JP4213068B2 - Oil gauge punching device - Google Patents

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JP4213068B2
JP4213068B2 JP2004085878A JP2004085878A JP4213068B2 JP 4213068 B2 JP4213068 B2 JP 4213068B2 JP 2004085878 A JP2004085878 A JP 2004085878A JP 2004085878 A JP2004085878 A JP 2004085878A JP 4213068 B2 JP4213068 B2 JP 4213068B2
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  The present invention relates to an oil gauge punching device for fully automatically producing an oil gauge for paperboard.
  As shown in FIG. 14, the outer case 20 of the differential gear that transmits the rotation from the engine to the drive wheels via the drive shaft is filled with oil for preventing seizure (hereinafter referred to as differential oil) from the oil inlet 21. Yes. This differential oil is an important factor for driving safety, and the metering pump, metering injection gun, and flow meter are paid careful attention to the filling, but the outer case 20 is actually filled with the metering differential oil. Since the metal is a metal, it cannot be easily confirmed because various sensors are forced to invest expensively. Therefore, an oil gauge 22 made of paperboard is used as a simple, reliable and inexpensive method. As shown in the figure, the oil gauge 22 has a shape including a grip portion 23 and a measurement portion 24 that is bent continuously with the grip portion 23 and is provided with a level line 26.
  The oil gauge 22 having such a shape inserts a measurement unit 24 from the oil inlet 21 of the outer case 20 and determines whether or not the oil amount is acceptable based on the oil level trace and the level line 26 attached to the measurement unit 24.
  Conventionally, as shown in FIG. 15, the oil gauge 22 is manufactured by drawing level lines 26 on a long paperboard material W at regular intervals, and manually feeding the paperboard material W toward the manual punch 25. And punching.
  In the conventional punching work procedure, the level line 26 is drawn by hand on the paperboard material W at regular intervals, the paperboard material W is set on the punching machine, and the level line 26 is registered with the arrow mark 27. Then, the start switch of the punching machine is pressed, the oil gauge 22 is punched, the paperboard material W is manually fed to the punch 25, the level line 26 of the next oil gauge 22 is registered with the arrow mark 27, and the punching machine is again Repeatedly press the start switch.
In such a conventional punching process, it takes time and the feeding of the paperboard material W is a manual feed. Therefore, the fingertip comes near the punch, which is a dangerous work, and the level line 26 has a positional relationship with the gauge outer shape. It became important and handwriting had a problem that required skill.
JP 05-177589 A JP-A-10-180699 JP 2001-106349 A
  SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide an oil gauge punching device that performs operations such as feeding a paperboard material from a set of paperboard materials to a punching site, punching processing, and paper discharge in a fully automatic manner.
  In order to achieve the above object, the present invention comprises, as described in claim 1, a gripping portion and a measurement portion that is continuously bent with the gripping portion and provided with a level line indicating a standard oil amount. An apparatus for punching out an oil gauge for paperboard, wherein a column, a paper feed magazine storing a large number of paperboard materials, and a punch unit for punching out the oil gauge are arranged on a base, Is equipped with a lifting body guided by a guide shaft and moved up and down by a lifting shaft, and a pitch feed body that operates to feed the pitch unit in the direction of the punch unit. The pitch feed body can be moved up and down via a bracket. And a bed for placing a paperboard material is disposed between the paper feed magazine and the punch unit in front of the column. Move to the gadget side, take out the paperboard material from the paper feed magazine, place it on the bed, feed it to the punch unit with the pitch feeding body by pitch feeding, and punch out many oil gauges continuously It is characterized by doing so.
  Further, as described in claim 2, in the oil gauge punching device according to claim 1, the level line of the measurement part of the oil gauge is pressed by the punch when the oil gauge is punched by the punch unit so as to make an impression. It is characterized by this.
  According to the present invention, operations such as feeding the paperboard material from the set of paperboard materials to the punching site and discharging the paperboard material that has become scrap after processing are performed fully automatically. The mass production can be efficiently performed by the work, and the cost can be reduced. Further, the level line has an effect that does not require a skill as in the conventional handwriting by making an impression when the oil gauge is punched by punching of the punch unit.
  The best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings. FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing the entire apparatus of the present invention. In FIG. 1, reference numeral 1 denotes a base. On this base 1, an upright column 2, a paper feed magazine 12 storing a number of paperboard materials W on one side with the column 2 in the center, and a punch for punching an oil gauge on the other side A unit 13 is arranged, and the column 2 is provided with an elevating body 3 guided by a guide shaft 4 and moved up and down by an elevating shaft 5, and a pitch feed operation is performed on the elevating body 3 in the direction of the punch unit 13. The pitch feeder 6 and an L-shaped bracket 7 are fixed to the pitch feeder 6, and the bracket 7 is provided with a lift-up device 8. A horizontal arm 9 is attached to the lift-up device 8, and suction pads 10 are provided at both ends of the arm 9 in the vertical direction. The column 2 is turned 90 ° toward the paper feed magazine 12 side.
