JP2014147668A - Snap fastener - Google Patents

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JP2014147668A
JP2014147668A JP2013222557A JP2013222557A JP2014147668A JP 2014147668 A JP2014147668 A JP 2014147668A JP 2013222557 A JP2013222557 A JP 2013222557A JP 2013222557 A JP2013222557 A JP 2013222557A JP 2014147668 A JP2014147668 A JP 2014147668A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a snap fastener which is allowed to have functions other than functions of coupling or decoupling of a plurality of components but nevertheless can keep the coupling of the components in a stable state.SOLUTION: The snap fastener has a plurality of components that can be coupled or decoupled. The plurality of components have holes 22, 24. The holes 22, 24 match each other in a state where the plurality of components are coupled, and a linear material 50 can penetrate through all the holes 22, 24.

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  The present invention relates to a snap button having a plurality of components that can be combined or separated.

  An object of the present invention is to allow the snap button to have a function other than the function of coupling or separating a plurality of components, and nevertheless, the coupling of the components is stably maintained. is there.

  According to the present invention, the set problem is that the plurality of components have holes, and each hole is aligned with each other in a state where the plurality of components are coupled, and the wire can pass through all the holes. Solved.

  The hole according to the invention provides an additional function for the snap button as long as the wire can pass through. The linear material is, for example, a rope, a string, and a cord. This allows the snap button to be used on a tent or sail.

  The snap button according to the invention, according to a preferred embodiment, has a coupling device for coupling the component with other components and a retaining device for attaching the coupling device to the support, the retaining device being a coupling device And a hole is formed in the holding device.

  More preferably, according to the invention, the coupling device is molded from a plastic material and the holding device is molded from a metal material.

  This material selection is effective when manufacturing a snap button. This is because the metal holding device can be attached to the support by simply bending. Also, selecting a plastic material to mold the coupling device can achieve the desired shape in a particularly simple manner and can adjust the force with which the coupling device is coupled or separated.

  More preferably, according to the present invention, the first dimension of the hole is 30% to 70% larger than the second dimension of the outer shape of the component.

  According to the present invention, more preferably, the first dimension of the hole is 8 mm to 14 mm.

  More preferably, according to the present invention, the second dimension of the outer shape of the component is 20 mm to 26 mm.

  According to a particularly preferred embodiment, the snap button according to the invention has a first coupling device and a second coupling device for coupling at least one component of the plurality of components with other components, The first coupling device is disposed on either the front surface or the back surface of the support, and the second coupling device is disposed on either the front surface or the back surface of the support. Are connected to the support by a single holding device. As a result, a snap button capable of combining a plurality of components in a stacked posture is realized.

  The present invention will now be described in detail using preferred embodiments with reference to the accompanying drawings, which have further details.

FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view and a top view showing a female coupling device of a snap button according to the present invention. It is sectional drawing and the top view which show the state which attached the female coupling | bonding apparatus of the snap button based on this invention to the support body. FIG. 2 is a top view and a cross-sectional view showing a male coupling device of a snap button according to the present invention. It is the top view and sectional drawing which show the state which attached the male coupling device of the snap button based on this invention to the support body. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view showing individual components of an embodiment of a snap button according to the present invention. FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view showing the snap button shown in FIG. 5 in a state where the snap button is attached to a support. It is sectional drawing which couple | bonds and shows in the state which attached the snap button shown in FIG. 5 to the support body. It is sectional drawing which isolate | separates and shows the stack | stuck type snap button based on this invention. It is sectional drawing which couple | bonds and shows the stack | stuck type snap button based on this invention. It is sectional drawing which isolate | separates and shows other embodiment of the stacking-type snap button based on this invention. FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view showing another embodiment of a stacking type snap button according to the present invention in combination. It is sectional drawing which isolate | separates and shows other embodiment of the stacking-type snap button based on this invention. FIG. 6 is a cross-sectional view showing another embodiment of a stacking type snap button according to the present invention in combination.

  FIG. 1 shows a cross-sectional view (upper view) and a top view (lower view) of a female coupling device 10. FIG. 2 shows that the female coupling device 10 is attached to the support 14 using the holding device 12.

  The snap button has a plurality of components that can be combined or separated. Specifically, the coupling device of one component is coupled or separated from the coupling device of the other component. There are female and male coupling devices. The female coupling device 10 is molded of a plastic material in the illustrated embodiment. As the plastic material, for example, polyacetal, polyester, polybutylene terephthalate, or the like can be used. The coupling device 10 is disposed at the center of the disk-shaped base 10a, the mounting hole 10b penetrating the base 10a in the front and back direction, and protruding from the surface of the base 10a, and is disposed along the periphery of the base 10a. A cylindrical peripheral wall 10c. The peripheral wall 10c has a concave portion 10d on its inner side for receiving the convex portion 16c of the male coupling device 16 so as to be coupled or separable.

