TWI401427B - Support for all size panel of worktable usingtesting device for display panel - Google Patents

Support for all size panel of worktable usingtesting device for display panel Download PDF

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TWI401427B
TWI401427B TW097130293A TW97130293A TWI401427B TW I401427 B TWI401427 B TW I401427B TW 097130293 A TW097130293 A TW 097130293A TW 97130293 A TW97130293 A TW 97130293A TW I401427 B TWI401427 B TW I401427B
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Description

Multi-standard panel support device for display panel inspection device
The present invention relates to a workbench for a display panel detecting device for detecting the excellence of a display panel, and more particularly to detecting a display panel of different sizes on one workbench to maximize the utilization of the device. A multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device capable of detecting faster than the prior art.
Recently, a small-sized and light-weight flat panel display (PDP: Liquid Crystal Display) has been popularized. Due to the development of technology, current flat panel displays have large screen sizes, reduced thickness, and light weight.
The panel of the flat panel display is manufactured through a plurality of stages of manufacturing processes, and the display panel manufactured through each manufacturing process is subjected to a specified lighting test in each process, and only the lighting that can maintain a certain standard or more is maintained. Good products in the state can enter the next process, thus effectively preventing the defective products from leaving the factory.
The test process of such a display panel is that the worker supplies the display panel to be tested to the supply level at the ground level. The supply portion that receives the display panel is rotated at an angle relative to the ground (which is the angle at which the worker can see the display panel most clearly in the test portion). The display panel of the supply unit is moved to the measurement by the transfer unit Test department. In the test part, the display panel and the test part are electrically connected, and the display panel transmits and receives an electric signal, and the backlight is lit to emit light to the outside. In this process, the worker visually inspects the display panel, confirms the color of the display panel, the bad picture element, etc., and judges whether the display panel is excellent or not.
Further, after dark processing is performed on the inside of the closed space in which the camera is installed, the panel provided on the upper side of the table is detected by the camera in an automated manner.
In the panel detecting device according to the above technique, as shown in FIG. 11, the table is provided with a substrate 1 having a hole at a central portion thereof on the upper side of the alignment stage (not shown), on the substrate. A table 10 is mounted on the hole of one, and a plurality of the table 10 are prepared in accordance with the size of the display panel to be detected, and a display panel is separately provided thereon for detection.
However, in order to mount a table of a different specification conforming to the size of the display panel, such an existing workbench must be provided with an adapter corresponding to the size of the table on the upper side of the alignment clip. Therefore, it is necessary to pay a certain fee for preparing various adapters, and it is also a problem to prepare a site for storing each substrate.
Moreover, it takes a lot of time to assemble the table on the alignment clip, so there is also a problem that the detection time of the display panel is delayed.
In order to solve the above problems, a scheme for supporting each side of the display panel is proposed, such as the "support panel of a display panel or a probe block" of Korean Patent No. 786631.
The above prior patent has the advantage of moving the support frame supporting the display panel To test the display panels of various specifications on one workbench, but the problem lies in: in order to ensure the space required for the movement of each support frame, the substrate of the worktable is manufactured with a size larger than a certain size; each support frame When moving, one end portion thereof is not fixed, and vibration occurs at the end portion to affect the detection work of the display panel.
In order to solve the above problems, the present invention provides a multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device, which aims to adjust a workbench according to the size of the display panel, and to detect various display panels of different specifications by one workbench.
Another object of the present invention is to simplify the apparatus required for the detection of the display panel, to save the time required to adjust the worktable according to the size of the display panel, and to save the cost of detecting the defective condition of the display panel, thereby reducing the display panel. production cost.
Another object of the present invention is to minimize the operating space of the workbench, to improve the utilization of the operating space, and to reduce the occurrence of vibration on the adjustable worktable, thereby accurately performing the detection work of the display panel.
In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a multi-standard panel supporting device for a display panel detecting device, which is mounted on a substrate on the upper side of the alignment clip, and is characterized in that the supporting device The method includes: an X-axis moving module, wherein the X-axis moving module is disposed in a length direction of the Y-axis on both sides of the substrate in the X-axis direction, and moves in an X-axis direction on a plane of the substrate; a Y-axis moving module The Y-axis moving module is disposed on the X-axis longitudinal direction on both sides of the substrate in the Y-axis direction, and moves in the Y-axis direction on the substrate plane, and moves to the Z-axis with the X-axis moving module The direction is isolated to avoid interference with the X-axis moving module; and, the fixed block includes a first fixed slider, a second fixed slider, a third fixed slider, and a fourth Fixing a slider, the fixed slider is respectively disposed inside the four corners formed by the intersection of the X-axis moving module and the Y-axis moving module, and sliding on the X-axis moving module and the Y-axis moving module .
