JP6150836B2 - Supporters and how to organize supporters - Google Patents

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JP6150836B2
JP6150836B2 JP2015074402A JP2015074402A JP6150836B2 JP 6150836 B2 JP6150836 B2 JP 6150836B2 JP 2015074402 A JP2015074402 A JP 2015074402A JP 2015074402 A JP2015074402 A JP 2015074402A JP 6150836 B2 JP6150836 B2 JP 6150836B2
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  The present invention relates to a supporter and a knitting method thereof.

  Conventionally, it is known to join knitted fabrics having different stitch directions to a part of the elbow / knee joint portion of a supporter for limbs. For example, in Patent Document 1, a knitted fabric whose wale direction is orthogonal to the longitudinal direction of a cylindrical supporter is connected by a sewing means.

Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 7-040722

  Since the supporter disclosed in Patent Document 1 uses a stitching means, the knitted fabric joined to the elbow / knee joint portion can be formed in any shape such as a rectangle, a circle, an ellipse or the like, but it involves a post-process after knitting. In addition, there is a problem in that the connecting portion is not stretchable due to the suturing means, which hinders the bending and stretching operation of the elbow and knee joints.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide a supporter that can be knitted without sewing and can easily expand and contract the elbow and knee joints, and a knitting method thereof.

The present invention is a cylindrical supporter knitted without sewing using a flat knitting machine having at least a pair of front and back needle beds,
The supporter includes a cylindrical base portion having a cutout portion and a joint portion joined to the cutout portion, and the base portion includes a cylindrical first tube portion and a second tube portion arranged in the wale direction. The first intermediate portion where the knitting width decreases and the second intermediate portion where the knitting width increases form a notch portion between both the cylindrical portions, and the wales of the stitches of the base portion extend in the axial direction of the cylinder, The joint portion having a set-up portion parallel to the axial direction of the cylinder of the base portion has a stitch extending in both directions that branches off from the set-up portion and separates from each other. It is a supporter characterized by intersecting the wales of the stitches.

  Further, the present invention is characterized in that a buffer region that disperses the strain of both the knitted fabric portions is provided at a joint portion that connects the knitted fabric portions of the base portion and the joint portion.

Further, the present invention provides a cylindrical supporter knitting method knitted without sewing using a flat knitting machine having at least a pair of front and back needle beds.
The supporter includes a base portion and a joint portion, and the base portion includes a cylindrical first tube portion and a second tube portion arranged in the wale direction, and a first intermediate in which a knitting width is reduced between the two tube portions. The second intermediate portion having an increased knitting width forms a notch, the first intermediate portion is joined at the first joint portion, and the second intermediate portion is joined at the second joint portion. With a joint,
Knitting the first tubular portion into a tubular shape after knitting at the front and back needle beds;
Forming a set-up portion of the joint that allows the knitted fabric to branch to the front and back needle beds outside the knitting width adjacent to the first tube portion;
While forming a new stitch row of the joint portion following the stitch row of the first intermediate portion following the wale of the terminal stitch of the first cylindrical portion and the stitch of the set-up portion, the first intermediate portion Forming a double stitch on the knitting near the end on the first joint side and performing a reduction process, and repeatedly performing turnover knitting to gradually reduce the knitting width at the second joint of the joint; and
A new stitch is formed in the stitch row at the terminal end of the first intermediate portion, and the joining is repeated while increasing the stitches of the second intermediate portion following the wales of the stitches of the second joining portion of the joining portion. A step of joining the stitches at the end of the set-up portion on the second joint portion side of the joint portion or the stitches connected to the stitches to the stitches at the end portion on the second joint portion side of the second intermediate portion When,
Knitting the second tubular portion into a tubular shape;
A supporter knitting method characterized by comprising:

  In the present invention, it is possible to form a supporter constituted by a base part and a joint part and knitted integrally without sewing. By knitting the joint portion corresponding to the elbow / knee joint portion of the supporter without sewing, it is possible to eliminate the tension of the connection portion by the stitching means and to give the connection portion elasticity. As a result, it is easy to bend and extend the elbow / knee joint and prevent the supporter from being displaced.

