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JP3203718U
JP3203718U JP2016000443U JP2016000443U JP3203718U JP 3203718 U JP3203718 U JP 3203718U JP 2016000443 U JP2016000443 U JP 2016000443U JP 2016000443 U JP2016000443 U JP 2016000443U JP 3203718 U JP3203718 U JP 3203718U
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Provided is a highly convenient storage room capable of safely and simply storing documents temporarily. A storage 8 includes a storage 810 and a document shelf 820. The storage unit 810 includes an input port 11 for inputting documents, a storage box 14 for accumulating documents, and moving means for moving the documents input from the input port 11 to the storage box 14. Yes. The moving means moves the document by rotating the roller. The document shelf 820 includes a lock unit 830. [Selection] Figure 10

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  The present invention relates to a storage for storing documents and the like.
  In recent years, the handling of personal information has become stricter, and it has become a situation where the confidentiality of information related to personal information such as a number system has to be strengthened even within a company.
  Conventionally, documents that contain confidential documents have been mainly stored and discarded together. For example, in order to carry out confidential documents as they are and discard them, a document collection cabinet (for example, Patent Document 1) that enables paper recycling, a transport safety box (for example, Patent Document 2), and the like have been developed.
  On the other hand, a small amount of waste is generally cut with a shredder. In addition, for documents such as personal letters and articles, for example, there has been a simple post office box system for mail and parcels (for example, Patent Document 3).
Japanese Patent Laying-Open No. 2015-63393 Utility Model Registration No. 3022807 JP 2002-46828 A
  However, all of the above-mentioned patent documents mainly focus on the movement of the collected documents at the time of disposal or sending, and complicated procedures such as locking are required to use the documents in operation for temporary storage. Become. Handling confidential documents within the company is only required to have a completely isolated business environment, but it is not always possible to secure a locked room. On the other hand, in a completely isolated environment, it cannot be said that there is no inconvenience in balance with other business. Especially in small and medium-sized enterprises, the current situation is that they have to concurrently perform tasks other than these management tasks. In such a situation, there is anxiety that confidential information is exposed to the human eye and leaks, and it is a burden and burden on the person in charge.
  In recent years, a numbering system related to personal information has been adopted, and the documents that submit various numbers to the relevant ministries are particularly nervous. For small and medium-sized enterprises, they are not submitted directly to ministries and agencies. For example, they are often submitted through social insurance labor or tax accountant offices. A secure storage location must be ensured until the shredder is discarded. However, if the safe is opened and closed each time, it takes time to lock the safe. Also, if you have to suspend your work on the way, it is very dangerous to leave it in the immediate vicinity because you are busy.
  Accordingly, an object of the present invention is to provide a convenient storage that can safely and easily store documents temporarily.
  In order to solve the above problems, a storage according to the present invention includes a storage and a document shelf. The storage unit includes an input port for inputting documents, a storage box for storing the documents, a moving unit for moving the documents input from the input port to the storage box, and locking the storage box. First locking means. The document shelf includes second locking means.
  Moreover, the said storage part and the said document shelf part may be contained in the integral housing | casing.
  You may provide the backflow prevention means which prevents the backflow of the said input document.
  The backflow prevention means may be a valve that closes the paper path when the top and bottom are reversed.
  The first locking means and the second locking means are mechanical locks, and may include a key and a keyhole.
  The first lock unit and the second lock unit are electronic locks, and may be locked and unlocked by transmission / reception of information from an electronic device by wire or wireless.
  The first lock unit and the second lock unit may be electronic locks, and may be locked and unlocked by a card.
  The moving means may move the document by natural fall.
  The moving means may move the document by rotating a roller.
  The moving means may reverse the document in the course of the movement.
  A tray for accumulating documents may be provided inside the storage box.
  The document shelf may store a recording board, and the recording board may be connected to any part of the storage.
  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, the storage which can perform temporary storage of documents safely and simply can be provided.
