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How to control the temperature of the woodworking machinery CNC lathe

by:Gewinn     2020-05-01
Woodworking CNC lathe will appear in the process of working temperature is too high, if there is a high temperature must stop the machine running, cooling treatment, it is very serious damage to the machine, is most likely to lead to necrosis of the machine, so use woodworking CNC lathe production most concerned about is the use of process temperature is too high. Today Ming xin wei woodworking machinery will give you to solve this problem. 1, want to control every high fever, we should try to increase the power of the engine cooling fan, at the same time daily to clear in time the cooling fan of dust. 2, under the condition of same fever, machine body has a great influence on the thermal deformation is also. Such as nc machine tools in the past using single mast mechanism may be replaced by double column body. Due to the left and right sides is symmetrical, dual axis line of the mast mechanism after heated in addition to produce the vertical translation, other direction deformation is small, and vertical axis movement can easily use a coordinate correction to compensate. Thermal deformation occurred in cutter cuts the vertical axis direction. This can make the spindle thermal deformation reduced to minimal impact on machining diameter. 3, the effective way is to direct to forced cooling heating parts, can be through the water and air conditioning fan two ways. Can also be the bottom of the heating temperature of components, make numerical control woodworking lathe the overall temperature uniformity, it also can effectively reduce the deformation. In use process to control the temperature of the good woodworking CNC lathes we can do the above points. Is in the use of woodworking CNC lathe again we should pay attention to the heat dissipation on the surface of the work, do a good job cleaning of surface and the surrounding, allow heat to spread out in a timely manner.
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