(19)
(11)EP 3 525 278 A1

(12)EUROPEAN PATENT APPLICATION
published in accordance with Art. 153(4) EPC

(43)Date of publication:
14.08.2019 Bulletin 2019/33

(21)Application number: 18791163.1

(22)Date of filing:  27.03.2018
(51)Int. Cl.: 
H01M 10/04  (2006.01)
H01M 10/42  (2006.01)
H01M 2/16  (2006.01)
H01M 10/0585  (2010.01)
(86)International application number:
PCT/KR2018/003625
(87)International publication number:
WO 2018/199484 (01.11.2018 Gazette  2018/44)
(84)Designated Contracting States:
AL AT BE BG CH CY CZ DE DK EE ES FI FR GB GR HR HU IE IS IT LI LT LU LV MC MK MT NL NO PL PT RO RS SE SI SK SM TR
Designated Extension States:
BA ME
Designated Validation States:
KH MA MD TN

(30)Priority: 26.04.2017 KR 20170053711

(71)Applicant: LG Chem, Ltd.
Seoul 07336 (KR)

(72)Inventors:
  • KIM, Won Nyeon
    Daejeon 34122 (KR)
  • PYO, Jung Kwan
    Daejeon 34122 (KR)
  • KU, Cha Hun
    Daejeon 34122 (KR)
  • KIM, Tae Kyu
    Daejeon 34122 (KR)

(74)Representative: Cabinet Plasseraud 
66, rue de la Chaussée d'Antin
75440 Paris Cedex 09
75440 Paris Cedex 09 (FR)

  


(54)LAMINATION DEVICE FOR SECONDARY BATTERY


(57) A lamination apparatus for a secondary battery, comprises: a roller part comprising a separator supply roller supplying a separator sheet and an electrode supply roller supplying an electrode sheet; a cutting part cutting the electrode sheet supplied by the electrode supply roller to manufacture a plurality of electrode plates; a first transfer part transferring the electrode plates cut by the cutting part at the same interval; an inspection part inspecting whether the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part are defective; a second transfer part transferring a normal electrode plate, which is determined as a normal electrode plate by the inspection part, of the electrode plates; and a lamination part thermally bonding the normal electrode plate transferred by the second transfer part to the separator sheet supplied by the separator supply roller.




Description

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATION



[0001] The present application claims the benefit of the priority of Korean Patent Application No. 10-2017-0053711, filed on April 26, 2017, which is hereby incorporated by reference in its entirety.

TECHNICAL FIELD



[0002] The present invention relates to a lamination apparatus for a secondary battery, and more particularly, to a lamination apparatus for a secondary battery, which inspects whether an electrode is defective before the electrode and a separator are thermally bonded to each other.

BACKGROUND ART



[0003] In general, secondary batteries are chargeable and dischargeable unlike primary batteries that are not chargeable and are widely used in electronic devices such as mobile phones, notebook computers, camcorders, and the like, electric vehicles, or the like.

[0004] Such a secondary battery comprises an electrode assembly and a case accommodating the electrode assembly, and the electrode assembly has a structure in which a separator and electrodes are vertically laminated.

[0005] The electrode assembly requires a lamination process of thermally bonding a separator to an electrode. That is, in the lamination space, the separator and the electrode, which are vertically laminated, are heated and bonded to each other to improve the bonding between the separator and the electrode.

[0006] However, although defective electrodes of the thermally bonded electrodes exist, the lamination process does not comprise a process of inspecting the electrodes. Thus, there has been a problem that a defective rate of the electrode assembly significantly increases.

DISCLOSURE OF THE INVENTION


TECHNICAL PROBLEM



[0007] The present invention has been made to solve the above problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a lamination apparatus for a secondary battery, which inspects whether an electrode is defective before a separator and the electrode are thermally boned to each other to significantly reduce a defective rate of an electrode assembly.

