TW201516200A - Spun yarn winding apparatus - Google Patents

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TW201516200A
TW201516200A TW103135527A TW103135527A TW201516200A TW 201516200 A TW201516200 A TW 201516200A TW 103135527 A TW103135527 A TW 103135527A TW 103135527 A TW103135527 A TW 103135527A TW 201516200 A TW201516200 A TW 201516200A
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Kinzo Hashimoto
Kakeru Kagata
Jun Kikuchi
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H57/00Guides for filamentary materials; Supports therefor
    • B65H57/16Guides for filamentary materials; Supports therefor formed to maintain a plurality of filaments in spaced relation
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H57/00Guides for filamentary materials; Supports therefor
    • B65H57/003Arrangements for threading or unthreading the guide
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
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Abstract

The present invention provides a spinning winder capable of shortening the time of the yarn hanging operation and easily re-threading. It is a spinning winder in which a plurality of yarns spun from a spinning machine are wound around a plurality of bobbins installed on a bobbin holder. The yarn guide roller attached to the spinning winder can move between a production position when a plurality of yarns are wound around a plurality of bobbins and a yarn winding position closer to one end of the bobbin holder than the production position, The plurality of traversing fulcrum guides can respectively be: a production position when the plurality of yarns fed from the yarn guiding roller are guided toward the plurality of bobbins, and a yarn winding position closer to the yarn guiding roller than when the production position is located And moving between the hanging positions of the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides with smaller intervals.

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Spinning winder
The present invention relates to a spinning winder in which a plurality of yarns spun from a spinning machine are wound around a plurality of bobbins installed on a bobbin holder.
As a conventional spinning winder, for example, there is a spinning winder described in Patent Document 1. The spinning winder includes a first yarn guiding roller, a second yarn guiding roller, a winding device, and the like. A plurality of yarns continuously spun from the spinning machine are drawn by the first yarn guiding roller and the second yarn guiding roller, and are conveyed toward the lower winding device, respectively wound around a plurality of bobbins installed on the bobbin holder . Further, the winding device has a plurality of distribution guides arranged at intervals in the axial direction of the bobbin holder. The plurality of yarns conveyed from the second yarn guiding roller are conveyed toward the plurality of bobbins after being separated by the plurality of dispensing guides and wound around the respective bobbins.
Further, it is disclosed that in the spinning winder, after the second yarn guiding roller that winds a plurality of yarns is moved to the yarn end position on one end side of the bobbin holder, the yarns are respectively hooked and A plurality of distribution guides corresponding to the plurality of bobbins respectively. More specifically, the spinning winder of Patent Document 1 has a cylindrical hanging yarn structure that moves in the axial direction of the bobbin holder (the direction in which the distribution guides are arranged). Pieces (hanging guides). First, a plurality of yarns wound around the second yarn guiding roller are hooked on the yarn hooking member in a state where the yarn hooking member is positioned near the yarn hooking position of the bobbin holder. Next, the hooking member that hooks the plurality of yarns is once moved toward the opposite side (the other end side of the bobbin holder) and then returned to the front. At this time, the yarn hooking member is moved in a direction slightly inclined with respect to the arrangement direction. Thereby, the plurality of yarns hooked on the yarn hooking member are respectively hooked on the plurality of distribution guides arranged in the arrangement direction.
Patent Document 1: Japanese Laid-Open Patent Publication No. 2012-188784
In the spinning winder of Patent Document 1, when the yarn is hooked on a plurality of distribution guides, it is necessary to once hook a plurality of yarns on the yarn hooking member, and move the yarn hooking member toward the opposite side. Thereafter, the yarn hooking member is moved again toward the front side. Therefore, the yarn hanging operation takes time, and accordingly, the amount of the discarded yarn increases. Further, in the case where the yarn-hanging operation of a part of the distribution guide fails, it is not possible to perform the yarn-hanging only on such a distribution guide. As a result, it is necessary to start from the beginning of all the yarns (from the hanging member to the hanging member). The yarn is machined) and the yarn is re-threaded.
The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and it is an object of the invention to provide a spinning winder capable of shortening the time required for the yarn hooking operation and easily rewinding the yarn.