The X-axis moving module includes a first moving portion provided on one side of the substrate in the X-axis direction, and a second moving portion provided on the other side of the substrate in the X-axis direction corresponding to the first moving portion. The first moving unit and the second moving unit are independently driven.
The first moving unit includes a first moving plate that is disposed on the substrate side in the Y-axis longitudinal direction, and a first LM guide that guides the first moving plate in the X-axis direction of the substrate; a first ball screw that moves the first moving plate in the X-axis direction; and a first driving motor that supplies power to the first ball screw. The second moving unit includes a second moving plate provided on the other side of the substrate corresponding to the first moving plate, and a second moving plate that guides the X-axis direction of the substrate a 2LM guide rail; a second ball screw that moves the second moving plate in the X-axis direction; and a second drive motor that supplies the second ball screw.
The Y-axis moving module includes: a third moving plate that is disposed in a longitudinal direction of the X-axis on a side of the substrate in the Y-axis direction; and is disposed corresponding to the third moving plate a fourth moving plate on the other side of the substrate in the Y-axis direction; and the third moving plate and the fourth moving plate are provided on both sides of the third moving plate and the fourth moving plate, and guide the third moving plate and the fourth moving plate in the Y-axis direction. a third LM rail and a fourth LM rail; and the third moving screw and the fourth moving plate are moved in the Y-axis direction from both sides, so that the third moving plate and the fourth moving plate are close to each other or away from each other; A fourth ball screw; a third drive motor that supplies power to the third ball screw and the fourth ball screw.
The third ball screw is provided with a first gear box (Gear boxes), and the fourth ball screw is provided with a second gear box, and the first gear box and the second gear box are connected by a rotating shaft. The rotation shaft rotates under the driving of the third drive motor, and the third ball screw and the fourth ball screw rotate in the same direction at the same speed by the first transmission case and the second transmission case.
a first slide rail is provided at a constant height in the Z-axis direction on the first moving plate side, and the first slide rail is provided with a fifth LM rail having a seventh slider and an eighth slider on both sides, the first 2, a second slide rail is provided at a certain height in the lateral direction of the Z-axis on the moving plate, and the second slide rail is provided with the ninth slider and the tenth slide on both sides corresponding to the fifth LM rail. a sixth fixed rail of the sixth LM rail, wherein the seventh fixed slider is connected to the first fixed slider, the second fixed slider is connected to the eighth slider, and the third fixed slider is connected to the ninth slider. 10 The 4th fixed slider is connected to the slider.
The seventh LM rail and the eighth LM rail are provided on both sides of the third moving plate in the X-axis longitudinal direction, and the ninth LM is provided on both sides of the fourth moving plate in the X-axis longitudinal direction. a rail and a 10LM rail, wherein the seventh fixed rail is connected to the seventh LM rail, a second fixed slider is connected to the eighth LM rail, and a third fixed slider is connected to the ninth LM rail. A fourth fixed slider is connected to the 10LM rail.
The multi-standard panel supporting device for the work surface of the display panel detecting device of the present invention has the effect of adjusting the working table according to the size of the display panel, and detecting the display panels of various specifications by using one working table, thereby saving work on the working table. Cost, while reducing the cost of display panel production.
Moreover, the work space of the workbench can be minimized, the utilization of the operation space can be improved, and the vibration generated on the workbench can be reduced, so that the detection work of the display panel can be accurately performed.
Hereinafter, a multi-standard panel supporting device for a table for a display panel detecting device according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings.
1 is a perspective view of a multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device according to an embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 2 is a plan view of a multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 3 is a plan view of the x-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 1; FIG. 4 is a working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 3D schematic diagram of the x-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device; FIG. 5 is a multi-specific specification of the working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. A schematic diagram of a fixed slider is disposed on the x-axis moving module of the panel supporting device; FIG. 6 is a schematic plan view of the y-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the working platform for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 7 is a perspective view of the y-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 6; FIG. 8 is a table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. The y-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device is provided with a stereoscopic schematic diagram of a fixed slider; FIG. 9 is an x-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. FIG. 10 is a schematic diagram showing a state in which the y-axis moving module moves toward the inside; FIG. 10 is a view showing the x-axis moving module and the y-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. State diagram.
