Prodaid Engineers, the 40 years old vibratory bowl feeder manufacturer from Bangalore recently manufactured a bowl feeder with four outlets for feeding of a small metal part. The dimensions of the metal part were such that it was very difficult to orient and feed. The speed required was just 4 parts per minute per outlet and Prodaid achieved a speed of 20 parts per minute per outlet. A linear vibrator was provided at the end of the bowl feeder to make it convenient for the customer to pick up the parts. A centre distance of 50 mm was required to be maintained between each of the parts. The complete assembly was fixed on a single base plate to ensure ease of integration by the customer.
Thursday, 14 July 2016
Prodaid Engineers, the 40 years old vibratory bowl feeder manufacturer from Bangalore recently completed an order for feeding of a sheet metal part with a nut welded to the same. The speed required was 20 parts per minute. However, the achieved speed or feed rate was 40 parts per minute. The part was having a M6 Nut welded to it and was 30 mm in length x 15 mm in width. The requirement was to get the part in widthwise manner with the nut being at the top. The requirement of the customer was to feed the part width wise into a vertical chute of the chute. Along with the bowl feeder, Prodaid supplied a single post stand with height adjustment and also a linear vibrator with a horizontal chute which was made vertical at the end to match the vertical chute of the customer.
Prodaid Engineers, the 40 years old vibratory bowl feeder manufacturer from Bangalore recently completed an order for a SPM manufacturer for supplying a vibratory bowl feeder for feeding of Engine Valves. Usually, most manufacturers require the engine valves with the head up on a rail. However, in this case, the requirement was to get the same in rolling orientation where the head was away from the bowl centre. Hence, Prodaid used its Model PA-55 for this purpose. The engine valves were first oriented with head up and then twisted in the bowl itself to make them come out of the bowl in rolling orientation. A speed of 30 parts per minute was provided as against the required speed of 12 parts per minute.