JP2002292547A - Cup mounting device - Google Patents

Cup mounting device

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JP2002292547A
JP2002292547A JP2001097418A JP2001097418A JP2002292547A JP 2002292547 A JP2002292547 A JP 2002292547A JP 2001097418 A JP2001097418 A JP 2001097418A JP 2001097418 A JP2001097418 A JP 2001097418A JP 2002292547 A JP2002292547 A JP 2002292547A
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Toshiaki Mizuno
俊昭 水野
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(57) [Summary] [PROBLEMS] To improve the compactness and operability of an apparatus. SOLUTION: A cup mounting means for mounting a cup used for processing a peripheral edge of an eyeglass lens to a lens to be processed, and a concave mirror for shaping illumination light from an illumination light source into an illumination light beam having a diameter larger than the diameter of the lens to be processed. An illumination optical system arranged on a reference axis of the means, a screen on which an image of the lens to be processed illuminated by the illumination optical system is projected, an imaging means for imaging the image projected on the screen, and the imaging Display means having a surface surface for displaying the image of the lens to be processed imaged by the means, the display surface being arranged on the upper surface of the apparatus housing.

Description

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a cup mounting device for mounting a cup used for processing a peripheral edge of a spectacle lens to a lens to be processed.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art In a cup mounting apparatus of this kind, a lens to be processed placed on a mounting table is illuminated with a substantially parallel light beam, and a lens image projected on a screen and a mark image applied to the lens are observed. What aligns is known.
Further, the present applicant discloses in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. H11-216550, detecting the optical center of a lens from an index image projected on a screen through a lens to be processed, displaying the detected information on a display, and projecting the detected information on a screen. We proposed a device that displays the lens image on a display and facilitates alignment.

In such a cup mounting apparatus, a condenser lens for converting the illumination light beam into a light beam having a diameter larger than the diameter of the lens is provided in the illumination optical system.

[0004]

However, in a configuration in which a lens to be processed is illuminated via a condenser lens, it is necessary to provide an illumination light source on an illumination optical axis opposite to the lens to be processed with the condenser lens interposed therebetween. . For this reason, a lamp house in which the distance between the condenser lens and the illumination light source is secured is required, and the size of the apparatus is increased. In particular, JP-A-11-2
In the case where a lamp house is provided above a lens to be processed as in Japanese Patent No. 16550, the height of the apparatus is required accordingly,
Although the operator can work while sitting down while looking at the display facing the front, it is difficult to perform the operation when the operator stands and works.

The present invention has been made in view of the above-mentioned prior art, and has as its technical object to provide a cup mounting apparatus which can make the apparatus compact and can improve operability.

[0006]

Means for Solving the Problems In order to solve the above problems, the present invention is characterized by having the following configuration.

(1) Cup mounting means for mounting a cup to be used for processing the peripheral edge of an eyeglass lens to a lens to be processed placed on a mounting table, and positioning of the lens to be processed with respect to a reference axis of the cup mounting means A concave mirror for shaping the illumination light from the illumination light source into an illumination light beam having a diameter larger than the diameter of the lens to be processed, and an illumination optical system arranged on the reference axis; A screen on which the image of the processed lens is projected, imaging means for capturing the image projected on the screen, and a display surface having a surface for displaying the image of the processed lens captured by the imaging means. And display means arranged on the upper surface of the device housing.

(2) In the cup mounting apparatus of (1), further, an index plate arranged in an optical path between the concave mirror of the illumination optical system and the screen, and an image of the index plate projected on the screen And a display control means for displaying the detection information so as to overlap the lens image on the display surface of the display means.

(3) The cup mounting apparatus of (1) has a mounting member for mounting the lens to be processed when the cup is mounted, and the illumination light source of the illumination optical system is applied to the lens by reflection of the concave mirror. It is characterized by being arranged near the placement member described above outside the optical path of the illuminating light beam going.

(4) In the cup mounting device of (1), the display surface of the display means is set at a distance of 20 mm from the installation surface of the device housing.
It is characterized by being arranged at a height of 30 cm to 30 cm.

(5) In the cup mounting device of (4), the display surface of the display means is further arranged at an angle of 45 degrees or less toward the front side.

(6) The cup mounting apparatus according to (4), further comprising a spectacle frame shape measuring unit for tracing the shape of the spectacle frame held by the spectacle frame holding means. The display means is disposed on the upper surface of the apparatus housing, and the display means also serves as a display for displaying spectacle frame measurement data.

[0013]

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS One embodiment of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is an external perspective view of a device according to the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a diagram showing a schematic configuration inside a housing of the device.

