Sei sulla pagina 1di 366

湛的技術傑出的產品

機器工業股份有限公司

DAH LIH MACHINERY INDUSTRY CO., LTD.

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

誠信踏實

MCV-1020A

MCV-1250

MCV-1350

MCV-1450

MCV-1500

MCV-1700

MCV-2100

MCV-2600

FANUC 31i/32i0i

永續經營

091-T2-05-004

VERSION2.0

AUG/30/2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION …………………………………………………… 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
…………………………………………………… 2
WARNINGS…………………… ………………………………………. 3
FEATURES OF MCV-1020A……………………………………… 4
FEATURES OF MCV-1250
….…
5
FEATURES OF MCV-1350 AND MCV-1500
6
FEATURES OF MCV-1450
7
FEATURES OF MCV-1700
……
8
FEATURES OF MCV-2100 AND MCV-2600
………… 9
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1-1 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1-2
1-2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATING THE MACHINE
1-3
1-3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USING THE ELECTRICAL
COMPONENTS AND THE NC CONTROLLER ………………
1-4
1-4 ILLUSTRATION OF THE DANGEROUS AREAS OF THE
MACHINE
…. 1-5
1-5 ILLUSTRATION OF THE LOCATIONS AND CONTENTS OF
WARNING SIGNS
1-7
2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE
2-1 LAYOUT AND LIST OF COMPONENTS
2-2
2-2 OVERALL DRAWING……
… 2-3
2-3 WORKSPACE AND REFERENCE POINT
2-10
2-4 SPECIFICATIONS
…. 2-12
2-5 TOOL SPECIFICATIONS………………………………………. 2-14
2-5-1 RANGE OF USED TOOLS
….…
2-14
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER
 
 
 
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER AND
        2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15   2-6 SPINDLE POWER AND
   
   
   
  2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15
 

2-5-2 TOOLS

 

 

…….….

2-15

  2-5-2 TOOLS   …   …….…. 2-15
  2-6 SPINDLE POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21
 

2-6 SPINDLE POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21

  2-6 SPINDLE POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21
POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21     3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION  
POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21     3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION  
 
 
 
POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21     3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION     3-1
POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21     3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION     3-1
POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21     3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION     3-1
POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM ………………… 2-21     3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION     3-1
  3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION  
 

3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION

 
  3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION  
    3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION     3-1 REQUIREMENTS OF THE ENVIRONMENT
    3. PREPARATIONS FOR INSTALLATION     3-1 REQUIREMENTS OF THE ENVIRONMENT
  3-1 REQUIREMENTS OF THE ENVIRONMENT …………………   3-2  
 

3-1 REQUIREMENTS OF THE ENVIRONMENT …………………

 

3-2

 
  3-1 REQUIREMENTS OF THE ENVIRONMENT …………………   3-2  
 
 
 
  3-2 REQUIREMENTS OF THE FOUNDATION AND THE  
 

3-2 REQUIREMENTS OF THE FOUNDATION AND THE

 
  3-2 REQUIREMENTS OF THE FOUNDATION AND THE  
  FOUNDATION DRAWINGS   …… 3-3  
 

FOUNDATION DRAWINGS

 

……

3-3

 
  FOUNDATION DRAWINGS   …… 3-3  
3-2-1 METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTION THE FUNDATION …   3-3

3-2-1 METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTION THE FUNDATION

 

3-3

3-2-1 METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTION THE FUNDATION …   3-3
METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTION THE FUNDATION …   3-3 3-2-2 FOUNDATION DRAWINGS ….…. 3-5     3-3
METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTION THE FUNDATION …   3-3 3-2-2 FOUNDATION DRAWINGS ….…. 3-5     3-3
3-2-2 FOUNDATION DRAWINGS ….…. 3-5

3-2-2 FOUNDATION DRAWINGS ….….

3-5

3-2-2 FOUNDATION DRAWINGS ….…. 3-5
 
 
 
  3-3 REQUIREMENT OF POWER SOURCES   …. 3-28
 

3-3 REQUIREMENT OF POWER SOURCES

 

…. 3-28

  3-3 REQUIREMENT OF POWER SOURCES   …. 3-28
  3-3-1 REQUIREMENT OF ELECTRICAL POWER ……………. 3 - 2 8
 

3-3-1 REQUIREMENT OF ELECTRICAL POWER……………. 3-28

  3-3-1 REQUIREMENT OF ELECTRICAL POWER ……………. 3 - 2 8
REQUIREMENT OF ELECTRICAL POWER ……………. 3 - 2 8 3-3-2 PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS
REQUIREMENT OF ELECTRICAL POWER ……………. 3 - 2 8 3-3-2 PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS
3-3-2 PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS …………………………. 3 - 3 2

3-3-2 PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS …………………………. 3-32

3-3-2 PNEUMATIC REQUIREMENTS …………………………. 3 - 3 2
3-3-3 REQUIREMENT OF HYDRAULICS   ……. 3-34

3-3-3 REQUIREMENT OF HYDRAULICS

 

……. 3-34

3-3-3 REQUIREMENT OF HYDRAULICS   ……. 3-34
3 2 3-3-3 REQUIREMENT OF HYDRAULICS   ……. 3-34   3-4 THE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORTATION
3 2 3-3-3 REQUIREMENT OF HYDRAULICS   ……. 3-34   3-4 THE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORTATION
  3-4 THE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORTATION …… 3 - 3 5
 

3-4 THE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORTATION …… 3-35

  3-4 THE EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR TRANSPORTATION …… 3 - 3 5
 
 
 
  3-5 OPERATION ENVIRONMENT FOR THE NC MACHINE ……   3-47  
 

3-5 OPERATION ENVIRONMENT FOR THE NC MACHINE……

 

