KR200483552Y1 - Display protection film attatching case for mobile terminal - Google Patents

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KR200483552Y1
KR200483552Y1 KR2020150004401U KR20150004401U KR200483552Y1 KR 200483552 Y1 KR200483552 Y1 KR 200483552Y1 KR 2020150004401 U KR2020150004401 U KR 2020150004401U KR 20150004401 U KR20150004401 U KR 20150004401U KR 200483552 Y1 KR200483552 Y1 KR 200483552Y1
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H04ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUE
    • H04MTELEPHONIC COMMUNICATION
    • H04M1/00Substation equipment, e.g. for use by subscribers; Analogous equipment at exchanges
    • H04M1/02Constructional features of telephone sets
    • H04M1/0202Portable telephone sets, e.g. cordless phones, mobile phones or bar type handsets
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C11/00Receptacles for purposes not provided for in groups A45C1/00 - A45C9/00
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45CPURSES; LUGGAGE; HAND CARRIED BAGS
    • A45C11/00Receptacles for purposes not provided for in groups A45C1/00 - A45C9/00
    • A45C2011/002Receptacles for purposes not provided for in groups A45C1/00 - A45C9/00 for portable handheld communication devices, e.g. mobile phone, pager, beeper, PDA, smart phone

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A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal is disclosed. A film storage member including a release film and a film accommodating space for accommodating a liquid crystal protection member separated from the release film and including a liquid crystal protective film attached to the liquid crystal of the portable terminal; And a movement corresponding to the upper or lower end of the portable terminal, wherein the terminal corresponds to the movement direction of the liquid crystal protection member and moves along the movement direction parallel to the longitudinal direction of the liquid crystal protection member, And the movable member is connected to the liquid crystal protective film in a part of the periphery of the terminal corresponding portion.

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DISPLAY PROTECTION FILM ATTATCHING CASE FOR MOBILE TERMINAL [0002]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal, and more particularly to a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal which can be used for quickly and easily attaching a liquid crystal protective film to a liquid crystal screen of a portable terminal.

In recent years, smartphones and tablet PCs, which are widely used in the market, have a liquid crystal display protective film which is mainly used to prevent scratches because the liquid crystal is larger and more expensive than general mobile phones.

The liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film is generally composed of a transparent synthetic resin film provided with a bonding portion on the bottom surface and a release film which is detachably provided on a synthetic resin film provided with a bonding portion to protect the bonding portion and is attached to a smart phone or the like.

In a general mobile phone, since the shape of the liquid crystal is small as a square or a rectangle, the position of the keypad, the speaker and the camera is located at the peripheral edge rather than the liquid crystal, so that the liquid crystal film can be easily attached while separating and releasing the release film.

In recent years, a smart phone or a tablet PC, which is widely used, has a camera lens, a speaker, a home button and various sensors in its liquid crystal screen, and the liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film is appropriately attached And is commercially available.

When attaching the liquid crystal protective film to the smartphone or tablet PC, it should be attached so that it can be inserted into the incised and perforated parts corresponding to the camera lens, speaker, home button and various sensors located on the liquid crystal screen.

However, since the liquid crystal screen itself is larger than a general mobile phone, and the perforation site and the incision site are located on the upper and lower sides, there is a problem that it is not easy to locate the exact location and attach it properly at one time.

Particularly, in the liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film sold on the market, one label is attached to the release film attached to the back face, and the liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film is placed on the liquid crystal screen and while pulling the label in one direction while gripping the label, It is difficult to match the upper and lower positions of the liquid crystal screen.

If the liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film can not be adhered at a predetermined position, the liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film is adhered in a skewed manner. When the liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film adhered in a skewed manner is removed, foreign matter enters the adhesive surface, the adhesive surface is damaged due to fingerprints or fingerprints, the transparency is lowered, and the adhesive strength is lowered when the adhesive surface is damaged .

Therefore, it is very difficult to attach the liquid crystal protective film to the portable information terminal because the liquid crystal protective film must be accurately attached at one time. If the liquid crystal protective film can not be attached at once, the liquid crystal protective film is damaged and a new liquid crystal liquid crystal protective film is used There is a problem that frequent occurrence occurs.