  Further, a bed 11 for placing a paperboard material W is disposed between the paper feed magazine 12 and the punch unit 13 in front of the column 2. On the upper surface of the bed 11, holes 11 a are formed in seating position portions of the suction pads 10 at both ends of the arm 9. This hole 11a pitches the paperboard material W to the punch unit 13, punches out a large number of oil gauges 22 over the entire length of the paperboard material W, and when the processing of one paperboard material W is finished, the suction pad 10 Is seated in the hole 11a, and the suction confirmation sensor (not shown) determines that there is no paperboard material W because it does not suck the paperboard material W, and switches to a paper discharge process described later.
  A finished oil gauge receiving box 15 for receiving the punched oil gauge 22 is installed below the punch unit 13, and the processed paperboard material Wa after punching is placed in the dust box 16 at the rear part of the punch unit 13. A discharge plate 14 for discharging the sheet to the horizontal position is provided so as to rotate between a horizontal position and a downward inclined position.
  Further, a control panel 17 for controlling the sequence of each part of the apparatus of the present invention is arranged above the column 2.
  Next, the operation of the apparatus of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS.
[Paper feeding process]
2 to 7 show the paper feeding process. FIG. 1 shows an in-situ state. That is, the column 2 faces the front, and the elevating body 3 is located at the upper end. In order to take out the paperboard material W of the paper feed magazine 12 from this original position, the column 2 is turned 90 ° toward the paper feed magazine 12 as shown in FIG. 3, and the elevating body 3 is lowered and sucked as shown in FIG. The pad 10 is attracted to the board surface of the uppermost paperboard material W stored in the paper feed magazine 12, and the lifting body 3 is positioned at the upper end to lift the paperboard material W upward as shown in FIG.
  With the lifting body 3 positioned at the rising end and lifting the paperboard material W upward, as shown in FIG. In this state, as shown in FIG. 7, the lifting body 3 is positioned at the lower end, and the paperboard material W sucked by the suction pad 10 is placed on the bed 11. This completes the operation of setting the paperboard material W on the bed 11 and moves to the next punching process.
[Punching process]
8 to 11 show the punching process. FIG. 8 shows a state in which the paper feeding operation of the paperboard material W to the bed 11 in the paper feeding process is completed. In this state, as shown in FIG. Then, the paperboard material W sucked by the suction pad 10 is lifted up from the bed 11, and the pitch feeder 6 is moved forward with respect to the punch unit 13 and sucked by the suction pad 10 as shown in FIG. The printed paperboard material W is shifted out by the length for punching one oil gauge 22 in the direction of the punch unit 13. Then, as shown in FIG. 10A, the lift-up device 8 is operated to lower the arm 9 and place the paperboard material W sucked by the suction pad 10 on the bed 11. In this state, as shown in FIG. 10B, the punch of the punch unit 13 is lowered to punch out one oil gauge 22. The punched oil gauge 22 is dropped and accommodated in a finished oil lower gauge receiving box 15 disposed below.
  After punching out the oil gauge 22, the punch of the punch unit 13 is lifted back as shown in FIG. 11A, and the suction of the suction pad 10 to the paperboard material W is cut. Then, the lift-up device 8 is lifted to leave the paperboard material W on the bed 11 and lift up the suction pad 10 via the arm 9.
  With the paperboard material W left on the bed 11, the pitch feeder 6 is moved backward with respect to the punch unit 13 as shown in FIG. Shift the oil gauge back by 22 minutes. After that, as shown in FIG. 10A, the lift-up device 8 is operated to lower the arm 9 and the suction pad 10 to lower the lift and suck the paperboard material W left on the bed 11 with the suction pad 10. Then, the pitch feeder 6 is fed to the punch unit 13 and the punch of the punch unit 13 is actuated to punch out the second oil gauge 22 as shown in FIG.
  The above operation is repeated, and a dozen or more oil gauges 22 are continuously punched from one paperboard material W. When punching of one paperboard material W is completed, this is discharged. Next, in order to perform punching, the process returns to the paper feeding process, and the paperboard material W is set from the paper feed magazine 12 in the punching process and the oil gauge 22 is punched.
  When the oil gauge 22 is punched by the punch unit 13, a level line 26 indicating the oil amount standard is applied to the measuring unit 24 of the oil gauge 22 with an indentation. In this method, a ridge is provided on the punch, and an indentation is made by pressing the measuring unit 24 when the paperboard material W is punched with the ridge.
