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JP4134084B2
JP4134084B2 JP2005109870A JP2005109870A JP4134084B2 JP 4134084 B2 JP4134084 B2 JP 4134084B2 JP 2005109870 A JP2005109870 A JP 2005109870A JP 2005109870 A JP2005109870 A JP 2005109870A JP 4134084 B2 JP4134084 B2 JP 4134084B2
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  The present invention relates to a decorative article used for an accessory, a decorative part of various products, etc., in which a small pearl like a jewel is formed on a transparent or translucent resin base material.
  Diamond has a sparkle that attracts people's hearts. This sparkle is greatly influenced by the transparency, refractive index, and refraction angle of diamond. The refractive index of diamond (2.4129) is the highest among other natural materials such as the refractive index of air (1) and the refractive index of quartz (1,458). The surface is polished and multi-faced by hand by skilled craftsmen so that it shines with multiple reflections inside.
  By the way, glass beads and resin beads instead of expensive gems such as diamond have been mass-produced industrially. This type of pearl is inexpensive and is produced with a shine similar to that of natural gemstones. Conventionally, when mass-producing this kind of pearls at low cost, it is performed by injection molding using a mold, and a multitude of pearls in a state of being chained in four directions or in a straight line has been molded.
And the molded pearl was cut off in the next manufacturing process and fixed to a base such as a ring, a brooch, a pendant or a heel. Conventionally, this fixing is performed by clamping with a nail, a method of squeezing around the hole by entering a hole formed in a base, a method of fixing with an adhesive, and a method of fixing with a transparent resin (Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2003-19011, No. 56-120400).
Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 2003-19011 JP 56-120400 A
  However, the above-described method for producing pearls has no problem in the case of pearls of large to small size, but when the pearls have a diameter of about 1.5 to 2.0 mm, they are molded using a mold. In some cases, if the pearl seam is not made very thin or thin, a large scar will remain on the pearl after separation, and this will be a major obstacle to the propagation and refraction of light incident on the pearl, losing the shine of the pearl. Make it. On the other hand, the extremely thin seam that does not affect the brightness of the pearls may not allow the molten resin injected into the mold to spread, and even if the seam is formed, the seam is very thin. Before the bead is cut off, the seam breaks, making it difficult to handle, and it is likely to be an obstacle to work in the next manufacturing process.
  In the case of a small bead having a diameter of about 1.5 to 2.0 mm, in the fixing method according to the above-described conventional technique, fixing becomes a precise work, and problems remain in terms of working time and cost, and an adhesive and a resin are used. The light incident on the bead is highly likely to be absorbed by the adhesive and the resin, and the refraction of the light is changed, which greatly affects the brightness of the bead. When the beads are small, handling and positioning before fixing are not easy. Large pearls are easy to mold, but unless the transparency of glass and resin, i.e., the purity, is increased, the light transmission efficiency and the refraction angle are lowered, and a brilliant glow cannot be obtained. In addition, depending on the product to which the beads are attached, small beads may be good. Conventionally, it has been difficult to mass-produce pearls with a size that meets such demand, and shining pearls at low cost.
The inventor has started research and development on a technique capable of inexpensively mass-producing small pearls having a shine like diamond, and has completed the present invention after intensive studies.
The present invention enables mass production of small pearls with a shine like diamond at low cost, and also allows easy and economical handling of pearls in the production process, alignment of pearls, and fixation of pearls. It is an object of the present invention to provide a decorative article in which a resin bead and a base material are integrally molded and can be fixed firmly.
Ornaments according to claim 1, transparent or a predetermined point of the resin substrate having a light transmitting property, near the groove of the wheel-shaped diameter from the surface and the back surface side is 1.5mm to 2.0mm with each other The decorative article is characterized in that a portion surrounded by both grooves is formed into a pearl having a polyhedral shape cut into 43 faces . The decorative article of the present invention is used as an accessory attached to the body and clothes, and a part thereof, and is used as a decorative part used in a decorative part of various products.
  In the decorative article of the present invention, the base material and the pearl are molded from a resin having transparency or translucency. In addition to being excellent in transparency or translucency, the resin is preferably a hard resin that has a glossy surface, a high refractive index, and is not easily scratched. For example, a polycarbonate resin, a polystyrene resin, an acrylic resin, a methacrylic resin, a polyester resin, A copolymer containing any of these resins may be used.