Korean Patent Registration No. 10-1149573

In the present invention, the process of attaching the liquid crystal protective film to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal can be rapidly performed by removing the foreign substances adhered to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal and attaching the liquid crystal protective film, A liquid crystal protective film attached to the case, and a liquid crystal protective film attached to the case.

According to an aspect of the present invention, a case with a liquid crystal protection film of a portable terminal includes a release film and a film accommodating space for accommodating a liquid crystal protection member including a liquid crystal protection film attached to the liquid crystal of the portable terminal, A film accommodating member for accommodating the film; And a movement corresponding to the upper or lower end of the portable terminal, wherein the terminal corresponds to the movement direction of the liquid crystal protection member and moves along the movement direction parallel to the longitudinal direction of the liquid crystal protection member, And the movable member is connected to a portion of the periphery of the terminal-corresponding portion, which is connected to the liquid crystal protection film.

For example, the terminal-corresponding portion may include a plate-shaped pushing piece corresponding to an upper end portion or a lower end portion of the portable terminal.

As another example, the terminal correspondence unit may include a depression formed in a shape corresponding to the shape of the upper end or the lower end of the portable terminal and accommodating the upper or lower end of the portable terminal; A plate-shaped pushing piece vertically protruding from the end of the indentation and positioned at the center of the indentation and corresponding to the center of the upper or lower end of the portable terminal; And a pair of guide pieces projecting vertically from the end portions of the indentation and positioned on the left and right sides of the jungle and corresponding to corner areas of the upper or lower end of the portable terminal.

In one embodiment, the film accommodating member includes: a plate-shaped bottom having the film accommodating space formed on an inner surface thereof; And a side portion perpendicular to the bottom portion, wherein the moving member includes a plate-shaped lid portion having the terminal-corresponding portion at one end perpendicular to the moving direction, and the moving member has an edge of the lid portion, And can be configured to move along the moving direction by being placed on the top.

In order for the movable member to be slidably engaged with the film accommodating member, for example, the film accommodating member includes a pair of guide walls disposed adjacent to the uniaxial side of one side of the bottom portion and spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance, The member may include a pair of sliding walls extending in a predetermined length from the outer surface of the lid and sliding in the longitudinal direction of the liquid crystal protection member while being in contact with the pair of guide walls.

Wherein the pair of guide walls include guide grooves formed on the surfaces of the pair of sliding walls contacting with each other, and the pair of sliding walls are formed on a surface in contact with the pair of guide walls, And may include protrusions.

In one embodiment, the moving member may further include a film pressing surface located between the pair of sliding walls and opposed to the film receiving space.

The moving member may further include a stopper for restricting movement of the moving member when the moving member is moved to be coupled to the film accommodating member, and the stopper may be disposed on the opposite side of the terminal corresponding portion.

In one embodiment, the stopper protrudes from the film pressing surface, and the film storing member further includes a stopper engaging groove formed on an inner surface of the bottom portion to be interposed between the pair of guide walls, the stopper engaging groove being fastened to the stopper can do.

In one embodiment, the film accommodating member may further include a pair of lid support portions disposed adjacent to the film accommodating space to support the lid portion of the movable member.

In one embodiment, the apparatus may further include a liquid crystal dust removing member coupled to the film accommodating member so as to be adjacent to the film accommodating space.

In one embodiment, the film storing member may further include a terminal receiving unit disposed to face the liquid crystal dust removing member and adapted to support the portable terminal when the upper or lower end of the portable terminal corresponds to the terminal corresponding unit .

In one embodiment, the moving member may further include a receiving portion formed concavely in a direction perpendicular to the moving direction.

In another aspect of the present invention, the film accommodating member is formed of a rectangular plate in which the film accommodating space is formed on the inner surface, and the moving member is formed of a rectangular plate having the terminal corresponding portion at one end perpendicular to the moving direction have.

