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  1. Flip Label Project Review Presentation Project #10715 5/14/10

  2. Project Team • Helen Jervey (ISE), Project Lead • Charles Nicolosi (ME), Chief Engineer • Ian Baker (ME) • Ben Bouffard (EE) • Brandon Sbordone (ME) • George Kilger (EE) • Advised by John Kaemmerlen (ISE) Rev 02

  3. Project Review Agenda • Project Overview & Goals • Customer Needs & Project Specifications • System Design Summary • System Testing Plan • Objective System Evaluation • Project Budget & Justification • Project Risk Assessment • Future Project Progress • Ideas for Future Work Rev 02

  4. Project Overview & Goals Problem Statement • The Flip-Label project goal is to reduce direct labor requirements for the flip/label meat package process sequence in the Wegmans Culinary Innovation Center. • Currently an operator is needed to manually flip and align meat packages to enter the x-ray inspection machine. • One or more operators are needed to label packages after they exit the inspection machine depending on product type and process speed. Objectives • Implement devices to flip and arrange meat packages in optimal configuration on conveyor for inspection by x-ray scanner • Reduce direct labor needed to label packages at current takt Rev 02

  5. System Design Rev 02

  6. Customer Needs Rev 02

  7. Engineering Specifications Rev 02

  8. Systems Design Rev 02

  9. System Design-Flip Rev 02

  10. System Design-Flip Rev 02

  11. System Design-Align Rev 02

  12. System Design-Align Rev 02

  13. System Design-Sensors • 42CM LaserSight Photoelectric Beam Sensor • Digital beam sensor • Detects when a package breaks the projected beam • 45BPD Laser Measurement Sensor • Analog distance sensor • Outputs a function-dependant voltage based on the distance between the sensor and the package Rev 02

  14. System Design-Controls • Micrologix 1100 • Receives all data from sensors • Outputs control signals to motors • PanelView Plus Compact Panel • Touch screen interface • Allows quick, easy control of line • PowerFlex 4 AC Drive • Controls the belts • Requires no input Rev 02

  15. System Design-Labeler • Cal-Pak • Automated labeling system researched and a design was agreed upon • Implementation delayed until all other subsystems completed • Label Assist • Short-term solution • Increases labeling speed while decreasing ergonomic stress Rev 02

  16. Results Rev 02

  17. Test Plan Example Rev 02

  18. Objective System Evaluation Rev 02

  19. Project Budget & Justification Rev 02

  20. Project Risk Assessment • adsf • Insufficient risk assessment covers other issues in part procurement • E.g.: delayed engineering drawings from Lipe delayed critical chain tasks Rev 02

  21. Future Project Progress • P10715 • Continue system manufacturing and assembly • Test individual subsystems • Integrate subsystems • Test complete system • Debug and refine process • Secondary line replication Rev 02

  22. Ideas for Future Work • Ergonomics • Develop secondary standardized system for assessing risk for hand motions/non-lifting tasks • Paper recommended by Dr. Matt Marshall (ISE) 2/8/10 • “Development and evaluation of an observational method for assessing repetition in hand tasks”. Wendi A Latko; Thomas J Armstrong; James A Foulke; Gary D Herrin; et al. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal; Apr 1997; 58, 4; ABI/INFORM Global. pg. 278 • Marinated Meats Line Simulation Project • Discrete event simulation of entire marinated meats line • Possibly using ARENA software • Scope may necessitate Senior Design Project (primarily ISE) or multiple ISE co-ops • Recommended in conversation with Professor John Kaemmerlen (ISE) 5/30/10 Rev 02

  23. Questions or comments? Rev 02