JP4105887B2 - Car trim mounting structure - Google Patents

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JP4105887B2
JP4105887B2 JP2002114151A JP2002114151A JP4105887B2 JP 4105887 B2 JP4105887 B2 JP 4105887B2 JP 2002114151 A JP2002114151 A JP 2002114151A JP 2002114151 A JP2002114151 A JP 2002114151A JP 4105887 B2 JP4105887 B2 JP 4105887B2
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[0001]
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
The present invention relates to a structure for attaching an automobile trim to an automobile body using a clip.
[0002]
[Prior art]
As disclosed in Japanese Patent Application Laid-Open No. 2000-85355, a plurality of clips are used when fixing a door trim (automobile trim) of an automobile to an inner panel of a door body (automobile body). This clip is formed by arranging a first collar, neck, third collar, and head in this order. The door trim is attached to the inner panel by attaching the clip to a pedestal provided in the trim, bringing the trim close to the inner panel in this attached state, and inserting the head of the clip into the mounting hole of the inner panel.
[0003]
A structure for mounting the clip to the base will be described. The pedestal includes a support plate portion that is separated from the door trim and substantially parallel to the door trim, and a leg portion that supports the support plate portion on the door trim. The support plate portion is formed with a support slit that is open at one end and serves as an insertion port. The support slit includes an insertion resistance portion having a width smaller than the diameter of the neck portion of the clip, and a circular accommodating portion positioned at the back of the insertion resistance portion. The diameter of the accommodating portion is equal to or larger than the diameter of the clip neck.
[0004]
The neck portion of the clip is accommodated in the accommodating portion through the insertion resistance portion of the support slit. In addition, when this neck part passes an insertion resistance part, it is necessary to apply force to a clip and to spread an insertion resistance part. In this clip mounting state, the first and second flanges sandwich the support plate portion of the base.
[0005]
[Problems to be solved by the invention]
The neck portion of the clip is accommodated in the accommodating portion of the support slit, and usually does not fall off from the insertion opening due to the insertion resistance at the insertion resistance portion.
However, when the door trim is transported with a pallet or the like with the clip attached to the base of the door trim, if the clip is caught on something and a strong force is applied, it may fall off the base through the insertion resistance part. It was. Further, even in the process of attaching the door trim to the inner panel, the clip may fall off the pedestal due to being caught on the edge of the inner panel.
Increasing the width of the insertion resistance part to improve the clip installation work increases the possibility of dropout proportionally, and reducing the insertion resistance part width to reduce the possibility of removal There was a dilemma that the workability of time deteriorated.
[0006]
[Means for Solving the Problems]
The present invention comprises a pedestal provided on an automobile trim and a clip attached to the pedestal, and the clip is inserted into an attachment hole of the automobile body to attach the automobile trim to the automobile body.
The clip is formed by sequentially arranging a first collar part, a neck part, a second collar part, and a head part inserted into the attachment hole,
The pedestal includes a support plate portion formed with a support slit having one end opened as an insertion port, a leg portion for supporting the support plate portion on the door trim, and the support slit portion being inserted away from the support plate portion. A claw portion disposed near the mouth,
The neck portion of the clip is inserted from the insertion opening of the support slit and is located at the back of the support slit, the first flange portion and the second flange portion sandwich the support plate portion, and the head portion is the support plate portion. Protruding from the
The claw portion is moved away from the support plate portion by the elastic deformation of the claw portion and / or a portion supporting the claw portion when the clip is pushed by the first collar when inserting the clip into the support slit of the neck portion. In a state where the neck portion is allowed to enter and the neck portion of the clip is located at the back of the support slit, the first hook portion of the clip is locked to the insertion opening of the clip. It is characterized by preventing the movement of.
[0007]
According to the said structure, since the 1st collar part of a clip is latched by a nail | claw part, the drop-off | omission from the base of a clip can be prevented reliably.
[0008]
Preferably, the pedestal includes an elongated bridge portion that is parallel to the support plate portion as a portion that supports the claw portion, the claw portion is formed at a central portion of the bridge portion, and the first flange portion of the clip When the claw part is pushed, the claw part is displaced with elastic deformation of the bridge part. According to this structure, the resistance at the time of the 1st collar part of a clip exceeding a nail | claw part can be reduced.
[0009]
In one aspect, the leg portion of the pedestal is provided as a substantially U-shaped peripheral wall continuous to the periphery of the support plate portion, and a side opening of the peripheral wall is connected to an insertion port of the support slit, and the bridge portion Is formed so as to extend over both ends of the peripheral wall on the side opening side. According to this structure, a leg part with high support strength can be provided by the U-shaped peripheral wall, and a bridge part can be secured.
