TWI411392B - The clutch operating member of the double bearing reel - Google Patents

The clutch operating member of the double bearing reel Download PDF

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TWI411392B
TWI411392B TW97125736A TW97125736A TWI411392B TW I411392 B TWI411392 B TW I411392B TW 97125736 A TW97125736 A TW 97125736A TW 97125736 A TW97125736 A TW 97125736A TW I411392 B TWI411392 B TW I411392B
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A clutch operating member for a dual bearing reel is provided to enable a user to smoothly move the user's thumbs forwards, not from side to side, by a third operating unit. A clutch operating member for a dual bearing reel comprises the following units. The clutch operating member(17) for the dual bearing reel includes a first operating unit, a second operating unit, and a third operating unit(17a,17b,17c). The clutch operating member can release a fishing line rolled on a spool forwards. The first operating unit and the second operating unit are arranged in an external side of the spool at some distance. The third operating unit connects the first operating unit to the second operating unit in a back side of the spool.

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Clutch operating member of double bearing reel
The present invention is a clutch operating member, and particularly relates to a clutch mechanism 19 for opening and closing a double-bearing reel for allowing a reel to be attached to a reel rotatably supported in a reel 4 of a reel body 1 toward the front. Used clutch operating member.
The double-bearing reel generally includes a reel body including a pair of left and right side plates, a reel rotatably disposed between the two side plates, and an operating lever for rotating the reel. The side plates are arranged facing each other with a predetermined interval, and the two outer sides of the pair of side plates are covered by the cover member. The operating lever has a crank arm that is disposed on one side of the reel body, and a handle portion that is rotatably attached to the crank arm. The rotation transmission mechanism includes a main gear that is provided on a rotation shaft (handle shaft) of the operation lever, and a pinion that meshes with the main gear, and the main gear is coupled to the handle shaft through the traction mechanism. The pinion gear is movably mounted on the spool shaft in the axial direction, and the clutch mechanism has an engaging portion provided on the pinion gear and is disposed on the spool shaft and engaged with the engaging portion so that the two are non-rotatable The jointed part of the ground. The clutch operating member is a case where the bait throws the fishing reel and can be mounted up and down in the rear of the reel. The clutch control mechanism transmits/disconnects the clutch mechanism by the operation of the clutch operating member.
In this case, the double-bearing reel, in particular, the bait for fishing with a bait, the clutch is disconnected (interrupted state) and needs to be removed immediately after throwing The clutch is turned on (conveying state). For example, when it is felt that the bait is in the water and then hooked back, it is necessary to quickly turn on the clutch mechanism. Moreover, the bait mechanism needs to be quickly turned on in order to allow the bait to sink into the predetermined water depth after the bait is in the water. Here, it has been conventionally disclosed that two kinds of operation portions capable of performing clutch operation are provided between the side plate of the reel body and the side plate behind the reel (for example, refer to Patent Document 1).
The double-bearing reel of the above publication has a first and a second operation portion that are separately mounted on the both side plates, and a third operation portion that is disposed behind the reel. The third operation unit is integrally formed in the first and second operation units, and guides the first and second operation units to the both side plates. The clutch operating member is fixed to a clutch cam that is rotatable about the spool core.
In the double-bearing reel having such a configuration, when the first and second operation portions provided on the side plate side are thrown, only the hand that performs the pressing line is slightly displaced to perform the conduction operation of the clutch mechanism, and the speed can be quickly performed. The operation of turning on the clutch mechanism is performed. Further, since the first and second operation portions are provided on both sides of the side plate, the case of the double-bearing reel of any one of the left and right operation levers can be pressed by any of the right and left hands. The female finger quickly turns on the clutch mechanism. The first and second operation portions and the third operation portion are connected at an angle of a slight 90 degrees as seen from the rear, and the third operation portion is formed linearly as seen from the rear.
Further, in the clutch mechanism, since the clutch ON state and the clutch OFF state are not easily switched, a toggle spring mechanism that can be separately pushed into the clutch ON state and the clutch OFF state is provided.
When throwing a cymbal, such as the case of a right lever, holding the reel by the right hand The third operating portion is pressed by the abdomen of the intermediate portion of the female finger to open the clutch mechanism. Moreover, the throwing is performed by the wrist holding the reel. At the time of throwing, the apex of the female finger is brought into contact with the flange portion of the reel to perform a braking operation generally referred to as finger pressing, preventing the backlash from being caused by the slack of the fishing line. When the bait is in the water, the first or second operation portion is moved forward by the finger of the pressure line, and the clutch mechanism is turned on. Moreover, the reel is changed to the left hand and the operating lever is rotated by the right hand to operate the reel and the fishing rod.
[Patent Document 1] Figure 17 of Japanese Laid-Open Patent Publication No. Hei 7-39285
In the above-described conventional configuration, the third operation portion and the first and second operation portions are connected at an angle of a slight angle of 90 degrees, and the third operation portion is formed in a straight shape in a rear view. When the operation of disconnecting from the clutch to the engagement is performed, it is necessary to operate by a force that resists the biasing force of the toggle spring mechanism. When the first and second operation portions are moved forward by the female finger of the pressure line by the force against the biasing force of the toggle spring mechanism, the third operation portion is formed in a straight line, so the mother finger The left and right sides are shaken by the third operation unit, so that the female finger does not easily move forward smoothly.
An object of the present invention is to provide a clutch operating member for a two-bearing reel having three operating portions, which is easy to move a finger during clutch operation.
The clutch operating member of the double-bearing reel according to the first aspect of the invention is a clutch mechanism for opening and closing a double-bearing reel that allows a reel to be detachably attached to a reel rotatably supported in a reel of the reel body. The clutch operating member includes: first and second operating portions, and a third operating portion. The first and second operation portions are arranged to be bent at intervals on the outer circumferential sides of both ends of the reel, and the operation clutch mechanism is used to be in a clutch conduction state. The third operation unit is configured to connect the first and second operation units to the rear of the reel, and to operate the clutch mechanism to be in a clutch-off state. The third operation unit is connected to the first and second operation portions by bending and recessing the central portion as seen from the rear.
