KR101325817B1 - Electric conduction woven-stuff, manufacturing method thereof and manufacturing apparatus thereof - Google Patents

Electric conduction woven-stuff, manufacturing method thereof and manufacturing apparatus thereof Download PDF

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KR101325817B1
KR101325817B1 KR1020100004164A KR20100004164A KR101325817B1 KR 101325817 B1 KR101325817 B1 KR 101325817B1 KR 1020100004164 A KR1020100004164 A KR 1020100004164A KR 20100004164 A KR20100004164 A KR 20100004164A KR 101325817 B1 KR101325817 B1 KR 101325817B1
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Abstract

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a conductive woven fabric, a method for manufacturing the same, and a manufacturing apparatus thereof, and in particular, a portion of the conductive wire woven together with the woven fabric is selectively exposed to the outside of the woven fabric to quickly connect the conductive wire and connect various elements or modules. It is to provide a conductive woven fabric, a manufacturing method and a manufacturing apparatus that can improve the workability and productivity by performing easily and simply.
Conductive woven fabric according to the present invention, in the conductive woven fabric, a plurality of strands arranged along the longitudinal direction; A plurality of strands of weft threaded to the warp yarn; And at least one strand of conductive wire arranged and woven along the longitudinal direction, wherein the conductive wire is interwoven with the warp and / or weft yarns to be integrally bound to the conductive weave. And, the conductive wire is characterized in that it is configured to have a conductive wire exposed section that is exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length without being tied to the warp and / or weft.
According to this, the conductive wire weave section in which the conductive wire is woven to the warp and / or weft and is integrally bound to the conductive woven fabric, and the conductive wire is exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length without being woven to the warp and / or weft. Since the line exposed section is provided, the conductive line exposed section is formed in a portion for connecting the conductive line, connecting various elements or modules, and the like, so that the wiring can be quickly and simply connected. Thereby, workability and productivity can be remarkably improved at the time of manufacture, maintenance, and use of articles using conductive woven articles.

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ELECTRIC CONDUCTION WOVEN-STUFF, MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF AND MANUFACTURING APPARATUS THEREOF

The present invention relates to a conductive woven fabric, a method for manufacturing the same, and a manufacturing apparatus thereof, and more particularly, a portion of the conductive wire woven together with the woven fabric is selectively exposed to the outside of the woven fabric to connect the conductive wire, and to connect various elements or modules. The present invention relates to a conductive woven fabric, a method for manufacturing the same, and a manufacturing apparatus capable of improving workability and productivity by performing the process quickly and simply.

In general, fabrics such as knitted fabrics and woven fabrics (hereinafter referred to as woven fabrics) used in the manufacture of bed covers, curtains, and clothes, are manufactured by natural or artificial fiber yarns. Therefore, it has its own properties and characteristics, such as insulation, absorbency, elasticity, etc.

In addition, as the industrial society is advanced and advanced, modern people are demanding a woven fabric having a new function in addition to the warmth that can prevent the cold, the elasticity that ensures sufficient activity, and the absorbency that can absorb sweat as in the past. .

For example, the electric current can be supplied, so that various electronic devices can be installed and used conveniently, and require a woven fabric that performs heating or cooling by itself. This, because the woven fabric is light and thin, but can be used regardless of season bed, intelligent clothing, and the like.

Accordingly, in the textile field, various efforts and R & D activities have been carried out to satisfy these social demands and lead the future textile field. As a representative research achievement, a planar heating element composed of carbon fiber yarns has been developed.

Thus, the planar heating element woven by carbon fiber yarns can be applied to articles requiring heat action because it generates heat during power supply. It can not be applied to materials, garments that require elasticity and activity, and if continuous frictional force is applied during use, fine tissues of carbon fiber yarn are released and damaged or minute electric spark is generated, so sufficient durability and safety can be secured. Could not.

In the case of smart garments equipped with electronic devices such as wearable computers and MP3s, carbon fiber yarns are required to electrically connect operation buttons, power units, and various electronic devices to the inside of the garments, and to conduct electrical signals. The planar heating element produced by has the limitation that it can not perform this function at all. As an alternative to this problem, a method of sewing a conductive wire such as copper wire separately to a garment may be proposed, but since copper wire has no elasticity at all, the activity and wearing comfort as clothing are poor, and the conductive wire and operation installed inside the garment during washing It is very inconvenient to use because it must remove the button.

Accordingly, the present applicant, as a way to solve the above-mentioned conventional problems, Korean Patent Application No. 10-2008-0050545 (name of the invention: the conductive pad and its manufacturing method), Korean Patent Application No. 10-2008 Korean Patent Application No. 10-2009-0043932 (name of the invention: a conductive pad and a manufacturing apparatus thereof) and the like have been filed.

According to this, since the conductive wire may be formed of a woven fabric having elasticity by the weaving method, a bed or clothes that can perform a heating function or perform an electric current or electric signal transmission function without sewing the conductive wire separately. Etc. could be implemented.

However, the conductive woven fabric pre- filed by the present applicant is very cumbersome to connect the conductive wires woven together with the fiber yarns in the woven fabric, and to connect various elements or modules to form a circuit or a connection with the power supply. There was this. That is, since the conductive wires included in the fiber yarns constituting the conductive woven fabric must be found and connected to each other, it is difficult to find the conductive wires, and it takes a lot of time, resulting in deterioration of workability and productivity. There was a downside to the damage.

The present invention was conceived to solve the above-mentioned conventional problems, and a portion of the conductive wires woven together with the woven fabric is selectively exposed to the outside of the woven fabric to quickly and easily perform the connection of the conductive wires and the connection of various elements or modules. It is an object of the present invention to provide a conductive woven fabric, a method for manufacturing the same, and a manufacturing apparatus for improving workability and productivity.

Conductive woven fabrics for achieving the object of the present invention as described above, in the conductive woven fabric, a plurality of strands arranged along the longitudinal direction; A plurality of strands of weft threaded to the warp yarn; And at least one strand of conductive wire arranged and woven along the longitudinal direction, wherein the conductive wire is interwoven with the warp and / or weft yarns to be integrally bound to the conductive weave. And, the conductive wire is characterized in that it is configured to have a conductive wire exposed section that is exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length without being tied to the warp and / or weft.

Supplied together at the time of weaving of the conductive wire, the conductive wire is woven so as to be constrained to the warp and / or weft in the conductive wire weave section, and is woven to the warp and / or weft in the conductive wire exposed section, It may include a constraining and releasing weft that is woven so as not to be constrained to the conductive woven fabric.

The weft yarn, the first warp weaving yarn weaved with the warp inwards based on the conductive line; A second warp weft yarn that is woven with the warp on the outside of the conductive line but woven so that a supply-excluded space is not formed in the range of the width corresponding to the width of the conductive wire; And restraint and release wefts that are woven on the inclination to selectively restrain the conductive lines at positions corresponding to the non-supply space, wherein the restraint and release wefts are formed in the conductive line weave section. It is woven to be bound together with the warp yarn and the first warp weft yarn, and the wire is woven within a range such that the conductive line is not bound to the warp and the first warp weft yarn in the conductive line exposed section.

The inclined may be composed of a stretchable fiber yarn so that the conductive woven fabric has a stretch in the longitudinal direction.

In addition, a support line which is woven to be disposed on the left and right sides along the disposition path may be configured to prevent distortion of the conductive line.

The conductive line may be woven to have a straight structure or a wavy structure along the inclined direction.

In addition, the conductive wire may be formed by weaving a plurality of insulated conductive yarns covered with a plurality of strands of fiber to form a bundle.

The conductive line may include an elastic extension disposed at an inner center thereof; A plurality of insulated conductive yarns wound around the extension; And an outer skin layer formed on the outer circumferential surface of the conductive yarn to have elasticity.

The method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric for achieving the object of the present invention as described above, the inclined supply process for supplying the warp of the multiple strands along the longitudinal direction, the weft supply process for supplying the weft of the multiple strands, and the said In the method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric weaving weaving weaving weaving weaving, comprising a conductive wire supply process for supplying at least one strand of the conductive wire in the supply direction of the weft yarn, the weaving process weaving Including a conductive wire weaving process for weaving the wires together, the conductive wire weaving process includes a conductive wire weaving step for weaving the conductive line on the inclination, and the conductive wire is supplied during the execution of the conductive wire weaving step A conductive wire exposure step of exposing to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length so as not to be woven on a slope It can be included.

