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    PRO TURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual Document: P/N 24318 Version: 011005

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    Table of Contents 1.0 Safety Specifications 1.1 Safety Publications 1 1.2 Safety Precautions 2 2.0 Installation 2.1 Floor Plan, Layout & Space Requirements 7 2.2 Uncrating 9 2.3 Shortages: Inventory Checklist 9 2.4 Installation, Instructions & Checklist 10 2.5 M...

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    5.1.5 Cable Routing on Machine 68 5.1.6 Electronic Handwheels & Jogstick 68 5.1.7 Cable Routing in Electrics Box 68 5.1.8 Spindle Drive Belt Replacement 68 5.1.9 Spindle Motor Removal 69 5.1.10 Spindle Encoder Replacement 69 5.1.11. X-Axis Ball Screw Removal 69 5.1.12 Instal...

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    1.0 Safety Specifications The safe operation of the PROTURN 1630SX depends on its proper use and the precautions taken by each operator. • Read and study the PROTURN 1630SX CNC Safety, Programming, Operating, and Care Manual. Be certain that every operator understands...

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    1.2 Safety Precautions WARNING! Use only chucks which are rated to the maximum RPM of the lathe. 1. Do not operate this machine before the PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Programming, Operating and Care Manual have been studied and understood. 2. Read and study this P...

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    16. Prevent slippage. Keep the work area dry and clean. Remove the chips, oil, coolant and obstacles of any kind around the machine. 17. Avoid getting pinched in places where the spindle, carriage, cross slide or sliding door create "pinch points" while in mot...

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    2.0 Installation Read and understand this entire installation section before beginning the installation procedure. 2.1 Floor Plan, Layout & Space Requirements Figure 1 1630SX Floor Plan, Layout & Space Requirements 7 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance,...

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    Figure 2 Anchor Bolt Specifications 2.2 Uncrating Carefully remove the wood crate and protective packaging, paying attention not to scratch, damage, or mar any parts of the machine. Remove the cardboard boxes with the PENDANT DISPLAY (handle carefully). The leveling pads and scre...

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    2.4 Installation Instructions & Checklist Installer: Use this checklist to assure a complete set-up of the 1630SX. 1. Shut off power to the machine. 2. Visually inspect the 415V going into the electrical panel. Visually verify the wiring is correct per our wiring diagram. Make sure a ...

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    26. Use accessory key on pendant and make sure the coolant pump turns on. The accessory key should be in the ON position in DRO to test. 27. Cut the test part to check for taper. Measure the test bar and make any machine adjustments. If unacceptable taper is found, re-check the level befor...

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    2.5 Machine Specifications Capacity 1630SX Height of Centers 203.2 mm Distance Between Centers 762 mm Swing Over Bed 406.4 mm Swing Over Saddle Wings 406.4 mm Swing Over Cross Slide 218.4 mm Cross Slide Travel 243.8 mm Tool Section Max. 19 mm Coolant 41.6 liter Oil Pump – Way Lubrication 2 l...

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    2.6 ProtoTRAK SLX Control Hardware • 2 -axis CNC, 2-axis DRO • 400 MHz PC-based processor • 128 MB of RAM • D.C. Servo Motors rated at 280 in-oz continuous torque for X, and 560 in-oz for the Z axis. • Precision ground ballscrews in the carriage and cross-slide to ensure smooth accurate...

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    Figure 3 Lifting 1630SX Do not attempt to lift this machine with a forklift having less than 2722 kg capacity for the 1630. The shipping weight of the machines including electronics is 1247 kg. Do not remove the skid from the machine until it is brought to its final ...

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    2.8 Cleaning 1. Remove rust protective coating from the machine before moving any slideways 2. The coating is best removed with clean, dry rags. Do not use a cleaning solution that may damage the rubber way scrapers, plastic parts, or paint. WARNING! Do not use gasoline or other flammable clea...

