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WO2015111138A1
WO2015111138A1 PCT/JP2014/051120 JP2014051120W WO2015111138A1 WO 2015111138 A1 WO2015111138 A1 WO 2015111138A1 JP 2014051120 W JP2014051120 W JP 2014051120W WO 2015111138 A1 WO2015111138 A1 WO 2015111138A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D24/00Hair combs for care of the hair; Accessories therefor
    • A45D24/04Multi-part combs
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A45HAND OR TRAVELLING ARTICLES
    • A45DHAIRDRESSING OR SHAVING EQUIPMENT; MANICURING OR OTHER COSMETIC TREATMENT
    • A45D24/00Hair combs for care of the hair; Accessories therefor
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B7/00Bristle carriers arranged in the brush body
    • A46B7/04Bristle carriers arranged in the brush body interchangeably removable bristle carriers
    • A46B7/042Clip or snap connection for bristle carriers
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46BBRUSHES
    • A46B9/00Arrangements of the bristles in the brush body
    • A46B9/02Position or arrangement of bristles in relation to surface of the brush body, e.g. inclined, in rows, in groups
    • A46B9/023Position or arrangement of bristles in relation to surface of the brush body, e.g. inclined, in rows, in groups arranged like in hair brushes, e.g. hair treatment, dyeing, streaking
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A46BRUSHWARE
    • A46DMANUFACTURE OF BRUSHES
    • A46D1/00Bristles; Selection of materials for bristles
    • A46D1/02Bristles details
    • A46D1/0276Bristles having pointed ends

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[Problem] To make it possible to easily form teased hair that feels uniform. [Solution] The comb (1) comprises teeth in a total of three rows that are obtained from outer comb teeth (7, 8) and inner comb teeth (20). The pitch of the inner comb teeth (20) is smaller than the pitch of the outer comb teeth (7, 8). Each of the comb teeth configuring the inner comb teeth (20) is formed with a shoulder midway in the direction that the comb tooth protrudes. In addition to the heights of the tips of each comb tooth being different, the depths of the bottoms of the teeth also differ among the various comb teeth. The three rows of comb teeth generally facilitate hair being hooked on the individual comb teeth and the shoulders provided on the inner comb teeth (20) also facilitate hooking of the hair, making it possible to increase the feel of resistance when the comb is used. A favorable tension is obtained when forming teased hair and teased hair can be formed easily. Moreover, by varying the respective tip heights and respective tooth depths of the inner comb teeth (20), the feel of resistance is distributed, making it more difficult for pill-like balls to occur in the teased hair formed and the hair can be finished as teased hair that feels uniform.

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The present invention relates to a comb in which a plurality of comb teeth protruding from the comb body are arranged, and the shape of the comb teeth is devised so that reverse hair can be set efficiently.

There are various types of combs (combs), and these combs are used by hairdressers, barbers, etc. for hair styling (set of hair) or hair cutting by customers, in addition to using them for their own hair styling. Used when There are various methods of hair styling using a comb, and one of the hair styling methods is a set of reverse hairs (a method of raising reverse hairs).

FIG. 21 shows an example of how to form reverse hairs (how to make reverse hairs). A certain amount of hair bundle taken out from the bangs is pulled up from the user's head, and the comb is inserted into the hair bundle. (Comb) is moved from the tip side of the hair to the root side (moving in the direction of the arrow in FIG. 19), and the reverse hair comprising the curled hair portion at the root portion (root range) of the hair bundle Form (reverse hairs). With such a rounded hair part (reverse hair), a hair style with a sense of volume is finished. In addition, in FIG. 21, although the example which forms reverse hair in the root location of hair was shown, all the locations of the middle location (intermediate range) or the tip location (tip range) of the hair, or all from the root to the tip It is also possible to form reverse hairs in the range. In addition, in order to finish the hair style based on the formed reverse hair, the hair of the reverse hair surface is obtained by combing the reverse hair surface with a comb having a narrow comb-teeth interval (so-called dense tooth comb). In general, the final setting is performed such that the hair flows in a certain direction, and in this case, the hair around the reverse hair may be trimmed so as to cover the surface of the reverse hair. Such a set of hair with reverse hair is effective for producing a sense of volume on the hair of a person with thin hair, and is a popular set method in Europe and the United States where there are many people with thin hair. ing.

As an example of a conventional comb used for the formation of the reverse hair described above, Patent Document 1 discloses a comb in which the total length of the comb teeth is very short (3 to 7 mm). Moreover, in patent document 2, in addition to a normal comb tooth (1st comb tooth), by forming the 2nd comb tooth which protrudes to the side part of a comb main body to a side, a back comb is used for hair. A comb is disclosed which maintains a sense of volume.

In addition, although it is unrelated to the reverse hair set, as an example of a comb having a shape characteristic, what is disclosed in Patent Documents 3 to 8 is shown, for example, in Patent Document 3, between adjacent comb teeth A comb with the bottom side closed is disclosed, and Patent Document 4 discloses a comb provided with teeth each having a shallow notch. Further, Patent Document 5 discloses a comb in which tall teeth and low teeth are sequentially arranged side by side, and a tooth tip is provided on the upper portion of the low teeth. Further, Patent Document 6 discloses a group of thick teeth and thin teeth. A comb with alternating groups of teeth is disclosed.

Patent Document 7 discloses a shaggy-cut comb in which protrusions (convex portions) are formed by providing portions having different lengths of teeth at a part of a tooth base, and Patent Document 8 discloses a long first A comb is disclosed in which one tooth and a short second tooth are arranged so that the tip of each tooth has an uneven shape (zigzag shape).

Utility Model Registration No. 3139095 Utility Model Registration No. 3107399 JP 9-154625 A Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 50-65695 JP 2001-78826 A Japanese Utility Model Publication No. 7-8911 Utility Model Registration No. 3119191 Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 10-215943

In the comb according to Patent Document 1, since the length of the comb teeth is extremely short, the amount of hair that fits between the comb teeth is reduced, and the amount of reverse hair that is formed accordingly is limited. It is necessary to repeat the procedure for forming reverse hair many times, and it takes time and effort. In addition, some hairs are curly and partially rounded to form reverse hair with a sense of volume as a whole. There is a problem that it is difficult. Furthermore, in order to form reverse hair with the comb according to Patent Document 1, the hair is pressed against the bottom of the tooth. However, with the comb according to Patent Document 1, the depth of the bottom of the tooth is constant. There is also a problem that it is difficult to obtain tension suitable for setting reverse hair (tension obtained by pressing the comb against the hair) unless the hair uniformly hits the bottom of the tooth and presses the comb strongly against the hair.

For the comb according to Patent Document 2, it is necessary to use both the first comb teeth and the second comb teeth in order to increase the sustainability of the volume feeling by the back comb when setting the reverse hair. Since the usage is greatly different from the case of using a normal comb, there is a problem that a special technique is required for the usage of each comb tooth (first comb tooth and second comb tooth).

Also, in general, in order to make reverse hair stand up efficiently with a set of reverse hair, when combing the hair from the tip of the hair to the root side with a comb, the hair is caught against the comb (the degree to which the hair is pulled, the tension applied to the hair, the comb and It is important that the degree of resistance (corresponding to the resistance of hair) is appropriately increased within a range that does not damage the hair (does not damage the hair surface). Even if each of the combs according to Patent Documents 3 to 8 described above is diverted to a set of reverse hairs, an appropriate hook cannot be obtained for the required amount of hair necessary for the set of reverse hairs, or too much is caught. Problems such as damaging hair occur.

For example, in the comb according to Patent Document 3, the gap between the comb teeth is larger than that of a normal comb in order to separate hair bundles for dyeing. Since the resistance is reduced and the hair between the comb teeth is not easily caught, an appropriate tension cannot be obtained, and the hair is directly caught on the bottom of the teeth between the comb teeth, so that the hair is easily damaged at the edge of the bottom of the teeth. Further, in the comb according to Patent Document 4, since the hair easily falls out of the shallow incision in the tooth having the shallow incision, a sufficient amount of hair cannot be set on the reverse hair with the shallow incision, and the shallow incision and the normal tooth bottom have a deep depth. Since the difference in thickness is too large, it is difficult to set reverse hairs that are evenly spaced. The problem with such a comb according to Patent Document 4 is that the comb according to Patent Document 5 is also configured so that the difference in depth between the tooth bottom on the wide tip side and the tooth bottom on the comb body is too large. It happens in the same way. Therefore, however, since the hair is easily pulled out from the tooth tip provided on the upper part of the lower tooth, the reverse hair cannot be set efficiently.

The comb according to Patent Document 6 is a traditional Japanese twilight comb (comb made from a boxwood tree), which is not considered to be used for a set of reverse hairs, and is thick even if used forcibly. In the group of teeth, the distance between the thick teeth is large, so that the hair is hard to be caught and the reverse hair cannot be set well, and the hair is easily damaged because the edge of each part is sharp. In the comb according to Patent Document 7, one large protrusion on the root side of the tooth is in the way, making it difficult for the inverted hairs to stand. Furthermore, in the comb according to Patent Document 8, the long first tooth and the short first tooth have the same root depth between the teeth except for the central portion in the longitudinal direction. There is a problem that the tension of the hair to be caught is also uniform, and it is difficult to form reverse hair with a uniform feeling. Note that some of the synthetic resin combs with poor quality have burrs protruding on the outer periphery of the comb teeth. Using such combs with protruding burrs makes it easier for the hair to get caught and raise reverse hair. Although it is known in practice that it is easy, since the burr has a thin and sharp outer periphery, there is a problem that such a burr damages the hair more than necessary.

