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57 Trade St.Lytton ce@advancedrobotic.comPhone 617 3393 6555Fax 617 3393 5355WarningGenuine ART parts are the factory recommended replacement parts for your CNCmachine. Any damage caused by the use of other than genuine ART parts maynot be covered by the ART warranty.You are responsible for the safe use of the product. Art does not and cannotmake any guarantee or warranty regarding the safe use of the machine in yourenvironment.GeneralART warrants that its product shall be free from defects in materials andworkmanship.ii

CONTENTSSection 1SafetyPage vPage viPage viiPage viiiRecognize Safety InformationElectric Shock Can KillPlasma Cutting Can Cause Fire or ExplosionPlasma Cutting Can Produce Toxic FumesA Plasma Arc Can Cause Injury and BurnsPlasma Arc Rays Can Burn Skin and EyesCompressed Gas SafetyLaser SafetyWarningsSection 2Functional Description of Machine OperationPage 9Page 10Page 11Page 12Page 13Chart 14Chart 15Chart 16Chart 17Chart 18SpecificationFunctional description of machineMotor, axis and direction conventionSequence of OperationTroubleshootingVisual Check on internalsTroubleshooting ChartTroubleshooting ChartTroubleshooting ChartTroubleshooting ChartTroubleshooting Chartiii

Section 3MaintenancePage 19Page 20Page 21Page 22Page 24Page 25Page 26Page 27Page 28Page 29Page 30Page 31Page 32Page 33Page 34Page 35Page 36Page 37Page 38Page 39Page 40Page 41Page 42Page 43Daily, MonthlyAnnually, Grease pointsGrease pointsRecommended SparesMini I/O PCBs Channel 1Mini I/O PCBs Channel 2Mini I/O PCBs Channel 3Machine Circuit Board ImagesMachine Circuit Board ImagesHome side X1 GearboxOff Side X2 Gear boxTool Head Y and Z gearboxesPower and channel 3Control BoxControl Box Power suppliesPMAC module RearPMAC Module SideTouch Screen ComputerHPR 130 Arc Voltage Analogue ConnectionControl Box Mains WiringPlasma Manual gas interface wiringEmergency Stop wiringTouch Screen PC wiringDC power wiringData connectionsAC Power connectionsPlasma Tool Head wiringAppendix APage 44Blank Non Conformance Report Form (NCR)iv

RECOGNISE SAFETY INFORMATIONWhen you see a safety symbol on the machine, understand the potential for personal injury, and follow therelated instructions to avoid the hazard.The symbol shown in this section are use to identify potential hazards. When you see a safety symbol in thismanual or on your machine, understand the potential for personal injury, and follow related instructions to avoidthe hazards.FOLLOW SAFETY INSTRUSTIONS- Read the manual safety messages andsafety labels on your machine carefully.- Always keep the machine label in good andclear condition. Replace if it damage ormissing.- Learn how to operate and use the machinecontrols properly. Do not let anyone operateit without proper instruction or training.- Keep machine in proper working condition.Unauthorized modifications to the machinemay affect safety and machine service life.DANGER WARNING CAUTION- A single word DANGER or WARNING is usedwith a safety symbol. DANGER identifies themost serious hazards.- DANGER and WARNING safety labels arelocated on the machine near specific hazards- WARNING safety messages precede relatedinstructions in this manual that may result ininjury or death if not followed correctly.- CAUTION safety message precedes relatedinstructions in this manual that may result indamage to equipment of not followed correctly.ELECTRIC SHOCK CAN KILLTouching live electrical parts can cause a fatal shock or severe burn.Plasma Machine operation- Operating Plasma on the machine completesan electrical circuit between the torch and themachine deck. The machine deck andanything touching the deck are part of theelectrical circuit.- Do not touch the torch body, deck or thewater in trough when machine is operation.-Electric Shock Prevention- Wear insulated gloves and boots, and keepyour body and clothing dry at all time.- Do not stand, sit or lie on the table or any wetsurface when using the plasma machine.- Provided an isolation switch close to thepower supply with properly sized fuses. Thisswitch allows the operator to turn off thepower supply.---vWhen using a water table, be sure that it iscorrectly connected to earth ground.Never operate the machine unless the powersupply cover is in place. Exposed power supplyconnections present a severe electrical hazard.Inspect the input power cord frequently fordamage or cracking of the cover. Replace adamage power cord immediately. Bare wiringcan kill.Before checking, cleaning or servicingmachine, disconnect the main power or unplugthe power supply.Before removing any power supply or systemenclosure cover, disconnect electrical inputpower. Wait for 5 minutes after disconnectingthe main power to allow capacitors todischarge.

