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Publication numberUS20080083094 A1
Publication typeApplication
Application numberUS 11/543,851
Publication dateApr 10, 2008
Filing dateOct 6, 2006
Priority dateOct 6, 2006
Publication number11543851, 543851, US 2008/0083094 A1, US 2008/083094 A1, US 20080083094 A1, US 20080083094A1, US 2008083094 A1, US 2008083094A1, US-A1-20080083094, US-A1-2008083094, US2008/0083094A1, US2008/083094A1, US20080083094 A1, US20080083094A1, US2008083094 A1, US2008083094A1
InventorsHan-Peng Hsu, Pei-Yeh Hsieh, Wei-Chia Hsu, Wei-Shin Hsu
Original AssigneeHan-Peng Hsu, Pei-Yeh Hsieh, Wei-Chia Hsu, Wei-Shin Hsu
Export CitationBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Cable tie
US 20080083094 A1
Abstract
A cable tie includes: a belt body with a gear portion and a through portion. The through portion with a cross-hole forms on one end of the belt body and there is a first against-block and a second against-block forms inside the cross-hole and protrudes in different direction. Those against-blocks can against with the gear on the belt body.
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Claims(7)
1. A cable tie, comprising:
a belt body with gears thereon;
a through portion with a cross-hole forms on one end of the belt body and there is a first against-block and a second against-block forms inside the cross-hole and protrudes in different direction and the against-block can against with the gear on the belt body.
2. The cable tie as claimed in claim 1, wherein the first against-block forms on the bottom wall of the cross-hole and protrude to a first direction and the second against-block forms on the top wall of the cross-hole and protrude to a second direction; when the belt body insert into the through portion in the first direction, the gears of the belt body against with the second against-block on the top wall of the cross-hole and when the belt body insert into the through portion in the second direction, the gears of the belt body against with the first against-block on the bottom wall of the cross-hole.
3. The cable tie as claimed in claim 1, wherein the cross-hole has two orientation portions and two fixing portion that forms beside the first against-block and the second against-block for orienting the belt body.
4. A cable tie, comprising:
a belt body with a first contact face and a second contact face thereon and both of those contact face has a partial gear portion;
a through portion with a cross-hole forms on one end of the belt body and a first against-block and a second against-block forms on the same side of the cross-hole and protrudes in different direction; the against-block can against with the gear portion on the contact face.
5. The cable tie as claimed in claim 4, wherein the first contact face has a first side portion and the second contact face has a second side portion; each of the gear portion on the belt body forms on the corresponding side portion and against with the against-block in different direction.
6. The cable tie as claimed in claim 1, wherein the first against-block forms on the bottom wall of the cross-hole and protrudes to the first direction; a second against-block forms on the bottom wall of the cross-hole and protrudes to the second direction; when the belt body insert into the through portion in the first direction, the gear portion on the first side portion against with the first against-block and when the belt body insert into the through portion in the second direction, the gear portion of the second side portion against with the second against-block.
7. The cable tie as claimed in claim 1, there are two orientation portions forms on the through portion beside the first against-block and the second against-block for orienting the belt body.
Description
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

1. Field of the Invention

The present invention relates to a bind device and more particularly to a cable tie which can use in different directions.

2. Description of the Related Art

In prior art, a cable tie usually has a belt body and a through portion. There is plurality of gears lining up on one side of the belt body and the through portion has an against-block. The user circles those wires or crops with the belt body and passes one end of the belt body through the through portion. The belt body will bind those wires or crops tight and the gears on the belt body will be jammed in the through portion by the against-block. By the way, the belt body can not move in reverse direction.

However, there are some disadvantages in the prior art. One of the disadvantages is the belt body only can pass through the through portion in one direction. The against-blocks protrude in a certain angle to jam the belt body which has gears lines up on only one side. This limitation reduces the operation convenience and the practicability.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The first object of the present invention is providing a cable tie with the belt body can pass through the trough portion in different direction and increase the operation convenience.

The first object of the present invention is providing a cable tie that the against-block of the through portion can fix on the through portion in different direction and at different location to increase the practicability.

