M380969 V. New description: [New technical field] This creation involves DIY auxiliary tools, which refers to a floor tensioner used when assembling the floor. [Prior Art] In the DIY furniture, the 'combination floor' is one of the most popular exhibits because of its many choices and simple construction. Consumers are free to choose the material, pattern, color, etc. of the floor to give the room a completely different look. The edge of the general modular floor is provided with ridges and grooves, so that adjacent floors can be engaged with each other, and the ribs and the grooves to be joined are filled with an adhesive to allow the floor to be firmly joined together. In the actual construction process, when the ridges of the two floors are engaged with the grooves, it is necessary to further press the floor so that the two floors can be closely spliced together. The way to press the floor is usually to hit the side of the floor directly with a hoe, or to pad a piece of wood and hit the wood with a hammer. This way it is easy to cause damage to the floor. Furthermore, when the floor to be worked on approaches the wall, there is a problem that there is insufficient space to hit the floor with the hammer. [New Content] The main purpose of this creation is to provide a floor tensioner that provides floor pressure to allow the floor to be tightly joined together. The main purpose of this creation is to provide a floor tensioner that does not provide floor pressure due to space constraints. In order to achieve the purpose of the above-mentioned creation, the floor tensioner 3 package 3 provided by the present invention has a base on which a cymbal is disposed to reciprocate. The pole is provided with teeth. A plate is disposed at one end of the pole. A drive wheel is rotatably disposed on the base. The drive wheel is provided to engage the teeth on the strut. An operating member coupled to the drive wheel </ RTI> drives the drive wheel to rotate, thereby driving the struts forward or backward. The creation further provides a locating member for operation to secure the struts or drive to position the yoke. In addition, the creation provides a reverse plate. In the case of space, the pressure can be reversed. [Embodiment] Referring to the drawings shown in the drawings, the floor retractor provided by the preferred embodiment includes: a plate, see the i- and second figures... the base 1 (), which is a The rectangular opposites (4) each have two notches 12, and can be bolted or screwed (the base 10 is not fixed at a predetermined position. The base 1 is provided with a branch, an I4 and a positioning member 16. The bracket block 14 has a height. Section 18 and a lower section 20, in the high section mask: there are - through the front and rear side of the through hole 22, and at the top of the lower section 20 there is a ~ p first order hole 24. In the high section 18 adjacent to the One side of the lower section 20 is provided with an opening 'connecting the through hole 22. 22 2 struts % 'passing through the through hole 22 of the bracket block 14 along the through hole 椁 26. The struts are provided with teeth 28. In the present embodiment, the thread on the branch-screw is the teeth 28. The front end of the M380969 of the strut 26 has a head 30' and the head 30 has an annular recess 3ι. The rear end of the strut 26 is fixed by a bolt 33.
The through hole 22 is larger than the through hole 22, so as to prevent the support rod 26 from coming off the through hole 22 and the abutting plate 34, which is an L-shaped plate block, and a connecting block 36 is fixed to the rear side thereof. The connecting block 36 has a through hole 38. The head of the strut 26 is slid into the through hole 38, and is inserted into the side of the connecting block 36 by a pin 40 so that the front end thereof extends into the groove of the head 28. 30, referring to the third figure, the abutment plate 34 is coupled to the front end of the strut 26 and is rotatable relative to the strut 26. A drive wheel 42 has a concave curved surface on its annular surface, and a tooth 44 is provided on the concave curved surface. The drive wheel 42 has a shaft 46 at its bottom end and a shaft bore 48 at its top end. A bearing 50 is mounted in the second order hole 24 of the bracket block 14. The shaft 46 of the drive wheel 42 is coupled to the bearing 50. At this time, the teeth 44 of the drive wheel 42 will reciprocate with the teeth 28 of the struts 26 via the opening of the high section 18 of the bracket block 14.
