JP4584659B2 - Container storage box for easily deformable containers containing powder for image formation - Google Patents

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JP4584659B2
JP4584659B2 JP2004269310A JP2004269310A JP4584659B2 JP 4584659 B2 JP4584659 B2 JP 4584659B2 JP 2004269310 A JP2004269310 A JP 2004269310A JP 2004269310 A JP2004269310 A JP 2004269310A JP 4584659 B2 JP4584659 B2 JP 4584659B2
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Description

  The present invention relates to a container storage box for packing containers that are easily deformed.

Conventional toner and developer containers are resin bottles and cartridges, so the containers are difficult to deform and easy to set in the machine body.In recent years, due to environmental considerations, Containers such as bags that are easily deformable are aimed at reducing the amount of materials used, reducing the volume of waste at the time of disposal, and reducing the volume. Have come to use as.
When this easily deformable container is used as a cartridge, it may be deformed during transportation, or the contents may be agglomerated while the container is deformed, resulting in problems that cannot be set in the machine body as it is. There was a problem that a wrong set was caused by bending of the neck part. In addition, it becomes difficult to reduce the volume of the container when the toner is discharged, the toner discharge performance is not stable, the volume of the container itself is not completely reduced, and a problem occurs that handling at the time of resetting is deteriorated. As countermeasures, when a cushioning material is used for the packaging material, there arises a problem that the packaging material to be discarded and the packaging cost increase or the box becomes large, resulting in low transportation and storage efficiency. In addition, as a measure for preventing agglomeration due to the weight of the powder as the contents, it was necessary to recommend storage in the lateral direction.
Therefore, the container can be transported without being deformed, or it can be easily taken out from the packaged state, has a buffering effect when dropped, and is difficult to deform, and even if the contents are agglomerated, it can be set on the machine. Therefore, it was necessary to provide a packing method and a packing material for solving the above problems.
In addition, with regard to storage, transportation, storage, removal, and collection after use of flexible containers that are easily deformed, the contents of the flexible container can be retained without any problem even if it swells during storage, transportation, or storage. It is necessary that the flexible container can be easily taken out together with the contents, and the used flexible container can be stored, recovered and reused after being reduced in volume.

  On the other hand, a cardboard box with a partition has been proposed (for example, see Patent Document 1) in which a cardboard box is provided with a partition to reduce the deformation of the stored article, and the stored article can be packed and protected. For cardboards with compartments that can be stored individually, if the stored item is a product of one unit, one of them must be sold out of the container storage box, and if it is not used immediately after sales, the container shape will collapse. If the contents are agglomerated in this state, it cannot be set in the machine body, the cushioning material increases, the packaging cost increases, the packaging material to be discarded increases, and the container storage box itself becomes large. As a result, there were problems such as a decrease in transportation efficiency. Moreover, it was easy to take a rectangular parallelepiped shape and the design property was low.

Utility Model Registration No. 3039149

Therefore, in view of the above-described conventional technology, the object of the present invention is to easily deform a container that is easily deformed, such as deformation of the container at the time of transportation, or deformation of the container accompanying solidification of the contents. Packing material that suppresses and does not affect the setting to the machine body, protects and fixes the container without cushioning material, has excellent design, is easy to assemble into a box shape, and has excellent strength Is to provide.
Also, when storing, transporting, storing, taking out and collecting the used flexible container that is easily deformed, the flexible container can be held without any trouble even if the contents of the flexible container are inflated during storage, transportation, or storage. It is an object of the present invention to provide a packaging material in which a flexible container can be easily taken out together with its contents, and the used flexible container can be stored, recovered and reused after being reduced in volume.

