TITLE

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SEMI AUTOMATIC SYSTEM BATIK PRINTING TO ENHANCE PRODUCTION OF SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES (SMEs) BATIK

AUTHOR(S)
Buditjahjanto, I. G. P. Asto; Prijo, B. Agung
PUB. DATE
July 2014
SOURCE
Journal of Engineering & Applied Sciences;Jul2014, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p1111
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Mostly of the SMEs batik make batik pattern by using simple screen printing equipment manually that only can fulfill for small order. If the order is bigger, the SMEs batik will consume a lot of time to finish the order and the production quality will be not optimal. To overcome this situation, usually the SMEs batik will give this job to other printing company. This condition makes the profit of SMEs batik to be minimal. Some paper has recommended that automation system can enhance the production of products. Based on this problem, the objective of this research is to design and implement of semi automatic system batik printing to enhance the capacity of production in the SMEs batik. The method in this study is based on development research with the stages of design and implementation. The stages of design and implementation are based on real condition in SMEs batik for printing and drying batik printing. On part drying of batik printing system, the results of the experimental shows the optimal results as required by the SMEs. The temperature is setup at 50 Celsius, the speed of the motor of dryer is at 18 meters per minute and LPG consumption is at 0.25 kg per process. As a result, this equipment can be used to support SMEs batik in supporting productivity the creative industries batik in order to compete in era globalization.
ACCESSION #
97273164

 

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