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    TechnoInc. SINCE 1986Machine MaintenanceHTM0321006Techno, Inc.2101 Jericho TurnpikeNew Hyde Park, NY 11040Tel: (516) 328-3970Fax: (516) 358-2576http://www.techno-isel.comJune 2010

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    iTerms and Conditions for Limited Warranty and RepairsWarranty All Techno mechanical components are warranted against manufacturer’s defects in material andworkmanship for a period of one (1) year from the time of shipment from Techno facilities. All Technoelectrical components are similarly wa...

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    iiTable of ContentsConventions Used in this Manual ........................................................................... 3About the Maintenance Manual ............................................................................. 31. Working With Extrusion Work Surfaces ........................

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    3Conventions Used in this ManualThe following conventions are used throughout this manual:Bold type is used to highlight important information within the text.Indicates a note containing important information related to the text.Indicates a caution or warning message that there is a possibility o...

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    4For Additional Documentation see accompanying CD or visit our Web site:http://support.technocnc.com1. Working With Extrusion Work SurfacesEXTRUSION WORK SURFACES COULD BE DAMAGED BY INAPPROPRIATE USE OFHARDWARE OR UNSUITABLE CLAMPING METHODS.1.1 Using FastenersTechno offers a broad range of comp...

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    51.2 Preparing Spoil Board SurfacesThe surface of the Techno gantry table consists of aluminum extrusions that areproduced as flat as possible. The Techno gantry machines have machinedsurfaces, making them flat to within .010"/ft. Ultimately, the flatness of themachining surface depends addi...

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    62. LubricationThe drive components on all Techno machines are shipped from our factory withgreased ball screws and a protective oil coating on the rails. The grease is compatiblewith DIN 51825, and the oil is compatible with DIN 51517T3. (The DIN standards aregenerally accepted for various indus...

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    2.3 Recommended LubricantsThe type of lubricant you should use on your machine depends upon the screw pitchand the speeds at which you usually run the machine. The table below is provided as aguide.Screw PitchLinear Speed at 1500 rpm2mm120 in./min.4mm240 in./min.5mm300 in./mmWe recommend grease ...

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    8Y-Axis – THK ProductsGrease: Lithium-based grease (JIS NO. 2) or Urea-based Grease (JIS No. 2),such as AFB Grease (THK), Alvania Grease No. 2 (Shell), Daphne EponexGrease No. 2 (Idemitsu Kosan) or equivalent.Oil: Sliding surface oil or turbine oil (ISOVG32-68), such as Super Multi 32 to68 (Ide...

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    2.3.2 General Lubrication Specifications for CPMMachines, DaVinci, Gantry III, Standard-Duty,Heavy-Duty 2, Narrow Profile 2, Blueline 1,Blueline 3, ZF1 and ZF3 Machines.Grease: Alvania-1, -2, -3 (Shell) for light-, medium- and heavy-duty applications,respectively. ISO VG 100 Specifications.Oil: R...

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    10 2) Remove Z-axis mounting Carriage plate (4 screws).2.4 Cleaning and Lubricating The Gantry Axis on Series III Machines1) Remove the Z-axis (4 screws).3) Remove the 2 M5 screws used to attach the gantry axis cover plate.4) Slide the cover plate off the two retaining pin...

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    3. Wiring Diagrams3.1 Techno Stepper Motor and Limit Switch Wiring, Amphenol (Circular) Connector11For Additional Documentation see accompanying CD or visit our Web site:http://support.technocnc.comWiring For Series III Slide With Circular Connector (This Includes Gantry III Tables,Bridge Mo...

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    3.2 Techno Stepper Motor and Limit Switch Wiring,DB 9 ConnectorThe diagram below illustrates the positioning of the pin numbers on the connectors. The maleconnector (the connector with the pins) is located on the motor housing and numbered asshown. These numbers are imprinted on the plastic sh...

