CN111056276A - Plate conveying and ash removing system and method - Google Patents

Plate conveying and ash removing system and method Download PDF

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CN111056276A
CN111056276A CN202010053879.1A CN202010053879A CN111056276A CN 111056276 A CN111056276 A CN 111056276A CN 202010053879 A CN202010053879 A CN 202010053879A CN 111056276 A CN111056276 A CN 111056276A
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丁欣欣
丁泽成
王文广
钟诚
朱开放
郑晓峰
李建斌
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
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    • B08CLEANING
    • B08BCLEANING IN GENERAL; PREVENTION OF FOULING IN GENERAL
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    • B08BCLEANING IN GENERAL; PREVENTION OF FOULING IN GENERAL
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    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
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    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
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    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65GTRANSPORT OR STORAGE DEVICES, e.g. CONVEYORS FOR LOADING OR TIPPING, SHOP CONVEYOR SYSTEMS OR PNEUMATIC TUBE CONVEYORS
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Abstract

The invention discloses a plate conveying and ash removing system and a plate conveying and ash removing method, wherein the plate conveying and ash removing system comprises a first conveying device, a second conveying device, an ash removing device, a plate overturning device and a gantry manipulator; the first conveying device comprises two first conveying devices which are arranged side by side; the second conveying equipment comprises two second conveying devices which are arranged side by side, and each second conveying device is also provided with a transverse conveying device; one ash removing device is arranged on one side of one second conveying device, one plate overturning device is arranged on the front side of the other second conveying device, and one ash removing device is arranged on the front side of the plate overturning device. The plate conveying ash removal system and the plate conveying ash removal method disclosed by the invention realize automatic ash removal, improve the ash removal efficiency, can remove ash on both the upper and lower processing surfaces of a plate, and fully automatically convey or reflux the plate and the tray, thereby improving the production efficiency.

Description

Plate conveying and ash removing system and method
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of plate processing and transportation, in particular to a plate transportation ash removal system and a plate transportation ash removal method.
Background
With the popularization of the assembly type interior decoration, the demand of the decorative plate is continuously increased, and the requirement on the production efficiency of a plate production line is higher and higher. Wherein, for some plates needing film coating, transfer printing and paint spraying, the ash removal is needed for the processing surface of the plate. At present, the deashing machine is mostly the single face deashing, just needs the manual work to overturn panel to the panel that the machined surface carried downwards, gets into the deashing machine deashing through the transfer chain by manual work again, and whole panel processing line can't realize automated production to cause great cost of labor, the dust that the deashing machine operation caused can lead to the fact the injury to workman's physical and mental health.
In view of this, it is necessary to provide a plate transportation ash removal system and a plate transportation ash removal method capable of improving ash removal efficiency.
Disclosure of Invention
The technical scheme of the invention provides a plate conveying and ash removing system which comprises a first conveying device, a second conveying device, an ash removing device, a plate overturning device and a gantry manipulator, wherein the first conveying device is connected with the ash removing device;
the first conveying device comprises two first conveying devices which are arranged side by side;
the second conveying equipment comprises two second conveying devices which are arranged side by side, and the two second conveying devices are correspondingly arranged at the front sides of the two first conveying devices;
each second conveying device is also provided with a transverse conveying device;
one ash removing device is arranged on one side of one second conveying device, one plate overturning device is arranged on the front side of the other second conveying device, and one ash removing device is arranged on the front side of the plate overturning device;
the gantry manipulator comprises a gantry and a manipulator for carrying the plates, and is mounted on a gantry top beam of the gantry through a four-way adjusting device;
the gantry spans the second conveying device and the ash removing device positioned outside the second conveying device, and the manipulator is positioned above the second conveying device and the ash removing device.
Furthermore, the four-way adjusting device comprises a sliding seat in sliding connection with the portal frame top beam, a moving driving mechanism for driving the sliding seat to slide on the portal frame top beam and a lifting driving mechanism connected between the sliding seat and the manipulator.
Further, the movement driving mechanism comprises a rack, a gear meshed with the rack and a gear driving motor for driving the gear to rotate;
the rack is arranged on the surface of the top beam of the portal frame;
the gear is installed on the sliding seat through a gear rotating shaft, the gear driving motor is fixedly installed on the sliding seat, and an output shaft of the gear driving motor is connected with the gear rotating shaft.
Further, the manipulator comprises a mounting frame and a plurality of suckers arranged below the mounting frame.
Further, the second conveying device comprises a second bracket and a plurality of second rollers which are arranged on the second bracket at intervals;
the transverse conveying device comprises a plurality of lifting transverse conveyors arranged at intervals, and each transverse conveyor is arranged between two adjacent second rollers;
the cross conveyor has a raised state and a dropped state;
when the transverse conveyor is in a lifting state, the transverse conveyor extends out of a gap between two adjacent second rollers;
when the transverse conveyor is in a falling state, the transverse conveyor descends from a gap between two adjacent second rollers.
Further, the transverse conveyor comprises a conveyor crane and a conveyor belt provided on the conveyor crane, the conveyor belt being arranged along the axial direction of the second roller;
the conveyor belt is positioned above the second roller when the cross conveyor is in the raised condition;
when the transverse conveyor is in a fall-back state, the conveyor belt is positioned below the second roller.
Further, one transverse conveyor is arranged between every two adjacent second rollers.
Further, the ash removal device comprises a third conveying device and an ash removal device;
the ash removal device comprises an ash removal device lifting frame provided with a screw rod, a sleeve which is sleeved on the screw rod and can move linearly along the screw rod, and an ash removal rotary table arranged on the sleeve;
a rotating shaft of the ash removal rotating disc is parallel to the screw;
the ash removal device lifting frame stretches across the third conveying device, the screw is transversely arranged above the third conveying device, and the ash removal rotary table is positioned above the third conveying device.