The weft supply process includes a restraint and release weft supply process for supplying the restraint and release weft yarn for the purpose of tying the conductive wire to the warp yarn, and the weaving of the conductive line includes the warp yarn for the restraint and release weft yarn. The conductive wire is tied to the warp yarn and the weft thread and tied to the warp yarn and the weft thread, and the exposure of the conductive wire is performed by weaving the bind and release weft yarn to the warp yarn. This can be done so that the release weft is not tied to the conductive wire.

The weft supply process may include: a first weft supply process of supplying a first warp weft yarn which is intertwined with the warp yarn inwardly based on the conductive line; Supplying the second warp weft for weaving the warp yarns to the outside based on the conductive wire, but the supply exclusion space excluding the supply of the second warp weft yarn in the range of the width corresponding to the placement width of the conductive wire Second weft supply process implemented to have; And a constraining and releasing weft supplying process for supplying the constraining and releasing weft for use of selectively weaving the conductive line to the inclined space at a position spaced to correspond to the space to exclude the supply; In the step of weaving the conductive wire, the process of tying the first and second warp weft yarns and the restraint and release weft yarns to the warp yarns at the same time may be performed. It is implemented by being tied together and bound to the first warp weft; In the conductive line exposing step, the first and second warp weft yarns are threaded to the warp yarns, and the binding and release weft yarns are warped to warp yarns, and the conductive wires are restrained to the warp yarns and the first warp weft yarns. It is characterized in that it is carried out so as to be intertwined within a range that does not prevent.

The inclination supplied in the inclined supply process may be performed using an elastic fiber yarn so that the conductive woven fabric has elasticity in the longitudinal direction.

In the conductive line weaving step, the support line may be supplied and woven together with the conductive line such that the conductive line is disposed on the left and right sides along the arrangement path to prevent the conductive line from being twisted.

In the conductive line weaving step, the conductive lines may be woven so that the conductive lines are arranged in a straight or wavy structure along the inclined direction.

In this case, the conductive wire is formed by weaving a plurality of insulated conductive yarns covered with a plurality of strands of fiber, or forming a bundle, or a flexible extension and a plurality of insulated conductive yarns wound around the inner conductor, the conductive yarn It can be implemented using a stretchable configuration consisting of a fiber yarn wound around the outer peripheral surface.

An apparatus for manufacturing a conductive woven fabric for achieving the object of the present invention as described above, the inclined weaving unit for weaving a plurality of strands inclined along the longitudinal direction supplied from the inclined supply; Weft weaving unit for weaving a plurality of strands of weft supplied from the weft supply unit; A conductive wire weaving unit for weaving at least one strand of conductive wires supplied from the conductive wire supply unit; An inclination induction part for pulling the inclination of the inclined weaving part to enable the weaving operation of the inclination, weft and conductive lines through interaction with the weft weaving part and the conductive wire weaving part; And a weaving unit driving device for weaving the weft yarn in a direction orthogonal to the inclination by operating the inclined weaving unit, the weft weaving unit, the conductive line weaving unit, and the induction inducing unit, and selectively weaving the conductive line to the inclination. It is characterized by.

The weaving part driving device is configured to selectively adjust the operating area of the weft weaving part, the conductive wire weaving part, and the like, wherein the conductive wire is woven to the warp and / or weft yarn to be integrally bound to the conductive weave. The conductive line weaving section and the conductive line exposing section exposed to the outside of the conductive weave by a predetermined length without being woven to the warp and / or weft yarn may be repeatedly formed.

In addition, the inclined weaving part is configured by a plurality of inclined needles are inclined to the first support that is installed in the transverse direction to the frame, the conductive wire weaving part is arranged on the upper side of the inclined weave part is installed in the transverse direction At least one conductive wire needle is arranged on the support 2 is a conductive wire needle is arranged, the weft weaving portion is arranged in contact with the second support a plurality of weft needles are sewn on the third support is installed in the transverse direction The inclination guide unit is configured to be arranged a plurality of pull needles for pulling the inclined stitched on the inclined needle on the fourth support that is installed in the transverse direction facing the first support, the weaving unit driving device is It is connected to transfer the moving force to the first to fourth support, to translate the first support in the vertical direction, The second group and the third support sikimyeo translational motion in the horizontal direction and vertical direction, may be configured to support translation of the fourth front-rear direction.

Using a plurality of strands of weft yarn supplied from the weft supply unit weave the conductive wires to be constrained to the warp and / or weft in the conductive wire weaving section, and weaves to the warp and / or weft in the conductive line exposed section, the conductive It may be provided with a restraining and releasing weave to weave so that the line is not constrained to the conductive woven.

Here, the weaving part drive device, the first support drive for swinging the first support up and down; A fourth support driver for advancing the fourth support forward and backward; A support lift driver for elevating the second and third supports up and down; And it may include a lateral drive for moving the second and third support in the lateral direction.

The lateral drive unit includes: a connecting rod configured in a corresponding quantity to be connected to one end of the second and third supports on one side of the frame; A cam member connected to each of the connecting rods; A motor connected to the output shaft to provide a driving force to the second and third supports; And it may include a sensor for sensing the rotation angle of the cam member to control the driving of the motor.

The restraint and release weaving part may include a plurality of needles in which a weft for restraint and release thread is sewn on a fifth support provided in a transverse direction at a position facing the third support opposite to the second support. The weaving unit driving device is configured to swing the fifth support in the transverse direction and the vertical direction, and the weft for restraining and releasing the transverse translational movement range of the fifth support in the conductive line weaving section. It may be configured to operate in a range that is tied to the conductive line, and to operate the range of the transverse translational motion of the fifth support in the exposed portion of the conductive line to a range in which the restraint and release weft is not bound to the conductive line. .

An apparatus for manufacturing a conductive woven fabric for achieving the object of the present invention as described above, the inclined weaving unit for weaving a plurality of strands inclined along the longitudinal direction supplied from the inclined supply; A conductive wire weaving unit disposed above the inclined weaving unit to weave at least one strand of the conductive wires supplied from the conductive wire supply unit along the inclined direction; A first weft weaving part disposed on one side of the conductive wire weaving part, for weaving a plurality of strands of the first warp weaving weft yarn supplied from the weft supply part to form one side of the conductive weaving material on a warp yarn; A second weft weaving part disposed on the other side of the conductive wire weaving part, for weaving a plurality of strands of the second warp weaving weft yarn supplied from the weft supply part to form the other side of the conductive weaving material on the warp yarn; The warp yarns arranged to face each other so as to pull the warp yarns on the warp weave side, and the warp weft yarns for the warp yarns, the first and the second warp weaving yarns through interaction with the first and the second weft warp yarns and the conductive wire weaving unit; An inclination inducing unit to enable a weaving operation of the conductive line; And the warp weaving unit, the first and the second weft weaving unit, the first and the second warp weaving yarns to be weaved in a direction orthogonal to the warp yarns, and the conductive lines are selectively weaved in the warp direction. And a weaving part driving device for operating the weaving part and the inclination induction part.

The weaving part driving device is configured to selectively adjust operating regions of the first and second weft weaving parts, the conductive wire weaving part, and the like, and the conductive wire is inclined and / or the first and second inclined parts. A conductive wire weave section that is woven into a weft for weaving and is integrally constrained to the conductive woven fabric, and the conductive wire is predetermined to the outside of the conductive woven fabric without being woven to the warp and / or the first and second warp wefts. The conductive line exposed section exposed by the length can be configured to be repeatedly formed, weaving.

The inclined weaving portion is formed by a plurality of inclined needles are inclined to the first support is installed in the frame in the transverse direction, the conductive wire weaving portion is at least one of the conductive line is stitched to the second support in the transverse direction The conductive wire needles are arranged to be configured, and the first weft weaving part includes a plurality of weft needles in which a first warp weft thread is sewn to the third abutment provided in the lateral direction, and the second weft weaving part is arranged. Is composed of a plurality of weft needles are sewn for weaving the second inclined weaving yarn to the third b support that is installed in the transverse direction, the induction guide portion is inclined to the inclined needle to the fourth support installed in the transverse direction A plurality of pulling needles are arranged to be arranged, and the weaving part driving device is connected to transmit the moving force to the first to fourth supports. It may be configured to translate the first support in the vertical direction, to translate the second, 3a, 3b support in the transverse direction and up and down direction, and to translate the fourth support in the forward and backward direction.

