JP5049985B2 - Binding tool - Google Patents

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JP5049985B2
JP5049985B2 JP2009001976A JP2009001976A JP5049985B2 JP 5049985 B2 JP5049985 B2 JP 5049985B2 JP 2009001976 A JP2009001976 A JP 2009001976A JP 2009001976 A JP2009001976 A JP 2009001976A JP 5049985 B2 JP5049985 B2 JP 5049985B2
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あおい 中村
光則 前田
佳照 有本
莞二 田中
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  The present invention relates to a filing binding tool, and in particular, a binding tool used in, for example, a file binder for binding a cellling notebook or a leaf having a binding hole.

Conventionally, a notebook in which a leaf with a hole is bound using a ring-shaped member is not only widened by 360 ° leaf along the shape of the ring; Can be used in half the space compared to a notebook that opens only 180 degrees. However, this cellling type notebook has a drawback that the leaf cannot be replaced.
On the other hand, a leaf using a binding tool disclosed in Japanese Patent No. 3340356 and Japanese Utility Model Laid-Open No. 7-17578, that is, a notebook in which a binding portion for binding a leaf can be opened and closed can be replaced.

Japanese Patent No. 3340356 ACT 7-17578

However, the binding tool of Japanese Patent No. 3340356 is a binding tool composed of two main members (1) having a plurality of comb portions (2), and is a ring that can slide on the tip (7a) of the main member (1a). The member (4) is provided, and the inner shape of the ring member (4) is substantially the same as or slightly smaller than the outer shape of the main member (1a) and the main member (1b) combined. When the fitting means at the tips of the plurality of comb parts are fitted after the two main members are separated for replacement, it takes a relatively long time to fit many comb parts.
Further, in the binding tool disclosed in Japanese Utility Model Laid-Open No. 7-17578, a first member and a second member that stand up with a plurality of binding rings are pivotally attached to a common axis. Therefore, the first member and the second member are not separated, but a bar-like connecting portion that connects a plurality of binding rings is formed at the base of the binding rings 15 and 17, and the protruding portion 23 is formed from the inner side surface of the connecting portion. For example, even if you try to open the binding tool by placing it on a desk, the outside of the base of the ring will protrude to the surface of the desk, the ring will not open sufficiently, and the insertion and removal of the leaf will be compared. Difficult. In addition, integral molding with a synthetic resin is difficult because the manufacturing mold has a complicated structure.
Therefore, a main object of the present invention is to provide a binding device that is easy to manufacture and that allows easy opening and closing of the binding so that leaf replacement is easy.

The binding device according to the present invention includes a plurality of binding portions, a connecting portion for connecting the binding portions, and a shaft portion that becomes a center when opening and closing the binding portion constituting the binding portion , the connection portion is divided into left and right around the said shaft portion includes a first connecting part and the second connecting portion, a pair of binding rods composing the binding rod portions are first constituting the front Symbol connecting portion Each of the first connecting portion and the second connecting portion is connected to the connecting portion of the staple by facing the base portion facing each other so as to be substantially annular when closed with an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion. A binding end locking portion for locking to the binding end facing the binding end when the binding end is closed is formed on the free end opposite to the provided base portion, and the protrusion is projected from the first connecting portion. When the binding object is bound, the scissors are locked and closed at the front end, and the front end that is locked with fingers is disengaged and opened. A plurality of wrinkles are formed in parallel in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion at an appropriate interval, and the binding rod protruding from the second connecting portion is formed at the tip thereof when binding the object to be bound. A pinch binding that is locked and closed and that is disengaged and opened at the tip that is pinched with a finger is formed in parallel with an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, binding rod latching portion, by displacing the binding rods and one of the knob binding rod and the other knob binding rod in parallel at intervals in a direction intersecting the direction of rotation of the binding rods, locking or de The shaft portion includes a shaft portion and a receiving portion for loading a shaft portion that extends in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion and connects the pair of connecting portions, and the receiving portion includes: A first receiving portion connected to the first connecting portion; and a second receiving portion connected to the second connecting portion; The second receiving portion is intermittently formed in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, and rotates around the shaft portion when the binding rod is opened and closed, and relatively displaces the pair of binding rods in the longitudinal direction of the shaft portion. And the disengagement prevention portion is formed on the top side so that the disengagement preventing portion is not disengaged in the rotation direction of the binding rod and in the direction crossing the rotation direction. A locking projection protruding toward the side opposite to the direction in which the interval between the plurality of scissors is reduced, and a locking recess formed in a recess following the locking projection on the base side, see binding rods, when displacing the binding rod latching portion to lock or disengage, in parallel at intervals, by pinching the binding rod in space for pinching the knob binding rods, Plural formed at intervals in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of the binding This is a binding tool formed so as to be displaced by shortening the interval between the stubble bindings .
According to a second aspect of the present invention, there is provided a binding device comprising: a plurality of binding parts; a connecting part for connecting the binding parts; and a shaft part serving as a center for opening and closing the binding parts constituting the binding part. The connecting portion includes a first connecting portion and a second connecting portion that are divided into left and right with the shaft portion as a center, and a pair of bindings constituting the binding portion includes the connecting portion. Each of the first connecting portion and the second connecting portion constituting the connecting portion is connected at the base portion so as to be substantially annular when closed at an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion. At the free end opposite to the base portion connected to the base, a binding hook locking portion for locking to the binding rod facing when the binding rod is closed is formed and protrudes from the first connecting portion. The bound staple is locked and closed at the tip when binding the object to be bound, and the tip locked with the fingers is disengaged and opened. The binding staples having elasticity are formed in parallel with a suitable interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, and the binding staple protruding from the second connecting portion is bound When binding an object, it is locked at its tip and closed, and the stubborn binding with elasticity that is opened by disengaging the tip that is locked with a finger is opened in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion. Are formed in parallel with each other at an appropriate interval, and the binding hook locking portion is configured to bind one binding rod and the other binding rod arranged in parallel with each other in a direction intersecting the rotation direction of the binding rod. The convex portion and the concave portion of one binding rod are engaged with the concave portion and the convex portion of the other binding rod so that the hook is displaced and locked or disengaged. And the concave portion and the concave portion and the convex portion of the other binding rod are protruded and recessed in the opposite direction, and the binding rod includes a rotation direction and a rotation direction of the binding rod. A disengagement prevention portion is formed to prevent disengagement in the inserting direction, and the disengagement prevention portion is directed to the side opposite to the direction side in which the interval between the plurality of binding staples is reduced on the top side. The protruding protrusion has a protruding protrusion and a locking recess formed in a recess following the locking protrusion on the base side, so that the stabbing binding hook locks or disengages the binding hook locking section. When displacing the staples, a plurality of the staples formed in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of the bindings are arranged in a space for holding the binding bindings in parallel with each other. This is a binding tool formed so as to be displaced by shortening the interval between the koji bindings .
A binding device according to a third aspect of the present invention includes a plurality of binding portions, a connecting portion for connecting the binding portions, and a hinge portion for connecting the connecting portions, and the connecting portion includes the hinge. A pair of bindings comprising the first coupling part and the second coupling part, which are divided into left and right with the part as the center, and the binding part constituting the binding part are the first coupling part and the second coupling part constituting the coupling part Are connected to each of the base portions facing each other so as to be substantially annular when closed with an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, and opposite to the base portion connected to the connecting portion of the binding. The binding end for locking the binding end facing the binding end when the binding end is closed is formed at the free end of the binding end, and the binding end protruding from the first connecting portion binds the object to be bound. Sometimes it is locked and closed at its tip, and it has a resilience that is unlocked and opened by pinching with a finger. A plurality of wrinkles are formed in parallel in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion at an appropriate interval, and the binding rod protruding from the second connecting portion is formed at the tip thereof when binding the object to be bound. A plurality of knurled bindings that are locked and closed and elastically opened by disengaging the tips locked by fingers are arranged in parallel at an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion. The staple binding portion is formed by displacing the staple in the direction intersecting the rotational direction of the staple and aligning or releasing the staple with the one and the other staple arranged in parallel at a distance. The convex portion and the concave portion of one binding rod are engaged with the concave portion and the convex portion of the other binding rod, and the convex portion and concave portion of the one binding rod and the concave portion of the other binding rod are engaged. And the protruding portion is protruded and recessed in the opposite direction, and the binding rod is disengaged in the rotation direction of the binding rod and in the direction intersecting the rotation direction. A disengagement prevention portion for preventing the disengagement portion, and the disengagement prevention portion on the top side protrudes toward the opposite side to the direction side in which the interval between the plurality of binding staples is shortened. The first connecting portion and the second connecting portion are regions where the first connecting portion and the second connecting portion face each other. It is provided with an opposing part, and is formed so as to be in close contact with the opposing part when the binding device is closed, and the squeezing binding is spaced when it is displaced so as to lock or disengage the binding hook locking part. The spacing between the plurality of binding staples formed at intervals in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of the binding binding is obtained by holding the binding binding in a space for holding the binding binding in parallel. This is a binding tool formed so as to be contracted and displaced .
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, the binding device comprises a first binding device and a second binding device, the first binding device being divided into left and right with the connecting portion as a center, The pair of scissors binding is formed on the end side in the direction of disengaging the binding latching portion, and the second binding staple is disengaged from the pair of binding bindings. The binding device according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the binding device is formed on an end side in a direction to be opposite to an end side of the first binding rod.
The binding device according to claim 5 of the present invention has a gentle inclined surface formed from a free end so that the locking convex portion of the disengagement preventing portion fits into the locking concave portion while protruding or sliding. A binding device according to any one of claims 1 to 4 .

According to this invention, it is provided with a plurality of binding parts, a connection part for connecting the binding parts , and a shaft part serving as a center when opening and closing the bindings constituting the binding part, and the connection parts are divided to the left and right around the said shaft portion includes a first connecting part and the second connecting portion, a pair of binding rods composing the binding rod portions, the first coupling constituting the front Symbol connecting portion parts and each of the second connecting portion, at appropriate intervals in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, provided continuously at the base facing in a substantially annular when closed, is provided continuously to the coupling portions of the binding rods At the free end opposite to the base, a binding hook locking portion for locking to the binding hook facing when the binding is closed is formed, and the binding hook protruding from the first connecting portion is When the object to be bound is bound, it is locked at the tip and closed, and the tip that is locked by fingering is disengaged and opened. A plurality of binding rods formed in parallel in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion at an appropriate interval and projecting from the second connecting portion are locked at the tip when binding the object to be bound. A plurality of stubborn bindings that are closed and closed with fingers and disengaged to open are formed in parallel in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion at appropriate intervals. The stopping portion is configured to disengage and lock or disengage the binding staples in parallel with each other by displacing the binding staple in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of the binding staples. The shaft portion includes a shaft portion and a receiving portion for loading a shaft portion that extends in a longitudinal direction of the connecting portion and connects the pair of connecting portions, and the receiving portion has a first connection. And a second receiving portion connected to the second connecting portion, and the first receiving portion and the second receiving portion. The hook portion is intermittently formed in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, and rotates around the shaft portion when the binding rod is opened and closed, and relatively displaces the pair of binding rods in the longitudinal direction of the shaft portion. The binding rod is formed with a disengagement prevention portion for preventing disengagement in the rotation direction of the binding rod and in a direction crossing the rotation direction, and the disengagement prevention portion includes a plurality of disengagement prevention portions on the top side. A latching convex portion protruding toward the opposite side to the direction in which the gap between the koji binding rods is reduced, and a latching recess formed in the base side following the latching convex portion; The scissors are arranged in such a manner that the staples are held in a space for holding the scissors binding , which are arranged in parallel at intervals when the staples are displaced so as to be locked or disengaged. Multiple ridges formed at intervals in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of Since it is formed so as to be displaced by reducing the interval between the bindings, it is possible to provide a binding device that is easy to manufacture and that can easily open and close the bindings so that the leaf can be easily replaced. In addition, it is possible to provide a binding tool that can open a binding portion at once by pinching a binding pin in the binding.
According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, the binding portion includes a first binding rod and a second binding rod that are divided into left and right with the connecting portion as a center, and the first binding rod is a pair of pieces to be pinched. The scissors binding is formed on the end side in the direction of disengaging the binding scissors, and the second binding scissors are in the direction in which the pair of scissors binding is disengaged from the binding scissors. Since it is formed on the end side that is opposite to the end side of the first binding rod, when opening or closing the binding rod, the fingers are put in the gap to squeeze the binding rod at a time. It can comprise so that a binding part can be opened and closed .

