The ambient temperature of the CNC lathe is lower than 30 degrees, and the relative temperature is less than 80%. Generally speaking, there are exhaust fans or coolers inside the CNC electric control box to keep the electronic components, especially the working temperature of the central processor is constant or the temperature difference changes little. Excessively high temperature and humidity will reduce the life of control system components and lead to increased failures. Increased temperature and humidity, increased dust will cause adhesion on the integrated circuit board, and cause short circuits.
The position of the machine tool should be far away from the vibration source, the direct sunlight and heat radiation should be avoided, and the influence of humidity and airflow should be avoided. If there is a vibration source near the machine tool, anti-vibration grooves should be set around the machine tool. Otherwise, it will directly affect the machining accuracy and stability of the machine tool, and will cause poor contact of electronic components and malfunction, which will affect the reliability of the machine tool.
General CNC lathes are installed in the machining workshop. Not only the environmental temperature changes greatly, the use conditions are poor, but also various mechanical and electrical equipment, resulting in large fluctuations in the power grid. Therefore, the position where the CNC lathe is installed 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.