JP2008125737A - Lower stop for slide fastener - Google Patents

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JP2008125737A
JP2008125737A JP2006313156A JP2006313156A JP2008125737A JP 2008125737 A JP2008125737 A JP 2008125737A JP 2006313156 A JP2006313156 A JP 2006313156A JP 2006313156 A JP2006313156 A JP 2006313156A JP 2008125737 A JP2008125737 A JP 2008125737A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A44HABERDASHERY; JEWELLERY
    • A44BBUTTONS, PINS, BUCKLES, SLIDE FASTENERS, OR THE LIKE
    • A44B19/00Slide fasteners
    • A44B19/24Details
    • A44B19/36Means for permanently uniting the stringers at the end; Means for stopping movement of slider at the end
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y10TTECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER US CLASSIFICATION
    • Y10T24/00Buckles, buttons, clasps, etc.
    • Y10T24/25Zipper or required component thereof
    • Y10T24/2593Zipper or required component thereof including complementary, aligning means attached to ends of interlocking surfaces

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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a lower stop of a slider fastener for which decorations such as characters, marks or patterns can be easily displayed on the surface of the lower stop and the generation of cracks on the lower stop when attaching it is prevented. <P>SOLUTION: The lower stop 6 comprises an upper plate 11, a lower plate 12 and a base 20. The upper plate 11 is made of a non-deformable flat plate and perpendicularly bent flanges 14 are provided on both side ends of the upper plate 11. The lower plate 12 is provided with a groove part 18 whose cross section is circular arcuate on the center of the back surface, and arm parts 17 gradually separated from the upper plate 11 are provided on both sides of the groove part 18. The centers of the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 are connected by the base 20, characters, marks or patterns are displayed on the surface of the upper plate 11, and the core part 7 of a fastener tape 3 is clamped between the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 at the left and right of the base 20. The arm parts 17 of the lower plate 12 are plastically deformed toward the upper plate 11 to attach the lower stop 6 thereto, thereby preventing the generation of cracks on the lower stop 6. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2008,JPO&INPIT

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  This invention relates to a slide fastener using a fastener tape having a core portion on one side edge of the tape, and is attached to the core portion formed on the fastener tape connected to the fastener element, and has a function of stopping the sliding operation of the slider. The present invention relates to a stopper provided for a metal slide fastener.

  Conventionally, the slide fastener bottom stop that can be easily attached to the side edge of the fastener tape is, for example, as shown in FIGS. An acute-angled groove is provided on the back surface, and a curved branch wall is provided on the back and right sides, and a flat bottom surface is formed at the center, and the groove portion on the front surface of the fuselage and the flat bottom surface on the back surface are As shown in FIG. The flat bottom surface of the fuselage is placed on the anvil, and a core portion formed on one side edge of the fastener tape is fitted to the opposing surfaces of the curved branch wall portion on the left and right upper sides and the lower curved branch wall portion. A bottom fastener for a slide fastener that is attached by pressing from above is known.

Further, as a slide fastener bottom stop as shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, as shown in FIG. 10, the base portion is arranged at the center, and the front and rear legs are opposed to the left and right sides of the base portion in the front and back direction. Each leg portion extends in the left-right direction from the base portion, and is formed in a slanted form so that the leg portion on the front surface side and the leg portion on the back surface side gradually move away from the base portion. The right and left sides of the leg are formed so that they are open. Properly shaped protrusions are provided on the inner surface of the leg to form a receiving part that can fix the core of the fastener tape. From the open part, the core part formed on the side edge of the fastener tape is fitted, and the end part of the leg part of the left and right front and back is pressed to attach to the side edge of the fastener tape, and the end part of the fastener chain can be closed Slide fastener Use under stop is known.
U.S. Pat. No. 2,848,691 JP 2005-152023 A

  The slide fastener bottom stop shown in FIGS. 8 and 9 described in the previous section is provided with a sharp groove on the surface of the bottom stop fixed to the fastener chain. There is a harmful effect and there is a risk of quality degradation. Furthermore, since the bottom surface has an arc shape, there is a problem that it is difficult to easily form decorations such as characters, marks, and patterns on the bottom surface.