TECHNICAL SOLUTION



[0008] To achieve the above-described object, a lamination apparatus for a secondary battery, which thermally bonds a separator sheet to an electrode plate in a state in which the separator sheet and the electrode plate are laminated, according to the present invention comprises: a roller part comprising a separator supply roller supplying the separator sheet and an electrode supply roller supplying the electrode sheet; a cutting part cutting the electrode sheet supplied by the electrode supply roller to manufacture a plurality of electrode plates; a first transfer part transferring the electrode plates cut by the cutting part at the same interval; an inspection part inspecting whether the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part are defective; a second transfer part transferring a normal electrode plate, which is determined as a normal electrode plate by the inspection part, of the electrode plates; and a lamination part thermally bonding the normal electrode plate transferred by the second transfer part to the separator sheet supplied by the separator supply roller.

[0009] The inspection part may comprise s a photographing member photographing the electrode plate transferred by the first transfer part and an inspection member comparing a photograph of the electrode plate, which is photographed by the photographing member, with an inputted photograph of the electrode plate to inspect whether the electrode plate is defective.

[0010] The cutting part may cut the electrode sheet to manufacture an electrode plate on which an electrode tab is provided, and the inspection member may inspect whether a connected state of the electrode tab provided on the electrode plate is defective.

[0011] The inspection part may further comprise a discharge member discharging a defective electrode plate, which is determined as a defective electrode plate by the inspection member, from the first transfer part.

[0012] The first transfer part and the second transfer part may rotate at the same rotation rate to uniformly maintain a distance between the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part and the second transfer part, and when the defective electrode plate of the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part is discharged, the rotation rate of the first transfer part may increases more than that of the second transfer part to re-adjust a distance between a front electrode plate and a rear electrode plate with respect to the defective electrode plate.

[0013] When the discharge member discharges the defective electrode plate disposed on an end of the first transfer part in a transfer direction the first transfer part, the first transfer part increases in rotation rate to re-adjust a distance between a front electrode plate and a rear electrode plate with respect to the defective electrode plate.

[0014] The first transfer part may comprise a first conveyor belt transferring the electrode plates cut by the cutting part at predetermined intervals.

[0015] The first transfer part may further comprise a first adjustment roller adjusting a position of the electrode plate in a width direction of the electrode plate in a state of press-fitting a top surface of the electrode plate transferred by the first conveyor belt.

[0016] The second transfer part may comprise a second conveyor belt transferring the normal electrode plates, which are determined as normal electrode plates by the inspection part, at predetermined intervals.

[0017] The second transfer part may further comprise a second adjustment roller adjusting a position of the normal electrode plate in a width direction of the electrode plate in a state of press-fitting the normal electrode plate transferred by the second conveyor belt.

ADVANTAGEOUS EFFECTS



[0018] First: the lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to the present invention may inspect the electrode plate before the separator sheet and the electrode plate are thermally bonded to each other to remove the defective electrode plate. Thus, the normal electrode plate and the separator sheet may be thermally bonded to each other to significantly reduce the defective rate of the electrode assembly.

[0019] Second: the lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to the present invention may comprise the inspection part that photographs the electrode plate to compare a photographed image of the electrode plate with an inputted image of the electrode plate and thereby to inspect whether the electrode plate is defective. Thus, the defects of the electrode plate may be more accurately inspected through the inspection part.

[0020] Third: the inspection part of the lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to the present invention may comprise the discharge member for discharging and removing the electrode plate that is determined as a defective electrode plate to the outside to previously prevent the defective electrode plate from being thermally bonded to the separator sheet by the discharge member.

[0021] Fourth: the lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to the present invention may comprise the first and second transfer part for transferring the electrode plate. The first transfer part may increase in rotation rate when the defective electrode plate is discharged to uniformly maintain the distance between the electrode plates, which are respectively disposed at front and rear sides of the defective electrode plate. Thus, the electrode plates may be always transferred at the constant intervals.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS



[0022] 

FIG. 1 is a view of a lamination apparatus for a secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 2 is a view illustrating a state in which a normal electrode plate is transferred in the lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 3 is a view illustrating a state in which a defective electrode plate is inspected and discharged in the lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention.

FIG. 4 is a view illustrating a state in which a distance between the normal electrode plates is adjusted through rotation force of a first transfer part in the lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention.


MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION



[0023] Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings in such a manner that the technical idea of the present invention may easily be carried out by a person with ordinary skill in the art to which the invention pertains. The present invention may, however, be embodied in different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. In the drawings, anything unnecessary for describing the present invention will be omitted for clarity, and also like reference numerals in the drawings denote like elements.

[0024] [Lamination apparatus for secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention]

[0025] A lamination apparatus 100 for a secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention is configured to thermally bond a plurality of electrode plates 11, which are cut from a separator sheet 20 and an electrode sheet 10, to each other. Particularly, whether the electrode plates 11 are defective may be inspected before the separator sheet 20 and the electrode plate 11 are thermally bonded to each other to thermally bond only the normal electrode plate 11 to the separator sheet 20, thereby significantly reducing a defective rate of an electrode assembly that is manufactured through the above-described processes.

[0026] As illustrated in FIG. 1, the lamination apparatus 100 for the secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention comprises a roller part 110 supplying the separator sheet 20 and the electrode sheet 10, a cutting part 120 cutting the electrode sheet 10 to manufacture a plurality of electrode plates 11, a first transfer part 130 transferring the electrode plates 11 at predetermined intervals, an inspection part 140 inspecting whether the electrode plates 11 transferred by the first transfer part 130 are defective, a second transfer part 150 transferring the normal electrode plate 11a, which is determined as a normal electrode plate, of the electrode plates 11, and a lamination part 160 thermally bonding the normal electrode plate 11a to the separator sheet 20.

[0027] The roller part 110 comprises a separator supply roller 111 around which the separator sheet 20 is wound and an electrode supply roller 112 around which the electrode sheet 10 is wound. The separator supply roller 111 supplies the wound separator sheet 20 up to the lamination part 160, and the electrode supply roller 112 supplies the wound electrode sheet 10 up to the first transfer part 130.

[0028] Here, the electrode sheet 10 comprises a first electrode sheet and a second electrode sheet. Thus, the electrode supply roller 112 may comprise a first electrode supply roller supplying the first electrode sheet and a second supply roller supplying the second electrode sheet.

[0029] The first electrode sheet is a positive electrode sheet, and the second electrode sheet is a negative electrode sheet, and vice versa.

[0030] The cutting part 120 cuts the electrode sheet 10 supplied by the electrode supply roller 112 at predetermined intervals to manufacture the plurality of electrode plates 11, and the plurality of cut electrode plates 11 are supplied to the first transfer part 130 at predetermined intervals.

[0031] That is, the cutting part 120 comprises a cutting body disposed between the electrode supply roller 112 and the first transfer part 130 to move to the electrode sheet 10 and a cutting blade provided on the cutting body to cut the electrode sheet 10.

[0032] Here, the cutting part 120 may cut the electrode sheet 10 to manufacture the electrode plate 11 on which an electrode tab is formed.

[0033] The first transfer part 130 transfers the plurality of electrode plates 11 that are cut by the cutting part 120 up to the second transfer part 150 at predetermined intervals. That is, the first transfer part 130 comprises a first conveyor belt 131 transferring one or more electrode plates 11. The first conveyor belt 131 more stably transfers the plurality of electrode plates 11 up to the second transfer part 150.

[0034] The cut electrode plate 11 drops from the electrode sheet 10 by the cutting part 120 and then is seated on a front end of the first conveyor belt 131. Here, the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 may be irregularly seated to cause inaccurate inspection when defects of the electrode plates are inspected.

[0035] To previously prevent this problem, the cutting part 120 further comprises a first adjustment roller 132 constantly adjusting a position of the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131. The first adjustment roller 132 press-fits the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 and simultaneously adjusts a position of the electrode plate 11 in a width direction.

[0036] The first adjustment roller 132 adjusts a time taken to press-fit the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 to adjust a distance between the electrode plates 11 transferred through the first conveyor belts 131. That is, when a distance between the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 and the electrode plate in the front of the electrode plate 11 is relatively short, the first adjustment roller 132 extends the press-fitting time of the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 to adjust a distance between the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 and the electrode plate in the front of the electrode plate 11. When a distance between the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 and the electrode plate in the front of the electrode plate 11 is relatively long, the first adjustment roller 132 shortens the press-fitting time of the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 to adjust a distance between the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 and the electrode plate in the front of the electrode plate 11.