  In order to make a bead formed of a colorless and transparent resin shine like a diamond, in the present invention, the bead has a polyhedral shape excellent in multiple reflection properties. As a result of producing and testing various prototypes of the decorative product of the present invention, the decorative pearl formed by cutting a 43-sided pearl with a diameter of 1.5 to 2.0 mm from polycarbonate resin is the most light. The knowledge which is a shining pearl was obtained.
  A shining pearl like a diamond has a sense of luxury, is luxurious, and attracts people's hearts. The resin forming the beads and the substrate is not limited to a transparent resin, and a light-transmitting resin may be used. For example, when a bead is molded from a resin having translucency to which a red pigment is added, it becomes a bead that shines red like a ruby. When a bead is molded from a light-transmitting resin to which a blue pigment is added, it becomes a bead that shines blue like sapphire.
  In the decorative article of the present invention, the pearl and the base material are integrally molded and are manufactured by an injection molding method using a mold. In order to make it possible to mold a small bead having a diameter of about 1.5 to 2.0 mm using a mold, in the present invention, the ring-shaped groove is in a direction close to the front surface and the back surface side of the base material. It was formed into a decorative product in which a pearl was formed in the part surrounded by both grooves. And the bead was formed in the polyhedron so that incident light could be multiply-reflected effectively. The base material constitutes all or part of the appearance of the decorative article, and facilitates handling, alignment of the beads, and fixation of the beads. In addition, the beads are firmly fixed to the product.
  And in this invention, the bead was integrally formed in the inner side enclosed by the groove | channel currently formed in the base material. This groove is a ring-shaped groove formed in a direction approaching from both sides of the substrate, and the portion between the two grooves is a portion where the thickness of the substrate is thin. The thin part was made to connect the pearl and the base material. When the periphery of the pearl is supported by a thin portion, the pearl and the base material are firmly fixed.
  For this reason, the fixation for the desired product of the pearl can be firmly fixed via the base material. In the case where a plurality of beads are fixed to a product or the like with an interval, when the plurality of beads are formed on the base material in accordance with the interval, accurate alignment and fixing of the beads can be easily performed. Moreover, since the circumference | surroundings of a pearl are located inside the wall surface of a groove | channel, it exists in the state by which the circumference | surroundings of the pearl were protected by the wall surface of a groove | channel.
  In the above-mentioned decorative product, a pearl is fixed to a circular or oval decorative plate provided around a multi-center key of a cellular phone, and one or a plurality of portions of the decorative plate are made to shine like diamonds. And is preferred by many consumers. The present invention also includes ornaments having a circular ring plate shape and an elliptical ring plate shape according to the shape of the decorative plate, and also a ring-shaped pendant, brooch, and bag decorative component suspended by a chain. Also includes ornaments tailored to the above.
  According to the ornament of claim 1, as a result of forming a small bead into a multi-sided cut using a transparent or translucent resin, the ornament has a sparkling bead like a diamond. can do. As a result of integrally molding the bead together with the base material, the bead can be easily handled, arranged and fixed in the manufacturing process of the decorative article, and can be firmly fixed. In addition, it is formed like a small jewel, and in particular, it is shaped into a multi-faced shape so that incident light can be effectively multiple-reflected. Can do.
  In particular, as a result of forming a ring-shaped groove in the direction approaching from both sides of the base material and forming a bead on the inside, the handling of the bead during the manufacture of ornaments is facilitated, and the fixation and alignment of the bead is facilitated. The substrate can be used to be strong and accurate, and can be fixed firmly. Furthermore, since the periphery of the bead is protected by a groove, the bead is hard to be damaged, and the drop of the bead due to inadvertent external force applied to the bead is prevented. In addition, as a result of enabling the bead and the base material to be molded using a mold, it is possible to industrially mass-produce decorative articles at a relatively low cost.
Decoration products, by the cover member is fixed to the upper surface of the substrate, it is possible to reinforce the substrate. Further, since the cover material can be formed of a material different from the substrate, the appearance design of the decorative product can be further improved.