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    i00193 Figure 4 Leveling 2.9.1 1630SX Use the four (4) leveling screws, located at both ends of the base, to adjust the level of the machine. For a newly installed machine, check the level once every week. Once the foundation is rigid enough, then check it once per month....

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    Figure 5 Wiring the 1630 Ii is recommends the machine be earth grounded by driving a copper rod into the ground. It is the responsibility of the customer to install this rod. 2.10.1 Phase Converters For those machines that will be run with a phase converter it must be a rotary type rather tha...

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    2.12 Cable Interconnections All cable interconnections are made at the factory except for those connecting to the pendant display. There are a total of 6 cables that need to be connected to the pendant. See Figure 6 for pendant cable connections. With the main 415 volt power to the machine tu...

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    Figure 6 Cable Connections 18 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 7 Figure 7 Pendant Cable Connections Pendant Cable Connections Left Side 19 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual 19 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 8 Pendant, Right Side 2.13 Lubrication System 2.13.1 Headstock Before turning ON the spindle, check to make sure the headstock oil reservoir is full. A site glass is located under the spindle cover. If low, fill the site level with Mobil DTE 24 or equivalent oil through the plug loc...

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    For the 1630, oil will only be visible on the headstock site glass when the spindle is running. If oil is not flowing to the site glass when the spindle is on, stop running the spindle immediately and call for service. Failure to do so may ruin the spindle bearings. 2.13.2 Automatic Way Lubrica...

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    CAUTION! Failure to manually activate the pump at the beginning of each day, or allowing the Auto Lube to run dry may cause severe damage to the 1630 lathe way surfaces and ballscrews. The settings for the lube pump can be viewed by doing the following: press Service Codes, press “A” (softw...

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    3.0 Troubleshooting by Symptom Use this section to begin the process of resolving a service problem. Each problem type is described in a few words and then more fully described in an explanatory paragraph. Following this is a chart that directs in the most logical steps. 3.1 Problems Relating...

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    3.1.2 Turning Diameters Out of Round Parts are not round within .015 mm TIR for 1630SX. This is best measured by using a .002 mm dial indicator and mounting to the inside taper of the spindle. Rotate the spindle and measure the indicator movement. Do the following service code and procedures: ...

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    3.1.4 2Errors are Random or Accumulate in Size over he Par Run . ttPossible Cause Check This Machining Setup See Machine Tool & Setup - 4.1. Looseness in the Drive Train, ball nut loose in yoke, split nut loose, yoke loose See Mechanical Drive Train (X,Z) - 4.2. 3.1.5 Threading Problems Thr...

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    • Code 33 Software Identification. This is needed if you call Customer Service. • Code 100 Axis open loop test. Used to check the maximum feedrate of an axis and if the encoders are counting. Possible Cause Check This The home positions or tools are not set correctly See the Controls Progr...

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    E-Stop is pressed in Check E-Stop. Especially if both axes will not jog E-Stop reset button Press the E-Stop reset button on the side of the pendant. Servo Drive failure Especially, if only one axis will not jog; See Servo Driver Section 4.5. Shorted motor See Motor Section 4.4. Poor cable or wir...

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    Accuracy procedure. Check the torque reading of the Drive Train. Step by step, carefully inspect the Drive Train for any binding or looseness. It may be necessary to disassemble and then reassemble the Drive Train. See Mechanical Drive Train (X, Z) Section 4.2. Axis Motor belt too tight. Loosen b...

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    Do the following Service Codes and procedures: • Code 81 press each key on the pendant. The screen will display a keypad that signifies if a key is working. The pendant will also beep. Possible Cause Check This Voltage drop/spike has occurred Shut down the system and wait 10 seconds to rebo...

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    not check connections of floppy drive inside the computer module. See Computer/Pendant Section 4.3 for more information. Floppy Disk full Put the Floppy Disk into a Personal Computer to see how many bytes remain. 3.3.6 System Will Not Turn On Nothing happens when the switch is turned on. Possib...

