KR101545712B1 - Fixing jig, fixing device, and fixing and conveying carrier for parts - Google Patents

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KR101545712B1
KR101545712B1 KR1020130132248A KR20130132248A KR101545712B1 KR 101545712 B1 KR101545712 B1 KR 101545712B1 KR 1020130132248 A KR1020130132248 A KR 1020130132248A KR 20130132248 A KR20130132248 A KR 20130132248A KR 101545712 B1 KR101545712 B1 KR 101545712B1
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A fixing jig and a fixing device for a component capable of stably and easily fixing various parts and a fixed transportation carrier are provided.
The fixture jig 1 of the component includes a plurality of magnets 20 arranged along the arrangement direction with the N pole facing the one side of the arrangement direction D1 of the components 100, The magnet 20 has a dimension in a direction D3 connecting the magnet 20 side and the component 100 side to a dimension in a direction connecting the N pole and the S pole Shape.

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BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a fixing jig and a fixing device,

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a fixing jig and a fixing device for fixing various parts such as electronic parts and a carrier for carrying parts for fixing various parts in a fixed state.

Conventionally, sealing of packages and leads of electronic components such as piezoelectric vibrators and semiconductor elements is performed by seam welding. This seam welding is generally carried out by placing a lead on the opening of the package and then applying a pulse voltage while pressing a pair of welding rollers against the contact portion between the package and the lead and rolling it. In addition, a process of contacting the lead to the package by spot welding or the like may be provided before the seam welding.

In recent years, as electronic parts are getting smaller and smaller, the sizes of packages and leads are very small. Therefore, positional deviation easily occurs in the leads on the package only by receiving a little external force. If seam welding or seam welding is performed in a state where the position of the lead is misaligned, defective sealing tends to occur and the yield of the product is lowered. For this reason, a method has been proposed in which the lead is fixed at a predetermined position on the package by sucking the lead by the magnet (for example, see Patent Document 1 or 2).

Patent Document 1: Japanese Patent No. 3194544 Patent Document 2: Japanese Patent No. 3416919

However, in the technique described in Patent Document 1 or 2, since a disk-shaped magnet having the magnetization direction (the direction connecting the N pole and the S pole) in the radial direction is used, the attractive force is weak, There was a problem. In other words, since the loss due to the large magnetic force lines generated from the magnetic pole surfaces other than the magnetic pole surfaces (N pole surface and S pole surface) is large, and the magnetic pole portions are arranged so as to attract the leads (cap) There was a problem that the small size and the magnetic force were liable to be lost.

In addition, since the thickness in the direction toward the package and the lead becomes thin, there is a problem that it is easily affected by heat at the time of spot welding or seam welding, and potatoes are liable to be generated by heat. Further, since the magnetization direction is the diametrical direction, it is difficult to discriminate which direction in the magnet is the magnetization direction, and the direction of the magnet is not determined because it is necessary to accommodate the magnet in the recess of the circular section. There was also a difficult problem.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION In view of the foregoing, it is an object of the present invention to provide a fixing jig and a fixing device for a component that can stably and easily fix various components and a fixed transportation carrier.

(1) According to the present invention, there is provided a magnetic bearing device comprising: a plurality of magnets arranged along the arrangement direction with N poles directed to one side of an arrangement direction of components; and a holding member for holding the magnets, And a dimension in a direction connecting the component side and the component side is equal to or larger than a dimension in a direction connecting the N-pole and the S-pole.

(2) In the fixing jig for a part according to (1), the magnet has a N-pole surface and a S-pole surface in a substantially planar shape.

(3) In the fixing jig for a component according to (1) or (2), the magnet may be arranged over a range longer than the component along the arrangement direction. It is a fixed jig.

(4) According to the present invention, there is provided a fixing jig for a part according to (3), wherein the magnet comprises a magnet for attraction arranged at a position corresponding to each of the components, And an adjusting magnet which is disposed at a position where the magnet is not disposed.

(5) Further, the present invention is a component fixing device, characterized by comprising a fixing jig for the component according to any one of (1) to (4), and a supporting member for supporting the component.

(6) The present invention is the component fixing apparatus according to (5), further comprising a moving mechanism for moving the fixing jig so as to be close to the component.

(7) The present invention also provides a fixing jig for a component according to any one of (1) to (4), and a component holding member for holding the component, Carrier.

(8) Further, the present invention is a fixed carrier for a component according to (7), wherein the carrier is also used as the component carrier.