3-47

 
  3-5 OPERATION ENVIRONMENT FOR THE NC MACHINE ……   3-47  
3-6 NOTES FOR TURNING ON THE MACHINE AFTER  

3-6 NOTES FOR TURNING ON THE MACHINE AFTER

 
3-6 NOTES FOR TURNING ON THE MACHINE AFTER  
  INSTALLATION …………………………… ……………………. 3 - 4 9  
 

INSTALLATION…………………………… ……………………. 3-49

 
  INSTALLATION …………………………… ……………………. 3 - 4 9  
……………………. 3 - 4 9   3-6-1 BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE   ………
……………………. 3 - 4 9   3-6-1 BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE   ………
3-6-1 BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE   ……… 3-49

3-6-1 BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE

 

……… 3-49

3-6-1 BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE   ……… 3-49
3-6-2 AFTER TURNING ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50

3-6-2 AFTER TURNING ON THE MACHINE…………………

 

3-50

3-6-2 AFTER TURNING ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50
TURNING ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50     4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT
TURNING ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50     4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT
 
 
 
ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50     4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT
ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50     4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT
ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50     4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT
ON THE MACHINE …………………   3-50     4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT
  4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT  
 

4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT

 
  4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT  
4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT     4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2
4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT     4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2
4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT     4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2
4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT     4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2
4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT     4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2
4. TRANSPORTATION,INSTALLATION, AND ADJUSTMENT     4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2
  4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2  
 

4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION

 

4-2

 
  4-1 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSPORTATION   4-2  
  …
 

  …
4-2 GUIDELINES FOR INSTALLATION …………………………… 4 - 4

4-2 GUIDELINES FOR INSTALLATION…………………………… 4-4

4-2 GUIDELINES FOR INSTALLATION …………………………… 4 - 4
    4-7
   

4-7

    4-7
  4-3 LEVEL ADJUSTMENT   ……
 

4-3 LEVEL ADJUSTMENT

 

……

  4-3 LEVEL ADJUSTMENT   ……
  4-3-1 VERTICAL (FOUR POINTS)ADJUSTMENT METHOD ABOUT MCV-1020A~MCV-1500 . … … … … … …
 

4-3-1 VERTICAL (FOUR POINTS)ADJUSTMENT METHOD ABOUT MCV-1020A~MCV-1500 .

 
  4-3-1 VERTICAL (FOUR POINTS)ADJUSTMENT METHOD ABOUT MCV-1020A~MCV-1500 . … … … … … … …
  4-8  
 

4-8

 
  4-8  
  …
 

  …
  4-3-2 METHOD OF LEVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR MCV-1700 .… 4 - 1 0
 

4-3-2 METHOD OF LEVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR MCV-1700.… 4-10

  4-3-2 METHOD OF LEVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR MCV-1700 .… 4 - 1 0
4-3-3 METHOD OF LEVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR MCV-2100 、  

4-3-3 METHOD OF LEVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR MCV-2100

 
4-3-3 METHOD OF LEVEL ADJUSTMENT FOR MCV-2100 、  
   
   
   
  MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
 

MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4-15

  MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
、         MCV-2600 ………………………………………………… 4 - 1 5
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2    
 
 
 
  5. OPERATIONS  
 

5. OPERATIONS

 
  5. OPERATIONS  
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2     ………
    5. OPERATIONS     5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2     ………
  5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2  
 

5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY

 

5-2

 
  5-1 LCD/MDI OPERATION AND DISPLAY   5-2  
  ………   …
 

………

 

  ………   …
  5-1-1 EXPLANATION OF THE KEYBOARD ……   ……. 5-5
 

5-1-1 EXPLANATION OF THE KEYBOARD ……

 

…….

5-5

  5-1-1 EXPLANATION OF THE KEYBOARD ……   ……. 5-5
 
 
 
  5-1-2 FUNCTION KEYS ………………………………………… 5 - 7  
 

5-1-2 FUNCTION KEYS ………………………………………… 5-7

 
  5-1-2 FUNCTION KEYS ………………………………………… 5 - 7  
5-1-3 FUNCTION KEYS AND SOFT KEYS ……………………. 5 - 8

5-1-3 FUNCTION KEYS AND SOFT KEYS……………………. 5-8

5-1-3 FUNCTION KEYS AND SOFT KEYS ……………………. 5 - 8
KEYS AND SOFT KEYS ……………………. 5 - 8 5-1-4 HELP FUNCTION …  
KEYS AND SOFT KEYS ……………………. 5 - 8 5-1-4 HELP FUNCTION …  
5-1-4 HELP FUNCTION …   ……………………….…. 5 - 9

5-1-4 HELP FUNCTION

 

……………………….…. 5-9

5-1-4 HELP FUNCTION …   ……………………….…. 5 - 9
5-1-5 GRAPHICS DISPLAY (10.4” LCD) ………………………. 5 - 1 0

5-1-5 GRAPHICS DISPLAY (10.4” LCD) ………………………. 5-10

5-1-5 GRAPHICS DISPLAY (10.4” LCD) ………………………. 5 - 1 0
(10.4” LCD) ………………………. 5 - 1 0   5-2 OPERATION PANEL ……………   5-12
(10.4” LCD) ………………………. 5 - 1 0   5-2 OPERATION PANEL ……………   5-12
  5-2 OPERATION PANEL ……………   5-12
 

5-2 OPERATION PANEL

……………

 

5-12

  5-2 OPERATION PANEL ……………   5-12
   
   
   
  5-3 FUNCTION AND OPERATION OF THE OPERATION PANEL . 5 - 1 3  
 

5-3 FUNCTION AND OPERATION OF THE OPERATION PANEL . 5-13

 
  5-3 FUNCTION AND OPERATION OF THE OPERATION PANEL . 5 - 1 3  
5-4 MACHINE OPERATION ………………………………………… 5 - 2 2

5-4 MACHINE OPERATION ………………………………………… 5-22

5-4 MACHINE OPERATION ………………………………………… 5 - 2 2
………………………………………… 5 - 2 2   5-4-1 EXAMINATION BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE
………………………………………… 5 - 2 2   5-4-1 EXAMINATION BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE
  5-4-1 EXAMINATION BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE 5-4-2 TURN ON THE MACHINE ……………………………… 5
 