To achieve this object of the present invention, the cable tie of present including a belt body with gears thereon. A through portion forms on one end of the belt body with a cross-hole. The cross-hole forms a first against-block and a second against-block protrude in different direction and those against-blocks can against with the gear on the belt body.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1 is a front view of the first embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 2 is a section view at line 3-3 of the first embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 3 is a diagram view in first direction of the first embodiment of present invention;

FIG. 4 is a diagram view in second direction of the first embodiment of present invention;

FIG. 5 is a front view of the second embodiment of the second embodiment of present invention;

FIG. 6 is a back view of the second embodiment of the second embodiment of present invention;

FIG. 7 is a section view at line 1-1 of the second embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 8 is a section view at line 2-2 of the second embodiment of the present invention;

FIG. 9 is a diagram view in first direction of the second embodiment of present invention;

FIG. 10 is a diagram view in second direction of the second embodiment of present invention.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

Referring to FIG. 1 to FIG. 4, a cable tie 10 of the first embodiment of present invention includes a belt body 20 and a through portion 30.

The belt body 20 has a first contact face 22 with gears 26 thereon. The through portion 30 with a cross-hole 31 forms on one end of the belt body 20. There is a first against-block 33 and a second against-block 35 formed inside the cross-hole 31. The first against-block 33 forms on the bottom wall 312 of the cross-hole 31. There is a first gear portion 36 on the back side of the first against-block 33. There are two orientation portions 38 that separated by the first against-block 33 on the bottom wall 312 of the cross-hole 31 moreover. The second against-block 35 formed on the top wall 314 of the cross-hole 31. There is a second gear portion 37 on the back side of the first against-block 33. There are two fixing portions 39 that separated by the second against-block 35 on the top wall 314 of the cross-hole 31.

Referring to FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, when the free end of the belt body 20 insert into the through portion 30 in the first direction (A), the gears 26 of the belt body 20 against with the second gear portion 37 of the second against-block 35 in contrary direction. In the same way, when the free end of the belt body 20 insert into the through portion 30 in the second direction (B), the gears 26 of the belt body 20 against with the first gear portion 36 of the first against-block 33 in contrary direction. So, no matter the first direction (A) or the second direction (B) the free end of the belt body 20 inserts, the belt body can not be moved in contrary direction after the free end inserted into the through portion.

Referring to FIG. 5 to FIG. 10, a cable tie 10A of the second embodiment of present invention includes those basic structures almost as the same as the first embodiment. The different structures in the second embodiment of present invention are the belt body has a first contact face 22A and a second contact face 24A as shown in FIG. 5 to FIG. 8. The first contact face 22A has a first side portion 222A and a first gear portion 223A forms on it. The second contact face 24A has a second side portion 242A and a second gear portion 243A forms on it. The through portion 30A provides a cross-hole 31A and a first against-block 33A forms on the bottom wall of the cross-hole. A second against-block 35A forms on the bottom wall of the cross-hole beside the first against-block 33A. The first against-block 33A protrudes to the first direction in a certain angle and the second against-block 35A protrudes to the second direction in a certain angle also. On the back side of both the first against-block 33A and the second against-block 35A provides a gear portion 37A. Beside the first against-block 33A and the second against-block 35A, there are two orientation portions 38A forms on the through portion 30A separately for orienting the belt body 20A.

Referring to FIG. 9 and FIG. 10, when the free end of the belt body 20A insert into the through portion 30A in the first direction (A), the first gear portion 223A on the first side portion 222A against with the gear portion 37A of the first against-block 33A in contrary direction. When the free end of the belt body 20A insert into the through portion 30A in the second direction (B), the second gear portion 243A of the second contact face 24A against with the gear portion 37A of the second against-block 35A in contrary direction.

As aforesaid, hereinafter are the advantages of present invention.

First, the cable tie of present invention with the free end of the belt body can insert into the through portion in different direction increases the operation convenience.

Second, the cable tie of present invention with the against-block of the through portion can set on the through portion in different direction and at different location increases the practicability.

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Classifications
U.S. Classification24/16.0PB
International ClassificationB65D63/00
Cooperative ClassificationB65D63/1081, B65D63/1072
European ClassificationB65D63/10B3P2, B65D63/10B3P1