereof characterised by the type of wing
    • E05Y2900/132Doors
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D11/00Additional features or accessories of hinges
    • E05D11/10Devices for preventing movement between relatively-movable hinge parts
    • E05D11/1014Devices for preventing movement between relatively-movable hinge parts for maintaining the hinge in only one position, e.g. closed
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05DHINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS
    • E05D5/00Construction of single parts, e.g. the parts for attachment
    • E05D5/02Parts for attachment, e.g. flaps
    • E05D5/0246Parts for attachment, e.g. flaps for attachment to glass panels
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E05LOCKS; KEYS; WINDOW OR DOOR FITTINGS; SAFES
    • E05YINDEXING SCHEME RELATING TO HINGES OR OTHER SUSPENSION DEVICES FOR DOORS, WINDOWS OR WINGS AND DEVICES FOR MOVING WINGS INTO OPEN OR CLOSED POSITION, CHECKS FOR WINGS AND WING FITTINGS NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR, CONCERNED WITH THE FUNCTIONING OF THE WING
    • E05Y2201/00Constructional elements; Accessories therefore
    • E05Y2201/60Suspension or transmission members; Accessories therefore
    • E05Y2201/622Suspension or transmission members elements
    • E05Y2201/638Cams; Ramps

Abstract

The invention relates to an articulated hinge 1, in particular for glass doors, with two hinge parts 10, 20 and with an adjustable latching device 30, which has a latching roller 31 with a latching recess 32, the latching roller 31 being lockable in different angular positions. In order to create an improved tolerance compensation and to better position a door leaf in the desired position, the first hinge part 10 has a first guide recess 12A for a first latching body 37A and a second guide recess 12B for a second latching body 37B which is movable relative to the first latching body 37A, and both Latching bodies 37A, 37B cooperate with a latching roller 31, the guide recesses being aligned at an angle to one another and / or wherein the latching recess 32A for the first latching body 37A is arranged at an angular offset from the latching recess 32B for the second latching body 37B.

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  • The invention relates to an articulated hinge, in particular for glass doors, with two hinge parts hingedly connected to one another about a swivel axis and with an adjustable latching device which has a latching body assigned to the first hinge part, linearly movably guided in a guide recess against the action of at least one spring element, and a latching roller assigned to the second hinge part with a locking recess cooperating with the locking body in a locking position, the locking roller being arranged coaxially to the swivel axis between two belt webs formed on the second belt part and being lockable in different angular positions of its locking recess
  • Such a hinge, which can be used for example for furniture doors or a glass door of a shower partition, is from the EP 0 822 309 B1 known. With the help of the adjustable locking device, the closed position of the door hinged on the hinge can be adjusted by locking the locking roller arranged coaxially to the pivot axis between the two webs of the second hinge part with its locking recess so that the door has the desired closing or opening position relative to the wall or other wall elements, for example a shower, when the locking body is pressed by the spring element into the locking recess. To lock the locking roller in the desired angular position, the generic hinge is provided with a two-part axle bolt consisting of two bolt parts that can be screwed together, the locking roller being plugged onto one bolt part and the other bolt part being supported on the locking roller and countering it when the axle bolt parts are screwed together presses a band web on the second part of the band and thereby clamps it.
  • To lock the angular position of the locking roller, other solutions are also known, in which, for example, either the locking roller is clamped by means of a locking screw which is guided in the belt part transversely to the pivot axis and acts on the circumference of the locking roller or on the hinge bolt which is non-rotatably connected to the locking roller ( DE 20 2009 004 853 U1 ), or the locking roller itself is made of several parts and can be clamped between the webs by unscrewing the parts of the locking roller ( DE 10 2008 018 646 B3 ).
  • From the EP 867586 B1 A hinge with a locking device is known, in which a supporting axis for the existing locking body is held by means of two separate holding elements which are guided in separate bores. The two holding elements can move towards each other and each center a single spring and at the same time one of the ends of the supporting axis, which is to prevent any contact between the metallic band parts and the supporting axis or the springs in order to minimize noise.
  • In all previously known solutions, the problem of a movement play of the door leaf in the latching position or an inexact taking of the closed position due to tolerances in the building and manufacturing-related tolerances due to the respective play between the interacting functional elements of the latching device remains. In the case of shower doors, magnetic seals between the door leaf and shower wall element are used to achieve improved tightness against escaping water, but these only indirectly eliminate the aforementioned problems.
