WO1997037837A1 - Method of producing objects by folding flat material and object produced according to this method - Google Patents

Method of producing objects by folding flat material and object produced according to this method

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WO1997037837A1
WO1997037837A1 PCT/CH1997/000124 CH9700124W WO9737837A1 WO 1997037837 A1 WO1997037837 A1 WO 1997037837A1 CH 9700124 W CH9700124 W CH 9700124W WO 9737837 A1 WO9737837 A1 WO 9737837A1
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material
folding
flat
zone
incisions
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PCT/CH1997/000124
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German (de)
French (fr)
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Georg Strasser
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Comag Printing & Converting Systems Ag
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H45/00Folding thin material
    • B65H45/12Folding articles or webs with application of pressure to define or form crease lines
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B23MACHINE TOOLS; METAL-WORKING NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR
    • B23KSOLDERING OR UNSOLDERING; WELDING; CLADDING OR PLATING BY SOLDERING OR WELDING; CUTTING BY APPLYING HEAT LOCALLY, e.g. FLAME CUTTING; WORKING BY LASER BEAM
    • B23K26/00Working by laser beam, e.g. welding, cutting or boring
    • B23K26/36Removing material
    • B23K26/362Laser etching
    • B23K26/364Laser etching for making a groove or trench, e.g. for scribing a break initiation groove
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B29WORKING OF PLASTICS; WORKING OF SUBSTANCES IN A PLASTIC STATE, IN GENERAL
    • B29CSHAPING OR JOINING OF PLASTICS; SHAPING OF MATERIAL IN A PLASTIC STATE, NOT OTHERWISE PROVIDED FOR; AFTER-TREATMENT OF THE SHAPED PRODUCTS, e.g. REPAIRING
    • B29C53/00Shaping by bending, folding, twisting, straightening or flattening; Apparatus therefor
    • B29C53/02Bending or folding
    • B29C53/04Bending or folding of plates or sheets
    • B29C53/06Forming folding lines by pressing or scoring
    • B29C53/063Forming folding lines by pressing or scoring combined with folding
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65HHANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL, e.g. SHEETS, WEBS, CABLES
    • B65H37/00Article or web delivery apparatus incorporating devices for performing specified auxiliary operations
    • B65H37/06Article or web delivery apparatus incorporating devices for performing specified auxiliary operations for folding
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B31MAKING ARTICLES OF PAPER, CARDBOARD OR MATERIAL WORKED IN A MANNER ANALOGOUS TO PAPER; WORKING PAPER, CARDBOARD OR MATERIAL WORKED IN A MANNER ANALOGOUS TO PAPER
    • B31BMAKING CONTAINERS OF PAPER, CARDBOARD OR MATERIAL WORKED IN A MANNER ANALOGOUS TO PAPER
    • B31B50/00Making rigid or semi-rigid containers, e.g. boxes or cartons
    • B31B50/25Surface scoring

Abstract

The invention concerns a method of producing objects from flat material (9) by folding or bending or the like. According to this method, before the flat material is folded, bent, etc., notches (13, 13', 13'') are cut in the flat material or pieces are removed therefrom, or the like, thermally in a contactless manner by laser radiation in the region of at least one folding zone (9') on the inner side of the object to be produced, the notches, or the like, extending in the direction of the folding zone (9') and being disposed at mutual spacings. The flat material is then folded to form a chamfer, a flattened area, a rounded area (15) of the like over the entire folding zone (9').

Description

PROCESS FOR PRODUCING AGAINST STOOD BY FOLD FLAT MATERIAL AND BY THIS METHOD MADE SUBJECT.

The invention relates, or the like to a process for making articles by folding, bending. of flat material, and to an article made of folded sheet material that is produced by this method.

In the folded objects from flat material is all about packaging material, for example, Falt¬ boxes od. Like. Likewise, however, these items can also od labels, signs, advertising figures. Like. Be.

For folding items of sheet material, such as cardboard,

Plastic od. The like. It is generally necessary to cut the sheet material on that side in the unfolded condition over part of the thickness of the material (the term used in the technical language is "memorize" which are understood nachste- "cut" starting synonymous with soll), which then forms the outside or outer surface of the article in the folded state. The cutting here has to be made along the intended fold, for which a correspondingly shaped, relatively expensive punching tool must be set manufacturers. then for the cutting of this

to mount die in a stamping machine. The Verwen¬ dung of a punching tool is disadvantageous in that first, the Her¬ position takes long time, and secondly the tool after some time is worn and third, a flexible adaptation to specific cutting pattern in accordance with the respective Markt¬ not requirements is possible because a change in the pattern Schneid¬ one time expenditure of a few weeks needs.

