JP2009233915A - Printer with cutter - Google Patents

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JP2009233915A
JP2009233915A JP2008080142A JP2008080142A JP2009233915A JP 2009233915 A JP2009233915 A JP 2009233915A JP 2008080142 A JP2008080142 A JP 2008080142A JP 2008080142 A JP2008080142 A JP 2008080142A JP 2009233915 A JP2009233915 A JP 2009233915A
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Kazuo Abe
一夫 阿部
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Provided is a printer with a cutter in which the production efficiency of paper is improved without generating a white line.
In a printer with a cutter 100, when a cutting position of a sheet 300 reaches a cutter unit 126, a control unit 102 conveys the sheet 300 on the upstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the conveyance path. In this state, the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 is stopped, and after the stop, the cutter unit 126 is controlled to cut the paper 300. After the paper 300 is cut, the cutter-side rollers 120 in the conveyance path are controlled. The cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 are rotated again so that the conveyance speed on the downstream side of the first and second 122 is higher than the conveyance speed on the upstream side.
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  The present invention relates to a printer with a cutter that cuts a belt-like sheet conveyed on a conveyance path.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, a printer with a cutter that cuts sheets such as a plurality of labels temporarily attached to a mount at a regular interval or a strip-like tag having holes at regular intervals according to the application is known. In such a printer with a cutter, when printing and cutting are performed continuously, at the time of cutting, the conveyance and printing are temporarily stopped in order to accurately cut the cutting position on the paper, and the conveyance and printing are performed after the cutting is completed. Restart (see, for example, Patent Document 1).

  In the above-mentioned printer with a cutter, the following method is adopted when transporting paper and stopping and restarting printing. For example, in the operation of the first method shown in FIG. 6, the pitch sensor 601 detects a specific part of each tag 510 (for example, a hole formed at a predetermined position of the tag 510) in the conveyed paper 500. Based on the detection result of the pitch sensor 601, at the timing when the front end of the first tag 510-1 counting from the transport direction reaches the thermal head 602, the thermal head 602 moves to the first tag 510-1. Printing is started (FIG. 6A). Thereafter, based on the detection result of the pitch sensor 601, at the timing when the rear end of the first tag 510-1 reaches the cutter 603 (FIG. 6B), the conveyance is stopped, and the cutter 603 The end position is cut (FIG. 6C). Next, the transport direction is reversed, and the paper 500 moves back to the position of the thermal head 602 at the front end of the second tag 510-2 (FIG. 6D). Thereafter, the conveyance in the forward direction is resumed, and as described above, printing on the second tag 510-2, cutting at the position of the rear end of the second tag 510-2, and backward movement of the paper 500 are performed. Is called.

  On the other hand, in the operation of the second method shown in FIG. 7, the specific portion of each tag 510 on the conveyed paper 500 is detected by the pitch sensor 601 as in the first method. Based on the detection result of the pitch sensor 601, at the timing when the front end of the first tag 510-1 counting from the transport direction reaches the thermal head 602, the thermal head 602 moves to the first tag 510-1. Printing is started (FIG. 7A). Thereafter, based on the detection result of the pitch sensor 601, at the timing when the rear end of the first tag 510-1 reaches the cutter 603 (FIG. 7B), the conveyance is stopped and the second tag 510-2. Suspend printing. Further, the cutter 603 cuts the position of the rear end of the first tag 510-1. Then, the conveyance is resumed, and the thermal head 602 resumes printing on the second tag 510-2 (FIG. 7C). Thereafter, as described above, at the timing when the rear end of the second tag 510-2 reaches the cutter 603 (FIG. 7D), the conveyance is stopped and printing to the third tag 510-3 is interrupted. To do. Further, the cutter 603 cuts the position of the rear end of the second tag 510-2. Then, the conveyance is resumed, and the thermal head 602 resumes printing on the third tag 510-3 (FIG. 7E).

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  However, in the first method described above, there is a problem that the manufacturing efficiency per tag 510 is low because there is a step of retracting the paper 500. On the other hand, in the second method, although there is no step of retracting the paper 500, when the tag 510 is cut, the stop position of the paper 500 is displaced in accordance with the temperature drop of the thermal head 602 or the cutting operation of the cutter 603. There is a problem that a so-called white line (line not printed) that is not printed on the tag 510 in the middle of printing occurs.

The present invention has been made to solve the above-described conventional problems, and provides a printer with a cutter that improves the production efficiency of single-sheet paper without causing white lines.