The above-described problem is (1) “stores and stores an easily deformable container having at least one flexible region and capable of discharging the fluid inclusion for image processing when it is put into a container mounting portion of the image processing apparatus. A container storage box for
The container storage box has a space above the easily deformable container built in the container storage portion, and has at least one rigid side wall surface that prevents random deformation of the easily deformable container and stores and stores the space. rigid side walls, when the easily deformable container is put into the image processing apparatus state, and are not to restrict the shape of the easy deformability container shape to be housed in the container mounting portion, opposed 2 At least one of the surfaces is inclined, and the gap between the opposing surfaces gradually tapers. Of the two oppositely inclined two wall surfaces, the larger gap has an opening surface different from the side wall surface, and the hinge A lid tongue piece that can be bent in a direction to open and close the opening surface via a portion, and a flap that can be rotated in the opening and closing direction via a hinge portion at a portion of the opening surface facing the lid tongue piece and, the hinge portion of the flap that has an insertion opening of the lid tongue Container storage box "to the butterfly,
( 2 ) "The container storage box according to item ( 1 ), wherein the container has a notch at the base of the insertion portion of the flap",
( 3 ) “having a rectangular portion composed of a number of side wall surfaces, restricting the shape of the container by at least two opposing surfaces of the rectangular portion, and fixing the container position by contact resistance with the container The container storage box according to item (1) or (2) , characterized in that:
( 4 ) "The container storage box according to any one of the items (1) to (3), wherein the non-inclined surface of the two surfaces is orthogonal to the opening surface. "
( 5 ) The item (1), wherein two wall surfaces different from the two opposing surfaces having four side wall surfaces are inclined so as to be tapered in the same manner. Thru | or the container storage box in any one of (4) paragraphs ,
( 6 ) "The container storage box according to any one of (1) to (5) above , characterized in that there is a small area surface different from the side wall surface on the opposite side of the opening surface",
( 7 ) "When the box is unfolded, the small area surface is located at the center of the plate-like member," the container storage box according to item (6),
( 8 ) The items (1) to (7), wherein a projection is provided at an end of the inclined wall member of at least one of the two surfaces facing each other. A container storage box according to any one of "
( 9 ) “The first acute angle ridge line at which the inclined surface of the two surfaces facing each other with the inclined surface intersecting the opening surface is a hinge of the opening surface ( The container storage box according to any one of 1) to 8) ,
( 10 ) “The notation regarding the contents is provided on the surface, and the notation is arranged such that at least one surface is inclined and the inclined surface of the two opposing surfaces is on the upper side (front side)” The container storage box according to any one of (1) to (5) ,
( 11 ) “How to handle contents and easy-to-deform containers, including a method for replenishing contents such as toner, developer, etc. The container storage box according to any one of (1) to (10), wherein the container storage box has a notation arrangement shown below,
( 12 ) Any one of the above items (9) to (11) , characterized in that there is a notation on the opening surface, and the notation on the opening surface is arranged so that the hinge portion of the acute ridge line is on the top. Crab container box ",
( 13 ) The above-mentioned items (1) to (1), wherein the wall surface of the storage box is a plate material that can be bent into a box shape, and is creased so as not to reduce the strength in the assembled state . The container storage box according to any one of (12) ",
( 14 ) “The container storage box according to item (1), wherein a perforation is provided on a ridge line next to the hinge of the opening portion so as not to reduce strength in an assembled state”. ,
( 15 ) The container according to any one of (1) to (14), wherein a cushioning material for fixing the easily deformable container with contact resistance is provided, and the container is prismatic. Storage box ",
( 16 ) " (1) to (1) characterized in that they have a partially bonded end portion, a bent portion on the inner wall side of the box, and a curved surface (R) attached to the bonded end portion . 15) The container storage box according to any one of items
( 17 ) "The container storage box according to any one of (1) to (16) above, wherein a paperboard or cardboard material is used",
( 18 ) "The container storage box according to any one of (1) to (17) above, wherein the easily deformable container to be stored is a storage container for toner and developer".
Is achieved.

Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail.
The present invention relates to a container for storing an easily deformable container filled with easily deformable toner, developer, and carrier while regulating the container in a size or shape that can be set in a machine body in advance. Containers are packed using a storage box, preventing deformation of the container during transportation and deformation of the container due to agglomeration of the contents, without affecting the setting on the machine body, and without using cushioning material. By making the container storage box to be protected and fixed, it can be easily removed from the packing material and set properly on the machine body, the packing material to be discarded is reduced, the dead space is reduced, and transportation, storage efficiency, and design are improved. In addition, a container storage box in which the above-described problems are solved can be provided.