  • The object of the invention is to provide a hinge that avoids the aforementioned disadvantages, improves tolerance compensation and better positions a door leaf in the desired position.
  • To achieve this object, the invention proposes that the first band part have a first guide recess for one has a first locking body and a second guide recess for a second locking body movable relative to the first locking body and both locking bodies cooperate with a locking roller, whereby according to the solution variants specified in claim 1 or claim 2, an offset in the angle of inclination of the guide recesses, an offset of the guide recesses relative to each other Pivot axis and / or an angular or axial offset of the respective locking recesses to each other in the closed position, an additional bracing between the at least two existing locking bodies and the associated locking recesses is achieved in the locking position.
  • In the embodiment variant with guide recesses and / or latching recesses arranged axially offset relative to the pivot axis, it is particularly advantageous if both guide recesses are arranged offset by an offset relative to one another and to the pivot axis, or if both latching recesses are offset relative to one another and offset to the pivot axis, whereby preferably the offset dimension is the same for both guide recesses or latching recesses.
  • In all of the configurations, it is particularly advantageous if the first latching body is arranged on a first slide which is guided in a linearly movable manner in the first guide recess and the second latching body is arranged on a second slide which is linearly guided in the second guide recess .
  • Each slider is expediently guided against rotation in the associated guide recess due to its shape and / or has spring receptacles for at least two spring elements on its rear side in order to achieve a sufficient clamping force in the detent position. Each slide preferably has spring receptacles on its rear side for separate accommodation of the spring ends of 2 spring elements, 3 spring elements or 4 spring elements.
  • In principle, it would be possible to work with a locking body that has only one point of contact with the locking roller. However, it is more advantageous if each locking body consists of a locking roller which is rotatably mounted on a front of the associated slide. This creates a line pressure between the locking roller and locking roller and the rolling behavior of these two functional elements of the locking device is improved. It is particularly expedient if the latching roller is rotatably mounted on the front of the slider by means of a supporting axis.
  • According to a particularly preferred embodiment, the guide recess has a guide section with an oval cross section and each slide has a slide section with an oval outer circumference, which is guided in the guide section with a clearance fit.
  • The locking roller can in particular be formed in one piece and have a locking groove as a locking recess; In the solution variant with two latching recesses offset from one another, the latching groove can have a first groove section and a second groove section which is arranged at an angle to the first groove section. According to a particularly preferred embodiment, both groove sections can then each have an arc-shaped groove base, the center of the circle of the first groove section and the center of the circle of the second groove section each being at an angle to the groove center line of the latching groove.
  • In the embodiment variant with mutually offset guide recesses, according to one embodiment variant, the openings of the two guide recesses facing the locking roller can be in alignment with one another and the two guide recesses are formed with different inclination angles in the first band part. It is more advantageous if the two guide recesses are formed with different angles of inclination and at the same time the openings of both guide recesses are axially offset or laterally offset from the pivot axis, in particular in such a way that the slides continue to be radial Swivel axis are guided in the associated guide recess.
  • In all design variants, the angular offset between the guide recesses and / or the angular offset between the latching recesses can be less than 5 °, preferably less than 3 °; It is particularly advantageous if the angular offset is in the range from 1 ° to 2.5 °.
  • For locking the locking roller, it is particularly advantageous if the locking roller is non-rotatably connected to a first bolt part of a multi-part hinge bolt and can be locked in a rotationally fixed manner relative to the strap webs of the second strap part by means of a second bolt part which can be screwed together with the first bolt part and a clamping sleeve. The locking can also be done in other ways known to those skilled in the art.
  • Further advantages and refinements of the invention result from the following explanation with reference to exemplary embodiments shown in the drawing. The drawing shows:
    • Fig. 1 a horizontal section through an inventive hinge for connecting a glass door with a glass wall element;
    • Fig. 2 a sectional view taken along II-II in Figure 1 ;
    • Fig. 3 in an exploded view an inventive hinge for hitting a glass door on a wall;
    • Fig. 4 which in the articulated ligament after the Figures 1 to 3 used locking roller in perspective view;
    • Fig. 5 a detailed view of the locking roller in view of the end face;
    • Fig. 6 a detailed view of the locking groove of the locking roller after Figures 4 and 5 ;
    • Fig. 7 the functional diagram between displaceable locking bodies and locking roller for the hinges Figure 1 to 3 ;
    • Fig. 8 the functional diagram between movable locking bodies and locking roller in an articulated hinge according to a first alternative embodiment; and
    • Fig. 9 the functional diagram between movable locking bodies and locking roller in an articulated hinge according to a first alternative embodiment.