The present invention has been made in view of such circumstances, and by providing a step portion in the middle of the protruding direction of the comb teeth, it is possible to newly generate a portion of the hair to be caught during reverse hair setting, and to make the hair as much as possible. An object of the present invention is to provide a comb that can easily obtain an appropriate tension necessary for a reverse hair set without being damaged.
Further, according to the present invention, the outer periphery of the comb teeth itself becomes the resistance of the hair by tapering the portion in the range from the tip side of the comb teeth to the stepped portion or the portion from the stepped portion to the root side. An object of the present invention is to provide a comb that has an easy shape and that can easily obtain an appropriate tension necessary for a reverse hair set.
Furthermore, the present invention makes it easy to form reverse hairs with an even volume feeling by distributing the degree of catch of each hair by making the tip height of each comb tooth or the depth of each tooth base different. The purpose is to provide a comb.
Furthermore, an object of the present invention is to provide a comb in which the number of places where the hair is caught is increased by a plurality of rows of comb teeth by additionally arranging comb teeth that do not have a stepped portion.
An object of the present invention is to provide a comb that can easily obtain a stronger tension than conventional ones by devising the shape of the root so as not to damage the hair as much as possible.

In order to solve the above problems, a comb according to the present invention is a comb in which a plurality of comb teeth protruding from a comb body having a longitudinal direction is arranged, and the comb teeth are stepped portions in the middle of the protruding direction. The first range portion from the tip side to the step portion of the comb teeth is orthogonal to the protruding direction of the comb teeth compared to the second range portion from the step portions to the root side The size of the direction is made small.
The comb according to the present invention is characterized in that the stepped portion is formed so as to be exposed between adjacent comb teeth.
Furthermore, the comb according to the present invention is formed such that the stepped portion is exposed to the outer periphery of the comb tooth when the comb tooth is seen from a direction corresponding to the width direction of the comb body. It is characterized by that.
Furthermore, the comb according to the present invention is characterized in that the stepped portion is formed obliquely with respect to the projecting direction so as to spread toward the root side of the comb tooth.

The comb according to the present invention is characterized in that the first range portion is formed in a tapered shape so as to spread from the tip side to the stepped portion.
The comb according to the present invention is characterized in that the second range portion is formed in a tapered shape so as to spread from the stepped portion to the root side.
Furthermore, the comb according to the present invention is characterized in that, among the plurality of comb teeth, the tip heights of three or more adjacent comb teeth are made different from each other.
Furthermore, the comb according to the present invention is characterized in that, among the plurality of comb teeth, the bottom depths of three or more roots between adjacent comb teeth are different from each other. And

In the comb according to the present invention, a plurality of comb teeth having no stepped portion are arranged in parallel to the arrangement of the plurality of comb teeth having the stepped portion, and the stepped portion is formed. The interval between the comb teeth that are not present is wider than the interval between the comb teeth where the step portions are formed.
Further, the comb according to the present invention includes a plurality of comb teeth that are parallel to the array of the plurality of comb teeth on which the step portions are formed and that are not formed with the step portions on both sides of the array. Yes, the interval between the comb teeth where the step portion is not formed is wider than the interval between the comb teeth where the step portion is formed, and a plurality of comb teeth where the step portion is formed One of them is characterized in that both sides are sandwiched between any of a plurality of comb teeth in which the step portion is not formed.

The comb according to the present invention is characterized in that a comb tooth in which the step portion is not formed is longer than a comb tooth in which the step portion is formed.
Further, the comb according to the present invention is characterized in that the comb teeth on which the stepped portion is formed are longer than the comb teeth on which the stepped portion is not formed.
Furthermore, in the comb according to the present invention, a part of the plurality of comb teeth in which the step portion is formed is longer than a comb tooth in which the step portion is not formed. The other part of the plurality of formed comb teeth is shorter than a comb tooth in which the step portion is not formed.
Furthermore, the comb according to the present invention is characterized in that a tooth bottom associated with a comb tooth on which the step portion is formed is formed so as to be convex at a central portion in the width direction of the comb body.

In the present invention, the step portion is formed in the comb tooth, and the first range portion from the tip side to the step portion of the comb tooth is compared with the second range portion extending from the step portion to the root side. Since the dimension in the direction perpendicular to the projecting direction of the step is reduced, the stepped portion appears on the outer periphery of the comb tooth on the way from the tip of the comb tooth to the root. For this reason, when setting reverse hair, the stepped portion becomes a hooked portion with respect to the hair combed by the comb, and the required resistance can be obtained at this stepped portion, and the tension applied to the hair as a whole compared to the conventional comb. Makes it easier to make reverse hair.

In the present invention, since the stepped portion appears between adjacent comb teeth, the distance between the comb teeth changes stepwise depending on the presence of the exposed stepped portion. When the hair enters between the comb teeth, the resistance to the hair also changes, thereby increasing the degree of catching of the hair and making it easier to obtain the required tension.
Further, in the present invention, when the comb teeth are seen from the direction corresponding to the width direction of the comb body, the step portion is formed so as to be exposed on the outer periphery of the comb teeth. At this time, since the hair flowing along the outer periphery of the comb teeth in the width direction of the comb body comes into contact with the stepped portion, the resistance against the hair when combing is increased, and the required tension is easily obtained.

In the present invention, since the stepped portion is formed obliquely with respect to the projecting direction, the situation where the hair is strongly hooked on the stepped portion and damages the hair or cuts the hair. In addition, if a tension of a certain level or more is applied, the hair can be guided so as to fall off the obliquely formed stepped portion toward the tooth bottom, and reverse hair can be formed while the hair is being worn.
In the present invention, the first range portion from the tip end side of the comb tooth to the stepped portion or the second range portion from the stepped portion to the root side is formed in a tapered shape, so that it is compared with a straight comb tooth. Thus, the resistance against the hair becomes strong even on the outer periphery of the comb tooth itself that the hair touches, and it becomes easy to obtain an appropriate tension necessary for the reverse hair set.

In the present invention, since the tip heights of three or more adjacent comb teeth that are adjacent to each other are made different, when the comb is inserted from the tooth tip into the hair when setting the reverse hair, the hair touches the tooth tip. Differences occur in the timing, and as the tooth tip becomes concave compared to the other, the tooth tip is concave compared to the other, because the comb teeth are delayed in touching the hair. The hair part at the part is relatively less resistant. As a result, the resistance to the hair at each tooth tip is dispersed, and when setting up the reverse hair, some of the hair is less likely to be pilled, forming reverse hair that is evenly scattered without dense hair. It becomes easy. In the present invention, the difference in tip height is limited to three or more adjacent comb teeth that are adjacent to each other. This is because there is not enough.

In the present invention, since the bottoms of three or more places between adjacent comb teeth are set to different bottom depths, when setting the reverse hair, a difference occurs in the time when the hair touches the bottom, The degree to which the hair is caught on the bottom of the hair is different for each bottom. In other words, the hair portion that is hooked on the convex bottom portion of the tooth is caught more strongly because it protrudes. As a result, there is a difference between strength and weakness in the extent to which the hair comb is caught on the bottom of the comb, and tension suitable for reverse hair setting is obtained centering on the hair portion where the hair is strongly caught. become able to. In addition, since the bottom of the tooth has three or more different bottom depths, hair caught on the bottom of the intermediate bottom depth can obtain an intermediate degree of tension, The difference in strength of the degree of catching at the most concave tooth bottom portion is alleviated, and the occurrence of tangling of the hair due to the difference in strength of the degree of catching is suppressed, so that the comb can be moved smoothly when reverse hair is set.

In the present invention, since the plurality of comb teeth not formed with the stepped portion are arranged in parallel with the arrangement of the plurality of comb teeth formed with the stepped portion, the row of the comb teeth formed with the stepped portion. And the comb teeth in which the step portion is not formed, the hair can enter and increase the resistance to the hair, and the interval between the comb teeth in each row is different, so the degree of catching Can be dispersed.

In the present invention, since the plurality of comb teeth not formed with the stepped portions are arranged on both sides of the plurality of comb tooth rows formed with the stepped portions, the row of comb teeth formed with the stepped portions. Since the hair also enters between the rows of comb teeth in which the step portion is not formed, the resistance to the hair can be further increased, and the intervals between the comb teeth in each row are made different. The degree can be dispersed.

In the present invention, since the comb teeth without the stepped portion are formed longer than the comb teeth with the stepped portion, the tip of the comb tooth without the stepped portion is the stepped portion. Is positioned higher than the tip of the comb teeth. Therefore, since the comb teeth without the stepped portion have a wide interval between the comb teeth, the tip portion of the comb tooth not formed with the stepped portion is used for the formation of hair divisions, rough hairdressing, etc. It can be used as a suitable rough tooth and spreads the usability of the comb.

In the present invention, since the comb teeth formed with the stepped portion are formed longer than the comb teeth not formed with the stepped portion, the stepped portion is formed at the tip of the comb tooth formed with the stepped portion. It comes to be positioned higher than the tip of the comb teeth that are not. For this reason, the comb teeth formed with the stepped portion have a narrow interval between the comb teeth, so that the tip of the comb tooth formed with the stepped portion is used as a so-called dense tooth, and the surface of the formed inverted hair is bagged. The comb used for reverse hair formation can be used as it is for staking the reverse hair surface as it is, and a series of steps from reverse hair formation to reverse hair surface styling can be done smoothly with one comb. It is possible to proceed.

In the present invention, a part of the plurality of comb teeth in which the step portion is formed is made longer than the comb teeth in which the step portion is not formed, and the plurality of the comb teeth in which the step portion is formed. Since the other part in the comb teeth is shorter than the comb teeth in which the stepped portion is not formed, a range that can be used as a so-called dense tooth and a range that can be used as a so-called coarse tooth are provided. Become. As a result, with a single comb, it becomes possible to cope with applications suitable for dense teeth and applications suitable for rough teeth, and a series of procedures relating to reverse hair formation and hair styling can be performed more smoothly.

