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Volume 94, 2017The 4th International Conference on Computing and Solutions in Manufacturing Engineering 2016 – CoSME’16
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|Published online||04 January 2017|
Studies regarding the processing of small thickness containers
Transilvania University of Braşov, Department of Manufacturing Engineering, Mihai Viteazul No.5, Braşov, Romania
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This paper studies the possibility of modeling containers made of small thickness sheet metal for the final goal to process them. It’s about large external buffer containers for products that come or leave by truck. Modeling is done in Sheet Metal module and it is based on the possibility of obtaining the containers’ unfolded components. It studies the issue of the efficient use of sheet metal with standard dimensions in the context of an optimal processing. These containers, completely built of sheet metal, are fabricated in a variety of sizes and are made up of welded parts. In this paper different varieties of components are defined in order to develop a design strategy for a rapid modeling which will result in a rapid construction. This study was conducted with the participation of Raptronic Process Engineering Company.
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