  Further, the slide fastener bottom stop shown in FIGS. 10 and 11 has both a leg portion on the front side and a leg portion on the back side which are obliquely opened, so that the bottom end is formed on the core portion formed on the side edge of the fastener tape. In order to attach the stop, both the left and right leg portions on the front surface side and the back surface side must be pressed and deformed. Therefore, there is a problem that it is difficult to form decorations such as letters, marks, and patterns on the surface of the bottom stop.

  The present invention was invented in view of the above-mentioned problems, and the invention according to claim 1 of the present invention is such that when the slide fastener bottom stop is fixed to the fastener chain, cracks are generated in the bottom stop. This is a slide fastener bottom stop that provides a good quality stop and can easily display decorations such as letters, marks, and patterns on the bottom surface. Is the main purpose.

  In addition to the object of the invention of claim 1, the invention of claim 2 can display decorations such as characters, marks, patterns, etc. on the surface of the slide fastener bottom stop easily and efficiently and accurately. It is an object of the present invention to provide a slide fastener bottom stop which can be easily attached to a core portion formed on one side edge of a fastener tape.

  In addition to the object of the invention of claim 1, the invention of claim 3 reinforces the upper base of the backbone connecting the upper and lower centers of the bottom stop and the base of the upper plate of the surface, respectively, and makes it difficult to deform. An object of the present invention is to provide a slide fastener bottom stop that can easily display decorations such as characters, marks and patterns on the surface of the stop.

  In addition to the object of the invention described in claim 1, the invention described in claim 4 is provided with protrusions on both the left and right sides of the backbone that connects the upper and lower centers of the bottom stop, and reinforces the backbone provided with arc-shaped grooves. It is an object of the present invention to provide a slide fastener bottom stop that can be made difficult to break.

  In addition to the object of the invention of claim 1, the invention of claim 5 widens the space for accommodating the core portion formed on one side edge of the fastener tape between the upper plate and the lower plate of the lower plate. It is an object to provide a slide fastener bottom stop that can be secured and firmly attached to one side edge of the fastener tape.

  In addition to the object of the invention of the first aspect, the sixth aspect of the present invention can be formed easily and accurately by increasing the strength of the upper plate itself in the lower stop, making it difficult to deform, and forming the lower plate easily. It is an object to provide a slide fastener bottom stop that can be attached to one side edge of the fastener tape.

  In order to achieve the above object, the invention according to claim 1 of the present invention is such that the slide fastener bottom stop 6 is formed from the upper plate 11, the lower plate 12, and the backbone 20, and the upper plate 11 is formed from a flat plate. The lower plate 12 is bent at right angles at both ends, and the lower plate 12 is provided with a groove portion 18 having a circular bottom at the center of the back surface, and the center of the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 is moved up and down. A slide fastener bottom stop which is connected by a base 20 to be connected and sandwiched and attached with a core portion 7 formed on one side edge of the left and right fastener tapes 3 between the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 on the left and right sides of the backbone 20. Is the main configuration.

  In the invention according to claim 2, in addition to the configuration of the invention according to claim 1, the upper plate 11 in the bottom stop 6 is formed from a flat plate that cannot be deformed, and the lower plate 12 approaches toward the upper plate 11. This is a slide fastener bottom stop that has been plastically deformed.

  The invention described in claim 3 is, in addition to the structure of the invention described in claim 1, an upper side of the backbone 20 that connects the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 in the bottom stop 6 at the central portion, This is a slide fastener bottom stop provided with a raised portion 15 that protrudes into a raised shape and has a flat shape.

  In addition to the structure of the invention described in claim 1, the invention described in claim 4 is directed laterally on the left and right side surfaces of the trunk 20 connecting the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 in the bottom stop 6 at the center portion. A projecting ridge portion 21 is provided, and an arcuate groove portion 18 formed in the lower plate 12 is a slide fastener bottom stop engraved between the left and right ridge portions 21.

  According to the fifth aspect of the present invention, in addition to the configuration of the first aspect of the invention, the lower plate 12 in the bottom stop 6 is disposed to face the upper plate 11 in the vertical direction, and from the center side of the lower plate 12 to the left and right sides. The slide fastener bottom stop is formed with an arm portion 17 extending away from the upper plate 11.

  In addition to the configuration of the invention described in claim 1, the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 in the bottom stop 6 are formed in a shape in which the upper plate 11 is thicker than the lower plate 12. And a bottom fastener for the slide fastener formed so that the upper plate is not deformed.