According to the fixing jig and fixing device of the present invention and the fixed carrying carrier, it is possible to obtain an excellent effect of stably and easily fixing various parts.

Fig. 1 (a) is a plan view of a fixing jig for a component according to an embodiment of the present invention, and Fig. 1 (b) is a bottom view of a fixing jig for a component.
2 (a) is a sectional view taken along line AA in Fig. 1 (a), and Fig. 2 (b) is an enlarged view showing a portion B in Fig.
3 (a) and 3 (b) are perspective views showing the appearance of the magnet.
FIG. 4A is a schematic view showing a state of a magnetic line of force generated by a magnet which has been conventionally used, and FIG. 4B is a schematic diagram showing a state of a magnetic line of force generated by a magnet of the present embodiment.
5 (a) and 5 (b) are schematic views showing the operation of the adjusting magnet.
6 is a schematic view showing another operation of the adjusting magnet.
Figs. 7 (a) and 7 (b) are schematic views showing other arrangement examples of magnets. Fig.
8 (a) to 8 (c) are schematic views showing a component fixing apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention.
9 (a) and 9 (b) are schematic views showing a fixed transport carrier of a component according to an embodiment of the present invention.

DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings.

FIG. 1 (a) is a plan view of a fixing jig 1 of a component according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 1 (b) is a bottom view of a fixing jig 1 of a component. 2 (a) is a cross-sectional view taken along the line A-A of Fig. 1 (a), and Fig. 2 (b) is an enlarged view of a portion B shown in Fig. The component fixing jig 1 (hereinafter, simply referred to as "fixing jig 1") of the present embodiment is disposed on the lower side of various trays or carrier, (Positioning).

As shown in these drawings, the stationary jig 1 is provided with a substantially planar holding member 10 and a magnet 20 which is a permanent magnet arranged in a matrix form on the holding member 10 . In the present embodiment, the component 100 includes a ceramic package 100a in which an electronic component such as a piezoelectric vibrator is housed, and a ceramic package 100a on the package 100a so as to cover the opening of the package 100a. And a lead 100b, and the lead 100b is bonded to the package 100a by spot welding. That is, the fixed jig 1 is configured such that the lead 100b, which is a ferromagnetic substance, is attracted by the magnetic force of the magnet 20 to press the lead 100b onto the package 100a, 100 are pressed onto various trays or transport carriers for positioning and fixing.

The holding member 10 is formed in a substantially rectangular flat plate shape, and a plurality of receiving recesses 11 are formed on the upper surface 10a side. The accommodating concave portion 11 accommodates the magnet 20 therein and holds the magnet 20 at a predetermined position. In this embodiment, the accommodating concave portion 11 has a substantially rectangular parallelepiped shape conforming to the shape of the magnet 20. An access hole 12 having a substantially circular cross section is provided at the bottom of the accommodating concave portion 11. The access hole 12 is for accessing the accommodating concave portion 11 from the bottom surface 10b side and is for facilitating attachment and detachment of the magnet 20 in the accommodating concave portion 11. [

A positioning hole 13 for positioning the fixing jig 1 and a bolt or the like for fixing the holding member 10 to a mount or the like are inserted into the vicinity of both ends in the longitudinal direction of the holding member 10, Holes 14 are provided. The small holes 15 provided in the vicinity of both ends in the width direction of the holding member 10 are used for positioning at the time of assembling the holding member 10.

The holding member 10 is constituted by laminating a plurality of plates as shown in Fig. 2 (b). Specifically, a plurality of thin plates 10d having through-holes 16 constituting the accommodating concave portions 11 are laminated on a base plate 10c on which the access holes 12 are formed, and these are laminated by spot welding, The support member 10 is constituted. In the present embodiment, the base plate 10c and the thin plate 10d are made of SUS304 which is a non-magnetic material.

As shown in Fig. 1 (a), the accommodating concave portions 11 are arranged in a line along the longitudinal direction of the holding member 10, and the rows of the accommodating concave portions 11 are arranged in the width direction There are 16 rows. In other words, the accommodating concave portions 11 are arranged in a matrix of 32 x 16 in the holding member 10. In this embodiment, since the accommodating concave portions 11 are omitted at four places that interfere with the insertion through holes 14, actually, 32 x 16-4 = 508 accommodating concave portions 11 are held Is provided on the member (10).

