Universalization of the elastic system of vibration feeders with vertical electromagnetic vibration drive


Keywords: vibration transport, performance, vibration feeder, working efficiency, versatility, elastic system, terminal clamp

Abstract

Vibrating feed bins with electromagnetic drive are widely used in the automation of production processes in mechanical engineering and instrument engineering. They are used for feeding miniature, small, or medium-sized parts to automated production equipment. This equipment is used in automatic lines, automated complexes, or any other flexible automated production facilities. These devices are most widely used for loading parts to assembly positions in automated assembly complexes. In this case, the parts fed to these positions must be located in a certain stable position. Various orientation tools are used for this purpose. They are located directly on the transport trays in the bins of these devices. Therefore, for reliable operation of orientation devices, the movement of parts on the trays should be smooth without sensitive tossing. The designs of vibrating hopper feeders with a hopper connected to a reactive plate by a directional elastic system in the form of a lattice torsion bar are considered. An electromagnetic vibration exciter is placed between the torsion flanges. The disadvantage of such vibration feeders is low productivity in operating modes, especially when there are increased requirements for the smooth movement of transported parts. An increase in the productivity of such feeders is carried out by increasing the amplitude of hopper vibrations in the direction of movement of parts, that is, the horizontal component of vibrations. However, this also leads to an increase in the vertical component, since vibrations are carried out at an angle to the feeder transport tray. When the vertical component of vibrations increases, the transportation of parts switches to the intensive tossing mode. A further increase in the oscillation amplitude leads to a violation of the normal mode of vibrational transport. Modern production involves the modernization of existing structures, as well as the creation of new models of machines with high technical and economic indicators Therefore, the universalization of existing equipment and the development of new machine schemes is an important task for developers and manufacturers of technological equipment, since even a minimal improvement in its technological or operational indicators can lead to a significant economic effect. The paper considers a complex of additional elements used that make it possible to universalize the design of vibrating hopper feeders with electromagnetic drives having a directional elastic system. These changes make it possible to adjust the horizontal component of the device hopper vibrations at a constant vertical one. Additional structural elements are proposed that increase the range of application of such feeders.

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2022-06-28
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Bespalov, A., & Svidrak, I. (2022). Universalization of the elastic system of vibration feeders with vertical electromagnetic vibration drive. Scientific Messenger of LNU of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnologies. Series: Food Technologies, 24(97), 41-45. https://doi.org/10.32718/nvlvet-f9707

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