The above-described object, other objects, features, and advantages of the present invention will become more apparent from the following description of the best mode for carrying out the invention with reference to the drawings.
In this specification and claims, “leaf” is a generic term for objects to be bound such as paper, synthetic resin pockets, and covers.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a notebook using a binding device according to the present invention, FIG. 2 is a perspective view of a binding device according to the present invention, (A) is an overall view, and (B). FIG. 3 is a partially enlarged view, FIG. 3 is a perspective view of the binding device according to the present invention, (A) is an overall view, (B) is a partially enlarged view, C) (D) is a half-split view, FIG. 4 is a perspective view of the first binding member, FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the second binding member, and FIG. 7 is an exploded perspective view of the binding device according to the present invention, FIG. 7 is a front view of the binding device in the closed state, and FIG. 8 is a rear view of the binding device in the closed state. 9 is a cross-sectional view of FIG. 7A-A, FIG. 10 is a cross-sectional view of FIG. 7B-B, and FIG. 11 is a front view of the binding device in a state of starting to open. FIG. 12 is a rear view of the binding device in a state of starting to open, FIG. 13 is a front view of the binding device in the opened state, and FIG. 14 is a rear view of the binding device in the opened state. 15 is an illustrative view, FIG. 15 is an illustrative sectional view of FIG. 13A-A, and FIG. 16 is an illustrative sectional view of FIG. 13B-B.
A binding tool 10 according to the present invention includes a plurality of binding portions 12, a connecting portion 14 for connecting the binding portions 12, and a shaft that is the center when opening and closing the binding portions constituting the binding portion 12. It is a binding tool provided with the part 16, Comprising: It is comprised so that the binding part 12 closed with the binding part 12 can be opened.
The binding tool 10 is mainly configured for a notebook similar to a notebook generally referred to as a cellling notebook, and rotates the leaf 110 along the binding portion 12 of the binding tool 10 to spread it 360 degrees. That is, the leaf 110 bound to the binding portion 12 is turned along the binding and turned 360 degrees. When the leaf 110 is closed, the front side and the back side of the leaf 110 at both ends are in contact with each other with the shaft portion 16 therebetween. It is configured so that it can.
Usually, a cover that is relatively harder than the paper is laminated on the front side and the back side of the paper to be written with binding holes. In this specification and claims, the front side and the back side of the leaf 110 The front side of the front cover on the front side, such as a synthetic resin pocket, and the back side of the back cover on the back side are included.

The binding rod constituting the binding portion 12 is connected to the connecting portion 14 with an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of each of the pair of connecting portions 14 constituting the connecting portion 14 so that the pair of binding staples face each other. The binding portion 12 is provided with a first binding rod 20 and a second binding rod 30 that are symmetrical and separated from each other about the shaft portion 16.
The connection part 14 includes a first connection part 50 and a second connection part 60 that are symmetrical and separated from each other about the shaft part 16. The first connection part 50 and the second connection part 60 are: It is a substantially columnar shape extending linearly in the longitudinal direction from the far side to the near side.

  In this embodiment, the first binding rod 20 and the first connecting portion 50 are formed on the first binding member 18A, and the second binding rod 30 and the second connecting portion 60 are connected to the second binding member 18B. The first binding member 18A and the second binding member 18B are formed symmetrically. The first binding member 18A is integrally formed of synthetic resin, and similarly, the second binding member 18B is integrally formed of synthetic resin.

The connecting portion 14 turns the leaf 110 bound to the binding portion 12 along the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30, changes it 360 degrees, and closes the front side of the leaf 110 at both ends when closed. The shaft portion 16 is continuously provided at a position close to the bases of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 in the lower portion so that the back side can be in contact with the shaft portion 16 therebetween.
The shaft portion 16 extends in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion 14 (the first connecting portion 50 and the second connecting portion 60) and connects the pair of connecting portions 14 (the first connecting portion 50 and the second connecting portion 60). When the free end 20b of the first binding rod 20 and the free end 30b of the second binding rod 30 are closed together, and the free end 20b of the first binding rod 20 and the free end 30b of the second binding rod 30 The leaf 110 bound to the binding portion 12 is turned along the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 and can be turned 360 degrees.

The binding portion 12 is connected to the first binding rod 20 at the free end 20b and the free end 30b opposite to the base portion 20a and the base portion 30a connected to the connecting portion 14 of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30. And the staple binding part for latching when the 2nd staple 30 is closed is formed. That is, the first binding rod 20 is formed with the first binding rod binding portion 22 at the free end 20b on the opposite side of the base portion 20a, and the second binding rod 30 is opposite to the base portion 30a. The binding end 32 of the second binding rod is formed at the free end 30b which is the top portion on the side.
The binding portion 12 has a height direction (vertical direction) from the base portion 20a and the base portion 30a to the top portion, and from an outer peripheral portion (outer portion) of the first binding rod 20 to an outer peripheral portion (outer portion) of the second binding rod 30. Width direction (horizontal direction) to reach, the thickness in the length direction of the binding tool than the thickness of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 (the length between the outer peripheral portion and the inner peripheral portion). The first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 have a longer cross-sectional rectangular shape. And the 1st binding rod 20 and the 2nd binding rod 30 are comprised by the shape penetrated by the binding hole 112 of the leaf 110 so that the leaf 110 can be wound from the base 20a and the base 30a to the top part. ing.
The binding binding portion 22 of the first binding rod and the binding binding portion 32 of the second binding rod are in a direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 to be locked, that is, When the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are relatively moved in the longitudinal direction of the shaft portion 16 and the leading ends of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed together, they are locked or first It is formed so as to be disengaged when the tips of the binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are separated.

The first binding rod 20 is composed of a semicircular arc-shaped half split rod 20A so as to be a substantially annular binding rod when closed, and the second binding rod 30 is a substantially annular binding rod when closed. The half split rod 30A is formed of a semicircular arc shape so as to be a saddle, and the half split rod 20A and the half split rod 30A are configured to face each other.
Then, the tips of the half split bar 20A and the half split bar 30A, that is, the first binding bar 20 and the second split bar 20A, are inserted so that the leaf 110 can be bound by being inserted into the binding hole 112 previously drilled in the leaf 110. The top of the binding rod 30 is configured to be locked or linked.

The half split rice bowl 20A constituting the first binding basket 20 includes two types of binding hooks.
That is, the first binding rod 20 is locked at the tip when the leaf 110 is bound and closed, and the first binding rod 120a is opened by disengaging the tip locked by the fingers. When binding the leaf 110, the third binding staple 120b, the fifth binding staple 120c, and the seventh staple binding 120d are closed at the tip of the leaf 110, and when the binding binding is opened. And a first non-smudged binding 40 opened together.
Similar to the first binding rod 20, the half split rod 30 </ b> A constituting the second binding rod 30 includes two types of binding rods.
That is, the second binding rod 30 is locked and closed at the tip when the leaf 110 is bound, and the second binding rod 130a is opened by disengaging the tip locked by the finger. When binding the leaf 110, the fourth kneading binding 130b, the sixth scissor binding 130c, and the eighth scissor binding 130d are closed at the tip of the leaf 110, and when the kneading binding is opened. And a second non-stubborn binding bar 42 that is opened together.

“Rumming” means that at least two half-split rods 20A and half-split rods 20A, or half-split rods 30A and half-split rods 30A, which are arranged in parallel at an interval, are pinched with, for example, an index finger and a thumb. Half split rod 20A and half split rod 20A or half split rod 20A or two half split rods 30A and half split rod 30A are shortened so that half split rod 30A and half split rod are opposed to and engaged with half split rod 20A. It means to disengage from the half split plate 20A facing and engaging with 30A.
In this embodiment, the first and second scissors bindings 120a and 130a are opposed and engaged, and the third and second scissor bindings 120b and 130b are opposed and engaged. As a result, the fifth scissor binding rod 120c and the sixth scissor binding rod 130c are opposed and engaged, and the seventh scissor binding rod 120d and the eighth scissor binding rod 130d are opposed and engaged. .
Then, the first binding rod 120a and the third binding rod 120b of the first binding rod 20 are pinched by the index finger and the thumb of the left hand, for example, and the distance between them is reduced, so that the second binding rod 30 second The second binding rod 30 is configured to be disengaged from the knurling binding rod 130a and the fourth binding binding rod 130b and rotated in the width direction to open the first binding rod 20. The distance between the 130c and the eighth scissors binding 130d is reduced, for example, by the index finger and the thumb of the right hand, and the relationship between the fifth scissors binding 120c and the seventh scissors binding 120d of the first binding 20 The second binding rod 30 is configured to be opened and rotated in the width direction to open the second binding rod 30.

The half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 and the half split rod 30A constituting the second binding rod 30 are the first binding rod binding portion 22 of the half split rod 20A and the half split rod 30A. The second binding rod is connected to the binding hook locking portion 32 to be connected in a substantially annular shape.
The first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are the bindings of the binding binding portion 22 of the first binding rod 120a of the first binding rod and the third binding rod 120b of the first binding rod. By pinching the hook locking portion 22 with a finger, the binding hook locking portion 22 of the first binding hook 120a of the locked first binding hook and the second binding hook 130a of the second binding hook. The binding binding portion 32 of the first binding rod and the binding binding portion 22 of the third binding binding rod 120b of the first binding rod and the binding binding portion 32 of the fourth binding binding rod 130b of the second binding rod are disengaged. In addition, it is possible to use a finger to pinch the binding hook engaging portion 32 of the sixth binding rod 130c of the second binding rod and the binding hook engaging portion 32 of the eighth binding rod 130d of the second binding rod. As a result, the staple binding portion 32 of the sixth staple binding 130c of the second staple and the staple binding portion 22 and the second staple of the fifth staple 120c of the first staple are connected. The binding lock 32 of the eighth binding staple 130d of the binding The binding rod latching portion 22 of the seventh knob binding rod 120d of the first binding rod to be able to Datsukakari is configured.

The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod at the distal end constituting the binding binding portion 22a of the first binding staple 120a formed at the distal end of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 and the first binding The first binding rod recess 26 following the ridge projection 24 and the second end of the binding pin 32a of the second binding rod 130a of the half split rod 30A constituting the second binding rod 30. The convex portion 34 of the binding rod and the concave portion 36 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 24 of the first binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 22a of the first binding rod 120a formed at the tip of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 It protrudes toward the other side, which is the opposite side. And the concave part 26 of the 1st binding after the convex part 24 of the 1st binding is recessed toward the near side. The convex portion 34 of the second binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 32a of the second binding binding rod 130a formed at the tip of the half split rod 30A is protruded toward the front side that is the side in which the second binding binding is carried out. ing. And the concave part 36 of the 2nd binding rod following the convex part 34 of the 2nd binding rod of the front-end | tip is dented toward the other side.
The first binding rod convex portion 24, the first binding rod convex portion 26, the second binding rod convex portion 34, and the second binding rod 20 are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. The binding recess 36 is protruded or recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod and the binding pinching portion 32a of the second binding rod 130a of the half split rod 30A constituting the binding rod locking portion 22a of the first binding rod 120a of the half split rod 20A. Is protruded in the opposite direction from the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod.
Further, the concave portion 26 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22a of the first binding rod 120a of the half split rod 20A and the binding pinching portion of the second binding binding rod 130a of the half split rod 30A. The concave portion 36 of the second binding rod constituting the portion 32a is formed to be recessed in the opposite direction.

The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod at the front end constituting the binding binding portion 22b of the third binding binding rod 120b formed at the front end of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 and the first binding The first binding rod recess 26 following the ridge protrusion 24 and the second end of the binding rod engaging portion 32b of the fourth binding rod 130b of the half split rod 30A constituting the second binding rod 30. The convex portion 34 of the binding rod and the concave portion 36 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 24 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22b of the third binding rod 120b formed at the tip of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 It protrudes toward the near side, which is the opposite side. And the recessed part 26 of the 1st binding after the convex part 24 of the 1st binding is recessed toward the other side. The convex portion 34 of the second binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 32b of the fourth binding binding rod 130b formed at the tip of the half split rod 30A is protruded toward the opposite side which is the side in which the second binding binding is carried out. ing. And the concave part 36 of the 2nd binding rod following the convex part 34 of the 2nd binding rod of the front-end | tip is dented toward the near side.
The first binding rod convex portion 24, the first binding rod convex portion 26, the second binding rod convex portion 34, and the second binding rod 20 are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. The binding recess 36 is protruded or recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22b of the third binding rod 120b of the half split rod 20A and the binding rod locking portion 32b of the fourth binding rod 130b of the half split rod 30A. Is protruded in the opposite direction from the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod.
Further, the concave portion 26 of the first binding rod constituting the binding rod locking portion 22b of the third binding rod 120b of the half split rod 20A and the binding pinching portion of the fourth binding binding rod 130b of the half split rod 30A. A recess 36 is formed in the opposite direction to the recess 36 of the second binding rod constituting 32b.

The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod at the tip constituting the binding pinching portion 22c of the fifth binding rod 120c formed at the tip of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 and the first binding The first binding rod recess 26 following the ridge projection 24 and the second end of the binding rod locking portion 32c of the sixth binding rod 130c of the half split rod 30A constituting the second binding rod 30. The convex portion 34 of the binding rod and the concave portion 36 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 24 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22c of the fifth binding rod 120c formed at the tip of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 It protrudes toward the near side. And the recessed part 26 of the 1st binding after the convex part 24 of the 1st binding is recessed toward the other side. The convex portion 34 of the second binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 32c of the sixth binding binding rod 130c formed at the tip of the half split rod 30A is directed to the opposite side, which is the opposite side to the direction of pinching. Is sticking out. And the concave part 36 of the 2nd binding rod following the convex part 34 of the 2nd binding rod of the front-end | tip is dented toward the near side.
The first binding rod convex portion 24, the first binding rod convex portion 26, the second binding rod convex portion 34, and the second binding rod 20 are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. The binding recess 36 is protruded or recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod constituting the binding rod locking portion 22c of the fifth binding rod 120c of the half split rod 20A and the binding rod locking portion 32c of the sixth binding rod 130c of the half split rod 30A. Is protruded in the opposite direction from the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod.
Further, the concave portion 26 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22c of the fifth binding rod 120c of the half split rod 20A and the binding rod locking portion of the sixth pinching binding rod 130c of the half split rod 30A. The recess 36 of the second binding rod constituting the portion 32c is formed to be recessed in the opposite direction.