1 is a perspective view of a storage 1 according to a first embodiment of the present invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 2 which concerns on the 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 2 which concerns on the 2nd Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 3 which concerns on the 3rd Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 3 which concerns on the 3rd Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 4 based on the 4th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 5 which concerns on the 5th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 6 concerning the 6th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 7 concerning the 7th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 8 which concerns on 8th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 9 concerning the 9th Embodiment of this invention. It is sectional drawing of the storage 10 which concerns on 10th Embodiment of this invention.
  Hereinafter, an example of a storage according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
<First Embodiment>
FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a storage 1 according to the first embodiment of the present invention. The storage 1 has a box-shaped housing 10. The housing 10 has an input slot 11 for inputting documents, and a drawer-type storage box 14 having a handle 15 is accommodated in the casing 10, and the documents are moved from the input slot 11 to the storage box 14. A moving means is provided.
  The insertion slot 11 is an opening having a size that allows a single document or a plurality of documents to be input collectively. The document is sent to the storage box 14 by moving means. In this embodiment, a guide plate 12 extending from the lower opening side of the insertion port 11 is formed as the moving means. The guide plate 12 is a plate-like member that forms a curved surface that guides a document downward. Further, a return plate 13 is provided on the front surface of the guide plate 12 as further moving means. The return plate 13 is a plate-like member that has a curved surface that is curved along the guide plate 12 and that is eventually reversed at a position facing the guide plate 12. One side of the return plate 13 is fixed to the front surface or the ceiling, and the other side is close to the back side of the storage box 14. The input document is first guided by the guide plate 12, eventually collides with the return plate 13, reversed along the curved surface, and stored in the storage box 14.
  With such a configuration, in the storage box 14, the documents loaded with the front side up are stacked on the back side, and the documents loaded with the back side up are stacked on the front side. Thereby, when the front side becomes the reverse side and the storage box is pulled out, the contents are not grasped even for the eyes. In addition, when the document is taken out from the storage box 14, the first-inserted document comes to the upper side (first-in first-out), so that the order of processing is ensured and the processing is performed in the order of insertion. Can be reduced. In addition, the guide plate 12 and the return plate 13 make it difficult to put a hand, an instrument, or the like inside, and confidentiality is maintained. Furthermore, since the moving means uses natural fall due to gravity, it does not require electricity and can be used anywhere.
  Here, the storage box 14 can be locked by a key hole 16 and a key 17 as locking means. Although shown here as a general opening / closing lock such as a cylinder lock, it is not limited to this as long as it can be locked. For example, a card key such as a magnetic card or an IC card, a digital lock using USB, infrared light, or the like may be used.
  Further, the handle 15 is not limited to a rod shape as illustrated, and may be a hole shape or the like. For example, the amount of accumulated documents can be confirmed by using a through hole.
  Further, a guide plate for guiding the document may be provided outside the input port 11 in order to make it easier to guide the document. Further, the size and the installation position of the insertion slot 11 are arbitrary, and can be freely set in consideration of the size of the document. For example, the insertion port 11 may be provided on the upper surface of the housing 10 and the document may be placed vertically or obliquely.
  The housing 10 and the storage box 14 can be formed of metal, resin, wood, or the like. Moreover, you may comprise so that it can move by providing the roller 18 in the housing | casing 10. FIG. Thereby, it can be easily moved under a desk, for example.
  Furthermore, you may comprise so that the storage box 14 can be pulled out from a side surface. In that case, since the drawer opening can be made larger, it becomes easier to eliminate paper jams and repair.
<Second Embodiment>
Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described. Hereinafter, components having the same configurations as those of the above-described embodiment are denoted by the same reference numerals, and detailed description thereof is omitted.
  2 and 3 are cross-sectional views of the storage 2 according to the second embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the storage 2 according to the second embodiment of the present invention is different from the first embodiment in that the storage box 24 is a rotary type.
  The storage box 24 has a rotation mechanism 23. The rotation mechanism 23 is formed by, for example, a rotation shaft that is provided on the upper side of the front side and is supported and fixed at both ends of the housing 10. The storage box 24 is rotatably installed in the housing 10 with such a rotation axis as a rotation center.