Furthermore, a guide rod parallel to the screw rod is arranged on the ash removal device lifting frame, and the sleeve can be slidably arranged on the guide rod;
a screw driving motor is arranged on the ash removal device lifting frame, and an output shaft of the screw driving motor is connected with the screw;
a turntable bracket is connected between the ash removal turntable and the sleeve, and the ash removal turntable is mounted on the turntable bracket through the turntable rotating shaft;
the sleeve is provided with the rotary table driving motor, and the output end of the rotary table driving motor is connected with the rotary table rotating shaft.
Furthermore, a plurality of sleeves are sleeved on the screw at intervals, each sleeve is provided with a turntable support, and each turntable support is provided with the ash removal turntable;
the rotary disc rotating shafts of any two adjacent ash removing rotary discs are connected;
the rotary table driving motor is arranged on one of the sleeves and is connected with the rotary table rotating shaft.
Further, the plate turnover device comprises a fourth conveying device and a plate turnover mechanism arranged on the fourth conveying device;
the plate turnover mechanism comprises a guide rail, a slide block driving mechanism for driving the slide block to slide on the guide rail, a plate clamp, a clamp connecting shaft and a connecting shaft driving motor for driving the clamp connecting shaft to rotate;
the guide rail is installed on the fourth conveying device and extends along the width direction of the fourth conveying device;
the sliding block is arranged on the guide rail and is connected with the guide rail in a sliding manner;
the plate clamp is connected with the sliding block through a clamp connecting shaft;
the connecting shaft driving motor is arranged on the sliding block, and the output end of the connecting shaft driving motor is connected with the clamp connecting shaft;
the slide block driving mechanism is installed on the fourth conveying device, and the output end of the slide block driving mechanism is connected with the slide block.
Furthermore, a plurality of plate turnover mechanisms are arranged on the fourth conveying device at intervals.
The technical scheme of the invention also provides a plate conveying ash removal method, which adopts the plate conveying ash removal system of any one of the technical schemes, and comprises the following steps:
s001: placing the tray with the plates on a first conveying device;
s002: conveying the tray with the plate to a first second conveying device through a first conveying device;
s003: the plate with the upward processing surface is transferred to the ash removal equipment positioned outside the first second conveying device through the mechanical arm to be cleaned;
s004: transferring the plate with the processing surface facing downwards to a second conveying device through a mechanical arm;
s005: the plate with the downward processing surface is transferred to plate overturning equipment on the front side through a second conveying device, and the processing surface of the plate is overturned upward through the plate overturning equipment;
s006: the plate turnover equipment transfers the turnover plate to the ash removal equipment at the front side of the plate turnover equipment for cleaning;
s007: after the plates in the tray are emptied, the tray is transferred from the first second conveying device to the second conveying device through the transverse conveying device;
s008: the second conveying device transfers the tray to the second first conveying device, and the tray is recovered.
By adopting the technical scheme, the method has the following beneficial effects:
the plate conveying ash removal system and the plate conveying ash removal method provided by the invention realize automatic ash removal, improve the ash removal efficiency, can remove ash on both the upper and lower processing surfaces of a plate, and fully automatically convey or reflux the plate and the tray, thereby improving the production efficiency.
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FIG. 1 is a top view of a plate transport ash removal system according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a top view of a first transfer apparatus;
FIG. 3 is a top view of a second conveyor apparatus;
FIG. 4 is a top view of the second conveyor and the cross conveyor;
FIG. 5 is a side view of the second conveyor and the cross conveyor;
FIG. 6 is a side view of the cross conveyor;
FIG. 7 is a top view of the drive pulley, driven pulley, and drive belt;
FIG. 8 is a schematic view of the arrangement of the driving wheel driving motor connected to the driving wheel;
FIG. 9 is a top view of the ash removal device;
FIG. 10 is a top view of the ash removal device;
FIG. 11 is a schematic view of the screw mounted on the ash removal device crane;
FIG. 12 is a top view of the ash removal turntable mounted on the sleeve via the turntable support;
FIG. 13 is a schematic view of the ash removal rotating disk mounted on the sleeve through the rotating disk support along the axial direction;
FIG. 14 is a top view of the panel turnover apparatus;
FIG. 15 is a top view of the plate turnover mechanism;
FIG. 16 is a top view of a gantry robot;
FIG. 17 is a side view of a gantry robot;
FIG. 18 is a top view of the robot;
FIG. 19 is a schematic view of the assembly of the slide mount, gear drive motor, gear shaft and gears;
FIG. 20 is a schematic view of the assembly of the gantry top beam, rails and racks;
fig. 21 is an assembly view of the rail, the sliding seat, the rack, the gear, the rotating shaft, and the driving motor.
Detailed Description
The following further describes embodiments of the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings. In which like parts are designated by like reference numerals. It should be noted that the terms "front," "back," "left," "right," "upper" and "lower" used in the following description refer to directions in the drawings, and the terms "inner" and "outer" refer to directions toward and away from, respectively, the geometric center of a particular component.
As shown in fig. 1-4 and fig. 16-21, the plate material transportation ash removal system provided by the embodiment of the invention comprises a first conveying device 1, a second conveying device 2, an ash removal device 3, a plate material turnover device 4 and a gantry robot 5.
The first conveyor device 1 comprises two first conveyor means 11 side by side.
The second conveyor apparatus 2 comprises two second conveyors 21 side by side, the two second conveyors 21 being arranged correspondingly on the front side of the two first conveyors 11.
A transverse conveyor 22 is also provided in each second conveyor 21.
One ash removing device 3 is arranged on one side of one second conveying device 21, one platen material overturning device 4 is arranged on the front side of the other second conveying device 21, and one ash removing device 3 is arranged on the front side of the platen material overturning device 4.
The gantry manipulator 5 comprises a gantry 51 and a manipulator 55 for carrying the sheet material, and the manipulator 55 is mounted on a gantry top beam 511 of the gantry 51 through a four-way adjusting device.
The gantry 51 spans the second conveying device 2 and the ash removing device 3 positioned outside the second conveying device 21, and the robot 55 is positioned above the second conveying device 2 and the ash removing device 3.
The plate conveying and ash removing system provided by the embodiment of the invention is mainly used for conveying and removing ash of plates.
The plate conveying and ash removing system comprises a set of first conveying equipment 1, a set of second conveying equipment 2, two ash removing equipment 3, a platen material overturning equipment 4 and a gantry manipulator 5.