The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod at the distal end constituting the binding binding portion 22d of the seventh binding staple 120d formed at the distal end of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 and the first binding A concave portion 26 of the first binding rod following the convex portion 24 of the collar, and a second end of the binding pinching portion 32d of the eighth binding rod 130d of the half split rod 30A constituting the second binding rod 30. The convex portion 34 of the binding rod and the concave portion 36 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 24 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22d of the seventh binding rod 120d formed at the tip of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 It protrudes toward the other side. And the concave part 26 of the 1st binding after the convex part 24 of the 1st binding is recessed toward the near side. The convex portion 34 of the second binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 32d of the eighth binding rod 130d formed at the tip of the half split rod 30A is directed toward the front side that is the opposite side to the pinching direction. Is sticking out. And the concave part 36 of the 2nd binding rod following the convex part 34 of the 2nd binding rod of the front-end | tip is dented toward the other side.
The first binding rod convex portion 24, the first binding rod convex portion 26, the second binding rod convex portion 34, and the second binding rod 20 are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed. The binding recess 36 is protruded or recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 24 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22d of the seventh binding rod 120d of the half split rod 20A and the binding pinching portion 32d of the eighth binding rod 130d of the half split rod 30A. Is protruded in the opposite direction from the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod.
Further, the concave portion 26 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 22d of the seventh binding rod 120d of the half split rod 20A and the binding pinching portion of the eighth binding binding rod 130d of the half split rod 30A. The concave portion 36 of the second binding rod constituting the portion 32d is formed to be recessed in the opposite direction.

The binding rod locking portion 22a of the first binding rod 120a and the binding rod locking portion 32a of the second binding rod 130a are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 28 and the disengagement prevention unit 38 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 28 of the first koji binding rod 120a has a nose-like locking convex portion 28a protruding toward the opposite side of the top side and the front side on the base portion 20a side. A locking recess 28b is formed on the base 20a side following the locking protrusion 28a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 38 of the second koji binding rod 130a includes a snare-like locking convex portion 38a protruding toward the near side, which is a direction to be pinched on the top side, and a locking recess recessed toward the other side on the base portion 30a side. A locking recess 38b is formed on the base 30a side following the locking projection 38a on the free end side.
When the first binding staple 120a of the first binding staple 20 and the second binding staple 130a of the second binding staple 30 are closed, the locking protrusion of the disengagement prevention portion 28 of the first binding staple 120a. The portion 28 a is fitted into the locking recess 38 b of the disengagement prevention portion 38, and the locking protrusion 38 a of the disengagement prevention portion 38 of the second pinching binding 130 a is fitted into the locking recess 28 b of the disengagement prevention portion 28. The engaging protrusions 28a and the engaging protrusions 38a come into contact with each other when the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are pulled in the rotation direction.
The disengagement preventing portion 28 of the binding hook locking portion 22a of the first binding binding rod 120a is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding locking portion 32a of the second binding binding rod 130a, and the first binding binding rod 22a. When the staple binding portion 22a of 120a and the staple binding portion 32a of the second binding staple 130a are engaged, the second binding rod 30 is prevented from moving upward due to impact or the like. ing.
The disengagement preventing portion 38 of the binding hook locking portion 32a of the second binding binding rod 130a is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 22a of the first binding binding rod 120a, and the first binding binding rod 130a. The first binding rod 20 is prevented from moving upward due to impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 22a of 120a and the binding rod locking portion 32a of the second binding binding rod 130a are engaged. ing.
As described above, in this embodiment, a finger is put into the first space 122a on the other side of the first koji binding rod 120a and the third space 122b on the near side of the third kink binding rod 120b. The first koji binding rod 120a and the third kneading binding rod 120b are displaced by pinching the top portions of the first kneading binding rod 120a and the third kneading binding rod 120b with a finger, and the first binding The binding rod locking portion 22a of the first binding rod 120a of the half split rod 20A of the rod 20 and the binding rod locking portion 32a of the second binding rod 130a of the half split rod 30A of the second binding rod 30. The engagement can be disengaged.
When closing, the locking convex portion 28a of the disengagement preventing portion 28 and the locking convex portion 38a of the disengagement preventing portion 38 fit into the locking concave portion 38b and the locking concave portion 28b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The binding rod locking portion 22b of the third binding rod 120b and the binding rod locking portion 32b of the fourth binding rod 130b are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 28 and the disengagement prevention unit 38 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 28 of the third kneading binding rod 120b has a nose-like locking convex portion 28a that protrudes toward the front side opposite to the side that is pinched on the top portion side, and the opposite side on the base portion 20a side. A locking recess 28b is formed on the base 20a side following the locking protrusion 28a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 38 of the fourth stabbing binding rod 130b includes a snare-like locking convex portion 38a that protrudes toward the far side, which is the direction of stagnation on the top side, and a locking that is recessed toward the near side on the base portion 30a side. A locking recess 38b is formed on the base 30a side following the locking projection 38a on the free end side.
When the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed, the locking convex portion 28a of the disengagement preventing portion 28 of the third pinching binding rod 120b is fitted into the locking concave portion 38b of the disengaging prevention portion 38. Then, the locking convex portion 38a of the disengagement preventing portion 38 of the fourth stabbing binding rod 130b is fitted into the locking concave portion 28b of the disengagement preventing portion 28, and the locking convex portion 28a and the locking convex portion 38a are When the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are pulled in the rotation direction, they abut.
The disengagement preventing portion 28 of the binding pin engaging portion 22b of the third binding binding rod 120b is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 32b of the fourth binding binding rod 130b, and the third binding binding rod 30b. The second binding rod 30 is prevented from moving upward by an impact or the like when the binding binding portion 22b of 120b is engaged with the binding binding portion 32b of the fourth binding binding rod 130b. ing.
The disengagement prevention portion 38 of the binding pin engaging portion 32b of the fourth binding rod 130b is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 22b of the third binding binding rod 120b, and the third binding binding rod 32b. The first binding rod 20 is prevented from moving upward due to an impact or the like when the binding binding portion 22b of 120b and the binding binding portion 32b of the fourth binding binding rod 130b are engaged. ing.
Thus, in this embodiment, by pinching the tops of the first and third binding staples 120a and 120b with fingers, the first and third binding bindings 120a and 120b are used. 120b is displaced so that the second binding rods 30A of the first binding rods 20A of the first binding rod 20 and the fourth binding binding portions 22b of the half binding rods 30A of the second binding rod 30. The engagement with the binding lock portion 32b of 130b can be released.
When closing, the locking convex portion 28a of the disengagement preventing portion 28 and the locking convex portion 38a of the disengagement preventing portion 38 fit into the locking concave portion 38b and the locking concave portion 28b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The binding rod locking portion 22c of the fifth binding rod 120c and the binding rod locking portion 32c of the sixth binding rod 130c are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 28 and the disengagement prevention unit 38 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 28 of the fifth kneading binding rod 120c has a snare-like locking projection 28a protruding toward the near side, which is the direction of folding on the top side, and a locking recess recessed toward the other side on the base 20a side. A locking recess 28b is formed on the base 20a side following the locking projection 28a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 38 of the sixth stabbing binding rod 130c has a nose-like locking convex portion 38a protruding toward the opposite side, which is opposite to the direction of squeezing on the top side, and toward the front side on the base 30a side. A locking recess 38b is formed on the base 30a side following the locking protrusion 38a on the free end side.
When the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed, the locking convex portion 28a of the disengagement prevention portion 28 of the fifth stencil binding rod 120c is fitted into the locking concave portion 38b of the disengagement prevention portion 38. Then, the locking convex portion 38a of the disengagement preventing portion 38 of the sixth binding staple 130c is fitted into the locking concave portion 28b of the disengagement preventing portion 28, and the locking convex portion 28a and the locking convex portion 38a are When the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are pulled in the rotation direction, they abut.
The disengagement preventing portion 28 of the binding pinching portion 22c of the fifth binding rod 120c is protruded toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 32c of the sixth binding rod 130c, and the fifth binding binding rod 22c. The second binding rod 30 is prevented from moving upward due to an impact or the like when the binding binding portion 22c of 120c and the binding binding portion 32c of the sixth binding binding rod 130c are engaged. ing.
The disengagement preventing portion 38 of the binding pin engaging portion 32c of the sixth binding rod 130c is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 22c of the fifth binding binding rod 120c, and the fifth binding binding rod 130c. The first binding rod 20 is prevented from moving upward due to an impact or the like when the binding binding portion 22c of 120c and the binding binding portion 32c of the sixth binding binding rod 130c are engaged. ing.
As described above, in this embodiment, a finger is put into the sixth space portion 124c on the other side of the sixth massaging binding rod 130c and the eighth space portion 124d on the near side of the eighth massaging binding rod 130d, By gripping the tops of the sixth kneading binding rod 130c and the eighth kneading binding rod 130d with a finger, the sixth binding binding rod 130c and the eighth kneading binding rod 130d are displaced, and the first binding binding The relationship between the binding rod locking portion 22c of the fifth binding rod 120c of the 20 half split rod 20A and the binding rod locking portion 32c of the sixth binding rod 130c of the half binding rod 30A of the second binding rod 30. Can be removed.
When closing, the locking convex portion 28a of the disengagement preventing portion 28 and the locking convex portion 38a of the disengagement preventing portion 38 fit into the locking concave portion 38b and the locking concave portion 28b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The binding hook locking portion 22d of the seventh binding rod 120d and the binding binding portion 32d of the eighth binding rod 130d are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 28 and the disengagement prevention unit 38 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement preventing portion 28 of the seventh tasting binding rod 120d includes a snare-shaped locking convex portion 28a protruding toward the far side, which is the direction of scooping on the top portion side, and a latching recessed toward the far side on the base portion 20a side. A locking recess 28b is formed on the base 20a side following the locking projection 28a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 38 of the eighth stabbing binding rod 130d has a nose-like locking convex portion 38a that protrudes toward the front side opposite to the direction in which it is pinched on the top portion side, and toward the front side on the base portion 30a side. A locking recess 38b is formed on the base 30a side following the locking protrusion 38a on the free end side.
When the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are closed, the locking convex portion 28a of the disengagement prevention portion 28 of the seventh stapling binding rod 120d is fitted into the locking concave portion 38b of the disengagement prevention portion 38. Then, the locking convex portion 38a of the disengagement preventing portion 38 of the eighth stabbing binding rod 130d is fitted into the locking concave portion 28b of the disengagement preventing portion 28, and the locking convex portion 28a and the locking convex portion 38a are When the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are pulled in the rotation direction, they abut.
The disengagement prevention portion 28 of the binding pin engaging portion 22d of the seventh binding rod 120d is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 32d of the eighth binding rod 130d, and the seventh binding binding rod The second binding rod 30 is prevented from moving upward by an impact or the like when the binding binding portion 22d of 120d is engaged with the binding binding portion 32d of the eighth binding binding rod 130d. is doing.
The disengagement preventing portion 38 of the binding pin engaging portion 32d of the eighth binding rod 130d is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 22d of the seventh binding rod 120d, and the seventh binding binding rod The first binding rod 20 is prevented from moving upward by an impact or the like when the binding binding portion 22d of 120d and the binding binding portion 32d of the eighth binding staple 130d are engaged. ing.
Thus, in this embodiment, the sixth kneading binding rod 130c and the eighth kneading binding rod 130c are pinched with the fingers by the fingers. 130d is displaced, and the second binding rod 30A of the first binding rod 20A of the half binding rod 20A of the first binding rod 20 and the eighth binding binding rod of the half binding rod 30A of the second binding rod 30 are separated. It is possible to disengage the 130d binding portion 32d.
When closing, the locking convex portion 28a of the disengagement preventing portion 28 and the locking convex portion 38a of the disengagement preventing portion 38 fit into the locking concave portion 38b and the locking concave portion 28b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The first non-stagnation binding 40 of the half-split 20A constituting the first binding 20 includes a convex portion 46a of the first non-sturing binding 40 at the tip constituting the first connecting portion 46 and the first non-stagnation binding 40. The second non-stagnation binding rod 42 of the half split collar 30A that includes the concave portion 46b of the first non-stapling binding rod 40 following the convex portion 46a of the binding binding rod 40, A convex portion 48a of the second non-stagnation binding rod 42 at the tip constituting the connecting portion 48, and a concave portion 48b of the second non-stagnation binding rod 42 following the convex portion 48a of the second non-stagnation binding rod 42 at the tip thereof. It has. The convex portion 46a and the concave portion 46b of the first non-stapling binding rod 40 and the convex portion 48a and the concave portion 48b of the second non-stapling binding rod 42 closed the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30. Sometimes it protrudes or dents in the opposite direction to engage.
That is, the convex part 46a of the first non-stapling binding rod 40 constituting the first connecting portion 46 of the first non-stapling binding rod 40 of the half split rod 20A constituting the first binding rod 20 is directed toward the front side. Is sticking out. And the recessed part 46b of the 1st non-stagnation binding 40 following the convex part 46a of the 1st non-staining binding 40 is dented toward the other side. The convex part 48a of the second non-stagnation binding bar 42 that constitutes the second connecting part 48 of the second non-stagnation binding bar 42 formed at the tip of the half split bar 30A is projected toward the other side. . And the recessed part 48b of the 2nd non-stagnation binding band 42 following the convex part 48a of the 2nd non-stagnation binding band 42 of the front-end | tip is dented toward the near side.
The convex portion 46a of the first non-stapling binding rod 40 and the concave portion 46b of the first non-stapling binding rod 40 are connected to the second non-stapling so that the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are connected to each other. The convex portion 48a of the binding rod 42 and the concave portion 48b of the second non-stubging binding rod 42 are protruded or recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex part 46a of the 1st non-stagnation binding rod 40 which comprises the 1st connection part 46 of the 1st non-scumming binding rod 40 of the half split collar 20A, and the 2nd non-stagnation binding rod 42 of the half split collar 30A. The convex part 48a of the second non-stubging binding element 42 constituting the two linking part 48 is provided so as to protrude in the opposite direction.
Further, the recesses 46b of the first non-stagnation binding rod 40 and the second non-stagnation binding rod 42 of the half split rod 30A, which constitute the first connecting portion 46 of the first non-stencil binding rod 40 of the half split rod 20A. The concave portion 48b of the second non-stubging binding portion 42 constituting the second connecting portion 48 is formed in a concave direction.

