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JP6507765B2
JP6507765B2 JP2015059959A JP2015059959A JP6507765B2 JP 6507765 B2 JP6507765 B2 JP 6507765B2 JP 2015059959 A JP2015059959 A JP 2015059959A JP 2015059959 A JP2015059959 A JP 2015059959A JP 6507765 B2 JP6507765 B2 JP 6507765B2
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  BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a packaging box, and more particularly to a packaging box that can be used both for transporting and displaying goods.

  For example, a packaging box described in Patent Document 1 is known as a packaging box that can be used both for transporting goods and displaying goods. The packaging box described in Patent Document 1 is configured to include an inner box part and an outer box part, and in this packaging box, a predetermined product is stored in the packaging box and then provided at the center of the side surface of the inner box part. It is possible to carry out the transportation operation by bonding the separated part and the part provided at the center of the side surface of the outer box part to each other to fix the two box parts. And in this packaging box, at the time of display, the piece part provided in the outer box part is turned outside in the horizontal direction, the separation part of the inner box part is separated from the other parts, and the fixing of both box parts is released Then, by putting a finger in this open part (hole) and pulling up the outer box upward, the outer box can be removed from the inner box and the goods stored in the inner box can be displayed as it is. .

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  However, in the packaging box described in Patent Document 1, a piece (hole) for releasing the fixing of the outer box and the inner box by the adhesive is formed by cutting or the like at the center of the side of the outer box. The For this reason, if the packaging box in which the product is stored inside is stacked and transported (stored) in multiple tiers, the strength of the side part is weakened by the cut etc., so that part of the packaging box is crushed. There was a risk that it would On the other hand, if the thickness of the cardboard is increased so as not to crush the packaging box, the material cost may be extra.

  The present invention is for solving the problems described above, and provides a packaging box capable of performing transport work (including storage) more reliably in a packaging box capable of combining transport work and display work. The purpose is to

  The present invention relates to a packaging box including, as one aspect thereof, an inner box capable of storing a predetermined commodity and having an upper opening, and an outer box covering the inner box from the upper side. In this packaging box, the inner box has a bottom portion, an inner side portion extending upward from at least two sides of the bottom portion, and an inner fixing portion extending inward from each of the inner side portions. The lid has a lid that faces the bottom and covers the upper side of the inner box, and an outer side that extends downward from at least two sides of the lid through the outside of the inner side. In the lid of the outer box, an outer fixing portion bonded to each of the inner fixing portions is formed by a line including a score line, and the outer fixing portion is separable from other portions along the score line. The outer side of the packaging box can be pulled out so that the adhesion between the inner fixed portion and the outer fixed portion bonded to each other is peeled off or the inner fixed portion is separated from the inner side surface. As a result, the adhesion between the inner box and the outer box is released.

  In this packaging box, since the inner box and the outer box are fixed by bonding the inner fixing part of the inner box and the outer fixing part of the outer box, the predetermined goods are stored in the packing box and then transported. Work can be done. Moreover, in this packaging box, the outer fixing portion is formed not by the side of the outer box which easily affects the strength of the entire box, but by the score line or the like at the lid thereof. For this reason, according to this packaging box, the strength against the load load of the packaging box including the outer box is not reduced by the formation of the cutting line and the like, and the transportation work including storage can be performed more reliably. Further, in this packaging box, although the outer fixing portion is provided on the lid portion, the inner fixing portion and the outer fixing portion adhered to each other are separated from each other by pulling out the outer fixing portion, or By separating the inner fixing portion from the inner side portion, the adhesive fixing between the inner box and the outer box is released. For this reason, according to this packaging box, since both boxes can be easily released from fixation by pulling out to the outside of the outer fixing portion, it is possible to easily display goods. In addition, since it is not necessary to provide the outer fixing portion in the outer side surface portion, it is also possible to increase the degree of freedom, such as the shape and design of the outer side surface portion having a wide surface.

  In the above packaging box, it is preferable that the outer side surface portion is not formed with an opening or a score. In this case, since it is possible to maintain the strength of the outer side surface of the outer box which is likely to affect the strength of the entire packaging box, it is possible to carry out transport operations including storage etc. more reliably. In addition, it is the meaning which does not include the boundary part (bending part) between a side part and other surface parts adjacent to it in an outside side part here, for example, in order to make a sheet which constitutes an outer case easy to bend The perforations provided at these boundaries, the notches provided to facilitate the insertion of the inner box into the outer box, and the like are not included in the opening or the score shown above.

  In the above packaging box, as a first aspect, it is preferable that the width of the inner fixing portion is wider than the width of the outer fixing portion. In this case, the wide inner fixing portion is caught in the pulling up hole defined by the narrow outer fixing portion, thereby peeling the inner fixing portion and the outer fixing portion bonded to each other, and the inner box and Adhesive fixation with the outer case can be easily released. In the above-mentioned case, it is more preferable that the inner fixing portion be formed such that each edge is located on the outer side than the score line defining the outer fixing portion. With such a shape, the inner fixing portion and the outer fixing portion can be more reliably peeled off to release the adhesive fixing between the inner case and the outer case.

  In the packaging box of the first aspect, it is preferable that an auxiliary opening for opening the outer fixing portion is further formed in the lid portion. By providing such an auxiliary opening, it is possible to easily pull out the outer fixing portion.

