CN215250422U - Manipulator based on foam glass continuous cutting system - Google Patents

Manipulator based on foam glass continuous cutting system Download PDF

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CN215250422U
CN215250422U CN202120232410.4U CN202120232410U CN215250422U CN 215250422 U CN215250422 U CN 215250422U CN 202120232410 U CN202120232410 U CN 202120232410U CN 215250422 U CN215250422 U CN 215250422U
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唐家雄
周建君
程庆华
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The application discloses a manipulator based on a foam glass continuous cutting system, wherein the foam glass continuous cutting system comprises a plurality of cutting sections, and each cutting section is respectively provided with a transmission mechanism and a cutting mechanism; the manipulator is used for overhead transmission of foam glass between the transmission mechanisms of the two sections, and comprises an overhead guide rail, a moving seat, a pair of clamping arms and a driving cylinder, wherein one end of the overhead guide rail is positioned above the output end of the transmission mechanism of one section, and the other end of the overhead guide rail is positioned above the input end of the transmission mechanism of the other section; the movable seat moves along the overhead guide rail; the clamping arms are arranged on the moving seat in a swinging mode and synchronously move reversely to clamp the foam glass; the driving cylinder is installed on the movable seat and is linked with the pair of clamping arms. Compared with the prior art, the scheme has the advantages that foam glass is transmitted to another transmission mechanism from one transmission mechanism through the clamping arms, and automatic transfer of the foam glass is realized.

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Manipulator based on foam glass continuous cutting system
Technical Field
The application relates to the field of foam glass production and processing equipment, in particular to a manipulator based on a foam glass continuous cutting system.
Background
During the cutting process of the foam glass, the foam glass needs to be transferred from a conveying mechanism of one station to a conveying mechanism of another station. Among the prior art, use artifical mode to remove foam glass usually, can cause certain damage to foam glass, reduce transmission efficiency to the manual work removes foam glass can produce certain error to foam glass's location, influences the follow-up precision to foam glass cutting.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In order to solve the technical problem, the application discloses a can separate the empty manipulator that shifts foam glass to another transmission device from one of them transmission device, improves foam glass transmission efficiency, reduces the cost of labor.
The application relates to a manipulator based on a foam glass continuous cutting system, which comprises a plurality of cutting sections which are sequentially arranged along the conveying direction of foam glass, wherein each cutting section is respectively provided with a conveying mechanism for bearing the foam glass and a cutting mechanism for processing the corresponding surface of the foam glass; the manipulator is used for overhead transmission foam glass between the transmission mechanisms of two sections, and comprises:
one end of the overhead guide rail is positioned above the output end of the transmission mechanism of one working section, and the other end of the overhead guide rail is positioned above the input end of the transmission mechanism of the other working section;
the movable seat moves along the overhead guide rail;
the clamping arms are arranged on the moving seat in a swinging mode and synchronously move reversely to clamp the foam glass;
and the driving cylinder is arranged on the movable seat and is linked with the pair of clamping arms.
Several alternatives are provided below, but not as an additional limitation to the above general solution, but merely as a further addition or preference, each alternative being combinable individually for the above general solution or among several alternatives without technical or logical contradictions.
Optionally, the moving seat is provided with a traveling wheel matched with the overhead guide rail.
Optionally, two downwardly extending support seats are fixed to the bottom of the movable seat, and each clamping arm is hinged to the corresponding support seat.
Optionally, a motor or a driving cylinder for driving the traveling wheel is mounted on the movable base.
Optionally, the overhead guide rail is provided with a motor or a driving cylinder linked with the movable seat.
Optionally, one end of each clamping arm is a power end linked with the driving cylinder, the other end of each clamping arm is a clamping end acted with the foam glass, and the clamping end is rod-shaped.
Optionally, the power ends of the two clamping arms are hinged through a linkage seat, and a piston rod of the driving cylinder is connected to the linkage seat.
Optionally, the clamping end sleeve is provided with a buffer sleeve.
Optionally, a guide hole is formed in the movable seat, and a shake prevention rod which penetrates through the guide hole in an interactive manner is fixed on the linkage seat.
Optionally, the linkage seat is of a U-shaped structure, the piston rod of the driving cylinder and the anti-shaking rod both extend into and are fixed inside the U-shape, and the power ends of the two clamping arms are respectively hinged to the broken end portions corresponding to the U-shape.
