JP2005062702A - Label worn around neck - Google Patents

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JP2005062702A
JP2005062702A JP2003295718A JP2003295718A JP2005062702A JP 2005062702 A JP2005062702 A JP 2005062702A JP 2003295718 A JP2003295718 A JP 2003295718A JP 2003295718 A JP2003295718 A JP 2003295718A JP 2005062702 A JP2005062702 A JP 2005062702A
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Junichi Kobayashi
淳一 小林
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a label worn around a neck on which larger quantity of information can be provided and whose four faces can all be erected so as to make the information printed thereon easy to view. <P>SOLUTION: The label worn around a neck for a container is so constituted that: a first base material 10 and a second base material 11 are bonded together with two lines of bonding sections 12, 13 having prescribed width formed in a longitudinal direction; the first base material 10 can be cut off at a cutting line 1 formed at a part approximately middle of both of the bonding sections 12, 13; and on the second base material, two cut lines 2, 3 formed parallel to the cutting line 1 of the first base material and one cut line 4 formed in the middle of and perpendicular to the two cut lines 2, 3 form an H shaped cut line, and cut lines 5, 6 shorter than the one cut line 4 are formed across the one cut line 4. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2005,JPO&NCIPI

Description

  The present invention relates to a neck label, and more particularly to a neck label that can print more information and is convenient to carry.

  Conventionally, a neck hanger label attached to the neck of a container such as a bottle or a bottle has attracted attention as a product for printing and displaying product information and advertisement information related to the contents of the container.

In Patent Document 1, a hole for attaching to the neck of a bottle or bottle container is formed on a single sheet-like label, and when the neck is attached to the hole, an upstanding surface is formed, A technique for printing and displaying product information and advertisement information on a standing surface is disclosed.
JP 2002-140002

  However, since the technique described in Patent Document 1 uses a single sheet-like label, it has not only a drawback that the amount of information that can be printed is small, but also because there are only two standing surfaces, the two standing uprights facing each other. The printed information on the side is easy to see, but the other two sides do not stand up and remain lying down, so the printed information is difficult to see.

  Therefore, the present invention can increase the amount of information and can stand on all four sides, so that it is an object to provide a neckline label on which printed information is easy to see.

  The above problems are solved by the following inventions.

  (Claim 1) The first base material (10) and the second base material (11) are bonded to each other through two predetermined width-adhesive portions (12, 13) formed in the vertical direction. The one base material (10) is configured to be separable by a cut line (1) formed at a position about half of the distance between both adhesive portions (12, 13), and the second base material is the first base material. Two cutting lines (2, 3) formed parallel to the cutting line (1) of the material, and one cutting line formed directly to the center of the two cutting lines (2, 3) An H-shaped cut line is formed by the cut line (4), and a cut line (5, 6) shorter than the one cut line (4) is formed across the one cut line (4). A container neck label.

  (Claim 2) Each of the cut lines (5, 6) is composed of a concave arc-shaped cut line (50, 50) and a convex arc-shaped cut line (60, 60) continuous at both ends thereof. The container neck label according to claim 1.

  (Claim 3) The neck label for a container according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) have a square shape.

  (Claim 4) The container neck label according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) are partially circular.

  (Claim 5) The both adhesive portions (12, 13) are formed at both lateral ends of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11). 3. A container neck label according to 3 or 4.

  (Claim 6) At least one of the adhesion portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) is detachably bonded. Container neck label.

  (Claim 7) In at least one of the bonding portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11), a partial region of the bonding portion is detachably bonded. A container neck label according to claim 5 or 6.

  (Claim 8) One (12) of both adhesive portions (12, 13) is formed at one end in the lateral direction of the first base (10) and the second base (11), and the other (13 ) Is formed at a position located on the inner side of the other end portion in the lateral direction of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11), and extends from the other adhesive portion (13) toward the other end portion. The container neck label according to claim 1, 2, or 3, further comprising an extended portion (10A, 11A) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11).

  (Claim 9) At least one of the adhesive portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) is detachably bonded. Container neck label.

  (Claim 10) In at least one of the adhesive portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11), a partial region of the adhesive portion is detachably bonded. The container neck label according to claim 9.

  (11) The container neck label according to claim 8, 9 or 10, wherein the extending portions 10A and 11A are detachably bonded.

  According to the present invention, the amount of information can be increased, and all four sides can be erected, so that it is possible to provide a neckline label on which printed information is easy to see.

  Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

  1 is a cross-sectional view showing an example of a neck label according to the present invention, FIG. 2 is a plan view of FIG. 1, and FIG. 3 is a back view of FIG.

  The neck label A of the present invention basically comprises a first base material 10 and a second base material 11 as shown in FIG.

  The 1st base material 10 and the 2nd base material 11 are adhere | attached via the adhesive parts 12 and 13 of two predetermined widths in the vertical direction.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the first base material 10 has adhesive portions 12 and 13 having a predetermined width at both ends in the lateral direction X, and the second base material 11 is similarly shown in FIG. 3. The adhesive portions 12 and 13 with the first base material 10 are provided at both ends in the lateral direction X.

