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He has won the Overall World Cup title six times, in —98, in —03, in —05, in —06, in —08 and in — In , he won his first career medal at the junior world championships. His breakthrough came in when he featured on his first World Cup podium in a sprint race held in Bad Gastein , Austria. He obtained his first major victory on 11 January in an individual competition held in Antholz-Anterselva , Italy.

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The invention relates to a ski or similar device for sliding on snow having a mounting aid for a binding or for components thereof, which aid is mounted on the top face of the ski and is especially in the form of a binding plate, according to the preamble of claim 1. The present invention relates also to a process for the manufacture of such a ski and to a corresponding mounting aid as such. The arrangement of mounting aids in the form of so-called binding plates on the top face of a ski is generally known.

The binding plate is fastened to the top face of the ski by means of screws. In order for the screws to have sufficient hold in the ski or ski body, the ski body needs to be formed with separate reinforcement in the region in which the binding plate is fastened. As a rule, this is achieved by the integration of a solid wood core or of a separate mounting plate made of plastics or metal into the binding region of a ski or snowboard.

Clearly, such reinforcing inserts have an appreciable influence on the flexural strength and torsional rigidity of the ski, on the one hand, and on the flexibility of the ski, on the other hand. In addition, the weight of the ski is increased by a not inconsiderable amount by the conventional reinforcing inserts. It must also be borne in mind, in addition, that the binding plates fastened by means of screws are so fastened, at least at one end, that they are displaceable in the longitudinal direction relative to the ski.

For that purpose, the holes provided at that end of the binding plate for the fastening screws are formed as slots. The mentioned relative movability between binding plate and ski is necessary especially because the conventional binding plates usually consist of metal, especially aluminium, and thus exhibit mechanical properties that are clearly different from the mechanical properties of the ski.

The mentioned relative movability between binding plate and ski in the longitudinal direction of the ski naturally also influences the running performance of the ski to a not inconsiderable extent, so that the conventional constructions are distinguished by a number of disadvantages in terms of manufacturing technology and skiing technology, which the invention seeks to overcome.

The problem underlying the present invention is accordingly to create a ski of the kind mentioned at the outset that, from the point of view of the manufacturer, can be provided in a simple manner with a mounting aid, and that is distinguished especially by the fact that its running performance is not influenced, or is influenced only to an insignificant extent, by the mounting aid.

A further problem of the present invention is to provide a process for the manufacture of such a ski, and to provide a corresponding mounting aid. This problem is solved, in respect of a ski, by the characterising features of claim 1 , advantageous details of the construction according to the invention being described in claims 2 to In respect of the process according to the invention, reference is made to claim 14 ff.

Claim 17 ff. The core of the present invention resides in the fact that the mounting aid, especially in the form of a binding plate, is durably connected to the top face of the ski and in such a manner that ski and mounting aid form an integral constructional unit in terms of the mechanical properties, such as thermal expansion, tensile strength, flexural strength and torsional rigidity etc.

Ski and mounting aid are to be connected to one another as though to constitute a one-piece constructional unit. For that purpose, the mounting aid is preferably welded or bonded, especially over the whole surface, to the top face of the ski.

In terms of process technology, the application of the mounting aid can either take place after the ski has been produced or can be effected together with the top layer of the ski.

The latter method can be used especially when the mounting aid is to be welded to the top layer of the ski, which defines the top face of the ski. The welding technique is suitable especially when the mounting aid consists of plastics material or of a plastics laminate. Preferably, the mounting aid comprises a longitudinal guide with undercut for the longitudinal positioning and fixing of the binding or of binding components. Fixing is effected preferably by means of set screws, which are associated with the binding or the binding components and co-operate with the mounting aid.

Screw-fixing the binding or binding components in the ski is no longer necessary. Fastening screws act on the mounting aid only. Separate reinforcement of the ski in the binding region is accordingly also no longer necessary. It is naturally also no longer necessary for tapped holes to be formed in the ski body through the top face of the ski in order for the binding or binding components to be fastened to the ski.

Such a procedure is usually not carried out until the skis are sold, and accordingly necessitates separate devices, which are expensive to produce and naturally also expensive to operate, requiring skilled service personnel. All of those shortcomings can be overcome by a ski-integrated mounting aid in which the mounting aid is preferably so formed that the binding, or components of the binding, are displaceable, positionable and fixable in the longitudinal direction without any problem.

In a preferred embodiment, the mounting aid is in the form of a plate which is either T-shaped or U-shaped in cross-section, wherein, in the first case, the crosspiece extends spaced from, and parallel to, the top face of the ski, with the result that it is possible for the binding housing to engage beneath the two lateral longitudinal edges of the binding plate so formed.