  One component has a holding device 12 for attaching the female coupling device 10 to the support 14. The holding device 12 is formed of a metal material in the illustrated embodiment. For example, brass, iron, nickel, aluminum, or the like can be used as the metal material. The holding device 12 includes a cylindrical body 12a and a first flange 12b extending from the base end of the body 12a toward the outside in the radial direction of the body 12a.

  The support 14 is a sheet-like member formed of fiber material, plastic material, leather, paper or the like. The support 14 has a mounting hole 14a that penetrates the support 14 in the front and back direction.

  In a state where the female coupling device 10 is attached to the support 14 by the holding device 12, the holding device 12 is disposed so as to penetrate the coupling device 10 and the support 14. A process in which the coupling device 10 is attached to the support 14 by the holding device 12 will be described below. First, the coupling device 10 is disposed on the front side of the support 14, and the holding device 12 is disposed on the back side of the support 14. At this time, in the coupling device 10, the back surface of the base 10 a is in contact with the surface of the support 14, and the mounting hole 10 b of the coupling device 10 is disposed concentrically with the mounting hole 14 a of the support 14. In the holding device 12, the body 12 a is passed through the mounting hole 14 a of the support 14 and the mounting hole 10 b of the coupling device 10, and the first flange 12 b is in contact with the back surface of the support 14. At this time, the front end of the body 12a passes through the mounting hole 10b of the coupling device 10 and protrudes beyond the surface of the base 10a. Next, the front end of the body 12a is bent toward the outer side in the radial direction of the body 12a. Thereby, the 2nd flange 12c extended toward the radial direction outer side of the trunk | drum 12a is formed in the front-end | tip of the holding | maintenance apparatus 12. As shown in FIG. At this time, the second flange 12 c is in contact with the surface of the base 10 a of the coupling device 10. That is, the coupling device 10 and the support 14 are sandwiched between the first flange 12b and the second flange 12c of the holding device 12.

  The mounting hole 14a of the support 14 may be formed by cutting the support 14 at the front end of the body 12a when the front end of the body 12a of the holding device 12 is passed through the mounting hole 10b of the coupling device 10. good.

  FIG. 3 shows a top view (upper view) and a cross-sectional view (lower view) of the male coupling device 16. FIG. 4 shows that the male coupling device 16 is attached to the support 20 using the holding device 18.

  The male coupling device 16 is molded of a plastic material in the illustrated embodiment. As the plastic material, for example, polyacetal, polyester, polybutylene terephthalate, or the like can be used. The coupling device 16 is disposed at the center of the base 16a, the mounting hole 16b penetrating the base 16a in the front and back directions, and radially outside the base 16a with respect to the mounting hole 16b. It has the cylindrical convex part 16c which protrudes from the surface of 16a. The convex portion 16 c can be coupled or separated from the concave portion 10 d of the female coupling device 10.

  The other component has a holding device 18 for attaching the male coupling device 16 to the support 20. The holding device 18 is formed of a metal material in the illustrated embodiment. For example, brass, iron, nickel, aluminum, or the like can be used as the metal material. The holding device 18 includes a cylindrical body 18a and a first flange 18b extending from the base end of the body 18a toward the radially outer side of the body 18a.

  The support 20 is a sheet-like member formed of fiber material, plastic material, leather, paper or the like. The support 20 has a mounting hole 20a that penetrates the support 20 in the front and back direction. These supports 14, 20 are used for articles such as tents or sails, for example.

  In a state where the male coupling device 16 is attached to the support 20 by the holding device 18, the holding device 18 is disposed so as to penetrate the coupling device 16 and the support 20. A process in which the coupling device 16 is attached to the support 20 by the holding device 18 will be described. First, the coupling device 16 is disposed on the front side of the support 20, and the holding device 18 is disposed on the back side of the support 20. At this time, the coupling device 16 has the back surface of the base 16 a in contact with the surface of the support 20, and the mounting hole 16 b of the coupling device 16 is disposed concentrically with the mounting hole 20 a of the support 20. In the holding device 18, the body 18 a is passed through the mounting hole 20 a of the support 20 and the mounting hole 16 b of the coupling device 16, and the first flange 18 b is in contact with the back surface of the support 20. At this time, the front end of the body 18a passes through the mounting hole 16b of the coupling device 16 and protrudes beyond the surface of the base 16a. Next, the front end of the body 18a is bent outward in the radial direction of the body 18a. As a result, a second flange 18 c is formed at the tip of the holding device 18 and extends outward in the radial direction of the body 18 a. At this time, the second flange 18 c is in contact with the surface of the base 16 a of the coupling device 16. That is, the coupling device 16 and the support 20 are sandwiched between the first flange 18 b and the second flange 18 c of the holding device 18.