  In the packaging box of the first aspect, it is preferable that the side on the outer side surface side of the outer fixing portion substantially coincides with the boundary between the lid portion and the outer side surface portion. In the packaging box of the first aspect, the outer fixing portion may be provided anywhere on the lid portion, but the inner fixing portion is adhered to the outer fixing portion by being provided on the outer side surface side. Since it can be formed closer to the inner side surface portion, it is not necessary to provide an extra connection piece or the like between the inner fixing portion and the inner side surface portion, and it becomes possible to reduce the material.

  In the above packaging box, as a second aspect, it is preferable that the width of the inner fixing portion is narrower than the width of the outer fixing portion, and the inner fixing portion can be separated along the score line from the inner side surface portion. In this case, the inner fixing portion bonded to the outer fixing portion moves outward with the pulling out of the outer fixing portion, whereby the inner fixing portion is separated from the inner side portion, and the inner box and the outer portion are separated. Adhesive fixation with the box can be easily released. In the above case, it is more preferable that the outer fixing portion includes an opening start region which is not bonded to the inner fixing portion. By including such an opening start area, the outer fixing portion can be easily pulled out.

  In the packaging box according to the second aspect, the inner fixing portion is connected to the inner side portion through the score line, and the score line of the inner fixing portion extends along the score line of the outer fixing portion. Is preferred. In this case, when the outer fixing portion is separated from the other portion along the score line and pulled out to the outside, the inner fixing portion can be separated from the inner side portion along the score line with a force directed in the same direction. Since the inner fixing portion can be separated more securely, the adhesive fixing between the inner case and the outer case can be more reliably released.

  In any of the above packaging boxes, the inner box has an inner front portion located on the front side and an inner back portion located on the back side, and the inner front portion is a plate that can be separated from other portions The part may be formed and the plate part may be attachable to the inner back part after separation. By adopting such a configuration, during transportation of the product, the plate portion prevents the positional displacement of the product to the front side, etc., and on the other hand, when displaying the product, it is removed to make the product easy to see from the front side. Can. Moreover, the removed plate part can be used for pop etc. for sales promotion of goods.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to carry out the transport operation (including storage) more reliably in the packaging box which can combine the transport operation and the display operation.

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a packaging box according to a first embodiment of the present invention, where (a) shows an outer box and (b) is a perspective view showing an inner box. FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing the packaging box in a state in which the inner box shown in FIG. 1 is housed in the outer box, (a) is a perspective view as viewed from the front side, (b) is the back side It is a perspective view at the time of seeing from. FIG. 3 is a developed view of the outer case shown in FIG. 1 (a). FIG. 4 is a development view of the inner box shown in FIG. 1 (b). FIG. 5 is a partially enlarged plan view showing the relationship between the bonding position and the size of the outer fixing portion of the outer case and the inner fixing portion of the inner case. FIG. 6 is a perspective view showing the opening operation (display operation) after the product is stored in the packaging box according to the first embodiment and sealed, and (a) shows a state used for transportation after packing, etc. (B) is a perspective view which shows the state which pulled out the outer side fixing | fixed part outside. FIG. 7 is a perspective view showing the opening operation (display operation) after the product is stored in the packaging box and sealed, and shows a state in which the outer box is removed from the inner box after FIG. 6 (b) It is a perspective view. FIG. 8 is a development view of an inner box which is a modification of the inner box shown in FIG. FIG. 9 is a perspective view showing a use example of the inner case according to the modification shown in FIG. FIG. 10 is a development view of the outer box of the packaging box according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 11 is a development view of the inner box of the packaging box according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 12 is a partially enlarged plan view showing the relationship between the bonding position and the size of the outer fixing portion of the outer case and the inner fixing portion of the inner case. FIG. 13 is a perspective view showing an opening operation (display operation) after the product is stored in the packaging box according to the second embodiment and sealed.

Hereinafter, the packaging box according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. In the description, the same reference numeral may be used for the same element or an element having the same function, and the overlapping description will be omitted.
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  FIG. 1 is a perspective view of a packaging box according to a first embodiment of the present invention, where (a) shows an outer box and (b) is a perspective view showing an inner box. FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing the packaging box in a state in which the inner box shown in FIG. 1 is housed in the outer box, (a) is a perspective view as viewed from the front side, (b) is the back side It is a perspective view at the time of seeing from. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the packaging box 1 is configured to include an outer case 10 and an inner case 100. The inner box 100 is a bottomed box which can store a predetermined product (not shown), and the upper side is opened. The outer case 10 is a box for covering the inner case 100 having the upper opening opened from the upper side by the lid (the lids 60, 70, 80, 90 are shown before closing in the figure), and the lower side is open There is. The outer box 10 is moved in the direction shown by the arrow in FIG. 1 and fitted into the outer side of the inner box 100, whereby the inner box 100 is inserted into the outer box 10 as shown in FIGS. 2 (a) and 2 (b). Housed in

  The lids 70 and 80 of the outer box 10 are provided with a pair of outer fixing portions 71 and 81 on the outer side surface portions 30 and 40 side, which will be described in detail later. A pair of inner fixing portions 190 and 195 are provided in a connected manner from the inner side surface portions 120 and 130 of the inner box 100 so as to correspond to 81. The pair of inner fixing portions 190 and 195 are bent so as to extend inward from the inner side surface portions 120 and 130 when the lids 70 and 80 of the outer case 10 are closed. Further, when the inner box 100 is stored in the outer box 10, the outer side surface portions 30, 40 are positioned on the outer surfaces of the inner side surface portions 120, 130, respectively, and the outer fixing portion 71 and the inner fixing portion correspond to each other. The outer case 10 and the inner case 100 are fixed by adhesively fixing between the outer fixing portion 81 and the inner fixing portion 195 with an adhesive or the like. By such fixing, the packaging box 1 is provided for transportation.

