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ME 2356 DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECT DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PAPER CUTTING MACHINE USING GENEVA MECHANISM.

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1 ME 2356 DESIGN AND FABRICATION PROJECT DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PAPER CUTTING MACHINE USING GENEVA MECHANISM

2 Mr. K.DHAKSHNA MURTHI AP/MECH, DEPT. OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROJECT GUIDE: PROJECT MEMBERS: 1.E.PARTHASARATHI ( ) 2.V.PRASANNA ( ) 3.J.SAKTHIVEL ( ) 4.M.SUBASH ( )

3 ABSTRACT The design and fabrication of paper cutting machine using Geneva mechanism is very useful to cut papers in equal and accurate dimensions. Geneva drive is an indexing mechanism that converts the continuous motion into intermittent motion. Due to the intermittent motion, the paper is moved between the time intervals of cutting periods. Then the paper cutting is achieved by the crank and lever mechanism. The cutter will be back to its original position by the spring effect.

4 OBJECTIVES: 1.To cut the paper in accurate and equal dimensions. 2.To reduce the time for marking the dimension in paper. 3.To get the paper cutting machine in low cost. 4.To design the machine in compact size.

5 INTRODUCTION 1.The paper cutting machine is designed, in order to reduce the time for marking and cutting the papers. Geneva mechanism is commonly used indexing mechanism where an intermittent motion is required. 2.The fabrication of conventional Geneva mechanism is generally simple and inexpensive. Because there is no special curved profile on any of the components except straight lines and circular arcs.

6 3.The paper cutting is done by crank and lever mechanism. After cutting, the spring connected to the cutter will bring the cutter back to its original position. 4.The main purpose of this machine is to reduce time for marking the papers. Hence, this machine is working fully based on timing.

7 MECHANISMS 1. Geneva wheel mechanism The Geneva mechanism is used here to get the intermittent motion. This Geneva mechanism is also called as indexing mechanism.

8 2.CRANK AND LEVER MECHANISM Here the sprocket (crank) is connected to the lever (cutter) by a connecting link (string). When the crank rotates, this rotation is converted into oscillating motion. Hence the cutter gets oscillating motion to cut the paper.

9 COMPONENTS: 1. Geneva wheel 2. Sprockets 3. Roller chain 4. Paper cutter 5. Coil spring 6. Shaft 7. Paper roller

10 GENEVA WHEEL: In our Geneva, the driven wheel has four slots and thus advances by one step of 90 degrees for each rotation of the drive wheel. Hence the intermittent motion is achieved for ¼ of the 360 degrees.

11 SPROCKETS: A sprocket or sprocket-wheel is a profiled wheel with teeth, cogs, or even sprockets that mesh with a chain. The sprockets are used for the power transmission between two shafts through the roller chain.

12 ROLLER CHAIN: Roller chain is the type of chain drive most commonly used for transmission of mechanical power between two sprockets. It consists of a series of short cylindrical rollers held together by side links. It is driven by a toothed wheel called a sprocket.

13 PAPER CUTTER: A paper cutter is a tool, designed to cut the paper with a straight edge. Paper cutters vary in size. This paper cutter is used as the oscillator in the four bar crank and lever mechanism.

14 COIL SPRING: A coil spring, also known as a helical spring, is a mechanical element, which is typically used to store energy and subsequently release it. This coil spring is used to bring the cutter to its original position.

15 SHAFT: A shaft is a rotating machine element which is used to transmit power from one place to another. This shaft form an integral part of the machine itself. The crank shaft is an example of machine shaft.

16 PAPER ROLLER: Paper roller is an element which is used to roll the paper while the intermittent motion. The paper roller is used to feed the paper without any damage.

17 WORKING PRINCIPLE The handle is fixed to the crank (sprocket). If the handle is rotated, 1.When the cam pin is in extreme right position i.e. engage position, the crank shaft will be at extreme bottom position. Hence the cutter is in full open position and the spring will be in rest position. 2.When the cam pin is in extreme bottom position i.e. disengage position, the crank shaft will be at extreme left position. Hence the cutter is in partial cutting position and the spring will be in partial tension.

18 3.When the cam pin is in extreme left position i.e. disengage position, the crank shaft will be at extreme top position. Hence the cutter is in full cutting position and spring will be in full tension. 4.When the cam pin is in extreme top position i.e. disengage position, the crank shaft will be at extreme right position. Hence the cutter is in partial cutting position and the spring will be in partial tension. Thus the paper cutting is achieved by the above four process of the Geneva and cutter.

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20 DESIGN CALCULATION FOR CAM DRIVE 1.Angle of locking section, γ= π/2 (Z+2) =270˚ 2.Semi-indexing angle(driven) α= π/Z = 45˚ 3.Semi-indexing angle (driver) β= π(Z-2)/(2Z) =45˚ 4.Gear ratio є=1 for Z=4 5.Radius ratio, µ= R/r = Indexing time ratio, ν= β/π =0.2500

21 S.N O. PARTMATERIAL NO. OF 1Geneva wheelMild steel1 2SprocketsCast iron2 3Roller chainStainless steel1 4Paper cutterSteel1 5Paper rollerMild steel1 6Coil springSteel alloy2 7ShaftMild steel3 8Frame and baseMild steel1 COMPONENTS SPECIFICATION MATERIAL SELECTION AND NO. OF MATERIALS

22 S.NO PART AND DESCRIPTION COST 1Geneva wheel950 2Sprockets550 3Roller chain180 4Paper cutter150 5Paper roller100 6Coil spring60 7Shaft350 8Frame, base and other materials1350 9Service charge TOTAL4565 COST ESTIMATION

23 MERITS: 1.No need for marking the paper. 2.It will reduce the time for marking the paper. 3.The dimension of the paper will be accurate. 4.Manufacturing cost is less. 5.No noise pollution. 6.Compact in size. 7.Can be used for small scale industries. 8.Can able to change the machine elements easily

24 LIMITATIONS: 1.Can’t able to cut the papers above 15 cm width. 2.Can’t able to cut bunch of papers i.e. more than 5 papers. 3.Can’t be used for large scale industries.

25 APPLICATIONS: 1. It can able to use in paper cutting industries. 2. It can able to use in paper crafting. 3. It can be used in many small scale paper industries. 4. It can be used to cut the color papers for designing. 5. It can be used in stationary stores.

26 Conclusion The design and fabrication of paper cutting machine using the Geneva mechanism is will be very useful in small scale industries. There are many machines based on paper cutting but it has some demerits like large in size, costly, need skilled people to operate and it needs electrical input. But our machine will overcome this demerits by compact in size, less cost, no need for skilled people and there is no need for electrical input. The design procedure is done for fabricating the Geneva wheel and other elements of this machine. The main aim for this machine is to reduce timing for paper cutting and neglect the time for marking the paper, this aim is achieved in our paper cutting machine using Geneva mechanism.

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29 REFERENCE: 1.C.Y. Cheng, Y. Lin, Improving dynamic performance of the Geneva mechanism using non-linear spring elements, Mechanism and Machine Theory 30(1995) 119– E.A. Dijksman, Jerk-free Geneva wheel driving, Journal of Mechanisms 1 (1966) 235– E.A. Fenton, Geneva mechanisms connected in series, ASME Journal of Engineering for Industry 97 (1975) 603– E.A. Sadek, J.L. Lloyd, M.R. Smith, A new design of Geneva drive to reduce shock loading, Mechanism and Machine Theory 25 (1990) 589–595.

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