The utility model provides a manipulator transmits foam glass to another transmission device from a transmission device through the arm lock, realizes the automatic transfer of foam glass, improves foam glass transmission efficiency, reduces the cost of labor, reduces the damage to foam glass when shifting.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a continuous cutting system according to one embodiment of the present disclosure;
FIG. 2 is a schematic view of a vacuum dust collection system according to one embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram of a waste recycling system according to one embodiment of the present application;
FIG. 4 is a schematic diagram of a robot in one state according to an embodiment;
FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of the robot in another state according to an embodiment;
FIG. 6 is a schematic view showing a connection structure of the crusher and the powder bin according to an embodiment;
FIG. 7 is a schematic view of a connection structure of a dust cage and a cutting mechanism according to an embodiment;
FIG. 8 is a schematic diagram of a cutting mechanism according to one embodiment;
FIG. 9 is a schematic view of a bottom surface cutting section in one embodiment;
FIG. 10 is a schematic view of the first elevation cutting station in one embodiment;
FIG. 11 is a schematic view of a second elevation cutting station in one embodiment;
FIG. 12 is a schematic diagram of a top surface cutting station in one embodiment;
FIG. 13 is a schematic view of a cart according to an embodiment;
FIG. 14 is a schematic view of another angle of the cart in one embodiment;
FIG. 15 is a schematic structural view of a vacuum bag-type dust collector in an embodiment;
FIG. 16 is a schematic view of an embodiment of a sliding mounted dust cage;
FIG. 17 is a schematic view of a connection structure between the collecting hopper and the transfer mechanism in one embodiment.
The reference numerals in the figures are illustrated as follows:
100. a continuous cutting system; 101. a cutting section; 102. a transport mechanism; 103. a cutting mechanism; 104. A bottom surface cutting section; 105. a first facade cutting section; 106. a second facade cutting section; 107. a top surface cutting section; 108. a manipulator; 109. a pushing mechanism; 110. a first drive belt; 111. a guide sliding table; 112. a second belt; 113. a transfer table; 114. a moving top plate; 115. an overhead guide rail; 116. a movable seat; 117. clamping arms; 118. a driving cylinder; 119. a supporting seat; 121. running the guide rail; 122. a carrier; 123. a turning arm; 124. a chassis; 125. a roller; 126. a motor;
200. a vacuum dust collection system; 202. band sawing; 203. cutting a working position; 204. a dust collection cover; 205. a vacuum bag dust collector; 206. a locking mechanism; 207. a first dust collection cover; 208. a second dust collection cover; 209. a third dust collecting cover; 210. a fourth dust collecting cover; 211. a first vacuum dust collecting transfer pipe; 212. a second vacuum dust collecting transfer pipe; 213. a third vacuum dust collecting transfer pipe; 214. a fourth vacuum dust collecting transfer pipe; 215. a fifth vacuum dust collecting transfer pipe; 216. gathering and conveying pipes; 217. a sliding track; 218. a guide shoe;
300. a waste recovery system; 301. a collection hopper; 302. a waste conveyor; 303. a crusher; 304. a powder bin; 305. a first aggregate bin; 306. a second collection hopper; 307. a third aggregate bin; 308. a fourth aggregate bin; 309. a first waste conveyor; 311. a second waste conveyor; 312. a third waste conveyor belt; 313. A fourth waste conveyor; 314. a transfer well; 315. a hoist; 316. a discharge valve; 317. a vibration motor;
400. a linkage rod; 401. turning over the air cylinder; 402. a piston rod; 403. connecting lugs; 404. a hinge hole; 405. A backup plate; 406. a bending part;
500. a power end; 501. a clamping end; 502. a linkage seat; 503. a buffer sleeve; 504. a guide hole; 505. A sway bar; 506. a broken end portion;
600. foam glass; 601. a bottom surface; 602. a top surface; 603. a first facade; 604. a second facade.
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The technical solutions in the embodiments of the present application will be clearly and completely described below with reference to the drawings in the embodiments of the present application, and it is obvious that the described embodiments are only a part of the embodiments of the present application, and not all of the embodiments. All other embodiments, which can be derived by a person skilled in the art from the embodiments given herein without making any creative effort, shall fall within the protection scope of the present application.
It will be understood that when an element is referred to as being "connected" to another element, it can be directly connected to the other element or intervening elements may also be present. When a component is referred to as being "disposed on" another component, it can be directly on the other component or intervening components may also be present.