In the latter embodiment, with the U-shaped binding plate, the two upwardly projecting arms thereof are each drawn inwards in the shape of a hook, with the result that a longitudinal guide rail is formed having longitudinal edges undercut on the inside which engage over a binding housing. After appropriate positioning, the binding or binding components are fixed to the binding plate using set screws, which act vertically on the binding plate.

The mounting aid or binding plate can be of one-part or alternatively two-part construction, corresponding to claim 7. In the case of a one-part arrangement, a front and a rear portion of the binding plate are connected to one another by a connection piece or similar connecting element. The connecting element may be of narrower form and also thinner wall thickness compared with the front and rear portions. It is especially of such dimensions that it holds together the front and rear portions of the binding plate without interfering with the flexibility of the ski.

Such a construction is possible when the connecting element is not joined fast, especially bonded, to the top face of the ski. It is crucial for the mounting aid to have approximately the same properties as the associated portion of the ski in terms of flexibility and torsion and also thermal expansion. Attention is also drawn to the fact that, when the mounting aid is bonded, the adhesive layer is extremely thin.

The adhesive layer should thus not define a damping volume. The bonding or welding, especially bonding or welding of the whole surface, provided in accordance with the invention, furthermore ensures that there are no stress points between mounting aid and ski that may result in the ski being overloaded to breaking point. The mounting aid preferably also has tapped holes for fixing a binding or binding components.

The mounting aid may also have, extending transversely to the longitudinal direction of the ski, snap-in ribs which cooperate with corresponding clamping wedges on the binding or binding components. In the following, a preferred embodiment of a ski formed in accordance with the invention, and of a corresponding binding plate, is explained in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings in which:. The embodiment of a mounting aid, in the form of a binding plate 10 , shown in plan view in FIG.

The three portions are connected to one another in one piece and consist preferably of a plastics material that is resistant to weathering which, in the arrangement and dimensions shown, imparts to the binding plate mechanical properties that correspond to those of the ski in the central binding portion. In FIGS. At the underside, or at the side facing the top face 32 of the ski FIG. The lugs 24 , 25 , 26 are an additional safeguard for integral attachment of the binding plate 10 on the ski top-face As already mentioned hereinabove, the binding plate 10 is to be welded or bonded, preferably over the whole surface, to the ski top-face The adhesive layer 33 is of maximum thinness in order to ensure that the binding plate 10 is bound as closely as possible to the ski, i.

The binding plate is to be connected, as it were, in one piece with the ski. In an extreme case it is even possible for the binding plate to be applied directly to the upper side of the ski core and encapsulated by the ski top-face layer. As can be seen clearly in FIG. The binding 28 according to FIG.

The rear portion 12 of the binding plate 10 is accordingly also formed solely for the attachment of a heel plate. For that purpose, the rear portion 12 has three tapped holes 16 , 17 , 18 spaced from one another in the longitudinal direction. This allows suitable positioning of a heel plate in the longitudinal direction of the ski irrespective of the boot size and the position of the boot heel 30 FIG.

Otherwise, the front portion 11 of the binding plate 10 is associated with the boot foresole 29 FIG. The connecting portion 13 is located in the region of the arch of the foot between foresole and boot heel. In FIG. The rear portion 12 of the binding plate 10 is bounded laterally by longitudinal edges 21 , 22 , which may likewise protrude laterally beyond the basic body of the binding plate 10 in the same way as the longitudinal edges 19 , 20 of the front portion 11 of the binding plate When the rear portion 12 of the binding plate 10 serves only for the attachment of a heel plate, however, the mentioned formation of the longitudinal edges 21 , 22 is not necessary.

The longitudinal positioning of the heel plate is effected by appropriate association with respect to the tapped holes 16 , 17 , 18 arranged spaced from one another.

The front portion 11 of the binding plate 10 is thus formed as a longitudinal guide with undercut for the longitudinal positioning and fixing of a binding 28 or components thereof, wherein the undercuts 35 , 36 are formed by the longitudinal side edges 19 , 20 of the front portion 11 of the binding plate 10 protruding laterally beyond the basic body of the binding plate and the front portion 11 thereof, and spaced from the top face 32 of the ski, in the manner shown in FIG.

The housing of the binding 28 engages beneath the undercuts 35 , In the embodiment shown here, there are formed at the two longitudinal edges 19 , 20 of the front portion 11 of the binding plate 10 detent notches 14 , 15 , which cooperate with corresponding snap-in elements on the housing of the binding By that means the binding 28 can be displaced stepwise in the longitudinal direction of the ski and preferably without using tools.

