JPH06296800A - Iron - Google Patents

Iron

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JPH06296800A
JPH06296800A JP10881393A JP10881393A JPH06296800A JP H06296800 A JPH06296800 A JP H06296800A JP 10881393 A JP10881393 A JP 10881393A JP 10881393 A JP10881393 A JP 10881393A JP H06296800 A JPH06296800 A JP H06296800A
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iron
seam allowance
heating surface
iron body
cloth
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Yuji Hasumi
Tadashi Inarida
Yasukuni Sakuma
保邦 佐久間
征 稲荷田
雄治 蓮見
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Juki Corp
Sanyo Shokai:Kk
ジューキ株式会社
株式会社三陽商会
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PURPOSE:To properly and easily iron a margin part even when it is curved regardless of the thickness of cloth in an iron for turning the margin parts of a plurality of sewed cloth pieces to the cloth surfaces. CONSTITUTION:The iron is provided with an iron body 3 having a flat heating face 3d; and a pair of contact plates A opposed to the heating face 3d of the iron body 3 with a prescribed clearance, rotatably supported in parallel to the heating face 3d, set on the iron body 3 through an elastic member B to reduce the clearance part by pressurization, and having opposed end parts having protruding curved forms, respectively.

Description

Detailed Description of the Invention

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The iron according to the present invention relates to an iron for folding back a seam allowance of a plurality of sewn cloths so as to overlap with the cloth, and more specifically, to the iron thickness of the cloth to be ironed. The present invention relates to an iron that enables proper and easy ironing even when the seam allowance is curved.

[0002]

2. Description of the Related Art In the ironing work after the sewing process, an ironing for folding back the seam allowance, that is, a so-called split ironing work is often performed. For example, when sewing the central part (back part) of outerwear such as a coat or the sewing part of a skirt, as shown in FIG. 6A, a plurality of cloths W1 and W2 (four in the drawing) are used. , W3, W4, the seam S is formed while leaving the seam allowance portion C.

After the sewing, these fabrics are spread as shown in FIG. 2B, and the raised seam allowance portion C is ironed (split iron), as shown in FIG. Then, the seam margin C is folded back so as to overlap with the cloth. By the way, this split iron
When an ordinary iron having a flat bottom surface is used, the pressure and heating by the iron are concentrated on the seam allowance portion C which is higher by the fabric thickness, and the facing surface (front surface) of the seam allowance portion C.
There is a disadvantage that a step appears, a so-called "atari" occurs, or a facing surface (surface) of the seam allowance portion C becomes glossy, so-called shiny, and the quality of the sewn product is significantly deteriorated.

FIG. 7 is an exploded perspective view showing a conventional iron for split ironing a seam allowance. In the figure, 3 is an iron body having a flat bottom surface (heating surface) 3d. 1 is a guide plate, and 2 is a mounting plate,
Each of them is made of a material having a high thermal conductivity and is fixed to the heating surface 3d of the iron body 3. As shown in the drawing, the guide plate 1 is composed of a pair of left and right plate bodies facing each other with a predetermined gap W, and has a step portion 1a of 2 to 3 mm formed by cutting on the upper surfaces of the facing edge portions. The width of the stepped portion 1a is formed by the seam allowance portion C to be folded back.
It is wider than the width (see FIG. 6C).

Further, the mounting plate 2 has a through hole 2a through which steam ejected from the heating surface 3d of the iron body 3 passes.
And is formed to have the same shape as the heating surface 3d of the iron body 3 as shown in the figure. And the mounting plate 2
The guide plate 1 and the guide plate 1 are each provided with a screw hole 5, and are fixed to the heating surface 3d of the iron body 3 by the screw 4.