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    Incoming 415 VAC is too high, too low or not present Using a Voltmeter, check the incoming 415 VAC to the machine. See Electrical Section 4.6. Poor wiring and cable connections Check for any loose wiring. Flash disk failure Remove and reseat the flash disk. The flash disk is inside of the comp...

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    spindle control module, or cables from spindle control module to dual channel relay (safety relay) is at fault. Possible Cause Check This E-Stop reset button Press the E-Stop reset button on the side of the pendant. Faulty E-Stop switch Check the cable connections from the computer module to t...

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    3.4.2 X and Z-Axis Measurements Are Not Accurate Measurements repeat, but with a dial indicator mounted to the spindle, traversing the length of a gage block or some other measurement standard, the measurement is not accurate. Note: If your part has incorrect dimensions, see Parts Have Incorrect ...

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    • Code 313 Check the line that specifies the product. If the product does not match the machine then the machine ID key will need to be replaced. 3.4.5 X and Z-Axis Electric Handwheels Turn in Wrong Direction The Electric Handwheels turn in the wrong direction. The positive directions for eac...

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    Possible Cause Check This 3-Phase wires backwards Need to switch any 2 of the 3 wires either coming out of the Spindle Drive (T1, T2, and T3) or going into the Spindle Motor (U, V, and W). Caution: Be sure to shut off all power to the machine before attempting to switch any wires. 3.5.4 Excess ...

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    4.0 Diagnostics This section explains the diagnostic procedures used to isolate service problems. 4.1 The Machine Tool & Set-Up 4.1.1 Leveling Leveling is one of the most important aspects of setting up the machine properly. Improper leveling can lead to a variety of machining problems. T...

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    Tooling Using the wrong cutter for an application Poor finish Parts incorrect Cutting too deep Part dimensions incorrect Driving and cutting forces cause deflections, since no material is totally rigid No coolant Poor finish, decrease the life of the cutter The following is a list of common mach...

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    4.2 The Mechanical Drive Train (X,Z) Indications: • Troubleshooting instructions indicate that the drive train is potentially the problem and other, more easily checked, variables have been exhausted. • Roughness, looseness, tightness or jamming movement in the carriage or cross slide. • ...

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    Potential Problem: Check By: Bad ball screw • Visual inspection of the ball nut - if the nylon seal is broken or deformed, if contamination has visibly entered the ball nut or if balls are out of the ball nut, replace the ball screw. • Cranking the ball screw through a significant part of it...

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    Flash disk failure If the flash disk fails, the system will not boot up or operate. It will need to be replaced. All programs and machine configurations will be lost. Make sure to back up your flash drive from time to time. Only the flash disk module will need to be replaced. Floppy disk fai...

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    4.4.2 To Check the Motor Encoders If the motor encoder inside the motor has failed or is not reading the machine will fault out on that axis. Do the following to verify this problem: Run Service Code 100 or 131. This will display on the DRO if the motor encoder is counting. If this axis does...

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    • Isolate the problem to the particular Servo Driver Steps: 1. Turn off and unplug the system. 2. Physically swap the servo module from the axis that is not working to one that is. WARNING! Do not work with the Servo Driver unless the power is disconnected from the machine. There is possibi...

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    • A bad fuse reads Open or Infinity or OL (overload). 4.6.3 Main Electrical Box The electrical box is made up of the following main components: 1. AC drive – used to control the spindle motor. 2. 2 braking resistors – used to brake the spindle motor. To verify the resistors are good, ...

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    Figure 10 Figure 10 Electrical Box Parts 49 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual 49 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Electrical Box Parts List Item P/N DESCRIPTION Qty 1 24039 SHEETMETAL-SLX-DRIVE MODULE 0 2 24042 MODULE-SPINDLE CONTROL 1 3 23050-2 CABINET ASSY-PT4 -SL-CABLE BREAKOUT BOX-AUXILARY FUNCTIONS 1 4 22287-1840SX AC DRIVE PROGRAMMED - 1830SX 1 5 20201 SERVO DRIVER ASSY 1 6 22283-2-3-30 WIREWAY- TYPE G...