When the operation member is operated to perform the throwing, first, the reel is held by the hand to bring the clutch mechanism into a state in which the clutch is disengaged. At this time, the third operation portion is pressed by the abdomen of the intermediate portion of the female finger of the hand holding the reel, for example, the clutch is turned off. The hand is swung by the hand holding the reel while the clutch is off. In this case, the fishing line is spit out from the reel by the weight of the bait, and the reel rotates in the direction of the line discharge. At this time, in order to prevent the backlash from being entangled, the leading end of the finger holding the hand of the reel is brought into contact with the flange of the reel to perform a pressing (braking) operation. When the bait is turned on and the clutch mechanism is quickly turned on, the leading end of the female finger is brought into contact with any of the first and second operating portions and pressed forward to turn the clutch mechanism on. Here, since the center portion of the third operation portion is bent in a recessed manner, if the tip end of the female finger comes into contact with any of the first and second operation portions and is pressed forward to turn on the clutch mechanism, the abdomen of the female finger is recessed. The central part is guided to the front and rear and is not easy to shake. Therefore, it is easy to move the finger when the clutch is operated.
The clutch operating member of the double-bearing reel according to the second aspect of the invention is the member of the first aspect, and the third operating portion is a curve which gradually increases in radius toward the first and second operating portions as seen from above, and the first and the first 2 The operation unit is smoothly connected. In this case, when the finger is pressed, the flange of the reel can be reached by sliding the tip end of the female finger to a portion that is bent and connected to any of the first and second operation portions.
The clutch operating member of the double-bearing reel according to the third aspect of the invention is the member according to the first or second aspect, and the first and second operating portions each have a pressing operation portion for facilitating the turning operation toward the front of the reel body. Formed inwardly. In this case, when the clutch is in the ON state, it is easy to press and operate the first and second operating portions, and the clutch operation is more easily performed.
The clutch operating member of the double-bearing reel according to the fourth aspect of the invention is the member according to any one of the first to third aspects, and the third operating portion is coupled to the clutch cam that rotates around the spool core. In this case, the clutch operating member is moved by the same action of the clutch cam rotating around the rotating core of the reel, and the switching operation of the clutch mechanism can be smoothly performed.
The clutch operating member of the double-bearing reel according to the fifth aspect of the invention is the member according to the fourth aspect of the invention, wherein the first and second operating portions are formed by bending at least a part of an arc shape centering on the spool axis. The reel body has a support surface formed by an arcuate curved shape centering on the spool core, and is supported by the first and second support portions, respectively. In this case, since the first and second operation portions are supported by the support shafts of the first and second support portions of the reel body, respectively, around the rotation axis of the reel, the clutch cam can be smoothly smoothed. Rotate in the ground.
According to the present invention, since the center portion of the third operation portion is bent and bent, the front end of the female finger is brought into contact with any of the first and second operation portions and pressed forward to turn on the clutch mechanism, and the abdomen of the female finger is The central portion of the recess is guided toward the front and rear and is not easily shaken left and right. Therefore, it is easy to move the finger when the clutch is operated.
Fig. 1 is a perspective view showing a double-bearing reel according to an embodiment of the present invention, and Fig. 2 is a plan view. The illustrated dual-bearing reel includes a reel body 1 that can be mounted on a fishing rod, a reel operating lever 2 that is disposed on the side of the reel body 1, and a reel that is disposed on the operating lever 2. A star-shaped tractor 3 for traction adjustment on the main body 1 side and a reel 4 rotatably mounted to the reel body 1 are provided. At the rear of the reel body 1, a clutch operating member 17 of an embodiment of the present invention is mounted.
[Structure of the reel body]
The reel body 1 has, for example, a frame 5 made of a magnesium alloy, and first and second side covers 6a and 6b made of, for example, a magnesium alloy, which are provided on both sides of the cover frame 5, and mounted on the frame 5. A front cover 7 made of, for example, a magnesium alloy in front.
As shown in FIGS. 4 and 6, the frame 5 has a plurality of first and second side plates 8a and 8b that face each other with a predetermined interval, and a plurality of connecting portions 8c that connect the side plates 8a and 8b. And from the first and second side plates 8a, 8c The thumb seat 8d integrally formed in a U shape is seen above.
The first and second side plates 8a and 8b are provided with first and second side plate bodies 9a and 9b, and detachably provided to the first and second side plate bodies 9a and 9b, and the clutch operating member 17 is detachably provided. The first and second support portions 10a and 10b for sliding support are slidably supported.
Further, the first and second support portions 10a and 10b of the thumb rest 8d of the frame 5 are formed with first and second notches for mounting the first and second support portions 10a and 10b from the upper side toward the lower side. Parts 9d, 9e. When the two notch portions 9d and 9e are not machined, the frame 5 is formed by molding of a mold or the like, and is cut out from the upper mold. When the notch portions 9d and 9e are formed, the L-shaped openings 9j and 9k can be formed as seen from the upper side of the hatching in Fig. 6, and the first and second support portions 10a and 10b are inserted from above the thumb rest 8d. On the inside of the thumb seat 8d.
The first side plate main body 9a is a substantially plate-shaped member, and a circular opening 9c for taking out the reel 4 is formed. A screw ring 11 made of, for example, an aluminum alloy is fitted and fixed to the opening 9c.
A female screw portion 11a having an inner diameter larger than the opening 9c is formed on the inner circumferential surface of the screw ring 11, and a brake case 12 (refer to FIG. 5) to be described later is detachably screwed into the female screw portion 11a. The screw ring 11 is provided to prevent corrosion of the first side plate main body 9a of the frame 5 made of magnesium alloy. Specifically, when the female screw portion is formed in the first side plate main body 9a, when the brake case 12 is detached and returned in order to take out the reel 4, the female screw portion is scratched and there is a possibility of corrosion from the scratched portion. . Moreover, in the case where the frame made of aluminum alloy or synthetic resin is less likely to cause corrosion, the screw ring is not required It is also possible to form a female thread in the opening.
In the outer peripheral portion of the screw ring 11, a plurality of (for example, four) projections 11b to 11e are formed to protrude in the radial direction. Among the protrusions 11b, 11d, and 11e, a plurality of through holes 11f through which the plurality of (for example, three) screw members 14a for fixing the screw ring 11 are inserted are formed. Further, in the protruding portions 11b and 11c, a fixing pin 11g for fixing the first supporting portion 10a is erected. The screw member 14a is screwed into the first side plate main body 9a to fix the screw ring 11. As shown in Fig. 7, the fixing pin 11g has, for example, a fixing portion 11g1 fixed by a suitable fixing means such as a false fixing or joining, and a fixing hole 10d located in the first supporting portion 10a. The fitting fitting portion 11g2.
