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US20130068709A1
US20130068709A1 US13/235,403 US201113235403A US2013068709A1 US 20130068709 A1 US20130068709 A1 US 20130068709A1 US 201113235403 A US201113235403 A US 201113235403A US 2013068709 A1 US2013068709 A1 US 2013068709A1
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B25HAND TOOLS; PORTABLE POWER-DRIVEN TOOLS; MANIPULATORS
    • B25HWORKSHOP EQUIPMENT, e.g. FOR MARKING-OUT WORK; STORAGE MEANS FOR WORKSHOPS
    • B25H3/00Storage means or arrangements for workshops facilitating access to, or handling of, work tools or instruments
    • B25H3/04Racks
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47FSPECIAL FURNITURE, FITTINGS, OR ACCESSORIES FOR SHOPS, STOREHOUSES, BARS, RESTAURANTS OR THE LIKE; PAYING COUNTERS
    • A47F5/00Show stands, hangers, or shelves characterised by their constructional features
    • A47F5/08Show stands, hangers, or shelves characterised by their constructional features secured to the wall, ceiling, or the like; Wall-bracket display devices

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A tool storage rack structure includes a first fixing element including a first magnetic component and a second fixing element pivotally connected to the first fixing element. The second fixing element includes a second magnetic component. The structure also includes a storage component and a pivoted device that is connected to the first and the second fixing elements. The first and the second fixing elements rotate in different angles around the pivoted device as their axes according to the shape of the object. The first and the second fixing elements are fixed on the object via the first and the second magnetic components. The storage component is connected to the pivoted device for storing the object. The storage component is able to change positions around the pivoted device by pivoting the pivoted device as its axis.

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    BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
  • 1. Field of Invention
  • The present invention relates to a tool storage rack structure and more particularly to a tool storage rack structure which can be fixed on an object which needs to be fixed and can accommodate or store an object which needs to be stored.
  • 2. Related Art
  • Common tool storage racks for storing tools such as screwdrivers, etc., are usually hung on or screwed on workshop walls by using screws for convenience of users to take tools at anytime, and can be stored right after they have been used, in order to avoid difficulty in finding the tools or got lost when they are needed next time. However, hand tools such as screwdrivers, etc., are different in sizes and shapes. Therefore, large storage space is required for racks for storing or accommodating the tools. If the storage racks are hung on or fixed on the walls by using screws, the overall look of the workshop becomes unpleasant, the walls will be damaged and the storage racks also occupy a lot of space. Therefore, it is a main object of the present invention to improve the drawbacks of conventional tool storage racks.
  • SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
  • The present invention of a tool storage rack structure which can be fixed on an object which needs to be fixed and can accommodate or store an object which needs to be stored. The tool storage rack structure comprises a first fixing element which includes a first magnetic component; a second fixing element which is pivotally connected to the first fixing element and it includes a second magnetic component; a pivoted device which is connected to the first fixing element and the second fixing element; and a storage component. The first fixing element and the second fixing element rotate around the pivoted device as their axes; so that the first fixing element and the second fixing element rotate in different angles around the pivoted device as their axes according to the shape of the object needs to be fixed; therefore, by the first magnetic component and the second magnetic component, the first fixing element and the second fixing element are fixed on the object needs to be fixed. The storage component is connected to the pivoted device for storing the object which needs to be stored. The storage component changes positions around the pivoted device as its axis.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the first fixing element and the second fixing element are shaped like a board.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the first magnetic component includes a first magnet unit and a first magnetoconductive unit. Magnetic force of the first magnet unit is used to fix the first fixing element on the object which needs to be fixed. The first magnetoconductive unit is disposed on the first fixing element and it carries the first magnet unit, and the first magnetoconductive unit conducts the magnetic force of the first magnet unit. The second magnetic component includes a second magnet unit and a second magnetoconductive unit. The second magnetoconductive unit is disposed on the second fixing element and it carries the second magnet unit, and the second magnetoconductive unit conducts the magnetic force of the second magnet unit.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the first magnetoconductive unit and the second magnetoconductive unit are shaped as an indentation like a letter U. The first magnet unit and the second magnet unit are disposed inside the indentations of the first magnetoconductive unit and the second magnetoconductive unit respectively.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the pivoted device includes a first pivoted unit which is connected to the first fixing element and the first pivoted unit has a first through hole; a second pivoted unit which is connected to the second fixing element and the second pivoted unit has a second through hole, when the first fixing element is pivotally connected to the second fixing element, the first through hole of the first pivoted unit is connected to the second through hole of the second pivoted unit; and a shaft which goes through the first through hole of the first pivoted unit and the second through hole of the second pivoted unit. The shaft is partially exposed outside the first through hole and the second through hole, so that it can prevent the first pivoted unit detaches from the second pivoted unit when the first fixing element and the second fixing element rotate.