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
22 August, 2020
Elscint recently manufactured and supplied a feeding system for feeding of the valves of N95 face masks. The part was an assembled part with two parts and a membrane inside. The orientation required was flange down and the speed required was more 60 parts per minute. The diameter was 42 mm with 14 mm ht.
14 August, 2020
Elscint, recently manufactured a high speed vibratory bowl feeder for feeding of various types of coins at a speed of 250 coins per minute (for a dia 30 mm coin). Elscint used its Model 400 for this application with a cast aluminium bowl. The tooling was made in stainless steel and the complete bowl was
3 August, 2020
Elscint recently supplied a vibratory bowl feeder for feeding of Oval Caps having size 64 x 39 mm x 25 mm ht. The requirement was to feed the same in “open side down orientation” with open side forward in widthwise manner to the capping machine of the customer. Additionally an Hopper Elevator was supplied for
27 July, 2020
Elscint has been manufacturing bowl feeders for feeding elements having size from dia 15 mm to 80 mm and length from 20 mm to 100 mm regularly for many years. As Model 400 was being used, whose track is only 50 mm and hence the maximum size was restricted within this range as given above.
15 July, 2020
Elscint, recently completed a project where the requirement was to feed small pins having diameter of just dia 1.6 x 11.20 mm length & dia 1.6 x 14.25 mm length. One end of both the pins were flat while the other was pointed. The customer wanted the orientation to be pointed side forward in a
4 July, 2020
Elscint, recently manufactured a high speed vibratory bowl feeder for feeding of 3 types of caps with double outlet at a speed of 75 caps per minute per row. Elscint used its Model 400 for this application with a stainless steel step / cascade design bowl. The bowl had a diameter of 680 mm. In
22 June, 2020
Elscint, recently supplied a vibratory bowl feeders with dual tracks for feeding plastic plugs. The diameter and the length of these plugs were equal (diameter 8 x 8 mm length). The orientation required was axial in a flexible tube. Whenever the diameter and the length are the same, there is a chance of wrong orientation
10 June, 2020
Elscint recently manufactured a bowl feeder for feeding of small brass inserts having size dia 6 mm x 10 mm length. The feeding was required in two outlets in axial orientation. Stainless steel tubes were provided at the outlet and thereafter, PU tubes were attached to the same to take the parts upto the work
2 June, 2020
Elscint recently got featured in the latest issue of “the Machine Maker” Magazine. The magazine carried the interview of Elscint’s Managing Director, Monish Shete. The main feature was about Covid-19 and its effects on the industry as well as the initial starting troubles faced by most companies when they restart after the lockdown, that too
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