In the present invention, since the bottom of the comb tooth formed with the stepped portion is formed so as to be convex at the central portion in the width direction of the comb body, the hair caught on the bottom of the tooth is the center of the convex It will be in contact with the root in line contact or point contact at the location, the contact pressure of the hair to the root increases, and the degree of catch on the root increases further, making it easier to form reverse hair and It is also possible to reduce damage to the hair due to the edges of the hair.

In the present invention, since the step portion is formed so as to be exposed to the outer periphery of the comb teeth, it is possible to obtain the required resistance by hooking the hair combed by the comb at the step portion when setting the reverse hair. As a whole comb, the tension applied to the hair can be increased as compared with the conventional comb, and the reverse hair set can be performed satisfactorily.
In the present invention, since the step portion is formed obliquely with respect to the projecting direction, hair can be prevented from being strongly caught by the step portion and the hair can be prevented from being damaged, and a certain level of tension can be applied. For example, it is possible to form reverse hairs while slipping off the stepped portion formed obliquely and guiding it toward the root of the tooth while taking care of the hair.

In the present invention, since the first range portion from the tip side of the comb tooth to the step portion or the second range portion from the step portion to the root side is formed in a tapered shape, compared to the straight comb teeth, Resistance to the hair can be increased even on the outer periphery of the comb tooth itself touched by the hair, and an appropriate tension required for the reverse hair set can be obtained.
In the present invention, since the tip height of each comb tooth is made different, the resistance against the hair at each tooth tip can be dispersed, and part of the hair is prevented from becoming pilled during reverse hair setting. Can form reverse hairs that are evenly scattered without dense hair.
In the present invention, since each tooth bottom has a different bottom depth, when setting up the reverse hair, the degree of hooking on the bottom of the hair can be different for each bottom of the hair. Reverse hairs can be set evenly by generating the necessary moderate tension.

In the present invention, since the plurality of comb teeth not formed with the stepped portion are arranged in parallel with the row of the plurality of comb teeth formed with the stepped portion, the resistance to the hair can be increased. Since the intervals between the comb teeth in each row are made different, it is possible to disperse the degree of catch and facilitate reverse hair setting.

In the present invention, since the comb teeth having no stepped portion are formed longer than the comb teeth having the stepped portion, the tip portion of the comb tooth having no stepped portion is rough teeth. Can be used and can spread the usability of combs.
In the present invention, since the comb teeth formed with the stepped portion are formed longer than the comb teeth not formed with the stepped portion, the tip portion of the comb tooth formed with the stepped portion is densified. Can be used and spread the usability of combs.
In the present invention, a part of the plurality of comb teeth in which the step portion is formed is made longer than the comb teeth in which the step portion is not formed, and the plurality of the comb teeth in which the step portion is formed. Since the other part of the comb teeth is shortened compared to the comb tooth where the stepped part is not formed, a part of the range can be used densely and the other part can be used roughly. In addition to the use of reverse hair, the comb can be used for other purposes.

In the present invention, since the root of the comb tooth formed with the stepped portion is formed so as to be convex at the central portion in the width direction of the comb body, the hair caught on the bottom of the tooth is centered on the convex It is possible to increase the contact pressure of the hair against the tooth bottom by making line contact or point contact at the location, thereby making it easier to form reverse hair by further increasing the degree of catch on the tooth bottom. .

It is a perspective view of the comb concerning the embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view of the comb concerning an embodiment. It is the top view of the principal part which looked at the comb concerning an embodiment from the blade edge side of a comb tooth. FIG. 4 is a cross-sectional view taken along the line AA shown in FIG. 3 of the main part of the comb showing a state in which the middle comb tooth member is removed. It is an enlarged front view which shows the relationship between an outer comb tooth and a middle comb tooth. It is an enlarged front view which shows a middle comb tooth. FIG. 7 is a cross-sectional view of a middle comb tooth or the like taken along line BB in FIG. It is a principal part enlarged plan view which shows the state which hair entered each comb tooth. It is a principal part enlarged front view which shows the condition where hair enters between the comb teeth of a middle comb tooth. It is the principal part enlarged view which made the cross section the part which shows the condition etc. in which hair enters between a middle comb tooth and an outer comb tooth. The middle comb teeth of a modification are shown, (a) is an enlarged front view, and (b) is an enlarged side view seen from the tip side of the comb body. The middle comb teeth of a modification are shown, (a) is an enlarged front view, and (b) is an enlarged side view seen from the tip side of the comb body. (A), (b), (c) is the schematic which shows the pattern of the tip height in each middle comb tooth of a modification. (A), (b), (c) is the schematic which shows the pattern of the bottom depth of the tooth base between each comb tooth in the modified middle comb tooth. (A) is a principal part enlarged plan view which shows the modification which provided the four rows of comb teeth, (b) is a principal part enlarged plan view which shows the modification which provided the five rows of comb teeth. (A) is a principal part enlarged plan view which shows the modification which provided the two rows of comb teeth, (b) is a principal part enlarged plan view which shows the modification which provided the one row of comb teeth. It is the principal part enlarged view which made the cross section the part which shows the modification seen from the front end side of the comb main body. It is a front view which shows the modification of the type of comb which does not have a holding part. It is an enlarged front view which shows the relationship between the outer comb tooth and middle comb tooth of a modification. It is a front view of the comb of the modification which varied the length of the middle comb tooth for every range. It is the schematic which shows how to move the comb at the time of setting reverse hair.

1 to 3 are schematic views showing the overall appearance of the comb 1 according to the embodiment of the present invention. The comb 1 of the present embodiment is a type called a tail comb having a shape in which a rod-shaped gripping portion 4 is protruded from the comb main body 2, and is molded from a synthetic resin in the present embodiment. As shown in FIGS. 1 and 3, the comb 1 is provided with a total of three rows of comb teeth in which outer comb teeth 7 and 8 are arranged in parallel on both sides of the row of the middle comb teeth 20. It has a characteristic shape to make it easier to form reverse hair. Hereinafter, the comb 1 of this embodiment will be described in detail. Note that the X axis in FIG. 1 is parallel to the longitudinal direction of the comb body 2 projecting a plurality of outer comb teeth 7 and 8 and the middle comb teeth 20 (the same direction as the longitudinal direction of the rod-shaped gripping portion 4). Y axis is an axis parallel to the width direction of the comb body 2 (axis perpendicular to the X axis), and Z axis is an axis parallel to the projecting direction of the middle comb teeth 20 (above Axis in a direction perpendicular to both the X axis and the Y axis). These X-axis, Y-axis, and Z-axis directions (X-axis direction, Y-axis direction, and Z-axis direction) are the same in other drawings.

The comb body 2 has nail-shaped comb protection portions 5a and 5b projecting in the Z-axis direction from the front end portion 2a and the rear end portion 2b of the rod-shaped portion extending in the X-axis direction. The parts 5a and 5b are positioned so as to sandwich the plurality of outer comb teeth 7 and 8 and the middle comb teeth 20 arranged in the X-axis direction, and serve to protect the comb teeth 7, 8, and 20. Yes. Further, the comb body 2 is formed with a plurality of through-holes 6 penetrating from one side surface 2c to the other side surface 2d (penetrating in the Y-axis direction) at predetermined intervals in the X-axis direction. These through-holes 6 have an elliptical shape with the major axis in the X-axis direction, and a counterbore portion that is recessed in an elliptical shape is formed around the hole.

Furthermore, the comb main body 2 is formed with a triangular connecting portion 3 at the rear end 2b so as to connect the rod-shaped gripping portion 4 and the comb main body 2 together. The connecting portion 3 forms a groove-like recess 3a extending in the X-axis direction, and forms raindrop-shaped through holes 3b, 3c spaced from the recess 3a in the Z-axis direction. The connecting portion 3 is formed with the recesses 3a and the through holes 3b and 3c, thereby reducing the rigidity of the connecting portion 3 itself and making the connecting portion 3 flexible, thereby enabling hairdressers, barbers, etc. When the user 1 uses the comb 1, when a force is applied in such a way as to hold the grip portion 4 and the comb body 2, the connecting portion 3 bends and curves, so that the entire comb fits into the hand.

Furthermore, as shown in FIG. 3, the comb main body 2 has both side surfaces 2c and 2d as concave and convex curved surfaces (the through holes 6 are positioned at the concave portions), and the user inserts the comb main body 2 with fingers. When gripping the side surfaces 2c and 2d, the concave and convex curved surface functions as an anti-slip of the fingertip. For the same reason, the comb body 2 has a back surface 2e (a surface opposite to the side where each of the comb teeth 7, 8, 20 is located) having a curved surface with an uneven shape, and the connecting portion 3 connected to the comb body 2 The periphery and the periphery of the grip portion 4 are also uneven so that the slip prevention function can be exhibited.

Further, the comb body 2 has a plurality of pin-like comb teeth 7 and 8 projecting from the upper surface 2f, and the interval between the comb teeth 7 and 8 is set to a dimension P (pitch dimension P) as shown in FIG. ing. As an example of the numerical value of the pitch dimension P, a range of about 3 mm to 8 mm is conceivable, and it is preferable to set it to about 5 mm in order to easily form reverse hair. Further, as shown in FIG. 4, the comb body 2 has a slot-like slot portion 2 g into which the separate medium comb tooth member 10 provided with the middle comb teeth 20 is fitted at a central portion in the width direction of the comb body 2. It is formed so as to extend in the X-axis direction. The slot portion 2g is provided with a locking projection 2h for locking the middle comb tooth member 10 on the rear end side. The comb body 2 shown in FIG. 4 represents the shape of a cross section taken along the line AA shown in FIG.

