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Xerox Stack Perfection . Created and Presented By: Scott Foreman; Linda Rosato ; Mike Rush. Table of Contents. Introduction Design Task Design Process / Approach Prototype / Model Engineering Analysis Summary Conclusion References. Design Task. Problem Recognition

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Xerox stack perfection

XeroxStack Perfection

Created and Presented By:

Scott Foreman; Linda Rosato; Mike Rush


Xerox stack perfection

Table of Contents

  • Introduction

  • Design Task

  • Design Process / Approach

  • Prototype / Model

  • Engineering Analysis

  • Summary

  • Conclusion

  • References


Design task

Design Task

  • Problem Recognition

    • Paper release with offset no more than 5mm either direction.

  • Mission Statement

    • Our mission is to provide the most convenient and cost productive way to measure and monitor the offset of paper stacks, that they never exceed more than a 5 mm offset in the x-axis direction.

  • Customer Need

    • Ease of handling paper stacks.

    • Ease of separation of stacks.


Design task cont

Design Task (cont.)

  • Design Specifications

    • A series of lasers are shot from the bottom of the design to the top of the design.

    • If there are laser's which do not go completely from the bottom to the top the stacks must be off in the y direction to some amount or the x direction by more than 5mm(0.196850394 inches).

    • If this is the case the designed machine will alert the employee operating it for correction of the stacks.


Design approach

Design Approach

  • Gantt Chart Below:


Design approach brainstorming

Design ApproachBrainstorming

  • Lasers

  • Bristles

  • Blocking walls

  • Slanted Walls

  • Gel Walls


Design matrix

Design Matrix


Weighted matrix

Weighted Matrix


Lasers

Lasers

  • A laser that will shoot from the bottom of the stack to the top where there will be a simple detection device that will register the lack of laser for an imperfection of the stack along the y axis and/or x axis.

  • A laser that will shoot from the top of the stack to the bottom where there will be a simple detection device that will register the lack of laser for an imperfection of the stack along the y axis and/or x axis.


Laser cont

Laser (cont.)

  • A gel wall that can be applied to the stack which will clearly show if there is an imperfection in the stack by observation of any “bulges.”

  • A simple metal straight edge that can be set along the stack edge to detect if there is an offset.

  • Two set walls along the y axis with “drop walls” along the x axis that will be composed of a light weight material which will not set perfectly straight if there are any imperfections.


Prototype model

Prototype/Model


Cost analysis

Cost Analysis

  • Low Cost

  • Laser Cost +$6

  • With the price of the Xerox being so high the small price increase should be relatively uncontested by customers.


Summary

Summary

  • We found lasers would be the most efficient and cost effective way to measure stacks.

  • Should not raise price by a significant price.

  • A portable design allows for movement between machines which decreases the number of necessary designs.


References

References

  • https://cms.psu.edu/section/content/default.asp?WCI=pgDisplay&WCU=CRSCNT&ENTRY_ID=27455C15EEC2407683503374E6C2D466

  • https://cms.psu.edu/section/default.asp?id=201112FAUP___REDSGN100_001&goto=

  • http://www.xerox.com/digital-printing/digital-printing-press/color-printing/xerox-igen4/enus.html


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