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SUPER TECHNICS 350
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REFERENCETO ACCIDENTPREVENTION REGULATIONS
overload, protection is provided by a thermal probe. - In the event of a power cut, the specific start-up button must be reset. - The machine has been tested in conformity with point 20 of EN 60204.
This machine has been built to comply with the national and community accident-prevention regulations in force. Improper use and/or tampering with the safety devices will relieve the manufacturer of all responsibility.
1.4 - Emergencies according to European Standard "CENELEC EN 60 204-1"
- In the event of incorrect operation or of danger conditions, the machine may be stopped immediately by pressing the red mushroom button.
1.1 - Advice for the operator
- Check that the voltage indicated on the plate, normally fixed to the machine motor, is the same as the line voltage. - Check the efficiency of your electric supply and earthing system; connect the power cable of the machine to the socket and the earth lead (yellow-green in colour) to the earthing system. - When the tool head is in rest position (raised), the toothed disk must be stationary. - It is forbidden to work on the machine without its shields (these are all white, blue or grey in colour). - Always disconnect the machine from the power socket before changing the disk or carrying out any maintenance job, even in the case of abnormal machine operation. - Always wear suitable eye protection. - Never put your hands or arms into the cutting area while the machine is operating. - Do not shift the machine while it is cutting. - Do not wear loose clothing with sleeves that are too long, gloves that are too big, bracelets, chains or any other object that could get caught in the machine during operation; tie back long hair. - Keep the area free of equipment, tools or any other object. - Perform only one operation at a time and never have several objects in your hands at the same time. Keep your hands as clean as possible. - All internal and/or internal operations, maintenance or repairs, must be performed in a well-lit area or where there is sufficient light from extra sources so as to avoid the risk of even slight accidents.
NOTE: Resetting of machine operation after each emergency stop is achieved by reactivating the specific restart button.
RECOMMENDATIONS AND ADVICE FOR USE
2.1 - Recommendations and advice for using the machine
- The machine has been designed to cut metal building materials, with different shapes and profiles, used in workshops, turners shops and general mechanical structural work. - Only one operator is needed to use the machine.
1.2 - Location of shields against accidental contact with the tool
- Grey metal shield screwed onto the disk head. - Self-regulating mobile blue aluminium shield, fitted coaxially with the fixed shield. - Blue metal protection on the feeeding system.
1.3 - Electrical equipment according to European Standard"CENELEC EN 60 204-1" which assimilates, with some integrating modifications, the publication "IEC 204-1 "
- The electrical equipment ensures protection against electric shock as a result of direct or indirect contact. The active parts of this equipment are housed in a box to which access is limited by screws that can only be removed with a special tool; the parts are fed with alternating current at low voltage (24 V). The equipment is protected against splashes of water and dust. - Protection of the system against short circuits is ensured by means of rapid fuses and earthing; in the event of motor 4
- To obtain good running-in of the machine it is advisable to start using it at intervals of about half an hour. This operation should be repeated two or three times, after which the machine may be used continuously. - Before starting each cutting operation, ensure that the part is firmly gripped in the vice and that the end is suitably supported. - Do not use disks of a different size from those stated in the machine specifications. - If the disk gets stuck in the cut, release the running button immediately, switch off the machine, open the vice slowly, remove the part and check that the disk or its teeth are not broken. If they are broken, change the tool. - Before carrying out any repairs on the machine, consult the dealer or apply to THOMAS.
3.1 - Table of cutting capacity and technical details CUTTING CAPACITA` DI TAGLIO CAPACITY
120 105x105 160x90
45 DX - SX
2-speed three-phase electric motor Oil-bath reduction unit Max. blade diameter Blade rotation speed Vice opening Machine Weight Coolant liquid Working table height with base
KW i mm rpm mm KG L mm
1,35 - 1,: 22 - 44- 940
4.2 - Transport and handling of the machine
If the machine has to be shifted use a fork-lift truck or sling it with straps as illustrated.