  • In the Figures 1 and 2 a joint band according to the invention is shown overall with reference number 1. The hinge 1 has a first hinge part 10 and a second hinge part 20, which are connected to one another in an articulated manner by means of a hinge pin 2. In the Figures 1 and 2 The hinge part 20 is designed for attachment to a schematically indicated wall element 3 formed by a thick glass pane, whereas the hinge part 10 is attached to a schematically indicated glass door 4. It goes without saying that at least two hinges 1 are used per door, which are mounted at different heights. The assembly takes place on glass cutouts in the wall element 3 or the glass door 4, for which purpose a first pressure plate 5 is screwed through the glass cutout to the hinge part 20, and a separate pressure plate 6 is screwed to the hinge part 10, as is known per se to the person skilled in the art , which is why this will not be discussed further. The band part 10 has two band webs 11 projecting from the main body of the band part 10 for the swivel connection, and the band part 20 has two inner band webs 21 projecting from the main body thereof, each of which is provided with a bolt eye 16, 26 for the passage of the hinge pin 2.
  • The hinge 1 is additionally provided with a latching device, designated overall by reference numeral 30, with which a certain angular position between the wall element 3 and the glass door 4 can be set, for example an exact aligned one Alignment of the pane level of wall element 3 and glass door 4, as in Figure 1 indicated, wherein in this position the glass door 4 is held in position by means of the latching device 30. The essential functional elements of the latching device 30 are a latching roller 31 with a latching recess 32 on the circumference, and a slider 35A which is displaceably guided in a linear manner in a guide recess 12A in the first band part 10 and which is prestressed in the direction of the latching roller 31 by means of springs 36 and on its front side with a locking roller 37A rotatably mounted by means of a support roller 38 is provided as a locking body. The scope 38 is formed by a short axle pin. During a pivoting movement of the glass door 4 relative to the wall element 3, the locking roller 37A rolls with line pressure on the surface 33 of the locking roller 31 until the locking roller 37A can dip into the groove 32 in the preset position, as a result of which the glass door 4 is held in this position. In order to leave this position, a sufficiently large force must be applied to the glass door 4 for pivoting further that is sufficient to overcome the restoring force of the springs 36. The basic functional principle of such a locking device 30 is known to the person skilled in the art.
  • A special feature according to the invention consists, in particular, of Figure 2 It can be clearly seen that two separate guide recesses 12A, 12B are formed in the first band part 10, a separate slide 35A, 35B, each with its own locking roller 37A, 37B, being arranged in each guide recess 12A, 12B. Each slide 35A, 35B is preloaded by means of three springs 36, and each spring 36 dips with its rear spring end into a blind hole 13 in the band part 10, whereas the front spring end dips into a blind hole 39 on the rear of the respective slide 35A, 35B. The individual springs 36 can therefore virtually not move relative to one another transversely to their spring axis and also cannot touch one another, apart from the necessary clearance to ensure assembly. The slider 35A can move largely independently of the slider 35B, even if the movement of both Slider 35A, 35B on the relative position between the locking roller 37A, 37B and the locking roller 31 is controlled positively.
  • The height of the two separate sliders 35A, 35B with the separate latching rollers 37A, 37B acts on a single latching roller 31 that is common to both latching bodies. This latching roller 31 in turn has for both latching rollers 37A, 37B, that is to say the latching bodies of the latching device 30, each have a locking recess, which is formed in the exemplary embodiment shown by a locking groove 32 extending over the entire height of the locking roller 31; however, the groove profile of the locking groove 32 in the upper groove section 32A is different from that in the lower groove section 32B, the groove bottom of the one groove section 32A is therefore slightly different, namely offset from the groove bottom of the other groove section 32B.