The first connecting portion 50 of the first binding member 18A constituting the connecting portion 14 includes a first connecting portion facing portion 56 that is a region where the first connecting portion 50 and the second connecting portion 60 face each other, and the first connecting portion 50 and the second connecting portion 60. An outer portion 52 of the first connecting portion facing the opposing portion 56 of the first connecting portion and the first binding rod 20 projecting therefrom, and an outer portion 52 of the first connecting portion and the opposing portion 56 of the first connecting portion. A lower portion 58 of the first connecting portion provided with the shaft portion 16 is provided on a surface intersecting the opposing portion 56 of the first connecting portion and the outer portion 52 of the first connecting portion.
The second connecting portion 60 of the second binding member 18B constituting the connecting portion 14 includes an opposing portion 66 of the second connecting portion, which is a region where the first connecting portion 50 and the second connecting portion 60 face each other, and the second connecting portion 60. An outer portion 62 of the second connecting portion opposite to the opposing portion 66 of the two connecting portions and the second binding rod 30 projecting from the opposing portion 66 of the second connecting portion and the outer portion 62 of the second connecting portion. A lower portion 68 of the second connecting portion having the shaft portion 16 connected to the opposite portion 66 of the second connecting portion and the outer portion 62 of the second connecting portion.
In this embodiment, the 1st connection part 50 and the 2nd connection part 60 are substantially square pillar shape.
The opposing portion 56 of the first connecting portion and the opposing portion 66 of the second connecting portion are planes that are perpendicular to the rotation direction and extend vertically, that is, in the height direction when the binding device 10 is closed, as shown in FIG. And as shown in FIG. 10, it forms so that it may closely_contact | adhere when the binding tool 10 is closed.

The connecting portion 14 has, on its side surface, an opening angle restricting portion 70 for restricting the opening angle of the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 to an angle at which the leaf 110 can be easily inserted, for example, about 60 to 70 degrees. An opening angle restricting portion 72 is formed.
The opening angle restricting portion 70 of the first binding member 18A has a substantially semicircular cross section formed continuously with the first receiving portion 80 of the lower side portion 58 of the first connecting portion of the first connecting portion 50, The joint surface 70a extends downward from the lower portion 58 of the first connecting portion, while the opening angle restricting portion 72 of the second binding member 18B is below the second connecting portion of the second connecting portion 60. It has a substantially semicircular cross section formed continuously from the second receiving portion 90 of the portion 68, and includes a joint surface 72a extending downward from the lower portion 68 of the second connecting portion.
When the binding portion 12 is closed, the joining surface 70a of the opening angle restricting portion 70 and the joining surface 72a of the opening angle restricting portion 72 are inclined surfaces opened approximately 70 degrees as shown in FIG. When the binding portion 12 is opened, the joining surface 70a of the opening angle restricting portion 70 and the joining surface 72a of the opening angle restricting portion 72 are in contact with each other as shown in FIG. The opening angle of the scissors 10A and the half scissors 30A is restricted to an angle at which the leaf 110 can be easily inserted.

The shaft portion 16 includes a receiving portion of the shaft portion 100 and the shaft portion 100.
The receiving part includes a first receiving part 80 connected to the first connecting part 50 and a second receiving part 90 connected to the second connecting part 60, and the shaft part 100 is connected to the connecting part 14. The first binding member and the second binding member are connected in a continuous manner from the far side to the near side along the longitudinal direction.
The first receiving portion 80 and the second receiving portion 90 are connected to the binding portion 12 and / or the connecting portion 14, and are an opening for loading the shaft portion 100 (an opening 84 of the first receiving portion 80). And the opening 94) of the second receiving portion 90 is formed on the side surface, and when the tips of the half-split 20A and half-split 30A are closed together, and the tips of the half-split 20A and half-split 30A are spaced apart. The leaf 110 bound to the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 is sometimes turned as a center of rotation, and the leaf 110 is wound along the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 and can be turned 360 degrees. Has been.

  The first receiving portion 80 and the second receiving portion 90 are intermittently formed in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion 14, and the half split rod 20 </ b> A and the half split rod 30 </ b> A rotate around the shaft portion 100 and The first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are formed so as to be relatively displaced in the longitudinal direction when opening and closing.

The shaft portion 100 is a rod-shaped metal rod having a circular cross section. Correspondingly, the first receiving part 80 and the second receiving part 90 are arcuate as a whole, the inner circular arc part 86 and the circular arc part 96 are loaded with the shaft part 100, and on the outer upper part thereof, The connecting portion 14 is continuously provided so as to project in the direction opposite to the projecting direction of the half split bar 20A and the half split bar 30A.
In this embodiment, the shaft portion 100, the first receiving portion 80, and the second receiving portion 90 are separate members, and the first receiving portion 80 is formed integrally with the first binding member 18A from synthetic resin. The second receiving portion 90 is formed integrally with the second binding member 18B from synthetic resin.
The shaft portion 100 is formed so as to reach from the first receiving portion 80 on the farthest side of the first binding member 18A to the second receiving portion 90 on the most front side of the second binding member 18B. .

When the first receiving portion 80 on the first binding tool member 18A side is loaded on the shaft portion 100, the first receiving portion 82 is intermittently formed between the adjacent first receiving portions 80, and the second When the second receiving portion 90 on the binding tool member 18 </ b> B side is loaded on the shaft portion 100, the second accommodating portion 92 is intermittently formed between the adjacent second receiving portions 90.
And when the 1st binding rod 20 and the 2nd binding rod 30 are closed, on the axis line of the axial part 16, the 1st binding tool member 18A is the 1st accommodating part 82 in the 1st binding member 18B. The second receiving member 90 is accommodated, and the second binding member 18B accommodates the first receiving portion 80 of the first binding member 18A in the second accommodating portion 92, and the adjacent first binding member 18A. Between the first receiving portion 80 and the second receiving portion 90 of the second binding member 18B and between the second receiving portion 90 of the second binding member 18B and the first receiving portion 80 of the first binding member 18A. Are arranged with an appropriate interval between them. Between the first receiving portion 80 of the adjacent first binding member 18A and the second receiving portion 90 of the second binding member 18B and between the second receiving portion 90 and the first binding portion of the adjacent second binding member 18B. The appropriate distance between the first receiving portion 80 of the member 18A is that the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are relatively moved toward the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion 14, that is, the near side and the far side. The length required to disengage the binding hook locking portion 22 of the first binding rod and the binding binding portion 32 of the second binding rod.
At the same time, the first binding tool member 18A and the second binding tool member 18B relatively displace the half-split bar 20A and the half-split bar 30A when opening and closing the first binding bar 20 and the second binding bar 30. As described above, the shaft portion 100 is slidably loaded.
In this embodiment, the first binding rod 20 of the first binding member 18A is moved to the far side and the two binding rods 30 of the second binding member 18B are moved to the front side to close the first binding Open the binding 20 and the second binding 30.
In this embodiment, the other side of the opening 84 of the first receiving portion 80 on the other side of the first binding member 18A is closed. The opening 94 of the second receiving portion 90 on the front side of the second binding member 18B is closed on the front side. Therefore, the far side end of the shaft portion 100 is prevented from being pulled out by the first receiving portion 80 on the far side, and the near side end of the shaft portion 100 is prevented from being pulled out by the second receiving portion 90 on the near side.

The outer peripheral portion of the base portion 20a of the half-cotton bar 20A and the outer peripheral portion of the base portion 30a of the half-cut bar member 30A are formed at the same position as the lower portion of the connecting portion 14 so that the lower portion thereof is positioned. The outside of the part 80 and the outside of the second receiving part 90 are formed so that the upper part thereof is located at the same position as the lower part of the connecting part 14.
In this embodiment, the first receiving portion 80 of the shaft portion 16 has the opening 84 in contact with the outer peripheral portion of the half-split 20A, and the second receiving portion 90 of the shaft portion 16 has the half-split portion of the opening 94. The first connecting portion 50 is in contact with the outer peripheral portion of 30A, and has a height from the inner peripheral portion of the half-cotton 20A to the opening 84 of the first receiving portion 80, and the second connecting portion 60 It has a height from the inner peripheral part of the cracker 30 </ b> A to the opening part 94 of the second receiving part 90.

  The width (in the width direction) of the connecting portion 14 is less than or equal to half the width (in the width direction) of the first receiving portion 80 of the shaft portion 16 or the second receiving portion 90 of the shaft portion 16. This is because the combined width of the first connecting portion 50 and the second connecting portion 60 is equal to or equal to the width of the first receiving portion 80 of the shaft portion 16 and the second receiving portion 90 of the shaft portion 16. The following is to change the leaf 110 360 degrees so that the front surface and the back surface of the leaf 110 can be brought into contact with each other with relatively little space between the shaft portion 16.

The first accommodating portion 82 of the first binding member 18A existing around the center of the first connecting portion 50 and the second accommodating portion 92 of the second binding member 18B existing around the center of the second connecting portion 60. An elastic member 102 that applies tension (tensile force or compressive force) in the longitudinal direction of the shaft portion 100 is interposed therebetween in a compressed state. The elastic member 102 is formed by a coil spring formed by winding a steel wire in a coil shape, and the shaft portion 100 is inserted into a ring of a cylindrical coil spring.
The elastic member 102 is in contact with the front end of the second receiving portion 90 of the second binding member 18B at the opposite end, and the front end of the first receiving portion 80 of the first binding member 18A. In contact with the far side end, the first binding member 18A is pushed down to the near side and the second binding member 18B is pushed up by the restoring force (uniform).
Thus, when the binding member 12 is closed, the elastic member 102 is in a direction in which the binding member 22 of the first binding member and the binding member 32 of the second binding member are engaged. It is working.
By holding the first and second scissors bindings 120a and 120b on the front side with fingers and the sixth scissors binding on the back side 130c and the eighth scissors binding on the back side with fingers, Stopped first-side binding rods 120a, second-binding binding rods 130a, third-binding binding rods 120b, fourth-binding binding rods 130b, and fifth-binding binding rods 120c and sixth bindings. When disengaging the first binding member 130c, the seventh binding member 120d, and the eighth binding member 130d, the first binding member 18A first resists the elastic force of the elastic member 102. The first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 that have been closed are opened by rotating the binding rod 20 to the front side and the two binding rods 30 of the second binding member 18B to the back side.

The binding tool 10 is inserted through the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 through a binding hole 112 that is continuously provided at an appropriate interval in the height direction of the leaf 110, and the height direction of the leaf 110. The shaft portion 16 is positioned on the side of the binding margin side edge 114 extending so that the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are bridged between the binding hole 112 and the binding margin side edge 114. , The leaf 110 is bound to form a notebook.
The binding device 10 may form a notebook by binding the leaf 110 so that the length direction of the binding device 10 extends in the width direction of the leaf 110 in which the binding hole 112 is formed in the edge extending in the width direction. .

  As shown in FIG. 17, the leaf 110 bound to the binding device 10 is turned toward the shaft portion 16, and the front side 110 a of the leaf and the back side 110 b of the leaf when the layers are closed and stacked are shafts. It can be used for writing or the like, with the part 16 in between.