  The hole 20a of the support 20 may be formed by cutting the support 20 at the front end of the body 18a when the front end of the body 18a of the holding device 18 is passed through the mounting hole 16b of the coupling device 16. .

  One component shown in FIGS. 1 and 2 and the other component shown in FIGS. 3 and 4 are arranged so that the coupling devices 10 and 16 face each other as shown in FIG. Then, as shown in FIG. 7, one component and the other component can be coupled via the coupling devices 10 and 16. One component and the other component have holes 22 and 24, respectively. One component hole 22 is formed inside the body 12 a of the holding device 12. The hole 24 of the other component is formed inside the body 18 a of the holding device 18. Each hole 22, 24 is aligned in a state where one component and the other component are coupled. That is, the holes 22 and 24 are arranged on the same straight line. At this time, the linear member 50 can be disposed so as to pass through all the holes. The linear member 50 is, for example, a rope, a string, and a cord.

  The first dimension Wi of the holes 22, 24 is 8 mm to 14 mm in the illustrated embodiment. Preferably, the first dimension Wi is 9 mm to 11 mm. The first dimension Wi corresponds to the diameter of the holes 22 and 24. This is because, in the illustrated embodiment, the hole is defined by a circular contour. The first dimension Wi is the width at the narrowest part of the holes 22 and 24 when the outlines of the holes 22 and 24 are not circular.

  The second dimension Wa of the outer shape of one component and the other component is 20 mm to 26 mm in the illustrated embodiment. Preferably, the second dimension Wa is 20.8 mm to 25.8 mm. The second dimension Wa corresponds to the diameter of each component. This is because, in the illustrated embodiment, each component is defined by a circular outline. The second dimension Wa is the width at the widest part of each component when the contour of each component is not circular.

  More specifically, the second dimension Wa of each component corresponds to the diameter or width of the coupling devices 10 and 16. In this case, the diameter or width of the coupling device 10, 16 is larger than the diameter or width of the holding device 12, 18. On the other hand, the second dimension Wa may correspond to the diameter or width of the holding devices 12 and 18. In this case, the diameter or width of the holding devices 12, 18 is larger than the diameter or width of the coupling devices 10, 16.

  The first dimension Wi of the hole 22 of one component and the first dimension Wi of the hole 24 of the other component are approximately the same in the illustrated embodiment. Further, the second dimension Wa of one component and the second dimension Wa of the outer shape of the other component are approximately the same in the illustrated embodiment. When the sizes of the first dimension Wi and the second dimension Wa are compared, the ratio of the first dimension Wi is included in the range of 30% to 70% of the second dimension Wa. Preferably, the ratio of the size of the first dimension Wi and the second dimension Wa is included in the range of 8: 25.8 to 14: 20.8. This facilitates, for example, passing the string from the hole 22 of one component into the hole 24 of the other component.

  8 and 9 show a stackable snap button with three supports and three components attached to each support. Of the three supports, a first component having a first coupling device 101 and a second coupling device 102 is attached to a first support 28 arranged in the center. The first coupling device 101 is disposed on the front side of the first support 28. The second coupling device 102 is disposed on the back side of the first support 28.

  Each coupling device 101, 102 is attached to the first support 28 by a single holding device 26. The holding device 26 includes a cylindrical body 26a, a first flange 26b extending from the base end of the body 26a toward the radially outer side of the body 26a, and a first flange 26b extending from the distal end of the body 26a toward the radially outer side of the body 26a. Two flanges 26c are provided. The first support 28 has a mounting hole 28a that penetrates the first support 28 in the front and back direction.

