JP5791775B1 - Roll-out lamination equipment - Google Patents

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JP5791775B1
JP5791775B1 JP2014193143A JP2014193143A JP5791775B1 JP 5791775 B1 JP5791775 B1 JP 5791775B1 JP 2014193143 A JP2014193143 A JP 2014193143A JP 2014193143 A JP2014193143 A JP 2014193143A JP 5791775 B1 JP5791775 B1 JP 5791775B1
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The present invention provides a spread lamination device capable of attaching a label to a sheet material with a simpler structure than before. A spread lamination apparatus includes a lamination table, a conveyor for handling a fabric, a cutter unit, and an original fabric receiving section. The cutter unit 5 includes a pair of cutter carriages 25 that move in the length direction of the stacked table 2, a rail member 26 that is spanned between the cutter carriages 25, and a cutter head 24 that is driven along the rail members 26. Have. A printer 51 that prints information on a pattern piece formed by cutting the fabric 3 on a label base paper and issues a label, and a label applying arm 43 that receives the label from the printer 51 and applies the label to the fabric 3 are attached to the cutter head 24. ing. When the fabric 3 to be placed on the outermost surface of the laminated body 38 is pulled out from the original fabric 30, the label 52 is pasted by the label pasting arm 43. [Selection] Figure 1

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  The present invention relates to a spread lamination apparatus that draws and laminates sheet materials such as fabrics from an original fabric.

  Conventionally, as a cutting device for cutting a fabric to produce a pattern piece for clothing, a cutting table having a support surface for supporting the fabric to be cut and a cutting blade is built in and driven in a plane direction on the support surface. There is a plotter type cutting device provided with a cutter head. This type of cutting device drives the cutter head while operating the cutting blade based on the cutting data indicating the shape of the pattern piece, and cuts the fabric on the support surface into a predetermined shape to produce a pattern piece. It is configured as follows.

  When producing a plurality of pattern pieces of the same shape with the above-mentioned cutting apparatus, a laminated body formed by laminating a plurality of fabrics is supported on a support surface, and the laminated body is cut to increase cutting efficiency. It has been broken. In order to form a laminated body of fabrics to be cut by a cutting device, a spread laminate device is used in which the fabric is cut out from a roll-shaped raw fabric and stacked.

  The present inventor as a spread lamination device, a placement surface on which the fabric is placed, an upper end roller disposed above the placement surface, a lower end roller disposed below the placement surface, An endless conveyor belt that is stretched between the upper end roller and the lower end roller, and a connecting belt that is coupled to the upper end roller and the lower end roller and is stretched across the opposite side of the conveyor belt. It has been proposed (see Patent Document 1). The spread lamination apparatus draws out a fabric on a conveyor belt from an original fabric arranged on one end side of the placing surface, and cuts the drawn out fabric into a predetermined length. The cut fabric is transported to a placement position on the other end side of the placement surface by a conveyor belt, the transported fabric is transferred from the conveyor belt onto the placement surface, and the fabric is placed on the placement surface. Repeat the drawing process for pulling out the fabric from the original fabric, the cutting process for cutting the drawn fabric, the transporting process for transporting the cut fabric, and the mounting process for transferring from the conveyor belt onto the mounting surface. Thus, the fabrics are stacked to form a laminate. The laminate formed by the spread lamination device is conveyed onto the support surface of the cutting device by an air table or an operator's manual work, and is cut by a cutter of the cutter head, so that a plurality of pattern pieces having a predetermined shape are obtained. Produced.

  By the way, a label representing information on each dimension, part, etc. is affixed to the pattern piece produced by the cutting device so as to be appropriately combined with other pattern pieces in a later sewing step. In order to efficiently perform the label sticking operation, a cutting apparatus having a label issuing function and a sticking function has been proposed (see Patent Document 2).

  The conventional cutting apparatus includes a spreader base that spreads the cloth, a cutter base that cuts the cloth, a spreader that pulls out the cloth on the spreader base, and a cutter head that cuts the cloth on the cutter base. The spreader base has a spreader beam extending in the width direction and driven in the length direction, and the cutter base has a cutter beam extending in the width direction and driven in the length direction. The cutter head is driven in the width direction of the cutter table along the cutter beam. A labeling head is drivably attached to the spreader beam of the spreader table or the cutter beam of the cutter table. This labeling head is a printer that prints information on a backing sheet to produce a label, and the label produced by the printer is held by a holding surface and driven toward the fabric, and the label held by the holding surface is applied to the fabric. And a sticking base to be attached. In this cutting apparatus, the labeling head separated from the cutter head is attached to the spreader beam or the cutter beam, so that the process of spreading the cloth on the spreader table and the process of cutting the cloth with the cutter table are performed in parallel. It is possible to produce and affix a label.

Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 10-140469 JP 2002-19754 A

  However, the cutting device disclosed in Patent Document 2 is formed separately from the cutter head, and is configured to drive a labeling head having a printer and an attaching table along the spreader beam or the cutter beam. Therefore, since a drive mechanism different from the spreader and the cutter head is required for the labeling head, the configuration of the apparatus becomes complicated, which causes an increase in apparatus cost and manufacturing cost.

  Even when the labeling head provided in the cutting device of Patent Document 2 is adopted in the spread lamination device of the cited document 1, a labeling head is separately provided on the traveling rail of the cutter head provided in this spread lamination device, The device configuration becomes complicated, leading to an increase in device cost and manufacturing cost.

  SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION An object of the present invention is to provide a spread lamination device capable of attaching a label to a sheet material with a simpler configuration than before.

In order to solve the above-described problem, the spread lamination device of the present invention includes a lamination table having a placement surface on which a sheet material is placed and a laminate is formed;
A cutter head having a cutter for cutting off the sheet material placed on the placement surface of the laminated table from the original fabric, and driven at least in the width direction of the placement surface;
On the placing surface of the laminated table, placing means for moving and placing the sheet material cut from the original fabric by the cutter, and
A label issuing device for issuing a label on which information about a cut piece formed by cutting the sheet material is described;
It is provided with the label sticking means which affixes the said label on the sheet | seat material on the mounting surface of the said lamination | stacking table while it is provided in the said cutter head and receives the label issued with the said label issuing apparatus.

  According to the said structure, the sheet | seat material pulled out from the original fabric is cut | disconnected with the cutter of a cutter head, and is cut | disconnected from the said original fabric. The sheet material separated from the original fabric is placed on the placement surface of the laminated table by the placing means. A label on which information relating to a cut piece formed by cutting the sheet material is described is issued by a label issuing device. The label is received by a label attaching means and attached to a sheet material on the mounting surface of the laminated table. Here, since the label sticking means is provided in the cutter head, the label sticking means can be stuck by moving the label sticking means to a predetermined position of the sheet material by driving the cutter head. Therefore, since the label sticking means does not require a dedicated driving means, a spread laminate apparatus having a label placement function can be realized with a relatively simple apparatus configuration. Moreover, since the label sticking means sticks a label to the sheet material on the placement surface, it is not necessary to provide a dedicated area for sticking the label on the laminated table, so that the laminated table can be reduced in size. Here, when the cutter head is configured to be driven only in the width direction of the placement surface, the cutter head is driven when the sheet material is moved by the placement means. Thereby, a label sticking means can be arrange | positioned and the label can be stuck in the arbitrary positions of the said plane direction of the said sheet | seat material. Further, when the cutter head is configured to be driven in a plane direction parallel to the placement surface, the label sticking means is placed at an arbitrary position in the plane direction of the sheet material only by driving the cutter head. Can be placed and labeled.

In one embodiment of the roll stacking apparatus, the placement means is disposed above the placement surface, and an upper end roller formed so as to be movable in both forward and backward directions in the direction of pulling out the sheet material from the original fabric. Formed by a conveyor having a conveyor belt wound around an upper end roller,
While the upper end roller moves and rotates, the conveyor belt conveying side stops, while the return side of the conveyor belt moves to perform the transfer operation of transferring the sheet material on the conveyor belt onto the mounting surface. It is formed as follows.

