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JP6140794B1
JP6140794B1 JP2015235084A JP2015235084A JP6140794B1 JP 6140794 B1 JP6140794 B1 JP 6140794B1 JP 2015235084 A JP2015235084 A JP 2015235084A JP 2015235084 A JP2015235084 A JP 2015235084A JP 6140794 B1 JP6140794 B1 JP 6140794B1
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To provide a stand capable of stably holding an article having a tapered tip such as a writing instrument. A writing instrument stand has a main body formed entirely by a rubber material which is an elastic material. The main body 11 is provided with a writing instrument insertion hole 14 into which the tip of the writing instrument is inserted. The hole inner surface 16 of the main body 11 that forms the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is formed in a continuous arc shape that is convex toward the hole side in the longitudinal section of the main body 11. The arc-shaped hole inner surface 16 supports the tip of the writing instrument inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14, and the writing instrument is stably held in an upright state. [Selection] Figure 1

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  The present invention relates to a stand for holding an article such as a writing instrument.

  2. Description of the Related Art A writing instrument stand for storing or holding a writing instrument such as a ballpoint pen or a pencil, a so-called pen stand (pen stand) is generally known. As typical ones, there are a box-shaped one that stores a plurality of writing tools in a standing state and a one that has an insertion hole into which a single writing instrument is inserted. In the case of the latter writing instrument stand, it has been common to have an insertion hole adapted to the shape of a specific writing instrument.

  However, the writing instrument stand dedicated to such a specific writing instrument has a problem that writing instruments of other shapes and sizes cannot be inserted, and even if it can be inserted, it cannot be stably held. There was an inconvenience of lack of sex. In view of this, there has been proposed one in which a writing instrument insertion hole that can hold pens having different shapes and sizes is formed in the main body of the writing instrument stand (see Patent Document 1).

Utility Model Registration No. 3079978

  The conventional writing instrument stand has a plurality of parts with different diameters inside the writing instrument insertion hole, and the tip of the pen inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole is supported by two edge parts with different diameters. It becomes the composition which is done. The writing instrument insertion hole is formed so that the pen inserted therein is held in an inclined state. In such a conventional writing instrument stand configuration, the pen is only supported at two edge portions. Therefore, there is still room for improvement in terms of stably holding the pen.

  Then, this invention is providing the stand which can hold | maintain stably the articles | goods which have a taper-shaped front-end | tip part, such as a writing instrument.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention is provided with an insertion hole into which the tip of an article having a tapered tip is inserted, and at least the inner surface of the hole forming the insertion hole is formed of an elastic material. The insertion hole is formed such that a hole area in a cross section perpendicular to the direction in which the hole extends is reduced from the insertion port side toward the back side of the hole, and The hole inner surface is formed in a continuous arc shape that protrudes toward the hole center line side along the direction in which the hole extends , and the curvature gradually decreases as it goes to the inner side of the hole. To do.

The perspective view of a writing instrument stand. The top view of a writing instrument stand. AA sectional drawing in FIG. Sectional drawing which shows the state by which the front-end | tip part of the writing instrument was inserted in the writing instrument insertion hole. The perspective view which shows the usage condition of a writing instrument stand. The longitudinal cross-sectional view which shows the writing instrument stand of another example. The front view which shows the writing instrument stand of another example.

  Hereinafter, an embodiment embodying the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. The present embodiment is embodied in a writing instrument stand that holds one writing instrument. There are various kinds of writing instruments that are held by this writing instrument stand, such as pencils, mechanical pencils, ballpoint pens (single color, multicolor, multifunction, etc.), sign pens, fountain pens, markers, fluorescent pens, and brush pens. Is not limited. Further, either a knock type or a cap type can be used.

  As shown in each drawing of FIGS. 1 to 3, the writing instrument stand 10 of this embodiment includes a main body 11 and an adhesive member 21.