Out of these accommodating concave portions 11, 28 x 16 = 448 inward portions excluding two both ends in the longitudinal direction of the holding member 10 are provided in the suction accommodating concave portion 11a. That is, the fixing jig 1 according to the present embodiment has 448 pieces of the components 100 (28 pieces) arranged in a matrix of 28 x 16 in the first arrangement direction (D1) and 16 pieces in the second arrangement direction (D2) (100b) are individually attracted and fixed by the magnetic force of the magnet (20). The 2x16-4 = 28 accommodating concave portions 11 at the both ends in the longitudinal direction of the holding member 10 are arranged in the circumferential direction of the magnet 1 Receiving recess portion 11b for disposing the fitting recess 20 therein.

The magnet 20 is accommodated in the accommodating concave portion 11 as described above, thereby being disposed at a predetermined position. Therefore, the 448 magnets 20 accommodated in the suction accommodating concave portion 11a are disposed at positions corresponding to the component 100, and serve as suction magnets 21 for actually attracting the component 100. As shown in Fig. The twenty-eight magnets 20 accommodated in the adjusting accommodating concave portion 11b are the adjusting magnets 22 for adjusting the magnetic line state.

As shown in Fig. 2 (b), all the magnets 20 are disposed so as to face the N pole at one side in the longitudinal direction of the holding member 10 (right side in the drawing in this embodiment). In other words, all of the magnets 20 are arranged on one side of the first arrangement direction D1 so as to face the N pole. Of these magnets 20, the attracting magnets 21 are disposed so as to be located immediately below (directly below) each component within the arrangement range M of the component 100. [ Further, the adjustment magnet 22 is disposed at an appropriate position outside the arrangement range M of the component 100. [

3 (a) and 3 (b) are perspective views showing the appearance of the magnet 20. In this embodiment, as shown in Fig. 3 (a), the magnet 20 is formed into a substantially cubic shape. That is, the dimension (total length) L1 of the first arrangement direction D1, the dimension (total length) L2 of the second arrangement direction D2 of the component 100, and the dimensions of the vertical direction D3 Length) L3 are substantially equal to each other. By thus forming the shape of the magnet 20, the component 100 can be securely and stably fixed and the potatoes can be reduced. More specifically, the dimension L1 of the first arrangement direction D1, which is the direction connecting the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b of the magnet 20 (the direction connecting the N pole and the S pole, that is, the magnetization direction) And the dimension L3 of the up and down direction D3 which is the direction of connecting the magnet 20 side to the component 100 side is made as long as possible so as to be generated by the plurality of magnets 20 (Fixed) of the component 100 and the reduction of the potato can be made compatible with each other.

4A is a schematic view showing a state of a magnetic line of force generated by a magnet 23 which has been conventionally used, and FIG. 4B is a view showing a state of a magnetic line of force generated by the magnet 20 of the present embodiment Fig. In these drawings, the description of the lines of magnetic force indicated by the dotted lines is not necessarily accurate. 4 (a), the magnet 23 conventionally used for fixing the component 100 has the dimension D3 in the up-and-down direction D3 reduced and the dimensions of the first arrangement direction D1 as It was common to lengthen. However, when the magnet 23 is configured as described above, there is a problem that the magnetic force lines generated from the magnetic pole surfaces other than the N pole surface 23a and the S pole surface 23b, that is, free magnetic poles, are increased.

In the conventional magnet 23, since the interval between the magnets 23 is narrowed by increasing the dimension of the first arrangement direction D1, the N pole surface 23a and the S pole surface 23b facing each other are connected to each other A large number of lines of magnetic force are generated and a plurality of magnets 23 arranged in the first arrangement direction D1 are easily made to act as one elongated magnet. That is, the lines of magnetic force generated from the N-pole surface 23a and the S-pole surface 23b are not effectively used for sucking the component 100 and are wasted, The suction force is weakened and the potato becomes larger.

4 (b), according to the magnet 20 of the present embodiment, the dimension L1 of the first arrangement direction D1 is relatively shortened and the dimension L3 of the vertical direction D3 It is possible to increase the lines of magnetic force generated from the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b which are the pole faces and to reduce the magnetic force lines generated from the pole faces other than the pole face. That is, it is possible to reduce the free stimulation and to attract the component 100 by the magnetic force lines mainly generated from the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b.

Further, according to the magnet 20 of the present embodiment, even when the components 100 are arranged at the same pitch as the conventional one, the interval between the magnets 20 can be widened, It is possible to reduce the lines of magnetic force connecting the pole faces 20b and make it difficult for the plurality of magnets 20 arranged in the first arrangement direction D1 to act as one elongated magnet. That is, the interference of the adjacent magnets 20 is reduced, and the magnetic force lines generated from the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b of each magnet 20 are effectively used to attract the component 100 Is possible.

