Development of Sheet Metal Cutter with Less Human Efforts
Soham V. Kulkarni, Tanmay Nagpure, Abhijit Dehare, Vaibhav Kawade, D.N. Kashyap
Sheet cutter, Pneumatic, Automation, Machine, Hydraulics.
The sheet metal cutting machine is the soul of small-scale sheet industries. These industries primarily consist of simple hand cutters for cutting operations. Metal in the form of thin sheets is dealt with everyday applications in the manufacturing, production, etc. industries daily. They have a varied number of applications. Metal sheets are incapably taken into consideration for direct use for operations such as cutting, punching, blanking, bending, trimming, etc., and are supposed to be accomplished on the sheet itself for the extent of complete implementations. For these, mostly large-scale industries already have the use of hydraulically operated machinery. Due to hydraulic machines being of high capital, small-scale industries use simple hand-operated machines for achieving these operations on metal sheets. Problems upcoming with these hand machine is that they are slow, require human labor, and cannot be automated. This is the situation in which the framework of pneumatic is going to be evidence of the convenience, influence, and leverage that it brings to work. This machine shall be used for simple linear cutting operations. Pneumatic systems are of immense significance and provide great considerable advantages when sheet metals are needed to be operated in hazardous areas which are in constant contact with oil and gas refineries like one in chemical factories. Then, it was noticed that utilizing this system can be fruitful in terms of cutting preciseness, time productivity, and increased capacity for mass production as compared to traditional non-automated cutting machines. The machine can be easily shifted to any place simply and smoothly.
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Unique Paper ID: 154727

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 12

Page(s): 224 - 228
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