In a further, the surface and / or back surface of the base material, the plating layer, coating layer, a printing ink layer, are either formation, or a film, a sheet, a result of any of the plates was fixed ornaments, It can be used as a decorative item designed for the purpose.
  In addition, it may be shaped to match a circular or oval decorative plate provided around the multi-center key of the mobile phone, and the decorative plate according to the present invention may be attached to the decorative plate. The surface near the switch of the telephone can be shining like a diamond, making it a high-class and attractive mobile phone. Moreover, it can also be set as the optimal shape as a decorative part used for the decoration part of accessories and various products.
  The best mode for carrying out the present invention is as follows.
  FIG. 1A is a perspective view showing a decorative article of Example 1, FIG. 1B is a side sectional view of the same, FIG. 1C is an enlarged view of the ii portion in FIG. 2B, and FIG. Fig. 3B is a rear view, Fig. 3A is an enlarged front view of the bead and its periphery, and Fig. 3B is an enlarged view of the rear and its periphery of the bead. (C) is an enlarged view of the bead and its periphery as viewed obliquely from the front.
  The decorative article 1A of Example 1 shown in FIGS. 1 (a), 1 (b) and 2 (a), 2 (b) is provided at four locations at equal intervals of a transparent or translucent resin base material 2. This is a small decorative article in which pearls 3, 3... Are formed, and a coating film layer 4 is formed on the back surface of the substrate 2.
  The base material 2 has a ring plate shape in which a large opening 2a is formed at the center, and grooves V1 and V2 are formed in a ring shape on the surface and the bottom surface at the center of four surfaces distributed in four directions. The front surface side groove V1 is formed by a relatively shallow V groove, and the back surface side groove V2 is formed by a deep groove in which a V groove is formed at the front end of the circumferential inner wall 2d. For this reason, between the front-end | tip parts of both groove | channels V1, V2, the ring-shaped thin part 2e is formed, and the bead 3 is integrally formed in the inner side.
  As shown in FIG. 1 (c) and FIGS. 3 (a), 3 (b), and 3 (c), the beads 3 have a diamond-like shape formed by cutting the front surface and the back surface in multiple faces, and the number of cut surfaces. Are formed so that there are a total of 43 surfaces. The pearl 3 is formed in a shape smaller than the thickness of the base material 2 (for example, the diameter is 1.5 to 2.00 mm), and is formed in a size located inside each of the grooves V1, V2. The circumference of the pearl 3 is protected.
  The rear portion 3R of the pearl 3 is formed of a large number of surfaces formed with a large number of triangular refracting surfaces, and the center projects greatly rearward. The front portion 3F of the pearl 3 is formed by a relatively large surface having a front center surface directed forward, and respective inclined surfaces around the surface. Each surface of the rear portion 3R of the pearl 3 and the surface surrounding the front portion 3F are inclined in an optimum direction in which incident light is multiple-reflected inside, and when light is incident from the front, it is multiple-reflected inside the pearl 3 The whole pearl 3 shines like a diamond. Moreover, since the back of the pearl 3 is opened, the pearl 3 shines even when illumination such as LED and backlight enters the pearl 3 from the rear. The shape of the pearl 3 and the orientation of each surface thereof are also the shape and orientation in which the mold can be removed.
  FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the substrate immediately after molding. As shown in FIG. 4, the beads 3 and the substrate 2 are manufactured by injection molding using a mold. The base material 2 immediately after the molding is formed in a state in which the four base materials 2 are connected via the frame 6, and the ears 6a of the frame 6 formed on the outer peripheral edges of the base materials 2, 2,. The outer edge of the substrate 2 and the outer peripheral edge of the substrate 2 are formed thin so that the substrate 2 can be easily detached. In this state, the sheet 4 on which the back surfaces of the base materials 2, 2... Are colored and printed is attached, and the base materials 2, 2... Are removed from the ears 6 a of the frame 6 in the next step. Note that the sheet 4 may be colored instead of being attached. Further, the surface of the substrate 2 may be plated, colored or the like. The decorative article 1A of Example 1 is manufactured by such a method.