As shown in FIG. 4, the middle comb-teeth member 10 is a plate-like member as a whole, and a plurality of middle comb teeth 20 project from the long plate-like base portion 11. The base portion 11 is formed with a plurality of elliptical holes 12 (the elliptical holes 12 penetrate the base portion 11) from the one end portion 11c to the other end portion 11d with a predetermined interval. When the middle comb tooth member 10 is attached to the slot portion 2g of the comb body 2, the position coincides with the through hole 6 of the comb body 2, and both communicate with each other. The through-hole 6 communicates with the oval hole 12 to ensure air permeability, and a user such as a beautician or a barber applies a finger to the side surface 2c (or the other side surface 2d) of the comb body 2. With this way of holding, the fingertip is guided to the concave through-hole 6 by the concave and convex curved surface of the side surface 2c (or the other side surface 2d), and is applied to the side surface 2c (or the other side surface 2d) The fingertips can be brought into contact with the outside air through the through-hole 6, and even when the fingertips are wet with moisture, chemicals, etc., the fingertips can be easily dried, and the situation where the comb is easily slipped with the wet fingertips can be improved.

Further, the base portion 11 of the middle comb-tooth member 10 has a plurality of long groove portions 13 formed at a total of three locations above each elliptical hole 12 so that the middle comb-tooth member 10 can easily enter the slot portion 2g of the comb body 2. is doing. Further, the intermediate comb member 10 has a locking recess 11e formed in the other end portion 11d. When the intermediate comb member 10 is fitted into the slot 2g of the comb body 2, the locking recess 11e is inserted into the locking recess 11e. The locking protrusion 2h of the slot portion 2g is engaged, and functions as a retaining member for the intermediate comb member 10. In addition, the surface of the upper part 11b which protrudes the middle comb tooth 20 on the opposite side to the back surface 11a in the base part 11 of the middle comb tooth member 10 is the bottom of the tooth bottom between the comb teeth in the middle comb tooth 20, as will be described later. By making the depths different, it has a zigzag shape.

FIG. 6 shows details of a plurality of medium comb teeth 20 included in the medium comb member 10. The middle comb teeth 20 of this embodiment include a total of three patterns of first middle comb teeth 30, second middle comb teeth 40, and third middle comb teeth 50 having different tip heights. The first middle comb teeth 30, the second middle comb teeth 40, and the third middle comb teeth 50 that are successively adjacent to each other constitute a comb tooth group as one group unit, and the middle comb teeth 20 are composed of such combs. It is an aggregate in which a plurality of tooth groups are arranged along the X-axis direction. FIG. 6 shows the middle comb teeth 20 as viewed from the direction along the Y-axis direction (the direction in which the side surface 2c of the comb body 2 is a front view).

Of the first middle comb tooth 30, the second middle comb tooth 40, and the third middle comb tooth 50, the third middle comb tooth 50 has the highest tip position, and the second highest tip position is the second. The middle comb teeth 40 (the second middle comb teeth 40 have their tips 40a lower than the tips 50a of the third middle comb teeth 50 by the height dimension h2), and the first middle comb teeth have the lowest tip position. 30 (the tip 30a of the first middle comb tooth 30 is lower than the tip 40a of the second middle comb tooth 40 by the height dimension h1). As numerical examples of the height dimensions h1 and h2, a range of about 1 mm to 3 mm is conceivable, and about 1 mm is suitable for easily forming reverse hair with a uniform feeling.

As shown in FIG. 5, in the state in which the middle comb tooth member 10 is fitted in the comb body 2, the outer comb teeth 7 (outer comb teeth 8) even if the third middle comb tooth 50 has the highest tip position. ) Is lower than the height dimension H (the dimension from the tip 7a of the outer comb tooth 7 to the tip 50a of the third middle comb tooth 50), so that the outer comb tooth 7 (outer comb tooth 8) is the middle comb tooth. The middle comb teeth 20 (the first middle comb teeth 30, the second middle comb teeth 40, and the third middle comb teeth 50) do not exist in the range of the height dimension H from the tip side longer than 20, so that the comb 1 can use the outer comb teeth 7 (outer comb teeth 8) as rough teeth having a pitch dimension P in the range of the height dimension H from the tip side, Can be used for hair styling. As an example of the numerical value of the height dimension H, a range of about 3 mm to 10 mm is conceivable, and about 5 mm is easy to use.

Further, as shown in FIG. 6, the first middle comb tooth 30 has a stepped portion 32 in the middle of the projecting direction (Z-axis direction) which is the longitudinal direction thereof. The stepped portion 32 has an outer periphery formed obliquely so that a thickness dimension (a dimension along the X-axis direction) spreads toward the base side (the base portion 11 side serving as a projecting source). The part 32 is trapezoidal as a whole. The oblique outer periphery of the stepped portion 32 viewed from the direction along the Y-axis direction (the direction in which the side surface 2c of the comb body 2 is a front view) is between the adjacent second middle comb teeth 40 (comb (Between teeth).

Further, the first middle comb tooth 30 has a first range portion 31 in a range from the tip 30a to the upper end 32a of the step portion 32, and a root 30b (projection of the upper portion 11b of the base portion 11) from the lower end 32b of the step portion 32. The range reaching the base portion) is a second range portion 33. The first range portion 31 is tapered so that the thickness dimension along the X-axis direction (dimension in the direction orthogonal to the protruding direction of the first middle comb teeth 30) extends from the tip 30a to the stepped portion 32. Specifically, when the thickness dimension on the tip 30a side is w1 and the thickness dimension on the upper end 32a side of the stepped portion 32 is w2, the relationship of w1 <w2 is established. Similarly, the second range portion 33 is tapered so that the thickness dimension along the X-axis direction extends from the lower end 32b of the step portion 32 to the root 30b. Specifically, the thickness of the lower end 32b of the step portion 32 is increased. When the dimension is w3 and the thickness dimension on the base 30b side is w4, the relationship of w3 <w4 is established (the numerical example of w4 can be in the range of about 0.8 mm to 2.0 mm). Since the step portion 32 is entirely trapezoidal as described above, the lower thickness dimension w2 related to the first range portion 31 is larger than the upper thickness size w3 related to the second range portion 33. It is smaller (w2 <w3).

The second middle comb teeth 40 and the third middle comb teeth 50 have basically the same configuration as the first middle comb teeth 30 described above with respect to the stepped portion and the like, and are in the middle of the protruding direction (Z-axis direction). The trapezoidal stepped portions 42 and 52 are formed, and the range from the tips 40a and 50a to the upper ends 42a and 52a of the stepped portions 42 and 52 is the tapered first range portions 41 and 51, and the stepped portions 42 and 52 are formed. The range from the lower ends 42b and 52b of the base to the bases 40b and 50b is defined as tapered second range portions 43 and 53. In addition, although the height of each front-end | tip 30a, 40a, 50a is each different as each above, each middle comb tooth 30,40,50 differs in level | step-difference part 32,42 in each middle comb tooth 30,40,50. , 52 have the same height.

The interval (pitch dimension) between the adjacent middle comb teeth 30, 40, 50 is the same in this embodiment. Specifically, the pitch dimension of the first middle comb teeth 30 and the second middle comb teeth 40 is the same. p1, the pitch dimension of the second middle comb tooth 40 and the third middle comb tooth 50 is p2, and the pitch dimension of the third middle comb tooth 50 and the first middle comb tooth 30 constituting the next comb tooth group is p3. , P1 = p2 = p3. Even if the interval between the middle comb teeth 30, 40, 50 is p1 = p2 = p3, since each of the middle comb teeth 30, 40, 50 has the above-described shape, the gap dimension between the respective comb teeth is different from each other. It changes in various places in the protruding direction (Z-axis direction) of the comb teeth 30, 40, 50. In addition, as a specific numerical example of p1, p2, and p3, a range of about 0.7 mm to 2 mm is conceivable, and about 1 mm is preferable because reverse hair can be easily formed.

As shown in FIG. 6, for example, the gap between the third middle comb tooth 50 and the first middle comb tooth 30 constituting the next comb tooth group is a gap dimension of w5 at the tip of the first middle comb tooth 30. However, since the first range portions 31 and 51 are tapered, the gap size w6 at the upper end 52a of the stepped portion 52 is narrower than the gap size w5 (w6 <w5). Further, the gap size at the lower end 52b of the stepped portion 52 is narrow so that the relationship of the gap size w7 <the gap size w6 is established because the stepped portions 32 and 52 are each trapezoidal, and further, at the root 50b. The gap dimension is further narrowed so that the relationship of gap dimension w8 <gap dimension w7 is established because the second range portions 33 and 53 are tapered. As a numerical example of the gap dimension w6, a range of about 0.8 mm to 1.2 mm is conceivable, and as a numerical example of the gap dimension w7, a range of about 0.3 mm to 0.7 mm is conceivable. As described above, the gap between the third middle comb tooth 50 and the first middle comb tooth 30 constituting the next group of comb teeth is narrower toward the tooth bottom, and has a trapezoidal shape in the middle. The stepped portions 32 and 52 are not uniformly reduced in the gap size, but the gap size is suddenly narrowed at a location corresponding to the stepped portions 32 and 52, so that the third middle comb tooth 50 When the hair enters between the first middle comb teeth 30 and the first middle comb teeth 30, it becomes a resistance and a required tension is obtained. Such a change in the size of the gap between the comb teeth is caused by the gap between the first middle comb tooth 30 and the second middle comb tooth 40 and between the second middle comb tooth 40 and the third middle comb tooth 50. Each gap is equivalent.

