JP2934751B2 - Assembly desk - Google Patents

Assembly desk

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JP2934751B2
JP2934751B2 JP32756890A JP32756890A JP2934751B2 JP 2934751 B2 JP2934751 B2 JP 2934751B2 JP 32756890 A JP32756890 A JP 32756890A JP 32756890 A JP32756890 A JP 32756890A JP 2934751 B2 JP2934751 B2 JP 2934751B2
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龍生 中島
正修 大西
宏 岡本
直人 桜木
潤 榊原
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DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION [Industrial Application Field] The present invention relates to an assembling machine in which a desk top plate, legs and the like are made into parts, and these desk parts can be combined according to the purpose of use.

[Related Art] Various furniture such as desks and cabinets are arranged in an office. In particular, the layout of the desks is generally arranged in a row or facing each other within a predetermined range for each section, group, or group.

[Problems to be Solved by the Invention] However, conventionally used single-sleeve desks, double-sleeve desks,
Sleeveless desks are available in various sizes depending on the purpose of use, but they are not disassembled in any case, so when changing the layout, the desk must be moved. It was very cumbersome.

In addition, when performing office work or drafting on a desk, writing instruments and other stationery are used.However, since a conventional desk has only a top plate made of a flat member, the stationery used is an appropriate box. You either put your body as a storage box on your desk or put it in a drawer. However, when the storage box is placed on a desk, the storage box may hinder the work, and it is troublesome to take out necessary stationery from the drawer each time.

Furthermore, in recent years, the number of cases in which OA equipment such as a personal computer and a word processor is provided on a desk has been increasing. In such a case, a power supply line had to be routed from a nearby outlet. However, in order to route the power line, it is necessary not to hinder walking, and in some cases, power supply work may be required, or the power line may not be easily arranged, and the layout must be changed. There were things.

In addition, the conventional desk has a facility management (facility manag) including the layout problem described above.
ement) had a very big problem in terms of. In other words, in recent years, by comprehensively managing office spaces, layouts, and assets such as furniture and fixtures, a layout with a sense of unity between departments has been realized, and office furniture and fixtures have been maintained without losing the beauty of the office. Centrally manage,
Although effective utilization has been attempted, if the desks are individually assigned to individuals individually as in the past, it was easy to spoil the aesthetics of the office and the management was troublesome. For example, when the number of personnel increases, it is usual to newly bring in a desk and change the layout, but the size and height of the newly imported desk are the In contrast to this, it may damage the aesthetics, deviate from the allotted area, and in the event of reduced staff, move the desk to another department or keep it in a predetermined place. In such a case, humans are required to carry out the desk, and a large storage area is required for storage.

In addition, the layout was performed separately for each department, and thus lacked a sense of unity.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention has been made to solve the above problems, and has as its object to provide an assembling desk capable of easily changing a layout and managing assets.

Means for Solving the Problems In order to achieve the above object, the assembling desk of the present invention is a desk suitable for each application by appropriately combining desk parts such as a top plate, legs, panel frames, and partition walls. In particular, the top plate includes a first top plate member formed of a plate-like member and a second top plate member on which a functional block having a predetermined function is arranged.

[Operation] First, a top plate is prepared to secure a place for performing work, and a leg is attached to an end of the top plate in a predetermined manner. The top plate includes a first top plate member formed of a flat plate-shaped member for forming a flat surface for performing work, and a second top plate member on which functional blocks having various functions such as a power outlet and a pen tray box are arranged. The second top plate member can be detached from the first top plate member as needed.

Further, a panel frame is attached to a surface of the top plate opposite to the seat. Since the punching board can be freely removed from the leg and the panel frame, privacy of the user of the desk can be secured together with air permeability.

When the desks are arranged in a horizontal row, legs are attached to places where adjacent top plates abut each other so as to abut both top plates.

When the desks face each other, a panel frame is attached between the top plates facing each other.
Then, a partition can be attached to the panel frame as needed, and privacy can be ensured also by this.

[Example] Hereinafter, an example will be described with reference to the drawings.

First, desk parts used in the assembly desk of the present invention will be described.