The second weft weaving unit is configured to have a needle non-installation section in which the weft needle is not disposed in the range of the width corresponding to the placement width of the conductive wire needle, and is disposed in contact with the second weft weaving unit to drive the weaving unit. A fifth support which is swinged in the lateral direction and the vertical direction by the device, and has a restraining and releasing weaving part in which a conductive thread weaving needle is disposed in an area corresponding to the needle non-installation section, and the weaving part driving device includes the fifth support. Oscillate in the transverse direction and the vertical direction, and operate the transverse translational movement range of the fifth support in the conductive line weaving section to the extent that the restraining and releasing weft is bound to the conductive line, and in the conductive line exposed section To operate the transverse translational range of the fifth support in a range such that the restraint and release wefts are not bound to the conductive line. .

The second support may be provided with support line needles on both sides of the conductive line needle so that the support line is woven to be arranged on the left and right sides along the placement path of the conductive line.

The weaving part drive device may include: a first support drive part which swings the first support up and down; A fourth support driver for advancing the fourth support forward and backward; A support elevating driving unit for elevating the second, third, third, and fifth supports up and down; And it may include a lateral drive unit for moving the second, third a, third b, the fifth support in the lateral direction.

The transverse driving unit may include: a connecting rod configured to have a corresponding quantity to be connected to one end of the second, third, third, and fifth supports on one side of the frame; A cam member connected to each of the connecting rods; A motor connected to the output shaft to provide a driving force to the second, third, third and fifth supports; And it may include a sensor for sensing the rotation angle of the cam member to control the driving of the motor.

According to the conductive woven fabric according to the present invention, a manufacturing method and a manufacturing apparatus according to the present invention, the conductive wire woven section in which the conductive wire is woven in the inclined and / or weft yarn and is constrained integrally to the conductive woven fabric, and the conductive wire is inclined and / or Since the conductive wire exposed section is exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length without being woven into the weft yarn, the conductive wire exposed section is formed at the site for the connection of the conductive wire, the connection of various elements, the module, and the like. There is an effect that this connection can be performed. Thereby, workability and productivity can be remarkably improved at the time of manufacture, maintenance, and use of articles using conductive woven articles.

1A is a view for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
1b and 1c schematically show a cross-sectional structure for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a first embodiment of the present invention;
1D is a view showing a first modification of the conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention;
1E is a view showing a second modification of the conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention;
1F is a view showing a third modification of the conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention;
Figure 2a schematically shows the overall appearance for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention,
2B to 2D are views showing main parts for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention;
3 is a process block diagram for explaining a method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention;
Figure 4a is a schematic configuration diagram of a conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to a first embodiment of the present invention,
Figure 4b is a schematic configuration diagram of a modification of the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the first embodiment of the present invention,
Figure 5a is a schematic view showing the overall structure of the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the first embodiment of the present invention,
5B is an enlarged perspective view of portion F of FIG. 5A;
Figure 6a is a perspective view of the main portion of the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the first embodiment of the present invention,
6B is a perspective view illustrating main parts of a modification of the apparatus for manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention;
7 is a process block diagram for explaining a method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention;
8 is a schematic structural diagram of an apparatus for manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention;
9 is a perspective view of main parts of an apparatus for manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, preferred embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, FIGS. 1A to 9, and like reference numerals refer to like elements in FIGS. 1A to 9. It is to be understood that both the foregoing general description and the following detailed description are exemplary and explanatory and are intended to provide further explanation of the invention as claimed.

Figure 1a is a view for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a first embodiment of the present invention, Figures 1b and 1c is a schematic view showing a cross-sectional structure for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a first embodiment of the present invention 1B shows the cross section of the conductive line weave section, and FIG. 1C shows the cross section of the conductive line exposed section. Hereinafter, the warp refers to the shipping line disposed in the longitudinal direction of the conductive woven fabric, and the weft means the shipping line that is woven on the warp.

1A to 1C, the conductive woven fabric 1 according to the present invention is formed of a planar body in the form of a fabric. A woven fabric optionally comprising a dedicated conductive wire and a signal transmission conductive wire capable of transmitting an electrical signal, comprising a plurality of strands 11 arranged along the longitudinal direction, interwoven in a direction orthogonal to the slope 11 The paper comprises a plurality of strands of weft 12, and a plurality of strands of conductive wire 13 arranged and woven along the longitudinal direction.

In particular, in the conductive woven fabric 1 according to the present invention, as shown in FIGS. 1A and 1B, the conductive wire 13 is connected to the warp 11 and / or the weft 12 so that the conductive wire is integrally constrained to the conductive woven fabric. The weaving section (a) and the conductive line exposure section (b) in which the conductive line 13 is exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length without being woven into the warp and / or weft yarn as shown in FIGS. 1A and 1C are repeated. It is characterized in that it is configured to be.

The inclination 11 applies a conventional fiber yarn when the conductive weave 1 is not stretched in the longitudinal direction, and a span yarn or the like when the conductive weave 1 is intended to be stretched in the longitudinal direction. The same elastic fibers are applied.

The weft yarn 12 is applied to ordinary fiber yarns, but when high strength is required, high tension fiber yarns such as kebra yarns and aramid yarns are applied.

As shown in the enlarged portion of FIG. 1A, the conductive line 13 is formed by applying a plurality of insulated conductive yarns 131 covered with a plurality of strands of fiber yarn 132 to form a bundle. At this time, the conductive yarn 131 may be applied by selecting a material having a variety of materials and diameters if the current can be applied, in the present embodiment stainless steel, titanium wire, having a diameter of about tens to hundreds of micrometers (㎛), It is selected from metal yarns (usually called enameled wires) in which an insulating coating layer is formed on copper wire or the like, and is formed by weaving a plurality of strands of fiber yarn 132 as an outer shell layer on the outer peripheral surface thereof. The number of strands of the conductive yarn 131 constituting the conductive wire 13 can be changed in various ways depending on the purpose, purpose, and the like of the conductive woven fabric. In the present embodiment, the conductive yarn is composed of 5 to 20 strands as a bundle. do.

In addition, the conductive lines 13 are woven so as to be arranged in a straight or wavy structure along the inclined direction. At this time, when the conductive wire 13 is woven into a straight structure, it is preferable that the conductive wire is configured to have elasticity as shown in the second modification described later.

FIG. 1D is a view showing a first modified example of the conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention. As shown in the conductive woven fabric, the support line 15 is woven and constituted along an arrangement path of the conductive wire.

The support line 15 is woven to the left and right sides of the conductive line 13 to constrain the conductive line to warp and weft threads so as to prevent deformation. That is, when the conductive wire 13 is composed of metal yarns, the conductive wires 13 protrude to the surface or the back of the conductive woven fabric 1 due to the difference in flexibility between the weft yarns and the fiber yarns supplied with the warp yarns. Since it functions as a reinforcing line, the warpage of the conductive line can be prevented. To this end, the support line 15 is preferably twisted a plurality of fiber yarns to increase the diameter (denia) compared to the weft and warp yarns.

Fig. 1E is a view showing a second modification of the conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention, in which the conductive woven fabric is a plurality of strands 11 arranged along the longitudinal direction, orthogonal to the slopes. A surface having a conductive line weave section (a) and a conductive line exposed section (b) using a plurality of strands of weft yarn 12 woven in a direction and a plurality of strands of conductive lines 13 arranged and woven along the longitudinal direction The upper body is woven so that the conductive wires 13 are arranged in a straight structure along the inclined direction.

At this time, the conductive wire 13 is disposed in the inner center as shown in the enlarged portion of FIG. 1E and is formed of an elastic internal wire 133 formed of a material having elasticity such as span yarn, and a plurality of strands insulated around the internal wire 133. The conductive yarn 134 and an outer skin layer 135 formed to have elasticity by weaving a plurality of strands of fiber yarn on the outer circumferential surface of the conductive yarn 134.

1F is a view showing a third modified example of the conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention, showing a cross section of the conductive line weave section, and omitting the cross section of the conductive line exposed section.

Referring to FIG. 1F, the conductive woven fabric has a conductive wire 13 selectively bound to the inclined 11 and / or weft yarn 12 by separate restraint and release weft yarns 14 so that the conductive wires are formed in the planar body. It is comprised so that it may have the electrically-conductive line weaving section (a) embedded and the electrically-conductive line exposure section (b) which exposes a conductive line to the exterior of a planar body.

That is, the constraining and releasing weft 14 is supplied together at the time of weaving the conductive line 13 to be woven so that the conductive line 13 is constrained to the warp and / or weft in the conductive line weave section a. In the exposed section (b) is woven in the warp and / or weft, but the conductive wire 13 is woven so as not to be constrained to the conductive woven fabric (1).