  According to the present invention, there is provided a printer with a cutter for cutting a strip-shaped sheet conveyed on a conveyance path, the printing unit arranged on the conveyance path for printing on the paper, and disposed on the downstream side of the printing unit. A first roller that conveys the paper, a second roller that is disposed downstream of the first roller and that conveys the paper, and a downstream end of the second roller that is disposed downstream of the second roller. A detection unit that detects the paper, a cutting unit that is disposed downstream of the detection unit and that cuts the paper, and the detection unit detects the leading edge of the paper and the cutting position of the paper has reached the cutting unit First control means for controlling to stop the rotation of the second roller in a state where the conveyance by the first roller is maintained, and after the second roller stops, Second control means for performing control for cutting the paper; After the paper is cut by the cutting unit, a third control is performed to rotate the second roller again so that the transport speed of the second roller is faster than the transport speed of the first roller. Control means.

  According to this configuration, the paper conveyance path is separated into the printing portion upstream of the second roller and the cutting portion downstream, and the second roller is rotated while maintaining the upstream conveyance. By stopping, printing on the upstream side is not interrupted, and the generation of white lines is prevented. In addition, after the cutting, by rotating the second roller again so that the downstream conveying speed is faster than the upstream conveying speed, the decrease in efficiency at the time of cutting due to the stopping of the conveyance is eliminated, The production efficiency of single-sheet paper can be improved as compared with the prior art.

  Further, in the printer with a cutter according to the present invention, the first and third control means may be configured such that the average conveying speed on the upstream side of the second roller in the conveying path and the downstream side of the second roller. The rotation and stop of the second roller are controlled so that the average conveyance speed on the side matches.

According to this configuration, the conveyance speed on the downstream side with respect to the conveyance speed on the upstream side of the second roller is appropriately controlled, and the bending of the sheet between the first roller and the second roller continues to increase. On the other hand, it is possible to prevent the paper from being in a state of being more strained than necessary.

According to the present invention, even if the conveyance is stopped at the time of cutting the paper, the printing unit is not affected and white lines are not generated. Further, the printing process and the cutting process accompanying the conveyance of the paper are mutually affected. Since it is possible to perform independent processing without receiving it, it is possible to improve the production efficiency of single-sheet paper as compared with the prior art.

  Hereinafter, a printer with a cutter according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a diagram illustrating a configuration of a printer with a cutter according to an embodiment of the present invention.

  A printer with a cutter 100 shown in FIG. 1 conveys a strip-shaped paper 300 formed by temporarily attaching a plurality of labels 320 to a mount (release paper) 310 at intervals, printing on the label 320, and printing on the paper 300. Is cut in units of labels 310, and a printed single label 320 is produced. The printer with cutter 100 includes a control unit 102, feed rollers 104 and 106, a pitch sensor 108, a thermal head 110, a platen roller 112, head side rollers 114 and 116, a guide plate 118, cutter side rollers 120 and 122, and a cutter sensor 124. The cutter unit 126 is configured. Among these, the cutter unit 126 has a fixed blade 128 and a movable blade 130. The configuration of the cutter unit 126 is not limited to this, and may be a configuration having various cutters such as a so-called rotary method, guillotine method, and circle method.

  In the following, regarding the conveyance path of the paper 300 (hereinafter simply referred to as “conveyance path”), the conveyance direction from the feed rollers 104 and 106 to the cutter unit 126 is defined as the forward direction, and from the cutter unit 126 to the feed roller 104 and The conveyance direction toward 106 is the reverse direction.

  The control unit 102 controls the entire printer 100 with a cutter. The feed roller 104 is disposed at the upper part of the transport path, and the feed roller 106 is disposed at a position below the transport path and facing the feed roller 104. These feed rollers 104 and 106 sandwich the paper 300 by driving a transport motor (not shown), and rotate at a predetermined rotation speed under the control of the control unit 102, thereby sending the paper at a predetermined transport speed.

  The pitch sensor 108 is disposed on the downstream side of the feed roller 104 in the upper part of the transport path, and detects the front end of the label 320 in the forward transport direction. The detection result is output to the control unit 102. Based on the detection result, the control unit 102 instructs the thermal head 110 to print at the timing when the front end of the label 320 in the forward conveyance direction reaches the thermal head 110. Here, the control unit 102 counts the distance from the pitch sensor 108 to the thermal head (the number of steps of the transport motor) and determines that the front end of the label 320 in the forward transport direction has reached the thermal head 110. Can do.