The apparatus main body 1 has a housing having a substantially U-shape when viewed from the side. The lower pedestal 1 that protrudes to the front side of the device body 1
A circular lens table 10 made of transparent acryl is mounted on the upper surface of a by a ring member 11.
The lens LE to be processed is placed on the lens table 10.
On the lens table 10, three support pins 12 for supporting the lens LE to be processed are provided with a reference axis L for cup mounting.
It is planted at equal intervals centering on 1. At the center of the lens table 10, an index portion 13 having a predetermined pattern about the reference axis L1 is formed. Indicator 13
Is composed of dot indices arranged in a lattice, and the dot indices having a diameter of 0.3 mm are 0.3 mm in a range of 20 mm square centering on the reference axis L for cup attachment.
They are arranged at pitch intervals. Note that the index portion 12 may be provided above the lens LE. An illumination light source 20 is arranged near the rear of the lens table 10.

A switch 2a for operating a blocking mechanism 30, which will be described later, and a switch 2b for switching the R / L of the lens to be processed are arranged on the front side on the front side of the base 1a.

An overhanging upper portion 1 which projects to the front side of the apparatus body 1
b is an overhanging housing in which the concave mirror 21 for illuminating the lens LE is arranged. Between the lower surface of the overhanging upper portion 1b and the pedestal 1a, for moving the lens LE on the lens table 10 by hand, the cup 25 attached to the tip of the cup attaching arm 31 moves along the reference axis L1. A suitable space is secured so that it can be raised and lowered.

The concave mirror 21 has a mirror curved surface for shaping the illumination light from the illumination light source 20 into a substantially parallel light beam having a diameter slightly larger than the lens LE to be processed, and the substantially parallel illumination light beam travels along the reference axis L1. It is arranged so as to be projected.
Further, the angle θ formed between the illumination optical axis L2 from the illumination light source 20 placed near the lower lens table 10 and the reference axis L1.
Is smaller than 90 degrees, the concave mirror 21 is arranged to be inclined with respect to the plane of the lens table 10. Therefore, it is not necessary to provide an illumination optical system above the concave mirror 21, and the height direction of the apparatus can be lowered.

Below the lens table 10, a screen plate 14 made of a translucent material such as frosted glass is arranged. The luminous flux transmitted through the lens LE illuminates the index portion 13 on the lens table 5, and the entire image of the lens LE and the dot index image subjected to the prism action of the lens LE are projected on the screen plate 14. A mirror 15 is arranged below the screen plate 14, and a first CCD camera 17 is provided in a reflection direction of the mirror 15. The first CCD camera 17 has a lens that enlarges and captures only a central area centered on a reference axis L serving as a cup mounting center so that an index image projected on the screen plate 14 can be detected. A half mirror 16 is disposed in an optical path between the mirror 15 and the first CCD camera 17, and a second CCD camera 18 is provided in the reflection direction. This second CC
The D camera 18 is a lens LE projected on the screen plate 5
Has a lens that captures the entire image of.

By extracting the central dot index image from the image picked up by the second CCD camera 18, the first CC
It is also possible to make the D camera 17 unnecessary.

In FIG. 2, reference numeral 30 denotes a blocking mechanism for moving the cup mounting arm 31. Reference numeral 32 denotes a left-right moving base, which is movable along two rails 33 extending in a direction perpendicular to the plane of FIG. A rack 34 is attached to the left-right moving base 32 and the motor 3
The rotation of 5 is transmitted to the rack 34, and the left-right moving base is moved in the axial direction of the rail 33 (that is, in the left-right direction with respect to the operator located in front of the apparatus main body 1). Note that, except during the operation of attaching the cup, the arm 32 is located at the retracted position on the right side as viewed from the front of the operator, as shown in FIG.

A vertically extending rail 36 is fixed to the base 32, and the arm 31 can slide along the rail 36. A ball screw 37 for vertically moving the arm 31 is rotatably held on the upper portion of the base 32, and the base of the arm 31 is screwed. A pulley 38 is attached to an upper end of the ball screw 37. The motor 40 for moving the arm 31 up and down includes the base 3
2 and the rotation of the pulley 41 and the belt 3
9, transmitted to the ball screw 37 via the pulley 38.
With this configuration, the arm 31 is moved up and down.

A mounting portion 31a for mounting the base of the cup 25 is provided below the distal end of the arm 31, and the cup 25 is mounted from below the mounting portion 31a.