(A) Top plate The top plate secures a place where the work is performed. As shown in FIG. 1A, a first top plate member 30 having a flat plate shape and a second top plate member 31 having various functions are provided. Are combined. The function of the second top plate member 31 can be determined as necessary, but in FIG.
A concave portion 33 is formed in the top plate member 31 so that it can be used as a pen tray box as a functional block. Since such a pen tray box is formed as a recess, it does not hinder work on a desk.

Further, as shown in FIG. 1B, the second top plate member 31 has a plurality of functional blocks 35, 36, 37 having different functions from each other.
It is also possible to combine 40.
For example, the functional block 35 indicates a block on which a wiring cap 34 for performing wiring required when various devices are used on a desk is formed, and the functional block 36 includes a power outlet 41 and a wiring cap 42. The formed block is shown, the functional block 37 is a block made of a flat member, and the functional block 40 is connected to the power outlet 38 and the in-house LAN (L
2 shows a block in which a connector for an ocal area network) is formed. Each of these functional blocks can be attached as needed. For example, if the functional block 36 is unnecessary in FIG. Just attach the block. It should be noted that the functional blocks are not limited to those described above, and it is clear that various types can be provided in addition to the functional blocks described above. Further, it is naturally possible to remove the second top plate member 31 and form the top plate only with the first top plate member. In this usage mode, a continuous slip sheet is printed by a printer as described later. It is suitable for use. The first top plate member 30 and the second top plate member 31 can be attached by a known attachment method.

Various widths W, depths D and thicknesses T of the top plate 1 are prepared depending on the application, and the dimensions are also determined based on the dimensions of the grid arranged on the ceiling or the tile attached to the floor. It is good to do so. That is, in general, the area allocated to each section of the office is usually set to an integral multiple of the grid or tile size as a minimum unit. Therefore, the size of the top plate is determined based on the grid or tile size. This is because the setting allows the desks to be arranged neatly in a predetermined range. For example, assuming that the area is set based on the grid, and the size of the grid is 1600 × 1600 (the unit is mm; the same applies hereinafter), the layout is set so that it fits within the set area. 1600W × 800D,
Prepare about 4 types of 1200W × 800D, 800W × 600D, 400W × 600D. The largest size top plate is used by departments that use large drawings or departments that require a lot of data, such as the department that performs drafting, and the second largest size top plate is used by the department that performs general affairs, etc. The top plate of the above size can be used as a side table or a small table by being attached to the top plate of the former two if necessary. Note that the thickness T can be arbitrarily determined as needed.

Although not shown in FIG. 1, a mounting member for mounting a leg or a panel frame is provided at a predetermined position on the surface on the back side of the top plate 1 and on the side surface 2. When the desk is assembled with screws, the mounting member may have a female screw embedded therein.

(B) Legs The legs are attached to the side edges of the top plate and are located at a predetermined height from the floor surface. As shown in FIG. As is apparent, a punching board 5 having a number of small holes perforated in a thin plate can be attached to the frame 4 as required. In other words, when the legs are composed only of the frame 4, the air permeability is very good, but there is a problem in privacy. Therefore, in order to maintain the privacy of the person using the desk, The punching board 4 can be attached.

The length L of the leg is a value corresponding to the depth D of the top plate, and the height H and the width T can be arbitrarily determined as needed.

FIG. 3 shows how the top plate 1 and the legs 3 are attached. The leg portion 3 can be attached to the back side of the side end of the top plate 1 as shown in FIG. 3A, or can be attached to the side surface 2 of the top plate 1 as shown in FIG. It has also been made possible. Furthermore, when arranged without gap a plurality of top plate in the width W direction, as shown in FIG. C, it mounted so as to contact the respective adjacent two of the top plate 1 1, 1 2. In particular, when the legs are mounted on the top plate in the manner shown in FIG. 3B, a pinup board can be mounted thereon similarly to a panel frame described later.

2 and 3 do not show members for attaching the legs to the top plate, it is natural that appropriate attachment members such as screw holes are provided similarly to the top plate. It is natural that a bracket or the like may be used for securing the mounting strength to the plate.