5-4-1 EXAMINATION BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE 5-4-2 TURN ON THE MACHINE………………………………

5-22

5-4-1 EXAMINATION BEFORE TURNING ON THE MACHINE 5-4-2 TURN ON THE MACHINE ……………………………… 5 - 2
5-23

5-23

5-23
……………………………… 5 - 2 2 5-23 5-4-3 TURN OFF THE MACHINE
……………………………… 5 - 2 2 5-23 5-4-3 TURN OFF THE MACHINE
5-4-3 TURN OFF THE MACHINE ………………………………. 5 - 2 4

5-4-3 TURN OFF THE MACHINE………………………………. 5-24

5-4-3 TURN OFF THE MACHINE ………………………………. 5 - 2 4
 
 
 
  … 5-25  
 

5-25

 
  … 5-25  
5-5 HANDLE MODE 5-6 AUTO MODE OPERATION ……………………………………   5-27

5-5 HANDLE MODE 5-6 AUTO MODE OPERATION ……………………………………

 

5-27

5-5 HANDLE MODE 5-6 AUTO MODE OPERATION ……………………………………   5-27
……………………………………   5-27   5-6-1 MANUAL DATA INPUT(MDI)   5 - 2 7
……………………………………   5-27   5-6-1 MANUAL DATA INPUT(MDI)   5 - 2 7
  5-6-1 MANUAL DATA INPUT(MDI)   5 - 2 7
 

5-6-1 MANUAL DATA INPUT(MDI)

 

5-27

  5-6-1 MANUAL DATA INPUT(MDI)   5 - 2 7
 
 
 
  5-6-2 START AUTO OPERATION ……………………………… 5 - 2 8
 

5-6-2 START AUTO OPERATION……………………………… 5-28

  5-6-2 START AUTO OPERATION ……………………………… 5 - 2 8
5-6-3 STOP AUTO OPERATION ………………………………. 5 - 2 9

5-6-3 STOP AUTO OPERATION………………………………. 5-29

5-6-3 STOP AUTO OPERATION ………………………………. 5 - 2 9
 
 
 
  5-6-4 MANUAL INTERRUPTION (OPTIONAL FUNCTION) …   5-30
 

5-6-4 MANUAL INTERRUPTION (OPTIONAL FUNCTION)

 

5-30

  5-6-4 MANUAL INTERRUPTION (OPTIONAL FUNCTION) …   5-30
5-6-5 PROGRAM RESTART(OPTIONAL)   … 5-31

5-6-5 PROGRAM RESTART(OPTIONAL)

 

5-31

5-6-5 PROGRAM RESTART(OPTIONAL)   … 5-31
5-30 5-6-5 PROGRAM RESTART(OPTIONAL)   … 5-31 5-6-6 EDIT OPERATION FOR i SERIES   … 5-34
5-30 5-6-5 PROGRAM RESTART(OPTIONAL)   … 5-31 5-6-6 EDIT OPERATION FOR i SERIES   … 5-34
5-6-6 EDIT OPERATION FOR i SERIES   … 5-34

5-6-6 EDIT OPERATION FOR i SERIES

 

5-34

5-6-6 EDIT OPERATION FOR i SERIES   … 5-34
 
 
 
  5-6-7 SOFTWARE OPERATOR`S PANEL   … 5-46  
 

5-6-7 SOFTWARE OPERATOR`S PANEL

 

5-46

 
  5-6-7 SOFTWARE OPERATOR`S PANEL   … 5-46  
  5-7 G FUNCTION ……………………………………………………. 5 - 4 8
 

5-7 G FUNCTION ……………………………………………………. 5-48

  5-7 G FUNCTION ……………………………………………………. 5 - 4 8
5 - 4 8 5-8 F FUNCTION 5-9 S FUNCTION   … … 5-51
5 - 4 8 5-8 F FUNCTION 5-9 S FUNCTION   … … 5-51
5-8 F FUNCTION 5-9 S FUNCTION   … … 5-51

5-8 F FUNCTION 5-9 S FUNCTION

 

5-51

5-8 F FUNCTION 5-9 S FUNCTION   … … 5-51
  5-51
 

5-51

  5-51
5-9 S FUNCTION   … … 5-51   5-51 5-10 T FUNCTION
5-9 S FUNCTION   … … 5-51   5-51 5-10 T FUNCTION
5-10 T FUNCTION ……………………………………… …………… 5 - 5 1

5-10 T FUNCTION ……………………………………… …………… 5-51

5-10 T FUNCTION ……………………………………… …………… 5 - 5 1
 
 
 
  5-11 M FUNCTION   … 5-52  
 

5-11 M FUNCTION

 

5-52

 
  5-11 M FUNCTION   … 5-52  
5-12 CHIP CONVEYOR AND CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9

5-12 CHIP CONVEYOR AND CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5-59

5-12 CHIP CONVEYOR AND CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9
CONVEYOR AND CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM  
CONVEYOR AND CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM  
5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63

5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM

 

…………. 5-63

5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
 
 
 
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
CHIP CLEANING DEVICE ………… 5 - 5 9 5-13 AUXILLARY TOOL BRACKET MECHANISM   …………. 5-63
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  6. AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGE(ATC)  
 

6. AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGE(ATC)

 
  6. AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGE(ATC)  
      6. AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGE(ATC)     6-1 HYDRAULIC ATC ……   6-2  
      6. AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGE(ATC)     6-1 HYDRAULIC ATC ……   6-2  
  6-1 HYDRAULIC ATC ……   6-2  
 

6-1 HYDRAULIC ATC ……

 

6-2

 
  6-1 HYDRAULIC ATC ……   6-2  
  …
 

  …
  6-1-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 3
 

6-1-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION

 

6-3

  6-1-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 3
 
 
 
  6-1-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 4  
 

6-1-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION

 

6-4

 
  6-1-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 4  
6-1-3 ATC PROGRAMMING   6-8

6-1-3 ATC PROGRAMMING

 

6-8

6-1-3 ATC PROGRAMMING   6-8
  …  
 

 
  …  
6-1-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   … … 6-8

6-1-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER

 

6-8

6-1-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   … … 6-8
6-1-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER   6-9

6-1-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER

 

6-9

6-1-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER   6-9
  …
 

  …
6-1-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC …………………… 6 - 1 2

6-1-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC…………………… 6-12

6-1-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC …………………… 6 - 1 2
 
 
 
  6-1-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING   ……. 6-14  
 

6-1-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING

 

…….