According to the present invention, in the case of attaching the liquid crystal protective film to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal according to the present invention, the process of removing the foreign substances adhered to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal and attaching the liquid crystal protective film is continuously performed And it is possible to reduce the additional purchase cost of the liquid crystal protection member due to failure of attaching the liquid crystal protection film.

1 is an exploded perspective view showing a configuration of a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a perspective view showing the inner surface of the moving member shown in Fig. 1. Fig.
FIG. 3 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which a portable terminal corresponds to a terminal-corresponding portion in order to explain a use process of a case with a liquid crystal protection film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 4 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which a moving member is moved and a liquid crystal protective film is separated from a release film in order to explain a use process of a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Hereinafter, a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. The present invention is capable of various modifications and various forms, and specific embodiments are illustrated in the drawings and described in detail in the text. It should be understood, however, that the appended claims are not intended to limit the invention to the particular forms disclosed, but to include all modifications, equivalents, and alternatives falling within the spirit and scope of the invention. Like reference numerals are used for like elements in describing each drawing. In the accompanying drawings, the dimensions of the structures are enlarged from the actual size in order to clarify the present invention.

The terms first, second, etc. may be used to describe various components, but the components should not be limited by the terms. The terms are used only for the purpose of distinguishing one component from another. For example, without departing from the scope of the present invention, the first component may be referred to as a second component, and similarly, the second component may also be referred to as a first component.

The terminology used herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the invention. The singular expressions include plural expressions unless the context clearly dictates otherwise. In this application, the terms "comprises", "having", and the like are used to specify that a feature, a number, a step, an operation, an element, a part or a combination thereof is described in the specification, But do not preclude the presence or addition of one or more other features, integers, steps, operations, components, parts, or combinations thereof.

Unless otherwise defined, all terms used herein, including technical or scientific terms, have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this invention belongs. Terms such as those defined in commonly used dictionaries are to be interpreted as having a meaning consistent with the contextual meaning of the related art and are to be interpreted as either ideal or overly formal in the sense of the present application Do not.

FIG. 1 is an exploded perspective view showing a configuration of a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 2 is a perspective view showing an inner surface of the moving member shown in FIG.

Referring to FIGS. 1 and 2, a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a film storage member 100 and a moving member 200.

The film accommodating member 100 provides a space for accommodating the liquid crystal protective member 10. To this end, the film receiving member 100 may include a bottom portion 110, side portions 120, and a film receiving space 130. The bottom portion 110 may have a rectangular plate shape and the side portion 120 may extend vertically from the edge of the bottom portion 110. The film receiving space 130 is formed on the inner surface of the bottom portion 110. For example, the film receiving space 130 may be recessed from the inner surface of the bottom portion 110 so as to be positioned lower than the inner surface of the bottom portion 110.

The liquid crystal protective member 10 accommodated in the film accommodating space 130 may include a liquid crystal protective film 12 separated from the release film 11 and the release film 11 and attached to the liquid crystal of the portable terminal . When the liquid crystal protection member 10 is accommodated in the film accommodating space 130, the liquid crystal protection film 12 is accommodated in an upward position.

The shifting member 200 includes a cover 210 coupled to the film accommodating member 100 and covering the inside of the side portion 120 of the film accommodating member 100. The lid 210 may be in the form of a rectangular plate having a size equal to or greater than the size of the bottom 110. The edge of the inner surface of the lid part 210 corresponds to the upper end of the side part 120 of the film storage member 100 when the moving member 200 moves along the moving direction.

The movable member 200 is slidably engaged with the film accommodating member 100. To this end, the film receiving member 100 includes a pair of guide walls 140, and the moving member 200 may include a pair of sliding walls 220.

The pair of guide walls 140 are formed on the upper end of the bottom portion 110 when viewed from the front side of the short side of one side of the bottom portion 110 of the film accommodating member 100, Can be disposed adjacent to each other. A part of the side portion 120 of the film accommodating member 100 is cut to form the pair of guide walls 140 so as to open the inside of the side portion 120 and to open the inside of the open portion of the side portion 120 A pair of guide walls 140 may be formed. The pair of guide walls 140 are spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance and extend parallel to the longitudinal direction of the bottom portion 110. The extended length of the pair of guide walls 140 is not particularly limited and can be extended to a short length as shown in FIG. A guide groove 141 may be formed on the inner surface of the pair of guide walls 140.