The first conveying device 1 comprises two first conveying devices 11 arranged side by side, the first conveying devices 11 are roller conveying devices and comprise first supports 11 and a plurality of first rollers 12, and the first rollers 12 are arranged on the first supports 11 at intervals. A first driving motor is mounted on the first support 11 for driving the first roller 12 to rotate. A belt or a chain is connected between the rotating shafts of the first rollers 12, and the first driving motor is connected with the rotating shaft of one first roller 12, so that all the first rollers 12 can be driven to rotate.
The second conveyor apparatus 2 comprises two second conveyors 21 side by side, the two second conveyors 21 being arranged correspondingly on the front side of the two first conveyors 11. In each second conveyor 21 there is also arranged a transverse conveyor 22 for conveying empty pallets from the first second conveyor 21 onto the second conveyor 21.
In operation, the two first conveyors 11 are in opposite directions, the first conveyor 11 being arranged to convey the pallets with sheet material to the first second conveyor 21 of the second conveyor apparatus 2. The second first conveyor 11 is used to retrieve empty trays from the second conveyor 21.
One ash removing device 3 is arranged outside the first second conveying device 21, a platen material overturning device 4 is arranged at the front side of the second conveying device 21, and the second ash removing device 3 is arranged at the front side of the platen material overturning device 4.
The gantry manipulator 5 comprises a gantry 51 and a manipulator 55, wherein a gantry top beam 511 is arranged at the upper part of the gantry 51, gantry side beams 512 are arranged at two sides of the gantry 51, and the gantry top beam 511 is connected to the upper ends of the gantry side beams 512 at the two sides.
The manipulator 55 is used for carrying the sheet material, and a four-way adjusting device of the manipulator is arranged on a portal frame top beam 511 of the portal frame 51. The four-way adjusting device can realize up-down, left-right adjustment, so that the manipulator 55 is driven to realize up-down, left-right adjustment.
The portal frame 51 spans the second conveying device 2 and the first ash removing device 3 positioned outside the first second conveying device 21, a portal frame side beam 512 at one side is positioned outside the second conveying device 21, and a portal frame side beam 512 at the other side is positioned outside the ash removing device 3, so that a portal frame top beam 511 is transversely arranged above the second conveying device 2 and the ash removing device 3, and the manipulator 55 is hung above the second conveying device 2 and the ash removing device 3.
When the four-way adjusting device drives the manipulator 55 to adjust up and down below the top beam 511 of the portal frame, the manipulator 55 can grab the lower plate. When the four-direction adjusting device drives the manipulator 55 to move left and right on the top beam 511 of the portal frame, the manipulator 55 can convey the plate with the upward processing surface to the ash removal device 3 positioned outside the first and second conveying devices 21 for ash removal treatment. When the four-direction adjusting device drives the manipulator 55 to move left and right on the top beam 511 of the portal frame, the manipulator 55 can also convey the material with the processing surface facing downwards to the second conveying device 21, then the second conveying device 21 conveys the material with the processing surface facing downwards to the plate overturning device 4, the plate is overturned by 180 degrees by the plate overturning device 4, the processing surface of the plate faces upwards, and then the plate is conveyed to the second dust cleaning device 3 for dust cleaning treatment.
When the plates are loaded into the tray, two pairs of the plates are stacked to form a stack, so that the processing surface of one plate faces downwards and the processing surface of one plate faces upwards in two adjacent plates. The plate with the upward processing surface is directly transferred to the first ash removal device 3 by the manipulator 55 for ash removal, the plate with the downward processing surface is transferred to the second conveying device 21 by the manipulator 55, and after being turned over by the plate turning device 4, the plate is subjected to ash removal by the second ash removal device 3. The tray emptied on the first conveyor 21 is conveyed to the second conveyor 21 by the transverse conveyor 22, and then conveyed to the second first conveyor 11 by the second conveyor 21, so that the tray is recovered.
Therefore, the plate conveying ash removal system provided by the invention realizes automatic ash removal, improves the ash removal efficiency, can remove ash on both the upper and lower processing surfaces of a plate, and can fully automatically convey or reflux the plate and the tray, thereby improving the production efficiency.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 16-21, the four-way adjusting device comprises a sliding base 52 slidably connected to the top beam 511 of the gantry, a moving driving mechanism 53 for driving the sliding base 52 to slide on the top beam 511 of the gantry, and a lifting driving mechanism 54 connected between the sliding base 52 and the robot 55.
The sliding base 52 is mounted on the top beam 511 of the portal frame, and is slidably connected with the top beam 511 of the portal frame, so that the sliding base can be adjusted in a left-right sliding manner.
The lifting driving mechanism 54 is connected between the sliding seat 52 and the robot 55, and is used for driving the robot 55 to adjust up and down.
The moving driving mechanism 53 is installed on the gantry top beam 511, and is used for driving the sliding seat 52 to move linearly.
The moving driving mechanism 53 may be a rack, a gear, or a motor, and the moving driving mechanism 53 may also be a linear driving cylinder or a linear driving cylinder.
When the moving driving mechanism 53 is a linear driving cylinder or a linear driving cylinder, a cylinder of the linear driving cylinder or the linear driving cylinder is installed at one end of the gantry beam 511, and a piston rod of the linear driving cylinder or the linear driving cylinder is connected with the sliding seat 52, so that the sliding seat 52 is driven to move linearly.
When the moving driving mechanism 53 can be a rack, a gear, or a motor, the rack is mounted on the gantry beam 511, the gear is mounted on the sliding seat 52 through a rotating shaft and is engaged with the rack, and the motor is mounted on the sliding seat and is used for driving the gear to rotate, so as to drive the sliding seat 52 to move linearly.
The elevation drive mechanism 54 is used to drive the robot 5 up and down to adjust the height. The lift driving mechanism 54 may be a lift driving cylinder or a lift driving cylinder, the cylinder of which is connected to the sliding base 52, and the piston rod of which is connected to the robot 55.