MACHINE DIMENSIONS TRANSPORT INSTALLATION DISMANTLING
4.1 - Machine dimensions
4.3 - Minimum requirements for the premises housing the machine
- Mains voltage and frequency complying with the machine motor characteristics. - Environment temperature from -10 C to +50 C. - Relative humidity not over 90%.
4.4 - Anchoring the machine
POS. A POS. B
- Position the machine on a firm cement floor, maintaining, at the rear, a minimum distance of 1000 mm from the wall; anchor it to the ground as shown in the diagram, using screws and expansion plugs or tie rods sunk in cement, ensuring that it is sitting level. - Adjust with a calibrated bar the level between the machine vice bed and the input roller by means of the screws located on the supporting leg of the feeding system. The feeding system level should be 0.1- 0.2mm higher than the machine vice bed.
4.5 - Feeding system alignment
- The feeding system can be mounted to the machine base in two different positions: POSITION A : allows mitre cutting 45 right and left. This is the position recommended to cut solid and shapes material up to 60 mm diameter. POSITION B : allows rectangle cutting up to 160x90mm. (max.) ATTENTION: make sure that the material supporting rollers are correctly aligned to the machine working table level. 6
4.6 - Instructions for electrical connection
- The machine is not provided with an electric plug, so the customer must fit a suitable one for his own working conditions: 1 - WIRING DIAGRAM FOR 4 -WIRE SYSTEM FOR THREEPHASE MACHINE - SOCKET FOR A 16A PLUG
MACHINE FUNCTIONAL PARTS
5.1 - Operating head
- Machine part composed of the parts that transmit movement (motor, reduction unit).
R = L1 S = L2 T = L3 PE = GND
4.7 - Instructions for assembly of the loose parts and accessories
Fit the components supplied: - part. 1 Fit the feeding system
5.2 - Machine bed and Vice 4.8 - Disactivating the machine
- If the sawing machine is to be out of use for a long period, it is advisable to proceed as follows: 1) 2) 3) 4) detach the plug from the electric supply panel empty the coolant tank carefully clean and grease the machine if necessary, cover the machine. - Support structure for the OPERATING HEAD (rotating arm for gradual cutting, with respective blocking system), the VICE, and the housing for the cutting coolant TANK. - System for gripping material during the cutting operation, by means of the approach handwheel and pneumatic locking. It is provided with an anti-burr device for blocking the part that is to be cut.
- Ensure that the machine is not in emergency stop condition; if it is, release the red mushroom button ( 1 ). - Make sure that the connection to the pneumatic system has been carried our according to the chapter 7 paragraph 7.7. - Ensure that the selector ( 8 ) is in "MANUAL" mode. - Turn the main switch ( 3 ) in position ON. - Press the start/reset button ( 2 ): its green light will go on. - Select the cutting speed on the switch ( 4 ): position 1 = 22 rpm position 2 = 44 rpm - Set the number of pieces to be cut on the piece-counter (10) (see chapter 7 paragraph 7.5). - Set the number of feed repetition on the feed repeater (11) just in case the cutting length required is longer than the mechanical stroke of the feeding system (see chapter 7 paragraph 7.6). Note: set 1 if no feed repetition is required. - Place material to be cut in the vice. Close jaws against piece,keeping a distance of approx. 3 - 4 mm. - Adjust the cutting stroke by means of the selector ( 5 ) approaching the blade upto 10 mm from the workpiece. Position the relevant mechanical endstroke. - Set the required cutting length ( see chapter 7 para. 7. 8 ). - Adjust the vice of the feeding system ( see chapter 7 para. 7.10 ). - Set the blade downfeed speed on the regulator according to the specifications of the workpiece. - Press Cycle Start and verify the following functions: vice clamping, blade rotation anticlockwise, coolant liquid flow and cutting cycle execution. Turn the selector ( 8 ) to the "AUTOMATIC" mode while the machine is performing the initial cutting cycle end press the push button ( 9 ). The machine will feed the material to the preset cutting length. - The machine will go on performing more cutting cycles as long as the material to be cut is finished. - In case of wrong operation press Emergency Push-button ( 1 ).