As shown in Fig. 5, the brake case 12 includes a bottomed cylindrical bearing housing portion 12a disposed at the center portion, and an annular mounting portion 12b disposed coaxially with the outer peripheral side of the bearing housing portion 12a, and A pair of connecting portions 12c that connect the bearing housing portion 12a and the mounting portion 12b. The bearing accommodating portion 12a is provided with a bearing 33a for supporting the spool shaft 15, and a disk-shaped brake pad 51a for arranging the throwing control mechanism 22 to be described later. The mounting portion 12b has an outer peripheral surface that is fitted to the opening 9c and that is screwed to the female screw portion 11a of the screw ring 11. Further, a cylindrical brake drum 76 of a centrifugal brake mechanism 23 to be described later is formed on the inner peripheral surface.
As shown in FIG. 4, the first support portion 10a is a member made of synthetic resin such as polyacetal which is easy to slide, and has a cross section formed in an L shape so as to close the notch portion 9d. The first support portion 10a has a support surface 10c that slidably supports the clutch operation member 17, and a fixing hole 10d for fitting the fixing pin 11g. The support surface 10c is formed by the rotation axis of the reel 4 The spool axis X is formed by arcuate bending at the center. The support surface 10c is an arcuate surface 9h which is disposed in close contact with the outer peripheral side of the opening 9c of the first side plate main body 9a. An opening 10j for a part of the clutch operating member 17 to enter and exit is formed at the tip end portion of the support surface 10c. The first support portion 10a is positioned by fitting the fixing hole 10d to the fixing pin 11g of the screw ring, and the screw ring 11 is fixed to the first side plate main body 9a by the screw member 14a, and the screw ring 11 and the first one are The side plate main body 9a is held and fixed to the outer side surface of the first side plate main body 9a.
The second side plate main body 9b is a substantially plate-shaped member, and is formed with hub portions 9f and 9g for supporting the handle shaft 30 and the spool shaft 15 which will be described later. The clutch guard 16 is screwed to the second side plate body 9a around the hub portion 9g for supporting the spool shaft 15. The clutch guard 16 is a member made of a synthetic resin such as polyacetal which is easy to slide. The clutch guard 16 is provided to prevent corrosion by causing corrosion of the outer side surface of the second side plate main body 9b of the frame 5 made of magnesium alloy by the operation of the clutch mechanism 19 described later. Further, in the case where the frame made of an aluminum alloy or a synthetic resin is less likely to cause corrosion, the clutch guard 16 may not be provided.
The second support portion 10b is a member made of synthetic resin such as polyacetal which is easy to slide, and has a cross section formed in an L shape so as to close the notch portion 9e. The second support portion 10b has a support surface 10e for slidably supporting the clutch operation member 17, and a pair of ear portions 10f for fixing the second support portion 10b to the outer surface of the second side plate body 9b, 10g. The support surface 10e is formed by an arcuate curved shape centering on the spool axis X. The support surface 10e is placed in close contact with the arcuate surface 9i of the second side plate main body 9b. A portion for entering and exiting the clutch operating member 17 is formed at the tip end portion of the support surface 10e. The opening is 10k. Through holes 10h and 10i through which the screw member 14b penetrates are formed in the ear portions 10f and 10g. The second support portion 10b is fixed to the outer side surface of the second side plate main body 9b by penetrating the screw members 14b through the through holes 10h and 10i and screwing them into the second side plate main body 9b.
As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the first side cover 6a is openable and closable to the frame 5, and is detachably attached to the frame 5 and swingably mounted. The first side cover 6a is obtained by a lock mechanism 59 attached to the rear portion of the first side plate main body 9a, and is capable of obtaining a locked state in a closed state and a unlocked state in an open state. In the state in which the lock mechanism 59 is unlocked, the first side cover 6a is moved outward from the frame 5, and further swings downward from the center of the weight. Thereby, the brake casing 12 is exposed to the outside, and the braking force of the centrifugal brake device 23 can be adjusted or the brake casing 12 can be attached or detached. The lock mechanism 59 has a lock lever 64 for locking the operation lever 60 and the engagement/engagement unlocking operation lever 60.
In the rear portion of the first side cover 6a, as shown in Figs. 6 and 8, a swing lever 61 is fixed, and a lock lever 60 is attached to be swingable and movable in the axial direction. The swing shaft 61 is disposed in parallel with the spool shaft 15 and penetrates the lock operating lever 60 and the second side plate body 9b. The large-diameter portion 61a and the crotch portion 61b are formed at the proximal end of the swing shaft 61, and the large-diameter portion 61a is fixed to the first side cover 6a while the crotch portion 61b is in contact. A small-diameter portion 61c is formed at the tip end of the swing shaft 61, and a fall-preventing member 62 made of, for example, an E-shaped snap ring for preventing the second side plate main body 9b from coming off is attached. The falling prevention member 62 is in contact with the outer side surface of the second side plate main body 9b to prevent the swing shaft 61 from coming off. Further, a first side cover is provided on the outer peripheral surface of the tip end of the swing shaft 61 through the transmission swing shaft 61. 6a A spring member 63 urged away from the first side plate 8a. The spring member 63 is disposed between the falling prevention member 62 and the inner side surface of the second side cover 6b in a compressed state. Further, a through hole 61d that penetrates the crotch portion 61b and penetrates in the radial direction is formed on the proximal end side of the swing shaft 61, and a locking pin 64 for holding the first side cover 6a in the closed state is fixed to the through hole 61d. Highlighted ends.