  According to the said embodiment, the sheet | seat material cut | disconnected from the original fabric is mounted on the conveyor belt of a conveyor, and is mounted on a mounting surface by moving to a mounting surface from this conveyor belt. When the sheet material is placed on the conveyor belt, after being placed, or when the sheet material is transferred from the conveyor belt to the placement surface, the label can be attached to the sheet material by the label attaching means. Therefore, the pasting operation can be executed without providing a dedicated area for pasting the label.

The spread lamination apparatus of one embodiment, a support member that rotatably supports both ends of the upper end roller,
The support member is supported so as to be able to be driven toward and away from the placement surface, and includes a conveyor carriage that moves along both side edges of the placement surface.

  According to the above-described embodiment, when the sheet material is placed on the placement surface and laminated to form a laminated body, the distance from the placement surface of the upper end roller is set so that the support member is moved toward and away from the conveyor carriage. It is adjusted by driving. Thereby, the distance between the surface of the laminated body which transfers a sheet | seat material and a conveyor belt is adjusted appropriately according to the thickness of a laminated body. Therefore, the conveyor belt can move on the mounting surface without interfering with the laminated body. In addition, by moving the conveyor carriage along both side edges of the placement surface, it is possible to form a laminate by transferring the sheet material to a desired position in the drawing direction of the sheet material.

The roll stacking apparatus of one embodiment includes a lower end roller disposed below the placement surface,
A connecting belt connecting the upper end roller and the lower end roller;
A connection belt drive unit that drives the connection belt and moves the upper end roller;
The conveyor belt is an endless belt stretched between the upper end roller and the lower end roller.

  According to the embodiment, the conveyor belt is stretched between the upper end roller above the placement surface and the lower end roller below the placement surface, thereby transferring the sheet material on the conveyor belt onto the placement surface. A transfer operation, a transport operation for transporting the sheet material from a predetermined position on the conveyor to another position, and a travel operation for moving the sheet material while maintaining the relative position with respect to the upper end roller can be easily performed.

The spread lamination apparatus of one embodiment is a cutter head drive having two traveling parts that travel along both side edges of the mounting surface of the lamination table, and a rail member that is spanned between these traveling parts. Equipped with a mechanism
The cutter head is attached so as to be able to travel along the rail member of the cutter head drive mechanism, and is formed so as to be driven in a plane direction parallel to the placement surface.
The label issuing device is provided in the traveling unit of the cutter head driving mechanism or the cutter head.

  According to the above embodiment, the label sticking means attached to the cutter head driven in the plane direction parallel to the placement surface by the cutter head drive mechanism, without using a dedicated drive mechanism for sticking the label, A label can be attached to a desired position of the sheet material. In addition, since the label issuing device is provided in the traveling portion of the cutter head driving mechanism, the label applying means can receive the label issued by the label issuing device only by moving the cutter head along the rail member. Further, by providing the label issuing device on the cutter head, the label applying means can quickly receive the label issued by the label issuing device.

An extending and laminating apparatus according to an embodiment includes a cutter head drive mechanism having a column member standing on both sides of a mounting surface of the stacking table and a rail member spanned between the column members. ,
The cutter head is attached so as to be movable in the width direction of the mounting surface along the rail member of the cutter head driving mechanism,
The label issuing device is provided on a column member of the cutter head driving mechanism or the cutter head.

  According to the above embodiment, the label sticking means attached to the cutter head that moves in the width direction of the placement surface along the rail member of the cutter head drive mechanism is moved to the desired width direction position of the sheet material by the cutter head. Be placed. Here, the cutter head is driven in the width direction when the sheet material is moved in the direction of pulling out from the original fabric by the placing means. Thereby, a label can be stuck at an arbitrary position of the sheet material without using a dedicated drive mechanism for sticking the label. Further, by providing the label issuing device on the column member of the cutter head driving mechanism, the label applying means can receive the label issued by the label issuing device only by moving the cutter head along the rail member. Further, by providing the label issuing device on the cutter head, the label applying means can quickly receive the label issued by the label issuing device.

In one embodiment, the roll stacking apparatus includes a rail member spanned between the conveyor carriages,
The cutter head is attached so as to be able to travel along the rail member, so that it can be driven in a plane direction parallel to the placement surface.
The spread sheet laminating device, wherein the label issuing device is provided on the conveyor carriage or the cutter head.

  According to the said embodiment, a cutter head is attached to the rail member between the conveyor carriages which support the upper end roller of a conveyor, and, thereby, drives to a plane direction parallel to a mounting surface. Thereby, a label can be stuck at an arbitrary position of the sheet material without using a dedicated drive mechanism for sticking the label. Further, since the label issuing device is provided on the conveyor carriage, the label applying means can receive the label issued by the label issuing device only by moving the cutter head along the rail member. Further, by providing the label issuing device on the cutter head, the label applying means can quickly receive the label issued by the label issuing device.

It is a perspective view which shows the spread lamination apparatus of 1st Embodiment of this invention. It is a schematic cross section which shows the principal part of a spread lamination apparatus. It is sectional drawing which shows the other end part of a conveyor. It is a figure which shows the process of aligning a label arrangement | positioning arm. It is a figure which shows the process of hold | maintaining a label with the suction cup part of a label arrangement | positioning arm. It is a figure which shows the process of arrange | positioning a label on fabric with a label arrangement | positioning arm. It is a figure which shows the label arrangement | positioning arm of a modification. It is a figure which shows the clamping part of a label arrangement | positioning arm. It is a figure which shows the process of hold | maintaining a label with the clamping part of a label arrangement | positioning arm. It is a figure which shows the process of arrange | positioning a label on fabric with a label arrangement | positioning arm. It is a figure which shows the process in which a label arrangement | positioning arm withdraws from a fabric. It is a top view which shows the spread lamination apparatus of 2nd Embodiment. It is sectional drawing which shows the other end part of a conveyor. It is a perspective view which shows the spread lamination apparatus of 3rd Embodiment.

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

  The spread sheet laminating apparatus of the embodiment of the present invention is for producing a laminated body of fabric as a sheet material, and is used together with a cutting apparatus for cutting a laminated body to produce a pattern piece of clothing. FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing the spread laminate apparatus of the first embodiment, and FIG. 2 is a schematic cross-sectional view showing the main part of the spread laminate apparatus. As shown in FIG. 1, the spread sheet laminating apparatus generally includes a stacking table 2, a conveyor 4 as a placing means for handling a fabric 3 as a sheet material, a cutter unit 5, and an original fabric receiving portion 6. Has been. In this spread lamination apparatus, a pattern piece is formed by forming a laminate 38 of a fabric 3 on a mounting surface 1 provided on the surface of a laminate table 2 and cutting the fabric 3 on the surface of the laminate 38. A label on which information on is described is arranged. The laminate 38 formed by the spread laminate apparatus is supplied to a cutting machine disposed in the vicinity of the spread laminate apparatus by an air table (not shown) or manually.

  The laminated table 2 includes a generally box-shaped table frame and a rectangular plate-shaped laminated table 41 disposed inside the table frame in plan view. The surface of the stacking table 41 is formed of a moquette-like material, and when the fabric 3 is cut, the tip portion of the cutter 27 of the cutter unit 5 can enter in the thickness direction. The surface of the stacking table 41 is exposed on the surface of the stacking table 2, and serves as a placement surface 1 that supports the fabric 3 and the fabric stack 38 and is cut by the cutter unit 5. On the placing surface 1 of the laminated table 2, the fabric 3 is pulled out from the raw fabric 30 by the conveyor 4, cut into a predetermined length, and placed. On one end side of the conveyor 4, an original fabric receiving portion 6 that supports the original fabric 30 from which the fabric 3 is drawn is provided. The stacking table 2 includes a control unit that controls the operation of the conveyor 4.

  FIG. 3 is a cross-sectional view showing the other end portion of the conveyor 4. The conveyor 4 pulls out the fabric 3 from the original fabric 30 held by the original fabric receiving portion 6, and after the fabric 3 is cut to a predetermined length, the fabric 3 is required to a predetermined position on the stacking table 41. In accordance with this movement, they are stacked on the loading surface 1.

