JP2012055834A - Window material cleaning device for splash guard - Google Patents

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JP2012055834A
JP2012055834A JP2010202014A JP2010202014A JP2012055834A JP 2012055834 A JP2012055834 A JP 2012055834A JP 2010202014 A JP2010202014 A JP 2010202014A JP 2010202014 A JP2010202014 A JP 2010202014A JP 2012055834 A JP2012055834 A JP 2012055834A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To make better the visibility of a splash guard from the outside via a window material.SOLUTION: A transparent plate member 21 is disposed oppositely to the inside face of a window material 20 so as cover a part of the window material 20 provided at the splash guard, and an air passage SP is formed between the window material 20 and the plate member 21. The inside of the air passage SP is supplied with a gas from the outside via a supply port 30, and the gas supplied to the inside of the air passage SP is jetted to the inside face of the window material 20 via a jet port 31.

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本発明は、スプラッシュガードに設けられた窓材の内面を清掃するスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置に関する。   The present invention relates to a window material cleaning device for a splash guard that cleans the inner surface of the window material provided on the splash guard.
従来、スプラッシュガードによって加工領域を囲繞された工作機械において、窓材の内面に圧縮空気を吹き付け、窓材に付着した切削油や切り屑を除去して、外部からの視界を確保するようにした装置が知られている(例えば特許文献1参照)。この特許文献1記載の装置では、窓材の側方に鉛直方向にノズル部を配設し、ノズル部に開口された複数の噴出しノズルから窓材の内面に向けて空気を噴出する。   Conventionally, in a machine tool surrounded by a splash guard, the compressed air is blown onto the inner surface of the window material to remove the cutting oil and chips adhering to the window material, thereby ensuring visibility from the outside. An apparatus is known (see, for example, Patent Document 1). In the apparatus described in Patent Document 1, a nozzle portion is arranged in the vertical direction on the side of the window material, and air is ejected from a plurality of ejection nozzles opened in the nozzle portion toward the inner surface of the window material.
実開平4−37582号公報Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 4-37582
しかしながら、上記特許文献1記載の装置では、窓材の側方にノズル部を配設しているため、窓材の幅方向中央部等、ノズル部から離れた位置まで十分に空気を吹き付けることができず、外部からの良好な視界を確保することが困難である。   However, in the apparatus described in Patent Document 1, since the nozzle portion is disposed on the side of the window material, air can be sufficiently blown to a position away from the nozzle portion, such as the central portion in the width direction of the window material. It is difficult to secure a good field of view from the outside.
本発明は、このような問題点を解決するためになされたものであり、本発明の目的は、スプラッシュガードの窓材を介した外部からの視界を良好にすることである。   The present invention has been made to solve such problems, and an object of the present invention is to improve the visibility from the outside through the window material of the splash guard.
本発明は、スプラッシュガードに設けられた窓材の内面を清掃するスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置であって、窓材の一部を覆うように窓材の内面に対向して配設され、窓材との間にエア通路を形成する透明な板部材を備え、エア通路は、エア通路内に外部から気体を供給する供給口と、エア通路内に供給された気体を窓材の内面に噴出する噴出口とを有することを特徴とする。   The present invention relates to a window material cleaning device for a splash guard that cleans the inner surface of a window material provided on a splash guard, and is disposed to face the inner surface of the window material so as to cover a part of the window material. A transparent plate member that forms an air passage between the air passage and the material is provided. The air passage ejects the gas supplied from the outside into the air passage and the inner surface of the window member. And a spout.
本発明によれば、窓材の一部を覆うように窓材の内面に対向して透明な板部材を配設し、窓材と板部材との間のエア通路を介して窓材の内面に向けて気体を噴出するようにしたので、窓材を損傷することなく、窓材の中央部等における付着物も容易に除去することができ、外部からの良好な視界を確保することができる。   According to the present invention, a transparent plate member is disposed so as to face the inner surface of the window material so as to cover a part of the window material, and the inner surface of the window material via the air passage between the window material and the plate member. Since the gas is ejected toward the window, the deposits at the center of the window material can be easily removed without damaging the window material, and a good view from the outside can be secured. .
