KR101156068B1 - Nose support for eyeglasses - Google Patents

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KR101156068B1
KR101156068B1 KR1020120014328A KR20120014328A KR101156068B1 KR 101156068 B1 KR101156068 B1 KR 101156068B1 KR 1020120014328 A KR1020120014328 A KR 1020120014328A KR 20120014328 A KR20120014328 A KR 20120014328A KR 101156068 B1 KR101156068 B1 KR 101156068B1
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PURPOSE: Noise supports for eyeglasses are provided to remarkably improve the convenience of a user by forming anti-slip units on the side surfaces of the noise supports. CONSTITUTION: Noise supports for eyeglasses comprise coupling head units(21), support leg units(23), and rotating/coupling units. The coupling head units are coupled to coupling units(12) of an eyeglasses frame(10). The support leg units are detachably connected to the coupling head units and support the eyeglasses frame. The rotating/coupling units are formed on the coupling head units and the support leg units to relatively rotate the support leg units to the coupling head units.

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Glasses Nose Support {NOSE SUPPORT FOR EYEGLASSES}

The present invention relates to a spectacle nose rest, and more particularly, not only can be easily coupled to the spectacle frame, but also can be easily separated when necessary, as well as to adjust the angle after being coupled to the spectacle frame, and also slip on the side When the addition is added, it is possible to efficiently prevent the phenomenon of sliding on the side of the nose relates to the eyeglass nose support which can greatly improve the user's convenience.

The spectacle nose support is provided between the lens installation holes of the spectacle front so that the spectacle front where the lens is installed is seated on the wearer's nose.

An example of a conventional eyeglass nose support installation type is a form in which the eyeglass nose support and the eyeglass front are integrally injected.

Most of these forms are made of the same plastic injection molding material of the eyeglass nose support and the eyeglass front. In this case, the nose pad of the eyeglass is made of a hard plastic injection molding, so when the front of the eyeglasses rests on the nose, the nose may be crushed or left behind.

In order to improve this problem, in order to use a soft material such as silicon as the material of the eyeglass nose support, a double injection method of injecting a plastic eyeglass front first and then an eyeglass nose support of silicon material is used. In the case of such a double injection method, the coating is damaged when the eyeglass front is coated when the eyeglass nose support is made of silicon.

Another example of a conventional eyeglass nose support installation form is a combination of a metal eyeglass front and a plastic eyeglass nose support.

In this case, in order to combine the metal eyeglass front and the plastic eyeglass nose supporter, the metal fixing part for fixing the eyeglass nose supporter is welded to the metal eyeglass front face, and the metal fastening part for fastening the metal eyeglass front supporter with the metal fixing part and bolts and nuts. It is provided, and the plastic seating portion seated on the nose is integrally injected into the metal fastening portion.

Such a shape may cause a welding defect or residual stress due to welding the metal glasses front and the metal fixing part, and the metal fixing part may be damaged when the shape of the metal fixing part is changed according to the wearer of the glasses. In addition, since the metal fastening part and the metal fixing part are fastened with bolts and nuts, there is a problem in that it is not easy to install the eyeglass nose support but takes a lot of installation time.

Another example of the conventional eyeglass nose support installation form is a combination of the metal eyeglass front and the eyeglass nose supporter made of silicon.

At this time, in order to combine the metal eyeglass front and the silicone eyeglass nose support, a metal fixing part for fixing the eyeglass nose support is welded to the metal eyeglass front, and a metal fastening part for fastening the metal eyeglass nose supporter with a metal fixing part and bolts and nuts. It is provided, the silicon seating portion seated on the nose is coupled to the metal fastening portion.

This form also welds the metal eyeglass front and the metal fixing part, so that a poor welding or residual stress is generated, and the metal fixing part is damaged when the shape of the metal fixing part is changed according to the wearer of the glasses. In addition, since the metal fastening part and the metal fastening part are fastened with bolts and nuts, it is not easy to install the eyeglass nose supporter and takes a lot of installation time. There is a lot of problems.

On the other hand, a technique for improving the above conventional problems is disclosed as a one-touch type eyeglass nose support in the Republic of Korea Patent Application Publication No. 10-2010-0091756.

By the way, in the technique disclosed in the document (Korean Patent Office Publication No. 10-2010-0091756), the height and size of the nose is different because the angle of the eyeglass nose support cannot be adjusted after the eyeglass nose support is coupled to the glasses. It may be somewhat inconvenient from the user's point of view, and since the spectacles nose support can easily slide from the side of the nose as the glasses nose support is made of a simple injection molding, a new type of structural improvement is required in view of this point.