[0006] The iron having the above-mentioned structure is used for the guide plate
As shown in the cross-sectional view of FIG. 8, the mounting plate 2 can form a space between the heating surface 3d of the iron body 3 and the step 1a to insert the seam allowance C. Then, ironing is performed so that the seam allowance portion C passes through the void portion, so that the cloth W surface is the lower surface of the guide plate 1 and the seam allowance portion C surface is the lower surface of the mounting plate 2 and is ironed (heated, heated, or heated). It is possible to fold the seam allowance portion C back onto the cloth ground without causing attrition and shininess. Further, in order to iron the curved seam allowance portion C, an iron in which the stepped portion 1a of the guide plate 1 is curved according to the curve of the seam allowance portion is also proposed as shown in FIGS. 9 (a) and 9 (b). ing.

[0007]

However, the above-mentioned conventional iron has the following problems. The conventional iron shown in FIG. 7 has a disadvantage that the seam allowance cannot be properly ironed unless the thickness of the step 1a formed on the guide plate 1 and the thickness of the cloth W are the same. That is, when the cloth thickness (seam margin portion) is thicker than the thickness of the step portion 1a of the guide plate 1, the seam margin portion C cannot be inserted between the guide plate 1 and the mounting plate 2. Ironing becomes impossible.

Further, as shown in FIG. 6 (b), when ironing a sewn product made of four cloths, it is possible to properly iron a seam allowance made of two cloths of cloths W1 and W2. However, in the seam allowance part composed of four fabrics in which the fabrics W3 and W4 are further polymerized, the iron is caught on the seam allowance part, ironing cannot be performed, and the fabric is cut by the iron. Will occur. On the other hand, the step portion 1 of the guide plate 1
If the cloth (seam margin) is thinner than the thickness of a, a gap is created between the upper surface of the seam margin C and the lower surface of the mounting plate 2, and the seam margin C is ironed (heated and pressed). There is also a problem in that an appropriate folded-back portion is not formed because it does not take place.

Further, it is difficult to insert the seam allowance portion C between the guide plate 1 and the mounting plate 2, which causes a reduction in the efficiency of ironing work. In addition, when performing split ironing on a fabric having a straight seam allowance and a curved seam allowance to form a bulge on the chest, such as a woman's outerwear, the straight seam allowance shown in FIG. It is necessary to prepare an iron for a sewing machine and a curved ironing substitute for ironing the seams shown in FIGS. 9 (a) and 9 (b), which is a cause of high cost, and the iron must be replaced at any time according to the shape of the seam allowance. This is a cause of lowering work efficiency.

[0010]

An iron according to the present invention has been made to solve the above conventional problems.
The iron is opposed to the iron body having a flat heating surface with the heating surface of the iron body with a predetermined gap, and is rotatably supported in parallel with the heating face, and the amount of the void is reduced by pressurization. And a pair of contact plates each of which is installed on the iron body via the elastic member and has opposite curved end portions each having a convex curved shape, and the pair of contact plates includes:
It is intended to solve the above-mentioned conventional problems by making them openable and closable outwardly.

[0011]

In the iron according to the present invention, the contact plate is located between the seam allowance portion and the cloth ground, and the heating surface of the iron body is located on the upper surface of the seam allowance portion, and the iron is pressed and moved along the seam allowance portion. Let me do the ironing. At the time of this ironing, the contact plate installed on the iron body via the elastic member reduces the gap with the heating surface of the iron body, thereby eliminating the gap between the cloth ground and the seam allowance, and Enables ironing (pressurization, heating). A pair of abutting plates having opposite curved end portions each having a convex curved shape move in contact with the seam allowance portion, and in the curved seam allowance portion, the contact plates rotate in accordance with the bending of the seam allowance portion. It makes movement and enables proper ironing.

[0012]

Embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. The same parts as those of the conventional example are designated by the same reference numerals, and the duplicate description will be omitted. 1 to 5 are views showing an embodiment of an iron according to the present invention. FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view showing a configuration state of an iron. In the figure, 3 is an iron body, which is provided with a grasping portion 3a, and this grasping portion 3a is a screw 3
It is fixed to the iron body 3 by b. In addition, 3c is a heat reflection plate, and this heat reflection plate 3c is fixed by the screw 3b below the grasping portion 3a so as to protect the hand of the operator from the heat of the iron body 3.