6-14

 
  6-1-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING   ……. 6-14  
6-1-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION  

6-1-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION

 
6-1-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION  
  6 - 1 6  
 

6-16

 
  6 - 1 6  
THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION     6 - 1 6     6-2 CAM ATC (BT50)
THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION     6 - 1 6     6-2 CAM ATC (BT50)
  6-2 CAM ATC (BT50) ……………………………………………… 6-17
 

6-2 CAM ATC (BT50)

……………………………………………… 6-17

  6-2 CAM ATC (BT50) ……………………………………………… 6-17
 
 
 
  6-2-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 1 8  
 

6-2-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION

 

6-18

 
  6-2-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 1 8  
6-2-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION   …. 6-19

6-2-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION

 

…. 6-19

6-2-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION   …. 6-19
 
 
 
  6-2-3 ATC PROGRAMMING ……………………………………. 6 - 2 3
 

6-2-3 ATC PROGRAMMING ……………………………………. 6-23

  6-2-3 ATC PROGRAMMING ……………………………………. 6 - 2 3
6-2-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   6-23

6-2-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER

 

6-23

6-2-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   6-23
  …   …….
 

 

…….

  …   …….
6-2-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER   … 6-24

6-2-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER

 

6-24

6-2-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER   … 6-24
 
 
 
  6-2-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC …………………… 6 - 2 7  
 

6-2-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC…………………… 6-27

 
  6-2-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC …………………… 6 - 2 7  
6-2-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING   6-29

6-2-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING

 

6-29

6-2-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING   6-29
  …….
 

…….

  …….
6-2-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING  

6-2-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING

 
6-2-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING  
  POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION   … 6-31  
 

POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION

 

6-31

 
  POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION   … 6-31  
 
 
 
  6-3 CAM ATC (BT40) ……………………………………………… 6-32
 

6-3 CAM ATC (BT40)

……………………………………………… 6-32

  6-3 CAM ATC (BT40) ……………………………………………… 6-32
  6-3-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 3 3
 

6-3-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION

 

6-33

  6-3-1 M CODE FOR ATC OPERATION   6 - 3 3
 
 
 
  6-3-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION   …… 6-34  
 

6-3-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION

 

…… 6-34

 
  6-3-2 PROCEDURE FOR ATC OPERATION   …… 6-34  
6-3-3 ATC PROGRAMMING ……………………………………. 6 - 3 8

6-3-3 ATC PROGRAMMING ……………………………………. 6-38

6-3-3 ATC PROGRAMMING ……………………………………. 6 - 3 8
……………………………………. 6 - 3 8 6-3-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   …   …….
……………………………………. 6 - 3 8 6-3-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   …   …….
6-3-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   …   ……. 6-38

6-3-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER

 

 

…….

6-38

6-3-4 IMPROPER TOOL NUMBER   …   ……. 6-38
   
   
   
  6-3-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER   … 6-39
 

6-3-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER

 

6-39

  6-3-5 CONFIRMATION OF TOOL NUMBER   … 6-39
6-3-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC …………………… 6 - 4 2

6-3-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC…………………… 6-42

6-3-6 TIMER AND KEEP RELAY FOR ATC …………………… 6 - 4 2
 
 
 
  6-3-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING   ……. 6-44
 

6-3-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING

 

…….

6-44

  6-3-7 TOOL LOADING AND UNLOADING   ……. 6-44
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4

6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6-46

6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
 
 
 
