Welcome back everyone!
Billy Brick reporting from Japan. Here behind me is the brilliant sorter that can determine contnimation in crates of food at a whopping rate of two crates every three seconds! Wow! All my design, of course. There it goes! Man that was fast! 100% accuracy too! AMAZAING!
Well se you back at HQ for the debriefing and an explaination on how it works.
Here we are back at HQ for a debreifing and a quick explaination on how it works.
Well the machine determines contanimation with a special sensor that checks the crates chemical signature.
Here before us are two crates, one contanimated, one not. with a handheld unit, it overlays a false color on top of the crates, displaying the contanimation level, see?
Hey! Why am I all blurry!?
--Sorry sir, the device puts out a radio frequency that disturbs my camera
Well then, see?
That's all for today, see you next episode!
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I flipped color sorters on their head with my new design...I call It T-Bone sorting, for it's T shape. It simplifies sorting, with no gears, it cheapens the practical design. Also it is gravity- fed and sorted, only using motors to tilt the channels to feed and sort bricks. The grey object at the end of the feed channel is to provide pressure to the bricks, keeping the last one from jamming. The pictures on the bottom illustrate the sorting process; tilt up to feed,tilt down, scan, sort, repeat.
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