Cam Operated, Paddle Driven Hammering Machine
Prajakta P. Desai, Swapnil S. Jadhav, Ashish S. Jadhav, Shubham S. Mane, Omkar Patil, Chinmay Joshi
Forging is the most common process in mechanical engineering and is also a business option for many people in India. The blacksmiths face problems like unavailability of electricity, less income etc. These problems are overcome in this research paper for such workers who carry out forging of light & medium metal objects. The project includes a cam which can be driven manually by chain-sprocket mechanism (paddle operated). The design of cam replicates hammering action producing impact blows. The construction of machine is simple, maintenance is easy, and is cost effective for blacksmiths. This machine is specially made for open die forging only.
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Unique Paper ID: 155714

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 1681 - 1684
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