  In a state where each coupling device 101, 102 is attached to the first support 28 by the holding device 26, the holding device 26 is disposed so as to penetrate each coupling device 101, 102 and the first support 28. Yes. Each coupling device 101, 102 has the same shape as the female coupling device 10 shown in FIG. Therefore, common members will be described using the same reference numerals. In the first coupling device 101, the back surface of the base 10a is in contact with the surface of the first support 28, and the mounting hole 10b of the first coupling device 101 is concentric with the mounting hole 28a of the first support 28. Be placed. In the second coupling device 102, the back surface of the base 10a is in contact with the back surface of the first support 28, and the mounting hole 10b of the second coupling device 102 is concentric with the mounting hole 28a of the first support 28. Be placed. In the holding device 26, the body 26 a is passed through the mounting hole 28 a of the first support 28 and the mounting holes 10 b of the coupling devices 101 and 102, and the first flange 26 b is the base of the first coupling device 101. It is in contact with the surface of 10a. Further, the second flange 26 c is in contact with the surface of the base 10 a of the second coupling device 102. That is, each coupling device 101, 102 and the first support 28 are sandwiched between the first flange 26b and the second flange 26c of the holding device 26.

  A second component is attached to the second support that faces the front side of the first support 28. The second component has a third coupling device that couples with the first coupling device 101. In addition, a third component is attached to the third support that faces the back side of the first support 28. The third component has a third coupling device that couples with the second coupling device 102. The second and third components have the same shape as the component shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 9, each of the coupling devices 101 and 102 can be coupled to the opposing male coupling devices 16 and 16, respectively.

  The hole 38 of the first component attached to the first support 28 is formed inside the body 26 a of the holding device 26. With all components joined, the first component hole 38 and the second and third component holes 24 are aligned. At this time, the linear material can be arranged so as to pass through all the holes.

  10 and 11 show another embodiment of the stacked snap button. Of the three supports, the first component 32 having the first coupling device 161 and the second coupling device 162 is attached to the first support body 32 disposed in the center. The first coupling device 161 is disposed on the front side of the first support body 32. The second coupling device 162 is disposed on the back side of the first support 32.

  Each coupling device 161, 162 is attached to the first support 32 by a single holding device 30. The holding device 30 includes a cylindrical body 30a, a first flange 30b extending from the base end of the body 30a toward the radially outer side of the body 30a, and a first flange 30b extending from the distal end of the body 30a toward the radially outer side of the body 30a. Two flanges 30c are provided. The first support body 32 has a mounting hole 32a that penetrates the first support body 32 in the front and back direction.

  In a state where each coupling device 161, 162 is attached to the first support 32 by the holding device 30, the holding device 30 is disposed so as to penetrate each coupling device 161, 162 and the first support 32. Yes. Each coupling device 161, 162 has the same shape as the male coupling device 16 shown in FIG. Therefore, common members will be described using the same reference numerals. In the first coupling device 161, the back surface of the base 16 a is in contact with the surface of the first support body 32, and the mounting hole 16 b of the first coupling device 161 is concentric with the mounting hole 32 a of the first support body 32. Be placed. In the second coupling device 162, the back surface of the base 16a is in contact with the back surface of the first support body 32, and the mounting hole 16b of the second coupling device 162 is concentric with the mounting hole 32a of the first support body 32. Be placed. In the holding device 30, the body 30 a is passed through the mounting hole 32 a of the first support 32 and the mounting holes 16 b of the coupling devices 161 and 162, and the first flange 30 b is the base of the first coupling device 161. It is in contact with the surface of 16a. Further, the second flange 30 c is in contact with the surface of the base 16 a of the second coupling device 162. That is, the coupling devices 161 and 162 and the first support body 32 are sandwiched between the first flange 30 b and the second flange 30 c of the holding device 30.

  A second component is attached to the second support that faces the front side of the first support 32. The second component has a third coupling device that couples with the first coupling device 161. In addition, a third component is attached to the third support that faces the back side of the first support 32. The third component has a third coupling device that couples with the second coupling device 162. The second and third components have the same shape as the component shown in FIG. As shown in FIG. 11, each coupling device 161, 162 can be coupled to an opposing female coupling device 10, 10.

  The hole 40 of the first component attached to the first support body 32 is formed inside the body 30 a of the holding device 30. In a state where all the components are joined, the hole 40 of the first component is aligned with the hole 22 of the second and third components. At this time, the linear material can be arranged so as to pass through all the holes.

  12 and 13 show another embodiment of the stacked snap button. Of the three supports, a first component is attached to the first support 36 disposed in the center. The first component has a first coupling device 103 and a second coupling device 163. The first coupling device 103 is disposed on either the front side or the back side of the first support 32. And the 2nd coupling device 163 is arrange | positioned at the other side of the back side of the 1st support body 32, or the front side.

