Development of Plastic Strip Making Machine Machine for Packaging Industry
Author(s):
Pranav R Vairagade , Nikhil S Bawankar, Abhijit S Ingle, Abhishek R Shahane, Tushar P Khandekar, Suijit R Dahaghane, Dr. Pankaj R Gajbhiye
Keywords:
PET bottles, Cutting, Design, Machine, Environment, Plastic waste, Packaging, recycling.
Abstract
We observed that, PET(Polyethylene Terephthalate) bottles cutting machine was designed to convert used PET bottles into strips for recycling. Starter tests and mechanical components were widely assessed on the theoretical plans to guarantee that the idea with ideal execution and proficiency is chosen. Cutting force is the resistance of material against the intrusion of the cutting tool. Plastic strip making machine used for cutting the plastic in small strips to make waste management easier. We are making this project model for recycling of plastic wastage in domestic area, industries, etc for packaging and other purpose. The accessible machines used to reuse this PET bottle are expensive. They packs this waste and offer them to the nearby preparing plants. So the way toward bundling and moving is much expensive. So our intension behind this project is to process the plastic bottle waste as cheap as possible by making strips where it is made for reducing cost of processing and transportation. Advantage of this machine is the decrease of work which brings about cost decrease.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 151740

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 870 - 875
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