As shown in FIGS. 4 and 8, the lock lever 60 has a rotation portion 60a rotatably attached to the first side plate main body 9a toward the lock position and the lock release position, and a rotation portion 60a from the rotation portion 60a. The operating lever portion 60b extends in the direction. A through hole 60c through which the lock pin 64 can pass when the lock lever 64 is unlocked at the lock operation lever 60 (for example, the phase in which the operation lever portion 60b faces downward) is formed in the inner peripheral portion of the rotating portion 60a. Further, a cam surface 60d for engaging the outer peripheral surface of the lock pin 64 with the first side cover 6a in close contact with the first side plate main body 9a is formed on the inner side surface of the through hole 60c. The cam surface 60d is, for example, a pair of inclined cams which are formed to gradually increase in the circumferential direction as the lock position is rotated toward the lock position (for example, the phase of the operation lever portion 60b toward the rear). On the outer circumferential surface of the rotating portion 60a, annular mounting grooves 60e and 60f are formed so as to be caught by the first side plate main body 9a, and a pair of elastic O-rings 65a and 65b are attached thereto. Thereby, the lock operation lever 60 can be prevented from coming off, and the elastic force of the O-rings 65a, 65b is not excessively applied to the cam surface 60d, and the cam surface 60d is less likely to be scratched.
In the lock mechanism 59 of such a configuration, when the lock operation lever 60 is rotated from the lock position toward the lock release position, the lock pin 64 passes through the lock operation lever 60. Moreover, the first side cover 6a is turned toward by the biasing force of the spring member 63 It moves away from the direction of the first side plate body 9a and swings by its own weight. Then, the first side cover 6a is swung by the hand until it is pressed against the first side plate main body 9a, and is pressed toward the first side plate main body 9a. When the lock operation lever 60 is rotated from the unlocked position to the lock position in this state, The first side cover 6a is locked. At this time, the cam surface 60d contacts the lock pin 64 to insert the first side cover 6a into the first side plate main body 9a side. However, since the O-ring 65b is provided, excessive force does not easily act on the cam surface 60d, and the cam surface 60d is not caused. It is scratched and the like cannot function.
As shown in Fig. 3, the second side cover 6b is a substantially bowl-shaped member, and hub portions 6d and 6e for supporting the handle shaft 30 and the spool shaft 15 are formed. The second side cover 6b is fixed to the outer side surface of the second side plate main body 9b by a plurality of screw members 14c (fourth drawings) provided from the inner side surface of the second side plate main body 9b.
[Other structure]
In the frame 5, as shown in Figs. 2 to 5, a reel 4 (Figs. 2 and 5) rotatably disposed between the side plates 8a and 8b is provided, and uniformly The wire is taken up by the uniform winding mechanism 24 (Fig. 4) for the reel 4, and the clutch operating member 17 (Fig. 4) for the finger contact when the finger is pressed, and the operating lever 2 and the reel A clutch mechanism 19 (fourth and fifth figures) for transmitting/interrupting the rotational force between the four. Between the frame 5 and the second side cover 6b, there is provided a rotation transmission mechanism 18 for transmitting the rotational force from the operation lever 2 to the reel 4 and the uniform winding mechanism 24 (Figs. 3 and 4). And controlling the clutch for the clutch mechanism 19 in accordance with the operation of the clutch operating member 17. The device control mechanism 20 (Fig. 4), the traction mechanism 21 for the brake drum 4 at the time of line discharge (Fig. 3), and the throwing control mechanism 22 for adjusting the resistance when the spool 4 is rotated (third) Figure and Figure 5). Further, between the frame 5 and the first side cover 6a, a centrifugal brake mechanism 23 (Fig. 5) for suppressing the backlash at the time of throwing is provided.
As shown in Fig. 5, the spool 4 has a flange portion 4a at both side portions, and has a winding portion 4b between the flange portions 4a. The spool 4 is fixed to a spool shaft 15 penetrating the center thereof. The spool shaft 15 is provided at both ends by a bearing 33a attached to the brake case 12 and a bearing 33b (Fig. 3) provided inside the boss portion 6e (Fig. 3) of the second side cover 6b. The reel body 1 is rotatably supported, and the end of the spool shaft 15 on the second side cover 6b side extends into the hub portion 6e of the second side cover 6b.
As shown in FIG. 4, the uniform winding mechanism 24 includes a guide cylinder 25 that is fixed between the first and second side plates 8a and 8b, and a worm wheel shaft 26 that is rotatably supported in the guide cylinder 25. And line guide 27. A driven gear 28 constituted by a rotation transmitting mechanism 18 is fixed to an end portion of the worm wheel shaft 26. Further, the worm wheel shaft 26 is formed with a spiral groove 26a, and the tip end of the engaging pin 27a rotatably mounted in the wire guide 27 is engaged with the spiral groove 26a. Therefore, by rotating the worm wheel shaft 26 through the rotation transmitting mechanism 18, the wire guide 27 reciprocates along the guide cylinder 25.
The rotation transmission mechanism 18 includes a main gear 31 that is rotatably mounted on the handle shaft 30 (Fig. 3), a pinion gear 32 that is engaged with the main gear 31 (Fig. 4), and is fixed to the above. The driven gear 28 at the end of the worm shaft 26 and the drive of the handle shaft 30 are spaced apart from the main gear 31 and rotatably mounted integrally therewith. Moving gear 29. The handle shaft 30 is prohibited from rotating in the wire discharge direction by the roller-shaped one-way clutch 48 housed in the boss portion 6d of the second side cover 6b. Specifically, a pressing plate 71, which will be described later, is rotatably engaged with the inner ring 48a of the one-way clutch 48, and is integrally rotatably engaged with the handle shaft 30. The inner wheel 48a of the one-way clutch 48 is only rotatable in the wire take-up direction. Thereby, the rotation of the handle shaft 30 in the line discharge direction is prohibited. Further, in the handle shaft 30, the ratchet roller 72 of the clutch return mechanism 43, which will be described later, is mounted to be rotatable integrally. Further, the outer peripheral surface of the handle shaft 30 is formed with a first screw portion 30a to which the star-shaped tractor 3 is screwed, and a second screw portion 30b for small diameter for screwing the nut 73 for fixing the operation lever 2. Further, a tapered surface portion that can be engaged with a member that can be integrally rotated (for example, the pressing blade 71 or the drive gear 29 or the ratchet roller 72) is formed on the outer peripheral surface.
In the main gear 31, the rotation of the operating lever 2 is transmitted by the traction mechanism 21. The pinion gear 32 has a tooth portion 32a that is engageable with the main gear 31 formed on the one end side outer peripheral portion, an engaging portion 32b formed on the other end surface, and a small portion formed between the tooth portion 32a and the engaging portion 32b. The diameter portion 32c. The engaging portion 32b is an engaging groove 32d having a diameter formed on the other end surface, and is engageable or disengageable from the engaging pin 15a attached to the spool shaft 15. Further, the outer peripheral surface of the engaging portion 32b is rotatably supported by the second side plate main body 9b by a bearing 35. The drive gear 29 is meshed with the driven gear 28 to transmit the rotation of the operating lever 2 to the uniform winding mechanism 24.
