JP6436569B2 - Coil manufacturing equipment - Google Patents

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JP6436569B2
JP6436569B2 JP2015007397A JP2015007397A JP6436569B2 JP 6436569 B2 JP6436569 B2 JP 6436569B2 JP 2015007397 A JP2015007397 A JP 2015007397A JP 2015007397 A JP2015007397 A JP 2015007397A JP 6436569 B2 JP6436569 B2 JP 6436569B2
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  The present invention relates to a coil manufacturing apparatus that winds a wire fed from a nozzle and manufactures a coil.

  Conventionally, as a chip coil used in a small electronic device or the like, a coil is obtained by winding a wire around a winding body of a core having flanges at both ends, and the wire formed at the end of the coil is formed at the flange What is fixed to is known. As a device for manufacturing such a chip coil, a wire feeder that feeds a wire from a nozzle with a constant tension, a clamp device that grips the end of the wire fed from the nozzle, and a core that supports the core There has been known one provided with a winding jig that rotates and winds a wire fed from a nozzle around a rotating core (for example, see Patent Document 1).

  In this coil manufacturing apparatus, the core is held by the winding jig, and the winding jig is rotated together with the clamping device that holds the end portion of the wire, and the wire fed from the nozzle is supported by the winding jig. It is wound around the core. In the processing of the wire in the chip coil manufacturing apparatus, after the winding is completed, the wire at the end of the coil is soldered to the electrode formed on the collar to fix the wiring.

  Thus, although conventional coil manufacturing consists of gripping, winding, and wiring of the core to the winding jig, a plurality of winding jigs are prepared for relatively small chip coils. While the winding is performed on the core held by one winding jig, the core is held by another winding jig and the core after winding is held. By performing the wiring work in the winding jig, each work is performed simultaneously to increase the number of coils produced per unit time.

  In this way, in coil manufacturing in which the core is separately gripped, wound, and wired, the wire taken out from the nozzle and wound around the core is cut once at the end of the winding. In this state, it is necessary to transport the winding jig together with the core to the next wiring process. In this case, the wire rod is cut by moving a nipper device capable of cutting the wire rod by electric or fluid pressure three-dimensionally by a three-axis movement mechanism, and sandwiching the wire rod between a pair of cutting teeth of the nipper device. It has been proposed to cut the wire by closing the cutting teeth of each other (see, for example, Patent Document 2).

JP 2007-266578 A JP 2012-80037 A

  However, since the wire cutting device in the conventional coil manufacturing apparatus moves the nipper device by the triaxial moving mechanism, the triaxial moving mechanism becomes relatively large, and the entire apparatus becomes large. was there.

  Further, when the wire extending from the core to the nozzle is cut after the winding, the coil wound around the core may be loosened due to the elasticity of the wire and the wire may be unwound from the core. For this reason, in an apparatus in which the winding jig is moved to perform winding and wiring at different positions, it is necessary to prevent the wire rod cut after the winding from being unwound from the core.

  An object of the present invention is to cut a wire end wire of a coil made of a wound wire material without increasing the size of the device, and to remove both the wire start wire end wire and the wire end wire before wiring. An object of the present invention is to provide a coil manufacturing apparatus capable of preventing the wire rod held and wound from being unwound.

  A coil manufacturing apparatus according to the present invention includes a nozzle that feeds a wire, a winding jig that winds the wire fed from the nozzle, and a clamp device that grips an end of the wire fed from the nozzle. It is an improvement of the device.

  The characteristic configuration includes a substrate attached to the winding jig such that one main surface faces the periphery of the winding jig, and a first clamping tool that clamps the wire together with one side of the substrate, A second holding tool that holds the wire together with the other side of the substrate, a cutter member that is superimposed on the other main surface of the substrate and pivotally supported by the winding jig, and the cutter member is rotated to rotate the cutter member. An urging means for urging the cutter blade away from one side of the substrate, and a wire extending from the winding jig to the nozzle by moving the nozzle in the three-axis direction to the first side of the substrate and the first A nozzle moving mechanism that is inserted between both the clamping tool and the cutter blade separated from one side of the substrate and one side of the substrate, and a winding device by moving the clamp device in three axial directions. Wire extending from the fixture to the clamping device between the other side of the substrate and the second clamping fixture And 蓄線 moving mechanism through a cutter member is rotated are in place and a cleavable-configured member rotating means inserted through so the wire between the cutter blade and one side of the substrate.

  When the storage movement mechanism also serves as the member rotation means, the storage movement mechanism is configured so that the clamp device is brought into contact with the cutter member and the cutter member in contact with the clamp device is rotatable.

  When the winding jig is pivotally supported by the base, a storage movement mechanism is provided on the base and includes a fluid pressure cylinder that causes the retracting rod to be retracted by fluid pressure. The fluid pressure cylinder contacts the retracting rod with the cutter member. It is also possible to make the cutter member in contact with the retracting rod pivotable.

  In the case of further comprising a rotating means for rotating the nozzle or the clamp device around the winding jig, the rotating means rotates the nozzle or the clamping device in the same direction at a speed faster than the rotating speed of the winding jig. The wire rod fed out from the nozzle to the winding jig and the wire rod gripped by the clamp device and pulled out in advance from the nozzle can be wound up.

  In the coil manufacturing apparatus of the present invention, since the cutter member is provided around the winding jig, the wire can be cut only by rotating the cutter member by the member rotating means. Therefore, the coil manufacturing apparatus according to the present invention does not use a nipper device or a triaxial moving mechanism that moves the nipper device conventionally required for cutting the wire.

  Since the cutter member for cutting the wire is provided around the winding jig, it does not become a large-sized one, and this cutter member is superposed on the substrate holding the wire together with the first and second holding tools. Therefore, even if the wire material at the end of winding of the obtained coil is cut, the wire material at the beginning and end of winding of the coil is held by the substrate and the holding tool. Therefore, the coil manufacturing apparatus in the present invention holds both the winding start and end windings of the obtained coil and then moves the winding jig for wiring, for example. This makes it possible to prevent the wound wire rod from being unwound.

  Further, the nozzle or the storage means is rotated by the rotation means in the same direction at a speed faster than the rotation speed of the winding jig, and the wire rod fed out from the nozzle to the winding jig and the wire rod stored in the storage means If both are wound, an α-wound coil can be manufactured in which the wire material at the beginning and end of winding are both outer circumferences.

  Even when such an α-winding coil is obtained, the wire at the end of winding of the obtained coil is cut, and the wound wire can be unwound while holding both the wire at the start and end of winding of the coil. It becomes possible to prevent this.

