In the world of automation, our customers have long favored the efficiency and reliability of the NC servo feeding machine. What sets it apart is its utilization of a semi-closed-loop servo feeding control system. During operation, operators can easily configure parameters and operational velocity through the user-friendly touch screen interface. The servo motor, under the careful supervision of the PLC, then seamlessly executes the feeding process, thanks to the precision of the positioning function module.
The Challenge of Traditional NC Servo Feeding Machines
Traditional NC servo feeding machines, whether mechanical or pneumatic, typically feature a single set of feeding rollers responsible for clamping and conveying materials. When the material thickness remains consistent, these machines exhibit commendable feeding accuracy. However, when materials vary in thickness or are excessively thick, a challenge arises. The engaging gears between the upper and lower feeding rollers experience elastic fluctuations, disrupting the secure meshing of transmission gears. This leads to inconsistencies in the linear velocity of the feeding rollers, resulting in material misalignment, slippage during feeding, and a significant impact on feeding precision.
The Innovative Solution: Dual-Roller NC Servo Feeding Machine
In response to the persistent issue of slippage and inaccurate feeding distances in traditional NC servo feeding machines, a customized dual-roller NC servo feeding machine has been meticulously designed and manufactured. This innovation goes beyond the conventional single set of feeding rollers. It incorporates an additional set of feeding rollers and a pair of idler wheels. This intelligent design promotes coordinated synchronous movement among multiple gears and sets of feeding rollers, effectively eliminating slippage between the rollers and the material.
Moreover, the bespoke dual-roller NC servo feeding machine introduces an articulated arm adjustment mechanism at the upper section of the material pressing unit. This mechanism enhances coordination between the idler wheels and gears, ensuring precise control over the overall synchronous operation of the feeding rollers. The result is exceptional control over feeding speed and precise feeding results.
How it Works in Practice
In practical application, the custom dual-roller NC servo feeding machine relies on a servo motor in the transmission apparatus. This motor is controlled by an electrical control box. With each pulse signal set to specific parameters, it rotates a fixed angle, driving the transmission gears of the primary feeding roller via a synchronous belt. This action leads to the synchronized rotation of various gears, while the auxiliary idler wheels ensure the constant alignment of the feeding roller’s velocity with that of the material-pressing roller.
The dual-roller NC servo feeding machine has successfully addressed the longstanding issues of material slippage and inaccurate feeding distances. Its innovative design, utilizing dual rollers and an articulated arm adjustment mechanism, offers a precise and reliable solution for discerning clients who demand exceptional control over their material feeding processes. This advancement not only enhances productivity but also contributes to the overall efficiency of manufacturing processes.