Further, 5 is a support plate, and this support plate 5 is provided with a screw hole 5a, and the screw 3 is provided by the screw hole 5a.
It can be fixed to the iron body 3 by b. Reference numerals 8 and 9 denote rotating plates, and the rotating plates 8 and 9 are supported by a shaft pin P so as to be rotatable in the horizontal direction with respect to the support plate 5. The reference numeral 10 designates a bearing provided between the rotating plates 8 and 9 in order to smooth the rotation thereof. Further, S is a spring applied to both rotating plates 8 and 9, and this spring S is arranged so that the protruding portions C formed on both rotating plates 8 and 9 come into contact with each other. Is urged.

On the other hand, A is a contact plate, and this contact plate A
As shown in the figure, a pair of right and left are provided at a predetermined interval, and are respectively connected to the rotating plates 8 and 9 via a spring body B as an elastic member. Then, as shown in the drawing, the contact plate A is formed such that the opposite ends thereof have a convex curved shape. 2 is a front view of the iron shown in FIG. 1. As shown in the figure, the spring body B is parallel to the contact plate A with the heating surface 3d of the iron body 3 with a slight gap. It is supported so as to face the state.

As shown in FIG. 3, the contact plate A, together with the rotating plates 8 and 9, has the heating surface 3 centered around the pin P.
The contact plate A is rotatable in a direction parallel to d, and no matter which direction the contact plate A is rotated, steam that is ejected from the heating surface 3d of the iron body 3 can pass therethrough. The hole 6 is formed. Further, L is a lever installed on the support plate 5, and the lever L is an iron body 3
It is installed in the vicinity of the grasping portion 3a, that is, at a position where an operator can easily operate it. The lever L is made of a resin material having a low heat transfer coefficient so that the lever L is not heated by the heat generated by the iron body 3.

Reference numeral 7 is a drive transmission means connected to the lever L. The drive transmission means 7 is composed of a wire 7b and a tube 7a that wraps the wire 7b. Tube 7b
You can move it back and forth inside. The tube 7b of the drive transmission means 7 is on the standing portion 8a of the rotating body 8, and the wire 7a is on the standing portion 9 of the rotating body 9.
It is fixed to b respectively. As a result, the lever L
So that the compatible parts 8a and 9a come close to each other.
The rotating plates 8 and 9 are rotated around the shaft pin P against the spring S, and as shown in FIG. 4, the pair of contact plates A are separated from each other while maintaining a horizontal state with the heating surface 3d. It can be opened in any direction.

When the lever L is released, the contact plate A
Is returned to a fixed position (position indicated by a dotted line) by the urging force of the spring S. Further, 11 is a stopper provided at the tip of the support plate 5, and this stopper 11 comes into contact with the compatible parts 8a and 9a when both rotating bodies 8 and 9 are rotated by the operation of the lever L. The amount of rotation of the rotating bodies 8 and 9 can be controlled.

In performing the split ironing with the iron having the above construction, as shown in FIG. 5, the contact plate A is provided between the seam allowance portion C and the cloth ground W, and the seam allowance portion C.
The heating surface 3d of the iron body 3 is positioned on the upper surface of the iron, and the iron is pressed while the iron is pressed and moved along the seam allowance portion C.

At the time of ironing, the contact plate A installed on the iron body 3 through the spring body B (elastic member) is
By pressing the iron, the distance from the heating surface 3d can be reduced, and the gap between the cloth W surface and the seam allowance portion C can be eliminated. That is, regardless of whether the cloth thickness is thick or thin, the cloth W and the seam allowance portion C abut on the contact plate A and the heating surface 3d so as to overlap with each other, and proper ironing (pressing) is performed. , Heating) is possible.