A spinning winder according to a first aspect of the invention, comprising: a yarn guiding roller, wherein a plurality of yarns spun from a spinning device are arranged to be wound along an axial direction thereof; and a plurality of traverse fulcrum guides are along Established in the axial direction of the aforementioned yarn guide roller Arranging the plurality of yarns respectively from the yarn guiding roller; and the bobbin holder extending along the predetermined direction and arranging a plurality of bobbins in a predetermined direction along the predetermined direction. The plurality of yarns conveyed from the yarn guide roller via the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides are respectively wound around the plurality of bobbins, and the yarn guide roller can wind the plurality of yarns in the plurality of yarns The production position at the time of the bobbin moves between the yarn end positions closer to the end of the bobbin holder than the production position, and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides can be respectively conveyed from the yarn guide roller a production position when the plurality of yarns are guided toward the plurality of bobbins, and a plurality of traverse fulcrums when the production position is closer to the yarn-hanging position of the yarn guide roller than when the production position is located at the production position The guides are moved between smaller yarn-hanging positions.
In the present invention, the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides are moved to be closer to the yarn hooking position of the yarn guiding roller than when in the production position and smaller than the interval of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides at the aforementioned production position In the hanging position, the yarn is hooked on the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides. Therefore, when the traverse guide is hooked toward the traverse fulcrum guide, the interval between the adjacent traverse fulcrum guides is narrow, and therefore, the skein of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides becomes easy. Further, since the yarn hooking position of the yarn guiding roller is close to the yarn winding position of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides, it is easier to hang the yarns toward the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides. In this way, the time required for the yarn hooking operation can be shortened, and therefore, the workability at the time of the yarn hooking work can be improved. Further, since the amount of yarn to be discarded can be reduced due to the shortening of the yarn hanging time, the cost can be reduced.
In addition, even if a part of the traverse fulcrum guide fails to hang the yarn In this case, as long as a plurality of traversing fulcrum guides are returned to the hanging position again, only the traverse fulcrum guides for which the skein has failed can be hung, so that the rewinding operation toward the traverse fulcrum guide also changes. easily.
According to a first aspect of the invention, in the spinning reel, the spinning reel has a roller elevating portion that moves the yarn guide roller between the production position and the yarn hooking position; and controls The portion of the roller lifting portion is controlled.
In the present invention, the spinning winder includes a roller lifting portion that moves the yarn guiding roller between the production position and the yarn hooking position, and a control portion that controls the roller lifting portion. Therefore, the control unit can control the yarn guide roller raising and lowering portion to automatically raise and lower the yarn guiding roller.
According to a second aspect of the invention, in the second aspect of the invention, the traverse fulcrum guide driving unit is controlled by the control unit, and each of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides is Moving between the production position and the aforementioned hanging position; from the state in which the yarn guiding roller and the traverse fulcrum guide are respectively located at the hanging position, the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides are Before the end of the movement of the hanging position to the production position, the movement of the yarn guiding roller from the hanging position to the production position is completed.
When a plurality of traversing fulcrum guides are respectively returned to the production position after the end of the yarn guiding operation of the yarn guiding roller and the traverse fulcrum guide and the movement of the yarn guiding roller from the hanging position to the production position, in particular The bending angle of the yarn of the traverse fulcrum guide hooked to the yarn hooking position away from the yarn guiding roller becomes large. If the bending angle of the yarn is large, it is applied to the yarn and the traverse fulcrum guide The contact resistance between them becomes larger. As described above, there is a concern that the yarn wound around the yarn guide roller is loosened, entangled, or the like.
In the present invention, the movement of the yarn guiding roller from the hanging position to the production position is ended before the movement of the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides from the hanging position to the production position is completed. Therefore, it is possible to suppress the bending angle of the yarn hooked to the traverse fulcrum guide from becoming large. In this way, it is possible to prevent problems such as slack, entanglement, and the like of the yarn wound around the yarn guide roller.
According to a fourth aspect of the invention, in the first to third aspects of the invention, the yarn guide guide is provided in the vicinity of the yarn hooking position of the yarn guide roller, and the yarn restricting guide is provided in the yarn guide roller. a plurality of guiding members arranged in parallel with respect to an axial direction of the yarn guiding roller, wherein among the plurality of guiding members, a yarn storage space is formed by an adjacent pair of the guiding members to make the plurality of yarns Each of the yarn accommodation spaces is passed through.
In the present invention, a yarn restricting guide is provided in the vicinity of the yarn hooking position of the yarn guiding roller, and the yarn restricting guide is provided with a plurality of guiding members arranged in parallel with respect to the axial direction of the yarn guiding roller, In the plurality of guiding members, the yarn accommodating spaces are formed by the adjacent pair of guiding members, and the plurality of yarns are respectively passed through the yarn accommodating space. Thereby, the movement of the plurality of yarns in the axial direction of the yarn guide roller can be restricted, and therefore, when the yarn is traversed by the traverse guide, it is possible to prevent the plurality of yarns wound around the yarn guide roller from falling off.
