Key Steps for Positioning the NC Servo Feeder

When setting up your NC servo feeder, it’s crucial to follow precise guidelines to ensure optimal performance. Let’s delve into the steps for positioning it correctly:

Determining Installation Position

To begin, assess the feeding requirements and identify the ideal installation spot for the NC servo feeder. Typically, it’s situated on the left side of the press for efficient operation.

Fixing the Feeder

  1. Positioning Block Placement: Hang the positioning block of the NC servo feeder fixing plate onto the press’s worktable. Ensure alignment by matching the centerline of the fixing plate with that of the press table.
  2. Securing the Fixing Plate: Tap four M14 threads on the press table and fasten the fixing plate using internal hexagon M14 screws. Tighten securely onto the press table for stability.

Aligning and Securing the Feeder

  1. Adjusting Height: Loosen the nuts and lift the NC servo feeder to align with the fixing plate. Adjust the height as necessary, then turn the screw to the appropriate position.
  2. Fixation: Secure the feeder machine on the side of the press table using hexagon M14 screws and M14 spring washers.

Fine-Tuning for Consistency

During installation, ensure that the feeding height matches the punching height of the NC servo feeder. If inconsistencies arise, follow these steps:

  1. Slide Adjustment: Loosen the two M14 bolts on the slide and adjust as needed to achieve the desired feeding height. Tighten securely once adjusted.

Mold Installation and Alignment

  1. Perpendicular Alignment: When installing the mold, confirm that its side aligns perpendicular to the direction of the NC servo feeder rollers. This ensures smooth operation and prevents material skewing.
  2. Material Support: Install a material guiding device if a gap exists between the material support plate and the lower mold when punching thin materials. Fix the mold perpendicular to the rollers to prevent feeding issues.

Electrical Component Installation

  1. Positioning Control Box: Install the electrical control box and proximity switches according to customer specifications. Ensure proper functionality before proceeding.
  2. Cleaning and Lubrication: Remove any anti-rust oil from the NC servo feeder and apply lubricating oil to the oiling points for smooth operation.

Grounding and Safety Measures

Ensure the NC servo feeder is properly grounded to prevent electric shock incidents and minimize circuit interference. Adhering to safety protocols is paramount for seamless operation and longevity of equipment.

By following these comprehensive steps, you can streamline the installation process of your NC servo feeder, ensuring efficient and consistent performance in your operations.

NC Servo Feeder
NC Servo Feeder