  The conveyor 4 has an upper end roller 8 that moves in the direction connecting the one end and the other end of the mounting surface 1 above the mounting surface 1, and one end of the mounting surface 1 below the mounting surface 1. And a lower end roller 14 that moves in the direction connecting the other end. Hereinafter, with respect to the mounting surface 1, a direction connecting one end and the other end is referred to as a length direction, and a direction orthogonal to the length direction is referred to as a width direction. An endless conveyor belt 7 is wound around the upper end roller 8 and the lower end roller 14 between the upper side and the lower side of the mounting surface 1 via one end side of the mounting surface 1. . The endless conveyor belt 7 is divided into a transport side 7a that is a portion far from the placement surface 1 and a return side 7b that is a portion close to the placement surface 1 with the upper end roller 8 and the lower end roller 14 as a boundary. The cloth 3 is placed on the conveyance side 7a that appears on the upper surface of the laminated table 2 of the conveyor belt 7, and operations such as conveyance are performed. The endless conveyor belt 7 includes an upper horizontal portion that extends substantially horizontally from the upper end roller 8 to the vicinity of the original fabric receiving portion 6, a vertical portion that extends substantially vertically to the upper horizontal portion, and a vertical portion. And a lower horizontal portion extending substantially horizontally to the lower end roller 14. The upper horizontal portion and the vertical portion of the conveyor belt 7 are bent by a conveyor roller 16A in contact with the conveyance side 7a and a conveyor roller 16C in contact with the return side 7b. The vertical portion and the lower horizontal portion of the conveyor belt 7 are bent by a conveyor roller 16B in contact with the conveyance side 7a and a conveyor roller 16D in contact with the return side 7b. A conveyor drive unit 19 that drives the conveyor belt 7 is connected to a conveyor roller 16B that is in contact with the conveying side 7a between the vertical portion and the lower horizontal portion of the conveyor belt 7. The conveyor drive unit 19 has a motor and a clutch provided on the output shaft of the motor. The conveyor drive unit 19 is configured to apply a rotational force to the conveyor roller 16B by switching the clutch, to stop the conveyor roller 16 so as not to rotate, or to freely release the conveyor roller 16B. Yes. The upper end roller 8 is pivotally supported at both ends of a rotating shaft on an upper plate 11 of a conveyor carriage 10 that is movably disposed on both sides of the laminated table 2. The lower end roller 14 is pivotally supported at both ends of a rotating shaft by a lower plate 15 that is movably disposed on both sides of the table frame of the laminated table 2.

  The upper end roller 8 and the lower end roller 14 are connected by a connecting belt 21 via a conveyor carriage 10 to which the upper plate 11 is attached and a lower plate 15. The connecting belt 21 is arranged on both sides in the width direction in the laminated table 2 so as to connect the conveyor carriage 10 and the lower plate 15 on both sides in the width direction on each side. Each connecting belt 21 is formed of a toothed belt. Each of the connecting belts 21 includes an upper horizontal portion that extends substantially horizontally from the conveyor carriage 10 to the vicinity of the other end of the mounting surface 1, a vertical portion that extends substantially vertically to the upper horizontal portion, It has a lower horizontal portion that continues to the vertical portion and extends substantially horizontally to the lower plate 15. The upper horizontal portion and the vertical portion of the connecting belt 21 are bent by a belt pulley 22A. A belt pulley 22B is bent between the vertical portion and the lower horizontal portion of the connecting belt 21. The belt pulley 22B that is in contact between the vertical portion and the lower horizontal portion of the connecting belt 21 has teeth that mesh with the teeth of the connecting belt 21, and the belt pulleys 22B on both sides in the width direction are connected to each other by a synchronization shaft. As a result, the connecting belts 21 and 21 on both sides in the width direction are driven in synchronism with each other without any deviation, and the conveyor carriage 10 and the lower plate 15 are appropriately moved. A belt drive motor 23 that drives the connecting belt 21 is connected to the belt pulley 22B. The belt drive motor 23 is formed of a servo motor, and is configured to apply a rotational force to the belt pulley 22B or stop the belt pulley 22B so as not to rotate.

  The conveyor drive unit 19 is connected to the conveyor roller 16B that drives the conveyor belt 7, and the belt drive motor 23 is connected to the belt pulley 22B that drives the connecting belt 21, but this drive unit is provided with a single drive unit. The conveyor roller 16B and the belt pulley 22B may be connected to each other via a clutch and a transmission mechanism, and the conveyor roller 16B and the belt pulley 22B may be appropriately driven as necessary.

  The pair of conveyor carriages 10 is arranged so as to be movable in the conveyance direction of the fabric 3 along the edges on both sides of the laminated table 2, and supports the upper end roller 8 so as to be movable in the conveyance direction and the vertical direction of the fabric 3. ing. As shown in FIG. 3, the conveyor carriage 10 rotatably supports the wheels 42, 42 moving along the rails 43 provided on both edges of the laminated table 2 and the end of the upper end roller 8 of the conveyor 4. And an upper plate 11 as a supporting member.

  The upper plate 11 supports both ends of a fabric guide plate 12 as a guide member disposed adjacent to the upper end roller 8 and drives a presser plate 13 that is driven toward and away from the surface of the fabric guide plate 12. I support it as possible. The upper plate 11 is attached to the conveyor carriage 10 so as to be movable along the upper and lower rails 31. The conveyor carriage 10 has a chain 34 connected to the upper plate 11 and stretched in the vertical direction, an upper sprocket 33A and a lower sprocket 33B meshing with the chain 34, and a motor 32 connected to the upper sprocket 33A. An encoder 35 is connected to the upper sprocket 33A. The upper sprocket 33 </ b> A is rotated by the motor 32 to drive the chain 34, and the upper plate 11 connected to the chain 34 is driven in the vertical direction, so that the upper plate 11 is moved toward and away from the mounting surface 1. It is formed so as to be driven. Based on the rotational speed of the upper sprocket 33 </ b> A detected by the encoder 35, the position of the upper end roller 8 attached to the upper plate 11 is detected in the vertical direction. Each time the conveyor 4 completes the transfer operation of the fabric 3, the upper plate 11 is controlled to increase by the thickness of the fabric 3 placed on the placement surface 1. The thickness of the fabric 3 to be placed is formed so as to be input in advance via a control device (not shown).

  The conveyor carriage 10 is rotatable at both ends of an upper guide roller 9A that supports the conveyance side 7a of the conveyor belt 7 wound around the upper end roller 8 and a lower guide roller 9B that supports the return side 7b of the conveyor belt 7. I support it. As the upper end roller 8 is driven in the contact / separation direction with respect to the placement surface 1, the upper end roller 8, the upper guide roller 9A, and the lower guide roller of the conveyor belt 7 are supported with the upper guide roller 9A and the lower guide roller 9B as fulcrums. It is formed so that the angle of the part between 9B changes. Further, even when the upper end roller 8 is driven in the contact / separation direction with respect to the mounting surface 1, the conveyor rollers 16 </ b> A and 16 </ b> C side portions of the conveyor belt 7 are held horizontally with respect to the upper guide roller 9 </ b> A and the lower guide roller 9 </ b> B. It is formed to be.

  The conveyor 4 performs a moving operation, a transferring operation, and a conveying operation in the process of pulling out the fabric 3 from the raw fabric 30 and loading it on the placing surface 1.

  In the moving operation, the upper end roller 8 and the lower end roller 14 stop moving and the upper end roller 8 and the conveyor belt 7 move as a whole without causing relative displacement. In the moving operation, the clutch of the conveyor drive unit 19 is switched to the release mode, the conveyor roller 16B is freely released to be driven, and the conveyor belt 7 can be freely moved. On the other hand, the clutch of the belt drive motor 23 is switched to the power transmission mode, the rotational force is input to the belt pulley 22B, and the connecting belt 21 is driven. When the conveyor carriage 10 is driven to the other end side by the connecting belt 21, the upper end roller 8 and the conveyor belt 7 are driven to the other end side. On the other hand, when the lower plate 15 is driven to the other end side by the connecting belt 21, the upper end roller 8 and the conveyor belt 7 are driven to one end side. Thus, the cloth 3 on the conveyor belt 7 is moved in any one of the length directions of the placement surface 1 without changing the relative position with the upper end roller 8 by the moving operation.

