CNC lathe device for inclined bed should pay attention to accuracy

The carriage drive screw of the CNC lathe of the inclined bed is a high-precision ball screw, and the transmission gap between the screw and the nut is very small, but it is not to say that there is no gap, but only that there is a gap when the screw is facing a When the direction is reversed, the reverse clearance will inevitably occur, and the reverse clearance will affect the processing accuracy.The inclined lathe CNC lathe has a direct effect on the axial direction of the screw due to the role of gravity. The backlash of is almost zero.

Slant bed CNC lathe linear rolling guide meets high-speed and high-efficiency requirements, increases friction resistance and temperature rise deformation, improves processing accuracy, and can ensure the temporary stability of cutting processing accuracy.

Inclined bed CNC lathe belongs to the all-round precision CNC lathe. It has high precision, sensitivity and durability, small appearance and strong practicality. It has multiple advantages of knife walking and core walking. Slant bed CNC lathes are mainly used for the processing of small and medium batches of various types of fine and complex rotating body parts.

The CNC lathe of the inclined bed is placed on the foundation, it should be leveled in a free form, and then the anchor bolts should be evenly locked. For ordinary machine tools, the level reading does not exceed 0.04 / 1000mm.

For high-precision CNC machine tools, the level does not exceed 0.02 / 1000mm. When measuring the accuracy of the device, it should be stopped at a constant temperature, and the measuring tool needs to be used after a period of constant temperature. When the CNC lathe device of the inclined bed is used, it should try its best to prevent the device method of forced deformation of the CNC machine tool.

Some parts of the machine tool should not be arbitrarily removed when the CNC lathe device is inclined. The assembly of parts can lead to an important new distribution of stress in the CNC lathe, which affects the accuracy of the CNC machine tool.