  In this invention, the buffer area | region which disperse | distributes distortion of a knitted fabric is provided in the connection location of the base part of a supporter, and a junction part. By arranging the buffer region in which the wales are inclined with respect to the wales of the base part and the joint part, it is possible to disperse the expanding and contracting force of the connection part between the base part and the joint part. Therefore, the buffer region expands and contracts along the bending / extending operation of the elbow / knee joint portion, and it is difficult to generate tension or sag.

It is a front view of the supporter shown in this embodiment. It is the schematic of the right side surface of the supporter shown to this embodiment. It is a schematic diagram which shows the knitting procedure of the supporter shown to this embodiment.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of a supporter 100 and a knitting method thereof according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In the embodiment, the front needle bed and the rear needle bed that extend in the left-right direction and are opposed to each other in the front-rear direction, and the yarn feeder that feeds the knitting yarn are provided, the rear needle bed can be racked in the left and right directions, and the stitches An example of knitting using a two-bed flat knitting machine capable of transferring will be described.

≪Overall structure≫
FIG. 1 is a front view of the supporter 100. The supporter 100 is formed in a cylindrical shape, and the start end 31 and the end end 32 are open. The supporter 100 includes a base portion 1 and a joint portion 2. Further, the base portion 1 has a cylindrical first cylinder portion 11 and a second cylinder portion 12 arranged in the wale direction, and a first intermediate portion 21 in which the knitting width decreases and the knitting width increases between both the cylinder portions. The second intermediate part 22 is connected to form a notch. The joining part 2 is joined to the first intermediate part 21 by the first joining part 3E, and joined to the second intermediate part 22 by the second joining part 3R. In addition, buffer regions 2E and 2R that disperse the distortion of the knitted fabric are provided along the first joint 3E and the second joint 3R of the joint 2. Then, the wales of the stitches of the base portion 1 extend in the axial direction of the cylinder, and the joint portion 2 including the set-up portion 5 parallel to the axial direction of the cylinder of the base portion 1 branches from the set-up portion 5 as a starting end and is separated from each other. The stitches extend in both directions, and the wales of the stitches of the joint portion 2 intersect the wales of the stitches of the base portion 1. In FIGS. 1 to 3, the direction of the stitches is indicated by white arrows. Further, since the reference numerals shown in the figures are common to the respective figures, they are described in order to show the positional relationship even when there is no direct explanation.

  FIG. 2 is a schematic view of the right side surface of the supporter 100. The base portion 1 uses the first cylinder portion 11 from the start end 31 to the line α indicating the position of the first joint 3E where knitting starts to decrease, and the line β indicating the position of the second joint 3R where subsequent increase knitting starts. Up to the first intermediate portion 21, the second joint portion 3 </ b> R up to the line γ indicating the position where the knitting is finished is configured as the second intermediate portion 22, and the remaining portion from the line γ to the terminal end 32 is configured as the second cylindrical portion 12. doing. Further, the joint portion 2 is joined to the cutout portions of the first intermediate portion 21 and the second intermediate portion 22 from the line α to the line γ of the base portion 1.

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FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram showing a knitting procedure of the supporter 100. The supporter 100 of the present case is formed by plating and knitting elastic yarn on a 1 × 1 rib structure and ground yarn. In addition, the knitting structure which comprises the supporter 100 is not limited, For example, a tengu structure or another different structure | tissue may be sufficient. Further, the knitting is performed in the direction of the solid arrow shown on the left side of the drawing, and the base portion 1 and the joint portion 2 are knitted integrally from the start end portion 31 toward the end portion 32 without sewing. In the figure, the left side of the drawing is shown as one end side B1, and the right side is shown as the other end side B2.

