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RIT MSD II Final review Estar Wide Format Shipping Container. Thomas Benner Brandon Kilbury Phillip C. McKee Justin Mintz Jason Ryan. MSD I Recap. Scope Develop universal package to accommodate new products Standardize pack-to-ship process Overview Gathered needs and specs

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Rit msd ii final review estar wide format shipping container
RIT MSD IIFinal reviewEstar Wide Format Shipping Container

Thomas Benner

Brandon Kilbury

Phillip C. McKee

Justin Mintz

Jason Ryan


Msd i recap
MSD I Recap

  • Scope

    • Develop universal package to accommodate new products

    • Standardize pack-to-ship process

  • Overview

    • Gathered needs and specs

    • Concept development

    • Design selection

    • Engineering analysis

    • Detailed design


Impact testing results
Impact Testing - results

  • Impact Tests performed at Kodak

  • 10-15 impacts

  • 2200 lb roll

  • Max acceleration of 13g measured at base of package

    • Translates to an acceleration of 2 for roll

  • First impact cracked the plywood saddle supports

  • Following impacts didn’t cause further damage, package remained intact for well over goal of 5 uses


Impact testing design implications
Impact testing – Design Implications

  • Package absorbs a substantial amount of energy

    • Saddle support thickened to increase strength at failure point

  • Small saddle area makes loading somewhat difficult

    • Saddle thickened to ensure adequate area for core

    • Core length measured – out of spec, addressed with core manufactureres

  • Horseshoes with connection at base created a gap after impacts

    • Horseshoes will be free-floating going forward so they can return to their original positions


Spec document
Spec document

  • See needs and specs status check document


Vibration test results
Vibration test results

  • 3 hours, double stacked container, movement in vertical direction only

  • Top roll collapse at 24 minutes

    • Likely due to core plug failure due to compressive stress, followed by failure of core

    • Opposite side of core showed signs of similar damage but not total failure

    • Wear seen around circumference of core suggests roll rotated during test

  • Package condition

    • No failure of components

    • No cracking

    • Straps intact

    • Noticeable wear due to collapsed roll vibrating against components



Vibration test design implications
Vibration test - Design implications

  • Core movement in y-direction may be contributing factor to failure

    • Solution: reduce/eliminate horseshoe clearance on core to restrict movement

  • Core and core plug failure

    • Solution: more robust core plug

    • Solution: larger saddle contact area (would affect max roll width)


New package 3d
New package – 3d

  • Overall height reduced by 4”

  • Horseshoe now secures the roll from above


Cost benefit
Cost/benefit

  • Current unit cost $250 – goal of $120

  • In order to drive unit price down, package reuse must be emphasized

    • Lean toward higher volume customers to make return feasible

  • Package design should be bid out to multiple vendors for potential cost savings

  • Increased throughput, reduced CT

  • Reduction of DVB due to repack


Going forward
Going forward

  • Latest design - vibration and impact testing

  • Larger rolls

    • Package design must be scaled to fit

  • Consider cost benefit analysis

  • Review SOP, train operators

  • Seek customer approval for new package


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