Unless defined otherwise, all technical and scientific terms used herein have the same meaning as commonly understood by one of ordinary skill in the art to which this application belongs. The terminology used in the description of the present application herein is for the purpose of describing particular embodiments only and is not intended to be limiting of the application. As used herein, the term "and/or" includes any and all combinations of one or more of the associated listed items.
Referring to fig. 4 and 5, the present application discloses a robot based on a foam glass continuous cutting system, wherein the foam glass 600 is a substantially cubic structure having a bottom surface 601 to be cut, a top surface 602, two opposite first vertical surfaces 603, and two opposite second vertical surfaces 604, and the cutting system comprises:
the cutting device comprises a plurality of cutting sections 101 which are sequentially arranged along the conveying direction of the foam glass 600, wherein each cutting section 101 is respectively provided with a conveying mechanism 102 for bearing the foam glass 600 and a cutting mechanism 103 for processing the corresponding surface of the foam glass 600, each cutting mechanism 103 adopts a band saw 202, and the contact part of a saw blade in each band saw 202 and the foam glass 600 is a cutting working position 203;
the robot 108 is used for overhead transfer of the foam glass 600 between the transfer mechanisms 102 of the two sections, and the robot 108 includes: an overhead guide rail 115, one end of which is positioned above the output end of the transmission mechanism 102 of one of the sections, and the other end of which is positioned above the input end of the transmission mechanism 102 of the other section; a moving base 116 moving along the overhead rail 115; a pair of clamping arms 117 which are arranged on the movable base 116 in a swinging manner and synchronously move reversely to clamp the foam glass 600; the driving cylinder 118 is attached to the movable base 116 and is interlocked with the pair of clamp arms 117.
The overhead guide rail 115 is vertically arranged above the two working sections, the moving seat 116 drives the clamping arms 117 to move on the two working sections in the process of moving along the processing guide rail 115, the running direction of the moving seat 116 is perpendicular to the running direction of the foam glass 600 on the bottom surface cutting section 104, the two clamping arms 117 clamp the cut foam glass 600 and transfer the foam glass 600 from the bottom surface cutting section 104 to the first facade cutting section 105, and the foam glass 600 does not turn over in the transfer process.
The running direction of the foam glass 600 on the first facade cutting section 105 is the same as that of the foam glass 600 on the bottom cutting section 101, the two cutting sections 101 arranged side by side can save the occupation of an operation field, and a certain space is reserved for installing the vacuum dust collection system 200 and the waste recovery system 300.
In order to make the movable base 116 run smoothly on the overhead rail 115, the movable base 116 is provided with road wheels which are matched with the overhead rail 115. As a preferred scheme, the number of the road wheels is at least 4.
In this embodiment, two downwardly extending supporting seats 119 are fixed to the bottom of the movable seat 116, each clamping arm 117 is hinged to the corresponding supporting seat 119, and each clamping arm 117 is hinged to the corresponding supporting seat 119 through a pivot.
The power device of the robot 108 may be a motor (not shown) or a driving cylinder mounted on the moving base 116 for driving the traveling wheels. Or the overhead guide rail 115 is provided with a motor or a driving cylinder which is linked with the moving seat 116.
In the specific arrangement of each clamping arm 117, referring to one embodiment, one end of each clamping arm 117 is a power end 500 linked with the driving cylinder 118, the other end is a clamping end 501 interacting with the foam glass 600, and the clamping end 501 is rod-shaped. The extending directions of the two clamping ends 501 of the mechanical arm 108 are arranged in parallel so as to clamp the foam glass 600. Wherein, the power ends 500 of the two clamping arms 117 are hinged through a linkage seat 502, and the piston rod of the driving cylinder 118 is connected to the linkage seat 502.
In order to prevent the clamping end 501 from damaging the foam glass 600 during operation, the clamping end 501 is sleeved with a buffer sleeve 503.
In order to prevent the foam glass 600 from falling off due to shaking of the clamping arms 117 during operation, the movable base 116 is provided with a guide hole 504, and the linkage base 502 is fixed with a shaking prevention rod 505 which is inserted into the guide hole (not shown) 504. Preferably, the number of anti-sloshing bars 505 is two arranged side by side.