PLASMA CUTTING CAN CAUSE FIRE OR EXPLOSIONFire Prevention- Ensure the area is safe before doing anycutting. Always keep a fire extinguishernearby.- Remove all flammables away from the CNCmachine,- Quench hot metal or allow it to cool beforehandling or before letting it touchcombustible materials.Explosion Prevention- Do not use the plasma system or themachine if explosive dust or vapors arepresent.- Do not cut pressurized cylinders, pipes orany closed container.- Do not cut a material that has combustiblesubstance on it.Explosion Hazard (Argon-Hydrogen and Methane)Hydrogen and methane are flammable gases thatpresent an explosion hazard. Keep flame away fromcylinders and hoses that contain methane or hydrogenmixtures. Keep flames and sparks away from the torchwhen using methane or argon-hydrogen plasma.PLASMA CUTTING CAN PRODUCE TOXIC FUMESCutting can produce toxic fumes and gases thatdeplete oxygen and cause injury or death.---Keep the cutting area well ventilated or usethe dust extractor provided from ART at alltimes.Do not cut in locations near degreasing,cleaning or spraying operations. The vaporsfrom certain chlorinated solvent decomposeto form phosgene gas when exposed toultraviolet radiation.Do not cut metal coated or containing toxicmaterials such as zinc(galvanized), lead,cadmium or-viBeryllium, unless the area is well ventilated andthe operator wears an air-supplied respirator.The coating and metals containing theseelements can produce toxic fumes when cut.This product, when used for welding or cutting,produces fumes and gases which containchemicals known to cause birth defects and, insome cases , cancer.

A PLASMA ARC CAN CAUSE INJURY AND BURNSPlasma arc can cut anything instantly.- Keep hand away from the torch tip when the plasma unitis on- Do not hold metal near the cutting path.- Never clean up the torch head when the plasma unit is on.PLASMA ARC RAYS CAN BURN SKIN AND EYEPlasmas produce intense visible and invisible( ultraviolet and infrared) rays that can burn skin andeyes,-Use eye protection in accordance withapplicable national or local codes.Wear eye protection (safety glasses orgoggles with side shields, or a weldinghelmet) with appropriate lens to protect eyesfrom arc’s radiation.-Protect your skin by wearing gauntlet gloves,safety shoes and hat.Wear flame- retardant clothes to cover allexposed areas.Cuffless trousers to prevent entry of sparksand slag.COMPRESSED GAS SAFETY-Never lubricate cylinder valve or regulators.Always store bottles in an upright position.Always restrain the bottles with a chain toprevent movement or tipping.Oxygen and Fuel cylinders must beseparated by 6 meters when in storageStorage rooms must be well ventilated, dryand away from heat.Storage facilities must be clearly signed withall the gases that are stored.All cylinders must be clearly marked with thecontents.No cylinder should be painted with arbitrarycolours---viiA flame should never come into contact withthe body of the cylinders.Never move a cylinder by rolling or dragging orwhen the regulator is in place.Avoid the possibility of the valve beingdamaged during moving.A suitable pressure regulating valve must befitted when attaching the cylinder to anysystem.Check all connections to pressure regulators,manifolds, hoses, gauges, and relief valves forintegrity and tightness.Gas bottles and fittings should only be handledby qualified or experienced staff.

