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    XYZCOMPACT TURNCNC TURNING CENTERGENERAL MANUALISO 9001

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    1XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALThe following documentations are provided by us.(1) Introduction manual(2) Parts list(3) Electrical document(4) Other document provided by OEM partnersWARNING !!!Please read these documentations thoroughly before using the machine. Anadequate training by the manufacturer or...

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    2XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALMACHINE SPECIFICATIONSVDI - TURRETMAX. Swing400 mmMax. turned dimmer200 mmSTROKE LIMITPoower check diameter6” / 8”X Axis115 mmTRAVELZ Axis290mmSpindle noseA2-5 / A2-6Bearing diameter100 mmSpindle speed5000 / 4500 rpmSpindle bore61SPINDLEBar capacity52Cutting feed rate( ...

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    3XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALSTANDARD ACCESSORIES◎ ADJUST LEVELING◎ AUTOMATIC LUBRICATION SYSTEM◎ COOLANT SYSTEM◎ FULL MACHINE GUARD◎ HIGH INTENSITY MACHINE LIGHT◎ MANUAL◎ SPINDLE CENTER◎ TAILSTOCK CENTER◎ TOOL BOX◎ X AXIS AC SERVO MOTOR◎ X AXIS PRECISION BALLSCREW◎ Z AXIS AC SE...

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    4XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALDIMENSION (STANDARD )

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    5XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL

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    6XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALINTRODUCTIONThis lathe is made up of bed base, headstock, saddle, cross slide, operation panel,hydraulic, lubrication system, chip collecting equipment, safety guards, CNC controllers,etc.This lathe is designed to machine those workpieces that do not generate power chip,cor...

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    7XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCONTENTSCHAPTER 1 HEALTH AND SAFETY1.1 OPERATOR SAFETY ………………………………………………………….....…121.2 HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK .………………………………………………..121.3 NOISE LEVEL ………………………………...

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    8XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 3 INSTALLATION3.1 PREPARATION ..………………………………………………………………….…..323.2 INSTALLATION LOCATION .…………………………………………………….…..343.3 FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION PLAN …………………...

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    9XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL4.13 FINISH …. .……………………………………………………………………………554.14 INSPECTION AFTER FINISH …….………………………………………….……..564.15 TURNED SURFACE FINISHES ……………………………………...

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    10XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 7 MACHINE MAINTENANCE7.1 PREPARATION BEFORE THE MAINTENANCE ……………………..………….777.2 LUBUICATION SYSTEM …………………………………………………………...777.3 LUBUICATION ………….…………………………………...

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    11XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 1HEALTH AND SAFETYPLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFOREOPERATION OF THE LATHE

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    12XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL1.1 OPERATOR SAFETYThis lathe is fast, powerful machines that can be dangerous if used under impropercircumstances.Read the following Health and Safety Guidance Notes and observe before and duringthe use of the lathe.Please read the following health and safety guidance not...

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    13XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL1.3 NOISE LEVELThe noise level of this machine is within 85dB(A). In real life, the noise level can behigher than 85dB(A) because actual working conditions might be different.The conditions of measurement are with the spindle running at top speed, with astandard chuck fitt...

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    14XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL1.5 VARIABLE SPEED DRIVENote that these machines are designed to allow fast and easy change of the spindlespeed. Take care to ensure that the workpiece is secure and the maximum safe speed forany operation are not exceeded.1.6 POTENTIAL DANGER AREASKeep away from those are...

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    15XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL1.8 OPERATING SAFETY PRECAUTIONS1.Never use the machine without adequate lighting or if the machine light is broken.2.The floor could become slippery because of the spilt water or oil and cause accident.Ensure the floor is clean, dry and orderly.3.Keep the machine and work...

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    16XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL1.9 GENERAL PRINCIPLES CONCERNING OPERATORSAFETY FOR ALL TURNING MACHINES1.Do not allow turning or hand tools to be caught in the chuck or other holding device.2.Always support the workpiece as necessary- using chucks, steadies and centers.3.Correctly locate tool in socket...