It is a front view which shows the coil manufacturing apparatus of this invention embodiment. It is a side view which shows the coil manufacturing apparatus. It is a top view of the coil manufacturing apparatus. It is the sectional view on the AA line of FIG. 2 which shows the winding jig | tool. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the structure of the clamping cutting tool. It is the figure seen from the B direction of FIG. 4 which shows the clamping cutting tool. It is the EE sectional view taken on the line of FIG. 8 which shows the relationship between the board | substrate and a clamping tool. It is the figure seen from the C direction of FIG. 6 which shows the upper part of the winding jig | tool with which the clamping cutting tool was attached. It is a top view of the winding jig | tool with which the clamping cutting tool was attached. It is the DD line | wire arrow line view of FIG. 1 which shows the storage means. It is a figure which shows the state which draws out the wire drawn | fed out from the nozzle. It is a figure corresponding to FIG. 11 which shows the state which put the withdrawn wire rod along a core. It is a perspective view which shows the state by which the alpha coil was obtained. It is a perspective view which shows the state which clamps the wire drawn out from the coil with the side part of a board | substrate, and a clamping tool. It is a perspective view which shows the state which cut | disconnects the wire extended from the coil to a nozzle. It is a figure which shows the case where a member rotation means is a fluid cylinder.

  Next, the best mode for carrying out the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

  A coil manufacturing apparatus 10 according to the present invention is shown in FIGS. Here, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 of the present invention will be described on the assumption that three axes X, Y, and Z that are orthogonal to each other are set, the X axis extends in the horizontal front-rear direction, the Y axis extends in the horizontal horizontal direction, and the Z axis extends in the vertical direction. To do.

  The coil manufacturing apparatus 10 of the present invention includes a winding jig 14 that rotates and winds the wire 12. The winding jig 14 supports the core 11 and rotates together with the core 11. The winding jig 14 winds the wire 12 fed from a nozzle 31 described later onto the rotating core 11. A plurality of 14 are provided.

  The coil manufacturing apparatus 10 in this embodiment has a horizontal pedestal 13, and two pedestals 16 are provided on the pedestal 13 so as to be movable in the X-axis direction at a predetermined interval in the Y-axis direction. . A plurality of winding jigs 14 are provided on the two bases 16 with a predetermined interval in the X-axis direction. In this embodiment, a case where five winding jigs 14 are provided on one base 16 and a total of ten winding jigs 14 are provided on two bases 16 is shown. Since the plurality of winding jigs 14 have the same structure, one of them will be described as a representative.

  Then, as shown in FIG. 4, the winding jig 14 includes a spindle shaft 19 that is pivotally supported by the base 16, a body portion 20 that is provided coaxially at the upper end of the spindle shaft 19, and a body portion thereof. And a chuck 21 that is provided coaxially at the upper end of 20 and grips the core 11 around which the wire 12 is wound.

  As shown in the enlarged view of FIG. 4, the core 11 is formed with flange portions 11a and 11b at both ends of the winding body portion 11c, and an electrode is provided on one or both of the flange portions 11a and 11b. The formed object is the object of winding. In this embodiment, it is assumed that no electrode is formed on the other flange portion 11b, and the chuck 21 is configured to be able to grip the side of the core 11 where the electrode of the one flange portion 11a is not formed from both sides. It shall be assumed.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the spindle shaft 19 is pivotally supported by the base 16 extending in the vertical direction with the chuck 21 facing upward. Here, reference numeral 16 a in FIG. 4 is a bearing 16 a that pivotally supports the spindle shaft 19.

  On the other hand, the chuck 21 that grips the core 11 has a fixed-side gripping member 21a attached to the barrel 20 so that the upper part projects upward from the upper end of the barrel 20, and a vertical adjacent to the fixed-side gripping member 21a. A substantially gripping center 21b has a movable gripping member 21b pivotally supported by the trunk portion 20.

  At the upper edge of the fixed-side gripping member 21a, a notch 21c is formed on which one flange 11a of the core 11 can be placed in a horizontal state. The movable gripping member 21b is formed so that the upper part of the movable gripping member 21b is clamped together with the fixed gripping member 21a on one of the flanges 11a that is horizontally placed on the cutout portion 21c at the upper edge of the fixed gripping member 21a. The

  A coil spring 21d that biases the gap between the fixed side gripping member 21a and the movable side gripping member 21b below the pivot point of the movable side gripping member 21b so as to widen them is interposed. And this coil spring 21d narrows the space | interval of the fixed side holding member 21a and the movable side holding member 21b above a pivotal point with the urging | biasing force, and, thereby, is the one hook mounted horizontally on the notch part 21c. It is comprised so that the part 11a may be held. The lower part of the movable side gripping member 21b below the spring 21d is formed to be bent in a crank shape, and an operation side part 21e positioned below the fixed side gripping member 21a is formed at the lower end thereof.

  An operation rod 26 is inserted through the central axis of the spindle shaft 19 so as to be movable up and down. On the upper end of the operating rod 26, that is, on the upper portion of the operating rod 26 protruding upward from the upper edge of the spindle shaft 19, an operating body 26a having a diameter decreasing upward is attached, and the operating side portion 21e is formed on the operating body 26a. It is comprised so that a side surface may contact. For this reason, when the operating rod 26 rises together with the operating body 26a, the operating side portion 21e whose side surface comes into contact with the operating body 26a is driven from the center of the body portion 20 to the side, against the urging force of the coil spring 21d. The part below the pivot point of the movable gripping member 21b is configured to approach the fixed gripping member 21a. Then, the interval between the fixed-side gripping member 21a and the movable-side gripping member 21b above the pivot point is widened so that the sandwiching of the core 11 can be eliminated.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 of the present invention includes rotating means for simultaneously rotating a plurality of winding jigs 14 provided on a base 16. This rotating means is a motor 23 attached to the base 16, and a first pulley 24a is provided on the rotating shaft thereof. A second pulley 24b is attached to each of the spindle shafts 19 protruding below the base 16 of the plurality of winding jigs 14 provided on the base 16. When a belt 24c is wound between the first pulley 24a and all the plurality of second pulleys 24b and the motor 23 is driven, a plurality of belts are passed through the first pulley 24a, the belt 24c, and the second pulley 24b. The winding jig 14 is configured to rotate simultaneously in the same direction at the same speed.

  The coil manufacturing apparatus 10 includes a gripping means (not shown) that holds the core 11 on the winding jig 14, a winding means that performs winding, and a wiring means (not shown) that performs wiring. It is assumed that they are provided in order in the X-axis direction, and two bases 16 are provided separately to be movable in the X-axis direction so as to communicate these means.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the two bases 16 have side portions in the Y-axis direction attached to the upper ends of two movable bases 18 provided at predetermined intervals in the Y-axis direction. A rail 28 on which these two movable bases 18 are mounted is attached extending in the X-axis direction. A slider 18a (FIG. 4) that moves along the rail 28 is attached to the lower part of the movable base 18, and female screw holes 18b (FIG. 4) into which ball screws 29 are screwed are formed in the two movable bases 18, respectively. .