According to a fourth aspect of the invention, in the spinning reel according to the fourth aspect of the invention, the yarn regulating guide can be raised and lowered together with the yarn guiding roller by the roller lifting portion.
In the present invention, the yarn restricting guide can be guided by the roller lifting portion The yarn rolls are lifted together. Therefore, the positions of the plurality of yarns in the axial direction of the yarn guiding roller can be restricted in the vicinity of the yarn guiding roller. Thereby, the traveling of a plurality of yarns can be stabilized.
In the yarn winding method of the spinning winder according to the sixth aspect of the invention, the spinning and winding mechanism includes a yarn guiding roller, and a plurality of yarns spun from the spinning device are arranged and wound along the axial direction thereof; a traversing fulcrum guide arranged in a predetermined direction crossing the axial direction of the yarn guiding roller, respectively hooking the plurality of yarns conveyed from the yarn guiding roller; and a bobbin holder along the predetermined direction Extending, and arranging a plurality of bobbins so as to be aligned along the predetermined direction, and winding the plurality of yarns conveyed from the yarn guide roller through the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides to the plurality of cylinders The yarn guide roller is movable between a production position when the plurality of yarns are wound around the plurality of bobbins and a yarn hooking position closer to one end of the bobbin holder than the production position, the plurality of Each of the traverse fulcrum guides can be respectively disposed at a production position when the plurality of yarns fed from the yarn guide roller are guided toward the plurality of bobbins, and closer to the yarn guide roller than when located at the production position The aforementioned hanging position and compared to In the production position, the movement of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides between the yam positions is smaller, and is characterized in that: a first moving step of the rollers is provided, and the yarn guiding rollers are moved from the production position to the yarn splicing a positional movement; a first moving step of the traversing fulcrum guide, moving each of the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides from the production position toward the hanging position; and a step of hanging the yarn to locate the plurality of yarns After the yarn guide rollers of the yarn position are hooked, the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides located at the yarn hooking position are respectively hooked.
In the present invention, as in the first invention, the time for the yarn hooking operation to the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides can be shortened, and the rewinding operation can be facilitated.
According to a sixth aspect of the invention, in the sixth aspect of the invention, the yarn winding method includes: a second moving step of the roller, wherein the yarn guiding roller is moved from the yarn hanging position toward the yarn winding position Moving the production position; and traversing the fulcrum guide second moving step, moving each of the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides from the hanging position to the production position, in the second moving step of the traversing fulcrum guide Before the end of the movement of the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides from the hanging position to the production position, in the second moving step of the roller, the movement of the yarn guiding roller from the hanging position to the production position is ended. .
In the present invention, as in the third invention, it is possible to prevent the bending angle of the yarn hooked to the traverse fulcrum guide from becoming large.
1‧‧‧Spinning and Traction Department
3‧‧‧Winding Department
4‧‧‧Roller lifting mechanism
11‧‧‧First yarn guide roller
12‧‧‧Second yarn guide roller
13‧‧‧ traverse fulcrum guide
14‧‧‧Yarn restraint guide
100‧‧‧Spinning winder
Figure 1 is a front view of a spinning winder.
2 is a perspective view of the first yarn guide roller, the second yarn guide roller, and the traverse fulcrum guide of FIG. 1.
Figure 3 is a perspective view of the yarn restricting guide.
4 is a perspective view of a traverse fulcrum guide, a guide member provided with a traverse fulcrum guide, and a cylinder inserted through the guide member.
Fig. 5 is a block diagram schematically showing an electrical configuration of a spinning winder.
Figure 6 is a view showing the step of hanging the yarn toward a plurality of traverse fulcrum guides Ming map.
Fig. 7 is a view showing the movement of the yarn guide roller after completion of the yarn hooking.
Figure 8 is a diagram showing the movement of the yarn traverse fulcrum guide.
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.
As shown in FIG. 1, the spinning winder 100 has a spinning take-up portion 1 for pulling a plurality of yarns 10 spun from the spinning machine 2, and a plurality of yarns to be pulled by the spinning drawing portion 1. 10 is wound around the winding portion 3 of the plurality of bobbins B. In the following description, the front end side of the bobbin holder 7 to be described later is set to the side on which the operator operates the spinning reel 100, that is, the front side, and the opposite side is set to the rear side.