  The storage box 24 is locked and held by the rotation lock mechanism 25 in a state where the back side is lifted and the front side is inclined downward. The rotation lock mechanism 25 is formed by, for example, a convex lock pin provided with a coil spring. As shown in FIG. 2, such a lock pin automatically locks when the back side of the storage box 24 is pulled up. Further, the lock is released by pressing the lock pin from the outside of the housing 10, and the storage box 24 becomes horizontal as shown in FIG. The storage box 24 returned to the horizontal position can be easily pulled out by sliding on the rail 26 when the handle 15 is pulled.
  With such a configuration, the storage 2 according to the present embodiment can automatically align the leading ends of documents in the storage box 24. Further, since the storage box 24 itself is tilted, the document falling from the return plate 13 is not easily broken and is not easily jammed.
  In addition, by providing the slit 22, it is possible to know the accumulated amount of documents visually from the outside. The slit 22 is not necessarily a through hole. For example, the safety is further increased by using a window to which a plate made of transparent resin or the like is attached.
  Further, by providing a lid 26 that rotates together with the storage box 24, documents are not spilled from the storage box when tilted. The lid 26 is held in the housing 10 and remains in the housing 10 when the storage box 24 is taken out.
  Furthermore, when the storage 4 is turned upside down, by providing a backflow prevention means for blocking the document guide path, even when the storage 4 is turned upside down, the document flows back and the inlet 11 Can be prevented from being taken out from. For example, by providing a backflow prevention valve 21 as shown in FIG. 2 at the lower end of the guide plate 12, the valve rotates to close the space between the guide plate 12 and the return plate 13 when turned upside down. The path of the document from 24 is obstructed and unauthorized removal is prevented.
<Third Embodiment>
Next, a third embodiment of the present invention will be described.
  4 and 5 are cross-sectional views of the storage 3 according to the third embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the storage 3 according to the third embodiment of the present invention is different from the second embodiment in that the direction of the document is not reversed by the moving means.
  As shown in FIG. 4, the return plate 33 is shorter than that of the above embodiment, and the curved surface does not reverse. Therefore, the document is not inverted and is stored in the storage box 34 in which one side is lifted.
  In addition, as shown in FIG. 5, the housing 30 is provided with an opening / closing door 31 on the side opposite to the insertion port. The storage box 34 can be accommodated in the housing 30 up to the handle 15 when returned to the horizontal position, and can be taken out by opening the open / close door 31.
  With such a configuration, the storage 3 according to the present embodiment has no risk of clogging because the document falls without being inverted. In addition, since a document input from the front side can be taken out from the back side, it is possible to perform business in consideration of privacy especially in a face-to-face layout.
<Fourth Embodiment>
Next, a fourth embodiment of the present invention will be described.
  FIG. 6 is a sectional view of the storage 4 according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 6, the storage 4 according to the fourth embodiment of the present invention is different from the above-described embodiments in that it is electrically driven.
  The storage 4 includes a power source (not shown) in the housing 40, a closing sensor 47 connected to the power source, a storage sensor 48, an electronic lock 49 as a locking means, a roller group 46 as a moving means, and these. And a control unit 150 that performs overall control.
  In addition, the storage 4 has a guide 42 that is open on both sides in the housing 40 as a further moving means. In the guide 42, one opening forms a loading slot 41, and when a document is loaded into the loading slot 41, the loading sensor 47 detects this. For the input sensor 47, for example, an optical sensor or the like can be used.
  When the input sensor 47 detects the input of a document, the control unit 150 operates a pair of upper and lower rollers constituting the roller group 46. Each roller rotates in a direction to sandwich the document, draws the document into the housing 40 from the other opening of the guide 42, and sends it to the return plate 43. When the document passes and the input sensor 47 is not detected, the control unit 150 stops the roller group 46.
  In addition, a monitoring sensor for monitoring the passage of documents may be provided after the roller group 46. Further, the control unit 150 may automatically stop the roller group 46 after a certain time from the start of rotation.
