Inbetriebnahmehandbuch PD 400 CNC

Inbetriebnahmehandbuch PD 400 CNC
Commissioning Manual
FF 500 CNC
FF 500 CNC Commissioning Manual
Translation of the Original Operating Instructions
1.
Some generalities in advance… .............................................................................. 4
2.
The technology of your FF 500 CNC at a glance ..................................................... 5
2.1. A short overview of the mechanics: ...................................................................... 5
2.2. A short overview of the electronics: ...................................................................... 6
3.
View of the machine with its elements ..................................................................... 8
4.
CNC control MCS with operating elements.............................................................. 9
5.
Technical data ....................................................................................................... 10
5.1. Milling machine:.................................................................................................. 10
5.2. Drives of the tool axes ........................................................................................ 11
5.3. Software and stepping motor controllers ............................................................ 11
5.4. Further data ........................................................................................................ 12
5.5. Milling cutter dimensions .................................................................................... 12
6.
Scope of delivery ................................................................................................... 12
7.
Basic tips on setting up and installing the machine ................................................ 13
7.1. Unpacking and setting up the machine .............................................................. 13
7.2. Connecting the cabling ....................................................................................... 15
7.3. Additional connection options ............................................................................. 16
8.
Installing the software ............................................................................................ 17
8.1. Minimum hardware requirements ....................................................................... 17
8.2. Installation procedure ......................................................................................... 17
8.3. Starting the software nccad8 .............................................................................. 18
8.4. Selection of the language ................................................................................... 18
8.5. Parameter settings ............................................................................................. 18
8.6. The status display at the CNC control MCS ....................................................... 19
8.7. EMERGENCY stop / lock ................................................................................... 19
9.
The nccad 8-software ............................................................................................ 20
9.1. The integrated training videos ............................................................................ 20
9.2. The integrated manual with the help system ...................................................... 21
9.3. The structure of the "Help topics" window .......................................................... 22
9.4. Search methods ................................................................................................. 22
9.4.1 Contents ......................................................................................................... 22
9.4.2 Index ............................................................................................................... 22
9.4.3 Search ............................................................................................................ 22
9.4.4 Explanation of the icons and the Status bar ................................................... 23
9.5. Online support .................................................................................................... 23
10.
Important note for working in practice .................................................................... 24
10.1.
Simple stopping of the machine and the Emergency-Off switch ..................... 24
10.2.
Safety stop, lock ............................................................................................. 24
10.3.
Direction of rotation switch .............................................................................. 24
10.4.
Room EMERGENCY Off ................................................................................ 24
11.
First steps: The "Basics of milling with nccad8"-chapter ........................................ 25
11.1.
Simple test of the machine ............................................................................. 25
11.2.
Com-Port-Adjustment ..................................................................................... 26
11.3.
The "Update"-Functionality ................................................................................. 26
11.4.
Semi-automatic operation: Traversing the CNC axes with the cursor keys .... 27
12.
Working with the milling cutter ............................................................................... 28
12.1.
General information for working with milling cutter ......................................... 28
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12.2.
Working with the drilling lever ......................................................................... 29
12.3.
Swivelling the milling head by its own transverse axis .................................... 30
12.4.
Mounting the collet chucks ............................................................................. 30
12.5.
Changing the spindle speed ........................................................................... 32
12.6.
Milling ............................................................................................................. 34
12.7.
Feed: .............................................................................................................. 34
13.
Accessories ........................................................................................................... 35
14.
Repair, Cleaning and Maintenance ........................................................................ 36
14.1.
In general ........................................................................................................ 36
14.2.
Replacing the drive belt .................................................................................. 37
14.3.
Adjusting the play of the cross table or Z carriage guides .............................. 38
14.4.
Lubricating the machine .................................................................................. 38
14.5.
Cleaning and care........................................................................................... 40
15.
Disposal ................................................................................................................. 40
16.
Errors and their removal ........................................................................................ 41
17.
Compilation of safety notes: ................................................................................... 43
18.
EC Declaration of Conformity ................................................................................ 45
19.
List of components and exploded views ................................................................ 46
19.1.
General view ................................................................................................... 46
19.1.1
General view exploded drawing and parts list ............................................. 46
19.1.2
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 01:Z axis ........................ 48
19.1.3
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 02 Drive Y axis ............... 50
19.1.4
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 03 Drive X axis ............... 52
19.1.5
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 04: Milling head .............. 54
Ver. 5.0
08.05.2012
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1. Some generalities in advance…
Dear Customer!
The information given in this manual and the knowledge it conveys is indispensable for
the safe commissioning and the safe operation of the machine and the controls!
Before you set up and commission your machine, please read through the manual and
make sure you have understood everything. This is a very complicated device which
poses the danger of injury or can cause damage to property if handled improperly.
Help to prevent this and familiarise yourself thoroughly with the machine and its
associated electronics without rushing matters.
The use of these instructions
-
makes it easier to become acquainted with the device,
prevents malfunctions due to improper handling, and
increases the service life of your device.
Always keep these instructions close to hand.
Only operate this device with exact knowledge of it and comply with these instructions.
PROXXON will not be liable for the safe function of the device for:
-
handling that does not comply with the usual intended use,
other application uses that are not stated in these instructions,
disregard of the safety regulations.
You will not have any warranty claims for:
- operating errors,
- lack of maintenance.
For your safety, please comply with the safety regulations without fail.
Only use original PROXXON spare parts.
All rights reserved for further developments within the meaning of technical progress. We
wish you much success with the device.
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2. The technology of your FF 500 CNC at a glance
Dear User,
With this FF 500 CNC vertical miller, you have acquired a powerful, precise processing
machine that fulfils the highest demands on ease of use, precision and reliability. In the
following, you will find explanations on some of the technical details:
2.1. A short overview of the mechanics:
The FF 500 CNC is a solidly constructed and carefully manufactured upright vertical
milling machine. The equipment compiled in a user-friendly manner and the extraordinary
quality of the design make the milling cutter a reliable partner for an entire series of
activities from the machining sector.
A heavy, rugged machine base ensures excellent stability and accommodates the CNCcontrolled cross table, traversable in two axes (diagonal (X axis) approx. 300 mm, deep
(Y axis) 100 mm) as well as the sturdy and generously dimensioned column made of
high-strength aluminium continuous casting profile. Just like the cross table, it is equipped
with a dovetail guide which supports the carriage to accommodate the milling head.