The linkage base 502 is connected with the clamping arms 117 in a U-shaped structure, a piston rod of the driving cylinder 118 and the anti-shaking rod 505 both extend into and are fixed inside the U-shaped structure, and power ends 500 of the two clamping arms 117 are respectively hinged with end parts 506 corresponding to the U-shaped structure.
In addition to the robot, the cutting of the foam glass 600 is also accomplished by the following devices:
referring to fig. 1, 2, 3 and 8, the present application discloses a cutting system for foam glass 600, wherein the foam glass 600 has a substantially cubic structure, and has a bottom surface 601 to be cut, a top surface 602, two opposite first vertical surfaces 603 and two opposite second vertical surfaces 604, and the cutting system comprises:
the cutting device comprises a plurality of cutting sections 101 which are sequentially arranged along the conveying direction of the foam glass 600, wherein each cutting section 101 is respectively provided with a conveying mechanism 102 for bearing the foam glass 600 and a cutting mechanism 103 for processing the corresponding surface of the foam glass 600, each cutting mechanism 103 adopts a band saw 202, and the contact part of a saw blade in each band saw 202 and the foam glass 600 is a cutting working position 203;
a vacuum dust collecting system 200 acting on each cutting station 203 to perform vacuum dust removal;
the scrap collecting system 300 includes a collection hopper 301 installed below each cutting station 203, and a crusher 303, a lifter 315, and a hopper 304 for sequentially processing the scrap from the collection hopper 301.
In this embodiment, the foam glass 600 is transported on the cutting section 101 by the transport mechanism 102 while the foam glass 600 is cut into a regular shape (e.g., a cube) by the cutting mechanism 103. When the foam glass 600 is conveyed by the conveying mechanism 102, the foam glass 600 does not turn over, and different surfaces to be cut of the foam glass 600 are cut by changing the conveying direction of the conveying mechanism 102.
When the saw blade cuts foam glass 600 and sends the waste material after cutting into waste recovery system 300, can produce a large amount of dusts, add vacuum dust collection system 200 in the position that easily produces the dust, the dust in the pressure differential that produces through vacuum dust collection system 200 with the operational environment is unified to be absorbed and is handled, reduces dust content in the operational environment, and the guarantee operation personnel is healthy.
Crusher 303 grinds the waste material and smashes to certain particle diameter, conveniently mixes the recycle to the waste material, and lifting machine 315 is used for transmitting the broken waste material in crusher 303 to powder storehouse 304 in and preserve.
In the operation process, an operator places the foam glass 600 at the initial position of the cutting system, sequentially passes through different cutting mechanisms 103 to cut the bottom surface 601, the top surface 602, the two opposite first vertical surfaces 603 and the two opposite second vertical surfaces 604 of the foam glass 600, recovers dust by using the vacuum dust collection system 200 while cutting the foam glass 600, and can automatically recover and recycle the cut waste by using the waste recovery system 300, so that raw materials are saved, and manpower is also saved.
In the specific arrangement of the plurality of cutting stations 101, referring to one embodiment, as shown in fig. 9 to 12, the plurality of cutting stations 101 are a bottom surface cutting station 104, a first vertical surface cutting station 105, a second vertical surface cutting station 106, and a top surface cutting station 107 in sequence. Wherein the band saw 202 is of the prior art.
Specifically, the running directions of the conveying mechanisms 102 in the bottom surface cutting section 104 and the first facade cutting section 105 are the same and are arranged in a staggered manner, and a manipulator 108 for moving the foam glass 600 at intervals is arranged between the bottom surface cutting section 104 and the first facade cutting section 105;
the transmission mechanisms 102 of the first vertical face cutting station 105 and the second vertical face cutting station 106 are mutually jointed and the running direction is vertical, and the joint part of the transmission mechanisms 102 is provided with a moving top plate 114 for transferring the foam glass 600;
the second facade cutting section 106 shares the same transport mechanism 102 with the top cutting section 107.
When the foam glass 600 is put into a cutting system, the foam glass 600 is conveyed to a bottom surface cutting section 104 through a conveying mechanism 102, the bottom surface 601 of the foam glass 600 is cut through the bottom surface cutting section 104, the cut foam glass 600 continues to run, when a preset position is reached, the foam glass 600 stops running, and at the moment, the cut foam glass 600 is moved to a first facade cutting section 105 at intervals of idle running through a manipulator 108;
the moving top plate 114 pushes the foam glass 600 to advance at the first facade cutting station 105, and two opposite first facades 603 of the foam glass 600 are cut in the advancing process until the foam glass 600 is pushed to the second facade cutting station 106;
the foam glass 600 passes through the second vertical face cutting section 106 and the top face cutting section 107 in sequence under the driving of the transmission mechanism 102, and the second vertical face cutting section 106 and the top face cutting section 107 respectively cut two opposite second vertical faces 604 and bottom faces 601 of the foam glass 600, so that the foam glass 600 is cut into regular shapes.