  Two ball screws 29 extending in the X-axis direction and screwed separately into female screw holes 18b formed in the two movable bases 18 are pivotally supported on the base 13 with a predetermined interval in the Y-axis direction parallel to the rail 28. A motor (not shown) for rotating these two ball screws 29 separately is attached to the base 13. Then, by separately rotating the ball screw 29 by a motor (not shown), the movable base 18 is moved on the rail 28 together with the base 16 in the X-axis direction, and the two bases 16 are provided extending in the X-axis direction. The gripping means, the winding means, and the wiring capable of being separately configured to reciprocate.

  Although not shown, an actuator for raising and lowering the operating rod 26 is attached to the base 13 in the gripping means and the wiring means. The actuator in this embodiment is a so-called air cylinder that causes a rod to appear and retract by supplying and discharging compressed air, and is attached to the pedestal 13 so as to be coaxial with the operation rod 26 with the retracting rod facing upward. In the gripping means or the wiring means, when the retracting rod facing the operating rod 26 protrudes upward, the operating rod 26 is raised to cancel the gripping of the core 11 by the chuck 21, and when the retracting rod is retracted, The rod 26 is lowered, and the core 11 can be gripped by the chuck 21.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 according to the present invention is provided with a wire feeder that feeds the wire 12 with a constant tension in the winding means sandwiched between the gripping means and the wiring means. This wire feeding machine includes a nozzle 31 through which the wire 12 is inserted, a rotating mechanism 32 that rotates the nozzle 31, a nozzle moving mechanism 33 that moves the nozzle 31 together with the rotating mechanism 32 in a triaxial direction, and the wire And a tension device 42 for applying tension to the twelve.

  A plurality of nozzles 31 are provided corresponding to a plurality of winding jigs 14 provided on a single base 16. The nozzle 31 is separately fixed to a plurality of rotating members 39 pivotally supported by the support plate 38. The support plate 38 is horizontally supported by the nozzle moving mechanism 33, and the rotation member 39 is arranged on the support plate 38 at a predetermined interval so as to correspond to the winding jig 14. It is pivoted with the rotation axis in the vertical direction. Since the rotation member 39 and the nozzle 31 are attached to the support plate 38 in the same structure, one of them will be described as a representative.

  Then, as shown in the enlarged views of FIGS. 1 and 2, a substantially crank-shaped attachment member 40 is attached to the rotation member 39 below the support plate 38, and the attachment member deviated from the rotation axis of the rotation member 39. A nozzle 31 is fixed to the lower part of 40. The nozzle 31 is a hexahedron, and a feeding hole 31a through which the wire 12 is inserted in the horizontal direction is formed in the lower part thereof. The feeding hole 31a is formed from the outside of the rotating member 39 toward the rotation center of the rotating member 39. The distance from the rotation center to the nozzle 31 is determined by the circle drawn by the nozzle 31 when the rotating member 39 rotates. It is set to a degree sufficient to surround the flanges 11a and 11b (FIG. 4) of the core 11 supported by the core 21.

  An insertion hole 39a is formed at the rotation center of the rotation member 39, and the insertion hole 39a is formed so that the wire 12 can be inserted. Then, pulleys 41 a to 41 c that guide the wire 12 inserted through the insertion hole 39 a formed in the vertical direction to the feeding hole 31 a of the nozzle 31 are attached to the lower portion of the rotating member 39 and the attachment member 40, respectively.

  The wire 12 drawn by these pulleys 41 a to 41 c is configured to be inserted into the feed hole 31 a of the nozzle 31 from the outside toward the center of the rotating member 39.

  As shown in FIGS. 1 to 3, the rotation mechanism 32 for rotating the nozzle 31 is a motor 32 attached to a support plate 38, and a third pulley 32 a is provided on the rotation shaft of the motor 32. Fourth pulleys 32b are attached to the rotating members 39 protruding upward. A belt 32c is looped between the third pulley 32a and all the fourth pulleys 32b, and an auxiliary pulley 32d for preventing the belt 32c from slackening is pivotally supported on the support plate 38 between the fourth pulleys 32b. Is done. When the motor 32 is driven, all the rotating members 39 are configured to be rotatable together with the nozzles 31 in the same direction at the same speed via the third pulley 32a, the belt 32c, and the fourth pulley 32b.

  The nozzle moving mechanism 33 that moves the plurality of nozzles 31 configured in this manner in the triaxial direction together with the rotating mechanism 32 is configured to be able to move the support plate 38 in the triaxial direction with respect to the base 13.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the nozzle moving mechanism 33 in this embodiment is configured by a combination of X-axis, Y-axis, and Z-axis direction expansion / contraction actuators 34 to 36.

  The telescopic actuators 34 to 36 constituting the nozzle moving mechanism 33 are elongated box-shaped housings 34d to 36d and extended in the longitudinal direction inside the housings 34d to 36d, and are rotationally driven by servo motors 34a to 36a. It comprises ball screws 34b to 36b and followers 34c to 36c that are screwed into the ball screws 34b to 36b to move in parallel.

  When each of the telescopic actuators 34 to 36 is driven by the servo motors 34a to 36a and the ball screws 34b to 36b are rotated, the followers 34c to 36c screwed into the ball screws 34b to 36b are the longitudinal lengths of the housings 34d to 36d. It is configured to be movable along the direction.

  In this embodiment, a case is shown in which both sides in the X-axis direction of a support plate 38 on which a plurality of nozzles 31 are provided are supported by a nozzle moving mechanism 33, and both sides of the support plate 38 are movable in the Y-axis direction. The follower 35c of the Y-axis expansion / contraction actuator 35 is attached to the housing 35d of the axial expansion / contraction actuator 35, and the support plate 38 can be moved in the Z-axis direction together with the Y-axis expansion / contraction actuator 35. Are respectively attached to the housings 36d.

  Further, the follower 36c of the Z-axis direction extendable actuator 34 is driven by the follower 34c of the Z-axis direction extendable actuator 34 so that the support plate 38 can be moved in the X-axis direction together with the Y-axis and Z-axis direction extendable actuators 35, 36. Mounted on each.

  Then, the housing 34d of the X-axis direction extendable actuator 34 extends in the X-axis direction and is fixed to the pedestal 13 via the support column 33b.

  The servo motors 34a to 36a in the telescopic actuators 34 to 36 are connected to control outputs of a controller (not shown) that controls them.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the tension device 42 is capable of applying tension to the fed wire 12 and pulling back the wire 12. A plurality of tension devices 42 are provided according to the number of nozzles 31, and the wire 12 fed out from one tension device 42 is supplied to a single nozzle 31. Since the plurality of tension devices 42 have the same structure, one of them will be described as a representative.