Although the illustration is omitted, the magnet 20 of the present embodiment is configured such that the dimension L1 of the first arrangement direction D1 is relatively short and the dimension L3 of the vertical direction D3 is relatively long, (The package 100a and the lead 100b) are hardly affected by the heat at the time of welding. That is, by shortening the dimension L1 of the first arrangement direction D1, the heat receiving area of the heat transmitted from the component 100 side is reduced and the dimension L3 of the up and down direction D3 is made longer, 20). As a result, it is difficult to generate potatoes due to heat.

As described above, the magnet 20 of the present embodiment has less aged potatoes than conventional magnets 23, and is less prone to heat-induced demagnetization, and the individual magnets 20 can generate attracting force of appropriate strength . That is, the magnet 20 has an optimal shape for attracting and fixing a plurality of parts 100 arranged in the first arrangement direction D1 by the plurality of magnets 20. [

3 (a), in the magnet 20 of the present embodiment, the dimension L1 of the first arrangement direction D1 and the dimension L2 of the second arrangement direction D2 of the component 100 The dimension L3 of the vertical direction D3 is substantially the same, but it is needless to say that the dimensions of the magnet 20 are not limited thereto. That is, if the dimension L1 is equal to or smaller than the dimension L3, that is, equal to or smaller than the dimension L3, it is possible to reliably obtain the above effect. Even when the dimension L1 is longer than the dimension L3, the above effects can be sufficiently obtained if the dimension L1 is 110% or less of the dimension L3.

The specific values and ratios of the dimensions L1 and L3 may be appropriately set according to the dimensional shape of the component 100, the arrangement pitch of the components 100, the degree of magnetization of the magnet 20, The specific value of the dimension L2 or the ratio of the dimension L2 to the dimensions L1 and L3 is not particularly limited and may be appropriately set according to the dimensional shape of the component 100. However, From the viewpoint of reducing the hydrothermal area, it is preferable that the dimension L2 is equal to or smaller than the dimension L1.

The magnet 20 preferably has a size equal to or smaller than the size of the component 100 in order to reliably and stably attract the component 100. Therefore, it is preferable that the dimensions L1, L2, and L3 are each 5 mm or less when the component 100 is a minute electronic component such as the surface mount type piezoelectric vibrator. If the dimension L1 is 2 mm or less, desirable. In the present embodiment, the dimensions L1, L2, and L3 of the magnets 20 are set to 2 mm, respectively.

It is needless to say that the shape of the magnet 20 is not limited to a substantially cubic or rectangular parallelepiped, and any other suitable shape may be employed. For example, the magnet 20 may have a cylindrical shape as shown in FIG. 4 (b), and may have a cylindrical shape or a polygonal shape, although not shown. When the magnet 20 is formed in a columnar shape, a cylindrical shape, or the like, it is preferable that the magnetization direction is the direction of the axis C as shown in Fig. 4 (b). By doing so, magnetization and anisotropy can be facilitated, so that it becomes possible to obtain a necessary magnetic force without increasing the size of the magnet 20. Since the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b, which are the pole faces, can be formed in a substantially planar shape, the free magnetic poles can be reduced and the magnetic lines of force generated from the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b can be effectively So that it becomes possible to suck the component 100 by utilizing it. In addition, it is easy to identify the magnetization direction of the magnet 20, and it is easy to fix and arrange the magnet 20 by determining the magnetization direction.

Further, the material (kind) of the magnet 20 is not particularly limited, and it is of course possible to adopt a magnet suitable for a necessary attraction force or use environment such as a ferrite magnet, neodymium magnet, samarium cobalt magnet or alnico magnet.

5 (a) and 5 (b) are schematic views showing the action of the adjusting magnet 22. Fig. As described above, in the present embodiment, the adjustment magnet 22 is disposed outside the arrangement range M of the component 100 at a position not corresponding to the component 100, so that the magnetic force line state . Thereby, the component 100 can be held more reliably and stably.

5 (a) shows an example in which the adjustment magnet 22 is not disposed. As described above, in the present embodiment, the magnets 20 are constituted so that magnetic lines of force generated from the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b increase. Therefore, in the case of using only the attracting magnet 21 arranged correspondingly for each part 100 without disposing the adjusting magnet 22, for example, it is possible to prevent the attraction between the S pole side end (other end) The lead 100b sucked by the attracting magnet 21 is pulled more strongly toward the S pole face 20b where the magnetic force lines from the distant place are concentrated, as shown in Fig. 5 (a). Likewise, though not shown, the lead 100b sucked by the attracting magnet 21 on the N pole side (one end) in the first arrangement direction D1 has an N pole surface 20a ) To be pulled more strongly.

