JP2005530943A - Manufacturing method of wood-based window frame and door frame and frame made by the manufacturing method - Google Patents

Manufacturing method of wood-based window frame and door frame and frame made by the manufacturing method Download PDF

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JP2005530943A
JP2005530943A JP2004517197A JP2004517197A JP2005530943A JP 2005530943 A JP2005530943 A JP 2005530943A JP 2004517197 A JP2004517197 A JP 2004517197A JP 2004517197 A JP2004517197 A JP 2004517197A JP 2005530943 A JP2005530943 A JP 2005530943A
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    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/96Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings
    • E06B3/964Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings using separate connection pieces, e.g. T-connection pieces
    • E06B3/9642Butt type joints with at least one frame member cut off square; T-shape joints
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/96Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings
    • E06B3/964Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings using separate connection pieces, e.g. T-connection pieces
    • E06B3/9645Mitre joints
    • E06B3/9646Mitre joints using two similar connecting pieces each connected with one or the frame members and drawn together at the joint
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E06DOORS, WINDOWS, SHUTTERS, OR ROLLER BLINDS IN GENERAL; LADDERS
    • E06BFIXED OR MOVABLE CLOSURES FOR OPENINGS IN BUILDINGS, VEHICLES, FENCES OR LIKE ENCLOSURES IN GENERAL, e.g. DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS, GATES
    • E06B3/00Window sashes, door leaves, or like elements for closing wall or like openings; Layout of fixed or moving closures, e.g. windows in wall or like openings; Features of rigidly-mounted outer frames relating to the mounting of wing frames
    • E06B3/96Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings
    • E06B3/984Corner joints or edge joints for windows, doors, or the like frames or wings specially adapted for frame members of wood or other material worked in a similar way
    • E06B3/9845Mitre joints

Abstract

The method of assembling the frame includes the step of making a wooden base frame using metal corner brackets (16), straps (18) or other tension-restraining elements or through screws passed diagonally through the corners of the frame. The frame can be easily assembled and maintained, replaced, or disassembled for other purposes. The method of assembling the frame includes a simple method of manufacturing a wooden component to process a linear profile housing (15) for receiving a metal or PVC element, the metal or PVC element being movable with a fixed frame. It is the connecting component between the frame and ensures the necessary sealing and thermal insulation. This manufacturing method is particularly suitable for the manufacture and assembly of large frames.

Description

The present invention relates to a manufacturing method for a frame made of wood and an aluminum or PVC frame or other material.
The present invention also relates to a frame made by the manufacturing method described above.

  Prior art, completely different from conventional wooden frames or aluminum frames, has taught the development of frames containing components made of both of the aforementioned materials. That is, the parts of the frame installed inside the building are made of wood, while the parts facing the outside are made of aluminum.

The main purpose of this technology is the combination of the beauty and "warmth" of wood with the effective and excellent resistance to wear of aluminum in the atmosphere.
The new frame technology is characterized in two categories, depending on whether the basic elements of the structure being made are made of one or the other of the two materials.

  If the structure is wooden and aluminum outer protection is attached to the structure, the category is defined by the term “wood-aluminum”, while the support structure is made of aluminum and the wooden cladding is attached to it. When attached, the category is defined by the term “aluminum-wood”.

  Frames belonging to the “wood-aluminum” category are basically obtained using the principles of conventional wooden frames, and the frames are bonded in a special shape to form the basic structure of the frame. Thus, the frame structure has a relationship to a fixed frame, a wall surface, or a movable window or door to the fixed frame. The wooden elements of the structure are machined with special tools to obtain the detailed and special shape required to assemble with the aluminum protective element.

  The frame made by the above method is better in weather protection than the conventional wooden frame, but the need for expensive tools, the machining necessary to make special elements, In addition, the production cost is increased due to the generation of waste materials based on the above-described machining.

  Frames manufactured using the “aluminum-wood” approach are also expensive to manufacture. This is because aluminum processing is more expensive than wood processing, and the wood must be installed inside the frame. Even worse, the final product is “mechanical” rather than the “warmth” associated with traditional wood products.

  The main object of the present invention is to provide a manufacturing method for a frame made of wood and aluminum or PVC or other material, which is simpler than the conventional manufacturing method. The machine is used and the manufacturing cost is low.

  Another object of the present invention is to provide a method of manufacturing a frame made of wood and aluminum or PVC or other material, the manufacturing method being easy to assemble and disassemble, Therefore, assembly can be performed at the processing site, as can component repair, maintenance or replacement.

