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JP2013107180A
JP2013107180A JP2011255653A JP2011255653A JP2013107180A JP 2013107180 A JP2013107180 A JP 2013107180A JP 2011255653 A JP2011255653 A JP 2011255653A JP 2011255653 A JP2011255653 A JP 2011255653A JP 2013107180 A JP2013107180 A JP 2013107180A
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Susumu Morita
進 森田
Keisuke Igarashi
圭介 五十嵐
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a die roll device capable of performing cut processing on the front and back sides with good workability in a small space.
SOLUTION: A first die roll 1a and a first receiving cylinder 1b arranged below the first die roll 1a with a predetermined interval for passing the paper S below the first die roll 1a. The first die roll unit 1 is located downstream of the first die roll unit 1 and is installed below the first die roll unit 1, and the second die roll 2a and the second die roll 2a It has a second die roll unit 2 including a second receiving cylinder 2b disposed below the second die roll 2a with a predetermined interval for passing the paper S below.
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  The present invention relates to a die roll apparatus that forms a cut in continuous paper using a die roll having a punching blade formed on an outer peripheral surface.

  In recent years, one-part delivery slips (hereinafter referred to as “one-part delivery slips”) are often used in which a plurality of types of slips are arranged on one slip sheet, and each slip is simultaneously printed by a printer. It has become like this.

  The typical one-part delivery slip is a surface opposite to the surface (hereinafter referred to as the back surface of the tack paper) on which the adhesive layer is formed of the tack paper that is laminated in the order of release paper, adhesive layer, and tack substrate. (Hereinafter referred to as “tack paper surface”) is provided with a slip sheet in which a delivery slip and a sticker slip are arranged in a plane via an adhesive layer, and at least the delivery slip has a structure that can be peeled off from the tack paper surface. (For example, refer to Patent Document 1).

  The one-part delivery slip of the above three-layer type (slip paper, tack base material, release paper) has a delivery slip and a sticker slip on one slip paper as described above. Based on the managed delivery information, delivery destination information, request source information, and other management information such as a barcode can be printed at a high speed at a predetermined location on the delivery slip by the printer device. In order to use it, prepare a one-part delivery slip on which predetermined items are printed in advance by a printer, peel off the release paper on the back side of the tack paper that constitutes the one-part delivery slip, and place it on a predetermined delivery through an adhesive layer. Affix it.

  Recently, with the development of converter technology, there is also development of pattern silicone and pattern adhesive processing technology. Two substrates such as fine paper are bonded using a release agent, an adhesive, and an adhesive, So-called two-layer and 2.5-layer delivery slips that are machined into one part are also used. The 2.5-layer type is called in order to distinguish it from a simple two-layer type because it has a complicated structure such as providing a printing part on the inner surface of the substrate, although it has two layers.

  FIG. 3 shows an example of a 2.5-layer delivery slip. 3A is a plan view before use, FIG. 3B is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA in FIG. 3A, and FIG. 3C corresponds to the AA line in FIG. It is sectional drawing at the time of use to do. As shown in FIG. 3, the 2.5-layer delivery slip has a two-layer structure of a surface base material 31 and a peeling base material 32, and includes a printing unit 35 on the inner surface side of the peeling base material 32. In order to distinguish it from a simple two-layer type, the peeling substrate 32 has two parts, namely, a peeling part 32c to be peeled and a substrate part 32b that is printed on the inner surface and remains without peeling. This is called a five-layer system.

  The surface base material 31 is formed so as to be separable into a rectangular strip 31b and a peripheral portion 31c by four separation lines 31a. Moreover, the peeling base material 32 is formed so as to be separable into a rectangular substrate part 32b and a peeling part 32c by four separation lines 32a. As shown in FIG. 3A, the four separation lines 31a are located inside the four separation lines 32a, and the area of the peeling piece 31b is smaller than the area of the substrate portion 32b. FIG. 3A is a view of the delivery slip from the surface base material 31 side, and the separation line 32a in the peeling base material 32 is in a hidden state, and therefore the position in the plane direction is indicated by a dotted line.

  As shown in the cross-sectional view of FIG. 3B, a release layer 33 is provided on the lower layer side of the substrate portion 32b so that the release piece 31b can be separated from the substrate portion 32b. Is provided with an adhesive layer 34 for adhering the peeling piece 31b and the substrate portion 32b. A printing unit 35 is provided on the inner surface of the substrate portion 32b (the surface facing the peeling piece 31b), and advertisements and the like are printed thereon.