Then, when the entire part 100 is small and lightweight, for example, the part 100 disposed at both ends of the arrangement range M changes its posture so as to follow the magnetic line of force. As a result, there is a case where the state is the same as that shown in a). In addition, when the lead 100b is not sufficiently folded, there is a possibility that the lead 100b deviates from the package 100a.

In this embodiment, the adjustment magnet 22 is arranged to avoid such a phenomenon. In other words, by disposing the magnets 20 beyond the arrangement range M of the parts 100 on both sides of the first arrangement direction D1, the magnetic lines of force passing through distant places as shown in FIG. 5 (b) The magnetic flux line state acting on the part 100 at the end of the arrangement range M is moved away from the component 100 while the S pole surface 20b (N pole surface 20a) And the magnetic force lines acting on the magnet 100 are equal.

Thereby, it becomes possible to stably fix all the components 100 arranged in the arrangement range M. That is, as shown in FIG. 5B, all the leads 100b can be properly pressed toward the package 100a by the magnetic force of the corresponding suction magnet 21, so that the package 100a The position of the lead 100b relative to the component 100 can be fixed so as not to be displaced and the entire component 100 can be fixed.

In this embodiment, the attracting magnets 21 and the adjusting magnets 22 are constituted by substantially the same magnets 20, and the distance between the attracting magnets 21 (that is, the distance between the attracting magnets 21 The arrangement pitch P1) and the distance P2 between the attracting magnet 21 and the adjusting magnet 22 are substantially the same, but the present invention is not limited thereto. That is, for example, by changing the strength or the dimensional shape of the adjusting magnet 22 from the attraction magnet 21 or changing the distance P2 between the attracting magnet 21 and the adjusting magnet 22, It may be adjusted. In the present embodiment, two adjusting magnets 22 are arranged on both sides of the first arrangement direction D1 in principle. However, the number of the adjusting magnets 22 may be changed or the distance between the adjusting magnets 22 The magnetic line line state may be adjusted by changing the magnetic line P3.

Further, a ferromagnetic substance such as iron, cobalt, or nickel may be arranged in place of the adjusting magnet 22, and in this case, the same effect as the case of disposing the adjusting magnet 22 can be obtained. The adjusting magnet 22 is omitted in a position where it interferes with the insertion hole 14 of the holding member 10 as described above, It is possible to adjust the state of the magnetic line of force similarly to the case in which the adjustment magnet 22 is not omitted.

6 is a schematic view showing another action of the adjusting magnet 22. Fig. In the present embodiment, since the dimension L1 of the magnet 20 in the first arrangement direction D1, that is, the dimension of the magnetization direction is made as short as possible, the magnet 20 is magnetized in a semi-magnetic field The demagnetizing field (a dotted arrow pointing to the left in the drawing).

However, in the present embodiment, since the plurality of magnets 20 are arranged along the magnetization direction, the magnets 20 other than the two ends are provided with a positive magnetic field (positive magnetic field The dotted arrows pointing to the right side) are applied, and the influence of the anti-magnetic field can be reduced. Particularly, in the present embodiment, since the magnet for adjustment 21 can be made to act on all the attracting magnets 21 by providing the adjusting magnet 22, it is possible to reduce defects caused by the anti-magnetic field generated in the attracting magnet 21 .

7 (a) and 7 (b) are a schematic view and a plan view showing other arrangement examples of the magnets 20. Although the magnetization direction of the magnet 20 (the direction connecting the N pole and the S pole) is made substantially coincident with (substantially parallel to) the first arrangement direction D1 in the above example, The magnet 20 may be disposed in a posture in which the magnetization direction is a direction having an angle with respect to the first arrangement direction D1 in a plane orthogonal to the up-down direction D3.

By doing so, the direction in which the diagonal direction of the rectangular part 100 and the magnetization direction of the magnet 20 are substantially aligned (substantially parallel), that is, the direction in which the entire length of the component 100 is longest, It is possible to fix the component 100 more securely and stably. Thus, the magnet 20 does not always need to be arranged in a posture in which the magnetization direction is substantially coincident with the first arrangement direction D1, but the magnet 20 may be oriented in the magnetization direction ) Position.

