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    College of Technology Masters Theses College of Technology Theses and Projects

    7-26-2011

    Automating the Fret Slotting Process Using a PLCControlled 1.5 Axis MillJames StrattonPurdue University, [email protected]

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    Stratton, James, "Automating the Fret Slotting Process Using a PLC Controlled 1.5 Axis Mill" (2011). College of Technology MastersTheses. Paper 46.http://docs.lib.purdue.edu/techmasters/46

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    AUTOMATING THE FRET SLOTTING PROCESS USING A PLC CONTROLLED 1.5 AXIS CNCMILL

    Master of Science

    Dr. Richard Mark French

    Dr. Helen McNally

    Dr. Haiyan Zhang

    Dr. Richard Mark French

    Dr. James Mohler 7/25/2011

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    AUTOMATING THE FRET SLOTTING PROCESS USING A PLC CONTROLLED 1.5 AXIS CNCMILL

    Master of Science

    James Arthur Stratton

    7/22/2011

  • AUTOMATING THE FRET SLOTTING PROCESS USING A PLC

    CONTROLLED 1.5 AXIS CNC MILL

    A Thesis

    Submitted to the Faculty

    of

    Purdue University

    by

    James Arthur Stratton

    In Partial Fulfillment of the

    Requirements for the Degree

    of

    Master of Science

    August 2011

    Purdue University

    West Lafayette, Indiana

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    I dedicate this work to my parents and my grandmother. Thank you for the

    encouragement and assistance throughout the years. I truly could not have done

    it without your love and confidence in my educational career.

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    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

    The author would like to extend a special thanks to:

    Dr. Mark French

    Dr. Helen McNally

    Dr. Haiyan Zhang

    Bob Alesio - Advanced Micro Controls, INC.

    Jeff Sutula - Advanced Micro Controls, INC.

    Craig Zehrung

    Jeffrey Holewinski

    Bradley Harriger

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Page

    LIST OF TABLES ................................................................................................. vi

    LIST OF FIGURES .............................................................................................. vii

    ABSTRACT ........................................................................................................ viii

    CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................ 1

    1.1 Problem Statement .................................................................................... 1

    1.2 Research Question .................................................................................... 1

    1.3 Scope......................................................................................................... 2

    1.4 Significance ............................................................................................... 2

    1.5 Definitions .................................................................................................. 4

    1.6 Assumptions .............................................................................................. 5

    1.7 Delimitations .............................................................................................. 5

    1.8 Limitations .................................................................................................. 6

    1.9 Chapter Summary ...................................................................................... 7

    CHAPTER 2. LITERATURE REVIEW .................................................................. 8

    2.1 Introduction ............................................................................................... 8

    2.2 Automated Processes ............................................................................... 8

    2.3 Linear Motion ............................................................................................. 9

    2.4 Stepper Motors ........................................................................................ 13

    2.5 Feedback Loops ...................................................................................... 15

    2.6 Summary ................................................................................................. 17

    CHAPTER 3. PROCEDURES AND DATA COLLECTION ................................. 18

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    3.1 Study Design, Units, & Sampling ............................................................. 18

    3.2 Machine Design ....................................................................................... 19

    3.2.1 Mechanical Design ........................................................................ 19

    3.2.2 Materials ....................................................................................... 24

    3.2.3 Fabrication .................................................................................... 25

    3.2.4 Electrical Design ........................................................................... 27

    3.2.5 Programming................................................................................. 32

    3.2.6 Music Theory Integration ............................................................... 33

    3.3 Experiment ............................................................................................... 37

    3.3.1 Experiment Set-up ........................................................................ 37

    3.3.2 Data Collection .............................................................................. 38

    CHAPTER 4. PRESENTATION OF DATA & FINDINGS .................................... 39

    4.1 Basic Statistics ......................................................................................... 39

    4.2 The Normal Quantile Plot ......................................................................... 43

    4.3 One-Sample t-Test .................................................................................. 43

    CHAPTER 5. CONCLUSIONS, DISCUSSION, & RECOMMENDATIONS ........ 46

    5.1 Conclusion ............................................................................................... 46

    5.2 Functionality ............................................................................................. 47

    5.3 Economic Feasibility ................................................................................ 49

    5.4 Future Work ............................................................................................. 50

    LIST OF REFERENCES .................................................................................... 52

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    LIST OF TABLES

    Table Page

    Table 3.1 Fret location calculations (dn) for a 25.5 scale length fret board .... .35

    Table 4.1. Percent error calculations for individual frets ................................... 40

    Table 4.2 One-sample t-test results and hypothesis test. ................................ 44

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    LIST OF FIGURES

    Figure Page

    Figure 1.1 A schematic of the bridge and nut locations, where the distance between the two represents the scale