Volume 3, No. 3, July 2014

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Improvement in Design of the Manual Small Press Machine

Vivek Sharma1 , Suman Rani2, and Parvesh1
1.Ganga Institute of Technology & Management, Kablana Jhajjar
2.PDM College of Technology & Management, Bahadurgarh

Abstract—In an attempt to improve the accuracy and efficiency according to the requirement. No work is done in proper designing of special manual machine press machine, these days, rather rule of thumb prevails. To keep pace with company demands improvement in the design of the manual press is needed. So I worked to improve the designing of the machine for getting the best results by designing the balls of cast iron that provides appropriate pressure to stop fluctuation in size of components. The specific dimensions of the press machine is as Improvement in design of the manual small press machine for sheet metal job under 900mm2 area X 1mm thickness in stainless steel grade 304. Though in extreme case it can work even on 2.0 mm thick stainless steel of specified area, without any problem

Index Terms—Press machine, Balls, Cast iron, Manual

Cite: Vivek Sharma, Suman Rani and Parvesh, "Improvement in Design of the Manual Small Press Machine," International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics Research, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 528-532, July 2014.