The caused by the installation or modification of the tool downtime and Umrustzeiten bring it in a disadvantageous manner with that is desired to cut the greatest possible numbers of flat material, in order to reduce the unproductive time of the punching machine as far as possible alε. Due to the large production lot but increased Lagerhal¬ arise again processing costs, which make the product adversely,

While there is, for example, from US-A-5,421,933 and 5,487,807 known ein¬ enforce laser beam for cutting-area labels for objects to be folded this has not yet been proposed. The reason is obviously that the incision on the - possibly visible -. Exterior surface of the material must be made, and these Aussenflä- before is most often a decorative surface or carries a decorative surface, for example, a color printing layer, a glossy layer or the like Such layer. however, tends by the heat of the laser radiation in the adjacent the incision Be¬ ranging from flat material to peel or dissolve or alter, making then the object unsightly.

It is known that a maximum of accidentally incision performed on the inner surface of the flat material in the folding leads to the outer surface of the edge to stresses in the material which have the tearing of this material edge to the sequence.

These two adverse effects described above are the main reasons why the use of laser radiation for the production of the edge incisions of lien to be folded Flachmateria- or objects was not considered or is.

The invention is therefore based on the object to provide a method that allows the use of laser radiation or laser eineε for cutting to folding sheet materials for molding articles. According to the invention it is therefore proposed in a method of the type mentioned that od prior to folding, bending, or the like. Of the flat material in Be¬ rich at least one folding zone on the inside of herzu- alternate the object at least two in the direction of the folding zone extending , od each other lying in a predetermined spacing material abrasions, incisions. like. berührunsgs- los be carried out by laser radiation thermally in the flat material, after which the folding of the flat material to form a chamfer, a flat, rounding or the like. is performed over the entire ge folding zone.

Through these steps, it is not only possible to use the laser technology with all its advantages in the beabsichtig¬ th way, but also - because the laser beam can be controlled with little effort by computer - WAIVED computer possibly also for the control of Herstel¬ development of the decoration and / or further cuts, for example to separate Ab¬ to use at the Ausssenflache of the flat material. Such a use of the computer is very economical, and a choice for different pro- grams can virtually no downtime, a change of pattern of material erosion or incisions are made and thus fordernisse an immediate adjustment to delivery or Markter¬ even the smallest Lieferlosgrössen be economically performed extremely economically.

Thus, because a waiting period for the production of a new punching tool is unnecessary and also the downtime of assembly and come in elimination, the production of small quantities is economically justifiable. It can be excluded it considered that the storage costs are significantly reduced as a production "just-in-time" is rationally possible.

According to another feature of the inventive method it is proposed that the verlau¬ fenden in the direction of the folding zone material abrasions, incisions od. Like. Diskontinuier¬ Lich be made across the width of the sheet. This measure advantageously a solution of the incisions Anpas¬ materiales can od. Like. To the properties of flat can be obtained. For example, when using a thin sheet material, the abrasions or cuts discontinuously made can help to maintain the strength deε object in spite of the incisions. In a further embodiment of the inventive method it is proposed that at least two substantially parallel zuein¬ other and in direction of the folding zone located erstrekkende material abrasions, cuts or the like. be performed. This ensures that the folding of the sheet material can be made without occur disadvantageously on the outer surface tensions. The substantially zueinan¬ the parallel alignment of the removal of material or input sections ensures that the desired geometric Ge Stalt the resulting by the convolution object can be surely formed.

In particular, in the use of sheet material of greater thickness is in a further embodiment of the inventive

Procedure suggested that at least three mutually parallel wesent¬ union and in the direction of the folding zone er¬ or the like stretching material abrasions, incisions., Preferred wise to each other are made in a symmetrical position. Especially for thicker sheets GroES sere tensions on the outer surface which müs¬ be avoided sen to not influence adversely beein¬ the quality of the product produced during folding. gen the implementation of at least three Materialabtragun¬, od incisions. like. reduced even with thick and, where appropriate rigid material, the occurrence of too high Spannun¬ gene advantageously essential.

When a product obtained from folded sheet material after the erfindungsge¬ MAESSEN method object of the invention is proposed to direct a soft characterized in that the wall in the region of at least one folding zone of the flat material at the at least two Innen¬ provided in the direction of the folding zone by Mate¬ incisions formed rialabtragung are. This An¬ order of grooves, cuts od. The like enables processing the wrong without quälitätsmindernde voltages occur at the folded edges which cause., Dasε the outer surface of the article is impaired. These incisions εind vorzugεweise arranged substantially parallel to each other.