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the storage component includes a storage body with a hollow bottom; a storage space disposing inside the storage body for storing or accommodating the object which needs to be stored; and a connecting portion disposing at one end of the storage body. The connecting portion has a connecting groove hole to connect to one end of the shaft which is partially exposed outside the first through hole and the second through hole.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the storage component further includes a storage base which is in an upside down letter U shape and it is disposed inside the storage space. The storage base has a plurality of holes for inserting tools such as screwdrivers, etc., which have similar structures and need to be stored. When screwdrivers or suchlike tools are inserted in the holes of the storage base, the screwdrivers and suchlike objects which need to be stored are penetrated outside through the hollow bottom of the storage body.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the storage case can be in a U shape. The storage base will cover the hollow bottom of the storage body entirely when it is placed inside the storage space, so that the storage space of the storage body can store clips, staples, pens, pliers and suchlike objects which need to be stored.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, another end of the shaft which is partially exposed outside the first through hole and the second through hole can be connected to another storage component.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures, a tool storage rack structure of the present invention further includes a fixing ringer which is movably disposed in the connecting groove hole of the connecting portion. The ringer is ringed on the shaft which is partially exposed outside the first through hole and the second through hole, so that the shaft can be securely connected inside the connecting groove hole.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the storage component changes positions around the pivoted device as its axis indicates that, the connecting portion disposed on one end of the storage body rotates around the shaft as its axis.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the storage component changes positions around the pivoted device as its axis indicates that, the shaft which is partially exposed outside the first through hole and the second through hole can move inside a space defined by the connecting groove hole of the connecting portion.
  • Based on the abovementioned structures according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention, the object needs to be fixed can be any object which is attracted by magnetic force.
  • The present invention will become more fully understood by reference to the following detailed description thereof when read in conjunction with the attached drawings.
  • BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
  • FIGS. 1A, 1B and 1C are illustrations of a preferred embodiment of a tool storage rack structure of the present invention which is developed to improve drawbacks of prior art;
  • FIG. 2 is an illustration of a storage component moves around a pivoted device as its axis according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention;
  • FIG. 3 is an illustration of a tool storage rack structure of the present invention being connected to another storage component by using a shaft of a pivoted device according to a tool storage rack structure of the present invention; and
  • FIG. 4 is a usage illustration of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention.
  • DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
  • Referring to FIGS. 1A, 1B and 1C, they show a preferred embodiment of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention which is developed to improve the drawbacks of conventional techniques and means. A tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention can be fixed on an object which needs to be fixed and can accommodate or store an object which needs to be stored. As shown in the drawings, a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention mainly comprises a first fixing element 10, a second fixing element 11, a pivoted device 12 and a storage component 13. A first magnetic component 14 is disposed on the first fixing element 10, and a second magnetic component 15 is disposed on the second fixing element 11. The second fixing element 11 is pivotally connected to the first fixing element 10, and the first fixing element 10 as well as the second fixing element 11 are shaped like a board as shown in the drawings. The pivoted device 12 is connected to the first fixing element 10 and the second fixing element 11; the first fixing element 10 and the second fixing element 11 rotate around the pivoted device 12 as their axes; so that the first fixing element 10 and the second fixing element 11 rotate in different angles around the pivoted device 12 as their axes according to the shape of the object needs to be fixed (not show in the drawings); therefore, by the first magnetic component 14 and the second magnetic component 15, the first fixing element 10 and the second fixing element 11 are fixed on the object needs to be fixed (not show in the drawings). The storage component 13 is connected to the pivoted device 12 for storing the object which needs to be stored (not show in the drawings); and the storage component 13 changes positions around the pivoted device 12 as its axis. Detailed structures of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention are further described below.
  • According to the abovementioned technical description, the first magnetic component 14 of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention as shown in FIG. 1A, includes a first magnet unit 141 and a first magnetoconductive unit 142. The first magnetoconductive unit 142 is shaped as an indentation like a letter U, and the first magnet unit 141 is disposed inside an indentation 1420 of the first magnetoconductive unit 142, the first magnetoconductive unit 142 conducts the magnetic force of the first magnet unit 141. Likewise, the second magnetic component 15 includes a second magnet unit 151 and a second magnetoconductive unit 152. The second magnetoconductive unit 152 is also shaped as an indentation like a letter U, and the second magnet unit 151 is disposed inside an indentation 1520 of the second magnetoconductive unit 152, the second magnetoconductive unit 152 conducts the magnetic force of the second magnet unit 151.