  The main body 11 has a substantially oval shape in a front view and a longitudinal section, and has a circular shape in a plan view. The main body 11 is formed of a rubber material, all of which is an elastic material. Examples of the rubber material include nitrile rubber, fluorine rubber, silicon rubber, ethylene propylene rubber, chloroprene rubber, acrylic rubber, urethane rubber, natural rubber, foam rubber, and the like. The hardness is a measured value by durometer type A of “JISK6253” standard, and is preferably set in the range of A25 to A40, and is set to A35 in this embodiment.

  In addition to the rubber material described above, for example, thermoplastic elastomer materials such as polyethylene, polyolefin, polyvinyl chloride, polyurethane, polystyrene, and polyester may be used as the elastic material. Moreover, synthetic resin materials such as polyester, polyvinyl chloride, polyethylene terephthalate, polypropylene, polystyrene, polyamide, polyurethane, and polycarbonate are also included. It is also possible to use a mixture of a plurality of these materials.

  As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the main body 11 has a bottom surface 12. As shown in FIG. 2, the bottom surface 12 is formed to have a circular shape in the plan view, and the central portion in the plan view coincides with the central portion of the circle that is the planar shape of the main body 11. As described above, the main body 11 has a substantially oval shape in a front view and a longitudinal section, and therefore, the area of the bottom surface 12 is smaller than the area of the outer shape (circular shape) in the plan view of the main body 11. ing.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11 is in a state where the entire region is recessed toward the opposite bottom surface side. Due to this recess, a recess 13 is formed on the bottom surface 12 side of the main body 11. The adhesive member 21 is accommodated in the recess 13. For this reason, in this embodiment, the recessed part 13 is equivalent to an accommodation recessed part.

  The adhesive member 21 is formed of a gel material having viscoelasticity. In addition, the adhesive member 21 is formed to have a sheet shape that is the same as the planar shape (circular shape) and the planar dimension of the concave portion 13, that is, a disk shape. In this case, as the gel material, for example, a synthetic resin material having both elasticity and adhesiveness such as urethane gel and silicon gel is used. This gel material has a lower hardness than the elastic material forming the main body 11 and has a higher elasticity. In addition, when the adhesion performance of the adhesive member 21 is deteriorated due to adhesion of dirt such as dust, the adhesion performance can be recovered by rinsing the dirt with water.

  The adhesive member 21 is housed in the recess 13 in a state of protruding from the recess 13. The pressure-sensitive adhesive member 21 enters the concave portion 13 without any gap, and the pressure-sensitive adhesive member 21 is bonded to the bottom surface 12 and the wall surface (inner peripheral surface) forming the concave portion 13 with an adhesive. Thereby, in the part which entered the recessed part 13 among the adhesion members 21, the surface is closely_contact | adhered to the bottom face 12 and the wall surface which form the recessed part 13. FIG.

  Further, since the adhesive member 21 protrudes, in the writing instrument stand 10, the placement surface 31 is formed not by the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11 but by the protruding surface of the adhesive member 21. And the writing instrument stand 10 is hold | maintained on the mounting surface because the mounting surface 31 adhere | attaches on mounting surfaces, such as a desk, by the adhesive performance which the adhesive member 21 has.

  In this embodiment, the thickness D of the adhesive member 21 having a disc shape is set to be about twice the height H of the recess in the recess 13. Specifically, the height H of the recess in the recess 13 is set to about 1 mm, and the thickness D of the adhesive member 21 is set to about 2 mm. However, the height H of the recess in the recess 13 may be set to about 0.5 mm, and the thickness D of the adhesive member 21 may be set to about 1 mm.

