- Rumble FishLv 77 年前最佳解答
Glass is cut by scoring it with carbide cutting wheels and snapping it over a roller which acts as a fulcrum. Mainline scoring equipment consists of slit-cutters which score the ribbon in the direction of the flow and cross-cutters which score it across the flow.
After scoring, the glass still in continuous ribbon comes to the mainline snap rolls with cross-cutter scores are open. From here the plates of glass are routed down the main line, either one plate at a time or in small groups to one of several packing lines. The glasses transferred from the mainline conveyors to the automatic packing lines by means of corner table, a belt conveyor and roll conveyor all in one.
The glass leaves the corner table and enters the snapping conveyors where
slit-cutter scores are open. After the snapped section has been clear, the glasses transferred one section at a time onto a series of narrow conveyors. The glasses are automatically inspected and rejected glass is recycled through the plant's culet system to be reused in the batching process. Finally the glasses conveyed onto the automatically VTM system, a vacuum transfer module, which operates like a vacuum cleaner, sucking the individual lites of glass off the main conveyor onto the finished step.
As the stack gets higher, an elevator table indexes down to maintain a consistent drop of glass. Once the stack is complete, the elevator table is lowered and the finished container is moved aside while an empty container is moved under the packing module.
2013-04-11 07:50:56 補充：
1.) The glass is transferred from the mainline conveyors to the automatic packing lines...
2.) After the snapped section has been clear, the glass is transferred one section at a time...
2013-04-11 07:55:00 補充：
3.) ...comes to the mainline snap rolls where cross-cutter scores are open...
- LionEnglishLv 77 年前
humble bee, a superb job!