[0010]
In another aspect, the leg portion of the pedestal is provided as a peripheral wall continuous to the periphery of the support plate portion, and the peripheral wall has a notch formed at a position corresponding to the insertion opening of the support slit. An auxiliary slit is formed on the trim side in parallel with the support plate portion, and a portion between the notch and the auxiliary slit is provided as the bridge portion. According to this structure, even if the surrounding wall used as a leg part is high, a bridge part is securable by forming an auxiliary slit.
[0011]
Preferably, the claw portion has an inclined guide surface on the clip insertion side, and a locking surface on the back side of the support slit that is substantially orthogonal to the support plate portion and substantially orthogonal to the clip insertion direction. According to this configuration, the resistance when the first collar portion of the clip gets over the claw portion is reduced by the guide surface, and the first collar portion can be more reliably locked by the locking surface.
[0012]
Preferably, the support slit includes an insertion resistance portion having a width smaller than a diameter of the neck portion of the clip, and a circular accommodating portion positioned at the back of the insertion resistance portion and having a diameter equal to or larger than the diameter of the neck portion of the clip. Including. According to this configuration, the clip can be prevented from falling off from the pedestal more reliably by the insertion resistance at the insertion resistance portion of the neck portion and the locking of the first collar portion at the claw portion. Can do.
[0013]
Preferably, the insertion resistance portion extends linearly by a predetermined length, and the claw portion has a center of the neck portion of the clip from a boundary between the insertion resistance portion and the accommodating portion when the first collar portion of the clip is locked. It is arranged to be located in the back. According to this configuration, when the force applied to the clip is released with the first collar portion of the clip locked to the claw portion, the boundary between the insertion resistance portion and the accommodation portion accommodates the neck portion of the clip. The clip can be pushed back to the original mounting position.
[0014]
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
Hereinafter, a first embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. As shown in FIG. 1, a resin door trim 1 (automobile trim) is attached to an inner panel 2 made of a thin metal plate of a door main body (automobile main body). In this attachment, a plurality of clips 10 are used. The clip 10 is attached to the back surface of the door trim 1 via the pedestal 20 and protrudes from the back surface of the door trim 1. The door trim 1 is attached by bringing the door trim 1 fitted with the clip 10 close to the inner panel 2 and inserting the clip 10 into the mounting hole 2 a of the inner panel 2.
[0015]
The clip 10 is made of a resin molded product, and has a first collar part 11, a neck part 12, a second collar part 13, and a head part 14 on the same axis as shown in FIG. The 1st collar part 11 has comprised the disk shape. The neck 12 has a short cylindrical shape. The 2nd collar part 13 is divided into two disk parts 13a and 13b, and each is thin toward the periphery. The head portion 14 has a base portion 14a adjacent to the disk portion 13b of the second flange portion 13 having a small diameter, the diameter suddenly increases toward the tip end to become the maximum diameter portion 14b, and then tapers toward the tip end. Yes.
[0016]
The pedestal 20 is made of a resin molded product and is separate from the door trim 1. The clip 10 is made of a resin harder than the base 20. The pedestal 20 includes a support plate portion 21 whose outer peripheral edge is U-shaped, a peripheral wall 22 (leg portion), and a pair of fixed piece portions 23. The peripheral wall 22 has a U-shaped cross section and is formed low, and one end thereof is connected to the outer peripheral edge of the support plate portion 21. On both sides of the other end of the peripheral wall 22, the pair of fixed piece portions 23 project in parallel with the support plate portion 21. Holes 23 a are formed in these fixed pieces 23.
[0017]
The support plate portion 21 has a support slit 25. One end of the support slit 25 is opened to form an insertion port 25x. The insertion port 25x is continuous with the side opening 22a of the peripheral wall 22. The support slit 25 has a guide portion 25a, an insertion resistance portion 25b, and a housing portion 25c in order from the insertion port 25x toward the back. The insertion resistance portion 25b extends in a straight line with a predetermined width for a predetermined distance, and this width is smaller than the diameter of the neck portion 12 of the clip 10. The width of the guide portion 25a increases from the insertion resistance portion 25b toward the insertion port 25x. The accommodating portion 25c has a circular shape, and the diameter thereof is equal to or larger than the diameter of the neck portion 12 of the clip 10.