According to the embodiment of the present invention, the binding portion 12 and the connecting portion 14 are formed on each of the pair of first binding member 18A and second binding member 18B, and form the binding portion 12. The ribs 20 and 30 are appropriately spaced in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion 14 so that the first binding rod 20 on the first binding member 18A side and the second binding rod 30 on the second binding member member 18B face each other. The lowermost portion of the binding portion 12 is grounded to the surface of a desk top plate, for example, when the binding portion 12 is opened. It is easy to stabilize horizontally, and it is easy to open the binding part 12 at an appropriate angle.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the binding portion 12 includes the first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 that are symmetrical and separated from each other about the shaft portion 16. 14 includes a first connecting portion 50 and a second connecting portion 60 that are symmetrical with respect to the shaft portion 16 and that are divided into left and right. Therefore, the left and right members can be formed with the same mold. It is easy to manufacture.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the connecting portion 14 includes the facing portions 56 and 66 of the first connecting portion 50 and the second connecting portion 60 facing each other, and the binding rods 20 and 30 facing the facing portions 56 and 66. The shaft portion 16 is connected to the projecting outer portions 52 and 62, and between the facing portions 56 and 66 and the outer portions 52 and 62, on the surface intersecting the facing portions 56 and 66 and the outer portions 52 and 62. Since the lower portions 58 and 68 are provided, the facing portion 56 of the first connecting portion and the facing portion 66 of the second connecting portion are perpendicular to the rotation direction and are vertical when the binding device 10 is closed. In other words, if the binding device 10 is formed so as to be in close contact with the height direction when the binding device 10 is closed, the second binding device 22 and the second binding device 22 of the first binding device are closed when the binding device 10 is closed. The first binding rod 2 that can stably maintain the engagement state of the binding rod with the binding rod locking portion 32 and constitutes the binding rod portion 12. If it is possible to reduce the act to shrink the diameter of the formed annular by the second binding rod 30.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the receiving portions 80 and 90 are intermittently formed in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion 14, and the binding portion 12 rotates around the shaft portion 100 and the binding portion. Since it is formed so as to be relatively displaced in the longitudinal direction when opening and closing 12, the binding portion 12 composed of a plurality of binding rods 20 and 30 can be opened and closed at a time.
According to an embodiment of the present invention, the shaft portion 100 is a rod having a circular cross section, and the receiving portions 80 and 90 are arcuate as a whole, and the shaft portion 100 is loaded in an arc portion inside thereof, and Since the connecting portion 14 is continuously provided so as to project in the direction opposite to the projecting direction of the binding rods 20 and 30 at the outer upper portion, the binding rod constituted by a plurality of binding rods 20 and 30 is provided. The portion 12 can be opened and closed at once, and the lowermost portion of the binding portion 12 is easily grounded, for example, on the surface of a table top, etc., and the binding portion 12 is easily opened at an appropriate angle. .
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the base portions 20 a and 30 a of the binding rods 20 and 30 are formed at the same position as the lower portion of the connecting portion 14 so that the lower portion is positioned, and the receiving portions 80 and 90 of the shaft portion 16. Is formed so that the upper part is located at the same position as the lower part of the connecting part 14, so that when the binding part 12 is opened, the lowermost part of the binding part 12 is on the surface of the top plate of the desk, for example. It is easy to be grounded and stabilized horizontally, and the binding portion 12 is easily opened at an appropriate angle.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, since the width of the connecting portion 14 is less than or equal to one half of the width of the shaft portion 16, the leaf 110 is not protruded beyond the width of the shaft portion 16, It turns along 30 and when it opens 360 degrees, there are few gaps between the front side and the back side of the leaf 110, it becomes relatively flat, and writing is easy.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the receiving portions 80 and 90 of the shaft portion 16 are such that the openings 84 and 94 of the receiving portions 80 and 90 are in contact with the outer peripheral portions of the binding rods 20 and 30, and the connecting portion 14 is Since it has a height from the inner periphery of the collars 20 and 30 to the openings 84 and 94 of the receiving parts 80 and 90, the leaf 110 is rolled along the bindings 20 and 30, and the leaf 110 is opened when it is opened 360 degrees. There are few gaps between the front side 110a and the back side 110b, and it becomes relatively flat and easy to write.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the staple binding portions 22, 32 are locked and disengaged in the rotational direction of the staples 20, 30, so that the convex portion 24 and the concave portion 26 of the first binding rod 20. And the concave portion 36 and the convex portion 34 of the second binding rod 30 are engaged with each other, and the binding rods 20 and 30 are rotated so as not to be disengaged in a direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the binding rods 20 and 30. Since the disengagement prevention portions 28 and 38 extending in the direction are formed, the binding binding portions 22 and 32 of the closed binding are difficult to disengage in a direction crossing the rotation direction of the binding 20 and 30. .

  The binding device 10 according to the embodiment of the present invention can form a notebook that is bound by inserting the binding hole 112 of the leaf 110 into the binding portion 12 and includes a front cover, a back cover, and a back cover. It can be fixed on the front cover to configure file binders.

The present invention is not limited to the above embodiment, and various modifications can be made based on the idea of the present invention.
In the binding device 10 of the above-described embodiment, the first binding staple 120a and the third binding staple 120b of the first binding staple 20 and the sixth binding staple 130c of the second binding staple 30 and the eighth By pinching the kneading binding rod 130d, the binding binding portion 22a of the first binding binding rod, the binding locking portion 22b of the third binding binding rod, and the binding locking of the sixth binding binding rod. The first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 are rotated and opened in the width direction by releasing the engagement between the portion 32c and the binding pin engaging portion 32d of the eighth binding binding rod.
On the other hand, unlike the binding device 10 of the above-described embodiment, as shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the first binding rod 20 is bound by pinching the first binding rod 20 side or the second binding rod 30 side. You may make it cancel the engagement with the hook locking part 22 and the binding hook locking part 32 of the 2nd binding hook 30. FIG.
The binding tool 10 shown in FIGS. 18 and 19 puts a finger into the first space portion 122a on the other side of the first kneading binding rod 120a and the third space portion 122b on the near side of the third kneading binding rod 120b, The first binding binding 120a and the third binding binding 120b of the first binding 20, and the fifth space 122c on the other side of the fifth binding 120c and the seventh binding 120d of the seventh binding By putting a finger into the seventh space portion 122d on the front side and pinching the fifth kneading binding rod 120c and the seventh kneading binding rod 120d, the first kneading binding rod 120a and the second kneading binding rod 120d杆 130a, third tasting binding rod 120b and fourth tasting binding 杆 130b, fifth tasting binding 杆 120c and sixth tasting binding 杆 130c, seventh tasting binding 杆 120d and eighth tasting binding 杆 130d It is comprised so that engagement of can be cancelled | released.

  The binding device 10 shown in FIG. 18 includes a first binding binding portion 22a of the first binding staple 120a and a binding binding portion of the fifth binding binding 120c of the fifth binding binding 120c. 22c has the same configuration, and the third scissors binding portion 22b of the third scissor binding 120b and the seventh scissor binding portion of the seventh scissors binding 120d are the same. The configuration of 22d is the same, and the binding mechanism 32a of the second binding staple of the second binding binding 130a and the binding binding of the sixth binding binding of the sixth binding 130c. The binding portion 32b of the fourth binding binding rod 32b of the fourth binding binding rod 130b and the binding binding portion 32b of the eighth binding binding rod 130d of the eighth binding binding rod 130d have the same configuration as the stopper 32c. The structure of the stop part 32d is the same.

  The binding device 10 shown in FIG. 18 is bound to the binding device 10 when the first binding binding rod 120a and the third binding binding rod 120b, and the fifth binding binding rod 120c and the seventh binding binding rod 120d. The second leaf 110 is pressed against the desk or the like, and the second kneading binding 120a, the third kneading binding 120b, the fifth kneading binding 120c, and the seventh kneading binding 120d, Disengagement between the first and second scissors bindings 130a and 130b, the sixth scissor bindings 130c and the eighth scissor bindings 130d, and the first and second scissors bindings 120a and 130d The first binding rod 20 and the second binding rod 30 can be opened by rotating the flange 120b, the fifth binding rod 120c, and the seventh binding rod 120d in the width direction (front side).

Further, the binding tool 10 shown in FIG. 18 does not open the first binding binding rod 120a, the third binding binding rod 120b, the fifth binding binding rod 120c, and the seventh binding binding rod 120d at the same time. It is also possible to open it like this.
When the first knurling binding rod 120a and the third kneading binding rod 120b are pinched with fingers, the second kneading binding rod 130a and the fourth kneading binding rod 130b that are engaged with the fingers are lightly pinched with fingers. After the engagement is released, the first and third binding staples 120a and 120b are rotated and opened in the width direction.
Next, when the fifth knurling binding rod 120c and the seventh kneading binding rod 120d are pinched with fingers, the sixth kneading binding rod 130c and the eighth kneading binding rod 130d are lightly held. After squeezing with a finger and releasing the engagement, the fifth stencil binding rod 120c and the seventh stencil binding rod 120d are rotated in the width direction and opened.

FIG. 20 is a plan view illustrating a modified example of the binding device shown in FIG. 1, in which (A) is a closed state, (B) is a view showing how to open the binding device, and FIG. 18 is a plan view illustration of a modification of the illustrated binding tool, (A) is a closed state, (B) is a view showing how to open the binding tool, and FIG. 22 is a view of the binding tool shown in FIG. It is a top view solution figure of a modification, (A) is a figure of a closed state, and (B) is a figure showing how to open a binding tool.
Since the first binding rod 20 is formed with a plurality of half split rods 20A at equal intervals, and the second binding rod 30 is formed with a plurality of half split rods 30A at equal intervals, FIG. And 21, when the first kneading binding rod 120a and the third kneading binding rod 120b and the sixth kneading binding rod 130c and the eighth kneading binding rod 130d are pinched with fingers, the adjacent first When the space for inserting a finger is small between the non-itching binding rod 40 and the second non-binding binding rod 42, the finger should be placed when the space between the half-split bindings 20A is widened or the third binding binding rod 120b is pinched. It is preferable to widen the distance between the first non-stagnation binding rod 40 and the sixth non-stencil binding rod 130c on the side where the fingers are inserted when the fingers are gripped.
In addition, as shown in FIG. 22, when pinching the third unfolding binding rod 120b, when inserting the finger, when inserting the first non-itching binding rod 40 and the sixth pinching binding rod 130c, The second non-itching binding surface 42 may be cut out to form a recess, and a space for pointing a finger may be formed wide.

23 is a perspective view illustrating another embodiment of the binding device in an opened state, FIG. 24 is a plan view illustrating how to open the binding device illustrated in FIG. 23, and FIG. It is a top view solution figure of the binding tool in the notebook using the illustrated binding tool.
Another binding tool 510 according to the present invention is a binding tool including a plurality of binding parts 512 and a connecting part 514 for connecting the binding parts 512, and the binding part 512 is connected to the connecting part 514. The binding portion 512 which is closed by being displaced in the length direction can be opened.
In the binding tool 510, the binding portion 512 and the connecting portion 514 are integrally formed of a synthetic resin having relatively elasticity.
As shown in FIGS. 23 to 25, the binding tool 510 is mainly configured for a notebook similar to a notebook generally referred to as a celling notebook, and leaves along the binding portion 512 of the binding tool 510. 110 is rotated and widened 360 degrees, that is, the leaf 110 bound to the binding portion 512 is turned along the binding and turned 360 degrees. It is comprised so that it can contact | connect on both sides of the part 516. FIG.
Usually, a cover that is relatively harder than the paper is laminated on the front side and the back side of the paper to be written with binding holes. In this specification and claims, the front side and the back side of the leaf 110 The front side of the front cover on the front side, such as a synthetic resin pocket, and the back side of the back cover on the back side are included.

The binding rods forming the binding portion 512 are connected to each other with a suitable distance in the longitudinal direction of each of the pair of connection portions 514 forming the connection portion 514 so that the pair of binding rods face each other. The binding portion 512 includes a first binding rod 520 and a second binding rod 530 that are separated from each other about the shaft portion 516 and are opposed to each other.
The connecting portion 514 has a substantially columnar shape extending linearly in the longitudinal direction continuously from the far side to the near side.

  In this embodiment, the first binding rod 520 is formed long, the second binding rod 530 is formed short, and the first binding rod 520 is more elastic than the second binding rod 530. It is formed so that it can be easily displaced.

The connecting portion 514 turns the leaf 110 bound to the binding portion 512 along the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530, changes it 360 degrees, and closes the front side of the leaf 110 at both ends when closed. The lower side is connected to the base of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 so that the back side can be in contact with the connecting portion 514 therebetween.
The connecting portion 514 closes the free end 520b of the first binding rod 520 and the free end 530b of the second binding rod 530 and closes the free end 520b of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530. The leaf 110, which is the center of rotation when the free end 530b is separated from the free end 530b and is bound to the binding portion 512, is wound along the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530, and can be rotated 360 degrees. Has been.

The binding portion 512 includes a first binding rod 520 at a free end 520b and a free end 530b opposite to the base portion 520a and the base portion 530a that are connected to the connecting portion 514 of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530. And the staple binding part for latching when the 2nd staple 530 is closed is formed. That is, the first binding rod 520 has a first binding rod binding portion 522 formed at the free end 520b on the opposite side of the base portion 520a, and the second binding rod 530 is opposite to the base portion 530a. A second staple binding portion 532 is formed at the free end 530b which is the top portion on the side.
The first staple binding portion 522 and the second staple binding portion 532 of the binding device 510 in this embodiment are the first binding staple binding device of the binding device 10 shown in FIG. It is comprised similarly to the stop part 22 and the binding binding part 32 of a 2nd binding.
The binding portion 512 has a height direction (vertical direction) from the base portion 520a and the base portion 530a to the top, and from the outer peripheral portion (outer portion) of the first binding rod 520 to the outer peripheral portion (outer portion) of the second binding rod 530. Width direction (horizontal direction) to reach, the thickness in the length direction of the binding tool than the thickness of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 (the length between the outer peripheral portion and the inner peripheral portion). The first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 have a longer cross-sectional rectangular shape. And the 1st binding rod 520 and the 2nd binding rod 530 are comprised by the shape penetrated by the binding hole 112 of the leaf 110 so that the leaf 110 can be wound from the base part 520a and the base part 530a to the top part. ing.
The first staple binding portion 522 and the second staple binding portion 532 are in a direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first staple 520 and the second staple 530 to be locked, that is, The first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are moved relative to each other in the length direction of the connecting portion 514 and locked when the leading ends of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed. The first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are formed so as to be disengaged when they are separated from each other.

