TWI631026B - Sunroof assembly and shockless bushing thereof - Google Patents

Sunroof assembly and shockless bushing thereof

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TWI631026B
TWI631026B TW105135614A TW105135614A TWI631026B TW I631026 B TWI631026 B TW I631026B TW 105135614 A TW105135614 A TW 105135614A TW 105135614 A TW105135614 A TW 105135614A TW I631026 B TWI631026 B TW I631026B
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sleeve
shaft
side
support blocks
groove
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黃啟銘
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信昌機械廠股份有限公司
福州明芳汽車部件工業有限公司
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Abstract

An automotive sunroof assembly includes a slide rail, a slider, a guide block, a link, and a shock absorbing sleeve. The sliding rail is provided with a sliding slot extending in the longitudinal direction of the sliding rail. The inner side of the sliding slot is provided with a side groove, and the side groove extends in the longitudinal direction of the sliding slot. The slider is housed in the chute. The guiding block is embedded in the inner wall of the sliding slot, and the guiding block is provided with a guiding groove communicating with the side groove. The connecting rod is connected to the slider, and the connecting rod extends laterally out of a shaft, and the shaft can move in the side groove and the guiding groove. The damper sleeve includes a sleeve sleeved on the shaft and a pair of support blocks protruding from opposite sides of the sleeve, wherein the damper sleeve is movable in the side groove and the guiding groove, thereby eliminating The vibration of the shaft when passing through the step between the side groove and the guiding groove.

Description

Automotive sunroof assembly and its damping bushing

The invention relates to a sunroof assembly for an automobile, in particular to a sunroof assembly with a damping bushing and a damping bushing thereof.

The sunroof assembly is a mechanical mechanism for pushing the sunroof glass panel to open, close and move, and generally includes a slide rail and a slider housed in the slide rail, and the slider can be driven by the motor on the slide rail Move inside. The glass plate can be moved by the slider by the mechanism interlocking the slider. The slider is connected with a connecting rod, and the glass plate can be raised and lowered by the swinging link. The connecting rod is provided with a convex shaft and a corresponding channel is arranged in the sliding rail for the convex shaft to move therein, and the channel is along the longitudinal direction of the sliding rail. Extending, the inclination of the link can be defined by the convex axis and the channel when the slider moves within the slide rail. The swinging of the link causes the position of the male shaft to change, so that some of the channels must be turned to allow the convex shaft to deflect.

The slide rails are generally made of metal, and the conventional extrusion molding and stamping techniques are difficult to process to form the steering portion of the channel. Therefore, the steering portion of the channel is often made of plastic parts and then embedded in the slide rails.

Due to the different material properties of metal and plastic, the metal parts and the plastic parts are not easily spliced, and the channel forms a step at the junction of the metal parts and the plastic parts. When the protruding shaft passes through the junction of the metal piece and the plastic part, the difference in the section causes the connecting rod to move smoothly. The connecting rod carries the glass plate, and the movement of the connecting rod causes the glass plate to vibrate strongly to cause abnormal sound.

In view of the above, the inventors of the present invention have made great efforts to solve the above problems in view of the above-mentioned prior art, and have made great efforts to solve the above problems, which has become the object of improvement of the present inventors.

The invention provides an automobile sunroof assembly with a damping bushing and a damping bushing thereof.

The invention provides a sunroof assembly for a vehicle, which comprises a slide rail, a slider, a guiding block, a connecting rod and a damping bushing. The sliding rail is provided with a sliding slot extending in the longitudinal direction of the sliding rail. The inner side of the sliding slot is provided with a side groove, and the side groove extends in the longitudinal direction of the sliding slot. The slider is housed in the chute. The guiding block is embedded in the inner wall of the sliding slot, and the guiding block is provided with a guiding groove communicating with the side groove. The connecting rod is connected to the slider, and the connecting rod extends laterally out of a shaft, and the shaft can move in the side groove and the guiding groove. The damper sleeve includes a sleeve sleeved on the shaft and a pair of support blocks protruding from opposite sides of the sleeve, and the damper sleeve is movable in the side groove and the guiding groove.

In the automotive sunroof assembly of the present invention, each of the support blocks has a ridge on a side along the direction in which the support block protrudes. The connecting planes of the pair of ridges of the pair of support blocks are tangent to the outer side of the sleeve. A compression space is formed in the hollow in each support block. Each of the support blocks is formed with a tapered portion at an end along the protruding direction of the support block. A plurality of ribs are protruded in the sleeve, and the ribs respectively abut the shaft. The guiding groove is deflected from the corresponding side groove.

The present invention further provides a damper bushing for tying a shaft in the sunroof assembly of the foregoing automobile. The damper bushing includes a sleeve, and a pair of supporting blocks are protruded on opposite sides of the sleeve.