Referring to fig. 13 and 14, in the cutting system, the conveying mechanisms 102 for driving the foam glass 600 to run at each cutting station 101 are respectively: the transport mechanism 102 in the bottom cutting station 104 employs a continuously running first conveyor belt 110; the conveying mechanism 102 in the first facade cutting section 105 adopts a guide sliding table 111, and the foam glass 600 moves along the guide sliding table 111 through a pushing mechanism 109; the conveyor 102 of the second facade cutting station 106 and the top cutting station 107 share a continuously running second conveyor belt 112. The first transmission belt 110 and the second transmission belt 112 can drive the foam glass 600 to move forward by means of the power of the first transmission belt and the second transmission belt.
Preferably, the first and second belts 110, 112 may be roller and/or belt conveyors.
The guide sliding table 111 is in transition connection with the second transmission belt 112 through a transfer table 113, the pushing mechanism 109 pushes the foam glass 600 to the transfer table 113, and a moving top plate 114 for pushing the foam glass 600 to the second transmission belt 112 is further arranged at the transfer table 113. The foam glass 600 is made to travel on the second facade cutting section 106 perpendicular to the travel on the first facade cutting section 105 by the transfer table 113, thereby completing the cutting of two opposite second facades 604. The second belt 112 extends from the transfer table 113 in a direction away from the first belt 110.
In a specific arrangement of the pushing mechanism 109, referring to one embodiment, the pushing mechanism 109 includes:
a running guide rail 121 installed below the guide slide table 111;
a carrier 122 that travels along the travel rail 121;
the turnover arms 123 are arranged in pairs and hinged to the transport vehicle 122, the edges of the foam glass 600 respectively extend out of two sides of the guide sliding table 111 in the width direction, the turnover arms 123 have an initial position for avoiding the foam glass 600 in height and an upward turnover working position, and the turnover arms 123 in the same pair are respectively vertically arranged on two sides of the guide sliding table 111 in the width direction under the working position and abut against the position of the foam glass 600 extending out of the guide sliding table 111.
The pushing mechanism 109 is installed below the guide sliding table 111, when the foam glass 600 is placed on the guide sliding table 111, the transporting vehicle 122 is located at a predetermined position (for example, below the foam glass 600), the turning arm 123 is turned upwards from an initial position (at this time, the turning arm 123 is located below the guide sliding table 111) to a working position, then the transporting vehicle 122 moves towards the direction of the transfer table, the turning arm 123 abuts against a position where the foam glass 101 is extended out of the guide sliding table 111, and pushes the foam glass 101 to move along the guide sliding table 111 until the foam glass 101 reaches the first facade cutting section to be cut until the foam glass 101 is pushed to the transfer table.
The specific structure of the transport vehicle 122 is that the transport vehicle 122 includes: a chassis 124 carrying a flipping arm 123; a roller 125 rotatably installed on the chassis 124 and running along the running rail 121; a motor 126 or cylinder in conjunction with the roller 125. The base plate 124 is hinged to the invert arm 123 so that the invert arm 123 can be freely switched between the initial position and the working position.
In this embodiment, the number of the pushing mechanisms 109 is two, and the two pushing mechanisms are respectively a first pushing mechanism and a second pushing mechanism which are sequentially arranged along the traveling direction of the foam glass, and the two pushing mechanisms 109 are used for alternately pushing the foam glass 600.
The guide slide 111 has a first position, a second position and a third position arranged in this order in the foam glass running direction. The first ejection mechanism pushes the foam glass 600 from the first position to the second position; meanwhile, the second ejection mechanism can push the foam glass at the second position to a third position.
The position where the robot 108 places the foam glass on the guide sliding table 111 is located at a first position, a second position is located between the first position and the first facade cutting section 105, and a third position is located on the transfer table.