This carriage is also traversed by electronic control, and the traverse path (Z axis) is
approx. 220 mm. The milling head itself consists of the motor, the gearbox and the
spindle unit. If required, it can also be turned by 90° on each side and conveniently
clamped in any position with the toggle screw. Together with the drilling feed, this makes
slanted drilling possible, for example. The tool is held in one of the four supplied collet
chucks.
In addition, the milling head is equipped with a drill feed, which means that your milling
cutter can also be used for drilling work or for countersinking, for example.
The electrical system and the belt drive for power transmission are housed within the
gearbox. By simply shifting a Poly-V belt it is possible to adapt the spindle speeds to
different milling sizes and material-specific cutting speeds (six selectable speeds from 180
- 2,500/min). The master device switch and the changeover switch for the spindle
direction of rotation are located at the front of the milling head.
The high-precision dovetail guides are adjustable for all axes in order to eliminate
possible play due to wear. You will find a dimensioned sketch of the machine dimensions
and the slot cross-sections (Fig. 1 and 2) on the left and at the end of the text.
A comprehensive range of accessories is available in our assortment.
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2.2. A short overview of the electronics:
The electrical control of the feeds of the three tool axes by computer comprehensively
expands the options of a conventional, i.e. manually controlled processing machine:
The geometrical data of the desired work piece shape is constructed or programmed by
the NCCAD 8 software especially developed for this machine and can then be reproduced
automatically and any number of times on the FF 500 CNC.
How does this work in detail?
For a conventional tool machine, the carriage or the cross table would have to be
"cranked back and forth" manually using the handwheels in order to create the desired
contour from the blank with the miller or cutting chisel.
The feed movements of CNC machines are principally generated by electric motors (socalled stepping motors with high resolution for the best processing accuracy and
reliability) and high-precision recirculating ball screws, which "translate" the rotation of the
motor shaft to a back-and-forth movement of the respective carriage.
However, someone must tell the motors how far they must traverse the tool and/or
carriage at what time and in which direction, so that the desired work piece shape
emerges.
This communication is assumed by the connected computer together with the control.
This control converts the "path information" given by the computer into performance data
for the motors.
The final work piece must be "constructed" in the computer first. Special computer
programs are available for this. After the part was created in the computer, the programs
can even calculate which motor on the machine must turn for how long and how quickly
so that the movement of the work piece holder corresponds exactly to the one that would
have had to been "cranked through" manually.
That is why the computer, the controller and the motors are constantly communicating
with each other: Meticulous adjustment of the components amongst each other is thus
decisive to achieve the optimum performance and offers the basis for trouble-free
operation.
To keep this state, certain knowledge of how the machine and the software are set up is
required on the one hand and the interaction of these components on the other.
That is precisely what this manual should convey at first: Not primarily the instruction into
the many "secrets" of the CNC program, but rather a solid knowledge base on the
commissioning of the machine.
Naturally, it is also necessary to generally occupy oneself with the possibilities of the
program and its structure, simply to be able to use the many possibilities, be more
efficient and to prevent dangerous situations from occurring.
We have integrated an "electronic manual" within the program just for that purpose. It
contains all the necessary information in a clearly structured and comprehensively
illustrated form and goes into exhaustive detail of the possibilities offered by the program.
This is called up by clicking the "Help" menu and then clicking "Help Topics" in the next
window.
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Finally, this manual can be used as a "Help" function to solve quite concrete and current
problems with an application, using the help of a sophisticated navigation window.
This omits the annoying paging back and forth in a voluminous printed work: the answers
to specific problems are found quickly and precisely.
You will find notes on how to use the "Help" function further along in this manual.
Furthermore, we offer specific notes on what you can do to not only use the excellent
features of the machine, but to maintain it for a long time.
If a malfunction occurs despite all these things, the error table at the end of this manual
will provide some help. We will also offer direct assistance in case of particularly stubborn
cases.
The schematic illustration below shows the structure and the "interconnection" of the
individual components. The software that enables us to digitally construct the parts and
generate the "running commands" is installed on the computer at the bottom left.
Naturally, a notebook or laptop are more suitable as a "computing centre". These stay
mobile and it is not necessary to put a normal computer next to the machine in your
hobby basement or workshop.
The computer is connected by RS 232 connection to the control unit (we call it the MCS
multi-controller), and the electrical components of the machine are connected to it in turn.
All of the necessary connecting cables with matching plugs are supplied and only need to
be plugged in.
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3. View of the machine with its elements
Fig. 1: Overall view of the milling cutter
1.
5.
Motor
Covering cap
On/Off switch
Direction of rotation changeover switch
Table
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
6.
Knurled screw for covering cap
19.
7.
Swivel nut for collet chuck
Clamping screw for quill
Adjustable scale for depth adjustment
Adjustable scale for lateral traverse path
Scale for angle adjustment
Drilling lever
Column
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
2.
3.
4.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
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Z carriage/milling head fixture
Handwheel for X direction
Handwheel for Y direction
Handwheel for Z direction
Clamping screw for height
adjustment
Work table (400 mm x 125
mm)
Screw holes for fastening
Base
Support
Adjusting screws for X guide
Adjusting screws for Y guide
Adjusting screws for Z guide
4. CNC control MCS with operating elements
Fig. 2: Front side
Status indicator lights (see chapter 8.5)
Emegency stop (see chapter 8.6)
Fig. 3: Rear
Socket for plug for
dividing device
Connection for
communications
cable to PC
Socket for manual
control box
25-pin plug for controlling
the additional functions
(coolant pump, or similar)
Mains connection for
miller
Connection sockets for
the stepping motor
plugs
Fuse
Mains
connection
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Technical data
5.1. Milling machine:
Voltage:
220 - 240 Volt, 50/60 Hz
Capacity:
400 Watt
6 spindle speeds
shifting the belt:
by 180, 350, 550, 800, 1,300 and 2,500/min
Basic dimensions
see Fig. 2
Quill feed:
30 mm using drilling lever with scale ring (1
graduation line = 1 mm).
Cross table
solid, surface-milled cross table with 3
continuous T-slots for size 8 standard bricks
Slot clearance:
45 mm
Slot cross-section
see Fig. 3
Table size
400 x 125 mm
Tool holder
6, 8, 10 and 12 mm collet chucks (included in
delivery).
Milling head
can be pivoted to the left and right by 90° (with
degree graduation).