  FIG. 5A is a perspective view showing the decorative article of Example 2, FIG. 5B is a side cross-sectional view, FIG. 5C is an enlarged view of the ii portion in FIG. 5B, and FIG. A front view of the decorative article of Example 2, (b) is also a back view.
  The decorative article 1B of Example 2 shown in FIGS. 5 and 6 is provided in the center of four locations on the four sides of the base material 2A formed of the same transparent or translucent resin as the decorative article of Example 1. Beads 3, 3... Having the same shape and size (for example, a diameter of 2 mm) as the beads provided in the ornament are formed. Further, four pearls 31, 51... Smaller than pearls 3, 3... (For example, a diameter of 1.5 mm) are formed in the middle of the locations where each pearl 3, 5. Has been. The beads 3, 3,... 31, 31,... Are formed in the same manner as the beads formed in the decorative article of the first embodiment. And in the ornament 1B of Example 2, the silver metal plating layer 5 is formed on the upper surface 2b of the substrate 2A, and the surface is finished in a silver metallic tone. Thus, the ornament 1B of Example 2 is Since the eight large and small pearls 3, 3,..., 31, 31,... Are evenly distributed, they are more brilliantly shining than the ornaments of the first embodiment.
  FIG. 7A is a perspective view showing the decorative article of Example 3, FIG. 7B is a side cross-sectional view, FIG. 7C is an enlarged view of the ii portion in FIG. 8B, and FIG. FIG. 10B is a rear view, FIG. 9 is a perspective view showing a state before completion, and FIG. 10A is a surface showing a base material on which beads are formed. FIG. 11B is a back view, FIG. 11A is a front view showing a cover material, and FIG. 11B is a back view.
  A decorative article 1C of Example 3 shown in FIGS. 7A, 7B, and 7C is a base material 2B having a ring plate shape formed of the same transparent or translucent resin as the decorative article of Example 1. .., 32, 32,..., 33, 33,... Are alternately distributed at equal intervals and protruded from the surface. The material 7 is made by fixing the sheet material 8 to the lower surface.
  As shown in FIGS. 7 to 10, the base material 2 </ b> B used in the decorative article 1 </ b> C of the third embodiment is formed in a ring plate shape with the same transparent or translucent resin as the decorative article of the first embodiment. The eight surfaces of the base material 2B that are equally distributed are widely formed in a circle in the direction along the surface. And in the direction which protrudes from the center of the surface of these 8 places, large beads 32, 32... With a diameter of about 2.0 mm and small beads 33, 33 .. with a diameter of about 1.5 mm, It is formed by being distributed alternately.
  In the case of the decorative article 1C of the third embodiment, each pearl 32, 32,... Is formed between the upper end edges of the peripheral wall 2i having a small-diameter hollow shape standing from the surface of the substrate 2B. As shown in FIG. 7C, the front portion 32F of the pearl 32 protrudes further forward (corresponding to the upper side in the figure) from the peripheral wall 2f, and the rear portion 32R of the pearl 32 is positioned inside the peripheral wall 2f. is doing. Each of the beads 32, 32,... Is formed into a multifaceted shape in the same manner as the beads formed in the ornaments of Example 1 and Example 2, and is shown in FIG. 7 (a). Similarly, the pearls 33, 33,... And the peripheral wall are formed in different sizes.
  7 (a) (b) (c), FIG. 8, FIG. 9, FIG. 11 (a) (b), the cover material 7 fixes the base material 2B to each of the beads 32, 32,. , 33, 33,... And the appearance of the decorative article 1C is formed. As shown in FIGS. 7B, 7C, and 11B, the cover member 7 has a disk shape with a large opening 7a formed at the center, and extends along the center of the back surface of the disk surface. On the other surface, a low step surface 7c adapted to the shape and thickness of the base material 2B and stepped holes 7d and 7e into which the peripheral wall 2f and the beads 32 and 33 enter are formed, for example, ABS resin or the like It is made of synthetic resin, and the surface of the cover material 7 is plated. 9 is the plating layer. In addition, it may replace with plating and may paint.
  7 (b) (c), FIG. 8 (b), and FIG. 9, the sheet material 8 is formed in the same size as the cover material 7, and substantially matches the size of the opening 7a at the center. The opening 8a having a shape and the openings 8b and 8c matched to the size and position of the peripheral wall 2f are formed, and the base material 2B dropped on the back surface of the cover material 7 is pressed from behind to be sandwiched. Used for. For this reason, the sheet material 8 is preferably made of a synthetic resin with low flexibility.
