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Review on Multipurpose Mobile Crane

Mayank Bansal

Abstract


It has been observed that there was no proper facility of material handling in our workshop. Labors had to pick and place the machines manually. In order to reduce this manual operation into machine operation, we had planned to design a portable multipurpose mobile crane which can easily lift loads up to 250 kg.

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