Course: MC502 Maintenance and Troubleshooting for CNCs
This course is dedicated to exploring the recommended maintenance procedures of WEEKE CNC machining centers. It begins with a review of machine terminology and machine operation then progresses into machine calibration, and preventative maintenance of the various electro-mechanical components. Using the machinery interface programs including the Machine Data Report (MDR), students will troubleshoot CNC error codes. A significant portion of class time addresses tooling, including setup, alignment, zero point calibration in the tool database, and extending tooling life. Mechanical maintenance aspects addressed include machine referencing, vacuum systems, cooling systems, machine cleaning & filters, and lubrication. Additional troubleshooting instruction includes pneumatics, electrical cabinet layout, interpreting WEEKE schematic diagrams, use of PLC, NUM, and Beckhoff controls, DriveTop software, KEB frequency inverters, various motor axis drives, and the use of hand-held multi-meters for diagnostics.
"Phil made Weeke maintenance interesting and valid to my business. Worth every dollar." Cut-To-Size Technology Inc. -- Duration: 3 days
|Status||Start Date||End Date||Location||Seats Available||Tuition|
|Open||03.19.19||03.21.19||RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA||10||$1795|
3 days / 2.05
Familiarity with machine, multi-meters, and hand tools preferred
Machine calibration and preventative maintenance. Using Machine Data Reports (MDR) to decipher error codes. Tooling database calibration and extending tool life. Mechanical maintenance. Electrical & pneumatic interpretation and troubleshooting.
Who Should Attend
Advanced machine operators, maintenance technicians, and supervisors
Applicable Machine Models
WEEKE Machining Centers