LASER SAFETY-Laser beams can Cause retinal damage andblindnessNever look directly into the beam of thealignment laser. Place hand under it to checkif the beam is on.--WARNINGSElectric Shock Can Kill- Turn off the power and the circuit breaker on the machine. Remove the power plug toensure the machine is fully isolated form electric power.- Do not touch live electrical part! If power is require during servicing, use extreme cautionwhile working on the machine. As a reminder, high voltage will cause injury or death.- Do not attempt to repair any power board.HOT PARTS CAN CAUSE SEVERE BURNS- Allow the power supply to discharge before servicing.MOVING BLADES CAN CASUE INJURY- Keeps hand away from moving parts.STATIC ELECTRICITY CAN DAMAGE CIRCUIT BOARDS- Put on a ground wrist strap before any circuit board handling is performed.viii

CNC Table SpecificationsPOWER SUPPLYMax.250Volts ACMax. Current6 Amps50HzMECHANICALWeightDepends on length and configuration of the machineApproximately 3,000 KgFrame SizeWork AreaLength5046mmWidth2975mmX4020mmY2500mmGantry lengthTravel SpeedPaint Colours3507mmX, Y max24,000mm/MinZ Max7,500mm/MinFrameHammer tone AS Powder coatingPanelsYellow /Gold powder coatingBracketsComputer Operating systemWindows XPWireless connectivity15 inch Touch screen LCD DisplaySerial RS422 communication with CNC tableMotion ControlPMAC running G code filesNote: See Hypertherm manual for plasma unit specifications9

Section 2Functional description of machine operationPower SupplyThe CNC table is powered from a standard 10 amp 240 Volt AC power point.There is a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) inside the machine which is used to filter thepower for the computer and motion control electronics. It is wired so that when the isolationswitch is turned off the input power and the load on the UPS is removed. The UPS isprogrammed to shut down after a short period under this condition.If the mains supply should fail, the electronics will continue to operate on the UPS but it isrecommended to shut the system down normally before the battery supply on the UPS failsand causes possible corruption of the operating system of the PC.General FunctionalityThe ART Plasma CNC table has at the heart of its operation a specialized motioncontrol computer (PMAC) which is fed data files, in the form of G code, from an industrialtouch screen operated PC. This communicates on Com port 1 normally.The PC communicates with the PMAC via an RS422 serial cable running through the X cablechain of the machine.The pendant is a serial Display/Keyboard which also communicates with the PC through itsown RS422 cable directly to COM Port 2. The only connection the pendant has to the CNCtable is 5 Volts DC supply interfaced at the intermediate connection on the PMAC panel.The PMAC gathers input data from the motor encoders and various switches and sensorsand sends output data to the machine’s solenoids, laser, printer and other output devices via,up to 4, serial RS422 channels. These serial data channels terminate at Mini I/O PCBs.There can be up to 3 Mini I/O circuits, or 1 Mini I/O circuit plus 1 analogue circuit board at theend of each channel. Each channel must end with an analogue PCB or terminator plug forstable data, including any unused channel.The Mini I/O PCBs have isolated 24 volt power for all inputs and outputs as these areoptically isolated.The PMAC with its 5 to 8 break-out board and expansion cards has its own 5 Volt DC supply,as it is optically isolated from the PC (by the RS422 Com. Board), the Data channels (by theserial I/O boards) and the motor PWM driver boards (by the PWM interface boards).10