(spinning traction section)
First, the spinning and pulling unit 1 will be described. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 2, the spinning take-up portion 1 has a first yarn guiding roller 11, a second yarn guiding roller 12, a yarn regulating guide 14, and a roller lifting mechanism 4. The plurality of yarns 10 spun from the spinning machine 2 are drawn by the first yarn guiding roller 11 and the second yarn guiding roller 12, and are wound toward the lower side of the first yarn guiding roller 11 and the second yarn guiding roller 12. Department 3 transport.
The first yarn guide roller 11 is disposed directly below the spinning machine 2. The first yarn guide roller 11 is provided at one end portion (front side in the drawing) of the roller elevating mechanism 4 in the longitudinal direction. The roller elevating mechanism 4 has a one end portion in the longitudinal direction (the front side in the drawing) as the lower side and the other end portion (the rear side in the drawing) as the upper side with respect to the front and rear. Configured obliquely. The first yarn guide roller 11 is rotatably supported by the roller elevating mechanism 4 such that its axis core is orthogonal to the axis of the bobbin holder 7.
The second yarn guide roller 12 is disposed such that its axis core is orthogonal to the axis of the bobbin holder 7. The second yarn guiding roller 12 is disposed at the upper rear portion of the first yarn guiding roller 11. The second yarn guide roller 12 is movable between a yarn hooking position (a position indicated by a chain line in Figs. 1 and 2) and a production position (a position indicated by a solid line in Figs. 1 and 2). Here, the "winding position" of the second yarn guiding roller 12 is the second yarn guiding roller 12 and the first yarn guiding roller 11 provided at the end of the roller lifting mechanism 4, and a plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 to be described later. The position of the hanging yarn is close to the position. In addition, the "production position" of the second yarn guide roller 12 is a position above the center of the yarn hanging position and above the center of the arrangement direction of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 to be described later.
The second yarn guide roller 12 is rotatably supported by the lift frame 28. The crane frame 28 is supported by the roller lifting mechanism 4 such that the axis of the second yarn guiding roller 12 is orthogonal to the axis of the bobbin holder 7. The roller elevating mechanism 4 has a roller elevating motor 18, a linear guide (not shown), and the like. The roller lift motor 18 is driven by an instruction from a control device 15 to be described later, whereby the lift frame 28 can slide in the longitudinal direction of the roller lift mechanism 4 along a linear guide (not shown). In this manner, the second yarn guide roller 12 attached to the crane frame 28 is moved between the aforementioned yarn hooking position and the production position.
The roller elevating mechanism 4 is supported by the strength member 29 through the connecting member 30 at the other end portion (the rear side in the drawing) in the longitudinal direction. The strength member 29 is orthogonal to the front-rear direction of the spinning winding device 100 and extends in the horizontal direction. The strength member 29 is fixed to the wall surface at both ends (for example, not shown) Or, or a support member (not shown) that is erected from the ground at an appropriate interval.
As shown in FIG. 1, the yarn restriction guide 14 is provided in the roller lifting mechanism 4 in the vicinity of the second yarn guiding roller 12. The yarn restricting guide 14 is disposed in front of the second yarn guiding roller 12. The yarn regulating guides 14 are provided so as to be parallel to the axial centers of the first yarn guiding rollers 11 and the second yarn guiding rollers 12 in the longitudinal direction thereof (the direction in which the guide sheets 14 are arranged to be arranged later). The yarn restricting guide 14 is lifted and lowered together with the second yarn guiding roller 12 by the roller lifting mechanism 4.
As shown in FIG. 3, the yarn restriction guide 14 includes a plurality of guide pieces 14a arranged in series, and a guide rail 14b that supports the guide piece 14a. A dovetail groove 14c having a C-shaped cross section is formed in the guide rail 14b, and an engagement projection 14d that engages with the dovetail groove 14c is provided in each of the guide pieces 14a. By engaging the engagement projections 14d of the respective guide pieces 14a with the dovetail grooves 14c of the guide rails 14b, the plurality of guide pieces 14a are supported by the guide rails 14b and arranged in the longitudinal direction of the guide rails 14b. Further, a pair of stoppers 14e are fitted to the guide rails 14b so that a plurality of guide pieces 14a are provided in this arrangement from both ends. The pair of stoppers 14e are fixed to the guide rail 14b by screws (not shown) in a state of being pressed toward each other, so that the plurality of guide pieces 14a arranged in the longitudinal direction of the guide rail 14b are tightly connected to each other. paste. At this time, the yarn accommodation space S is formed by the adjacent pair of guide pieces 14a in the plurality of guide pieces 14a. Further, the yarn restricting guide 14 may be any guide as long as it can restrict the position of each of the yarns 10, respectively. The yarn restricting guide may be, for example, a comb-shaped integral guide, which may be a grooved roller-shaped guide, or a single yarn guide that arranges a dogtail guide or the like. The guide piece.