  In the transfer operation, with the conveying side 7a of the conveyor belt 7 fixed, the upper end roller 8 moves to one end side of the placing surface while rotating, and the return side 7b of the conveyor belt 7 is in the same direction as the upper end roller 8. Move to. As a result, the fabric 3 arranged on the transport side 7a of the conveyor belt 7 is moved down to the one end side together with the upper end roller 8 by the transport side 7a of the conveyor belt 7 supporting the fabric 3 being placed on the lower placement surface. 1 is lowered and placed. In the transfer operation, the clutch of the conveyor drive unit 19 is switched to the brake mode, the conveyor roller 16B is held unrotatable and stopped, and the transport side 7a of the conveyor belt 7 cannot move. On the other hand, the belt drive motor 23 is activated, the rotational force is input to the belt pulley 22B, and the connecting belt 21 is driven. By pulling the lower plate 15 to the other end side by the connecting belt 21, the upper end roller 8 and the return side 7b of the conveyor belt 7 are driven to one end side.

  In the conveyance operation, the upper end roller 8 rotates in a state where it is stopped in the length direction of the placement surface 1, and the conveyor belt 7 is driven. By the transport operation, the fabric 3 placed on the transport side 7 a located on the placement surface 1 of the conveyor belt 7 is transported in the length direction of the placement surface 1. In the transport operation, the clutch of the conveyor drive unit 19 is switched to the power transmission mode, the rotational force is input to the conveyor roller 16B, and the conveyor belt 7 is driven. On the other hand, the belt drive motor 23 is controlled to stop, the belt pulley 22B is held non-rotatable and stopped, and the connecting belt 21 cannot move. The conveying side 7a of the conveyor belt 7 is driven from the upper end roller 8 toward the lower end roller 14 by the conveyor roller 16B, so that the conveying side 7a located on the placing surface 1 of the conveyor belt 7 is Driven to one end. On the other hand, the conveying side 7a of the conveyor belt 7 is driven from the lower end roller 14 toward the upper end roller 8 by the conveyor roller 16B, so that the conveying side 7a located on the placing surface 1 of the conveyor belt 7 becomes the placing surface. 1 is driven to the other end side.

  The cutter unit 5 is bridged between a pair of cutter carriages 25 that travel along two rails installed on both edges of the laminated table 2 and the pair of cutter carriages 25, 25. A rail member 26 extending in the width direction of the rail and a cutter head 24 that travels along the rail member 26 are provided. The cutter unit 5 has a built-in cutter 27 for cutting the fabric 3. The cutter unit 5 is moved in the length direction of the placement surface 1 by the cutter carriage 25, and is moved in the width direction of the placement surface 1 by a driving mechanism built in the cutter head 24. It is driven in a plane parallel to the placement surface 1. One cutter carriage 25 incorporates a control unit that controls the operation of the cutter unit 5. The control unit of the cutter unit 5 may be provided in the cutter head 24.

  The cutter unit 5 is provided with a printer 51 as a label issuing device and a label attaching arm 43 as a label attaching means.

  The printer 51 prints and issues information about the pattern piece formed by cutting the fabric 3 on the label base paper. The label base paper is composed of a surface base material on which information is printed, an adhesive applied to the opposite side of the printing surface of the surface base material, and a release material that covers the adhesive. Contained. The printer 51 unwinds the roll-shaped label base paper, prints information on the pattern piece on the surface substrate by thermal transfer, ink jet, or the like, and discharges the label from the label discharge port provided on the side surface. The information to be printed on the label is preferably represented by a computer-readable code such as a barcode or QR code (registered trademark) in addition to characters. As the printer 51, a commercially available label printer can be used. The printer 51 is fixed to one end side of one cutter carriage 25 included in the cutter unit 5. The printer 51 has a built-in control unit that controls the operation.

  The label sticking arm 43 is provided on the cutter head 24 of the cutter unit 5, and is driven in a plane direction parallel to the placement surface 1 together with the cutter head 24 by the drive mechanism of the cutter unit 5. The label sticking arm 43 is fixed to one end of the cutter head 24 and is disposed at a position where the label 52 discharged from the printer 51 can be received.

  As shown in FIG. 4A, the label attaching arm 43 is connected to the first cylinder 151 fixed to the cutter head 24, the second cylinder 152 connected to the rod of the first cylinder 151, and the rod of the second cylinder 152. Suction cup 153. The first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 extend and contract the rod by the compressed air supplied by the air pipes 154 and 155 to change the distance from the mounting surface 1 of the suction cup 153 as a holding portion. It functions as a part drive mechanism. The first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 are single-acting cylinders having compressed air supplied to one chamber and a return spring in the other chamber with respect to the piston in the cylinder body, and compressed air is supplied to the cylinder chamber. While the rod extends, the compressed air in the cylinder chamber is released and the rod contracts by the return spring. The first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 may be formed such that the rod is extended by a return spring, and compressed air is supplied to the cylinder chamber so that the rod contracts. The first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 are double-acting cylinders in which compressed air is supplied to the cylinder chambers on both sides with respect to the piston, and the expansion and contraction of the rod is controlled by the amount of compressed air supplied to one of the cylinder chambers. It may be. The suction surface of the suction cup 153 is in contact with the label 52 and sucked through the air pipe 156 to reduce the pressure, and holds the label 52 by an adsorption action. The first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 as the holding unit driving mechanism may be other actuators that linearly drive the holding unit in a direction perpendicular to the cut surface, such as a linear motor, a rack, and a pinion mechanism. . The control unit of the label sticking arm 43 is provided in the cutter carriage 25 together with the control unit of the cutter unit 5.

  The raw fabric receiving portion 6 includes a pair of arms 37 installed so as to protrude in the length direction from both sides of one end of the laminated table 2, and two support rollers 36 rotatably supported between the arms 37, 36. By arranging the original fabric 30 in parallel between the two support rollers 36, 36, the original fabric 30 is rotatably supported. The support roller 36 may be driven to rotate when the fabric 3 is pulled out from the raw fabric 30 on the conveyor 4, and may be driven to rotate by a driving device according to the amount of the fabric 3 to be pulled out.

  The control device 50 is connected to the stacking table 2 and communicates with the control units of the conveyor 4, the cutter unit 5, the printer 51, and the label applying arm 43 to control the stacking table 2, the cutter unit 5, the printer 51, and the label applying arm 43. Performs information processing necessary for operation. The control device 50 is configured by a commercially available notebook personal computer, and is connected to a controller operated by an operator. The control device 50 includes an arrangement state of cutting lines to be executed on the stacked body 38 on the placement surface 1, information on pattern pieces obtained by cutting the stacked body 38, and an operation screen of the spread laminate device Has a display as a display device. The controller receives various inputs related to the operation of the roll stacking apparatus and the cutting pattern from an operator, and a commercially available game controller can be used. It should be noted that hardware or software having the same function as that of the control device 50 is incorporated in the laminated table 2, and various types of components formed on the laminated table 2 or the cutter carriage 25 of the cutter unit 5 of the laminated table 2 with a touch panel or the like. An input unit may be provided. In addition, the control device 50 may also serve as a control device for a cutting device that performs cutting of the laminated body 38 manufactured by the spread lamination device.

  The operation when the fabric 3 is laminated to produce the laminated body 38 and the label 52 is pasted on the surface of the laminated body 38 will be described with the spread lamination apparatus having the above configuration.

