IJMTES – MATERIAL HANDLING WITH SLOPE RAIL TROLLEY

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : A Peramanan | M Vigneswar | P Vignesh | M Sureshkumar | S Praveen

Volume 02 Issue 05  Year 2015 

ISSN no: 2348-3121

Page no: 21-25

Abstract— Material handling with slope rail trolley is the easiest way to transfer the material from lower surface to higher surface. This device is used to reduce the manual work of lifting the material. Especially this device designed for the CNC machine (Vertical Turning Lathe). The slope rail trolley is used for the loading and unloading purpose in CNC. Here the trolley transfers the material from the ground surface to the spindle. At present the industries were using the man power, zip cranes and conveyors. Instead of that if we used the slope rail it reduce the man power, electricity and production time. It will give high economic efficiency. This paper is to show the easiest way for handling the material in industry.

Keywords— Slope, Rail, Force, Efficiency, Material handling

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