Korean Patent Office Publication No. 10-2010-0091756

An object of the present invention, not only can be easily coupled to the spectacle frame, but also can be easily detached when necessary, as well as to adjust the angle after being coupled to the spectacle frame, and when the non-slip portion is added to the side to slide on the side of the nose The present invention provides an eyeglass nose pad that can effectively prevent the phenomenon and greatly improve the user's convenience.

The object is coupled to the coupling head portion is inserted into the coupling portion of the spectacle frame; A support leg detachably connected to the coupling head and mounted on the nose when the glasses are worn to support the glasses frame; And a relative rotation coupling portion provided on the coupling head portion and the support leg portion such that the support leg portion is relatively rotated with respect to the coupling head portion.

Relative rotation coupling portion, the rotating ball provided in any one of the coupling head portion and the support leg; And a ball receiving part provided at the other one of the coupling head part and the supporting leg part to rotatably receive the rotating ball.

The coupling head portion has an opening portion formed in the inner central region, and a pair of hook portions are inserted into the coupling portion while the opening is narrowed by elastic pressing when the coupling head portion is inserted into the coupling portion of the spectacle frame; A release preventing protrusion part provided at each end of the pair of hook parts and disposed to step part grooves of the coupling part to prevent separation of the coupling head part; And a notch groove provided in communication with an inner end portion of the opening to form a line that is cut when the coupling head portion is removed, and having a triangular cross-section structure having an end point.

The support leg portion, the inner frame to form a skeleton; And an external mounting portion inserted into the nose and inserted into the nose to surround the outside of the internal frame, wherein the internal frame may be formed with a through hole filled with the material of the external mounting portion to improve the coupling force with the external mounting portion. .

A non-slip unit may be further formed on the surface of the outer mounting portion.

The outer mounting portion may be made of a silicon material.

According to the present invention, not only can be easily coupled to the spectacle frame, but also can be easily separated when necessary, as well as the angle can be adjusted even after being coupled to the spectacle frame, and when a non-slip is added to the side, the phenomenon of sliding on the side of the nose Can be effectively prevented has the effect that the user's convenience can be significantly improved.

1 is a perspective view of a spectacles nose support according to the present invention.
2 is an exploded perspective view of FIG.
FIG. 3 is a view illustrating an internal frame of the supporting leg region in FIG. 2.
4 is a partially exploded perspective view of the spectacle nose support and the spectacle frame according to the present invention.
5 is a plan view of FIG. 4.

Hereinafter, the spectacles nose support of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

1 is a perspective view of the eyeglass nose support according to the invention, Figure 2 is an exploded perspective view of Figure 1, Figure 3 is a view showing the internal skeleton of the support leg region in Figure 2, Figure 4 is a nose nose support according to the invention And partially exploded perspective view of the spectacle frame and FIG. 5 is a plan view of FIG. 4.

As shown in these drawings, the eyeglass nose support 20 according to an embodiment of the present invention is a connection portion 11 connecting between the lens fixing portion (10a) of the eyeglass frame 10 shown in Figs. As partly inserted into the area and fixed, it is mounted on the nose when the glasses are worn to support the spectacle frame 10.

Looking first with respect to the spectacle frame 10, a pair of coupling portions 12 are formed in the inner wall of the connection portion 11 of the spectacle frame 10 to be recessed. An inner end of the coupling part 12 is further provided with a stepped groove part 12a formed to be stepped.

The spectacle frame 10 may be made of synthetic resin or metal. When the material of the spectacle frame 10 is made of synthetic resin, it is injected using a mold capable of forming the coupling part 12, and then the step groove 12a may be post-processed. At this time, the stepped groove portion 12a may be formed by undercut processing.

On the other hand, the eyeglass nose support 20 according to an embodiment of the present invention can be coupled while being inserted into the coupling portion 12 one by one.

The eyeglass nose support 20 is coupled to the coupling head 21 and coupled to the coupling head portion 21 is inserted into the coupling portion 12 of the eyeglass frame 10, detachably connected to the nose when wearing glasses, It is provided on the support leg 23 for supporting the frame 10 and the support head 23 and the support leg 23 so that the support leg 23 is rotated relative to the coupling head 21. It includes a relative rotation coupling portion 30.

As shown in Figures 1 to 3, the coupling head portion 21, the opening 21a is formed in the inner central region, and is inserted into the coupling portion 12 of the spectacle frame 10 when elastically pressurized The opening 21a is narrowed by the pair of hook portions 21b inserted into the coupling portion 12 and the end portions of the pair of hook portions 21b, respectively, and the stepped groove portions of the coupling portion 12 are formed. It is provided in 12a), and includes the removal | blocking protrusion part 21c which prevents the separation of the coupling head part 21. FIG.