REGULATING THE MACHINE
7.1 - Cutting head
- If excessive axial play is found on the hinge, it will be sufficient to tighten the ring nuts ( A ), paying attention not to make the joint too tight.
7.2 - Vice
- The device does not require any particular adjustment; in the event of excessive play in the sliding guide, tighten the dowels ( B ) for adjusting the gib inside the slide. - Approach the vice jaw upto 4-5mm from the material to be cut.
The cropper is now ready to start work, bearing in mind that the CUTTING SPEED and the TYPE of DISC - combined with a suitable descent of the head - are of decisive importance for cutting quality and for machine performance (for further details on this topic, see below in the chapter on Material classification and choice of disks).
7.3 - Head return stroke limiting device
It consists in a mechanical adjustment system, mounted parallel to the head rise cylinder, to reduce the passive phases of the operating cycle, in other words to eliminate the idle stroke that takes place when the size of the part to be cut is much smaller than the maximum cutting capacity. Practically, you adjust the starting position of the disk in proximity of the part, independently of its dimensions.
7.4 - Restoring oil level in motorhead compensation cylinder tank
- Braking fluid in the cylinder controlling the head, may consume through the time. - It is therefore important to restore the oil quantity inside the compensation tank by removing the plug and then using a syringe type injector to fill the tank. - First, take the head to the upper position and disconnect airs upply from the pneumatic system (disconnect the air pipe from the machine). Switch on the machine and push the Line button. - Add oil making sure that the selector ( 5 ) is switched to the right (head downfeed). - Add oil until the rod, corresponding to the second mark on the stem, has come out completely. - Air must be bleeded from the tank by loosening the screw located on the side of the cylinder (see arrow) until some oil pours out (always keep the selector ( 5 ) to the right); when this has been done, secure the screw, remove the injector and put back the plug. - Connect the machine to the pneumatic system. - Use SHELL hydraulic oil 32 or similar.
7.5 - Piece-Counter
- Press Reset (A) and hold to release the Lever (B).
To carry out this operation you must: - slightly open regulator. - Rotate the selector ( 5 ) either to the right or left to lower or lift the motorhead. - position and secure the mechanical stop ( 8 ) against upper plate of the cylinder, so as to press the upper limit microswitch. - the lower limit switch ( 9 ) is set during inspection and limits the lower stroke of the motorhead. Do not change this setting. ATTENTION: - It is not necessary to adjust the upper end-stroke everytime; one can bring the disk near to the workpiece by means of selector ( 5 ) and then start the automatic cutting cycle wich will take place from the actual position of the disk. Do notice that, once the cut is completed, the motorhead will go to the upper end-stroke ( against the relevant microswitch ). - operate on regulator to modify motorhead return speed.
- Move the Lever (B) to the direction shown by the arrow and leave it in this position. Release the Reset button (A). Now the numbers appear on the window (C). - Hold the Lever (B) and set the number required by pressing the keys (D) starting from the left operating the two keys at the same time. - As soon as you set the first figure, you can go on towards the right with more figures. On the surface of each key there is a grooved area to set a single figure by means of a pencil. - Release the Lever (B) as soon as the setting is completed.
7.6 - Feed repeater
- You can set the number of feed repetition on the feed repeater just in case the cutting length required is longer than the mechanical stroke of the feeding system. Set 1 if no feed repetition is required. - Take into account the blade thickness and set the mechanical stroke of the feeding system accordingly. For example: In case you need 1500mm cutting length 1500 - 6 3
- Set the regulators A = forward I = backward to absorbe the mechanical stop of the feeding system during the cutting cycle.
1500 = cutting lenght. 6 = blade thichness ( 3 x 2 ) 3 = number of required feeding runs 498 = this is lenght the feeding stroke must be set to on the metric scale.