  The tension device 42 in this embodiment includes a casing 44 that is installed via a mounting leg 43, and a drum 45 and a tension bar 46 that are provided on a side surface of the casing 44.

  The wire rod 12 is wound around a drum 45, and a feed control motor 47 for feeding the wire rod 12 by rotating the drum 45 is provided inside the casing 44. The wire rod 12 fed from the drum 45 is placed at the tip of the tension bar 46. It is guided to the wire guide 46a.

  The tension bar 46 can be pivoted about the pivot shaft 46b at the base end. The rotation angle of the rotation shaft 46b is detected by a potentiometer 48 serving as a rotation angle detection means housed in the casing 44 and attached to the rotation shaft 46b. The detection output of the potentiometer 48 is input to a controller (not shown), and the control output from the controller is connected to the feeding control motor 47.

  A support column 38a is erected in the vicinity of the rotation member 39 of the support plate 38 provided with the rotation member 39 that rotates together with the nozzle 31, and the wire 12 from the wire guide 46a is wound around the support column 38a. A pulley 38b is pivotally supported. The pulley 38b is pivotally supported so as to be positioned above the rotating member 39, and the wire 12 guided to the wire guide 46a at the tip of the tension bar 46 is guided to the pulley 38b from the wire guide 46a. Therefore, the wiring is performed so as to turn through the insertion hole 39a of the rotating member 39.

  One end of a spring 49, which is an elastic member serving as a biasing means for applying a biasing force in the rotation direction of the tension bar 46, is attached to a predetermined position between the rotation shaft 46b of the tension bar 46 and the wire guide 46a. It is attached via a bracket 46c.

  The tension bar 46 is given an elastic force according to the rotation angle by a spring 49 which is an elastic member. The other end of the spring 49 is fixed to the moving member 50.

  The moving member 50 is screwed into a male screw 51a of a tension adjusting screw 51, and is configured to be movable and adjustable according to the rotation of the male screw 51a. Thus, the fixed position of the other end of the spring 49 can be displaced, and the tension of the applied wire 12 can be adjusted by the tension bar 46 urged by the spring 49 in the direction indicated by the one-dot chain line.

  A controller (not shown) is configured to control the feeding control motor 47 so that the rotation angle detected by the potentiometer 48 serving as a rotation angle detection means becomes a predetermined angle.

  Therefore, in this tension device 42, tension is applied to the wire 12 via the tension bar 46 by the spring 49, and the drum 45 rotates so that the tension bar 46 has a predetermined angle, and a predetermined amount of the wire 12 is fed out. Is done. Therefore, the tension of the wire 12 is maintained at a predetermined value.

  In addition, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 includes storage means 52 that draws out and stores the wire 12 for a predetermined number of turns from the nozzle 31. The storage means 52 includes a clamp device 53 configured to be able to grip the wire 12 and a storage movement mechanism 54 that moves the clamp device 53 in three axial directions. A plurality of clamp devices 53 are provided according to the number of nozzles 31, and one clamp device 53 is assumed to hold the wire 12 fed out from a single nozzle 31. Since the plurality of clamp devices 53 have the same structure, one of them will be described as a representative.

  As shown in FIG. 1, the clamping device 53 in the storage means 52 has clamping pieces 53a and 53b (FIG. 10) that open and close when compressed air is supplied or exhausted, and the clamping pieces 53a and 53b serve as nozzles. The wire 12 fed from 31 can be gripped.

  The clamp device 53 extends in the Y-axis direction so as to face the nozzle 31 and is provided on the moving plate 58. The clamping pieces 53a and 53b of the clamp device 53 are formed by bending the tip facing the nozzle 31 upward. The clamp device 53 is configured so that compressed air is supplied or exhausted according to a command from a controller (not shown).

  As shown in FIG. 10, the moving plate 58 is provided with a rail 59 extending in the Y-axis direction. The clamping device 53 is attached to the rail 59 so as to be movable in the Y-axis direction with the clamping pieces 53a and 53b protruding toward the winding jig 14 (FIG. 1).

  Further, one end of a coil spring 60 is attached to the clamp device 53, and the other end of the coil spring 60 is fixed to the moving member 61. The moving member 61 is screwed into a male screw 62a of a tension adjusting screw 62, and is configured to be movable and adjustable according to the rotation of the male screw 62a.

  The coil spring 60 urges the clamping device 53 away from the winding jig 14, and the storage moving mechanism 54 (FIG. 1) moves the moving plate 58 together with the clamping device 53 in the triaxial direction. Configured to move.

  Returning to FIG. 1, the storage movement mechanism 54 has the same structure as the nozzle movement mechanism 33 described above, and is configured by a combination of X-axis, Y-axis, and Z-axis direction expansion / contraction actuators 55 to 57.

  In this embodiment, a moving plate 58 provided with a plurality of clamping devices 53 is attached to a housing 56d of a Y-axis direction extendable actuator 56 so as to be movable in the Y-axis direction, and the moving plate 58 is attached together with the Y-axis direction extendable actuator 56. A follower 56c of the Y-axis direction expansion / contraction actuator 56 is attached to a housing 57d of the Z-axis direction expansion / contraction actuator 57 so as to be movable in the Z-axis direction.

  The follower 57c of the Z-axis direction telescopic actuator 55 is driven by the follower 55c of the X-axis direction telescopic actuator 55 so that the movable plate 58 can be moved in the X-axis direction together with the Y-axis and Z-axis direction extendable actuators 56, 57. Mounted on.

  The housing 55d of the X-axis direction extendable actuator 55 extends in the X-axis direction and is fixed to the pedestal 13.

  The servo motors 55a to 57a in each of the telescopic actuators 55 to 57 are connected to a control output of a controller (not shown) that controls them.

  Since the operations of the servo motors 55a to 57a, the ball screws 55b to 57b, and the followers 55c to 57c are the same as those of the nozzle moving mechanism 33, the description thereof is omitted.

  In addition, as shown in FIG. 4, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 of the present invention is configured to hold and cut the end portion of the wire 12 wound around the core 11 supported by the winding jig 14 and to cut it. Is attached to the body 20 of the winding jig 14.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 to 8, the sandwiching and cutting tool 70 includes a substrate 71 that is attached so that one main surface is in contact with the winding jig 14, and the wire 12 together with one side portion of the substrate 71. The first clamping tool 72 to be clamped, the second clamping tool 73 to clamp the wire 12 together with the other side portion of the substrate 71, and the other main surface of the substrate 71 are overlapped and pivotally supported by the winding jig 14. The cutter member 74, the first and second clamping tools 72, 73 interposed between the substrate 71 and the winder, and the fixture 76 that pivotally supports the cutter member 74, and the presser that clamps them together with the fixture 76 And a tool 77.