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    1. LED labeled E-STOP OUT – this light should be on whenever the E-stop is in the out position. When the E-stop is pressed, this light should go off. 2. LED labeled OFF RELAY – this light should be on whenever the off button on the pendant is pressed. 3. LED labeled TAP MODE – light should...

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    3. LED labeled REV-KEY – this LED should be on whenever the REV key on the pendant is being pressed. 4. LED labeled LI-SEL 4 – is not used and should never be on. 5. LED labeled LI-SEL 3 – this LED should be on whenever a tool position on the Dorian indexer is commanded which would incremen...

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    Figure 11 Spindle Control Module LED’s 53 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    4.6.4 Cable Breakout Box Connections The list below describes what takes place through each connection. Power reaches the cable breakout box through AC IN from the pendant. From there power is distributed through the system. • Umbilical #1 & Umbilical #2 Ports (To Pendant) - The lathes ha...

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    4. One-by-one, take out each connector and then plug them back in. Do the same at the computer/display. 5. Make sure the screws are tightened on each of the connectors. 4.7 Door Interlock Switch The 1630 uses door interlock switches to verify to the control that the doors are closed in variou...

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    4.8.1.4 CODE 142: Save Configuration file to floppy “A” drive This code allows you to save your configuration file to a floppy disk. The configuration file consists of items such as calibration and backlash constants. This code is used when a computer module or hard drive needs to be re...

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    • Machined parts come out bad – especially poor finish. Note: Code 12 routine will set the parameters for the particular machine and its particular situation. If the machine changes its friction characteristic, the Feed Forward Constant should change too, or the system will not servo proper...

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    5. In the conversation line it will say “PRESS GO”. Press Go after you are sure that the machine will not crash in the direction and axis that you have specified. 6. Afterward the screen will display values next to the DRO position axes. Your input Display Data displayed. X + X Motor enco...

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    4.8.2.8 Code 310: Reverse Z Hand Wheel Direction This service code reverses the direction of the Z hand wheel. 4.8.3 Diagnostic Codes The following codes are used primarily when diagnosing a problem with the machine. To get to any of these codes go to Service Codes, press “C” and press...

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    up no keys will work. This code is useful for diagnosing intermittent problems with the control locking up. 4.8.3.7 Code 319: Error Log This code when turned on captures the commands that were sent to the servo system. It includes items such as positioning commands, errors, stop and go comma...

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    created in the tool path to generate the shape you want. This code will not make a difference on mill moves. You may adjust the maximum following error to a value as small as .003 mm. However, the smaller the value, the slower the feedrate around corners. To input a new Following Error use th...

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    5.0 Procedures for Replacements & Maintenance 5.1 Replacements 5.1.1 Motor Replacement 1. Turn off power to the machine. 2. Each motor is mounted by the use of (4) ¼-20 screws. Be careful not to over tighten these bolts and strip the threads. 5.1.2 Servo Driver Replacement WARNING! Do not ...

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    10. Follow the instructions in reverse order when reinstalling the new computer module. 11. Make sure the connectors are fully seated before bolting the unit back in place. Note: if the flash drive is functional, you may want to remove the flash disk and install it in the new flash drive. 64 So...

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    Figure 12 (Figure shown with inner sheet metal removed) Computer Module & LCD/Enclosure Replacement 65 Southwestern Industries, Inc. TRAK TRL 1630SX & 1840SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    5.1.4 System Flash Disk Replacement (See Figure 13) 1. From the control, go to SETUP, SERV CODES, SECTION A, and then code 142 and save your Configuration file (calibration values, etc.) on a floppy disk. There is a disk in the electric’s cabinet for this purpose. Label this disk as “Backup C...

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    Figure 13 (Figure shown with inner sheet metal removed) Figure 13 (Figure shown with inner sheet metal removed) Flash Disk Replacement 67 Southwestern Industries, Inc. TRAK TRL 1630SX & 1840SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual 67 Southwest...