Extension (column outside approx. 125 mm
to centre of tool)
Column
of high-strength aluminium continuous casting,
extensively ribbed to achieve optimal strength
Noise generation
≤ 70 dB(A)
Vibrations
≤ 2.5 m/s²
Weight
approx. 50 kg
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5.2. Drives of the tool axes
Spindle drive X axis
(Longitudinal drive, cross table):
Recirculating ball screw with 4 mm pitch, effective
diameter 12 mm. Stepping motor 2.2 A, holding torque
1.27 Nm, traverse path: approx. 290 mm
Spindle drive Y axis
(Transverse drive, lower carriage):
Recirculating ball screw with 4 mm pitch, effective
diameter 12 mm. Stepping motor 2.2 A, holding torque
1.27 Nm, traverse path: approx. 100 mm
Spindle drive Z axis
Recirculating ball screw with 4 mm pitch, effective
(Leading spindle, longitudinal drive, diameter 12 mm. Stepping motor 2.2 A, holding torque
support):
1.27 Nm, traverse path: approx. 220 mm
5.3. Software and stepping motor controllers
Power supply
Input: 230 Volt +-5%
Mains unit: output 35 V (included)
Power consumption
min 150 Watt
Gate
Serial interface
Stepping motor controller
Through CNC control unit (included) current control,
pulse width modulation
Current reduction during standstill, clocking independent
of PC, microstepping
- Connection cable to PC included
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5.4. Further data
Ambient conditions:
5 - 40°C (Class 3K3), max.60% relative humidity
User group
Persons as of 14 years of age
5.5. Milling cutter dimensions
6. Scope of delivery
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Milling cutter with attached stepping motors
CNC control unit MCS
CD with program software (including electronic manual)
Mains cable for CNC control unit MCS
of connecting cables for computer / CNC control unit MCS
of operating tools
of commissioning manual and safety regulations
of collet chucks Ø 6, 8, 10 and 12 mm incl. swivel nut
7. Basic tips on setting up and installing the machine
7.1. Unpacking and setting up the machine
Caution!
Do not insert the mains plug before completing the assembly work as the machine could
be switched on unintentionally. Risk of injuries!
Carefully unpack the individual components from the Styrofoam packaging. Please check
for completeness of the delivery by using the list in the chapter "Scope of Delivery".
Caution! Please assemble the drilling lever (item 12 in the "Overall view of the milling
cutter) to the drilling lever shaft!
Caution!
Your milling machine weighs approximately 50 kg. Please do not attempt to lift the
machine out of the box by yourself or even set it up alone! Ask someone to help you,
otherwise you risk hurting yourself or damaging the machine.
The machine may only be set up and operated in dry and well-ventilated rooms. The
configuration of the components and its cabling is illustrated in the schematic figure in
Chapter 2.
The setup site must be level and sufficiently stable to absorb the vibrations that occur
during work. The machine must be fastened
to a fixed, level underlay using the drill
holes intended for this purpose.
Please make sure the mains cable is
outside the hazard area and cannot be
crimped or otherwise damaged.
For safe and precise work, it is mandatory to
fasten the machine onto a sturdy workbench or
similar working support, see figure at right.
There are two drill holes 2 for two M8
Allen screws on the right and left in the
machine base 1 for this purpose.
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Please note:
At delivery, some of the blank metal parts of the machine are conserved with corrosion
protection. This protection is not intended as lubrication but only as conservation and
must be removed before first use, such as with a lint-free cloth saturated with petroleum.
All guides must be checked, and in rare cases adjusted as necessary. (See chapter
"Maintenance").
The blank guides and spindles must then be oiled with suitable machine oil.
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7.2. Connecting the cabling
How to connect the devices to each other is illustrated in the schematic sketch.
Caution!
Connect the mains cable to the CNC control MCS and to your computer at the very last
and make sure the mains switch at the rear of the CNC control is set to "O", meaning
switched off! Do not in any case switch on any electrical device, be it the computer, the
CNC control, or the machine itself before the connection of the cables is completed!
The
connection
sockets on the CNC
control are all located
at the rear of the
housing:
The connection cable
of the three stepping
motors is inserted in
the provided sockets of
the CNC control. They
are
identified
accordingly as "X", "Y"
and
"Z"
of
the
respective CNC axes.
For your information:
The "implied" X axis is
horizontal
in
the
longitudinal direction of
the cross table, the Y
axis is also horizontal
but at right angles to
that, and the Z axis
describes the vertical
traversing of the milling head at the column.
The mains cable of the milling machine is inserted in the provided socket at the rear of the
CNC control. The spindle motor is switched on and off by the CNC programs.
Please leave the insertion of the mains plug of the computer and the CNC control in the
mains socket outlet for the very last.
The communications cable included in the delivery is used to connect the CNC control to
the control computer. It is inserted in the appropriate socket at the control and connected
to a serial interface at the computer.
These are often called "serial" or "COM" and usually have 9 pins. If the connection at your
computer has 25 pins instead of 9, you will need a corresponding adapter.
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7.3. Additional connection options
Several additional functions can be electronically
actuated upon request, such as a coolant pump, working
light, or similar.
The inside of the control has centre-zero relays whose
connections can be executed through the 25-pin socket
at the rear of the control. Each relay has three pins that
are identified by the letters A, R and G. These letters
stand for:
A:
R:
G:
Make contact
Break contact
Common contact
The circuit design mode of operation is illustrated in the
picture on the right; both Relays 3 and 4 are available.
Ground
+ 24 Volt
Make contact
Common
Brake contact
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8. Installing the software
8.1. Minimum hardware requirements
The NCCAD-software is very comprehensive and powerful, therefore there are certain
minimum requirements towards the utilised control computer:
Simple operation and controller PC:
•
Windows 98/2000/XP
•
RAM: at least 16 MB
•
Free hard disk capacity: at least 60 MB
•
Graphics resolution at least 1024 x 768 pixel
Extended functionality (OpenGL simulation, manual control):
• Graphics resolution at least 1024 x 768 pixel
• Fast graphics card with chipset, at least Gforce4 or similar
8.2. Installation procedure
The software is included
on the enclosed CD. After
being inserted in the drive,
the Explorer will display
the following image:
Double-click the "Installation" directory, then "setup.exe".
This starts the installation procedure. Simply follow the entry instructions.
The program is now written to a directory that contains the necessary files. The program
icon will be installed automatically to your desktop.
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8.3. Starting the software nccad8
After the program was successfully installed, it can be started just as you are used to from
other applications on your computer. Simply select the "Start" button on the screen with
your cursor and select the desired file in the program title bar. It's even easier if you
simply click the program icon.
8.4. Selection of the language
German language is set by
default. But after starting the
application, you can change
the language easily:
Click "Parameter" in the upper
toolbar, then you can select
the requested language as
shown on the illustration.