  As shown in FIG. 5, the fixture 76 has a hole through which a thin portion 76 a where the base end of one main surface of the substrate 71 overlaps and a screw 78 for attaching to the trunk portion 20 of the winding jig 14 is inserted. An inner wall portion 76b in which 76d is formed and a thick wall portion 76c in which holes 76e and grooves 76f for accommodating springs 79 and 80 described later are formed in this order, and the first and second sandwiched portions are formed in the thin wall portion 76a. A pair of pivot pins 76g and 76h for pivotally supporting the tools 72 and 73 are provided.

  The substrate 71 is a flat plate having a rectangular shape, and the notches 71a and 71b for avoiding interference with the pair of pivot pins 76g and 76h of the fixture 76 in which the base ends of one main surface overlap with each other on both sides on the base end side. Formed in each part.

  The first and second holding tools 72 and 73 are made to have a symmetrical structure by processing a flat plate, and bulge portions 72a and 73a that can enter the notches 71a and 71b of the substrate 71 are formed. The bulging portions 72a and 73a are respectively formed with fitting holes 72b and 73b that can be fitted into the pivot pins 76g and 76h. The bulging portions 72a and 73a are adjacent to the side portions at the tip of the substrate 71, and Clamping parts 72c and 73c for clamping the wire 12 together with the side parts are formed. Overhang portions 72d and 73d projecting outward from both sides of the fixture 76 are formed on the base end side from the bulge portions 72a and 73a, and a protrusion 72e that supports the coil spring 79 at the base ends of the overhang portions 72d and 73d. , 73e are formed.

  Coil springs 79 having both ends supported by the protrusions 72e and 73e are interposed on the base end sides of the first and second holding tools 72 and 73, and the coil springs 79 are attached so as to expand the base ends thereof. The holding portions 72c and 73c at the tips of the first and second holding tools 72 and 73 are pressed against both sides of the tip of the substrate 71, and if the wire 12 enters between them, the wire 12 is held. Configured. In addition, inclined surfaces 72f and 73f for facilitating the entry of the wire 12 are formed at the edges of the holding portions 72c and 73c on the substrate 71 side, respectively.

  The cutter member 74 is a flat plate material having a crank shape, and a pivot hole 74b into which a pivot pin 76g into which the second holding tool 73 is pivoted is formed in the central straight portion 74a. The central straight portion 74a is provided so as to cross the first and second sandwiching tools 72 and 73 along the inner wall portion 76b of the fixture 76, and the first straight portion 74a is provided with the first straight portion from one end thereof. A cutter blade 74 c that overlaps with the clamping portion 72 c of the clamping tool 72 is formed. In addition, an operation portion 74d that overlaps with an overhang portion 73d of the second holding tool 73 is formed from the other end of the central straight portion 74a, and this operation portion 74d is an attachment tool than the overhang portion 73d of the second holding device 73. Formed in a direction away from 76.

  As shown in FIG. 6, a coil spring 80 is interposed at the end of the operation portion 74d, and this coil spring 80 urges the operation portion 74d away from the fixture 76 so as to center the pivot pin 76g. Then, the cutter member 74 is rotated so that the cutter blade 74 c is moved away from one side portion at the tip of the substrate 71. When the operation portion 74d is brought close to the fixture 76 against the urging force of the coil spring 80, the gap between the cutter blade 74c and one side portion at the tip of the substrate 71 is eliminated as shown by a one-dot chain line. If the wire 12 is sandwiched between the one side portion at the front end of the substrate 71 and the first sandwiching tool 72, the sandwiched wire 12 can be cut.

  As shown in FIG. 5, the presser 77 sandwiches the first and second holding tools 72 and 73 and the cutter member 74 pivotally supported by the pivot pins 76 g and 76 h of the fixture 76 together with the presser 77. Is prevented from slipping out of the pivot pins 76g and 76h. A pin hole 77a into which the pivot pin 76g pivotally supporting the second holding tool 73 and the cutter member 74 can be inserted, and the presser 77 Along with the fixture 76, a screw hole 77b through which a screw 78 attached to the winding jig 14 is inserted is formed.

  Then, as shown in FIGS. 5 to 8, the male screw 78 inserted into the screw hole 77 b of the presser 77 is inserted into the hole 76 d of the fixture 76, and the female screw (not shown) in the body 20 of the winding jig 14 is inserted. The clamping cutting tool 70 which consists of these shall be attached to the trunk | drum 20 by screwing. In this state, the front end of the substrate 71 protrudes from the front end edge of the body portion 20 provided with the chuck 21 protruding, and is attached to both side portions of the protruding substrate 71. The sandwiching portions 72 c and 73 c of the two sandwiching tools 73 also project from the front end edge of the body portion 20, and the first and second sandwiching tools 72 and 73 are connected to the wire 11 extending from the core 11 held by the chuck 21 together with the side portions of the substrate 71. It is configured to be clamped.

  Next, the operation of the coil manufacturing apparatus will be described.

  In the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 of the present invention, the core 11 is gripped by the winding jig 14 by gripping means (not shown) provided side by side in the X-axis direction, and the winding jig 14 is moved to reach the winding means. In the winding jig 14, winding is performed on the core 11 held by the winding jig 14, and then the winding jig 14 is moved again, and wiring is performed by wiring means (not shown).

  Although not shown, the gripping means grips the core 11 on the winding jig 14 by operating a retracting rod of an air cylinder (not shown) provided facing the operation rod 26 of the winding jig 14 upward. The rod 26 is raised, thereby widening the space above the fixed-side gripping member 21a and the movable-side gripping member 21b in the chuck 21 shown in FIG. And one collar part 11a of the core 11 is horizontally mounted in the notch part 21c in the fixed side holding member 21a. Thereafter, an unillustrated air cylinder retracting rod is inserted to lower the operating rod 26 to narrow the distance between the fixed gripping member 21a and the movable gripping member 21b above the pivot point, thereby horizontally extending the notch 21c. One of the flanges 11a placed is gripped.

  The movement of the plurality of winding jigs 14 holding the core 11 in this way is performed by rotating the ball screw 29 shown in FIGS. 1 to 3 by a motor (not shown). Since the ball screw 29 is screwed to the movable table 18, when the ball screw 29 is rotated, the movable table 18 moves together with the base 16 and the plurality of winding jigs 14 provided on the base 16 in the X-axis direction. It moves and moves from the gripping means to the winding means.