  The object of the present invention is to provide a frame made of wood and made of aluminum or PVC or other material, which frame is aesthetically pleasing and at the same time has a sealing property, thermal insulation and Functional reliability provides the most appropriate characteristics.

The aforementioned object is a method of manufacturing a frame made of wood and aluminum or PVC or other material, the method comprising:
Processing a pure wood component or wood panel component to produce a housing with a linear cross-sectional shape to accommodate a metal element or PVC element;
Assembling the components to make a stationary frame and a movable frame, the assembling step extending around the frame with metal corner brackets installed at the four corners of the frame Assembling the components to make a stationary frame and a movable frame, which are performed by joining the horizontal and vertical frames of the frame with straps or other elements that withstand tensile forces;
Fixing the metal element or the PVC element to the housing formed on the inner side of the fixed frame and the outer side of the movable frame with screw means;
Attaching hinges, seals and other mechanical components to the stationary frame and the movable frame, which are adapted to ensure the opening and closing of the frame and the general proper function of the frame;
Is included.

  Assembling of wooden components for realizing a fixed frame and a movable frame of a frame is performed using a metal corner bracket and a through screw installed obliquely at a corner of the frame.

  The housing for the metal element has an L-shaped cross section and is made by longitudinal cutting using a rotary saw.

  The manufacturing method of the present invention also includes the attachment of an external aluminum (or PVC) protective guard, the terminal side of which is crimped between the metal element and the wooden frame or between the window glass frame and the wooden frame.

  The frame obtained using the fabrication method described above provides excellent aesthetic properties because it uses pure wood or panels to construct the structure of the fixed frame and the movable frame. Frames can be made at the same cost as currently manufactured frames. This is because no complex or special tools are required to carry out the machining operations for producing the wooden components. In particular, processing operations, unlike current processing operations, have produced rectangular wooden rods or strips that can be reused as glazing frames or vertical or horizontal frames for small frames. The manufactured frame provides special features and advantages that can be assembled with removal means and components, so that the frame can be disassembled if necessary and each component of the frame can be reattached. This saves significant maintenance and repair costs.

  These and other features and advantages of the present invention will be understood by a detailed description based on exemplary embodiments illustrated in the accompanying drawings of the present invention, which are preferred but not limiting.

  In FIG. 1, reference numeral 10 indicates a frame of a movable door of the frame in the manufacturing stage. The frame includes two vertical frames 11, 12 and two horizontal frames 13, 14 having an L-shaped cross-sectional profile, and a strap 17, and the vertical frames 11, 12 and the horizontal frames 13, 14 are provided. Is assembled using metal corner brackets 16 installed at the four corners of the frame, and the straps 17 are made of metal, and around the vertical and horizontal frames by a known method. It is attached.

  FIG. 2 a illustrates a strap 18 extending between the two ends 19, 20 of the threaded pivot 21, which is attached obliquely to the corner of the frame 10 ′ The two side surfaces of the frame have a tensile force of an appropriate strength, and the coupling of the pivot 21, the corner bracket 16 and the strap 18 provides a complete coupling of the two components 11 'and 13' of the frame. Have achieved.

Another coupling method at each single corner of the frame 10 'is illustrated in FIG. 2b. A threaded pivot 21 'installed diagonally between two sides at the corner is used with the corner bracket 16', the end of the corner bracket 16 'being constrained by the pivots 51,52. The pivots 51, 52 are slidable within the small housings 53, 54, which housings 53, 54 are entirely housed in the cavities at the ends 19 ', 20' of the pivot 21 'and are therefore made of wood. It is installed in the components 11 'and 13'. After the pivot 21 'is secured to the two housings 53, 54 using the perforated cylinders 55, 56 in the same manner as in the previous embodiment, the corner bracket 16' is positioned and its end is pivot 51 , 52, and therefore, the assembly of the corners of the frame 10 'is completed by applying a tensile force to the pivot by the screws 57, 58. The screws 57, 58 interact between the housings 53, 54 and the two slidable support sleeves 59, 60 of the pivot associated with the housing. The housings 53 and 54 are provided with free-running slots 61 and 62 for the pivot 21 ′ so that the frame can be easily assembled even if there are structural differences in the components to be assembled.
The window glass 22 is inserted into the frame 10 before the aforementioned coupling is performed. The window glass 22 may be inserted into a groove 23 formed on the inner side surfaces of the vertical frame and the horizontal frame, for example.