  First, the operator inputs cutting data regarding a pattern piece to be manufactured by cutting the fabric 3 to the control device 50. The cutting data includes cutting pattern information indicating the shape of the pattern piece and the arrangement position of the pattern piece on the fabric 3, and pattern piece attribute information regarding the pattern piece, such as the product number and size of the clothing in which the pattern piece is used, and the part of the pattern piece. It is out. When the cutting data is input to the control device 50, the label data described in the label 52 is created based on the pattern piece attribute information. Furthermore, label position data for specifying a position where the label 52 should be arranged on the fabric 3 is created based on the cutting pattern information. The label data and label position data are created based on the cutting data by a control program installed in the control device 50 and stored in the storage unit of the control device 50.

  Subsequently, the production of the laminated body 38 by the conveyor 4 is started. First, an original fabric drawing process for drawing the fabric 3 from the original fabric 30 onto the conveyor belt 7 is performed. In the original fabric drawing process, the leading end of the fabric 3 is manually pulled out from the original fabric 30 and placed on the surface near one end of the conveyor side 7a of the conveyor belt 7. At this time, the length direction position of the upper end roller 8 of the conveyor 4 may be any from one end to the other end of the placement surface 1. When the leading end of the fabric 3 is placed on the surface of the conveyor belt 7, the conveyor 4 performs a transport operation, and the leading end of the fabric 3 is transported to the fabric guide plate 12 at the other end of the conveyor 4, and the original is accompanied accordingly. The fabric 3 is pulled out from the opposite side 30, and the fabric 3 is laid on the surface of the conveyor belt 7 on the conveying side 7a. When the tip of the fabric 3 is conveyed to the fabric guide plate 12, the presser plate 13 is driven toward the surface of the fabric guide plate 12, and the tip of the fabric 3 is sandwiched and fixed by the fabric guide plate 12 and the presser plate 13. Is done. When the leading end of the fabric 3 is fixed to the fabric guiding plate 12, the conveyor 4 performs a moving operation, and the leading end of the fabric guiding plate 12 is moved to the other edge of the position on the placement surface 1 where the laminate 38 is to be formed. Is moved to the stacking tip position. In addition, before fixing the front-end | tip part of the fabric 3 to the fabric guide plate 12, in order to remove defective parts, such as pattern matching and fraying, you may cut | disconnect the edge part of the fabric 3 with the cutter unit 5. FIG. In the original fabric drawing process, the fabric guide plate 12 of the conveyor 4 is arranged at the stacking tip position, and the front end portion of the fabric 3 drawn from the original fabric 30 is manually transported to the fabric guide plate 12 and fixed. May be. That is, the conveyance operation of the conveyor 4 may not be performed.

  Then, the cutting process which cut | disconnects the cloth 3 on the conveyor 4 with the cutter 27 of the cutter unit 5 is performed, and the cloth 3 is cut off from the raw fabric 30. When the fabric 3 is placed on the surface of the placement surface 1 or in the vicinity of the surface, the upper end roller 8 is lowered to the vicinity of the placement surface 1, and therefore, between the upper end roller 8 of the conveyor belt 7 and the upper guide roller 9A. Is inclined with respect to the mounting surface 1. The cutter unit is determined by the sum of the length of the fabric 3 placed on the inclined portion of the conveyor belt 7 and the length of the fabric placed on the horizontal portion on one end side of the upper guide roller 9A of the conveyor belt 7. 5 is calculated, and the cutting position by the cutter 27 is determined. In the cutting process, after the fabric 3 is separated from the original fabric 30, the operator adjusts the shape and position of the fabric 3 on the conveyor belt 7 by the operator for adjusting the pattern of the fabric 3 and adjusting the distortion as necessary. It is done.

  After the cutting step, a placement step of placing the fabric 3 on the conveyor 4 on the placement surface 1 is performed. That is, the conveyor 4 performs a transfer operation in a state where the fabric guide plate 12 is positioned at the stacking tip position, and the upper end roller 8 moves to one end side of the placement surface 1. When the conveyor 4 performs the transfer operation and all the fabrics 3 on the conveyor 4 are placed on the placement surface 1, the fabric guide plate 12 is separated from the stacking tip position to one end side by the length of the stack. Reach the base position of the stack. When the fabric guide plate 12 reaches the laminated base end position and the transfer of the fabric 3 is completed, the transfer operation of the conveyor 4 is stopped, and the mounting process is completed. When the placing step is completed, the height direction position of the upper plate 11 is raised by the thickness of the transferred fabric 3.

  After the placing process, the fabric guide plate 12 returns the conveyor 4 positioned at the stacking base end position to the stacking tip position, and subsequently performs a continuous drawing process for pulling out the fabric 3 to be stacked from the raw fabric 30. After the transfer of the fabric 3 is completed, the tip of the fabric 3 to be subsequently laminated is positioned on the fabric guide plate 12 of the conveyor 4 located at the base position of the lamination. In this state, the conveyor 4 performs a moving operation, and moves the fabric 3 to the other end side of the placement surface 1 while pulling out the fabric 3 from the original fabric 30. When the tip of the fabric 3 moves to the stacking tip position, the conveyor 4 stops moving operation and the continuous drawing process is completed. After the continuous drawing process, the above-described cutting process and placing process are performed, and the fabric 3 is laminated on the cloth 3 placed on the placing surface 1 in the previous placing process.

  When the continuous drawing step, the cutting step, and the placing step are repeated, and the number of laminated layers of the fabric 3 reaches a preset number, the laminated body 38 is completed.

  According to the spread lamination apparatus of this embodiment, the upper end roller 8 of the conveyor 4 is formed so as to be able to be driven in the contact / separation direction with respect to the placement surface 1, and according to the thickness of the laminate 38 on the placement surface 1. Since the height of the upper end roller 8 is controlled, the conveyor belt 7 can be driven without interfering with the laminate 38 when the fabric 3 is transferred to the laminate 38. Further, the fabric 3 can be appropriately transferred from the conveyor belt 7 to the surface of the laminated body 38 without shifting. Moreover, since the upper end roller 8 is formed so that the distance from the mounting surface 1 can be adjusted, the distance between the surface of the laminated body 38 and the conveyor belt 7 can be made simpler than when the mounting table is moved up and down. Can be adjusted appropriately. As a result, with a simple structure, it is possible to prevent interference of the laminated body 38 with the conveyor belt 7 and displacement when the fabric 3 is transferred.

  When the placement of the second fabric 3 from the end of the laminate 38 is completed and the outermost fabric 3 is laminated, the control device 50 controls the cutter unit 5 to apply the label 52. First, the control device 50 reads out the label data stored in the storage unit and sends it to the printer 51, and reads out the label position data stored in the storage unit and sends it to the cutter unit 5.

  When the printer 51 receives the label data from the control device 50, under the control of the built-in control unit, the product number and size of the clothing produced using the pattern piece corresponding to the label data, the part of the pattern piece, etc. Information on the label paper. When printing on the label base paper is completed, the printer 51 releases the release material and discharges the label 52 from the label discharge port in a direction substantially parallel to the placement surface 1. The label 52 is preferably sent out from the label discharge port of the printer 51 in a state where the release material is removed and the adhesive surface to which the adhesive of the surface base material is applied is exposed.

  Upon receiving the label position data, the cutter unit 5 moves the cutter head 24 along the rail member 26 toward the cutter carriage 25 to which the printer 51 is fixed under the control of the built-in control unit. Thereby, the label sticking arm 43 provided in the cutter head 24 is disposed to face the side of the printer 51 where the label discharge port is provided.

  When the label 52 is issued from the printer 51, compressed air is supplied to the first cylinder 151 from the compressor (not shown) via the air pipe 154 under the control of the control unit of the label sticking arm 43. As a result, the rod of the first cylinder 151 extends, the second cylinder 152 and the suction cup 153 are sent to the placement surface 1 side, and the holding surface of the suction cup 153 comes into contact with the label 52. When the suction cup 153 is sent to a preset contact position of the label 52, the holding surface of the suction cup 153 is depressurized by a suction pump (not shown) via the air pipe 156 of the suction cup 153, whereby the suction cup 153 adsorbs the label 52. Hold. When the suction cup 153 holds the label 52, the compressed air in the first cylinder 151 is released, the rod is contracted by the return spring, and the suction cup 153 moves away from the placement surface 1 as shown in FIG. 4B. The label 52 is detached from the printer 51.