7.7 - Adjustment of pneumatic system pressure
- The pressure in the pneumatic system necessary for the proper operation of the sawing machine must be equal to 6 - 7 Bar. - Check on pressure switch (11) the exact correspondence and if necessary operate on regulator (12) to set the ideal pressure. - Make sure that a drop of oil runs through the lubricator bulb ( 13 ) every 4/5 work cycle.
7.9 - Decimal adjustment
- This is a fine cutting length adjustment by means of a Vernier (14). - Release the screw (15) and turn the vernier as much as you need with reference to the engraved marks. - One mark is 0.05mm (metric system). - One mark is 1/500 of a inch (English system) - Lock the screw (15).
7.8 - Adjustment of cutting length
- Proceed as follows to adjust the cutting length: - Loose screw ( A ). - Turn handwheel ( B ) to set the required cutting lentgh on the metric scale. - Lock screw ( A ).
7.10 - Adjusting the feeding system
- Adjust the feeding vices as follows: - Load the workpiece and clamp it in the bench vice by means of the relevant handwheel. - Loose the vice screw ( C ), approach the relevant jaw upto 45 mm from the material to be cut. Tight the screw. - Loose the vice screw ( D ), approach the relevant jaw upto 0,5 mm from the material to be cut. Tight the screw. NOTE: carefully adjust the vices ( C ) and ( D ). On the contrary, the microswitch controlling the presence of the workpiece will stop the machine. - Loose the bench vice allowing 4-5mm clearance from the vice jaw and the workpiece. BEFORE PERFORMING THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS, THE ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY AND THE POWER CABLE MUST BE COMPLETELY DISCONNECTED.
7.12 - Changing the disk
To change the disk: - Release the mobile yellow, white or orange guard and turn it back. - Block a piece of wood in the vice and lean the disk on it. - Insert the special spanner provided and remove the screw ( 1 ), slackening it in a clockwise direction because it has a left-handed thread, then slip off the flange that holds the disk. - Fit the new disk, checking the cutting direction of the teeth, then replace the flange, the screw and the mobile white, yellow or orange guard.
7.13 - Clutch adjustment
Inside the head there is a clutch device which has already been adjusted during assembly. If, after long use, further adjustment is necessary, proceed as follows: - remove the cover - fit the template provided - turn the motor shaft so that the ring nut ( 1 ) is in a convenient position to allow it to be tightened or slackened enough to calibrate the clutch system.
7.11 - Regulating arm blockage
- If there is insufficient blockage of the head arm in the desired position, slacken the screw ( 1 ) on the lever, hold the bush ( 2 ) in position, turn the lever to the left and tighten the screw.
ANY REPLACEMENTS OF OTHER PARTS - SUCH AS THE COMPONENTS OF THE REDUCTION GEAR, MOTOR AND VARIOUS ELECTRIC PARTS - MUST BE CARRIED OUT BY SKILLED OR COMPETENT PERSONNEL. 12
ROUTINE AND SPECIAL MAINTENANCE
THE MAINTENANCE JOBS ARE LISTED BELOW, DIVIDED INTO DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY AND SIX-MONTHLY INTERVALS. IF THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS ARE NEGLECTED, THE RESULT WILL BE PREMATURE WEAR OF THE MACHINE AND POOR PERFORMANCE.
8.1 - Daily maintenance
- General cleaning of the machine to remove accumulated shavings. - Top up the level of lubricating coolant. - Check the disk for wear. - Lift the head into a high position to avoid yield stress on the return spring. - Check functionality of the shields and emergency stops.
8.2 - Weekly maintenance
- More accurate general cleaning of the machine to remove shavings, especially from the lubricant fluid tank. - Clean the filter of the pump suction head and the suction area. - Clean and grease the screw and the sliding guide of the vice. - Clean the disk housing. - Sharpen the disk teeth.
8.3 - Monthly maintenance
- Check tightness of the screws on the motor, the pump, the jaws and shields. - Check that the shields are unbroken. - Grease the head hinge pin.