  Next, the configuration of the outer case 10 and the inner case 100 constituting such a packaging case 1 will be described in more detail with reference to FIGS. 3 and 4 in addition to FIGS. 1 and 2. In addition, FIG. 3 is a developed view of an outer case, and FIG. 4 is a developed view of an inner case.

  The outer case 10 is configured to include an outer front surface portion 20, outer side surface portions 30, 40, an outer rear surface portion 50, and lid portions 60, 70, 80, 90 constituting a lid, as shown in FIG. Thus, it is composed of a sheet-like blank (for example, cardboard or cardboard). The outer front surface portion 20, the outer side surface portions 30, 40 and the outer rear surface portion 50 each have a substantially rectangular shape as shown in FIG. 3, and perforations 11 to 14 are formed between them. By forming such perforations 11 to 14, when the outer box 10 made of a sheet-like blank is formed into a box, it is possible to appropriately bend each side. In addition, the glue margin part 59 is provided in the outer back surface part 50, and arrange | positions and glues the inner surface of this glue margin part 59 to the outer surface side of the end (the illustration left end) of the non-connected part side of the outer side surface part 40. Thus, a box as shown in FIG. 1 (a) is formed.

  Further, a cutout 15 is formed between the outer front surface portion 20 and the outer side surface portion 30, and a cutout 16 is formed between the outer front surface portion 20 and the outer side surface portion 40. By providing the cutouts 15 and the notches 16 as described above, a relief when the inner box 100 is stored inside the outer box 10 is secured, and the storage operation of the inner box 100 in the outer box 10 Can be done easily. Note that the widths of the outer front surface portion 20, the outer side surface portions 30, 40, and the outer back surface portion 50 that constitute the outer case 10 are the inner side of the inner case 100 described later so that the inner case 100 can be inserted smoothly into the outer case 10. It is formed to be slightly larger than the width of the front surface portion 110, the inner side surface portions 120 and 130, and the inner back surface portion 140.

  The lids 60, 70, 80, 90 constituting the lid of the outer case 10 have a substantially rectangular shape, and the lid 60 is connected from the upper end of the outer front surface 20, and the lid 70 is the outer side surface 30 The cover 80 is connected from the upper end of the outer side surface 40, and the cover 90 is connected from the upper end of the outer back surface 50. The lids 60, 70, 80, 90 are formed by first folding the short lids 60, 90 inward, and then folding the long lids 70, 80 inwardly to tape them etc. Thus, a lid is formed on the upper side (see FIG. 6A). When the outer case 10 is formed in such a lid, the outer front surface 20, the outer side surfaces 30, 40 and the outer rear surface 50 are formed to extend downward from each side of the lid It will be.

  Further, as described above, the outer case 10 is provided with the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 having a fixing function with the inner case 100, and the outer fixing portion 71 is on the side of the outer side surface portion 30 of the lid 70. The outer fixing portion 81 is formed at the edge, and is formed at the edge on the outer side surface 40 side of the lid 80. The outer fixing portion 71 has its outer edge defined by a side 71a on the side of the outer side surface portion 30, a pair of perforations 71b and 71c extending in the vertical direction, and a cutting line 71d extending in the horizontal direction. It has a rectangular shape. In the lid 70, an auxiliary opening 72 is formed on the side opposite to the outer side surface 30 of the cutting line 71d. The auxiliary opening 72 is used to form an opening that can be pushed inward in advance to allow the finger to be inserted when the outer fixing portion 71 is pulled out, and the user can easily pull out the outer fixing portion 71. It is a part to do. The auxiliary opening 72 has an outer edge defined by a pair of score lines 72 b and 72 c extending in the vertical direction and a side 72 d extending in the horizontal direction, and has a rectangular shape smaller than the outer fixing portion 71. . In the auxiliary opening 72, an alignment mark 72f is formed.

  The outer fixing portion 81 has a shape that is line-symmetrical to the outer fixing portion 71 with reference to a line extending in the vertical direction in FIG. 3. Specifically, the outer fixing portion 81 has a side on the outer side surface portion 40 side. The outer edge is defined by 81a, a pair of perforations 81b and 81c extending in the vertical direction, and a cut line 81d extending in the horizontal direction, and has a rectangular shape. In addition, an auxiliary opening 82 is formed in the lid 80 on the opposite side of the outer side surface 40 of the cutting line 81 d. The auxiliary opening 82 is for forming an opening which can be pushed inward in advance to allow the finger to be inserted when the outer fixing portion 81 is pulled out, and the user can easily pull out the outer fixing portion 81. It is a part to do. The auxiliary opening 82 has an outer edge defined by a pair of score lines 82b and 82c extending in the vertical direction and a side 82d extending in the horizontal direction, and has a rectangular shape smaller than the outer fixing portion 81. . In the auxiliary opening 82, an alignment mark 82f is formed.