  After knitting with the front and back needle beds from the start end portion 31 of the first cylindrical portion 11 and knitting the first cylindrical portion 11 around the line α indicated by a-b in a cylindrical shape, At the other end B2 outside the knitting width, the set-up portion 5 is formed by ij of the joint portion 2 where the knitted fabric can branch into the front and back needle beds. The set-up portion 5 may be formed during the knitting of the first tube portion 11. Thereafter, a stitch row of the first intermediate portion 21 following the wal of the terminal stitch of the first cylindrical portion 11 and a new stitch row of the joint portion 2 branching at ij of the set-up portion 5 and then following the wale. Then, a-c of the first intermediate portion 21 is folded back as a symmetric line and knitted in a C shape with the front and back needle beds. At that time, the turn-back position is sequentially shifted by jk of the second joint portion 3R of the joint portion 2, and the turn-up knitting in which the knitting needles at the end of the knitting width are sequentially removed from the knitting to be in a non-operating state is indicated by cf. The knitting width is gradually reduced to the line β, and the tuck stitch 2S is formed at the jk position of the second joint 3R of the joint 2 to form the triangular joint 2. Further, the first intermediate portion 21 and a part of the joint portion 2 are brought close to the other end side B2, and the stitches of the joint portion 2 are overlapped with the stitches near the end portion i-k of the joint portion 2. Furthermore, only the first intermediate portion 21 is moved to the other end side B2, and the stitches of the first intermediate portion 21 are overlapped with the stitches in the vicinity of the end bf of the first intermediate portion 21, so that the joint 2 and the second Overlapping stitches are formed on the stitches at the ends of the intermediate portion 21. In the present embodiment, when the joint portion 2 and the first intermediate portion 21 are knitted for two courses, the reduction process is performed once. Moreover, the joint part 2 and the 1st intermediate part 21 can also be separately intarsia knitted using three yarn feeders.

  By shifting the first intermediate portion 21 and the joint portion 2 toward the other end side B2, the overlap is formed along the first joint portion 3E so as to be inclined with respect to the wale direction of the base portion 1 by a reduction process. The buffer region 2E can be provided. By disposing the buffer region 2E so as to be inclined with respect to the wales of the base portion 1 and the joint portion 2, it is possible to disperse the expanding / contracting force of the connection portion between the base portion 1 and the joint portion 2. Therefore, the buffer region 2E expands / contracts along the bending / extending operation of the elbow / knee joint portion, and it is difficult to generate tension or sag. In the present embodiment, the double stitches are formed on the first intermediate portion 21 and the stitches at the ends of the joint portion 2 respectively. However, the double stitches are formed in the neighboring stitches as long as the function of the buffer region 2E can be exhibited. May be formed. In addition, the knitting can be performed while bringing the joint portion 2 to the one end B1 and connecting to the first intermediate portion 21, but the knitting is difficult because the second joint portion 3R of the joint portion 2 that is the turn-back portion is brought closer. become. In the knitting process of the present embodiment, the turn-back portion of the second joint portion 3R of the joint portion 2 is not shifted and the above problem does not occur.

  Subsequently, a new stitch is formed by performing four-course knit knitting on the stitch that is inactive in the second joint portion 3R of the joint portion 2. Then, a new stitch is formed at the end ef of the first intermediate portion 21, and the stitches of the second intermediate portion 22 are increased with respect to the stitches on the second joint portion 3R side jk of the joint portion 2. The joint 2 is repeatedly joined, and the stitches at the end j of the set-up portion 5 on the second joint 3R side of the joint 2 or the stitches connected to the stitches and the end h of the second intermediate portion 22 on the second joint 3R side Join the stitches. In addition, when joining the 2nd intermediate part 22 and the junction part 2, in order to make a knitting easy, the kk tack | tuck 2S formed by the turn back knitting of the junction part 2 may be knit-knitted for one course. However, in this embodiment, three courses of knit knitting are performed. By forming the buffer region 2R composed of a plurality of course rows, the expansion / contraction force of the connection portion between the base portion 1 and the joint portion 2 is dispersed similarly to the buffer region 2E, so that it is difficult to generate tension or sag. it can. Moreover, the 2nd intermediate | middle part 22 and the junction part 2 can also be joined by internal increase knitting.