In order to enable the same-pair turning arms 123 in each ejection mechanism 109 to operate simultaneously, a linkage rod 400 for synchronous movement is connected between the same-pair turning arms 123, a turning cylinder 401 is installed on the top surface of the chassis 124, and a piston rod 402 of the turning cylinder 401 is in hinged transmission with the linkage rod 400. Wherein, the cylinder body of the turnover cylinder 401 is hinged on the top surface of the chassis 124, and the piston rod is hinged with the linkage rod 400.
Further, the linkage rod 400 is rotatably mounted on the top surface of the chassis 124, the same pair of turning arms 123 is fixed to the linkage rod 400, a connecting lug 403 is fixed to the periphery of the linkage rod 400, and a piston rod 402 of the turning cylinder 401 is hinged to the connecting lug 403. The tilting cylinder 401 interacts with the connecting lug 403 to enable the tilting arm 123 to be transferred between the initial position and the operating position.
In order to change the position of the turnover arm 123 through a small stroke of the turnover cylinder 401, a hinge hole 404 connected with the piston rod 402 is formed in the connecting lug 403, and the distance between the hinge hole 404 and the axis of the linkage rod 400 is less than 20 cm.
In order to stably push the foam glass 600 by the turning arm 123, an abutting plate 405 which interacts with the foam glass 600 is fixed to the free end of the turning arm 123. Through mutual contact between backup plate 405 and foam glass 600, promote foam glass 600 operation, backup plate 405 can increase the area of contact of upset arm 123 and foam glass 600 to prevent upset arm 123 from destroying foam glass 600
Moreover, the free end of the turning arm 123 is provided with a bending part 406, and the abutting plate 405 is fixed at the end of the bending part 406. The bent portion 406 is provided to allow the flip arm 123 to escape from the foam glass 600.
To simplify the structure of the truck 122, the chassis 124 is a frame structure.
Referring to fig. 7, 15 and 16, each of the cutting mechanisms 103 employs a band saw 202, a contact portion between a saw blade of the band saw 202 and the foam glass 600 is a cutting operation position 203, and the vacuum dust collection system 200 includes:
a dust hood 204 which is arranged adjacent to each cutting working position 203 and has an adjustable orientation angle;
a locking mechanism 206 for maintaining the orientation of the dust cage 204;
the vacuum bag-type dust collector 205 is connected with each dust collecting hood 204 through a corresponding dust collecting pipeline.
In the process of cutting the foam glass by the band saw 202, dust can be diffused around the saw blade as the center, the dust collection cover 204 can be adjusted to the position where the dust is most diffused by adjusting the angle of the dust collection cover 204, and the orientation of the dust collection cover 204 is fixed by using the locking mechanism 206, so that the dust absorption efficiency of the dust collection cover 204 is improved.
In the specific arrangement of the dust collecting hood 204 for removing dust from the bottom cutting section 104, referring to one embodiment, the dust collecting hood 204 at least comprises a first dust collecting hood 207, and the first dust collecting hood 207 is adjacent to the output end of the first conveyor belt 110; the vacuum dust collection system 200 includes at least a first vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 211 butted against the first dust collection housing 207, and the first vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 211 extends in the same direction as the first conveyor belt 110.
In the specific arrangement of the dust hood 204 for removing dust from the first facade cutting section 105, referring to one embodiment, the dust hood 204 at least comprises a second dust hood 208, and the second dust hood 208 is adjacent to the first facade cutting section 105; the vacuum dust collection system 200 includes at least a second vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 212 abutting the second dust collection cover 208, and the second vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 212 extends in the same direction as the guide slide 111.
In the specific arrangement of the dust collection cover 204 for removing dust from the second facade cutting section 106, referring to one embodiment, the dust collection cover 204 at least comprises a third dust collection cover 209, and the third dust collection cover 209 is adjacent to the second facade cutting section 106; the vacuum dust collection system 200 includes at least a third vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 213 butted against the third dust collection cover 209, and the extension direction of the third vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 213 coincides with the extension direction of the guide slide 111.
In the specific arrangement of the dust hood 204 for removing dust from the top cutting section 107, referring to one embodiment, the dust hood 204 at least includes a fourth dust hood 210, and the fourth dust hood 210 is adjacent to the top cutting section 107; the vacuum dust collection system 200 includes at least a fourth vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 214 butted against the fourth dust collection cover 210, and the extension direction of the fourth vacuum dust collection transfer pipe 214 coincides with the extension direction of the guide slide 111.
