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JP3160658U
JP3160658U JP2010002631U JP2010002631U JP3160658U JP 3160658 U JP3160658 U JP 3160658U JP 2010002631 U JP2010002631 U JP 2010002631U JP 2010002631 U JP2010002631 U JP 2010002631U JP 3160658 U JP3160658 U JP 3160658U
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研次 堀越
竹明 前田
竹明 前田
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63HTOYS, e.g. TOPS, DOLLS, HOOPS OR BUILDING BLOCKS
    • A63H1/00Tops
    • A63H1/02Tops with detachable winding devices
    • A63H1/04Tops with detachable winding devices with string or band winding devices
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63HTOYS, e.g. TOPS, DOLLS, HOOPS OR BUILDING BLOCKS
    • A63H17/00Toy vehicles, e.g. with self-drive; ; Cranes, winches or the like; Accessories therefor
    • A63H17/008Launching devices for motorless toy vehicles
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63HTOYS, e.g. TOPS, DOLLS, HOOPS OR BUILDING BLOCKS
    • A63H29/00Drive mechanisms for toys in general
    • A63H29/24Details or accessories for drive mechanisms, e.g. means for winding-up or starting toy engines

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A safe top toy launcher is provided in which a rack gear provided on a rack belt does not come into direct contact with a part of the body when the rack belt is pulled. Rotation imparting means for imparting rotation to a top toy using a rack gear and a pinion gear is provided. The rack gear 13 is formed in a long plate-like belt body 10, and the rack gear 13 projects and extends in the longitudinal direction on one surface extending in the longitudinal direction of the belt body 10. The belt body 10 is provided with a pair of protective plates 14 facing each other with the rack gear 13 provided on one surface of the belt body 10 interposed therebetween, and the protective plate 14 has a height equal to or higher than the height of the rack gear 13 in the protruding direction. Form. [Selection] Figure 2

Description

  The present invention relates to a top toy launching device, and more particularly to a top toy launching device that prevents the rack gear portion of the rack belt from directly contacting the body when the rack belt is operated.

  Conventionally, a launching device that launches a top toy by pulling a rack belt to launch the top toy has been proposed (for example, Patent Document 1). This top toy launcher is designed so that when a rack belt is inserted into the launcher and the rack belt is pulled out vigorously, the built-in drive device can be operated to fire the top toy. A rack gear like a saw tooth is formed in the direction.

JP 2003-103062 A

  The problem to be solved by the present invention is that the rack belt used in the above-described top toy launching device is provided with a rack gear like a saw tooth in the longitudinal direction. There was a risk of injury if the rack gear part touched a part of the body such as a hand when pulling out.

  This invention solves the said problem, and makes it a subject to provide the safe top toy launcher which the rack gear provided in the rack belt does not contact a part of body directly at the time of operation of a rack belt.

In order to solve the above-mentioned problem, a top toy launching apparatus according to the present invention is a top toy launching apparatus provided with rotation imparting means for imparting rotation to a top toy using a rack gear and a pinion gear. It is characterized by providing.
(A) The rack gear is formed in a long plate-like belt body, and the rack gear is extended in a longitudinal direction on one surface extending in the longitudinal direction of the belt body. A pair of protective plates facing each other in a state of sandwiching the rack gear provided on one surface of the belt body, and the protective plates are formed to have a height equal to or higher than the height of the rack gear in the protruding direction.

  In addition, it is preferable that at least one of the end portions in the direction orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of the rack gear is formed integrally with the protective plate.

  The rotation imparting means includes a rack belt having the rack gear and a rotation imparting mechanism having the pinion gear disposed on the launcher body, and the operation means is inserted into the launcher body. An insertion hole is provided, and the insertion hole and the rack belt are provided with guide means for specifying an insertion direction, and the rack gear of the rack belt inserted through the insertion hole via the guide means is rotated. It may be engaged with the pinion gear of the applying mechanism.

  The guide means includes a key and a key groove, and the insertion hole has one of a key or a key groove, and the rack belt has a key groove or a key groove corresponding to the key or the key groove of the insertion port. Preferably a key is formed.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, since the protection plates are provided on the upper and lower sides of the rack gear, the rack gear does not protrude, and it is possible to avoid the trouble that the rack gear contacts a part of the body during the operation and is injured. In addition, it is possible to realize a top toy launcher that can concentrate on the battle without worrying about that.

  According to the invention of claim 2, the strength of the rack gear can be increased by integrally forming the rack gear and the protective plate.

  According to the third aspect of the present invention, the rack belt can be inserted into the launcher main body, and the top toy can be rotated by pulling the rack belt.