  Then, the knitting of the supporter 100 is completed by knitting the second cylindrical portion 12 in a cylindrical shape up to the terminal end portion 32 and performing a known bind-off process. By the above knitting process, the base portion 1 is provided with the joint portion 2 having two triangular shapes equally starting from the set-up portion 5, and the wales of the stitches of the joint portion 2 and the wales of the base portion 1 intersect. Supporter 100 can be obtained. In the present embodiment, the wales of the stitches of the joint portion 2 and the wales of the stitches of the base portion 1 are orthogonal to each other, but may intersect at other angles. Further, the supporter 100 can change the size of the cylinder diameter from the start end portion 31 to the end end portion 32. Further, during the knitting of the base portion 1, the number of stitches in the wale direction can be increased or decreased by reducing knitting or increasing knitting, and the axial direction of the cylinder of the base portion 1 can be changed. In this way, by changing the shape of the supporter 100, it is possible to further improve the fit at the time of wearing.

  The supporter 100 obtained from the knitting process is particularly effective when there is a large movement such as when used in sports. In addition, in this embodiment, although the junction part 2 is shown by the rectangular shape which match | combined two triangular shapes, by shape | molding, such as the reduction | decrease of the 1st intermediate part 21 and the increase of the 2nd intermediate part 22, polygon or circular Any other shape such as an ellipse can be used. In the present embodiment, two triangular shapes are formed equally on the left and right with the set-up portion 5 as a reference. The size may be changed.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 100 Supporter 1 Base part 2 Junction part 11 1st cylinder part 12 2nd cylinder part 21 1st intermediate part 22 2nd intermediate part 3E 1st junction part 3R 2nd junction part 5 Set-up part 31 Start end part 32 End part
2E, 2R buffer area

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  1. In a cylindrical supporter knitted without sewing using a flat knitting machine having at least a pair of front and back needle beds,
    The supporter includes a cylindrical base portion having a cutout portion and a joint portion joined to the cutout portion, and the base portion includes a cylindrical first tube portion and a second tube portion arranged in the wale direction. The first intermediate portion where the knitting width decreases and the second intermediate portion where the knitting width increases form a notch portion between both the cylindrical portions, and the wales of the stitches of the base portion extend in the axial direction of the cylinder, The joint portion having a set-up portion parallel to the axial direction of the cylinder of the base portion has a stitch extending in both directions that branches off from the set-up portion and separates from each other. Supporter characterized by crossing against the wales of the stitches.
  2.   The supporter according to claim 1, wherein a buffer region that disperses the distortion of both the knitted fabric portions is provided at a joint portion connecting the knitted fabric portions of the base portion and the joint portion.
  3. In a knitting method of a cylindrical supporter knitted without sewing using a flat knitting machine having at least a pair of front and back needle beds,
    The supporter includes a base portion and a joint portion, and the base portion includes a cylindrical first tube portion and a second tube portion arranged in the wale direction, and a first intermediate in which a knitting width is reduced between the two tube portions. The second intermediate portion having an increased knitting width forms a notch, the first intermediate portion is joined at the first joint portion, and the second intermediate portion is joined at the second joint portion. With a joint,
    Knitting the first tubular portion into a tubular shape after knitting at the front and back needle beds;
    Forming a set-up portion of the joint that allows the knitted fabric to branch to the front and back needle beds outside the knitting width adjacent to the first tube portion;
    While forming a new stitch row of the joint portion following the stitch row of the first intermediate portion following the wale of the terminal stitch of the first cylindrical portion and the stitch of the set-up portion, the first intermediate portion Forming a double stitch on the knitting near the end on the first joint side and performing a reduction process, and repeatedly performing turnover knitting to gradually reduce the knitting width at the second joint of the joint; and
    A new stitch is formed in the stitch row at the terminal end of the first intermediate portion, and the joining is repeated while increasing the stitches of the second intermediate portion following the wales of the stitches of the second joining portion of the joining portion. A step of joining the stitches at the end of the set-up portion on the second joint portion side of the joint portion or the stitches connected to the stitches to the stitches at the end portion on the second joint portion side of the second intermediate portion When,
    Knitting the second tubular portion into a tubular shape;
    A supporter knitting method characterized by comprising:



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