Causes of common mechanical failures of CNC wood routerThorpe
Reasons for common mechanical failures of cnc wood router: Among the common failures of CNC wood router, mechanical failures often have obvious characteristics.
CNC wood router
- The wood machine tool spindle orientation position is not accurate, but the machine tool does not give an alarm. Possible reason: Due to the current machine tools, the spindle orientation generally adopts the encoder orientation method, and the spindle and the spindle motor adopt a 1:1 connection, and the motor’s built-in encoder is directly used for orientation. Therefore, this situation must be a problem with the mechanical connection part!
- The positioning accuracy varies from time to time, and the machine tool does not alarm: possible cause: the mechanical transmission chain is not well connected. Such as loose couplings.
- The load of the wood machine tool is too heavy: current alarms often occur, and the motor generates abnormal heat. Possible cause: poor mechanical assembly, resulting in heavy mechanical load. For newly designed machine tools, this phenomenon may also occur if the servo motor is selected too small. In addition, this alarm will occur if the servo parameter setting is wrong.
- For wood machine tool auxiliary actions, such as tool change action, the output signal to control the action has been available, but the tool change action has not been completed. Possible causes: mechanical jam, pipeline blockage, etc.
Note: When the machine tool fails, the machine and electricity are often intertwined. Because the mechanical part has relevant training, it will not be described here.
Application of ATC Wood Working Tools
Panel furniture, cabinet wardrobes, office furniture, custom furniture. Wardrobe cabinet, cabinet cabinet, computer desk, panel furniture, office furniture, wooden speakers, wooden kitchen utensils, etc.
All kinds of panel furniture, such as plane cutting, milling, chamfering, punching, engraving and other auxiliary processing.
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