本発明の実施の形態に係る窓材清掃装置が適用される工作機械の概略構成を示す図。The figure which shows schematic structure of the machine tool to which the window material cleaning apparatus which concerns on embodiment of this invention is applied. (a)および(b)は、それぞれ図1の工作機械に設けられた扉の正面図および裏面図。(A) And (b) is the front view and back view of a door which were respectively provided in the machine tool of FIG. 図2(b)のIII-III線断面図。III-III sectional view taken on the line of FIG.2 (b). 図2(b)の窓材とノズル板との位置関係を示す斜視図。The perspective view which shows the positional relationship of the window material of FIG.2 (b), and a nozzle plate. (a)〜(e)は、それぞれ本発明の変形例を示す図。(A)-(e) is a figure which shows the modification of this invention, respectively.
以下、図1〜図5を参照して、本発明によるスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置の実施の形態を説明する。
図1は、本発明の実施の形態に係るスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置が適用される工作機械の概略構成を示す図であり、一例として横形のマシニングセンタを示している。なお、便宜上、以下では図示のように前後左右および上下方向を定義し、この定義に従い各部の構成を説明する。
Hereinafter, with reference to FIGS. 1-5, embodiment of the window material cleaning apparatus of the splash guard by this invention is described.
FIG. 1 is a diagram showing a schematic configuration of a machine tool to which a splash guard window cleaning apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention is applied, and shows a horizontal machining center as an example. For convenience, in the following, front and rear, right and left and up and down directions are defined as illustrated, and the configuration of each part will be described according to this definition.
スプラッシュガード10によって周囲を囲繞された加工領域には、前後方向に向けて主軸11が配置され、主軸11に取り付けた工具によりワークが加工される。スプラッシュガード10の前方にはパレット載置台12が設けられ、パレット載置台12に載置された交換用パレット13を介して加工領域にワークが搬送される。主軸11の左側方には、加工領域に面して開閉可能な扉14が取り付けられている。扉14の中央部には略矩形の開口部15が設けられ、その開口部15を塞ぐように透明な窓材20が装着され、窓材20を介して加工領域を外部から視認可能となっている。   In the machining area surrounded by the splash guard 10, the spindle 11 is arranged in the front-rear direction, and the workpiece is machined by a tool attached to the spindle 11. A pallet mounting table 12 is provided in front of the splash guard 10, and the workpiece is conveyed to the machining area via the replacement pallet 13 mounted on the pallet mounting table 12. A door 14 that can be opened and closed facing the machining area is attached to the left side of the main shaft 11. A substantially rectangular opening 15 is provided at the center of the door 14, and a transparent window member 20 is attached so as to close the opening 15, and the processing region can be visually recognized from the outside through the window member 20. Yes.
このような工作機械においては、ワーク加工中に切削油や切り屑が飛散して窓材20の内面に付着すると、窓材20を介した外部からの視界が遮られるため、窓材20への付着物を除去する必要がある。この場合、例えば窓材20の内面にゴムリップ式のワイパを取り付け、ワイパを用いて付着物を除去する構成では、窓材20とワイパとの間に挟まった切り屑によって窓材20やワイパが損傷するおそれがある。一方、窓材20の側方にノズル部を配設して窓材20の内面にエアを吹き付ける構成では、窓材20の中央部等、ノズル部から離れた位置まで勢いよくエアを吹き付けることができず、窓材20の大きさに見合った十分な視界を確保することが難しい。そこで、本実施の形態では、窓材20を傷付けることなく外部からの良好な視界を確保するために、以下のように窓材清掃装置を構成する。   In such a machine tool, when cutting oil or chips scatters and adheres to the inner surface of the window member 20 during workpiece processing, the view from the outside through the window member 20 is blocked. It is necessary to remove deposits. In this case, for example, in a configuration in which a rubber lip wiper is attached to the inner surface of the window member 20 and the adhered matter is removed using the wiper, the window member 20 and the wiper are damaged by the chips sandwiched between the window member 20 and the wiper. There is a risk. On the other hand, in the configuration in which the nozzle portion is disposed on the side of the window member 20 and air is blown to the inner surface of the window member 20, the air can be blown vigorously to a position away from the nozzle portion, such as the central portion of the window member 20. Therefore, it is difficult to secure a sufficient field of view corresponding to the size of the window material 20. Therefore, in the present embodiment, in order to ensure a good view from outside without damaging the window material 20, the window material cleaning device is configured as follows.