Emergency Stop (E-STOP)The E-Stop circuit is a completely electrically isolated from the electronic control circuitsof the cnc table. This system has two interfaces to the machine.The E-Stop circuit monitors the emergency stop buttons and light curtains (if fitted)and these inputs trigger the safety timer. After the preset time (settable on the timer module),the timer module deactivates the Motor power circuit via the isolating contactors and outputsan optically isolated signal to the channel1 Mini I/O PCBto inform the PMAC and PC that an E-Stop has occurred.Each E-Stop button and light curtains have a separate instantaneous circuit as part of thePMAC’s I/O to allow the PC to instruct an orderly shut down of the motors. If the system forany reason fails to see those signals the Safety relay will force the power off regardless.The torch break away switch is monitored directly by the PMAC only and will inform the PC ofan emergency stop in that case.Plasma ConnectionsThe Hypertherm Plasma unit has only 4 connections to the CNC table.The analogue plasma voltage is fed back to the analogue board via a filter and voltagedivider PCB which has a division ratio of 50:1.The CNC table is held to Earth potential with a ground stake near the earth block on themachine’s corner. This Earth block is the Star point for all earth leads on the machine and tothe Plasma power supply. The Plasma power unit actually makes the table frame DCrelative to the torch potential which swings negative relative to ground.The other 2 connections to the table electronics are the optically isolated signals, the CUTsignal from the CNC to the plasma and the RTG ( ready to go) signal back from the plasmato instruct the PMAC that a pierce is successful and cutting motion can proceed.All other plasma related wiring, the torch lead and gas solenoid control wires, have noconnection to the electrical system of the CNC.Motor, axis and direction conventionX2 axis motor 2Y axisMotor 3Z axis motor 4Vertical motionX axis motor 111

Sequence of OperationSystems off-Connect all gas leads according to thecolor of the fitting.-Connect 240VAC power to machine-Connect 415V three Phase power toHypertherm Unit.-Turn on the air dryer-Turn off all gases to the plasma unit-Turn off the dryer.-Ensure all gases are set to 827kPa at theregulators.-Ensure the correct consumables for theplasma torch are installed.-Ensure all axis of the machineunhindered.-Shut down Profileshop and shut downWindows XP.-Power off the machine and thehypertherm plasma unit.-Switch on the main power switch on themachine. Press the round red button on thecontrol box and then hit the reset button(red square button).-Machine will start to phase on each motorafter the reset button is pressed.Select unload tool in Profileshop.-Machine will move to home position andask for the tool to be removed, leave theactual tool in if required again and tick ok.-Power up the PC by pressing the blackbutton below the touch screen module.-After the PC is powered up, run the ARTProfileshop program and auto-home themachine.- Load a cut file on the Profileshop, set theorigin-Press cut file.- Machine will ask to load tools, if thecorrect tool is installed press ok andmachine is ready to cut the file.- Power up plasma unit and set all the gaspressures on the gas console according tothe type of material and consumable youare using as per the Hypertherm manual.12

TroubleshootingWARNINGThis machine has LETHAL voltages at various positions inside the covers.If in doubt, consult ART or your electrician. Observe all your companysafety procedures before continuing.The complexity of the circuitry on the machine may require a qualified technician toservice it at the component level.If any unsolvable problem occurs during troubleshooting, please ring ART and speak tothe technical support help desk.Troubleshooting Procedure.1. Electrically isolate the machine2. Perform visual check on the machine parts where the problems occurring3. Perform visual checks on the external and then the internal systems.4. Check and ensure all connections on the cabling are tight.5. Make sure that all mechanical parts look correct and move smoothly.6. Replace faulty parts.7. Power on the machine and test again8. If a fault persists, please refer to Trouble shooting Chart for more information.9. ART’s service department has telephone assistance during normal office hours.Visual Check1. Switch off machine main power.2. Remove machine control box cover which located at the back of the machine’sgantry (or on the end of the table frame on earlier plasma tables). Visually checkall devices inside the control box, especially on the circuit boards. Ensure there isno burn or char marks, no burning smell, discolouration, lose connection etc.Replace the part if necessary.3. Ensure no mechanical parts are loose, dismounted, broken etc. Replace or repairif necessary.4. Perform some general cleaning if applicable, e.g. filters and covers.13