As is apparent from the detailed description of the present specification and drawings, the present invention provides an effect of preventing the container from being deformed and being unable to be set on the machine body.
Moreover, the effect which can protect a container without a shock absorbing material and the number of parts of a packing material can be reduced, and the cost can be reduced. In addition, for example, since there is no member for fixing the base, the effect of facilitating the assembly of the box, the packaging of the deformable container packed therein, and the removal can be obtained, and the upper part of the container storage part in the box can be obtained. By providing space, a buffering effect can be obtained, and by making each surface tapered, the container can be easily packed and taken out, and an effect of facilitating opening can be obtained. The effect of preventing neck breakage and being naturally fixed in a shape faithful to the desired container shape is obtained, and the effect of saving space during transportation and storage can be obtained by overlapping two pieces vertically and horizontally, and In order to prevent the self-curing of the container contents, it is easy to intuitively place the container horizontally or vertically. Also, the boxes can be easily stacked, and the boxes can be easily glued. 1 box from a collection of boxes Easier to take out and can be placed in an open state so that it can save space for storing packaging materials. In addition, by giving a small surface to a specific position, an easily deformable container containing the contents. By preventing bending upside down, bending and pasting together, drop strength is provided, and by providing a convex part at the tip of the ridge line, it is possible to see the display even if two are stacked Also, when stacked on top and bottom, it has a non-slip effect and can be used as a finger grip when grasping vertically, and the container can be naturally packed and unloaded with a right-angled ridge line that is easy to open. In addition, there is no sense of incongruity in both vertical and horizontal orientation, and an effect that is easy to see even in vertical orientation is obtained, and when opening, the opening surface naturally faces upward, so it is written on the opening surface The operation procedure The effect of being able to be transmitted is obtained, and when it is placed naturally, it has the effect of allowing the notation of the opening surface to be used for the top and bottom, and since it is thinned by providing perforations and folds on each ridgeline, it is efficient It has the effect of being able to be transported and discarded, and can be decomposed into small parts, so that the effect of efficient disposal can be obtained.
In addition, when opening, the effect that the opening can be widened so that the container can be easily taken out is obtained, and the deformable container can be fixed, and can be easily stacked up and down, left and right, front and back, and has excellent design. By providing a curved surface at the inner bonding part, a soft and thin container can be prevented from tearing due to pinholes, scratches, and rubbing, and by using corrugated cardboard material The effect of preventing the deformation of the container and giving the box strength can be obtained.

  Furthermore, although not essential in the present invention, when a notation that allows characters to be read from left to right is placed on two wall surfaces different from at least two surfaces that are inclined and face each other, when placed horizontally By arranging the characters so that they are easy to read, it is recommended to place them horizontally, and if the contents of powder that easily aggregates, for example, if a bag containing toner is long or large, it depends on the weight of the toner accumulated in the vertical direction. The effect of preventing agglomeration can be obtained, and if the perforation is attached to a level that does not reduce the strength in the assembled state, it can be disassembled into small pieces, so that it can be disposed of efficiently and stored in the box together with the box. If it is displayed that the easily deformable container filled with the contents is shaken, it is recommended to shake the flexible container that is easy to deform together with the box. And more The flute direction of cardboard, in case of the longitudinal direction, to have a box-strength, to facilitate creasing of the side, and the effect to be able to fold small obtained.

  In the present invention, a corrugated cardboard of E flute / K6 is used as a packaging material, though not limited to this. The packaging material is not limited to this, and may be a general plate material such as paperboard, preferably a cardboard material.

Hereinafter, an example of the container storage box of the present invention will be specifically described with reference to the drawings.
FIG. 1 is an assembly view of the container storage box example, and FIG. 2 is a development view of the container storage box example. The container storage box of FIG. 1 assembled from the plate material shown in this development view has four side wall surfaces of rigid side wall surfaces (a), (b), (c), and (d), and tongue pieces (f4) as lid members. It is a hexahedron having a wide opening surface (f) blocked by standing and a small area surface (e) on the opposite side.

  The plate material of the developed view of FIG. 2 assembled to the container storage box of FIG. 1 has a tongue piece (f4) which is bent and raised at the hinge portion (m) and serves as a lid member with a wide opening surface (f), and a hinge portion (m ), The opening surface reinforcing flap (f6) serving as a reinforcing piece, the tongue surface (f4), and the flap (f6) other than the other two sides of the opening portion (f) Opening surface reinforcing pieces (f1) and (f2) for reinforcement are provided, and the flap (f6) is folded and raised at the fold (L1) when assembled in the container storage box, and the opening surface ( It becomes a reinforcing piece of f).

  Further, an insertion tongue piece (c1) is provided at the tip of the tongue piece (f4) via a insertion opening (f5) and a fold (L5) serving as a hinge, and a flap (m) facing the hinge portion (m) ( A slit-shaped cut (S1) is provided in f6). The insertion tongue piece (c1) is inserted into the slit-shaped notch (S1) after the tongue piece (f4) is bent and raised at the hinge portion (m) to become a cover of the wide opening face (f), and the opening face Lock the lid of (f).

  Further, the plate member at the side wall surface (d) is provided with an opening surface reinforcing piece (f3). The reinforcing piece (f3) is bent and erected at the fold (L4), and the tip portion is further folded at the fold ( When bent at L3), it can be inserted into the insertion opening (f5) of the tongue piece (f4) at the position where the tip portion is opposed. The container storage box of this example is obtained by double locking of the insertion tongue piece (c1) and the slit-shaped cut (S1) and the reinforcing piece (f3) and the tongue piece (f4). Even if the contents swell, the lid of the opening surface (f), that is, the tongue piece (f4) can be more reliably locked. Of course, in the present invention, this double locking is not necessarily indispensable.

