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.
Posts by Monish Shete
23 May, 2020
Elscint, recently supplied 4 vibratory bowl feeders for feeding a rubber bush for a leading auto ancillary. The rubber bush was having diameter 5.7 and the height was also the same. The internal diameter was 4 mm. The orientation required was “rolling”. This required that the bush be first oriented in standing direction and then
15 May, 2020
Elscint recently manufactured three vibratory feeding systems for feeding of uranium pallets to a centerless grinding machine. In fact, Elscint had already supplied 4 similar systems earlier to the same customer. The pellets were having diameter 14 mm to 16 mm and length too varied between 15 mm to 18 mm. Handling of uranium pellets
8 May, 2020
After a total of 45 days of factory closure due to the Covid-19 induced lockdown, Elscint finally commenced operations this week with limited work force. It is now abiding all the restrictions and regulations enforced by the government plus a few more. Elscint is following – All employees are wearing face masks Physical distancing –
24 April, 2020
Staying fit and active during the lockdown is a task which most people find difficult. Even regular gym goers find it difficult to maintain their fitness routine during these times of self – isolation and social distancing. However, there has been news about a Chinese man in Wuhan who ran a half marathon in his
13 April, 2020
Elscint, recently SPM Manufacturer from Chennai approached Elscint for a bowl feeder for feeding 5 different die cast aluminum parts in the same bowl. Three parts were having like an eight with one circle bigger than the other. Additionally a small counter on the smaller circle was present on one side. The smaller side was
1 April, 2020
There is an unprecedented situation which the whole world is facing right now. At present more than 300 crore people out of the world’s population of 550 crore (which translates to almost 60%) are under some sort of lockdown. The lockdown is almost total in India while in other countries, some sort of manufacturing is
24 March, 2020
Elscint recently manufactured and exported only the top bowl for an old vibratory bowl feeder which it had supplied almost 10 years back. The component for which the bowl was made changed and hence, the requirement for supplying a spare bowl arose. The earlier part was having dimensions 8.5 x 8.5 x 12.5 mm ht.
13 March, 2020
Elscint, recently completed a project where the requirement was to feed small pins having diameter of just 1.6 mm x 11mm length. One end of the pin was flat while the other was pointed. The customer wanted the pointed side to come forward with the flat end trailing. Speed required was 100 pins per minute.
6 March, 2020
Elscint recently completed a project where in the requirement was for feeding of two types of small metal cups having diameter 12 mm x 12 mm height while the other size was 16 x 16 mm in a vibratory bowl feeder in a single row. As the diameter of and the height of the cups
23 February, 2020
Elscint was recently approached by a customer for orienting 3 plastic parts, which most bowl feeder manufacturers had regretted. The reason being that the orientation was critical. In all the three parts, all the dimensions except for the length were the same. One was 15 mm and another was 24 mm while the third part