JP4664590B2 - Peeling device - Google Patents

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JP4664590B2
JP4664590B2 JP2003434422A JP2003434422A JP4664590B2 JP 4664590 B2 JP4664590 B2 JP 4664590B2 JP 2003434422 A JP2003434422 A JP 2003434422A JP 2003434422 A JP2003434422 A JP 2003434422A JP 4664590 B2 JP4664590 B2 JP 4664590B2
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  The present invention relates to a peeling apparatus that peels a label from a strip-shaped mount on which labels are temporarily attached, and particularly relates to a peeling apparatus that folds the strip-shaped mount at the tip of a peeling plate and peels the label from the strip-shaped mount.

FIG. 5 is an explanatory diagram showing a positional relationship between a peeling plate and a pressing roller in a conventional peeling device.
As a conventional peeling device, for example, a belt-like mount 2 on which labels are temporarily attached, a drive mechanism that transports and stops the belt-like mount 2, and a belt-like mount 2 that accompanies the transportation of the belt-like mount 2. There is known a structure having a peeling plate 14 for peeling the label 1 from the label and a label detection unit for detecting the label 1 supplied in a state of protruding from the peeling plate 14.

  The label 1 is conveyed to the peeling plate 14 by conveying the belt-like mount 2 by the driving mechanism, and the belt-like mount 2 is folded back in the direction away from the label 1 at the front end portion A of the peeling plate 14. When the label 1 is peeled off sequentially from the front side in the transport direction and the label 1 is peeled to the rear end in the transport direction, the transport of the belt-like mount 2 is stopped to supply the label 1 in a state of protruding from the belt-like mount 2. It has become. Then, when the operator removes the supplied label 1, the label detecting unit detects that the label 1 has been removed, and based on this label detection signal, the transport of the belt-like mount 2 by the driving mechanism is started again. The next label 1 is supplied.

  Further, in order to peel the label 1 from the strip-shaped mount 2, it is necessary to fold the strip-shaped mount 2 at a predetermined angle at the leading end A of the stripping plate 14, so that the label 1 and the strip-shaped mount 2 are pressed against the stripping plate 14. A pressing roller 40 is provided, and tension is applied to the belt-like backing sheet 2 by the pressing force of the pressing roller 40 and the conveying force for transporting the belt-like backing paper 2 by the drive mechanism so that the belt-like backing paper 2 is not bent on the peeling plate 14. (For example, refer to Patent Document 1).

However, in the prior art, since there is a distance between the pressing roller 40 and the tip end portion A of the peeling plate 14, the pressing force by the pressing roller 40 and the transport force for transporting the strip-shaped mount 2 by the drive mechanism are weak, and the strip-shaped When sufficient tension is not applied to the mount 2, as shown in FIG. 5, the belt-like mount 2 is bent on the release plate 14, and the belt-like mount 2 is attached to a predetermined portion at the leading end A of the release plate 14. The label 1 cannot be folded back at an angle, and the label 1 is not peeled off from the belt-like mount 2. Therefore, it is necessary to increase the pressing force by the pressing roller 40 and the conveying force for conveying the belt-like mount 2 by the driving mechanism. However, if the pressing force of the pressing roller 40 is increased, the surface of the label 1 may be damaged. However, in order to obtain a strong conveying force, expensive parts such as a high-performance motor must be employed, which hinders cost reduction of the apparatus.
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  The present invention has been made in view of such a problem, and an object of the present invention is to weaken the pressing force of the pressing roller that presses the label and the strip-shaped mount on the peeling plate and the transport force for transporting the strip-shaped mount. Even so, the present invention is to provide a peeling device that can fold the belt-like mount at a predetermined angle at the front end portion of the peeling plate and can efficiently peel a thin label.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention has the following configuration.
The gist of the invention described in claim 1 is a peeling device that folds back a label continuous body on which a label is temporarily attached to a belt-like backing sheet at a leading end of a peeling plate, and peels the label from the belt-like backing paper. pressing wherein the front surface of the housing of the peeling device, provided the label feed adjustment volume for setting the feed amount of the label, the top cover having a top surface of said housing, for pressing the label strip on the release plate A roller and a guide roller for guiding the label continuum toward the peeling plate, and the pressing roller moves the label continuum at a location within a radius of the pressing roller from the tip of the peeling plate. In the peeling device, the label feeding amount can be adjusted by the adjustment volume when the peeling plate is pressed. The gist of the invention according to claim 2 resides in the peeling apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the pressing roller presses the label continuous body against the peeling plate at a tip portion of the peeling plate.

