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Height adjustment of lathe feeder
- Nov 23, 2018 -

The adjustment of the lathe feeder after the mold change mainly includes: feeding height, material width and material feeding, feeding step, feeding time, adjustment of the rocker lever, and adjustment of the loose rod device.

1. Adjust the material width and thickness of the feeder to adapt to the new material properties. The material width is limited by adjusting the position of the stopper wheel; the material thickness is achieved by adjusting the material thickness adjustment plate.

Note: The material width should not exceed the maximum range of the material width of the lathe feeder.

2. Adjust the actual feeding height of the feeder to match the height of the lower mold of the new mold. This adjustment can be easily accomplished by adjusting the adjustment bolts under the lathe feeder mounting plate.

Note: The feeding height is the height of the feeding tray of the feeder and the level of the lower mold of the mold when the material is not fed, and the belt is adjusted to the level after the feeding; the actual feeding height of the lathe feeder must be adjusted after the adjustment. The fixing bolts are re-locked.

3. Adjust the feeding time of the lathe feeder to determine the optimal feeding section. Adjust the feed time by rotating the lathe feeder eccentric disk.

4. Adjust the rocker arm of the lathe feeder to adjust the angle of the rocker arm and the tie rod to 90 degrees when the CNC lathe stops at the top dead center position (the principle of the lathe feeder is similar to stone grinding tofu).

5. Adjust the feeding step of the lathe feeder to match the new stamping process requirements. Adjustment method: Unscrew the feeding step adjustment screw on the eccentric disc of the lathe feeder, and then rotate the adjusting screw so that the adjusted feeding step is consistent with the required feeding step of the mold.