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
6-3-8 ADJUSTMENT OF THE TOOL EXCHANGING POSITION IN THE Z-AXIS DIRECTION …………………. 6 - 4 6
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7. SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT 7-1 LEVEL ADJUSTMENT … 7-2 7-2 ADJUSTMENT AND SETTING OF THE
7. SETTING AND ADJUSTMENT
7-1 LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
7-2
7-2 ADJUSTMENT AND SETTING OF THE PNEUMATIC AIR
PRESSURE
… 7-2
7-3 TIMER
7-3
7-3-1 SETTING TIMER …………………………………………. 7-3
7-3-2 FIX TIMER………………………………
7-6
7-4 KEEP RELAY
7-7
7-5 DATA TABLE
……
7-23
8. MAINTENANCE AND CARE
8-1 ROUTINE CHECKUPS
8-2
8-2 LUBRICANT
….…
8-3
8-3 SPINDLE COOLING UNIT
8-4
8-4 CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
8-5
8-5 THE POSITION OF SOLENOID, LIMIT SWITCH, AND
PROXIMATE SWITCH
………………………………………… 8-6
8-5-1 THE POSITIONS OF LIMIT SWITCH AND PROXIMATE
SWITCH
…………………
………………….
8-6
8-5-2 POSITION DIAGRAM FOR SOLENOID
….
8-9
8-5-3 HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM
….
……………… 8-12
8-6 DOOR INTERLOCK RELEASE
8-13
9. TROUBLE SHOOTING
9-1 PARAMETER SETTINGS
…………. 9-2
9-2 OVERTRAVEL
9-4
9-3 CHANGING BATTERIES
9-5
9-4 TROUBLE SHOOTING DURING THE PROCESS OF
AUTOMATIC TOOL CHANGING………………………………. 9-7
9-4-1 ATC BY HYDRAULIC ……………………………………
9-7
9-4-2 ATC BY CAM ……… ………………… 9-9 9-5 WARNING MESSAGES … … 9-11 9-5-1 HYDRAULIC
9-4-2 ATC BY CAM
………
…………………
9-9
9-5 WARNING MESSAGES
9-11
9-5-1 HYDRAULIC TYPE …
………….………
……………. 9-11
9-5-2 CAM TYPE…
………………
…………….
9-15
10. AUTOMATIC PALLET CHANGER
(APC OPTIONAL)
10-1 OUTLOOKING AND THE NAMES OF MAJOR PARTS .……. 10-2
10-2 THE MAJOR SIZE OF THE MACHINE
… 10-3
10-3 TRANSPORTATION AND INSTALLATION
… 10-6
10-3-1 TRANSPORTATION
… 10-6
10-3-2 INSTALLATION
……………
……. 10-7
10-4 COMMANDS OF APC OPERATION…………………………. 10-14
10-5 OPERATION PROCEDURES FOR APC……………………
10-15
10-6 PROGRAMMING OF THE APC ………………………………. 10-19
10-7 SETTING OF MACHINING PROGRAM NUMBER
… 10-22
10-8 MDI MODE MAINTENANCE OPERATION
10-23
10-9 HYDRUALIC DIAGRAM FOR APC
10-24
10-10 KEEP RELAY, TIMER, AND DIAGNOSTIC ADDRESS
FOR APC
…………………………………
10-25
10-10-1 KEEP RELAY …………………………………
10-25
10-10-2 TIMER ………………………………………
10-28
10-10-3 DIAGNOSTIC ADDRESS ……………………
10-28
APPENDIX
A1.
AUTOMATIC TOOL LENGTH BREAKAGE DETECTION
(G36)
………………………………………
…………………
A-2
A2.
AUTOMATIC TOOL LENGTH DETECTION(G37)……
A-9
B. OPEN/CLOSE LINEAR SCALE ……………………… B-1 C. SETTING OF 4 th & 5 th
B. OPEN/CLOSE LINEAR SCALE
………………………
B-1
C. SETTING OF 4 th & 5 th AXIS……………………………
C-1
D. CALL A/B PALLET PROGRAM (FOR MCV-1020)…………. D-1
E. Z AXIS RETURN WHEN AUTO TOOL CHANGE FOR
MACRO PROGRAM
……………………………………
E-1
INTRODUCTION WARNINGS FEATURES OF MCV-1020A FEATURES OF MCV-1250 FEATURES OF MCV-1350 AND MCV-1500 FEATURES OF
INTRODUCTION
WARNINGS
FEATURES OF MCV-1020A
FEATURES OF MCV-1250
FEATURES OF MCV-1350 AND MCV-1500
FEATURES OF MCV-1450
FEATURES OF MCV-1700
FEATURES OF MCV-2100 AND MCV-2600
2
3
4
5
……
6
………
7
……
8
….…………
9

2

2 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL INTRODUCTION This manual is written specifically for MCV-1020A,
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

INTRODUCTION

This manual is written specifically for MCV-1020A, MCV-1250, MCV-1350, MCV-1450, MCV-1500, MCV-1700, MCV-2100, and MCV-2600. This manual provides information about installations, operations, basic maintenance, and routine checkups of these machines. This manual instructs you how to operate the machine safely and correctly. Please read this manual carefully before installation and operation.

Please be advised that this manual and warning signs on the machines are important and must be fully understood. Programming references are given in the manual of the FANUC controller.

Please obey the following rules when using the machine:

1. Do not operate this machine unless you are well-trained and completely understand the functions and features of the machine.

2. Do not continue operating a machine if any faulty function is detected.

3. Do not use in the potential explosive environment.

PREFACE

3

WARNINGS

To prevent from serious injuries, the employers and owners must provide necessary protections and equipments for installations and operations. The employers and owners must also provide thorough training courses for the operators, and they must carefully supervise all operations and obey the following safety regulations:

1. This machine can be operated only by those who are well-trained and fully understand the features and specifications of the machine as well as safety rules for operating the machine.

2. Do not put any portion of your body on any moving component of the machine. Do not enter the work space of the machine unless the power of the machine is off.

3. Do not wear loose clothing or gloves since they may be tangled in the machine. Tighten your clothes, especially the cuffs.

4. Wear safety glasses and safety shoes during operations.

5. Do not operate or maintain this machine unless properly trained and supervised.

6. Make sure the spindle is stopped before changing or adjusting work pieces, fixtures, and tools.

7. Do not use flammable or toxic coolant.

8. If the operator suspect the safety of operating the machine, he or she must stop using this machine immediately and report to the manufacturer within 30 days.

4

4 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL This machine is a vertical machining center designed for
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

This machine is a vertical machining center designed for metal cutting. Like steel, iron, copper, aluminum, and stainless. The other materials please don't cut by this machine. It automatically changes tools for milling, drilling, boring, and tapping. Please do not use this machine for other purposes. Special features are as follows.

FEATURES OF MCV-1020A

1. The spindle with high and low speed ranges is drived by gear directly.

2. The tool in the spindle is clamped by disk springs. And clamp/unclamp button in the front of headstock is very convenient to operate.

3. The X, Y, and Z axes bearings are special bearings for ballscrew to make them pretense.

4. Ballscrew and servo motor are connected by coupling to decrease backlash.

5. The X, Y, and Z servo motors are mounted on the outside of structure is easy to maintenance.

6. The device of Automatic Tool Change (ATC) is driven by hydraulic power. The tool magazine is located at the upper left side of the column. It has no interruptions with the machining area. Tools are placed horizontally to reduce chip pollutions. Bi-directional tool change arm is available. It shortens the time of tool change for the wanted tool to rotate the magazine and bring it to the stand-by position.

7. The front part of the bed is concave so that it is easy for on the operator to approach to the spindle. Two retractable covers sheltering both linear guides in Y axis will be more convenient while operating the machine.

8. The drawing bar is hold and driven by hydraulic mechanism while unclamping tools. It results in the absorption of the force for the axial direction and the prolongation of the life of the spindle bearing.