The lift drive mechanism 54 may be any other mechanism capable of moving the robot up and down.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 16-21, the movement driving mechanism 53 includes a rack 531, a gear 532 engaged with the rack 531, and a gear driving motor 533 for driving the gear 532 to rotate.
The rack 531 is installed on the surface of the gantry top beam 511.
The gear 532 is mounted on the sliding seat 52 through a gear rotating shaft 534, the gear driving motor 533 is fixedly mounted on the sliding seat 52, and an output shaft 5331 of the gear driving motor 533 is connected with the gear rotating shaft 534.
In this embodiment, the rack 531 is mounted on the gantry top beam 511, which may be mounted on the top, side, or bottom surface of the gantry top beam 511. The rack 531 extends along the length of the gantry top beam 511.
A gear 532 and a gear driving motor 533 are mounted on the sliding seat 52. The gear 532 is fixedly installed on the gear rotating shaft 534, the gear rotating shaft 534 is installed on the sliding seat 52 through a bearing, the gear driving motor 533 is fixedly installed on one side of the sliding seat 52, and an output shaft 5331 of the gear driving motor 533 is in transmission connection with the gear rotating shaft 534. The output shaft 5331 and the gear rotating shaft 534 can be directly connected through a coupling or can be connected through a transmission 535. The transmission 535 may be a belt, chain, gear train, or the like.
The gear driving motor 533 can rotate in the forward direction and in the reverse direction. When the gear driving motor 533 rotates forward, it drives the gear 532 to rotate forward through the gear rotating shaft 534, and the gear 532 is engaged with the rack 531 and moves on the rack 531 toward one end of the gantry top beam 511. When the gear driving motor 533 rotates reversely, it drives the gear 532 to rotate reversely through the gear rotating shaft 534, and the gear 532 is engaged with the rack 531 and moves toward the other end of the gantry top beam 511 on the rack 531. During the movement of the gear 532, the gear rotating shaft 534 generates a thrust force on the sliding seat 52 through a bearing, so that the sliding seat 52 moves along with the movement, thereby realizing the reciprocating movement on the gantry top beam 511.
Preferably, two gear driving motors 533 may be respectively connected to two ends of the gear rotating shaft 534, one of which serves as a general motor and the other serves as a standby motor. When the common motor fails, the standby motor is connected with the gear rotating shaft 534 and is used for operation.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 19-21, the gantry top beam 511 is provided with a track 5111.
The sliding seat 52 is provided with a sliding chute 521, the track 5111 is fitted in the sliding chute 521, and the track 5111 is in clearance fit with the chute wall of the sliding chute 521.
The rack 531 is provided on the bottom surface of the rail 5111, and the gear 532 is located below the rack 531.
The gear 532 is installed in the sliding seat 52 through the gear rotating shaft 534, and the gear 532 is at least partially located in the sliding slot 521 and meshed with the rack 531.
The gear driving motor 533 is installed outside the sliding seat 52, and an output shaft 5331 of the gear driving motor 533 is connected to the gear rotating shaft 534 through a transmission 535.
In this embodiment, a rail 5111 is provided at the bottom of the gantry top beam 511, and the rack 531 is provided on the bottom surface of the rail 5111. A portion of the gear 532 is located inside the sliding slot 521 and a portion is located inside the sliding seat 52. The gear shaft 534 passes through the sliding seat 52.
During assembly, the sliding seat 52 can be sleeved on one end of the track 5111, so that the track 5111 penetrates into the sliding groove 521 to realize sliding fit.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 19-21, a stop plate 522 is provided at the top of the chute 521. The rail 5111 is located below the limit plate 522. Grooves 5113 are respectively formed in the left side and the right side above the track 5111 on the top beam 511 of the portal frame, and the limit plate 522 is inserted into the grooves 5113 to realize upper and lower limit. The groove 5113 extends along the length of the track 5111. When the sliding seat 52 slides, the limit plate 522 may slide in the groove 5113.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 19-21, a limit groove 5112 is provided on an upper surface of the track 5111. The limiting plate 522 is provided with a limiting pin 523 extending downwards, and the limiting pin 523 is slidably fitted in the limiting groove 5112. The limit pin 523 is inserted into the limit groove 5112 and is in clearance fit with the limit groove 5112, so that the left and right limits of the sliding seat 52 are realized. The limit groove 5112 extends along the length direction of the rail 5111. When the sliding seat 52 slides, the limit pin 523 can slide in the limit groove 5112.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 16 and 18, the robot 55 includes a mounting frame 551 and a plurality of suction cups 552 disposed below the mounting frame 551. The robot 55 includes a mounting frame 551 and suction cups 552, and a plurality of suction cups 552 are disposed below the mounting frame 551. Suction cup 552 is used to suck the sheet material. When the plate picking device is used, the suction cups 552 are aligned with the surface of a plate, and then the suction cups 552 are pressed, so that the plate can be picked up. After moving the sheet to the desired location, the sheet is pressed by a human or other press, and the robot is operated to pull the suction cups 552 away from the sheet to complete the placement of the sheet. In the process, the edge of the plate cannot be damaged.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 3-5, the second conveyor 21 includes a second frame 211 and a plurality of second rollers 212 arranged at intervals on the second frame 211.
The transverse conveyor 22 includes a plurality of elevating transverse conveyors 221 arranged at intervals, and each transverse conveyor 221 is arranged between two adjacent second rollers 212.
The cross conveyor 221 has a raised state and a fallen state.
When the transverse conveyor 221 is in the raised state, the transverse conveyor 221 protrudes from the gap between the adjacent two second rollers 212.
When the transverse conveyor 221 is in the fall-back state, the transverse conveyor 212 descends from the gap between the adjacent two second rollers 212.
The second conveyor 21 is a roller conveyor including a second frame 211 and a plurality of second rollers 212 arranged at intervals on the second frame 211. A second driving motor 213 is mounted on the second bracket 211 for driving the second roller 212 to rotate. A belt or a chain is connected between the rotating shafts of the second rollers 212, and the second driving motor 213 is connected with one rotating shaft of the second roller 212, so that all the second rollers 212 can be driven to rotate.