Figure 2a schematically shows the overall appearance for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention, Figures 2b to 2d is a main portion for explaining a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention 2B shows a part of part C of FIG. 2A which is a conductive line weaving section, FIG. 2C shows a part of part D of FIG. 2A which is a conductive line exposed section, and FIG. 2D shows that no conductive line is disposed. 2A which is an area | region is a figure which shows a structure similar to 1st Example and similar structure is abbreviate | omitted. In addition, in the second embodiment of the present invention, the conductive lines may be woven to have a straight structure or waveform structure along the inclination direction as in the first embodiment described above, but only the arrangement of the conductive structure will be described.

2A to 2C and 2D, the conductive woven fabric 1 ′ according to the second embodiment of the present invention has a plurality of strands 11 arranged along the longitudinal direction, with respect to the slope 11. A plurality of strands of weaving yarn 12 woven in a direction perpendicular to each other, and a plurality of strands of conductive wires 13 arranged and woven along the longitudinal direction, the weft yarns 12 having an inner side based on the conductive wires 13. The first warp weaving yarn 12a that is woven with the warp yarn at a position corresponding to the warp wire 11a is woven out of the warp wire 11 on the basis of the conductive wire 13 and has a width corresponding to the placement width of the conductive wire 13. The second warp weft yarn 12b (see FIG. 2d), which is woven to form a supply excluding space that is not woven into the range, and the warp yarn is woven to warp the conductive line 13 selectively at a position corresponding to the supply excluding space. The paper includes a constraining and releasing weft yarn (see 12c, 2b and 2d).

The constraining and releasing weft 12c is woven so that the conductive lines are constrained together with the warp 11 and the first warp weft 12a in the conductive line weaving section (a, Figs. 2a and 2d), and the conductive In the line exposure period (b, see FIGS. 2A and 2C), the conductive lines 13 are woven together within a range such that they are not bound to the warp 11 and the first warp weft 12a.

The conductive lines 13 are woven to have a wavy structure, and the support lines 15 are woven so that the conductive lines can be supported on both sides of the conductive lines 13 similarly to the first embodiment. , Can be configured.

3 is a process block diagram for explaining a method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to Figure 3, the method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention relates to a method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric of the type shown in Figure 1a by a loom, the inclination of a plurality of strands along the longitudinal direction Inclined supply process (S1) for supplying, weft supply process (S2) for supplying a plurality of strands of weft, conduction wire supply process (S3) for supplying a conductive wire in the supply direction of the weft yarn, and weft in the orthogonal direction to the slope Weave weaving process (S4) is provided, the weaving process (S4) includes a conductive wire weaving process (S41) for weaving the conductive line 13 together.

In the conductive wire weaving process S4, the warp yarn 11 and the weft yarn 12 are interwoven with each other, and the conductive wire weaving step S411 is such that the conductive wire 13 is laced with the warp yarn 11 and / or the weft yarn 12. The conductive wire 13 is supplied during the conduction of the conductive wire weaving step S411, but is not tied to the warp 11 and / or the weft 12 so that the conductive wire 13 extends to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length. It is characterized in that it has a conductive line exposure step (S412) to be exposed.

The warp feed process (S1) and the weft feed process (S2) are prepared by winding the fiber yarn on the reel as in the process of weaving the general fiber weave, and the warp yarn is supplied to the warp weaving unit of the loom, and the weft yarn is supplied to the weft weaving unit of the loom. do.

In the conductive wire weaving step S411, when weaving the conductive woven fabric of the type shown in FIG. 1A, the conductive wire 13 is inclined 11 and weft 12 in the process of weaving the weft 12 to the inclined 11. ) To be tied together and bound.

Then, the conductive wire exposure step (S412) is carried out the process of tying the weft yarn 12 to the inclination (11), but is carried out so that the weft yarn 12 is not tied to the conductive wire (13).

On the other hand, when weaving the conductive woven fabric of the form shown in FIG. 1F, the conductive wire 13 is not bound by the weft yarn 12, but the conductive wire 13 is inclined 11 and / or the weft yarn 12. In the case of supplying the restraint and release weft yarn 14 for the purpose of tying on the wire, the process of weaving a conductive wire (S41) is possible by providing a separate restraint and release weft supply process S5.

Conducting wire weaving step (S411) is carried out by weaving the restraint and release weft yarn 14 to the inclined 11 and / or weft yarn 12 to bind the conductive wire 13 to the conductive weave to be restrained. . In the conductive line weaving step S411, the conductive line 13 is woven so that the conductive line 13 is arranged in a straight or wavy structure along the inclined direction.

Then, the conductive wire exposure step (S412) is carried out the process of tying the restraint and release weft 14 to the inclined 11, so that the restraint and release weft 14 is not tied to the conductive line (13). Do it.

The conductive woven fabric manufacturing method according to the first embodiment of the present invention can be carried out by the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus described in detail below.

Figure 4a is a schematic configuration diagram of a conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the first embodiment of the present invention, Figure 4b is a schematic configuration diagram of a modification of the conductive fabric manufacturing apparatus according to a first embodiment of the present invention, Figure 5a Figure 5 is a schematic view showing the overall structure of a conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to a first embodiment of the present invention, Figure 5b is an enlarged perspective view of the portion F of Figure 5a, Figure 6a is a conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the first embodiment of the present invention 6B is a perspective view illustrating main parts of a modified example of the apparatus for manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to the first embodiment of the present invention, and FIGS. 6A and 6B are inclined weaving part 310, weft weaving part 320, and conductive material. The line weave part 330 and the inclination guide part 340 are shown.

4A, 5A, 5B, and 6A, the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the first embodiment of the present invention supplies the warp yarn 11, the weft yarn 12, and the conductive wire 13 to each other. Inclined weaving unit 210, weft supply unit 220, and the conductive wire supply unit 230 for, the inclined weaving unit 310, weft weaving unit 320 configured on the frame 300 to perform the weaving process, conductive The line weaving unit 330, the inclination guide unit 340, and the weaving unit driving unit 350 are provided.

The inclined supply unit 210, the weft supply unit 220, and the conductive wire supply unit 230 are reels in which the inclined 11, the weft 12, and the conductive line 13 are wound and stored as shown in FIG. 4A. It consists of the quantity which corresponds to the number of strands of the warp, the weft, and the conductive wire which are required for the weave of a woven fabric, and is installed in the reel mounting stand 200. At this time, the reel has a structure in which circular release preventing plates are formed on both sides of the central winding bar as a failure for winding the warp, the weft and the conductive wire.

4A and 6A, the warp weaving part 310 is configured to weave a plurality of strands of warp 11 supplied from the warp feed part 210 along the longitudinal direction, and transversely to the frame 300. A plurality of inclined needles 312, to which the inclination 11 is sewn, is disposed and installed on the first support 311 to be installed.

The conductive wire weaving unit 330 is a configuration for weaving at least one or more strands of the conductive wires 13 supplied from the conductive wire supplying unit 230. The second conductive wire weaving unit 330 is disposed above the inclined weaving unit 310 and installed in a transverse direction. At least one conductive wire needle 332 to which the conductive wire is sewn is disposed and installed on the support 331, and a conductive wire guide rod is formed on the upper side of the second support 331 to guide the movement of the conductive wire 13. 333 is provided in the transverse direction.

Weft weaving unit 320 is a configuration for weaving a plurality of strands of the weft yarn 12 supplied from the weft supply unit 220, the weft yarn (3) to the third support 321 is installed in the transverse direction in contact with the second support 331 A plurality of weft needles 322 to which 12 are sewn are disposed and installed, and the weft guide rods 323 are installed in the transverse direction to guide the movement of the weft yarns on the upper side of the third support 321.

The inclination induction part 340 pulls the inclination 11 on the inclination weaving part 310 side to make the inclination 11, the weft 12, and the conductive through interaction with the weft weaving part 320 and the conductive line weaving part 330. In the configuration to enable the weaving operation of the line 13, the inclined 11 is hooked on the inclined needle 312 to the fourth support 341 is installed in the transverse direction facing the first support 311 A plurality of pull needles 342 are arranged in an array. In addition, the pull needle 342 has a structure in which a hook (nose) is formed at the end of the needle bar, so that the inclined needle (11) on the side of the inclined needle (312) can be hung at the time of advancing and the inclined can be pulled at the back (rear).