  • For explanation, reference is now made to the Figures 4 to 6 , in which the locking roller 31 is shown in detail. Figure 4 illustrates that the groove 32 is not uniformly continuous but has a groove section 32A which is designed slightly differently than the groove section 32B. The embodiment according to the Figures 1 and 2 (and also Figure 3 ) the two groove sections 32A, 32B are angularly offset from one another; this is particularly evident from the illustration in Figure 5 clear; the groove section 32A has a radius of curvature R A , the center of which lies on a different radial line L A of the locking roller 31 than the radius of curvature R B of the groove section 32B, which are located on the radial line L B. The radius dimension of both radii of curvature R A , R B is the same, but the offset of the center points results in an angular offset α of the surfaces or the groove base of the groove sections 32A, 32B, which can be, for example, 2 °. This illustrates once again the enlarged representation of the locking groove 32 on the locking roller 31 in FIG Figure 6 with the two groove sections 32A, 32B with the respective groove base 32A ', 32B' lying at an angle to one another. A locking groove with groove sections 32A, 32B that are angled differently from one another can already be predetermined in the casting mold, for example, in the case of a locking roller 31 produced in the casting process.
  • This angular offset by the dimension α of the two groove sections 32A, 32B or of the respective groove base 32A ', 32B' to one another has an advantageous effect when the latching device 30 engages, thus the glass door 4 assumes its desired position. Due to the angular offset of the two groove sections 32A, 32B with respect to one another, the two separate latching rollers 37A, 37B bear against the associated latching recess, that is to say the respective groove section 32A, 32B of the latching groove or its groove base, with a slight angle difference in the latching position; this causes an additional bracing or jamming, which can be used above all to compensate for manufacturing-related tolerances such as, for example, the guide play of the slides 35A, 35B in the associated guide recesses 12A, 12B. The zero position setting made possible with the locking device 30 is hereby significantly improved compared to known devices with zero position setting, since a door more precisely assumes the desired zero position even after several closing and opening operations and is also held in this position.
  • The Figure 3 shows an articulated ligament 1 'which is basically identical in principle to the articulated ligament from FIGS Figures 1 and 2 . The band part 10 is of identical design as in the previous exemplary embodiment; the locking device 30 with the locking roller 31, the locking groove 32, and the separate sliders 35A, 35B, each of which rotatably supports a separate locking roller 37A, 37B, is identical to the previous exemplary embodiment. From the exploded view in Figure 3 It can be seen particularly well that the two sliders 35A, 35B are U-shaped in the side view with a wide base web 39A, 39B, in which the blind holes for the spring ends of the springs 36 are formed from the rear. Each slider 35A, 35B has an oval cross section that extends over a predetermined depth of the slider 35A, 35B and forms a guide section for each slider. The oval cross section of the slide is matched to the oval cross section of the guide recesses 12A, 12B in the band part 10, but by means of a clearance fit between the outer contour of the slide 35A, 35B and the inner surface of the guide recesses 12A, 12B ensure that the respective slide 35A, 35B is linearly movable and at the same time guided with little noise. The band part 40 cooperating with the band part 10 is used here for fastening to a wall or any wall element not made of glass, which is why the band part 40 has the two inner band webs 41, between which the locking roller 31 is arranged, but otherwise only one fastening web 42 has through openings through which the fastening web 42 can be screwed to a wall. Due to the exploded view is in Figure 3 easy to see how the locking roller 31 and thus the position of the locking device 30 can be locked in a certain position. The position is determined by means of a divided axle bolt 2, which has a lower bolt part 7A, which extends over the height of all the band webs 11, 41, and a second bolt part 7B which can be screwed to it and which only consists of a fastening screw, which in turn interacts with a clamping sleeve 8 . At its lower end, the bolt part 7A has a bolt head 9, above which the bolt shaft of the bolt part 7A is provided with a knurling with which the hinge bolt on one of the two band webs 41 of the second band part 30, namely in the through bore of this band web 41, is rotationally fixed is fixed. The locking roller 31 remains rotatable about the bolt part 7A until the locking roller 31 is tensioned by means of the clamping sleeve 9 and the second bolt part 7B against the lower band web 41 with sufficient clamping force. A ribbed locking washer 49 serves as an additional anti-rotation element in the exemplary embodiment shown. The bolt part 7A is at least partially inserted through the through hole 34 in the locking roller 31 and the two upper band webs 11, 41. The security situation is therefore determined, as is this Figure 2 clarified very well, by tightening or clamping the locking roller 31 against the lower web 41 (or 21 in Figure 2 ) of the second hinge part 40. The free rotatability of the first hinge part 10 relative to the second hinge part 40 is ensured by means of sliding sleeves 45, 46, which each dip into the band webs 11 of the first hinge part 10 and a low-friction twisting of the hinge part 10 around the hinge pin 2 ensure that is rotatably connected to the second belt part 40 together with the locking roller 31.