  Next, as shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the main body 11 is formed with a writing instrument insertion hole 14 as an insertion hole. The writing instrument insertion hole 14 is a hole into which the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P is inserted. The writing instrument insertion hole 14 is opened on the side opposite to the bottom surface 12 that is opposite to the bottom surface 12. In the state shown in the figure, it opens upward. The opening 15 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 has a circular shape in a plan view, and the center thereof coincides with the center of the main body 11. The writing instrument insertion hole 14 extends from the opening 15 to the bottom surface 12 side in a direction perpendicular to the bottom surface 12. Since the leading end Ps of the writing instrument P is inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14 from the opening 15, the opening 15 serves as an insertion slot.

  As shown in FIG. 3, the peripheral portion of the opening 15 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is formed in an arc shape. The hole inner surface 16 from the opening 15 toward the inner side of the hole (the bottom surface 12 side) has an arc shape that protrudes toward the hole center line along the direction in which the hole extends in the longitudinal section of the main body 11. It is formed as follows. The arc formed by the hole inner surface 16 is formed over the entire region in the direction in which the hole extends, and is smoothly continuous from the upper side to the lower side of the hole.

  Further, in the hole inner surface 16, the curvature is smaller on the back side of the hole than on the opening 15 side, and the size of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 in the cross section of the main body 11 (perpendicular to the direction in which the hole extends). The hole area in the cross section is gradually reduced. That is, the writing tool insertion hole 14 is formed to have the largest diameter at the opening 15 of the writing tool insertion hole 14, and the diameter gradually decreases from there toward the back of the hole.

  The back side of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 penetrates the main body 11 and the adhesive member 21 through the through hole 32. The through hole 32 is provided at the center of a circle in plan view of the main body 11, and includes a first hole 17 formed in the main body 11 and a second hole 22 formed in the adhesive member 21. . The first hole 17 is formed at the center of the recess 13, and the second hole 22 is formed at the center of the adhesive member 21. A second hole 22 is formed in the adhesive member 21 at the manufacturing stage. Therefore, the adhesive member 21 having a donut shape is accommodated in the concave portion 13 of the main body 11 and integrated. Through the integration, a through hole 32 is formed by the first hole 17 of the main body 11 and the second hole 22 of the adhesive member 21. In this embodiment, the diameter of the through hole 32 is set to about 1 to 1.5 mm.

  FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view showing a state where the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P is inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14. As shown in FIG. 4, the tip end portion Ps of the writing instrument P is inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14 from above. In this insertion, when the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P is inserted against the elasticity of the hole inner surface 16 made of a rubber material, a restoring force acts on the surface of the tip portion Ps in the circumferential direction, thereby leading to the tip. The part Ps is supported. As a result, the writing instrument P is inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14 of the main body 11 and held in a standing state.

  When the writing instrument stand 10 having the above-described configuration is used, the writing instrument P is held in an upright state as will be described below as an example of the usage mode. FIG. 5 is a perspective view showing an example in which the writing instrument P is held by the writing instrument stand 10. In FIG. 5, a knock-type multicolor ballpoint pen is shown as an example of the writing instrument P.

  First, the writing instrument stand 10 is placed on a desired placement surface such as a desk. At this time, the writing instrument stand 10 is held on the placement surface by the placement surface 31 sticking to the placement surface. When changing the installation location of the writing instrument stand 10, the writing instrument stand 10 adhered to the placement surface 31 is peeled off and placed on the placement surface at another desired position to adhere the placement surface 31. Just do it. As described above, the writing instrument stand 10 can be changed to a desired installation position by sticking or peeling the placement surface 31.

  With the writing instrument stand 10 placed on the placement surface in this way, as shown in FIG. 5A, the pen tip side of the writing instrument P is faced downward, and the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P is the opening 15 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14. Insert from above. In that case, the front-end | tip part Ps is inserted, resisting the restoring force received from the hole inner surface 16 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14. FIG. Then, as shown in FIG. 4, the writing instrument P is supported at the tip end portion Ps by the hole inner surface 16 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14, and is held upright as shown in FIG. 5B.

