Dexter, MI (PRWEB) June 21, 2012
Recently, Protomatic added a Haas 5 Axis CNC milling machine. CNC machine users know the installation process of both new and used machines is a thorough procedure. Validation testing is just as systematic. With this new Haas 5 axis, Protomatic has heard their customers and proudly responded with a brief outline going through the stages of installation through validation, until you are ready to run a new, reliable machine accurately. Protomatic always checks their CNC parts and machines. They want to share the process of setting up a new machine to make sure your parts are precise as well as the entire machine.
Protomatic frequently keeps clients and customers informed of what they are doing, in addition to what sorts of technical advances are happening in the CNC milling industry. This most recent noteworthy newsletter is complied of what to do prior to using your machine. To start, Protomatic explains the installation of a vertical milling center, which means the process of the mill or lathe installation. Readers and clients will be educated on the typical process of going through and checking electrical line voltage, leveling the machine, then checking the swindle sweep. The installation process continues to advise verifying the lube system, compressed air check and machine break-in.
Protomatic gives a more in-depth explanation to installing new parts and machinery on their site. The current newsletter shows a precision machine level. Does yours compare? Leveling is critical to remove gravitational machine deformation. Starting with an electrical line voltage check and finishing with the machine break-in testing, which tests the main spindle and axis controls, the installation process is complete.
Protomatic then moves into the machine validation procedure. This is confirms the machine tool makes parts accurately. As brief as the website’s outline is, it is an accurate portrayal of how to properly examine CNC milling machines and its parts before using. Machine validation is step two to this major process.
Machine validation, found on Protomatic’s website, will test for the combination axis with the ball bar test. Check the environment; make sure that there is a consistent temperature. A major test when validating a machine is the rotary table test that confirms tables move as they are programmed. Rotary tables play a critical role in manufacturing high accuracy parts. If they aren’t properly rotating, that could compromise parts. However, programming or encoder tables can correct all small errors.
On all CNC equipment installations, Protomatic completes the thorough process and validates. Beyond the validation installation, parts are verified through Coordinate Measurement Machine or other verification instruments. No piece of equipment is uninspected. Protomatic has provided these steps on their website. They want customers and CNC milling enthusiasts to be knowledgeable with the most recent revelations of the industry.
Protomatic is a machining company that specializes short-run precision CNC milling and turning facilities. In-house they design, prototype and produce assembly parts and systems that are manufactured for medical, automotive, aerospace, and military industries. They take pride in completing projects efficiently and effectively. For further information on their services, visit their website at http://www.protomatic.com.
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