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.


  ...
INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS
Self contained, portable design.
Freestanding – not
permanently mounted.
DC Electric motor powered...
INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS
Lead screw driven.
Programmable Logic Controller
(PLC Drive).
48” lifting height.
                ...
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
TYREL RUCH
   Design Hoist arms and saddle
    assembly.
   Design hoist arm locking system.
   Research materials and ...
TYREL RUCH
 Create detail drawings for
  designed parts.
 Gantt charting & presentation.


                             ...
MIKE HOLZER
 Design lead screw drive system.
 Design weldment assembly and
  sheet metal.
 Research materials and
  com...
MIKE HOLZER
   Create detail drawings for designed
    parts.
   Final package & presentation.


                       ...
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
 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.
Our portable automotive
 hoist will be capable of
safely lifting a vehicle of
   up to 6000 lbs to a
maximum height of 48”...
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
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...
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
.8...
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 oper...
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
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
                ...
DAMON WRAY
          Service Technician,
Boulevard Sinclair, Minnetonka, MN
          24 years experience
              ...
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
FROM INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS
   No self contained wheels for
   positioning.
   Use of permanent floor mounted
   anchors a...
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...
FUTURE DESIGN CHANGES
 Re-integrate a Logic Controller
 into the design for better operation.
 Design a more efficient a...
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
   Perform stress analysis calculations to
    ensure robust design.
   Use of SolidWorks to create models,
    sub-asse...
 Using SolidWorks Explorer to rename
  and organize each component to
  increase design functionality.
 Using symmetry a...
 Working together as a team to
  develop the product and to integrate
  design changes.
 Consult with outside sources to...
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
 Define  clear goals for each
  team member.
 Select a project with which
  you are already familiar.
                  ...
   If offered, choose an internship or
    mold and tool design course instead
    of Capstone. Your time would be
    mu...
 Carefully
          research the product
 which you intend to design.
 Somebody may already offer
 something very simila...
 Max – Jax Brand
 6000 LB Portable Hoist
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
Mi’Ty Lifts Inc
Mi’Ty Lifts Inc
Mi’Ty Lifts Inc
Mi’Ty Lifts Inc
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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.

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  1. 1. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  2. 2. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  3. 3. To create a means for the do–it-yourself home mechanic to work under their vehicle safely and comfortably. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  4. 4. INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS Self contained, portable design. Freestanding – not permanently mounted. DC Electric motor powered. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  5. 5. INITIAL DESIGN IDEAS Lead screw driven. Programmable Logic Controller (PLC Drive). 48” lifting height. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  6. 6. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  7. 7. TYREL RUCH  Design Hoist arms and saddle assembly.  Design hoist arm locking system.  Research materials and components for design. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  8. 8. TYREL RUCH  Create detail drawings for designed parts.  Gantt charting & presentation. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  9. 9. MIKE HOLZER  Design lead screw drive system.  Design weldment assembly and sheet metal.  Research materials and components for design. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  10. 10. MIKE HOLZER  Create detail drawings for designed parts.  Final package & presentation. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  11. 11. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  12. 12.  Large Commercial Size  No Portability  Expensive MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  13. 13. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  14. 14. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  15. 15. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  16. 16.  Limited access to undercar components  Separate power unit  Requires blocking to support pinch weld MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  17. 17. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  18. 18. 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.
  19. 19. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  20. 20. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  21. 21. High power demand Noisy Power Head
  22. 22. Minimal power demand Quieter operation Integrated components
  23. 23. 1½ -4 Acme Lead Screw Bronze Drive Dog Torque required to lift 3000 lbs. = 413.70 IN-LB
  24. 24. 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
  25. 25. Dayton 1F798 1 HP – 1750 RPM 115V AC / 90V DC 10.0A at full load
  26. 26. Max Torque – 36.5 IN-LB Integrated motor speed controller and brake. Reversible
  27. 27. 1” x 48” SS Support Rails High Performance Self Aligning Linear Ball Bearing Maintains hoist saddle alignment
  28. 28. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  29. 29. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  30. 30. 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
  31. 31. ¾ - 10 Anchor bolts. Permanent floor mounted anchors. Ensures solid floor positioning.
  32. 32. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  33. 33. Arm locks disengage at lowest hoist position. Arm locks engage once hoist is lifted 1”.
  34. 34. Handle allows for positioning of arms when hoist saddle is raised. Ensures proper position of hoist arms during operation.
  35. 35. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  36. 36. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  37. 37. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  38. 38. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  39. 39. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  40. 40. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  41. 41. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  42. 42. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  43. 43. DAVID GOLDMAN DAMON WRAY MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  44. 44. DAVID GOLDMAN  Owner, Boulevard Sinclair Inc., Minnetonka, MN  35+ years experience MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  45. 45. DAMON WRAY  Service Technician, Boulevard Sinclair, Minnetonka, MN  24 years experience MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  46. 46. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  47. 47. 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.
  48. 48. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  49. 49. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  50. 50. FUTURE DESIGN CHANGES Place controllers on both sides for ease of use. Design a mechanical latching system for the saddle. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  51. 51. 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.
  52. 52. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  53. 53.  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.
  54. 54.  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.
  55. 55.  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.
  56. 56. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  57. 57.  Define clear goals for each team member.  Select a project with which you are already familiar. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  58. 58.  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.
  59. 59.  Carefully research the product which you intend to design. Somebody may already offer something very similar… MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  60. 60.  Max – Jax Brand  6000 LB Portable Hoist
  61. 61. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.
  62. 62. MI’TY LIFTS, INC.

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