Also, the bottom depths of the bottoms of the gaps between the respective comb teeth in the continuously adjacent middle comb teeth 30, 40, and 50 are also made different in the same manner as the above-described tip height. For example, the first tooth bottom 25 in the gap between the third middle comb tooth 50 and the first middle comb tooth 30 constituting the next comb tooth group is formed at the deepest position. What is formed at the deep position is the second tooth bottom 26 in the gap between the first middle comb tooth 30 and the second middle comb tooth 40, and is higher than the deepest first tooth bottom 25 by the height dimension h3. It is located and is formed in the shallowest position is the third tooth bottom 27 in the gap between the second middle comb tooth 40 and the third middle comb tooth 50, with respect to the second deepest second tooth bottom 26. It is positioned higher by the height dimension h4. The numerical examples of the height dimensions h3 and h4 are substantially the same as the height dimensions h1 and h2 described above.

7 shows a cross section taken along the line BB in FIG. 6 and shows a state in which the first middle comb teeth 30 are seen from the tip side of the comb body 2 (viewed from the direction along the X-axis direction). Figure). Even when viewed from this direction, the first middle comb tooth 30 is configured to expose the stepped portion 32 on the outer periphery in the middle of the projecting direction (Z-axis direction), and is seen in the direction shown in FIG. In this case, as in the case shown in FIG. 6, the outer periphery is formed obliquely so that the width dimension (dimension along the Y-axis direction) increases toward the base side (viewed from the direction shown in FIG. 7). In this case, the step portion 32 is also formed in a trapezoidal shape).

Further, the first middle comb teeth 30 are formed so that the first range portion 31 extending from the tip 30a to the upper end 32a of the step portion 32 is also tapered when viewed in the direction shown in FIG. The second range portion 33 extending from the lower end 32b of the portion 32 to the root 30b side is also formed to have a tapered shape when viewed in the direction shown in FIG. When the width dimension on the tip 30a side of the first middle comb tooth 30 when viewed in the direction shown in FIG. 7 is w10 and the width dimension on the upper end 32a side of the stepped portion 32 is w11, w11 > W10 is established, and the second range portion 33 has a relationship of w13> w12 when the width dimension of the lower end 32b of the stepped portion 32 is w12 (w12> w11) and the width dimension on the root side is w13. (As a numerical example of w13, a range of about 1.5 mm to 2.5 mm is conceivable). The shape of the first middle comb teeth 30 when viewed in the above-described direction shown in FIG. 7 is the same for the second middle comb teeth 40 and the third middle comb teeth 50. In FIG. 7, the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 having no stepped portions are indicated by two-dot chain lines, but the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 are the above-described middle comb teeth 20 (first middle comb teeth 30). The second middle comb tooth 40 and the third middle comb tooth 50) are located at a position having a predetermined gap.

Further, as shown in FIG. 7, the first tooth bottom 25 in the gap between the third middle comb tooth 50 and the first middle comb tooth 30 has a mountain shape as a whole. It is formed in a convex shape that is curved so as to protrude most at the central portion 25a in the direction (Y-axis direction), and both side portions 25b and 25c are formed in a concave shape that is curved. The above-described shape of the first tooth bottom 25 is the same for the other second tooth bottom 26 and third tooth bottom 27. As described above, each of the tooth bottoms 25 to 27 has a curved outer peripheral shape so that the hair caught on the first tooth bottom 25 does not easily touch the corner of the upper portion 11b of the base portion 11 of the intermediate comb tooth member 10. Thus, when setting the reverse hair, the hair is not damaged more than necessary.

FIGS. 1 to 3 and 5 show a state in which the base portion 11 of the middle comb tooth member 10 provided with the middle comb teeth 20 described above is fitted into the slot portion 2g of the comb body 2. FIG. By fitting in this way, the base portion 11 of the middle comb-tooth member 10 becomes integral with the comb body 2, so that the middle comb teeth 20 of the middle comb-tooth member 10 also protrude from the comb body 2, The arrangement of the comb teeth 20 and the arrangement of the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 are parallel along the X-axis direction (see FIG. 3). In addition, in the state in which the middle comb tooth member 10 is fitted into the comb body 2 and integrated, the first tooth bottom 25 formed at the deepest position in the middle comb tooth 20 as shown in FIG. It is arranged so as to be higher in the Z-axis direction than the upper surface 2f of the comb body 2, so that, when reverse hair is set, the first tooth bottom 25 at the deepest position can be surely touched with the hair and applied with tension. .

Further, the distance between the comb teeth in the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 where the step portion is not formed (pitch dimension P shown in FIG. 5) and the distance between the comb teeth in the middle comb tooth 20 shown in FIG. The dimensions p1, p2, p3) are different, and the pitch dimension P according to the outer comb teeth 7, 8 is wider than the pitch dimensions p1, p2, p3 according to the middle comb teeth 20 (P> p1, p2, p3), and When the middle comb tooth member 10 is fitted into the comb body 2 depending on the degree of difference in pitch dimension between them, either one of the plurality of middle comb teeth 20 has either side of the outer comb teeth 7 or 8. It is in a sandwiched state. For example, in FIG. 5, the second first middle comb teeth 30 and the third second middle comb teeth 40 are counted from the comb protection portion 5a on the tip side of the comb 1 (from the left in FIG. 5). The outer comb teeth 7 (8) are sandwiched.

Next, the situation when setting the reverse hair as shown in FIG. 19 will be described using the comb 1 having the above-described configuration. First, when the comb 1 is inserted into a certain amount of hair bundle taken out from the head hair, the hair enters between the comb teeth of the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 and the middle comb teeth 20.

FIG. 9 shows a situation in which the hair Hr enters between the comb teeth in the middle comb teeth 20 (first middle comb teeth 30, second middle comb teeth 40, and third middle comb teeth 50). In addition, the hair Hr shown in FIG. 9 represents the cut surface shape with a circle.

When the comb 1 is inserted into the hair bundle, the hair Hr touches the tips 30a, 40a, 50a of the first middle comb teeth 30, the second middle comb teeth 40, and the third middle comb teeth 50. As described above, since the tips 30a, 40a, 50a have different heights, the tip 50a of the third middle comb tooth 50 at the highest position can easily touch the hair Hr first, and the middle comb teeth 30, 40 , The situation (time) of touching the tips 30a, 40a, 50a is different for each 50, and the contact situation to each of the middle comb teeth 30, 40, 50 is dispersed, thereby making the reverse hairs formed even, A pill-like part is less likely to occur in the reverse hair.

Next, looking at the situation where the hair Hr enters between the middle comb teeth 20, 30, 50, the distance between the tips is larger than the distance between the bottoms of the teeth as described above. , 41, 51 are considerably widened because of the tapered shape, and therefore each hair Hr can easily enter between the comb teeth.

Among the hairs Hr that have entered between the comb teeth, those that enter along each of the middle comb teeth 20, 30, 50 move along the tapered first range portions 31, 41, 51. A certain resistance is obtained. Moreover, although the hair Hr which has moved along the first range parts 31, 41, 51 will next move to the step parts 32, 42, 52, the step parts 32, 42, 52 and the first range Since the angles of the portions 31, 41, 51 are different, a great resistance can be obtained when entering the range of the step portions 32, 42, 52, and the tension necessary for setting the reverse hair can be obtained. Further, since the step portions 32, 42, 52 are trapezoidal as described above, the above-described tapered first range portion 31 is also applied to the hair Hr moving along the step portions 32, 42, 52. , 41 and 51, a resistance feeling stronger than the resistance feeling is obtained.

Furthermore, the hair Hr that has moved along the stepped portions 32, 42, and 52 is then directed toward the second range portions 33, 43, and 53. Since the interval between the comb teeth is narrower than the interval between the tips 30a, 40a, and 50a described above, a feeling of resistance due to compression due to the narrow interval is obtained. Since the second range portions 33, 43, and 53 are also tapered, a certain resistance is obtained with respect to the hair Hr that moves in the root direction along the second range portions 33, 43, and 53. Since the distance between the comb teeth in the two range portions 33, 43, 53 becomes narrower toward the root of the tooth, a feeling of resistance based on the increase in the density of the hair Hr can be obtained. Furthermore, when the hair Hr that has moved to the respective tooth bottoms 25, 26, and 27 increases, the hair Hr accumulates at each tooth bottom portion and the density increases, so that a sense of resistance can be obtained. . However, the degree to which the hair Hr is deposited between the comb teeth in the second range portions 33, 43, and 53 is different because the depths of the respective tooth bottoms 25, 26, and 27 are different as described above. Accordingly, the resistance between the comb teeth in the second range portions 33, 43, and 53 varies, whereby the reverse hairs formed are uniform, and the reverse hairs are fuzzy. This makes it difficult to generate any parts.

FIG. 10 shows the contact state of the hair Hr4 on the first tooth bottom 25. As described above, the first tooth bottom 25 protrudes so as to be the most convex at the central portion 25a, and both side portions 25b, 25c. Since the hair has a recessed shape, the hair Hr4 that has entered the first tooth bottom 25 comes into contact with the first tooth bottom 25 mainly at the protruding central portion 25a. Therefore, the hair Hr4 is not in surface contact but in contact with the first tooth bottom 25 in a line contact or point contact state, and since the contact area is smaller than in surface contact, the contact pressure can be increased. A strong tension can be applied to the hair Hr4 in contact with the bottom 25. Further, since the central portion 25a protrudes in a curved shape, it does not damage the tensioned hair, and further, the both side portions 25b and 25c are recessed to damage the hair Hr4 at the upper corners of the base portion 11. There is no such thing. The situation for the hair in the first tooth bottom 25 is the same for the other second tooth bottom 26 and third tooth bottom 27.