The connection relationship between each dust hood 204 and the vacuum bag-type dust collector 205 is that the vacuum dust collection system 200 further comprises a collecting and conveying pipe 216, the output end of each dust hood 204 is butted to the collecting and conveying pipe 216, and the extending direction of the collecting and conveying pipe 216 is consistent with the extending direction of the second conveyor belt; the output of the aggregate transfer tube 216 is connected to the vacuum bag house 205. The dust is transmitted to the vacuum bag-type dust collector 205 through each vacuum dust collection transmission pipe to be collected and processed uniformly.
Wherein, the dust hood 204 is connected with the vacuum dust collecting conveying pipe through the locking mechanism 206. In this embodiment, the locking mechanism 206 is a clip.
In order to enable the dust collection cover 204 to absorb dust in different areas, the dust absorption efficiency is improved. The dust cage 204 is slidably disposed, or telescopically disposed, adjacent each cutting station 203.
Specifically, when the dust collection cover 204 is slidably disposed, the vacuum dust collection system 200 is provided with a sliding rail 217 installed at the corresponding cutting station 203, and the dust collection cover 204 is provided with a guide shoe 218 slidably fitted with the sliding rail 217.
When the dust hood 204 is arranged in a telescopic manner, at least part of the structure of the dust hood can be deformed and folded, so that the dust hood can be deformed to achieve the telescopic effect.
Referring to fig. 2, 6 and 17, the scrap recycling system 300 includes:
a collecting hopper 301 for receiving waste from each cutting station 203;
a waste conveyor belt 302 abutting against the collection hopper 301;
a crusher 303 for crushing the waste from the waste conveyor 302 into powder;
a powder bin 304 for receiving and storing powder from the crusher 303.
The collecting hopper 301 conveys the waste material of each cutting station 203 to the waste material conveyor belt 302, and then conveys the waste material to the crusher 303 through the waste material conveyor belt 302, the crusher 303 grinds the waste material into powder with a certain particle size, and then conveys the powder to the powder bin 304.
In the form of a waste collection on the first conveyor 110, with reference to one embodiment, the collection hopper 301 comprises at least a first collection hopper 305, the first collection hopper 305 being at the output end of the first conveyor 110; the waste conveyor 302 comprises at least a first waste conveyor 309 interfacing with the first collection hopper 305, and the first waste conveyor 309 extends in a direction coincident with the direction of extension of the first conveyor.
In the form of the collection of waste material on the guide slide 111, with reference to one of the embodiments, the collection hopper 301 comprises at least a second collection hopper 306, the second collection hopper 306 being located below the cutting station 203 in the first facade cutting station 105; the scrap conveyor belt 302 includes at least a second scrap conveyor belt 311 butted against the second collection hopper 306, and the second scrap conveyor belt 311 extends in the same direction as the direction in which the guide slide 111 extends.
Collection of waste material on the second facade cutting section 106 in the form of, with reference to one of the embodiments, a collection hopper 301 comprising at least a third collection hopper 307, the third collection hopper 307 being located below the cutting station 203 in the second facade cutting section 106; the waste material conveying belt 302 at least comprises a third waste material conveying belt 312 which is butted with the third collecting hopper 307, and the extending direction of the third waste material conveying belt 312 is consistent with the extending direction of the guide sliding table 111.
In the form of the collection of the scrap material on the top cutting station 107, with reference to one of the embodiments, on the other side of the second conveyor belt there is provided a corresponding collection hopper 301, the collection hopper 301 comprising at least a fourth collection hopper 308, the fourth collection hopper 308 being located below the cutting station 203 in the top cutting station 107; the waste conveyor belt 302 includes at least a fourth waste conveyor belt 313 butted against the fourth catch hopper 308, and the fourth waste conveyor belt 313 extends in the same direction as the direction in which the guide slide 111 extends.
Since the foam glass 600 is not turned over when being transported by the transporting mechanism 102, the waste materials cut from the top surface of the foam glass 600 by the top surface cutting section 107 can be manually put into the fourth collecting hopper 308.
In this embodiment, the waste conveyor belt 302 further includes a summary conveyor belt 318, the output end of each collection hopper 301 is connected to the summary conveyor belt 318 in a butt joint manner, and the extension direction of the summary conveyor belt is consistent with the extension direction of the second conveyor belt; the output of the summing conveyor is connected to a crusher 303.
