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704 0213 203 Maintenance and Safety Manual VMX Machining Centers September 2003 Maintenance and Safety Manual for Hurco VMX Machining Centers Hurco Manufacturing Company reserves the right to incorporate any modifications or improvements in machines and machine specifications which it considers necessary and does not assume any obligation to make any said changes in machines or equipment previously sold Hurco products and services are subject to Hurco s then current prices terms and conditions which are subject to change without notice The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Hurco Companies Inc Hurco The software described in this document is furnished under the License Agreement to customers It is against the law to copy the software on any medium except as specifically allowed in the license agreement The purchaser may make copies of the software for backup purposes No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical including photocopying for any purpose without the express written permission of Hurco 2001 2002 Hurco Companies Inc All rights reserved Patents U S Patents B14 477 754 5 453 933 Canadian Patent 1 102 434 Japanese Patents 1 649 006 and 1 375 124 other Patents pending Hurco and Ultimax are Registered Trademarks of Hurco Companies Inc UltiPocket and AutoSave are trademarks of Hurco Companies Inc AutoCAD Autodesk and DXF are registered trademarks of Autodesk Inc Fanuc is a registered trademark of Fanuc LTD IBM and PC AT are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation MS DOS and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed as trademarks Hurco has listed here all trademarks of which it is aware For more information about Hurco products and services contact Hurco Companies One Technology P O Box Indianapolis IN Tel 317 293 5309 317 298 2635 Fax 317 328 2812 service For Hurco subsidiary contact information go to Hurco s website www hurco com Inc Way 68180 46268 0180 products service VMX Maintenance Checklist Daily Every 8 10 Hours Page Perform daily operational checks Clean machine Check floppy drive and diskettes Check all lubricant levels Check the FRL Unit air pressure Check clean coolant levels and filters Clean chip screens Check clean tool lock pins 3 1 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 12 3 16 3 18 3 25 Weekly Every 40 50 Hours Clean heat exchanger filter screen Check the filler screen Refill the autolube reservoir Check auto moisture drain on FRL unit Clean oil chiller filter 3 2 3 7 3 7 3 13 3 14 Monthly Every 150 200 Hours Clean and lubricate spindle taper Inspect external conduit cabling and wiring for signs of wear or damage Check condition of tool holders Check limit switch and dog fasteners for tightness 3 1 3 3 3 27 3 27 Every 3 Months Every 500 Hours Clean replace FRL filter element Drain moisture from the air lines Clean replace coolant filters and change coolant Clean chip conveyor tank Lubricate the VMX 64 ATC Cam unit Check ground impedance resistance to true earth 3 12 3 13 3 17 3 18 3 24 3 27 Every 6 Months Every 1000 Hours Grease the VMX 64 outriggers Grease the rotary union bearing assembly Grease the VMX 64 ATC magazine chain Check machine s level 3 19 3 20 3 25 3 27 Annually Every 2000 Hours Replace autolube reservoir suction filter Replace 40 Taper 24 station magazine ATC oil Replace 40 Taper 40 station and 50 Taper 24 station ATC hydraulic oil Grease the VMX 50 50S and 50 50T linear rails 3 8 3 9 3 10 3 18 704 0213 203 September 2003 VMX Maintenance and Safety Using This Manual Standard Text Icons This manual may contain the following icons Caution The machine may be damaged or a part ruined if the described procedure is not followed Hints and Tricks Useful suggestions that show creative uses of the Ultimax features Important Ensures proper operation of the machine and control HURCO Troubleshooting Steps that can be taken to solve potential problems Warning The operator may be injured and the machining center severely damaged if the described procedure is not followed Where can we go from here Lists several possible options the operator can take VMX Maintenance and Safety September 2003 i Using This Manual ii 704 0213 203 VMX Maintenance and Safety Table of Contents Machine Components Overview 1 1 Machine Model Names 1 1 Frame 1 2 Table 1 2 Head 1 2 Guideways 1 3 Switches and Sensors 1 3 Enclosure 1 4 Spindle and Drive System 1 5 Spindle 1 5 AC Spindle Drive Unit 1 7 Electronic Spindle Orientation 1 7 Proximity Sensor Spindle Orientation 1 7 Spindle Motor 1 7 Tool Retention Knobs 1 8 Axes Motion System 1 9 Servo Motors 1 10 Ballscrews and Bearings 1 10 Feedback Systems 1 10 Automatic Tool Changer 1 11 40 Taper Tool Changer 1 11 ATC with 40 Station Tool Magazine 1 11 ATC with 24 Station Tool Magazine 1 12 50 Taper Tool Changer 1 13 Machine Electrical Cabinet 1 14 Safety Procedures for Electrical Service 1 14 Handling Printed Circuit Boards 1 15 Electrical Cabinet Components 1 16 Electrical Cabinet Operating Temperature 1 16 Electrical Cabinet Layout 1 16 Power Supply 1 16 CNC Electronics 1 17 Ultimax ISA Control Card Rack 1 17 I O Interface Board 1 18 VMX Maintenance and Safety September 2003 iii Table of Contents Machine Electrical Cabinet Components continued Communication Ports 1 19 RS 232 C Serial Ports 1 20 Indexer Port 1 22 Network Ports 1 22 Operator Control Console 1 23 Flat Panel Node PCB 1 26 Coolant System 1 27 Pneumatic System 1 27 iv 704 0213 203 VMX Maintenance and Safety Table of Contents Machine Standards Directives 2 1 Harmonized Standards 2 1 Safety 2 1 EMC Electromagnetic Compatibility 2 1 Other Standards 2 1 Safe Installation of Guarding System and Machine 2 2 Guarding System 2 2 Machine 2 3 Foundation Conditions 2 3 Electrical Service Requirements 2 3 Connecting Electrical Service 2 3 Recommended Isolation Transformer Configuration 2 4 Grounding Equipment 2 5 Compressed Air Requirements 2 6 Specification 2 6 Connecting Compressed Air 2 6 Anti Vibration Mountings 2 6 Initial Test and Examination 2 7 Safety Circuits 2 8 Guidelines 2 8 CE Safety Circuits Commissioning Checklist 2 9 Mode Manual Setup 2 9 Mode Automatic Preparation 2 10 Mode Automatic Production 2 11 Safe Operation 2 12 Training for Operators 2 12 Setup 2 13 Operation and Maintenance 2 14 Safe Working


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