When the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are unloaded, that is, during molding, the first binding rod binding portion 522 and the second binding rod binding portion 532 do not engage with each other. It is configured to be in a slightly open state.
When closing the binding unit 512, the first binding unit 522 of the first binding unit 520 is engaged with the binding unit 532 of the second binding unit 530. Thus, it is configured to have a substantially annular shape.

When the leaf 110 is bound, the half split 520A that constitutes the first binding rod 520 is locked and closed at the tip thereof, and the tip that is pinched and held by a finger is disengaged and opened. A binding rod 620a, a third binding rod 620b, a fifth binding rod 620c, and a seventh binding rod 620d are provided.
Similarly to the first binding rod 520, the half split rod 530A that constitutes the second binding rod 530 is locked and closed at the tip when the leaf 110 is bound, and is also pinched and pinched with fingers. And a second scissor binding 630a, a fourth scissor binding 630b, a sixth scissor binding 630c, and an eighth scissor binding 630d.

“Rumming” means that at least two half-split 520A and half-split 520A, or half-split 530A and half-split 530A, which are arranged in parallel at an interval, are gripped with, for example, an index finger and a thumb. The half-split 530A and the half-split halves facing and engaging with the half-split 520A by reducing the interval between the half-split 520A and the half-split 520A or the two half-split 530A and the half-split 530A It means to disengage the half-split 520A facing and engaging with 530A.
In this embodiment, the first and second scissors binding 620a and 630a are opposed and engaged, and the third and fourth scissors binding 620b and 630b are opposed and engaged. The fifth scissor binding 620c and the sixth scissor binding 630c are engaged with each other, and the seventh scissor binding 620d and the eighth scissor binding 630d are engaged with each other. .
Then, the first binding 620a and the third binding 620b of the first binding 520 are pinched by the index finger and the thumb of the left hand, for example, and the interval between them is reduced, and the second binding 530 second The second binding rod 530 is configured to open the first binding rod 520 by disengaging the binding rod 630a and the fourth binding rod 630b and rotating in the width direction. 630c and eighth scissor binding 630d are reduced in distance by, for example, the index finger and thumb of the right hand, and the relationship between the fifth scissor binding 620c and the seventh scissor binding 620d of the first binding 520 The second binding 530 is opened by being uncoupled and rotated in the width direction.

The half split bar 520A constituting the first binding bar 520 and the half split bar 530A forming the second binding bar 530 are a binding bar locking portion 522 of the first binding bar of the half split bar 520A and a half split bar 530A. The second binding rod is connected to the binding lock portion 532 of the second binding rod, thereby being connected in a substantially annular shape.
The first binding 520 and the second binding 530 are the bindings of the first binding 522 of the first binding 620a and the first binding of the first binding 620b. By pinching the hook locking portion 522 with a finger, the second binding hook 532 of the second binding hook and the second binding hook of the eighth binding hook 630d of the sixth binding hook 630c locked. The first staple binding 522a of the first binding staple 620a and the second binding staple 630a of the second binding staple 630a are held by pinching the binding binding portion 532 of the second binding with a finger. The binding hook locking portion 532 of the binding binding, the binding binding portion 522 of the first binding binding 522 of the third binding binding 620b, and the binding binding locking portion 532 of the second binding binding 630b of the fourth binding binding 630b. It can be disengaged, and the second binding rod binding portion 532 of the sixth binding rod 630c and the second binding rod locking portion 532 of the eighth binding rod 630d are designated as fingers. By holding in The second staple binding portion 532 of the sixth binding staple 630c and the first staple binding portion 522 of the first staple binding 522c and the eighth staple binding portion 630d of the fifth binding staple 620c. It is configured so that the binding hook locking portion 532 of the second binding rod and the binding hook locking portion 522 of the first binding rod 620d can be disengaged.

The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod at the distal end constituting the binding binding portion 522a of the first binding staple 620a formed at the distal end of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 and the first binding A concave portion 526 of the first binding rod following the convex portion 524 of the collar, and a second end of the binding rod locking portion 532a of the second binding rod 630a of the half split rod 530A constituting the second binding rod 530. The convex portion 534 of the binding rod and the concave portion 536 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 522a of the first binding rod 620a formed at the tip of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 is in the direction in which it is pinched. It protrudes toward the other side, which is the opposite side. Then, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod following the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod is recessed toward the front side. The convex portion 534 of the second binding rod constituting the binding rod locking portion 532a of the second binding binding rod 630a formed at the tip of the half split rod 530A is protruded toward the front side that is the side in which the second binding rod is held. ing. And the concave part 536 of the 2nd binding rod following the convex part 534 of the 2nd binding rod of the front-end | tip is dented toward the other side.
The first staple ridges 524 and the first staple ridges 526 and the second staple ridges 534 and the second staples 520 and 530 are engaged when the first staple 520 and the second staple 530 are closed. The concave portion 536 of the binding rod protrudes or is recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod and the binding pinching portion 532a of the second binding rod 630a of the half split rod 530A that constitute the binding pinching portion 522a of the first binding rod 620a of the half split rod 520A. Is protruded in the opposite direction to the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod.
Further, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 522a of the first binding staple 620a of the half split rod 520A and the binding binding portion of the second binding binding pin 630a of the half split rod 530A. A concave portion 536 of the second binding rod constituting 532a is formed to be recessed in the opposite direction.

The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod at the distal end constituting the binding binding portion 522b of the third binding staple 620b formed at the distal end of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 and the first binding The first binding rod recess 526 following the collar protrusion 524 and the second end of the binding pin 530b of the fourth binding rod 630b of the half split rod 530A forming the second binding rod 530 The convex portion 534 of the binding rod and the concave portion 536 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 522b of the third binding rod 620b formed at the tip of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 is the direction in which it is pinched. It protrudes toward the near side, which is the opposite side. Then, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod following the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod is recessed toward the other side. The convex portion 534 of the second binding rod constituting the binding rod locking portion 532b of the fourth binding binding rod 630b formed at the tip of the half split rod 530A is protruded toward the opposite side which is the side in which the second binding rod is held. ing. A concave portion 536 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod at the tip is recessed toward the front side.
The first staple ridges 524 and the first staple ridges 526 and the second staple ridges 534 and the second staples 520 and 530 are engaged when the first staple 520 and the second staple 530 are closed. The concave portion 536 of the binding rod protrudes or is recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod and the binding pinching portion 532b of the fourth binding rod 630b of the half split rod 530A that constitute the binding pinching portion 522b of the third binding rod 620b of the half split rod 520A. Is protruded in the opposite direction to the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod.
Further, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 522b of the third binding binding rod 620b of the half splitting rod 520A and the binding binding portion of the fourth binding binding pin 630b of the half split binding 530A. The concave portion 536 of the second binding rod constituting 532b is formed to be recessed in the opposite direction.

The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod at the tip constituting the binding pinching portion 522c of the fifth binding rod 620c formed at the tip of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 and the first binding. A concave portion 526 of the first binding rod following the convex portion 524 of the collar, and a second end of the binding rod locking portion 532c of the sixth binding rod 630c of the half split rod 530A constituting the second binding rod 530 The convex portion 534 of the binding rod and the concave portion 536 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 522c of the fifth binding rod 620c formed at the tip of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 is in the direction in which it is pinched. It protrudes toward the near side. Then, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod following the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod is recessed toward the other side. The convex portion 534 of the second binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 532c of the sixth binding binding rod 630c formed at the tip of the half split rod 530A is directed to the opposite side, which is the opposite side to the pinching direction. Is sticking out. A concave portion 536 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod at the tip is recessed toward the front side.
The first staple ridges 524 and the first staple ridges 526 and the second staple ridges 534 and the second staples 520 and 530 are engaged when the first staple 520 and the second staple 530 are closed. The concave portion 536 of the binding rod protrudes or is recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod and the binding pinching portion 532c of the sixth binding rod 630c of the half split rod 530A that constitute the binding pinching portion 522c of the fifth binding rod 620c of the half split rod 520A. Is protruded in the opposite direction to the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod.
Further, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod constituting the binding binding portion 522c of the fifth binding pin 620c of the half split rod 520A and the binding pinching portion of the sixth binding pin 630c of the half split rod 530A. A concave portion 536 of the second binding rod constituting 532c is formed to be recessed in the opposite direction.

The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod at the tip constituting the binding pinching portion 522d of the seventh binding rod 620d formed at the tip of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 and the first binding A concave portion 526 of the first binding rod that follows the convex portion 524 of the flange, and a second end of the binding rod locking portion 532d of the eighth binding rod 630d of the half split rod 530A that constitutes the second binding rod 530. The convex portion 534 of the binding rod and the concave portion 536 of the second binding rod following the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod at the tip thereof are engaged with each other when the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed. It protrudes or dents in the opposite direction.
That is, the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 522d of the seventh binding rod 620d formed at the tip of the half split rod 520A constituting the first binding rod 520 is the direction in which it is pinched. It protrudes toward the other side. Then, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod following the convex portion 524 of the first binding rod is recessed toward the front side. The convex portion 534 of the second binding rod constituting the binding pin engaging portion 532d of the eighth binding rod 630d formed at the tip of the half split rod 530A is directed toward the near side opposite to the direction in which it is pinched. Is sticking out. And the concave part 536 of the 2nd binding rod following the convex part 534 of the 2nd binding rod of the front-end | tip is dented toward the other side.
The first staple ridges 524 and the first staple ridges 526 and the second staple ridges 534 and the second staples 520 and 530 are engaged when the first staple 520 and the second staple 530 are closed. The concave portion 536 of the binding rod protrudes or is recessed in the opposite direction.
The convex portion 524 of the first binding rod and the binding pinching portion 532d of the eighth binding rod 630d of the half split rod 530A that constitute the binding pinching portion 522d of the seventh binding rod 620d of the half split rod 520A. Is protruded in the opposite direction to the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod.
In addition, the concave portion 526 of the first binding rod constituting the binding pinching portion 522d of the seventh binding rod 620d of the half split rod 520A and the binding pinching portion of the eighth binding binding pin 630d of the half split rod 530A. The concave portion 536 of the second binding rod constituting 532d is formed to be recessed in the opposite direction.