Troubleshooting ChartWarning: Never remove or replace cables, connectors or circuit boards while the machine is powered up.Doing so could result in serious damage to the machine or injury to personnel.ProblemMotor amplifier faultor fatal followingerrorMotor 1 – X1Motor 2 – X2Motor 3 – YMotor 4 – ZMotor 5 – WMotor 6 – AFatal following errorrefers to the saidmotor not getting toits target positionaccording to thefeedback from theencoder.Amplifier error refersto an overload on aparticular motor.SymptomMachine stoppedjogging orunable to jogproperly.Machine stops inthe middle of anoperation due toa mechanicaljam or overload.Electrical noisein the databetween Mini I/Oboards andPmac due tofaulty cables orbad earthing oncablesSolutionEnsure machine is free to move by hand after all motors are disabled using the“Kill Motors” button. If not, remove machine covers and check motor gear boxes.Ensure all mechanical parts are in good condition and tensioned correctly.Ensure all motors are free to move. Ensure all toothed racks are clean and freefrom swarf. Perform general cleaning as needed.Ensure the motor encoder on the end of affected motor is not loose. Remove theencoder cover and ensure the encoder disc is sitting between the gaps ofreader. If the disc is rubbing on the reader, first loosen the grub screw andreposition the disc, tighten it and re-phase the motor.*To re-phase the motor, please contact ART for further assistance.Disable the motors with the “Kills motors” button, check encoder feedback bylogging in as a technician.Note: Technician mode can only be accessed with a special code obtainablefrom ART Service Department, select setup, executive then click position.Move each motor and ensure there no missing counts. Otherwise replace theencoder. Once replaced, the motor needs to be re-phased. This involves the useof ‘Executive’.Check encoder cable is not loose on the connections at both ends (at theencoder and in the relevant mini I/O box).14

Turn off the machine and swap the PWM amplifier board from another motordrive. Power on and test the machine. If the original problem has moved to thatmotor where the original PWM board is used, then replace the PWM board.Try the same thing for the PWM interface board, then try the linking cables.If an X axis motor generates a fault, check the opposite axis for broken belt orjam. It may have stopped moving, causing an overload in the opposite motor.Check limit switches.X, Y or Z stopsmoving whileautohomingMachine lost ithome positionMachine unable toreset EmergencyStop (E-STOP)systemOpen circuitbutton orFault in circuit.Profileshop runningin demo modePC unable tocommunicatewith machine.Note: When thecomputer iscommunicatingwith the machinethe dot on thetouch screenpendant isflashing.Data cable problems leading out to the mini I/O boards can cause missingencoder counts. Look for loose connections in plugs or broken wires.Check that all limit switches on every axis are in good condition and not jammedor no shorts on the terminals. Depressing the switches by hand (or activating theproximity versions with metal) will result in a yellow LED lighting up on therelevant mini I/O board.Ensure all E-STOP buttons are fully released. Ensure all the E/S loops areclosed by checking the E/S breakout board. Use multimeter to check theresistance on each pair of cables to ensure the resistance is close to 0 ohms. Ifnot, check each E-STOP button terminal to ensure the cable is not loose.Replace as necessaryEnsure touch screen keyboard is not used while executing ART profileshopprogram.If Pewin Pro has been previously used and shut down, the process may have tobe terminated by going into Windows Task Manager (press CNTRL ALT DEL). The process is called PMACSE 1.exe.Check the RS422 communications cable, ensure connections are tight.Measure the voltage across the red and black cables on the RS422-232 board isabout 5Vdc or – 0.1V. If not check the power supply and adjust if necessary.If yes then change the 232-422 board and reset the PC. If that is not the faultthen check the RS422 board at the other end behind the Pmac panel.15