As shown in FIG. 10, the first middle comb teeth 30 can be seen from the direction along the X-axis direction, as seen from the direction along the Y-axis direction shown in FIG. The outer peripheral shape is such that the first range portion 31 and the second range portion 33 are tapered, and the stepped portion 32 is trapezoidal, so that it touches the first middle comb tooth 30 toward the root of the tooth. A predetermined resistance can be obtained for the moving hair. Further, when viewed from the direction along the X-axis direction, the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 are located on both sides of the first middle comb tooth 30, so that the gap between the first middle comb tooth 30 and the outer comb teeth 7 is In the gap between the first middle comb teeth 30 and the outer comb teeth 8, the first middle comb teeth 30 have the shape described above. Since the size becomes narrow, a predetermined resistance can be obtained even in the gap between the first middle comb tooth 30 and the outer comb teeth 7 and 8. Such a situation in the gap between the first middle comb tooth 30 and the outer comb teeth 7, 8 is the gap between the second middle comb tooth 40 and the outer comb teeth 7, 8, or the third middle comb tooth. The same applies to the situation in the gap between 50 and the outer comb teeth 7 and 8.

Further, FIG. 8 shows a situation in which the hairs Hr 1 to 3 enter so as to cross the middle comb teeth 20 and the outer comb teeth 7 and 8. The hair Hr1 in FIG. 8 shows a situation where the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 enter the right side in FIG. 8 along the Y-axis direction. In this case, the hair Hr1 is in the X-axis direction with respect to the outer comb teeth 7 and 8. The hair Hr1 is linearly sandwiched between the middle comb teeth 20 located on the right side, and the hair Hr2 is arranged on both sides of the middle comb teeth 20 in the direction along the Y-axis direction. , 8 enters the position where the hair Hr2 is bent and pinched by the middle comb teeth 20, thereby obtaining a strong resistance. In addition, even in a situation where the middle comb teeth 20 do not exist between the outer comb teeth 7 and 8, the hair Hr3 is located by positioning the middle comb teeth 20 adjacent to the outer comb teeth 7 and 8 in the X-axis direction. Since a situation of refraction also occurs, a predetermined resistance feeling can be obtained in this case as well.

As described above, the comb 1 according to the present embodiment is devised such as a shape in which a predetermined resistance is generated in various places, so that when the reverse hair is set, the comb 1 as a whole can obtain an appropriate tension. It becomes easy to form reverse hair. Furthermore, the comb 1 of the present embodiment is configured such that the resistance height varies by making the tip height and the root depth of the middle comb teeth 20 different in three patterns, so that the resistance feeling is concentrated. Thus, it is possible to form a uniform reverse hair while preventing the hair from being rounded like a pill in the reverse hair. In addition, even if an appropriate tension is secured, the hair is damaged at a sharp point such as an edge, and the stepped portions 32, 42, 52 are shaped so that the outer periphery is open. At 52, there is no situation where the hair is caught and damaged or broken. In addition, the comb which concerns on this invention is not limited to embodiment mentioned above, A various modified example can be considered.

For example, with reference to FIG. 6, the pitch dimensions p1, p2, and p3 of the adjacent middle comb teeth 30, 40, and 50 in the middle comb tooth 20 are all the same as described above, but the dimensions may be different. is there. For example, assuming that the relationship between the pitch dimensions is p1 <p2 <p3, the pitch dimension p1 of the first middle comb tooth 30 and the second middle comb tooth 40 is the narrowest, and the second middle comb tooth 40 and the third middle comb tooth 50 are the same. The pitch dimension p3 of the first middle comb tooth 30 constituting the third middle comb tooth 50 and the next comb tooth group may be set to be the widest. Thus, by making each pitch dimension different, the resistance feeling between the comb teeth of the narrowest pitch dimension p1 becomes the largest at the time of reverse hair formation, and then the resistance feeling between the comb teeth of the pitch dimension p2 becomes large. The resistance feeling between the comb teeth having the pitch dimension p3 is smaller than the others, and the resistance of the middle comb teeth 20 as a whole is appropriately dispersed due to the difference in the pitch dimension between the comb teeth, thereby forming reverse hairs having a uniform feeling. It ’s useful. In addition to p1 <p2 <p3, it is possible to set p1> p2> p3 as a method of making the pitch dimension different. In this case, the resistance between the comb teeth is reversed in the reverse order as described above. It will be different.

As for the shape of the middle comb teeth 20, the stepped portion 32 when the middle comb teeth 20 (first middle comb teeth 30) are viewed in the direction along the Y-axis direction shown in FIG. 6, and the X portion shown in FIG. The stepped portion 32 when the middle comb teeth 20 (first middle comb teeth 30) are viewed in the direction along the axial direction is the same position in the direction along the Z-axis direction (projection direction of the middle comb teeth 20). As described above, it has been described that the stepped portions 32 in each direction are continuous and integrated, but the stepped portion 32 (first stepped portion) in the direction shown in FIG. 6 and that shown in FIG. The step part 32 (second step part) in the direction is provided in different places in the direction along the Z-axis direction, and each of them is independently provided as a middle comb tooth (first middle comb tooth 30). You may make it express on the outer periphery of. By doing in this way, by the step part (a 1st step part and a 2nd step part) in each direction in the direction along the Y-axis direction shown in FIG. 6 and the direction along the X-axis direction shown in FIG. Resistance occurs at different points in the Z-axis direction, and resistance to the hair bundle can be obtained in multiple stages. Further, each step 32 is viewed in the direction along the Y-axis direction shown in FIG. 6 when the middle comb teeth 20 (first middle comb teeth 30) are viewed, or in the direction along the X-axis direction shown in FIG. It may be formed so as to be exposed on the outer periphery of the comb teeth only in one of the cases when the middle comb teeth 20 (first middle comb teeth 30) are viewed, so that the shape of the comb teeth can be simplified.

FIG. 11A shows modified middle comb teeth (first middle comb teeth 130, second middle comb teeth 140, third middle comb teeth 150), and these middle comb teeth 130, 140, 150 are: Compared with the middle comb tooth 20 shown in FIG. 6, the first range portions 131, 141, 150 on the distal ends 130a, 140a, 150a and the second range portions 133, 143, 153 on the bases 130b, 140b, 150b side are tapered. It is not shaped, and the thickness dimension (direction parallel to the X-axis direction) is made constant, and the oblique angle related to the outer periphery of the step portions 132, 142, 153 is further inclined (the angle with respect to the Z-axis is large) It is characterized by being tilted to become.

By making the thickness dimension of the first range portions 131, 141, 150 constant, the degree of protrusion of the step portions 132, 142, 153 increases, and when inserting a comb into the hair bundle, the first range portions 131, 141, 150 There is an advantage that the degree of resistance by the step portions 132, 142, and 153 with respect to the hair moving along the hair can be increased. Further, by making the thickness dimension of the second range parts 133, 143, and 153 constant, the hair that has entered between the comb teeth can be smoothly and the roots 130b, 140b, and 150b of the middle comb teeth 130, 140, and 150 side. Therefore, the tension generated by each of the tooth bottoms 125, 126, and 127 can be easily obtained.

In addition, making the thickness dimension of each range part shown to Fig.11 (a) constant may apply only to any one of 1st range part 131,141,150 or 2nd range part 133,143,153. For example, as shown in FIG. 11 (a), the first range portions 131, 141, 150 on the tip 130a, 140a, 150a side make the thickness dimension constant, while the second range portions 133, 143, 153 may be tapered as shown in FIG. 6, or conversely, the first range parts 131, 141, 151 are tapered as shown in FIG. 6 and the second range parts 133, 143 are configured. , 153 may have a constant thickness dimension as shown in FIG.

FIG. 11 (b) shows a middle comb tooth (first middle comb tooth 130) of the modified example related to FIG. 11 (a) described above, and when viewed in the direction along the X-axis direction, FIG. Similarly to the case of being seen in the direction along the Y-axis direction of a), the first range portion 131 on the tip 130a side and the second range portion 133 on the root 130b side are not tapered, and the thickness dimension is constant. It represents the shape. Thus, by making the thickness dimension constant also in the direction shown in FIG. 11B, the same merit as the contents described in FIG. 11A can be obtained. 11B shows a case where the thickness dimension is constant for both the first range portion 131 and the second range portion 133, the first range is similar to the case of FIG. 11A described above. Either one of the part 131 or the second range part 133 can be tapered. 11A and 11B can be applied to the second middle comb teeth 140 and the third middle comb teeth 150, which are other middle comb teeth.

FIG. 12A shows a middle comb tooth (first middle comb tooth 230) of still another modified example when viewed in the direction along the Y-axis direction, and a plurality of stepped portions 232 and 235 are provided. Represents the shape of the case. That is, the first middle comb 230 includes the first range portion 231, the first step portion 232, the second range portion 236, the second step portion 235, and the third range portion 233 in order from the tip 230a side to the root 230b side. It has been provided. In this modification, two step portions (the first step portion 232 and the second step portion 235) are provided, so that the resistance obtained at the step portion can be doubled compared to the case shown in FIGS. There is. Although FIG. 12A shows an example in which two step portions 232 and 235 are provided, it is also possible to provide three or more step portions. FIG. 12A shows the case where the thickness dimension is constant for all the range portions 231, 233, and 236, but each range portion 231, 233 is similar to the case of FIG. 11A described above. Any one or two of 236 may be tapered. In addition, the content mentioned above regarding Fig.12 (a) is applicable also to the 2nd, 3rd middle comb tooth which is another middle comb tooth.

FIG. 12B shows a middle comb tooth (first middle comb tooth 230) of the modified example related to FIG. 12A described above, and when viewed in the direction along the X-axis direction, FIG. Similarly to the case of being seen in the direction along the Y-axis direction of a), a shape in which two step portions (a first step portion 232 and a second step portion 235) are provided is shown. There is an advantage that can double the resistance. In addition, also in the case shown in FIG. 12B, the matters described in FIG. 12A can be similarly applied.