  The peeling device of the present invention is configured so that the label and the strip-shaped mount are pressed against the peeling plate by the pressing roller at a location within the radius of the pressing roller from the tip portion of the peeling plate, whereby the label and the strip-shaped mount are placed on the peeling plate. Even if the pressing force of the pressing roller to be pressed and the conveying force for conveying the belt-like mount are weakened, the belt-like backing can be folded at a predetermined angle at the leading end of the peeling plate, and a thin label can be peeled efficiently. There is an effect that can be.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

  FIG. 1 is a schematic configuration diagram showing a configuration of an embodiment of a peeling apparatus according to the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing an external configuration of an embodiment of a peeling apparatus according to the present invention. FIG. 4 is a perspective view showing an external configuration when the cover of the peeling device shown in FIG. 2 is released, and FIG. 4 is an explanatory diagram showing a positional relationship between the peeling plate and the pressing roller shown in FIG.

  Referring to FIG. 1, the peeling device 10 of the present embodiment includes a paper supply shaft 11 on which a roll-shaped continuous label body 3 on which labels 1 are temporarily attached to a belt-like mount 2 at a predetermined interval, and a belt-like mount. The first conveying roller 12 and the second conveying roller 13 that sandwich and convey the sheet 2, the separation plate 14 that separates the label 1 from the belt-like mount 2, and the label continuous body 3 are peeled so as not to sag. A pressing roller 15 that presses the label continuum 3 against the plate 14, a label detection unit 16 that detects the label 1 protruding from the peeling plate 14, a drive motor 17 that rotates the first transport roller 12, and a drive And a control unit 18 for controlling the driving of the motor 17. Reference numeral 19 in FIG. 1 is a guide roller that guides the label continuum 3 toward the peeling plate 14, and reference numeral 20 denotes a belt-like mount 2 from which the label 1 has been peeled off from the peeling plate 14 to the first transport roller. 12 and a guide roller that guides the second transport roller 13.

  The label 1 is supplied by rotating the first conveying roller 12 by a driving motor 17 and sandwiching the belt-like mount 2 from which the label 1 has been peeled between the first conveying roller 12 and the second conveying roller 13 outside the apparatus. The continuous label 3 is conveyed from the paper supply shaft 11 to the peeling plate 14 by being conveyed toward the sheet. The label continuum 3 conveyed to the release plate 14 is peeled off in the direction away from the label 1 on the release plate 14 so that the label 1 is sequentially peeled from the front side in the conveyance direction, and the label 1 is conveyed. When peeling to the rear end portion in the direction, the conveyance of the belt-like mount 2 (label continuous body 3) is stopped, so that the label 1 is held in a state protruding from the belt-like mount 2.

  2 and 3 show the external configuration of the peeling apparatus 10, and an upper surface cover 22 is provided on the upper surface of the housing 21, and a front cover 23 is provided on the front surface of the housing 21. A pressing roller 15 and a guide roller 19 are attached to the upper surface cover 22, and the pressing roller 15 and the guide roller 19 are retracted upward when the upper surface cover 22 is released. Further, the second transport roller 13, the label detection unit 16, and the guide roller 20 are attached to the front cover 23. When the front cover 23 is released, the second transport roller 13, the label detection unit 16, and the guide roller 20 are moved forward. It is configured to evacuate.

  A power switch 25 and a label feed adjustment volume 26 for setting the feed amount of the label 1 are provided on the front surface of the housing 21, and display units 27 are provided on both sides of the front surface of the housing 21. It has been. The display unit 27 is a display unit that displays the state of the apparatus according to a display form such as color and blinking display. For example, a light emitting element such as a multicolor light emitting LED having RGB light emitting elements is used.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the label continuous body 3 is attached with the top cover 22 and the front cover 23 being released, and the roll-shaped continuous label body 3 attached to the paper supply shaft 11 is attached to a predetermined inside of the housing 21. After setting the position, with the label continuous body 3 pulled out and inserted through the belt-like mount outlet 24 (see FIG. 2) formed in the front cover 23, the top cover 22 and the front cover 23 are closed, The pressing roller 15 and the guide roller 19 attached to the upper surface cover 22, and the second conveying roller 13, the label detection unit 16 and the guide roller 20 attached to the front cover 23 are set at predetermined positions. Yes.