  Furthermore, in the container storage box of this example, a slit-like cut (S2) is provided at the base of the flap (f6), and the reinforcing piece (f3) inserted into this cut (S2) provides the container storage of this example. Even if the contents swell, the box prevents the flap (f6) inserted into the insertion opening (f5) from coming off, and can be more reliably locked. The tip of the hole (P1) (the hole in the flap (f6)) and the insertion opening (f5) that are formed when the reinforcing piece (f3) stands up are the shape of the assembled box. In this case, one hole is formed, and this hole is formed after the reinforcing piece (f3) is removed from the opening (f) of the container storage box of this example in an assembled state, and then the tongue piece (f4). ) Is removed from the cut (S1), that is, to open the lid, it is useful to operate the reinforcing piece (f3) with a finger.

  Moreover, such a notch | incision (S3) is provided also in the root of the reinforcement piece (f3). As can be understood from the developed view of FIG. 2 of this example, the container storage box of this example is a portion that becomes the central side wall surface (e) from the developed plate state, that is, the box 2 that is inclined opposite to the box. Of the both end portions of the wall surface, the portion with the smaller gap can be assembled as a tip, and is preferable.

FIG. 3 shows that the container storage box of this example can be folded after the internal flexible container is taken out. As can be seen from FIGS. 1 and 2, in the container storage box of this example, a fold for folding (L6) is formed on the side wall surface (a), and a fold for folding (L7) is formed on the side wall surface (c). However, the folds (L8) for folding are respectively provided on the tongue piece (f4), and the container storage box of this example can be folded and reduced after taking out the flexible container inside. . However, such folds are not provided on the side wall surfaces (e), (d), and (e). Therefore, even if the side wall surfaces (a) and (b) are folded in the thickness direction, the portion near the side wall surface (e) is not reduced in volume. A container can be stored.

  FIGS. 4 to 7 show usage examples of the container storage box of this example in which a flexible bag-like container is stored therein and is naturally arranged and assembled so as to be easily handled during storage before use or during use. FIG. 8 shows another example of a container storage box containing such a flexible bag-like container, and FIGS. 9 to 11 show the contents in the flexible bag-like container from such a container storage box. An example of a mechanism for discharging the gas into another device is shown.

  Although the container storage box of the example shown in FIGS. 1 to 8 is not limited to this shape, it can be put into a container mounting portion of an image processing apparatus such as a copying machine to smoothly discharge the fluid inclusion for image processing. It is suitably used for storing and storing flexible containers that are easily deformable. In the container storage box of this example, the side wall surface (d) does not stand at a right angle with respect to the opening surface (f), stands at an acute angle more than the right angle, and has a small area surface (from the opening surface (f) side). e) The gap with the opposite side wall surface (c) is gradually narrowed toward the side. Further, the side wall surfaces (c) and (d) are not rectangular, and the side of the opening surface (f) is wide as can be clearly seen from FIGS. As a result, the shape of the flexible container accommodated therein is restricted during storage to avoid random deformation, and the small area tends to be located from the small area surface (e) side to the opening surface (f). A gap is naturally formed on the side of the surface (e), so that the neck of the flexible container can be prevented from being bent, and a gap is easily formed on the side of the small area surface (e), so that a buffering effect is obtained. Thus, the shape that can be directly mounted on the container mounting portion of the image processing apparatus such as a copying machine is maintained, and deformation and displacement of the discharge port, which are most important for smoothly discharging the inclusion, are prevented. Further, since the side wall surfaces (c) and (d) are not rectangular and the side of the opening surface (f) is wide, a predetermined storage box is formed from the assembly arranged alternately in the container storage box of this example. Can be easily grasped and taken out.

  In the container storage box, the gap between the side wall surfaces (c) and (d) is abruptly narrowed, and the gap between the side wall surfaces (a) and (b) is not so rapidly narrowed. However, the container storage box in the present invention is of course not limited to the shape of this example. For example, of the side wall surfaces (a), (b), and (c) (d), the opposing side wall surface (a) The gap (b) or the gap between the side wall surfaces (c) and (d) may be gradually narrowed. In addition, the container storage box of the present invention does not necessarily have to be a square, and may have a circular or curved portion. The flexible container accommodated therein is often cylindrical rather than rectangular because its manufacturing method (blow molding, inflation molding) is reflected. Even in such a case, the point is that at least a part of the inner wall of the opposing part needs to satisfy the above requirements, thereby reducing the effect of protecting the container without a cushioning material and the number of parts of the packaging material, The effect of reducing the cost is exhibited, and since there is no portion to be fixed, the effect of facilitating the assembly of the box, the packaging of the deformable container packed therein, and the removal thereof can be achieved.