(winding section)
Next, the winding unit 3 will be described. As shown in FIG. 1, the winding part 3 is arrange|positioned below the spinning-traction part 1. The winding portion 3 has a plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 that respectively distribute the plurality of yarns 10 fed from the second yarn guide roller 12, and a yarn 10 that is distributed by the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 a plurality of traverse guides 8 that move laterally respectively; a plurality of bobbins B that respectively wind the yarns 10 that are laterally moved by the traverse guides 8; and a plurality of bobbins B along the axis Two bobbin holders 7 mounted in a row; a disk-shaped turntable 6 supporting one end of the bobbin holder 7; a main body frame 5 supporting the turntable 6 as a rotatable; and being movable in the vertical direction with respect to the main body frame 5, The contact roller 9 is accessible or separated with respect to the bobbin B mounted on the bobbin holder 7.
The plurality of bobbins B mounted on the bobbin holder 7 are rotated, and the yarns 10 are wound around the plurality of bobbins B that are rotating. At this time, the yarn 10 wound around the bobbin B is traversed by the traverse guide 8 capable of reciprocating in the axial direction of the bobbin B in front of it. The fulcrums are laterally moved in the axial direction of the bobbin B, respectively, thereby forming the package body P. Further, when the yarn is wound toward the bobbin B, the contact roller 9 rotates while applying a predetermined contact pressure to the package P, and the shape of the package P is adjusted.
Here, the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 described above will be described in more detail. As shown in FIG. 3, a plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are slidably mounted on the guide member along the longitudinal direction of the guide member 23. twenty three. The guide member 23 is attached to the main body frame 5 by two support members in such a manner that its longitudinal direction is parallel to the axial direction of the bobbin holder 7. Adjacent traverse fulcrum guides 13 are coupled to each other by a belt body 24. Further, a slider 25 is integrally coupled to the traverse fulcrum guide 13 located at the rear. A cylinder 26 is inserted into the guide member 23. A piston member (not shown) that moves in the longitudinal direction by the supply of air is housed in the cylinder 26. A magnet is attached to each of the piston member (not shown) and the slider 25, and a piston member (not shown) is coupled to the slider 25 by a magnetic force between the magnets. That is, the slider 25 is moved by driving the piston member (not shown), and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are moved in accordance with the movement of the slider 25.
The plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are moved rearward by the slider 25. First, the traversing fulcrum guide 13 that is integrally coupled to the slider 25 is moved. The belt body 24 attached to the traverse fulcrum guide 13 is gradually extended along with the movement of the traverse fulcrum guide 13 at the rearmost side. When the belt 24 is completely straightened and stretched, the traverse fulcrum guide 13 joined by the belt body 24 and adjacent to the rearmost traverse fulcrum guide 13 is moved. By repeating the above operations, all the belt bodies 24 are tightened. Here, the arrangement of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 in a state in which all the belt bodies 24 are stretched is set as the "production position" of the traverse fulcrum guides 13. Further, the arrangement of the traverse fulcrum guides 13 when all the traverse fulcrum guides 13 are concentrated to the front and the adjacent traverse fulcrum guides 13 are close to each other is set as the "winding position" of the traverse fulcrum guide 13 ". The hanging position is close to the hanging position of the second yarn guiding roller 12 and the first yarn guiding roller 11.
(electrical structure)
Next, the electrical structure of the spinning winder 100 will be described. As shown in FIG. 4, the control device 15 that controls the operation of the spinning winder 100 controls the first roller drive motor 16 that drives the first yarn guide roller 11, and the second roller that drives the second yarn guide roller 12. The drive motor 17, the turntable drive motor 20 that rotates the turntable 6, the bobbin drive motor 21 that rotates the bobbin holder 7, and the like, and the plurality of yarns 10 spun from the spinning machine 2 are respectively wound around a plurality of bobbins B.
Further, the control device 15 receives a signal from the operation unit 22 operated by the operator at the time of the yarn hooking operation. Then, the control device 15 controls the supply of power to the roller lifting motor 18 of the roller elevating mechanism 4 and the valve 19 that supplies the working gas to the cylinder 26 based on the signal from the operation unit 22, and controls the second yarn guiding roller 12 The movement of the lifting frame 28 and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 is controlled.
(hanging yarn)
The operation of hooking the plurality of yarns 10 spun from the spinning machine 2 to the spinning winder 100 and the operation of the spinning winder 100 at this time will be described. Further, during the yarn hooking operation, the operator stands on the front side of the spinning winder 100 to perform work.