[0018]
Bridge portions 27 that are elongated and linearly extend over both ends of the peripheral wall 22 located at the side openings 22a. The bridge portion 27 is separated from the support plate portion 21 toward the trim 1 and is parallel to the support plate portion 21. A claw portion 28 is formed at the center of the bridge portion 27. The claw portion 28 is located in the vicinity of the insertion opening 25x of the support slit 25 and protrudes toward the housing portion 25c. The claw portion 28 has a guide surface 28 a on the insertion opening 25 x side, and a locking surface 28 b on the back side of the support slit 25. The guide surface 28 a is inclined so as to approach the support plate portion 21 toward the back of the support slit 25. The locking surface 28b is substantially orthogonal to the support plate portion 24 and substantially orthogonal to the extending direction of the support slit 25 (insertion direction of the clip 10 described later). The edge 28x of the claw portion 28 where the guide surface 28a and the locking surface 28b intersect is located on the same plane as the back surface of the support plate portion 24 or in the vicinity thereof.
[0019]
In the above configuration, the base 20 is fixed to the door trim 1 in advance. More specifically, a boss portion (not shown) protrudes from the door trim 1, the fixing piece portion 23 is applied to the door trim 1 so that the fixing hole 23 a of the base 20 is fitted to the boss portion, and the tip of the boss portion. The part is melt-cured. The pedestal 20 may be fixed by means such as screws or rivets. Thus, the pedestal 20 is fixed in a state in which the fixing pieces 23 at both ends thereof are in contact with the door trim 1, but the central portion of the pedestal 20 corresponds to a recess (not shown) of the door trim 1, and the bridge The part 27 floats from the door trim 1.
[0020]
The clip 10 is mounted on the pedestal 20 as follows. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the clip 10 is positioned so that the support plate portion 24 of the pedestal 20 enters between the flange portions 11 and 12, and the neck portion 12 is inserted into the insertion opening 25 x of the support slit 25. In this state, the clip 10 is advanced to the back of the support slit 25.
[0021]
The clip 10 is prevented from entering when the first collar 11 hits the guide surface 28a of the claw 28 before the neck 12 reaches the insertion opening 25x. The operator holds the head 14 of the clip 10 and advances it toward the back of the support slit 25 while pressing the clip 10 against the claw portion 28. Then, the bridge portion 27 supporting the claw portion 28 is elastically deformed and curved, and the claw portion 28 is displaced toward the trim 1 side. As a result, the clip 10 is allowed to enter the back. In the present embodiment, since the displacement of the claw portion 28 is performed based on the elastic deformation of the elongated bridge portion 27, the force applied to the clip 10 can be reduced. Further, in this embodiment, the claw portion 28 has an inclined guide surface 28a, and the first hook portion 11 slides on the guide surface 28a, so that the force in the insertion direction of the clip 10 is pushed down to the claw portion 28. Since the nail | claw part 28 is displaced by converting into force, the force provided to the clip 10 can be made small also from this point.
[0022]
When the clip 10 is advanced to the back, the first collar portion 11 eventually climbs onto the claw portion 28 and the lower surface of the first collar portion 11 is in contact with the edge 28x of the claw portion 28. When the clip 10 is further advanced in this state, the neck portion 12 reaches the insertion resistance portion 25 b of the support slit 25. When the clip 10 is further pushed in, the neck portion 12 advances to the back while elastically pushing the insertion resistance portion 25b. Since the vicinity of the insertion opening 25x of the support slit 25 is a wide guide portion 25a, the neck portion 12 of the clip 10 can accurately reach the insertion resistance portion 25b.
[0023]
As shown in FIG. 5, when the center O of the neck portion 12 passes the insertion resistance portion 25b, the boundary P between the insertion resistance portion 25b and the accommodating portion 25c hits the arc surface of the neck portion 12, and the elastic restoring force of the insertion resistance portion 25b. Is the force that pushes the neck 12 back through the border P. Due to the operator's pushing force applied to the clip 10 and the elastic restoring force of the insertion resistance portion 25b, the neck portion 12 reaches the accommodating portion 25c as shown by an imaginary line in FIGS. In this way, the mounting of the clip 10 to the base 20 is completed. When the mounting is completed, the insertion resistance portion 25b has returned to the original width.
[0024]
As described above, the boundary P hits the circular arc surface of the neck portion 12, and the neck portion 12 is moved to the back by receiving the elastic restoring force of the insertion resistance portion 25 b. The contact state is released, the bridge portion 27 is elastically restored as shown in FIG. 4, and the claw portion 28 returns to the original position.
