the factory making the panel packaging machine with film panel show solar panels

[16] As defined earlier mentioned, the current invention offers an panel product packaging range for horizontally packing a slender film exhibit panel, which is made in order that a stacking structure 100 and a sitting work surface of any seats phase 200, getting in touch with a received lean film show panel, are shaped to correspond to the slender film display panel to be able to safely and securely move and transport the panel, and which is created so the stacking structure 100 as well as the seating step 200 have various densities to face up to additional shocks. Thus, according to this invention, it is easier to handle and material costs are lower, thereby manufacturing costs are low and the panel packaging line is very economical, in comparison with a conventional packing box.

[17] Further, this creation fails to makes use of an additional protecting model to protect a push circuit that is supplied with a back surface of the thin film display panel M, as opposed to the before craft. Therefore, this innovation gets rid of side effect and inconvenience due to the using the extra guarding system, whilst properly acknowledging a panel packing functionality and completely absorbing shocks produced during very long-distance travel. A recess 210 is supplied to prevent interference with all the drive circuit Ml that is provided in the again surface of the lean film display panel, as a result stopping the drive circuit Ml from becoming damaged. [18] Moreover, it really is possible to variably change the volume of layered packing panel packaging linees. The present creation can do increasing the volume of slim film exhibit panels which may be stuffed in a packing panel wrapping line having a predetermined size, thus reducing the volume of shipments and transportation expenses.

Brief Description of your Drawings [19] FIG. 1 is a sectional view to show using a conventional packing container for panel packaging line a slender film display panel; [20] FIG. 2 is a perspective view to show an panel packaging line for horizontally packing a thin film display panel, according to an embodiment of the present invention; [21] FIG. 3 is really a perspective view to exhibit their state where the panel packing panel packaging linees on this technology are layered; [22] FIG. 4 is really a sectional see to indicate the state the location where the panel packing panel product packaging linees on this invention are layered; [23] FIG. 5 is a perspective view to show reinforcing pins which are provided on the panel packaging line for horizontally packing the thin film display panel, according to this invention; [24] FIG. 6 is a perspective view to exhibit the state the location where the panel packing panel product packaging linees obtaining the strengthening pins with this technology are layered; [25] FIG. 7 is really a sectional look at to demonstrate their state the location where the panel packing panel product packaging linees finding the strengthening pins on this creation are layered; [26] FIG. According to this invention; [27] FIG, 8 is a perspective view to show reinforcing bars which are provided on the panel packaging line for horizontally packing the thin film display panel. 9 can be a sectional view to indicate their state in which the panel packing panel product packaging linees getting the strengthening bars of this invention are layered; [28] FIG. According to another embodiment of the present invention; [29] FIG, 10 is a perspective view to show panel packing panel packaging linees which are laterally coupled to each other. 11 is a perspective view to show panel packing panel packaging linees which are laterally coupled to each other and are provided with reinforcing pins, according to another embodiment of the present invention; and [30] FIG. 12 is a partially cutaway perspective view to show panel packing panel packaging linees which are laterally coupled to each other and are provided with reinforcing bars, according to another embodiment of the present invention.