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    Sundelin, Niklas
    Mid Sweden University, Faculty of Science, Technology and Media, Department of Quality Management and Mechanical Engineering.
    Produktionsoptimering av Fladder-avgradningssystem: Framtagning av layout för materialhanteringen runt   Fladder-avgradningssystem2019Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    The bachelor   thesis was performed to investigate how material handling around the   deburring system Fladder can be developed and automated. The reason is due to   today's manual handling which is inefficient and time consuming and therefore   needs to be optimized.

    The work was   carried out with methodology from the product development process to offer   layout suggestions on how material handling can be improved. First, a   feasibility study was conducted in which a data collection, literature study   and current situation analysis were done to identify the needs. Concepts were   generated based on the requirements of the system and through various   decision matrices, two solutions were chosen for further development. The   solutions were reviewed and analyzed in more detail and calculations of their   efficiency and profitability were made.

    The solutions   were refined and resulted in two layouts on how the material handling can be   improved. The first concept is a simple system for the situation today and   the second concept is a more advanced solution for future investments.

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