Referring to FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, a multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device according to an embodiment of the present invention includes: a substrate 900 having a hollow portion formed therein; and sliding toward the x-axis and the y-axis of the substrate 900, And fixing the fixed slider 800 of the four corners of the display panel (not shown) to be detected; the x-axis moving module 100 that moves the fixed slider 800 in the x-axis direction; and, the fixed slider 800 is oriented to the y-axis The y-axis moving module 400 moves in the direction.
Referring to FIGS. 3 and 4 , the X-axis movement module 100 includes a first moving unit 200 disposed on the left side of the substrate 900 and a second moving unit 300 on the right side.
The first moving unit 200 includes a first moving plate 210 that is disposed on the left side of the substrate 900 in the y-axis direction, and an x that moves the first moving plate 210 to the substrate 900. The first LM guide 230 that guides the axial direction, the first ball screw 220 that moves the first moving plate 210 in the X-axis direction of the substrate 900, and the first drive motor 223 that supplies the first ball screw 220.
The first LM guide 230 is for supporting both sides of the first moving plate 210, and includes a first guide rail 231 that is provided on both sides of the substrate 900 in the X-axis direction, and a first slide that slides along the first guide rail 231. A runner 232 is connected to both end portions of the first moving plate 210.
The first ball screw 220 is disposed on the lower left side of the plane of the substrate 900, and includes a first screw 221 which is rotatably formed in a unidirectional direction, and a first load block which is movable according to the thread on the first screw 221. (bearing block) 222.
One side of the first load-bearing block 222 is connected to a lower end portion of the first movable plate 210, and a left end portion of the first screw 221 is connected to the first drive motor 223, and when the first drive motor 223 rotates in the forward/reverse direction, The first load-bearing block 222 is moved to the left or right in the X-axis direction.
The second moving unit 300 is disposed to face the first moving unit 200, and includes a second moving plate 310 that is disposed on the right side of the substrate 900 in the Y-axis direction, and the second moving plate 310 is oriented in the x-axis direction of the substrate 900. The second LM rail 330 that guides the second ball screw 320 that moves the second moving plate 310 in the X-axis direction of the substrate 900; and the second driving motor 323 that supplies the second ball screw 320.
The second LM guide 330 is configured to support both sides of the second moving plate 310, and includes a second guide rail 331 that is disposed on the both sides of the substrate 900 in the X-axis direction and along the second guide rail 331. The second slider 332 that moves the second rail 331 is coupled to both end portions of the second moving plate 310.
The second ball screw 320 is disposed on the lower right side of the plane of the substrate 900, and includes a second screw 321 formed with a thread that can rotate in one direction, and a second load block 322 that moves along the thread of the second screw.
One side of the second load-bearing block 322 is coupled to the end of the second moving plate 310, and the left end of the second screw 321 is connected to the second drive motor 323. When the second drive motor 323 is rotating in the forward/reverse direction, The second load-bearing block 322 is moved to the left or right in the X-axis direction.
Referring to Fig. 5, a spacer block 110 having a constant height is provided on the upper side of the first moving plate 210 and the second moving plate 310, and a first slide rail 240 and a second slide rail 340 are provided on the upper side of the spacer block 110, respectively. In other words, the first slide rail 240 is provided on the upper side of the first moving plate 210, and the second slide rail 340 is provided on the upper side of the second moving plate 310.
On the first slide rail 240, a fifth LM rail 250 is provided along the Y-axis direction on the side surface in the direction in which the display panel is fixed. The fifth LM rail 250 includes a fifth rail 251 that is provided on the side surface of the first slide rail 240, and a seventh slider 252 and an eighth slider 253 that are movably provided on both sides of the fifth rail 251.
The second slide rail 340 is provided with a sixth LM rail 350 that is disposed opposite to the fifth LM rail 250 of the first slide rail 240. The sixth LM rail 350 includes a sixth rail 351 that is disposed on a side surface of the second slide rail 340 and is movably disposed The ninth slider 352 and the tenth slider 353 on both sides of the sixth rail 351.
A fixed slider 800 for fixing the display panel is connected to the seventh slider 252 to the third slider 353 of the first slide rail 240 and the second slide rail 340.