With this configuration, the engagement groove 32d of the meshing portion 32b of the pinion gear 32 and the engagement pin 15a of the spool shaft 15 are configured to transmit and block the rotational force between the operating lever 2 and the spool 4. Clutch mechanism 19. Here, small teeth When the wheel 32 is moved outward so that the engagement groove 32d of the meshing portion 32b and the engagement pin 15a of the spool shaft 15 are disengaged, the clutch is disengaged, and the rotational force from the handlebar shaft 30 is blocked. It is transmitted to the spool shaft 15.
As shown in FIG. 3, the traction mechanism 21 has a friction plate 70 that presses the main gear 31, and a friction plate 70 that presses the friction plate 70 by a predetermined force to press the main gear 31. The pallet 71 is pressed. The friction pad 70 is rotatably attached to the handle shaft 30, and the pressing plate 71 is rotatably attached to the handle shaft 30.
The throwing control mechanism 22 has a plurality of brake pads 51a and 51b disposed to grip the spool shaft 15, and a cap 52 for adjusting the gripping force of the spool shaft 15 of the brake pads 51a and 51b. A female screw is formed on the inner peripheral portion of the cap 52, and meshes with a male screw formed on the outer peripheral surface of the boss portion 6e of the second side cover 6b.
The centrifugal brake mechanism 23 is disposed in the brake case 12 as shown in Fig. 5 . The centrifugal brake mechanism 23 includes a cylindrical brake drum 76 provided in the brake case 12 and a plurality of brake sliders 77 disposed to face the inner circumferential side of the brake drum 76. The brake slider 77 is disposed so as to be non-rotatably attached to the spool shaft 15 and is radially arranged to rotate together with the spool 4, and is movable in the radial direction.
[Structure of Clutch Operating Member 17]
The clutch operating member 17 is a clutch control mechanism 20 that is movable between a disengaged position as shown in Fig. 9 and an engaged position as shown in Fig. 10. The clutch operating member 17 is provided on the outer peripheral side of the flange portion 4a at both ends of the spool 4 as shown in Figs. 4 and 11 to 13 . The first and second operation portions 17a and 17b that are arranged to be bent at intervals, and the third operation portion 17c that connects the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b to the rear of the spool 4 are provided. The first and second operation portions 17a and 17b are integrally formed at both ends of the third operation portion 17c, and the entire clutch operation member 17 is formed in a substantially U shape as seen from above as shown in Fig. 11 .
The first and second operation portions 17a and 17b are support surfaces 10c and 10e that are slidably supported by the first and second support portions 10a and 10b, respectively, and operate the clutch mechanism 19 to the clutch conduction state. As shown in Fig. 12, at least a part of the first and second operation portions 10a and 10b are formed by arcuate bending around the rotation axis X of the reel 4, and at least a part thereof is in contact with the first and the first. 2 support surfaces 10c, 10e of the support portions 10a, 10b. In this embodiment, the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b are formed on the inner peripheral side of the first and second contact faces 17h and 17i that are in contact with the first and second support faces 10c and 10e (only the illustration The second contact surface 17i) and the first and second distal surfaces 17j and 17k away from the first and second support surfaces 10c and 10e (only the second distal surface 17k is shown). As shown in Fig. 13, a part of the outer side surfaces 17m and 17n in the axial direction of the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b are slidably contactable with the inner side surfaces of the first and second support portions 10a and 10b in the axial direction. The ground is guided.
In the distal end portions of the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b, the openings 10j and 10k of the first and second support portions 10a and 10b are inserted through the rods of the outer surfaces of the first and second side plate bodies 9a and 9b. The mounting portions 17d and 17e are formed in an arc shape. The mounting portions 17d and 17e are decorated for preventing the stepping of the first and second supporting portions 10a and 10b when the clutch operating member 17 is rotated in the clutch-off direction. And in the first and second operation sections The tip end sides of the 17a and 17b are respectively provided with pressing operation portions 17f and 17g which are formed to protrude inward toward each other in order to easily perform a turning operation toward the front of the reel body 1.
The third operation unit 17c is for operating the clutch mechanism 19 to the clutch-off state, and as shown in Fig. 13, is connected to the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b in a concavely curved central portion as seen from the rear. As shown in FIG. 11 , the third operation unit 17 c has a curve in which the front edge portion gradually increases in radius toward the first and second operation portions 17 a and 17 b and the first and second operations as seen from above. The portions 17a, 17b are smoothly connected. Further, as shown in Fig. 12, in the third operation portion 17c, the thickness is thinned toward the rear in the cross section, and the upper surface is rounded in an arc shape at the rear end portion.
[Structure of Clutch Control Mechanism 20]
As shown in FIGS. 4, 9 and 10, the clutch control mechanism 20 has a clutch cam 40 that rotates around the spool core X by rotation of the clutch operating member 17, and a clutch cam 40. The clutch yoke 41 that is pressed outward in the spool axis direction, the coil spring 42 that urges the clutch yoke toward the inner side in the spool axis direction, and the rotation of the clutch mechanism 19 that disconnects the clutch from the direction in which the lever 2 is wound The clutch return mechanism 43 is returned to the clutch-on state by interlocking.
The clutch cam 40 is provided with, for example, a synthetic resin that is provided with a cam surface that presses the clutch yoke 41 outward in the spool axial direction and is rotatably attached to the hub portion 9g of the second side plate main body 9a around the spool axis X. The cam portion 45 and the cam portion 45 are rotatably mounted in a rotatable manner For example, a clutch plate 46 made of metal is provided for the clutch guard 16. Here, the metal clutch plate 46 of the second side plate body 9a made of a magnesium alloy may be damaged, and the clutch portion 16 of the synthetic resin may be attached to the synthetic resin, and the synthetic resin cam portion 45 may be less likely to be injured. It is a hub part 9g installed directly in the 2nd side plate main-body 9a.