  In this example assembled from the corrugated cardboard material shown in FIG. 2, the rigid side wall surface (a) is formed by folding inward the folds (h1) (h2) on both sides of the rigid side wall surface (c) of the container storage box. ) (B) The side wall surface portions (a1) and (b1) are erected and the folds (k1) and (k2) on both sides of the rigid side wall surface (d) are folded inward. ) Elevate the reinforcing material portions (a2) and (b2) of (b). The standing reinforcing material portions (a2) and (b2) are attached to the inner side surfaces of the side wall surface portions (a1) and (b1) later.

  The positions of the side wall surface portions (a1) and (b1) and the positions of the reinforcing material portions (a2) and (b2) are interchanged, and the reinforcing material portions (a2) and (b2) are placed on both sides of the rigid side wall surface (c). Of course, the side wall surface portions (a1) and (b1) may be provided on both sides of the rigid side wall surface (d) instead. Alternatively, for example, the reinforcing material portion side wall surface portion (a1) and the reinforcing material portion (a2) are not changed, and the reinforcing material portion (b2) is provided on the side wall surface portion (c) instead of being provided on the side wall surface portion (c). b1) may be provided on the side wall surface (d). Furthermore, the magnitude | size of reinforcement material part (a2) (b2) may be the same as the magnitude | size of side wall surface part (a1) (b1), for example. The same applies to the opening surface (f) and the small area surface (e) on the opposite side, and the opening surface pieces (f1) (f2), the reinforcing pieces (f3), and the tongue pieces (f4) for the opening surface (f). ) Can be partially or wholly replaced. These matters are the strength of the box produced, the workability and production time of the box, and the amount of cuts generated when punching the box material from the raw sheet is minimized, and if possible, the number of punched parts should be two or more. It is determined by the balance with the demand not to increase.

Folds (m) serving as hinge portions of tongue pieces (f4) serving as lids for folding the folds (j1) (j2) on both sides of the small area surface (e) inward and closing the opening surface (f), A fold (m) that becomes a hinge portion provided with cuts (k1) and (k2) on both sides as desired, and a fold that becomes a hinge portion for an insertion tongue piece (c1) provided at the tip of the tongue piece (f4) (N1), the folds (L1) and (L2) of the opening surface reinforcing pieces (f1) and (f2) for the opening surface (f), and the hinge portion for the insertion tongue piece (f3) provided at the tip. The folds (L3) and folds (L4) serving as hinges provided as desired are folded inward and glued to the outside of the reinforcement parts (a2) and (b2), and the reinforcement parts (a2) and (b2). Can be attached to the inside of the side wall surface portions (a1) and (b1).
The small area surface (e) is provided with a protruding piece (g1) that remains unfolded even when the fold (j2) is folded so that the protruding portion (G) is formed after the box is assembled. An insertion opening (f5) for the insertion tongue piece (f3) opposite to the insertion tongue piece (c1) provided at the tip of (f4) is provided. These explanations are not for explaining the folding order of the folds, but the container storage box to be assembled can be well understood.

  As can be clearly seen from FIGS. 4 to 8, in the container storage box of this example, an opening surface that is different from the side wall surface in the larger gap between the two opposite end surfaces of the two wall surfaces (c) and (d) ( f) is provided to facilitate the removal of the contents. Further, the non-inclined surface (c) of the two surfaces (c) and (d) is orthogonal to the opening surface (f), whereby the container storage box can be placed horizontally or stacked. Makes it easier to intuition. Further, as described above, of the four side wall surfaces (a), (b), (c), and (d), two wall surfaces (a) and (b) that are different from the two surfaces (c) and (d) that are inclined to face each other. Is also inclined to taper. Furthermore, the small area surface (e) on the opposite side of the opening surface (f) is easy to select the large area opening surface (f) at the bottom when the container storage box is placed on a desk, for example. is doing.