If eε is required for reasons of weight, make the subject matter of very thin sheet material, so it is proposed in a further embodiment of the invention that each be¬ neighboring grooves or incisions have alternately interrupts. This inventive design permits on the one hand, the folding of the flat material without impairing the outer surface, but which, in spite of the small thickness of the sheet material, the stability of the article is retained.

Finally, different widths and / or depths, it is proposed according to a further feature of the invention that the removal of material, od incisions. Like. Have. By this dimensioning a Anpas¬ is made solution of the material properties of the sheet material or to the geometrical shape deε article to constructively the desired form stability and quality before al¬ lem the outer surface of Gege prior ensure in an advantageous manner.

By laser radiation conducted material abrasions or cuts can be easily carried as inevitable results. It was found that for the production of packaging material such as folding cartons, distances of Ein¬ sections of max. 2 mm well meet the requirements in general. A reduction in the distances is possible while being limited only by the cross section of the Laserstrah- is given lung. Here, minimum distances of adjacent incisions of 0.1 mm can be achieved.

Further details of the invention are evident from the following description according to the invention exemplary embodiments. Show it:

Fig. 1 is a diagram for explaining deε erfindungsgemäεsen method, and Fig. 2 shows a first embodiment in a teilweiεen

Perspective view of an inventively hergestell¬ th carton on a larger scale at which the

Fig. 3 shows a variant embodiment illustrated.

Referring to FIG. 1, a laser 1 medium power, such as a C0 2 - laser, with the Lasercavitat 2, fully reflective mirror 3 and teilreflektierendem mirror 4 is provided. The decoupled via the mirror 4 laser beam is at least one tilting mirror 5 as a deflecting member. The tilting mirror 5 is pivotable about an axis 6 by means of a drive. 7 Such a drive-can be formed for example by a galvanometer or a elektromeschanischen an¬ the actuator. Alterna¬ tive example, bending vibrator or Optikele¬ are elements with controllable distraction, * a polygonal rotating prism can be used.

In order to deflect the laser beam in two directions, in general, the series connection of two mirrors or similar equipment is provided which 5 are pivotally entspre¬ the mirror surfaces, but about a vertical axis to the axis 6. Also articulating Ablenkorganε can be seen vor¬. However, such a biaxial storage is not required for each manufacturing operation.

Also at the mirror 5 together with the drive 7 could be omitted or simplified in apparatus structure when always straight cuts or removal of material must be made in der¬ always the same direction. Will generally be but ge rade in packaging and label a Diversifizie¬ tion of the lesion patterns provide, just as Faltkan- th not necessarily always in the same direction verlau¬ fen. In this case, it is advantageous if the drive 7 is controlled by a least one corresponding pattern program containing computer. 8 This computer 8 can be used where appropriate, on an adjacent Fertigungε- εtation the printing of a decorative layer 11 of a Flachmate- rials 9 to control.

With this equipment can now the sheet material 9, beispiels¬ example of cardboard, plastic film, etc., are conveyed in a manner not shown along a path, whereby it comes to lie under the deflected from the mirror 5 the laser beam and to an inner layer 10 in the explained later, at least two, preferably obtained in mutually parallel directions verlau¬ Fende incisions or ablations of material. The other hand, after folding or after forming an edge of the sheet 9 outer decorative layer 11 remains unharmed.

Fig. 2 shows a first embodiment of an edge erfindungs¬ according formed on the flat material 9. If the Kantenein¬ cut on the side of the decorative layer 11 is executed, so the appearance would suffer. By contrast, if a single input section 12 on the inner side 10 is performed, as shown in dashed lines in Fig. 2, so a would result in an angle of 90 ° forming, also indicated by broken lines edge. This 90 ° bend but too high tensile stresses occur at the side of the decorative layer 11, so that the material tends to sεen submission and is thus destroyed.