  When the suction cup 153 of the label sticking arm 43 holds the label 52, the cutter unit 5 operates the drive mechanism to move the cutter head 24 to the scheduled cutting position of the pattern piece corresponding to the label position data. When the cutter head 24 reaches the planned cutting position of the pattern piece corresponding to the label 52, the compressed air is supplied to the first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 via the air pipes 154 and 155, and the first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 are supplied. The rod of 2 cylinders 152 extends. As a result, as shown in FIG. 4C, the suction cup 153 and the label 52 are sent to the placement surface 1, the label 52 comes into contact with the fabric 3, and the label 52 is attached to a predetermined position of the fabric 3. Note that only the second cylinder 152 may be extended to send the suction cup 153 and the label 52 to the placement surface 1, and the label 52 may be attached to the fabric 3. When the application of the label 52 is completed, the decompression of the holding surface of the suction cup 153 is released, the adsorption force of the label 52 by the suction cup 153 is canceled, and the holding state of the label 52 is released. When the holding state of the label 52 by the suction cup 153 is released, the compressed air in the first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152 is released, the rod is contracted by the return springs of the first cylinder 151 and the second cylinder 152, and the suction cup 153 moves in a direction away from the placement surface 1, and the arrangement process of the label 52 ends. When the label 52 placement process is completed, the process proceeds to the next label placement process. That is, the label data related to the next label stored in the storage unit is read from the control device 50 and sent to the printer 51, and the label position data related to the next label stored in the storage unit is read and the cutter is read out. Sent to unit 5.

  The control device 50 performs the receiving process, the holding process, the moving process, and the arranging process of the label 52 by the label applying arm 43 together with the continuous drawing process of drawing the outermost fabric 3 from the raw fabric 30 onto the conveyor 4 or the continuous drawing. Performed when the process is complete. When the arrangement of the labels 52 corresponding to all the pattern pieces created from the fabric 3 is completed, the control device 50 causes the conveyor 4 to perform a cutting process and a placing process, and moves the fabric 3 to the outermost surface of the laminate 38. As a result, the laminated body 38 is completed. When the laminated body 38 is completed, the fact that the lamination of all the fabrics 3 and the arrangement of all the labels 52 has been completed is displayed on the display of the control device 50. When the operator confirms the display on the display, the operator conveys the stacked body 38 to the cutting device and cuts the stacked body 38 with the cutting device.

  The pattern piece produced by cutting the laminated body 38 on which the label 52 is arranged is subjected to a sewing process or a processing process. In these sewing and processing steps, the label 52 arranged on the pattern piece contains information such as the article number and size of the clothing, and the part of the pattern piece. Therefore, the setting is limited to a predetermined pattern piece. It is possible to appropriately attach to the embroidery process performed, and it is possible to perform sewing by appropriately combining a plurality of pattern pieces.

  As described above, according to the spread lamination apparatus of the present embodiment, the label attaching arm 43 that holds, moves, and attaches the label 52 is provided in the cutter head 24. Therefore, a dedicated drive for driving the label attaching arm 43 is provided. No equipment is required. Therefore, the apparatus configuration of the spread laminate apparatus can be simplified, and the component cost of the spread laminate apparatus can be reduced. Further, since the printer 51 that issues the label 52 is fixed to the cutter carriage 25, a dedicated drive device for the printer 51 is not required. Therefore, the apparatus configuration of the spread laminate apparatus can be simplified, and the component cost of the spread laminate apparatus can be reduced. Further, since the label attaching arm 43 for holding and attaching the label is driven by the cutter head 24 that drives the mounting surface 1 in the plane direction and the printer 51 is driven by the cutter carriage 25, the cutter head 24 is formed. The load on the drive mechanism can be reduced.

  In the above embodiment, the holding portion of the label applying arm 43 is formed by the suction cup 153, but the holding portion may be formed by using a clamping member. FIG. 5 is a side view showing a label sticking arm of a modified example, and the label sticking arm 143 is formed with a holding portion using a clamping member. This label sticking arm 143 is provided on the cutter head 24 of the cutter unit 5 similarly to the label sticking arm 43 of FIG. 4A, and in a plane direction parallel to the placement surface 1 together with the cutter head 24 by the driving mechanism of the cutter unit 5. Driven. About the label sticking arm 143 of a modification, the same code | symbol is quoted for the same component as the label sticking arm 43 of the said embodiment, and detailed description is abbreviate | omitted.

  The label affixing arm 143 of the modified example includes a first cylinder 151 fixed to the cutter unit 5, a second cylinder 152 connected to the rod of the first cylinder 151, and a holding unit connected to the rod of the second cylinder 152. As a clamping mechanism 253. As shown in FIG. 6, the clamping mechanism 253 includes an L-shaped first clamping member 256 fixed to the tip of the rod of the second cylinder 152, and an end of the first clamping member 256 on the first cylinder 151 side. A hinge 257 fixed to the hinge, a clamping cylinder 258 connected to the hinge 257 and swingable relative to the first clamping member 256, and a swinging angle of the clamping cylinder 258 fixed to the side of the clamping cylinder 258. A rocking cylinder 259 to be adjusted, and a second clamping member 260 that is fixed to the tip of the rod of the clamping cylinder 258 and bent in a crank shape and engageable with the L-shaped first clamping member 256. The first clamping member 256 has a label surface contact portion 256 a that is fixed to the rod of the second cylinder 152 and is substantially parallel to the placement surface 1 and is in contact with the printing surface of the surface substrate of the label 52. The second clamping member 260 has a label adhesion surface contact portion 260 a that is a tip portion far from the portion fixed to the rod of the clamping cylinder 258 and whose upper side is in contact with the adhesion surface of the label 52. The label adhesion surface contact portion 260a of the second clamping member 260 is overlapped with the label surface contact portion 256a of the first clamping member 256 in the normal direction view of the placement surface 1 in the side view of FIG. The length is 5 to 30% of the label surface contact portion 256a of the first clamping member 256. Thereby, when the label 52 is clamped, the area where the label adhesion surface contact portion 260a of the second clamping member 260 comes into contact with the adhesion surface of the label 52 is reduced, and the adhesive force acting on the label adhesion surface contact portion 260a is reduced. The second holding member 260 is formed to be small enough to be pulled out from the label 52 disposed on the fabric 3 in the lateral direction.

  The holding cylinder 258 extends and contracts the rod by compressed air supplied through the air pipe 261 and drives the second holding member 260 toward and away from the first holding member 256 to hold and release the label 52. . The clamping cylinder 258 is a single-acting cylinder in which compressed air is supplied to one chamber with respect to the piston in the cylinder body and a return spring is provided in the other chamber, and the rod is extended by supplying compressed air to the cylinder chamber. The compressed air in the cylinder chamber is released and the rod is contracted by the return spring.

  The oscillating cylinder 259 extends and contracts the rod by compressed air supplied through the air pipe 262, and moves the clamping cylinder 258 and the second clamping member 260 fixed to the tip of the rod of the clamping cylinder 258 around the hinge 257. The label adhesion surface contact portion 260a of the second clamping member 260 is driven to be disposed or withdrawn below the label surface contact portion 256a of the first clamping member 256. This oscillating cylinder 259 is a single-acting cylinder having compressed air supplied to one chamber and a return spring in the other chamber with respect to the piston in the cylinder body, and the rod is extended by supplying compressed air to the cylinder chamber. On the other hand, the compressed air in the cylinder chamber is released and the rod is contracted by the return spring.

  Note that the sandwiching cylinder 258 and the swing cylinder 259 may be formed such that the rod is extended by a return spring, and compressed air is supplied to the cylinder chamber so that the rod contracts. The clamping cylinder 258 and the swing cylinder 259 are double-acting cylinders in which compressed air is supplied to the cylinder chambers on both sides with respect to the piston, and the expansion and contraction of the rod is controlled by the amount of compressed air supplied to one of the cylinder chambers. There may be.