In a state where the second yarn guiding roller 12 is at the production position and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are at the production position, when the operator operates the operation portion 22, the control device 15 controls the roller lifting motor 18 to cause the crane 28 to be lifted. slip Thereby, as shown in Fig. 5, the second yarn guiding roller 12 attached to the crane frame 28 is moved toward the yarn hooking position. Along with this, the yarn restricting guides 14 provided in the roller elevating mechanism 4 also move together. Further, the control device 15 controls the air valve 19 to operate the air cylinder 26 to move the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 toward the hanging position. In this manner, the second yarn guiding roller 12 approaches the first yarn guiding roller 11, and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 approaches the second yarn guiding roller 12. At this time, the second yarn guide roller 12 and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are all moved to the front end portion of the spinning winder 100. In other words, the second yarn guide roller 12 and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are moved to the front side of the spinning winder 100 in which the operator stands.
After this state, the operator holds the plurality of yarns 10 spun from the spinning machine 2 by the sniffer gun 27, and performs yarn hooking in the order of the first yarn guiding roller 11 and the second yarn guiding roller 12. Further, a plurality of yarns 10 are respectively hooked toward the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13. Further, the hanging yarn can be carried out from either of the front side and the rear side.
The plurality of yarns 10 respectively pass through the yarns formed by the adjacent pair of guiding pieces 14a of the yarn restricting guide 14 after the yarn is wound toward the first yarn guiding roller 11 and before the second yarn guiding roller 12 is hooked. Line storage space S. Thus, the movement of the plurality of yarns 10 in the axial direction of the second yarn guiding roller 12 can be restricted, and therefore, when the yarn is wound toward the traverse fulcrum guide 13, it is possible to prevent the plurality of yarns wound around the second yarn guiding roller 12 from being wound The yarn 10 is detached. Further, since the respective positions of the plurality of yarns 10 in the axial direction of the second yarn guiding roller 12 can be restricted, the traveling of the plurality of yarns 10 at the time of production can be stabilized not only at the time of yarn hooking.
The second yarn guiding roller 12 and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are facing the operator The front side of the standing spinning winder 100 moves, and among the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13, the interval between adjacent traverse fulcrum guides 13 is small. Therefore, the yarn hooking toward the traverse fulcrum guide 13 becomes easy. Further, the first yarn guiding roller 11, the second yarn guiding roller 12, and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are close to each other at the front end portion of the spinning winder 100, and therefore, toward the first yarn guiding roller 11, the second The yarn hooking of the yarn guide roller 12 and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 is facilitated. In this way, the time required for the yarn hooking operation can be shortened, and therefore, the workability of the yarn hooking work can be improved. Further, since the amount of the discarded yarn 10 can be reduced due to the shortening of the yarn hanging time, the cost can be reduced. Further, even if the yarn splicing fails in a part of the traverse fulcrum guide 13, as long as the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are returned to the yarn hooking position again, only the traverse fulcrum guide 13 which fails the yarn splicing is performed. It is sufficient to hang the yarn, and therefore, the work of rewinding the yarn toward the traverse fulcrum guide 13 is also easy.
After the completion of the hooking of the first yarn guiding roller 11, the second yarn guiding roller 12, and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13, when the operator operates the operation portion 22, first, as shown in FIG. 6, the control device 15 The roller lift motor 18 is controlled to move the second yarn guide roller 12 toward the production position. Further, the control device 15 controls the air valve 19 to operate the air cylinder 26, and as shown in Fig. 7, the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are dispersed toward the production position. At this time, the movement of the second yarn guide roller 12 from the yarn hooking position to the production position is ended before the movement of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 from the yarn hooking position to the production position is completed. These operations can be realized, for example, by a timing circuit built in the control device 15. In addition, as for the moving speed of the second yarn guiding roller 12 and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 and the timing of starting the movement, as long as a plurality of traverse branches are provided Before the movement of the spot guide 13 from the hanging position to the production position is completed, the movement of the second yarn guiding roller 12 from the yarn winding position to the production position can be completed, and the setting can be appropriately set.
Here, in the case where the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 are respectively returned to the production position before the end of the movement of the second yarn guide roller 12 from the yarn hooking position toward the production position, in particular, hooking on the spinning roll The bending angle of the yarn 10 of the traverse fulcrum guide 13 on the rear side of the winding machine 100 becomes large. If the bending angle of the yarn 10 is large, the contact resistance applied between the yarn 10 and the traverse fulcrum guide 13 becomes large. As a result, there is a concern that the yarn 10 wound around the second yarn guiding roller 12 is loosened, the monofilament is wound, or the like.