  According to the invention of claim 4, the rack belt can be correctly inserted into the top toy launcher.

The perspective view which shows an example of the top toy launcher which concerns on this invention Rack belt perspective view (A)-(c) is a side view of a rack belt, an XX 'line sectional view, and a YY' line sectional view. The perspective view explaining the state which inserts a rack belt in a launcher Exploded perspective view showing the configuration of the rotation imparting mechanism (A) (b) is principal part sectional drawing explaining the relationship between the said rack belt and a launcher.

  FIG. 1 shows an example of a top toy launcher A according to the present invention. This top toy launcher A is a rotation imparting means B comprising a rotation imparting mechanism 22 and a rack belt 4 disposed in the launcher main body 2. The top toy 1 is rotated and fired on the play stand 3 so that the top toy 1 fired by the top toy launcher A can be played against other top toys on the play stand 3. Thus, the launcher body 2 is formed with an insertion hole 5 through which the rack belt 4 is inserted, and the rack belt 4 is inserted into the insertion hole 5 and then quickly pulled out to be provided in the launcher body 2. The rotation imparting mechanism 22 is actuated so that rotation can be imparted to the top toy 1.

  The rack belt 4 that constitutes one of the rotation imparting means B constitutes one of the rotation imparting means B that imparts rotation to the top toy 1, and, as shown in FIG. 2, a belt body 10 formed in the shape of a long plate, The handle 10 is attached to the rear end of the belt body 10 and serves as a clue when the rack belt 4 is pulled out. The handle portion 11 is connected to the belt body 10 via the ring 12 so that the pulling operation can be smoothly performed. However, the handle portion 11 may be formed integrally with the belt body 10.

  A rack gear 13 is formed on one surface of the belt body 10 so as to project in a sawtooth shape in the longitudinal direction, and a pair of protective plates 14 (14a, 14b) facing each other with the rack gear interposed therebetween are formed. Has been. A key 15 is formed in the longitudinal direction of the upper surface of the protection plate 14a. The key 15 is formed by a protruding edge which is one of guide means C for correctly inserting into the insertion hole 5 formed in the apparatus main body 2 described above.

  As shown in FIG. 3A, the rack gear 13 is integrally formed with the upper protection plate 14a at the end in the direction perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the rack gear, and the rack gear 13 has a lower end and a lower protection plate 14b. A predetermined space a is formed between them. The height L of the space a (distance between the lower end of the rack gear 13 and the upper surface of the protection plate 14b) L is formed to be slightly larger than the thickness of the reinforcing plate 23 of the pinion gear 20 described later. The front end of the rack gear 13 is formed flush with the protective plate 14 so as not to protrude from the protective plate 14 (see FIGS. 3B and 3C). The front end of the protection plate 14 may protrude beyond the front end of the rack gear 13.

The launching device main body 2 is a hollow box, and is formed with insertion holes 5 through which both sides of the rack belt 4 are inserted, and constitutes the other of rotation imparting means B for imparting rotational force to the top toy 1 inside. A rotation imparting mechanism 22 is disposed (see FIGS. 6A and 6B).
As shown in FIG. 4, the insertion hole 5 is provided with the other guide means C so that the rack belt 4 can be inserted correctly. This guide means C is constituted by a key groove 6 formed by a recess, and corresponds to the key 15 of the rack belt 4 which is one of the above-mentioned guide means C. If the key 15 does not correspond to the key groove 6, the rack The belt 4 cannot be inserted into the insertion hole 5. The guide means C may project into the insertion hole 5 to form a key (for example, a projecting piece), and the rack belt 4 may be provided with a key groove in the longitudinal direction corresponding to the key.

  The rotation imparting mechanism 22 includes a drive gear that includes a pinion gear 20 that meshes with the rack gear 13 of the rack belt 4 and a ratchet gear 21 that is integrally formed on the same axis as the pinion gear 20 (see FIG. 5). The ratchet gear 21 is urged by a spring 25 so that the ratchet pawl 26 is always engaged.

  The pinion gear 20 is integrally formed so as to protrude from the upper surface of the circular reinforcing plate 23 in order to increase the strength in the rotational direction.

  A shaft body 30 is formed below the drive shaft 22, the shaft body 30 is formed in a square shaft shape, and the distal end portion 30 a is formed in a columnar shape. The stabilizer 31 and the drive shaft 22 are integrally rotated by fitting into a square hole 32 formed at the center of the character-shaped stabilizer 31.