  The sandwiching cylinder 258 and the swing cylinder 259 constitute a sandwiching portion drive mechanism that performs the sandwiching operation and the releasing operation of the label 52 by the first sandwiching member 256 and the second sandwiching member 260. Note that the holding operation and the releasing operation of the label 52 by the first holding member 256 and the second holding member 260 may be performed by other driving devices such as a motor.

  The label application arm 143 holds, moves, and arranges the label 52 under the control of the control unit, similarly to the label application arm 43 having the suction cup 153. First, an input for instructing the control device 50 to start the placement of the label 52 is performed by the operator, label data is sent from the control device 50 to the printer 51, and position data is read to the cutter unit 5. Accordingly, the printer 51 prints the label 52 and moves the cutter head 24 toward the printer 51 fixed to the cutter carriage 25. When the label 52 is issued from the printer 51, compressed air is supplied to the first cylinder 151 from the compressor (not shown) via the air pipe 154. As a result, the rod of the first cylinder 151 extends, the second cylinder 152 and the clamping mechanism 253 are sent to the placement surface 1 side, and the label surface contact portion 256a of the first clamping member 256 of the clamping mechanism 253 becomes the label 52. To touch. Here, the oscillating cylinder 259 supplies compressed air in advance to extend the rod, and the clamping cylinder 258 and the second clamping member 260 are moved from the lower side of the first clamping member 256 to the second clamping member 260. Swing it to the position to leave. When the clamping mechanism 253 is sent to a preset contact position of the label 52, compressed air is supplied to the clamping cylinder 258 via the air pipe 261, the rod is extended, and the second clamping member 260 is moved to the placement surface 1 side. Driven by. Subsequently, the compressed air of the swing cylinder 259 is released, the rod contracts, the sandwiching cylinder 258 and the second sandwiching member 260 swing around the hinge 257, and the label adhesion surface contact portion 260a of the second sandwiching member 260. Is disposed below the first clamping member 256 and the label 52. Subsequently, the compressed air in the clamping cylinder 258 is released, the rod contracts, the second clamping member 260 moves to the first clamping member 256 side, and the label 52 is moved to the label surface contact portion 256a of the first clamping member 256. And the label adhesion surface contact portion 260a of the second clamping member 260. When the label 52 is sandwiched and held by the first sandwiching member 256 and the second sandwiching member 260, the compressed air in the first cylinder 151 is released and the rod is contracted by the return spring. As shown in FIG. 253 moves in a direction away from the placement surface 1 and the label 52 is detached from the printer 51.

  When the clamping mechanism 253 of the label applying arm 143 holds the label 52, the cutter unit 5 operates the drive mechanism to move the cutter head 24 to the pattern piece cutting scheduled position corresponding to the label position data. When the cutter head 24 reaches the planned cutting position of the pattern piece corresponding to the label 52, the compressed air is supplied to the second cylinder 152 via the air pipe 155, and the rod of the second cylinder 152 extends. As a result, as shown in FIG. 7B, the clamping mechanism 253 and the label 52 are sent to the placement surface 1 side, and the adhesive surface of the label 52 comes into contact with the fabric 3 on the outermost surface of the laminated body 38. A label 52 is attached to the position. The first cylinder 151 may be extended together with the second cylinder 152 to feed the clamping mechanism 253 and the label 52 to the placement surface 1 side, and the label 52 may be stuck to the fabric 3. When the application of the label 52 is completed, compressed air is supplied into the swing cylinder 259, the rod extends, and the sandwiching cylinder 258 and the second sandwiching member 260 swing laterally around the hinge 257, as shown in FIG. 7C. As described above, the label adhesion surface contact portion 260 a of the second clamping member 260 is retracted from below the first clamping member 256 and the label 52. Then, the compressed air in the second cylinder 152 is released, the rod is contracted by the return spring of the second cylinder 152, the clamping mechanism 253 moves away from the placement surface 1, and the arrangement process of the label 52 is completed. . When the arrangement process of the label 52 is completed, the process proceeds to the arrangement process of the next label.

  Thus, according to the label sticking arm 143 of the modified example, since the label 52 is clamped by the clamping mechanism 253, for example, even if it is difficult to be held by the suction cup 153 due to air permeability, it is securely held. can do.

  In the spread lamination apparatus of the above embodiment, the printer 51 as the label issuing apparatus is fixed to the cutter carriage 25. However, the printer 51 may be fixed to the cutter head 24 together with the label attaching arm 43. In this case, the printer 51 is fixed to the cutter head 24 with the label outlet facing the label applying arm 43 side. By driving both the label applying arm 43 and the printer 51 by the cutter head 24, the label 52 issued by the printer 51 can be quickly received by the label applying arm 43 and applied to the fabric 3.

  FIG. 8 is a plan view showing the spread laminate apparatus of the second embodiment. About 2nd Embodiment, the same code | symbol is quoted for the same component as the spread lamination apparatus of 1st Embodiment, and detailed description is abbreviate | omitted. In the spread laminate apparatus of the second embodiment, a cutter unit 5 is provided on a conveyor carriage 10 of the conveyor 4. A label attaching arm 43 is attached to the cutter head 24 of the cutter unit 5 provided on the conveyor carriage 10, and a printer 51 is provided on the conveyor carriage 10.

  FIG. 9 is a cross-sectional view showing the other end portion of the conveyor 4 of the spread lamination apparatus of the second embodiment, and is a view showing a state where the conveyor carriage 10 is viewed from the inside. Both ends of the rail member 26 are fixed to a pair of upper plates 11 provided on the pair of conveyor carriages 10 and driven in the contact / separation direction with respect to the mounting surface 1. A cutter carriage 25 is installed so as to be movable along the rail member 26. The printer 51 is arranged with the label discharge port facing inward in the width direction of the placement surface 1. The label applying arm 43 is disposed on one end side of the cutter head 24 and is fixed at a position where the label 52 discharged from the printer 51 can be received.

  In the process of laminating the laminate according to the second embodiment, the label 52 is affixed to the fabric 3 in the process of transferring the outermost fabric 3 to the surface of the laminate 38 in the process of producing the laminate 38 with the conveyor 4. Specifically, as the conveyor carriage 10 starts placing the fabric 3 from the stacking tip position on the other end side of the placing surface 1 and moves to the one end side, the same length as the longitudinal position where the conveyor carriage 10 exists. Label data including the vertical position in the label position data is extracted. The label data is printed by the printer 51, and the label 52 is discharged from the label discharge port. Correspondingly, the cutter head 24 approaches the printer 51, the label applying arm 43 receives the label 52, and attaches the label 52 at the position indicated by the label position data. As described above, the roll stacking apparatus according to the second embodiment uses the operation in which the conveyor carriage 10 moves in the length direction in the process in which the conveyor 4 transfers the fabric 3 to the uppermost layer of the stacked body 38. A label 52 can be affixed. Therefore, the time required for applying the label 52 can be shortened, and the laminate 38 to which the label 52 is applied can be obtained quickly.

  In the spread lamination apparatus of the second embodiment, the printer 51 is fixed to the conveyor carriage 10, but the printer 51 may be fixed to the cutter head 24 together with the label attaching arm 43. By driving both the label applying arm 43 and the printer 51 by the cutter head 24, the label 52 issued by the printer 51 can be quickly received by the label applying arm 43 and applied to the fabric 3.

  FIG. 10 is a plan view showing the spread laminate apparatus of the third embodiment. About 3rd Embodiment, the same code | symbol is quoted for the same component as the spread lamination apparatus of 1st Embodiment, and detailed description is abbreviate | omitted. In the spread lamination apparatus of the third embodiment, a cutter printer head 124 that is driven only in the width direction of the placement surface 1 is provided on one end side of the placement surface 1 of the lamination table 2. A printer is built in 124 and a label attaching arm 43 is attached.

