- Making of Shoes stand :-
1)Number of Shoes :- 16 Shoes
2) Dimensions of Shoes :-
|Sr.No||Dimensions Shoes(cm)||Weight of Shoes(gm)|
|1.||Length= 25 cm||Slipper Chapal=200 to 300 gm|
|2.||Height=15 cm||Sandal=400 to 500 gm|
|3.||Width=20 cm||Shoes=500 to 700 gm|
4)Design sketch of shoes stand :-
5) Material requirement :-For making of shoes stand following type of material required 1. 16 mm MS bar = 720 cm 2.L angle bar =1384 cm 3.narrow metal sheet =160 cm
6) Material availability :- The availability of material was checked in Scrap.
7)Material selection :- The selection of material according to strength, strain and elasticity of the material.
8)Costing of shoes stand :-
- Density of the mild steel bar= 7.85 gm/cc
- volume = Area x Length
- Weight= Density x Volume
- Total cost = Weight x Cost of mild steel material
9)Working on shoes stand :- Following type of operation were performed
1. Cutting of material :- Metal cutting is a processes when in material is brought to specified geometry by removing excess material using various kind of tooling to leave a finished part that meet specification.
2.Welding :- Arc welding is a welding process that is used to join metal to metal by using electricity to create enough heat to melt metal, and the melted metals when cool result in a binding of the metals. Arc welders can use either direct (DC) or alternating (AC) current, and consumable or non-consumable electrodes.
3.Grinding of bar :- Grinding is a way of refining the raw metal of bar stock. Companies may grind bar stock for a variety of reasons to aid manufacturing firms or construction agencies. The grinding process uses a variety of different cutting mechanisms to remove any unnecessary components from the stock.
4.Painting :- The protective paint systems usually consist of primer, undercoat and finish coats may contain inhibitive pigments to interfere with the corrosion process.