  • According to the abovementioned technical description, the pivoted device 12 of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention as shown in FIG. 1A, includes a first pivoted unit 121, a second pivoted unit 122 and a shaft 123. The first pivoted unit 121 and the second pivoted unit 122 have a first through hole 1210 and a second through hole 1220 respectively; the first pivoted unit 121 and the second pivoted unit 122 are connected to each other. When the first fixing element 10 is pivotally connected to the second fixing element 11, the first through hole 1210 of the first pivoted unit 121 is connected to the second through hole 1220 of the second pivoted unit 122. The shaft 123 goes through the first through hole 1210 of the first pivoted unit 121 and the second through hole 1220 of the second pivoted unit 122; and the shaft 123 is partially exposed outside the first through hole 1210 and the second through hole 1220; so that it can prevent the first pivoted unit 121 detaches from the second pivoted unit 122 when the first fixing element 10 and the second fixing element 11 rotate.
  • According to the abovementioned technical description, the storage component 13 of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention as shown in FIGS. 1A and 1B, includes a storage body 131; a storage space 132 and a connecting portion 133. The storage body 131 is structured with a hollow bottom. The storage space 132 is disposed inside the storage body 131 for storing the object which needs to be stored (not shown in the drawings). The connecting portion 133 is disposed at one end of the storage body 131. The connecting portion 133 has a connecting groove hole 1330 to connect with the shaft 123 which is partially exposed outside the first through hole 1210 and the second through hole 1220. Furthermore, a fixing ringer 16 is ringed on the shaft 123 which is partially exposed outside the first through hole 1210 and the second through hole 1220. The fixing ringer 16 is movably disposed in the connecting groove hole 1330 of the connecting portion 133, so that the shaft 123 can be securely connected inside the connecting groove hole 1330. According to a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention, a storage base 134 is disposed inside the storage space 132 of the storage body 131. The storage base 134 is in an upside down U shape and has a plurality of holes 1340 for inserting tools such as screwdrivers, etc., which have similar structures and need to be stored. As shown in FIG. 1B, the storage base 134 can also be structured without holes, and can be shaped in a U shape to be disposed inside the storage space 132. The storage base 134 will cover the hollow bottom of the storage body 131 entirely when it is placed inside the storage space 132, so that the storage space 132 of the storage body 131 can store clips, staples, pens, pliers and suchlike objects which need to be stored. A perspective assembly view of the abovementioned elements is shown in FIG. 1C.
  • FIG. 2 is an illustration of the storage component 13 moves around the pivoted device 12 as its axis according to a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention. As clearly shown in the drawing, after the pivoted device 12 is fixed on the object 200 which needs to be fixed, the connecting portion 133 disposing at one end of the storage component 13 rotates around the shaft 123 as its axis (directions indicated by an arrow A in the drawing). In addition, the shaft 123 which is partially exposed outside the first through hole 1210 and the second through hole 1220 can move inside a space defined by the connecting groove hole 1330 of the connecting portion 133 (directions indicated by an arrow B in the drawing).
  • FIG. 3 is an illustration of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention being connected to another storage component 20 by using the shaft 123 (the shaft as shown in FIG. 1A) of the pivoted device 12. As clearly shown in the drawing, after the pivoted device 12 is fixed on the object 200 which needs to be fixed, besides an end of the shaft 123 which is connected to the storage component 13, its another end can be connected to another storage component 20. Based on this method of connection, a plurality of storage components can be connected at the same time according to users' requirements.
  • FIG. 4 is a usage illustration of a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention. As clearly shown in the drawing, after the pivoted device 12 is fixed on the object 200 which needs to be fixed, different types of the storage base 134 can be applied with the storage body 131 according to users' various requirements, in order to fit objects with different shapes which need to be stored. As shown in the drawing, the storage body 131 is used together with the storage base 134 which has a plurality of the holes 1340. When screwdrivers 300 or suchlike tools which need to be stored, are inserted in the holes 1340 of the storage base 134; the screwdrivers 300 and suchlike objects which need to be stored, are penetrated outside through the hollow bottom of the storage body 131.
  • As a conclusion from the abovementioned description, it is clearly understandable that, a tool storage rack structure 1 of the present invention can be adhered to any objects which are attracted to magnetic force. Furthermore, a plurality of the tool storage rack structure 1 can be arranged on top of each other according to users' different requirements. Therefore, besides the advantages that the tool storage rack structure 1 has a simple structure and can effectively reduce manufacturing costs, it is convenient to use and can save a lot of space. Thus, a tool storage rack structure of the present invention can improve the drawbacks of prior art and achieve the main objects of the present invention.