  When the writing instrument P supported in this way is used, the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P is pulled out from the writing instrument insertion hole 14. At the time of this drawing, a force sufficient to resist the force that supports the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P is required, but the placement surface 31 of the writing instrument stand 10 is held by being adhered to the placement surface. Therefore, the writing instrument stand 10 does not follow the writing instrument P, and only the writing instrument P can be pulled out.

  The writing instrument stand 10 of the present embodiment is as described above. In summary, the writing instrument stand 10 provides the following effects.

  (1) The main body 11 of the writing instrument stand 10 is made of a rubber material and has a writing instrument insertion hole 14. And the hole inner surface 16 which forms the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is formed in the continuous arc shape which becomes convex toward the hole side in the longitudinal cross-section of the main body 11. For this reason, when the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P is inserted into the writing tool insertion hole 14 while resisting the restoring force received from the hole inner surface 16 of the main body 11, the restoring force acts on the surface extending in the circumferential direction at the tip portion Ps. Thus, the tip portion Ps is supported. Thereby, the standing writing instrument P can be stably held in a state where the tip portion Ps is inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14.

  (2) Since the writing instrument P is held in an upright state as described above, space saving in holding the writing instrument P can be achieved. In addition, the writing instrument P is held upright with only the tip portion Ps inserted into the writing tool insertion hole 14 and most of the writing tool P except for the tip portion Ps is exposed. For this reason, if the favorite writing instrument P is inserted and held, the exposed part can be appreciated or enjoyed as a display.

  (3) The writing instrument insertion hole 14 gradually decreases in diameter from the upper side (opening 15 side) to the lower side (bottom surface 12 side), and the tip of the writing instrument P is caused by the elasticity of the hole inner surface 16. Ps is held. For this reason, the writing instrument P that can be held by the hole inner surface 16 does not matter in the shape or size of the tip portion Ps. And since the writing tool insertion hole 14 gradually becomes smaller as the curvature of the hole inner surface 16 goes to the inner side of the hole, the writing tool P having the tip portion Ps of various shapes and sizes can be firmly held upright. And can be held. For this reason, the writing instrument stand 10 having high versatility and a certain holding force can be obtained.

  (4) An adhesive member 21 is provided on the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11. For this reason, the writing instrument stand 10 is held in a state where the placement surface 31 is adhered to a placement surface such as a desk top. Thereby, the front-end | tip part Ps is inserted in the writing instrument insertion hole 14, and the writing instrument P in the standing state can reduce a possibility that it will fall by receiving external force.

  Even when the writing instrument P is pulled out from the state where the tip portion Ps is inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14, the mounting surface 31 is adhered to the mounting surface, so that the writing instrument stand 10 may follow the extraction of the writing instrument P. Can be reduced. Thereby, the possibility that only the writing instrument P is pulled out can be increased.

  Since the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11 is formed smaller than the area of the outer shape in plan view of the main body 11, the center of gravity of the main body 11 is separated from the placement surface and becomes unstable. Even in this case, since the placement surface 31 adheres to the placement surface, the writing instrument stand 10 can be held in a stable state without wobbling. Thereby, the possibility that the writing instrument P held in an upright state may fall due to external force is reduced.

  In addition, the adhesive member 21 is provided over the entire bottom surface 12 of the main body 11, and the mounting surface 31 is formed by the adhesive member 21 over substantially the entire region. For this reason, the above-mentioned effects such as a reduction in the risk of the writing instrument P held in an upright state falling due to an external force and the extraction of only the writing instrument P can be further enhanced.

  (5) Here, it is assumed that the concave portion 13 is not formed, and that all of the sheet-like adhesive member 21 protrudes from the bottom surface 12 and the placement surface 31 is formed by the protruding surface. In this configuration, when the mounting surface 31 is peeled off from the state where the mounting surface 31 is adhered to the mounting surface, a force is applied to the outer peripheral edge portion of the adhesive member 21 so as to peel off from the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11. Peeling easily occurs. Therefore, as the writing instrument stand 10 is repeatedly peeled off, the outer peripheral edge of the adhesive member 21 is peeled off from the bottom surface 12, and the adhesive member 21 is peeled off from the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11 starting from that portion. .