The housing of the binding 28 comprises snap-in elements, especially snap-in pins, associated with the detent notches 14 , 15 , which elements are resiliently prebiased into the snap-in position. The resilient prebiasing is to be manually releasable by moving the snap-in pins, by means of a pressure-lever mechanism, against the action of the resilient prebiasing into an out-of-snapped-in position. The housing of the binding 28 can then be displaced in the longitudinal direction of the ski until the snap-in pins on the binding snap back into the desired detent notches 14 , The detent notches 14 , 15 can alternatively be formed at the top side of the front portion 11 of the binding plate In any event, care must be taken that the snap-in connection is dimensioned to be strong enough for the binding 28 to remain securely positioned on the binding plate even in the event of relatively heavy loading.

An edge groove 31 , which runs around the underside of the binding plate and into which excess adhesive can escape, may also be provided. In principle, the binding plate can also be formed as an integral part of the top-face layer of the ski, that is to say for the top-face layer to be formed accordingly in the region of the binding.

Care would in that case obviously have to be taken for the dimensions to be appropriate, in order to ensure the strength necessary for the binding to be held securely. From the point of view of the manufacturer, either the binding plate 10 can be welded or bonded to the top face of the ski in a separate operating step after manufacture of the ski, or an alternative possibility is for the binding plate to be positioned on the ski body together with the ski top-face or the corresponding top layer after having previously been welded or bonded thereto.

A suitable welding process is preferably laser welding. In principle, a so-called friction-welding process is also possible. This is governed ultimately also by the materials that are to be welded to one another. In any event, bonding between ski top-face and binding plate is also suitable for ensuring a durable connection between ski top-face and binding plate, that is to say one which is also resistant to weathering.

When the binding plate 10 is bonded, preferably first of all the side thereof facing the ski top-face is provided with an adhesive so that the binding plate can then be positioned inside a positioning device—where necessary after prior removal of a protective film from the adhesive side—on the top face of the ski and bonded fast thereto. To increase the strength of adhesion between binding plate 10 and ski top-face, the ski top-face can be mechanically or chemically roughened at the adhesion site prior to bonding.

The core of the present invention thus lies in an essentially purely non-interlocking connection between mounting aid or binding plate 10 and ski or ski top-face This non-interlocking connection can, if necessary, be supplemented by an interlocking connection, as illustrated by the above reference to the nipple-like or stud-like lugs 24 , 25 , All of the features disclosed in the application documents are claimed as being important to the invention, insofar as they are novel, individually or in combination, with respect to the prior art.

Effective date : Year of fee payment : 4. Year of fee payment : 8. Ski or similar device for sliding on snow having a mounting aid for a binding 28 or for components thereof, which aid is mounted on the top face 32 of the ski and is especially in the form of a binding plate 10 , wherein the mounting aid or binding plate 10 is durably connected to the top face 32 of the ski in such a manner that ski 23 and mounting aid or binding plate 10 form an integral constructional unit in terms of the mechanical properties.

REFERENCE NUMERALS 10 binding plate mounting aid 11 front portion 12 rear portion 13 central connecting portion 14 detent notch 15 detent notch 16 tapped hole 17 tapped hole 18 tapped hole 19 longitudinal edge 20 longitudinal edge 21 longitudinal edge 22 longitudinal edge 23 binding portion of a ski 24 stud 25 stud 26 stud 28 binding 29 boot foresole 30 boot heel 31 edge groove 32 ski top-face 33 adhesive layer 34 boot 35 undercut 36 undercut.

A cross country ski according to claim 1 , wherein said binding plate has approximately the same values as the associated attachment portion in terms of properties including thermal expansion,. A cross country ski according to claim 1 , wherein said binding plate comprises a longitudinal guide with undercut operative to provide longitudinal positioning and fixing of the binding or of binding components.

A cross country ski according to claim 3 , wherein said binding plate is a plate having a cross-section selected from the group consisting of T-shaped and U-shaped cross-sections, the two upwardly projecting arms in the latter case each being oriented in a manner selected from the group consisting of drawn inwards and being directed to protrude laterally outwards. A cross country ski according to claim 1 , wherein at the side associated with the device top-face, the said binding plate has nipple lugs, said lugs corresponding to complementary recesses provided in the top face of the ski.

Ski with binding assembly aid, process for producing such a ski and corresponding assembly aid. Ski with binding assembly aid, method for production of such a ski and corresponding assembly aid.

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Anna Carin Zidek

The invention relates to a ski or similar device for sliding on snow having a mounting aid for a binding or for components thereof, which aid is mounted on the top face of the ski and is especially in the form of a binding plate, according to the preamble of claim 1. The present invention relates also to a process for the manufacture of such a ski and to a corresponding mounting aid as such. The arrangement of mounting aids in the form of so-called binding plates on the top face of a ski is generally known. The binding plate is fastened to the top face of the ski by means of screws. In order for the screws to have sufficient hold in the ski or ski body, the ski body needs to be formed with separate reinforcement in the region in which the binding plate is fastened.

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