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WO2010121543A1
WO2010121543A1 PCT/CN2010/071946 CN2010071946W WO2010121543A1 WO 2010121543 A1 WO2010121543 A1 WO 2010121543A1 CN 2010071946 W CN2010071946 W CN 2010071946W WO 2010121543 A1 WO2010121543 A1 WO 2010121543A1
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孙继华
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Sun Jihua
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C17/00Roller skates; Skate-boards
    • A63C17/04Roller skates; Skate-boards with wheels arranged otherwise than in two pairs
    • A63C17/06Roller skates; Skate-boards with wheels arranged otherwise than in two pairs single-track type
    • A63C17/08Roller skates; Skate-boards with wheels arranged otherwise than in two pairs single-track type single-wheel type with single axis
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C17/00Roller skates; Skate-boards
    • A63C17/0066Roller skates; Skate-boards with inclined wheel, i.e. not perpendicular to the surface it rolls on

Abstract

A skate includes an inclined wheel (1) and a support (2). A footplate (3) is equipped on the support. A central shaft (8) is provided on the center of inner side of the inclined wheel. The inclined wheel is connected with the support via the central shaft, and it can rotate about the axis of the shaft. The inclined wheel is inclined towards outer side. The support of the skate is mounted in the inner side of the inclined wheel and the wheel is inclined towards outer side. The structure of the skate can elimiate the limit that the height of the skate can not be increased because of the limit of torque effected on the feet. Therefore, the diameter of the inclined wheel can be much larger than the prior skate, and thus the skate has the stronger capacity of passing by the vertical wall.

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 Slider Technical field

This invention relates to rolling walkers and, more particularly, to a glider.

Background technique

Most of the existing gliders are in the form of a plurality of roller arrangements, for example, a double-row four-wheel type for increasing the lateral stability of the glider, and a single-row multi-wheel type for increasing the longitudinal smooth transition capability. To increase the ability of the runner to pass through the vertical wall, it is necessary to increase the diameter of the pulley, but the existing pulley of the glider is usually installed under the pedal, increasing the diameter of the pulley will increase the height of the pedal, and the increase in the height of the pedal will increase. The torque of the glider on the human foot increases the risk of a sprain in the foot. In addition, when the vertical wall is crossed, the front and rear wheels of the glider sequentially climb over the obstacle of the same height, and the rear wheel of the glider receives the second impact force from the obstacle and the first impact force received by the front wheel. The glider passes The impact force on the vertical wall is relatively large.

Summary of the invention

The technical problem to be solved by the present invention is to provide a glider having a strong vertical wall capability, which is capable of increasing the diameter of the above-mentioned pulley and the ability of the vertical wall to be poor.

The technical solution adopted by the present invention to solve the technical problem is: constructing a glider comprising a slanting wheel and a bracket, wherein the bracket is provided with a pedal, and a center shaft is disposed at an inner center of the inclined wheel, the bracket and the bracket The inclined wheel is connected by a central shaft, and the inclined wheel is rotatable about an axis of the central axis, and the inclined wheel is inclined outward.

In the glider according to the present invention, the inner side of the inclined wheel is recessed toward the outer side to form a concave surface.

In the glider according to the present invention, the lower end of the bracket is provided with a bracket beam, and the pedal is disposed on the bracket beam, and the concave surface surrounds the bracket beam in a semi-circular shape.

In the glider according to the present invention, the slanting wheel further includes a sub-slant wheel, and the sub-slant wheel bracket is disposed on the bracket, the diameter of the sub-slant wheel is smaller than the diameter of the inclined wheel, and the sub-slant wheel is inclined to the inclined wheel. Tilt in the opposite direction.

In the glider according to the present invention, a transition wheel disposed between the sub-slant wheel and the inclined wheel is further included, and the transition wheel is disposed on the sub-slant wheel bracket.

In the glider of the present invention, the transition wheel is slightly off the ground.

In the glider of the present invention, the inclined wheel includes a rim, a spoke, and a skin fixed to the spoke.