The fixed slider 800 presses the four corners of the display panel to fix the display panel, and forms a first fixed slider 810 and a second fixed slider 820 having a '┐' shape corresponding to each corner of the oppositely disposed display panel. The third fixed slider 830 and the fourth fixed slider 840.
In the fixed slider 800 having the above configuration, the left side surface of the first fixed slider 810 is connected to the seventh slider 252 and moves along the fifth rail 251, and the left side surface of the second fixed slider 820 is connected to the eighth slider 253. And moving along the fifth rail 251, the right side surface of the third fixed slider 830 is connected to the ninth slider 352, and moves along the sixth rail 351, and the right side surface of the fourth fixed slider 840 and the tenth slider The 353 is connected and moves along the sixth rail 351.
In other words, in the first moving unit 200 of the X-axis moving module 100, the first fixed slider 810 and the second fixed slider 820 can be connected to the Y-axis direction, and the second moving unit 300 can be moved to the Y. The third fixed slider 830 and the fourth fixed slider 840 are movably connected in the axial direction, and the fixed slider 800 as a whole moves in the X-axis direction according to the movement of the first moving portion 200 and the second moving portion 300.
Referring to FIGS. 6 and 7, the Y-axis moving module 400 includes a third moving plate 510 disposed on the upper side in the Y-axis direction of the substrate 900, and is disposed opposite to the Y-axis direction of the substrate 900 opposite to the third moving plate 510. 4th moving plate 610; set in the third The third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610 are guided to the third LM rail 530 and the fourth LM rail 630 in the Y-axis direction on both sides of the moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610; the third moving plate is slid from both sides The third ball screw 520 and the fourth ball screw 620 that move the 510 and the fourth moving plate 610 in the Y-axis direction so that the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610 are apart from each other are approaching the third ball screw 520 and The third ball motor 430 is powered by the fourth ball screw 620.
The third moving plate 510 is provided on the upper side of the substrate 900 and is provided to extend left and right along the X-axis direction. Similarly to the third moving plate 510, the fourth moving plate 610 is provided on the lower side of the substrate 900 so as to extend left and right along the X-axis direction, and is provided to face the third moving plate 510.
The third LM guide 530 is provided at a right end portion of the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610, and a third rail 531 is provided on the right side of the substrate 900 in the Y-axis direction, and the upper side of the third rail 531 is provided with The third slider 532 is provided with a fourth slider 533 on the lower side of the third rail 531.
In the upper surface, the third slider 532 of the third LM rail 530 is connected to the right end of the third moving plate 510, and the fourth slider 533 is connected to the right end of the fourth moving plate 610, so that the third moving plate 510 and the 4 The moving plate 610 moves in the Y-axis direction.
The fourth LM guide 630 is provided at the left end of the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610. The fourth guide 631 is provided on the left side Y-axis direction of the substrate 900, and the fourth guide 631 is provided with the fifth side. The slider 632 is provided with a sixth slider 633 on the lower side of the fourth rail 631.
The fifth slider 632 of the fourth LM rail 630 having the above configuration is connected to the left end portion of the third moving plate 510, and the sixth slider 633 is connected to the left end portion of the fourth moving plate 610, so that the third moving plate 510 and the third 4 The moving plate 610 moves in the Y-axis direction.
The third ball screw 520 is disposed on the upper surface of the substrate 900 adjacent to the right side of the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610, and includes a third screw 521 which is provided in the Y-axis direction and is formed with a thread, and is provided in the third The third load-bearing block 522 and the fourth load-bearing block 523 are provided above and below the screw 521.
Here, the thread formed on the third screw 521 is formed so that the upper and lower threads are reversely rotated centering on the position where the third screw 521 is divided into two in the Y-axis direction, with the third screw When the rotation of 521 is performed, the third load-bearing block 522 and the fourth load-bearing block 523 connected to the third screw 521 move closer to each other or move away from each other.
The fourth ball screw 620 is disposed opposite to the third ball screw 520, and is disposed on the upper surface of the substrate 900 adjacent to the left side of the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610, and includes a thread formed along the Y-axis direction and formed with a thread. The fourth screw 621 and the fifth load-bearing block 622 and the sixth load-bearing block 623 provided above and below the fourth screw 621.
The thread on the fourth screw 621 is the same as the thread on the third screw 521, and the thread of the fourth screw 621 is divided into two parts, and the upper and lower parts are reversely rotated with respect to each other. The rotation of the fourth screw 621, The fifth load bearing block 622 and the sixth load bearing block 623 move closer to each other or move away from each other.
