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This is my f inal presentation for my Capstone project prior to graduation. It is for the 6000lb portable Auto hoist that I designed with my partner, Tyrel Ruch.

This is my f inal presentation for my Capstone project prior to graduation. It is for the 6000lb portable Auto hoist that I designed with my partner, Tyrel Ruch.

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  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • To create a means for the do–it-yourself home mechanic to work under their vehicle safely and comfortably. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS Self contained, portable design. Freestanding – not permanently mounted. DC Electric motor powered. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS Lead screw driven. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC Drive). 48” lifting height. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • TYREL RUCH  Design Hoist arms and saddle assembly.  Design hoist arm locking system.  Research materials and components for design. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • TYREL RUCH  Create detail drawings for designed parts.  Gantt charting & presentation. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MIKE HOLZER  Design lead screw drive system.  Design weldment assembly and sheet metal.  Research materials and components for design. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MIKE HOLZER  Create detail drawings for designed parts.  Final package & presentation. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
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  •  Large Commercial Size  No Portability  Expensive MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  •  Limited access to undercar components  Separate power unit  Requires blocking to support pinch weld MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • Our portable automotive hoist will be capable of safely lifting a vehicle of up to 6000 lbs to a maximum height of 48” for the home user. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
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  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • High power demand Noisy Power Head
  • Minimal power demand Quieter operation Integrated components
  • 1½ -4 Acme Lead Screw Bronze Drive Dog Torque required to lift 3000 lbs. = 413.70 IN-LB
  • 9:1 Gear Ratio 20° Pressure Angle 20 tooth drive gear/180 tooth driven gear Torque required to lift 3000 lbs. = 17.01 IN-LB
  • Dayton 1F798 1 HP – 1750 RPM 115V AC / 90V DC 10.0A at full load
  • Max Torque – 36.5 IN-LB Integrated motor speed controller and brake. Reversible
  • 1” x 48” SS Support Rails High Performance Self Aligning Linear Ball Bearing Maintains hoist saddle alignment
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • 1750 RPM Motor Speed 9:1 Gear Reduction Ratio 194.44 RPM Screw Speed 4 Threads Per Inch 48.61 Inches Per Minute .810 Inches Per Second
  • ¾ - 10 Anchor bolts. Permanent floor mounted anchors. Ensures solid floor positioning.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • Arm locks disengage at lowest hoist position. Arm locks engage once hoist is lifted 1”.
  • Handle allows for positioning of arms when hoist saddle is raised. Ensures proper position of hoist arms during operation.
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  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
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  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • DAVID GOLDMAN DAMON WRAY MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • DAVID GOLDMAN  Owner, Boulevard Sinclair Inc., Minnetonka, MN  35+ years experience MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • DAMON WRAY  Service Technician, Boulevard Sinclair, Minnetonka, MN  24 years experience MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • FROM INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS No self contained wheels for positioning. Use of permanent floor mounted anchors and anchor bolts. No PLC necessary for control. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • FUTURE DESIGN CHANGES Place controllers on both sides for ease of use. Design a mechanical latching system for the saddle. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • FUTURE DESIGN CHANGES Re-integrate a Logic Controller into the design for better operation. Design a more efficient and durable method of pairing the hoist sections. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
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  •  Perform stress analysis calculations to ensure robust design.  Use of SolidWorks to create models, sub-assemblies, completed assemblies, detail drawings, and animations for demonstration purposes. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  •  Using SolidWorks Explorer to rename and organize each component to increase design functionality.  Using symmetry and simplicity in the design of each component. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  •  Working together as a team to develop the product and to integrate design changes.  Consult with outside sources toward improvement of our design. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  •  Define clear goals for each team member.  Select a project with which you are already familiar. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  •  If offered, choose an internship or mold and tool design course instead of Capstone. Your time would be much better spent. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  •  Carefully research the product which you intend to design. Somebody may already offer something very similar… MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  •  Max – Jax Brand  6000 LB Portable Hoist
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  • MI’TY LIFTS, INC.