|Title of Invention||
HEADLAMP FAIRING ASSEMBLY OF A MOTORCYCLE
|Abstract||This invention relates to "Motorcycle headlamp fairing assembly" wherein the said assembly comprises visor which is attached to the housing by riveting or fastening with screws in such a way that these screws or the rivets are not visible externally on the surface to the naked eye and gives better aesthetic appeal of the headlamp fairing assembly.|
Field of invention:
This invention in general relates to auto mobile. In particular this invention relates to scooter type motor cycle. The present invention relates to "Motorcycle headlamp fairing assembly".
State of Art
Various forms of headlamp fairing assemblies used on front part of motorcycles are well known in the art. One such known design is a two-piece structure. Generally, such conventional assembly consists of an opening for housing the headlamp and a visor attached to it. In this design the visor is attached to the housing by riveting or fastening with screws. These screws or the rivets are visible to the naked eye and does not give aesthetic appearance. These externally exposed screws or rivets gets rusted/corroded over a period of time giving a bad image to the product. Further these screws or rivets tend to loosen over a period of time and results in vibration and noise. The vibration damage the surface of the visor causing further damage to the appearance to the vehicle. It is therefore an object of this invention to provide an improved fastening arrangement of visor with the headlamp housing, which is capable of solving this problem.
Many device are already known in the art. However, the known devices suffer from various drawbacks.
Accordingly what is need in the art is an improvement that overcomes the above mentioned deficiencies of the prior art.
It is to be noted that the prior art description give in detail information of the technology, method, process and device known in the art. It explain
the deficiency in the related art and the object of the invention being to overcome or surmount the problem associated with the prior art. This forms the essential feature and the object of the invention.
SUMMARY OF INVENTION
The company have made great effort to provide a device which meet the requirement of the industry and overcome the problem associated in the prior art.
To achieve the above object according to first aspect and feature of the present invention there is provided a device to improve efficiency.
According to second aspect and feature of the invention in addition to the first feature the invention comprises a device which is unique, rugged efficient, economical.
At the outset, the description which follows it is to be understood that ensuing description only illustrate a particular form of this invention. However, such particular form is only an exemplary embodiment without intending to imply any limitation on the scope of this invention. Accordingly, the description is to be understood as an exemplary embodiment and reading of the invention is not intended to be taken restrictively.
The above and other objects features and disadvantages will be clear from the following description of preferred embodiment taken in conjunction with accompanying drawings.
The foregoing description is outlined rather broadly preferred and alternative feature of the present invention so that those skilled in the art
may better understand the detailed description of the invention that follows. Additional features of the invention will be described hereinafter that form the subject of claims of the invention. Those skilled in the art should appreciate that they can readily use the disclosed conception and specific embodiment as a basis for designing and modifying other structures for carrying out the same purposes of the present invention. Those skilled in the art should realize such equivalent conception do not depart from the spirit and scope of the invention in its broadest form.
"Motorcycle headlamp fairing assembly"' wherein the said assembly
comprises visor which is attached to the housing by riveting or fastening
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with screws in such a way that these screws or the rivets are not visible externally on the surface to the naked eye and gives better aesthetic appeal of the headlamp fairing assembly.
The accompanying drawings are intended to provide further understanding of invention and is incorporated in and constitute a part of invention. The drawings illustrate an embodiment of invention and together with the description illustrate principle of invention.
The drawings should not be taken as implying any necessary limitation on the essential scope of invention.
The drawings are given by way of non-limitative example to explain the nature of the invention.
For a more complete understanding of the instant invention reference is now made to the following description taken in conjunction with accompanying drawings.
The various features of novelty which characterize the invention are pointed out specifically in the claims which forms part of description. For a better understanding of the invention, its a operating advantage, specific objects obtained by its use, reference should be made to the drawings and descriptive matter which are illustrated and described in the preferred embodiments of invention.
Statement of drawings
Referring now to drawings, where like numerals designate identical or
corresponding parts throughout the referred views. _ __
The invention will now be explained with reference to the following figures:
Figure 1 is side view of a motorcycle on which a fairing assembly is mounted according to present invention.
Figure 2 is the front view of the fairing assembly of the proposed invention.
Figure 3 is the connecting details of the housing lamp with the visor of the proposed invention.
Detailed description of an embodiment of invention:
Referring to figure 1, 1 designates a fairing assembly for a motorcycle M embodying the present invention, which is comprised of a headlamp housing 2 made of ABS plastic. A headlamp H is fitted in an opening 3 formed in the front portion of the housing 2. On the front upper part of the housing 2, there is fitted a visor 4 made of synthetic resin. The construction of the fitting part will be described in the following paragraph.
The inner surface of the housing consists of six moulded bosses 5. The visor 4 also consists of six moulded bosses 6 on the inner surface, the bottom surface of which sits on the top surface of the bosses 5. Self-tapping screws S are used to fasten the visor to the headlamp housing from inside. The bosses on the said visor and housing are positioned in the same mould eject direction.
The invention has been explained in relation to specific embodiment. It is inferred that the foregoing description is only illustrative of the present invention and it is not intended that the invention be limited or restrictive thereto. Many other specific embodiments of the present invention will be apparent to one skilled in the art from the foregoing disclosure. All substitution, alterations and modification of the present invention, which come within the scope of the following claims, are to which the present invention is readily susceptible without departing from the spirit of the invention.
The scope of invention should therefore be determined not with reference to the above description but should be determined with reference to appended claims along with full scope of equivalents to which such claims are entitled.
1. "Motorcycle headlamp fairing assembly" wherein the said assembly comprises visor which is attached to the housing byriveting or fastening with screws from inside and not visible externally on the surface.
2. "Motorcycle headlamp fairing assembly" as claimed in claim 1 wherein a fairing assembly for a motorcycle embodying the present invention, which is comprised of a headlamp housing made of ABS plastic, a headlamp is fitted in an opening formed in the front portion of the housing, on the front upper part of the housing, there is fitted a visor made of synthetic resin.
3. "Motorcycle headlamp fairing assembly" as claimed in claim 1 wherein fitting part is such that, the inner surface of the housing consists of six enmoulded bosses, the visor also consists of six enmoulded bosses on the inner surface, the bottom surface of which sits on the top surface of the bosses, self-tapping screws are used to fasten the visor to the headlamp housing from inside.
4. Motorcycle headlamp fairing assembly" as claimed in claim 1 wherein the said bosses of the said housing and said visor are located in the same mould eject direction.
5. " Motorcycle head lamp fairing assembly as described in the complete specification and as illustrated by way of drawings accompanying the complete specification.
|Indian Patent Application Number||184/CHE/2004|
|PG Journal Number||38/2010|
|Date of Filing||04-Mar-2004|
|Name of Patentee||TVS MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED|
|Applicant Address||JAYALAKSHMI ESTATES #8, HADDOWS ROAD CHENNAI 600 006|
|PCT International Classification Number||B60Q1/00|
|PCT International Application Number||N/A|
|PCT International Filing date|