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    17XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL18. Beware of material flying from the lathes.19. Do not wear rings, watches, ties or loose sleeved clothing.20. Always use the recommended or equivalent hydraulic oil, lubricant oil and grease.21. The working table adjacent to the machine should be secured to prevent the ...

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    18XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL35. Beware of large burrs on workpieces.36. Always select the correct tool for the job.37. Do not run the lathe unattended.38. Do not use tools without handles.39. Always support the workpiece as necessary-using vice.40. Do not rush work.41. Never substitute the wrong size...

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    19XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL54. Be sure spindle is not running when using gauges on the lathe.55. Always wear protection before operating the lathe.(a) Never remove protection for even a short time when operating the lathe.(b) Wear protective devices correctly.(c) Know the correct way to wear protect...

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    20XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL72. Never take cuts beyond the lathe’s capability.73. Never use excessive forces in polishing, filing.74. Always use the proper hand tool to remove swarf.(a) Never hurry to remove swarf.(b) Beware of swarf wrapped around the spindle or workpiece.75. Beware of tools/lathe...

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    21XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL1.10 SAFE OPERATION OF LATHE CHUCKSWhere details of operating speeds and of maximum recommended operating speedsare supplied these are intended only as a guide. Such details must be regarded as forgeneral guidance only for the following reasons:1.They apply only to chucks ...

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    22XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL1.11 SIGNS

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    23XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 2SHIPPING AND HANDLINGPLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE SHIPPING ANDHANDLING OF THIS LATHE

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    24XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL2.1 SHIPPING AND HANDLINGThis lathe is composed of bed base, headstock, saddle, cross slide, operation panel,hydraulic, lubrication system, chip collecting equipment, safety guards, CNC controllers,etc. Those components are connected with electrical cables and or pneumatic...

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    25XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL2.1.3 NOTICES1.Check if there is any people or blockage around the working area before starting to liftthe package. Blockage should be removed and people be told to leave beforeproceed.2.Do not stop the lifting motions suddenly during the process. Prevent moment oflathe to...

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    26XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL2.2 LIFTING WITH THE MACHINE PACKED2.2.1 SAFETY RULES FOR MACHINE LIFTINGThe following safety rules must be absolutely followed when lifting and/or moving thelathe:1.Use a forklift of sufficient capacity to raise or move the lathe.2.Pay special attention to lathe balance w...

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    27XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL2.2.2 USING FORK-LIFTING TRUCKThe lathe should be lifted and moved by a forklift. Attention should be paid to themachine balance during lifting and moving. This lathe should be lifted under the following:1.The loading capacity of the lifting equipment should be 4 tons at l...

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    28XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL2.2.3 SING CRANE OR OTHER LIFTING EQUIPMENT1.The loading capacity of the lifting equipment should be 5 tons at least. The loadingcapacity below 5 tons is prohibited.2.This machine is 1698mm in length, 1241mm in width and 1715mm in height. Ensurenobody is in the way and the...

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    29XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL2.3 TRANSPORTATION AND UNPACKING2.3.1 TRANSPORTATION1. Ensure to fasten all the loose parts and firmly during transportation.2. Ensure to fix the lathe firmly inside the crate to prevent the lathe move fromfalling.3. Ensure to enclose the lathe with a waterproof cover to k...

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    30XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL2.4 STORAGE2.4.1 STORAGE WITH THE MACHINE PACKED1. Ensure to put anti-moisture substance inside the crate.2. Do not place the whole packing directly under the sunlight or near any other heatsource.3. Keep away from any corrosive substance or any equipment causing abnormalv...

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    31XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 3INSTALLATIONPLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFOREINSTALLATION THIS LATHE

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    32XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.1 PREPARATIONTo upgrade the operation efficiency and accuracy of this CNC lathe, a properfoundation is required. Ensure the site space and the path width is large enough to installand transport the whole lathe at least 30 working days before the arrival of this lathe. If...