  As an effect of the invention of this application, the invention according to claim 1 is the bottom plate formed from the upper plate, the lower plate, and the backbone, the upper plate is formed from a flat plate, and the flange is bent at both side ends. Is provided with an arc-shaped groove at the center of the back surface, connecting the center of the upper plate and the lower plate with a backbone, and sandwiching the core portions of the left and right fastener tapes between the left and right upper and lower plates of the backbone. Has the effect of.

  The top plate of the bottom plate is made of a flat plate and has flanges bent at both ends, so that the bottom plate itself can be finished firmly, and since it is a flat plate, decorations such as letters, marks, patterns, etc. It can be easily displayed on the surface of the stop. Moreover, since the lower plate is provided with an arc-shaped groove at the center bottom portion, when attaching a bottom stop to the core formed on one side edge of the fastener tape, the lower plate easily surrounds and holds the core. At the same time, it is possible to prevent cracks from occurring in the center of the lower plate, and to produce a high-quality decoratively superior bottom.

  In addition to the effect of the invention described in claim 1, the lower plate does not deform the upper plate and plastically deforms the lower plate toward the upper plate, so that the lower member deforms the upper plate. Therefore, it is easy to display decorations such as letters, marks, patterns, etc. on the surface of the upper plate, and the lower plate is plastically deformed toward the upper plate, so the bottom stop is attached to one side edge of the fastener tape. It can be attached to the core portion formed by only the deformation of the lower plate on the back surface of the bottom stop, and the appearance of the bottom stop is good, and the mounting operation can be easily performed.

  In addition to the effect of the invention described in claim 1, the invention described in claim 3 is provided above the backbone provided in the center of the bottom stop by providing a flat raised portion that rises on the surface of the upper plate above the backbone. The base of the plate and the base of the member extending to the left and right of the upper plate can be reinforced together to form a sturdy bottom that is difficult to deform, and the flat surface of the reinforced ridge, or both sides of the ridge Decorations such as letters, marks, patterns, etc. can be easily displayed on the surface, and there is an effect that it can be finished in a good appearance.

  In addition to the effect of the invention described in claim 1, the invention described in claim 4 is provided with protrusions protruding outward on the left and right sides of the trunk, and the arc-shaped groove is between the left and right protrusions. By being engraved in the direction, the ribs reinforce the trunk, and there is an effect of preventing the trunk from being damaged when the lower plate is deformed.

  According to the fifth aspect of the invention, in addition to the effect of the first aspect of the invention, the lower plate is disposed so as to face the upper plate in the vertical direction, and is separated from the upper plate from the center side of the lower plate toward the left and right sides. By forming the extending arm part, a space for accommodating the core part formed on one side edge of the fastener tape can be secured between the upper plate and the arm part, and the core part is inserted. It is easy and has an effect of firmly holding the core part.

  In the invention described in claim 6, in addition to the effect of the invention described in claim 1, since the upper plate and the lower plate are formed thicker than the lower plate, the strength of the upper plate is increased. On the other hand, the lower plate is more easily deformed than the upper plate, and the bottom plate structure that can easily deform the lower plate can be achieved by the simplest structure. The effect exhibited by the present invention is extremely remarkable.

  The slide fastener bottom stop according to the present invention has a form as shown in FIGS. 2, 3 and 6, and the slide fastener 1 used here has a number of fasteners along one side edge in the length direction of the fastener tape 3. A pair of left and right fastener stringers 2 and 2 to which the element 4 is attached, a slider 8 that slides on the fastener element 4 through the fastener element 4 and engages or separates the left and right fastener elements 4 and 4, and a slide An upper stop 5 located on the upper end side of the fastener 1 and attached adjacent to the fastener element 4 and an attached lower stop 6 located on the lower end side of the slide fastener 1 and adjacent to the fastener element 4 are provided. The upper stop 5 and lower stop 6 prevent the slider 8 from being removed from the fastener element 4. That.

  In order to produce the slide fastener 1, first, a space portion without the fastener element 4 is formed by removing the fastener elements 4 from the continuous long fastener chain at predetermined intervals in the length direction. Then, the slider 8 is inserted into the fastener element 4, and then the top stopper 5 is attached adjacent to the fastener element 4 in one space portion. The one space portion is the length of the fastener chain with the fastener element 4 interposed therebetween. A bottom stop 6 is attached adjacent to the fastener element 4 in the other space portion located on the opposite side of the direction. Thereafter, the fastener tape 3 is cut at the space portion to complete the slide fastener 1 having a predetermined length.