(C) Panel frame The panel frame is attached to the top plate in the same way as the legs,
The top plate is located at a predetermined height from the floor,
The difference is that the leg is attached to the side edge of the top plate, whereas the panel frame is attached to the side opposite to the side where the user is located, as shown in FIG. The panel frame is composed of a frame 6 like the legs shown in FIG. 2, and as is apparent from the figure, a punching board 7 can be mounted in this frame as required. A mounting member (not shown in FIG. 4) for mounting a pin-up board, which will be described later, is provided at a predetermined position on the upper surface of the frame constituting the panel frame.

Attach the panel frame to the top plate so that the pin-up board can be attached when desired.
As shown in FIG. B, it is made to contact the side surface of the top plate. That is, in a state where the desk is assembled, a part of the frame 6 constituting the panel frame can be seen from above, as is clear from FIG.

(D) Pin-up board A pin-up board is a partition that performs the function of a so-called low partition. For example, as shown in FIG.
Used to separate two people from each other when they are placed face-to-face. At this time, the panel frame is attached and fixed to both top plates facing each other.

As is clear from FIG. 5, the pinup board 8 is formed of a plate-like member, and the frame 6 which forms a panel frame attached between two desks by a support 9.
Attached to. The method of attaching the support 9 to the frame 8 and the method of attaching the pinup board 8 to the support 9 can be, for example, as shown in FIG. Sixth
In the drawing, a support 9 is composed of a pin-up board support 10 and an engaging portion 11 having a substantially U-shaped cross section. An opening 12 is formed in the upper surface of the longitudinal axis member of the frame 6 of the panel frame, and the post 9 can be attached by inserting the engaging portion 11 into the opening 12.
The pin-up board 8 can be attached by inserting the pin-up board 8 into the. When the pin-up board is not attached, the opening 12 is closed with a cap or the like.

The pin-up board can function as a partition if it is made of a plate-like member as shown in FIG. 5, but it is conceivable that the provision of the pin-up board may cause shadows on the desk or decrease the illuminance. There is a possibility that trouble may occur when performing detailed work such as the above.
Therefore, as the pinup board, at least two types of pinup boards, each of which is composed of only a plate-shaped member as shown in FIG. 5 and a pinup board provided with a lighting device as shown in FIG. 7, are prepared and selected as necessary. It can be so. In FIG. 7, reference numeral 13 denotes a fluorescent tube, and 1 denotes a socket. The lighting circuit is housed inside the socket 14 or arranged on the back surface of the top plate.

The desk component has been described above. Next, an aspect of assembling the desk component will be described. When assembling the desk, screws, brackets, reinforcing members, and the like are used, but these are not essential in the present invention, and will not be described.

FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a mode in which the desks are arranged in a horizontal row,
The top plate 1 1 of the legs 3 1 at the left end is the right end of the top plate 1 2 is mounted in the manner shown in FIG. 3 A leg 3 2 respectively, the top plate 1 1 and the top plate 1 2 is brought the portion in contact mounted in a manner that the leg 3 2 shown in FIG. 3 C. Further, the top plate 1 1, 1 2, respectively panel frame 20 1 to 20 2 is mounted. Similarly, a larger number of top plates can be arranged in a horizontal row. At this time, it goes without saying that the legs where the two top plates are arranged at the corresponding positions are attached in the manner shown in FIG. 3C. Further, it should be understood that the upper surface of the panel frame 20 1, 20 2 can be attached pinup board.

In the 21 1, 21 2 Figure 8 is a wagon for sleeves casters is for storing personal items of a user of the article or the desk. Therefore, when the user moves at the time of rearrangement or the like, only the sleeve wagon needs to be moved, and there is no need to move the desk.

FIG. 9 is a view showing a mode in which desks are arranged in a horizontal line and face to face, and desks assembled as shown in FIG. 8 are arranged to face each other. At this time, the panel frames 20 1 and 20 2 are attached and fixed to the desks facing each other, and the pin-up board can be mounted on the upper surfaces of the panel frames 20 1 and 20 2 as shown in FIG. 9 in FIG. Of course.

Figure 10 is a diagram showing a manner of forming a single desk by combining two of the top plate, one person in the top plate 1 2 in area than the top plate 1 1 of the large-area small is attached in FIG. An assembled top plate is formed to form a minute desk. The same applies to the desk top board 1 3, 1 4 and opposed to being disposed.