  In this embodiment, a case where winding is performed on the core 11 in the winding means and an α-winding coil 17 is obtained by this winding will be described. Then, in the winding to the core 11 in this winding means, a wire rod drawing process for holding the wire rod 12 fed from the nozzle 31 in the wire rod feeder and pulling out a predetermined length, and a winding jig 14 are provided. The winding step of rotating the wound wire 12 around the core 11 provided on the chuck 21 and the wire 12 fed from the nozzle 31 by rotating the nozzle 31 in the same direction as the core 11. An α-winding coil forming step of forming the α-winding coil 17 by winding the wire 12a and 12b on both ends of the α-winding coil 17 by the substrate 71 and the first and second holding tools 72 and 73; A wire cutting step of cutting the wire 12b extending from the core 11 to the nozzle 31 can be performed.

  In the following, although each step in the winding to the core 11 will be described in detail, in this embodiment, which has two bases 16 and is provided with five winding jigs 14 respectively, Winding is simultaneously performed on the core 11 held by the five winding jigs 14 in the base 16. And since the winding to the core 11 in each winding jig | tool 14 becomes the same operation | movement, the winding to the core 11 in one winding jig | tool 14 shall be demonstrated below representatively. .

<Wire drawing process>
In this step, the wire 12 fed from the nozzle 31 is held and pulled out for a predetermined length. The wire rod 12 is wound around the drum 45, and the wire rod 12 fed out from the drum 45 is guided to a wire rod guide 46a at the tip of the tension bar 46, and the insertion hole 39a of the rotating member 39 is passed through the auxiliary pulley 38b from the wire rod guide 46a. Wire so as to pass through.

  The wire 12 in this embodiment is a so-called square wire having a square cross section, and the wire 12 having the square wire is passed through the insertion hole 39a and then passed through the feed hole 31a of the nozzle 31. .

  And as shown in the enlarged view of FIG. 1, the end of the wire 12 passed through the feeding hole 31a is drawn obliquely upward. By bending this diagonally upward, the wire 12 is locked to the hole edge of the feeding hole 31a and is prevented from returning toward the tension device 42 side.

  In this wire rod drawing process, the clamp device 53 is moved by the storage movement mechanism 54, and the wire rod 12 drawn out from the nozzle 31 and bent obliquely upward by the holding pieces 53a and 53b is gripped.

  Thereafter, the storage device moving mechanism 54 moves the clamp device 53 again and pulls the clamp device 53 away from the nozzle 31 as shown in FIG. Thereby, the wire 12 is drawn out from the nozzle 31 by a predetermined length.

  This predetermined length is the length of the wire 12 necessary for winding one coil of the α-winding coil 17 (FIG. 14) to be obtained, and is clamped when it becomes substantially equal to the length. The movement of the device 53 is stopped, and this wire drawing process is completed.

<Winding process and α winding coil formation>
In this embodiment, the case where the winding process and the α-winding coil formation are performed simultaneously is shown.

  In this step, in the nozzle moving mechanism 33 shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the rotating member 39 provided with the nozzle 31 is moved to above the chuck 21, and the rotation center thereof is matched with the rotation center of the chuck 21. . In this state, the rotating member 39 is lowered until the feeding hole 31a of the nozzle 31 forming a hexahedron faces the winding body 11c of the core 11.

  Next, as shown in FIG. 12, the clamp device 53 is moved so that the wire 12 drawn from the nozzle 31 follows the core 11 provided on the chuck 21. The clamp device 53 is moved by the storage movement mechanism 54 (FIG. 1).

  Then, as shown in FIG. 13, the wire 12 drawn by rotating the winding jig 14 is rewound onto the core 11 provided on the chuck 21 and at the same time, the nozzle 31 is doubled faster than the rotation of the chuck 21. The α-winding coil 17 is formed by winding the wire 12 newly fed from the nozzle 31 around the core 11 by rotating in the same direction at the rotational speed of.

  The rotation of the nozzle 31 is performed by rotating a rotating member 39 provided with the nozzle 31 by a motor 32 (FIG. 1), thereby rotating the nozzle 31 around the core 11. The rotation of the nozzle 31 rotates the periphery of the core 11 at twice the speed in the same direction as the rotation direction of the chuck 21.

  Thereby, the wire 12 newly drawn out from the nozzle 31 is simultaneously wound around the core 11 together with the wire 12 rewound in the direction indicated by the solid line arrow in FIG. At this time, the wire 12 newly fed out from the nozzle 31 is fed along the other flange portion 11b of the core 11, and is wound around the winding drum portion 11c with a bias toward the other flange portion 11b.

  On the other hand, the winding jig 14 is rotated by the motor 23 attached to the pedestal 13 shown in FIG. 1, and the wire 12 drawn out by moving the clamping device 53 away from the chuck 21 is provided on the chuck 21. Rewind to the core 11.

  When the actual rewinding is started, the storage movement mechanism 54 is obtained by bringing the clamping device 53 close to the chuck 21 at a speed substantially equal to the speed of the wire 12 to be rewound, and the wire 12 in the meantime is bent. One coil of the α winding coil 17 is prevented from expanding.

  At this time, the coil spring 60 (FIG. 10) urges the clamping device 53 in a direction away from the winding jig 14, and an error generated between the amount of the wire 12 to be rewound and the moving amount of the clamping device 53. Thus, the bending of the wire 12 between the clamp device 53 and the core 11 is surely prevented. At this time, the wire 12 rewound from the clamping device 53 is rewound along the one flange portion 11a of the core 11 and wound around the winding drum portion 11c along the one flange portion 11a.

  Thereby, both the winding start wire 12a wound by the rotation of the chuck 21 of the wire 12 drawn in advance by the clamping device 53 and the winding end wire 12b drawn out from the nozzle 31 and wound around the core 11 are provided. Α winding coil 17 (FIG. 13) is formed at the outermost periphery.

<Wire clamping process>
In this step, the wire rods 12 a and 12 b at both ends of the α-winding coil 17 are sandwiched by the sandwiching and cutting tool 70.

  First, the clamping of the wire 12a at the beginning of winding will be described. In this clamping, the clamping device 53 is moved by the storage movement mechanism 54, and the winding wire 12a extending from the clamping device 53 to the core 11 is connected to the other side portion of the substrate 71 as shown in FIG. And the second holding tool 73. Then, the wire 12 moves by shifting the other side portion of the substrate 71 downward from the upper portion, and enters between the other side portion of the substrate 71 and the second holding device 73 from the inclined surface 73f of the second holding device 73. To do. As a result, the wire 12 a at the beginning of the winding is sandwiched between the other side portion of the substrate 71 and the second sandwiching tool 73.

  In this case, since the substrate 71 and the second holding tool 73 are positioned obliquely below the α-winding coil 17, the end edge of the wire 12a extends obliquely downward from the core 11 and is held.