  The fastener element 4 used for the slide fastener 1 is composed of individual fastener elements 4 fixed at a predetermined pitch in the length direction of the slide fastener 1, and the fastener element 4 straddles the front and back of one side edge of the fastener tape 3. As a preferred example, the fastener element 4 may be a single body type or a continuous line zigzag type, and the material of the fastener element 4 may be made of metal or resin. The top stop 5 may be made of metal or resin, but the bottom stop 6 is made of metal and is attached to a core portion 7 formed on one side edge of the fastener tape 3 by pressing.

  The bottom stop 6 is formed so that the slider 8 inserted through the fastener element 4 contacts, and as shown in FIGS. 2, 3, and 6, the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 are connected to each other vertically by a backbone 20 at the center. Form. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 6, the upper plate 11 is formed such that the left and right sides of the surface, that is, the center in the width direction perpendicular to the length direction of the slide fastener 1 are thickened, and the top surface, that is, the surface is flat. A raised ridge portion 15 is provided, and extends horizontally to the left and right sides of the raised portion 15. The left and right ends of the upper plate 11 are bent at a right angle downward with respect to the upper plate 11 to bend the flange 14, and the dimension between the flanges 14 is such that the left and right fastener elements 4 are engaged with each other. It is almost the same as the width.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 6, the lower plate 12 is provided with a groove 18 having a circular arc shape in the center in the left-right direction on the back surface, and is opposed to the upper plate 11 in the vertical direction on both left and right sides of the groove 18. Arranged and provided with an arm portion 17 bent gradually from the upper plate 11 toward the left and right sides from the center side of the lower plate 12, and the arm portion 17 is deformed when being pressed around the groove portion 18. The arm portion 17 is deformed toward the upper plate 11 that is not to be mounted, the core portion 7 is sandwiched from the front and back by the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12, and the bottom stop 6 is attached to the core portion 7 of the fastener tape 3.

  As shown in FIGS. 2, 3, and 6, the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 connect the raised portion 15 and the groove portion 18 up and down with a backbone 20. As shown in FIG. 4, the trunk 20 is provided with protrusions 21 projecting over the entire length of the bottom stop 6 on the left and right side surfaces, that is, toward the fastener tape 3, to reinforce the trunk 20. The front surface of the core part 7 is formed so as to be pressed. The arc-shaped groove portion 18 formed on the lower surface of the trunk 20 is recessed toward the left and right protrusions 21 that reinforce the trunk 20, and assists the deformation of the arm portion 17.

  The upper plate 11 is engraved and displayed with decorations such as letters, marks, and patterns on a flat surface, and is formed on the fastener tape 3 at openings formed on both sides of the bottom stop 6 as shown in FIG. After the core part 7 is inserted, the arm part 17 of the lower plate 12 is deformed and pressed against the upper plate 11 by pressing, so that the lower stop 6 is surrounded and sandwiched with respect to the core part 7. Accordingly, the bottom stop 6 is fixed adjacent to one end of the fastener element 4, and the slider 8 sliding on the fastener element 4 comes into contact with the bottom stop 6 to stop the sliding of the slider 8.

  The bottom stop 6 used for the slide fastener of Example 1 shown in FIGS. 1 to 6 is formed by die casting using metal such as aluminum alloy or zinc alloy. The bottom stop 6 is formed from the upper plate 11, the lower plate 12 and the backbone 20. The upper plate 11 is formed in the central portion in the left-right direction so as to continuously increase in thickness in the length direction of the slide fastener, thereby forming a raised portion 15 that protrudes to the surface of the upper plate 11. The surface of the raised portion 15 is flat, and decorations such as characters, marks, patterns, etc. are engraved or displayed when the bottom stop 6 is formed, or displayed in a later process.

  Both sides of the central raised portion 15 formed on the upper plate 11 extend flat in the left-right direction, and flanges 14 bent at right angles toward the lower side with respect to the upper plate 11 are formed on both side ends thereof. Yes. Decorations such as characters, marks, and patterns can be displayed on the flat portions on both sides of the raised portion 15. The width of the upper plate 11 is substantially equal to the width when the left and right fastener elements 4 are engaged with each other, and the length of the flat portion of the slide fastener 1 formed on both sides of the upper plate 11 is the length of the fastener element 4. It has the same length as that of the plurality of fastener elements 4 in the length direction of the slide fastener 1 in the length of a plurality of individual elements 4, and serves to press down the core portion 7 of the fastener tape 3 from above. End. Further, as shown in FIG. 1, the upper plate 11 has a shape in which the central raised portion 15 protrudes in a convex shape toward the side opposite to the side adjacent to the fastener element 4, that is, the lower side of the illustrated slide fastener 1. To form the bottom stop 6 having a good appearance.