  In the manufacturing process of the present invention, for example, as shown in FIG. 3, metal elements for ensuring complete sealing and insulation from the outside are attached to the outer surfaces of the vertical frame and the horizontal frame. The metal element 24 is attached to the vertical frame 11 so as to be correctly overlapped with the strap 17; the metal element 24 is adjusted to the same height with respect to the second element 25 attached to the vertical frame of the fixed frame 26. The movable frame 10 is rotatably constrained to the fixed frame 26 by a hinge 27.

  The metal element housing 28 in the fixed frame 26 has a linear cross-sectional shape, that is, an L shape, and is disposed symmetrically with the other housings 15 in the movable frame 10. This greatly simplifies the processing required for the wooden components of the frame. This is because the aforementioned housing can be shaped using a longitudinal cutting process performed using a simple rotary saw.

  The embodiment in FIG. 3 illustrates guards 29, 29 'made of aluminum to protect the surface of the frame facing the outside of the building. The protection is constrained to the frame by constraining the contact edge between the metal element and the wooden frame. Specifically, in the guard 29 in the fixed frame 26, only one end edge of the guard is constrained between the element 25 and the wood frame 26, while the other end edge is in contact with the structure 30; A fixed frame 26 is attached to the structure 30. The guard 29 ′ of the movable frame 11 has one edge constrained between the element 24 and the wood frame 11, and the other edge constrained between the glass window 22 and the frame 11 itself. Restrained by the frame.

  FIG. 4 illustrates the contact portion between two movable window frames 10 and 40 in the present invention. The vertical frame 12 of the frame 10 is opposite to the other vertical frame 11 of the frame 10 shown in FIG. A metal element 31 is attached to the vertical frame 11 using screws; the metal element 31 overlaps the strap 17 connected to the frame 10, and the metal element 31 is attached to the movable window frame 40 It is formed so as to be correctly coupled to the formed metal element 32. The metal element 32 includes a surface 33 facing outwardly, and a wooden strip 34 is removably attached to the surface 33.

  If the vertical frame 12 or 11 is reworked to make the housings 15, 35 of the elements 24, 31, the strip 34 can be removed from the vertical frame 12 or 11.

  FIG. 5 is a view similar to FIG. However, in this case, complete thermal insulation between the outside and the inside is achieved with the metal elements used differently than described above, and there is no physical contact between the inside and the outside. Even a slight contact causes heat transfer between the inside and outside of the frame. In the present invention, the elements 35, 36 and 37 that are in contact with the outside air are connected to each other by the non-metallic contact element 41, so that heat transfer does not occur. Insulation is achieved by specially shaped rubber seals 46, 47 inserted between the various elements.

  In this case, the movable frames 42 and 43 of the frame are assembled using straps 44 and 45 made of metal tape, and the housing for the metal element has a straight and simple cross-sectional shape.

  Instead of metal straps, elements that are resistant to tension, such as metal wires, polyester tape, propylene, carbon fibers and other materials may be used.

  Whatever the material used, the advantages of the frame of the present invention with respect to manufacturing costs and removal characteristics are clear. It is clear that this characteristic is maintained even when further modifications and changes are made.

  Each of the element coupling joints used in the horizontal frame 130 and the vertical frame 110 preferably includes at least one pivot joint 210 and at least one block 530, 540: at least one pivot joint 210. Has a function of a tension rod and is easily and coaxially accommodated in the cylindrical housing 200, and the cylindrical housing 200 is installed in advance in the combined horizontal frame 130 and vertical frame 110. At least one block 530, 540 is for interacting with means engageable with the end of the pivot joint 210, the pivot joint 210 for positioning the tension rod in tension; The blocks 530 and 540 are installed in advance so as to be easily accommodated in the cavitage 250 installed in the horizontal frame 130 and the vertical frame 110.

  Specifically, the block 530 is shaped so as to restore the shape of the element or the horizontal frame 130 or the vertical frame 110 in which the cavitating 250 is installed when accommodated in the corresponding cavitating 250. On the outwardly facing surface, the block 530 comprises the elements or wing parts 510 and 520 of the horizontal frame 130 or vertical frame 110 so that when the part or wing is inserted into the cavitation 250 250 is not discontinuous over the entire length of the installed element. If the element or horizontal frame 130 or vertical frame 110 does not have these parts or wings (as on the side that is in contact with or inserted into the wall), the housing 540 is cylindrical on the outside. There are two parallel bases that are straight and straight and provide a holding housing for receiving the end of the pivot joint 210.