The pair of sliding walls 220 extend downward from the inner surface of the lid 210 of the movable member 200 and extend along the longitudinal direction of the lid 210 to a predetermined length. The pair of sliding walls 220 are separated from each other by a predetermined distance and opposed to each other. The spaced distance of the pair of guide walls 140 may be equal to the spaced distance of the pair of guide walls 140. A guide protrusion 221 may be formed on the inner surface of the pair of sliding walls 220. The guide protrusion 221 is coupled to the guide groove 141 formed on the inner surface of the pair of guide walls 140 so that when a pair of sliding walls 220 are slid in contact with the pair of guide walls 140, Thereby preventing the sliding wall 220 from being detached and being able to be stably moved.

The moving member 200 is moved in the longitudinal direction of the liquid crystal protective member 10 accommodated in the film accommodating member 100 and in the longitudinal direction of the film accommodating member 100 And is coupled to and separated from the film accommodating member 100. The film accommodating member 100 is made of a transparent material.

When the movable member 200 moves in a direction separating from the film accommodating member 100 in a state of being coupled to the film accommodating member 100, the liquid crystal protective film 10 of the liquid crystal protective member 10 accommodated in the film accommodating space 130 (12) is gradually separated from the release film (11) and the liquid crystal protection film (12) is gradually spaced apart from the release film (11) to the liquid crystal of the portable terminal (30). To this end, the moving member 200 includes the terminal counterpart 230, and a part of the periphery of the terminal counterpart 230 is connected to the liquid crystal protection film 12.

The terminal counterpart 230 corresponds to the upper or lower end of the portable terminal 30 and pushes the portable terminal 30 toward the terminal counterpart 230 to move the moving element 200 along the moving direction . The terminal counterpart 230 is located at one end of the movable member 200 in the direction of movement of the movable member 200, that is, at the lower end of the cover member 210 of the movable member 200. The terminal accommodating part 230 may include a depressed part 231, a pushing piece 232, and a pair of guide pieces 233.

The depressed portion 231 can receive the upper end portion or the lower end portion of the portable terminal 30. For this, the indentation 231 may be formed in a shape corresponding to the shape of the upper end of the portable terminal 30. The indentation 231 may be formed by being recessed from the lower end of the lid 210 of the movable member 200.

The pushing piece 232 may be in the form of a plate projecting vertically from the end of the indentation 231 and located in the center of the indentation 231. The pushing piece 232 may correspond to the middle of the upper or lower end of the portable terminal 30 when the upper or lower end of the portable terminal 30 enters the inside of the indentation 231. [

The pair of guide pieces 233 may be in the form of a plate projecting vertically from the end of the indentation 231 and located on the left and right sides of the pushing piece 232. When the upper or lower end of the portable terminal 30 enters the inside of the indent portion 231, the pair of guide pieces 233 are coupled to the edge of the upper or lower end of the portable terminal 30, So that the upper end portion or the lower end portion can be guided to easily enter the indentation portion 231.

The area to be connected with the liquid crystal protective film 12 may be an area between the pushing piece 232 and each guide piece 233. For example, the liquid crystal protective film 12 may be connected to the movable member 200 through a tag 20 in the form of a sheet attached to the opposite side of the attachment surface attached to the release film 11. In this case, the end of the tag 20 can be attached to the outer surface of the lid 210 between the pushing piece 232 and each guide piece 233. For example, the adhesion between the tag 20 and the outer surface of the lid 210 can be achieved through a double-sided tape. The liquid crystal protective film 12 thus connected can be separated from the release film 11 as the tag 20 is pulled when the movable member 200 moves in a direction separating from the film storage member 100.