8.5. Parameter settings
The specific machine data (travel paths, limit values, working conditions, equipment, etc.)
are stored in the parameter files. These can be recognised by the ending "*.ini" in the
Windows Explorer.
Caution!
The values stored there are especially adapted to operation with the FF 500 CNC and
should not be changed without experience and knowledge of the program.
No changes may be made here especially before commissioning! False entries can lead
to system errors and dangerous operating states!
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8.6. The status display at the CNC control MCS
There are three different coloured lights on the panel of the
CNC control; see picture. They indicate the operating status
of the CNC milling cutter.

Yellow:
Caution (Achtung) (in action) –
command execution running, even if the axis or
spindle are not currently moving. Do not reach into
the CNC machine; it is possible that the command
"pause" is running down and machining can continue
at any time.

Green:
Free (Frei) (to receive commands) – Communications with the PC is
possible, commands can be received.

Red: Locked (Gesperrt) (or error) – The movement and command receipt of the
CNC machine are locked. This could be the case if the EMERGENCY stop was
activated, or if an error occurred in the system (e.g.: communications error, PC no
longer completely functional).

All: After the CNC milling cutter is switched on as a lamp test for a duation of
approx. 1 second.
EMERGENCY stop / lock
The EMERGENCY stop is used to lock the CNC milling
machine for command receipt and for command execution.
Only the red status lamp will light up in the "Lock" (Sperren)
position. The lock can be useful, for example, to prevent the
execution of a movement command that was entered
unintentionally.
The lock is removed when the switch is set to "On" (Ein) and
the CNC milling cutter is ready for operation again. This is
signalled by the glowing green light.
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9. The nccad 8-software
The program NCCAD 8
generates
the
control
program from the work
piece geometry data, coordinates communications
with the interface control
computer/CNC control, the
CNC axes, the generation
of the step pulses, etc.
etc.
The control "translates"
the signals into commands
for the stepping motors.
The options the program offers are manifold; the scope is rather large. Therefore, one
should consider that it takes some time until one has a complete overview of all the
possibilities of the program and can confidently move between the many functions.
Much practice, and naturally some patience is helpful to be able to use the software
thoroughly.
For the beginning it is helpful to know what the program can even do and that it owes its
capability in principle to several "Individual" functions.
On the one hand, it is utilised to create a part in electronically drawn form (CAD), and on
the other hand it then generates the control commands from that geometry for the control
(CAM) which it then processes as electric signals for the motors of the spindle drives.
9.1. The integrated training videos
To start the very helpful training
videos,
then
select
the
"Training video"-option under
the "Help"-topic.
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9.2. The integrated manual with the help system
We deliberately
refrained from
using a printed
form
of
the
manual and, as
already
mentioned
above,
have
consolidated the
necessary
contents in a
help
function
within
the
program itself.
A much more practical and neat possibility than having to handle a mountain of paper:
The structure of the topics has been optimised for an intuitive and self-explanatory entry;
important things are recognised first and navigation afterwards is effortless:
In the normal view, click on Help in the menu line at the top right to start the "Help
Function". A submenu appears: click here on Help Topics and then the Help window will
appear.
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9.3. The structure of the "Help topics" window
You will find an orientation window on the left with a few tools to help you quickly find
what you want to know and which offers you three different search methods. The actual
help text appears on the right.
9.4. Search methods
In the orientation section at the top you will find three tabs labelled "Contents" (Inhalt),
"Index" (Index) and "Search" (Suchen). Three different search principles are possible:
9.4.1 Contents
The entire table of contents is illustrated as structure tree where one simply clicks on the
desired entry. Many others are tiered in several levels and branch out to several
alternatives, which can also be clicked. This gives the user all the possibilities to
specifically target the solution to his problem.
9.4.2 Index
This offers you the option of the Index search. Certain important keywords are collected in
an index directory. If a letter is entered in the entry line, the index register moves up by
the corresponding amount, and the term is isolated further for every added letter. Socalled generic terms offer additional entries illustrated in the directory, inserted on the
right. Simply click on one of the terms to open it.
9.4.3 Search
The search term is entered in a blank line and the "List Topics" button is pressed. The hit
(or hits) appear in the window and can be clicked. Important: Select the options "Search
for Previous Results", "Search for Similar Words", and "Only Search for Titles".
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9.4.4 Explanation of the icons and the Status bar
Select <File –CAD/CAM> in the menu. An empty drawing surface
appears with an icon menu next to it.
Move the cursor over one of the icons and wait for a moment
without clicking any icons. A brief explanatory text appears – see
figure at right. If you also press the function key F1, a help
window with a detailed explanation to this icon will appear.
Please do pay attention to the
status bar afterwards! (See
picture). There nccad is telling
you which operating steps to take
next (e.g.: Edit in the dialog box
or....).
9.5. Online support
In case of malfunctions that cannot be handled despite thorough perusal of this manual as
well as the utilisation of the help system, we would be happy to help you directly.
Simply write an e-mail to the address technik@proxxon.com. You will receive a response
latest within 3 working days.
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10. Important note for working in practice
10.1. Simple stopping of the machine and the Emergency-Off switch
Press any key of the PC keyboard to stop the carriage movement and to switch off the
milling machine. The system will then wait for further commands.
This "Keyboard Stop" is helpful during the test phase and for disruptions of machining
(e.g. wrong infeed, wrong feed).
10.2. Safety stop, lock
Press the "Lock" (Sperren) switch of the CNC control to stop the carriage movement and
to switch off the spindle. The system will not accept any further commands until the
switch/pushbutton is returned to the "ON" (Ein) setting.
10.3. Direction of rotation switch
Your CNC machine no longer has a separate mains switch as it is
controlled directly via control electronics. However, during normal
work, make sure that the direction of rotation switch of the
machine (shown in the figure on the right) is not in the "0" setting,
but is set to the desired direction of rotation. Otherwise the
machine will not start.
That is why it must not be set to "0" during a machining procedure
either, since the spindle movement would be interrupted.
10.4. Room EMERGENCY Off
Room EMERGENCY Off: An EMERGENCY Off switch that disconnects the power supply
in the entire room must be installed in the room where the machines are operated. This
red/yellow coloured mushroom-shaped pushbutton must be easily accessible and
arranged far enough away from the possible hazardous area.
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11. First steps: The "Basics of milling with nccad8"-chapter
At this point we would like
to reiterate that all steps
relevant to commissioning
the machine are found in
the "Help" function of the
program and it is vital to
familiarize oneself with
these functions before the
commissioning.
