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

Author’s Name : Devanandhini N | Prema D  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 06 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 150-153

Abstract – This paper presents an automation of packaging and to automate the feeding of raw material using Controllers programmable logic controller. The idea is to automate the process of placing the materials inside a box, detecting good and bad items in terms of weight, and sealing using a packaging tape. The purpose of the study is to replace the manual system being used in the industry, compare the time, and manpower requirement for both the existing system with the proposed automated system. CLIP ON WEIGHTS is used in 3-D alignment of car wheels. It is manufactured in the company using Pressure Die Casting Machine (PDC). The clip on weight is made in three different materials such as Lead, Tin and Steel. It is also made at different weights (in gms). The raw material that is feed into the PDC is controlled manually. This causes human errors and leads to defective products. The molten metal level in the furnace is difficult to be measured using Level Sensor, and the packaging is done manually. Hence I control the level by measuring the output product weight and according to that weight the raw material is fed into the machine and by doing this the machine will operate without any interruption and the product is packed automatically. The purpose of the project is to replace the manual system being used in the industry, compare the time, and manpower requirement for both the existing system with the proposed automated system.

KeywordsPressure Die Casting Machine (PDC); CLIP ON WEIGHTS; manpower requirement; Level Sensor ; Packaging, Peripheral Interface Controller, Programmable Logic Controller, Load Sensor, IR Sensor DC Motor, LCD display. 


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