It goes without saying that, in this case as well, the respective magnets 20 are oriented in the N-poles on one side of the first arrangement direction D1. 7 (b), if a proper oblique direction is defined as the first arrangement direction D1 according to the shape, arrangement, and the like of the component 100, the magnetization direction of the magnet 20 It is also possible to consider that the first arrangement direction D1 is substantially coincident.

Even when the magnet 20 is arranged as described above, by making the magnet 20 have the above-described shape, it is possible to fix the component 100 securely and stably and reduce the potatoes. In this case, the dimension L1 of the magnet 20 is a dimension in the magnetization direction, but does not have the dimension in the first arrangement direction D1. In addition, by appropriately disposing the adjusting magnet 22, it is possible to stably fix all the components 100 arranged in the arrangement range M and reduce the influence of the demagnetizing field.

7 (a), when the magnets 20 are arranged in this manner, the adjusting magnets 22 are provided on both sides of the second arranging direction D2 as well as on both sides of the first arranging direction D1, As shown in Fig. That is, in this case, the arrangement of the adjusting magnets 22 is not particularly limited, and an arbitrary number can be arranged at an arbitrary position in accordance with the magnetic line state. Although not shown, the attraction magnet 21 and the adjustment magnet 22 may be arranged in different magnetization directions, or may be arranged so that their magnetization directions are different from each other.

Next, the component fixing device 2 will be described.

8 (a) to 8 (c) are schematic views showing the fixing device 2 of the component according to the embodiment of the present invention. In these figures, the components of the component fixing device 2 are described in a simplified manner. The fixing device 2 of the present embodiment (hereinafter, simply referred to as "fixing device 2") supports the carrier carrier 200 that carries the component 100, (Positioning) the component 100 (the lead 100b) placed on the substrate 100a.

8 (a), the fixing device 2 includes a fixing jig 1, a mounting member 30 on which the fixing jig 1 is mounted, a moving mechanism 30 for moving the mounting member 30 up and down, (40), and a support member (50) for supporting the carrier (200). The holding device 2 is connected with a carry-in device 60 for carrying the carry carrier 200 and a carry-out device 70 for carrying the carry carrier 200.

The mounting member 30 is disposed below the support surface 50a on which the support member 50 supports the conveying carrier 200. [ The fixing jig 1 is fixed to the mounting member 30 by a bolt or the like (not shown) that is inserted into the insertion hole 14. The positioning pin 32 is projected upward from the upper surface 30a of the mounting member 30. The positioning pin is inserted into the positioning hole 13 so that the fixing jig 1 is positioned To be determined.

The moving mechanism 40 is configured to move the mounting member 30 up and down by a known structure such as an air cylinder or a ball screw transmission mechanism. The fixing jig 1 moves close to the carrying carrier 200 placed on the supporting surface 50a of the supporting member 50 by moving together with the mounting member 30. [

The support member 50 supports the end portion of the conveyance carrier 200 from below by the support surface 50a. An opening (not shown) through which the fixing jig 1 can pass is formed in the support surface 50a. The fixing jig 1 lifted by the moving mechanism 40 is brought into contact with the lower surface of the carrier 200 . The positioning pin 32 is inserted into the positioning hole 202 provided in the carrier 200 as the fixing jig 1 is lifted so that the carrier 200 is positioned relative to the fixing jig 1 To be determined.

The structure of the carry-in device 60 and the carry-out device 70 is not particularly limited, and may be, for example, a belt conveyor or a robot arm. Needless to say, the carry-in and carry-out directions of the carrier 200 are not limited to specific directions.

Figs. 8 (b) and 8 (c) show the operation of the fixing device 2. Fig. 8 (b), the fixing device 2 is in a standby state in which the fixing jig 1 is lowered. 8 (c), the fixing jig 1 is lifted up, after the carrying carrier 200 on which the component 100 is placed by the carrying device 60 is carried in. At this time, the positioning pin 32 is inserted into the positioning hole 202 of the carrying carrier 200, so that the carrying carrier 200 is positioned with respect to the holding jig 1.

As a result, the suction magnet 21 provided in the stationary jig 1 is disposed at a position where the lead 100b can be sucked so that the lead 100b is moved in the package (not shown) 100a so that the component 100 is fixed. Thereafter, although not shown, a predetermined process such as seam welding of the lead 100b is performed. After the predetermined process is completed, the fixing jig 1 is lowered to release the fixation of the component 100, and the positioning pin 32 is pulled out from the positioning hole 202 of the carrier 200, The transporting carrier 200 is transported by the transporting unit 70.