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    5.1.5 Cable Routing on Machine Whenever you replace a cable or reroute a cable it is very important to keep the power cables and logic cables separated from each other. The power cables consist of the (2) 110-volt motor cables and (2) 110-volt power cables for the pendant, and a coolant pump or ...

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    Figure 14 Spindle Drive Belt/Motor Mounting 5.1.9 Spindle Motor Removal (see Figure 14) 1. Unplug or remove all power from the lathe. 2. Remove the motor belt. 3. Mark and remove motor electrical leads. 4. Because of the weight and size of the spindle motor, and the restricted working sp...

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    70 Southwestern Industries, Inc. TRAK TRL 1630SX & 1840SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual Figures Drive Train 15 1630 X Axi

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    1630 X Axis Drive Train Parts List Item Parts No. Description Material Specification Q'ty 1 Hexagon Socket Screw M6x16L 6 2 24698 Wiper - Crosslide (front) Rubber 25-0220 1 3 25-0215 Cross Slide FC25 1 4 Socket Button Head Screw M6x10L 2 5 25-0739 Front Cover Plate SS41 1 6 Socket H...

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    45 Socket Head Cap Screw M8x30L 4 46 Socket Head Cap Screw M6x30L 4 47 23337-72 Wiper - Bedway (Right, Rear) Rubber 24-0337 1 48 Crossed Recessed Head Screw M6x16L 12 49 23337-73 Wiper - Bedway (Left, Rear) Rubber 24-0336 1 50 Hexagon Socket Screw M5x6L 8 57 22446 Bearing - self a...

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    5.1.12 Installing Angular Contact Bearings (See Figure 16) 1. On the inner race of the angular contact bearings, the thin walls face each other. 2. When tightening the clamp nut, first engage a few threads. Then lightly tighten the locking screw slowly, so that when you slowly thread the loc...

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    5.1.13 Z-Axis Ball Screw Removal (see Figure 17) 1. Unplug or remove all power from the lathe. 2. The Z-axis ball screw is attached to the lathe in three places: a. The left end where the Z-axis motor, the pulley, the clamp and the pair of angular contact bearings are mounted. b. Behind the ap...

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    Figure 17 1630 Z Axis Drive Train 75 Southwestern Industries, Inc. TRAK TRL 1630SX & 1840SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    1630 Z Axis Drive Train Parts List Item Parts No. Description Material Specification Q'ty 1 Hexagon Socket Screw M6x16L 6 2 24698 Wiper - Crosslide (front) Rubber 25-0220 1 3 25-0215 Cross Slide FC25 1 4 Socket Button Head Screw M6x10L 2 5 25-0739 Front Cover Plate SS41 1 6 Socket H...

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    45 Socket Head Cap Screw M8x30L 4 46 Socket Head Cap Screw M6x30L 4 47 23337-72 Wiper - Bedway (Right, Rear) Rubber 24-0337 1 48 Crossed Recessed Head Screw M6x16L 12 49 23337-73 Wiper - Bedway (Left, Rear) Rubber 24-0336 1 50 Hexagon Socket Screw M5x6L 8 57 22446 Bearing - self a...

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    5.1.15 Headstock Taper Adjustment The headstock may be adjusted to remove turning taper if the taper is caused by a lack of parallelism of the headstock to the bed ways. Ensure that the level of the bed is correct prior to any headstock adjustments. To adjust the headstock alignment, loosen ...

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    4. Torque too low: With a spanner wrench tighten the adjusting nut. Measure the rolling torque and repeat until 1.1 – 1.7 N-m. of rolling torque is achieved. Tighten the three setscrews to retain the adjustment. 5. Torque too high: With a spanner wrench loosen the adjusting nut two full turns...

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    to hook up the wires in the same terminals after the replacement motor is installed. Failure to do so may run the motor in the wrong direction. The spindle motor fan wires are also found in the junction box. There is 1 hot wire, 1 neutral wire and 1 ground wire. The hot and neutral wires are ...