The figure illustrates the screen view that you will see if you have clicked "Basics of
Milling" in the structure tree on the left under the entry "Hhelp Topis" in the "Help"pulldown menue. This explains in great detail what you need to know in order to handle
the machine.
11.1. Simple test of the machine
In the nccad-menu "Machine" select the
option "Open CNC-control" and observe the
status lights at the controller: the lamps must
flash briefly and the green lamp must stay on.
At the same time, the "Manual control"
window must appear on the screen – see
figure at right.
Caution: Always press the button "Approach
reference point" after every program start as
shown in the figure.
A reference point approach of the carriage is
carried out with the purpose of activating the
position switches in three axes. This is used
for the "definition of position" of the carriage:
The control now knows exactly where the
carriage is and can now calculate the commands for the stepping motors accordingly.
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11.2. Com-Port-Adjustment
If an error message
appears instead of the
"Manual control" window,
the interface may be
incorrectly set.
To remove this error, it is
usually
sufficient
to
readjust the interface in
the "Parameter" menu.
First click "Parameters",
then "Machine" and after
quitting the red warning
label with the "OK"
butoon
click
"Edit
parameters".
The window shown in the figure on the right appears. Check the
If the COM 1-comport is not presetted, readjust the interface in the "Serial port" pulldownmenue as shown and then try again. (Normally "COM 1" must be preselected). If it still
doesn´t work, it could be necessary to try som other comports as well.
Always press "ok" first and then "save" before closing this window.
The application has to get restartet then. If it still does not work, please review the notes
in the chapter "Errors and their removal".
11.3. The "Update"-Functionality
The nccad-application gives you the convenient
possibility to check for updates on the homepage
of the Software-producer. Just clcik "Help" in the
menue, and then update in the pulldown-menue
and follow the instructions.
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11.4. Semi-automatic operation: Traversing the CNC axes with the
cursor keys
Please note: This operation mode is just possible to proceed with open “Manual
operation” window, as shown on the right. (Klick “Machine” in the main menue, then
“Milling machine”, after that the window must appear)
The option of working in "Semi-Automatic" mode is also available: The individual axes can
be traversed by pressing the cursor keys and the page up and/or page down keys:
Pressing the cursor keys adjusts the cross table in the level (i.e. the X and Y axes are
addressed) meaning precisely in the sense of direction in which they are also arranged on
the keyboard.
The milling head can be vertically adjusted (Z axis) using the page up and/or page down
keys: Pressing the page up key will move the milling head up, and pressing the page
down key moves it down.
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12. Working with the milling cutter
12.1. General information for working with milling cutter
Caution!
Disconnect the mains plug before you do any adjustments or when exchanging tools!
Caution!
Please note that despite all the advantages for use in machine tools, the condenser motor
used here can become quite warm due to the construction type. This is not an indication
of a defect and can occur when the motor idles for a longer period of time or runs under a
very minor load. Please be sure to avoid these operating conditions and do not allow your
milling cutter to run on idle excessively.
Caution!
Please note:
There is always a potential risk of injuries emanating from all motor-driven or manually
driven parts from machine tools. Therefore, please ensure you always keep sufficient
distance and never reach into moving tools!
Never hold the tools with your hand - always tighten them properly!
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12.2. Working with the drilling lever
Please note:
Never actuate the drilling lever during CNC operation or even adjust it to a new position!
This could cause damage to the machine and/or the work piece!
While the milling cutter is operating, the milling head is traversed automatically with the
milling spindle, making the use of the drilling lever superfluous: The drilling movements
are performed with the Z axis.
However, for drilling work in semi-automatic mode, i.e. when working quasi manually by
pressing the cursor keys to adjust the axes, it is also possible to manually actuate just the
quill with the spindle using the drilling lever (e.g. if you wish to drill a hole pattern in a
plate, etc.). A milling head adjusted at a slant will be able to make slanted drill holes.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Release toggle screw 4.
Release Allen screw 5 at
scale ring 7 and set scale to
zero.
Re-tighten screw 5.
Set the desired height with
drilling lever 2.
Re-tighten toggle screw 4.
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12.3. Swivelling the milling head by its own transverse axis
To swivel the milling head by the
transverse axis, simply release Allen
screw 1 and swivel the milling head to
the desired position. Set the desired
graduated number on scale 2 and retighten screw 1. The milling head can be
swivelled to every side by 90°: Important
if drill holes must be manufactured using
the quill feed.
12.4. Mounting the collet chucks
Caution!
You must disconnect the plug from the power socket to prevent unintentional start-up!
Risk of injuries!
Caution!
 Never insert the collet chuck singly into the spindle receiver!
 Always engage the collet chuck in the swivel nut first!
 Always make sure that the collet chuck and the milling shaft have the matching
diameter!
Please note: In addition to the supplied collet chucks, we have further sizes available in
our accessories range. Please contact our Customer Service should you have any further
questions. You will find the postal address at the back of these instructions, or simply
write us an e-mail to technik@proxxon.com.
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Release swivel nut 4 at
the milling spindle 1.
Put the desired collet
chuck 5 (see bottom
image) by hand in the
swivel nut 4 and allow to
engage with slight axial
pressure at the
continuous groove.
Caution! The thinner end
of the collet chuck must
point up, as shown in the
figure.
Insert swivel nut 4 with
the collet chuck in
spindle 1 (see picture
detail at right) and
tighten lightly by hand.
Insert shaft of tool 3 in
the collet chuck.
Use the supplied wrench
to tighten the swivel nut,
as shown in the figure.
To remove the collet chuck, release swivel nut 4 and pull out tool 3.
Now remove the swivel nut with collet chuck completely out of the milling spindle.
Disengage the collet chuck with the supplied tube section 6 by pressing on the cone
of the collet chuck and remove from the swivel nut.
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12.5. Changing the spindle speed
Setting the spindle speed is necessary so that the cutting speed of the tool can be
adapted to the characteristics of the material to be machined and to the tool geometry.
Large tool diameters at equal rotational speed also mean a large circumferential speed
and thus potentially a too large cutting speed. Conversely, the same is also true for small
tool diameters.
This makes it necessary to be able to vary the rotational speed. To do so, a belt drive
guides the motor power at the milling cutter to the spindle. This is a two-stage gearbox
with an intermediate gear for general speed reduction and two ratchet wheels with
respectively different diameters in pairs. These are connected by two poly-V belts that are
excellently suited for this purpose due to their quiet running and transfer characteristics.