  • The Figure 7 illustrates the functional principle of the locking device in the embodiment of the Figures 1 to 3 . The two slides 35A, 35B are aligned one behind the other and the displacement movement in the guide recess takes place on the same radial line or displacement line V A, B. It is only because of the different groove sections 32A, 32B, that is to say the angular misalignment, or alternatively an axial misalignment, that the additional jamming or tensioning produced according to the invention results.
  • The Figure 8 illustrates the principle of operation in an alternative embodiment of an articulated ligament, which is otherwise not shown with the exception of the locking device 130. The detent roller 131 has a uniform, continuous detent groove 132 in the detent device 130. Instead, the guide recesses for the two separate slides 135A, 135B are offset from one another at an angle; the displacement line V A for the slide 135A is inclined by half the offset angle Φ in one direction, and the displacement line V B for the other slide 135B is accordingly rotated by half the offset angle Φ in the other direction. Like the representations in Figure 8 clarifies, both displacement lines V A , V B continue to lie on a radial line, that is, a line which intersect the pivot axis S, which coincides with the central axis of the locking roller 131; in relation to the band part, in which guide recesses are formed which are offset by half the angle Φ at an angle to the center plane, this means that the respective slide recesses are at an angle to one another and at an angle to the surface of the respective band part, which is why the respective springs 136A, 136B are also at an angle stand. Due to the inclined arrangement of the guide recesses on radial lines that intersect the pivot axis, the opening of the guide recess facing the locking roller 131 is then also slightly offset laterally with respect to a central plane of the associated band part in which the guide recesses are formed. Also through this This enables the clamping effect desired according to the invention and the improved tolerance compensation.
  • Figure 9 shows yet another embodiment with reference to the locking device 230. Here too, the two guide recesses for the slides 235A, 235B are not aligned one behind the other symmetrically with a central plane of the associated band part, but are offset laterally to one another by an offset dimension X or laterally offset to a center line which in turn exactly intersects the pivot axis S, which in turn coincides with the central axis of the locking roller 231. The offset dimension X therefore corresponds to the distance between the two displacement lines V A , V B to one another and thus also to the extent by which the two guide recesses in the associated band part are offset from one another. Half the offset dimension X / 2 indicates the lateral offset of each guide recess for the respective slide 235A, 235B and the locking roller 237A, 237B guided with it relative to the pivot axis S. The respective springs 236A, 236B also experience the same offset.
  • The angularly or laterally offset arrangement of the guide recesses can already be provided in the casting mold in the case of strip parts which are produced as a cast part. At most, the surfaces of the guide recesses would then have to be reworked.
  • Numerous modifications result from the preceding description for the person skilled in the art, which should fall within the scope of protection of the appended claims. Clamping the locking roller with a split hinge pin is only one way in which the locking of the locking roller can be achieved. The number of springs, the shape of the slide and, accordingly, the shape of the guide recess can vary. The skewed arrangement of the guide recesses can be combined with a groove with differently shaped groove sections. A double locking roller could also be assigned to each of the slides. Instead of a locking roller, a locking ball could also be arranged on the respective slide as a locking body; a continuous locking groove does not necessarily have to be present on the locking roller, but rather the locking roller could also be only partially provided with an adapted locking recess on the circumference. The slides are preferably made of plastic, the springs are preferably spiral springs, as shown. The locking roller can also be composed of two rigidly connected individual rollers.

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  1. Articulated hinge, in particular for glass doors, with two hinge parts (10, 20; 10, 40) hinged together about a swivel axis (S) and with an adjustable latching device (30; 130; 230), which is assigned to the first hinge part (10) against the Effect of at least one spring element (36) linearly movable in a guide recess (12A) detent body (37A, 37B) and a detent roller (31; 131; 231) assigned to the second band part (20) with a detent recess cooperating with the detent body in a detent position ( 32; 132; 232), the locking roller (31) being arranged coaxially to the swivel axis (S) between two belt webs (21; 41) formed on the second belt part (20; 40) and being lockable in different angular positions of its locking recess (32), characterized in that the first band part (10) has a first guide recess (12A) for a first latching body (37A) and a second guide recess (12B) for a relative to the first latching body (37A) has movable second locking body (37B) and both locking bodies (37A, 37B) cooperate with a locking roller (31), the guide recesses being aligned at an angle to one another and / or the locking recess (32A) in the locking roller (31) for the the first locking body (37A) is arranged at an angle to the locking recess (32B) for the second locking body (37B).
