TW201235155A - Cleaning scrap device for grinding plate - Google Patents

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TW201235155A
TW201235155A TW100106322A TW100106322A TW201235155A TW 201235155 A TW201235155 A TW 201235155A TW 100106322 A TW100106322 A TW 100106322A TW 100106322 A TW100106322 A TW 100106322A TW 201235155 A TW201235155 A TW 201235155A
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sliding
groove
removing device
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grinding disc
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Chia-Ling Hsu
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Hon Hai Prec Ind Co Ltd
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B24GRINDING; POLISHING
    • B24BMACHINES, DEVICES, OR PROCESSES FOR GRINDING OR POLISHING; DRESSING OR CONDITIONING OF ABRADING SURFACES; FEEDING OF GRINDING, POLISHING, OR LAPPING AGENTS
    • B24B53/00Devices or means for dressing or conditioning abrasive surfaces
    • B24B53/007Cleaning of grinding wheels

Abstract

The present invention relates to a cleaning scrap device for cleaning scrap blocked in a spiral slot of a grinding plate, which includes a base, a sliding device, and at least one knife. The base includes two sliding poles. The sliding device slidably sleeves on the two sliding poles. The at least one knife is fixed on the sliding device, and when the grinding plate rotates, the at least one knife can slide in the spiral slot.