  Each coupling device 103, 163 is attached to the first support 36 by a single holding device 34. The holding device 34 includes a cylindrical body 34a, a first flange 34b extending from the proximal end of the body 34a toward the outer side in the radial direction of the body 34a, and a first flange 34b extending from the distal end of the body 34a toward the outer side in the radial direction of the body 34a. Two flanges 34c are provided. The first support 36 has a mounting hole 36a that penetrates the first support 36 in the front and back direction.

  In a state where the coupling devices 103 and 163 are attached to the first support 36 by the holding device 34, the holding device 34 is disposed so as to penetrate the coupling devices 103 and 163 and the first support 36. Yes. The first coupling device 103 has the same shape as the female coupling device 10 shown in FIG. The second coupling device 163 has the same shape as the male coupling device 16 shown in FIG. Therefore, common members will be described using the same reference numerals. In the first coupling device 103, the back surface of the base 10a is in contact with one surface of the support 32, and the mounting hole 10b of the first coupling device 103 is concentric with the mounting hole 36a of the first support 36. Be placed. In the second coupling device 163, the back surface of the base 16a is in contact with the other surface of the support 36, and the mounting hole 16b of the second coupling device 163 is concentric with the mounting hole 36a of the first support 36. Be placed. In the holding device 34, the body 34a is passed through the mounting hole 36a of the first support 36, the mounting hole 10b of the first coupling device 103, and the mounting hole 16b of the second coupling device 163. The first flange 34 b is in contact with the surface of the base 10 a of the first coupling device 103. In addition, the second flange 34 c is in contact with the surface of the base 16 a of the second coupling device 163. That is, the coupling devices 103 and 163 and the first support 36 are sandwiched between the first flange 34 b and the second flange 34 c of the holding device 34.

  A second component is attached to the second support opposite to the one side surface of the first support 36. The second component is attached with a third coupling device that couples to the first coupling device 103. In addition, a third component is attached to the third support that faces the other surface of the first support 36. The third component is attached with a fourth coupling device that couples with the second coupling device 163. The second component has the same shape as the component shown in FIG. The third component has the same shape as the component shown in FIG. The first coupling device 103 can be coupled to an opposing male coupling device 16 as shown in FIG. The second coupling device 163 can be coupled to the opposing female coupling device 10 as shown in FIG.

  The hole 42 of the first component attached to the first support 36 is formed inside the body 34 a of the holding device 34. With all components joined, the first component hole 42, the second component hole 24, and the third component hole 22 are aligned. At this time, the linear material can be arranged so as to pass through all the holes.

  The stacked snap buttons shown in FIGS. 8-13 are formed in terms of material and dimensions similar to those shown in FIGS. 1-7, and therefore are directed to refer to their descriptions to avoid repetition. .

  The features of the invention disclosed in the above specification, claims and drawings may form the essence of implementing the invention in its various embodiments, either alone or in any combination.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Female coupling device 12 Holding device 14 Support body 16 Male coupling device 18 Holding device 20 Support body 22 Hole 24 Hole 26 Holding device 28 Support body 30 Holding device 32 Support body 34 Holding device 36 Support body 50 Linear member

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  1. A snap button having a plurality of components that can be combined or separated,
    The plurality of components have holes (22, 24, 38, 40, 42), the holes align with each other in a state in which the plurality of components are joined, and the wire (50) has all the holes. A snap button characterized by being able to pass through.
  2. The component includes a coupling device (10, 16, 101, 102, 103, 161, 162, 163) for coupling with other components, and the coupling device as a support (14, 20, 28, 32, 36). Holding device (12, 18, 26, 30, 34) for attaching to
    The snap button according to claim 1, wherein the holding device passes through the coupling device and the support, and the holes (22, 24, 38, 40, 42) are formed in the holding device. .
  3.   The snap button according to claim 2, wherein the coupling device is formed of a plastic material, and the holding device is formed of a metal material.
  4.   3. The snap button according to claim 1, wherein the first dimension (Wi) of the hole is 30% to 70% of the second dimension (Wa) of the outer shape of the component.
  5.   The snap button according to claim 4, wherein the first dimension (Wi) is 8 mm to 14 mm.
  6.   The snap button according to claim 4, wherein the second dimension (Wa) is 20 mm to 26 mm.
  7. At least one component of the plurality of components includes a first coupling device (101, 103, 161) and a second coupling device (102, 162, 163) for coupling with other components,
    The first coupling device is disposed on either the front surface or the back surface of the support (28, 32, 36),
    The second coupling device is disposed on either the front surface or the back surface of the support,
    A snap button according to claim 2 or 3, characterized in that the first coupling device and the second coupling device are attached to the support by a single holding device (26, 30, 34). .
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