  In this regard, in the case of the writing instrument stand 10, about half of the thickness D of the adhesive member 21 having a sheet shape is accommodated in the recess 13 of the main body 11 and is in close contact with the inner peripheral surface of the recess 13. Due to the close contact of the concave portion 13 with the inner peripheral surface, it is possible to prevent the peeling force from being applied to the adhesive member 21, the bottom surface 12, and the bonded portion, and the adhesive member 21 is peeled from the bottom surface 12 at the outer peripheral edge portion. Can be suppressed.

  (6) Since the adhesive member 21 is formed of a gel material, the placement surface 31 can be adhered to the placement surface, or it can be repeatedly peeled off and adhered to another location. . Accordingly, the writing instrument stand 10 can be installed at a desired position as needed, instead of being fixed at a specific position. And even if dirt such as dust adheres and the adhesive performance of the adhesive member 21 decreases due to repeated adhesion and peeling, the adhesive performance can be recovered by washing the dirt with water.

  (7) The gel material forming the adhesive member 21 has higher elasticity than the main body 11, and the adhesive member 21 is provided in the main body 11 in a state of protruding from the recess 13. Therefore, even if the writing instrument P held in an upright state is subjected to an external force, the external force can be absorbed by the deformation of the adhesive member 21, so that the risk of the writing instrument P falling down can be further reduced. Even if there is a manufacturing error in the dimensions of the concave portion 13 or the adhesive member 21 of the main body 11, the error is absorbed by the elasticity of the adhesive member 21. Thereby, the adhesive member 21 can be attached to the recess 13 of the main body 11 without any gap.

  (8) The writing instrument insertion hole 14 is formed along a direction perpendicular to the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11. Therefore, the writing instrument P inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is held in a state where it stands upright with respect to the bottom surface 12. If the writing instrument P is configured to be held obliquely with respect to the bottom surface 12, the force concentrates on the hole inner surface 16 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 at a portion that receives the weight of the writing instrument P. Therefore, the tip portion Ps is difficult to receive the restoring force from the hole inner surface 16 on the surface extending in the circumferential direction, and as a result, it is difficult to stably support the writing instrument P. In this respect, in the configuration in which the writing instrument P is held in a vertically upright state as in the writing instrument stand 10, the tip portion Ps is likely to receive a restoring force from the hole inner surface 16 over the entire surface in the circumferential direction. P can be stably held.

  (9) A through hole 32 is formed in the back of the writing instrument insertion hole 14. For example, when a pencil or mechanical pencil or the like is used as the writing instrument P and the tip portion Ps is inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14 with the lead out, the core breaks during insertion or withdrawal and breaks into the writing instrument insertion hole 14. There is a risk that the lead will remain. In such a case, by inserting a thin pin or toothpick into the writing instrument insertion hole 14 or the through hole 32 and pushing out the core remaining in the hole, the core can be easily taken out from the opening on the opposite side. .

  In addition, embodiment which actualized this invention is not restricted to the form of the above-mentioned writing instrument stand 10, For example, it may change and implement as follows.

  (A) In the said embodiment, the hole inner surface 16 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is formed so that the whole area may form the continuous arc shape which becomes convex toward the hole side in the longitudinal cross-section of the main body 11. . Instead, only the opening side region in which the opening 15 is formed is formed in the hole inner surface 16 so as to form an arc shape, and the inner side of the hole (for example, from the center in the height direction of the main body 11). The bottom surface 12 side) may be formed to be linear in the longitudinal section. The linear shape in this case may be perpendicular to the bottom surface 12 or may be inclined.

  (B) In the above embodiment, the hole inner surface 16 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is formed so that the curvature is smaller on the back side than the opening 15 side. It is good also as a shape which has a uniform curvature, without changing.