  The thermal head 110 is disposed downstream of the pitch sensor 108 in the upper part of the transport path, and the platen roller 112 is downstream of the pitch sensor 108 in the lower part of the transport path and faces the thermal head 110. Placed in position. The platen roller 112 is driven by a transport motor that drives the feed rollers 104 and 106. The thermal head 110 performs printing on the upper surface of the label 320 at a timing when the label 320 arrives immediately below in accordance with an instruction from the control unit 102. Each time the thermal head 110 finishes printing on one label 320, the thermal head 110 notifies the controller 102 to that effect. As a result, the control unit 102 can recognize that printing on one label 320 is completed, and further the total number of printed labels 320 can be recognized.

  The head side roller 114 is disposed on the downstream side of the thermal head 110 in the upper part of the transport path, and the head side roller 116 is on the downstream side of the platen roller 112 in the lower part of the transport path, and the head side roller 114. It is arranged at a position opposite to. These head-side rollers 114 and 116 are rollers that are driven by a conveyance motor that drives the feed rollers 104 and 106, and sandwich the sheet 300 and convey it downstream of the conveyance path.

  The cutter side roller 120 is disposed downstream of the head side roller 114 in the upper part of the conveyance path, and the cutter side roller 122 is downstream of the head side roller 116 in the lower part of the conveyance path and is on the cutter side. It is arranged at a position facing the roller 120. These cutter-side rollers 120 sandwich the sheet 300 by driving a conveyance motor (not shown) and rotate and stop under the control of the control unit 102, and convey the sheet 300 to the downstream side of the conveyance path.

  The guide plate 118 is disposed between the head side roller 116 and the cutter side roller 122 at the lower part of the conveyance path, and guides the paper 300 from the head side rollers 114 and 118 side to the cutter side rollers 120 and 122 side.

  The cutter sensor 124 is disposed on the downstream side of the cutter-side roller 120 in the upper part of the conveyance path, and detects the front end of the label 320 in the forward conveyance direction. The detection result is output to the control unit 102. Based on the detection result, the control unit 102 stops the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122, controls the cutter unit 126 to cut the paper 300, and restarts the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122. Take control.

  The cutter unit 126 is disposed on the downstream side of the cutter sensor 124 in the conveyance path. Specifically, the fixed blade 128 in the cutter unit 126 is disposed in the upper part of the conveyance path, and the movable blade 130 is disposed in the lower part of the conveyance path. The cutter unit 126 moves the movable blade 130 upward toward the fixed blade 128 under the control of the control unit 102, thereby cutting the paper 300 in units of labels 320. When the cutting is completed, the cutter unit 126 notifies the control unit 120 to that effect.

  Hereinafter, details of control of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 and the cut unit 126 by the control unit 102 will be described separately for the start time, during the cutting of the paper sheet 300, and at the end time. In the following, under the control of the control unit 102, the feed rollers 104 and 106 and the head side rollers 114 and 116 continue to feed the paper 300 to the transport path at a predetermined transport speed, and the thermal head 110 It is assumed that printing on the label 320 is continuously performed.

  First, control of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 and the cut unit 126 by the control unit 102 at the start will be described.

  As shown in FIG. 2A, in the state where the sheet 300 is being conveyed, the control unit 102 causes the cutter sensor 124 to use the first label 320 that is the first label in the sheet 300 in the forward conveyance direction. It is determined whether the front end of −1 is detected. When the control unit 102 determines that the front end of the first label 320-1 is not at the position of the cutter sensor 124, the control unit 102 transports the paper 300 in the transport path in the forward transport direction, and also uses the thermal head 110 to transfer the first label 320-1. Printing is performed on the label 320-1. Thereafter, when the front end of the first label 320-1 in the forward conveyance direction arrives directly below the cutter sensor 124, the cutter sensor 124 detects the front end and outputs the detection result to the control unit 102. (FIG. 2 (b)).

  The controller 102 stops the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 according to the result of detecting the front end of the first label 320-1 by the cutter sensor 124. As a result, the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 are locked and stopped rotating, so that the conveyance on the downstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the conveyance path stops, but the feed rollers 104 and 106 and the head-side roller 114 and 116 remain in a state in which the rotation is maintained. Even after the rotation of the cutter side rollers 120 and 122 is stopped, the conveyance of the cutter side rollers 120 and 122 to the upstream side in the conveyance path is maintained.

  Thus, by maintaining the upstream conveyance of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122, the sheet 300 is bent upward between the head-side rollers 114 and 116 and the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122. A state is reached (FIG. 2C).