FIG. 3 is a view of the apparatus main body 1 as viewed from above. A touch panel of a color liquid crystal display for displaying a lens image picked up by the second CCD camera 18 and various information is provided on the upper surface of the apparatus housing. 3 are arranged. The height of the display surface (height at the center of the display surface) so that the display surface of the panel 3 can be visually recognized even when the operator works while sitting.
Is preferably 20 cm to 30 cm from the installation surface of the apparatus main body 1. In the embodiment, it is about 24 cm. The apparatus main body 1 is set on a table having a height of 70 cm. Further, in order to make the display surface of the panel 3 easy to see when the operator stands and works while sitting, the display surface is inclined toward the near side of the device housing. Its inclination angle (Fig. 2
The upper angle α) is preferably 45 degrees or less, and more preferably, is inclined in the range of 5 degrees to 20 degrees.

Further, a spectacle frame shape measuring unit 5 is disposed at the upper back of the apparatus main body 1. The take-out opening of the spectacle frame of the measurement unit 5 is provided on the upper surface of the housing of the apparatus main body 1, and the spectacle frame can be set from above by opening the lid 6. Reference numeral 4 denotes an operation switch of the eyeglass frame shape measuring unit 5.

In the spectacle frame shape measuring unit 5, sliders 501 and 502 for holding the spectacle frame are arranged so as to be slidable in the vertical direction in FIG. The eyeglasses frame F includes open / close crank pins 5 provided on the left and right of the upper slider 501.
02a, 502b and open / close crank pins 502c, 502 provided on the left and right sides of the lower slurry 502, respectively, and are held on a measurement reference plane. At the time of measurement, the tip of the tracing stylus 505 is inserted into the frame groove of the spectacle frame and traced, and the shape of the spectacle frame is measured based on the moving position of the tracing stylus 505. The configuration of the spectacle frame shape measuring unit 5 is the same as that described in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2000-314617 by the present applicant, so reference is made thereto.

FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a control system of the apparatus. First
The image signal from the CCD camera 17 is input to the image processing unit 51. The image processing unit 51 performs image processing to detect the position of the index image projected on the screen plate 14 and detects the position, and inputs a detection signal to the control unit 50. The control unit 50 obtains the optical center position of the lens LE and the direction of the cylinder axis based on the input detection signal. On the other hand, an image signal from the second CCD camera 18 is input to an image synthesizing circuit 52, which synthesizes the image signal with characters and marks generated by a display circuit 53 connected to the control unit 30, and displays the image on the touch panel 3. To be displayed.

The control unit 50 includes a touch detection unit 55 of the touch panel 3 and a motor 3 of the blocking mechanism 30.
5, a memory 56 for storing input data and the like;
The switch unit 4, the spectacle frame shape measuring unit 5, and the like are connected. Further, the control unit 50 can be connected to a processing device 60 for grinding the lens LE via a data transfer unit 58. The apparatus main body 1 is used by setting the side of the processing apparatus 60.

Next, a method of obtaining the optical center position of the lens LE and the direction of the column axis from the image of the dot index image obtained by the first CCD camera 17 will be briefly described.

When the lens LE is not mounted,
Since the dot index of the index section 13 is illuminated by a parallel light beam, the index image is projected on the screen plate 14 as it is. When the lens LE is mounted, the dot image located immediately below the vicinity of the optical center of the lens LE has the same position regardless of the presence or absence of the lens LE. The coordinate position is moved by the action. Therefore, to detect the optical center, the lens LE
With respect to the coordinate position of each dot image in the state where there is no lens, the change in the coordinate position of each dot image in the state where the lens LE is mounted is examined, and the position where each dot image is diffused or converged is determined. Ask. That is, the center of this diffusion or convergence can be detected as the optical center. For example, in the example shown in FIG. 5, the coordinate position of the dot image with no lens is P
Since it converges around 0, the coordinate position of P0 can be detected as the optical center. Even when the optical center is located between the dots, the center of the movement may be obtained by interpolating the movement center and the movement amount of each dot image.

When the lens LE has a cylindrical power,
Each dot image moves in a direction toward (or away from) the generatrix of the lens. Therefore, by checking in which direction each dot image moves with respect to the coordinate position of each dot image without the lens LE to be processed, the direction of the columnar axis can be detected in the same manner.

The operation of the apparatus having the above configuration will be described. Hereinafter, a case where the lens LE is a single focus lens will be described.

First, the shape of the spectacle frame is measured using the spectacle frame shape measuring unit 5. The eyeglass frame F is held by the open / close crank pins for the rim holding of the upper slider 501 and the lower slide 502. When the measurement is performed with the switch of the operation switch unit 4, the tracing stylus 505 moves along the frame groove to perform tracing, and trace data of the spectacle frame is obtained.