Legs 3 1, 3 3 are respectively attached in the manner of Figure 3 A with respect to the top plate 1 2, 1 4, Fig. 3 leg 3 2 for the top plate 1 1, 1 3 C In the manner shown in FIG. The same applies to desks that are arranged facing each other. Also, top plate
1 1, 1 2 panel frame 20 1 on the side of the desk to be formed in is attached to the side of the desk formed similarly by the top plate 1 3, 1 4 and panel frame 20 2 is mounted. Top plate 1 1 , 1 3
If, each of the panel frame 20 3 between the top plate which is arranged opposite to these of the top plate, 20 4 are attached, further panel frame 20 3, 20 respectively on the upper surface pinup board 8 1 4, 8 2 are installed. In the drawing, 21 indicates a wagon for sleeves, and 45 indicates a corner support.
The corner support 45 will be described later.

As shown in Fig. 10, when two top plates are used to form a combined top plate, the workable area can be increased,
It is suitable for departments that work while spreading large drawings or referring to many materials.

FIG. 11 is a diagram showing an assembling mode particularly suitable for a drafting desk, in which a large area top plate 11 and a smaller top area 12 are combined to form an assembled top plate . Then, two at a predetermined position of the top plate 1 1 a large area wire 25
1 , 25 2 are stretched in parallel, and ruler 26 is
It is provided to be movable 5 1, 25 2 along. Also, top plate
For the panel frame 20 1 attached to the 1 1 to ensure a desk illuminance, pinup board 81 lighted as shown in FIG. 7 is attached. The same applies to other desks.

Small area of the desk legs 3 1 at one end of the top plate 1 1 is mounted in the manner of Figure 3 A, the leg 3 2 includes a top plate 1 2, which are arranged back to back and the desk against the top plate 1 3 is attached in the manner of Figure 3 C. Between the adjacent desk and panel frame is mounted as shown in figure 20 3.

FIG. 12 is particularly shows an aspect of the assembly suitable for desk for OA equipment, the both side ends of the top plate 1 of the large-area leg 3 1, 3 2
There is mounted in the manner shown in FIG. 3 B, respectively, are further pinup board 81, 82 is attached thereon. Between the desk arranged facing attached panel frame 20, on of the panel frame 20 is attached pinup board 8 3.

By the way, when the printer 40 uses a continuous chit sheet, it is necessary to provide a continuous chit sheet to be used near the printer 40. However, if the 12th pinup board 8 3 As shown in the figure are attached it is difficult to feed the paper into the printer 40. Therefore,
When the assembly as shown in FIG. 12 is performed, the second top plate member is removed, and the sheet is fed from the gap.

Also, when installing an OA device, it is necessary to place an instruction manual for the OA device in the vicinity. Therefore, in FIG. 12, a top plate 27 of an appropriate size is attached to a predetermined location on the back side of the top plate 1 by an attachment member 28. As a result, a space for accommodating the instruction manual or necessary materials can be secured.

FIG. 13 is a diagram showing an assembling mode suitable for a manager's desk such as a section manager, and is formed by combining two top plates 11 and 12 into a substantially L-shape. Also mounted in the manner of Figure 3 A with respect to the leg portion 3 1, 3 2 are each top plate 1 1, 1 2,
Furthermore the panel frame 20 1 is in the top plate 1 1, the panel frame 20 2 over the top plate 1 1, 1 2 is mounted.

FIG. 13 shows an assembling mode in a case where the desk is arranged alone. However, as shown in FIG. 14, the desk can be attached to another desk via the panel frame 20.

In the above description, the specific mounting method of the desk part is omitted, but some specific mounting methods will be described below.

Figure 15 is a diagram showing a method of attaching the leg and the panel frame located at the end, is applied to, for example, a thirteenth leg 3 1 and the mounting of the panel frame 20 1 of Figure. In FIG. 15, openings 51 and 52 are formed in the lower surfaces of both ends of the upper pipe of the panel frame 20 and the lower surfaces of both ends of the lower pipe, respectively. An upper hook member 53 is fixed to the upper end by a fixing means such as a screw, and a lower hook member 54 is fixed to the lower surface by a fixing means such as a screw. Therefore, the upper hook
The leg 3 and the panel frame 20 can be attached by locking the 53 and the lower hook 54 in the openings 51 and 5 of the panel frame 20 as indicated by arrows 55 and 56, respectively.