  Thereafter, the control unit 102 restarts the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 so that the downstream side and the upstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the conveyance path have the same conveyance speed, and the thermal head 110 Printing is performed on the second label 320-2. Thereby, the cutter side rollers 120 and 122 resume rotation. By such an operation, the conveyance of the sheet 300 shown in FIG. 2A, the front end detection of the first label 320-1 shown in FIG. 2B, the cutter side roller 120 shown in FIG. Each state of the bending of the sheet 300 due to the stoppage of 122 and 122 occurs.

  Next, control of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 and the cut unit 126 by the control unit 102 during cutting of the paper 300 will be described. The control during cutting of the sheet 300 is performed after the control at the start time described above. FIG. 3 is a flowchart illustrating control of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 and the cut unit 126 by the control unit 102 during cutting of the paper 300.

  The control unit 102 determines whether or not the cutter sensor 124 detects the front end of the second label 320-2 that is the second label in the paper 300 in the forward conveyance direction (S201). When the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 resumes and the downstream side and the upstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the conveyance path have the same conveyance speed, the sheet 300 is separated from the head-side rollers 114 and 116 and the cutter side. It is conveyed between the rollers 120 and 122 while maintaining an upwardly bent state. Then, when the front end of the second label 320-2 in the forward conveyance direction reaches directly below the cutter sensor 124, the cutter sensor 124 detects the front end and outputs the detection result to the control unit 102. .

  Next, the control unit 102 determines whether or not the cutting position between the first label 320-1 and the second label 320-2 on the paper 300 has reached the cutter unit 126 (S202). Here, the control unit 102 counts the distance from the cutter sensor 124 to the cutter unit 126 (the number of steps of the conveyance motor), and can determine that the cutting position on the paper 300 has reached the cutter unit 126.

  When the cutting position, which is the part of the mount 310 between the first label 320-1 and the second label 320-2 in the paper 300, reaches the cutter unit 126, the control unit 102 then moves the cutter side. The rotation of the rollers 120 and 122 is stopped. As a result, the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 are locked and stopped rotating, so that the conveyance on the downstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the conveyance path stops, but the feed rollers 104 and 106 and the head-side roller 114 and 116 remain rotated, and even after the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 is stopped, the conveyance on the upstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the conveyance path is maintained, and the thermal head 110. Printing is also continued (S203).

  Next, the control unit 102 causes the cutter unit 126 to cut the sheet 300 at the cutting position (S204). Accordingly, the cutter unit 126 moves the movable blade 130 upward toward the fixed blade 128, thereby cutting the paper 300 between the first label 320-1 and the second label 320-2. And a printed single label 320 is manufactured.

  When the cutting is completed, the cutter unit 126 notifies the control unit 120 to that effect. The control unit 102 determines whether or not this disconnection end notification has been input (S205).

  When the cutting end notification is input, the control unit 102 next causes the conveyance speed on the downstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the conveyance path to be higher than the conveyance speed on the upstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122. Thus, the rotation of the cutter side rollers 120 and 122 is resumed (S206).

  At this time, the control unit 102 determines that the average transport speed on the downstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the transport path matches the average transport speed on the upstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122. It is desirable to rotate the rollers 120 and 122. As a result, the average conveyance speed on the downstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 is appropriately controlled, and the deflection of the sheet 300 between the head-side rollers 114 and 116 and the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 continues to increase. On the other hand, it is possible to prevent the sheet 300 from being in a state of being more strained than necessary.

  After the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 is resumed, the cutter sensor 124 again cuts the space between the first label 320-1 and the second label 320-2, and then the forward direction. The operations after the determination (S201) on whether or not the front end of the second label 320-3, which is the second label in the paper 300 in the transport direction, has been detected are repeated. By such an operation, the printed single label 320 is manufactured by stopping the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 and cutting the paper 300 shown in FIG. 4A, and the conveyance shown in FIG. The high-speed conveyance on the downstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the path is repeated.

According to the above description, printing by the thermal head 110 on the label 320 is continuously performed by the platen roller 112, the feed rollers 104 and 106, and the head side rollers 114 and 116, and the cutting of the paper 300 by the cut unit 126 is performed. As the front end of the label 320 is detected by the cutter sensor 124, the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 are stopped and the rotation is restarted, and the printing process and the cutting process associated with the conveyance of the paper are not affected by each other. Since independent processing is possible, the production efficiency of single-sheet paper can be improved as compared with the prior art.
In addition, since the printing process and the cutting process can be performed independently without being influenced by each other, when the sheet 300 is cut, the temperature of the thermal head 110 is decreased or the cutting unit 126 is cut. Thus, the stop position of the paper 300 is displaced, so that a so-called white line (a line not printed) that is not printed on the label 320 in the middle of printing does not occur.

