In certain situations, adjusting the press servo feeder becomes a crucial step to ensure smooth production processes. These circumstances may include changes in the mold, material dimensions, or control cabinet parameters. Understanding the proper adjustment methods for the press servo feeder will help you address issues efficiently and promptly resume production.
I. Adjusting the Press Servo Feeder Machine Head Height
Adjustment Goal: Align the machine head height with the lower mold height.
1.Begin by loosening the M12 external hexagonal fixing screw on the feeder mounting plate.
2.Release the height adjustment screw nut at the bottom of the feeder, adjust the M16 height adjustment screw, and subsequently modify the feeding height.
3.Upon completing the adjustment, ensure the M12 external hexagonal fixing screw on the mounting plate is tightened.
II. Press Servo Feeder Material Blocking Wheel and Pressure Adjustments
Adjustment Goal: Maintain a small gap between the material and the fixing device.
1.Width Adjustment: Lift the tilting board stop wheel, move the limit wheel, adjust the feed inlet blocking wheel’s total width to match the raw material width, keep a 5mm distance between the limit wheel and the raw material, and then secure it.
2.Thickness Adjustment (varies slightly between pneumatic and mechanical types):
2.1.Pneumatic: Modify the pressure intensity of the rocker-type pressure springs at the machine head’s top, ensuring even pressure between the two rocker-type pressure springs to avoid tilting of the raw material between the side rollers. Note: Inconsistent pressure strength between the two rocker arm pressure springs may cause the raw material feed to become skewed. Excessively high pressure could lead to raw material deformation and roller clamping material slippage, resulting in inaccurate feeding.
2.2.Mechanical: Lift the relaxation handle, place the material between the upper and lower rollers, lower the relaxation handle; adjust the pressure spring on the machine head, allowing for a swinging gap between the upper and lower parts, and then secure the handle fixing screw. (The pressure spring’s purpose is to apply pressure to the upper roller, enabling it to hold the material and feed it out. Thus, adjust the pressure to prevent slipping, with thicker materials requiring greater pressure.)
Determining When to Adjust the Press Servo Feeder
The necessity for adjusting the press servo feeder primarily depends on production requirements. Generally, professional operators are well-versed in identifying when adjustments are needed. Our press servo feeders boast high quality and can be tested on-site for various performance aspects, ensuring optimal functionality for your production needs.