  In addition, the roller group 46 can be provided with a shaft at the center of a cylindrical shape such as rubber. The roller and the roller may be interlocked with each other by a gear. Furthermore, it is good also as a shape which contacts a document partially as a shape which provided the ring-shaped strip | belt in the cylindrical surface of a roller.
  The return plate 43 inverts the document sent from the roller group 46 and sends it to the storage box 44. Documents accumulated in the storage box 44 are monitored by an accumulation sensor 48. When the accumulation sensor 48 senses that a certain amount of documents has been accumulated, the control unit 150 causes notification means (not shown) to perform notification. Examples of the notification means include a notification lamp and a notification sound speaker. Further, the control unit 150 may be configured not to operate the closing sensor 47 and the roller group 46 unless the sensing of the accumulation sensor is canceled and the sensor is not in a non-sensing state.
  The electronic lock 49 is an electronic lock, and can be opened and closed by transmitting it by wired or wireless transmission from an auxiliary storage device such as a USB memory or an electronic device such as a PC, tablet, or smartphone. It should be noted that the configuration may be such that it is canceled by a magnetic card, IC card, release code, password, or the like. Further, the storage box may automatically jump forward with the release by an electromagnetic solenoid or a motor.
  With such a configuration, the storage 4 according to the present embodiment has a document sandwiched between the roller groups 46 and is pulled into the interior, so there is no risk of backflow or dropping inside. Further, by providing the accumulation sensor 48, accumulation of documents can be confirmed at a glance. Furthermore, there is no possibility of picking by using the electronic lock.
  In addition, it is also possible to provide the roller group 46 in a non-electric storage. In that case, for example, the roller may be manually rotated by a crank or the like, and the document may be manually pulled into the interior.
<Fifth Embodiment>
Next, a fifth embodiment of the present invention will be described.
  FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view of the storage 5 according to the fifth embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 7, the storage 5 according to the fifth embodiment of the present invention is different from the fourth embodiment in that the function of the return plate 43 is realized by the roller group 55 and the roller group 56. Different.
  Specifically, the storage 5 has a guide plate 52 having a passage sensor 51 as a further moving means, a roller group 55, and a roller group 56 at a subsequent stage of the roller group 46 in the housing 50. . The document drawn by the roller group 46 passes between a pair of upper and lower guide plates 52, and the passage sensor 51 senses the document. When the passage sensor 51 is in the sensing state, the control unit 160 operates the roller group 55 and the roller group 56. Further, the control unit 160 may be configured not to operate the closing sensor 47 and the roller group 46 unless the detection of the passage sensor is canceled and the sensor is not in the non-detection state. As a result, there are no overlaps due to continuous throwing of documents, back and forth of the order, or twisting or clogging. Note that while the passage sensor 51 is in the sensing state, the control unit 160 may cause the notification unit to notify that it cannot be inserted.
  The documents sent from the roller group 55 are reversed by the roller group 56 and sent to the storage box 44. Note that the number of roller groups is not necessarily limited to this, and the configuration may be such that documents are sent by two or less roller groups or three or more roller groups. Also, it is not always necessary to invert the document.
  Also, here, each roller group is a combination of large and small rollers, but any size can be combined depending on its position and function.
  With such a configuration, in the storage 5 of this embodiment, the documents are reliably reversed by the plurality of roller groups and are stored in the storage box 44. Moreover, it is also possible to prevent clogging by suppressing continuous throwing.
<Sixth Embodiment>
Next, a sixth embodiment of the present invention will be described.
  FIG. 8 is a cross-sectional view of the storage 6 according to the sixth embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 8, the storage 6 according to the sixth embodiment of the present invention is different from the fourth embodiment in that it has two storages in one housing 60.
  The storage 6 has two storage mechanisms at the top and bottom, and the documents drawn by the roller group 46 are dropped as they are and accumulated in the storage box 44. A tray 62 is placed on the storage box 44, and the entire tray 62 can be removed from the storage box 44.
  The tray 62 can be formed of, for example, a plastic resin, and it is desirable that the inside of the tray 62 is configured with a smooth curve so that the slip of the document is good. In addition, here, it is assumed that the document take-out side (left side in FIG. 8) is configured by a curved plate surface that can be used as a handle. It should be noted that a hole or recess for inserting a finger may be provided, and if a similar handle is provided on one side of the opposite side, it can be easily carried. By providing such a tray 62, it is possible to take out a document without pulling out the entire storage box 44.