The third ball screw 520 and the fourth ball screw 620 are driven by the third drive motor 430, and the power of the third drive motor 430 is transmitted to the belt 432 by a drive pulley 431 provided on the third drive motor 430. The belt 432 rotates the driven pulley 433, which transmits power to the first transmission case 410.
The first transmission case 410 rotates the adjacent third ball screw 520, and is connected to the second transmission case 420 provided on the left side of the substrate 900 via a rotating shaft 411 to transmit power, and the power is transmitted through the rotating shaft 411. It is transmitted to the second transmission case 420.
The second transmission case 420 that has received the power transmitted from the first transmission case 410 is rotatably connected to the lower fourth ball screw 620.
At this time, the first transmission case 410 and the second transmission case 420 rotate the third ball screw 520 and the fourth ball screw 620 in the same direction and speed. Therefore, the third bearing block 522 and the fifth bearing block 622 are always located at Y. At the same position on the shaft, the fourth load-bearing block 523 and the sixth load-bearing block 623 are also always located at the same position on the Y-axis, and move in the Y-axis as the rotation directions of the third screw 521 and the fourth screw 621 move.
The third ball screw 520 and the fourth ball screw 620 thus moved are connected to the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610. First, the left side of the third moving plate 510 is connected to the fifth load-bearing block 622, and the right side is connected to the third load-bearing block 522.
The left side of the fourth moving plate 610 is connected to the sixth load-bearing block 623, and the right side is connected to the fourth load-bearing block 523. Thereby, with the operation of the third ball screw 520 and the fourth ball screw 620, the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610 move closer to each other or move away from each other.
Referring to Fig. 8, a seventh LM guide 440 is provided on the upper side in the X-axis direction on the upper side of the third moving plate 510, and an eighth LM guide 450 is provided on the right side. The upper side of the fourth moving plate 610 is disposed on the left side in the X-axis direction. There is a 9th LM rail 460, and a 10th LM rail 470 is provided on the right side.
First, the seventh LM rail 440 includes a seventh rail 441 that is provided on the upper left side of the third moving plate 510 in the X-axis direction, and an eleventh slider 442 that moves along the seventh rail 441. The eighth LM rail 450 includes an eighth rail 451 that is provided on the upper right side of the third moving plate 510 in the X-axis direction, and a twelfth slider 452 that moves along the eighth rail 451.
It is preferable that the seventh rail 441 and the eighth rail 451 are provided on the inner side surface of the third moving plate 510. However, it is not limited thereto, and may be provided on the upper plane or on the side and the plane, depending on the situation.
The ninth LM guide 460 includes a ninth guide rail 461 that is disposed in the X-axis direction on the upper left side of the fourth moving plate 610, and a thirteenth slide 462 that moves along the ninth guide rail 461. The 10LM guide 470 includes a 10th guide rail provided in the X-axis direction on the upper right side of the fourth moving plate 610, and a 14th slide 472 moving along the 10th guide rail.
For example, the eighth rail 451 and the tenth rail are preferably provided on the side surface of the fourth moving plate 610. However, it is not limited thereto, and may be provided on the upper plane or on the side and the plane, depending on the situation.
A fixed slider 800 for fixing the display panel is connected to the third moving plate 510 of the Y-axis moving module 400 and the eleventh sliding member 442 to the fourth sliding member 472 of the fourth moving plate 610.
As described above, the fixed slider 800 includes the first fixed slider 810, the second fixed slider 820, the third fixed slider 830, and the fourth fixed slider 830, and the first fixed slider 810 and the eleventh slider 442 is connected, the second fixed slider 820 is connected to the 13th slider 462, the third fixed slider 830 is connected to the 12th slider 452, and the fourth fixed slider 830 is connected to the 14th slider 472.
The first fixed slider 810 moves in the X-axis direction along the seventh rail 441, the second fixed slider 820 moves in the X-axis direction along the ninth rail 461, and the third fixed slider 830 moves along the eighth rail 451. The X-axis direction moves, and the fourth fixed slider 830 moves in the X-axis direction along the tenth rail.
Referring to FIGS. 9 and 10 , when the X-axis movement module 100 and the Y-axis movement module 400 do not interfere with each other, the upper side of the first moving plate 210 and the second moving plate 310 of the X-axis moving module 100 are disposed. The third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610 of the Y-axis moving module 400 are provided.