On the other hand, the film storage member 100 further includes a pair of cover supporting portions 150, and the moving member 200 may further include a film pressing surface 240. [

The pair of lid supports 150 are disposed adjacent to the film accommodating space 130 of the film accommodating member 100 to support the lid 210 when the movable member 200 moves along the moving direction. To this end, the pair of lid supports 150 extend parallel to the moving direction of the movable member 200. In one example, each lid support 150 may extend from the pair of guide walls 140 in the direction of the lower end of the film storage member 100. The extended length of the pair of cover supports 150 may be a length corresponding to the moving distance of the shifting member 200 and is formed to have a predetermined width. The inner surface of the lid part 210 of the moving member 200 is supported by the lid support part 150.

The film pressing surface 240 presses the liquid crystal protective member 10 housed in the film accommodating space 130 when the movable member 200 moves along the moving direction. The film pressing surface 240 may be positioned between the pair of sliding walls 220. The edge of the film pressing surface 240 may be formed as a horizontal surface which is connected to the end of each sliding wall 220 and can be integrally formed with the pair of sliding walls 220. At this time, the film pressing surface 240 is opposed to the film accommodating space 130. The film pressing surface 240 is in close contact with the inner surface of the bottom portion 110 of the film accommodating member 100 when the moving member 200 is engaged with the film accommodating member 100, When the liquid crystal protection member 10 is housed in the liquid crystal protection member 10.

The moving member 200 may further include a stopper 250 and a receiving portion 260. The film receiving member 100 may further include a stopper coupling groove 160. [

The stopper 250 restricts the movement of the movable member 200 when the movable member 200 is moved to be engaged with the film accommodating member 100. The stopper 250 is disposed on the opposite side of the terminal accommodating portion 230 of the movable member 200. For example, the stopper 250 may protrude from the film pressing surface 240 on the opposite side of the terminal supporting portion 230. That is, the stopper 250 is disposed adjacent to the upper end of the movable member 200. There is no particular limitation on the shape of the stopper 250. For example, the cross-sectional shape of the stopper 250 may be an equilateral triangle. When the stopper 250 has a triangular cross-sectional shape, the vertical surface of the right triangle may be formed to face the terminal-corresponding portion 230 direction. The stopper 250 corresponds to the upper end of the bottom portion 110 of the film accommodating member 100 when the moving member 200 is moved to be coupled to the film accommodating member 100, Can be limited.

The accommodating portion 260 is recessed in a direction perpendicular to the moving direction of the moving member 200. For example, the receiving portion 260 may be recessed from the film pressing surface 240 in the direction of the outer surface of the lid 210. The area of the accommodating portion 260 is smaller than the area of the film pressing surface 240. A liquid crystal cleaner or the like may be housed in the accommodating portion 260.

The stopper coupling groove 160 is fastened to the stopper 250. For this purpose, the stopper engagement groove 160 may have a shape corresponding to the cross-sectional shape of the stopper 250. For example, when the stopper 250 has a cross-sectional shape of an equilateral triangle, the stopper coupling groove 160 may have an equilateral triangular cross-sectional shape. The stopper engagement groove 160 may be formed on the inner surface of the bottom portion 110 of the film storage member 100 and may be positioned between the pair of guide walls 140. The stopper engagement groove 160 may be located adjacent to the upper end of the film storage member 100 .

Meanwhile, the case with the liquid crystal protective film of the portable terminal according to one embodiment of the present invention may further include the liquid crystal dust removing member 300, and the film storing member 100 further includes the terminal receiving unit 170 .

The liquid crystal dust removing member 300 is a means for removing dust on the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 before the liquid crystal protective film 12 of the liquid crystal protecting member 10 stored in the film storing member 100 is attached . The liquid crystal dust removing member 300 is connected to the film accommodating member 100 and is adjacent to the film accommodating space 130 and adjacent to the terminal accommodating portion 230 of the moving member 200 coupled to the film accommodating member 100 . For example, the liquid crystal dust removing member 300 may be a rotating roller. In this case, the rotary rollers may be rotatably installed on the side portions 120 of the film storage member 100 at both ends thereof. The adhesive sheet 310 may be wound on the outer surface of the rotating roller to remove dust from the liquid crystal. The rotating roller is moved by the movement of the portable terminal 30 when moving the movable member 200 by pushing the portable terminal 30 after associating the portable terminal 30 with the terminal corresponding portion 230 of the movable member 200 At this time, the adhesive sheet 310 can remove dust on the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30.

