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G01G 17/02(2006.01)A, F, I, 20071023, B, H, EP
The technical solution concerns the Automatic Weight System
connected to the substance coating applied on the surface of car components. The
design falls within the area of appliances and methods suitable for material weighing
such as liquid or powder material or weighing the material at the moment of its
State of the Prior Art
Currently known system associated with the control of the
amount of the substance coated - the most frequently some adhesive substances -
applied on the surface of components consists in intermittent detection of the difference
in weight applied prior to coating and after application of the substance on the
surface of the part. Such an operation is performed outside the production line
and is performed manually. A random sample component is selected, weighed outside
the production line before and after the substance coating implemented. Throughout
such an examination of the substance applied to the component practised in this
way, the tested component is frequently damaged.
Another possibility how to check the amount of the substance
coated is a method to weigh only a certain segment of the component, identically
before and after the substance coating. It is considered rather a destructive method
resulting in a total destruction of the car component.
The disadvantage of such a way reflects uneconomical load
of the production process, data shortages concerning the amount of the substance
coated and a slow-paced process of the examination.
Disclosure of the Invention
Methods executed so far do not have an ability to prove the amount of the substance
coated per each manufactured component.
The substance coating on the surface of car components
as an inherent part of the Automatic Weight System executed under the simultaneous
evaluation of weight gains per each component is based on a preliminary determined
tolerance. The core is based on the fact that the system comprises the Input Weight
Scale and minimum two Scales with a Stroke.
There is a substance coating device situated between the Input Weight Scale and
the Scale with a Stroke and between both scales there is the device for spraying
and/or coating of the material on the surface of car components. There is a Conveyer
located in the upper position above both Weight Scales, its Carrier Surface is a
pull-through surface formed that the Weight Bridge Device of the Scales enabling
the Stroke, when travelling vertically, passes from the initial position bellow
the Conveyer via the Carrier Surface to its upper position above. The Terminal is
an integral part of the system enabling to detect weight gains of each car component
and is electronically interconnected with the Input Weight Scale as well as each
of the Weight Scales with the Stroke. Thereinafter, the Information Board and the
Data Collecting Station are integral parts of the whole system.
The advantage of such a system rests in usage of this system
in production places where the final product comprises several components and where
is necessary to examine and control the amount of substance coated.
Review of Figures
An exemplary design of the proposed solution is described
including a given reference to the drawing, which depicts a schematic drawing of
the Automatic Weight System incorporated into the production line in Figure 1.
Examples on the Invention Embodiment
The integral part of the production line manufacturing
interior components for cars is the Automatic Weight System interconnected to the
adhesive substance coating on the surface of car components. Simultaneously, the
weight gain per each car component is evaluated according to the predetermined tolerance.
The system comprises the Input Weight Scale 1 and
two Weight Scales with the Stroke 2, 3. There is a device 4 enabling
the coating of adhesive substance situated between the Input Weight Scale and the
Weight Scale 2.
There is a device 5 for water spraying of the surface of car components situated
between both scales 2, 3.
The Conveyer 6 is placed in the position above both Weighing Scales
2, 3, whose Carrier Surface is formed by strings. The Weight Bridge Device
10 of the scales 2, 3 when travelling vertically passes from the initial
position below the Conveyer 6 through the Carrier Surface to the position
above the Conveyer 6.
The Terminal 7 in an integral part of the system, it is electronically interconnected
to each Weight Scale 1, 2, 3.
Its function is dedicated to detection of the weight gain identified per each car
component, and thus a detection of the amount of adhesive substance coated and water
sprayed. Subsequently, such indicated amount is compared to required and feasible
tolerance in the Terminal 7 and an evaluation is performed, whether the coated
amount of adhesive substance and water corresponds to the image depicted in the
Information Board 8.
Gained information is posted to the Data Collecting Station 9, where is stored,
subsequently statistically and graphically evaluated.
The Automatic Weight System connected to the substance
coating on the surface of car components was elaborated on the basis of the proposed
solution at the same way as was mentioned in the Example 1. The only difference
is with the device 4 providing coating of the surface of the car component
with the Frost Glass and the device 5 applying the adhesive substance.
Pursuant to the Example 1, the system was elaborated accordingly
with a difference in the device 4 coating the surface of the car component
with the paint and the device 5 coating some Curing Agent.
Pursuant to the Example 1, the system was elaborated accordingly
with a difference in the Terminal 7 that is connected to devices
4 and 5, concurrently. The Terminal 7 automatically adjusts parameters
setup of the devices depicted as 4 and 5 depending on results of comparison
of amounts coated and deviations.
Practical side of such a proposed solution could be implemented
within the automotive or furniture industries. It could be implemented in every
field of industry where the final product comprises several components and where
it is necessary to check and control the amount of coated material in the duration
of the product manufacturing.
- 1 -
- Input Weight Scale
- 2,3 -
- Weight Scale with Stroke
- 4 -
- Substance Coating Device
- 5 -
- Device for spraying and/or coating application of liquid or powder material
- 6 -
- 7 -
- 8 -
- Information Board
- 9 -
- Data Collecting Station
- 10 -
- Weight Bridge Device
The substance applied to the surface of car components as an inherent
part of the Automatic Weight System supported by a simultaneous evaluation of weight
gains per each car component based on a preliminary determined tolerance
characterized by the fact that the system comprises the Input Weight Scale
(1) and minimum two Weight Scales (2, 3) with a stroke, there is a device (4) situated
between the Input Weight Scale (1) and the scale (2) applying the substance, and
the device (5) for spray application and/or material coating applied to the surface
of the car components is always between Weight Scales (2, 3), herewith the Conveyer
(6) is located in the upper position above both scales with a stroke (2, 3) whose
Carrier Surface is established as a pull-through surface, thus the Weight Bridge
Device (10) of the scales (2, 3) when travelling vertically passes from the initial
position bellow the Conveyer (6) via the Carrier Surface of the Conveyer (6) to
the upper position above the Conveyer (6), the Terminal (7) is a part of the whole
system enabling to detect the weight gains per each part and is electronically interconnected
with each Weight Scale (1, 2, 3), thereinafter the Information Board (8) and the
Data Collecting Station (9) are also parts of the system.
The substance applied to the surface of the car component as an inherent
part of the Automatic Weight System, given by the Claim 1, characterized by
the fact that the Terminal (7) is simultaneously interconnected with devices (4,
5) to enable automatic adjustment of parameters' set-up of the devices (4, 5).
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