The respectively required spindle speeds can be realised by shifting the belts. A total of 6
spindle speeds can be set: 180, 350, 550, 800, 1,300 and 2,500/min.
The sketch on the right shows the respective belt pulley combinations of the individual
rotational speeds; necessary rotational speeds for different milling cutter sizes and
materials can be read directly in the table on the gear case.
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Caution!
Before working on the
belt drive, always
disconnect the plug
from
the
power
socket!
Risk
of
injuries!
1. Release
knurled
screw 1 and swing
up the housing
cover.
2. Slightly
release
fastening screws 4
(small detail) and
shift the housing
somewhat to the
right until the lower
drive belt relaxes.
3. Bring the lower V-belt 2 into the corresponding position. The corresponding belt
positions are shown in the previous graphics. However, you can also use the sticker on
the inside of the housing cover as orientation.
4. Shift the housing back to the left until the drive belts are properly tensioned and retighten the fastening screws 4.
5. Close the housing cover and re-tighten the knurled screw 1.
Caution!
The belt cover and/or housing
cover must always be closed
during operation!
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12.6. Milling
Caution!
Always wear protective goggles during
milling. Comply with the safety regulations
without fail!
The work piece to be processed must always
be securely fastened to the cross table!
There are various possibilities available to
you: Clamping jaws (e.g. 24 257 from
PROXXON) and vices (e.g. 24 255 from
PROXXON) are very well suited. The cross
section of the groove is shown in the image
on the right.
You will find examples for clamping devices
and accessories in our equipment brochure, on the internet at www.proxxon.com, and
together with other valuable notes, in our "Manual for the Creative Modeller" (Art. No. 28
996; only in German).
12.7. Feed:
During milling, make sure the feed always occurs
against the cutting direction of the milling cutter, see
image at right.
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13. Accessories
Commercially available milling cutters with a maximum shaft diameter of 12 mm and a
tool diameter of approx. 40 mm can be used. For an optimal working result, it is
necessary to adapt the milling cutter as well as the milling parameters (feed, milling depth,
rotational speed) to the working conditions and to make a choice from these. Naturally,
this includes observing the table on the V-belt cover of the milling cutter.
We recommend the milling inserts from our accessories program, such as the end mill
cutter set (2-5 mm) 24610 or - for larger work - the end mill cutter set (6-10 mm), article
no. 24620.
Gears with the module m=0.5 can be milled using the tooth form cutters from our
accessories program; teeth numbers from 12-54 can be realised.
You will find further suitable milling and drilling tools in PROXXON quality from our
comprehensive program in specialist shops. They will be able to recommend a suitable
PROXXON product for your special application case.
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14. Repair, Cleaning and Maintenance
Caution!
Disconnect the mains plug before all repair and maintenance work!
14.1. In general
Please keep the machine clean and handle with care. Keep in mind that "healthy"
mechanics are decisive for the quality of the working result.
The guides play a very important role here: They are important machine elements and
must be handled with special care.
Cleaning the machine after every use and the regular application of oils and lubricants is
always a part of caring for the machine.
The CNC machine should always be in a clean condition, i.e. carefully cleaned after every
working stage.
Some elements affect the precision and work safety and must therefore be checked
regularly. Here the following checklist for this purpose:




Are the guides clean and dry?
Is the machine, and are especially its moving parts, free from processing residues?
Are the fastening screws tight?
Alignment: Are the guides adjusted neatly?
If required, the following maintenance activities are necessary:
 Clean the machine (vacuum cleaner!) and rub dry
 Readjust the guides in case the carriages have play
 Rub guides and moving parts with acid-free oil.
If the CNC machine will be decommissioned for a longer period of time, it should be
stored in a dry room at a minimum temperature of 5°C.
A cover to protect from dust and environmental effects is sensible.
In case of a major repair, please send the machine back to us. The address is:
Proxxon GmbH
Industriepark Region Trier
Dieselstraße 2-3
D-54343 Föhren
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14.2. Replacing the drive belt
If the drive belts are worn, you can replace them yourself. You will receive spare belts
from PROXXON Zentralservice (address at the back of these instructions).
1. Release knurled screw 1
and swing up the housing
cover.
2. Slightly release fastening
screws 4 and shift the
housing somewhat to the
right until the lower V-belt
relaxes.
3. Unscrew the motor from
the screws 3.
4. Now, both belts can be
replaced. Please note: The
belts do not have the same
length! Do not mix up the
belts!
5. Screw the motor back on.
Ensure correct belt tension.
6. Correctly position the lower
V-belt 2 according to the
desired rotational speed. Use the
sticker on the inside of the
housing as orientation.
7. Shift the housing back to the left
until the V-belts are properly
tensioned and re-tighten the
fastening screws 4.
8. Close the housing cover and retighten the knurled screw 1.
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14.3. Adjusting the play of the cross table or Z carriage guides
If the guide of a cross table or Z
carriage axis develops too much
play after some time, you can
readjust the play using the
adjusting screw 2. To do so,
release the counter nuts 1 and
evenly turn in all adjusting screws
until the play is eliminated. Then
retighten the counter nuts.
14.4. Lubricating the machine
After use, clean the cross table and milling cutter with a soft cloth or brush. Then lightly oil
the guides and distribute the oil by traversing the table.
Never clean the cross table with compressed air as the guides would be destroyed by the
entering swarf!
To guarantee the long service life of the milling cutter, please comply with the lubrication
schedule below (A: Oil before beginning any work / B: Oil monthly, please note: The figure
corresponds to the conventional version of the milling cutter, but the lubricating points are
appropriate). Only use acid-free machine oil from specialist shops!
Grease or oil all parts according to the lubrication schedule. When oiling the sliding
surfaces, move the carriages back and forth by hand several times so that oil can run into
the guides.
A = Oil/lubricate before every use
B = Oil/lubricate monthly
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The regular and careful lubrication will decisively reduce friction between two moving
parts and will thus contribute to a long service life of the guide and a good mechanical
condition of the machine.
To properly apply the lubricant, use an oil can or a lint-free cloth saturated with oil or
grease. Please, treat the guides and all moving and blank parts in the same manner.
Please, also comply with the instructions of the lubricant manufacturers!
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14.5. Cleaning and care
Caution!
Always disconnect the mains plug before any cleaning, adjusting, maintenance or repair! Risk of
injuries!
Note:
The machine is primarily maintenance free. For a long service life, clean the device after every
use from swarf and other processing residues.