When the measurement by the spectacle frame shape measuring unit 5 is completed, the measurement data is stored in the memory 56,
A target figure based on the measurement data is displayed on the screen of the panel 3. The operator inputs data such as layout data and lens type using switch keys displayed on the panel 3. If the lens LE has a cylindrical power, the axis angle data is input. At this time, processing conditions to be performed by the processing device 60 can also be input.

At the time of these operations, since the spectacle frame shape measuring unit 5, its switch unit, and the display for data input are arranged on the upper surface of the housing of the main body 1, the operator holds the spectacle frame F while standing. Eyeglass frame shape measurement unit 5
Can be set, and subsequent input operations can be performed while standing.

When layout data is input, panel 3
In addition to the lens-shaped figure 120, a circular cup figure 123 representing the outer diameter of the cup 25 attached to the lens LE is centered on a position on the screen corresponding to the reference axis L1 which is the cup attachment center. Is displayed (see FIG. 3). The outer diameter shape data of the circular cup graphic 123 is stored in the memory 56 in advance. In a state before the lens LE is placed, the lens-shaped figure 120 is displayed as a state in which the optical center according to the layout matches the center of the cup figure 123. When data on the column axis angle is input, the line mark 124 inclined in the angle direction is displayed in red.

After inputting necessary data, the operator places the lens LE on the support pins 12 on the lens table 10, moves the lens LE, and performs alignment for mounting the cup. The lens LE is illuminated from above by a substantially parallel light beam by the concave mirror 21 arranged on the overhanging upper portion 1b. The center of the lens LE is the lens table 10
Of the screen plate 14
The image of the lens LE and the index image of the index section 13 are projected onto the image sensor, and the second CCD camera 18 captures the entire image of the lens LE. On the screen of panel 3, the lens image L
E 'is displayed (see FIG. 6). Further, the index image projected on the screen plate 14 by the first CCD camera 17 is captured. The image signal is input to the image processing unit 51, and the control unit 50 uses the above-described method to calculate the deviation information of the optical center with respect to the reference axis L1 and the column based on the coordinate position information of the dot index image detected by the image processing unit 51. Information in the plane axis direction is continuously obtained.

When these pieces of information are obtained, the display circuit 53 controlled by the control unit 50 displays a white cross mark 125 indicating the optical center of the lens LE on the screen of the panel 3 as shown in FIG. Displayed with. The center of the crosshair mark 125 is displayed so as to match the optical center of the lens LE, and the long axis is displayed in an inclined manner in accordance with the detected information on the axial direction of the columnar surface. The input red line mark 124 indicating the column axis angle direction is displayed based on the center of the cross mark 125.

The lens-shaped figure 120 is displayed so that the laid out optical center coincides with the optical center of the lens LE, and the axis angle inputted with respect to the detected column direction of the lens LE. The directions are displayed so that they match. Since this lens shape figure 120 is displayed so as to be superimposed on the lens image LE ', the operator can immediately determine whether the lens diameter is sufficient for processing by observing both at this stage. .

The alignment operation for attaching the cup to the optical center of the lens LE is performed as follows. At the center of the circular cup graphic 123 on the screen, the cup mounting center mark 122 as a target for alignment is displayed in red, so that the operator can adjust the center of the mark 122 to the center of the cross mark 125. The lens LE is moved to align the optical center of the lens LE with the reference axis L1. For alignment in the column axis direction,
The lens LE is rotated so that the long axis of the cross mark 125 matches the direction of the line mark 124.

The display item 12 on the left side of the screen of the monitor 2
In 7a and 127b, deviation information of the optical center of the lens LE with respect to the reference axis L1 is displayed as a distance value (unit: mm) by x and y, and in the display item 127c, the detected columnar axis angle is displayed. Numerical values are displayed. The operator can also know the movement and rotation angle of the lens necessary for alignment and the direction of each operation from these displays.

When the alignment of the cylinder axis angle and the alignment of the optical center are completed by the above alignment, the color of the cup graphic 123 changes from red to blue. This allows the operator to know that the alignment has been completed. Also,
If the circular cup figure 123 is included in the lens-shaped figure 120, it can be confirmed that there is no interference during peripheral processing.

At the time of such an alignment operation, since the display surface of the panel 3 is disposed on the upper surface of the apparatus housing,
The operator who stands up can perform the operation of moving the lens LE while viewing the alignment screen below the eyes. In addition, since the height of the display surface of the panel 3 is kept low, even an operator who sits and works can perform the alignment operation while looking at the display surface below the line of sight.