図2(a)は扉14の正面図(工作機械の外側から見た図)であり、図2(b)は扉14の裏面図(加工領域側から見た図)である。図2(a)に示すように、開口部15を有する扉14の窓枠16の表面後端部には、鉛直方向に延在する棒状の取っ手17が取り付けられ、扉14を前後方向にスライドさせて開閉可能である。図2(b)に示すように、窓材20の周囲は窓枠16の内側にて、枠部材22と押え部材22aとにより固定されている。枠部材22は平面視略L字形、押え部材22aは、枠部材22のない3辺をそれぞれ押える板状をなしている。窓材20には、窓材20の内面に対向して略直角三角形状の透明なノズル板21が配設され、ノズル板21の直角部210を挟んだ2つの辺部(第1辺部211,第2辺部212)が押え板23を介して固定されている。残りの辺部(第3辺部213)は、前後方向、かつ、上下方向斜めに延設されている。   FIG. 2A is a front view of the door 14 (viewed from the outside of the machine tool), and FIG. 2B is a back view of the door 14 (viewed from the processing region side). As shown in FIG. 2 (a), a bar-like handle 17 extending in the vertical direction is attached to the rear end portion of the surface of the window frame 16 of the door 14 having the opening 15, and the door 14 is slid in the front-rear direction. It can be opened and closed. As shown in FIG. 2B, the periphery of the window member 20 is fixed inside the window frame 16 by a frame member 22 and a pressing member 22a. The frame member 22 has a substantially L shape in plan view, and the pressing member 22a has a plate shape that presses the three sides without the frame member 22. The window member 20 is provided with a transparent nozzle plate 21 having a substantially right triangular shape so as to face the inner surface of the window member 20, and two sides (first side portion 211) sandwiching the right angle portion 210 of the nozzle plate 21. , The second side 212) is fixed via the presser plate 23. The remaining side part (third side part 213) extends in the front-rear direction and obliquely in the up-down direction.
図3は、図2(b)のIII-III線断面図であり、図4は、窓材20とノズル板21との位置関係を示す斜視図である。図3に示すように窓枠16の右面には、略矩形の第1凹部161が形成され、第1凹部161の内側に略矩形の第2凹部162が形成され、第2凹部162の内側に開口部15が設けられている。第2凹部162の形状および深さは、窓材20の外形形状および厚さとほぼ等しく、第2凹部162に窓材20が嵌合されている。第1凹部161の底面には、枠部材22および押え部材22aがボルト24によって取り付けられ、窓材20は、枠部材22および押え部材22aにより第1凹部161の底面に押さえ付けられて固定されている。窓材20は、ポリカーボネート板の両面を強化ガラス板とアクリル板とで挟み込んで構成された全体が透明な積層体であり、強化ガラス板が加工領域に面している。   3 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line III-III in FIG. 2B, and FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing a positional relationship between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21. As shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 3, a substantially rectangular first recess 161 is formed on the right surface of the window frame 16, a substantially rectangular second recess 162 is formed inside the first recess 161, and inside the second recess 162. An opening 15 is provided. The shape and depth of the second recess 162 are substantially equal to the outer shape and thickness of the window member 20, and the window member 20 is fitted in the second recess 162. The frame member 22 and the pressing member 22a are attached to the bottom surface of the first recess 161 by bolts 24, and the window member 20 is pressed and fixed to the bottom surface of the first recess 161 by the frame member 22 and the pressing member 22a. Yes. The window material 20 is a transparent laminate that is formed by sandwiching both surfaces of a polycarbonate plate between a tempered glass plate and an acrylic plate, and the tempered glass plate faces the processing region.