  (C) In the above embodiment, the adhesive member 21 is provided on the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11. However, the adhesive member 21 is omitted, and the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11 is used as the placement surface 31 of the writing instrument stand 10. A configuration may be adopted. However, since the adhesive member 21 is provided, as described above, the effect of reducing the risk that the writing instrument P held in an upright state will fall due to external force and pulling out only the writing instrument P is obtained. It is preferable to employ a configuration in which 21 is provided.

  (D) In the above embodiment, the main body 11 is entirely formed of a rubber material which is an elastic material. However, at least the hole inner surface 16 of the writing instrument insertion hole 14 as in the writing instrument stand 40 shown in FIG. It suffices if the portion forming the layer is made of an elastic material. In the illustrated example, the main body 41 is configured to include a base portion 42 formed of an inelastic material such as metal, wood, or synthetic resin, and an inner surface forming portion 43 formed of an elastic material. Even in such a configuration, since the inner surface forming portion 43 is formed of an elastic material, the tip portion Ps of the writing instrument P inserted into the writing instrument insertion hole 14 has a surface extending in the circumferential direction, as in the above embodiment. The restoring force of the hole inner surface 16 acts on the surface. Thereby, the writing instrument P can be stably held in a standing state.

  Further, in this configuration, if the base portion 42 is formed of a relatively heavy material such as metal, the writing instrument stand 10 can be stabilized only by placing the bottom surface 41a of the main body 41 on a mounting surface such as a desktop by its own weight. Can be held. For this reason, unlike the above-described embodiment in which the main body 11 is entirely made of an elastic material, even if the adhesive member 21 is omitted, the possibility of the writing instrument P falling is reduced or the possibility that only the writing instrument P is pulled out is increased. I can do it.

  (E) Although the main body 11 of the writing instrument stand 10 has a substantially oval shape in the front view and the longitudinal section in the above embodiment, various other shapes can be employed. As an example, in addition to a hemispherical shape, a columnar main body 52 such as a writing instrument stand 51 shown in FIG. 7A, a bowl-shaped main body 54 such as a writing instrument stand 53 shown in FIG. A shape imitating a vehicle or the like can be considered. Further, when the main body 52 is formed in a columnar shape as shown in FIG. 7A, the cross-sectional shape thereof may be, for example, a square shape such as a circle, an ellipse, or a rectangle, and the type thereof is not limited.

  (F) In the above embodiment, the main body 11 is provided with one writing instrument insertion hole 14, but the main body 11 is provided with a plurality of writing instrument insertion holes 14, and a single writing instrument stand 10 has a plurality of writing instruments. A configuration capable of holding P may be employed. As an example, a configuration in which three writing instrument insertion holes 14a to 14c are provided in a row as in the writing instrument stand 55 shown in FIG.

  (G) In the above embodiment, the entire bottom surface 12 of the main body 11 is recessed to form the recess 13. Instead, for example, as shown in FIG. 7A, a configuration in which the concave portion 13 is formed in a part of the bottom surface 12 and the adhesive member 21 is accommodated therein may be adopted. Even in this configuration, the mounting surface 31 of the writing instrument stand 10 is formed by the adhesive member 21.

  Thus, in the structure which forms the recessed part 13 in a part of bottom face 12, it is not necessary to make the planar shape of the adhesion member 21 correspond with the planar shape of the bottom face 12, and various shapes can be employ | adopted. As an example, a configuration may be adopted in which a sheet-like adhesive member 21 having a square shape such as a square shape is provided on the bottom surface 12 of the above-described embodiment where the planar shape is a circular shape. In addition, unlike the above-described embodiment in which one adhesive member 21 is provided on the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11, a configuration in which a plurality of adhesive members 21 are provided on the bottom surface 12 may be employed.

