Automated storage and retrieval machine

Abdin Syafiq Badarul Mukrim (2019) Automated storage and retrieval machine. MCH EED GMI. (Unpublished)

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The report deals with the development of Automated Storage and Retrieval Machine (ASRM) prototype. The main objective of the machine is to optimize the storage space consumption without human intervention to improve the security. The ASRM have been widely used in distribution and productions environment. The ASRM has two options either to store or to retrieve the container. When the barcode is scanned, the barcode reader will read and transfer it to PLC. Next, the translated input signal will be sent to the actuators. When the actuator receives the signal, it will actuates accordingly based on the program in the PLC. The development accentuates on mechanical approach. The three-dimensional solid modelling prototype of ASRM was develop by the Solid work software. We programmed it with the Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Siemens S7-1200. It programs the machine in auto and manual sequence / process. The machine can be fully controlled by Human Machine Interface (HMI) in manual mode. Apart from that, the machine used two stepper motor and one DC motor to store and retrieve the container. The idea of our project was obtained during our internship program. Some of us been in charged in handling parts for the maintenance purposes. The handling parts can be obtained at the store and it have to wait until we reached our turn to retrieve the handling part from the store. Hence, for the manual process study and did a simulation based on the situation that have been gone through to obtain a certain parts in the store that can be considered as small to medium size storage.

Item Type: Final Year Project Report
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering
Depositing User: Mr Mohd Ariff Shah Muhammad Dzazuli
Date Deposited: 15 Jan 2021 15:03
Last Modified: 01 Mar 2021 05:30

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