  Moreover, in the container storage box of this example, among the two surfaces (c) and (d) which are inclined and face each other, as shown in FIG. 7, the small area surface of the inclined wall surface (d) member (E) Protrusions (G) are provided at the side end portions, so that the upper storage in the case where the inclined wall surfaces (d) of the two container storage boxes face each other and are stacked, etc. The box is locked to the lower storage box. Furthermore, by setting the sharp edge ridge line where the inclined surface (d) of the two opposing surfaces (c) and (d) intersects the opening surface (f) as the hinge (m) of the opening surface, The bent tongue piece (f4) is easily returned, and thus the opening surface (f) for taking out the contents is easily opened.

  Moreover, as clearly understood from FIGS. 4 to 8, the notation regarding the contents on the surface is such that the inclined surface (d) is on the upper side (front side) of at least one surface that is inclined and opposed. The notation regarding the handling of the contents disposed and the notation indicating how to handle the contents including the method of replenishing the contents of the toner developer and the easily deformable container on the side opposite to the notation surface regarding the contents Is arranged. This indication includes a recommendation to shake the easily deformable container stored in the box together with the box when the contents are likely to aggregate such as toner.

  The container storage box of this example is a plate material that can be bent into a box shape, and is creased so as not to reduce the strength in the assembled state. There is no perforation to the extent that it does not reduce the strength in the assembled state. Further, perforations finer than the perforations are provided on the ridge lines next to the hinges (L3) and (m) of the opening so as not to reduce the strength in the assembled state. The container storage box of this example uses a corrugated cardboard material, has no problem in strength, and is easily and surely creased. Furthermore, as mentioned above, it has a partially bonded end. Moreover, as is clear from FIGS. 4 to 8, a curved surface (R) is attached to the bent portion on the inner wall side of the box and the bonded end portion.

  Moreover, in this invention, the cushioning material which fixes the said easily deformable container by contact resistance may be equipped, and prismatic shape may be sufficient. This is particularly effective when the easily deformable container to be stored is a container for toner and developer.

  As shown in FIG. 10, the container accommodated in the present invention has a discharge outlet for contents, and is normally stored in a storage box with the discharge opening being a small area surface (e) side. However, when this is loaded into another machine having a flexible container inlet having a width (L) shown in FIG. 9, as shown in FIG. 8, two inclined surfaces (c) ( d) may be used as a side regulation holding member that regulates the length (L) of the flexible container.

  In addition, as shown in FIG. 11, an agent storage container (320) that stores a toner or a developer obtained by mixing toner and a carrier, and stores an agent that forms a sealed structure that may be a bag. The container main body (321) is provided with an agent discharge section (322) for discharging the stored toner or developer, and an air supply section (330) for inflowing air into the container main body. Therefore, it can be suitably used for a developer container. Although the developer storage container is not indispensable, the toner discharge base (322) of the toner storage container (320) is provided with a toner guide base member (323), and the air supply part (330) is provided with an air supply base. The members (331) may be integrally bonded by welding with ultrasonic waves or the like. Furthermore, the bag (321) is made of a resin such as polyethylene or nylon, and may be made of a flexible sheet having a thickness of about 80 to 120 μm with a single-layer or multi-layer structure. 321) may also have a hermetically sealed structure with its peripheral portion welded by ultrasonic waves or the like. Aluminum deposition on the surface of the sheet constituting the bag body (321) is effective against static electricity, and the toner guide base member (323) and the air supply base member (331) are also made of a resin such as polyethylene or nylon. If it is made of the same material as the bag body (321), it is convenient for recycling. On the other hand, the toner guide cap member (323) can be formed from the same material as the container body (320), or can be formed from a hard material from which the adhered toner can be easily removed. The bag body (321) may be provided with a partition member (324) between the toner discharge portion (322) and the air supply portion (330) at the upper portion thereof, and the partition member (324) is moved downward from the upper portion. It may extend toward the bottom of the bag (321) to form two chambers. An open portion between the lower end of the partition member (324) and the bottom of the bag body (321) may be a communication portion (326) that connects the two chambers. Although not indispensable, the container main body (320) is also molded by a blow molding method or the like, and is formed on an air supply base member (331) made of resin or the like provided with a toner discharge portion, for example, about 80 to 200 μm. A bag made of a single sheet or multiple layers of a flexible sheet made of resin or paper such as polyethylene, polypropylene, nylon, polyester, or the like can be fixed, while the toner guide cap member (323 ) Can be formed from the same material as the container body (320), or can be formed from a hard material from which adhering toner can be easily removed.