In the glider according to the present invention, the rim of the swash wheel is provided with a damper tire.

In the glider according to the present invention, the upper end of the bracket has a crosspiece, and the crosspiece extends in a tangential direction of the upper edge of the rim.

In the glider according to the present invention, the inclined wheels are two, and the two inclined wheels are arranged in the rolling direction of the inclined wheel, and the pedal is disposed at the top of the bracket.

In the glider of the present invention, a transition wheel disposed between the two inclined wheels is further included.

The glider embodying the present invention has the following advantageous effects: in the glider of the present invention, the bracket is mounted on the inner side of the inclined wheel, and the inclined wheel is inclined outward. The glider of this structure can eliminate the glider due to the human foot. The torque limit is not limited by the increase, so that the diameter of the inclined wheel is much larger than the diameter of the existing pulley of the glider, so that the glider has a strong ability to cross the vertical wall.

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The present invention will be further described below in conjunction with the accompanying drawings and embodiments, in which:

Figure 1 is a front elevational view of a first embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 2 is a perspective view of a first embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 3 is a cross-sectional view showing a first embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 4 is an exploded perspective view showing the first embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 5 is a front elevational view of a second embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 6 is a left side elevational view of the second embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 7 is a front elevational view of a third embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 8 is a left side elevational view of a third embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 9 is a perspective view of a fourth embodiment of the glider of the present invention;

Figure 10 is a right side elevational view of a fourth embodiment of the glider of the present invention.

The following is a description of the main reference numerals in the drawings of the present specification:

1—slant wheel 2—bracket 3—pedal 4—rim

5—tire 6—sub-inclined wheel 7—transition wheel 8—central axis

9—Slant wheel bearing 10—bearing block 11—bearing washer 12—bracket beam

13-skin 14-spoke 15-slant wheel bracket

Detailed ways

As shown in FIG. 1, FIG. 2, FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, the first embodiment of the present invention is a single-wheel glider comprising a slant wheel 1, a bracket 2, and a pedal 3. The center of the slant wheel 1 is provided with a center. The shaft 8 and the bracket 2 are mounted on the central shaft 8 via the inclined wheel bearing 9, the bearing washer 11, and the bearing retainer 10. The inclined wheel 1 is rotatable about the central axis 8, and the inclined wheel 1 is inclined to the outside, that is, away from the side of the slider user. At a certain angle, the pedal 3 is mounted on the bracket 2. The inner side of the inclined wheel 1 is a concave curved surface, and the lower end of the bracket 2 is provided with a bracket beam 12 for mounting the pedal 3, and a concave curved surface inside the inclined wheel surrounds the bracket beam 12 in a semi-circular shape. The contact point of the inclined wheel 1 with the ground is located on the center of gravity of the glider. The inclined wheel comprises a rim 4, a spoke 14, and a skin 13 fixed to the spoke 14. The spoke 14 has a certain lateral thickness for coping with the oblique wheel in the lateral direction; the skin 13 is fixed to the spoke 14 and The spokes 14 are integrally formed to prevent deformation of the spokes 14 and have a certain pulling effect on the spokes 14 when the spokes 14 are stressed. This structure not only ensures the strength of the inclined wheels but also reduces the weight of the inclined wheels. In order to reduce the vibration and impact force when the runner is skating, a vibration-damping tire 5 may be provided on the periphery of the rim 4 to increase the comfort of the glider. In the present embodiment, the inner side of the inclined wheel 1 is provided with the bracket 2 and the pedal 3, and the diameter of the inclined wheel 1 can be greatly increased to increase the ability of the glider to pass through the vertical wall without increasing the center of gravity. It breaks through the limitation that the existing glider can not increase the diameter of the pulley due to the torque limitation on the human foot; the single-wheel structure completely eliminates the second impact of the obstacle on the rear wheel when the obstacle such as the vertical wall is completely eliminated; The inside of the inclined wheel 1 has a concave curved surface, and the space mounting bracket 2 and the pedal 3 formed by the curved surface can be used to reduce the spatial interference between the bracket 2 and the inclined wheel 1 to minimize the inclination angle of the inclined wheel 1. The degree increases the ability of the glider to pass and the ability to smoothly overcome obstacles.