The terminal receiving unit 170 is a part that supports the portable terminal 30 when the upper or lower end of the portable terminal 30 corresponds to the terminal corresponding unit 230. [ The terminal receiving portion 170 may be provided on the inner surface of the bottom portion 110 of the film accommodating member 100 so as to face the liquid crystal dust removing member 300. [ For example, the terminal receiving portion 170 may have a cross-sectional shape of 'B'. In this case, the height of the upper end of the terminal receiving unit 170 may be equal to or lower than the height of the liquid crystal dust removing member 300.

Hereinafter, a process of attaching a liquid crystal protective film to a liquid crystal screen of a portable terminal using a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIG. 3 and FIG. FIG. 3 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which a portable terminal corresponds to a terminal-corresponding portion in order to explain a use process of a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention, FIG. 4 is a cross- FIG. 4 is a perspective view illustrating a state in which a movable member is moved and a liquid crystal protective film is separated from a release film in order to explain a process of using a case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal according to FIG.

The movable member 200 is first coupled to the film storage member 100 and the liquid crystal protective member 10 is inserted into the film receiving space 130 of the film storage member 100. In order to attach the film to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal, The liquid crystal protective film 12 of the liquid crystal protective member 10 is positioned so as to face the inner surface of the lid 210 of the movable member 200, The lower end portion of the liquid crystal protection film 12 is directed toward the lower end of the housing member 100 and is housed so as to face the upper side of the film accommodating member 100. [ The upper end portion of the liquid crystal protective film 12 is connected to the periphery of the terminal corresponding portion 230 of the moving member 200 through the tag 20.

In this state, the upper end of the portable terminal 30 corresponds to the terminal corresponding portion 230 of the moving member 200 as shown in FIG. The upper end of the portable terminal 30 is accommodated in the indent portion 231 of the terminal corresponding portion 230 and the pushing piece 232 and the pair of guide pieces 233 of the terminal corresponding portion 230 are accommodated in the portable terminal 230. [ (30). At this time, the terminal receiving unit 170 supports the portable terminal 30, and the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 is located opposite the liquid crystal dust removing member 300.

The mobile terminal 30 is pushed toward the upper end of the film storage member 100 to move the moving member 200 in a direction separating from the film storage member 100. [ The foreign substances such as dusts on the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 are removed by the liquid crystal dust removing member 300 in the process of moving the portable terminal 30 and the moving member 200, Is attached to the surface of the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 while being separated from the release film 11 as shown in Fig.

That is, when the portable terminal 30 is moved, the rotating roller of the liquid crystal dust removing member 300 rotates while the adhesive sheet 310 is wound around the rotating roller. The adhesive sheet 310 moves foreign substances such as dust on the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 The upper end portion of the liquid crystal protection film 12 may be removed from the upper surface of the liquid crystal protection film 12 in the process of gradually moving away from the upper end of the liquid crystal protection film 12 by the movement of the moving member 200, The upper end of the liquid crystal protective film 12 is separated from the release film 11 by the tag 20 attached to the periphery of the liquid crystal protective film 230. At this time, the upper end of the liquid crystal protective film 12 spaced apart from the release film 11 is bent and turned upside down so that the attachment surface of the liquid crystal protection film 12 faces the mobile terminal 30, The liquid crystal protection film 12 is attached to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 while the attachment surface of the liquid crystal protection film 12 is attached to the surface of the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30. [ The moving member 200 is moved while the film pressing surface 240 of the moving member 200 presses the liquid crystal protection member 10 housed in the film accommodating space 130. [

The entire surface of the liquid crystal protective film 12 is separated from the release film 11 and attached to the entire liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 when the movable member 200 moves to the upper end of the film accommodating member 100. [

The case having the liquid crystal protection film of the portable terminal according to one embodiment of the present invention has the following advantages.