Tool head inactiveTorch fault activeTorch pierces in theair after IHS isactivatedPlasma torch liftingup or dragging downonto work surfacePlasma torch notarcing whenmachine ordered tocutMachine onlypierces withoutcuttingCheck T/Head 1 button on the Task bar of ART Profileshop is Active (pushed in).Torch mountEnsure the plasma torch mounting plate is seated properly with no particles builtmoved awayup behind it, clean if necessary. Ensure the safety switch on the mounting platefrom clicked in when the plate is in position. If yes ,check switch wiringIHS sensorReduce the air flow to the cylinder to slow its movement by adjusting flow controlbeing triggeredvalve on the exhaust. Clean up the surface of the proximity sensor if needed.earlyEnsure the bracket that the sensor is mounted on does not jam or vibrateviolently during sense procedure. Make sure the guide rod is straight and able toslide freely.AVC not working Check the cutting voltage while the machine is cutting. Ensure that the voltagecontrol is close to default setting and appropriate for the job. If there’s a fixedhigh value on the screen then replace the analogue board.Check all cable connections on the channel 3 card 2 board (analogue board)Plasma unit notCheck that the plasma unit has not timed out. It may be necessary to restart thegetting cut signal plasma unit. Use a multi-meter to measure voltage across the cable C340 orfrom machineconnection OUT 1 on the analogue board, ensure that 24V DC is sent out fromthe analogue board to the plasma machine when the “cut job” is requested.-If there is no 24V DC, check the input voltage for the analogue board bymeasuring voltage across CN1. Replace the 24Vdc power supply if needed.-Check the cable from the analogue board to the plasma machine to ensurethere’s no bad connections or broken cable. If the cable is OK, then check theplasma unit. Refer to the plasma service manual.No RTG signal is Check whether there is a short across the cable on the IN1 on the analoguereceived fromboard. If yes, then replace the analogue board. If no, then check the cable andplasma powerthe connection on the plasma unit. If cable is OK, then run some diagnosticsupply.checks referred to in the hypertherm service manual.16

Control PC Will NotBoot Up — NoMovementNo display onscreen and nofan runningInaccuracy inCuttingCut Is Not Square orIs Not Meeting UpCheck that the power leads are plugged in and switched on.Check the workshop fuse-box/safety switches.Check the integrity of the data leads between the main box and the gantry.Check the pendant lead, an unplugged pendant can cause the PC to freeze up.Ensure that the host computer is turned on.Select ‘AUTO HOME’ from the MAIN MENU/ORIGIN MENU.Make sure that swarf is not restricting gantry carrier bearings or the rack andpinion gears.Check that the drive gears are clean from grit.Check that nothing inhibits the movement of the data chain.Check that your design program is set up for the ART profile cutter. Settings canbe obtained from ART service personnel.MechanicalproblemCuts Wrong — Does File not correctNot Cut According tothe FileCheck the drive motor gear spring tension.Mark out a circle and a square on the material to check for accuracy.Measure the diagonals of the square and the diameter of the circle marked outon the material. If the diagonals are out then the machine needs to have thegantry squared up. Contact ART for details of the procedure.Check the serial cable between the control console and the ART profile cutter.Check that the settings for the communication port used to send data to themachine have not been changed. Ask an ART service person.Ascertain whether all axes are moving normally. If not, contact an ART serviceperson.Turn off the profile cutter, leave it turned off for a minute and then turn it back on.If this does not help, do the same to the touch screen PC which is sending thecut files to the machine.Note: The machine will only cut what it is directed to cut, from the file. If the filehas a fault the table will respond accordingly.17

Machine Starts butPendant Display orButtons Do NotWork.Check that the pendant is plugged in.Replace the pendant lead.Turn off the profile cutter, leave it turned off for a minute, and then turn it backon.Reboot the Touch screen PC which is sending the cut files to the profile cutter.If none of the above works, contact an ART service person.* For further information or troubleshooting regarding to the Hypertherm Plasma unit, please refer to the Hyperthermservice manual. If there is an unsolvable problem, please fax a Non Conformance Report (NCR, of which a blank copycan be found in the back of this manual) and/or phone ART for Technical support.18