Further, the fifth LM rail, the sixth LM rail 350, and the seventh LM rail 440 to the tenth LM provided on the Y-axis moving module 100 are provided on the X-axis moving module 100. The guide rails 470 are disposed at a distance from each other in the Z-axis direction. Therefore, the X-axis movement module 100 and the Y-axis movement module 400 do not interfere with each other when moving.
The operation of the multi-standard panel supporting device for the table for a display panel detecting device according to the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings.
1 to 10, a multi-standard support device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device according to the present invention fixes four corners of a display panel by a fixed slider 800.
In order to detect a display panel of a specific size, a fixed slider 800 is applied to fix the four corners of the display panel. To this end, the X-axis movement module 100 and the Y-axis movement module 400 are operated. First, the operation of the X-axis movement module 100 will be described. In order to position the first fixed slider 810 and the second fixed slider 820 on the left side of the display panel, the first drive motor 223 of the first moving unit 200 is rotated.
When the first drive motor 223 rotates, the first screw 221 of the first ball screw 220 rotates, and the first load-bearing block 222 rotatably coupled to the first screw 221 moves along the first screw 221 . At this time, the first moving plate 210 connected to the first load-bearing block 222 is guided by the first LM guide 230 provided on both sides and moved in the X-axis direction, and is coupled to the first slide rail 240 provided on the upper portion of the first moving plate 210. The first fixed slider 810 and the second fixed slider 820 of the fifth LM rail 250 are in contact with the left side of the display panel.
When the first moving unit 200 is operated, the first fixed slider 810 and the second are moved. The fixed slider 820, the third fixed slider 830 and the fourth fixed slider 840 also move as the second moving portion 300 operates. When the operation of the second moving unit 300 is described, the second drive motor 323 provided at the lower left end of the substrate 900 is operated, and the second screw 321 of the second ball screw 320 is rotated.
When the second screw 321 rotates, the second load-bearing block 322 rotatably provided on the second screw 321 moves along the second screw 321 , and the second moving plate 310 connected to the second load-bearing block 322 is flanked by the two sides. The second LM rail 330 is guided to move in the X-axis direction.
At this time, the third fixed slider 830 and the fourth fixed slider 840 that are coupled to the sixth LM rail 350 of the second slide rail 340 provided on the upper portion of the second moving plate 310 are in contact with the right side of the display panel.
Since the first moving unit 200 and the second moving unit 300 are operated as described above, the left side and the right side surface of the display panel to be detected are fixed by the first fixed slider 810 to the fourth fixed slider 840.
The operation of the Y-axis movement module 400 is such that the third drive motor 430 is rotated in the forward/reverse direction, and the power of the third drive motor 430 is transmitted to the first transmission case 410 through the drive pulley 431 and the belt 432 and the driven pulley 433. The rotation shaft 411 and the second transmission case 420 connected to the first transmission case 410 receive the same power as the first transmission case 410.
The first transmission case 410 and the second transmission case 420 that have received the above-described power generated by the third drive motor 430 are rotatably disposed on the right side and the left side of the substrate 900. The third screw 521 and the fourth screw 621 of the ball screw 520 and the fourth ball screw 620.
When the third screw 521 and the fourth screw 621 are rotated, the third screw 522 and the fourth load bearing block 523, the fourth load-bearing block 523, and the fifth load-bearing block 622 and the sixth portion of the third screw 521 and the fourth screw 621 are rotatably provided. The load-bearing blocks 623 move closer to each other or move away from each other.
At this time, the left side of the third moving plate 510 is fixed to the fifth load-bearing block 622 of the fourth ball screw 620, the right side is fixed to the third load-bearing block 522 of the third ball screw 520, and the fourth moving plate 610 is also fixed to the left side of the fourth moving plate 610. The sixth load-bearing block 623 of the ball screw 620 is fixed to the fourth load-bearing block 523 of the third ball screw 520 on the right side. Therefore, when the third ball screw 520 and the fourth ball screw 620 are operated, the third moving plate 510 and the third 4 The moving plates 610 move closer to each other or away from each other.
As described above, when the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610 are moved, the first fixed slider 810 of the seventh LM rail and the third fixed slider 830 of the eighth LM rail 450 and the upper side of the display panel are provided on the third moving plate. The second fixed slider 820 of the ninth LM rail 460 and the fourth fixed slider 840 of the tenth LM rail 470 which are disposed on the fourth moving plate 610 are in contact with the lower side of the display panel.
