What are the requirements for gantry milling machine shipment?

2019-09-10 09:05

What are the requirements for gantry milling machine shipment?

The gantry milling machine, referred to as gantry milling, is a milling machine with a gantry frame and a horizontal long bed. The gantry milling machine can process the surface at the same time with multiple milling cutters. The machining accuracy and production efficiency are relatively high. It is suitable for the plane and inclined surface of large workpieces in batch and mass production. CNC gantry milling machines can also process space surfaces and some special parts.

Gantry milling machine handling equipment requirements:

a. If you want to lift the machine, you need a crane crane or pusher with sufficient strength and a qualified operator.

b. Please prepare two sling hooks (?19mm, length 10m, above 30 tons). This sling is used to lift the machine.

c. This machine can be transported with eyebolts, which is used for lifting cranes.

d. If possible, prepare some rags and wooden blocks to protect the body from injury.

e, three meters base weight = 13 tons, column = 5 tons, three meters beam = 8 tons, Z axis = 3 tons.

f. If there is no more than 30 tons of cranes in the factory, you need to lift the crane yourself.

Precautions for gantry milling machine handling machine (observe the following points to lift the machine):

a. Personnel operating the crane must have a license.

b. The lifting device (crane crane, sling, lifting ring, lifting clamp, etc.) should be strong enough to withstand the weight of the machine.

c. Before lifting the machine, each fixed place should be carefully checked.

d. Check for unnecessary items inside the machine, such as scrap.

e. Lifting work requires teamwork and trying to speak to each other.

f. After the machine is hoisted, the operator should not expose himself to the extent that the machine may fall.

g. Check the machine again. If there is loose parts, it should be tied tightly.

h. Cranes and cranes should have sufficient lifting capacity to reach a stable equilibrium before starting to move.


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