  The inner box 100 is configured to include an inner front surface portion 110, inner side surface portions 120 and 130, an inner rear surface portion 140, and bottom plate portions 150, 160, 170, and 180 that constitute a bottom surface portion, as shown in FIG. Thus, it is composed of a sheet-like blank (for example, cardboard or cardboard). When the outer case 10 is made of cardboard, the inner case 100 may be made of cardboard or the like. The inner front surface portion 110 has a substantially rectangular shape having a notch 111 in part. The inner side surface portion 120 is configured to include a rectangular shaped portion 122 and a trapezoidal shaped inclined portion 123. The inner side surface portion 130 has a shape that is line-symmetrical to the inner side surface portion 120 with reference to a line extending in the vertical direction in FIG. 4. Specifically, a rectangular shaped portion 132 and a trapezoidal shaped inclined portion 133 Is composed including. The inner back surface portion 140 has a rectangular shape. The narrow portions of the inclined portions 123 and 133 of the inner side surface portions 120 and 130 are connected to the inner front surface portion 110, and the rectangular shaped portions 122 of the inner side surface portion 120 are connected to the inner back surface portion 140. The heights of the rectangular shaped portions 122 and 132 of the inner back surface portion 140 and the inner side surface portions 120 and 130 are substantially the same as the heights of the outer front surface portion 20, the outer side surface portions 30 and 40 and the outer back surface portion 50 of the outer box 10 As shown in FIG. 2, the upper and lower ends of each are in agreement. In addition, a glue margin part 139 is provided at one end (left end in the figure) of the inner side face part 130, and the outer surface of the glue margin part 139 is an inner surface of the end (right end in figure) of the non-connected part side of the inner back part 140. By placing and pasting on the side, a box as shown in FIG. 1 (b) is formed.

  Bottom plates 150, 160, 170, 180 constituting the bottom of inner box 100 each have a substantially rectangular shape with a portion cut away, bottom plate 150 is connected from the lower end of inner front portion 110, and the bottom plate The portion 160 is connected from the lower end of the inner side surface portion 120, the bottom plate portion 170 is connected from the lower end of the inner side surface portion 130, and the bottom plate portion 180 is connected from the lower end of the inner back surface portion 140. The bottom plate portion 160 has a bottom plate main portion 161 and a glue margin portion 162, and the bottom plate portion 170 has a bottom plate main portion 171 and a glue margin portion 172. The wide portion 161a and the narrow portion 161b of the bottom plate main portion 161 of the bottom plate 160, and the wide portion 171a and the narrow portion 171b of the bottom plate main portion 171 of the bottom plate 170 The two are combined so as to be positioned respectively on the inner surface of the notch, and between the inner surface of the glue margin portion 162 of the bottom plate portion 160 and the outer surface of the bottom plate portion 180 and the inner surface and bottom plate portion of the glue margin portion 172 of the bottom plate portion 170 Fix between 150 and the outer surface with adhesive or the like. Thus, the bottom of the inner box 100 is formed.

  Further, as described above, the inner case 100 is provided with the inner fixing portions 190 and 195 having a fixing function with the outer case 10. The inner fixing portion 190 is connected to the inner side surface portion 120 (inclined portion 123) via a connecting portion 121 which is formed on the inclined side of the inclined portion 123 of the inner side surface portion 120 in a continuous manner. The connection portion 121 has an outer edge by an upper side 121a extending in the horizontal direction at the same position as the upper end of the inner side surface portion 120, side sides 121b and 121c extending downward from both ends of the upper side 121a, and perforations 121d extending along inclined sides. It is defined. The inner fixing portion 190 connected to the connecting portion 121 via the side 121a has its outer edge defined by an upper side 190a, side sides 190b and 190c extending downward from both ends of the upper side 190a, and a common side 121a, It has a rectangular shape. In the connection portion 121, the outer box 10 and the inner box 100 are fixed by an adhesive, and thereafter, a part of the inner side surface portion 120 is configured until the two boxes are removed from each other. It is separated along the perforation 121 d from the sloped portion of the inner side surface portion 120.

  The inner fixing portion 195 has a shape that is line-symmetrical to the inner fixing portion 190 with reference to a line extending in the vertical direction in FIG. 4. Specifically, the inner fixing portion 195 has an inclination of the inner side surface portion 130 It is connected to the inner side surface part 130 (inclined part 133) via the connection part 131 formed on the inclined side of the part 133 so as to be connected. The connection portion 131 has an outer edge by an upper side 131a extending in the horizontal direction at the same position as the upper end of the inner side surface portion 130, side sides 131b and 131c extending downward from both ends of the upper side 131a, and perforations 131d extending along inclined sides. It is defined. The inner fixing portion 195 connected to the connecting portion 131 via the side 131a has its outer edge defined by an upper side 195a, side sides 195b and 195c extending downward from both ends of the upper side 195a, and a common side 121a, It has a rectangular shape. In the connection portion 131, the outer case 10 and the inner case 100 are fixed by an adhesive, and thereafter, a part of the inner side surface portion 130 is configured until the two cases are removed from each other. , And from the inclined portion of the inner side surface portion 130 along the perforation 131d.

  In addition, alignment slits 190d and 195d are formed at the outer end portions of the inner fixing portions 190 and 195, and when bonding with the outer fixing portions 71 and 81, they correspond to the alignment marks 72f and 82f, respectively. Alignment is carried out to perform bonding and the like.