[Discharge process]
In the present invention, the processed paperboard material Wa that has been punched in the punching process is automatically discharged. 12 and 13 show the paper discharge process. As shown in FIG. 12, every time the oil gauge 22 is punched by the punch unit 13, the paperboard material Wa is fed by pitch feeding onto the dispensing plate 14 positioned in the horizontal direction behind the punch unit 13, and the required number of sheets is obtained. When the punching process of the oil gauge 22 is completed, the paperboard material W disappears from the bed 11. When the paperboard material W disappears from the bed 11, it is confirmed that the punching of one paperboard material W has been completed, and the horizontally disposed dispensing plate 14 is directed downward toward the dust box 16 as shown in FIG. The processed paperboard material Wa, which has been swung and tilted to finish punching on the payout plate 14, is discharged to the dust box 16. After the discharge, the payout plate 14 is returned to the horizontal position.
  Confirmation of the completion of the punching of the paperboard material W is made by confirming that the suction pad 10 is seated in the hole 11a when the processing of the paperboard material W on the bed 11 is finished, and the suction confirmation sensor (not shown) sucks the paperboard material W. If there is no paperboard material W, it is determined that there is no paperboard material W, and the cycle of the paper feed process → the punching process → the paper discharge process is continued.
  In this way, the present invention enables the oil gauge 22 made of paperboard to be mass-produced by automating all operations of feeding the paperboard material W → punching → paper ejection, so that the safety and cost of the production work can be improved. Reduction can be achieved.
  In the above embodiment, the level line 26 is stamped on the measuring unit 24 of the oil gauge 22 when punched. However, as another method, the level line 26 is previously drawn on the paperboard material W at a required interval. By arranging a registration sensor for confirming the level line 26 at the site of the punch unit 13, the sensor confirms the level line 26 with this sensor, operates the punch unit 13, and punches out the oil gauge 22. It is added that the present invention can also produce an oil gauge 22 in which a printed line is applied to the measurement unit 24 instead of an indentation.
  In the above-described embodiment, the movement of the column 2 when the paperboard material W is taken out from the paper feed magazine 12 has been described as turning 90 ° toward the paper feed magazine 12, but the column 2 is based on the arrangement position of the paper feed magazine 12. It is also possible to take out the paperboard material W from the paper feed magazine 12 by moving the front and rear, right and left or left and right. Furthermore, since the paperboard material W between the two suction pads 10 is punched by pitch feed, the intended purpose can be achieved even with one suction pad 10 instead of the configuration of the two suction pads 10. .
The perspective view which shows the whole apparatus of this invention Perspective view showing the original position of the column The perspective view which shows the 90 degree turning state of a column A perspective view showing a state where the suction pad descends to the paper feed magazine and sucks the paperboard material A perspective view showing a state where the paperboard material is adsorbed and raised from the paper feed magazine The perspective view which shows the state which turned 90 degrees of the column back Perspective view of the paperboard material set on the bed Perspective view showing the punching start state of the paperboard material A perspective view showing a state in which a paperboard material is fed to a punch unit A perspective view showing a state in which a paperboard material is punched into a punch unit. A perspective view showing a state in which a paperboard material is pitch-fed to a punch unit Perspective view showing the state of checking the absence of paperboard material on the bed The perspective view which shows the state which discharges processed paperboard material supply to a dust box Explanatory drawing of the use part of the oil gauge manufactured by the device of the present invention Manufacturing explanatory diagram of conventional oil gauge
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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Base 2 Column 3 Lifting body 4 Guide shaft 5 Lifting shaft 6 Pitch feeder 7 Bracket 8 Lift-up device 9 Arm 10 Suction pad 11 Bed 11a Hole 12 Paper feed magazine 13 Punch unit 14 Discharge plate 15 Complete oil lower gauge holder Box 16 Dust box 22 Oil gauge 23 Grip part 24 Measuring part 26 Level line

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  1.   An apparatus for punching out an oil gauge of a paperboard comprising a gripping part and a measurement part that is continuously bent with the gripping part and is provided with a level line indicating a standard oil amount. , A paper feed magazine storing a large number of paperboard materials and a punch unit for punching out the oil gauge are arranged, and the column is provided with a lifting body guided by a guide shaft and moved up and down by a lifting shaft, The lifting body is provided with a pitch feeding body that performs a pitch feeding operation in the direction of the punch unit, and a suction pad that is supported by the pitch feeding body through a bracket so as to be movable up and down. A bed for placing paperboard material is placed between the unit and the column moves to the paper feed magazine side, and the paperboard material is taken out from the paper feed magazine before Dipstick punching and wherein the placement and that was to continuously punching a large number of oil gauge was fed with pitch feeding in the punch unit in the pitch feed body on the bed.
  2.   2. The oil gauge punching device according to claim 1, wherein the level line of the measurement part of the oil gauge is pressed by the punch when the oil gauge is punched by the punch unit to make an impression.
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