The binding rod locking portion 522a of the first binding rod 620a and the binding rod locking portion 532a of the second binding rod 630a are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 528 and the disengagement prevention unit 538 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 528 of the first binding rivet 620a has a nose-like locking projection 528a protruding toward the opposite side of the top side and the front side on the base 520a side. A locking recess 528b is formed on the base 520a side following the locking protrusion 528a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 538 of the second koji binding rod 630a includes a snare-like locking convex portion 538a protruding toward the near side, which is the direction to be pinched on the top portion side, and a locking recessed on the other side on the base portion 530a side. A locking recess 538b is formed on the base 530a side following the locking protrusion 538a on the free end side.
When the first binding staple 620a of the first binding staple 520 and the second binding staple 630a of the second binding staple 530 are closed, the locking protrusion of the disengagement prevention portion 528 of the first binding staple 620a. The portion 528a is fitted into the locking recess 538b of the disengagement prevention portion 538, and the locking protrusion 538a of the disengagement prevention portion 538 of the second pinching binding 630a is fitted into the locking recess 528b of the disengagement prevention portion 528. The engaging protrusions 528a and the engaging protrusions 538a come into contact with each other when the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are pulled in the rotation direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 528 of the binding pin locking portion 522a of the first pinching binding rod 620a protrudes toward the upper portion of the binding pinching portion 532a of the second pinching binding rod 630a, and the first pinching binding rod 522a. The second binding rod 530 is prevented from moving upward by an impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 522a of 620a is engaged with the binding rod locking portion 532a of the second binding binding rod 630a. ing.
The disengagement preventing portion 538 of the binding hook locking portion 532a of the second binding binding 630a is projected toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 522a of the first binding binding 620a, and the first binding binding 530a. The first binding rod 520 is prevented from moving upward due to an impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 522a of 620a is engaged with the binding rod locking portion 532a of the second binding binding rod 630a. ing.
As described above, in this embodiment, the first koji binding 620a and the third koji binding 620a are pinched with fingers by gripping the tops of the first kink binding 620a and the third koji binding 620b. 620b is displaced, and the first binding staple 520a of the first binding staple 520A of the first binding staple 520a and the second binding staple 530A of the second binding staple 530 are displaced. The engagement with the binding lock portion 532a of 630a can be released.
When closing, the locking projection 528a of the disengagement prevention portion 528 and the locking projection 538a of the disengagement prevention portion 538 fit into the locking recess 538b and the locking recess 528b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The binding rod locking portion 522b of the third binding rod 620b and the binding rod locking portion 532b of the fourth binding rod 630b are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 528 and the disengagement prevention unit 538 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 528 of the third koji binding rod 620b has a nose-like locking projection 528a that protrudes toward the front side opposite to the side that is pinched on the top portion side, and the other side on the base portion 520a side. A locking recess 528b is formed on the base 520a side following the locking protrusion 528a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 538 of the fourth koji binding rod 630b has a snare-like locking convex portion 538a protruding toward the opposite side, which is the direction to be pinched on the top side, and a locking recessed on the near side on the base portion 530a side. A locking recess 538b is formed on the base 530a side following the locking protrusion 538a on the free end side.
When the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed, the locking convex portion 528a of the disengagement preventing portion 528 of the third stapling binding rod 620b is fitted into the locking concave portion 538b of the disengaging prevention portion 538. The locking projection 538a of the disengagement prevention portion 538 of the fourth stubborn binding 630b is fitted into the engagement recess 528b of the disengagement prevention portion 528, and the engagement projection 528a and the locking projection 538a are When the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are pulled in the rotation direction, they abut.
The disengagement prevention portion 528 of the binding pin locking portion 522b of the third pinching binding rod 620b protrudes toward the upper portion of the binding pinching portion 532b of the fourth pinching binding rod 630b, and the third pinching binding rod 630b. The second binding rod 530 is prevented from moving upward due to an impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 522b of 620b is engaged with the binding rod locking portion 532b of the fourth binding binding rod 630b. ing.
The disengagement prevention portion 538 of the binding pin engaging portion 532b of the fourth binding rod 630b is protruded toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 522b of the third binding binding rod 620b, and the third binding binding rod 630b. The first binding rod 520 is prevented from moving upward by an impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 522b of 620b and the binding rod locking portion 532b of the fourth binding binding rod 630b are engaged. ing.
As described above, in this embodiment, the first koji binding 620a and the third koji binding 620a are pinched with fingers by gripping the tops of the first kink binding 620a and the third koji binding 620b. 620b is displaced, and the second binding rod 530A of the first binding rod 520A of the first binding rod 520A and the fourth binding binding rod 530A of the half binding rod 530A of the second binding rod 530 are displaced. The engagement with the binding lock portion 532b of 630b can be released.
When closing, the locking projection 528a of the disengagement prevention portion 528 and the locking projection 538a of the disengagement prevention portion 538 fit into the locking recess 538b and the locking recess 528b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The binding rod locking portion 522c of the fifth binding rod 620c and the binding rod locking portion 532c of the sixth binding rod 630c are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 528 and the disengagement prevention unit 538 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 528 of the fifth koji binding rod 620c includes a snare-like locking projection 528a protruding toward the near side, which is the direction of pinching on the top side, and a locking recessed on the other side on the base 520a side. A locking recess 528b is formed on the base 520a side following the locking protrusion 528a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 538 of the sixth stabbing binding rod 630c has a nose-like locking projection 538a protruding toward the far side opposite to the squeezing direction on the top side, and toward the near side on the base 530a side. A locking recess 538b is formed on the base 530a side following the locking projection 538a on the free end side.
When the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed, the locking projection 528a of the disengagement prevention portion 528 of the fifth scissor binding 620c is fitted into the locking recess 538b of the disengagement prevention portion 538. The locking projection 538a of the disengagement prevention portion 538 of the sixth stubborn binding 630c is fitted into the engagement recess 528b of the disengagement prevention portion 528, and the engagement protrusion 528a and the locking projection 538a are When the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are pulled in the rotation direction, they abut.
The disengagement prevention portion 528 of the binding pin locking portion 522c of the fifth binding rod 620c is protruded toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 532c of the sixth binding binding rod 630c, and the fifth binding binding rod 522c. The second binding rod 530 is prevented from moving upward due to an impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 522c of 620c is engaged with the binding rod locking portion 532c of the sixth pinching binding rod 630c. ing.
The disengagement preventing portion 538 of the binding pin engaging portion 532c of the sixth binding rod 630c is protruded toward the upper portion of the binding binding portion 522c of the fifth binding rod 620c, and the fifth binding binding rod 630c. The first binding rod 520 is prevented from moving upward due to an impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 522c of 620c is engaged with the binding rod locking portion 532c of the sixth pinching binding rod 630c. ing.
As described above, in this embodiment, the sixth koji binding 630c and the eighth koji binding sushi are obtained by pinching the tops of the sixth and eighth kneading bindings 630c and 630d with fingers. 630d is displaced, and the first staple 520 half split 520A of the fifth staple 620c of the fifth staple 520c and the second split 530 of the half split 530A of the sixth staple 520A. The engagement with the binding lock portion 532c of 630c can be released.
When closing, the locking projection 528a of the disengagement prevention portion 528 and the locking projection 538a of the disengagement prevention portion 538 fit into the locking recess 538b and the locking recess 528b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The binding hook locking portion 522d of the seventh binding rod 620d and the binding hook locking portion 532d of the eighth binding rod 630d are the rotation direction and the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530, respectively. The disengagement prevention unit 528 and the disengagement prevention unit 538 extending in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are formed so as not to disengage in the intersecting direction.
The disengagement prevention portion 528 of the seventh tasting binding rod 620d includes a snare-like locking convex portion 528a that protrudes toward the far side, which is a rubbing direction on the top side, and a locking that is recessed toward the far side on the base portion 520a side. A locking recess 528b is formed on the base 520a side following the locking protrusion 528a on the free end side.
The disengagement prevention portion 538 of the eighth stabbing binding rod 630d has a nose-like locking convex portion 538a protruding toward the near side opposite to the direction in which it is pinched on the top portion, and toward the near side on the base portion 530a side. A locking recess 538b is formed on the base 530a side following the locking projection 538a on the free end side.
When the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are closed, the locking convex portion 528a of the disengagement preventing portion 528 of the seventh stapling binding rod 620d is fitted into the locking concave portion 538b of the disengaging prevention portion 538. Then, the locking protrusion 538a of the disengagement preventing portion 538 of the eighth scissor binding 630d is fitted into the locking recess 528b of the disengagement preventing portion 528, and the locking protrusion 528a and the locking protrusion 538a are When the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are pulled in the rotation direction, they abut.
The disengagement preventing portion 528 of the binding pin engaging portion 522d of the seventh binding pin 620d is projected toward the upper portion of the binding pin locking portion 532d of the eighth binding pin 630d, and the seventh binding binding pin 620d. The second binding rod 530 is prevented from moving upward by an impact or the like when the binding binding portion 522d of 620d is engaged with the binding binding portion 532d of the eighth binding binding rod 630d. is doing.
The disengagement preventing portion 538 of the binding pin engaging portion 532d of the eighth scissor binding 630d is protruded toward the upper portion of the binding pin locking portion 522d of the seventh scissor binding 620d, and the seventh scissors binding pin 630d. The first binding rod 520 is prevented from moving upward by an impact or the like when the binding rod locking portion 522d of 620d is engaged with the binding rod locking portion 532d of the eighth binding binding rod 630d. ing.
As described above, in this embodiment, the sixth koji binding 630c and the eighth koji binding sushi are obtained by pinching the tops of the sixth and eighth kneading bindings 630c and 630d with fingers. 630d is displaced, and the first staple 520 half split 520A of the seventh staple 620d and the second staple 530d half split 530A of the second staple 530A of the eighth staple 520A. The engagement with the binding lock portion 532d of 630d can be released.
When closing, the locking projection 528a of the disengagement prevention portion 528 and the locking projection 538a of the disengagement prevention portion 538 fit into the locking recess 538b and the locking recess 528b while protruding or sliding. In addition, a gentle inclined surface is formed from the free end.

The outer peripheral part of the base part 520a of the half split bar 520A and the outer peripheral part of the base part 530a of the half split bar 530A are formed at the same position as the lower part of the connecting part 514 so that the lower part thereof is positioned.
The width (in the width direction) of the connecting portion 514 is such that the leaf 110 on the first binding rod 520 side and the leaf 110 on the second binding rod 530 side are switched 360 degrees, and the first binding rod 514 is sandwiched therebetween. The front surface of the leaf 520 on the 520 side and the back surface of the leaf 110 on the second binding rod 530 side are formed short so that they can be brought into contact with each other without a relatively large gap.

The binding tool 510 is inserted through the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 through a binding hole 112 that is continuously provided at an appropriate interval in the height direction of the leaf 110, and the height direction of the leaf 110. The shaft portion 516 is positioned on the side of the binding margin side edge 114 extending so that the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are bridged between the binding hole 112 and the binding margin side edge 114. , The leaf 110 is bound to form a notebook.
The binding device 510 may form a notebook by binding the leaf 110 so that the length direction of the binding device 510 extends in the width direction of the leaf 110 in which the binding hole 112 is formed in the edge extending in the width direction. .

  As shown in FIG. 17, the leaf 110 bound to the binding tool 510 is turned toward the shaft portion 516 side, and the front side 110a of the leaf and the back side 110b of the leaf when it is closed and stacked are axially It can be used for writing or the like so as to be in contact with each other with the portion 516 interposed therebetween.

According to the embodiment of the present invention, the binding rods 520 and 530 constituting the binding rod portion 512 are arranged in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion 514 so that the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 face each other. Since it protrudes from the outer side or the upper side of the connecting portion 514 at an appropriate interval, when the binding portion 512 is opened, the lowermost portion of the binding portion 512 is, for example, on the surface of a desk top plate or the like. It is easy to be grounded and stable horizontally, and the binding portion 512 is easily opened at an appropriate angle.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the base portions 520a and 530a of the binding rods 520 and 530 are formed so that the lower portion is located at the same position as the lower portion of the connecting portion 514. Therefore, the binding portion 512 is opened. When this happens, the lowermost portion of the binding portion 512 is in contact with the surface of the table top, for example, so that the binding portion 512 can be easily stabilized horizontally, and the binding portion 512 can be easily opened at an appropriate angle.
According to the embodiment of the present invention, the staple binding portions 522 and 532 are locked and disengaged in the rotational direction of the staples 520 and 530, so that the convex portions 524 and the concave portions 526 of the first staple 520 are used. And the concave portion 536 and the convex portion 534 of the second binding rod 530 are engaged with each other, and the binding rods 520 and 530 are rotated so as not to disengage in the direction intersecting with the rotation direction of the binding rods 520 and 530. Since the disengagement prevention portions 528 and 538 extending in the direction are formed, the staple binding portions 522 and 532 of the closed staple are difficult to disengage in a direction crossing the rotation direction of the staples 520 and 530. .

  The binding device 510 according to the embodiment of the present invention can form a notebook that is bound by inserting the binding hole 112 of the leaf 110 into the binding portion 512, and includes a front cover, a back cover, and a back cover. It can be fixed on the front cover to configure file binders.

Note that the binding device 510 of the above embodiment may have a structure in which the connecting portion 514 is divided into the front side and the back side, which is relatively close to the connecting portion 14 of the embodiment shown in FIG.
26 and 27 is a modification of the binding tool 510 of the embodiment shown in FIG. 25, and the connecting portion 514 is divided into a first connecting portion 550 and a second connecting portion 560, and the first The connecting part 550 and the second connecting part 560 are connected by a thin hinge 570.
The first connecting portion 550 constituting the connecting portion 514 includes a first connecting portion facing portion 556 that is an area where the first connecting portion 550 and the second connecting portion 560 face each other, and the first connecting portion 514 constitutes the connecting portion 514. The two connecting portions 560 include a second connecting portion facing portion 566 that is a region where the first connecting portion 550 and the second connecting portion 560 face each other.
The facing portion 556 of the first connecting portion and the facing portion 566 of the second connecting portion are planes that are orthogonal to the rotation direction and extend vertically, that is, in the height direction when the binding device 510 is closed, and are hinges. The portion 570 is formed continuously from the far side to the near side in the height direction of the first connecting portion 550 and the second connecting portion 560, and is opposed when the binding device 510 is closed as shown in FIG. The portion 556 and the facing portion 566 are configured to be in close contact with each other.

The binding tool 510 is inserted through the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 through a binding hole 112 that is continuously provided at an appropriate interval in the height direction of the leaf 110, and the height direction of the leaf 110. The shaft portion 516 is positioned on the side of the binding margin side edge 114 extending so that the first binding rod 520 and the second binding rod 530 are bridged between the binding hole 112 and the binding margin side edge 114. , The leaf 110 is bound to form a notebook.
The binding device 510 may form a notebook by binding the leaf 110 so that the length direction of the binding device 510 extends in the width direction of the leaf 110 in which the binding hole 112 is formed in the edge extending in the width direction. .