FIG. 16 is a diagram showing a method of attaching the legs to be attached to both the two panel frame two adjacent top plate, for example the legs of Figure 8 3 2 and the panel frame 20 1, 20
Applies to the mounting of 2 . In FIG. 16, the structure of the panel frames 20 1 and 20 2 is the same as that described with reference to FIG. 15, but the two adjacent panel frames 20 1 and 20 2
Is fixed by bolts 60 and nuts 61. Also, leg 3
Two upper hooks 57 1 , 57 2 are fixed to the upper end of the pipe abutting on the panel frames 20 1 , 20 2 by fixing means such as screws, and a lower hook 54 is attached to the lower surface of the pipe.
Are fixed by fixing means such as screws. Therefore, the upper hooking bracket 57 1, 57 2 each panel frame 20 1, 20 2 of the opening 51 1, 51 together with the locking in 2, the two claws each panel frame 20 1 of the lower hook bracket 54, if 20 second opening 52 1, 52 2 to the locking can be carried out mounting the leg portion 3 and the panel frame 20 1, 20 2.

Figure 17 applies to the attachment of a view showing a mounting method, for example, of the 13 view panel frame 20 1, 20 2 To arranged orthogonally two panel frame. In this case, a corner support 45 having a rectangular cross section is used. A screw hole is provided at a predetermined position of the corner support 45. In this case, the lower surface of the corner post 45, that is, the surface that comes into contact with the floor, has an L-shaped lower hook fitting 67 1 , shown in FIG. 18C.
67 2 are fixed orthogonally by a fixing means such as screws. And as illustrated, the panel frame by the lower hook bracket 67 1, 67 2 each panel frame 20 1, 20 2 of the opening 52 1, 52 with 2 to locking, fixed by screws 66 1, 66 2 20 1 and 20 2 can be mounted. The lower hooks fixed to the lower surface of the corner post 45 or the lower surface of the pipe of the leg 3 are not only L-shaped lower hooks but also cross-shaped lower hooks shown in FIG. B
A T-shaped lower hook is provided, which is fixed to a corner post according to the manner in which the desk is assembled. Although not shown, the same applies to the upper hook.

Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described above, the present invention is not limited to the above embodiments, and various modifications are possible. In particular, as for the method of attaching the desk parts to each other such as the attachment of the top plate and the legs, a conventionally known attachment method can be appropriately adopted.

In addition, the manner of assembling the desk is not limited to the one shown in the above embodiment, and the desk parts can be variously combined as needed.

[Effects of the Invention] As is clear from the above description, according to the present invention, desks according to each use are formed by appropriately selecting and assembling desk parts of various sizes prepared in advance. Not only can the layout be made, but also the layout can be laid out neatly and within a predetermined range.

In particular, since the top plate includes not only the first top plate member made of a plate-shaped member but also the second top plate member having various functions, the top plate can be used effectively. For example, when a block provided with a power outlet is arranged on the second top plate member, it is not necessary to route the power line to the floor unlike the conventional case, so that the appearance of the office is not spoiled, and the pen tray box is arranged. In this case, the writing implement and the like can be stored without hindering the work. Further, since the second top plate member can be detached from the first top plate member, it is possible to easily feed, for example, continuous slip sheets to the printer.

In addition, since assembly and disassembly can be easily performed, it is possible to easily cope with an increase or decrease in the number of personnel or a change in business.

Furthermore, when storing a desk, a large space is required when storing a one-sleeve desk or a two-sleeve desk as in the past, but the assembled desk according to the present invention is disassembled and stored for each desk part. Therefore, the number of parts can be easily managed and the storage space can be small.

In addition, because the sizes of the desk parts are standardized in advance, the layout of the desk layout can be easily designed by CAD, and the layout can be managed efficiently, thus facilitating facility management. It can help you do it.