In the damper sleeve of the present invention, each of the support blocks has a ridge on a side along the direction in which the support block protrudes. The connecting planes of the pair of ridges of the pair of support blocks are tangent to the outer side of the sleeve. A compression space is formed in the hollow in each support block. Each of the support blocks is formed with a tapered portion at an end along the protruding direction of the support block. A plurality of ribs are protruded in the sleeve, and the ribs respectively abut the shaft.

The sunroof assembly of the present invention eliminates the shock experienced by the shaft passing through the side groove and the step between the guide grooves by the damper sleeve.

Referring to FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, a preferred embodiment of the present invention provides a sunroof assembly for a vehicle, including a slide rail 100, a slider 200, a guide block 300, a link 400, and at least one shock absorbing sleeve 500. .

In this embodiment, the slide rail 100 is preferably a metal elongated body. The slide rail 100 is provided with a sliding slot 110 extending along the longitudinal direction of the sliding rail 100. The inner side of the sliding slot 110 is provided with at least one side slot. 121. In this embodiment, the inner side of the chute 110 is provided with a pair of side slots 121/122 arranged in parallel at intervals. However, the present invention does not limit the number thereof, and each side slot 121/122 extends along the longitudinal direction of the sliding slot 110, respectively. .

The slider 200 is housed in the chute 110 and is capable of sliding along the chute 110. One side of the slider 200 defines a steering groove 201, and the two ends of the steering groove 201 are respectively disposed at different inclination angles.

The guiding block 300 is disposed on the inner wall of the sliding slot 110. The guiding block 300 is provided with at least one guiding slot 301 corresponding to the side slot. In this embodiment, the guiding block 300 is provided with a pair of functions. The guiding grooves 301/302 are not limited in the present invention, and the guiding grooves 301/302 are respectively connected to the corresponding side grooves 121/122. Moreover, each of the guiding grooves 301/302 respectively extends and extends correspondingly to the corresponding side grooves 121/122.

The connecting rod 400 extends laterally from the at least one shaft 410. In the embodiment, the connecting rod 400 is provided with a pair of shafts 410/420 having the same configuration. However, the present invention does not limit the number thereof, and each of the shafts 410/420 is laterally convex. Two sides of the connecting rod 400 are exited. One end of each of the shafts 410 / 420 is disposed in the steering groove 201 and is movable along the steering groove 201; the other end of each of the shafts 410 / 420 is movable to the corresponding side groove 121 / 122 and the guiding groove 301 Within /302, therefore, the two sides of the connecting rod 400 can be equally supported by the steering groove 201 and the side grooves 121/122 or the guiding grooves 301/302, respectively, and are not laterally yawed when the link 400 moves.

When the connecting rod 400 is folded on the sliding rail 100, one end of each shaft 410/420 is located at one end of the steering groove 201, and the other ends of the shafts 410/420 are respectively located at the corresponding guiding grooves 301/302. within. When the slider 200 starts moving in the chute 110, the link 400 is not driven to move with it, but the slider 200 moves so that the pair of shafts 410/420 are relatively moved to the other end of the steering groove 201 due to the inclination change (steering groove) The inclination angles of the two ends of the 201 are different. The pair of shafts 410/420 are rotated relative to each other to drive the connecting rod 400 to rotate and lift up to the sliding rail 100. The slider 200 continues to move within the chute 110, that is, the link 400 is moved along the slide rail 100. At the same time, each of the shafts 410/420 respectively enters the corresponding side slots 121/122, and each of the shafts 410/420 can be moved along the corresponding side slots 121/122.

When the reverse slider 200 is actuated, the respective shafts 410/420 are respectively restricted by the corresponding side grooves 121/122 and can only move along the corresponding side grooves 121/122, so the pair of shafts 410/420 cannot rotate relative to each other. When the slider 200 moves the connecting rod 400 to the guiding block 300, the respective shafts 410/420 respectively enter the corresponding guiding grooves 301/302, so that the respective shafts 410/420 can respectively follow the corresponding guiding grooves 301. The /302 is deflected to rotate the pair of shafts 410/420 around each other. Moreover, the pair of shafts 410/420 can be guided to rotate by the steering groove 201 to rotate the link 400 to be folded.

Referring to Figures 3 and 4, in the present embodiment, the automotive sunroof assembly of the present invention includes a shock absorbing sleeve 500 of the same construction, but the present invention is not limited in its number, which corresponds to one of the aforementioned shafts 410. The damper sleeve 500 includes a sleeve 510, and a pair of support blocks 520 are protruded from opposite sides of the sleeve 510. The damper sleeve 500 is sleeved on one end of the corresponding shaft 410 corresponding to the side groove 121 or the guiding groove 301. Each of the damper sleeves 500 can be moved within the corresponding side groove 121 and the guiding groove 301, respectively. The support block 520 is formed with a ridge 521 on a side opposite to the convex direction thereof. The connection plane of the pair of ridges 521 formed by the pair of support blocks 520 is tangent to the outer side of the sleeve 510. Moreover, a compression space 523 is formed in each of the support blocks 520. Each of the support blocks 520 is formed with a tapered portion 522 at an end along the protruding direction thereof. A plurality of ribs 511 are respectively protruded from the sleeves 510, and the ribs 511 respectively abut the shaft 410 sleeved by the sleeve 510.