As shown in Fig. 4, the cam portion 45 has a cylindrical cam body portion 45a rotatably mounted on the hub portion 9g around the spool axis X, and a radial direction from the cam body portion 45a. A protruding portion 45b of the clutch returning mechanism 43 and a pair of cam faces 45c which are disposed concentrically with the spool shaft 15 on one surface of the cam body portion 45a are protruded from the outside. The engagement convex portion 45d is formed on the back surface of the cam main body portion 45a, and the engagement hole 46c formed in the clutch holder 46 is engaged with the engagement convex portion 45d, and the rotation of the clutch operation member 17 is transmitted to the cam portion 45. The tip end of the engaging convex portion 45d is engaged with the circular arc hole 16b formed in the clutch guard 16 to regulate the range of rotation. Further, the clutch yoke 41 is formed with an engagement portion (not shown), and the cam surface 45c is engaged with the engagement portion to press the clutch yoke 41 outward in the spool axis direction.
The clutch holder 46 has a mounting portion 46a that is rotatably attached to the tubular portion 16a of the clutch guard 16, and a radially extending portion from the mounting portion 46a to the spool axis X. The way of being bent is the mounting portion 46b. The attachment portion 46b is a third operation portion 17c that is screwed to the clutch operation member 17 in a state in which the attachment portion 46b is positioned to penetrate the slit 9m in the second side plate main body 9a.
The clutch yoke 41 is disposed on the outer peripheral side of the spool shaft 15, and is parallel to the spool core X by the two pins 44 screwed to the second side plate body 9a. Moved to be supported. Further, the spool shaft 15 is relatively rotatable with respect to the clutch yoke 41. That is, even if the spool shaft 15 rotates, the clutch yoke 41 does not rotate. Further, the clutch yoke 41 has an engaging portion 41a that engages with the small diameter portion 32c of the pinion gear 32 at the center portion thereof. Further, on the outer circumference of each of the pins 44 supporting the clutch yoke 41, a coil spring 42 is disposed between the clutch yoke 41 and the second side cover 6b to urge the clutch yoke 41 toward the inside of the spool shaft.
In this configuration, in the normal state, the pinion gear 32 is in the inner clutch-on position, and the engagement groove 32d of the meshing portion 32b and the engagement pin 15a of the spool shaft 15 are engaged with each other to be in a clutch-on state. On the other hand, when the pinion gear 32 is pressed outward in the axial direction by the clutch yoke 41, the engagement between the engagement groove 32d and the engagement pin 15a is released, and the clutch is disengaged.
As shown in FIGS. 4, 9, and 10, the clutch return mechanism 43 includes a releasing member 47 coupled to the clutch cam 40 and the ratchet roller 72 (Fig. 3). The releasing member 47 is a protruding portion 45b that is swingably attached to the cam portion 45. A claw portion 47a that can abut against the outer peripheral portion of the ratchet roller 72 is formed at the tip end of the releasing member 47. The releasing member 47 is a guiding recess 16d that is guided into the clutch guard 16. The releasing member 47 is urged by the toggle spring 49 in the two directions of the swinging direction. The toggle spring 49 is a spring locking hole 16c that is locked in the clutch guard 16. Further, the toggle spring 49 also urges the clutch cam 40 to the engagement position and the disengagement position.
The ratchet roller 72 is non-rotatably attached to the handle shaft 30, and a plurality of tooth portions 72a are formed in the outer peripheral portion at intervals in the rotational direction. This tooth portion 72a is the claw portion 47a of the pressing release member 47 to clutch the clutch cam 40 from the clutch The disconnected position returns to the clutch conducting position.
Next, the operation of the double bearing reel will be described.
In the normal state, as shown in Fig. 10, the clutch operating member 17 is disposed at the engagement position, and the clutch yoke 41 is pressed inward by the coil spring 42 in the spool axis direction, thereby making the pinion gear 32 moves toward the engaged position. In this state, the engaging groove 32d of the pinion gear 32 and the engaging pin 15a of the spool shaft 15 mesh with each other to be in a clutch-on state, and the rotational force from the operating lever 2 passes through the handlebar shaft 30, the main gear 31, and The pinion gear 32 is transmitted to the spool shaft 15 and the spool 4. At this time, by adjusting the tightening amount of the cap 52 of the throwing control mechanism 22, the resistance at the time of rotation of the spool 4 can be adjusted.
In the case of throwing, the clutch operating member 17 is pressed downward. Specifically, the distal end is brought into contact with the flange portion 4a of the reel 4, and the third operation portion 17c is pressed by the abdomen of the finger that is pressed. By this pressing operation, the clutch operating member 17 is rotated downward around the spool axis X and moved to the disengaged position.
Since the clutch operating member 17 and the clutch holder 46 are coupled, the clutch operating plate 17 is rotated downward, and the clutch holder 46 is rotated counterclockwise in FIG. 10 around the spool axis X. When the clutch holder 46 and the cam portion 45 are engaged, when the clutch holder 46 is rotated counterclockwise, the cam portion 45 also resists the biasing force of the toggle spring 49 and rotates counterclockwise about the spool shaft 15. When the cam portion 45 is rotated counterclockwise, since the engagement portion of the clutch yoke 41 abuts against the cam surface 45c of the cam portion 45, the clutch yoke 41 is outward in the direction of the spool axis along the cam surface 45c (Fig. 4) Right) Move. The clutch yoke 41 is engaged with the small diameter portion of the pinion gear 32 32c, the clutch yoke 41 is moved outward in the axial direction so that the pinion gear 32 also moves in the same direction. In this state, the engagement between the engagement groove 32d of the pinion gear 32 and the engagement pin 15a of the spool shaft 15 is released, and the clutch is disengaged. In this state, the rotation from the handle shaft 30 is not transmitted to the spool shaft 15 and the spool 4.
The state when the clutch is disconnected is as shown in Figure 9. When the clutch operating member 17 and the cam portion 45 are rotated by the downward movement position, the front end of the releasing member 47 is guided to the guiding recess 16d toward the ratchet. The roller 72 moves sideways.
When the throwing is started, the finger is slightly moved forward and the flange portion 4a of the tip end contact roll 4 is pressed by the finger.
