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v0.7

Minor Versionm

by John David Murtagh

  1. Intake Chute: where material meant for granulation enters the granulator
    • Intake Chute: where material meant for granulation enters the granulator

    • On/Off Switch: The main power switch

    • Control Panel: location of the start and stop button, as well as the E-Stop button and the emergency light. The emergency light will flash if there is a problem with the granulator.

    • Electronics Compartment: Location for the Granulator's main electrical components

    • Locking Mechanism: Lever for latching/unlatching the granulate chamber

    • Exit Chute: Where the granulate is extracted from the granulator (by a vacuum)

  2. Emergency Stop (E-Stop): Used for cutting power to the entire granulator in case of an emergency. We generally leave this pressed when done using it.
    • Emergency Stop (E-Stop): Used for cutting power to the entire granulator in case of an emergency. We generally leave this pressed when done using it.

    • Start Button: Makes the blades spin when pressed.

    • Stop Button: Stops the blades from spinning when pressed.

  3. Retaining Bolts: Used when you need to access the granulator blades.
    • Retaining Bolts: Used when you need to access the granulator blades.

    • Latch: Used to open the storage container below the blades.

    • Exit Chute: Where a vacuum is hooked up to remove granulate from the storage container.

  4. A large motor is located on the back which powers the blades of the granulator.
    • A large motor is located on the back which powers the blades of the granulator.

Conclusion

Congrats! You now have been introduced to the Granulator.

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