The moving mechanism 40 may be movable up and down independently of the mounting member 30. That is, the positioning jig 1 may be raised so that the attracting magnet 20 is disposed at a position where the lead 100b can be attracted, after the positioning pin 32 is elevated only to position the carrying carrier. The supporting member 50 may be configured so that the fixing jig 1 is not in direct contact with the carrying carrier 200.

The tray 100 holding the component 100 in a predetermined arrangement may be arranged almost always on the supporting member 50 so that the component 100 may be brought into and out of the fixing device 2. [ In this case, the moving mechanism 40 may be omitted, and the attracting magnet 21 may be arranged at a position where the component 100 can always be attracted.

Next, the fixed carrier carrier 3 of the component will be described.

9 (a) and 9 (b) are schematic cross-sectional views showing a part of the fixed carrier carrier 3, showing the fixed carrier carrier 3 of the component according to the embodiment of the present invention. The fixed carrier carrier 3 of the present embodiment (hereinafter, simply referred to as the "fixed carrier carrier 3") is configured such that the component 100 (lead 100b) is attracted by the attracting magnet 21 And is transported in a fixed (positioning) state.

9 (a), the fixed transport carrier 3 includes a stationary jig 1, a component holding member 80 (hereinafter, referred to as " stationary jig 1 " . The component holding member 80 is a substantially flat plate member and is mounted on the upper surface 10a side of the holding member 10 of the fixing jig 1. [ The component accommodating concave portion 81 serving as a depression for accommodating the component 100 is formed on the upper surface 80a of the component holding member 80 at a position corresponding to the suction accommodating concave portion 11a As shown in Fig.

In this manner, the stationary jig 1 is placed in the carrier carrier and the stationary carrier carrier 3 is used, so that the component 100 can be more stably held and transported. The attachment of the component holding member 80 to the holding member 10 may be achieved by, for example, bolts, nuts, or engagements, or by welding or an adhesive. That is, the fixing jig 1 may be detachably assembled to the fixed carrier carrier 3 or not. Further, like the holding member 10, the component holding member 80 may be constituted by laminating a plurality of plates, or may be constituted by a single plate.

Fig. 9 (b) shows an example of a case in which the holding member 10 is used also as the component holding member 80. Fig. The receiving recess 11 is formed so as to open to the bottom surface 10b side of the holding member 10 as shown in Fig. 9 (b), and on the upper surface 10a side, The fixed conveying carrier 3 can be constituted only by the fixing jig 1. [ In this way, the manufacturing cost can be reduced. It goes without saying that the housing recess 11 may be formed to be opened toward the upper surface 10a side of the holding member 10 and the component housing recess 81 may be provided thereon.

As described above, the fixture jig 1 according to the present embodiment is arranged along the arrangement direction with N poles directed to one side of the arrangement direction (first arrangement direction D1) of the components 100 A plurality of magnets 20 and a holding member 10 for holding the magnets 20 and the magnets 20 are arranged in the direction of connecting the magnet 20 side and the part 100 side D3) is not less than the dimension L1 of the direction (magnetization direction) connecting the N pole and the S pole.

With this configuration, it becomes possible to stably and easily fix the various components 100. [ That is, it is possible to generate a sucking force for each of the magnets 20 (the attracting magnet 21) without decreasing the complexity of the magnet 20, adding iron yoke or the like, and reducing the potatoes.

The magnet 20 has the N pole surface 20a and the S pole surface 20b in a substantially planar shape. By doing so, the free stimulation can be reduced, and the magnetic force lines generated from the N-pole surface 20a and S-pole surface 20b can be utilized effectively to attract the component 100. [ In addition, the magnetization direction of the magnet 20 can be distinguished easily, and the orientation of the magnet 20 can be easily determined according to the shape of the accommodating concave portion 11, for example, The maintenance cost can be reduced.

Further, the magnets 20 are arranged over a longer range than the part 100 along the arrangement direction. By doing so, the magnetic force lines acting on the component 100 can be adjusted to an appropriate state, and the influence of the anti-magnetic field can be reduced, so that the component 100 can be securely and stably fixed.

The magnet 20 is provided with a suction magnet 21 disposed at a position corresponding to each part 100 and an adjusting magnet 21 disposed at a position not corresponding to the part 100 outside the arrangement range M of the part 100. [ And a magnet (22). By doing so, the magnetic lines of force acting on the component 100 are adjusted to an appropriate state and the influence of the demagnetizing field is reduced, and the plurality of parts 100 are securely and stably fixed by the corresponding attracting magnets 21, respectively can do.