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    Figure 20 X Axis Gib Adjustment 5.2.1 2 Z-Axis Gib Adjustment (See Figure 21) . 1. Mount a dial indicator on the Z-axis ways and locate on top of the carriage. 2. Lift the carriage up to measure the amount of play. The dial indicator should not move more than 0.025. If it ...

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    Figure 21 Z-Axis Gib 5.2.2 Calibration & Backlash Constants Calibration and backlash constants were set as part of the installation and set-up of your system. They should be re-set when indicated in the Troubleshooting section or after the replacement of the computer mod...

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    7. Move the cross slide towards the motor side of the x-axis until the indicator zeros on the end of the 150mm standard. Input 300mm when control prompts for a standard length. 8. If the calibration was successful the screen will return to the set up screen. 9. Press the “SERV CODE” soft key...

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    Conversation Says You Do a. --- a. Press MODE b. Select Mode b. Press SET UP c. Select c. Press SERV CODES d. Select d. Press “B” e. Select Code 127 e. Press X or Z f. Backlash Value = _ _ _ _ f. What is shown is the current value. Follow the instruction on the s...

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    A drain plug is found on the machine to drain the headstock. Oil can be added to the reservoir by a plug in the top of the headstock cover or by removing the cover and pouring it into the headstock. There is a level site glass located under the spindle cover. The headstock reservoir holds appr...

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    Figure 23 1630SX Lubrication 5.2.3.2 Tailstock Three oilers located on top of the spindle housing lubricate the spindle and screw. The bedways on which the tailstock slides should be cleaned and oiled frequently. i00494 Figure 24 Tailstock Oil86 Southwestern Industries, Inc...

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    5.2.3 3 Miscellaneous Information .For all oilers on the machine, use medium S.A.E. NO. 30 machine oil. Before filling reservoirs or oil cups, always wipe off with a clean rag any accumulation of old oil, grease or dirt that might get into a part being lubricated. Do not mix detergent type aut...

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    6.0 Indexer Options 6.1 Dorian Indexer Option 6.1.1 Field Installation Instructions 1. Turn power on to the machine. 2. Verify air has been hooked up to the machine. The air regulator is mounted to the bottom left of the electrical cabinet. 3. Make sure the on/off switch on the white box on top...

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    6.1.3 Troubleshooting the Indexer The following fault messages will appear on the screen when there is a problem with the indexer. There are also LED's in the black box on top of the chip guard that may be helpful when troubleshooting the indexer. Please refer to that section below. • Fault 8...

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    6.1.5 Indexer Encoder Re-Alignment This procedure is necessary only if the indexer does not return to a true home position after initializing with Service Code 147. If the encoder is misaligned the turret will consistently be off by some angle. In order to perform the operation it may be necess...

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    Figure 25 Indexer Mounting97 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 26 Indexer Cable Routing 98 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Dorian Indexer Spare Parts List Item P/N Title 1 22852 CABLE ASSY-DORIAN POWER INDEXER 2 22556-15 CABLE ASSY-PT4-PARALEL PORT-EB TO PENDANT 3 21615 INDEXER ASSY - MODIFIED DORIAN – 20 mm 4 21604 CABINET ASSY-DORIAN INDEXER INTERFACE 5 21630 INTERFACE BOX – DORIAN - WHITE 6.2 4 Tool Indexer ...

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    6.2.3 Troubleshooting the Indexer The following fault messages will appear on the screen when there is a problem with the indexer. There are also LED's in the black box on top of the chip guard that may be helpful when troubleshooting the indexer. Please refer to that section below. Fault 85 ...

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    The 3 select lines gives us 8 possible incremental moves as follows. A few examples have also been given. +1 tool (select 1 and 2) For example, if you command the indexer to move 1 tool position, like from tool 2 to 3, you will see the select 1 and 2 lights come on briefly. +2 tools (select 2)...

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    You can verify the bit pattern below by getting a voltmeter and seeing if a 5 volt signal is present when a bit reads 1 in the above table. For example, if the indexer is physically on tool 3, bits 1 and 2 should read 5 volts and bits 3 and 4 should read 0 volts. This procedure is best done whe...

