Thanks for reply but to peel the arecanut only hands are used so i thought of replacing it with arms which will hold arecanut and using blades to peel that.
What is most important in the finished build - that it have arms like a human or that it is as efficient as possible peeling the nuts?
manually people hold arecanut they hit it to a blade with some force then it is rotated so dat outer layer comes to hand.
You're not building a human with the brain and the dexterity of a human. You're building a robot, or rather an automatic machine, that will newer have brains and dexterity like a human.
The strength of automation is the stamina and speed in repeated tasks they're designed for and it shouldn't be that hard to make it turn out 10 times (or more) of what a human is able to do in a given time.
How many nuts (on average) do the best human peelers turn out in an hour?
It's up to you of course, but it sounds like you have never really studied any automation process, so perhaps it wouldn't be that bad taking a couple of hints from someone living in a heavily industrialized country, one that has done it for probably longer than you have lived (just guessing) and who has had a keen interest in automation processes since being able to understand their ramifications.
And the best hint I can give you is: "Robots are not human, nor should you try to make them appear so, unless you work in a movie makers SFX department - Robots and automation should be build to best solve a given task and the less you know/think of how humans do that particular job the better".
if possible i will send one video.
Thanks, but there's no reason to, as I found one when I tried to find out exactly what an arecanut is and the video didn't give the faintest idea of the consistency etc. of the nut/peel, but a minute description of the nut, the peel, the hardness of both etc. might give more input.
How heavy is a nut with and without the peel
What should the angle of the blade be?
How much force is needed to slice it with a blade of a given angle?
How often do the peelers touch up their knives?
How great size variance are there between the nuts (minimum/maximum size)?
how much force is needed to separate nut from peel?
If put under pressure, would the peel crack before the nut was damaged?
Such sort of info is what you need to collect and note down - no matter how you're going to make it, as it's important parameters when you need to select actuators and power source.
But... If you wanna make it with arms, I can't help you, it's simply too inefficient to be worth the while.