In the present embodiment, the upper end of the bracket 2 further has a crosspiece which extends in the tangential direction of the upper edge of the inclined wheel 1.

As shown in FIG. 5 and FIG. 6, the second embodiment of the present invention is a sub-master glider with a sub-slant wheel 6, which includes a slant wheel 1, a bracket 2 and a pedal 3, the structure of which is the same as the present invention. The structure of the first embodiment is substantially the same, except that a sub-slant wheel bracket 15 is added to the bracket 2 for mounting the sub-slant wheel 6, the diameter of the sub-slant wheel 6 is smaller than the diameter of the inclined wheel 1, and the sub-slant wheel 6 is opposite to the inclined direction of the inclined wheel 1, that is, the sub-slant wheel 6 is inclined in the opposite direction to the oblique direction of the inclined wheel 1. The sub-slant wheel 6 and the inclined wheel 1 are arranged along the rolling direction thereof, and the center of gravity of the glider passes over the line connecting the inclined wheel 1 and the sub-slant wheel 6 to the ground contact point. In the present embodiment, the sub-slant wheel bracket 15 may be a unitary structure with the bracket 2, or may be a separate component fixed to the bracket 2. In the present embodiment, a transition wheel 7 is disposed between the sub-slant wheel 6 and the inclined wheel 1. The transition wheel 7 is disposed on the sub-slant wheel bracket 15, and the sub-slant wheel 6, the transition wheel 7, and the inclined wheel 1 are generally The upper side is arranged along the direction of the inclined wheel. The transition wheel 7 may not participate in the sliding force when the glider slides, so the transition wheel 7 may be slightly away from the ground for a distance. Viewed from the side, referring to Fig. 6, the sub-inclined wheel 6 and the wheel arch of the inclined wheel 1 project in an overlapping intersection in this direction. In conjunction with the front view of this embodiment, referring to Fig. 5, the sub-slant wheel 6 and the inclined wheel can be seen. 1 does not interfere with each other, the presence of the transition wheel 7 reduces the intersection of the wheel arch projections of the inclined wheel 1 and the inclined wheel 6, so that the transition wheel 7 does not have to be from the obstacle when the glider is turned over the obstacle at the intersection of the wheel and the arc The lowest point of the higher obstacle begins to climb, so the impact force of the obstacle on the sub-slant wheel 6 and the transition wheel 7 can be greatly reduced. The glider of this structure is significantly improved by the ability of the vertical wall, and the secondary impact of the obstacle on the sub-slant wheel 6 and the transition wheel 7 is also relatively small, which improves the obstacle-blocking ability of the glider and the stability of the obstacle.

As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the third embodiment of the glider of the present invention is a two-wheel glider comprising two inclined wheels 1, and a bracket 2 and a pedal 3, the pedal 3 being disposed at the top of the bracket 2, two The inclined wheels are obliquely connected to the outer side of the bracket 2, and the two inclined wheels 1 are arranged along a straight line, and the inclined directions are kept uniform. In the present embodiment, a transition wheel 7 is further disposed between the two inclined wheels 1, and the transition wheel 7 is also rotatably connected with the bracket 2, and the diameter of the transition wheel 7 is preferably not interfered with the front and rear inclined wheels 1. The presence of the transition wheel 7 reduces the vertical height of the intersection of the three wheels of the glider (the transition wheel 7 and the two inclined wheels 1), so that the glider transitions when the obstacle at the intersection of the intersection of the wheel and the arc is turned over. The wheel 7 does not have to be climbed from the lowest point of the higher obstacle, so the impact force of the obstacle on the rear inclined wheel 6 and the transition wheel 7 can be greatly reduced, which improves the obstacle avoidance ability and the stability of the obstacle. .

