Presentation Title

ITW Deltar Model Factory

Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Aram Agajanian

Project Type

Senior Design Project

Scholarship Domain(s)

Scholarship of Community Application

Presentation Type

Presentation

Abstract

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The project given to the design team was a request from ITW Deltar to improve their packaging system for some production machines in cell C. The primary goal of the project is to optimize the safety and workflow of the packaging systems in cell C. The safety of the packaging system will be determined using the REBA risk assessment number. The workflow improvement is determined through analysis of the packaging time and the walking distances of the workers.

The design team identified the functional requirements and design constraints that need to be met. These functional requirements include the packaging system ending with the filled box on a table or elevated surface, leaving at least two feet of space to walk in between the machines, and decreasing the distance from the filled box to the packaging station for the said machine.

Our designs focus specifically on moving parts of the floors and out of the isles, counting parts or weighing boxes, and different styles of tables to package the products. Some design alternatives we have created include a lift belt conveyor to a part diverter, a lift belt conveyor to a part container, and a roller conveyor to a packaging table.

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Connect: https://olivet.zoom.us/j/122805871

The project given to the design team was a request from ITW Deltar to improve their packaging system for some production machines in cell C. The primary goal of the project is to optimize the safety and workflow of the packaging systems in cell C. The safety of the packaging system will be determined using the REBA risk assessment number. The workflow improvement is determined through analysis of the packaging time and the walking distances of the workers.

The design team identified the functional requirements and design constraints that need to be met. These functional requirements include the packaging system ending with the filled box on a table or elevated surface, leaving at least two feet of space to walk in between the machines, and decreasing the distance from the filled box to the packaging station for the said machine.

Our designs focus specifically on moving parts of the floors and out of the isles, counting parts or weighing boxes, and different styles of tables to package the products. Some design alternatives we have created include a lift belt conveyor to a part diverter, a lift belt conveyor to a part container, and a roller conveyor to a packaging table.