FIGS. 13A to 13C show various modifications of the tip height of the middle comb tooth. FIG. 13A shows an example in which the number of medium comb teeth having different tip heights included in the comb tooth group is not four as shown in FIG. That is, in the example of FIG. 13A, the middle comb tooth having the lowest tip 20A, the middle comb tooth having the third highest tip 20B, and the middle comb tooth having the second highest tip 20C. , And a total of four middle comb teeth having the tip 20D at the highest position are included in one comb tooth group, and a plurality of such comb tooth groups are arranged side by side in the direction indicated by the arrow in the X-axis direction. Yes. By configuring the comb teeth group with a total of four medium comb teeth having different tip heights in this way, it is possible to further disperse the difference in resistance caused by the different tip heights. It becomes easier to form hair. In addition, in FIG. 13A, an example in which one comb tooth group is formed by a total of four medium comb teeth has been described, but one comb tooth group may be formed by a total of five or more medium comb teeth. Of course, this is possible, and the difference in resistance can be further dispersed by increasing the number of medium comb teeth having different tip heights constituting the comb teeth group. Also in the case shown in FIG. 13A, the modification described with reference to FIGS.

FIG. 13B shows a modified example in which the arrangement order of the middle comb teeth having different tip heights is reversed as compared with the case shown in FIG. That is, in the example of FIG. 13B, the middle comb tooth having the highest tip 20C from the left in the drawing, the middle comb tooth having the second highest tip 20B, and the middle tip having the lowest tip 20A. Comb teeth are included in one comb tooth group, and a plurality of such comb tooth groups are sequentially arranged in the direction indicated by the arrow in the X-axis direction. Such an arrangement is preferable because the resistance on the comb tip side, which is the side opposite to the side on which the rod-shaped gripping portion is provided in the X-axis direction, can be generally increased. That is, the tip end side of the comb (agrees with the tip end side of the comb body) is a side away from the gripping portion, so that it is generally difficult for the user's gripping force to be transmitted, but by arranging in the order shown in FIG. If the resistance at the tip of the comb is increased, the resistance of the entire comb can be felt well even at the tip of the comb in an actual use situation. A good feeling can be obtained when setting. In addition, even in the case shown in FIG. 13B, an example in which the comb teeth group is configured by four or more medium comb teeth having different tip heights as described in FIG. 13A described above can be applied. Furthermore, the modification examples described with reference to FIGS.

FIG. 13C shows a modification in which the arrangement order of the middle comb teeth having different tip heights is made random compared to the case shown in FIG. That is, in the example of FIG. 13C, the middle comb tooth having the tip 20A at the lowest position, the middle comb tooth having the tip 20B at the second highest position, and the middle comb tooth having the tip 20C at the highest position. However, it is characterized in that the order in which these middle comb teeth are arranged is random (irregular). By randomizing the arrangement order of the tip heights in this way, the resistance that occurs when the hair touches the tips 20A, 20B, and 20C of the middle comb teeth is also randomized. There is a merit that can be more even. In addition, even in the case shown in FIG. 13C, an example using four or more medium comb teeth having different tip heights as described in FIG. 13A can be applied. Application of the modification described in FIGS. 11 and 12 is also possible. In addition, when simplifying the structure (specification) of the middle comb tooth, the tip height of the middle comb tooth may be the same. In this case, in order to make the outer comb tooth easy to use roughly, It is preferable to align the tip height with the tip 20A at the lowest position or the tip 20B at the second highest position.

14 (a) to 14 (c) show a comb with a plurality of medium comb teeth based on the same idea as the various modifications of the tip height of the medium comb teeth shown in FIGS. 13 (a) to (c). Various modifications of the root depth between teeth are shown. FIG. 14 (a) corresponds to FIG. 13 (a) and shows an example in which the number of roots between each of the middle comb teeth with different root depths is four. That is, in the example of FIG. 14A, the deepest tooth bottom 29A, the second deepest tooth bottom 29B, the third deepest tooth bottom 29C, and the shallowest tooth bottom 29D are formed. The arrangement of each tooth bottom is sequentially arranged in the direction indicated by the arrow in the X-axis direction. By adopting a configuration in which different root depths are sequentially repeated in four places in this way, the tension generated in each tooth bottom 29A to 29D can be further dispersed, and it is easy to form reverse hairs that are evenly spaced. Further, in FIG. 14 (a), it is of course possible to form roots having different root depths at a total of five or more places, as in the case of FIG. 13 (a). The modification examples described with reference to FIGS.

FIG. 14 (b) shows an example in which the order of the roots with different root depths is arranged in the reverse order to that shown in FIG. 6, based on the same concept as FIG. 13 (b). Yes. Accordingly, also in FIG. 14B, it is possible to increase the resistance on the tip side of the comb (the tip side of the comb body), and in the actual use situation, the resistance of the entire comb can be felt well on the tip side of the comb, which is preferable. . In addition, even in the case shown in FIG. 14B, an example in which the root depth is different at four or more places as described in FIG. 14A can be applied. Application of the modification described in 12 or the like is also possible.

FIG. 14 (c) shows an example in which the order in which the roots with different root depths are arranged is random based on the same idea as FIG. 13 (c). As a result, also in FIG. 14C, the tension generated in the respective tooth bottoms 29A to 29C is dispersed, and it becomes easy to form reverse hairs that are evenly spaced. In addition, even in the case shown in FIG. 14C, an example in which the root depth is different at four or more places as described in FIG. 14A can be applied. Application of the modification described in 12 or the like is also possible.

In the modification shown in FIGS. 14A to 14C described above, the shape of each of the tooth bottoms 29A to 29C is formed so that the central portion in the Y-axis direction is convex as shown in FIG. However, when the tension obtained at the tooth bottom is dispersed, any one of the tooth bottoms can be formed in a flat shape instead of the shape shown in FIG. It is applicable to the entire comb according to the present invention to make any one of these roots flat, and in that case, there are a plurality of roots, and one flat for each of them. It is preferable to use a simple shape in order to disperse the tension. In addition, in order to simplify the structure (specification) of the roots between the middle comb teeth, the root depths may be the same. In this case, from the viewpoint of facilitating the formation of reverse hair, It is preferable to adjust the depth to the deepest tooth bottom 29B or the deepest 29A (an example of such a tooth bottom shape is of course applicable to the comb 1 shown in FIG. 1 and the like).

15 and 16 show examples in which the number of comb teeth is different from that shown in FIG. FIG. 15A is a modified example showing a comb in which the number of comb teeth is arranged in a total of four rows. On the side of the side 2d 'opposite to the side 2c' of the comb body 2 ', the middle comb 20 The middle comb tooth member 10 ′ having 'is newly fitted into the comb body 2 ′, whereby the outer comb teeth 7, from one side surface 2 c ′ to the other side surface 2 d ′, Each comb tooth array is formed by a total of four rows of middle comb teeth 20, outer comb teeth 8, and middle comb teeth 20 '. In the example shown in FIG. 15 (a), the arrangement of the middle comb teeth 20 'is added compared to the case shown in FIG. 3, and the degree of tension obtained by the middle comb teeth is doubled. What you can do is a benefit.

FIG. 15B is a modified example showing a comb in which the number of comb teeth is arranged in a total of five rows. Compared to the example shown in FIG. 15A, the side opposite to one side surface 2c ″ of the comb body 2 ″. It is characterized in that an array of outer comb teeth 9 is further provided on the side surface 2d ″ side. In the example shown in FIG. Since there are three rows, as shown in Fig. 8, there is an advantage that the degree of resistance of the hair entangled with the outer comb teeth 7 to 9 and the middle comb teeth 20, 20 'can be increased. As shown in FIG. 8, when arranging the teeth, the rows of the outer comb teeth 7 (outer comb teeth 8) and the rows of the middle comb teeth 20 are alternately arranged in the Y-axis direction. This is suitable for causing the entanglement of the hair.

FIG. 16A is a modification showing a comb in which the number of comb teeth is arranged in two rows. Compared to the case shown in FIG. 3, the side of the side 102d opposite to the one side 102c of the comb body 102 is shown. This is characterized in that the outer comb teeth are not provided but the intermediate comb teeth 20 by the intermediate comb member 10 are arranged. In the example shown in FIG. 16 (a), the structure can be simplified compared to the case shown in FIG. 3, and the outer comb teeth 7 are present on the side surface 102c side, so that the hair as shown in FIG. However, it is possible to still cause a situation in which the outer comb teeth and the middle comb teeth are involved in resistance, and it is possible to cope with a use in which the outer comb teeth 7 existing in a row are used roughly.

FIG. 16 (b) is a modification showing a comb in which the number of comb teeth is arranged in a line, and compared to the case shown in FIG. 3, outer comb teeth positioned on one side 202c side of the comb body 202, and A feature is that the outer comb teeth located on the side surface 202d on the opposite side are omitted, and only the middle comb teeth 20 of the middle comb tooth member 10 are left. In the example shown in FIG. 16B, the structure can be greatly simplified as compared with the case shown in FIG. 3, so that it is easy to form the complex comb-shaped teeth 20 with the comb body 52 integrally. (Integral molding with a synthetic resin or the like becomes easy. Of course, in the examples other than FIG. 16B, the whole comb can be integrally molded with a synthetic resin or the like.) In addition, the structure of each modification mentioned above can be applied to any of the above-described middle comb teeth 20 shown in FIGS. 15 and 16 (including the middle comb teeth 20 ′ shown in FIG. 15A).

