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1 Maintaining the Milling Machine proLIGHT1000 Computer Integrated Manufacturing

2 Maintenance Matters

3 Demonstrate the preventative maintenance steps for proLIGHT 1000 milling machine In this lesson:

4 User’s Guide Please obtain this document from the Virtual Academy

5 Getting Started Move the Mill Table to its most Negative Position

6 Ball Screw Spindle Head Bellows Cover Ball Screw Liner Rods

7 Ball Screw Lubricant Intelitek Corporation Manchester, NH Part number:

8 Lower Bellows Cover

9 Spindle Shaft Play Axial Play Up and Down Radial Play Side to Side

10 Spindle Belt Backlash Fan Motor Shaft

11 Changing a Belt Remove Screws Slide Forward And Lift Up

12 Drive Belts Look for worn teeth and cracks or splits in the belt

13 Drive Belts Slide back into place

14 Checking Motor Brushes

15 Axis Drive Belts X - Axis Y - Axis Z - Axis

16 Axis Drive Belts Professional Development Lesson ID Code: 6014 Slide Cover Off Remove Screws from the cover

17 Axis Drive Belt Test for Tension

18 Axis Drive Belt Loosen Screws And Slide Motor To Adjust Belt Tension Loosen Screws And Slide Motor To Adjust Belt Tension

19 Oiling the Slides

20 Press In Squeeze Slowly

21 Spindle Fuse Control Box Fuses

22 Maintaining the Table Don’t let yours look like this Don’t let yours look like this

23 Maintenance Schedule Page B-18

24 In a Shop Environment Keep components out of direct sunlight and away from heat. Keep liquids away from machines. Keep oil, metal chips and excess dust away from computers. Use grounded, three-prong outlets. Don’t block air vents.

25 References: unknown (1996). proLIGHT Machining Center User’s Guide, Manchester, NH: Light Machines Corporation.

26 Credits: Special Thanks to Chris Hurd Writer: Donna E. Scribner Content Editor: Donna E. Scribner Narration: Donna E. Scribner PLTW Editor: Ed Hughes Production: CJ Amarosa Video Production: CJ Amarosa Audio: CJ Amarosa Project Manager: Donna E. Scribner


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