Referring to FIG. 1 , FIG. 2 and FIG. 5 to FIG. 7 , when the connecting rod 400 moves, the sleeve 510 of the damping bushing 500 and the pair of ridges 521 support the connecting rod 400 in the side groove 121 when damping When the sleeve 500 passes through the intersection of the side groove 121 and the guiding groove 301, the damping sleeve 500 is supported by the sleeve 510 and at least two of the ridges 521 in the side groove 121 or the guiding groove 301. Thereby, the damper sleeve 500 can be smoothly passed through the step A1 formed by the connection of the side groove 121 and the guide groove 301. The moving support block 520 can steer the damper sleeve 500 by pushing the tapered portion 522 against the inner wall of the side groove 121. The sleeve 510 abuts the corresponding shaft 410 by the ribs 511 therein to reduce the frictional force to make the damper sleeve 500 easy to rotate. A compression space 523 within the support block 520 allows the support block 520 to be compressed to absorb shock that may be generated as it passes through the step A1.

The above is only the preferred embodiment of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the scope of the invention, and other equivalent variations of the patent spirit of the present invention are all within the scope of the invention.

100‧‧‧rails

110‧‧‧Chute

121/122‧‧‧ side trough

200‧‧‧ slider

201‧‧‧Steering trough

300‧‧‧Guiding block

301/302‧‧‧ guiding slot

400‧‧‧ linkage

410/420‧‧‧ shaft

500‧‧‧Vibration bushing

510‧‧‧ sleeve

511‧‧‧ Ribs

520‧‧‧Support block

521‧‧‧ ridge

522‧‧‧ Cone

523‧‧‧Compressed space

A1‧‧ ‧ step difference

1 is a perspective exploded view of one of the sunroof assemblies of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

2 is another perspective exploded view of a sunroof assembly of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

3 is a schematic view of a damping bushing in a sunroof assembly of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

4 is another schematic view of a damper bushing in a sunroof assembly of a preferred embodiment of the present invention.

5 to 7 are schematic views showing the state of use of the sunroof assembly of the automobile according to the preferred embodiment of the present invention.

Claims (13)

  1. A sunroof assembly includes: a slide rail having a sliding slot extending along a longitudinal direction of the slide rail, the inner side of the sliding slot being provided with a side groove extending along a longitudinal direction of the sliding slot; a slider The guide block is embedded in the inner wall of the sliding slot, the guiding block is provided with a guiding slot connecting the side slot; a connecting rod connecting the slider, the connecting a rod extending laterally from the shaft, the shaft is movable in the side groove and the guiding groove; and a damping sleeve includes a sleeve sleeved on the shaft and protruding from the sleeve The pair of support blocks on opposite sides, the damping sleeve can be moved into the side groove and the guiding groove.
  2. The sunroof assembly of claim 1, wherein each of the support blocks has a ridge on a side along a direction in which the support block protrudes.
  3. The automotive sunroof assembly of claim 2, wherein a connecting plane of the pair of ridges of the pair of support blocks is tangent to an outer side of the sleeve.
  4. The automotive sunroof assembly of claim 1, wherein a hollow space is formed in each of the support blocks.
  5. The sunroof assembly of claim 1, wherein each of the support blocks has a tapered portion formed at an end along a direction in which the support block protrudes.
  6. The sunroof assembly of claim 1, wherein the sleeve is internally provided with a plurality of ribs, each of the ribs abutting the shaft.
  7. The sunroof assembly of claim 1 wherein the guide slot extends from the corresponding side slot.
  8. A damper sleeve for sliding the shaft in the sunroof assembly of claim 1, wherein the damper sleeve comprises a sleeve, and a pair of support blocks are convex on opposite sides of the sleeve .
  9. The damper sleeve of claim 8, wherein each of the support blocks has a ridge on a side along a direction in which the support block protrudes.
  10. The damper sleeve of claim 9, wherein a connecting plane of the pair of ridges of the pair of support blocks is tangent to an outer side of the sleeve.
  11. The damper sleeve according to claim 8, wherein a hollow space is formed in each of the support blocks.
  12. The damper sleeve according to claim 8, wherein each of the support blocks is formed with a tapered portion at an end along a direction in which the support block protrudes.
  13. The shock absorbing sleeve of claim 8, wherein the sleeve is convexly provided with a plurality of ribs, each of the ribs abutting the shaft.
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TWI248398B (en) * 2003-03-28 2006-02-01 Aisin Seiki Sliding roof device for vehicle

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Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
TWI248398B (en) * 2003-03-28 2006-02-01 Aisin Seiki Sliding roof device for vehicle

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