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201235155 VI. Description of the Invention: [Technical Field of the Invention] [0001] The present invention relates to a chip removing device for a grinding disc. [Prior Art] [0002] The grinding disc is generally a disc-shaped structure including an abrasive surface for grinding a workpiece having a spiral groove formed from the center of the grinding disc. During the grinding of the workpiece by the grinding disc, waste debris may be trapped in the groove, which is difficult to clean, thereby affecting the grinding effect of the subsequent workpiece. Nowadays, the waste in the groove is usually dug out by the tweezers, but this will waste a lot of time and affect the production efficiency...................... [Invention] [0003] In view of the above, it is necessary to provide a grinding disc removing device that effectively improves work efficiency. [0004] A grinding disc chip removing device for removing waste from a spiral groove in a grinding disc, comprising a base, a sliding mechanism and at least one blade. The base includes two slide bars, and the slide mechanism is disposed on the two slide bars and is slidable along the slide bars. The at least one blade is fixed to the sliding mechanism, and the at least one blade is slidable along the guide of the groove as the grinding disk rotates to remove debris from the groove. [0005] Compared to the prior art, the grinding disc removing device of the present invention is rotated by the grinding disc to drive the at least one blade to slide in the groove, thereby quickly removing waste in the groove. Chips, which greatly increase production efficiency. 100106322 Form No. A0101 Page 4 of 15 1002010764-0 201235155 [Embodiment] [0006] The present invention will be further described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings. Please refer to FIG. 1 and FIG. 3 , which are schematic diagrams of a polishing disc removing device 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention. The abrasive disc removing device 1 is for removing waste from the spiral groove 211 of the grinding surface 210 of the grinding disc 200. The lapping and removing device 1 includes a base 1 , a sliding mechanism 3 , three blades 50 and a vacuum cleaner 60 . [0008] As shown in FIG. 2, the base 1 includes two support legs and two slide bars 13 Q . The two support legs 11 are oppositely disposed and spaced apart by a certain distance. The two sliding bars 13 are arranged in parallel and are respectively connected to the two supporting legs ii. [0009] The sliding mechanism 30 includes a sliding plate 31 'three fixed on the two sliding bars 13 On the slide 3] [on the fixed block 33 and six screws 35. The slider 31 includes a first fixing portion 311 having a rectangular parallelepiped shape, a second fixing portion 312 having an arc shape, and a connecting portion 313. The first fixing portion 311 is disposed opposite to the second fixing portion 312. The first fixed jaw portion 311 includes a first surface 315 and a second surface 316. The first surface 315 is away from the second fixing portion 312, and the second surface 316 is perpendicular to the first surface 315 and parallel to the extending direction of the slider 13. A receiving groove 315a is defined in the first surface 315. The second surface 316 defines a through groove 316a communicating with the receiving groove 31 5a. A through hole 312a is defined in the second fixing portion 312 in a direction perpendicular to the extending direction of the slide bar 13 and parallel to the first surface 315. The connecting portion 313 connects the first fixing portion 311 and the second fixing portion 312. The connecting portion 313 is provided with two first through holes 31 3a along the guide of the sliding bar 100106322, the form number A0101, the fifth page, the total number of the first slide holes 31 3a. The utility model is disposed in the corresponding first through hole 313a. The fixing block 33 is a rectangular parallelepiped structure including a first end 331, a second end 332 disposed opposite the first end 331 and an end surface 333 remote from the first end 331. The first end 331 is received in the accommodating groove 315a, and the second end 332 is exposed from the accommodating groove 315a. A first screw hole 343 is defined in the first end 331 opposite to the through groove 316a. A second through hole 335 is defined in the first end 331 in a direction perpendicular to the extending direction of the slider 13 and parallel to the end surface 333. A second screw hole 336 communicating with the second through hole 335 is defined in the end surface 333. [0011] The blade 50 includes a body 51 and a connecting portion 53 extending outward from the body 51. The body 51 and the connecting section 53 are both linear structures and intersect to form an obtuse angle. [0012] The cleaner 60 is for sucking waste on the grinding disc 200, and includes a cylindrical suction nozzle 61. The nozzle 61 is disposed facing the grinding disc 200 and is disposed in the through hole 312a and has an interference fit with the through hole 312a. [0013] The assembling process of the grinding disc removing device 100 is as follows: each sliding rod 13 is passed through a corresponding first through hole 313a of the sliding plate 31, thereby sliding the sliding plate 31 on the sliding On the rod 13. The first end 331 of the fixing block 33 is received in the accommodating groove 315a such that the first screw hole 334 is aligned with the through groove 316a, and three screws 35 are respectively screwed into the The three first screw holes 334 are arranged to fix the fixing block 33 on the slide plate 31 of 100106322 Form No. A0101, page 6 of 15 pages 1002010764-0 201235155. Connecting the connecting segments 53 of the three _J pieces 5〇 through the second through holes 335 ′ and screwing the three screws (4) into the three second screw holes 336 respectively until the v-cutting The connecting sections of the three blades are held together to fix the three blades 50 to the fixed block 33. The suction-removed nozzle 61 faces the grinding disc 20G in the perforation 312a. [0014] [0016] 100106322 As shown in FIG. 3, the working process of the grinding disc removing device is as follows: Fixing the two supporting legs 11 on a machine tool (not shown) The slide bar 13 is caused to straddle the grinding disc 200, and the bodies 51 of the three blades 50 are respectively inserted into the corresponding grooves 211 and abut against the bottom surface of the groove 211; the vacuum cleaner is turned on. Rotating, grinding the grinding disc 2〇〇, sliding the body 51 of the two blades 50 in the modest slot 211 to remove waste from the groove 211, and a part of the waste is immediately described The vacuum cleaner 6 moves away from the body 51 of the two blades 5〇 along the guide groove 211 to continuously move away from the center of the grinding disk 2〇〇, while driving the slider 31 along the The guide guide of the slide bar 13 slides until the body 51 of the three-blade 50 slides out of the groove 211 of the grinding disc 2, and the waste which is not sucked by the cleaner 6 is also The groove 211 is taken out. It will be understood that the fact that the blade 51 of the blade 50 is at a pure angle to the connecting section 53 allows the blade 50 to be better placed in the groove 211 when the debris is removed. It can be understood that since the blade 50 is detachably disposed at the fixing block 33 μ ', the height of the 77 pieces 5 ′ can be conveniently adjusted according to the depth of the groove 211 such that the blade 50 can be The bottom number of the groove 2u is A0101 帛 7 pages / 15 pages total 1002 201235155 face resistance. [0017] In other embodiments, the blade 50 can also be fixed to the sliding mechanism 30 by other fixing means, such as threading the connecting portion 53 of the blade 50 while being at the fixing block 33. The first end 331 defines a screw hole extending through the opposite surfaces of the fixing block 33 along the extending direction of the connecting portion 53. The blade 50 is thereby fixed to the fixed block 33 by screwing. [0018] In other embodiments, the fixing block 33 can also be integrally formed with the sliding plate 31. [0019] In other embodiments, the vacuum cleaner 60 may also be disposed at other positions of the sliding plate 31, such as the vacuum cleaner 60 and the blade 50 disposed on the sliding plate 31 at the sliding bar 13 The same side of the location. [0020] In other embodiments, the cleaner 60 can also be omitted. [0021] It can be understood that the number of the fixing blocks 33 is equal to the number of the blades 50. In other embodiments, the number of the fixing blocks 33 and the blades 50 may be one, two or more. At the same time, the plurality of blades 50 are used to cause the grooves 211 to be cleaned three times in order to clean the waste in the grooves 211 more thoroughly. [0022] Compared to the prior art, the grinding disc removing device of the present invention is rotated by the grinding disc to drive the blade to slide in the groove, thereby rapidly removing waste in the groove. Thereby greatly improving production efficiency. [0023] In summary, the present invention has indeed met the requirements of the invention patent, and the patent application is filed according to law. However, the above is only the preferred embodiment of the present invention 100106322 Form No. A0101 Page 8 of 15 1002010764-0 201235155, which cannot limit the scope of patent application in this case. Equivalent modifications or variations made by persons skilled in the art in light of the spirit of the invention are intended to be included within the scope of the following claims. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS [0024] FIG. 1 is a schematic view showing the structure of a grinding disc removing device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention; [0025] FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view of the grinding disc removing device of FIG. 3 is a diagram showing the operation state of the grinding disc removing device of Fig. 1. 〇 [Main component symbol description] [0027] Grinding disc chip removing device 100 [0028] Grinding disc 200 [0029] Grinding surface 210 [0030] Groove 211 [0031] Base; 10 [0032] Supporting foot [0033] Slip Rod 13 [0034] Slide mechanism 30 [0035] Slide plate 31 [0036] First fixing portion 311 [0037] Second fixing portion 312 [0038] Perforation 312a Form number A0101 Page 9 / Total 15 pages 100106322 1002010764-0 201235155 [ 0039] connection portion 313 [0040] first through hole 313a [0041] first surface 315 [0042] accommodating groove 315a [0043] second surface 316 [0044] through groove 316a [0045] fixed block 33 [0046] One end 331 [0047] Second end 332 [0048] End face 333 [0049] Screw 35 [0050] First screw hole 334 [0051] Second through hole 335 [0052] Second screw hole 336 [0053] Blade 50 [ 0054] Body 51 [0055] Connection Section 53 [0056] Vacuum Cleaner 60 [0057] Nozzle 61 100106322 Form No. A0101 Page 10 of 15 1002010764-0