  Here, the positional relationship and size relationship when the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 and the inner fixing portions 190 and 195 are bonded will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 5 is a partially enlarged plan view showing the relationship between the bonding position and the size of the outer fixing portion of the outer case and the inner fixing portion of the inner case. In the following, the case where the outer fixing portion 71 and the inner fixing portion 190 are bonded will be described as an example, but the outer fixing portion 81 and the inner fixing portion 195 having a shape symmetrical with both the fixing portions 71 and 190 are described. The same applies to the case of bonding

  As shown in FIG. 5, the width in the lateral direction (horizontal direction) of the inner fixing portion 190 is wider than the width in the lateral direction of the outer fixing portion 71, and the sides 190 a to define the outer edge of the inner fixing portion 190 It is formed to have a predetermined width and to be located outside from the score lines 71 b to 71 c which define the outer fixing portion 71. When the inner fixing portion 190 located inside the box is thus formed wider or larger than the shape of the outer fixing portion 71, when the outer fixing portion 71 is separated from the other portions and pulled out to the outside, The edge of the inner fixing portion 190 is caught in the hole formed by the outer fixing portion 71, and the outer fixing portion 71 and the inner fixing portion 190 bonded to each other are peeled off. In addition, between the outer side fixed part 81 and the inner side fixed part 195 is peeled similarly. And adhesion fixation of outer box 10 and inner box 100 is canceled by these exfoliation.

  Next, the case where the transport operation and display operation of goods are performed using the packaging box 1 having the above configuration will be described with reference to FIG. 2, FIG. 6 and FIG. As shown in FIG. 2, after the inner box 100 is inserted into the inside of the outer box 10 (or before the insertion), the fixing portions 71, 190 and the fixing portions 81, 195 are fixed with an adhesive and Items are stored in the inner box 100. Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 6A, the lids 60 and 90 of the outer box 10 are bent inward and the lids 70 and 80 are bent inward, and a tape T is attached between the lids 70 and 80. At this time, the tape T does not cover the area where the outer fixing parts 71 and 81 and the auxiliary openings 72 and 82 are formed. Further, the outer fixing portions 71, 81, etc. are formed substantially in the center in the lateral direction, and are not positioned above the lid portions 60, 90 when the lid portions are folded. Then, in this state, the transport operation etc. of the goods are performed. At the time of transport work, these packaging boxes 1 are stacked in consideration of transport efficiency and the like.

  After that, when the goods are carried into the sales place etc., the stack is released, and as shown in FIG. 6 (b), the auxiliary openings 72, 82 are pushed inward and formed by pushing the auxiliary openings 72, 82. A finger is put into the hole, and the outer fixing parts 71 and 81 are drawn out of the box around the sides 71a and 81a. By this pulling out, the inner fixing portions 190 and 195 which are formed larger than the outer edges of the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 are hooked on the edge of the hole formed by the outer fixing portions 71 and 81, whereby the outer fixing portions 71 are formed. The adhesive fixing between the inner fixing portion 190 and the inner fixing portion 190 and the adhesive fixing between the outer fixing portion 81 and the inner fixing portion 195 are peeled off. By the above, fixing between outer case 10 and inner case 100 is released. Thereafter, as shown in FIG. 7, a finger is put into the hole formed by pulling the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 outward, the outer box 10 is pulled upward, and the outer box 10 is removed from the inner box 100. Then, the commodity (not shown in FIG. 7) stored in the removed inner box 100 is displayed while being stored in the inner box 100. At this time, the inner fixing portions 190 and 195 are separated along with the connecting portions 121 and 131 along the score lines 121 d and 131 d.

  As described above, according to the packaging box 1 according to the present embodiment, the inner side fixing portions 190 and 195 of the inner case 100 and the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 of the outer case 10 are bonded to each other. Since the box 10 is fixed, the transport operation can be performed after the predetermined goods are stored in the packaging box 1. In addition, in the packaging box 1, the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 are formed not only on the side of the outer box 10 which easily affects the strength of the entire box but also on the lids 70 and 80 by score lines or the like. For this reason, according to this packaging box 1, the strength of the packaging box including the outer box 10 against the load load is not reduced by the formation of the cutting line and the like, so that the transport operation including storage etc. can be performed more reliably. it can. Further, in the packaging box 1, although the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 are provided on the lids 70 and 80, the inner fixing portions 190 and 195 are adhered to each other by pulling out the outer fixing portions 71 and 81. The adhesion fixation between the inner box 100 and the outer box 10 is released because the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 are separated from each other. For this reason, according to this packaging box 1, since both boxes can be easily released from fixation by pulling out to the outside of the outer fixing portions 71, 81, it is possible to easily display goods. In addition, since it is not necessary to provide an outer side fixing | fixed part in the outer side surface parts 30 and 40, it also becomes possible to improve the freedom degree of the shape of the outer side surface parts 30 and 40 which generally have a wide surface .

  In addition, in the packaging box 1 which concerns on this embodiment, as above-mentioned, the opening part or the score line is not formed in the outer side surface parts 30 and 40. As shown in FIG. For this reason, since the strength of the outer side surface of the outer box which easily affects the strength of the entire packaging box can be maintained, the transportation operation including storage can be performed more reliably. In addition, it is the meaning which does not include the boundary part (folded part) 11-14 between a side surface part and the other surface part adjacent to it in the outer side surface parts 30 and 40 here, for example, the sheet which comprises the outer case 10 Perforations provided at these boundaries to facilitate bending of the body, notches provided to facilitate insertion of the inner box into the outer box, etc. are not included in the openings or score lines shown above. It is the purpose.