As described above, before the end of the movement of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 from the hanging position to the production position, the movement of the second yarn guiding roller 12 from the yarn winding position to the production position is ended, so that the hooking can be suppressed. The bending angle of the yarn 10 of the traverse fulcrum guide 13 on the rear side of the spinning winder 100 becomes large. Thereby, it is possible to prevent problems such as slack of the yarn 10 wound around the second yarn guide roller 12, and entanglement of the monofilament.
The preferred embodiments of the present invention have been described above, but the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments and examples, and various design changes can be made within the scope of the claims.
In the above-described embodiment, the case where eight traverse fulcrum guides 13 are provided has been described, but the number of traverse fulcrum guides 13 is not limited thereto. How many traverse fulcrum guides 13 are provided can be provided.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, the cylinder 26 is used as the mechanism for moving the traverse fulcrum guide 13, but the invention is not limited thereto. only if The mechanism capable of moving the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides 13 between the hanging position and the production position may be a different mechanism. For example, the traverse fulcrum guide 13 may be driven by a motor such as a linear motor to move the traverse fulcrum guide 13 between the hooking position and the production position.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, the yarn restricting guide 14 is suitable for preventing the yarn from falling off and the running of the yarn at the time of winding, but it may be provided to be used only for either one. For example, in the case where the yarn restriction guide is provided to prevent the yarn from falling off during the winding only, the yarn restriction guide may be provided in the vicinity of the yarn hooking position of the second yarn guiding roller 12, or may be omitted. It is possible to ascend and descend as in the above embodiment.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, the yarn restricting guide 14 is raised and lowered together with the second yarn guiding roller 12, but a mechanism in which only the yarn restricting guide 14 can be independently moved may be provided.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, the yarn restricting guide 14 is provided only in the vicinity of the second yarn guiding roller 12 in the roller lifting mechanism 4, and is raised and lowered together with the second yarn guiding roller 12, but for example, the yarn restricting guide is also The yarn regulating guide 14 provided in the roller lifting and lowering mechanism 4 and moving up and down together with the second yarn guiding roller 12 in the vicinity of the second yarn guiding roller 12, and the roller regulating roller 14 in the vicinity of the first yarn guiding roller 11 may be disposed. The yarn restricting guide of the lifting mechanism 4 is of two types.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, it is described that the plurality of yarns 10 pass through the phase of the yarn restricting guide 14 respectively after the yarn is wound toward the first yarn guiding roller 11 and before the second yarn guiding roller 12 is hooked. a yarn accommodating space S formed by a pair of adjacent guide pieces 14a, but it is also possible to hang the yarn toward the first yarn guiding roller 11 After the second yarn guiding roller 12 is hooked, the plurality of yarns 10 pass through the yarn accommodating spaces S formed by the adjacent pair of guiding pieces 14a of the yarn regulating guides 14, respectively.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, the second yarn guide roller 12 and the traverse fulcrum guide 13 are controlled by the control device 15 to be automatically moved, but for example, the second guide may be manually moved by the operator. Yarn roller 12 and traverse fulcrum guide 13. Further, one of the second yarn guiding roller 12 and the traverse fulcrum guide 13 may be manually moved to automatically move the other. That is, for example, the movement of the yarn hooking position and the production position of the traverse fulcrum guide 13 may be manually performed by the operator. In this case, it is preferable to provide a display lamp indicating that the operation is possible, or to provide a brake mechanism for stopping the operation, or to illuminate the lamp according to a signal from the control device 15 to urge the operator to perform the work, or according to a signal from the control device 15. The brake mechanism is released to enable the operation, and the work is sequentially performed in a predetermined order.
Further, in the above-described embodiment, the spinning and winding machine 100 is wound without performing heat treatment on the plurality of spun yarns 10, but for example, the spinning and winding machine may be provided with a plurality of spun yarns. The yarn 10 is heated and stretched. That is to say, it can also be applied to a spinning winder that winds an extended yarn by a winding portion.
