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Development, Fabrication and Implementation of an Automatic Portable Lifter Device

A. Akshay

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, India

Email id: akshaygowda47@gmail.com

Dr. S A Mohan Krishna

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, India

Email id: mohankrishnasa@vvce.ac.in

B Parikshit

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, India

Email id: pbparibhaskar@gmail.com

P C Deelaksha

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, India

Email id: deelaskharanjith@gmail.com

Supreeth K A

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering, India

Email id: supreethka@gmail.com

Abstract

Weightlifting machine is a machine, generally equipped with a chain rope or wire rope used for lifting the material. It is used for lifting heavy things. This machine moves load beyond the normal capability of a human. On search it was found that weightlifters need mounting support for its operation to a hard surface, some machines require manual held rotation to lift weight after mounting. Hence if someone wants to lift weight in the different location in the same balcony, User has to unmount from existing place and should mount in other location. This paper explains the use of a portable lifter machine gun like structure with a handle as a grip to engage weights up to 20 kg.

Keywords

Lifting, Technological, Vehicles, Geometrical, Machines, Mounting and Lifter.

Cited as

A. Akshay, S. A. Mohan Krishna, B. Parikshit, P. C. Deelaksha and Supreeth K. A., “Development, Fabrication and Implementation of an Automatic Portable Lifter Device,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 24-27, 2018

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