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About: Monish Shete


Monish Shete is CEO of Elscint Automation, a 30 year old firm manufacturing vibratory bowl feeders and similar small part handing products. He personally has more than 25 years experience with last 15 years being with Elscint. This blog will help customers and laymen understand the intricacies of vibratory bowl feeders. One can find information about the finer aspects of vibratory bowl feeders which cannot be found anywhere else. Case studies and information about various innovative ways of feeding and orienting of different parts are given in this blog.

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16 September, 2018

Elscint Vibratory Bowl Feeder for small brass washers

Elscint recently completed a project where in the requirement was for feeding of small brass washers having size dia 3.5 x 1.5 mm thickness having burr on one side. The orientation required was the burr was to be always on the top side. The extent of the burr was different in most cases, making the

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7 September, 2018

Elscint Vibratory bowl feeder for Plastic Parts

Elscint recently completed a project where in the requirement was for feeding of two plastic parts (one male and one female) in separate bowl feeders. Both the parts were having a flange of dia 25 mm and stem of dia 6 mm (for male part) and dia 10 mm (for the female part). The male

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25 August, 2018

Vibratory Bowl Feeder for feeding Bearing Shells of various sizes

Elscint recently manufactured 8 vibratory bowl feeders for of needle roller bearing shells of various sizes through the same Bowl. The sizes of the shells varies from dia 15 mm to diameter 50 mm and ht. from 10 mm to 60 mm. Amongst these were shells where the diameter was less than the height as

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19 August, 2018

Elscint Vibratory bowl feeder for Plastic Tripod

Elscint recently completed a project where in the requirement was for feeding a plastic tripod having 3 legs and a pointed side on the top. The orientation required was the three legs at the bottom with the pointed side up, hanging on a rail. The parts had a tendency of getting entangled as the legs

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14 August, 2018

Elscint completes 12 Vibratory Bowl Feeders for terminals

Elscint recently completed orders for a total of twelve vibratory bowl feeders for feeding of 6 different types of terminals. The orders were from five different customers. The basic terminals remained the same though the dimensions and structure as well as the requirements from the customer were different. However, all the bowl feeders had a

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14 August, 2018

Elscint completes 13 Vibratory Bowl Feeder order

Elscint recently completed an order for a total of thirteen vibratory bowl feeders from a reputed manufacturer. The customer has his own moulding machines as well as assembly equipment for assembling of caps with various parts. As the assembly was mostly manual, he was interested in automating the same. The assembly equipment was manufactured in-house

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23 July, 2018

Hockey team sponsored by Elscint comes runner up in Hussain Cup

As part of its CSR activities, Elscint recently sponsored the Loyola under Seventeen Hockey team for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 years. In the recently concluded Hussain Cup Hockey tournament, the team, comprising of students of standard 9th and 10th of Loyola High School, Pashan, Pune came second. The credit for the win goes to the

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6 July, 2018

Elscint exports “O Ring” Vibratory Bowl Feeder to Spain

Elscint, recently manufactured and exported a vibratory bowl feeder to feed O Rings having diameter 20 mm x 1 mm thickness to Spain. The requirement was to feed the O rings in “Flat” orientation at a speed of 50 O Rings per minute. As it was being exported to Europe, the aesthetics was very important.

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19 June, 2018

White Paper on using PLC with Vibratory Feeders

Many times, vibratory bowl feeders are used in machines where there is a PLC. If proper care is not taken during the wiring, it results in there being problems with the functioning of the vibratory feeders. It can result in variation in the speed or else can result in the vibratory feeders behaving irrationally. Hence,

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