Make expedient use of a hand broom, a brush or a (lint-free) cloth. A vacuum cleaner can
also be recommended.
Please ensure that swarf does not get into the guides or other moving parts!
Therefore, never blow off the machine using compressed air: Dust and above all swarf
can be blown into guides or other moving parts and damage them!
When using cleaning agents, make sure the saturated wiping cloths are disposed of in an
environmentally-compliant manner. Do not dispose of in household waste.
15. Disposal
Do not dispose of the device or parts thereof in the household waste! The device contains
valuable substances which could be recycled. If you have questions concerning this topic, please
address your municipal disposal company or other appropriate municipal institutions.
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16. Errors and their removal
Mains switch does  Mains switch not switched on
not light up
 Mains supply interrupted
 Mains plug in control not properly
(Subsequent error)
inserted
 Mains line-side fuse interrupted
Red LED still lit 5  Switch (pushbutton) for EMERGENCY
sec after switching
stop (lock) was activated
on
 Installed microcontroller does not
match the software version
Red LED lights  Switch (pushbutton) for EMERGENCY
during machining
stop (lock) was activated
 Communications error (see below)
 Connection to PC was interrupted
All 3 status indicator  Switching the control on and off
LEDs permanently
occurred too quickly in succession
lit (flash)
Message "Machine  Switch (pushbutton) for EMERGENCY
not ready"
stop (lock) was activated
 COM interface set incorrectly
 CNC machine not switched on
 Connecting cable between PC and
control is interrupted or not inserted
correctly
 Wrong connecting cable (not the
original cable delivered by PROXXON
GmbH)
 Set interface is not available in PC

Change to "Manual  COM interface for machine and mouse
control" and then no
are identical
mouse function
 Mains switch is list, LEDs are not lit,
stepping motors are not humming
Allocate a non-identical
interface to both
Internal
fuse
interrupted
is
 External load of socket "Additional
function" is too great
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During
"Manual 
control", an axis
autonomously
moves away from 
the machine zero
point
Communications
error or Time Out
Switch (pushbutton) for
EMERGENCY
stop
(lock) must be activated
mechanically Replace position switch
Position switch does not open
Position
destroyed
switch
 Bad connection between PC and CNC
Repair
machine, COM interface defective
 Sources of interference exist
 Utilise original connecting cable
External sources of
interference (interfering
pulse,
EMCinterferences)
(Cable
2m)
Work piece
point is lost
zero 








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Machine zero point/reference point is
not approached
Incorrect zero point selected from table
Speed factors too high
Spindle contaminated
Mechanical stiffness of spindle
Feed in material too great
Speed of machining unit not coordinated to tool, material and infeed
Mass to be moved is too great
Fastening screw of the axis to be
moved is too loose
length
max.
First
remove
the
causative
error.
Do not in any case set
a new work piece zero
point.
Approach the machine
zero point by pressing
the "POS1" key. This
re-establishes
the
initial work piece zero
point.
17. Compilation of safety notes:
As with any other machine, there are some things that need to be observed when
operating the CNC milling machine so that dangers to humans and the environment
cannot occur.
In this context, please also observe the separately enclosed pamphlet with the safety
notes.
Special noise protection
This can be achieved through ear protection, a protective cell,
or a closed room. Also, clamp the tools short so that they do
not vibrate so strongly
User group
Persons above the age of 14 may use the system; instructions
on safety and compliance with the safety notes is always
required.
Caution!
Risk of injuries!
Setting up the
workplace:
Always keep your fingers away from the rotating work piece
during milling! Never measure the work piece during operation
with a sliding calliper or similar device! Do not process the work
piece during operation with a rasp or sandpaper!
No spatial narrowness
EMERGENCY Off pushbutton in the room
Vacuum cleaner, permanently installed
PC and machine next to each other
User group
Technically capable persons who are at least 14 years of age.
Familiarize yourself using the documents or by being
instructed.
Machining unit
Due to the safety regulations, a machining unit for clamping
processing is delivered.
Changing work pieces
Please observe at all costs that the machine is protected
against unintentional actuation while changing the tools or
clamping work pieces in the respective clamping device!
When changing the tools, the mains power input for the machining unit must be removed
from the mains socket!
Clamp the milling cutter as short as possible!
Eye and
contact protection
Wear protective goggles in the immediate vicinity and make
sure that the chuck guard is in the correct position when
operating the machine.
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Software safety measures:
Locking and stopping
the machine:


Machining, or movement, can be interrupted at any time
(software STOP):
By pressing any key of the alphabetic and numeric keypad or any mouse button.
Activate the switch/pushbutton "Lock" (Sperren) at the CNC control MCS to the
"Lock" (Sperren) position.
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18. EC Declaration of Conformity
We herewith declare in sole responsibility that the following designated product in the
design which we have marketed complies with the principle safety and health
requirements of the applicable EU Directive.
This declaration shall lose its validity if unauthorised changes were made to the system.
Manufacturer:
Proxxon GmbH
Industriepark Region Trier
Dieselstraße 2-3
D-54343 Föhren
Product designation
CNC vertical milling machine
Type designation
FF 500 CNC
Article number 24340
EU-EMC Directive
Applied standards:
2004/108/EC
DIN EN 55014-1 / 02.2010
DIN EN 55014-2 / 06.2009
DIN EN 61000-3-2 / 03.2010
DIN EN 61000-3-3 / 06.2009
EU Machinery Directive
Applied standards:
2006/42/EC
DIN EN 61029-1 / 01.2010
Date: 09. 05. 2012
Signature:
Dipl.-Ing. Jörg Wagner
PROXXON S.A.
Device Safety Division
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19. List of components and exploded views
Please order spare parts in writing from PROXXON Zentralservice (address at the back of
these instructions).