[0037] The inspection part 140 inspects whether the electrode plate 11 transferred by the first transfer part 130 is defective. That is, the inspection part 140 comprises a photographing member 141 photographing the electrode plate 11 transferred by the first transfer part 130 and an inspection member 142 comparing a photograph of the electrode plate photographed by the photographing member 141 with an inputted photograph of the electrode plate to inspect whether the electrode plate is defective.

[0038] Here, the inspection member 142 may inspect a connected state of an electrode tab provided on the electrode plate 11. That is, the inspection member inspects defects such as whether cracks occur between the electrode plate and the electrode tab or whether the electrode tab is folded to detect a normal signal if defects do not exist or an abnormal signal if the defects exist.

[0039] The inspection part 140 further comprises a discharge member 143 removing the defective electrode plate 11b from the first transfer part 130. The discharge member 143 adsorbs the defective electrode plate 11b transferred by the first transfer part 130 to remove the defective electrode plate 11b from the first transfer part 130, thereby preventing the defective electrode plate 11b from being transferred to the second transfer part 150.

[0040] Here, the first transfer part 130 and the second transfer part 150 rotate at the same rate to transfer the electrode plates 11 at predetermined intervals. Here, when the defective electrode plate 11b of the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part 130 is discharged, the rotation rate of the first transfer part 130 increases rather than that of the second transfer part 130 to adjust a distance between the front electrode plate and the rear electrode plate with respect to the defective electrode plate 11b. Thus, the distance between the front electrode plate and the rear electrode plate with respect to the defective electrode plate may be adjusted.

[0041] When the first transfer part 130 increases in rotation rate, the inspection part 140 may also increase in inspection speed.

[0042] Also, when the first transfer part 130 increases in rotation rate, the electrode supply roller 112 supplying the electrode sheet may also increase in rotation rate. Thus, the electrode plate 11 may be more stably supplied to the first transfer part 130.

[0043] When the electrode supply roller 112 increases in rotation rate, the cutting part 120 may also increase in cutting rate. Thus, the cutting part 120 may increase in cutting rate to match the supply rate of the electrode sheet. Therefore, the electrode plate 11 may be cut to a predetermined size.

[0044] The second transfer part 150 transfers the normal electrode plate 11a that is determined as a normal electrode plate by the inspection part 140 up to the lamination part 160.

[0045] That is, the second transfer part 150 comprises a second conveyor belt 151 transferring the normal electrode plate 11a transferred by the first transfer part 130 to the lamination part 160. The normal electrode plate 11a may be stably transferred up to the lamination part 160 by the second conveyor belt 151.

[0046] The second transfer part 150 further comprises a second adjustment roller 152 that uniformly adjusts a position of the normal electrode plate 11a transferred to the lamination part 160. The second adjustment roller 152 press-fits the normal electrode plate 11a disposed at an end of the second conveyor belt 151 and simultaneously adjusts a position of the normal electrode plate 11a in the width direction.

[0047] Here, the second adjustment roller 151 may adjust a time taken to press-fit the normal electrode plate 11a. Thus, a distance between the normal electrode plates 11a transferred to the lamination part 160 may be more uniformly adjusted.

[0048] The lamination part 160 thermally bonds the normal electrode plate 11a transferred by the second transfer part 150 to the separator sheet 20 supplied by the separator supply roller 111.

[0049] The lamination apparatus for the secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention may remove the defective electrode plate before the separator sheet and the electrode plate are thermally bonded to each other. Thus, after the secondary battery is manufactured, the defective rate may be significantly reduced.

[0050] [Lamination method for secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention]

[0051] Hereinafter, a lamination method using the lamination apparatus 100 for the secondary battery according to a second embodiment of the present invention will be described.

[0052] The lamination method for the secondary battery according to an embodiment of the present invention comprises a first step of supplying a separator sheet and an electrode sheet, a second step of cutting the electrode sheet to a predetermined size to manufacture a plurality of electrode plates, a third step of transferring the cut electrode plates at predetermined intervals, a fourth step of inspecting whether the transferred electrode plate is defective, a fifth step of transferring a normal electrode plate that is determined as a normal electrode plate, and a sixth step of thermally bonding the normal electrode plate to the separator sheet.

