Production Machining

OCT 2018

Production Machining - Your access to the precision machining industrial buyer.

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manufacturer. Like any technology, taking the time to conduct preventive maintenance will pay o in the long term. Preventive maintenance is better managed and has less impact on a company than unplanned breakdown maintenance. • Ensure the air supply and electrical power to the machine meet the manufacturer's recommendations. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for air quality and electrical supply to the machine. Following a few simple rules during installation can prevent costly machine breakdowns. ANCA Inc. | 248-926-4466 | anca.com Here's another article on this topic: Tool Grind Workholding System Limits Runout Learn how ANCA's MicroPlus high-accuracy workholding and tool support system can reduce tool runout during grinding, enabling the production of high-precision tools without additional cycle time. LINK :: short.productionmachining.com/anca :: Operators in shops that are tidy and organized do not have to aste time looking for lost or misplaced equipment. Expensive items such as collet adapters and grinding heels should be stored and handled ith extra care. :: Grinding shops should make sure to read the manuals for any ne or unfamiliar machines. Folloing the manufac- turer's installation guidelines and instructions for preventive maintenance can forestall unplanned dontime. better understand how to use the equipment. • Follow the advised maintenance schedule. Dedicate time at the end of the week to clean the machine and perform the maintenance tasks stipulated by the TECH BRIEF productionmachining.com :: 29

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