枠部材22には、ノズル板21の第1辺部211および第2辺部212に沿って、ノズル板21を支持するための支持板部25が形成されている。支持板部25は、押え板23(図2)の取付部も兼ね、押え板23と同様、平面視略L字状に設けられている。図3に示すように、支持板部25は、枠部材22の右表面から略直角に右方に延びる突設部26と、突設部26の内側面、すなわち第1辺部211側の突設部26の前面および第2辺部212側の突設部26の下面からそれぞれ突出するフランジ部27とを有する。なお、以下では、第1辺部211側のフランジ部を第1フランジ部271と、第2辺部212側のフランジ部を第2フランジ部272とそれぞれ称する。第1フランジ部271と第2フランジ部272は、枠部材22の後端かつ上端の角部273(図2)で連設され、全体でフランジ部27を構成する。フランジ部27の突設部26からの突出長さは一定である。   A support plate portion 25 for supporting the nozzle plate 21 is formed on the frame member 22 along the first side portion 211 and the second side portion 212 of the nozzle plate 21. The support plate portion 25 also serves as an attachment portion of the presser plate 23 (FIG. 2), and is provided in a substantially L shape in a plan view like the presser plate 23. As shown in FIG. 3, the support plate portion 25 includes a protruding portion 26 extending rightward from the right surface of the frame member 22 at a right angle, and an inner surface of the protruding portion 26, that is, a protrusion on the first side portion 211 side. The flange portion 27 protrudes from the front surface of the installation portion 26 and the lower surface of the projection portion 26 on the second side portion 212 side. Hereinafter, the flange portion on the first side portion 211 side is referred to as a first flange portion 271, and the flange portion on the second side portion 212 side is referred to as a second flange portion 272. The first flange portion 271 and the second flange portion 272 are connected to each other at the corner portion 273 (FIG. 2) at the rear end and the upper end of the frame member 22 and constitute the flange portion 27 as a whole. The protruding length of the flange portion 27 from the protruding portion 26 is constant.
第1フランジ部271および第2フランジ部272の取付高さ(左右方向の取付位置)は、それぞれ第1辺部211および第2辺部212に沿って徐々に変化している。すなわち、第1フランジ部271は、その上端部から下端部にかけて窓材20に徐々に接近するように斜め方向に形成され、第2フランジ部272も、その後端部から前端部にかけて窓材20に徐々に接近するように斜め方向に形成されている。また、第1フランジ部271と第2フランジ部272の表面全体が同一平面上に位置するように、各フランジ部271,272は窓材20に向けて斜め左方向に突出している。これにより第1フランジ部271と第2フランジ部272とにより、窓材20に対して勾配をもった平面、すなわち、角部273の近傍で窓材20の右表面から最も離れ、角部273から離れるに従い徐々に窓材20の右表面に接近するような平面が形成される。   The mounting heights (the mounting positions in the left-right direction) of the first flange portion 271 and the second flange portion 272 gradually change along the first side portion 211 and the second side portion 212, respectively. That is, the first flange portion 271 is formed in an oblique direction so as to gradually approach the window member 20 from the upper end portion to the lower end portion thereof, and the second flange portion 272 is also formed on the window member 20 from the rear end portion to the front end portion. It is formed in an oblique direction so as to approach gradually. Further, the flange portions 271 and 272 protrude obliquely leftward toward the window member 20 so that the entire surfaces of the first flange portion 271 and the second flange portion 272 are located on the same plane. Thus, the first flange portion 271 and the second flange portion 272 are separated from the right surface of the window member 20 in the vicinity of the corner member 273, that is, in the vicinity of the corner member 273, in the vicinity of the corner member 273. A plane is formed so as to gradually approach the right surface of the window member 20 as the distance increases.
第1フランジ部271および第2フランジ部272の右表面には、それぞれシール用のゴム部材28を介してノズル板21の第1辺部211および第2辺部212が配置され、各辺部211,212の表面に押え板23が配置されている。フランジ部27には所定ピッチでねじ孔が設けられ、各ねじ孔に、押え板23、ノズル板21およびゴム部材28を順次貫通したボルト29が螺合して、ゴム部材28を介してノズル板21がフランジ部27に固定されている。   On the right surfaces of the first flange portion 271 and the second flange portion 272, the first side portion 211 and the second side portion 212 of the nozzle plate 21 are arranged via the rubber member 28 for sealing, respectively, and each side portion 211. , 212 are provided with presser plates 23. The flange portion 27 is provided with screw holes at a predetermined pitch. Bolts 29 that sequentially pass through the presser plate 23, the nozzle plate 21, and the rubber member 28 are screwed into the screw holes, and the nozzle plate is interposed via the rubber member 28. 21 is fixed to the flange portion 27.
