The Challenge with Traditional Levelling Machines

Within the intricate world of precision machinery production, the unrelenting presence of inherent stress and inconsistency in metal sheets calls for comprehensive levelling before proceeding to stamping. Conventional levelling machines, exemplified by precision levelling devices, typically involve a configuration of nine upper assembly levelling rollers and ten lower ones. These levelling rollers retain a fixed planar position, with the entire upper assembly’s vertical positioning being subject to a nuanced four-point micro-adjustment apparatus. This mechanism primarily controls the gap between the two roller assemblies to facilitate the levelling process. However, due to stress variations across the metal sheet’s expanse, this uniform gap often results in less than optimal levelling, rendering precision levelling goals unattainable.

Introducing the Intelligent Servo Levelling Machine

Our solution? The intelligent servo numerical control technology. Its integration into levelling machine design has given rise to the innovative heavy plate intelligent servo levelling machine. This trailblazing machine possesses the unique ability to independently adjust each upper assembly levelling roller’s height, thereby offering precise control over the rollers based on the material’s fluctuating stress points. This not only ensures a uniformly planar surface post-levelling but also facilitates high-precision levelling for medium and heavy plates, ranging in thickness from 1.0mm to 6.0mm.

Key Features of the Intelligent Servo Levelling Machine

At the heart of the heavy plate intelligent servo levelling machine lies a series of advanced components: the Mitsubishi PLC, Mitsubishi servo motor and driver, Mitsubishi encoder, a seven-inch Weilun touch screen, a limit screw, a worm gear adjustment device, a levelling roller bracket, and a Taiwan Shihlin inverter.

Ease of Operation with the Intelligent Servo Levelling Machine

Operating this sophisticated machine entails inputting the metal sheet’s thickness into the touch screen interface, which then creates the down-pressure model. This model is conveyed as a down-pressure signal to the PLC controller, which subsequently transmits the signal to the servo motor. The rotation of the servo motor activates the worm gear adjustment device, which propels the telescopic rod. This rod, in turn, powers the levelling roller bracket, which ultimately manipulates the levelling rollers, instigating their ascent or descent. The levelling roller’s downward pressure halts once it aligns with the pre-set value, thus ensuring precise control over each levelling roller’s downward pressure.

The Competitive Edge: Superior Precision Levelling

What sets the heavy plate intelligent servo levelling machine apart? Its ability to exercise precise control over the downward pressure of each levelling roller. This mastery eradicates the issue of insufficient levelling results brought about by stress variations in different sections of the sheet. Consequently, this innovative machine not only guarantees high-precision levelling but also represents a leap forward in precision machinery production.

Servo Levelling Machine
Servo Levelling Machine