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INSTALLATION MANUAL MECHNANICS & ELECTRIC DIAGRAMS

2010


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CONTENT________________________________ MACHINE ASSEMBLY_____________________________________________________________ 3 1-1 MACHINE TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS

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1-2 PLACEMENT PLAN

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1-3 PLACING THE MACHINE ON ITS FEET AND THE BALANCE

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1-4 REQUIREMENTS FOR AIR, VACUUM AND POWER CONNECTION AND THEIR ASSEMBLY

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1-5 POWERING AND CALIBRATION OF THE MACHINE

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YENAMAK CNC CONTROL PANEL______________________________________________ 9 2-1 SECTIONS IN THE CONTROL MAIN SCREEN AND THEIR FUNCTIONS

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2-2 MENUS ON CONTROL

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2-2-1

FILE

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2-2-2

EDIT

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2-2-3

DIAGNOSTICS AND SETUP

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2-2-4

MAPPING

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2-3 JOG CONTROL

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PROGRAM OPERATION____________________________________________________ __

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ELECTRICAL and SERVO CONNECTIONS___________________________________

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PNEUMATIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS _________________________________

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MECHANICAL PICTURES (D40 )_________________________________________

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MECHANICAL PICTURES (D30 )_______________________________ CE CERTIFICATE_______________________________________________


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YENA MAKİNA

MACHINE ASSEMBLY and

CNC CONTROL UNIT

YENA - SUPPORT 2010


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MACHINE ASSEMBLY 1-1- MACHINE TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING REQUIREMENTS

In the vicinity of where the machine will be assembled, lower down the machine to the floor via a forklift and carefully remove the wooden cabinet. Carefully unfasten the connection belts of the machine standing over the wooden transportable working platform and then lower down the machine from the wooden transportable working platform via a forklift and place it in where it will be assembled.

1-2- PLACEMENT PLAN

The surface on which the machine will be assembled must be flat and rigid. Do not place it over wooden or soft surfaces that may wear out or collapse with time. A rigid concrete surface must be chosen. Place the machine in a way that the front side of the machine faces the user and by leaving minimum 50 cm of space from each side of the machine. This shall facilitate the intervention to the machine during servicing. Make sure that the machine is placed in a high location where the ceiling must be considered in a minimum room height.

1-3- PLACING THE MACHINE ON ITS FEET AND THE BALANCE After a suitable position is selected for the machine, it is ensured that the wheels that facilitate the position movement of the machine are enabled by turning the main stationary feet downwards. By using the spanner provided in the package, all 4 feet are turned downwards and the feet are enabled. Do not overturn the feet downwards; it is adequate to turn them until the movement of the wheels is enabled. Then, the tightness of these 4 feet are checked and their lock nuts are tightened and fixed.


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1-4- REQUIREMENTS FOR AIR, VACUUM AND POWER CONNECTION AND THEIR ASSEMBLY

AIR -

12 mm spiral hose, provided in the package, is connected to the air connection inlet(fig.1 A ) of the machine. The other end is connected to the line coming fro the air compressor. (B) is the regulator air outlet. It is recommended that the air assembly is made prior to the placement of the machine. For the space between the compressor air outlet line and the machine, it must be ensured that a fixed line system with a larger diameter has been installed. Such line system with large diameter meets the need of the instant air volume and prevents problems. Since water will accumulate in the air produced in the compressor, an air drying system must be installed in the compressor outlet or a compressor with integrated dryer must be preferred. If the length of the line is long despite having a compressor with integrated dryer, water may still accumulate in the air in some cases. In that case, you may set up a drying system or a filter system as in fig.2 in front of the machine inlet. Also it must be noted that in systems used without a dryer, the water in the air causes damage to some parts of the machine. Moreover, this leads to serious problems. The required air pressure must be set to min 6.5 bars (read over the fig.1 (C) Manometer scale) over the machine (fig.1 (1) is positioned upwards and the pressure is increased by turning it clockwise; the pressure is decreased by turning it counter clockwise. The pressure setting valve is locked after setting (2) downwards). The compressor air outlet pressure must be kept in the range min 7-8 bars. If the pressure in the system is selected lower than those given, the machine goes into alarm condition and stops at the last position. Section (D) in Fig.1 filters the water that may accumulate in the air and this water must be periodically drained by using the tap below. Section (E) in Fig.1 fulfils the need for lubrication of the pneumatic system and set by checking over the screw above that 1 drop is released approx. every 10 minutes. For adding oil to this section, the main air pressure is cut and this section is removed and filled with oil and put back. You do not have to make an adjustment after that.


