The most important daily maintenance tasks for laser cutting machines

by:Caodahai     2021-09-07
Any production equipment that wants to be used for a long time cannot do without routine maintenance. It can be said that daily maintenance is the most important link in the safe production and service life of laser cutting equipment, and it cannot be ignored. So what are the most important daily maintenance tasks for a laser cutting machine?    First of all, the indoor environment has a significant impact on the life of the laser cutting machine, especially those humid and dusty environments, which are most likely to cause reflections. The lens is rusty, and it is also easy to cause short circuit of the machine circuit and power generation of the laser. Secondly, the reflector and focusing lens should be scrubbed with a special cleaning liquid every 6-8 hours. When scrubbing, use a cotton swab or cotton swab dipped in the cleaning liquid, and scrub in a counterclockwise direction from the center of the focusing lens to the edge. At the same time, be careful not to scratch the lens; every half a month, you must clean the chiller regularly, drain the dirty water in the machine, and replace it with new pure water;    In addition, regularly remove the waste in the collection box to Prevent excessive waste from clogging the air outlet; clean the machine regularly every day, remove the debris on the table, stopper, and guide rail, and spray lubricating oil on the guide rail.   Wuhan Gaoneng Laser Equipment Manufacturing Co., Ltd. is a high-tech enterprise integrating Ru0026D, production and sales of professional laser complete sets of equipment. Not only successfully developed laser equipment with advanced technology, but also used self-support import and export rights to promote products to more than forty global products including Hong Kong, South Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, the United States, Japan, Germany, the Netherlands, Jordan, etc. nation.
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