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    33XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.1.1 SPACE REQUIREMENTA distance of at least 500mm is required from machine to wall end objects or betweenmachines to ensure easy repair, cleaning and maintenance of machine. Recommendedsite space for the lathe with standard equipment:

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    34XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.2 INSTALLATION LOCATIONTo upgrade the operation efficiency and accuracy of this CNC lathe, a properfoundation is required.It is recommended that this CNC lathe should be located in a plant with ambienttemperature of around 20C and without the influence of dampness, ch...

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    35XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.3 FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION PLANThis lathe should be placed upon a solid foundation to maintain the lathe accuracy fora long run. Dig the planning site to about 100cm underground. Pave the bottom with alayer of pebble of 20cm thick, then fill the site with concrete. The fo...

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    36XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.3.3 FOUNDATION CONSTRUCTION

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    37XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.4 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATIONThis lathe should be installed under the right electrical environments.WARNING!!!Before connecting the power wires, make sure the voltage is the same for boththe machine and the plant power.3.4.1 POWER SUPPLY REQUIREMENT1.Voltage: the v...

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    38XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.4.2 POWER WIRINGFollow the instructions below to wire power.1.Ensure the electrical cables have the same or better power rating as prescribed in theelectrical document.2.Only qualified engineers are allowed to connect the power cable of this lathe.3.Do not connect any po...

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    39XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.4.3 GROUNDINGConnect the connector marked with “PE” inside the electric cabinet to the externalgrounding conductor. If it is no “PE” wiring on the external power supply system, pleaseprepare one ground wire and set a grounding copper rod under the ground, then co...

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    40XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.4.4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

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    41XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.4.5 SPECIFICATION OF ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT1. CONTROL : FANUCKVA :(11 KW + 1.3KWx0.6 + 1.8KWx0.7+ 2.5KW) / 0.746 = 20.831 KVA = 20831 VA220V:[(20831 VA / 220V)/1.732]x1.2 = 66 A380V:[(20831 VA / 380V)/1.732]x1.2 = 38 A415V:[(20831 VA / 415V)/1.732]x1.2 = 35 ATota...

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    42XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.5 LEVELING THE MACHINE3.5.1 ADJUST THE MACHINEIf the CNC lathe is not installed properly, its bed may become twisted. Even a slightamount of twist will move centers out of alignment, and result in inaccurate work. Adjustthe machine leveling under the following procedures...

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    43XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.6 INSPECTION3.6.1 BEFORE POWER START-UP1.Ensure the power supply specification is correct.2.Ensure electric cables and connectors are appropriated based on the local safetyregulations.3.Ensure connections between the lathe and grounding terminals are correct.4.Ensure the...

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    44XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL3.6.2 AFTER POWER START-UPMake sure the power source wires are connected to the right connection points.Follow the instructions below to check the power wiring.1.Ensure functions of the power supply switches are normal.2.Ensure the hydraulic pump and cutting coolant pump w...

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    45XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 4OPERATIONAL PROCEDUREPLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORESTARTING TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE

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    46XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL4.1 MACHINEThis machine could be operated under manual or automatic mode. The informationabout how to operate this machine is given below. Please read carefully before starting tooperate this machine.4.2 SAFETY EQUIPMENT1.Full-enclosed splash guard.2.Over-traveling limit s...

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    47XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL4.3.2 WARNINGS1.Ensure you know how to use this machine before starting it.2.Always wear the correct protection outfit, such as safety goggles, oil-proof safetyshoes, safety uniform, etc. before starting the machine.3.Ensure all the doors and shields of the machine, the op...

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    48XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL4.4 START AND STOP THE MACHINE4.4.1 START PROCEDURE1.Connect the power supply.2.Turn on the main power supply switch.WARNING !!!Ensure the load capacity is correct before turning on the power supply.4.4.2 EMERGENCY STOP PROCEDUREIf any emergency conditions are happened, pu...

