MATHEMATICAL MODELLING OF TECHNOLOGICAL PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A NOVEL SEALING UNIT FOR PACKING MACHINES
- 1 Kansan Wetwipe Machinery R&D Center, Izmir, Turkey
- 2 Ege University Faculty of Engineering Mechanical Engineering Department, Izmir, Turkey
Packaging machines using for wet wipes operate at high speeds and the demand for speed in the relevant market is constantly increasing. The most important difficulty to faster operation of these machines is the relative slowness of the units used for sealing the packages. In this study, it is aimed to design a unique mechanism that can work at 160 packages per min instead of sealing unit which is still operating at 120 packages per min, and to verify the design by mechanical analysis. For this purpose; instead of the existing sealing unit driven by a single servo motor, the horizontal and vertical movements are separated and driven by two servo motors to achieve %33 more speed.
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