CNC lathe is a high-precision, rate automatic machine tool that has a good economic effect in the mass production of complex parts. During the operation, the operator must pay attention to the conditions of use of the CNC lathe. Now let's take a look at what conditions are met when the CNC lathe is in use.
1. Impact on the environment: The precision CNC lathe should be kept away from the vibration source to avoid the influence of direct light and heat amplitude, and avoid the influence of moisture and airflow.
2. Requirements for power supply: CNC lathe is installed in the machine shop. Not only the ambient temperature changes greatly, the use conditions are poor, but also various electromechanical equipments, resulting in large fluctuations in the power grid. Therefore, the position of the CNC lathe requires a strict control of the power supply voltage. The voltage fluctuation must be within the allowable range and remain relatively stable, otherwise it will affect the normal operation of the CNC system.
3. Temperature requirements: The ambient temperature of a precision CNC lathe is less than 30 degrees Celsius and the relative temperature is less than 80%. Generally, the numerical control electric control box is internally provided with an exhaust fan or a cooling fan to keep the electronic components, especially the central processing unit, with a constant operating temperature or a small temperature difference. Excessive temperature and humidity will result in reduced life of the control system components and lead to increased failure.
In addition, the operator should also follow the instructions when using the CNC lathe, and it is not allowed to arbitrarily change the parameters set by the manufacturer in the control system. The setting of these parameters is directly related to the dynamic characteristics of the various parts of the machine. Only the value of the gap compensation parameter can be adjusted according to the actual situation.