An operating member 52, which is a crank, is coupled to the driving wheel 42 via a connecting rod 54, whereby the user rotating the operating member 52 causes the driving wheel 42 to rotate, thereby driving the strut 26 to advance or retreat. The end of the connecting rod 54 is inserted into the shaft hole 48 at the top end of the driving wheel 42, and the other end is inserted into the shaft hole 56 of the operating member 52. The connecting rod 54 has an axial recess 58 for insertion of a pin 60 for attachment to the operating member 52 and the drive wheel 42. The positioning member 16 has a base block 62, a plug 64 and a rod 66. The base block 62 has a perforation 68 extending through the front and rear. The top end of the base block 62 has 5 M380969 1 port 70' to expose the middle section of the perforation 68. The front end and the rear end of the opening % each have a lateral groove 72, 74. The plug 64 has a ^ end 76 at one end. The peg 64 is inserted into the perforation 68 of the base block 62 such that the tip end is directed toward the drive wheel 42. The rod 66 is coupled to the pin 64 through the base block 62 and is moved by the user to move the pin 64. As shown in FIG. 4, when the user operates the lever 66 to move the pin 64 toward the drive wheel 42, the tip end 76 of the pin 64 is inserted between the teeth of the drive wheel, and the user can The rod 66 is rotated toward the recess 72 to secure the bolt 64 to this position. In this state, the user cannot rotate 7 the operating member 4 #52. On the contrary, referring to the fifth figure, when the user operates the rod to move the bolt 64 away from the driving wheel 42, the bolt & will leave the driving wheel 42 and the user The rod 66 can also be rotated toward the pocket 74 to secure the bolt 64 to this position. In this state, the user can freely rotate the operating member 52' to drive the strut 26 forward or backward. In the process of assembling the floor, the floor tensioner of the present creation can be placed in front of the β month, and the operating member 52 is rotated to move the slab 34 toward the floor 78. The floor 78 is then pushed against the adjacent floor 80 to tightly bond the two. Referring to the second figure, the floor tensioner of the present invention further provides a reverse resisting plate 82' which is an L-shaped plate which is fixed to the front end of the base 10 by two bolts 84. When the assembled floor is placed close to the wall 86, and the space between the floor 88 and the wall 86 is insufficient to place the floor tensioner of the present creation, the user can attach the backing plate 82, as shown in the seventh figure, The floor tensioner is placed on the floor 88 such that the back side of the backing plate 82 abuts against the floor panel 88, and then the operating member 52 is rotated to move the flap 34 toward the wall 86. After the field plate 34 contacts the wall 86, 'continue to rotate the operating member 52 at this time, the base 1G can be caused to move toward the Wei, and the reverse abutting plate 82 pushes the floor 88 to the adjacent floor 9〇. The two are closely integrated. The features and functions of this creation are as follows: 1. By rotating and reversing the operating member, the plate can be driven to advance or retreat to apply pressure to the adjacent floor. 2. By operating the positioning member, the plate can be maintained at a predetermined position, and the plate can be continuously pressed against the floor for a period of time. 3. The plate can be rotated relative to the pole so that it can be pushed to the floor without interference. 4. The concave arc surface on the drive wheel is complementary to the strut so that the teeth engaged by the drive wheel when the sprue is engaged have a larger contact area to provide greater thrust. 5. The optional anti-plate can be installed to allow the floor tensioner of this creation to be operated without being affected by the space. Although this creation is a device designed to assist in the assembly of floor work, the created device can also be used to move and press various types of panels and the like. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The first drawing is an exploded view of a preferred embodiment of the present invention; the second drawing is a perspective view of a preferred embodiment of the present invention; Sectional view of the board connection block; M380969 The fourth picture is a side view of the creation, showing the positioning part locking drive wheel; the fifth picture is a side view of the creation, showing the positioning part unlocked drive wheel; Operation diagram showing the state of pushing the floor with the board; and floor:: [This is a schematic diagram of the creation operation, showing the use of the reverse plate to push the 12 notch 16 positioning member 20 low section 24 second-order hole 28 tooth 31 groove Μ bolt 36 Connecting block 40 pin 44 tooth 48 shaft hole 52 operating member 56 hole 60 pin 64 pin 68 hole 72, 74 groove [main component symbol description] base 14 bracket block 18 high section 22 through hole 26 strut 30 head 32 Stop 34 against plate 38 perforation 42 drive wheel 46 50 bearing 54 Flip rod 58 groove 62 base block 66 rod opening M380969 76 tip 82 reverse plate 86 wall 78, 80, 88, 90 floor 84 bolt