  Further, in the packaging box 1 according to the present embodiment, the width of the inner fixing portions 190, 195 is wider than the width of the outer fixing portions 71, 81. For this reason, the wide inner fixing portions 190, 195 are hooked on the pulling holes defined by the narrow outer fixing portions 71, 81, whereby the inner fixing portions 190, 195 and the outer fixing portions are adhered to each other. 71 and 81 can be peeled off to easily release the adhesive fixation between the inner box 100 and the outer box 10.

  Moreover, in the packaging box 1 which concerns on this embodiment, the auxiliary | assistant opening parts 72 and 82 for opening the outer side fixing | fixed part 71 and 81 are further formed in the cover parts 70 and 80. As shown in FIG. By providing such an auxiliary opening, it is possible to easily pull out the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 to the outside.

  Further, in the packaging box 1 according to the present embodiment, the sides 71 a and 81 a on the outer side surface 30 and 40 side of the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 are boundaries between the lids 70 and 80 and the outer side surfaces 30 and 40. It almost agrees with the line. Thus, the inner fixing portions 190 and 195 bonded to the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 are provided on the inner side surface portions 120 by providing the outer fixing portions 71 and 81 so as to be located on the outer side surface portions 30 and 40 side. Since it can be formed closer to 130, it is not necessary (or smaller) to provide an extra connection piece or the like between the inner fixing portions 190, 195 and the inner side portions 120, 130, and the overall material can be reduced. Is possible.

In addition, the modification of 1st Embodiment is demonstrated here with reference to FIG.8 and FIG.9. For example, in the above embodiment, the front portion 110 of the inner box 100 is shaped to be lower in height than the other portions, but for example, as shown in FIG. The portion 113 may be provided continuously from the portion 112. In addition, a notch 114 may be provided below the plate portion. And, at the time of display, it is generally preferable that the height of the front part 110 is low. For example, by providing the plate part 113 on the front part 110a, goods etc. stored in the inner box 100a are transported It is possible to suppress shifting and shifting inward. When the plate portion 113 is formed so as to be cut away from the other portion (the base portion 112) of the front surface portion 110a, it can be separated at the time of display. Further, for this separated plate portion 113, for example, as shown in FIG. 9, the notch 114 is fitted to the notch 141, 142 provided on the back surface portion 140a of the inner box 100 to promote sales of the product. It is also possible to use as pop and the like.
Second Embodiment

  Next, a packaging box according to a second embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. FIG. 10 is a development view of the outer box of the packaging box according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 11 is a development view of the inner box of the packaging box according to the second embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 12 is a partially enlarged plan view showing the relationship between the bonding position and the size of the outer fixing portion of the outer case and the inner fixing portion of the inner case. In the packaging box 1b according to the second embodiment, the shapes of the inner fixing portion and the outer fixing portion are different from those of the first embodiment, and therefore, the differences will be mainly described.

  Similar to the first embodiment, the outer case 10b according to the second embodiment includes the outer front surface portion 20, the outer side surface portions 30, 40 and the outer rear surface portion 50, and the lids 60, 70, 80, And 90 are configured. In such an outer case 10b, outer fixing portions 271, 281 having a fixing function with the inner case 100b are provided on the lids 70, 80, and the outer fixing portion 271 is an outer side surface of the lid 70. The outer fixing portion 281 is formed at the edge on the 30 side, and is formed at the edge on the outer side surface 40 side of the lid 80.

  The outer fixing portion 271 has a rectangular outer edge defined by a notch 271a on the outer side surface portion 30 side, a pair of perforations 271b and 271c extending in the vertical direction, and a side 271d extending in the horizontal direction. It has a shape. Further, the outer fixed portion 271 is provided with a drawing start region 271 f having a three-stroke shape defined by a folding line 271 e. The start area 271 f is an area which is not bonded to the inner fixing portion 290, and is a portion which is first pulled up when the outer fixing portion 271 is pulled out to facilitate the user to pull out the outer fixing portion 271. . In the outer fixing portion 271, alignment marks 72f are formed as in the first embodiment.

  The outer fixing portion 281 has a shape that is line-symmetrical to the outer fixing portion 271 with respect to a line extending in the vertical direction in FIG. 10, and more specifically, the outer fixing portion 281 is notched on the outer side surface portion 40 side. The outer edge is defined by a pair of perforations 281 b and 281 c extending in the vertical direction and a side 281 d extending in the horizontal direction, and has a rectangular shape. In addition, the outer fixed portion 281 is provided with a drawing start region 281f of a three-stroke shape defined by a folding line 281e. The start area 281 f is an area that is not bonded to the inner fixing portion 295, and is a portion that is first pulled up when the outer fixing portion 281 is pulled out to facilitate the user to pull out the outer fixing portion 281. . In the outer fixing portion 281, an alignment mark 82f is formed as in the first embodiment.

