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When Operating Angle Steel Punching Line, You Should Know These Common Problems!

The CNC angle steel punching line can be used for angle steel punching, embossing characters, and cutting processing, and is widely used in the production of angle steel towers in the power transmission and transformation and communication industries. Operators in the workshop may encounter some “small problems” during use. How should these “small problems” be dealt with in a timely manner? Here is a summary of the frequently asked questions by users, hoping to provide some help to the operators.

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The fast-forward host of the feeding trolley does not go?

Whether the low-pressure pump is not turned on or the auxiliary contacts of the AC contactor of the low-pressure pump are in poor contact. The low-pressure pump should be turned on when the trolley or raw material is fast forwarding to the main engine to ensure that all parts in the main engine return to their original positions and prevent the trolley from colliding.

CNC Angle Steel Punching Line

Is the CNC angle steel punching line leaking?

Generally speaking, if the equipment is found to have leaks under normal operation, it should be the upper switch of the master cylinder, the upper switch of the pressing material, and the magnetic switch on the mold position cylinder. During operation, the switch sent out a signal by mistake, which caused a step and a leak.

The A/B axis reference line is wrong?

If after back-parameter, the punching alignment is not accurate, and the punched holes have a fixed deviation, the position of the back-parameter is wrong, and the position of the reference point needs to be adjusted.

CNC Angle Steel Punching Line

The above introduction is only a brief description of general problems and is for reference only. In actual use, after discovering the failure, you should carefully observe the failure phenomenon, then analyze the cause, and check and eliminate one by one.

Post time: Nov-16-2021