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Automatic Pipe Cutting Machine

Author(s):

Gurunath Maruti Repe , Institute Of Knowledge College Of Engineering Pune; Prasad Popat Potghan, Institute Of Knowledge College Of Engineering Pune; Jagan P. Kinge, Institute Of Knowledge College Of Engineering Pune; Akshay D. Bhopale, Institute Of Knowledge College Of Engineering Pune; Prof. D. M. Wadhwankar, Institute Of Knowledge College Of Engineering Pune

Keywords:

Automation, PLC, Motor, Pneumatic System, Pipe Cutting

Abstract

To reduce the human effort for repetitive work of cutter pieces of pipes as well as providing a convenient fixture to support and hold the pipes/rods during cutting. The subject is undertaken as a part of B.E mechanical project. It can be termed as smart machine. Pipe Cutting Operation Plays Important Role in Pipe Extruding Industries. There are many industrial applications where round bars or square bars are required to be operated on different machines to make machine components such as Shafts, Bolts, Screws, etc. This needs more and more number of pieces to be cut for mass production of those components. The bar feeding mechanism is a metal cutting machine tool designed to feed the metal. The machine is exclusively intended for the mass production and they represent faster and more efficient way to feed the metal. The clamping arrangement can be varied according to the need of operations suitable. The overall system is compact in size, light weight, modular and flexible to be used in small works jobs that needs batch production. The setup overall configuration can be adopted by a semi-skilled worker easily and can vary the operations by making certain small changes. The system even has the potential to add up a PLC system to control its overall working with ease and with less effort provided. This system has the potential to adopt higher level of automation if desired in future.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV7I21358
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2019
Page(s): 1762-1763

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