The weaving part driving device 350 weaves the weft yarns 12 in an orthogonal direction with respect to the inclined 11 to advance, and the weaving weave part 310 and the weft yarn so as to selectively weave the conductive line 13 to the warp yarns 11. Operating region of the warp weaving unit 310, the weft weaving unit 320, the conductive wire weaving unit 330 in a configuration for operating the weaving unit 320, the conductive wire weaving unit 330, and the warp induction unit 340 Is configured to selectively adjust the conductive wire 13 is a conductive wire weaving section (a) and the conductive wire that is connected to the inclined 11 and / or weft yarn 12 is integrally constrained to the conductive weave (1), Weave the conductive line exposed section b, which is exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric 1 by a predetermined length without being woven to the warp and / or weft yarn, repeatedly formed.

Then, the weaving unit driving unit 350 is connected to transfer the moving force to the first to fourth support (311, 331, 321, 341), as shown in Figure 5a, to translate the first support 311 in the vertical direction, The second and third supports 331 and 321 are translated to move in the horizontal and vertical directions, and the fourth support 341 is configured to translate the front and rear directions. To this end, the weaving part driving device 350 includes a first support drive 351, a fourth support drive 352, a support lift driver 353, and a lateral drive 354.

The first support drive unit 351 is configured to swing the first support 311 up and down, and as the pull needle 342 is advanced in accordance with the forward movement of the fourth support 341, the inclined 11 is easily hooked up. Raising the first support 311 so as to lift the inclined needle 312, the operation of the inclined needle 312 is moved downward while the first support 311 is lowered when the fourth support 341 is backward Do this. The first support drive unit 351 can be configured to have a variety of mechanical mechanisms without limitation as long as the structure can move the first support 311 up and down. For example, the first support drive unit 351 is configured to raise or lower the first support 311 according to the rotational operation of the cam by installing a cam (not shown) on the axis rotated by a motor (not shown), or Consists of a cylinder (not shown) or a pneumatic cylinder (not shown) can be configured to raise and lower the first support in accordance with the forward and backward movement of the rod. In addition, the first support drive unit 351 may be configured by a belt driving device (not shown) having a motor, a pulley, a timing belt, and the like.

The fourth support drive unit 352 is configured to move the fourth support 341 forward and backward, so that the fourth support 341 can be moved forward and backward so that the pull needle 342 can be moved forward and backward, and provided with a cam. It can be configured to have a variety of well-known mechanical mechanisms such as a motor, an electric cylinder and a pneumatic cylinder.

The support elevating driving unit 353 is configured to elevate the second and third supports 331 and 321 up and down. As shown in FIG. 5A, the support elevating driving unit 353 is installed at both sides of the frame 300 and the second and third supports 331 and 321 are provided. The lifting block 353a to be inserted, and the lifting drive device 353b for elevating the lifting block 353a up and down. In this case, the lifting driving device 353b may be configured of an electric cylinder, a pneumatic cylinder, a motor having a cam, a belt driving device, or the like.

As illustrated in FIGS. 5A and 5B, the lateral driving unit 354 moves the second and third supports 331 and 321 in the lateral direction, and the second and third supports (1) are disposed on one side of the frame 300. Connecting rods 354a configured in a corresponding quantity so as to be connected to one end of the 331 and 321, a cam member 354b connected to each connecting rod 354a, and a cam member 354b connected to the output shaft, so that the second and third supports are supported. And a sensing sensor 354d for controlling the driving of the motor 354c by detecting a rotation angle of the motor 354c and the cam member 354b to provide a driving force to the control unit (not shown).

On the other hand, in the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus for weaving the conductive woven fabric of the type shown in Figure 1f described above, the conductive wire 13 is not constrained by the weft 12, as shown in Figure 4b and 6b, A restraint and release weave 360 for weaving the restraint and release weft 14, which ties the line 13 to the warp 11 and / or the weft 12, should be further provided.

Constraining and releasing weaving part 360 is inclined by the conductive line 13 in the conductive line weave section (a) by using a plurality of strands of weft supplied from the weft supply unit 240 is separately added to the reel mount (200) ( 11) and / or to be constrained to the weft 12, and to the inclined 11 and / or weft 12 in the conductive line exposed section (b) so that the conductive line 13 is not constrained to the conductive woven fabric (1) It is configured to weave.

Then, the restraint and release weaving part 360 is a weft for restraint and release on the fifth support (361) which is installed in the transverse direction at the position facing the second support (331) facing the second support (331). A plurality of restraining and releasing needles 362 to which the 14 is sewn are provided so that they may be arrange | positioned at the arrangement | positioning area of the conductive wire 13.

In addition, the weaving part driving device 350 swings the fifth support 361 in the horizontal and vertical directions, but restrains and releases the transverse range of the transverse movement of the fifth support 361 in the conductive line weaving section (a). The weft yarn 14 is operated in a range that is connected to the conductive line 13, and the weft yarn 14 for restraining and releasing the transverse translational movement range of the fifth support 361 in the conductive line exposed section b is conducted. It is configured to operate in the range which is not tied to the line 13.

To this end, a fifth support 361 is inserted into the elevating block 353a of the support elevating drive unit 353 configured to elevate the second and third supports 331 and 321 up and down, and the fifth support is transversely installed. In order to move, one further unit of the lateral drive unit 354 is constituted by the connecting rod 354a, the cam member 354b, the motor 354c, and the sensor 354d.

Meanwhile, reference numeral 301 of FIG. 5A is an input unit for inputting a driving signal of the weaving unit driving apparatus 350, and a controller (not shown) is a weaving unit driving apparatus 350 according to a signal input from the input unit 301. ) Can control the weaving form of the warp and weft, the transverse movement distance of the conductive line, and the amplitude of the conductive line bend and the number of bends when the conductive line is woven into the wave structure.

7 is a process block diagram for explaining a method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric according to a second embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to FIG. 7, the method of manufacturing the conductive woven fabric according to the second embodiment of the present invention relates to a method of manufacturing the conductive woven fabric of the type shown in FIGS. 2A to 2D by a weaving machine. Similar to the manufacturing method of the conductive woven fabric according to the present invention is provided with an inclined supply process (S1), weft supply process (S2), conductive wire supply process (S3), and woven fabric weaving process (S4), the woven fabric weaving process (S4) A conductive wire weaving process (S41) for weaving the lines together is included.

In the conductive wire weaving process S41, the conductive wire 13 is supplied during the conducting of the conductive wire weaving step S411 and the conductive wire weaving step S411 which causes the conductive wire 13 to be woven to the inclination 11. The conductive wire exposing step S412 is provided so as not to be woven on the warp 11 so as to be exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric 1 'by a predetermined length.

The weft supply process (S2) includes a first weft supply process (S21), a second weft supply process (S22), and a binding and release weft supply process (S23).

The first weft supply process S21 is to supply the first warp weft yarn 12a that is intertwined with the warp 11 to the inside with respect to the conductive line 13, and conducts the weaving process of the conductive wire S41. Later, the weft surface arranged on the inner side of the conductive woven fabric 1 'is formed.

The second weft supply process (see S22, FIG. 2C and FIG. 2D) supplies a second warp weft thread 12b that is twisted with the warp 11 to the outside based on the conductive line 13, but the conductive wire 13 In the range of the width corresponding to the arrangement width of), it is to be carried out so as to have a non-supply space that excludes the supply of the second warp weft.

Constraining and releasing weft supply process (S23, see Fig. 2b) is to tie the conductive line 13 selectively to the inclined 11 at a spaced position corresponding to the supply exclusion space formed in the second weft supply process (S22). It is a process of supplying the constraining and releasing weft yarn 12c of use.

In the conductive wire weaving step (S411, region a of FIG. 2A), a process of weaving the first and second warp weft yarns 12a and 12b and the restraint and release weft yarns 12c to the warp yarn 11 at the same time is performed. (Refer to FIG. 2D). The conductive wire 13 is bound to the warp 11 and the first warp weft 12a by the restraint and release weft yarn 12c to be restrained (see FIG. 2B). . In the conductive line weaving step S411, the conductive line 13 may be woven in a straight structure along the inclination 11 direction, but in the present embodiment, the conductive line 13 is woven so as to have a wavy structure.

Then, the conductive line exposure step (S412, region b of FIG. 2A) causes the first and second warp weft yarns 12a and 12b to be woven to the warp yarn 11, and the restraint and release weft yarns 12c to warp. The conductive line 13 is woven in the range so as not to be constrained to the warp yarn and the first warp weft yarn (see FIG. 2C), thereby reducing the lateral movement range of the fifth support 361 to be described later. When the constraining and releasing weft 12c is not tied to the conductive line 13 but is tied only to the inclined 11, the conductive line 13 is exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric 1 ′ to expose the conductive line exposed section. (b) is formed.