  On the lower layer side of the peripheral portion 31c of the surface base material 31, an adhesive layer 37 and a release layer 36 are provided in order from the surface base material 31 side, and the peripheral portion 31c and the peeling portion 32c of the peeling base material 32 can be peeled off. It is glued. The release layer 36 is provided only on the inner surface (the surface facing the surface base material 31) of the peripheral portion 31c, and is not provided on the release piece 31b.

  When using the delivery slip of FIG. 3, the peeling part 32c is peeled off from the surface base material 31, and it affixes on a delivery thing. The release layer 36 is peeled off together with the peeling portion 32c. At this time, as shown in FIG. 3C, the substrate portion 32b of the peeling substrate 32 is left without being peeled. And when a receiver receives, a delivery person peels the peeling piece 31b from the separation line 31a. After peeling off the peeling piece 31b, the printing part 35 on the substrate part 32b can be seen from the surface side.

  For both 2-layer, 2.5-layer, and 3-layer delivery slips, the separation line for separating the strips such as delivery slips from the delivery slip body is a die roll with a punching blade on the outer peripheral surface. (See Patent Document 2). The type of separation line (sewing machine processing, half-cut processing, etc.) varies depending on the type of blade type of the die roll.

JP 2008-12692 A JP 2005-28526 A

  In the 2.5-layer delivery slip, as shown in FIG. 3, it is necessary to form separation lines from both the front and back sides. In recent delivery slips, various types of pieces (payment slips, sales slips, picking lists, invoices, receipts, receipts, etc.) are intricately arranged for each customer. Conventionally, in order to cut on the back side, a unit in which two die rolls and a receiving cylinder are arranged up and down is used. The front side is cut with a unit having a die roll on the upper side, and the back side is cut on the lower side. Processing is performed by a unit in which a die roll is arranged. However, when the die roll is disposed on the lower side, there is a problem that workability is poor when the pinnacle blade is attached to the magnet cylinder.

  On the other hand, by replacing the front and back of the continuous paper between units with a turn bar or the like, the rear surface is cut and processed by a unit in which a die roll is disposed on the upper side. In this case, a place for installing the turn bar is required, and the apparatus has a complicated structure.

  Then, this invention makes it a subject to provide the die-roll apparatus which can be cut into the front and back, and workability | operativity is good in a small space.

  In order to solve the above-mentioned problem, the die roll apparatus according to claim 1 is arranged below the first die roll with a first gap between the first die roll and a predetermined interval for passing a sheet below the first die roll. A first die roll unit composed of the first receiving cylinder, located downstream of the first die roll unit, installed below the first die roll unit, and a second die roll; A second die roll unit comprising a second receiving cylinder disposed below the second die roll, with a predetermined interval for passing a sheet below the second die roll. Features.

  According to the die roll apparatus of claim 1, each die roll unit is configured such that the die roll is on the upper side and the receiving cylinder is on the lower side, and the upstream die roll unit is positioned above the downstream die roll unit. Since it is configured as described above, it is space-saving and has good workability, and it is possible to perform cutting on both sides.

  A die roll device according to a second aspect is the die roll device according to the first aspect, wherein at least one guide roller is provided in a travel path of the paper between the first die roll unit and the second die roll unit. And the paper passing through the first die roll unit is turned upside down and passes through the second die roll unit by passing through the guide roller. And

  According to the die roll apparatus of the second aspect, since the paper is turned upside down by the guide roller on the downstream side of the first die roll unit and fed to the second die roll unit, the paper can be fed in a small space. It becomes possible to invert the top and bottom.

  The die roll device according to claim 3 is the die roll device according to claim 1 or 2, wherein the lowermost end of the first receiving cylinder of the first die roll unit is between the second die roll units. It arrange | positions so that it may be located above the uppermost end of a 2nd die-roll.

  According to the die roll device of the third aspect, since the lowermost end of the upper cylinder of the die roll unit is disposed above the uppermost end of the die roll of the lower die roll unit, the axes J1 to J4 are arranged. The horizontal position can be made the same, and the die roll apparatus can be configured with a smaller space.

  According to the present invention, workability is good in a small space, and it is possible to perform cutting on both sides.