First, after the upper or lower end of the portable terminal 30 is made to correspond to the terminal counterpart 230, the mobile terminal 30 is moved toward the upper end of the film accommodating member 100 to move the moving member 200, Since the protective film 12 is attached to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30, the process of attaching the liquid crystal protective film 12 for protecting the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 can be performed very easily and quickly, The liquid crystal protection film 12 can be attached to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 without failing to attach the liquid crystal display panel 12 to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30. [

Second, when the liquid crystal protection film 12 is placed on the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 by the liquid crystal dust removing member 300 before the liquid crystal protection film 12 is attached to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 through the liquid crystal dust removing member 300 The liquid crystal protection film 12 can be attached in a clean state in which there is no foreign matter between the surface of the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 and the liquid crystal protective film 12 attached to the liquid crystal screen have.

The liquid crystal protection film 12 is positioned inside the film accommodating space 130 of the film accommodating member 100 in the process of attaching the liquid crystal protective film 12 to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 while moving the movable member 200 The liquid crystal protection member 10 is prevented from being lifted or released from the inside of the film accommodating space 130 due to the movement of the movable member 200 as the film pressing surface 240 is pressed. Therefore, failure of the process of attaching the liquid crystal protective film 12 due to lifting or detaching of the entire liquid crystal protective member 10 is prevented.

As a result, by using the case with the liquid crystal protective film of the portable terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention, the process of removing the foreign substance on the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal 30 and attaching the liquid crystal protective film can be performed rapidly Also, since the process of attaching the liquid crystal protective film to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal is simple and quick without fail, the additional purchase cost of the liquid crystal protective member due to failure in attaching the liquid crystal protective film can be reduced.

Meanwhile, the case with the liquid crystal protection film of the portable terminal according to one embodiment of the present invention can be provided as a package to the consumer.

That is, after the liquid crystal protection member 10 is housed in the film storage member 100 and the liquid crystal cleaner is housed in the accommodating portion 260 of the movable member 200, the stopper 250 formed on the movable member 200 The film pressing surface 240 of the moving member 200 presses the liquid crystal protective member 10 and the moving member 200 moves without moving the film receiving member 100 100). The liquid crystal protective member 10 and the liquid crystal cleaner are contained in the liquid crystal protective member 10 and the liquid crystal cleaner and the liquid crystal protective film 12 of the liquid crystal protective member 10 .

On the other hand, although not shown, the film receiving member and the moving member may be formed only in the form of a rectangular plate. In this case, a first groove having a predetermined depth is formed on one surface of the plate constituting the film accommodating member, a second groove is formed on the inner surface of the processed first groove to form a film accommodating space, It is possible to form a guide groove parallel to the longitudinal direction of the plate on the inner wall and to form a guide projection on the long axis end portion of the plate constituting the moving member so that the guide projection can slide on the guide groove. In this case, the terminal-corresponding portion may be formed at the lower end of the plate constituting the moving member.

The description of the disclosed embodiments is provided to enable any person skilled in the art to make or use the present invention. Various modifications to these embodiments will be readily apparent to those skilled in the art, and the generic principles defined herein may be applied to other embodiments without departing from the scope of the invention. Thus, the present invention should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein but is to be accorded the widest scope consistent with the principles and novel features set forth herein.

10: liquid crystal protecting member 11: release film
12: liquid crystal protective film 100: film storage member
200: moving member 300: liquid crystal dust removing member