The transverse conveyor 22 comprises a plurality of lifting transverse conveyors 221 which are arranged at intervals, and the conveying direction of the transverse conveyors 221 is perpendicular to the conveying direction of the second conveying device 21. The conveying direction of the cross conveyor 221 is parallel to the axis of the second roller 212 or is conveyed along the axial direction of the second roller 212.
The cross conveyor 221 is used to transfer emptied pallets or material from one second conveyor 21 to another second conveyor 21.
Each of the cross conveyors 221 is disposed between two adjacent second rollers 212, and can be raised or lowered from a gap between the two second rollers 212.
The cross conveyor 221 has a raised state and a fallen state.
When the transverse conveyor 221 is in the raised state, the transverse conveyor 221 protrudes from the gap between two adjacent second rollers 212, so that the tray or the material on the second rollers 212 can be lifted up and then transversely transferred to another second conveyor 21.
When the transverse conveyor 221 is in the falling state, the transverse conveyor 212 falls or descends from the gap between two adjacent second rollers 212, which is located below the second rollers 212, without affecting the operation and conveyance of the second rollers 212.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 5-8, the transverse conveyor 221 includes a conveyor crane 2211 and a conveyor belt 2215 disposed on the conveyor crane 2211, the conveyor belt 2215 being arranged along the axial direction of the second roller 212.
When the cross conveyor 221 is in the raised state, the conveyor belt 2215 is located above the second roller 212.
When the cross conveyor 221 is in the fall back state, the conveyor belt 2215 is located below the second roller 212.
Cross conveyor 221 includes a conveyor crane 2211, a conveyor top bar 2212, a drive pulley 2213, a driven pulley 2214, and a conveyor belt 2215.
A driving wheel driving motor 2216 is arranged on the top beam 2212 of the conveyor, and the output end of the driving wheel driving motor 2216 is connected with the rotating shaft of the driving wheel 2213. The output end of the driving wheel driving motor 2216 can be connected with the rotating shaft of the driving wheel 2213 through a shaft coupling or a gear set to drive the driving wheel 2213 to rotate.
The conveyor crane 2211 is a support that can be lifted. The conveyor top bar 2212 is mounted on the conveyor crane 2211. The conveyor top beam 2212 is disposed between the gaps of two adjacent second rollers 212 and can be protruded upward or dropped from the gaps between the adjacent second rollers 212. The extension direction of the conveyor top beam 2212 is parallel to the axis of the second roller 212. The primary and secondary pulleys 22213 and 22214 are mounted on the top conveyor beam 2212, respectively, in spaced apart relation. Specifically, drive pulley 2213 may be mounted at one end of conveyor top beam 2212 and driven pulley 2214 may be mounted at the other end of conveyor top beam 2212. Conveyor belt 2215 may be a belt or a chain for conveying sheets or trays. A conveyor belt 2215 is fitted over the drive and driven pulleys 2213 and 2214, the conveyor belt 2215 extending in a direction parallel to the axis of the second roller 212. As the conveyor top bar 2212 moves, the conveyor belt 2215 can also extend upward or fall from the gap between two adjacent second rollers 212.
Thus, the conveying direction of the conveyor belt 2215 is perpendicular to the conveying direction of the second roller 212, and if the conveying direction of the second roller 212 is the front-back direction or the longitudinal direction, the conveying direction of the conveyor belt 2215 is the left-right direction or the lateral direction.
When the transverse conveyor 221 is in the raised state, the conveyor top bar 2212 extends upward from the gap between two adjacent second rollers 212, and the conveyor belt 2215 is raised upward and above the second rollers 212, so that pallets or materials on the second rollers 212 can be lifted up by the conveyor belt 2215 and transversely conveyed by the conveyor belt 2215.
When the transverse conveyor 221 is in the falling state, the conveyor top beam 2212 descends or falls back from the gap between two adjacent second rollers 212, and the conveyor belt 2215 is positioned below the second rollers 212, so that the operation and transmission of the second rollers 212 are not affected.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 4-5, a transverse conveyor 221 is disposed between every two adjacent second rollers 212 to improve the transverse conveying capability.
The conveyor crane 2211 comprises at least two lifting cylinders, and the piston rods of the two lifting cylinders are respectively connected with two ends of the conveyor top beam 2212. The lifting cylinder drives the top beam 2212 of the conveyor to lift, and further drives the driving wheel 2213, the driven wheel 2214 and the conveyor belt 2215 to lift.
In one embodiment, as shown in FIGS. 9-13, the ash removal device 3 includes a third conveyor 31 and an ash removal device 32.
The ash removing device 32 comprises an ash removing device crane 321 provided with a screw rod 322, a sleeve 323 sleeved on the screw rod 322 and capable of moving linearly along the screw rod 322, and an ash removing turntable 324 arranged on the sleeve 323.
The ash removal turntable 324 has a turntable axis 3242 parallel to the screw 322.
The ash removing device crane 321 spans the third conveying device 31, the screw 322 is transversely arranged above the third conveying device 31, and the ash removing turntable 34 is positioned above the third conveying device 31.
The third conveyor 31 is a roller conveyor, and includes a third frame and a plurality of third rollers 311 disposed on the third frame. A third driving motor is mounted on the third bracket and is used for driving the third roller 311 to rotate. A belt or a chain is connected between the rotating shafts of the third rollers 311, and the third driving motor is connected with the rotating shaft of one third roller 311, so that all the third rollers 311 can be driven to rotate.
The ash removing device 32 mainly comprises an ash removing device lifting frame 321, a screw rod 322, a sleeve 323 and an ash removing turntable 324.
The ash removal device crane 321 is a support capable of lifting. The screw rod 322 is arranged on the ash removing device lifting frame 321 through a bearing, and the screw rod 322 can rotate. The sleeve 323 is fitted over the screw 322 and can linearly move along the screw 322. The ash removing rotary table 324 is mounted on the sleeve 323, is fixedly mounted on a rotary table rotary shaft 3242, and can rotate along with the rotary table rotary shaft 3242 to clean dirt or ash on the surface of the plate. Carousel pivot 3242 is parallel to screw 322.