On the other hand, in the conductive wire weaving step (S411), the support line 15 is disposed on the left and right sides along the disposition path so that the protruding or twisting of the conductive wire 13 woven to the conductive woven fabric 1 'is prevented. It is preferably supplied and woven together. To this end, as will be described later (see FIG. 9), the support line needle 334 is installed on the second support 331 corresponding to the left and right sides of the conductive line needle 332 for weaving the conductive line 13. This can be achieved by threading and supplying.

The conductive woven fabric manufacturing method according to the second embodiment of the present invention can be carried out by the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus described in detail below.

8 is a schematic configuration diagram of a conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to a second embodiment of the present invention, Figure 9 is a perspective view of the main portion of a conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to a second embodiment of the present invention, the conductive according to the second embodiment The overall appearance structure of the woven fabric manufacturing apparatus and the weaving part driving device 350 are similar to those of the first embodiment, and thus, a detailed illustration thereof is omitted. In addition, the detailed description is abbreviate | omitted about the structure similar to the conductive fabric manufacturing apparatus which concerns on 1st Embodiment.

5A, 5B, 8, and 9, the conductive fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the second embodiment of the present invention, the warp 11, the first and second warp wefts 12a, 12b, And a weft feeder 210, a weft feeder 220, and a conductive wire feeder 230 for supplying the constraining and releasing weft yarn 12c, and a conductive wire 13 to perform a weaving process. Inclined weaving part 310, the first weft weaving part 370, the second weft weaving part 380, the conductive wire weaving part 330, the inclination induction part 340, and the weaving part driving device ( 350).

The inclined supply unit 210, the weft supply unit 220, and the conductive line supply unit 230 may be formed of a reel in which the inclined, the weft, and the conductive line are wound and stored as in the first embodiment, but the weft of the second embodiment may be the first and Since the second warp weft yarns 12a and 12b and the restraint and release weft yarns 12c are divided into reels, respectively.

The inclined weaving unit 310 is a configuration for weaving a plurality of strands inclined along the longitudinal direction from the inclined supply unit 210 inclined 11 to the first support 311 installed in the frame 300 in the transverse direction A plurality of inclined needles 312 to be sewn are installed.

The conductive wire weaving unit 330 is disposed above the inclined weaving unit 310 so as to weave at least one strand or more of the conductive wires 13 supplied from the conductive wire supplying unit 230 along the inclined direction. At least one conductive wire needle 332 to which the conductive wire 13 is sewn is provided on the second support 331 provided.

And, as shown in FIG. 9, the second support 331 may be formed on the left and right sides of the conductive wire needle 332 so that the support line 15 can be woven so as to be disposed on the left and right sides along the placement path of the conductive line 13. It is preferable that a support line needle 334 to which 15 is sewn is provided. At this time, the support line needle 334 is installed at a predetermined distance from the conductive line needle 332 to match the separation distance of the support line 15.

The inclination induction part 340 is disposed to face each other so as to pull the inclination 11 on the inclination weaving part 310, and interacts with the first and second weft weaving parts 370 and 380 and the conductive line weaving part 310. An inclined needle to the fourth support 341 which is installed in the transverse direction so as to enable the weaving operation of the warp 11, the first and the second warp weft yarns 12a and 12b and the conductive line 13 through A plurality of pull needles 342 for pulling the inclined 11 sewn on 312 are provided.

The first weft weaving unit 370 is disposed on one side of the conductive wire weaving unit 330, for the first warp weave of the multiple strands supplied from the weft supply unit 220 to form one side of the conductive weave 1 ′. In the structure which weaves the weft yarn 12a to the inclination 11, the many in which the 1st inclination weft yarn 12a is sewed to the 3a support base 371 which is installed in the transverse direction in contact with the inside of the 2nd support base 331, and is sewed. The weft needle 372 is disposed and installed, the weft guide bar 373 is provided in the transverse direction to guide the movement of the first warp weft for the upper side of the third a support (371).

The second weft weaving unit 380 is disposed on the other side of the conductive wire weaving unit 330, for the second strand weaving of a plurality of strands supplied from the weft supply unit 220 to form the other side of the conductive weave 1 '. A second warp thread is formed on the third b support 381 which is installed in the transverse direction in contact with the outside of the second support 331 facing the third a support 371 in a configuration of weaving the weft yarn 12b to the inclination 11. A plurality of weft needles 382 in which the weft yarns 12b are sewn are disposed and installed, and the weft guide rods 383 above the 3b support base 371 to guide the movement of the second warp weft yarns 12b. ) Is installed in the transverse direction.

The weaving drive unit 350 is inclined weave so that the first and second warp weft yarns 12a and 12b are woven in the orthogonal direction with respect to the warp 11, and the conductive line 13 is selectively woven in the warp direction. It is configured to operate the part 310, the first and second weft weaving parts 370 and 380, the conductive wire weaving part 330, and the warp induction part 340.

In particular, the weaving part driving device 350 is configured to selectively adjust operating regions of the first and second weft weaving parts 370 and 380 and the conductive wire weaving part 330, so that the conductive wire 13 is inclined ( 11) and / or conductive wire weave section a, which is woven into the first and second warp weft yarns 12a and 12b and is integrally restrained by the conductive woven fabric 1 ', and the conductive wire is warp and / or first It is characterized in that the conductive woven fabric having a conductive line exposed section (b) exposed to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length without being woven to the first and second warp weft yarns is characterized.

To this end, the weaving unit driving unit 350 translates the first support 311 in the vertical direction, translates the second, third, and third support bars 331, 371, and 381 in the horizontal and vertical directions, and the fourth A first support drive unit 351, a fourth support drive unit 352, and a support lift drive unit which are mechanically connected to transfer the moving force to the first to fourth support units so as to translate the support 341 in the forward and backward directions. 353 and a lateral drive 354. And, similar to the first embodiment described above, a detailed description thereof will be omitted, but a connecting rod 354a, a cam member 354b, and a motor 354c for driving the third b support 381 to the lateral drive unit 354 will be omitted. , And a sensor 354d is further provided.

On the other hand, in the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the second embodiment, the weft needle 382 in the range of the width corresponding to the placement width of the conductive wire needle 332, as shown in Figure 9 It is configured to have a needle-free section (e) omitting the arrangement of the points, and provided with a restraint and release weaving unit 360 to selectively weave the restraint and release weft to a region corresponding to the needle-free section (e). It is characterized by.

The restraining and releasing weaving part 360 is disposed in contact with the second weft weaving part 380 and has no needle section in the fifth support 361 which is swinged in the lateral and vertical directions by the weaving part driving device 350. A conductive yarn weaving needle 363 is disposed and provided in an area corresponding to e).

As the fifth support 361 swings the conductive thread weaving needle 362 in the lateral and vertical directions according to the operation of the weaving unit driving device 350, the fifth support 361 may conduct the conductive line weaving section a and the conductive line exposing section b. Weaving process is carried out to have. That is, as shown in FIGS. 2B and 9, the weft yarn 12c for restraining and releasing the movement distance (the transverse translation range of the fifth support base) of the conductive thread weaving needle 362 in the conductive line weaving section a is shown. Is operated in the range of being connected to the conductive line 13, and as shown in FIGS. 2C and 9, in the conductive line exposed section b, the moving distance of the conductive thread weaving needle 362 (the transverse translation of the fifth support) Range of motion) is operated in such a range that the binding and releasing weft 12c is not woven to the conductive line 13.

On the other hand, the process of weaving the conductive woven fabric using the conductive woven fabric manufacturing apparatus according to the second embodiment described above will be briefly described.

First, the conductive line weaving section (a) where the conductive line 13 is woven into the waveform structure through the input unit 301 and the conductive line exposing section (b) are formed at predetermined intervals, and the weaving unit driving device 350 is formed. When it is operated, the inclined 11 is moved up and down by the operation of the first support drive unit 351 is supplied to the pull needle 342 side, the fourth support is moved forward and backward in accordance with the operation of the fourth support drive unit 352 A pull needle 342 disposed at 341 pulls the inclination 11 to form a loop (nose), and the second, third, third, and third operations are performed by the operation of the support lift driver 353 and the transverse drive unit 354. , And the fifth support (331,371,381,361) performs the weaving process while performing the translational movement in the vertical and horizontal directions.