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    59XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL5.1 HEADSTOCK SYSTEM5.1.1 SPINDLE DRIVE MECHANISMSpindle drive is from the main motor using an AC inverter variable speed drive andthrough a manually operated speed range selector lever. The spindle speed is firstselected by means of the selector lever onto one of three po...

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    60XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL5.1.2 SPINDLE POSITIONING MECHANISMThe sensor tracks the spindle rotation motion and feeds the positioning signal to thespindle drive motor’s controller to control the spindle position precisely.

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    61XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL5.2 FEED-MOTION TRANSMISSION MECHANISM5.2.1 X AXIS TRANSMISSION MECHANISM1.The working table is seated on guide rails of the saddle and driven by the AC servomotor via the connection of a coupling and a ballscrew.2.The AC servo motor is connected to the ballscrew through a...

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    62XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL5.2.2 Z AXIS TRANSMISSION MECHANISM1.The sadle is seated on guide rails of the bed and driven by the AC servo motor via theconnection of a coupling and a ballscrew.2.The AC servo motor is connected to the ballscrew through a belt.3.The encoder equipped with the AC servo mo...

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    63XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL5.3 TURRET MECHANISM5.3.1 AUTOMATIC TURRET1.The tool magazine is driven by an AC servo motor or hydraulic motor.The toolselection is accomplished by using the hydraulic system and proximity switch.2.As the tool exchange command is issued, the swivel disk will be rotated to...

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    64XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL5.4 TAILSTOCK1.The tailstock can be moved along the bed ways and clamped in position by clampinghydraulic.2.To facilitate tailstock movement, the tailstock is equipped with a pushing level (A) foroperator to move tailstock effortlessly. Move level (A) to connect to Z axis ...

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    65XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL5.5 THE FULL-ENCLOSEDA full-enclosed sheet metal enclosure is designed to isolate the running machine andthe cutting coolant and flying chips it generates from the operator. Chips are conveyed tothe chip-collecting bucket through the chip conveying tunnel. The circulating ...

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    66XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 6ADJUSTMENTPLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ADJUSTMENTTHIS MACHINE

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    67XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.1 MECHANICAL ADJUSTMENTEnsure to turn off the main power supply and put warning signs on visible spots beforeinspecting the belt tension. Do not touch or reach over the pulleys and the belts if thepower is still on. Otherwise might result in squeeze to wounded and disabl...

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    68XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.2 TRANSMISSION’S BELT TENSIONAfter the machine has been operated for a long period, the spindle drive-timing beltmay gradually become loose. Check the main drive belt tension frequently.6.2.1 SPINDLE TRANSMISSION’S BELT TENSIONFollow steps below to adjust the belt te...

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    69XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.2.2 SPINDLE POSITIONING BELT TENSIONFollow steps below to adjust the belt tension:1.Make sure the power source has been disconnected before adjusting the timing belttension.2.Loosen the 4 fastening screws (1).3.Adjust the belt tension properly by tightening the belt.4.Ti...

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    70XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.3 GIB ADJUSTMENTBecause of long-term friction between the bed and carriage, wear may occur. Propergib adjustment is necessary after the machine has been operated for a long time.6.3.1 ADJUST SADDLE GIB ( Z AND X AXIS )Make gib adjustment as per the following procedures:1...

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    71XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.3.2 GIB ADJUSTMENT

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    72XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.4 TAILSTOCK ADJUSTMENT6.4.1 TAILSTOCK CHECKUsing a 300mm (12”) long ground steel bar mounted between center, check thealignment by traversing a dial test indicator along the centerline of the bar. To correct anyerror first release the tailstock clamp levers, slacken th...

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    73XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.4.2 TAILSTOCK SET-OVERThe tailstock can be set over for the production of shallow tapers or for re-alignment.Set over adjustment as per the following procedures:1.Unclamp tailstock.2.Loosen rear location screw (1) one turn.3.Adjust screw (2) at each side of base by loose...