  (H) Although the planar shape of the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11 is circular in the above-described embodiment, it may be formed in other shapes such as a square shape such as a square shape or an elliptical shape.

  (I) In the above embodiment, about half of the thickness D of the adhesive member 21 is accommodated in the recess 13 of the main body 11, but a configuration in which all of it is accommodated in the recess 13 may be adopted. On the contrary, a configuration in which all of the adhesive member 21 protrudes from the bottom surface 12 without forming the recess 13 in the main body 11 may be adopted. However, in the latter configuration, as described above, since the adhesive member 21 is easily peeled off from the outer peripheral edge portion, it is preferable to employ the configuration of the above-described embodiment in which at least a part is accommodated.

  (J) In the above embodiment, the adhesive member 21 is formed of a gel material having viscoelasticity, but an adhesive member such as a double-sided tape may be adopted as the adhesive member 21. However, in the case of an adhesive member such as a double-sided tape, once the writing instrument stand 10 is peeled off from a predetermined position, the adhesive ability is lost, and repeated adhesion becomes difficult. In that sense, it is preferable to use a gel material that can be repeatedly adhered and peeled off.

  (K) In the above embodiment, the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is formed along a direction perpendicular to the bottom surface 12 of the main body 11. It may replace with this and the structure in which the writing instrument insertion hole 14 was formed along the direction inclined with respect to the bottom face 12 may be employ | adopted. For example, as shown in FIG. 7C, in the configuration in which a plurality of writing instrument insertion holes 14 are provided, some of the writing instrument insertion holes 14a and 14c may be formed along an inclined direction. . According to this configuration, a predetermined shape can be formed using the writing instrument P, such as holding the writing instrument P in a fan-like shape.

  (L) In the above embodiment, the through hole 32 is formed at the back of the writing instrument insertion hole 14, but the through hole 32 may be omitted. As an example of the configuration in which the through hole 32 is omitted, a configuration in which the second hole 22 is not formed in the adhesive member 21, or the first hole 17 is not formed in the main body 11, and the writing instrument insertion hole 14 is the bottom surface 12. The structure etc. which are in the closed state on the way before reaching can be considered.

  (M) In the embodiment described above, the stand is embodied as the writing instrument stand 10, but the article held by the stand is not limited to the writing instrument P. For example, an article having a tapered tip such as a touch panel pen (stylus pen) or a pen-type eraser may be used. In addition, scissors etc. are also assumed as an article held by the stand.

  DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 ... Writing instrument stand, 11 ... Main body, 12 ... Bottom, 13 ... Concave part (accommodating recessed part), 14 ... Writing instrument insertion hole (insertion hole), 15 ... Opening part, 21 ... Adhesive member, P ... Writing instrument, Ps ... Tip Department.

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  1. An insertion hole into which the tip of an article having a tapered tip is inserted is provided, and at least a hole inner surface forming the insertion hole has a main body formed of an elastic material,
    The insertion hole is formed so that a hole area in a cross section perpendicular to the direction in which the hole extends is reduced from the insertion port side toward the back side of the hole,
    And the said hole inner surface is formed in the continuous arc shape which protrudes toward the hole centerline side along the extending direction of a hole , and a curvature is gradually small as it goes to the inner side of a hole. Stand characterized by.
  2.   The stand according to claim 1, wherein the main body is provided with an adhesive member on a bottom surface opposite to the insertion port of the insertion hole.
  3.   The stand according to claim 2, wherein the bottom surface is formed to be smaller than an area of an outer shape in a plan view of the main body.
  4. The adhesive member is formed in a sheet shape,
    The main body has an accommodation recess in which at least a part of the adhesive member in the thickness direction is accommodated,
    The stand according to claim 2 or 3, wherein the adhesive member is provided in close contact with an inner peripheral surface of the housing recess.
  5.   The stand according to claim 4, wherein the adhesive member is formed of a gel material having viscoelasticity, and is provided on the main body in a state of protruding from the housing recess.
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