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    Figure 27 Figure 27 Motor Driver Adjustments & PLC Inputs and Outputs 103 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual 103 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 28 Indexer Cable Breakout Box Mounting - 1630 104 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 29 4 Tool Indexer Cable Routing105 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK SLX CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    4 Tool Indexer Spare Parts List Item P/N Title 1 23720 CABINET ASSY-4 TOOL INDEXER 2 23719 MOTOR ASSY-4 TOOL INDEXER 3 23718-3/4 INDEXER ASSY-MODIFICATION-4 TOOL INDEXER-20 mm 4 23771-M10 T-HANDLE – 20 mm 4 TOOL INDEXER 5 23872 SQUARE HEAD SCREW M10 – 20 mm 4 TOOL INDEXER 106 PROTURN...

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    7.0 Drawings & Parts Lists Figure 30 Lathe Apron Assembly 109 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Lathe Apron Assembly Parts List Item P/N Title UseAs Qty 1 20082-2 ELECTRONIC HANDWHEEL-X-AXIS TRL EA 1 2 20082-3 ELECTRONIC HANDWHEEL-Z-AXIS TRL EA 1 3 20295 JOGSTICK-ASSY EA 1 4 21046 HOUSING & PANEL ASSY. HANDWHEEL (VER: II) EA 0 5 M4-0.7X16 25B SCREW-SHCS-STL-BO EA 3 6 M6-1.0X12 25B SCRE...

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    Figure 31 1630 Machine Assembly 111 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 32 1630 Machine Assembly 112 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 33 1630 Machine Assembly 113 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    1630 Machine Assembly Parts List 1630 Overall Machine Parts List Item Parts No. Description Material Specification Q’ty 1 25-0707 Electrical Control Box Door SS41 1 2 24-0748 Seat - Switch SS41 1 3 24-0735 Cover - Protection SS41 1 4 25-0706 Electrical Control Box SS41 ...

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    Item Parts No. Description Material Specification Q’ty 41 Ring - Retaining S17 3 42 77A-0614 Shaft S20C 3 43 FVS65 Bearing - Deep Groove Ball #6203ZZ 3 44 25-0713 Guide Way - Upper Door SS41 1 45 77-0627 Spacer S20C 4 46 77-0628 Spacer S20C 2 47...

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    Figure 34 1630 Headstock Assembly 116 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 35 1630 Headstock Assembly 117 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    1630 Headstock Parts List Item Parts No. Description Material Specification Q’ty 1 21234-004 Center SK5 MT#4 1 2 50-01120A Driving Plate - 8” FC25 D1-6 1 3 50-01119 Cam Lock Stud SCM415 D1-6 6 4 Socket Head Cap Screw M6x45L 6 5 24715 ...

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    1630 Headstock Parts List Item Parts No. Description Material Specification Q’ty 41 24712 Gear – Oil Pump UMC1 25-0111 1 42 Socket Head Cap Screw M6x20L 2 43 Washer - Flat M6 2 44 Washer - Spring M6 2 45 24731 Gasket 25-0104 1 46 25-0103 ...

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    Figure 36 1630 Tailstock Assembly 120 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 37 1630 Tailstock Assembly 121 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Figure 38 1630 Tailstock Assembly 122 PROTURN 1630SX ProtoTRAK VL CNC Safety, Installation, Maintenance, Service & Parts List Manual

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    Parts List Item P/N Mfr P/N Title UseAs1 22712-1 24-0501-00 TAILSTOCK BODY EA 2 M10-1.5X60 25B SCREW-SHCS-STL-BO EA 3 M12-1.75X16 25B SCREW-SHCS-STL-BO EA 4 M12-1.75X25 25B SCREW-SHCS-STL-BO EA 5 22712-5 10X40LG STRAIGHT PIN EA 6 M6-1.0X10 40B SCREW-SOC SET-STL-BO-CUP EA 7 M8-1.25X10 40B ...

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