Therefore, the height of the ash cleaning turntable 324 can be adjusted by lifting the ash cleaning device lifting frame 321, the sleeve 323 can be driven to move left and right by rotating the screw rod 322, and then the ash cleaning turntable 324 can transversely reciprocate left and right.
A protective layer may be provided on the surface of the ash removal turntable 324 as needed to protect the sheet material.
When the ash removing rotary disc 324 is close to the plate and rotates, the generated wind can blow away dust or dirt with small adhesive force.
If the dirt is adhered to the surface of the plate, it is necessary to contact the ash removal turntable 324 with the surface of the plate to clean the adhered dirt or ash by the rotation of the ash removal turntable 324.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 9-13, a guide rod 3210 parallel to the screw 322 is disposed on the ash remover crane 321, and the sleeve 323 is slidably disposed on the guide rod 3210.
A screw driving motor 325 is arranged on the ash cleaning device lifting frame 321, and an output shaft of the screw driving motor 325 is connected with the screw 322.
A turntable support 3241 is connected between the ash removing turntable 324 and the sleeve 323, and the ash removing turntable 324 is mounted on the turntable support 3241 through a turntable rotating shaft 3242.
A turntable driving motor 326 is mounted on the sleeve 323, and an output end of the turntable driving motor 326 is connected to a turntable rotating shaft 3242.
The screw 322 can rotate on the ash remover lifting rack 321 through the action of a screw driving motor 325. The output shaft of the screw driving motor 325 may be connected to the screw 322 through a coupling or a gear set or a transmission belt to realize transmission.
The sleeve 323 has internal threads therein, which fit over the screw 322, and which is in threaded engagement with the screw 322. In order to guide the sleeve 323 to move only but not rotate, a guide rod 3210 is provided on the ash removal device crane 321, and the guide rod 3210 is parallel to the screw rod 322. An axial through hole is formed in the wall of the sleeve 323, and the guide rod 3210 penetrates through the through hole in the wall and is in sliding connection or clearance fit with the wall of the sleeve, so that the sleeve 323 can slide along the guide rod 3210.
When the screw rod drive motor 325 drives the screw rod 322 to rotate, a force is applied to the sleeve 323 under the action of the screw thread to enable the sleeve 323 to rotate, and due to the action of the guide rod 3210, the sleeve 323 cannot rotate and can only linearly move along the guide rod 3210, so that the transverse position of the ash removal turntable 324 connected to the sleeve 323 can be adjusted.
The ash removal turntable 324 is mounted on a turntable support 3241 through a rotating shaft 3242, and the turntable support 3241 is fixedly connected to the outer surface of the sleeve 323. A bearing is installed between the rotation shaft 3242 and the dial support 3241 so that the rotation shaft 3242 can rotate on the dial support 3241. The ash removal turntable 324 is fixedly mounted on the rotating shaft 3242, and when the rotating shaft 3242 rotates, the ash removal turntable 324 rotates.
The turntable driving motor 325 is installed on the sleeve 323, and the output end of the turntable driving motor is connected with the rotating shaft 3242 through a coupling or a gear set or a transmission belt, so that the rotating shaft 3242 can be driven to rotate, and the ash removal turntable 324 is driven to rotate through the rotating shaft 3242 to clean dirt or ash on the surface of the plate.
The ash removal device crane 321 comprises at least two lifting oil cylinders 3211, and a supporting block 3213 is arranged on a piston rod 3212 of the lifting oil cylinders 3211. Both ends of the screw rod 322 are respectively connected in the supporting blocks 3213. The screw driving motor 325 is mounted on one of the support blocks 3213.
The telescopic lifting cylinder 3211 can drive the supporting block 3213 and the screw rod 322 to move up and down, thereby driving the sleeve 323 and the ash removal turntable 324 to adjust the height position.
Bearings are arranged between the two ends of the screw 322 and the supporting blocks 3213, and the screw driving motor 325 is mounted on one of the supporting blocks 3213.
In one embodiment, a plurality of sleeves 323 are sleeved on the screw 322 at intervals, each sleeve 323 is provided with a turntable support 3241, each turntable support 3241 is provided with an ash removal turntable 324, and each sleeve 323 is provided with a turntable driving motor 326. Each sleeve 323 is slidably connected to the guide rod 3210. The number of the ash removal disks 324 that can be cleaned is increased, and the stroke of each ash removal disk 324 in the width direction can be reduced. Moreover, the ash-cleaning rotary disc 324 can be selected to rotate for ash cleaning according to the requirement.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 10, a plurality of sleeves 323 are sleeved on the screw 322 at intervals, each sleeve 323 is provided with a turntable support 3241, and each turntable support 3241 is provided with an ash removal turntable 324.
The turntable shafts 3242 of any two adjacent ash removal turntables 324 are connected.
A turntable drive motor 326 is mounted on one of the sleeves 323 and is coupled to a turntable shaft 3242.
The number of the ash removal disks 324 that can be cleaned is increased, and the stroke of each ash removal disk 324 in the width direction can be reduced. And the ash removal turnplate 324 connected to the same rotating shaft 3242 can be driven to rotate by one turnplate driving motor 326, so that the ash removal turnplate 324 can synchronously rotate for ash removal.
In one embodiment, a brush or a cleaning cloth is disposed on the ash removing turntable 324 to clean dust or adhered matters on the surface of the plate material, so as to provide protection for the surface of the plate material.
In one embodiment, the front side and the rear side of the sleeve 323 are respectively provided with a turntable support 3241, and each turntable support 3241 is provided with an ash removal turntable 324, so that the single ash removal area is increased, and the ash removal efficiency is improved.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 14 to 15, the sheet inverting apparatus 4 includes a fourth conveyor 41 and a sheet inverting mechanism 42 provided on the fourth conveyor 41.
The plate turnover mechanism 42 includes a guide rail 421, a slider 422, a slider driving mechanism 425 for driving the slider 422 to slide on the guide rail 421, a plate clamp 423, a clamp connecting shaft 424, and a connecting shaft driving motor 426 for driving the clamp connecting shaft 424 to rotate.