PREFACE

5

FEATURES OF MCV-1250, MCV-1350, AND MCV-1500

1. The spindle with high and low speed ranges is drived by gear directly.

2. The tool in the spindle is clamped by disk springs. And clamp/unclamp button in the front of headstock is very convenient to operate.

3. The X, Y, and Z axes bearings are special bearings for ballscrew to make them pretense.

4. Ballscrew and servo motor are connected by coupling to decrease backlash.

5. The X, Y, and Z servo motors are mounted on the outside of structure is easy to maintenance.

6. The mountain-shaped arrangement of the ribs for the bed and saddle has the shortest force line. It can prevent the ribs from deformations due to force interactions.

7. Motion of hydraulic ATC is very definite and reliable (standard). Motion of cam ATC can shortens the time of tool change and increase of working efficiency (option).

8. The tool magazine is located at upper left side of the column. It has no interruptions with the machine area. Tools are placed horizontally to reduce chip pollutions. Bi-directional tool change arm is available. It shortens the time of tool change for the wanted tool to rotate the magazine and bring it to the stand-by position.

9. The drawing bar is hold and driven by hydraulic mechanism while unclamping tools. It results in the absorption of the force for the axial direction and the prolongation of the life of the spindle bearing.

6

6 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FEATURES OF MCV-1450 1. The mountain-shaped arrangement of the
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FEATURES OF MCV-1450

1. The mountain-shaped arrangement of the ribs for the bed and saddle has the shortest force line. It can prevents the ribs from deformations due to force interactions.

2. Slide ways are narrow so as to be with low resistances.

3. Four guides are used for the Y direction. They are long enough to prevent the working table from deformation.

4. The thermal-symmetric configuration can reduce the thermal deformation.

5. The spindle with high (for light metal cutting) and low (for heavy-duty cutting) speed ranges is drived by gear directly.

6. The drawing bar is hold and driven by hydraulic mechanism while unclamping tools. It results in the absorption of the force for the axial direction and the prolongation of the life of the spindle bearing.

7. Ball screws for X, Y, and Z axes are short. They have the advantage of excellent rigidity, less thermal deformation, and good positioning accuracy.

8. The device of Automatic Tool Change (ATC) is driven by hydraulic power. The tool magazine is located at the upper left side of the column. It has no interruptions with the machining area. Tools are placed horizontally to reduce chip pollutions. Bi-directional tool change arm is available. It shortens the time of tool change for the wanted tool to rotate the magazine and bring it to the stand-by position.

9. Enclosed splash guard ensures safe and reliable working environment.

PREFACE

7

FEATURES OF MCV-1700

1. The mountain-shaped arrangement of the ribs for the bed and saddle has the shortest force line. It can prevents the ribs from deformations due to force interactions.

2. Slide ways are narrow so as to be with low resistances.

3. Four guides are used for the Y direction. They are long enough to prevent the working table from deformation.

4. The thermal-symmetric configuration can reduce the thermal deformation.

5. The spindle with high (for light metal cutting) and low (for heavy-duty cutting)speed ranges is drived by gear directly.

6. The drawing bar is hold and driven by hydraulic mechanism while unclamping tools. It results in the absorption of the force for the axial direction and the prolongation of the life of the spindle bearing.

7. Ball screws for X, Y, and Z axes are short. They have the advantage of excellent rigidity, less thermal deformation, and good positioning accuracy.

8. The device of Automatic Tool Change (ATC) is driven by hydraulic power. The tool magazine is located at the upper left side of the column. It has no interruptions with the machining area. Tools are placed horizontally to reduce chip pollutions. Bi-directional tool change arm is available. It shortens the time of tool change for the wanted tool to rotate the magazine and bring it to the stand-by position.

9. Enclosed splash guard ensures safe and reliable working environment.

8

8 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FEATURES OF MCV-2100 AND MCV-2600 1. The spindle with
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

FEATURES OF MCV-2100 AND MCV-2600

1. The spindle with high and low speed ranges is drived by gear directly.

2. The tool in the spindle is clamped by disk springs. And clamp/unclamp button in the front of headstock is very convenient to operate.

3. The X, Y, and Z axes bearings are special bearings for ballscrew to make them pretense.

4. Ballscrew and servo motor are connected by coupling to decrease backlash.

5. The X, Y, and Z servo motors are mounted on the outside of structure is easy to maintenance.

6. The device of Automatic Tool Change (ATC) is driven by hydraulic power. The tool magazine is located at the upper left side of the column. It has no interruptions with the machining area. Tools are placed horizontally to reduce chip pollutions. Bi-directional tool change arm is available. It shortens the time of tool change for the wanted tool to rotate the magazine and bring it to the stand-by position.

7. The saddle is double wall built that provides high rigidity.

8. There are four slideway in Y axis. It provides high rigidity and stability.

1-1 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-2 1-2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATING THE MACHINE 1-3 1-3 PRECAUTIONS
1-1 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1-2
1-2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATING THE MACHINE
1-3
1-3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USING THE ELECTRICAL
COMPONENTS AND THE NC CONTROLLER
….
1-4
1-4 ILLUSTRATION OF THE DANGEROUS AREAS OF THE
MACHINE
1-5
1-5 ILLUSTRATION OF THE LOCATIONS AND CONTENTS OF
WARNING SIGNS
….
1-7

1-2

1-2 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL 1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Safety concerns are very important in
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

Safety concerns are very important in preventing accidents from happening and in ensuring normal operations of the machine.

1-1 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

The following general safety precautions are helpful in preventing accidents from happening. In other words, they help your company promote productions.

1. Wear safety glasses.

2. Wear safety shoes.

3. Wear work clothes. Tighten the clothes, especially the cuffs.

4. Do not wear gloves when operating the machine

5. The environment of machine must bright and clean. Keep the places for storing work pieces clean.

6. Do not blow metal chips and dusts around the high voltage controller and the NC controller.

7. Make sure that the floor where the machine and the operator stand are sturdy.

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-3

1-2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR OPERATING THE MACHINE

The operators must fully understand this manual and the following safety precautions before operating the machine.

