Generally, the processing center is installed in the processing workshop, not only the environment temperature changes greatly, the use conditions are poor, but also various electromechanical equipment is equipped, which causes large fluctuations in the grid. Therefore, the installation location of the machining center requires strict control of the power supply voltage. The power supply voltage fluctuation must be within the allowable range and remain relatively stable. Otherwise, it will affect the normal operation of the CNC system of the machining center.
Turning and milling composite CNC lathes should be kept away from vibration sources, direct sunlight and heat radiation, and avoid the influence of humidity and airflow. When there is a vibration source near the turning-milling composite CNC lathe, anti-vibration grooves should be set around the machining center. Otherwise, it will directly affect the machining accuracy and stability of the turning-milling composite CNC lathe, leading to poor contact of electronic components, causing malfunctions, and affecting the reliability of the turning-milling composite CNC lathe.
When using the machining center, the user is not allowed to change the parameters set by the manufacturer in the control system at will. These machining center parameters are directly related to the dynamic characteristics of each part of the machining center. Only the value of the gap compensation parameter can be adjusted according to the actual situation.
The turning-milling composite machining center has no special requirements for the machine tool, but it must provide at least one Y-axis movement. The rotation of the workpiece provides c-axis motion for the milling cutter to transmit the required feed speed (power). However, IPM is used to replace the SPM of the ordinary lathe to measure the cutting speed of the workpiece (that is, the cutting speed of the turning-milling composite machining center is much lower than the cutting speed of the turning machining center). However, because the milling cutter has to do a lot of eccentric machining, it needs Y-axis movement.
When the tool is eccentric, it cannot be machined to the required size of the part, because when the tool is in the center, the tool center and the rotation center of the part exactly intersect, so the tool can only use its end face to cut (that is, it cannot be cut), but not Cutting at the cutting edge. In order to ensure that the cutting edge can cut correctly, the tool center line must be offset from the part rotation center line to 1/4 of the tool diameter