  This developer storage container can be easily disassembled into a flexible developer storage container main body (321) and a developer discharge section (322) after use, and a sheet-like sealing material is provided on the inlet of the container main body. Is attached to the base member so that the base member is not contaminated by the toner, and the base member is a tubular toner used for filling toner into a copying machine or the like. Since a compatible structure, for example, a screw fitting mechanism, is provided in the same structure as the end of the transfer and filling means, hands and clothes are not soiled during the toner filling operation to the copying machine or the like.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 12, an example is a toner storage container for storing powder toner used in an electrophotographic image forming apparatus, which may be formed in a flat shape and substantially parallel. A toner storage container having at least two surfaces (402) and (407) in a portion excluding the toner discharging portion (410) and being a polyhedron such as a box shape or a hexahedron is described. . Although this toner storage container is not indispensable, the front surface (402) and the back surface (407) may be of the same size and shape, and may be formed in a trapezoidal shape whose width becomes narrower toward the lower portion. In the case of a hexahedron, it may have a larger area than the other four surfaces, and at least one of the other four surfaces may be a curved surface, and the toner discharge hole (410) is closed by a sealing piece. May be.

  Since the front (402) and the back (407) of the toner storage container configured as described above are flat surfaces parallel to each other, they can be stacked and stored, and the front (402) and the back (407) can be stored. When the toner has a larger area than the other four surfaces, it can be stored in a stable state without falling down, and the weight per unit area received by the toner on the lower side compared to, for example, the case where it is placed vertically Can reduce toner aggregation that tends to occur due to long-term storage, etc., and, for example, as shown in the figure, two pieces having a trapezoidal surface are standardized such as A4 size and A5 size. It can be stored, packaged, stored, transported, etc. in the form of a size, and after use it can be folded and reduced in volume and collected at a low logistics cost.

In the above example, the easily deformable container is a toner cartridge, and the size of the container storage box bottom cross section is large enough to be set to the machine body for the purpose of regulating the deformation so as not to expand to a size that cannot be set on the machine body due to deformation. The thickness was 85 mm × 120 mm.
Note that the cross-sectional area of the bottom surface of the container storage box is not limited to this because the content varies depending on the type of machine body and the color of the toner.

Here, the shape of the packing material as shown in FIG. 1 to FIG. 8 is used so that the container can be pressed by the contact resistance without using the material for fixing the position and the buffer material, using the two surfaces of the packing material. Molded.
Moreover, the tapering part was made higher than the container among the shapes of the packing materials as shown in FIGS. 1 to 8 to provide a buffering effect. Moreover, it was the shape of the packaging material as shown in FIGS. 1-8, and the opening part was provided so that it may open from a container storage box bottom face by making the inclined surface into a hinge. Further, a protrusion as shown in FIG. 7 is provided at the tip of the inclined surface so that the protrusion does not slide down even if the protrusion overlaps the inclined surface.
Also, the packing material has the shape shown in FIGS. 1 to 8, and a crease is provided on the side surface so that it can be folded. A perforation is provided on each acute angle ridgeline. Perforations that can be cut off are provided to improve the take-out performance when opening.
Furthermore, printing notation was given so that the inclined surface was the front side, and an operation explanatory diagram was arranged on the opposite surface.

It is an assembly perspective view of an example of the container storage box of the present invention. It is an expanded view of the container storage box example of this invention. It is a perspective view which shows a mode when one example of the container storage box of this invention is folded and volume-reduced. It is the figure which showed the usage example of the container storage box of this example naturally arrange | positioned and assembled | assembled so that it might be easy to handle at the time of storage before use in this invention, or use. It is another figure which showed the usage example of the container storage box of this example naturally arrange | positioned and assembled | assembled so that it might be easy to handle at the time of storage before use in the present invention, or use. It is another figure which showed the usage example of the container storage box of this example naturally arrange | positioned and assembled | assembled so that it might be easy to handle at the time of storage before use in the present invention, or use. It is another figure which showed the usage example of the container storage box of this example naturally arrange | positioned and assembled | assembled so that it might be easy to handle at the time of storage before use in the present invention, or use. It is another figure which showed the usage example of the container storage box of this example naturally arrange | positioned and assembled | assembled so that it might be easy to handle at the time of storage before use in the present invention, or use. It is the figure which showed an example of the mechanism which discharges | emits the content in a flexible bag-shaped container from another container storage box in another apparatus in this invention. It is the figure which showed an example of the mechanism which discharges | emits the content in a flexible bag-shaped container from another container storage box in another apparatus in this invention. It is a figure showing another example of the developer storage container used in the present invention. It is a figure showing another example of the developer storage container used in the present invention.