  Thereafter, the holding of the wire 12 a at the beginning of winding by the clamp device 53 is canceled, and the wire 12 a at the beginning of winding is released from the clamp device 53. And the clamp apparatus 53 is moved to a standby position by the storage movement mechanism 54 shown in FIG. 1, and it is made to wait until the next wire cutting process.

  In clamping the wire rod 12b at the end of winding, as shown in FIG. 14, the nozzle 31 is moved by the nozzle moving mechanism 33 (FIG. 1), and the wire rod 12b at the end of winding extending from the nozzle 31 to the coil 17 is placed on the substrate. It is inserted and passed between one side of 71 and the first clamping tool 72. Then, the wire 12 moves by shifting one side portion of the substrate 71 downward from the upper portion, and enters between the one side portion of the substrate 71 and the first holding device 72 from the inclined surface 72f of the first holding device 72. To do. As a result, the wire 12b at the end of the winding is sandwiched between the one side portion of the substrate 71 and the first sandwiching tool 72.

<Wire cutting process>
In this step, the winding end wire 12b extending from the core 11 to the nozzle 31 is cut. This cutting is performed by the member rotating means, and in this embodiment, the storage movement mechanism 54 is described as also serving as the member rotating means.

  That is, in cutting the wire 12b at the end of winding, the storage movement mechanism 54 moves the clamp device 53, and the clamping pieces 53a and 53b contact the operation portion 74d in the cutter member 74 as shown in FIG. Let Then, the operating portion 74d is moved against the urging force of the spring 80, the cutter member 74 is rotated, and the wire rod 12b at the end of winding extending from the core 11 to the nozzle 31 includes the cutter blade 74c and the substrate 71. The wire 12 inserted between one side portion is cut.

  The cut end edge of the wire 12a extending from the core 11 to the cutter member 74 exists between one side portion of the substrate 71 and the first holding tool 72, and is held between them.

  In this case, since the board | substrate 71 and the 1st clamping tool 72 are located diagonally downward from the alpha winding coil 17, the wire 12a will be in the state pulled out diagonally below.

  Thereafter, the nozzle 31 is moved to the standby position by the nozzle moving mechanism 33. Here, as shown in the enlarged view of FIG. 1, the end of the wire 12 that has passed through the feeding hole 31a of the nozzle 31 is drawn obliquely upward, so that the wire 12 is a hole of the feeding hole 31a. There is no return toward the tension device 42 until it is locked to the edge and the next winding is made.

  The α-winding coil 17 composed of the wire 12 wound around the core 11 in this way is then moved together with the core 11 and the winding jig 14 in the X-axis direction and conveyed to the wiring means. However, since the cutter member 74 is superposed on the substrate 71 that sandwiches the wire 12 together with the first and second sandwiching tools 72 and 73, even if the wire 12b at the end of winding of the obtained coil 17 is cut, The wire rods 12 a and 12 b at the beginning and end of winding of the coil 17 are sandwiched between the substrate 71 and the sandwiching tools 72 and 73.

  Therefore, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 according to the present invention holds both the winding start and end winding wires 12a and 12b of the coil 17 and moves the winding jig 14 for subsequent wiring. Even in this case, it is possible to prevent the wound wire rod 12 from being unwound.

  When the winding jig 14 on one substrate 71 is conveyed to the wiring means, the other substrate 71 is moved together with the plurality of winding jigs 14 from the gripping means and conveyed to the winding means. The Then, the winding is started again with respect to the core 11 held by the plurality of winding jigs 14 of the other substrate 71. As a result, the wiring work in the plurality of coils in one base 16 and the winding to the plurality of cores 11 in the other base 16 are performed at the same time. It is possible to increase the number of coils 17 to be played.

  Here, although the wire rod 12b at the end of winding is cut, if a so-called square wire having a square cross section is used as the wire rod 12, the nozzle 45 is rotated and wound in the previous α-coil forming step. The wire 12 composed of the square wire is twisted between the nozzle 31 and the nozzle 31. In order to eliminate this twisting, it is preferable to remove the twist by cutting the wire 12 at the end of winding and then rotating the nozzle 31 together with the chuck 21 in the direction opposite to that during winding. The number of rotations is the same as the number of rotations at the time of winding, and after the twist is eliminated, the next wire drawing process can be started again.

  Thus, in the present invention, since the cutter member 74 is provided around the winding jig 14, the wire 12 can be cut only by rotating the cutter member 74 by the member rotating means 54. Therefore, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 of the present invention does not use a nipper device or a three-axis movement mechanism that is conventionally required to cut the wire 12.

  The cutter member 74 that cuts the wire 12 is a flat plate provided around the winding jig 14, so that the cutter member 74 does not have a large size, and the cutter member 74 is rotated together with the winding jig 14. Therefore, an independent drive mechanism for operating the cutter member 74 is not required. Therefore, the coil manufacturing apparatus 10 according to the present invention is a relatively small device capable of cutting the winding end wire 12b of the coil 17 with a predetermined length.

  Further, the nozzle 31 was rotated in the same direction at a speed faster than the rotation speed of the winding jig 14, and the core 11 held by the chuck 21 was stored in the wire 12 fed from the nozzle 31 and the storage means 52. Since both of the wire rods 12 are wound, the α-winding coil 17 in which the wire rods 12a and 12b at the beginning and end of winding are both outer circumferences can be manufactured. Even if such an α-winding coil 17 is obtained, the wire 12b at the end of winding of the obtained coil 17 can be cut.

  In the above-described embodiment, the case where the α-winding coil 17 is manufactured by rotating the nozzle 31 at a speed faster than the rotation speed of the chuck 21 has been described. The α winding coil 17 in which both the winding start and end wire rods 12a and 12b are outer peripherally is manufactured by rotating the clamping device 53, which is the storage means 52 in the same direction at a higher speed, by the rotating means. good. Even in this case, in the present invention, both ends of the coil 12 can be held, and the wire member 12b at the end of winding of the obtained coil can be immediately cut by the cutter member 74.

  In the above-described embodiment, the nozzle movement mechanism 33 and the storage movement mechanism 54 configured by a combination of the X-axis, Y-axis, and Z-axis direction expansion and contraction actuators have been described. The present invention is not limited to this, and other types may be used as long as the object can be moved in three axial directions.

  In the above-described embodiment, a case where a so-called square line having a square cross section is used is described. However, the wire 12 is not limited to a square line, and the cross section may be a rectangle or a polygon. It may be a so-called round line that forms a circle.