Thus, the inventive solution provides at least two Ein¬ sections 13, 13 'limited depth before, whereby a smooth transition in the folding zone 9' of the flat material 9 results, ie the angle between the two main surfaces with the sections 14 and 16 is indeed continue 90 °, but a narrow intermediate piece 15, which respectively einschlieεst with the adjacent portions 14 and 16, only an angle of 45 ° and forms the desired smooth transition is formed. It will thus be 9 gebil¬ det in the folding zone 9 ', a chamfer on the edge of the sheet. Thus, the voltages on the side of the decorative layer 11, ie on the outside, as far reduced dasε a single tear from occurring deε material. As FIG. 2, the cuts 13, 13 'in the Falt¬ zone 9' are rounded at its end inside the Flachmaterialε as conditions for Laserstrahlungεeinschnitte or Lasermaterialabtra- typiεch and can therefore be seen on the finished Gegenεtand. These cuts represent grooves. It can be seen dasε the nature of the laser cut with the rounded Inne¬ ren folding about the respective inner recess 13 or 13 'favor, although the chamfer could be achieved in theory by eineε conventional punching tool. To this extent, the arrangement of at least two notches 13 and 13 'on inner surface - regardless of the use of a laser - an independent inventive concept represent.

Fig. 3 illustrates an embodiment, as it applies particularly with thicker flat material 9. Here, in the folding zone 9 1 except the two ches on both sides of Kantentberei¬ located incisions 13,13 'also have a medium Ein¬ cut 13 "is provided. As can be seen, this results in an outer rounding of the edge in the folding zone 9' and thus an even smoother transition from the surface section 14 to cut Flächenab¬ 16th

Although εind also possible in the Ausführungεform of FIG. 3 through Einεchnitte as shown in FIG.2, FIG. 3 that also cuts with interruptions 17 may be made in the invention, although this is not conducive iεt er¬ in general. In this case, however, the gene Unterbrechun¬ 17 and the associated recesses 13 could biε 13 "or Mate rialabtragungen each other such verεetzt εein, daεs Although the general directions of the Einεchnitte 13 and 13 'are parallel to each other, the cuts 13 and 13" but εind εo against each other verεetzt, daεε can not be geεprochen of parallelism in the strict sense. a continuous or to-parallel to one another guide the cuts 13 biε 13 "iεt ever nevertheless, in most cases preferred. The embodiment shown in Fig. 3 with three incisions 13 to 13 'is somewhat more complex than the embodiment of FIG. 2. It will, however, this embodiment there is advantageously the applicational where required by the nature of the flat material 9. Depending on the nature of the flat material 9 may also be a grösεere number of sipes or ablations of material prove three alε practical, so that the invention is not limited to the number of cuts or removal of material, but not to their shaping.

it is advantageous, especially for economic reasons, seek to get along with as few incisions or removals of material as possible.

Claims

CLAIMS:
1. A process for the production of articles by folding of flat material that is previously cut into the folding zone over a be¬ bordered depth, characterized dasε, before bending the flat material (9) in the region of at least one folding zone (9 ') on the inside made of the product to Ge gens tandes in the direction of the folding zone (9 ') extending, from one another spaced cuts (13, 13, 13 ") contactlessly by laser radiation thermally in the flat material (9) wer¬ to, after the folding of the flat material over the entire folding zone (9 1) is performed.
2. The method according to claim 1, characterized in that in the direction of the folding zone (9 1) extending incisions (13, 13 ', 13 ") are made discontinuous over the width of the flat material (9).
3. The method according to claim 1 or 2, characterized gekennzeich¬ net, daεε at least two substantially parallel to each other and in the direction of the folding zone (9 ') extending incisions (13, 13') are carried out.
4. The method according to any one of the preceding claims, da¬ by in that at least three substantially parallel zu¬ each other and in the direction of the folding zone (9 1) to er¬ stretching incisions (13, 13 ', 13 "), preferably in sym ¬ tric position to each other, are made.
5. Subject of folded sheet material with a an incision having a folding zone folding, herge¬ prepared according to the process according to one of the preceding An¬ claims, characterized in that the area of ​​at least one folding zone (9 ') of the flat material (9) at its Innenwan¬ extension (10) at least two incisions be formed in the direction of the folding zone by removal of material (13, 13 ', 13') has auf¬.
6. An article according to claim 5, characterized in that said cuts are parallel to each other substantially.
7. The article of claim 5 or 6, characterized gekennzeich¬ net, dasε adjacent incisions (13, 13 ', 13 ") partly have interruptions ab¬.
8. An article according to any one of claims 5 biε 7, characterized in that the incisions (13, 13 ', 13 ") have unter¬ schiedliche widths and / or depths.
9. An article according to any one of claims 5 to 8, characterized in that the incisions dasε a distance from one another of at most 2 mm.
10. An article according to any one of claims 5 to 9, characterized in that the incisions have a distance from each other of a minimum of 0.1 mm.
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