1‧‧‧Spinning and Traction Department
2‧‧‧ spinning machine
3‧‧‧Winding Department
4‧‧‧Roller lifting mechanism
5‧‧‧ Mainframe
6‧‧‧ Turntable
7‧‧‧Bob bracket
8‧‧‧ traverse guide
9‧‧‧Contact roller
10‧‧‧Yarn
11‧‧‧First yarn guide roller
12‧‧‧Second yarn guide roller
13‧‧‧ traverse fulcrum guide
14‧‧‧Yarn restraint guide
28‧‧‧lifting frame
29‧‧‧Strength components
30‧‧‧Connected components
100‧‧‧Spinning winder
B‧‧‧Bob
P‧‧‧Package

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  1. A spinning winder comprising: a yarn guiding roller for winding a plurality of yarns spun from a spinning device along an axial direction thereof; and a plurality of traverse fulcrum guides along the aforementioned The yarn guide rollers are arranged in a predetermined direction in the axial direction, respectively hooking the plurality of yarns conveyed from the yarn guiding roller; and the bobbin holder extending along the predetermined direction and arranged along the predetermined direction A plurality of bobbins are mounted, and the plurality of yarns conveyed from the yarn guide rollers via the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides are respectively wound around the plurality of bobbins, and the yarn guide rollers can be a plurality of yarns are wound between the production position when the plurality of bobbins are wound, and a yarn hanging position closer to one end of the bobbin holder than the production position, and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides can respectively be: a production position when the plurality of yarns fed from the yarn guide roller are guided toward the plurality of bobbins, and a position closer to the yarn hooking position of the yarn guide roller than when located at the production position, and is located at a position The above multiple horizontals when producing the position Fulcrum guide spacer member movable between a smaller yarn hanging position.
  2. The spinning winder according to claim 1, further comprising: a roller lifting portion that moves the yarn guiding roller between the production position and the yarn hooking position; and a control portion that faces the roller The lifting section controls.
  3. The spinning winder according to claim 2, further comprising: a traverse fulcrum guide driving unit, wherein the control unit controls the respective ones of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides at the production position Moving between the yarn-hanging position and the state in which the yarn guiding roller and the traverse fulcrum guide are respectively located at the yarn-hanging position, and the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides are hung from the front according to a command from the control unit Before the end of the movement of the yarn position toward the production position, the movement of the yarn guide roller from the yarn-hanging position toward the production position is completed.
  4. The spinning winder according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein a yarn restricting guide is provided in the vicinity of the yarn hooking position of the yarn guiding roller, and the yarn restricting guide is provided a plurality of guiding members arranged in parallel with respect to an axial direction of the yarn guiding roller, wherein among the plurality of guiding members, a yarn storage space is formed by an adjacent pair of the guiding members to make the plurality of yarns Each of the yarn accommodation spaces is passed through.
  5. The spinning winder according to claim 4, wherein the yarn restricting guide can be lifted and lowered together with the yarn guiding roller by the roller lifting portion.
  6. A yarn winding method for a spinning winder, the spinning and winding mechanism comprising: a yarn guiding roller, and a plurality of yarns spun from the spinning device are arranged and wound along the axial direction thereof; The fulcrum guides are arranged along a predetermined direction crossing the axial direction of the aforementioned yarn guide roller, Sewing the plurality of yarns conveyed from the yarn guiding roller respectively; and the bobbin holder extending along the predetermined direction and arranging a plurality of bobbins in a predetermined direction along the predetermined direction, which will be guided from the foregoing The plurality of yarns that are conveyed by the yarn rolls via the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides are respectively wound around the plurality of bobbins, and the yarn guide rollers are capable of winding the plurality of yarns around the plurality of bobbins a production position, moving between a hooking position closer to one end of the bobbin holder than the production position, the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides being respectively capable of: the plurality of yarns to be conveyed from the yarn guiding roller a production position when guiding toward the plurality of bobbins, and a position closer to the aforementioned yarn hooking position of the yarn guiding roller than when located in the production position, and more than an interval of the plurality of traverse fulcrum guides when located at the production position Moving between small yarn-hanging positions, characterized in that: a first moving step of the roller, moving the yarn guiding roller from the production position to the hanging position; and a first moving step of the traverse fulcrum guiding member Each of the traversing fulcrum guides moves from the production position to the hanging position; and the staking step, after the plurality of yarns are hung on the yarn guiding roller at the hanging position, respectively The plurality of traversing fulcrum guides of the hanging yarn position are hung.
  7. The yarn winding method of the spinning winder according to the sixth aspect of the invention, further comprising: a second moving step of the roller, after the yarn hooking step, the yarn guiding roller Moving from the aforementioned hanging position to the aforementioned production position; and traversing the fulcrum guide second moving step, moving each of the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides from the hanging position to the production position, in the traverse fulcrum In the second moving step, before the end of the movement of the plurality of traversing fulcrum guides from the hanging position to the production position, in the second moving step of the roller, the yarn guiding roller is moved from the hanging position The movement of the aforementioned production position ends.
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