The guide rail 421 is installed on the fourth conveyor 41 and extends in the width direction of the fourth conveyor 41.
The slider 422 is disposed on the guide rail 421, and the slider 422 is slidably connected to the guide rail 421.
The plate material clamp 423 is connected to the slider 422 through a clamp connecting shaft 424.
A connecting shaft driving motor 426 is installed on the slider 422, and an output end of the connecting shaft driving motor 422 is connected to the jig connecting shaft 424.
The slider driving mechanism 425 is mounted on the fourth transfer device 41, and the output end of the slider driving mechanism 425 is connected to the slider 42.
The fourth transfer device 41 is a roller transfer device, and includes a fourth frame and a plurality of fourth rollers 411 disposed on the fourth frame. A fourth driving motor is mounted on the fourth bracket for driving the fourth roller 411 to rotate. A belt or a chain is connected between the rotating shafts of the fourth rollers 411, and the fourth driving motor is connected with the rotating shaft of one fourth roller 411, so that all the fourth rollers 411 can be driven to rotate.
The plate turnover mechanism 42 is mainly composed of a guide rail 421, a slider 422, a plate clamp 423, a clamp connecting shaft 424, a slider driving mechanism 425 and a connecting shaft driving motor 426.
The guide rail 421 is mounted on a fourth support of the fourth conveyor 41, which extends in the width direction of the fourth conveyor 41. The slider 422 is mounted on the guide rail 421 and can slide on the guide rail 421. The slider driving mechanism 425 is used to drive the slider 422 to slide on the guide rail 421. The slide block driving mechanism 425 may be a driving cylinder, a cylinder of the driving cylinder is installed on the fourth support of the fourth conveying device 41, and a piston rod of the driving cylinder is connected with the slide block 422, so that the slide block 422 can be driven to move on the guide rail 421 by stretching. Of course, the slide block driving mechanism 425 may also be a driving mechanism formed by combining a motor, a rack and a gear, the motor is installed on the slide block 422, the rack is installed on the guide rail 421, the gear is installed on the output shaft of the motor, and the gear is engaged with the rack to drive the slide block 422 to move on the rack 421.
Sheet material clamp 423 is used to hold sheet material and may be a robot, gripper, or the like. One end of the plate material clamp 423 is fixedly installed on the clamp connecting shaft 424, and the other end of the clamp connecting shaft 424 is connected with the slider 422. A bearing is provided between the slider 422 and the clip connecting shaft 424 so that the clip connecting shaft 424 can rotate on the slider 422.
The connecting shaft driving motor 426 is used to drive the clamp connecting shaft 424 to rotate. The connecting shaft driving motor 426 is fixedly mounted on the slider 422, and an output shaft thereof is connected to the jig connecting shaft 424 through a coupling or a gear train and a driving belt.
When a plate passes through the plate clamp 423, the plate clamp 423 clamps the plate, the slide block driving mechanism 425 and the connecting shaft driving motor 426 are started, and when the slide block 422 drives the plate clamp 423 to move towards one side of the turnover device frame 401 through the clamp connecting shaft 424, the clamp connecting shaft 424 rotates and drives the plate clamp 423 to turn over. When the plate material holder 423 is turned over by 180 °, the slider driving mechanism 425 and the connecting shaft driving motor 426 are stopped. After the sheet material is released by the sheet material gripper 423, the sheet material is flipped over and conveyed away from the sheet material gripper 423 by the flipper roller 402. The slide block driving mechanism 425 and the connecting shaft driving motor 426 respectively drive the slide block 422 and the plate clamp 423 to reset. Of course, the next plate can be clamped by the plate clamp 423 to be turned over by 180 degrees in the resetting process. The direction of turning the sheet material is 180 ° along the width of the turning device frame 401.
In one embodiment, as shown in fig. 14, a plurality of plate turnover mechanisms 42 are arranged on the fourth conveying device 41 at intervals, so that a plurality of plates can be turned over at a time, and the plate turnover efficiency is improved.
Referring to fig. 1 to 21, a method for transporting and cleaning ash of a plate provided by an embodiment of the present invention employs a plate transportation and cleaning system described in any of the foregoing embodiments, which includes the following steps:
s001: the tray with the sheet material is placed on a first conveyor 11.
S002: the tray loaded with the sheet material is transferred to the first second transfer device 21 by the first transfer device 11.
S003: the plate material with the processing surface facing upward is transferred by the robot 55 to the ash removal device 3 located outside the first and second conveyors 21 and cleaned.
S004: the plate material with the processing surface facing downward is transferred onto the second conveyor 21 by the robot 55.
S005: the sheet material with the processed surface facing downward is transferred onto the sheet material turning device 4 on the front side by the second conveyor 21, and the processed surface of the sheet material is turned upward by the sheet material turning device 4.
S006: the plate turnover device 4 transfers the turned plate to the ash cleaning device 3 at the front side of the plate turnover device for cleaning.
S007: after the sheet material in the tray is emptied, the tray is transferred from the first second conveyor 21 onto the second conveyor 22 by the transverse conveyor 22.
S008: the second conveyor 22 transfers the tray to the second first conveyor 11, and the tray is collected.
The plate conveying and ash removing method provided by the invention realizes automatic ash removal, improves the ash removal efficiency, can remove ash on both the upper and lower processing surfaces of the plate, and improves the production efficiency by fully automatically conveying or refluxing the plate and the tray.
According to the needs, the above technical schemes can be combined to achieve the best technical effect.
The foregoing is considered as illustrative only of the principles and preferred embodiments of the invention. It should be noted that, for those skilled in the art, several other modifications can be made on the basis of the principle of the present invention, and the protection scope of the present invention should be regarded.

