Dart Drop Test - d. Be sure to keep hands clear of clamp...

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Drop Dart Test 1. Obtain a sample. (Blow Molded, in cabinet by machine) 2. Turn on machine. 3. Turn on air valve (Lever on wall behind machine) 4. Put switch on mech. 5. Place end of dart up into the hole (Hold in hole until step 6 is complete). 6. Put switch on magnetic (Dart will stay in hole on its own). 7. Drop dart. 8. Record amount of time in notebook and total weight of dart (Amount of time is found on screen in milliseconds). 9. Place material under clamp. a. If clamp is not in upright position raise using foot pedal. b. Be sure to keep clear of foot pedal while placing material underneath clamp. c. Put clamp in down position with the material stretched across the drop area (stretched means no wrinkles or sagging in material.
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Unformatted text preview: d. Be sure to keep hands clear of clamp while lowering. 10.Put switch on mech. 11.Place end of dart up into the hole (Hold in hole until step 12 is complete). 12.Put switch on magnetic (Dart will stay in hole on its own). 13.Drop dart. 14. Record amount of time in notebook and total weight of dart (Amount of time is found on screen in milliseconds). 15. If material does not break add weight to dart and repeat steps 10-15 until material fails. 16. Repeat steps 10-15 until the desired number of tests are performed (Move to different part of material each time after material fails)....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course PET 375 taught by Professor Ibeh during the Spring '08 term at Pittsburg State Uiversity.

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Dart Drop Test - d. Be sure to keep hands clear of clamp...

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