In more detail, the pulling needle 342 is advanced while the fourth support 341 is advanced during the ascending operation of the first support 311, and the second, third, third and fifth supports ( 331,371,381,361 are raised and moved to one side transverse side (the transverse drive side). Subsequently, the descending operation of the first support 311 and the backward operation of the fourth support 341 are simultaneously performed, and the pulling needle 342 pulls the inclination 11 to form a loop, wherein the second, third, The third and fifth supports 331, 371, 381, and 361 are gradually lowered while continuing one side transverse side (lateral drive side) movement by the set movement distance, respectively, and the first and second warp wefts, conductive lines, and restraints. And release weft yarns 12a, 12b, 13, and 12c are interwoven with the warp 11.

Subsequently, as the first support 311 is raised and the fourth support 341 is advanced, the pull needle 342 is advanced, and the second, third a, third b, and fifth supports 331, 371, 381, and 361 together with the upward motion. On the contrary, it is moved to the other transverse side (the opposite direction of the transverse drive). Subsequently, the lowering operation of the first support 311 is performed and the reverse operation of the fourth support 341 is performed, and the pulling needle 342 pulls the inclination 11 to form a loop. At this time, the second, third a, third b and the fifth support (331, 371, 381, 361) are gradually lowered while continuing to move the other side (lateral drive) by the set movement distance, respectively, for the first and second inclined weaving The weft yarns 12a and 12b, the conductive lines 13, and the restraining and releasing weft yarns 12c are once again intertwined with the warp yarns 11.

In this manner, simultaneously with the lifting operation of the first support 311 and the forward and backward operation of the fourth support 341, the second, third, third, and fifth support members 331, 371, 381 and 361 move up and down to one side and the other side. When the operation is repeatedly performed, the first and second warp weft yarns 12a and 12b are disposed on both sides of the warp 11, and the conductive lines are located at positions corresponding to the inside of the restraint and release weft yarns 12c. The conductive woven material 1 'of the form (13) arrange | positioned (refer FIG. 2B) is woven, and is discharged | emitted below.

At this time, in the conductive weaving section a, the rotation range of the motor 354c of the transverse drive unit 354 connected to the fifth support 361 under the control of a controller (not shown) is increased, so that Conductive weave 1 'as shown in FIG. 2B by operating the weft 12c for restraining and releasing the travel distance (the transverse translational range of the fifth support 351) to the conductive wire 13. Weave the conductive line weaving section (a). On the contrary, in the conductive line exposed section b, under the control of the control unit, the rotation range of the motor 354c is reduced to restrain and release the moving distance of the conductive thread weaving needle 362 (the transverse translation range of the fifth support). By operating the weft yarn 12c in a range that is not woven to the conductive wire 13, the conductive wire exposed section b of the conductive woven fabric 1 'as shown in Fig. 2C is woven.

As described above, the conductive woven fabric according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention, a manufacturing method and a manufacturing apparatus thereof are shown in accordance with the above description and drawings, but this is merely described for example and does not depart from the spirit of the present invention. It will be apparent to those skilled in the art that various changes and modifications can be made therein.

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Claims (29)