[0053] In the first step, each of the separator sheet 20 and the electrode sheet 10 is supplied through a roller part 110. That is, the roller part 110 comprises a separator supply roller 111 around which the separator sheet 20 is wound and an electrode supply roller 112 around which the electrode sheet 10 is wound. The separator supply roller 111 supplies the wound separator sheet 20 up to a lamination part 160, and the electrode supply roller 112 supplies the wound electrode sheet 10 up to a first transfer part 130.

[0054] Here, the separator supply roller 111 and the electrode supply roller 112 may have the same rotation rate. When the first transfer part 130 increases in rotation rate, the electrode supply roller 112 may also increase in rotation rate. Thus, a distance between the electrode plates 11 transferred to the first transfer part 130 may be uniformly maintained.

[0055] In second step, the electrode sheet 10 supplied by the electrode supply roller 112 may be cut by using a cutting part 120 to manufacture a plurality of electrode plates 11, each of which has a predetermined size. The plurality of manufactured electrode plates 11 drop to be seated on the first transfer part 130.

[0056] Here, the cutting part 120 may increase in cutting rate when the electrode supply roller 112 increases in rotation rate to more quickly supply the electrode sheet 10. Thus, the electrode plate 11 that has the always constant size may be manufactured.

[0057] In the third step, the electrode plates cut by the cutting part 120 are transferred at predetermined intervals. That is, the electrode plate 11 cut by the cutting part 120 drops to a front end of the first conveyor belt 131 of the first transfer part 130 and then is transferred up to the second transfer part 150 at predetermined intervals by the first conveyor belt 131.

[0058] Here, the electrode plates 11 seated on the conveyor 131 may be irregularly seated. The irregularly seated electrode plates 11 may be uniformly adjusted in position by the first adjustment roller 132.

[0059] That is, the first adjustment roller 132 is disposed at the front of the first conveyor belt 131 to which the cut electrode plate 11 is supplied from the cutting part 120, and a top surface of the electrode plate 11 seated on the first conveyor belt 131 is press-fitted, and simultaneously, the electrode plate 11 is adjusted in position in a width direction. Thus, the electrode plates 11 transferred through the first conveyor belt 131 may be disposed at the same position, and thus, the electrode plates 11 may be stably inspected through the inspection part 140.

[0060] In the fourth step, whether the electrode plate transferred to the first transfer part 130 is defective is inspected through the inspection part 140. That is, the inspection part 140 photographs the electrode plate 11 disposed on the first transfer part through the photographing member 141. Then, the image photographed by the photographing member 141 is compared with an inputted image of the electrode plate to inspect whether the electrode plate is defective through the inspection member 142. For example, the inspection member 142 inspects a connected state of an electrode tab provided on the electrode plate. Here, the inspection member 142 inspects whether cracks occurs between the electrode plate and the electrode tab, or whether the electrode tab is folded.

[0061] Here, in the fifth step, the normal electrode plate 11a that is determined as a normal electrode plate by the inspection part 140 may be transferred to the second transfer part 150, and a defective electrode plate 11b that is determined as a defective electrode plate by the inspection part 140 may be adsorbed through a discharge member and then removed from the first transfer part 130. Thus, the transfer of the defective electrode plate to the second transfer part 150 may be prevented to prevent the defective electrode plate from being thermally bonded to the separator sheet.

[0062] When the defective electrode plate 11b transferred to the first transfer part 130 is removed, the first transfer part 130 increases in rotation rate to re-adjust a distance between the front electrode plate and the rear electrode plate with respect to the removed defective electrode plate 11b. Thus, the distance between the front electrode plate and the rear electrode plate with respect to the removed defective electrode plate 11b may be uniformly maintained.

[0063] In the fifth step, the normal electrode plate 11a that is determined as a normal electrode plate by the inspection part 140 is transferred up to the lamination part 160 through the second transfer part 150.

[0064] That is, the second transfer part 150 comprises a second conveyor belt transferring the normal electrode plate 11a to transfer the normal electrode plates 11a at predetermined intervals through the second conveyor belt.

