Tool setting is an important operation skill in engraving processing. Under certain conditions, the accuracy of tool setting can determine the machining accuracy of parts. At the same time, the efficiency of tool setting also directly affects the efficiency of engraving processing.
The contact surface of the tool and the tool setter must be kept vertical, and the tool must be kept vertically downward in contact with the contact surface. The tool setter should be installed on the workbench where there is less iron filings as much as possible, so as not to affect the accuracy of the tool setter.
In the rated voltage range, the use voltage is controlled at DC 10-30V, the current is below 20A, and the temperature range of the working environment is between -25°C and 70°C. The best effect.
The tool diameter of the tool setting is controlled below 20mm, and the tool setting speed is controlled at 50-200mm/min. The center point of the tool should be the center of the upper surface of the tool.
When using the air blowing function of the tool setter, the outer diameter of the air pipe is 6mm and the inner diameter is 4-5mm. When using it, you should pay attention to hygiene and clean the iron filings attached to the contact surface.
1. Do not exceed the stroke of the tool setter when contacting, which will damage the tool setter (the stroke is 50mm).
2. When touching the contact surface of the tool setter with your hands, do not release it immediately, so as not to damage the internal structure of the tool setter and affect the service life and efficiency.
3. After finishing the work of the tool setter, the tool must be lifted vertically away from the contact surface, do not move laterally, otherwise the tool setter will be damaged.
4. The tool setter must be installed horizontally. If the installation is uneven, the benchmarks when using flat-bottomed knives and cone knives and ball-end knives for tool setting are different, and errors will occur.
5. When setting the Z-direction value of the tool setting position, be sure to leave enough distance to avoid directly sticking to the tool setter when using a tool with a large extension length for tool setting.