  • Note that the specifications relating to the above embodiments should be construed as exemplary rather than as limitative of the present invention, with many variations and modifications being readily attainable by a person of average skill in the art without departing from the spirit or scope thereof as defined by the appended claims and their legal equivalents.

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1. A tool storage rack structure which can be fixed on an object which needs to be fixed and can store an object which needs to be stored, said tool storage rack structure comprising:
a first fixing element which includes a first magnetic component;
a second fixing element pivotally connected to said first fixing element and it includes a second magnetic component;
a pivoted device connected to said first fixing element and said second fixing element, said first fixing element and said second fixing element rotate around said pivoted device as their axes, so that said first fixing element and said second fixing element rotate in different angles around said pivoted device as their axes according to the shape of said object needs to be fixed, therefore, by said first magnetic component and said second magnetic component, said first fixing element and said second fixing element are fixed on said object needs to be fixed; and
a storage component connected to said pivoted device for storing said object which needs to be stored, said storage component changes positions around said pivoted device as its axis.
2. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 1, wherein said first fixing element and said second fixing element are in a board shape.
3. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 1, wherein said first magnetic component includes a first magnet unit and a first magnetoconductive unit, magnetic force of said first magnet unit is used to fix said first fixing element on said object which needs to be fixed, said first magnetoconductive unit is disposed on said first fixing element and it carries said first magnet unit, and said first magnetoconductive unit conducts the magnetic force of said first magnet unit, said second magnetic component includes a second magnet unit and a second magnetoconductive unit, said second magnetoconductive unit is disposed on said second fixing element and it carries said second magnet unit, and said second magnetoconductive unit conducts magnetic force of said second magnet unit.
4. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 3, wherein said first magnetoconductive unit and said second magnetoconductive unit are shaped as an indentation like a letter U, said first magnet unit and said second magnet unit are disposed inside said indentations of said first magnetoconductive unit and said second magnetoconductive unit respectively.
5. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 1, wherein said pivoted device comprises:
a first pivoted unit connected to said first fixing element and it has a first through hole;
a second pivoted unit connected to said second fixing element and it has a second through hole, when said first fixing element is pivotally connected to said second fixing element, said first through hole of said first pivoted unit is connected to said second through hole of said second pivoted unit; and
a shaft which goes through said first through hole of said first pivoted unit and said second through hole of said second pivoted unit, and said shaft is partially exposed outside said first through hole and said second through hole, so that it can prevent said first pivoted unit detached from said second pivoted unit when said first fixing element and said second fixing element rotate.
6. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 5, wherein said storage component comprises:
a storage body with a hollow bottom;
a storage space disposed inside said storage body to store said object which needs to be stored; and
a connecting portion disposed at one end of said storage body, said connecting portion having a connecting groove hole to connect to one end of said shaft which is partially exposed outside said first through hole and said second through hole.
7. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 6, wherein said storage component further includes a storage base which is in an upside down U shape, and it is disposed inside said storage space, said storage base has a plurality of holes for inserting tools such as screwdrivers and suchlike tools which need to be stored, when screwdrivers and suchlike tools are inserted in said holes of said storage base, screwdrivers and suchlike objects which need to be stored are penetrated outside through the hollow bottom of said storage body.
8. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 7, wherein said storage case can be in a U shape, said storage base will cover the hollow bottom of said storage body entirely when it is placed inside said storage space, so that said storage space of said storage body can store clips, staples, pens, pliers and suchlike objects which need to be stored.
9. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 6, wherein another end of said shaft which is partially exposed outside said first through hole and said second through hole can be connected to another storage component.
10. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 6 further includes a fixing ringer movably disposed in said connecting groove hole of said connecting portion, said ringer is ringed on said shaft which is partially exposed outside said first through hole and said second through hole, so that said shaft can be securely connected inside said connecting groove hole.
11. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 6, wherein said storage component changes positions around said pivoted device as its axis indicates that, said connecting portion disposed at one end of said storage body rotating around said shaft as its axis.
12. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 6, wherein said storage component changes positions around said pivoted device as its axis indicates that, said shaft which is partially exposed outside said first through hole and said second through hole is moved inside a space defined by said connecting groove hole of said connecting portion.
13. The tool storage rack structure as claimed in claim 1, wherein said object needs to be fixed can be any object which is attracted by magnetic force.
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