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What should the indexer do when it fails?Obital cam indexer

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Update time : 2019-06-24 20:20:42
The stability of the application is the main reason why most automation engineers choose the indexer for intermittent transmission. The cam indexer is used as the mechanical mechanism of the slewing mechanism. In the long-term use and operation, even purely mechanical things will appear in use. Abnormal and insufficient, but for the indexer, due to its pure mechanical nature, the probability of anomalies is still less than other similar machines.
Obital cam indexer
1. The main fault in the indexer is the drive cam on the input shaft of the drive and the needle on the output turret. For the cam, there are fewer abnormal damages, only forced under severe overload or stuck. Operation, causing damage to the cam can not be operated using the indexer. If the cam wear or damage in the indexer is light, it can be used without affecting the accuracy. However, try not to adjust the axial direction privately. Position, if there is an irreparable damage, adjusting the inter-axis moment will seriously damage the cam;
2. The needle bearing in the cam indexer is damaged. The way to handle it is to remove the needle bearing on the turret of the indexer to replace the needle bearing. To replace the needle bearing, first loosen the output sleeve and take out the output shaft. Be careful not to loosen the eccentric cover at the rear end of the indexer to avoid changing the axial position of the indexer. The entire indexer mechanism is used to create looseness and offset.
3, the simpleness of the cam indexer will give people an illusion that the assembly and adjustment are equally simple, but the actual is not, because a little adjustment will have an impact on the accuracy of the entire mechanism, for engineers It is said that the failure of the cam mechanism is very simple. It is recommended that you have not touched it. If the indexer fails, return to the production plant for repair and inspection.