As a result, as the X-axis movement module 100 and the Y-axis movement module 400 move, the first fixed slider 810 to the fourth fixed slider 840 also move to fix the display panel.
As described above, the multi-standard panel supporting device for the display panel detecting device of the present invention is based on the substrate 900, and is the first of the X-axis moving module 100. The moving plate 210 and the second moving plate 310 move in the range of the substrate 900, and both end portions are supported by the first LM rail 230 and the second LM rail 330. Therefore, it is possible to prevent vibration from occurring during movement.
Further, the third moving plate 510 and the fourth moving plate 610 also operate in the range of the substrate 900 as the first moving plate 210 and the second moving plate 310, and the both ends are the third LM rail 530 and the fourth LM rail 630. Support, therefore, prevents vibrations from occurring during operation.
Therefore, the multi-standard panel supporting device for the table for a display panel detecting device of the present invention has an advantage that its size is smaller than that of the existing table.
100‧‧‧x-axis mobile module
200‧‧‧1st drive department
210‧‧‧1st moving board
220‧‧‧1st ball screw
221‧‧‧1st screw
222‧‧‧1st load bearing block
223‧‧‧1st drive motor
230‧‧‧1LM Guide
231‧‧‧1st rail
232‧‧‧1st slide
240‧‧‧2nd sliding guide
250‧‧‧5LM rail
251‧‧‧5th rail
252‧‧‧Slide 7
253‧‧‧8th slide
300‧‧‧2nd drive department
310‧‧‧2nd mobile board
320‧‧‧2nd ball screw
321‧‧‧2nd screw
322‧‧‧2nd weight bearing block
323‧‧‧2nd drive motor
330‧‧‧2nd LM Guide
331‧‧‧2nd rail
332‧‧‧2nd slide
340‧‧‧2nd sliding guide
350‧‧‧6LM rail
351‧‧‧6th rail
352‧‧‧9th slide
353‧‧‧10th sliding piece
400‧‧‧y-axis mobile module
410‧‧‧1st gearbox
411‧‧‧Rotary axis
420‧‧‧2nd gearbox
430‧‧‧3rd drive motor
431‧‧‧ drive pulley
432‧‧‧ drive belt
433‧‧‧driven pulley
440‧‧‧7LM guide
441‧‧‧7th rail
442‧‧‧11th slide
450‧‧‧8LM rail
451‧‧‧8th rail
452‧‧‧12th sliding piece
460‧‧‧9LM rail
461‧‧‧9th rail
462‧‧‧13th slider
470‧‧‧10LM rail
472‧‧‧14th slide
510‧‧‧3rd mobile board
520‧‧‧3rd ball screw
521‧‧‧3rd screw
522‧‧‧3rd load bearing block
523‧‧‧4th load bearing block
530‧‧‧3LM Guide
531‧‧‧3rd rail
532‧‧‧3rd sliding part
533‧‧‧4th slide
610‧‧‧4th mobile board
620‧‧‧4th ball screw
621‧‧‧4th screw
622‧‧‧5th load bearing block
623‧‧‧6th load bearing block
630‧‧‧4LM Guide
631‧‧‧4th rail
632‧‧‧5th slide
633‧‧‧6th slide
800‧‧‧Fixed slider
810‧‧‧1st fixed slider
820‧‧‧2nd fixed slider
830‧‧‧3rd fixed slider
840‧‧‧4th fixed slider
900‧‧‧Substrate
1 is a perspective view of a multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device according to an embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 2 is a plan view of a multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 3 is a plan view of the x-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 1; FIG. 4 is a working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. FIG. 5 is a perspective view of the x-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 4; Stereoscopic view 6 is a plan view showing the y-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 1; FIG. 7 is a view showing the working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. FIG. 8 is a perspective view of the y-axis moving module of the specification panel supporting device; FIG. 8 is a three-dimensional moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. FIG. 9 is a schematic view showing a state in which the X-axis moving module and the y-axis moving module of the multi-standard panel supporting device of the working table for the display panel detecting device shown in FIG. 1 are moved toward the inside; FIG. 10 is a view showing FIG. A schematic plan view of a multi-standard panel supporting device for a working table for a display panel detecting device; FIG. 11 is a perspective view of a working table according to the prior art.