It is a figure which shows the die-roll apparatus which concerns on one Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the AA in FIG. It is a figure which shows an example of a 2.5 layer type delivery slip. It is a figure which shows the example from which a 2.5 layer type delivery slip differs.

DESCRIPTION OF EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 is a view showing a die roll apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention. In FIG. 1, 1a is a first die roll, 1b is a first receiving cylinder, 2a is a second die roll, 2b is a second receiving cylinder, P1 to P4 are pin tractors, G1 to G4 are guide rollers, and K is Side walls for holding the first die roll 1a, the first receiving cylinder 1b, the second die roll 2a, and the second receiving cylinder 2b, S is continuous paper. FIG. 1 shows a state viewed from a direction orthogonal to the direction in which the paper flows.

  In FIG. 1, a first die roll unit 1 is constituted by a first die roll 1a and a first receiving cylinder 1b, and a second die roll unit 2 is constituted by a second die roll 2a and a second receiving cylinder 2b. doing. The first die roll unit 1 and the second die roll unit 2 have basically the same configuration, and the die rolls 1a and 2a are located above the receiving cylinders 1b and 2b, and the first die roll 1a and the first die roll unit 1 are the same. The receiving cylinder 1b, the second die roll 2a, and the second receiving cylinder 2b are arranged so as to have a predetermined gap for allowing the continuous paper S to pass therethrough.

  As the first die roll 1a and the second die roll 2a, known die rolls can be adopted. In this embodiment, the 1st die roll 1a and the 2nd die roll 2a are implement | achieved by the well-known method attached to a magnet cylinder by making a pinnacle blade adsorb | suck with magnetic force.

  2 is a cross-sectional view taken along line AA in FIG. As shown in FIG. 2, the first die roll 1a, the first receiving cylinder 1b, the second die roll 2a, and the second receiving cylinder 2b are respectively connected to the side walls K and K by axes J1, J2, J3, and J4. It is held rotatably. Since the configuration in which the shafts J1 to J4 are rotatably held on the side wall K is known, detailed description thereof is omitted.

  As shown in FIG. 2, in the first die roll unit 1, a continuous paper S is provided between the first die roll 1a and the first receiving cylinder 1b and between the second die roll 2a and the second receiving cylinder 2b. It is arrange | positioned so that it may have the predetermined clearance for allowing to pass. In order to perform the cutting process on the continuous paper S, the gap is adjusted so that the cutting can be performed at a desired depth when the pinnacle blade is positioned below by rotation.

  In the example shown in FIG. 2, the lowermost end of the first receiving cylinder 1 b on the lower side of the first die roll unit 1 is above the uppermost end of the second die roll 2 a on the upper side of the second die roll unit 2. It is installed to become. Thereby, the position of the axis | shafts J1-J4 in the horizontal direction can be made the same, and it becomes possible to comprise a die-roll apparatus with a smaller space.

  In the first die roll unit 1, the first die roll 1 a and the first receiving cylinder 1 b are sent out downstream while pressing the continuous paper S. At that time, the continuous paper S is cut by the pinnacle blade attached to the first die roll 1a. Similarly, in the second die roll unit 2, the second die roll 2 a and the second receiving cylinder 2 b send out the downstream side while pressing the continuous paper S. At that time, the continuous paper S is cut by the pinnacle blade attached to the second die roll 2a.

  As the pin tractors P1 to P4, known pin tractors can be employed, and the continuous paper is caused to travel downstream through the feed holes provided at predetermined intervals on both ends of the continuous paper. The guide rollers G1 to G4 are auxiliary rollers for changing the traveling direction of the continuous paper, and are realized by a known cylindrical roller. In this embodiment, two guide rollers G1 and G2 are installed between the first die roll unit 1 and the second die roll unit 2, and the running direction of the continuous paper is reversed from the right side of the drawing to the left side of the drawing. I am letting. Although the number of guide rollers installed between the first die roll unit 1 and the second die roll unit 2 can be determined as appropriate, at least one guide roller may be installed.

  A case of manufacturing a pseudo-adhesive type 2.5-layer delivery slip as shown in FIG. 3 will be described. The 2.5-layer delivery slip shown in FIG. 3 is separated into individual delivery slips by cutting in a direction perpendicular to the flow direction of the continuous paper S, and two sheets are bonded before separation. It is in the form of a continuous sheet S. Further, side edges having a large number of feed holes formed at predetermined intervals are provided at both ends of the continuous sheet S.