  As shown in FIGS. 7C and 8B, the decorative article 1C of Example 3 drops the base material 2B into the low step surface 7c formed on the back surface of the cover material 7, Each of the beads 32, 32, 33, 33, and the peripheral wall 2f are inserted into the stepped holes 7d and 7e formed in the cover material 7, and further pressed by the sheet material 8 from the rear, It is fixed and completed. In this state, as shown in FIG. 7C, the peripheral wall 2f abuts against the side wall of the stepped hole 7d and the lower surface of the projection 7f formed inward, and is held in the stepped hole 7d. It is in the state. The wall surface 7d of the protrusion 7F is formed on an inclined surface having a diameter that increases toward the surface of the cover material 7, so that the shine of the decorative beads 32 can be seen well from the front, and the light is easily incident on the beads 32. is there. Examples of the fixing of the sheet material 8 include adhesion using an adhesive and adhesion using a solvent.
  FIG. 12 shows an example in which the decorative article of the present invention is used as a decorative part. In FIG. 12, the decorative article 1 of the present invention is provided around the multi-center key 51 of the cellular phone 50. As a decorative board, it was fixed to the front surface of the mobile phone 50. The fixing is performed with the front cover 52 of the mobile phone device 50 removed, with the key 51 protruding inward, and locked to the circuit board provided in the mobile phone device 5. Covering the front cover 52 of the cellular phone 50, the decorative article 1 is inserted into the opening 53 formed in the cover 52, and the peripheral edge of the decorative article 1 is pressed and fixed on the inner surface of the edge of the opening 53. . For this reason, as shown in FIGS. 1A, 1B, 6A, 6B, 7A, and 7B, the peripheral edges 1a of the ornaments 1A, 1B, and 1C are formed in a low step. ing. In this way, when the decorative article 1 of the present invention is fixed to the operation panel surface of the mobile phone 50, the gorgeous mobile phone 50 in which the beads 3 shine like diamonds is obtained.
(A) is a perspective view which shows the ornament of Example 1, (b) is side sectional drawing similarly, (c) is an enlarged view of the II part in (b). (A) is the front view of the ornament of Example 1, (b) is a back view similarly. (A) is a front view showing the front part of the bead and its surroundings in an enlarged manner, (b) is a rear view showing the rear part of the bead and its surroundings in an enlarged manner, and (c) is an oblique front view of the bead and its surroundings. It is the enlarged view seen from. It is the perspective view which showed the base material immediately after shaping | molding. (A) is the perspective view which showed the ornament of Example 2, (b) is side sectional drawing similarly, (c) is the enlarged view of the II part in (b). (A) is the front view of the ornament of Example 2, (b) is a back view similarly. (A) is the perspective view which showed the ornament of Example 3, (b) is side sectional drawing similarly, (c) is the enlarged view of the II part in (b). (A) is the front view which showed the ornament of Example 3, (b) is a back view similarly. It is the perspective view which similarly showed the state before completion. (A) is the surface figure which showed the base material in which the bead was formed, (b) is a back view similarly. (A) is the front view which showed the cover material, (b) is a back view similarly. It is the figure which showed one example which used the ornament of this invention as a decorative component.
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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Decorative product 1A Decorative product 1B of Example 1 Decorative product 1C of Example 2 Decorative product 1C of Example 3 Base material 2A Base material 2B Base material 2a Opening 2d Inner wall 2e Thin part 2f Peripheral wall 3 Pearl 31 32 beads 33 beads 3R rear 3F front 4 coating layer 7 cover material 8 sheet material V1, V2, V3, V4 groove

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  1.   Ring-shaped grooves having a diameter of 1.5 mm to 2.0 mm from the front surface and the back surface side are formed in a direction close to each other at a predetermined one or a plurality of positions on a transparent or translucent resin base material. The part surrounded by both grooves is formed into a pearl having a polyhedral shape cut into 43 faces, and the surface of the pearl is formed so as not to protrude from the surface of the base material. Ornaments.
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