8.4 - Six-monthly maintenance
- Change the oil in the reduction unit using oil type GEARCO 85W-140 by NATIONAL CHEMSERACH or MOBIL GLYCOLE 30 or KLUBER SINTHESO 460 EP or an equivalent oil, proceeding as follows:
- Remove the connecting plug from the electric box and unscrew the head moving lever. - Drain off the old oil from the cap ( 1 ). - Pour in new oil up to the mark ( 1 ), through the lever fixing hole, keeping the head in upper position ( 2 ). - Reassemble all the parts. - Check continuity of the equipotential protection circuit
MATERIAL CLASSIFICATION AND CHOICE OF TOOL
8.5 - Oils for lubricating coolant
Considering the vast range of products on the market, the user can choose the one most suited to his own requirements, using as reference the type SHELL LUTEM OIL ECO. THE MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF OIL DILUTED IN WATER IS 8 - 10 %.
8.6 - Oil disposal
The disposal of these products is controlled by strict regulations. Please see the Chapter on Machine dimensions - Transport - Installation in the section on Dismantling.
8.7 - Special maintenance
Special maintenance operations must be carried out by skilled personnel. However, we advise contacting THOMAS or their dealer and/or importer. The term special maintenance also covers the resetting of protection and safety equipment and devices.
Since the aim is to obtain excellent cutting quality, the various parameters such as hardness of the material, shape and thickness, transverse cutting section of the part to be cut, choice of the type of cutting disk, cutting speed and control of head descent, must be suitably combined.These specifications must therefore be harmoniously combined in a single operating condition according to practical considerations and common sense, so as to achieve an optimum condition that does not require countless operations to prepare the machine when there are many variations in the job to be performed.The various problems that crop up from time to time will be solved more easily if the operator has a good knoledge of these specifications. WE THEREFORE ADVISE YOU ALWAYS TO CHOOSE ORIGINAL SPARE DISKS THAT GUARANTEE SUPERIOR QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE.
9.1 - Definition of materials
The table at the foot of the page lists the characteristics of the materials to be cut, so as to choose the right tool to use.
TYPES OF STEEL USE Construction steels Carbon steels Spring steels
Alloyed steels for hardening and tempering and for nitriding
CHARACTERISTICS GB SB ---060 A A 40 ---060 A A 50 ---708 A 37 ---905 M 39 En H A 99 USA AISI-SAE ------------52100 Hardness Hardness BRINELL ROCKWELL HB HRB 56,R=N/mm420
I UNI Fe360 Fe430 Fe510 C20 C40 C50 C60 50CrV4 60SiCr8 35CrMo4 39NiCrMo4 41CrAlMo7 18NiCrMo7 20NiCrMo2 100Cr6
D DIN St37 St44 St52 CK20 CK40 CK50 CK60 50CrV4 60SiCr7
F AF NOR E24 E28 E36 XC20 XC42H1 ---XC55 50CV4 ----
34CrMo4 35CD4 36CrNiMo4 39NCD4 41CrAlMo7 40CADG12 ---21NiCrMo2 100Cr6 20NCD7 20NCD2 100C6
Alloyed casehardening steels
Steel for bearings Tool steel
52NiCrMoKU 56NiCrMoV7 ---------C100KU C100W1 ---BS 1 S-1 X210Cr13KU X210Cr12 Z200C12 BD2 - BD3 D6 - D3 58SiMo8KU ---Y60SC7 ---S5 X12Cr------410 Stainless X5CrNiZ5CN18.C X8CrNi1910 ------------steel X8CrNiMoZ6CDN17.S Copper alloys Aluminium copper alloy G-CuAl11Fe4Ni4 UNI 5275 Special brass Special manganese/silicon brass G-CuZn36Si1Pb1 UNI5038 Manganese bronze SAE43 - SAE430 Bronze Phosphor bronze G-CuSn12 UNI 7013/2a Gray pig iron G25 Spheroidal graphite cast iron GS600 Cast iron Malleable cast iron W40-05
9.2 - Choosing the disk
First of all the pitch of the teeth must be chosen, suitable for thematerial to be cut, according to these criteria: - parts with a thin and/or variable section such as profiles, pipes and plate, need close toothing, so that the number of teeth used simultaneously in cutting is from 3 to 6; - parts with large transverse sections and solid sections need widely spaced toothing to allow for the greater volume of the shavings and better tooth penetration; - parts made of soft material or plastic (light alloys, mild bronze, teflon, wood, etc.) also require widely spaced toothing.