1. The operators or maintenance personnel must be aware of all the warning labels on the machine. Do not remove or damage the warning labels.

2. To prevent any objects from entering the high voltage controller and the NC controller, do not leave their covers open unless for the purpose of adjustment or maintenance.

3. Do not alter the positions of limit switch to change travels.

4. Use designated tools to adjust, repair, and maintain the machine.

5. In case of any faulty function, stop operating the machine and press the emergency button immediately.

6. Please note the following before starting the machine.

(1) Do not put your hands on any movable component of the machines, such as ATC, APC, and the work table. (2) Do not use your hands to clean tools or chips on the work table. Cleaning work can be performed only after the machine is stopped. (3) Make sure that the machine is stopped before adjusting the orientation of the coolant nozzle.

7. Standard shut-down procedures:

(1) Turn off the power switch. (2) Clean the work table (3) Cover the slideways to prevent dusts from entering.

8. Do not load or unload tools until spindle is EXACT STOP.

9. During the maintenance, the machine must be in the status of complete stop.

1-4

1-4 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL 1-3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USING THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS AND THE
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-3 PRECAUTIONS FOR USING THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS AND THE NC CONTROLLER

Please note the following guidelines for routine maintenance and checkups.

1. Do not strike on the NC controller or heavily press on the control panel.

2. Use electrical cords specified in the manual. Do not use lengthy electrical cords. Cover the electrical cords if they lie on the ground.

3. NC parameters can be altered by authorized technicians only.

4. Do not change the parameters of the high-voltage control panel or other buttons.

5. Do not overload power sockets or electrical cords.

6. Turn off the NC controller, high-voltage control panel and the main power before inspecting electrical components. Make sure that the switches are locked in the "OFF" positions so that the switches cannot be accidentally turned on.

7. Do not contact electrical components with wet tools.

8. Use designated and qualified fuses only. Do not use fuses with higher capacities or use cooper cords to replace fuses.

9. Do not leave the door of the NC controller open since direct sunlight or flashes will damage the controller.

10. Even the main switch in machine is shut off the electricity still remains in the wire from main source in customer's factory to the main switch in machine.

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-5

1-4 ILLUSTRATION OF THE DANGEROUS AREAS OF THE MACHINE

MCV-1020AMCV-1350MCV-1450MCV-1500

MCV-1700MCV-2100MCV-2600

OF THE DANGEROUS AREAS OF THE MACHINE MCV-1020A 、 MCV-1350 、 MCV-1450 、 MCV-1500 MCV-1700 、

1-6

1-6 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL MCV-1250 、 MCV-1450
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MCV-1250MCV-1450

1-6 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL MCV-1250 、 MCV-1450

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-7

1-5 ILLUSTRATION OF THE LOCATIONS AND CONTENTS OF WARNING SIGNS

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-7 1-5 ILLUSTRATION OF THE LOCATIONS AND CONTENTS OF WARNING SIGNS

1-8

1-8 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-8 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-9

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-9

1-10

1-10 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-10 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-11

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-11

1-12

1-12 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-12 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-13

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-13 NO.3, KUNG-YEH LANE, FENGCHENG ROAD, NANSHIN TSUN, WUFENG SHIANG, TAICHUNG HSIEN 413,
NO.3, KUNG-YEH LANE, FENGCHENG ROAD, NANSHIN TSUN, WUFENG SHIANG, TAICHUNG HSIEN 413, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
NO.3, KUNG-YEH LANE, FENGCHENG ROAD, NANSHIN TSUN,
WUFENG SHIANG, TAICHUNG HSIEN 413, TAIWAN, R.O.C.
TEL:886-4-23334567
FAX:886-4-23307567
TAIWAN, R.O.C. TEL:886-4-23334567 FAX:886-4-23307567 CAUTION THIS SOCKET PLUG(AC110V) IS FOR INTERFACING THE
CAUTION THIS SOCKET PLUG(AC110V) IS FOR INTERFACING THE TAPE PUNCH MACHINE OR COMPUTER ONLY ,NOT
CAUTION
THIS SOCKET PLUG(AC110V) IS
FOR INTERFACING THE TAPE
PUNCH MACHINE OR COMPUTER
ONLY ,NOT FOR OTHER
PURPOSE

1-14

1-14 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-14 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-14 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-14 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-14 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-15

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-15 ! WARNING Keep hands,clothing and body clear of rotating spindle. Machine starts
! WARNING Keep hands,clothing and body clear of rotating spindle. Machine starts and moves automatically.
!
WARNING
Keep hands,clothing and
body clear of rotating
spindle. Machine starts and
moves automatically. Can
cause severe injury.
1.Set control in manual
mode before working
near spindle.
2.Turn off and lock out
power at electrical panel
before servicing.

1-16

1-16 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ! Unexpected objects may fly out,and cause injury. 1.Keep
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-16 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ! Unexpected objects may fly out,and cause injury. 1.Keep
! Unexpected objects may fly out,and cause injury. 1.Keep the doors closed during machining. 2.Keep
!
Unexpected objects may
fly out,and cause injury.
1.Keep the doors closed
during machining.
2.Keep interlocks and other
safety devices in place
and functioning.

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-17

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-17
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-17

1-18

1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-18 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-19

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-19
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-19
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-19
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-19
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-19
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-19

1-20

1-20 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-20 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-20 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-21

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-21
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-21

1-22

1-22 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-22 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
1-22 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-23

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-23 Solenoid Valves Description MAGAZINE MAGAZINE ROTATION ORIENTATION ARM ARM DOWN U P
Solenoid Valves Description MAGAZINE MAGAZINE ROTATION ORIENTATION ARM ARM DOWN U P ARM CATCH TOOL
Solenoid Valves Description
MAGAZINE
MAGAZINE
ROTATION
ORIENTATION
ARM
ARM
DOWN
U
P
ARM
CATCH TOOL
ARM
RETRACT
ARM
ARM
RESET
180°TURN

1-24

1-24 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL PROCEDURE TO RESTART THE POWER SOURCE 1.Turn the handle
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