  1. In the conductive woven fabric,
    Warp of multiple strands disposed along the longitudinal direction;
    A plurality of strands of weft threaded to the warp yarn; And
    Woven on the surface, including at least one strand of conductive wires arranged and woven along the longitudinal direction,
    A conductive wire weave section in which the conductive wire is woven in at least one of the warp and weft yarns to be integrally bound to the conductive woven fabric, and the conductive woven fabric is not woven in at least one of the warp and weft yarns. A conductive woven fabric, characterized in that configured to have a conductive line exposed section exposed to the outside by a predetermined length.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    Supplied together at the time of weaving the conductive wire, the conductive wire is woven so as to be constrained to at least one of the inclined and weft yarns in the conductive wire weaving section, and at least one or more of the inclined and weft yarns in the conductive line exposed section. A conductive woven fabric comprising a weft for restraining and releasing the weaved to be woven in the conductive wire is not constrained to the conductive woven fabric.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The weft,
    A first warp weft yarn which is braided with the warp inwardly based on the conductive line;
    A second warp weft yarn that is woven with the warp on the outside of the conductive line but woven so that a supply-excluded space is not formed in the range of the width corresponding to the width of the conductive wire; And
    Constraining and releasing weft thread is woven on the inclined to selectively restrain the conductive line at a position corresponding to the supply exclusion space,
    The constraining and releasing weft is woven so that the conductive line is bound together with the warp and the first warp weft in the conductive line weaving section, and the conductive line is exposed to the warp and the first warp in the conductive line exposed section. Conductive woven fabric, characterized in that weaving within the range that is not bound to the weft for weaving.
  4. The method of claim 3,
    The warp yarn is conductive woven fabric, characterized in that composed of stretchable fiber yarn so that the conductive woven fabric has a stretch in the longitudinal direction.
  5. The method of claim 3,
    The conductive woven fabric, characterized in that the support line is woven to be arranged on the left and right sides along the arrangement path so that the twisting of the conductive line is prevented.
  6. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 5,
    The conductive wire is woven to be arranged in a straight structure or waveform structure along the inclined direction.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    The conductive wire is a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that formed in a bundle by weaving a plurality of insulated conductive yarns covered with a plurality of strands of fiber.
  8. The method according to claim 6,
    The conductive line
    An elastic extension disposed in the inner center;
    A plurality of insulated conductive yarns wound around the extension; And
    A conductive woven fabric comprising an outer skin layer formed on the outer peripheral surface of the conductive yarn to have elasticity.
  9. In the manufacturing method of the conductive woven fabric to perform a warp feeding process for supplying the warp of the plurality of strands along the longitudinal direction, the weft supply process for supplying the weft of the multiple strands, and the weaving weaving process of weaving the weft yarn on the warp. ,
    A conductive wire supply process for supplying at least one strand or more conductive wires in a supply direction of the weft yarn,
    The weaving process of weaving includes a conducting wire weaving process of weaving the conductive wires together, wherein the conducting wire weaving process includes a conducting wire weaving step of weaving the conducting wire to the inclination and during the conducting of the conducting wire weaving step. And a conductive wire exposure step of exposing the conductive wire to the outside of the conductive woven fabric by a predetermined length so that the conductive wire is supplied but not woven to the inclination.
  10. 10. The method of claim 9,
    The weft supply process includes a restraint and release weft supply process for supplying the restraint and release weft for the purpose of tying the conductive wire to the inclination,
    The conductive wire weaving step is carried out by weaving the binding and releasing weft yarns to the warp yarns so that the conductive wires are tied together and tied to the warp yarns and weft yarns.
    The conducting wire exposure step is carried out the process of tying the restraint and release weft to the inclined, the manufacturing method of the conductive woven fabric, characterized in that the restraint and release weft is carried out to prevent the weaving.
  11. 10. The method of claim 9,
    The weft supply process may include: a first weft supply process of supplying a first warp weft yarn which is intertwined with the warp yarn inwardly based on the conductive line; Supplying the second warp weft for weaving the warp yarns to the outside based on the conductive wire, but the supply exclusion space excluding the supply of the second warp weft yarn in the range of the width corresponding to the placement width of the conductive wire Second weft supply process implemented to have; And supplying the restraining and releasing weft for supplying the restraining and releasing weft for the purpose of selectively weaving the conductive wire to the inclination at a position spaced to correspond to the supply excluding space.
    In the step of weaving the conductive wire, the process of tying the first and second warp weft yarns and the restraint and release weft yarns to the warp yarns at the same time may be performed. It is implemented by being tied together and bound to the first warp weft,
    In the conductive line exposing step, the first and second warp weft yarns are threaded to the warp yarns, and the binding and release weft yarns are warped to warp yarns, and the conductive wires are restrained to the warp yarns and the first warp weft yarns. A method of producing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that it is carried out so as to be woven in the range to avoid.
  12. 12. The method of claim 11,
    The inclined supplied in the inclined supply process is a method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that carried out using a stretchable fiber yarn so that the conductive woven fabric has a stretch in the longitudinal direction.
  13. 12. The method of claim 11,
    The conductive wire weaving step is a method for producing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that the support line is supplied with the conductive wires are arranged on the left and right sides along the arrangement path so that the twisting of the conductive wires is prevented.
  14. 14. The method according to any one of claims 9 to 13,
    The conductive wire weaving step, the conductive wire is a manufacturing method of the conductive weave, characterized in that the weave so that arranged in a straight structure or waveform structure along the inclined direction.
  15. 15. The method of claim 14,
    The conductive line
    Plural strands of insulated conductive yarns are covered with plural strands of fiber and formed into a bundle,
    A method of manufacturing a conductive woven fabric comprising a stretchable extension, a plurality of insulated conductive yarns wound around the extension wire, and a fiber yarn wound around the outer circumferential surface of the conductive yarn.
  16. In the manufacturing apparatus of a conductive woven material,
    An inclined weaving unit for weaving a plurality of strands inclined along the longitudinal direction from the inclined supply unit;
    Weft weaving unit for weaving a plurality of strands of weft supplied from the weft supply unit;
    A conductive wire weaving unit for weaving at least one strand of conductive wires supplied from the conductive wire supply unit;
    An inclination induction part for pulling the inclination of the inclined weaving part to enable the weaving operation of the inclination, weft and conductive lines through interaction with the weft weaving part and the conductive wire weaving part; And
    And a weaving unit driving device for weaving the weft yarn in a direction orthogonal to the inclination by operating the inclined weaving portion, the weft weaving portion, the conductive line weaving portion, and the inclination induction portion, and selectively weaving the conductive line to the inclination. An apparatus for producing a conductive woven product, characterized in that the.
  17. 17. The method of claim 16,
    The weaving part driving device is configured to selectively adjust the operating area of the weft weaving part and the conductive wire weaving part, the conductive wire is woven in at least one or more of the inclined and weft yarns to be integrally bound to the conductive weave. The conductive line weaving section to be weaved and the conductive line exposed section exposed to the outside of the conductive weave by a predetermined length without being woven in at least one of the inclined and weft yarns can be repeatedly formed, weaving An apparatus for producing a conductive woven product, characterized in that the.
  18. 18. The method of claim 17,
    The inclined weaving portion is composed of a plurality of inclined needles are arranged inclined to the first support is installed in the frame in the transverse direction,
    The conductive wire weaving part is configured by arranging at least one conductive wire needle which is disposed on the second support base which is disposed above the inclined weaving part and is installed in the transverse direction,
    The weft weaving unit is configured to be arranged a plurality of weft needles are sewn with a weft yarn in a third support that is installed in the transverse direction in contact with the second support,
    The inclination induction part is configured to be arranged with a plurality of pull needles for pulling the inclined stitched on the inclined needle to the fourth support installed in the transverse direction facing the first support,
    The weaving part driving device is connected to transmit the moving force to the first to fourth supports, to translate the first support in the vertical direction, and to translate the second and third support in the transverse direction and the vertical direction And the fourth supporter is configured to translate the fourth support in the front-rear direction.
  19. 19. The method of claim 18,
    The conductive wire is woven so as to be constrained to at least one of the inclined and weft yarns in the conductive wire weaving section by using a plurality of strands of wefts supplied from the weft supplying unit, and at least one of the inclined and weft yarns in the conductive wire exposed section. Apparatus for producing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that weaving in more than one place, the conductive wire is provided with a restraining and releasing weaving unit weaving so as not to be constrained to the conductive woven fabric.
  20. 20. The method according to any one of claims 16 to 19,
    The weaving unit driving device,
    A first support driver which swings the first support up and down;
    A fourth support driver for advancing the fourth support forward and backward;
    A support lift driver for elevating the second and third supports up and down; And
    Apparatus for producing a conductive woven fabric comprising a transverse drive for moving the second and third support in the transverse direction.
  21. 21. The method of claim 20,
    The transverse driving unit includes:
    A connecting rod configured to have a corresponding quantity to be connected to one end of the second and third supports on one side of the frame;
    A cam member connected to each of the connecting rods;
    A motor connected to the output shaft to provide a driving force to the second and third supports; And
    Apparatus for producing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that it comprises a sensor for sensing the rotation angle of the cam member to control the driving of the motor.
  22. 21. The method of claim 20,
    The restraint and release weaving part may include a plurality of needles in which a weft for restraint and release thread is sewn on a fifth support provided in a transverse direction at a position facing the third support opposite to the second support. Configured to be placed in,
    The weaving unit driving device swings the fifth support in the transverse direction and the vertical direction, the range of the transverse translational movement of the fifth support of the fifth support in the weaving section of the conductive line is woven with a conductive wire And operating the transverse translating range of the fifth support in the conductive line exposed section in such a range that the restraint and release weft is not bound to the conductive line. .
  23. In the manufacturing apparatus of a conductive woven material,
    An inclined weaving unit for weaving a plurality of strands inclined along the longitudinal direction from the inclined supply unit;
    A conductive wire weaving unit disposed above the inclined weaving unit to weave at least one strand of the conductive wires supplied from the conductive wire supply unit along the inclined direction;
    A first weft weaving part disposed on one side of the conductive wire weaving part, for weaving a plurality of strands of the first warp weaving weft yarn supplied from the weft supply part to form one side of the conductive weaving material on a warp yarn;
    A second weft weaving part disposed on the other side of the conductive wire weaving part, for weaving a plurality of strands of the second warp weaving weft yarn supplied from the weft supply part to form the other side of the conductive weaving material on the warp yarn;
    The warp yarns arranged to face each other so as to pull the warp yarns on the warp weave side, and the warp weft yarns for the warp yarns, the first and the second warp weaving yarns through interaction with the first and the second weft warp yarns and the conductive wire weaving unit; An inclination inducing unit to enable a weaving operation of the conductive line; And
    The warp weave, the first and the second weft weaving, the warp weaving part, the first and the second weft weaving part, the weaving wire weaving so that the conductive line is weaved selectively in the warp direction. And a weaving part driving device for operating the warp induction part.
  24. 24. The method of claim 23,
    The weaving part driving device is configured to selectively adjust the operating region of the first and second weft weaving part and the conductive wire weaving part, wherein the conductive wire is at least one of the warp yarn and the first and second warp weaving yarn. A conductive wire weave section, which is woven at one or more places and is integrally constrained to the conductive woven fabric, and the conductive wire is not woven at least one or more of the warp yarn and the first and second warp weaving yarns, without the outside of the conductive woven fabric. Apparatus for producing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that the weaving so that the conductive line exposed section exposed to the predetermined length by repeated, formed.
  25. 25. The method of claim 24,
    The inclined weaving portion is composed of a plurality of inclined needles are arranged inclined to the first support is installed in the frame in the transverse direction,
    The conductive wire weaving portion is configured by arranging at least one conductive wire needle to which the conductive wire is sewn on the second support provided in the lateral direction,
    The first weft weaving unit is composed of a plurality of weft needles are sewn to the first warp weaving thread is arranged on the 3a support installed in the transverse direction,
    The second weft weaving part is composed of a plurality of weft needles are sewn second weaving weaving yarn for the third b supporter is installed in the transverse direction,
    The inclination induction part is configured to be arranged a plurality of pull needles for pulling the inclined stitched to the inclined needle to the fourth support that is installed in the transverse direction,
    The weaving part driving device is connected to transmit the moving force to the first to fourth supports, to translate the first support in the vertical direction, and to move the second, 3a, 3b support in the horizontal and vertical direction Translating motion in the direction, and configured to translate the fourth support in the front-rear direction.
  26. 26. The method of claim 25,
    The second weft weaving unit is configured to have a needle non-installation section in which the weft needle is not disposed in the range of the width corresponding to the placement width of the conductive wire needle,
    Constraining and releasing woven fabric in which a conductive weaving needle is disposed in an area corresponding to the non-installation section of the fifth support that is disposed in contact with the second weft weaving portion and is swinged in the horizontal and vertical directions by the weaving unit driving device. With wealth,
    The weaving unit driving device swings the fifth support in the transverse direction and the vertical direction, the range of the transverse translational movement of the fifth support of the fifth support in the weaving section of the conductive line is woven with a conductive wire And operating the transverse translating range of the fifth support in the conductive line exposed section in such a range that the restraint and release weft is not bound to the conductive line. .
  27. The method of claim 26,
    The second support,
    Apparatus for producing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that the support line needles are provided on both sides of the conductive line needle so that the support line is woven to be arranged on the left and right sides along the path of the conductive line.
  28. 28. The method according to any one of claims 23 to 27,
    The weaving unit driving device,
    A first support driver which swings the first support up and down;
    A fourth support driver for advancing the fourth support forward and backward;
    A support elevating driving unit for elevating the second, third, third, and fifth supports up and down; And
    And a lateral drive unit for moving the second, third, third, and fifth supports in the lateral direction.
  29. 29. The method of claim 28,
    The transverse driving unit includes:
    A connecting rod configured to have a corresponding quantity to be connected to one end of the second, third, third and fifth supports on one side of the frame;
    A cam member connected to each of the connecting rods;
    A motor connected to the output shaft to provide a driving force to the second, third, third and fifth supports; And
    Apparatus for producing a conductive woven fabric, characterized in that it comprises a sensor for sensing the rotation angle of the cam member to control the driving of the motor.
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