When the coupling head 21 is to be coupled to the coupling portion 12, the end of the pair of hook portions 21b is moved forward and inserted into the coupling portion 12 so that the pair of hook portions 21b It is pressed by the inner wall of the engaging portion 12, thereby narrowing the opening 21a of the pair of hook portions 21b.

Accordingly, the pair of hook portions 21b may be inserted into the coupling portion 12 while the width of the pair of hook portions 21b, that is, the width of the opening portion 21a therebetween is narrowed. In this state, when the pair of hook portions 21b are pushed to the end, the pair of hook portions 21b, which have been narrowed, are elastically opened, whereby the release preventing protrusion 21c is stepped groove portion of the coupling portion 12. The engagement of the coupling head 21 is prevented by being caught while being arranged at 12a. As such, when the pair of hook portions 21b are fixed to the coupling portion 12, the pair of eyeglass nose rests 20 shown on the right side in FIGS. 4 and 5 are in a state.

On the other hand, it is necessary to remove the coupling head 21 from the spectacle frame 10 when the spectacles nose stand 20 is damaged. At this time, in the state in which the coupling head 21 is fixed to the eyeglass frame 10, the stepping block 21c of the detachment preventing protrusion 21c of the hook portion 21b is caught in the step groove 12a. The coupling head portion 21 can be removed only by removing it from the groove portion 12a.

To this end, the coupling head portion 21 is formed with a notched groove 21d in communication with the inner end portion of the opening 21a. Thus, when cutting along the notch groove 21d using a tool such as a pliers or a ripper, one side of the hook portion 21b may be cut around the opening 21a. Since the elasticity is removed, the release preventing protrusion 21c can be removed from the stepped groove portion 12a. When the notch groove 21d is formed in this way, the hook portion 21b can be removed from the coupling portion 12. At this time, the notch groove 21d preferably has a triangular cross-section having an end pointed as shown, so that the sharp end of the notch groove 21d may be easily cut when cutting.

On the other hand, the support leg 23 is detachably connected to the coupling head portion 21, is mounted on the nose when wearing glasses to support the frame 10.

The supporting leg 23 includes an inner frame 22 and an outer mounting part 24 that covers the outside of the inner frame 22, that is, an insert is injected and mounted on the nose.

As shown in FIG. 3, the inner frame 22 is a portion forming the skeleton of the supporting leg 23. When the outer mounting portion 24 is inserted into the outside of the inner frame 22 to form a single supporting leg 23, the inner frame to increase the coupling force between the outer mounting portion 24 and the inner frame 22 The through hole 22a may be formed in the 22. When the through-hole 22a is formed in the inner frame 22 as described above, since the material of the outer mount 24 is filled in the through-hole 22a during insert injection, the coupling force between the inner frame 22 and the outer mount 24 is increased. It can be further improved.

It is preferable that a through hole 22a is formed so that a part of the supporting leg 23 is formed inside the frame 22.

When the through hole 22a is formed in the inner side of the frame 22, after inserting the insert, the coupling force between the support leg 23 and the frame 22 of the coupling head 21 is improved, thereby supporting the support leg ( 23 is prevented from being separated from the frame 22.

On the other hand, the material of the coupling head 21 is made of a synthetic resin material, the material of the outer mounting portion 24 of the support leg 23 is preferably made of a silicon material.

Since the coupling head 21 may have elasticity, it is preferable to use a synthetic resin having a greater strength than the support leg 23, and the outer mounting portion 24 of the support leg 23 may be nosed. Since it is in direct contact with the coupling head portion 21, a soft silicon material is used.

In this case, an anti-slip part 24a may be further formed on the surface of the external mounting part 24. At this time, the non-slip 24a may be in the form of a pad (pad) additionally attached to the surface of the outer mounting portion 24, or the scratch or irregularities of the comb-tooth type on the surface of the outer mounting portion (24). It may be in the form of adding a groove or a protrusion, if the non-slip portion (24a) is provided on the surface of the outer mounting portion 24 in this way it can effectively prevent the phenomenon that the support leg 23 slips on the side of the nose The user's convenience can be greatly improved.

On the other hand, the relative rotation coupling portion 30 is provided on the coupling head 21 and the support leg 23 so that the support leg 23 relative to the coupling head portion 21.