  In addition, a document guide 61 is provided at the insertion port 63, and a document can be placed on the insertion port 63 and inserted into the roller group 46.
  In addition, although the electronic lock 49 is provided in each, it is good also as a structure which can open and close each independently, and to open and close both interlockingly. Moreover, both do not necessarily need to be electronic locks, and one of them may be a lock with a keyhole and a key.
  With such a configuration, the storage 6 of this embodiment can separate and store documents by forming two storages in one housing 60. For example, the prepared document is stored in the upper part, and the discarded document is stored in the lower part. In addition, since it is possible to release the locks separately, errors can be reduced.
<Seventh Embodiment>
Next, a seventh embodiment of the present invention will be described.
FIG. 9 is a cross-sectional view of the storage 7 according to the seventh embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 9, the storage 7 according to the seventh embodiment of the present invention is different from the above-described embodiment in that it is combined with a shredder.
  As shown in FIG. 9, the storage 7 includes a storage 710 and a shredder 720.
  The shredder unit 720 pulls the input document into the housing 70 with the roller group 71, cuts it with the cutting blade 72, and stores it in the cut paper storage tray 73. The storage unit 710 has the same configuration as each storage unit included in the above-described storage unit 6. Here, the number of storages is one, but a configuration including a plurality of storages such as the storage 6 may be adopted.
  With such a configuration, the storage 7 of this embodiment uses the storage unit 710 for stored documents and uses the shredder unit 720 for discarded documents, so that any document is processed on the spot without temporarily placing it. Is possible. As a result, safe and efficient processing can be performed.
  The embodiment of the present invention has been described above. In addition, said embodiment intends to illustrate the summary of this invention, and does not limit this invention. Various further modifications are possible within the scope of the technical idea of the present invention.
  For example, a separate door with a key may be provided at a position where the storage box cannot be accessed for the purpose of maintenance, inspection, repair or the like.
  Moreover, it is not always necessary to sandwich a document between each roller in a pair. For example, the document on the plate may be pressed by one roller and moved.
<Eighth Embodiment>
Next, an eighth embodiment of the present invention will be described.
  FIG. 10 is a schematic view of the storage 8 according to the eighth embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 10, the storage 8 according to the eighth embodiment of the present invention is different from the above embodiment in that it is combined with a lockable document shelf.
As illustrated in FIG. 10, the storage 8 includes a storage 810 having a function of any storage in the above-described embodiment, and a lockable document shelf 820. These can be configured to be included in an integral housing.
The document shelf 820 is provided with a shelf 825 inside, and each shelf has paper documents; ID cards such as employee ID cards, insurance cards, and automobile licenses; storage devices such as memory cards and SD cards ; Precious items such as cash and credit cards can be kept confidential.
The document shelf 820 is provided with a door 827 that can be opened and closed by a hinge mechanism 827 a and can be locked by a key of the lock unit 830.
The mechanism of the lock portion 830 is not particularly limited as long as the lock portion 830 can be locked so that the door 827 does not open. For example, a mechanical lock with a key and keyhole
  The lock unit 812 of the storage unit 810 and the lock unit 830 of the document shelf unit 820 may be electrically controlled. The opening and closing of the lock may be controlled by receiving a signal from the control device wirelessly or by wire. It may be unlocked by a card key. When the control device reads the ID stored in the card key, the control device transmits a signal for unlocking the lock unit, and receives the signal to unlock the lock unit. The lock units 812 and 830 may be connected to a PC (personal computer).
  And lock part 810,812 can be unlocked by operation from PC. For example, a password for unlocking the storage 810 and the document shelf 820 is received from the user, and if the authentication is successful, an unlock command for locking is transmitted to the lock units 812 and 830. When receiving the unlocking command, the lock units 812 and 830 start the unlocking operation, release the lock, and unlock the lock.