FIG. 17 shows a modified example of the outer comb teeth, and shows an example in which the outer comb teeth 107 and 108 are respectively inclined and projected toward the middle comb teeth 330. By tilting the outer comb teeth 107 and 108 in this manner, the distance between the middle comb teeth 330 and the outer comb teeth 107 and 108 becomes narrower than that shown in FIG. It becomes easy to increase the resistance to hair in the interval 107,108. FIG. 17 shows an example in which the first range portion 331 has a tapered shape and the second range portion 333 below the stepped portion 332 has a straight shape as the middle comb tooth 330. It is also possible to use a middle comb tooth of the shape, and FIG. 17 shows the tooth bottom 25 shown in FIG. 7 (the tooth bottom shape with the central portion 25a convex). When the tension is too strong, the top surface of the tooth bottom 25 may be shaped flat.

FIG. 18 shows an example in which the structure according to the present invention is applied to a comb 350 having a structure that does not have the rod-shaped gripping portion 4 shown in FIG. Even if the comb 350 does not have a gripping portion as described above, as shown in FIG. 16A between the comb protection portions 355a and 355b at both ends protruding from both sides of the comb body 352 in the Z-axis direction, It is possible to project a row of middle comb teeth 20 from the comb main body 352, and this row of middle comb teeth 20 can cause each of the merits described above. The intermediate comb teeth 20 can be provided on the intermediate comb tooth member 10 as described above and attached to the comb body 352, or can be integrally formed with the comb body 352. Further, even the comb 350 having no gripping portion shown in FIG. 18 can constitute the above-described comb teeth composed of a plurality of rows, and can apply the various modifications described above.

FIG. 19 shows a modified comb 400 in which the relationship between the lengths of the middle comb teeth and the outer comb teeth is opposite to that shown in FIG. A plurality of pin-shaped outer comb teeth 407 (408) protruding from the upper surface 402f of the comb body 402 are shorter than the comb protection portion 405a protruding from the tip of the comb body 402 in the Z-axis direction. On the other hand, a plurality of middle comb teeth 420 (comprised of middle comb teeth 430, 440, 450) provided on the middle comb tooth member 410 are each of the middle comb teeth 20 (middle comb teeth 30, Steps 432, 442, and 452 are formed in the same manner as in 40 and 50), but each tip is made equal to the comb protection portion 405a, and the total length is longer than that of the outer comb teeth 407 (408). For this reason, the tip of each middle comb tooth 20 (for example, the tip 440a of the middle comb tooth 440 shown in FIG. 19) is raised by a height dimension H ′ relative to the tip 407a of the outer comb tooth 407. Yes. In addition, each tooth bottom 425, 426, 427 between the middle comb teeth is made the same as each tooth bottom 25, 26, 27 shown in FIGS. FIG. 19 shows a part of the comb 400 of the modified example, but the relationship between the middle comb teeth 420 and the outer comb teeth 407 (408) is shown in FIG. 19 even in a range not shown in FIG. It is equivalent to the contents.

19, the middle comb tooth 420 has stepped portions 432, 442, 452, and a tooth bottom 425 having different bottom depths, like the comb 1 shown in FIGS. 426 and 427 are formed, so that it is possible to easily form a uniform reverse hair, and when the surface of the formed reverse hair is stroked and arranged, each medium comb tooth longer than the outer comb tooth 407 is formed. The tip of 420 can be used densely, and there is a merit that a single comb 400 can perform both reverse hair formation and stroking (hair styling) of the reverse hair surface. In addition, since the reverse hair surface is patted (hairdressing) only the surface is trimmed, the tip portion of the comb teeth used in this hairstyling stays in a very short size range, and therefore the height dimension H shown in FIG. As a numerical example of ′, a range of about 1 mm to 10 mm is conceivable. Generally, if it is about 1 mm to 3 mm, it is sufficient to pat the reverse hair surface (hairdressing).

In addition, from the viewpoint of performing the trotting (hair styling) of the reverse hair surface, it is preferable that the tips of the middle comb teeth 420 have the same height. Therefore, among the above-described modifications, FIG. Any modification other than the tip height shown in FIGS. 19A to 19C can be applied to the comb 400 shown in FIG. 19, and the type having no gripping portion shown in FIG. Of course, the configuration of the modification shown can be applied.

FIG. 20 shows a modified comb 500 having a configuration in which the case shown in FIG. 5 and the case shown in FIG. 19 are combined with respect to the relationship between the lengths of the middle comb teeth and the outer comb teeth. That is, the comb 500 has a first range 500a near the comb protection portion 505a on the tip side in a range surrounded by comb protection portions 505a and 505b provided on both sides in the longitudinal direction (X-axis direction) of the comb body 502. 19 is the same as the configuration shown in FIG. 19, and the second range 500b near the comb protection portion 505b on the gripping portion 504 side is equivalent to the configuration shown in FIG.

Specifically, the middle comb teeth 520 located in the first range 500a among the plurality of middle comb teeth in the comb 500 have the same configuration as the middle comb teeth 420 shown in FIG. The middle comb teeth 620 located in the second range 500b have the same configuration as the middle comb teeth 20 shown in FIG. 5, and the outer comb teeth 517 (518). ) Is formed shorter than. The outer comb teeth 507 (508) located in the first range 500a are formed shorter than the comb protector 505a, like the outer comb teeth 407 (408) shown in FIG. 19, while the second range 500b. The outer comb teeth 517 (518) located at the same length as the outer comb teeth 7 (8) shown in FIG. 5 and the like are formed to have the same length as the comb protection portion 505a (505b). The middle comb teeth 520 of the first range 500a and the middle comb teeth 620 of the second range 500b are both provided on the same middle comb tooth 510. The modified comb 500 has the same configuration as that of the comb 1 shown in FIG.

The comb 500 of the modified example shown in FIG. 20 has the same structure as that of FIG. 19 in the first range 500a. It can be used for slicking (hairdressing), and can efficiently form reverse hairs with a uniform feel centered on the middle comb teeth 620 and outer comb teeth 517 (518) of the second range 500b. The tip portion of the outer comb tooth 517 (518) in the second range 500b can be used as a rough tooth, and the comb 500 of the modified example is advantageous in that one comb 500 can be used in various ways. In the comb 500, it is possible to apply a modification equivalent to the case described with reference to FIG. 19 to the first range 500a, and apply the above-described various modifications to the first range 500b. The configuration of the modified example shown in FIG. 20 can be applied to a type that does not have the gripping portion shown in FIG.

In the present invention, when combing the hair, the device is apt to generate resistance at the comb teeth, the interdental teeth, the bottom of the teeth, etc., so that a good tension can be obtained at the time of reverse hair setting, and the reverse can be performed efficiently. It is easy to form hairs, and the equality of the reverse hairs formed is also favorable.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Comb 2 Comb main body 4 Grip part 7, 8 Outer comb tooth 10 Middle comb tooth member 11 Base part 20 Middle comb tooth 25 1st tooth base 26 2nd tooth bottom 27 3rd tooth bottom 30 1st middle comb tooth 31 1st Range part 32 Step part 33 Second range part 40 Second middle comb tooth 50 Third middle comb tooth

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  1. In a comb in which a plurality of comb teeth protruding from a comb body having a longitudinal direction are arranged,
    The comb teeth form a step portion in the middle of the projecting direction,
    The first range portion from the tip side to the step portion of the comb teeth has a smaller dimension in the direction perpendicular to the protruding direction of the comb teeth than the second range portion from the step portions to the root side. Comb characterized by being.
  2. The comb according to claim 1, wherein the step portion is formed so as to be exposed between adjacent comb teeth.
  3. The said level | step-difference part is formed so that it may express on the outer periphery of the said comb tooth, when the said comb tooth is seen from the direction along the longitudinal direction of the said comb main body. Comb.
  4. The comb according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the stepped portion is formed obliquely with respect to the projecting direction so as to spread toward a base side of the comb tooth.
  5. The comb according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the first range portion is formed in a tapered shape so as to spread from the tip side to the stepped portion.
  6. The comb according to any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the second range portion is formed in a tapered shape so as to spread from the stepped portion to the root side.
  7. The comb according to any one of claims 1 to 6, wherein, among the plurality of comb teeth, tip heights of three or more adjacent comb teeth are made different from each other.
  8. 8. The base of any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein, among the plurality of comb teeth, the bottom depths of three or more roots between adjacent comb teeth are different from each other. The described comb.
  9. Parallel to the arrangement of the plurality of comb teeth formed with the stepped portion, a plurality of comb teeth not formed with the stepped portion are arranged,
    The comb according to any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein an interval between the comb teeth where the step portion is not formed is wider than an interval between the comb teeth where the step portion is formed. .
  10. Parallel to the array of the plurality of comb teeth formed with the stepped portion, and on both sides of the array, a plurality of comb teeth not formed with the stepped portion are respectively arranged.
    The interval between the comb teeth where the step portion is not formed is wider than the interval between the comb teeth where the step portion is formed,
    2. One of the plurality of comb teeth in which the step portion is formed is sandwiched on either side by one of the plurality of comb teeth in which the step portion is not formed. The comb according to claim 8.
  11. The comb according to claim 9 or 10, wherein the comb teeth in which the step portion is not formed are longer than the comb teeth in which the step portion is formed.
  12. The comb according to claim 9 or 10, wherein the comb teeth on which the step portions are formed are longer than the comb teeth on which the step portions are not formed.
  13. A part of the plurality of comb teeth in which the step portion is formed is longer than a comb tooth in which the step portion is not formed,
    11. The comb according to claim 9, wherein the other part of the plurality of comb teeth in which the stepped portion is formed is shorter than a comb tooth in which the stepped portion is not formed.
  14. The comb according to any one of claims 1 to 13, wherein a tooth bottom associated with the comb tooth in which the step portion is formed is formed to be convex at a central portion in the width direction of the comb body. .
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