1-24 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL PROCEDURE TO RESTART THE POWER SOURCE 1.Turn the handle
1-24 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL PROCEDURE TO RESTART THE POWER SOURCE 1.Turn the handle
PROCEDURE TO RESTART THE POWER SOURCE 1.Turn the handle counter-clockwise to the "OFF" position. OF
PROCEDURE TO RESTART THE POWER SOURCE
1.Turn the handle counter-clockwise to the
"OFF" position.
OF
F(
2.Then turn the handle clockwise to the "ON"
position which completes the procedure to
restart the power source.
OP
Handle
※Remember to turn the handle towards
the "OFF" position first. By turning the
handle towards the"ON" position directly
will CAUSE THE POWER SUPPLY
DAMAGE.
1210209E

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

1-25

1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-25
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1-25
2-1 LAYOUT AND LIST OF COMPONENTS 2-2 2-2 OVERALL DRAWING …… … 2-3 2-3 WORKSPACE
2-1 LAYOUT AND LIST OF COMPONENTS
2-2
2-2 OVERALL DRAWING ……
2-3
2-3 WORKSPACE AND REFERENCE POINT
2-10
2-4 SPECIFICATIONS
….
2-12
2-5 TOOL SPECIFICATIONS
2-14
2-5-1 RANGE OF USED TOOLS
2-14
2-5-2 TOOLS
….
2-15
2-6 SPINDLE POWER AND TORQUE DIAGRAM
2-21

2-2

2-2 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL 2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE 2-1 LAYOUT AND LIST
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE

2-1 LAYOUT AND LIST OF COMPONENTS

TO THE MACHINE 2-1 LAYOUT AND LIST OF COMPONENTS 1. Headstock 9. Bed 2. Tool magazine

1. Headstock

9. Bed

2. Tool magazine

10. Hydraulic unit

3. Operation panel

11. Electrical cabinet

4. Work table

12. Count-balance cylinder

5. X-axis servo motor

13. Coolant tank

6. Y-axis servo motor

14. Level-adjusting bolt

7. Z-axis servo motor

15. Spindle cooling unit

8. Column

16. Transformer

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE

2-2 OVERALL DRAWING

MCV-1020A

2-3

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE 2-2 OVERALL DRAWING ■ MCV-1020A 2-3

2-4

2-4 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ■ MCV-1250
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MCV-1250

2-4 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ■ MCV-1250

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE

MCV-1350MCV-1500

2-5

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE ■ MCV-1350 、 MCV-1500 2-5

2-6

2-6 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ■ MCV-1450
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MCV-1450

2-6 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ■ MCV-1450

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE

MCV-1700

2-7

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE ■ MCV-1700 2-7

2-8

2-8 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ■ MCV-2100
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MCV-2100

2-8 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL ■ MCV-2100

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE

MCV-2600

2-9

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE ■ MCV-2600 2-9

2-10

2-10 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL 2-3 WORKSPACE AND REFERENCE POINT   A B C
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

2-3 WORKSPACE AND REFERENCE POINT

AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL 2-3 WORKSPACE AND REFERENCE POINT   A B C D MCV-1020A 1,020 550
 

A

B

C

D

MCV-1020A

1,020

550

560

150

MCV-1250

1,250

650

700

200

MCV-1350

1,350

630

700

200

MCV-1450

1,450

750

750

200

MCV-1500

1,500

630

700

200

MCV-1700

1,700

800

750

200

MCV-2100

2,100

850

760

200

MCV-2600

2,600

850

760

200

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE

REFERENCE POINT

2-11

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE MACHINE REFERENCE POINT 2-11   MCV-1020A MCV-1250 MCV-1350 MCV-1450 MCV-1500
 

MCV-1020A

MCV-1250

MCV-1350

MCV-1450

MCV-1500

MCV-1700

MCV-2100

MCV-2600

A

mm

275

325

340

375

340

375

400

400

inch

10.83

12.8

13.4

14.77

13.4

14.7

15.7

15.7

 

mm

560

700

700

750

700

800

760

760

B

inch

22

27.6

27.6

29.53

27.6

31.5

29.9

29.9

 

mm

510

625

675

725

750

850

1,050

1300

C

inch

20

24.6

26.6

28.55

29.5

33.4

41.3

51.2

2-12

2-12 MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL 2-4 SPECIFICATIONS MODEL   MCV-1020A MCV-1350
MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

MACHINING CENTER OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

2-4 SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL

 

MCV-1020A

MCV-1350

MCV-1350

MCV-2100

 

MCV-1020A

+APC

MCV-1250

/MCV-1500

+APC

MCV-1450

MCV-1700

/MCV-2600

TABLE

                 

2300×800

WORKING

mm

1250×660

110×470

1400×820

1700×680

1400×570

1600×880

1900×1010

/2800×970

SUPRFACE

               

90.55×38.19

inch

49.2×26

43.3×18.5

55×32.3

67×26.8

55×22.4

62.99×31.5

74.8×39.76

/110.24×38.19

T-SLOT

mm

18×5

18×3

22×5

22×5

22×5

22×5

22×5

22×5

(SIZE×NUMBER)

in

0.7×5

0.7×3

0.86×5

0.86×5

0.86×5

0.87×5

0.87×5

0.87×5

MAX

kg

1000

700

1500

1500

800

2000

2000

3000

TABLELOAD

lbs

2200

1540

3300

3300

1760

4400

4400

6600

TRAVEL

LONGITUDINAL

mm

1020

1020

1250

1350/1500

1350

1450

1700

2100/2600

TRAVEL(X)

in

40

40

49.2

53/59

53

57.09

66.92

82.68 /102.36

CROSS

mm

550

550

650

630

630

750

800

870

TRAVEL(Y)

in

21.65

21.65

25.6

25

25

29.53

31.5

34.25

HEADSTOCK

mm

560

560

700

700

700

750

750

760

TRAVEL(Z)

in

22

22

27.6

27.6

27.6

29.53

29.53

29.92

DISTANCE OF SPINDLE END TO TABLE TOP

mm

150-710

150-710