210‧‧‧1st moving board
310‧‧‧1st mobile board
510‧‧‧3rd mobile board
520‧‧‧3rd ball screw
610‧‧‧4th mobile board
620‧‧‧4th ball screw
810‧‧‧1st fixed slider
820‧‧‧2nd fixed slider
830‧‧‧3rd fixed slider
840‧‧‧4th fixed slider
900‧‧‧Substrate

Claims (4)

  1. A multi-standard panel supporting device for a display panel detecting device, wherein the display panel detecting device is mounted on a substrate on an upper side of the alignment clip, wherein the supporting device comprises: an X-axis moving module. The X-axis moving module is disposed on the Y-axis longitudinal direction on both sides of the substrate in the X-axis direction, and moves in the X-axis direction on the plane of the substrate, and is disposed on one side of the X-axis direction of the substrate. The first moving unit and the second moving unit provided on the other side in the X-axis direction of the substrate corresponding to the first moving unit, the first moving unit and the second moving unit are independently driven; the Y-axis moving module The Y-axis moving module is disposed on the X-axis longitudinal direction on both sides of the substrate in the Y-axis direction, and moves in the Y-axis direction on the plane of the substrate, and moves the X-axis moving module to the Z The shaft is isolated to avoid interference with the X-axis moving module; and the fixed slider includes a first fixed slider, a second fixed slider, a third fixed slider, and a fourth fixed slider The fixed sliders are respectively disposed on the X-axis moving module and the Y-axis moving The inner sides of the four corners formed by the intersection are slid on the X-axis moving module and the Y-axis moving module, wherein the first moving portion includes: a longitudinal direction of the Y-axis disposed on one side of the substrate a first moving plate; a first LM guide that guides the first moving plate in the X-axis direction of the substrate; a first ball screw that moves the first moving plate in the X-axis direction; and 1 the first drive motor powered by the ball screw, The second moving unit includes a second moving plate provided on the other side of the substrate corresponding to the first moving plate, and a second moving plate that guides the X-axis direction of the substrate a second LM rail; a second ball screw that moves the second moving plate in the X-axis direction; and a second driving motor that supplies power to the second ball screw, the first moving plate is laterally oriented in the Z-axis direction A first slide rail is provided at a certain height, and the first slide rail is provided with a fifth LM guide having a seventh slider and an eighth slider on both sides, and the second movable plate has a certain height in the lateral Z-axis direction. a second slide rail is provided on the second slide rail, and a sixth LM guide having a ninth slider and a tenth slider on both sides is provided corresponding to the fifth LM rail, and the seventh slider is connected to the seventh slider In the first fixed slider, the second fixed slider is connected to the eighth slider, and the third fixed slider is connected to the ninth slider, and the third slider is connected to the first slider. 4 Fix the slider.
  2. The multi-standard panel supporting device for a workbench for a display panel detecting device according to the first aspect of the invention, wherein the Y-axis moving module includes: a lengthwise direction of the X-axis in a side of the substrate in the Y-axis direction a third moving plate; a fourth moving plate provided on the other side of the substrate in the Y-axis direction corresponding to the third moving plate; and provided on both sides of the third moving plate and the fourth moving plate a third LM rail and a fourth LM rail that guide the third moving plate and the fourth moving plate in the Y-axis direction; and move the third moving plate and the fourth moving plate in the Y-axis direction from both sides to make the third movement The third ball screw that the plate and the fourth moving plate are close to each other or away from each other And a fourth ball screw; a third drive motor that supplies power to the third ball screw and the fourth ball screw.
  3. The multi-standard panel supporting device for a table for a display panel detecting device according to the second aspect of the invention, wherein the third ball screw is provided with a first transmission case, and the fourth ball screw is provided with a second transmission case The first transmission case and the second transmission case are connected by a rotating shaft, and the rotating shaft is rotated by the third driving motor, and is driven by the first transmission case and the second transmission case. The third ball screw and the fourth ball screw rotate in the same direction at the same speed.
  4. The multi-standard panel supporting device of the table for a display panel detecting device according to the second aspect of the invention, wherein the third moving plate is provided with a seventh LM rail and an eighth LM rail in the X-axis longitudinal direction. A ninth LM rail and a tenth LM rail are disposed on both sides of the fourth moving plate in the X-axis longitudinal direction, and the first fixed slider is connected to the seventh LM rail, and the second LM rail is connected to the second LM rail. The third slider is connected to the third fixed rail, and the fourth fixed slider is connected to the tenth LM rail.
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