19.1. General view
19.1.1
General view exploded drawing and parts list
ET No.:
Designation
24340
- 01 Assembly group Z axis
24340
- 02 Assembly group Y axis
24340
- 03 Assembly group X axis
24340
- 04 Milling head
24340
- 05 Base
24340
- 06 Column
24340
- 07 Screw
24340
- 08 Ruler
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19.1.2
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 01:Z axis
ET No.:
Designation
24340
- 01 - 01
Z threaded spindle
24340
- 01 - 02
Motor
24340
- 01 - 03
Lid for column
24340
- 01 - 04
Screw
24340
- 01 - 05
Toothed belt wheel
24340
- 01 - 06
Headless screw
24340
- 01 - 07
Toothed belt
24340
- 01 - 08
Toothed belt wheel
24340
- 01 - 09
Fitted key
24340
- 01 - 10
Nut
24340
- 01 - 11
Ball bearing
24340
- 01 - 12
Spindle nut mount Z axis
24340
- 01 - 13
Screw
24340
- 01 - 14
Screw
24340
- 01 - 15
Hood
24340
- 01 - 16
Screw
24340
- 01 - 17
Felt ring
24340
- 01 - 18
Mount
24340
- 01 - 19
Position switch
24340
- 01 - 20
Screw
24340
- 01 - 21
Z carriage
24340
- 01 - 22
Screw
24340
- 01 - 23
Cover plates
24340
- 01 - 24
Nut
24340
- 01 - 25
Headless screw
24340
- 01 - 26
Screw
24340
- 01 - 27
Adjusting plate
24340
- 01 - 28
Screw
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19.1.3
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 02 Drive Y axis
ET No.:
Designation
24340 -
02 - 01
Motor
24340 -
02 - 02
Screw
24340 -
02 - 03
Motor mount Y axis
24340 -
02 - 04
Coupling
24340 -
02 - 05
Nut
24340 -
02 - 06
Ball bearing
24340 -
02 - 07
Spindle nut mount Y axis
24340 -
02 - 08
Screw
24340 -
02 - 09
Recirculating ball screw
24340 -
02 - 10
Felt ring
24340 -
02 - 11
Screw
24340 -
02 - 12
Mount
24340 -
02 - 13
Position switch
24340 -
02 - 14
Lower carriage
24340 -
02 - 15
Adjusting plate
24340 -
02 - 16
Nut
24340 -
02 - 17
Stud bolt
24340 -
02 - 18
Screw
24340 -
02 - 19
Adjusting plate
24340 -
02 - 20
Position switch
24340 -
02 - 21
Mount
24340 -
02 - 22
Screw
24340 -
02 - 23
Screw
24340 -
02 - 24
Spindle nut mount X axis
24340 -
02 - 25
Felt ring
24340 -
02 - 26
Stop screw, base
24340 -
02 - 27
Stop screw, carriage
24340 -
02 - 28
Nut
24340 -
02 - 29
Screw
24340 -
02 - 30
Cable clamp
24340 -
02 - 31
Screw
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19.1.4
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 03 Drive X axis
ET No.:
Designation
24340
-
03 - 01
Motor
24340
-
03 - 02
Screw
24340
-
03 - 03
Motor mount X axis
24340
-
03 - 04
Coupling
24340
-
03 - 05
Nut
24340
-
03 - 06
Ball bearing
24340
-
03 - 07
Milling table
24340
-
03 - 08
Actuating plate
24340
-
03 - 09
Screw
24340
-
03 - 10
X recirculating ball screw
24340
-
03 - 11
Ruler
24340
-
03 - 12
Screw
24340
-
03 - 13
Cable clamp
24340
-
03 - 14
Screw
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19.1.5
Exploded drawing and parts list Assembly group 04: Milling head
ET No.:
Designation
24340 - 04 - 01
Cover for gearbox
24340 - 04 - 02
Speed table sticker
24340 - 04 - 03
Circlip
24340 - 04 - 04
Intermediate belt pulley
24340 - 04 - 05
Double-V belt
24340 - 04 - 06
Bushing
24340 - 04 - 07
Washer
24340 - 04 - 08
Axis
24340 - 04 - 09
Hinge pin
24340 - 04 - 10
Allen screw
24340 - 04 - 11
24340 - 04 - 12
Bearing plate for
intermediate wheel
Nut
24340 - 04 - 13
24340 - 04 - 42
Belt pulley for main
spindle
Double-V belt
24340 - 04 - 43
Strain relief
24340 - 04 - 44
Cable clamp
24340 - 04 - 45
Screw
24340 - 04 - 46
Screw
24340 - 04 - 47
Allen screw
24340 - 04 - 48
Washer
24340 - 04 - 49
Bushing
24340 - 04 - 50
Motor retaining plate
24340 - 04 - 51
Set screw
24340 - 04 - 52
Motor belt pulley
Washer
24340 - 04 - 53
Rating plate sticker
24340 - 04 - 14
Hexagon nut
24340 - 04 - 54
Motor
24340 - 04 - 15
Screw for mounting clip
24340 - 04 - 55
Belt drive sticker
24340 - 04 - 16
Nut
24340 - 04 - 56
Set screw
24340 - 04 - 17
24340 - 04 - 57
Toggle screw
24340 - 04 - 18
Mounting clip for
capacitor
Capacitor
24340 - 04 - 58
Right limit stop
24340 - 04 - 19
Relay switch
24340 - 04 - 59
Drilling lever sticker
24340 - 04 - 20
Left-Right switch
24340 - 04 - 60
Scale ring
24340 - 04 - 21
24340 - 04 - 61
Allen screw
24340 - 04 - 62
Drilling lever
24340 - 04 - 22
Direction of rotation
sticker
Gear housing
24340 - 04 - 63
Cap
24340 - 04 - 23
Washer
24340 - 04 - 64
Shaft
24340 - 04 - 24
Corrugated washer
24340 - 04 - 65
Graduated scale sticker
24340 - 04 - 25
Bearing
24340 - 04 - 66
Spring pin
24340 - 04 - 26
Locking ring
24340 - 04 - 67
Left limit stop
24340 - 04 - 27
Helical spring
24340 - 04 - 68
Mains cable
24340 - 04 - 28
Spring plate
24340 - 04 - 69
Collet chuck 6 mm
24340 - 04 - 29
Washer
24340 - 04 - 70
Collet chuck 8 mm
24340 - 04 - 30
Hexagon screw
24340 - 04 - 71
Collet chuck 10 mm
24340 - 04 - 31
Quill
24340 - 04 - 72
Collet chuck 12 mm
24340 - 04 - 38
Drill head
24340 - 04 - 73
Main spindle
24340 - 04 - 39
Knurled screw
24340 - 04 - 40
Retaining plate
24340 - 04 - 74
Swivel nut for spindle
(incl. Tube section, not
pictured)
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24340 - 04 - 41
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Your device is not working properly?
Then please read through the operating instructions once more.
If the device is actually defective, then please send it to:
Proxxon GmbH
Zentralservice
Dieselstraße 2-3
D-54343 Föhren
We will respond promptly and reliably! You can also use this address to order any
necessary spare parts.
Important:
A brief description of the error will help us respond even quicker. For returns within the
period of warranty, please include your proof of purchase.
Please return the device in its original packaging!
This will help prevent damages during transportation!
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