これにより、図3,4に示すように窓材20の右表面に対向して、ノズル板21が勾配をもって傾斜して配設され、窓材20とノズル板21との間に空間SPが形成される。このとき、窓材20とノズル板21との間の隙間tは下方および前方にかけて徐々に小さくなり、第3辺部213に沿った窓材20との間の開口31において、隙間tが最小となる。この隙間tは、フランジ部27の形成角度によって定まり、第3辺部213に沿った開口31の隙間tが一定となるようにフランジ部27の形成位置が設定されている。   Thereby, as shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the nozzle plate 21 is disposed with an inclination to face the right surface of the window member 20, and a space SP is formed between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21. Is done. At this time, the gap t between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21 gradually decreases downward and forward, and the gap t is the smallest in the opening 31 between the window member 20 along the third side portion 213. Become. The gap t is determined by the formation angle of the flange portion 27, and the formation position of the flange portion 27 is set so that the gap t of the opening 31 along the third side portion 213 is constant.
ノズル板21は、窓材20と同様、透明な板部材により形成されている。例えば強化ガラス板とポリカーボネート板との積層体により形成され、強化ガラス板が加工領域に面している。図3において、ゴム部材28は、例えばNBR(ニトリルブタジエンゴム)で形成され、ボルト29の締結力を調整することで、ゴム部材28の厚さが変化する。これによりノズル板21の位置を微調整することができ、窓材20とノズル板21との間の隙間tを変更することができる。   The nozzle plate 21 is formed of a transparent plate member, like the window material 20. For example, it is formed of a laminate of a tempered glass plate and a polycarbonate plate, and the tempered glass plate faces the processing region. In FIG. 3, the rubber member 28 is formed of, for example, NBR (nitrile butadiene rubber), and the thickness of the rubber member 28 is changed by adjusting the fastening force of the bolt 29. Thereby, the position of the nozzle plate 21 can be finely adjusted, and the gap t between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21 can be changed.
ノズル板21の直角部210の近傍には、突設部26を貫通して管継手30が取り付けられている。管継手30には、図示しない配管を介して空圧源が接続され、管継手30を介して空間SP内に外部から圧縮空気が供給可能となっている。なお、圧縮空気に限らず他の気体を空間SP内に供給することもできる。   In the vicinity of the right angle portion 210 of the nozzle plate 21, the pipe joint 30 is attached through the protruding portion 26. An air pressure source is connected to the pipe joint 30 via a pipe (not shown), and compressed air can be supplied from the outside into the space SP via the pipe joint 30. In addition, not only compressed air but other gas can also be supplied in space SP.
本発明の実施の形態に係るスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置の動作を説明する。圧縮空気は、ワークの加工を開始する際に管継手30を介して空間SP内に供給される。なお、加工状況に応じて手動で圧縮空気の供給を開始するようにしてもよい。この際、空間SPの後端面および上端面は突設部26により閉塞されているため、空間SP内に供給された圧縮空気は空間SP内を前方かつ下方に流れ、図4の矢印に示すように開口31から噴出する。   Operation | movement of the window material cleaning apparatus of the splash guard which concerns on embodiment of this invention is demonstrated. The compressed air is supplied into the space SP via the pipe joint 30 when starting the machining of the workpiece. In addition, you may make it start supply of compressed air manually according to a process condition. At this time, since the rear end surface and the upper end surface of the space SP are closed by the projecting portion 26, the compressed air supplied into the space SP flows forward and downward in the space SP, as indicated by the arrows in FIG. From the opening 31.