  The continuous sheet S in which two sheets are bonded together by a bonding mechanism (not shown) on the upstream side of the die roll apparatus is conveyed with the assistance of the pin tractors P1 to P4 and passes through the first die roll unit 1. At this time, the first die roll 1a processes the separation line 31a, which is a half cut, on the surface base material 31 that is the upper surface of the continuous paper S by the pinnacle blade for a half cut.

  The continuous paper S discharged from the first die roll unit 1 is reversed in the traveling direction by the guide rollers G1 and G2 (in the drawing, reversed from the right direction to the left direction). The surface substrate 31 that has been formed becomes the lower surface, and the peeling substrate 32 that has become the lower surface becomes the upper surface. When the continuous paper S passes through the second die roll unit 2, the second die roll 2 a is half-cut on the peeling base material 32 that is the upper surface of the continuous paper S by the half-cut pinnacle blade. A certain separation line 32a is processed. In this manner, both sides can be cut from above the continuous paper S by the die rolls arranged above the receiving cylinder.

  Next, a case where a zipper sewing machine type 2.5 layer delivery slip is manufactured will be described. FIG. 4 is a diagram showing an example of a zipper sewing type 2.5 layer delivery slip. The zipper sewing type 2.5-layer delivery slip shown in FIG. 4 differs from the pseudo-adhesive type 2.5-layer delivery slip shown in FIG. 4, components having the same functions as those in the delivery slip of FIG. 3 are given the same numbers and description thereof is omitted. In the zipper sewing type 2.5-layer delivery slip, the separation line 31a on the surface base material is a perforation, and the peeling piece 31b is peeled off by breaking this part. 33 and the adhesive layer 34 are unnecessary.

  The continuous sheet S in which two sheets are bonded together by a bonding mechanism (not shown) on the upstream side of the die roll apparatus is conveyed with the assistance of the pin tractors P1 to P4 and passes through the first die roll unit 1. At this time, the first die roll 1a processes the separation line 31a, which is a perforation, on the surface base material 31 that is the upper surface of the continuous paper S by the pinnacle blade for half cut.

  The continuous paper S discharged from the first die roll unit 1 is reversed in the traveling direction by the guide rollers G1 and G2 (in the drawing, reversed from the right direction to the left direction). The surface substrate 31 that has been formed becomes the lower surface, and the peeling substrate 32 that has become the lower surface becomes the upper surface. When the continuous paper S passes through the second die roll unit 2, the second die roll 2 a is half-cut on the peeling base material 32 that is the upper surface of the continuous paper S by the half-cut pinnacle blade. A certain separation line 32a is processed. In this manner, both sides can be cut from above the continuous paper S by the die rolls arranged above the receiving cylinder.

  The preferred embodiments of the present invention have been described above. However, the present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and various modifications can be made. For example, in the said embodiment, although it was set as the structure which has two die-roll units of a 1st die-roll unit and a 2nd die-roll unit, it is within the tolerance of the installation space of 3rd, 4th ... It is possible to have a configuration having a large number of die roll units.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 ... 1st die-roll unit 1a ... 1st die-roll 1b ... 1st receiving cylinder 2 ... 2nd die-roll unit 2a ... 2nd die-roll 2b ... 1st Cylinder of No. 2 P1-P4 ... Pin tractor G1-G4 ... Guide roller K ... Side wall S ... Continuous paper

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  1. A first die roll unit comprising a first die roll and a first receiving cylinder disposed below the first die roll with a predetermined interval for passing a sheet below the first die roll. When,
    Located at the downstream side of the first die roll unit, is installed below the first die roll unit, and has a predetermined interval for passing the sheet below the second die roll and the second die roll. A second die roll unit comprising a second receiving cylinder disposed below the second die roll;
    A die roll apparatus comprising:
  2.   At least one or more guide rollers are installed in a travel path of the paper between the first die roll unit and the second die roll unit, and the first roller by passing through the guide roller. 2. The die roll apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the sheet that has passed through the die roll unit is configured to be turned upside down and pass through the second die roll unit.
  3.   The lowermost end of the first receiving cylinder of the first die roll unit is disposed so as to be positioned above the uppermost end of the second die roll of the second die roll unit. Claim | item 1 or the die-roll apparatus of Claim 2.
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