Then, when the clutch is turned off and the clutch is turned on again immediately after the throwing, the first or second operation portions 17a and 17b of the clutch operating member 17 are pressed by the tip end of the finger of the pressing line. The operation portions 17f and 17g rotate the clutch operating member 17 from the disengaged position toward the engaged position. Thereby, the clutch cam 40 is rotated clockwise in FIG. 9 against the biasing force of the toggle spring 49, and returns to the engagement position as shown in FIG. As a result, the clutch yoke 41 urged by the coil spring 42 moves inward in the axial direction to move the pinion gear 32 to the engagement position. Thereby, the engagement pin 15a is engaged with the engagement groove 32d of the pinion gear 32, and the clutch mechanism 19 is in a clutch-on state.
Further, as shown in FIG. 9, the clutch is turned off, and the handlebar 2 rotates the handle shaft 30 clockwise (in the direction in which the wire is wound) as indicated by the arrow E, by the tooth portion of the ratchet roller 72. 72a causes the claw portion 47a of the releasing member 47 to be Pressed. In this case, the cam portion 45 returns to the engagement position against the biasing force of the toggle spring 49, and the clutch mechanism 19 is brought into the clutch conduction state.
In such an embodiment, the clutch mechanism 19 can be brought into an on state or an open state by operating only the clutch operating member 17. Therefore, the conduction and disconnection control of the clutch mechanism 19 can be performed by placing the female finger on the clutch operating member 17 at the time of throwing and performing finger pressing. Therefore, the moment when the fish is hooked, the clutch can be turned on and the fish can be caught. Further, the structure is simplified as compared with the case where the individual members respectively perform the opening and closing of the clutch mechanism 19.
When the center portion of the third operation portion 17c is concavely bent, the tip end of the female finger contacts any of the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b and is pressed forward to operate the clutch mechanism 19 to the clutch conduction state. The abdomen of the finger is not easily swayed by the central part of the depression. Therefore, it is easy to move the finger and operate as a clutch conduction state.
[Other embodiments]
(a) In the foregoing embodiment, although an example of a clutch operating member applicable to a non-circular double-bearing reel of the reel body is described, the reel body is a circular double-bearing reel, and the clutch of the present invention can also be applied. Operating components.
(b) In the above embodiment, the first and second side plates 8a and 8b are divided into the first and second side plate bodies 9a and 9b and the first and second support portions 10a and 10b, and the clutch operating members of the side plates are provided. The support portions of 17 are formed separately, and the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b are slidably and slidably mounted, but one The first and second side plate bodies 9a and 9b and the first and second support portions 10a and 10b may be formed.
(c) In the above-described embodiment, the first and second operation portions 17a and 17b of the clutch operating member 17 are provided with the mounting portions 17d and 17e or the pressing operation portions 17f and 17g, but these may not be provided.
1‧‧‧Reel body
2‧‧‧Operator
3‧‧‧Star tractor
4‧‧‧ reel
4a‧‧‧Flange
4b‧‧‧Rolling Headquarters
5‧‧‧Frame
6a‧‧‧1st side cover
6b‧‧‧2nd side cover
6d‧‧‧ hub
6e‧‧‧ hub
7‧‧‧ front cover
8a‧‧‧1st side panel
8b‧‧‧2nd side panel
8c‧‧‧Connecting Department
8d‧‧‧ thumb seat
9a‧‧‧Side board body
9a‧‧‧1st side panel body
9b‧‧‧2nd side panel body
9c‧‧‧ openings
9d‧‧‧Gap section
9e‧‧‧Gap section
9f‧‧‧ hub
9g‧‧‧ hub
9h‧‧‧Arc face
9i‧‧‧Arc face
9j, 9k‧‧‧ openings
9m‧‧‧ slit
10a‧‧‧1st support
10b‧‧‧2nd support
10c‧‧‧1st support surface
10e‧‧‧2nd support surface
10d‧‧‧Fixed holes
10f, 10g‧‧‧ Ears
10h, 10i‧‧‧through hole
10j‧‧‧ openings
10k‧‧‧ openings
11‧‧‧ Ring
11a‧‧‧Mask thread
11b~11e‧‧‧protrusion
11f‧‧‧through hole
11g‧‧‧fixed pin
11g2‧‧‧Mate
11g1‧‧‧ fixed department
12‧‧‧Brake shell
12a‧‧‧Bearing storage department
12b‧‧‧Installation Department
12c‧‧‧Link Department
14a‧‧‧screw components
14b‧‧‧screw components
14c‧‧‧screw components
15‧‧‧Reel shaft
15a‧‧‧ card sales
16‧‧‧Clutch protection
16a‧‧‧Tube
16b‧‧‧ arc hole
16c‧‧‧Spring card hole
16d‧‧‧ guiding recess
17‧‧‧Clutch operating member
17a‧‧‧1st Operation Department
17b‧‧‧2nd Operation Department
17c‧‧‧3rd Operation Department
17d, 17e‧‧‧ Installation Department
17f, 17g‧‧‧ Press operation department
17h‧‧‧1st contact surface
17i‧‧‧2nd contact surface
17j‧‧‧1st far away
17k‧‧‧2nd far side
17m, 17n‧‧‧ outside
18‧‧‧Rotating communication agency
19‧‧‧Clutch mechanism
20‧‧‧Clutch control mechanism
21‧‧‧ traction mechanism
22‧‧‧ throwing control agency
23‧‧‧ Centrifugal brake mechanism
24‧‧‧Uniform winding mechanism
25‧‧‧ Guide tube
26‧‧‧ worm gear shaft
26a‧‧‧ditch
27‧‧‧Line guide
27a‧‧‧ card sales
28‧‧‧ driven gear
29‧‧‧ drive gear
30‧‧‧Hand shaft
30a‧‧‧1st screw
30b‧‧‧2nd screw
31‧‧‧ main gear
32‧‧‧Spindle
32a‧‧‧ teeth
32b‧‧‧Meshing Department
32c‧‧‧Little Trails Department
32d‧‧‧Khegou
33a‧‧‧ Bearing
33b‧‧‧ Bearing
35‧‧‧ bearing
40‧‧‧Clutch cam
41‧‧‧ clutch yoke
41a‧‧‧Clock Department
42‧‧‧ coil spring
43‧‧‧Clutch return mechanism
44‧‧ ‧ sales
45‧‧‧Cam Department
45a‧‧‧Cam body
45b‧‧‧Protruding
45c‧‧‧ cam surface
45d‧‧‧Snap convex
46‧‧‧Clutch pallet
46a‧‧‧Installation Department
46b‧‧‧Installation Department
46c‧‧‧ snap hole
47‧‧‧Remove components
47a‧‧‧ claws
48‧‧‧One-way clutch
48a‧‧‧ Inner wheel
49‧‧‧Toggle spring
51a‧‧‧ brake pads
51b‧‧‧ brake pads
52‧‧‧ Cap
59‧‧‧Locking mechanism
60‧‧‧Locking lever
60a‧‧‧Rotation
60b‧‧‧Operation part
60c‧‧‧through hole
60d‧‧‧ cam surface
60e, 60f‧‧‧ installation ditch
61‧‧‧Swing axis
61a‧‧‧The Great Trails Department
61b‧‧‧锷
61c‧‧‧Foot Trail Department
61d‧‧‧through hole
62‧‧‧ Preventing falling off members
63‧‧‧Spring components
64‧‧‧Lock pin
65a‧‧‧O-ring
65b‧‧‧O-ring
70‧‧‧ friction plate
71‧‧‧ Pressing the pallet
72‧‧‧rat wheel
72a‧‧‧ teeth
73‧‧‧ nuts
76‧‧‧ brake drum
77‧‧‧Brake slider
78‧‧‧Rotating components
[Fig. 1] A perspective view of a double bearing reel according to an embodiment of the present invention.
