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  • 1. Submitted by – Owais Khan Submitted To – Ms. Vidya mehra
  • 2.  A ‘MOULDING MACHINE’ may be defined as a device which have a large number of correlated parts and mechanisms ,transmits and directs various forces and motions in required directions so as to help the preparation of a sand mould
  • 3.  RAMMING OF MOULDING SAND  ROLLING OVER OR INVERTING THE MOULD  RAPPING THE PATTERN  WITHDRAWING THE PATTERN FROM THE MOULD
  • 4.  Jar or Jolt Machine  Squeezer machine  Jolt - squeezer Machine  Slinging machines
  • 5.  This machine consists of an air operated piston and cylinder.  piston is suddenly released,resulting in an even packing of sand around the pattern in the flask  It is known as ‘JOLTING’
  • 6.  The pattern is placed over the machine table , followed by the moulding flask . In hand-operation machines the machine platen is lifted by a hand- operated mechanism whereas in power machines it is lifted by a action of air pressure on a piston in the cylinder in the same way as in jolt machine.the different is that the table is not dropped from height but it raised gradually . On the top of machine colomn is provided an overhead plate and the sand in the flask is squeezed between this plate and upward rising table.
  • 7.  . This enables a uniform pressing of sand in the flask. A specific advantage of power operated machines over handoperated ones is that more pressure can be applied in the former,which facilities handling of a wider range of jobs.
  • 8.  This machine, as is clear from its name, combines the principle of both jolt and squeezer machines. The complete mould is prepared on this machine  First the drag is filled with sand and then rammed by the jolting action of the table.  Then the cope is filled up with sand and the latter rammed by squeezing between the overhead plate and the machine table
  • 9.  The overhead plate is then swung aside and sand on the top levelled off, cope removed and the drag vibrated by air vibrator.  . This is followed by removel of match plate and closing of two halves of the mould for pouring.
  • 10.  These machines are used for filling and uniform of sand in moulds and are particularly adopted with advantage for large moulds. They can also be used in conjunction with other moulding devices, like rollover machines and pattern draw machines, so as to eliminate more manual operations.