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Ontwerp en realiseer een (semi)geautomatiseerd systeem voor visuele inspectie van radiofarmacon.
Speerpunten in het ontwerp zijn:
Automatisering van ergonomisch belastende handelingen
Visuele beoordeling door een operator
Beperkte radioactieve dosis belasting voor de operator en omgeving
The Cygne Centre is a production location of GE Healthcare for radiopharmaceuticals, located in Eindhoven. These are radioactive contrast mediums for medical research. The respective contrast medium is used to detect whether a patient has Parkinson or not. The used isotopes, which decay fast, are made by GE Healthcare with the use of a cyclotron. After the isotopes are gathered from the target and purified, they get labeled and diluted until the contrast medium has the proper concentration. Thereafter, the contrast medium is distributed into 10 mL vials. These vials are subjected to a 100 percent visual inspection.
The visual inspection consists of a manual operation and visual evaluation of the vial with the contrast medium in it. The contrast medium has to be free of any unwanted particles and the vial with cap must be undamaged. If they don’t match the strict requirements, the operator rejects the vials with contrast medium.
This manual operation requires a lot of manual handling, is labor intensive and an ergonomically burden. Also, the visual inspection is subjective. This is why GE Healthcare wants a standardized method, which eliminates the manual operation or which makes the operation less labor intensive.
An (semi-) automated robot has to be developed to replace the labor intensive part of the visual inspection. When the capped vial, filled with the contrast medium, is provided, the automated process starts. The robot needs to pick the capped vial and shake it accurately to make the contrast medium move in the bottle. This way, unwanted particles in the contrast medium can be detected by a vision system, or by an operator depending on accuracy of the vision system. GE Healthcare wants the robot to do the visual inspection itself if it is possible within the stipulated time. However, it is required to make this visual inspection implementable. After the inspection and approval, the robot needs to place the vial in a tray.
The robot needs to improve the overall production time of a batch because of the rising market demand for the contrast medium. The contrast medium is radioactive, which makes it challenging to choose components and materials which will be suitable for this environment. During the graduation period, the student works closely together with the GE AME (Advanced Manufacturing Engineering) team in Uppsala, Sweden. The GE AME team will have the lead in building the prototype.
The contribution of the student in the project will be:
Drafting requirements (URS)
Creating concept design / Design review
Partially creating technical design in cooperation with AME
Review of technical design
Testing and improvement of the prototype (FAT / SAT)
Validation (IQ / OQ / PQ)
Implementation in production
The student is responsible for the design of a working prototype for this robot, which can perform the above mentioned tasks to validate the strict requirements of the inspection. Electrical, mechanical and software knowledge is required for this assignment.
Locations: Netherlands; Eindhoven
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