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By Stefan Hesse

Collections of examples have the virtue that the potential makes use of of parts could be proven in a transparent approach, including positive suggestions.
Examples are proven in simplified shape to permit the middle of the answer to be obvious as speedy as attainable. The illustrations accordingly glance unnaturally “tidy” and the reader needs to think the presence of the cable loom and different sign and gear lines.
Many illustrations during this assortment use the practical symbols of dealing with expertise. this is often meant to aid the reader imagine in services and to provide an explanation for the options proven. for each functionality (symbol), there are various functionality companies. it's not continuously effortless to discover the appropriate functionality supplier (automation component).Справочник с ninety nine примерами принципиальных возможностей применения пневматических средств автоматизации и механизации производства.
Предназначен для инженеров-практиков, рационализаторов и студентов технических вузов.
Примеры представлены в виде принципиальных схем, кратких описаний и схем технологического процесса, перечня узлов и модулей, а также применяемых компонентов.

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Contents1 collection of automation elements ........................................................................... 9
2 Examples of pneumatic functions ......................................................................... 13
Aligning 01, 02 .......................................................................... 15, 16
Assembly 03 to 08 .................................................................... 17 to 22
Bending 09 ...................................................................................... 23
Buffering 10 to twelve .................................................................... 24 to 26
Chamfering thirteen ...................................................................................... 27
Clamping 14 to 18 .................................................................... 28 to 32
Conveying 19 to 21 .................................................................... 33 to 35
Cutting 22 ...................................................................................... 36
Deburring 23 ...................................................................................... 37
Deep drawing 24 ...................................................................................... 38
Destacking 25, 26 .......................................................................... 39, 40
Drilling 27 to 31 .................................................................... forty-one to 45
Ejection 32, 33 .......................................................................... forty six, 47
Extraction 34 ...................................................................................... 48
Feeding 35 to forty five .................................................................... forty nine to 59
Forwarding forty six ...................................................................................... 60
Glueing forty seven ...................................................................................... 61
Gripping forty eight to 50 .................................................................... sixty two to 64
Handling fifty one to fifty three .................................................................... sixty five to 67
Hopper-feeding fifty four ...................................................................................... 68
Indexing fifty five ...................................................................................... 69
Insertion fifty six ...................................................................................... 70
Lifting fifty seven, fifty eight .......................................................................... seventy one, 72
Linking fifty nine, 59a ........................................................................ seventy three, 74
Loading 60 ...................................................................................... 75
Monitoring sixty one, sixty two .......................................................................... seventy six, 77
Orientation sixty three to sixty five .................................................................... seventy eight to 80
Packing sixty six ...................................................................................... 81
Paletting sixty seven ...................................................................................... 82
Positioning sixty eight, sixty nine .......................................................................... eighty three, 84
Press-fitting 70, seventy one .......................................................................... eighty five, 86
Pressing seventy two to seventy four .................................................................... 87 to 89
Printing seventy five ...................................................................................... 90
Profiling seventy six ...................................................................................... 91
Propelling seventy seven ...................................................................................... 92
Re-orienting seventy eight ...................................................................................... 93
Re-positioning seventy nine to eighty one .................................................................... ninety four to 96
Sawing eighty two, eighty three ........................................................................... ninety seven, 98
Securing eighty four, eighty five ......................................................................... ninety nine, 100
Separating 86, 87 ...................................................................... one zero one, 102
Sorting 88, 89 ...................................................................... 103, 104
Stopping ninety, ninety one ....................................................................... one zero five, 106
Tensioning ninety two .................................................................................... 107
Testing ninety three .................................................................................... 108
Transferring ninety four, ninety five ...................................................................... 109, 110
Transporting ninety six .................................................................................... 111
Turning ninety seven .................................................................................... 112
Unloading ninety eight, ninety nine ...................................................................... 113, 114
Further literature ......................................................................................... 115
Glossary of technical goods ............................................................................ 116

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In these cases, pneumatic drives are a good alternative. In the application shown above, workpieces are punched out of strip material and it is then necessary to cut the remaining lattice-like waste material into pieces. The pneumatic drive selected should be capable of completing the cutting operation with adequate reserve power. Furthermore, the cutting blade should be inclined to one side of the production line to produce an oblique cut over a greater distance. This reduces the cutting force required (although not the cutting work).

The free space within the lower part of the tool has been used to install a lever mechanism that lifts the workpiece out of the tool and allows it to slide away to one side. A conveyor belt then takes up the workpieces and carries these to the next press or to a set-down point. The coupling gear is driven by a pneumatic cylinder. The ejection operation is triggered by a sensor which monitors the ram stroke of the press or by a switch installed on the press drive mechanism (control shaft, centre shaft).

Suitable components: Standard cylinder DNC... Proximity switch SM.. Rod eye SGS... Clevis foot mounting LSNG... One-way flow control valve GR... Mounting accessories Fittings 52 99 Examples of pneumatic applications 39 Feeding Functional sequence 4 5 6 1 2 12 3 7 Feed system for a glue-applicator machine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Feed and input slide Support rail Stand Magazine Workpiece Roller feed device Magazine stand Drive pawl Pneumatic cylinder Switch lug Machine tool Sensor 8 9 10 11 Modern feed technology pursues the objective of production with a low demand for human operators and aims at least to permit one operator to control several machines.

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