  Next, the control of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 and the cut unit 126 of the control unit 102 at the end will be described. The control at the end is performed in the above-described control during cutting of the paper 300, for example, when the manufacture of the label 320 of the designated number of prints is completed or when the operator instructs the end by operating the operation unit (not shown). Is called.

  At the end, the control unit 102 stops the feed rollers 104 and 106, the head side rollers 114 and 116, and the cutter side rollers 120 and 122. Next, the control unit 102 rotates the feed rollers 104 and 106, the head-side rollers 114 and 116, and the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 in the opposite direction. As a result, as shown in FIGS. 5A to 5C, the conveyance direction of the sheet 300 having the labels 320-2 to 320-4 is reversed, and the head side rollers 114 and 116 and the cutter side roller are reversed. The deflection of the sheet 300 between 120 and 122 gradually decreases, and the sheet 300 is pulled out between the head side rollers 114 and 116 and the cutter side rollers 120 and 122.

  As described above, in the printer 100 with the cutter according to the present embodiment, the conveyance path of the paper 300 is separated into the printing portion on the upstream side of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 and the cutting portion on the downstream side, thereby conveying the upstream side. In this state, the rotation of the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 is stopped, so that the conveyance is stopped only on the downstream side, and the cutter unit 126 can cut the sheet 300 at an accurate cutting position. Printing by the thermal head 110 on the upstream side is not interrupted, and generation of white lines is prevented. In addition, after cutting by the cutter unit 126, the cutter-side rollers 120 and 122 are rotated again so that the downstream-side transport speed is higher than the upstream-side transport speed, whereby the efficiency at the time of cutting due to the stop of the transport. Can be eliminated, and the production efficiency of single-sheet paper can be improved as compared with the conventional one.

In the above-described embodiment, the sheet 300 is configured by temporarily attaching a plurality of labels 320 to the mount 310 at intervals, but other forms such as a sheet having a band-like tag having holes at equal intervals. The present invention can be similarly applied to the other paper.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, it has been described that each label 320 of the paper 300 is cut by the cut unit 126. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and it may be cut every two or five sheets. . In this case, the control unit 102 can be easily implemented by counting the number of times the front end of the label 320 is detected by the cutter sensor 124 and starting the cut unit 126 when the designated number is reached.

  As described above, the printer with a cutter according to the present invention can improve the manufacturing efficiency of paper without generating a white line, and is useful as a printer with a cutter.

It is a figure which shows the structure of the printer with a cutter which has a printer with a cutter. FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating a paper conveyance process at the start. It is a flowchart which shows the control by the control part during paper cutting. FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating a paper conveyance process during paper cutting. FIG. 10 is a diagram illustrating a paper conveyance process at the end. It is a figure which shows the conveyance process of the paper in the conventional 1st method. It is a figure which shows the conveyance process of the paper in the conventional 2nd method.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 100 Printer with cutter 102 Control part 104, 106 Feed roller 108, 601 Pitch sensor 110, 602 Thermal head 112 Platen roller 114, 116 Head side roller 118 Guide plate 120, 122 Cutter side roller 124 Cutter sensor 126 Cutter unit 128 Fixed blade 130 Movable blade 603 Cutter 300, 500 Paper 310 Mount 320, 320-1, 320-2, 320-3, 320-4, 510-1, 510-2, 510-3 Label

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  1. A printer with a cutter that cuts a belt-like sheet conveyed on a conveyance path,
    A printing unit arranged on the conveyance path for printing on the paper;
    A first roller that is disposed downstream of the printing unit and conveys the paper;
    A second roller disposed downstream of the first roller and conveying the paper;
    A detector that is disposed downstream of the second roller and detects the front edge of the paper;
    A cutting unit disposed on the downstream side of the detection unit and cutting the paper;
    Control that stops the rotation of the second roller while maintaining the conveyance by the first roller when the leading end of the sheet is detected by the detection unit and the cutting position of the sheet reaches the cutting unit. First control means for performing
    Second control means for controlling the cutting unit to cut the paper after the second roller is stopped;
    After the paper is cut by the cutting unit, a third control is performed to rotate the second roller again so that the transport speed of the second roller is faster than the transport speed of the first roller. And a printer with a cutter.
  2.   The first and third control means are arranged so that the average transport speed on the upstream side of the second roller matches the average transport speed on the downstream side of the second roller. The printer with a cutter according to claim 1, wherein the rotation and stop of the roller are controlled.
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