これにより窓材20の内面に圧縮空気が吹き付けられ、窓材20の内面に付着した切削油や切り屑等を除去することができる。この場合、ノズル板21が窓材20に対して傾斜して取り付けられ、窓材20とノズル板21との間の隙間tが徐々に小さくなっている。このため、空間SP内の圧縮空気の流れを整流にすることができ、第3辺部213における開口31から圧縮空気を勢いよく噴出することができる。よって、広範囲にわたり、窓材20への付着物を除去することができる。   Thereby, compressed air is sprayed on the inner surface of the window material 20, and cutting oil, chips and the like attached to the inner surface of the window material 20 can be removed. In this case, the nozzle plate 21 is attached to be inclined with respect to the window member 20, and the gap t between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21 is gradually reduced. For this reason, the flow of the compressed air in the space SP can be rectified, and the compressed air can be ejected vigorously from the opening 31 in the third side portion 213. Therefore, the deposits on the window material 20 can be removed over a wide range.
そして、本実施の形態では、ノズル板21を透明に形成しているため、切削油を用いないドライ加工ではノズル板21により視界を遮られることなく、また、切削油を用いるウェット加工では少なくとも第3辺部213の近傍において、付着物のないクリア領域AR(図4)を得ることができ、良好な視界を確保することができる。ここで、第3辺部213は、窓材20の幅方向(前後方向)にわたり、かつ、上下方向斜めに延在しているので、クリア領域ARは、窓材20の幅方向だけでなく、高さ方向にも拡大する。このため、高さ方向の広範囲な視界の確保が可能である。   In the present embodiment, since the nozzle plate 21 is formed transparently, the view is not obstructed by the nozzle plate 21 in dry processing that does not use cutting oil, and at least in wet processing that uses cutting oil. In the vicinity of the three side portions 213, a clear area AR (FIG. 4) free from deposits can be obtained, and a good field of view can be ensured. Here, since the third side 213 extends in the width direction (front-rear direction) of the window material 20 and obliquely in the vertical direction, the clear region AR is not only in the width direction of the window material 20, It expands in the height direction. For this reason, it is possible to secure a wide field of view in the height direction.
本実施の形態によれば以下のような作用効果を奏することができる。
(1)窓材20の一部を覆うように窓材20の内面に対向して透明な三角形状のノズル板21を配設し、窓材20とノズル板21との間に空気通路としての空間SPを形成するとともに、管継手30を介して空間SP内に圧縮空気を供給し、第3辺部213における開口31から窓材20の内面に圧縮空気を噴出するようにした。これにより窓材20を傷付けることなく、窓材20の幅方向中央部にも十分に空気を吹き付けることができ、ノズル板21によって視界も遮られずに、外部からの良好な視界を確保することができる。また、空気の噴出口は不連続ではなく、第3辺部213に沿って連続的に設けられるため、クリア領域ARを得ることができる。
According to the present embodiment, the following operational effects can be achieved.
(1) A transparent triangular nozzle plate 21 is disposed opposite the inner surface of the window member 20 so as to cover a part of the window member 20, and an air passage is provided between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21. While forming space SP, compressed air was supplied in space SP via the pipe joint 30, and compressed air was jetted from the opening 31 in the 3rd edge part 213 to the inner surface of the window material 20. As shown in FIG. Accordingly, air can be sufficiently blown to the central portion in the width direction of the window member 20 without damaging the window member 20, and the field of view is not blocked by the nozzle plate 21, thereby ensuring a good view from the outside. Can do. Moreover, since the air outlet is not discontinuous and is provided continuously along the third side 213, the clear region AR can be obtained.
(2)空気の噴出口である辺部213を、窓材20の幅方向にわたり、かつ、上下方向斜めに延設するようにしたので、幅方向および上下方向に広範囲のクリア領域ARを得ることができる。このため、作業員の身長の高低に拘わらず、良好な視界を確保することができる。
(3)直角部210から第3辺部213にかけて窓材20とノズル板21との間の隙間tが小さくなるように、窓材20に対してノズル板21を傾斜して配設するようにしたので、空間SP内における圧縮空気の流れを整流にすることができ、窓材20に効率よく圧縮空気を吹き付けることができる。
(4)ノズル板21の取付用のフランジ部27とノズル板21との間にゴム部材28を介装してシールするようにしたので、フランジ部27からの圧縮空気の漏れを防ぐことができる。また、ボルト29の締結力を調整することによりゴム部材28の変形量を調整することができ、窓材20とノズル板21との間の隙間tの設定を容易に変更することができる。
(2) Since the side portion 213 that is the air outlet is extended in the width direction of the window member 20 and obliquely in the vertical direction, a wide clear area AR is obtained in the width direction and the vertical direction. Can do. For this reason, a favorable visual field can be ensured regardless of the height of the worker.