  Further, the inner case 100b according to the second embodiment includes the inner front surface portion 110a, the inner side surface portions 120 and 130, the inner rear surface portion 140a, and the bottom plate portion constituting the bottom surface portion, as in the first embodiment or the variation thereof. 150, 160, 170, and 180 are comprised. Such an inner case 100b is provided with inner fixing portions 290 and 295 which have a function of fixing the outer case 10b. The inner fixing portion 290 is formed on the left side of the rectangular shaped portion 122 of the inner side portion 120 so as to be connected via a zipper wire 290 e. Further, the inner fixing portion 295 is formed on the right side of the rectangular shaped portion 132 of the inner side surface portion 130 so as to be connected via a zipper wire 295 e.

  The inner fixing portion 290 according to the second embodiment includes an upper side 290a, side sides 290b and 290c extending downward from both ends of the upper side 290a, a side 290d extending further downward from the side 290c, and a zipper wire 290e. It is defined. The part shown by the side 290c forms a protrusion, and the inner fixing part 290 has a rectangular shape in which a part is cut out as a whole. By providing this notched portion, a region not bonded to the outer fixing portion 271 is formed. The inner fixing portion 290 is separable along the zipper wire 290 e, and the zipper wire 290 e extends along the notch 271 a of the outer fixing portion 271.

  The inner fixing portion 295 according to the second embodiment has a shape that is line-symmetrical to the inner fixing portion 290 on the basis of a line extending in the vertical direction in FIG. The outer edge is defined by the upper side 295a, the side sides 295b and 295c extending downward from both ends of the upper side 295a, the side 295d further extending downward from the side side 295c, and the zipper wire 295e. The portion indicated by the side 295 c forms a protrusion, and the inner fixing portion 295 has a rectangular shape in which a portion is cut out as a whole. By providing this notched portion, a region not adhered to the outer fixing portion 281 is formed. The inner fixing portion 295 is separable along the zipper wire 295 e, and the zipper wire 295 e extends along the notch 281 a of the outer fixing portion 281.

As in the first embodiment, alignment slits 290f and 295f are formed at the outer end portions of the inner fixing portions 290 and 295, and when bonding with the outer fixing portions 271 and 281, positions are obtained. Alignment is performed to correspond to the alignment marks 72f and 82f, respectively, and adhesion or the like is performed.

  Here, the positional relationship and size relationship when the outer fixing portions 271 and 281 and the inner fixing portions 290 and 295 are bonded will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 12 is a partially enlarged plan view showing the relationship between the bonding position and the size of the outer fixing portion of the outer case and the inner fixing portion of the inner case. In the following, the case of bonding the outer fixing portion 271 and the inner fixing portion 290 will be described as an example, but the outer fixing portion 281 and the inner fixing portion 295 having a shape symmetrical with both the fixing portions 271 and 290 are described. The same applies to the case of bonding

  As shown in FIG. 12, the width in the lateral direction (horizontal direction) of the inner fixed portion 290 is smaller than the width in the lateral direction of the outer fixed portion 271, and sides 290 a to define the outer edge of the inner fixed portion 290. It is formed so as to have a predetermined width and be positioned inward from the score lines 271b and 271c and the side 271d which define the outer fixing portion 271. When the inner fixing portion 290 located inside the box is formed narrower or smaller than the shape of the outer fixing portion 271 as described above, the outer fixing portion 271 is separated from the other parts and pulled out to the outside. The inner fixing portions 290 bonded to the outer fixing portions 271 are also pulled out together. At this time, the inner fixing portion 290 is separated from the inner side portion 120 along the zipper wire 290 e of the inner fixing portion 290. The outer fixing portion 281 and the inner fixing portion 295 are also pulled out similarly, and the inner fixing portion 295 is separated from the inner side surface portion 130 along the zipper wire 295 e. Then, the separation between the outer case 10b and the inner case 100b is released by the separation.

  Here, with reference to FIG. 13, the case where the transport operation and display operation of goods are performed using the packaging box 1b provided with the above structure is demonstrated. As shown in FIGS. 13A and 13B, after the inner box 100b is inserted into the inside of the outer box 10b (or before the insertion), the space between the fixing portions 271 and 290 and the fixing portions 281 and 295 is While fixing with an adhesive, a predetermined product is stored in the inner box 100b. Thereafter, the lids 60 and 90 of the outer case 10b are bent inward and the lids 70 and 80 are bent inward, and a tape T is attached between the lids 70 and 80. Then, in this state, the transport operation etc. of the goods are performed. At the time of transport work, these packaging boxes 1 are stacked in consideration of transport efficiency and the like.

  After that, when the goods are carried to the sales place etc., the stack is released, and as shown in FIG. 13 (c), the outer fixing portion 271 is pulled outward from the unbonded start area 271f, and FIG. 13 (d) Pull up completely as shown in (e). At this time, the inner fixing portion 290 adhering to the outer fixing portion 271 is also pulled up together with it and is separated from the inner side surface portion 120. Similarly, the inner fixing portion 295 adhered to the outer fixing portion 281 is also pulled up together with it and is separated from the inner side surface portion 130. By the above, fixing between outer case 10b and inner case 100b is released. Thereafter, a finger is put into the hole formed by pulling the outer fixing portions 271 and 281 outward, and the outer box 10b is pulled upward, and as shown in FIG. 13 (f), the outer box 10b is removed from the inner box 100b. Remove. Then, the commodity (not shown in FIG. 13) stored in the removed inner box 100b is displayed while being stored in the inner box 100b.