9.7 - Type of disks
The disks differ essentially in their constructive characteristics, such as: - Tooth shape - Tooth cutting angle Tooth shape The profile of the toothing depends on the size, shape and thickness of the section to be cut, either straight or at an angle. It may also vary according to the pitch, but not so distinctly as to make this an element for classification. - Fine toothing is to be chosen for cutting small sections with a profiled shape and tubular sections with thin walls (2-5 mm depending on the material). - Large toothing is suitable for cutting medium and large solid sections or fairly thick profiled or tubular sections (over 5 mm). "A" toothing: normal fine toothing "AW" toothing: fine toothing with alternate side rake
9.3 - Teeth pitch
As already stated, this depends on the following factors: - hardness of the material - dimensions of the section - thickness of the wall.
S (MM) up to 2
SHAPE B shaped C solid C solid C solid C solid C solid C solid
SPEED 3 3-1 1
C (HZ) toothing: large toothing with roughing tooth with rake on both sides, alternating with a finishing tooth without rake. The roughing tooth is 0.15-0.30 mm higher Added toothing: disks made in this way are used for cutting non-ferrous metals, such as light alloys, and plastics, and above all in wood-working. The teeth are hard metal (HM) plates brazed onto the body of the disk; there are various types and shapes and, considering the vastness of the field, the topic is not developed further here. "B" toothing: "BW" toothing: normal large toothing with or large toothing with alternate without shaving breaking inci- side rake sion
10 over 10 up to 20
9.4 - Cutting and advance speed
The cutting speed (m/min) and the advance speed (cm2/min = area travelled by the disk teeth when removing shavings) are limited by the development of heat close to the tips of the teeth. - The cutting speed is subordinate to the resistance of the material (R = N/mm2), to its hardness (HRC) and to the dimensions of the widest section. - Too high an advance speed (= disk descent) tends to cause the disk to deviate from the ideal cutting path, producing non rectilinear cuts on both the vertical and the horizontal plane.
Tooth cutting angle Each tooth has two cutting angles: - : front rake angle - : rear rake angle SHARPENING CIRCULAR SAWS
9.5 - Running in the disk
When cutting for the first time, it is good practice to run in the tool making a series of cuts at a low advance speed (= 30-35 cm2/min on material of average dimensions with respect to the cutting capacity and solid section of normal steel with R = 410-510 N/mm2), generously spraying the cutting area with lubricating coolant.
T p d 3 1,2,3,4,8
9.6 - Disk structure
The most commonly used disks are made of extra high speed steel (HHS) of normal quality (HHS/DMo5) or superior quality (HHS/Mo5 + Co5) with a treated tooth, which differentiates them from the former on account of the high value of structural resistance, greater resistance to seizing, absence of stress in the mass and a better holding of lubricating coolant during work.
