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Title:Robotska paletizacija veder
Authors:Cerkvenik, Benjamin (Author)
Lerher, Tone (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Potrč, Iztok (Co-mentor)
Gotlih, Karl (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Cerkvenik_Benjamin_2017.pdf (4,44 MB)
MD5: A7D72C759E3C7C092E9F791BEA92628A
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FS - Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Abstract:Paletizer je stroj, ki avtomatsko zlaga komponente na paleto. Ročno zlaganje veder na paleto je zamudno in drago. Takšno delo terja tudi utrujenost in stres pri zaposlenih. Prvi mehanski paletizer je bil konstruiran in zgrajen leta 1948 v Združenih državah Amerike, in sicer v podjetju Lamson Corp. Robotska paletizacija se je prvič pojavila okoli leta 1980 s preprosto roko, ki spominja na ročni manipulator za zlaganje na palete. Pri robotski paletizaciji z dveh ločenih linij zlagamo vedra različnih dimenzij na palete. Na prvi liniji P1 se polnita dve vrsti veder, 12 in 18 litrov. Na drugi liniji pa se polnijo vedra štirih velikosti, in sicer 2, 5, 12 in 18 litrov. 12- in 18-litrska vedra se zlagajo neposredno na palete, 2- in 5-litrska vedra pa se najprej zložijo v škatle, nato se skozi posebni izhod z linije zlagajo na palete. Vedra in škatle tehtamo na kontrolnih tehtnicah, ki preverjajo ustreznost njihove teže. 12- in 18-litrska vedra zlagamo na paleto v različnih postavitvah. Ko se proces zlaganja zaključi, paleta z valjčnim transporterjem potuje do ovijalca, kjer se ovije s folijo. Preden je proizvod pripravljen za skladiščenje, se na vsako paleto nalepi še etiketa. Ko je postopek zaključen, je paleta pripravljena za transport do skladišča in pozneje tudi kupca.
Keywords:načrtovanje interne logistike, robotska celica, robotsko prijemalo, tehtanje in paletizacija veder, analiza učinkovitosti linije.
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[B. Cerkvenik]
Source:Maribor
UDC:621.869.82-52(043.2)
COBISS_ID:21181206 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:7R4JGJYY
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:08.08.2017

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Robotic palletizing of buckets
Abstract:A palletizer is a machine whose function is automatic stacking of components on pallets. Hand stacking of buckets on a pallet is time-consuming and expensive. This type of work produces fatigue and stress among employees. The first mechanical palletizer was designed and built in 1948 in the United States, by the company Lamson Corp. Robotic palletizing first appeared around 1980 with a simple arm that resembles a handheld manipulator for stacking on pallets. In robotic palletizing line in Šimanovci buckets are stacked on pallets in different sizes. On the other side of the line, there is a vertical lift that comes with a box, which is also stacked on pallets. Buckets and boxes are weighed on the scales to check the adequacy of their weight. All three different types of buckets are stacked on a pallet in a variety of layouts. When the process of stacking is completed, the pallet travels by roller conveyors to a foil stretcher, where it is wrapped in foil. Before a product is ready for storage, each pallet is carefully labelled. When the process is completed, the pallet is ready for transportation to the warehouse and later to the buyer.
Keywords:internal logistic planning, robotic cell, robotic hand, weighing and palletization, analysis of palletizing line efficiency.


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