When ironing the curved seam allowance portion C, the iron may be moved along the shape of the seam allowance portion C. At this time, the abutting plates A, which are rotatably provided and each of which has a convex curved shape at the opposite ends thereof, are in contact with the seam allowance portion C and are appropriately rotated depending on the curve of the seam allowance C as shown in FIG. It makes movement and enables proper ironing.

Further, when it is difficult to insert the contact plate A between the seam allowance portion C and the cloth W in ironing, or as shown in FIG. 6, two cloths W1, When the iron moves from the seam allowance part made of W2 to the seam allowance part made of four pieces of fabric due to the overlapping of the fabrics W3 and W4, the lever L By moving the pair of rotating plates A away from each other by an operation as shown in FIG. 4, it is possible to easily allow the iron to proceed.

In this embodiment, the contact body A
Although an example in which the contact member A is formed in a gentle curved shape is shown, for example, the contact member A may be formed in a semicircular shape and the curved portions may face each other, or the contact plate A may be formed in a circular shape. The contact plate A may be rotatably supported by the tip of the spring body B, that is, the contact plate A may be formed so as to be easily movable along the seam allowance portion C.

[0023]

As described above, the iron according to the present invention is composed of an iron body having a flat heating surface and a pair of left and right iron bodies at a predetermined interval and having a slight gap with the heating surface of the iron body. And a contact plate that is rotatably supported in a direction parallel to the heating surface and that is installed on the iron body via an elastic member so that the amount of voids is reduced by pressurization. As a result, ironing can be performed properly and easily regardless of the cloth thickness of the seam allowance for ironing, and even with a curved seam allowance, which improves ironing work efficiency and stabilizes the quality of the sewn product. It becomes possible to

[Brief description of drawings]

FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view showing an embodiment of an iron according to the present invention.

2 is a front view of the iron shown in FIG. 1. FIG.

3 is an operation explanatory view showing a state in which a rotating plate is rotated in the iron shown in FIG.

4 is an operation explanatory view showing a state in which the rotating plate is opened in the iron shown in FIG. 1. FIG.

5 is an explanatory view showing the ironing state of the seam allowance portion in the iron shown in FIG. 1. FIG.

FIG. 6 is a view showing a fabric sewn with a seam allowance,
FIG. 3A is an external perspective view showing a state at the end of sewing, FIG. 2B is a state in which the cloth is spread, and FIG. 3C is a perspective view showing a state in which the seam allowance portion is ironed.

FIG. 7 is an exploded perspective view showing a conventional iron for ironing a seam allowance portion.

8 is a cross-sectional view of the conventional iron shown in FIG.

FIG. 9 is an explanatory diagram showing a conventional iron provided with a guide plate having step portions that are curved in different directions so that a curved seam allowance portion can be ironed.

[Explanation of symbols]

 A contact plate B elastic member (spring body) C seam allowance part 3 iron body 3d heating surface 6 through hole

 ─────────────────────────────────────────────────── ─── Continuation of the front page (72) Inventor Sei Inarida 14 Honshiocho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Sanyo Co., Ltd.

Claims (3)

[Claims]
1. An iron for folding back a seam allowance of a plurality of sewn cloths to a cloth ground, comprising an iron body having a flat heating surface, and a heating surface of the iron body having a predetermined gap. Opposed and rotatably supported parallel to the heating surface, installed on the iron body via elastic members so that the amount of voids is reduced by pressurization, and the opposed ends each have a convex curved shape. An iron characterized by comprising a pair of contact plates.
2. The iron according to claim 1, wherein the pair of abutting plates are installed so as to be openable and closable toward the outside while maintaining a parallel state with the heating surface of the iron body.
3. The iron according to claim 1, wherein the contact plate has a plurality of through holes through which steam ejected from the heating surface of the iron body passes.
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