  Known means for positioning the tension bar in tension are provided at the end of the pivot joint 210. Typically, the means comprises a screw 300 and blocks 530, 540, which can be used to provide interaction between the ends of the pivot joint 210, with the blocks 530, 540 tensioning the pivot joint 210. Can be positioned in a state.

  The mutual positioning of Belleville washers 350 keeps the tension load constant.

  10 and 11, the joint uses a single block 530 installed in the vertical frame 110. This is because the second end of the pivot joint 210 is threaded and pre-installed to screw into a nut pre-installed on a pin 550 inserted in a housing installed in the lateral frame 130. is there.

  In each case, the blocks 530 and 540 are characterized by a straight cylindrical surface and are of specific dimensions that can be easily accommodated in a cavitation or cylindrical housing 250 installed on the horizontal and vertical frames 110. It has become. The simple shape and the simple structure (especially in the cavitating 250) make the manufacturing operations in the elements and assembly significantly easier and faster.

  The connection process in the present invention means that it is possible to use a wooden profile made with glued ground wood elements (chipboard) using not only pure wood but also various types of wood. For example, a plywood can be attached to the visible portion, and other protective material (PVC, steel, aluminum, etc.) can be attached to the exposed portion of the atmospheric substance.

  The dimensions of the frame can be easily changed. This is because the use of vertical and horizontal frames made of wood with a large cross-sectional size requires no changes in the manufacturing process, machine tools and machines used.

  The element may be made of PVC or steel, as well as attaching a protective guard to the outer surface of the frame.

  The shape of the element and the seal attached thereto may be changed according to the application.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a frame made by the manufacturing method of the present invention. FIG. 2a is a partial detail view of a frame in the present invention. FIG. 2b is a partial detail view of a frame in the present invention. FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view of an embodiment of a frame in the present invention. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view of an embodiment of a frame in the present invention. FIG. 5 is a cross-sectional view of an embodiment of a frame in the present invention. FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view taken along the arrow VII-VII in FIG. 7 and relates to a part of another frame made by the manufacturing method of the present invention. FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line VI-VI in FIG. FIG. 8 is a perspective view of a portion of a frame in a further embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 9 is a median cross-sectional view in FIG. FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view as seen from arrow IX-IX in FIG. 11 and relates to a portion of a further embodiment of a frame made according to the present invention. FIG. 11 is a cross-sectional view seen from the arrow XX in FIG.