When the crusher 303 crushes the waste material, a large amount of dust is generated, and in order to remove this portion of dust, referring to one embodiment, a fifth dust collection cover 204 is placed at a connection position of the collecting conveyor belt and the crusher 303, the vacuum dust collection system 200 at least includes a fifth vacuum dust collection conveying pipe 215 butted with the fifth dust collection cover 204, and an extending direction of the fifth vacuum dust collection conveying pipe 215 is consistent with an extending direction of the guide sliding table 111.
Referring to fig. 6, the waste recycling system 300 further includes a transfer shaft 314, a lift 315 is installed in the transfer shaft 314, and the powder material output from the crusher 303 falls into the transfer shaft 314 and is transferred to the powder bin 304 by the lift 315. The top of the powder bin 304 has a feeding hole and a bottom discharging hole, and the elevator 315 transports powder to the feeding hole of the powder bin 304 and enters the powder bin 304 from the feeding hole.
When powder needs to be extracted from the powder bin 304, the bottom of the powder bin 304 is communicated with a discharging valve 316 in a flexible connection mode, and a vibration motor 317 is fixed on the outer wall of the discharging valve 316. The vibration of the motor 317 reduces the amount of powder adhering to the discharge valve 316 and prevents the powder from clogging the discharge valve 316.
In order to improve the utilization rate of the field, the powder bin 304, the elevator 315, and the crusher 303 are arranged in sequence along the extending direction of the first conveyor belt 110.
The technical features of the embodiments described above may be arbitrarily combined, and for the sake of brevity, all possible combinations of the technical features in the embodiments described above are not described, but should be considered as being within the scope of the present specification as long as there is no contradiction between the combinations of the technical features. When technical features in different embodiments are represented in the same drawing, it can be seen that the drawing also discloses a combination of the embodiments concerned.
The above-mentioned embodiments only express several embodiments of the present application, and the description thereof is more specific and detailed, but not construed as limiting the claims. It should be noted that, for a person skilled in the art, several variations and modifications can be made without departing from the concept of the present application, which falls within the scope of protection of the present application.

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1. The mechanical arm based on the foam glass continuous cutting system is characterized by comprising a plurality of cutting sections which are sequentially arranged along the conveying direction of the foam glass, wherein each cutting section is respectively provided with a conveying mechanism for bearing the foam glass and a cutting mechanism for processing the corresponding surface of the foam glass; the manipulator is used for overhead transmission foam glass between the transmission mechanisms of two sections, and comprises:
one end of the overhead guide rail is positioned above the output end of the transmission mechanism of one working section, and the other end of the overhead guide rail is positioned above the input end of the transmission mechanism of the other working section;
the movable seat moves along the overhead guide rail;
the clamping arms are arranged on the moving seat in a swinging mode and synchronously move reversely to clamp the foam glass;
and the driving cylinder is arranged on the movable seat and is linked with the pair of clamping arms.
2. The manipulator of claim 1, wherein the moving base is provided with a traveling wheel matched with the overhead guide rail.
3. The robot arm of claim 1, wherein two downwardly extending support bases are fixed to the bottom of the movable base, and each of the clamping arms is hinged to the corresponding support base.
4. The mechanical arm based on the foam glass continuous cutting system as claimed in claim 2, wherein a motor or a driving cylinder for driving the travelling wheels is mounted on the moving seat.
5. The manipulator of claim 1, wherein the overhead guide rail is provided with a motor or a driving cylinder which is linked with the movable base.
6. The manipulator of claim 4 or 5, wherein one end of each clamping arm is a power end linked with the driving cylinder, the other end of each clamping arm is a clamping end acted with the foam glass, and the clamping end is rod-shaped.
7. The mechanical arm based on the foam glass continuous cutting system as claimed in claim 6, wherein the power ends of the two clamping arms are hinged through a linkage seat, and a piston rod of the driving cylinder is connected to the linkage seat.
8. The manipulator of claim 6, wherein the clamping end sleeve is provided with a buffer sleeve.
9. The manipulator of claim 7, wherein the moving base is provided with a guide hole, and the linkage base is fixed with a shake prevention rod which is interactively penetrated through the guide hole.
10. The manipulator of claim 9, wherein the linkage base is of a U-shaped structure, the piston rod of the driving cylinder and the anti-sway rod both extend into and are fixed to the inside of the U-shape, and the power ends of the two clamping arms are respectively hinged to the corresponding broken ends of the U-shape.
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