  The tip 30a of the shaft 30 is inserted into a shaft hole 41 formed at the center of the rotating body 40, and the screw 51 is screwed into the screw hole 30b formed in the tip 30a via a washer 50. The body 40 is attached to the shaft body 30 so as to rotate freely.

  A circular engagement recess 42 is formed on the upper surface of the rotating body 40, and a corrugated engagement groove 43 that engages with the stabilizer 31 is provided around the inner wall surface of the engaging recess 42. Two substantially L-shaped engagement plates 44 that engage with the top toy 1 are formed on the lower surface so as to protrude downward.

  The ratchet pawl 26 is pushed down by the rack belt 4 when the rack belt 4 is correctly inserted (from the right in the drawing of FIG. 6A), but wrongly (left in the drawing of FIG. 6B). )) When inserted, the front end of the rack belt 4 cannot be inserted into contact with the ratchet pawl 26.

  Next, a usage mode of the above-described top toy launching apparatus A will be described. First, in order to rotate the top toy 1, the top toy 1 is set on the launcher body 2. At this time, the front end of the engagement plate 44 formed on the rotating body 40 of the launcher main body 2 is engaged with an engagement hole (not shown) of the top toy 1.

  In this state, the key 15 of the rack belt 4 is made to correspond to the key groove 6 of the insertion hole 5 of the launcher body 2 and the rack belt 4 is fully inserted into the insertion hole 5 of the launcher body 2. In the state where the rack belt 4 is inserted, the ratchet pawl 26 which is a locking mechanism is pushed away by the rack belt 4 and the locked state of the ratchet gear 21 is released (see FIG. 6A). Next, when the rack belt 4 is pulled vigorously, the pinion gear 20 meshed with the rack gear 13 rotates vigorously, the rotating body 40 integrated with the pinion gear 20 rotates, and the top toy 1 also includes the rotating body 40. It will rotate vigorously in conjunction with the rotation.

  The rack belt 4 is pulled out from the launcher main body 2 (see FIG. 6B), and the meshing between the rack gear 13 and the pinion gear 20 is released, and at the same time, the ratchet pawl 26 is pushed away by the rack belt 4 so When the ratchet pawl 26 is energized and the ratchet gear 21 is locked, the rotation of the rotating body 40 is instantaneously stopped.

  Even if the rotation of the rotating body 40 stops, the top toy 1 rotates by inertia, so that the engagement plate 44 and the top toy 1 are disengaged, so that the top toy 1 detaches from the launcher body 2 while rotating vigorously. It can fall on the play stand 3 arrange | positioned below, and can be rotated on the play stand 3.

  At this time, when the rack belt 4 is pulled out from the launcher main body 2 vigorously, there is a possibility that the rack belt 4 may come into contact with a part of the body such as a player's hand. Since it is covered with the protective plate 14, the sawtooth rack gear 13 does not come into direct contact with the body, so there is no risk of injury, and there is no need to be aware of the rack gear 13 when pulling out. Can concentrate on.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Top toy 2 Launching device main body 3 Play board 4 Rack belt 5 Insertion hole 6 Key groove 10 Belt body 13 Rack gear 14 Protection plate 15 Key 20 Pinion gear 22 Rotation imparting mechanism A Top toy launching device B Rotation imparting means C Guide means

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  1. A top toy launcher comprising rotation imparting means for imparting rotation to a top toy using a rack gear and a pinion gear, the top toy launching device having the following requirements:
    (A) The rack gear is formed in a long plate-like belt body, and the rack gear is extended in a longitudinal direction on one surface extending in the longitudinal direction of the belt body. A pair of protective plates facing each other in a state of sandwiching the rack gear provided on one surface of the belt body, and the protective plates are formed to have a height equal to or higher than the height of the rack gear in the protruding direction.
  2.   The top toy launcher according to claim 1, wherein at least one of end portions of the rack gear in a direction orthogonal to the longitudinal direction is formed integrally with the protection plate.
  3. The rotation imparting means includes a rack belt provided with the rack gear and a rotation imparting mechanism provided with the pinion gear arranged in the launching device main body.
    The launcher main body is provided with an insertion hole through which the operation means is inserted, and the insertion hole and the rack belt are provided with guide means for specifying the insertion direction, and the insertion means is inserted through the guide means. The top toy launcher according to claim 1 or 2, wherein a rack gear of the rack belt inserted through the hole meshes with a pinion gear of the rotation imparting mechanism.
  4.   The guide means includes a key and a key groove. The insertion hole has one of a key or a key groove, and the rack belt has a key groove or key corresponding to the key or key groove of the insertion port. The top toy launcher according to claim 3 formed.
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