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IJSTR >> Volume 2- Issue 7, July 2013 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Productivity Improvement Of Crankshaft

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AUTHOR(S)

Priti Mandwe

 

KEYWORDS

Index Terms: Productivity, Crankshaft, CNC, SPM, VMC, forging

 

ABSTRACT

Abstract: In this dissertation, productivity improvement of crank shaft of DUK ENGINE is carried out. This is basically depends upon company process analysis. In this we have improved the productivity by 12%.After process analysis for the current process plan of the company, identified some spaces where we were having chance for improvement. From that we reach to the conclusion, some modifications are required in the process plan, current plant layout with the help of which we can improve the productivity upto satisfactory requirement. Main part of the research is related to the study of methodologies used currently, working conditions with which staff is working as well as the material handling map for the jobs inside the premises of company which is used for the job from raw material to finished goods. While doing this We did the study for each machine operation by using the techniques of method study and time study which are related to the subject of industrial engineering. In that we considered each part involved in machining process like job setting time, tool setting time, CNC program setting time, CNC program running time, speeds, feeds, depth of cuts used for the every operation, tool life, tool changing time, job unloading time etc. Primary aim of our project is to improve the productivity and the reduction in job manufacturing cost. Our project is basically study based project. Productivity improvement is the key to improve the profit of company as well to generate better and better working conditions for the operators working at shop floor. Thus improvement in system leads to good results for company.

 

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