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 6, the lower plate 12 is provided with a groove 18 having an arc shape at the center position in the left-right direction of the back surface of the bottom stop 6, and the upper plate 11 and the vertical direction are formed on both sides of the groove 18. The arm portion 17 is provided so as to extend obliquely while being separated from the upper plate 11 from the center side of the lower plate 12 toward the left and right sides, and the tip of the arm portion 17 has a flange 14 of the upper plate 11. To the corresponding position. The lower end of the lower plate 12 is formed to have a convex shape toward the lower side of the slide fastener 1, as with the raised portion 15.

  The backbone 20 that connects the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 up and down is provided from the back surface of the raised portion 15 to the groove portion 18, and the protruding portion 21 that protrudes toward the outside, that is, toward the fastener tape 3, is provided on the side surface of the backbone 20. It is provided over the entire length of the stop 6 to reinforce the core 20 and is formed in such a manner that the core 7 formed on the fastener tape 3 is pressed from the front. In addition, the arc-shaped groove portion 18 formed on the lower side surface of the trunk 20 protrudes from the side of the trunk 20 and is recessed toward the left and right protrusions 21 that reinforce the trunk 20, and the arm portion 17 is deformed. By facilitating and forming the arc-shaped groove portion 18, it is possible to eliminate a portion where tensile stress is concentrated during deformation and prevent a crack from occurring.

  In some cases, the bottom stop 6 is provided with protrusions of appropriate shapes at various places on the inner surfaces of both the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12. For example, as shown in FIGS. Protrusions 23 having the same height are provided at four positions on the left and right sides, and protrusions 23 'having the same height are provided at four positions on the inner surface of the left and right arm portions 17 of the base 20 on the lower plate 12, and these protrusions 23, 23' are 5, trapezoidal projections 23 and 23 'formed with a flat top surface, one inclined surface, the other surface being a right angle surface, and a side surface being a right angle surface. The inclined surface faces the side where the fastener element 4 is present, the other right-angled surface is provided toward the protruding portion provided on the lower side of the bottom stop 6, and the bottom stop 6 is pressed to form the core portion 7. The bottom stop 6 comes off from the core 7 by the projections 23 and 23 'when attached to It formed on prevention shape in advance.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the bottom stop 6 has a core portion 7 formed on the fastener tape 3 from the left and right with respect to the opening formed between the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 disposed on both sides of the backbone 20. At this time, the left and right fastener elements 4 are engaged with each other, the bottom stop 6 is adjacent to the end of the fastener element 4, and the core portion 7 formed on one side edge of the fastener tape 3 is opened. Insert from.

  The bottom stop 6 in which the core portion 7 formed on one side edge of the fastener tape 3 is inserted is not deformed by the press processing, but only the arm portion 17 formed on the lower plate 12 is deformed, and the core portion 7 is The bottom stop 6 is fixed by pressing against the upper plate 11 and the trunk 20. At this time, in order to prevent cracks from occurring in the groove portion 18 portion of the lower plate 12 due to the deformation of the arm portion 17 of the lower plate 12, the groove portion 18 is formed in an arc shape, whereby the tensile force applied to the lower plate 12 during processing. The stress is formed so that the arc-shaped groove 18 is dispersed and does not concentrate locally, so that cracks do not occur. As one measure for preventing the upper plate 11 from being deformed, it is possible to form the upper plate 11 thicker than the lower plate 12.

  In this embodiment, the form of the fastener element 4 used for the slide fastener 1 is arranged such that the fastener element 4 arranged across the front and back of one side edge of the fastener tape 3 has a single body type, for example, the outer shape of the fastener element 4. A form in which the metal wire is cut and pressed on one side edge of the fastener tape 3, or a form in which individual fastener elements 4 are injection-molded on one side edge of the fastener tape 3 using a resin, or Although the embodiment has been described in which the zigzag type fastener element 4 having a continuous filament is laid over one side edge of the fastener tape 3, the continuous fastener element 4 having a coil shape or zigzag shape is provided on the surface of the one side edge of the fastener tape 3. Fastener stringers 2 and 2 attached by inserting or interposing the core 7 In the state where the core portion 7 is attached to the surface of the fastener tape 3 in the portion, that is, the space portion, the core portion 7 is arranged on the upper plate 11 side of the bottom stop 6 and the flat fastener tape 3 corresponds to the lower plate 12 side. Then, it is possible to attach only the lower plate 12 to the fastener tape 3 by deforming only the lower plate 12 by press working.