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    3.4 Wiring of Techno 8-Lead Stepper MotorsWe prewire Techno slide motors in the bipolar parallel mode. This provides the maximumtorque and speed capabilities available with the Techno series of stepper amplifiers. Otheramplifiers might perform better in either the bipolar series or the unipolar m...

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    144. Slides and Machines With Servomotors4.1 Servo Encoder Cable Connector Pinouts(For all Gantries, Slides and Rotary Tables)The following pinouts are for the DB15 male connector.For Standard Servomotor (X or Y axis)Pin #FunctionEncoder Type (Dynapar) 1000ppr1E-Stop LoopWhite (Jumper to Pin 15)2...

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    For Z-Axis MotorPin #FunctionEncoder Type (Dynapar) 1000ppr1E-Stop LoopWhite (Jumper to Pin 15)2BWHT/BLK3ARed/BLK4 IBlue5+5VRed6HOME Switch (see diagram below) Red (From HOME Switch)7No connectionNONE8+24 VBrown9No connectionNONE10BOrange11AGreen12IWhite13Encoder GNDBlack14HOME Switch GND (see di...

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    16Exploded View of the Servomotorgantryscrew shafthole(end-of-travel wiring exits here)motor assemblymounting platecoupling set screw(first)motor standoff(contains end-of-travel wiring)motor mount screws(4)motorencodercoupling set screw(second)hole(to reach coupling set screws)couplingbolts(4)mot...

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    5. TroubleshootingTHESE GUIDELINES ARE MEANT FOR IDENTIFYING AND ISOLATING PROBLEMS ONLY. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD EQUIPMENT BE ADJUSTED OR DISASSEMBLED WITHOUT FIRST CONTACTING A TECHNOREPRESENTATIVE.5.1 One Axis Does Not HomeIf one axis does not properly move to HOME position, but the oth...

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    4. To ensure that the limit switch has been contacted, manually move the slide towards the motor housing until it does not move any further (see diagram below).5. Check resistance between pins 5 and 9 for Stepper Motors, and pins 6 and 14 forServomotors. This should now be an open circuit, a...

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    5.3 Motor Stalls During Travel If the slide stalls during travel, a problem with the motor or ball screw could be indicated. You can check both of these to see which is causing the malfunction.The slide may stall if you are trying to reach a speed beyond the limit of yourmachine. Thi...

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    205.3.2 Checking the Ball ScrewDO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, REMOVE THE BALL SCREW ORBALL NUT. DOING SO WILL RELEASE THE BALL BEARINGS. SINCE THEBALL BEARINGS CANNOT BE REPLACED, YOU WILL HAVE TO PURCHASE ANEW BALL SCREW/BALL NUT.To check the ball screw, follow the instructions below.1. Turn...

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    DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TIGHTEN LOCK NUT. OVERTIGHTENING MAY CAUSEDAMAGE TO THE MACHINE.There is always a set of bearings on the motor side of the ball screw (inside theassembly as well as a bearing on the far side). However, some short length models donot have a bearing on the opposite side, which is...

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    225.5 How to Remove the Motor Assembly from a TechnoSeries III Slide(Gantry III, Bridge Mount, and Standard Duty Slides)If it becomes necessary to remove the motor assembly from a Series III Techno Slide orGantry, utilize the following exploded diagram as a guide.The tools required for disassembl...

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    5.6 Exploded View of the Stepper MotorNOTE¹: Sometimes the Stepper Motor comes with a motor cover. This is NOT shown in the exploded view above.NOTE²: If clearance holes are used for the mounting screws on the two endplates, the screw/rail system is relatively easy to align and will ...

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    EXAMPLE #1Actuator:Rotary Table 5Controller:MP ServoA Rotary Table 5 has a ratio of 100:1.The MP Controller works with our 200Wservomotors. These motors have 4000steps/rev.Millimeters(4000 steps/rev) x (1/360 degrees) x (100/1) = 1111.11steps/degree.ModelLeadGantry FB25mmDaVinci4mmCPM4 or 10mmLC ...

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