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320 Agent storage container 321 Agent storage container body (bag)
322 Agent discharge part 323 Toner guide base member 324 Partition member 326 Communication part 330 Air supply part 331 Air supply base member 402 Front face 407 Rear face 410 Toner discharge part a Side wall face b Side wall face c Side wall face d Side wall face e Small area face f Opening surface a1 Side wall part a2 Reinforcing material part b1 Side wall part b2 Reinforcing material part c1 Inserting tongue piece f1 Opening surface f2 Opening face f3 Reinforcing piece f4 Tongue piece f5 Inserting port f6 Flap G (g1) Protrusion h1 Fold h2 Fold j1 Fold Fold j1 Fold k1 Fold k2 Fold L1 Fold L2 Fold L3 Fold L5 Fold L6 Fold L7 Fold L8 Fold m M1 Hinge n1 Fold P1 Hole S1 Cut S2 Cut S3 Cut

Claims (18)

  1. A container storage box for storing and storing an easily deformable container having at least one flexible region capable of discharging a fluid inclusion for image processing when put into a container mounting portion of an image processing apparatus,
    The container storage box has a space above the easily deformable container built in the container storage portion, and has at least one rigid side wall surface that prevents random deformation of the easily deformable container and stores and stores the space. rigid side walls, when the easily deformable container is put into the image processing apparatus state, and are not to restrict the shape of the easy deformability container shape to be housed in the container mounting portion, opposed 2 At least one of the surfaces is inclined, and the gap between the opposing surfaces gradually tapers. Of the two oppositely inclined two wall surfaces, the larger gap has an opening surface different from the side wall surface, and the hinge A lid tongue piece that can be bent in a direction to open and close the opening surface via a portion, and a flap that can be rotated in the opening and closing direction via a hinge portion at a portion of the opening surface facing the lid tongue piece and, the hinge portion of the flap that has an insertion opening of the lid tongue Container storage box to the butterflies.
  2. The container storage box according to claim 1 , further comprising a cut at a base of the insertion portion of the flap.
  3. It has a square part composed of a plurality of side wall surfaces, restricts the shape of the container with at least two opposing surfaces of the square part, and stores the container position fixed by contact resistance with the container. The container storage box according to claim 1 or 2 .
  4. The container storage box according to any one of claims 1 to 3 , wherein the non-inclined surface of the two surfaces is orthogonal to the opening surface.
  5. I have four side wall surfaces, also another two walls and two faces, at least one surface facing inclined, similarly according to any one of claims 1 to 4, characterized in that inclined so as to taper Container storage box.
  6. On the opposite side of the opening surface, the container storage box according to any one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that there is the side wall surface different from a small area surface.
  7. The container storage box according to claim 6 , wherein, when the box is developed, the small area surface is located at the center of the plate-like member.
  8. The container storage box according to any one of claims 1 to 7 , wherein a projection is provided at an end of the inclined wall surface member of at least one of the two surfaces which are inclined and face each other.
  9. Of the two opposing surfaces at least one surface is inclined, any of claims 1 to 8 faces of those who are inclined to characterized in that said opening surface and intersecting end acute angle ridgeline of the opening of the hinge Crab storage box.
  10. Has a notation regarding contents to the surface, to claim 1, characterized in that the inclined surface of the two surfaces, at least one surface facing inclined is said surface SL is disposed such that the upper side (front side) The container storage box according to any one of 9 .
  11. There is a notation regarding the handling of the contents on the surface, and a notation arrangement indicating how to handle the contents and the easily deformable container including the method for replenishing the contents such as toner and developer on the side opposite to the notation related to the contents The container storage box according to claim 1 , wherein the container storage box is provided.
  12. The container storage box according to any one of claims 9 to 11 , wherein there is a notation on the opening surface, and the notation on the opening surface is arranged so that the hinge portion of the acute angle ridge is on the top.
  13. The container according to any one of claims 1 to 12 , wherein a wall surface of the storage box is a plate material that can be folded into a box shape, and is creased so as not to reduce strength in an assembled state. Storage box.
  14.   The container storage box according to claim 1, wherein a perforation is provided in a ridge line next to the hinge of the opening so as not to reduce strength in an assembled state.
  15. The container storage box according to any one of claims 1 to 14 , wherein a cushioning material for fixing the easily deformable container with a contact resistance is provided, and has a prismatic shape.
  16. The container storage according to any one of claims 1 to 15 , further comprising a part of the laminated end, a bent portion on the inner wall side of the box, and a curved surface (R) attached to the laminated end. box.
  17. The container storage box according to any one of claims 1 to 16, wherein a paperboard material or a cardboard material is used.
  18. The easily deformable containers to be accommodated, the toner container storage box according to any one of claims 1 to 17, characterized in that the container of the developer.
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