  In the spread lamination apparatus of the third embodiment, support members 125 are erected on both sides of one end side of the mounting surface 1 of the lamination table 2. A rail member 26 is bridged between the pair of support members 125 and 125. A cutter printer head 124 is arranged along the rail member 26 so as to be movable in the width direction of the mounting surface 1. The cutter printer head 124 of the spread lamination apparatus of the third embodiment incorporates a cutter 27 that cuts the fabric 3 from the original fabric 30 and a printer that issues a label 52. A label attaching arm 43 is attached at a position facing the label discharge port of the cutter printer head 124.

  The spread sheet laminating apparatus of the third embodiment affixes the label 52 to the fabric 3 in the process of drawing the outermost surface fabric 3 from the original fabric 30 in the process of producing the laminated body 38 by the conveyor 4. Specifically, when the outermost fabric 3 of the laminated body 38 is pulled out from the raw fabric 30, the tip of the fabric 3 is disposed on one end side of the conveyor 4, and the conveyor 4 performs a transport operation or a movement operation to move the fabric 3 to the other end. Transport or move toward the side. Accordingly, label data that includes the same position in the length direction as the position in the length direction where the cutter printer head 124 exists in the label position data is extracted. The label data is printed by a printer built in the cutter printer head 124, and the label 52 is discharged from the label discharge port. The label attaching arm 43 receives the label 52 and attaches the label 52 at the position indicated by the label position data. As described above, the roll stacking apparatus of the third embodiment is a process in which the conveyor 4 moves the fabric 3 in the length direction by the conveyor 4 in the process of drawing the fabric 3 from the raw fabric 30 to the uppermost layer of the stacked body 38. The label 52 can be pasted using it. Therefore, the time required for applying the label 52 can be shortened, and the laminate 38 to which the label 52 is applied can be obtained quickly. The cutter printer head 124 has a built-in printer and is relatively heavy. However, since the column member 125 is fixed to the laminated table 2 and is not driven in the length direction, the number of parts of the drive mechanism is kept relatively small. Thus, a spread laminate apparatus having a label 52 affixing function can be obtained at a low cost.

  Although the printer is built in the cutter printer head 124 in the spread lamination apparatus of the third embodiment, the printer 51 may be fixed to the column member 125 by deleting the printer from the cutter printer head 124 to form the cutter head 24. By using the cutter head 24 from which the printer is deleted, the drive mechanism of the cutter head 24 can be reduced in size.

  In the embodiment and the modification, the printer 51 is used as the label issuing device. However, the printer 51 is not limited to the printer 51 as long as it issues the label 52 arranged on the fabric 3 as a sheet material. For example, an issuing device that issues labels 52 on which information is previously written in a predetermined order, an issuing device that issues labels 52 in which memory chips that hold information electronically are embedded, and the like can be used.

  Moreover, in the said embodiment and modification, although the anti-laminate apparatus cut | judged the fabric 3 as a sheet material, you may cut | disconnect other sheet materials, such as leather, paper, and resin.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Placement surface 2 Laminated table 3 Cloth 4 Conveyor 5 Cutter unit 6 Original fabric receiving part 7 Conveyor belt 8 Upper end roller 10 Conveyor carriage 11 Upper plate 14 Lower end roller 19 Conveyor drive unit 21 Connection belt 23 Belt drive motor 24 Cutter head 25 Cutter Carriage 26 Rail member 27 Cutter 30 Material 32 Motor 51 Printer 52 Label 43, 143 Label attaching arm

Claims (6)

  1. A laminated table having a placement surface on which a sheet material is placed to form a laminate;
    A cutter head having a cutter for cutting off the sheet material placed on the placement surface of the laminated table from the original fabric, and driven at least in the width direction of the placement surface;
    On the placing surface of the laminated table, placing means for moving and placing the sheet material cut from the original fabric by the cutter, and
    A label issuing device for issuing a label on which information about a cut piece formed by cutting the sheet material is described;
    A label affixing means for affixing the label to a sheet material on a mounting surface of the stacking table, and a label affixed to the cutter head and receiving a label issued by the label issuing device ;
    A cutter head drive mechanism having two traveling parts that travel along both side edges of the mounting surface of the laminated table, and a rail member that spans between the traveling parts;
    The cutter head is attached so as to be able to travel along the rail member of the cutter head drive mechanism, and is formed so as to be driven in a plane direction parallel to the placement surface.
    The spread sheet laminating apparatus , wherein the label issuing device is provided in a traveling portion of the cutter head driving mechanism .
  2. A laminated table having a placement surface on which a sheet material is placed to form a laminate;
    A cutter head having a cutter for cutting off the sheet material placed on the placement surface of the laminated table from the original fabric, and driven at least in the width direction of the placement surface;
    On the placing surface of the laminated table, placing means for moving and placing the sheet material cut from the original fabric by the cutter, and
    A label issuing device for issuing a label on which information about a cut piece formed by cutting the sheet material is described;
    A label affixing means for affixing the label to a sheet material on a mounting surface of the stacking table, and a label affixed to the cutter head and receiving a label issued by the label issuing device ;
    A cutter head drive mechanism having a column member erected on both sides of the mounting surface of the stacked table and a rail member spanned between these column members;
    The cutter head is attached so as to be movable in the width direction of the mounting surface along the rail member of the cutter head driving mechanism,
    The spread laminate apparatus , wherein the label issuing device is provided on a support member of the cutter head driving mechanism .
  3. A laminated table having a placement surface on which a sheet material is placed to form a laminate;
    A cutter head having a cutter for cutting off the sheet material placed on the placement surface of the laminated table from the original fabric, and driven at least in the width direction of the placement surface;
    On the placing surface of the laminated table, placing means for moving and placing the sheet material cut from the original fabric by the cutter, and
    A label issuing device for issuing a label on which information about a cut piece formed by cutting the sheet material is described;
    A label affixing means for affixing the label to a sheet material on a mounting surface of the stacking table, and a label affixed to the cutter head and receiving a label issued by the label issuing device ;
    The above-mentioned placing means is arranged above the placing surface, and is formed with an upper end roller formed so as to be movable in both forward and backward directions in a direction in which the sheet material is pulled out from the original fabric, and a conveyor belt wound around the upper end roller. Formed by a conveyor having
    While the upper end roller moves and rotates, the conveyor belt conveying side stops, while the return side of the conveyor belt moves to perform the transfer operation of transferring the sheet material on the conveyor belt onto the mounting surface. Formed as
    A support member that rotatably supports both ends of the upper end roller;
    A conveyor carriage that supports the support member so as to be able to be driven toward and away from the placement surface, and moves along both side edges of the placement surface;
    A rail member spanned between the conveyor carriages,
    The cutter head is attached so as to be able to travel along the rail member, so that it can be driven in a plane direction parallel to the placement surface.
    The spread laminate apparatus , wherein the label issuing device is provided on the conveyor carriage .
  4. In the spread lamination apparatus of Claim 1 or 2 ,
    The above-mentioned placing means is arranged above the placing surface, and is formed with an upper end roller formed so as to be movable in both forward and backward directions in a direction in which the sheet material is pulled out from the original fabric, and a conveyor belt wound around the upper end roller. Formed by a conveyor having
    While the upper end roller moves and rotates, the conveyor belt conveying side stops, while the return side of the conveyor belt moves to perform the transfer operation of transferring the sheet material on the conveyor belt onto the mounting surface. It is formed in this way.
  5. In the anti-lamination apparatus of Claim 4 ,
    A support member that rotatably supports both ends of the upper end roller;
    And a conveyor carriage that supports the support member so that the support member can be driven in and away from the placement surface and moves along both side edges of the placement surface.
  6. In the spread lamination apparatus of Claim 3 or 4 ,
    A lower end roller disposed below the placement surface;
    A connecting belt connecting the upper end roller and the lower end roller;
    A connection belt drive unit that drives the connection belt and moves the upper end roller;
    The spread laminate apparatus, wherein the conveyor belt is an endless belt stretched between the upper end roller and the lower end roller.
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