SECTION 3MaintenanceDailyClean bearing rails and racks if needed. Clean trough, remove anyobstructions.WeeklyCheck for good earthing of the table, the earth stake may need watering insome dry installation locationsMonthlyClean down machine,Clean all linear rails. (Do not blow air into the linear bearings)Clean out the dust from above the gantry bearings.Clean troughRemove covers from equipment fans and clean foam filters, make sure fansare operatingCheck for squarenessSetup file of a large square 1200*1200. (Cut scrap)Run file.Or use the laser and mark a square with a pen on tape across the slats usingmeasure-move. Measure diagonals, noting which diagonal is which.If diagonals do not measure within 1mm, Call ART.Grease machine.See photo on page 2 for detailsFor machines with manual lubrication points, you should apply light grease toeach grease nipple once per month. If your machine is in an extremely dirtyenvironment it may be wise to increase the frequency of this process; however,you should discuss this with an ART service person before doing so.On a standard gantry-style machine with a single head, there are normallythirteen grease points.Lightly grease linear rail with INOX spray lubricant.X Axis Grease PointsFour grease points are located on the X axis. Two of these are located at eachend of the gantry along the silver guide rail: one at the front and one at the rearof each carriage mount.Y Axis Grease PointsFour grease points are located on the Y axis. These are located on each sideof the tool head along the silver guide rails: two on the home side and two onthe offside.Z Axis Grease PointsFour grease points are provided for the Z axis bearing rails. Use a flexiblegrease gun connection to reach the grease points positioned under the loweredge of the sliding face plate. However, on some machines the toolingdoes not permit access to some or all of these points. If this is the case on yourmachine, contact an ART service person.Z-Screw Grease PointNext to the Z bearing nipples19

Check connectors.Ensure all connectors are tight.Annually-Ensure all structural bolts are tightened properly.Check shielding on all cables for damage.Check Tension on gearbox pinion to rack, make sure there is at least 1mm ofspacing in spring tension stopper between bracket and spring tube.Check all drive belts for tears cracks or shredding.Check for any sideways movement in the mounting of the gearbox pivotbearings.If the machine has a chain driven trough, check the tension on a the chain andadjust as necessary and oil the chain.20

Grease PointsX GreaseNipplesNipples Bothsides of TableZ BearingGrease NipplesNipples Both sides ofTool HeadZ Ball ScrewGrease NippleY GreaseNipplesPosition of Z Grease nipples undertool head face plate21

Recommended SparesTag/OrderNumberItemQtyPWM AmpE4392PWM InterfaceE4402FPGA BreakoutE43615 - 8 ExpansionE4371Serial I/O InterfaceE4421Mini Serial I/OE4412Control Box 232-422E7151Touch Screen 232-422E7161422 Pendant AssemblyE4431Analogue I/O (Router)E43815V PCB Mount Switchmode Power SupplyE6002Servo Motor ready to installN/A1EncoderE6962Limit Switch with cableC3131Control Box Power SwitchE5161Control Box Reset SwitchE4261Control Box Fuse 5Amp slow blow 3AG typeE4985UPS Fuse 6Amp slow blow 20x5mmLocal supply5Touch Screen Reset SwitchC2611Pendant LeadC3141YZ Data Lead @ 6440C315yz1Analogue Data Lead @14380C315an1422 Serial Lead @26340C2701Proximity Sensor @1000C3081Hard Drive with SetupN/A1ATX Motherboard with MemoryE477, E4801X, Y Gear Box Belt (HTD 525 5M 15)M435322

Z Gearbox Belt (HTD 375 5M 15)M4361X, Y PinionM462X, Y Motor PulleyM4391Z Motor PulleyM619125mm Runner BlockM14926200N Ballscrew Support Bearings TopM2723200B Ballscrew Support Bearings BottomM424223




Machine Circuit Board ImagesE716 Touch Screen 232-422 BoardE440 PWM Interface BoardE715 Control Box 232-422 BoardE439 PWM Amp BoardE438 Analogue BoardE442 Serial IO Interface BoardE443 Pendant BoardE441 Mini Serial IO Board27

E436 FPGA Breakout BoardE644 Analogue Power SupplyPMAC ControllerPMAC Additional ChannelE437 5-8 Extension BoardE670 Plasma Voltage Divider28

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A PLASMA ARC CAN CAUSE INJURY AND BURNS . Plasma arc can cut anything instantly. -Keep hand away from the torch tip when the plasma unit is on -Do not hold metal near the cutting path. -Never clean up the torch head when the plasma unit is on. PLASMA ARC RAYS CAN BURN SKIN AND EYE . Plasmas produce intense visible and invisible

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