  Thus, according to the packaging box 1b according to the present embodiment, the inner fixing portions 290, 295 of the inner box 100b and the outer fixing portions 271, 281 of the outer box 10b are bonded as in the first embodiment. As a result, since the inner box 100b and the outer box 10b are fixed, it is possible to carry out the transport operation after storing the predetermined goods in the packaging box 1b. In addition, in the packaging box 1b, the outer fixing portions 271 and 281 are formed on the lids 70 and 80 not by the side surface of the outer box 10b that easily affects the strength of the entire box, but by the score lines or the like. For this reason, according to this packaging box 1b, the strength against the load load of the packaging box including the outer box 10b is not reduced by the formation of a cutting line or the like, so that the transport operation including storage etc. can be performed more reliably. it can.

  In addition, although the outer fixing portions 271 and 281 are provided on the lids 70 and 80 in the packaging box 1b, the inner fixing portions 290 and 295 become the inner side surface portions 120 by pulling the outer fixing portions 271 and 281 to the outside. , And 130, the adhesive fixing between the inner box 100b and the outer box 10b can be released. For this reason, according to this packaging box 1b, since both boxes can be easily released from fixation by pulling out to the outside of the outer fixing portions 271, 281, it is possible to easily display goods. In addition, since it is not necessary to provide an outer side fixing | fixed part in the outer side surface parts 130 and 140, it also becomes possible to raise the freedom degree of the shape of the outer side surface parts 130 and 140 which have a large surface normally .

  Further, according to the packaging box 1b according to the present embodiment, the inner fixing portions 290, 295 are connected to the inner side portions 120, 130 via the zipper wires 290e, 295e, and the zippers of the inner fixing portions 290, 295 The lines 290 e, 295 e extend along the score lines 271 a, 281 a of the outer fixed portions 271, 281. Therefore, when the outer fixing portions 271 and 281 are separated from the other parts along the score line 271a and 281a and pulled out to the outside, the inner fixing portions 290 and 295 can be moved in the same direction toward the inner side surface portion 120. , 130 can be separated along the zipper wires 290 e, 295 e, and the inner fixing portions 290, 295 can be separated more securely, so that the adhesive fixation between the inner box 100 b and the outer box 10 b can be more reliably released. It can be done.

  As mentioned above, although the packaging box which concerns on this embodiment has been demonstrated, the packaging box which concerns on this invention is not limited to the said embodiment, A various deformation | transformation is applicable. For example, in the above embodiment, although the box having a rectangular shape in the box has been described as an example, the packaging box according to the present invention is not limited to the rectangular shape, and the shape in the box is not limited to other shapes. It may be square or circular.

  1, 1b: packaging box, 10, 10b: outer box, 20: outer front surface portion, 30, 40: outer side surface portion, 50: outer rear surface portion, 60, 70, 80, 90: lid portion, 71, 81, 271 , 281: outer fixing portion, 100, 100a, 100b, inner box, 110, inner front portion, 120, 130, inner side portion, 123, 133, inclined portion, 140, inner rear portion, 150, 160, 170, 180 ... bottom plate portion, 190, 195, 290, 295 ... inner fixed portion.

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  1. What is claimed is: 1. A packaging box comprising an inner box capable of storing a predetermined product and having an upper opening and an outer box covering the inner box from the upper side,
    The inner case has a bottom portion, an inner side portion extending upward from at least two sides of the bottom portion, and an inner fixing portion extending inward from each of the inner side portions.
    The outer case has a cover facing the bottom and covering the upper side of the inner case, and an outer side face extending downward from at least two sides of the cover through the outside of the inner side face. And
    In the lid portion of the outer case, an outer fixing portion bonded to each of the inner fixing portions is formed by a line including a score line,
    The outer fixing portion is separable from the other portion along the score line and can be pulled out toward the outside of the packaging box, and the inner fixing portion and the glue portions adhered to each other by the drawer. A packaging box in which adhesion between the inner box and the outer box is released by peeling off the adhesion with the outer fixing portion or by separating the inner fixing portion from the inner side surface portion.
  2.   The packaging box according to claim 1, wherein the outer side surface portion is not formed with an opening or a score line.
  3. The packaging box according to claim 1 or 2, wherein a width in the horizontal direction of the inner fixing portion is wider than a width in the horizontal direction of the outer fixing portion.
  4.   The packaging box according to claim 3, wherein the inner fixing portion is formed such that each edge is located outside the score line that defines the outer fixing portion.
  5.   The packaging box according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein an auxiliary opening for opening the outer fixing portion is further formed in the lid portion.
  6.   The packaging box according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the side on the outer side surface side of the outer fixing portion substantially coincides with a boundary between the lid portion and the outer side surface portion.
  7. The width of the inner fixing portion in the horizontal direction is narrower than the width of the outer fixing portion in the horizontal direction , and the inner fixing portion can be separated along the score line from the inner side surface portion. Packaging box.
  8.   The packaging box according to claim 7, wherein the outer fixing portion includes an opening start area which is not bonded to the inner fixing portion.
  9. The inner fixing portion is connected to the inner side portion through the score line,
    The packaging box according to claim 7 or 8, wherein the score line of the inner fixing portion extends along the score line of the outer fixing portion.
  10.   The inner box has an inner front portion located on the front side and an inner back portion located on the back side, and the inner front portion is formed with a plate portion which can be separated from other portions. The packaging box according to any one of claims 1 to 9, wherein the plate is attachable to the inner back surface after separation.
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