FIG. 28 is a perspective view illustrating a binding device that is a modification of the embodiment.
The binding tool 210 includes a plurality of binding portions 212, a connecting portion 214 for connecting the binding portions 212, and a first binding rod 220 and a second binding rod 230 that constitute the binding portion 212. And a shaft portion 216 having a shaft portion 300 as a center when opening and closing.
The binding rod constituting the binding portion 212 has a pair of first coupling portion 250 and second coupling portion constituting the coupling portion 214 such that the pair of first binding rod 220 and the second binding rod 230 face each other. Each of the projections 260 protrudes from the outer side or the upper side of the connecting portion 214 at an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction.
The connecting portion 214 turns the leaf 110 bound to the binding portion 212 along the first binding rod 220 and the second binding rod 230, changes it 360 degrees, and closes the front side of the leaf 110 at both ends when closed. The shaft portion 216 is continuously provided at a position close to the base portions of the first binding rod 220 and the second binding rod 230 in the lower portion so that the back side can be in contact with the shaft portion 216 therebetween.
The shaft portion 216 includes a first receiving portion 280, a first receiving portion 282, a second receiving portion 290, and a second receiving portion 292, which are separated from each other and extend in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion 214. When the first connecting portion 250 and the second connecting portion 260 are connected and the tips of the first binding rod 220 and the second binding rod 230 are closed together, and when the first binding rod 220 and the second binding rod 230 are closed. The leaf 110 bound to the binding portion 212 is turned along the binding and can be turned 360 degrees.
The bases of the first binding rod 220 and the second binding rod 230 are located at the same positions as the lower portions of the first connecting portion 250 and the second connecting portion 260, and the lower portions of the outer peripheral portions of the first binding rod 220 and the second binding rod 230. The first receiving portion 280 and the second receiving portion 290 that form the shaft portion 216 are positioned at the same positions as the lower portions of the first connecting portion 250 and the second connecting portion 260. It is formed as follows.

  The binding device 10 according to the present invention can be used by being fixed inside the spine region of the cover that constitutes the file binder, or may be used alone.

It is a perspective view solution figure of the notebook using the binding device concerning this invention. It is a perspective view solution figure of the binding tool concerning this invention, (A) is a whole figure, (B) is the figure which expanded partially. It is a perspective view solution figure of the binding tool concerning this invention, (A) is a whole figure, (B) is the figure expanded partially. It is a perspective view solution figure of a 1st binding tool member. It is a perspective view solution figure of a 2nd binding tool member. It is a perspective view solution figure in the state which decomposed | disassembled the binding tool concerning this invention. It is a front view solution figure of the binding tool in the closed state. It is a back view solution figure of the binding tool in the closed state. FIG. 7A is a cross-sectional illustration of FIG. 7A-A. FIG. 7B is a cross-sectional schematic view of FIG. 7B-B. It is a front illustration solution figure of the binding tool in the state which has begun to open. It is a back view solution figure of the binding tool in the state which has begun to open. It is a front illustration solution figure of the binding tool in the open state. It is a back view solution figure of the binding tool in the open state. It is FIG. 13A-A sectional illustration solution. It is FIG. 13B-B sectional illustration solution. It is a top view solution figure which shows how to open the leaf of a notebook, (A) is a figure of a closed state, (B) is a figure of the state which turned half, and (C) is a figure of the state which rolled 360 degrees. . It is a perspective view solution figure in the closed state of the binding tool which is another embodiment. It is a perspective view solution figure in the state where the binding tool shown in FIG. 18 opened. It is a top view solution figure of the modification of the binding tool shown in FIG. 1, (A) is a figure of the closed state, (B) is a figure which shows how to open a binding tool. It is a top view solution figure of the modification of the binding tool shown in FIG. 18, (A) is a figure of the closed state, (B) is a figure which shows how to open a binding tool. It is a top view solution figure of the modification of the binding tool shown in FIG. 1, (A) is a figure of the closed state, (B) is a figure which shows how to open a binding tool. It is a perspective view solution figure in the open state of the binding tool which is another embodiment. FIG. 24 is an illustrative plan view showing how to open the binding device shown in FIG. 23. FIG. 24 is an illustrative plan view of a binding tool in a notebook using the binding tool illustrated in FIG. 23. It is a top view solution figure of the binding tool which is another embodiment concerning this invention. It is a top view solution figure of the binding tool shown in Drawing 26 concerning this invention, (A) is a figure of a closed state, and (B) is a figure showing how to open a binding tool. It is a perspective view solution figure of a modification. It is explanatory drawing of a binding tool. It is explanatory drawing of a notebook, (A) is a whole figure, (B) is a figure of a leaf.

10, 210, 510 Binding device 12, 212, 512 Binding portion 14, 214, 514 Connecting portion 16, 216, 516 Shaft portion 18A First binding member 18B Second binding member 20, 220, 520 First binding rod 30, 230, 530 Second binding rod 20a, 30a, 520a, 530a Base portion 20b, 30b, 520b, 530b Free end 20A, 30A, 520A, 530A Half split rod 22, 522 First binding rod binding portion 22a , 522a Binding binding portion 22b, 522b of the first binding staple 22c, 522c Binding binding portion 22d of the fifth binding binding 22d, 522d Binding binding portion 32,532 of the second binding binding binding portion 32a, 532a of the second binding binding binding portion 32b, 532b of the second binding binding Stop part 32c, 532c Binding binding portion 32d, 532d Binding binding portion 24, 524 First binding projection 34, 534 Second binding projection 26, 526 Concavity of first binding 36,536 Recessed portion 28, 38, 528, 538 Unlocking prevention portion 28a, 38a, 528a, 538a Locking convex portion 28b, 38b, 528b, 538b Locking concave portion 40 First non-stapling binding rod 42 Second non-stubble binding 46 First connecting part 46a Convex part 46b Concave part 48 Second connecting part 48a Convex part 48b Concave part 50,250 First connecting part 60,260 Second connecting part 52 External part 62 of the first connecting part Outer part of second connecting part 54 Upper part of first connecting part 64 Upper part of second connecting part 56 Opposing part of first connecting part 66 Opposing part of second connecting part 58 Lower side part of first connecting part 68 First 2 Lower part 70,72 Opening angle restricting part 70a of connecting part 72a Joint surface 80,280 1st receiving part 90,290 2nd receiving part 82,282 1st accommodating part 92,292 2nd accommodating part 84,94 Opening 86,96 Arc part 100,300 Shaft part 102 Elastic member 110 leaf 110a leaf front side 110b leaf back side 112 binding hole 114 binding margin side edge 120a, 620a first binding staple 120b, 620b third binding binding 120c, 620c fifth binding binding 120d, 620d first 7 stirrup binding 122a 1st space part 122b 3rd space part 122c 5th space part 122d 7th space part 124c 6th space part 124d 8th space part 130a, 630a 2nd scissors binding 130b, 630b 4th scissors Mishuri candy 130c, 630c 6th mushroom candy 130d, 630d

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  1. A plurality of binding parts, a connecting part for connecting the binding parts , and a shaft part that becomes the center when opening and closing the bindings constituting the binding part ,
    The connecting portion includes a first connecting portion and a second connecting portion that are divided into left and right with the shaft portion as a center,
    A pair of binding rods composing the binding rod portions are each of the first connecting part and the second connecting portion constituting the front Symbol connecting portion, at appropriate intervals in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, when closed substantially To connect to the facing staple when the binding is closed, at the free end opposite to the base connected to the connecting portion of the binding , facing each other so as to form an annular shape The binding lock part is formed,
    The binding rod protruding from the first connecting portion is locked and closed at the leading end when binding the object to be bound, and the leading end locked by pinching with the finger is disengaged and opened. A plurality of binding rods are formed in parallel in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion at an appropriate interval, and the binding rod protruding from the second connecting portion is attached to the tip of the binding staple when binding the object to be bound. The pinching hooks that are closed and closed with fingers and unlocked and opened at the front end are formed in parallel with a plurality at a suitable interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion,
    The binding rod latching portion, by displacing the binding rods and one of the knob binding rod and the other knob binding rod in parallel at intervals in a direction intersecting the direction of rotation of the binding rods, locking or Formed to disengage,
    The shaft portion includes a shaft portion and a receiving portion for loading a shaft portion that extends in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion and connects the pair of connecting portions,
    The receiving part has a first receiving part connected to the first connecting part and a second receiving part connected to the second connecting part, and the first receiving part and the second receiving part are: It is formed intermittently in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, and is formed so as to rotate around the shaft portion when the staple is opened and closed and to relatively displace the pair of staples in the longitudinal direction of the shaft portion,
    The binding rod is formed with a disengagement prevention portion for preventing disengagement in the rotation direction of the binding rod and in a direction crossing the rotation direction, and the disengagement prevention portion includes a plurality of stubborn bindings on the top side. A locking projection that protrudes toward the opposite side of the direction in which the gap between the flanges is shortened, and a locking recess that is recessed from the locking projection on the base side,
    The squeezing staples squeeze the bindings in a space for holding the stigma bindings arranged in parallel at intervals when the bindings are displaced so as to be engaged or disengaged. Thus , the binding tool formed so as to reduce and displace the spacing between the plurality of scissors bindings formed at intervals in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of the bindings.
  2. A plurality of binding parts, a connecting part for connecting the binding parts, and a shaft part that becomes the center when opening and closing the bindings constituting the binding part,
    The connecting portion includes a first connecting portion and a second connecting portion that are divided into left and right with the shaft portion as a center,
    The pair of bindings constituting the binding part is substantially annular when closed at an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connection part in each of the first connection part and the second connection part constituting the connection part. To be locked to the facing binding when the binding is closed, at the free end opposite to the base connected to the connecting portion of the binding, A binding hook is formed,
    The binding rod projecting from the first connecting portion is locked at the tip and closed when binding the object to be bound, and is elastically opened at the tip locked by the finger. The binding knives provided with a plurality are arranged in parallel at an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, and the binding rod protruding from the second connecting portion binds the object to be bound. Sometimes it is locked and closed at its tip, and the pinch binding with elasticity that is unlocked and opened by pinching with a finger is suitable for the plural in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion. Formed in parallel at intervals,
    The binding lock portion is configured to lock or disengage one binding rod and the other binding rod arranged in parallel with each other by displacing the binding rod in a direction intersecting the rotation direction of the binding binding. The convex portion and concave portion of one binding rod and the concave portion and convex portion of the other binding rod are engaged with each other, and the convex portion and concave portion of one binding rod and the concave portion and convex portion of the other binding rod are Is recessed in the opposite direction,
    The binding rod is formed with a disengagement prevention portion for preventing disengagement in the rotation direction of the binding rod and in a direction crossing the rotation direction, and the disengagement prevention portion includes a plurality of stubborn bindings on the top side. A locking projection that protrudes toward the opposite side of the direction in which the gap between the flanges is shortened, and a locking recess that is recessed from the locking projection on the base side,
    The squeezing staples squeeze the bindings in a space for holding the stigma bindings arranged in parallel at intervals when the bindings are displaced so as to be engaged or disengaged. Thus, the binding tool formed so as to reduce and displace the spacing between the plurality of scissors bindings formed at intervals in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of the bindings.
  3. A plurality of binding parts, a connecting part for connecting the binding parts, and a hinge part for connecting the connecting parts,
    The connecting portion includes a first connecting portion and a second connecting portion that are divided into left and right with the hinge portion as a center,
    The pair of bindings constituting the binding part is substantially annular when closed at an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connection part in each of the first connection part and the second connection part constituting the connection part. To be locked to the facing binding when the binding is closed, at the free end opposite to the base connected to the connecting portion of the binding, A binding hook is formed,
    The binding rod projecting from the first connecting portion is locked at the tip and closed when binding the object to be bound, and is elastically opened at the tip locked by the finger. The binding knives provided with a plurality are arranged in parallel at an appropriate interval in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion, and the binding rod protruding from the second connecting portion binds the object to be bound. Sometimes it is locked and closed at its tip, and the pinch binding with elasticity that is unlocked and opened by pinching with a finger is suitable for the plural in the longitudinal direction of the connecting portion. Formed in parallel at intervals,
    The binding lock portion is configured to lock or disengage one binding rod and the other binding rod arranged in parallel with each other by displacing the binding rod in a direction intersecting the rotation direction of the binding binding. The convex portion and concave portion of one binding rod and the concave portion and convex portion of the other binding rod are engaged with each other, and the convex portion and concave portion of one binding rod and the concave portion and convex portion of the other binding rod are Is recessed in the opposite direction,
    The binding rod is formed with a disengagement prevention portion for preventing disengagement in the rotation direction of the binding rod and in a direction crossing the rotation direction, and the disengagement prevention portion includes a plurality of stubborn bindings on the top side. A locking projection that protrudes toward the opposite side of the direction in which the gap between the flanges is shortened, and a locking recess that is recessed from the locking projection on the base side,
    The first connecting portion and the second connecting portion include a facing portion that is a region where the first connecting portion and the second connecting portion face each other, and are formed so as to be in close contact with each other when the binding device is closed,
    The squeezing staples squeeze the bindings in a space for holding the stigma bindings arranged in parallel at intervals when the bindings are displaced so as to be engaged or disengaged. Thus, the binding tool formed so as to reduce and displace the spacing between the plurality of scissors bindings formed at intervals in the direction intersecting the rotation direction of the bindings.
  4. The binding portion includes a first binding rod and a second binding rod divided into left and right with the connecting portion as a center,
    The first binding rod is formed on an end side in a direction in which a pair of pinching binding rods that are pinched disengages the binding pinching portion;
    The second binding rod is an end side in a direction in which a pair of squeezing binding rods to be disengaged from the binding lock engaging portion, on an end side opposite to the end side of the first binding rod. The binding device according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the binding device is formed.
  5. 5. The smooth protrusion is formed from a free end so that the locking projection of the disengagement prevention portion fits into the locking recess while protruding or sliding. Binding tool.
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