9 and 10 show a fourth embodiment of the glider of the present invention, which is also a two-wheel glider which differs from the third embodiment of the present invention in that the embodiment has no third embodiment. In the example of the transition wheel 7, the glider comprises two inclined wheels 1, and a bracket 2 and a pedal 3. The inner center position of the inclined wheel 1 is provided with a central shaft 8, the bracket 2 is connected with the central shaft 8, and the inclined wheel 1 includes spokes 14 and skin 13, and the structure is the same as that of the foregoing embodiment.

The inclined wheel structure of the first embodiment of the present invention is also suitable for the structure of the inclined wheel in the other embodiments.

In various embodiments of the present invention, the bracket 2 and the inclined wheel 1 are coupled together by a central shaft 8 fixed to the center of the inclined wheel 1 and the inclined wheel 1 is rotatable about the axis of the central axis 8 In practice, it is also possible to adopt a structure in which the center shaft 8 is fixed to the bracket 2, and the center mounting bearing of the inclined wheel 1 is connected to the center shaft 8.

It can be seen from the above embodiment that the present invention adopts the concave inclined wheel to be fixed on one side of the bracket and the pedal, and can semi-enclose the bracket and the pedal, thereby effectively eliminating the pedal due to the torque force on the human foot. Restrictions can not increase the limit, greatly increasing the diameter of the inclined wheel. The glider of the present invention can construct a glider with a wheel diameter higher than the pedal of different structures by using various structures of tilting inclined wheels, and increase the over-vertical wall capability of the glider without increasing the center of gravity. The use of a single wheel structure completely eliminates the second impact of the obstacle on the rear wheel in the longitudinal direction.

The embodiments of the present invention have been described above with reference to the drawings, but the present invention is not limited to the specific embodiments described above, and the specific embodiments described above are merely illustrative and not restrictive, and those skilled in the art In the light of the present invention, many forms may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the invention as claimed.

Claims (12)

  1. A glider comprising a slanting wheel (1) and a bracket (2), the bracket (2) being provided with a pedal (3), wherein the center of the inner side of the inclined wheel (1) is provided with a central axis ( 8), the bracket (2) and the inclined wheel (1) are connected by a central shaft (8), and the inclined wheel (1) is rotatable about an axis of the central axis (8), the inclined wheel (1) ) Tilt to the outside.
  2. The glider according to claim 1, characterized in that the inner side of the inclined wheel (1) is recessed outwardly to form a concave surface.
  3. The glider according to claim 2, characterized in that the lower end of the bracket (2) is provided with a bracket beam (12), and the pedal (3) is arranged on the bracket beam (12), the concave surface is half surrounded The bracket beam (12) is surrounded.
  4. The glider according to claim 3, further comprising a sub-slant wheel (6), and a sub-slant wheel bracket (15) disposed on the bracket (2), the sub-slant wheel (6) having a diameter smaller than The diameter of the inclined wheel (1) is inclined in the opposite direction to the oblique direction of the inclined wheel (1).
  5. The glider according to claim 4, further comprising a transition wheel (7) disposed between the sub-slant wheel (6) and the inclined wheel (1), the transition wheel being disposed on the sub-slant wheel bracket ( 15) On.
  6. A glider according to claim 5, characterized in that the transition wheel (7) is slightly off the ground.
  7. The glider according to claim 1, characterized in that the inclined wheel (1) comprises a rim (4), a spoke (14), and a skin (13) attached to the spoke (14).
  8. A glider according to claim 2, characterized in that the rim (4) of the inclined wheel (1) is provided with a damping tire (5).
  9. The glider according to claim 1, characterized in that the upper end of the bracket (2) has a crosspiece which extends in a tangential direction of the upper edge of the rim (4).
  10. The glider according to claim 1, characterized in that the inclined wheel (2) is two, two of the inclined wheels (1) are arranged in the rolling direction of the inclined wheel, and the pedal (3) is disposed at the The top of the bracket (2).
  11. The glider according to claim 10, further comprising a transition wheel (7) disposed between the two inclined wheels (1).
  12. The glider according to claim 11, characterized in that the transition wheel (7) is slightly off the ground.
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