  2. Articulated hinge, in particular for glass doors, with two hinge parts (10, 20; 10, 40) hinged together about a swivel axis (S) and with an adjustable latching device (30; 130; 230), which is assigned to the first hinge part (10) against the Effect of at least one spring element (36) linearly movable in a guide recess (12A) detent body (37A, 37B) and a detent roller (31; 131; 231) assigned to the second band part (20) with a detent recess cooperating with the detent body in a detent position ( 32; 132; 232), the locking roller (31) between two on the second Band part (20; 40) formed band webs (21; 41) arranged coaxially to the pivot axis (S) and can be locked in different angular positions of its latching recess (32), characterized in that the first band part has a first guide recess for a first latching body (137A) and a second guide recess for a second latching body (137B) movable relative to the first latching body (137A) and both latching bodies (137A, 137B) cooperate with a latching roller (131), at least one of the guide recesses being axially offset from the other relative to the pivot axis (S) Guide recess is aligned and / or wherein at least one of the locking recesses is aligned axially offset from the other locking recess relative to the pivot axis.
  3. Articulated hinge according to claim 2, characterized in that the two guide recesses are offset by an offset dimension (X) from the pivot axis (S), or that the two locking recesses are aligned offset from the pivot axis by an offset dimension, the offset dimension preferably being the same for both guide recesses or catch recesses is great.
  4. Articulated hinge according to one of claims 1 to 3, characterized in that the first latching body is arranged on a first slide which is guided in a linearly movable manner in the first guide recess, and the second latching body is arranged on a second slide which is linearly movable in the second guide recess is guided, is arranged.
  5. Articulated hinge according to claim 4, characterized in that the rear of each slide (35A, 35B) is provided with spring seats (39) for at least two spring elements, preferably each slide on its rear spring seats for separate accommodation of the spring ends of 2 spring elements, 3 Has spring elements or 4 spring elements.
  6. Articulated hinge according to claim 4 or 5, characterized in that each locking body consists of a locking roller (37A, 37B), which is rotatably mounted on a front of the associated slide (35A, 35B).
  7. Articulated hinge according to claim 6, characterized in that the latching roller 37A, 37B) is rotatably mounted in each case by means of a rigid support axis (38) on the front of the slide (35A, 35B).
  8. Articulated hinge according to one of claims 4 to 7, characterized in that the guide recess has a guide section with an oval cross section and each slide has a sliding section with an oval outer circumference which is guided with a clearance fit in the guide section.
  9. Articulated hinge according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the latching roller (31) is formed in one piece and has a latching groove (32) as a latching recess, the latching groove having a first groove section (32A) and a second second one arranged at an angle to the first groove section Groove section (32B).
  10. Articulated hinge according to claim 9, characterized in that both groove sections each have an arc-shaped groove base (32A ', 32B'), the center of the circle of the first groove section and the center of the circle of the second groove section each being angularly offset from the groove center line of the latching groove.
  11. Articulated hinge according to one of claims 1 to 10, characterized in that the openings of the two guide recesses facing the locking roller lie flush with one another and that the guide recesses are formed with different inclination angles in the first hinge part.
  12. Articulated hinge according to one of claims 1 to 8, characterized in that the openings of the two guide recesses facing the locking roller are laterally offset from one another and that the guide recesses are formed with different inclination angles in the first band part.
  13. Articulated hinge according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the angular offset (Φ) between the guide recesses and / or the angular offset (a) between the latching recesses is less than 5 °, preferably less than 3 ° and preferably in the range 1 ° to 2 , 5 °.
  14. Articulated hinge according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the locking roller (31) is connected in a rotationally fixed manner to a first bolt part (7A) of a multi-part hinge bolt (2) and by means of a second bolt part (7B) which can be screwed together with the first bolt part and a clamping sleeve (9 ) can be locked in a rotationally fixed manner relative to the band webs of the second band part.
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