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1. A plate conveying and ash removing system is characterized by comprising a first conveying device, a second conveying device, an ash removing device, a plate overturning device and a gantry manipulator;
the first conveying device comprises two first conveying devices which are arranged side by side;
the second conveying equipment comprises two second conveying devices which are arranged side by side, and the two second conveying devices are correspondingly arranged at the front sides of the two first conveying devices;
each second conveying device is also provided with a transverse conveying device;
one ash removing device is arranged on one side of one second conveying device, one plate overturning device is arranged on the front side of the other second conveying device, and one ash removing device is arranged on the front side of the plate overturning device;
the gantry manipulator comprises a gantry and a manipulator for carrying the plates, and is mounted on a gantry top beam of the gantry through a four-way adjusting device;
the gantry spans the second conveying device and the ash removing device positioned outside the second conveying device, and the manipulator is positioned above the second conveying device and the ash removing device.
2. The system for conveying and cleaning ash of plates according to claim 1, wherein the four-way adjusting device comprises a sliding seat slidably connected with the portal frame top beam, a moving driving mechanism for driving the sliding seat to slide on the portal frame top beam, and a lifting driving mechanism connected between the sliding seat and the manipulator.
3. The system for conveying and cleaning ash of sheet material as claimed in claim 2, wherein the moving driving mechanism comprises a rack, a gear engaged with the rack and a gear driving motor for driving the gear to rotate;
the rack is arranged on the surface of the top beam of the portal frame;
the gear is installed on the sliding seat through a gear rotating shaft, the gear driving motor is fixedly installed on the sliding seat, and an output shaft of the gear driving motor is connected with the gear rotating shaft.
4. The system for conveying and cleaning ash of sheet material as claimed in claim 1, wherein the manipulator comprises a mounting frame and a plurality of suction cups arranged below the mounting frame.
5. The slab transport ash removal system of claim 1 wherein the second conveyor comprises a second support and a plurality of second rollers spaced apart on the second support;
the transverse conveying device comprises a plurality of lifting transverse conveyors arranged at intervals, and each transverse conveyor is arranged between two adjacent second rollers;
the cross conveyor has a raised state and a dropped state;
when the transverse conveyor is in a lifting state, the transverse conveyor extends out of a gap between two adjacent second rollers;
when the transverse conveyor is in a falling state, the transverse conveyor descends from a gap between two adjacent second rollers.
6. The system for transporting and cleaning ash of sheet material as claimed in claim 5,
the transverse conveyor comprises a conveyor lifting frame and a conveyor belt arranged on the conveyor lifting frame, and the conveyor belt is arranged along the axial direction of the second roller;
the conveyor belt is positioned above the second roller when the cross conveyor is in the raised condition;
when the transverse conveyor is in a fall-back state, the conveyor belt is positioned below the second roller.
7. The system for conveying ash as claimed in claim 5, wherein one transverse conveyor is arranged between every two adjacent second rollers.
8. The sheet transport ash removal system of claim 1, wherein the ash removal apparatus comprises a third conveyor and an ash removal device;
the ash removal device comprises an ash removal device lifting frame provided with a screw rod, a sleeve which is sleeved on the screw rod and can move linearly along the screw rod, and an ash removal rotary table arranged on the sleeve;
a rotating shaft of the ash removal rotating disc is parallel to the screw;
the ash removal device lifting frame stretches across the third conveying device, the screw is transversely arranged above the third conveying device, and the ash removal rotary table is positioned above the third conveying device.
9. The slab transportation ash removal system of claim 8, wherein a guide rod parallel to the screw is arranged on the ash removal device crane, and the sleeve is slidably arranged on the guide rod;
a screw driving motor is arranged on the ash removal device lifting frame, and an output shaft of the screw driving motor is connected with the screw;
a turntable bracket is connected between the ash removal turntable and the sleeve, and the ash removal turntable is mounted on the turntable bracket through the turntable rotating shaft;
the sleeve is provided with the rotary table driving motor, and the output end of the rotary table driving motor is connected with the rotary table rotating shaft.
10. The board conveying ash removal system according to claim 9, wherein a plurality of the sleeves are sleeved on the screw at intervals, each sleeve is provided with the turntable support, and each turntable support is provided with the ash removal turntable;
the rotary disc rotating shafts of any two adjacent ash removing rotary discs are connected;
the rotary table driving motor is arranged on one of the sleeves and is connected with the rotary table rotating shaft.
11. The system for conveying and cleaning ash of sheet material as claimed in claim 1, wherein the sheet material turnover device comprises a fourth conveyer and a sheet material turnover mechanism arranged on the fourth conveyer;
the plate turnover mechanism comprises a guide rail, a slide block driving mechanism for driving the slide block to slide on the guide rail, a plate clamp, a clamp connecting shaft and a connecting shaft driving motor for driving the clamp connecting shaft to rotate;
the guide rail is installed on the fourth conveying device and extends along the width direction of the fourth conveying device;
the sliding block is arranged on the guide rail and is connected with the guide rail in a sliding manner;
the plate clamp is connected with the sliding block through a clamp connecting shaft;
the connecting shaft driving motor is arranged on the sliding block, and the output end of the connecting shaft driving motor is connected with the clamp connecting shaft;
the slide block driving mechanism is installed on the fourth conveying device, and the output end of the slide block driving mechanism is connected with the slide block.
12. The system for transporting and cleaning ash of claim 11, wherein a plurality of said sheet turning mechanisms are arranged on said fourth conveyer at intervals.
13. The method for conveying and cleaning the ash of the plate is characterized by adopting the plate conveying and cleaning system as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 12, and comprises the following steps:
s001: placing the tray with the plates on a first conveying device;
s002: conveying the tray with the plate to a first second conveying device through a first conveying device;
s003: the plate with the upward processing surface is transferred to the ash removal equipment positioned outside the first second conveying device through the mechanical arm to be cleaned;
s004: transferring the plate with the processing surface facing downwards to a second conveying device through a mechanical arm;
s005: the plate with the downward processing surface is transferred to plate overturning equipment on the front side through a second conveying device, and the processing surface of the plate is overturned upward through the plate overturning equipment;
s006: the plate turnover equipment transfers the turnover plate to the ash removal equipment at the front side of the plate turnover equipment for cleaning;
s007: after the plates in the tray are emptied, the tray is transferred from the first second conveying device to the second conveying device through the transverse conveying device;
s008: the second conveying device transfers the tray to the second first conveying device, and the tray is recovered.
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