According to this embodiment, in addition to the function of the above-mentioned storage, a simple document shelf is combined, so that an SD card storing confidential information can be easily stored in a confidential state. Like the storage 9 shown in FIG. 11 which is the ninth embodiment, the door of the document shelf 820 may be a sliding door 828 provided with a lock portion 830a. If it is the sliding door 828, even if it opens, it does not occupy the front space, but becomes a storehouse which can be installed in a narrow space.
Moreover, like the storage 10 shown in FIG. 12 which is the tenth embodiment, the document shelf 820 may include a drawer 932 including a lock portion 930 that can be locked. Similarly to the lock unit described above, the lock unit 930 can be unlocked by a card key or a connected PC by wireless or wired.
The drawer 932 can store a recording board 912 that records confidential information. The recording board 912 may be a sheet on which a sheet of paper is affixed, or may be a sheet of paper such as a notebook. Confidential information is recorded on this paper. The recording board 912 is connected to the housing portion or the drawer portion of the storage by a wire or the like that is not easily cut, and can be taken out but cannot be taken out.
With such a configuration, it is possible to allow a business person with access right to copy confidential information to another document and prevent it from being taken out easily.
  There are times when you want to leave confidential documents temporarily between jobs, but it's cumbersome to get into a safe every time. Since the storage of the present embodiment has a simple configuration and can be reduced in size, it is possible to install one storage for each person in charge or for each group of a plurality of people. And it is easy to make a confidential document into a confidential state temporarily between work.
  Furthermore, each embodiment and modification can be freely combined. For example, the storage may include a storage unit, a shredder unit, and a document shelf. These functional units may be formed so as to be included in an integral casing.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7: Storage, 10: Housing, 11: Slot, 12: Guide plate, 13: Return plate, 14: Storage box, 15: Handle, 16: Key hole, 17: Key, 18: Roller, 21: Fall prevention valve, 22: Slit, 23: Rotation mechanism, 24: Storage box, 25: Rotation lock mechanism, 26: Rail, 26: Lid, 30: Housing, 31: Open / close Door: 33: Return plate, 34: Storage box, 40: Housing, 41: Input port, 42: Guide, 43: Return plate, 44: Storage box, 46: Roller group, 47: Input sensor, 48: Accumulation sensor 49: electronic lock, 50: housing, 51: passage sensor, 52: guide plate, 55: roller group, 56: roller group, 60: housing, 61: document guide, 62: tray, 63: slot, 70: housing, 71: roller group, 710: storage unit, 72: cutting blade, 20: shredder unit, 73: cut paper storage tray, 150: control unit, 160: control unit, file cabinet 820, record board 912.

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  1. A slot for loading documents; a storage box for storing the documents; a moving means for moving the documents loaded from the slot to the storage box; and a first lock for locking the storage box A storage unit having means;
    A document shelf provided with a second locking means;
    A vault characterized by having.
  2. The storage according to claim 1,
    The storage unit and the document shelf unit are included in an integral casing.
  3. The storage according to claim 1 or 2,
    A storage facility comprising backflow prevention means for preventing backflow of the input documents.
  4. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 3,
    The storage unit characterized in that the backflow prevention means is a valve that closes a document path when the top and bottom are reversed.
  5. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The first lock means and the second lock means are mechanical locks, and each have a key and a keyhole.
  6. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The first lock means and the second lock means are electronic locks,
    A vault that can be locked and unlocked by sending and receiving information from an electronic device by wire or wireless.
  7. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 4,
    The first lock means and the second lock means are electronic locks,
    A vault that can be locked and unlocked by card.
  8. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 7,
    The said storage means moves a document by natural fall, The storage characterized by the above-mentioned.
  9. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 8,
    The said storage means moves a document by rotation of a roller.
  10. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 9,
    The said storage means reverses a document in the process of the movement, The storage characterized by the above-mentioned.
  11. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 10,
    A storage box comprising a tray for storing documents inside the storage box.
  12. The storage according to any one of claims 1 to 11,
    The document shelf stores a recording board, and the recording board is connected to any part of the storage.
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