The fixing device 2 of the present embodiment has a fixing jig 1 for a component and a supporting member 50 for supporting the component 100. [ With this configuration, it becomes possible to efficiently perform various processes in a state in which the various components 100 are stably and easily fixed.

The component fixing device 2 also has a moving mechanism 40 for moving the fixing jig 1 so as to be close to the component 100. [ In this way, it is possible to easily switch the fixation and release of the component 100, thereby facilitating the handling of the component 100 and the carrier 200, thereby improving the productivity of the component 100 .

The fixed carrier carrier 3 of the component according to the present embodiment is provided with a fixing jig 1 and a component holding member 80 for holding the component 100. [ With such a configuration, it becomes possible to efficiently transport various parts 100 in a stable and easily fixed state.

Further, the holding member 10 may be used as the component holding member 80 as well. By doing so, the fixed carrier carrier 3 of the component can have a simple structure and the manufacturing cost can be reduced.

Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described above, the fixing jig and the fixing device of the present invention and the fixed transport carrier are not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various modifications may be made without departing from the gist of the present invention Of course, can be added.

For example, although the above embodiment shows an example in which the lead 100b is sucked and fixed in the component 100 comprising the package 100a and the lead 100b, the component 100 is not limited to this, And various other components. That is, the component 100 may be fixed (positioned) with respect to the carrier 200 or the like by the entirety of the component 100 being attracted to the magnet 20 (attracting magnet 21).

The shape of the holding member 10 and the component holding member 80 is not limited to the shape shown in the above embodiment, and any shape corresponding to the type of the component 100, the manufacturing process, have. Further, the holding member 10 is not limited to being formed by laminating a plurality of plates, but may be constituted by a single plate. The holding member 10 is not limited to being held by holding the magnet 20 in the receiving concave portion 11 and may be formed by any other known technique such as, for example, engagement, clamping, The magnet 20 may be held.

The first arrangement direction D1 and the second arrangement direction D2 are not limited to directions in the horizontal plane but may be directions in the inclined plane or directions in the vertical plane in some cases. That is, the direction of arrangement of the components 100 can be any direction according to the type of the component 100 and the manufacturing process.

In the above-described embodiment, one suction magnet 21 is arranged for one component 100. However, the present invention is not limited to this. A plurality of attracting magnets 21 may be arranged for one component 100 or one attracting magnet 21 may be disposed for a plurality of parts 100. [ In the above embodiment, the adjustment magnet 22 is provided. However, depending on the type and shape of the component 100, or the type and magnitude of magnetism of the magnet 20, .

The functions and effects shown in the above embodiments are merely the most preferable actions and effects arising from the present invention, and the functions and effects of the present invention are not limited to these.

The present invention can be used not only in various electronic parts and electronic devices but also in the manufacture of other various articles and in the field of logistics.

Fixing jig for 1 part
2 Fixing device of parts
Three parts fixed carrier
10 holding member
20 magnets
20a N polar face
20b S polar face
21 Aspiration magnet
22 Adjusting magnet
40 mobile device
50 support member
80 part holding member
100 parts
D1 First arrangement direction
D3 up and down direction
L1 Dimensions in the first array direction (direction connecting N and S poles)
L3 Dimensions in the up and down direction (direction connecting magnet side and component side)
M array range

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A plurality of magnets arranged along the array direction with N poles directed to one side of the arrangement direction of the components;
And a holding member for holding the magnet,
Wherein the magnet has a shape in which a dimension in a direction connecting the magnet side and the component side is not less than a dimension in a direction connecting the N pole and the S pole.
The method according to claim 1,
Wherein the magnet has a N pole surface and a S pole surface in a planar shape.
The method according to claim 1 or 2,
Wherein the magnets are arranged over a range longer than the component along the arrangement direction.
The method of claim 3,
Wherein the magnet includes a magnet for attraction disposed at a position corresponding to each of the components and an adjustment magnet disposed at a position outside the arrangement range of the component that does not correspond to the component.
A fixing jig for a component according to claim 1 or 2;
And a support member for supporting the component.
The method of claim 5,
And a moving mechanism for moving the fixing jig so as to be closely spaced to the component.
A fixing jig for a component according to claim 1 or 2;
And a component holding member for holding the component.
The method of claim 7,
Characterized in that the holding member is also used as the component holding member.
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