[0025]
In the mounting state of the clip 10 as described above, since the neck portion 12 of the clip 10 is blocked by the narrow insertion resistance portion 25b, the clip 10 is prevented from falling off as in the conventional structure. However, when the clip 10 is caught by something during transportation or attachment to the inner panel 2, the neck portion 12 of the clip 10 receives a strong force sufficient to come out of the insertion resistance portion 25b. However, since the claw portion 28 is disposed on the path of the first flange portion 11 when the clip 10 escapes, and the first flange portion 11 is locked to the claw portion 28, the clip 10 can be removed. It can be reliably prevented. In addition, since the first flange 11 hits the locking surface 28b of the claw 28 that is substantially orthogonal to the insertion direction of the clip 10 and the support plate 21, it can be more reliably prevented from coming out.
[0026]
In a state where the first flange portion 11 of the clip 10 is locked to the claw portion 28, as shown in FIG. 5, a part of the neck portion 12 enters the insertion resistance portion 25b and the insertion resistance portion 25b is expanded. However, the center O of the neck portion 12 is still located in the housing portion 25 c, and the boundary P between the insertion resistance portion 25 b and the housing portion 25 c hits the arc surface of the neck portion 12. Therefore, when the force in the escape direction from the clip 10 is released, the elastic restoring force of the insertion resistance portion 25b acts on the neck portion 12 through the boundary P, and the neck portion 12 naturally returns to the receiving hole 25. it can.
[0027]
Returning to FIG. 1, the diameter of the mounting hole 2 a of the inner panel 2 is smaller than the maximum diameter portion 14 b of the head portion 14 of the clip 10 and equal to the diameter of the base portion 14 a of the head portion 14. When the door trim 1 is attached to the inner panel 2, when the head portion 14 of the clip 10 is press-fitted into the attachment hole 2a of the inner panel 2, the periphery of the attachment hole 2a of the inner panel 2 fits into the base portion 14a.
In some of the plurality of, for example, nine bases 20 fixed to the door trim, in order to install the door trim 1 at the reference position, the diameter of the receiving portion 25c of the support slit 25 is equal to the diameter of the neck portion 12 of the clip 10, and the clip 10 is I support without play. In the other base 20, the diameter of the accommodating portion 25c of the support slit 25 is larger than the diameter of the neck portion 12 of the clip 10, and the clip 10 is supported via backlash.
[0028]
Next, a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. In this embodiment, the pedestal 30 is formed integrally with the door trim 1. The height of the pedestal 30 is higher than the pedestal 20 of the first embodiment. The pedestal 30 includes a support plate portion 31 and a peripheral wall 32 (leg portion) having a substantially U-shaped cross section. One end of the peripheral wall 32 is connected to the outer peripheral edge of the support plate portion 31, and the other end is connected to the door trim 1. A reinforcing plate portion 33 is formed on the inner periphery of the peripheral wall 32. The reinforcing plate portion 33 is disposed between the support plate portion 31 and the door trim 1 and is parallel to the support plate portion 31.
[0029]
A cutout 34 is formed at the end of the peripheral wall 32 on the side of the support plate 31 on the side opposite to the side opening. A support slit 25 similar to that of the first embodiment is formed in the support plate portion 31, and the insertion opening 25 x is continuous with the notch 34. Since each part of the support slit 25 has the same shape and function as in the first embodiment, the same reference numerals are given in the drawing and detailed description thereof is omitted. An auxiliary slit 35 is formed in the vicinity of the notch 34 in parallel with the support plate portion 31. A portion between the notch 34 and the auxiliary slit 35 is provided as a bridge portion 37. The bridge portion 37 extends while being curved and is parallel to the support plate portion 31.
[0030]
A claw portion 38 is formed at the center of the bridge portion 37. The claw portion 38 has the same guide surface 38a and locking surface 38b as in the first embodiment. In the illustrated example, the diameter of the accommodating portion 25c of the support slit 25 is equal to the diameter of the neck portion 12 of the clip 10, and the clip 10 is mounted on the pedestal 20 without play.
In the present embodiment, when the claw portion 38 is formed on the high peripheral wall 32, the bridge portion 37 is secured by forming the auxiliary slit 35, thereby facilitating the displacement of the claw portion 38 when the clip 10 is attached. . Since the operation of the claw portion 38 is the same as that of the first embodiment, the detailed description thereof is omitted.
[0031]
The present invention can be applied to an automobile trim mounting structure such as a pillar trim in addition to a door trim. It is not necessary to provide the insertion resistance portion in the support slit.
In 1st Embodiment, after attaching a clip to a base, you may fix a base to a motor vehicle trim.
In the first and second embodiments, the displacement of the claw portion is obtained by elastic deformation of the bridge portion, but the claw portion may bear part of the elastic deformation. When the bridge portion is not formed, most of the elastic deformation may be carried by the claw portion.
[0032]
【The invention's effect】
As described above, according to the present invention, it is possible to reliably prevent the clip from falling off the base in the automobile trim mounting structure.