  The bottom stop 6 used in the slide fastener of Example 2 shown in FIG. 7 is formed from an upper plate 11, a lower plate 12, and a backbone 20, and the upper plate 11 has a flat surface and is folded at right angles on both side ends thereof. A bent flange 14 is provided and formed in a form capable of displaying decorations such as characters, marks and patterns on the surface of the upper plate 11. In addition, the lower plate 12 has a groove 18 having a circular arc cross-sectional shape at the center in the left-right direction on the back surface, and an arm 17 is provided on the left and right of the groove 18. This is a bottom stop 6 in which a base 20 that connects the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 up and down is provided, and a ridge 21 is provided on the side of the base 20 to reinforce the base 20.

  The planar shape of the bottom stop 6 is a square shape, and the lower end portion of the bottom stop 6 does not have a convex-shaped portion that protrudes toward the lower side of the slide fastener 1. Further, the upper plate 11 is formed to be slightly thicker than the lower plate 12 and the lower plate 12 is easily deformed, so that only the lower plate 12 is deformed during press working, and the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 are deformed. A core part 7 is sandwiched between the two and a bottom stop 6 is attached to the core part 7.

  The slide fastener to which the bottom end for slide fastener of the present invention is sewn is attached to an opening of an article having one end opened and the other end sealed. For example, it is used for bags, bags, clothes, especially trousers, skirts, etc., and decorations such as letters, marks, patterns, etc. are displayed on the bottom surface and used for articles that place importance on design.

It is a front view of a slide fastener. 2 is a perspective view of a bottom stop surface according to Embodiment 1. FIG. It is a perspective view in the back surface of the same stop. It is sectional drawing of the bottom before insertion of the fastener tape of the same bottom same as the above. It is AA sectional drawing of the same bottom stop. It is sectional drawing after mounting | wearing the same stop to a fastener tape. FIG. 10 is a perspective view of the surface of the bottom stop according to the second embodiment. It is a top view of the 1st known stop. It is a top view which shows the use condition of the bottom stop same as the above. It is a perspective view of the 2nd known bottom stop. It is sectional drawing which shows the use condition of a bottom stop same as the above.

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3 Fastener tape 6 Bottom stop 7 Core part 11 Upper plate 12 Lower plate 14 Flange 15 Raised part 17 Arm part 18 Groove part 20 Core 21 Projection part

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  1.   In the bottom stop 6 formed from the upper plate 11, the lower plate 12, and the backbone 20, the upper plate 11 is formed from a flat plate and has flanges 14 bent at both ends, and the lower plate 12 has an arcuate groove at the center of the back surface. 18, the center of the upper plate 11 and the lower plate 12 is connected by the backbone 20, and the core portion 7 of the left and right fastener tapes 3 is sandwiched between the upper and lower plates 11 and 12 of the backbone 20. A bottom fastener for slide fasteners.
  2.   The bottom fastener for a slide fastener according to claim 1, wherein the upper plate (11) is not deformed and the lower plate (12) is plastically deformed toward the upper plate (11).
  3.   The slide fastener bottom stop according to claim 1, wherein a flat raised portion 15 is provided on the surface of the upper plate 11 above the trunk 20.
  4.   The slide fastener according to claim 1, wherein protrusions 21 projecting outward are provided on both left and right sides of the trunk 20, and the arc-shaped groove 18 is engraved between the left and right protrusions 21. Bottom stop.
  5.   The lower plate 12 is arranged so as to face the upper plate 11 in the vertical direction, and is formed with an arm portion 17 extending from the center side of the lower plate 12 toward the left and right sides while being separated from the upper plate 11. The bottom fastener for a slide fastener according to 1.
  6.   The bottom stop for a slide fastener according to claim 1, wherein the upper plate (11) and the lower plate (12) are formed such that the upper plate (11) is thicker than the lower plate (12).
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