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  1. And a film accommodating space for accommodating a liquid crystal protection member including a release film and a liquid crystal protection film separated from the release film and adhered to the liquid crystal of the portable terminal, wherein the liquid crystal protection member is provided in the film accommodating space, A film accommodating member accommodated so as to be positioned above the film accommodating member; And
    Wherein the liquid crystal protection film moves along a movement direction parallel to the longitudinal direction of the liquid crystal protection member and is coupled to and separated from the film storage member and disposed perpendicularly to the movement direction, And a moving member including a terminal corresponding portion corresponding to an upper end portion or a lower end portion,
    The liquid crystal protective film is connected to a part of the periphery of the movable member of the movable member through a tag in the form of a sheet attached to the opposite surface of the attachment surface attached to the release film,
    The tag is pulled along the moving member which is moved along the longitudinal direction of the liquid crystal protecting member after the upper end or the lower end of the portable terminal is made to correspond to the terminal corresponding portion, Wherein the attachment surface is attached opposite to the liquid crystal screen of the portable terminal.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  2. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the terminal-corresponding portion includes a plate-shaped pushing piece corresponding to an upper end portion or a lower end portion of the portable terminal.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  3. The method according to claim 1,
    The terminal-
    An indentation formed in a shape corresponding to a shape of an upper end or a lower end of the portable terminal and accommodating the upper or lower end of the portable terminal;
    A plate-shaped pushing piece vertically protruding from the end of the indentation and positioned at the center of the indentation and corresponding to the center of the upper or lower end of the portable terminal;
    And a pair of guide pieces projecting vertically from the end portions of the indentation portion and positioned in the left and right sides of the jumping piece and corresponding to corner areas of the upper or lower end of the portable terminal.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  4. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the film accommodating member comprises a rectangular plate in which the film accommodating space is formed on an inner surface,
    Wherein the moving member is formed of a rectangular plate having the terminal corresponding portion at one end perpendicular to the moving direction.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  5. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the film accommodating member comprises: a plate-shaped bottom portion in which the film accommodating space is formed on an inner surface; And a side portion perpendicular to the bottom portion,
    Wherein the moving member includes a plate-shaped lid portion having the terminal corresponding portion at one end perpendicular to the moving direction,
    Characterized in that the moving member is configured so that an edge of the lid part lies on an upper end of the side part and moves along the moving direction.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  6. 6. The method of claim 5,
    Wherein the film accommodating member includes a pair of guide walls disposed adjacent to one short side of the bottom portion and spaced apart from each other by a predetermined distance,
    Wherein the movable member includes a pair of sliding walls extending in a predetermined length from the outer surface of the lid and sliding in the longitudinal direction of the liquid crystal protection member by being in contact with the pair of guide walls.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    Wherein the pair of guide walls include guide grooves formed on the surfaces on which the pair of sliding walls abut,
    Wherein the pair of sliding walls include guide protrusions formed on a surface in contact with the pair of guide walls and fastened to the guide grooves.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  8. The method according to claim 6,
    Characterized in that the moving member further comprises a film pressing surface located between the pair of sliding walls and opposed to the film receiving space.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  9. 9. The method of claim 8,
    The moving member further includes a stopper for restricting movement of the movable member when the movable member is moved to be coupled to the film accommodating member,
    Wherein the stopper is disposed on the opposite side of the terminal-corresponding portion.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  10. 10. The method of claim 9,
    Wherein the stopper protrudes from the film pressing surface,
    Wherein the film accommodating member further comprises a stopper engaging groove formed on an inner surface of the bottom portion so as to be positioned between the pair of guide walls to be engaged with the stopper.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  11. 6. The method of claim 5,
    Characterized in that the film accommodating member further comprises a pair of lid support portions disposed adjacent to the film accommodating space to support the lid portion of the movable member.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  12. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the liquid crystal protection film-attached case further comprises a liquid crystal dust removing member coupled to the film accommodating member so as to be adjacent to the film accommodating space.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  13. 13. The method of claim 12,
    The liquid crystal dust removing member includes a rotation roller provided on both sides of the side portion 120 of the film storage member 100 so as to be rotatable,
    Characterized in that an adhesive sheet is attached to the outer surface of the rotating roller to remove dust from the liquid crystal.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  14. 13. The method of claim 12,
    Further comprising a terminal receiving unit arranged to face the liquid crystal dust removing member and configured to support the portable terminal when the upper or lower end of the portable terminal corresponds to the terminal corresponding unit.
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
  15. The method according to claim 1,
    Characterized in that the moving member further comprises a receiving portion formed concavely in a direction perpendicular to the moving direction,
    A case with a liquid crystal protective film of a portable terminal.
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