  As shown in FIG. 4A, the pressing roller 15 applies the label continuous body 3, that is, the label 1 and the belt-like mount 2 to the peeling plate 14 at the leading end A of the peeling plate 14 from which the label 1 is peeled from the belt-like backing 2. Even if the pressing force of the pressing roller that presses the label 1 and the strip-shaped mount 2 against the release plate 14 and the conveying force for transporting the strip-shaped mount 2 are weaker than those of the prior art, the release plate 14 is configured to press. The belt-like mount 2 can be folded back at a predetermined angle at the front end portion A of the peeling plate 14 without causing the belt-like mount 2 to bend. In addition, as shown in FIG.4 (b), the place which presses the label continuous body 3 against the peeling plate 14 with the press roller 15 is a place within the radius R of the press roller 15 from the front-end | tip part A of the peeling plate 14. As shown in FIG. The desired effect can be obtained.

  In the present embodiment, in a state where the label 1 protrudes from the peeling plate 14 and is supplied, the label 1 is pressed by the pressing roller 15 and is sandwiched between the peeling plate 14 and the pressing roller 15. Since the pressing force of the roller 15 can be set weak, the label 1 can be removed without difficulty if the feed amount is set to be large.

  As described above, according to the present embodiment, the label continuous body 3 is pressed against the peeling plate 14 by the pressing roller 15 at a location within the radius R of the pressing roller 15 from the tip end A of the peeling plate 14. By configuring, even if the pressing force of the pressing roller that presses the label continuous body 3 against the peeling plate 14 and the conveying force for conveying the belt-like mount are weakened, the belt-like backing sheet 2 is predetermined at the front end portion A of the peeling plate 14. The label 1 having a small thickness can be effectively peeled off.

  Note that the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and it is obvious that the embodiments can be appropriately changed within the scope of the technical idea of the present invention. In addition, the number, position, shape, and the like of the constituent members are not limited to the above-described embodiment, and can be set to a suitable number, position, shape, and the like in practicing the present invention. In each figure, the same numerals are given to the same component.

It is a schematic block diagram which shows the structure of embodiment of the peeling apparatus which concerns on this invention. It is a perspective view which shows the external appearance structure of embodiment of the peeling apparatus which concerns on this invention. It is a perspective view which shows the external appearance structure at the time of cover release of the peeling apparatus shown in FIG. It is explanatory drawing which shows the positional relationship of the peeling plate shown in FIG. 1, and a press roller. It is explanatory drawing which shows the positional relationship of the peeling plate and press roller in the conventional peeling apparatus.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Label 2 Strip | belt-shaped mount 3 Label continuous body 10 Peeling device 11 Paper supply axis | shaft 12 1st conveyance roller 13 2nd conveyance roller 14 Peeling plate 15 Pressing roller 16 Label detection part 17 Drive motor 18 Control part 19, 20 Guide roller 21 Case 22 Top cover 23 Front cover 24 Strip mount outlet 25 Power switch 26 Label feed adjustment volume

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  1. Folding the label continuum labels are temporarily adhered at predetermined intervals in the backing strip at the distal end of the peeling plate, a peeling device for peeling the label from the backing strip, the front face of the housing of the release device , provided the label feed adjustment volume for setting the feed amount of the label, the top cover having a top surface of said housing, a pressing roller for pressing the label strip on the release plate, the peeling off the label strip A guide roller for guiding toward the plate, and the pressing roller causes the label continuous body to be pressed against the peeling plate at a location within a radius of the pressing roller from the tip of the peeling plate. A peeling apparatus characterized in that a delivery amount can be adjusted by the adjustment volume.
  2. The peeling device according to claim 1, wherein the pressing roller presses the continuous label body against the peeling plate at a tip portion of the peeling plate.
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