[Brief description of the drawings]

FIG. 1 is a diagram showing a configuration example of a top plate, FIG. 2 is a diagram for explaining a leg portion, FIG. 3 is a diagram showing a mode of attachment of the leg portion to the top plate, and FIG. FIG. 5 is a diagram for explaining a pinup board, FIG. 6 is a diagram showing an example of a method of attaching a pinup board,
FIG. 7 is a diagram showing a configuration example of a pinup board with illumination;
FIG. 8 is a diagram showing a mode in which the desks are assembled in a horizontal row,
FIG. 9 is a view showing a manner of assembling the desks in a face-to-face arrangement, FIG. 10 is a view showing an assembling manner in the case of having a sleeve desk, and FIG. 11 is a view showing an assembling manner suitable for a drafting desk. FIG. 12, FIG. 12 is a diagram showing a mode of assembly suitable for a desk for OA equipment, FIG. 13 is a diagram showing a mode of assembly suitable for a desk for an administrator, and FIG. 14 is an assembly suitable for a desk for an administrator FIG. 15 is a diagram showing another embodiment, FIG. 15 is a diagram showing a method of attaching a panel frame and a leg located at an end, and FIG. 16 is a diagram showing a leg and two panel frames attached in the middle of two top plates. FIG. 17 is a diagram showing an attaching method, FIG. 17 is a diagram showing an attaching method when two panel frames are arranged orthogonally, and FIG. 18 is a diagram showing an example of a lower hook. 1 ... top plate, 3 ... legs, 8 ... pin-up board, 20
... panel frame, 21 ... wagon for sleeve, 30 ... first top plate member, 31 ... second top plate member.

Continuing from the front page (72) Inventor Masaharu Onishi 2-16-1 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Shimizu Construction Co., Ltd. (72) Inventor Tatsuo Nakajima 26, Karibacho, Hodogaya-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 1 (72) Inventor Naoto Sakuragi 3-6-21 Hongodai, Sakae-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture (56) References JP-A-1-175806 (JP, A) JP-A-2-92726 (JP, U) JP-A-2-139535 (JP, U) Shokai 56-115930 (JP, U) Shokai 61-100230 (JP, U) (58) Fields investigated (Int. Cl. 6 , DB name) A47B 7/00 A47B 13/02 A47B 17 / 00 A47B 37/00

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1. A top plate comprising a plurality of top plates arranged in contact with one side in a row and a frame, and two sheets which are in contact with or adjacent to a back side of a side end of the top plate or a side surface of the top plate. And a panel frame comprising a frame and a frame, the panel frame being configured to abut on a side surface of the top plate opposite to the side where the user is located. Wherein each of the top plates is composed of a first top plate member made of a flat plate-like member, and a second top plate member on which a functional block having a predetermined function is arranged; and in the legs and in the panel frame , A punching board having a large number of small holes perforated therein.
2. A leg, which is constituted by at least two top plates arranged in contact with each other and a frame, and is attached to a back side of a side end of the top plate or a side surface of the top plate. And a frame provided with a pin-up board mounting member on the upper surface of the frame, between the facing top plates, a panel frame attached to both facing top plates, and a partition for separating people facing each other. And a pin-up board attached to an attachment member of the pin-up board of the panel frame, wherein each of the top plates has a first top plate member made of a flat member and a predetermined function. And a second top plate member on which a functional block is disposed, and a number of small holes are drilled in the legs and the panel frame. An assembling desk, characterized in that the punched board can be attached.
3. A first top plate, a second top plate in contact with the first top plate in a substantially L-shape and combined with the first top plate, and a first top plate and a second top plate. And a frame attached to the back side of the side end portion that is not in contact with each other, and a frame, the side surface of the first top plate opposite to the side where the user is located, or the first top plate. A panel frame that straddles the plate and the second top plate and is mounted in contact with a side surface opposite to the side on which the user is located, wherein the first top plate is a flat member. And a second top plate having a functional block having a predetermined function.
A top plate member, the second top plate is formed of a flat plate-like member, and a punching board having a large number of small holes can be attached to the inside of the legs and the inside of the panel frame. An assembling desk characterized in that:
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