(3) The nozzle plate 21 is disposed so as to be inclined with respect to the window material 20 so that the gap t between the window material 20 and the nozzle plate 21 decreases from the right angle portion 210 to the third side portion 213. Therefore, the flow of the compressed air in the space SP can be rectified, and the compressed air can be efficiently blown onto the window member 20.
(4) Since the rubber member 28 is interposed between the flange portion 27 for mounting the nozzle plate 21 and the nozzle plate 21 for sealing, leakage of compressed air from the flange portion 27 can be prevented. . Further, the deformation amount of the rubber member 28 can be adjusted by adjusting the fastening force of the bolt 29, and the setting of the gap t between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21 can be easily changed.
なお、上記実施の形態では、ノズル板21を直角三角形状として構成したが、窓材20の一部を覆うように窓材20の内面に対向してノズル板21を配設し、窓材20との間にエア通路としての空間SPを形成するのであれば、透明な板部材としてのノズル板21の形状はいかなるものでもよい。例えば図5(a)に示すように、窓材20の上部に略矩形状のノズル板21を配設するようにしてもよく、図5(b)に示すように、窓材20の前部あるいは後部にノズル板21を配設するようにしてもよい。図5(c)に示すように、窓材20の前部あるいは後部の上下方向中央部に略矩形状のノズル板21を配設し、ノズル板21の三辺から空気を噴出するようにしてもよい。図5(d)に示すように、ノズル板21を半円形状として構成し、放射状に空気を噴出するようにしてもよい。図5(e)に示すように、略直角三角形状のノズル板21を分割して配置し、各ノズル板21の斜辺からそれぞれ空気を噴出するようにしてもよい。   In the above embodiment, the nozzle plate 21 is configured as a right triangle. However, the nozzle plate 21 is disposed so as to face the inner surface of the window material 20 so as to cover a part of the window material 20, and the window material 20. As long as the space SP as an air passage is formed between the nozzle plate 21 and the transparent plate member, the nozzle plate 21 may have any shape. For example, as shown in FIG. 5 (a), a substantially rectangular nozzle plate 21 may be disposed on the top of the window member 20, and as shown in FIG. Or you may make it arrange | position the nozzle plate 21 in a rear part. As shown in FIG. 5C, a substantially rectangular nozzle plate 21 is disposed at the center in the vertical direction of the front or rear portion of the window member 20 so that air is ejected from the three sides of the nozzle plate 21. Also good. As shown in FIG. 5D, the nozzle plate 21 may be formed in a semicircular shape so that air is ejected radially. As shown in FIG. 5 (e), the nozzle plate 21 having a substantially right triangle shape may be divided and arranged so that air is ejected from the oblique sides of each nozzle plate 21.
上記実施の形態では、窓材20を矩形状としたが、円形や三角形状としてもよい。管継手30を介して空間SP内に圧縮空気を供給するようにしたが、供給口の構成はこれに限らない。ボルト29の締結力を調整することにより、窓材20とノズル板21との間の隙間tを調整するようにしたが、調整手段はいかなるものでもよい。枠部材22と一体に支持板部25を設けるようにしたが、支持板部25を枠部材22とは別に設けてもよく、ノズル板21の支持構造は上述したものに限らない。また、上記実施の形態では、スプラッシュガード10に設けられた扉14の窓材20について述べたが、スプラッシュガード10に直接設けられた窓材に本発明を適用してもよい。   In the above embodiment, the window member 20 is rectangular, but it may be circular or triangular. Although compressed air is supplied into the space SP via the pipe joint 30, the configuration of the supply port is not limited to this. The gap t between the window member 20 and the nozzle plate 21 is adjusted by adjusting the fastening force of the bolt 29, but any adjustment means may be used. Although the support plate portion 25 is provided integrally with the frame member 22, the support plate portion 25 may be provided separately from the frame member 22, and the support structure of the nozzle plate 21 is not limited to that described above. Moreover, in the said embodiment, although the window material 20 of the door 14 provided in the splash guard 10 was described, you may apply this invention to the window material provided directly in the splash guard 10. FIG.