[0065] Here, the second transfer part 150 comprises a second adjustment roller 152 adjusting a position of the normal electrode plate 11a seated on the second conveyor belt 151. The second press-fits the normal electrode plate 11a seated on the second conveyor belt 151 and simultaneously adjusts a position of the normal electrode plate 11a in a width direction.

[0066] In the sixth step, the normal electrode plate 11a transferred by the second transfer part 150 and the separator sheet 20 supplied from the separator supply roller 111 are thermally boned to each other through the lamination part 160 manufacture a radical unit sheet.

[0067] The separator between the normal electrode plates corresponding to each other may be cut in the radical unit sheet to manufacture a radical unit. One or more radical units may be laminated to manufacture an electrode assembly, and the electrode assembly may be accommodated in a case to manufacture a secondary battery that is a finished product.

[0068] Accordingly, the scope of the present invention is defined by the appended claims rather than the foregoing description and the exemplary embodiments described therein. Various modifications made within the meaning of an equivalent of the claims of the invention and within the claims are to be regarded to be in the scope of the present invention.


Claims

1. A lamination apparatus for a secondary battery, which thermally bonds a separator sheet to an electrode plate in a state in which the separator sheet and the electrode plate are laminated, the lamination apparatus comprising:

a roller part comprising a separator supply roller supplying the separator sheet and an electrode supply roller supplying the electrode sheet;

a cutting part cutting the electrode sheet supplied by the electrode supply roller to manufacture a plurality of electrode plates;

a first transfer part transferring the electrode plates cut by the cutting part at the same interval;

an inspection part inspecting whether the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part are defective;

a second transfer part transferring a normal electrode plate, which is determined as a normal electrode plate by the inspection part, of the electrode plates; and

a lamination part thermally bonding the normal electrode plate transferred by the second transfer part to the separator sheet supplied by the separator supply roller.


 
2. The lamination apparatus of claim 1, wherein the inspection part comprises a photographing member photographing the electrode plate transferred by the first transfer part and an inspection member comparing a photograph of the electrode plate, which is photographed by the photographing member, with an inputted photograph of the electrode plate to inspect whether the electrode plate is defective.
 
3. The lamination apparatus of claim 2, wherein the cutting part cuts the electrode sheet to manufacture an electrode plate on which an electrode tab is provided, and
the inspection member inspects whether a connected state of the electrode tab provided on the electrode plate is defective.
 
4. The lamination apparatus of claim 2, wherein the inspection part further comprises a discharge member discharging a defective electrode plate, which is determined as a defective electrode plate by the inspection member, from the first transfer part.
 
5. The lamination apparatus of claim 4, wherein the first transfer part and the second transfer part rotate at the same rotation rate to uniformly maintain a distance between the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part and the second transfer part, and
when the defective electrode plate of the electrode plates transferred by the first transfer part is discharged, the rotation rate of the first transfer part increases more than that of the second transfer part to re-adjust a distance between a front electrode plate and a rear electrode plate with respect to the defective electrode plate.
 
6. The lamination apparatus of claim 5, wherein, when the discharge member discharges the defective electrode plate disposed on an end of the first transfer part in a transfer direction the first transfer part, the first transfer part increases in rotation rate to re-adjust a distance between a front electrode plate and a rear electrode plate with respect to the defective electrode plate.
 
7. The lamination apparatus of claim 1, wherein the first transfer part comprises a first conveyor belt transferring the electrode plates cut by the cutting part at predetermined intervals.
 
8. The lamination apparatus of claim 7, wherein the first transfer part further comprises a first adjustment roller adjusting a position of the electrode plate in a width direction of the electrode plate in a state of press-fitting a top surface of the electrode plate transferred by the first conveyor belt.
 
9. The lamination apparatus of claim 1, wherein the second transfer part comprises a second conveyor belt transferring the normal electrode plates, which are determined as normal electrode plates by the inspection part, at predetermined intervals.
 
10. The lamination apparatus of claim 9, wherein the second transfer part further comprises a second adjustment roller adjusting a position of the normal electrode plate in a width direction of the electrode plate in a state of press-fitting the normal electrode plate transferred by the second conveyor belt.
 




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