The relative rotation coupling portion 30 may be provided in various forms, but in this embodiment, the relative rotation coupling portion 30 is a rotation provided in any one of the coupling head 21 and the support leg 23. The ball 31 and the ball receiving part 32 provided in the other of the coupling head part 21 and the support leg part 23 in which the rotating ball 31 is accommodated rotatably is included.

Although an embodiment, the rotary ball 31 may be formed in the support leg 23 and the ball receiving portion 32 may be formed in the coupling head portion 21. Of course, the opposite is also possible.

When the relative rotation coupling portion 30 is provided in this way, in the state in which the rotary ball 31 is accommodated in the ball receiving portion 32, that is, the support leg 23 with respect to the coupling head portion 21 is + A of FIG. Or it can be rotated in the -A direction, it is possible to adjust the angle of the eyeglass nose support 20, in particular the support leg 23, even after the eyeglass nose support 20 is coupled to the eyeglass frame 10.

As described above, since the angle of the eyeglass nose rest 20 can be adjusted, the eyeglass nose rest 20 can be used while conveniently adjusting the height and size of the nose.

For reference, it is preferable that the rotating ball 31 is rotated in a slightly tight state in the ball receiving portion 32, so that the support leg 23 may be prevented from rotating arbitrarily. To this end, it may be one way to further form a rubber pattern for friction on the surface of the rotary ball (31).

As such, according to the present invention, not only can be easily coupled to the spectacle frame 10, but also can be easily separated when necessary, as well as to adjust the angle after being coupled to the spectacle frame 10, and also the non-slip side When 24a is added, the sliding phenomenon on the side of the nose can be effectively prevented, and the user's convenience can be greatly improved.

It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various modifications and variations can be made in the present invention without departing from the spirit or scope of the invention. Therefore, such modifications or variations will have to be belong to the claims of the present invention.

10: eyeglass frame 10a: lens fixing portion
11 connection part 12 coupling part
12a: step groove 20: glasses nose support
21: coupling head portion 21a: opening
21b: hook portion 21c: protrusion preventing portion for separation
21d: notch groove 22: internal framing
22a: through hole 23: supporting leg
24: external mounting portion 24a: non-slip portion
30: relative rotation coupling portion 31: rotating ball
32: ball receiving groove

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  1. A coupling head portion coupled to the coupling portion of the spectacle frame;
    A support leg detachably connected to the coupling head and mounted on the nose when the glasses are worn to support the glasses frame; And
    A relative rotation coupling part provided in the coupling head part and the support leg part so that the support leg part rotates relative to the coupling head part,
    The support leg portion,
    Internal skeletons forming skeletons; And
    Insert injection molded to surround the outside of the inner frame includes an external mounting mounted on the nose,
    Eyeglass nose rest, characterized in that the inner frame is formed with a through-hole filled with the material of the outer mounting portion to improve the bonding force with the outer mounting portion.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    Relative rotation coupling part,
    A rotating ball provided in any one of the coupling head portion and the supporting leg portion; And
    Eyeglass nose rest, characterized in that it comprises a ball receiving portion provided on the other one of the coupling head portion and the support leg rotatably received the rotating ball.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The coupling head portion,
    An opening formed in an inner central region, the pair of hook portions being inserted into the coupling portion while the opening is narrowed by elastic pressing when the opening portion is inserted into the coupling portion of the spectacle frame;
    A release preventing protrusion part provided at each end of the pair of hook parts and disposed to step part grooves of the coupling part to prevent separation of the coupling head part; And
    Eyeglass nose support, characterized in that it is provided in communication with the inner end portion of the opening to form a line to be cut at the time of removal of the coupling head portion having a notched groove having a pointed triangular cross-section end.
  4. delete
  5. The method of claim 1,
    Eyeglass nose rest, characterized in that the slipper is further formed on the surface of the outer mounting portion.
  6. The method of claim 1,
    The outer mounting portion of the eyeglass nose rest, characterized in that made of silicon material.
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KR101364270B1 (en) * 2012-06-20 2014-02-17 전진오 Nose Support for a Spectacles
KR101378769B1 (en) * 2013-04-04 2014-03-27 이상범 Nose support for spectacles
KR101478740B1 (en) 2013-10-07 2015-01-02 (주)필립 Combination structure of Nose support Eye-glasses
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KR101364270B1 (en) * 2012-06-20 2014-02-17 전진오 Nose Support for a Spectacles
KR101378769B1 (en) * 2013-04-04 2014-03-27 이상범 Nose support for spectacles
KR101478740B1 (en) 2013-10-07 2015-01-02 (주)필립 Combination structure of Nose support Eye-glasses
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