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    74XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.5 HEADSTOCK ADJUSTMENT6.5.1 HEADSTOCK ALIGNMENT CHECKSTake a light over a 150mm (6”) length of 50mm(2”) diameter steel bar held in a chuck(but not supported at free end). Micrometer readings at each end of the turned bar A and Bshould be within 0.02 mm(0.0008”).

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    75XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL6.5.2 HEADSTOCK ALIGNMENT CHECKSAlign headstock as per the following procedures:1.Loosen 4 fastening headstock screw (3) and fastening screw (1).2.Adjust screw (2) at each side of base by loosening one and tightening the other tolaterally move the headstock within toleranc...

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    76XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 7MACHINE MAINTENANCEPLEASE READ CAREFULLY BEFORE MAINTENANCETHIS MACHINE

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    77XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL7.1 PREPARATION BEFORE THE MAINTENANCE1.Fully Understand all the safety instructions illustrated in the manual.2.Always maintain the machine under the foreman’s instruction.3.Prepare all the necessary spare parts, such as washer, O ring, seal, etc., in advance.4.Fully un...

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    78XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL7.3 LUBRICATION7.3.1 LUBRICATION FOR THE X AND Z AXIS BEARINGSGrease is used to lubricate bearings of X-axis and Z-axis. The recommended grease( Nbu 15) could be used in high working temperature conditions. It has a good abrasiveproperty and do not be changed.7.3.2 LUBRICA...

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    79XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL7.3.4 THE OIL GUIDE TABLELubricant PositionSlideway andBallscrewCutting CoolantPressure CylinderLubricantCharacteristic◎ Viscosity ISO VG68◎ Anti-wear,Anti-pressure◎ Good Heatconduction◎ Good lubricantperformance◎ Viscosity ISO VG32◎ Anti-rust,anti-oxidation◎...

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    80XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL7.4 THE MACHINE MAINTENANCEEnsure to turn off the main power switch, the power switch of the machine panel andmain power circuit breaker and put “Under maintenance, Do not touch any powerswitch” warning signs on visible spots before starting the maintenance work.7.4.1 ...

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    81XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL7.5 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCETo keep the machine in good service conditions, please follow the procedures belowto maintain the machine.7.5.1 DAILY MAINTENANCE1.Check to see if the oil quantity in the automatic lubricator is sufficient.2.Check to see if the cutting fluid quant...

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    82XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL7.5.2 WEEKLY MAINTENANCE1.Ensure all the pumps work well.2.Ensure the automatic station disc turret could be operated smoothly.7.5.3 MONTHLY MAINTENANCE1.Check gibs on the bed and cross slide. If necessary, adjust gibs according to theinstructions in “GIB ADJUSTMENT” ....

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    83XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL7.5.5 YEARLY MAINTENANCE1.Ensure the push buttons and switches on the control panels work properly.2.Remove all the carbon deposited on the electrical relay points, then clean all theelectrical relay points with alcohol liquid.4.Clean up the cutting oil tank, then fill up ...

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    84XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUALCHAPTER 8APPENDIX

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    85XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL8.1 TROUBLE SHOOTINGPROBLEMPROBABLE CAUSESCORRECTIONMACHINE STARTFAILURE1. Fuse in control circuitburnt out2. Incorrect powersource3. Overload thermalrelay tripped1. Replace2. Correct it3. ResetINSUFFICIENTPOWER OR MOTOROVERHEATING1. Less phase running2. Overload cutting3....

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    86XYZCOMPACT TURN MANUAL8.2 ISO METRIC THREAD DATAO. Dia.CoreDia.PitchDepthFlatEffectiveTappingClear3.02.38660.50.30670.06252.6752.53.14.03.14120.70.42940.08753.5453.34.15.04.01840.80.49080.14.484.25.16.04.77321.00.61340.1255.355.06.18.06.46641.250.76680.156257.1886.88.210.08.15961.50.92020.18759...

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