  In the present invention, it is preferable that at least one of the adhesive portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) is detachably bonded. That is, in the present invention, both of the bonding portions (12, 13) may be bonded so as to be peelable or only one of them may be bonded so as to be peelable. It is preferable to print novelty information such as points and characters on the part that is releasably bonded.

  Although the width | variety of the adhesion parts 12 and 13 is not specifically limited, It is preferable to determine in the range of 5 mm-20 mm. The widths of the adhesive portions 12 and 13 may be the same or different.

  In the case where the width of the bonded portion is widened, it is also preferable that at least one of the bonded portions (12, 13) be configured such that a partial region of the bonded portion can be peeled off. This is because the novelty information can be printed.

  A cut line 1 is formed in the first base material 10 in parallel with the longitudinal direction Y. The cut line 1 is formed at a site that is approximately ½ of the distance between the adhesive portions 12 and 13. In the present invention, the distance between the adhesive portions 12 and 13 means the maximum distance between the adhesive portions 12 and 13. In the embodiment shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the adhesive portions are formed up to both ends of the first base material 10. Therefore, the length L in the lateral direction X of the first base material 10 is obtained. Further, the half of the site means the approximate center of the length L in the lateral direction X of the first substrate 10. The cut line 1 can be formed by a cutting process with the first base material 10 and the second base material bonded together, but the whole may be cut off in the longitudinal direction Y, or both ends in the longitudinal direction Y may be left slightly. The cut line 1 may be provided and separated when attached to the container.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the second base material 11 includes two cut lines 2 and 3 formed in parallel to the cut line 1 of the first base material 10, and the two cut lines 2 and 3. An H-shaped cut line is formed by a single cut line 4 formed perpendicular to the central portion of each.

  In the present invention, the cut line 1 of the first substrate 10 and the cut line 4 of the second substrate 11 are orthogonal. The two base materials 10 and 11 are laminated, and the two cutting lines 1 and 4 are orthogonal to make it easy to insert the neck of the container. In addition, the space | interval of the cutting lines 2 and 3 is suitably determined by the magnitude | size of the neck of a container.

  In the second base material 11, cut lines 5 and 6 shorter than the cut line 4 are formed in addition to the cut line. Each of the cut lines 5 and 6 is preferably composed of concave arc-shaped cut lines 50 and 50 and convex arc-shaped cut lines 60 and 60 continuous at both ends thereof as shown in the figure.

  In the present invention, it is preferable that the shapes of the first base material 10 and the second base material 11 are rectangular as illustrated.

  Moreover, as another preferable aspect of this invention, the aspect shown in FIG. 4, FIG. 5 is mentioned. 4 shows the first base material 10 and FIG. 5 shows the second base material 11.

  The form shown in FIG.4 and FIG.5 is a form with which the shape of the 1st base material 10 and the 2nd base material 11 is a partial circle shape, and two circular shapes overlapped. This form is preferable when the print information is described in a circular frame when it functions effectively (for example, when quality display of a circular percentage is performed).

  4 and 5, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 2 and 3 have the same configuration, and thus the description thereof is omitted.

  Furthermore, other preferred embodiments of the present invention include the embodiments shown in FIGS.

  A feature of the embodiment shown in FIGS. 6 and 7 is that the lengths of the substrates on both sides of the cut line 1 are different. That is, as shown in the figure, one adhesive portion 12 of both the adhesive portions 12 and 13 is formed at one end portion in the lateral direction X of the first base material 10 and the second base material 11. Moreover, the other (13) is formed in the site | part located inside the other edge part of the horizontal direction of a 1st base material (10) and a 2nd base material (11). The cut line 1 is formed at a site that is approximately ½ of the distance between the adhesive portions 12 and 13.

  Therefore, the first base material 10 and the second base material 11 have base material extension portions 10A and 11A on the right side of the bonding portion 13. Forming such an extension can further increase the print information.

  Also in the embodiment shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, at least one of the adhesion portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) may be detachably adhered. preferable.

  Moreover, it is also preferable that at least one of the bonding portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11), a partial area of the bonding portion is detachably bonded.

  Further, it is preferable that the extending portions 10A and 11A are detachably bonded. This is because the novelty information can be printed in the region of the extended portion.

  6 and 7, the same reference numerals as those in FIGS. 2 and 3 have the same configuration, and the description thereof is omitted.

  Next, the usage form of the neckline label shown in FIG.2 and FIG.3 is demonstrated based on FIG.

  Cover the neck of a container P such as a plastic bottle from the second substrate 11 side. When covering, the width of the neck of the container P is first adjusted between the parallel cut lines 2 and 3 of the H-shaped cut line of the second base material 11, and then the tip center of the neck of the container P is set to the cut line 4. Match.