1,3 1,6 2,1 2,5 2,9 3,4 3,8 4,2 5,1 5,9 7,2 h = 0,2 mm h = 0,3 mm
The rake varies especially according to the type of material to be cut. 15
9.7.1 - RECOMMENDED CUTTING PARAMETERS
Extra-hard steel R = 950-1000 N/mm2
Heat-treated steel R = 950-1300 N/mm2
Aluminium and alloys R = 200-400 N/mm2
Aluminium and alloys R = 300-300 N/mm2
Mild steel R = 350-500 N/mm2
Hard steel R = 750-950 N/mm2
Semi-hard steel R = 500-700 N/mm2
Austentic stainless steel R = 500-800 N/mm2 Martensitic stainless steel R = 500-800 N/mm2
Copper R = 200-350 N/mm2
Phosphor bronze R = 400-600 N/mm2
Hard bronze R = 600-900 N/mm2
Brass R = 200-400 N/mm2
Alloyed brass R = 400-700 N/mm2
Titanium and alloys R = 300-800 N/mm2
Tubes and beams 0,05. D R = 300-600 N/mm2
*T mm Vt m/1' Av mm/1' *T mm
12.1 - Blade and cut diagnosis FAULT
Too fast advance Wrong cutting speed
Decrease advance, exerting less cutting pressure Change disk speed and/or diameter. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks and the Table of cutting speeds according to disk diameter. Choose a suitable disk. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks. Use a better quality disk. Check the gripping of the part. Accurately remove all the parts left in. Make the cut elsewhere, turning the part. Check the level of the liquid in the tank. Increase the flow of lubricating refrigerant, checking that the hole and the liquid outlet pipe are not blocked. Check the blend of lubricating coolant and choose a better quality disk. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks in the paragraph on Running in the disk. Change disk speed and/or diameter. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks and the Table of cutting speeds according to disk diameter. Choose a suitable disk. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks in the paragraph on Type of disks. Choose a suitable disk. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks. Use a better quality disk. Check the level of the liquid in the tank. Increase the flow of lubricating refrigerant, checking that the hole and the liquid outlet pipe are not blocked. Reduce the cutting pressure and/or the advance. Change disk speed and/or diameter. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks and the Table of cutting speeds according to disk diameter. Choose a suitable disk. See Chapter Material classification and choice of disks. Check gripping of the part. Replace the disk with one that is more suitable and correctly sharpened. Use a better quality disk.
Wrong tooth pitch Low quality disk Ineffective gripping of the part in the vice. Previously broken tooth left in the cut Cutting resumed on a groove made previously. Insufficient lubricating refrigerant or wrong emulsion Sticky accumulation of material on the disk. PREMATURE DISK WEAR Wrong running in of the disk Wrong cutting speed
Unsuitable tooth profile Wrong tooth pitch Low quality disk Insufficient lubricating refrigerant
Hardness, shape or flaws in the material (oxides, inclusions, lack of homogeneity, etc.) Wrong cutting speed
RIDGES ON THE CUTTING SURFACE
Disk diameter incorrect and/or too large Ineffective gripping of the part in the vice. Too fast advance Disk teeth are worn Insufficient lubricating refrigerant
Toothing does not unload shavings well
CUTS OFF THE STRAIGHT
Too fast advance Ineffective gripping of the part in the vice Disk head off the straight Disk sides differently sharpened. Disk thinner than the commercial standard. Dirt on the gripping device
Too fast advance BLADE STICKS IN THE CUT Low cutting speed Wrong tooth pitch Sticky accumulation of material on the disk. Insufficient lubricating refrigerant
Centering the piece with the disk
In accordance with point 1.7.4.f of the Machines Directive EEC 89/392 PRECISION PHONOMETER MOD. CEL-LUCAS 275-2B INTEGRATING METER CLASS 1 IEC 651 - IEC 804 REGULATIONS PRECISION GAUGE CEL-LUCAS 284/2 IEC 942 REGULATIONS 4 measurements with the machine operating unloaded. - The microphone was been located close to the operator's head, at medium height. - The weighted equivalent continuous acoustic pressure level was 81,5 dB (A). - The maximum level of the WEIGHTED instantaneous acoustic pressure C was always less than 130 dB. NOTE: with the machine operating, the noise level will vary according to the different materials being processed. The user must there-fore assess the intensity and if necessary provide the operators with the necessary personal protection, as required by Law 277/1991.
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VPL-HS50 H30Advanced H78 H30 TDP-MT200 DPX 1 DPX 1000 DPX 1100 PRO 900X
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