When the alignment of the lens LE is completed,
The operator turns on the switch 2a. The control unit 50 drives the motor 35 to move the arm 31 sideways so that the cup 25 comes on the reference axis L1, and then drives the motor 40 to lower the cup 25 and fix the cup 25 on the lens LE. .

A brief description will be given of the alignment when the lens LE to be processed is a bifocal lens or a progressive lens. When the bifocal lens is placed on the lens table 10,
The small ball image of the bifocal lens illuminated by the parallel light beam is clearly projected on the screen plate 14. This is CCD camera 1
8, a lens image and a small ball image are displayed on the screen of the panel 3. When the input of the lens type is a bifocal lens, an alignment mark for aligning the small ball image is displayed on the screen of the panel 3, and the alignment is performed according to the mark. In the case of a progressive lens, the distance eye point mark and the layout mark printed on the lens are projected on the screen plate 14, and this is
The image is captured by the D camera 18 and displayed on the screen of the panel 3. When the input of the lens type is a progressive lens, a scale line for positioning is displayed on the screen of the panel 3, and the positioning is performed by observing the scale line and the lens image.

After the attachment of the cup 25 is completed, the data input from the apparatus main body 1 is transferred to the processing apparatus 60. On the processing device 60 side, peripheral processing of the lens LE to which the cup 25 is attached is performed based on the transfer data.

[0046]

As described above, according to the present invention,
The device can be made compact. The operator can adjust the position of the cup attachment in any posture while standing or sitting, so that the operability is improved. In addition, since a large condenser lens is not required by using a concave mirror, mirror formation is required, but cost can be reduced because only one polishing surface is required.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is an external perspective view of a cup mounting device according to the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a diagram showing a schematic configuration inside a housing of the apparatus.

FIG. 3 is a diagram when the apparatus main body is viewed from above.

FIG. 4 is a diagram showing a control system of the apparatus.

FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating a method for obtaining an optical center position of a lens LE.

FIG. 6 is a diagram showing an example of a screen displayed on a panel.

[Explanation of symbols]

 DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Device main body 3 Panel 5 Eyeglass frame shape measurement unit 10 Lens table 12 Support pin 13 Index part 17 1st CCD camera 18 2nd CCD camera 20 Illumination light source 21 Concave mirror 25 Cup 30 Blocking mechanism part 50 Control part

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Claims (6)

[Claims]
1. A cup mounting means for mounting a cup used at the time of processing a peripheral edge of an eyeglass lens to a lens to be processed placed on a mounting table, wherein the position of the lens to be processed is aligned with a reference axis of the cup mounting means. In the cup mounting apparatus, a concave mirror for shaping the illumination light from the illumination light source into an illumination light beam having a diameter larger than the diameter of the lens to be processed is illuminated by the illumination optical system arranged on the reference axis, and the illumination optical system. A screen on which the image of the lens to be processed is projected, imaging means for capturing the image projected on the screen, and a surface surface for displaying the image of the lens to be processed imaged by the imaging means. A cup mounting device, comprising: a display unit disposed on an upper surface of the device housing.
2. The cup mounting device according to claim 1, wherein
Further, an index plate disposed in an optical path between the concave mirror of the illumination optical system and the screen, and a center detection for detecting an image of the index plate projected on the screen and detecting an optical center of the lens to be processed. And a display control means for displaying the detection information superimposed on a lens image on a display surface of the display means.
3. The cup mounting device according to claim 1, further comprising a mounting member for mounting the lens to be processed when the cup is mounted, wherein the illumination light source of the illumination optical system is directed toward the lens by reflection from the concave mirror. A cup mounting device which is arranged outside the optical path of the illumination light beam and in the vicinity of the mounting member.
4. The cup mounting device according to claim 1, wherein
The display surface of the display means is 20 cm from the installation surface of the device housing.
A cup mounting device, which is arranged at a height of up to 30 cm.
5. The cup mounting device according to claim 4, wherein
Further, the display surface of the display means is inclined toward the near side at an angle of 45 degrees or less.
6. The cup mounting device according to claim 4, wherein
A spectacle frame shape measuring unit for tracing the shape of the spectacle frame held by the spectacle frame holding means, an outlet for the spectacle frame to be held by the holding means is arranged on an upper surface of the device housing, and the display means comprises spectacles A cup mounting device, which also serves as a display for displaying frame measurement data.
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