[Fig. 2] Its plan view.
[Fig. 3] An exploded perspective view of the right side portion.
[Fig. 4] An exploded perspective view of a central portion thereof.
[Fig. 5] An exploded perspective view of the left side portion.
[Fig. 6] A plan view of the frame of the reel body.
[Fig. 7] A cross-sectional view showing a portion of the first support portion of the reel body.
[Fig. 8] A cross-sectional view showing the structure of the lock mechanism of the first side cover.
[Fig. 9] A side view showing the state of the clutch control mechanism in the clutch OFF state.
[Fig. 10] A side view showing the state of the clutch control mechanism when the clutch is in the ON state.
[Fig. 11] A plan view of the clutch operating member.
[Fig. 12] A cross-sectional view taken along line XII-XII of Fig. 11.
[Fig. 13] Rear view of the clutch operating member.
5‧‧‧Frame
7‧‧‧ front cover
8a‧‧‧1st side panel
8b‧‧‧2nd side panel
8c‧‧‧Connecting Department
8d‧‧‧ thumb seat
9a‧‧‧Side board body
9a‧‧‧1st side panel body
9b‧‧‧2nd side panel body
9c‧‧‧ openings
9d‧‧‧Gap section
9e‧‧‧Gap section
9f‧‧‧ hub
9g‧‧‧ hub
9h‧‧‧Arc face
10a‧‧‧1st support
10b‧‧‧2nd support
10c‧‧‧1st support surface
10d‧‧‧Fixed holes
10e‧‧‧2nd support surface
10h, 10i‧‧‧through hole
10k‧‧‧ openings
11‧‧‧ Ring
11a‧‧‧Mask thread
11b~11e‧‧‧protrusion
11f‧‧‧through hole
11g‧‧‧fixed pin
14a‧‧‧screw components
14b‧‧‧screw components
14c‧‧‧screw components
16‧‧‧Clutch protection
16a‧‧‧Tube
16b‧‧‧ arc hole
16c‧‧‧Spring card hole
16d‧‧‧ guiding recess
17‧‧‧Clutch operating member
17a‧‧‧1st Operation Department
17b‧‧‧2nd Operation Department
17c‧‧‧3rd Operation Department
17d, 17e‧‧‧ Installation Department
17f, 17g‧‧‧ Press operation department
19‧‧‧Clutch mechanism
20‧‧‧Clutch control mechanism
24‧‧‧Uniform winding mechanism
25‧‧‧ Guide tube
26‧‧‧ worm gear shaft
26a‧‧‧ditch
27‧‧‧Line guide
27a‧‧‧ card sales
28‧‧‧ driven gear
32‧‧‧Spindle
32a‧‧‧ teeth
32c‧‧‧Little Trails Department
32d‧‧‧Khegou
35‧‧‧ bearing
40‧‧‧Clutch cam
41‧‧‧ clutch yoke
41a‧‧‧Clock Department
42‧‧‧ coil spring
43‧‧‧Clutch return mechanism
44‧‧ ‧ sales
45‧‧‧Cam Department
45a‧‧‧Cam body
45b‧‧‧Protruding
45c‧‧‧ cam surface
45d‧‧‧Snap convex
46‧‧‧Clutch pallet
46a‧‧‧Installation Department
46b‧‧‧Installation Department
46c‧‧‧ snap hole
47‧‧‧Remove components
47a‧‧‧ claws
59‧‧‧Locking mechanism
60‧‧‧Locking lever
60a‧‧‧Rotation
60b‧‧‧Operation part
62‧‧‧ Preventing falling off members
63‧‧‧Spring components
65a‧‧‧O-ring
65b‧‧‧O-ring

Claims (3)

  1. A clutch operating member for a dual-bearing reel is a clutch for opening and closing a clutch mechanism of a two-bearing reel that can be attached to a reel that is rotatably supported in a reel of a reel body The operation member includes: the first and second operation portions are provided so as to be bent at intervals on the outer circumferential sides of both ends of the reel, and the clutch mechanism is operated to be in a clutch conduction state; and the third operation portion is The first and second operating portions are connected to the rear of the spool, and the clutch mechanism is operated to be in a clutch-off state. The third operating portion is configured to bend the central portion and the first and second operating portions as seen from the rear. In the third operation unit, the first and second operation units are smoothly connected to the first and second operation units by a curve in which the radius gradually increases toward the first and second operation portions as seen from above, and the first and second operations are smoothly connected. Each of the portions has a pressing operation portion which is formed to protrude inward from each other in order to facilitate the turning operation toward the front of the reel body.
  2. The clutch operating member of the double-bearing reel according to the first aspect of the invention, wherein the third operating portion is coupled to a clutch cam that rotates around a spool core.
  3. The clutch operating member of the double-bearing reel according to the second aspect of the invention, wherein the first and second operating portions are formed by bending at least a portion of an arcuate shape centering on the spool axis. Set at The reel body has a support surface formed by an arcuate curved shape centering on the spool axis, and is supported by the first and second support portions, respectively.
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