[Brief description of the drawings]
FIG. 1 is a partial cross-sectional view of a state immediately before a door trim is attached to an inner panel of a door body using an attachment structure according to a first embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a perspective view of a pedestal having the same mounting structure.
FIG. 3 is a plan view showing a partial cross-section of a state immediately before mounting a clip on a pedestal in the mounting structure.
4 is a cross-sectional view taken along line IV-IV in FIG.
FIG. 5 is an enlarged plan view showing the positional relationship between the clip and the support slit when the first collar part of the clip gets over the claw part or when the first collar part is locked to the claw part.
FIG. 6 is a perspective view of a mounting base of a mounting structure according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 7 is a plan view of the pedestal.
8 is a cross-sectional view taken along line VIII-VIII in FIG.
[Explanation of symbols]
1 Door trim (automobile trim)
2 Inner panel (car body)
2a Mounting hole 10 Clip 11 1st collar part 12 Neck part 13 2nd collar part 14 Head 20, 30 Base 21, 31 Support plate part 22, 32 Perimeter wall (leg part)
25 Support slit 25x Insert port 25b Insertion resistance part 25c Housing part 27, 37 Bridge part 28, 38 Claw part 28a, 38a Guide surface 28b, 38b Locking surface 35 Auxiliary slit

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  1. In a structure for mounting the automobile trim to the automobile body by including a pedestal provided on the automobile trim and a clip attached to the pedestal, and inserting the clip into the mounting hole of the automobile body.
    The clip is formed by sequentially arranging a first collar part, a neck part, a second collar part, and a head part inserted into the attachment hole,
    The pedestal includes a support plate portion formed with a support slit having one end opened as an insertion port, a leg portion that supports the support plate portion on the door trim, and both ends supported by the leg portion and the support. An elongated bridge portion that is arranged so as to cross the vicinity of the insertion port of the support slit in parallel with the support plate portion away from the plate portion, and the support slit that is formed at the center portion of the bridge portion and separated from the support plate portion And a claw portion disposed in the vicinity of the insertion port,
    The neck portion of the clip is inserted from the insertion opening of the support slit and is located at the back of the support slit, the first flange portion and the second flange portion sandwich the support plate portion, and the head portion is the support plate portion. Protruding from the
    The claw portion has a guide surface that is inclined toward the clip insertion side, and has a locking surface that is substantially orthogonal to the support plate portion and substantially orthogonal to the clip insertion direction on the back side of the support slit . When the first collar portion of the clip pushes the guide surface during insertion into the support slit of the neck portion, the claw portion can be displaced in a direction away from the support plate portion with elastic deformation of the bridge portion . Thus, when the neck portion is allowed to enter and the neck portion of the clip is located at the back of the support slit, the locking surface locks the first flange portion of the clip, and the insertion port of the clip A structure for mounting an automobile trim, characterized in that movement to the vehicle is prevented.
  2. The pedestal is separate from the automobile trim, and the legs of the pedestal are provided as a substantially U-shaped peripheral wall connected to the periphery of the support plate, and the opposite side of the support plate is open on this peripheral wall A fixed piece portion fixed to the automobile trim is connected to the peripheral edge so as to protrude outward, a side opening of the peripheral wall is connected to an insertion port of the support slit, and the bridge portion is connected to the peripheral wall. The automobile trim mounting structure according to claim 1 , wherein the vehicle trim mounting structure is formed so as to span between both ends on the side opening side.
  3. 3. The automobile trim mounting structure according to claim 2, wherein the bridge portion is lifted from the automobile trim.
  4. The pedestal is integrated with the automobile trim, and the legs of the pedestal are provided as a peripheral wall continuous to the periphery of the support plate, and a cutout is formed in the peripheral wall at a position corresponding to the insertion opening of the support slit. Rutotomoni, auxiliary slits forming a parallel to the support plate portion from the notch to the trim side is formed, in claim 1 site between these notches and the auxiliary slit, characterized in that it is provided as the bridge portion The mounting structure of the described automobile trim.
  5. The support slit includes an insertion resistance portion having a width smaller than the diameter of the neck portion of the clip, and a circular accommodating portion located at the back of the insertion resistance portion and equal to or larger than the diameter of the neck portion of the clip. The structure for mounting an automobile trim according to any one of claims 1 to 4 .
  6. The insertion resistance portion extends linearly by a predetermined length, and the claw portion is positioned so that the center of the neck of the clip is located behind the boundary between the insertion resistance portion and the accommodation portion when the first hook portion of the clip is locked. The vehicle trim mounting structure according to claim 5 , wherein the vehicle trim mounting structure is arranged.
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