Course: SAW400 Panel Saw Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Students review HOMAG single-line and angular panel saws features, terminology, materials, tooling, and safety then progresses through preventative and major maintenance procedures and techniques. Students learn to inspect and determine degree of wear on saw carriage & program fence components including V-groove rollers, drive roller chain & motors, and bearings. Instruction includes how to assure parallelism with program fences, angular fences, and pressure beam. Students address adjustment of rack and pinion drive unit clearances and speed parameters. Emphasis is placed on reading HOMAG electrical schematics and, troubleshooting mechanical / pneumatic systems. Students explore the electrical cabinet and the interpretation of PLC lights, other electrical components, and use of a voltmeter. Additional instruction includes making use of the machines CD-ROM to access machine manuals and drawings, view 3D representations of parts to order them online, creating a spare parts inventory, and developing a cost-effective maintenance program.
Previously known as PS504.
|Status||Start Date||End Date||Location||Seats Available||Tuition|
|Full||11.12.19||11.15.19||HIGH POINT, NC||0||$1895|
4 days / 3.00
Basic understanding of panel processing and maintenance principles
Diagnose electrical problems. Align program fences and saw carriages. Utilize electrical schematics for troubleshooting. Perform proper maintenance procedures. Employ machine manual efficiently. Identify and quickly isolate electrical faults for repair
Who Should Attend
Maintenance technicians, maintenance supervisors, advanced machine operators, and owners
Applicable Machine Models
HOMAG Panel Saws Holzma Panel Saws