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  1. 201235155 VII. Patent application scope: 1. A grinding disc chip removing device for removing waste debris in a spiral groove on a grinding disc, characterized in that the grinding chip removing device comprises a dead base. a sliding mechanism and at least one blade, the base comprising two sliding bars, the sliding mechanism is sleeved on the two sliding bars, and is slidable along the sliding bar, the at least one blade is fixed at the And the at least one blade is slidable along the guide of the groove to remove waste debris in the groove when the grinding disk rotates. 2. The grinding disc removing device according to claim 1, wherein the base further comprises two supporting legs, the two sliding rods are arranged in parallel, the two sliding The two ends of the rod are respectively fixed on the supporting leg β 3 . The grinding disc removing device according to claim 1 , wherein the sliding mechanism comprises a sliding plate, and the sliding plate is provided with two parallel The first through hole is respectively disposed in the two first through holes. 4. The grinding disc chip removing device of claim 3, wherein the sliding mechanism further comprises at least one fixing block, the at least one fixing block is disposed on the sliding plate, at least one blade is The detachable ground is fixed to the at least one fixed block. 5. The grinding disc removing device according to claim 4, wherein the sliding plate is provided with a receiving groove and a through groove extending through the receiving groove, the at least one The fixing block portion is received in the accommodating groove, and the ν-shaped solid block is disposed at a position opposite to the through groove to open a first screw hole, and a screw passes through the through groove and the The first screw holes are screwed to fix the at least one fixing block to the slider. 6. The grinding disc removing device according to the fourth aspect of the invention, wherein: 100106322 Form No. 1010101, 11th, 15th, 1002010764-0, 201235155, at least one of the fixing blocks exposing the portion of the accommodating groove a second through hole and a second screw hole penetrating the second through hole, the at least one blade is disposed in the second through hole, and a screw is screwed into the screw hole Until the at least one blade is abutted, thereby fixing the at least one blade to the fixing plate. 7. The abrasive disc removing device according to claim 6, wherein the insert includes a body and a connecting portion extending outward from the body, the connecting portion intersecting the body to form a joint An obtuse angle, the body extends into the groove, and the connecting portion is disposed in the second through hole. 8. The abrasive disc removing device according to claim 3, wherein the sliding mechanism comprises at least one fixing block, the at least one fixing block is integrally formed with the sliding plate, and the at least one blade is detachable Fixed on the at least one fixed block. 9. The abrasive disc removing device of claim 4, wherein the sliding mechanism further comprises a vacuum cleaner, the vacuum cleaner comprising a suction nozzle, the suction nozzle being fixed to the grinding disc On the skateboard. 10. The abrasive disc removing device according to claim 9, wherein the vacuum cleaner and the fixing block are respectively located at opposite ends of the sliding plate. 100106322 Form No. A0101 Page 12 of 15 1002010764-0
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