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  1. A method of manufacturing window frames and door frames made of wood and aluminum or PVC or other materials, the manufacturing method comprising:
    Processing a pure wood component or wood panel component to produce a housing with a linear cross-sectional shape to accommodate a metal element or PVC element;
    Assembling the components to make a stationary frame and a movable frame, the assembling step extending around the frame with metal corner brackets installed at the four corners of the frame Assembling the components to make a stationary frame and a movable frame, which are performed by joining the horizontal and vertical frames of the frame with straps or other elements that withstand tensile forces;
    Fixing the metal element or the PVC element to the housing formed on the inner side of the fixed frame and the outer side of the movable frame with screw means;
    Attaching hinges, seals and other mechanical components to the stationary frame and the movable frame, which are adapted to ensure the opening and closing of the frame and the general proper function of the frame;
    Manufacturing method.
  2.   The step of assembling the wood components to make the fixed frame and the movable frame comprises using a metal corner bracket (16), a threaded pivot (21) and a strap (18) to form the frame (10 ' ) Of the horizontal frame (13 ') and the vertical frame (11'), and the threaded pivot (21) is installed diagonally at the corner of the frame, (18) is stretched between the two ends (19, 20) of the threaded pivot (21) so as to exert a tensile force on the two sides of the corner; 2. A method according to claim 1, wherein the strength is such that a perfect bond between the horizontal frame (13 ') forming the corner and the vertical frame (11') is achieved.
  3.   The step of assembling the wooden components to make the fixed frame and the movable frame comprises using a threaded pivot (21) and a corner bracket (16 ') to form the lateral frame (13') of the frame (10 '). ) And the vertical frame (11 '), the threaded pivot (21) being passed obliquely through the corners of the frame, and the end of the corner bracket (16') The part is constrained by a pivot (51, 52), the pivot (51, 52) being slidable relative to the housing (53, 54), the housing (53, 54) being connected to the threaded pivot. The whole is accommodated in the cavities installed in the horizontal frame (13 ') and the vertical frame (11') at positions corresponding to the end portions (19 ', 20') of (21 '); Is Acted by screws (57, 58) interacting between the housing (53, 54) and the support (59, 60) of the pivot (51, 52), the tensile force is 2. The method according to claim 1, wherein a perfect corner connection between the frame (13 ') and the vertical frame (11') is ensured.
  4.   The housing (15, 28, 35) of the metal element (24, 25, 31) is L-shaped in cross section, and the housing (15, 28, 35) is a wood component ( The manufacturing method according to claim 3, wherein the manufacturing method is made by cutting in a longitudinal direction.
  5.   A step of attaching an external protective guard (29, 29 ') made of aluminum or PVC, the step of attaching the external protective guard (29, 29') between the metal element and the wood frame The manufacturing method as described in any one of Claims 1-4 including the attachment step performed by crimping | compression-bonding between a window-glass frame channel and this wood frame.
  6. A frame made of wood, aluminum or PVC or other material comprising a frame, a housing, a metal or PVC element, hinges, seals and other mechanical components The frame is made of pure wood or panel-shaped wood, the frame is made of metal corner brackets installed at the four corners of the frame and the tensile force extending around the frame. Assembled by joining the horizontal and vertical frames of the frame with a durable strap or other element;
    The housing is for housing a metal element or PVC element, has a linear cross-sectional shape and is installed on the wood frame;
    The metal element or the PVC element is fixed to the fixed frame and the movable frame in each of the housings formed on the inner side of the fixed frame and the outer side of the movable frame by screw means;
    The hinges, seals and other mechanical components are adapted to ensure opening and closing of the frame and operation of the frame;
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  7.   By combining the horizontal frame (13 ') and the vertical frame (11') of the frame using a metal corner piece (16), a threaded pivot (21), and a strap (18) A fixed frame and a movable frame assembled to each other; the threaded pivot (21) is passed diagonally through the corners of the frame, and the strap (18) is tensioned on two sides of the corners. The transverse frame is stretched between the two ends (19, 20) of the threaded pivot (21) so as to act on the lateral frame forming the corner. The frame according to claim 6, comprising a fixed frame and a movable frame adapted to achieve a perfect connection between (13 ′) and the longitudinal frame (11 ′).
  8.   Assembled by joining the horizontal frame (13 ') and the vertical frame (11') of the frame (10 ') using a threaded pivot (21) and a corner bracket (16') The fixed frame and the movable frame; the threaded pivot (21) is passed diagonally through the corner of the frame, and the end of the corner bracket (16 ') is constrained to the pivot (51, 52) The pivot (51, 52) is slidable relative to the housing (53, 54), the housing (53, 54) being connected to the end (19 'of the threaded pivot (21'). , 20 ') are accommodated entirely in the cavities installed in the horizontal frame (13') and the vertical frame (11 ') at a position corresponding to the housing (53, 54). The pivot (5 , 52) is exerted by screws (57, 58) interacting with the support (59, 60) of the horizontal frame (13 ') and the vertical frame (11'). The frame according to claim 6, comprising a fixed frame and a movable frame ensuring a perfect corner connection with the frame.
  9. An element coupling joint used for the horizontal frame (130) and the vertical frame (110), comprising at least one pivot joint (210) and at least one block (530, 540). In: the at least one pivot joint (210) has the function of a tension rod and is easily and coaxially accommodated inside the cylindrical housing (200), the cylindrical housing (200) being interconnected. Pre-placed on the horizontal frame (130) and vertical frame (110); the at least one block (530, 540) interacts with means engageable with the end of the pivot joint (210) The pivot joint (210) is for positioning the tension rod in tension. The blocks (530, 540) are pre-arranged to be easily accommodated in cavities (250) installed in the horizontal frame (130) and the vertical frame (110), and the at least one When the blocks (530, 540) are accommodated in the corresponding cavities (250), the shape of the element in which the cavities (250) are installed or the horizontal frame (130) or the vertical frame (110) is formed. Shaped to restore;
    Joint.
  10.   The joint of claim 9, wherein the means engagable with the end of the pivot joint (210) for releasing the tension state of the pivot joint (210) comprises a screw (300).
  11.   The at least one block (530, 540) is delimited by a straight cylindrical surface and is easily accommodated in the cavities installed in the horizontal frame (130) and the vertical frame (110). The joint of claim 10, wherein the joint is dimensioned as follows.
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