以上では、横形マシニングセンタのスプラッシュガード10に設けられた窓材20に窓材清掃装置を適用した例を説明したが、縦形マシニングセンタや他の工作機械にも本発明によるスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置を同様に適用可能である。すなわち、本発明の特徴、機能を実現できる限り、本発明は実施の形態の窓材清掃装置に限定されない。   In the above, an example in which the window material cleaning device is applied to the window material 20 provided in the splash guard 10 of the horizontal machining center has been described. However, the splash guard window material cleaning device according to the present invention is also applied to the vertical machining center and other machine tools. The same applies. That is, the present invention is not limited to the window material cleaning device of the embodiment as long as the features and functions of the present invention can be realized.
10 スプラッシュガード
20 窓材
21 ノズル板
28 ゴム部材
29 ボルト
30 管継手
210 直角部
213 辺部
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Splash guard 20 Window material 21 Nozzle plate 28 Rubber member 29 Bolt 30 Pipe joint 210 Right angle part 213 Side part

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  1. スプラッシュガードに設けられた窓材の内面を清掃するスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置であって、
    前記窓材の一部を覆うように前記窓材の内面に対向して配設され、前記窓材との間にエア通路を形成する透明な板部材を備え、
    前記エア通路は、エア通路内に外部から気体を供給する供給口と、前記エア通路内に供給された気体を前記窓材の内面に噴出する噴出口とを有することを特徴とするスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置。
    A splash guard window material cleaning device for cleaning an inner surface of a window material provided in the splash guard,
    A transparent plate member that is disposed to face the inner surface of the window material so as to cover a part of the window material, and that forms an air passage between the window material and the window material;
    The air passage has a supply port for supplying gas from the outside into the air passage, and a jet outlet for jetting the gas supplied into the air passage to the inner surface of the window member. Window cleaning equipment.
  2. 請求項1に記載のスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置において、
    前記噴出口は、前記窓材の幅方向にわたり、かつ、上下方向斜めに、延設されているスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置。
    In the splash guard window material cleaning device according to claim 1,
    The said spout is a window material cleaning apparatus of the splash guard extended over the width direction of the said window material, and diagonally up and down.
  3. 請求項2に記載のスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置において、
    前記板部材は、略三角形状をなし、その一の頂角を前記窓材の一の頂角とほぼ同じ角度に形成され、かつ、ほぼ同じ位置になるように配設され、
    前記供給口は、前記板部材の一の頂角に設けられ、前記噴出口は、前記板部材の一の頂角の対辺に設けられているスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置。
    In the splash guard window material cleaning device according to claim 2,
    The plate member has a substantially triangular shape, and one apex angle thereof is formed at substantially the same angle as one apex angle of the window member, and is disposed so as to be substantially at the same position.
    The supply port is provided at one apex angle of the plate member, and the spout is a splash guard window material cleaning device provided at the opposite side of the one apex angle of the plate member.
  4. 請求項1〜3のいずれか1項に記載のスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置において、
    前記窓材と前記板部材との間の隙間が前記供給口から前記噴出口にかけて小さくなるように、前記板部材は、前記窓材に対して傾斜して配設されているスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置。
    In the window material cleaning apparatus of the splash guard of any one of Claims 1-3,
    The window member of the splash guard in which the plate member is disposed so as to be inclined with respect to the window member so that a gap between the window member and the plate member is reduced from the supply port to the jet port. Cleaning device.
  5. 請求項1〜4のいずれか1項に記載のスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置において、
    前記噴出口における前記窓材と前記板部材との間の隙間を調整可能な調整手段をさらに備えるスプラッシュガードの窓材清掃装置。
    In the window material cleaning apparatus of the splash guard of any one of Claims 1-4,
    The splash guard window material cleaning apparatus further comprising an adjusting means capable of adjusting a gap between the window material and the plate member at the jet nozzle.
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