  In the above-described embodiment, the case where the wire 12 is wound around the core 11 provided on the chuck 21 to obtain the α-winding coil 17 has been described. However, the core 11 is not provided and the winding jig 14 is provided. The wire 12 may be wound directly and the coil 17 may be formed around it. In this case, the winding jig 14 is preferably formed with a core around which the wire 12 is wound, instead of the chuck 21 that supports the core 11. The coil obtained by winding the wire 12 around the winding core is a so-called air-core coil composed of only the wire 12 without the core 11.

  Further, in the above-described embodiment, the case where the two bases 16 are provided and five winding jigs 14 are provided in each of the bases 16 is described. However, the number of the bases 16 and the winding jigs 14 is as follows. The present invention is not limited to this, and three or more bases 16 may be provided, and six or more winding jigs 14 may be provided on a single base 16.

  In the above-described embodiment, the case where the winding process and the α-winding coil forming process are performed simultaneously has been described. That is, in the above-described embodiment, the wire 12 drawn by rotating the winding jig 14 is wound around the core 11, and the nozzle 31 is rotated at twice the rotation speed faster than the rotation of the winding jig 14. The α-winding coil 17 was formed by winding the wire 12 fed from the nozzle 31 by rotating in the direction around the core 11. However, the α winding coil forming step may be performed after the winding step.

  That is, the winding jig 14 is rotated and the nozzle 31 is rotated in the same direction at the same rotational speed as that of the winding jig 14 so that the drawn wire 12 is wound around the core 11 first. A winding step for forming the coil is performed. Thereafter, the rotation of the winding jig 14 is stopped and the rotation of the nozzle 31 is continued. The wire 12 fed from the nozzle 31 is wound around the core 11 which has stopped rotating, and the other coil is adjacent to one coil. Then, the α winding coil forming step is performed. Then, at the end of the α-winding coil forming process, the α-winding coil 17 composed of both coils is formed, and thus the α-winding coil forming process may be performed after the winding process. .

  Further, in the above-described embodiment, the case where the storage movement mechanism 54 also serves as a member rotating means has been described. However, when the winding jig 14 is pivotally supported by the base 16 as shown in FIG. In addition, the member rotating means may be provided on the base 16 and provided with a fluid pressure cylinder 81 for projecting and retracting the retracting rod 81a by fluid pressure.

  The fluid pressure cylinder 81 shown in FIG. 16 shows the one in which the retractable rod 81 a is retracted by supplying and discharging compressed air, and the retractable rod 81 a is opposed to the winding jig 14 on the base 16 via the lifting cylinder 82. A case where a plurality of winding jigs 14 are provided is shown. The ascending / descending cylinder 82 has a main body portion 82b attached to the base 16 with its retracting rod 82a facing upward, and a fluid pressure cylinder 81 is attached to the upper end of the retracting rod 82a.

  The lifting / lowering cylinder 82 is configured to lower the fluid pressure cylinder 81 and to stand by at a standby position indicated by a one-dot chain line when the retracting rod 82a is immersed in the main body portion 82b. In the wire rod cutting step in which the coil 17 is formed, the elevating cylinder 82 raises the fluid pressure cylinder 81 by projecting the projecting rod 82a upward, and the cutter member 74 in the clamping cutter 70 is moved up. It is comprised so that it may oppose to the operation part 74d.

  In this state, when the fluid pressure cylinder 81 protrudes the retracting rod 81a, its tip comes into contact with the operation portion 74d, and when further protruding, the operation portion 74d moves against the urging force of the spring 80. The cutter member 74 rotates. Therefore, even in such a member rotating means, the wire rod 12b at the end of winding extending from the core 11 to the nozzle 31 and the wire rod 12 inserted between the cutter blade 74c and one side of the substrate 71 is inserted. It becomes possible to cut.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Coil manufacturing apparatus 12 Wire rod 14 Winding jig | tool 16 Base 31 Nozzle 32 Rotating means 33 Nozzle moving mechanism 53 Clamp apparatus 54 Storage line moving mechanism (member rotating means)
71 Substrate 72 First clamp 73 Second clamp 74 Cutter member 74c Cutter blade 80 Coil spring (biasing means)
81 Fluid pressure cylinder (member rotating means)
81a Intrusion rod

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  1. A nozzle (31) for feeding out the wire (12);
    A winding jig (14) for winding the wire (12) fed from the nozzle (31);
    In a coil manufacturing apparatus comprising: a clamp device (53) that grips an end of the wire rod (12) fed from the nozzle (31);
    A substrate (71) attached to the winding jig (14) such that one main surface faces the periphery of the winding jig (14);
    A first clamping tool (72) for clamping the wire (12) together with one side of the substrate (71);
    A second holding tool (73) for holding the wire (12) together with the other side of the substrate (71);
    A cutter member (74) superposed on the other main surface of the substrate (71) and pivotally supported by the winding jig (14);
    Urging means (80) for urging the cutter member (74) to urge the cutter blade (74c) of the cutter member (74) in a direction away from one side of the substrate (71);
    The nozzle (31) is moved in three axial directions so that the wire (12) extending from the winding jig (14) to the nozzle (31) is sandwiched between one side of the substrate (71) and the first A nozzle moving mechanism (not shown) between the tool (72) and between the cutter blade (74c) spaced from one side of the substrate (71) and one side of the substrate (71) ( 33) and
    The clamp (53) is moved in the three-axis direction so that the wire (12) extending from the winding jig (14) to the clamp (53) is connected to the other side of the substrate (71) and the first side. A storage movement mechanism (54) inserted between the two clamping tools (73),
    A member rotating means configured to be able to cut the wire rod (12) inserted between the cutter blade (74c) and one side of the substrate (71) by rotating the cutter member (74). And a coil manufacturing apparatus.
  2.   The storage movement mechanism (54) also serves as a member rotating means, and the storage movement mechanism (54) causes the clamp device (53) to abut the cutter member (74) and the clamp device (53) abuts. The coil manufacturing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the cutter member (74) is configured to be rotatable.
  3.   A winding jig (14) is pivotally supported on the base (16), and a member rotating means is provided on the base (16), and includes a fluid pressure cylinder (81) for retracting the retracting rod (81a) by fluid pressure. The fluid pressure cylinder (81) is configured such that the retracting rod (81a) is brought into contact with the cutter member (74) and the cutter member (74) in contact with the retracting rod (81a) is rotatable. The coil manufacturing apparatus according to claim 1.
  4. Rotating means (32) for rotating the nozzle (31) or the clamping device (53) around the winding jig (14),
    The rotating means (32) rotates the nozzle (31) or the clamping device (53) in the same direction at a speed faster than the rotating speed of the winding jig (14), and the winding jig (14 ) And the wire rod (12) fed out from the nozzle (31) and the clamp device (53) are configured to take up both the wire rod (12) previously grasped and pulled out from the nozzle (31). Item 4. The coil manufacturing apparatus according to any one of Items 1 to 3.
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