  Next, when both ends of the first base material 10 and the second base material 11 are pulled downward, the cut line 4 is opened, and the neck of the container is inserted into the opened portion. At that time, the H-shaped cut lines 2 and 3 are also opened, and the raised portion 11C is formed on the second base material. Of course, this rising portion is also formed on the opposite side. The rising portion is formed due to the presence of the cut lines 5 and 6. The upper portion of the cutting lines 5 and 6 becomes the rising portion 11C, and the lower portion forms an inclined surface 11D.

  As a result of forming the rising portion 11C, both ends of the second base material perform a spacer function, and the first base material divided into two is started up.

  In this aspect, as the rising surfaces, two surfaces of two surfaces by the two first base materials and two surfaces of the rising portions of the second base materials are formed.

  Various information such as advertisements and novelties can be printed on these four startup surfaces, and more information can be printed than before. Also, printing can be performed on the two inclined surfaces 11D, and the amount of information is further increased. Further, if printing is performed also on the back side of the start-up surface, the print information further increases.

  Due to the presence of the cut lines 5 and 6, not only the rising part 11C is formed, but also the part of the cut lines 5 and 6 that is the uppermost part of the inclined surface 11D is caught by the neck or lid of the container, so the neckline label is stabilized. The effect is fixed.

Sectional drawing which shows an example of the neckline label of this invention Plan view of FIG. Back view of FIG. The figure which shows the other preferable aspect of a 1st base material The figure which shows the other preferable aspect of a 2nd base material. The figure which shows the other preferable aspect of a 1st base material The figure which shows the other preferable aspect of a 2nd base material. The perspective view which shows the usage type of the neckline label of this invention

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A: neck label 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6: cutting line 10: first base material 11: second base material 12, 13: adhesive part 50, 50: cutting line 60, 60: cutting line 10A , 11A: Extension part of base material 11C: Raising part 11D: Inclined surface P: Container

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  1.    The first base material (10) and the second base material (11) are bonded via two strips of adhesive portions (12, 13) having a predetermined width formed in the vertical direction, and the first base material (10 ) Is configured to be separable by a cut line (1) formed at a site about half of the distance between both adhesive portions (12, 13), and the second base material is the cut line of the first base material. Two cut lines (2, 3) formed in parallel to (1) and one cut line (4) formed perpendicular to the center of the two cut lines (2, 3) And an H-shaped cut line is formed, and a cut line (5, 6) shorter than the one cut line (4) is formed across the one cut line (4). The container's neckline label.
  2.   2. Each of the cut lines (5, 6) comprises a concave arc-shaped cut line (50, 50) and a convex arc-shaped cut line (60, 60) continuous at both ends thereof. The container's neckline label.
  3.   The neck label for a container according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the shape of the first substrate (10) and the second substrate (11) is a square shape.
  4.   The neck label for a container according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the shapes of the first substrate (10) and the second substrate (11) are partially circular.
  5.   The both adhesive portions (12, 13) are formed at both lateral ends of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11), respectively. Container neck label.
  6.   6. The neck of a container according to claim 5, wherein at least one of the adhesive portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) is detachably bonded. label.
  7.   At least one of the bonding parts (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11), a partial region of the bonding part is bonded in a peelable manner. Item 7. A container neck label according to item 5 or 6.
  8.   One (12) of both adhesion portions (12, 13) is formed at one end in the lateral direction of the first base (10) and the second base (11), and the other (13) is the first base. The first base is formed at a position located on the inner side of the other end portion in the lateral direction of the material (10) and the second base material (11), from the other adhesive portion (13) toward the other end portion. The container neck label according to claim 1, 2 or 3, characterized in that it has an extended portion (10A, 11A) of the material (10) and the second base material (11).
  9.   The neck of the container according to claim 8, wherein at least one of the adhesive portions (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11) is detachably bonded. label.
  10.   At least one of the bonding parts (12, 13) of the first base material (10) and the second base material (11), a partial region of the bonding part is bonded in a peelable manner. Item 10. A neck label for a container according to Item 9.
  11.   The container neck label according to claim 8, 9 or 10, wherein the extending portions 10A and 11A are detachably bonded.
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JP2008076714A (en) * 2006-09-21 2008-04-03 Fuji Seal International Inc Cylindrical label hung on neck
JP2009128873A (en) * 2007-11-28 2009-06-11 Osaka Sealing Printing Co Ltd Ready-to-assemble three-dimensional label
JP2009220347A (en) * 2008-03-14 2009-10-01 Fuji Seal International Inc Manufacturing method of continuous neck label
JP2009223077A (en) * 2008-03-18 2009-10-01 Fuji Seal International Inc Neck label
JP2010274951A (en) * 2009-05-28 2010-12-09 Fuji Seal International Inc Container with neck-hung label
JP2011081321A (en) * 2009-10-09 2011-04-21 Toppan Tdk Label Co Ltd Neck label
JP2013205664A (en) * 2012-03-29 2013-10-07 Fuji Seal International Inc Neck-hung label and container with neck-hung label
JP2014174520A (en) * 2013-03-13 2014-09-22 Fuji Seal International Inc Indicator label, and container having the same
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