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VACUUM- Your equipment necessary for vacuum is connected to the vacuum hose that is let for approx. 1.5-2 metres behind the machine. If you use ULT brand LAS series vacuum unit, you must connect one end of the 9 pin D-Sub vacuum control cable, provided within the package, to the back of the vacuum unit and the other end to the 9-pin socket section of the electricity input section over the machine. Complete the electricity connection of your vacuum unit. When the power key next to the 9-pin socket section you have made the connections for over the vacuum unit is in position 1, the continuous operation is enabled whereas in position 0, it is only allowed to be used over the machine. Leave the position of this key as 0. After the connections, you must install separate air equipment for your ULT brand vacuum unit. This air allows your vacuum unit to periodically clean the filter inside itself by air and you must set the air pressure to maximum 3 bars by a regulator to be placed in the air inlet.

You can see the current connections in the pictures on the page. After completing all electricity and air connections and their settings, press the Power button on the front side of the vacuum unit. The system is ready to start. When the program in the machine starts to operate, your vacuum unit automatically operates and it will shut down at the end of the program. Contact your dealer for the connections and adaptations of vacuum units of other brands.


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ELECTRICITY-

The Power input to the machine is provided by the electricity input socket at the

back or on the side of the machine. Connect the available end of the power cable with a diameter of 3x1.5 mm, provided within the package, to the machine and the other end to the power source. Make sure your electricity line is a secure line of 3X2.5mm, because difficulties may arise in longdistance electricity lines. If you experience interruptions in the electricity system from time to time, or if there is any fluctuation arising from the mains in your electricity system, you must use an uninterrupted power source (UPS) with a suitable power. Otherwise, you may experience problems in the machine. Additionally, the grounding line in your electric system must be checked and it must be ensured that it works without any problem; otherwise this may also damage your machine.

1-5- POWERING AND CALIBRATION OF THE MACHINE Switch on the machine by using the key button on the section where the electric input is provided. Make sure the EMERGENCY STOP button on the front side of the machine is not depressed, if it is depressed, slightly turn it to right until an un-depressed position is achieved. Ensure that the key button over this button is in AUTO position. After switching on the machine and starting the PC unit, double-click on the YENA CNC icon on the screen. In the meantime, make sure that the reset button on the control panel of the machine flashes in short intervals. If it doesn’t, either the EMERGENCY STOP button is depressed or the front cover of the machine is open. If there is no problem, press the flashing reset button and then it will be left lit all the time. In that case, electricity is given to the machine drivers. Then the program you opened on the screen will ask you to engage the system, select OK and move on. Next, the program will ask you to go to the reference point of the system, select OK and send the machine to the reference position, i.e. the position necessary for the machine to find its zero. After the machine has gone to the reference point, depress cover button and remove the cover and connect one of the plastic test (14 mm) blocks in the packaging, sent together with the machine either to the left or right part. Make sure the calibration tool drill, provided with the machine, is connected in place. Generally the last holder of tool changing unit is allocated for the calibration tool. In calibration process, the machine automatically takes the tool from there and continues the process. After you place the block and make sure that the tool is in place, replace the cover and depress the CALIBRATION button on the screen.


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The window seen above will appear. In machines with double block holder, since the left and right are calibrated separately, if you depress YES to the question, it will consider the calibration of the left part. If you depress NO, it will carry out calibration for the right part.

Since there is single clock holder in Yenadent D30 machines, depressing left or right won’t make any difference. If you depress YES button on the next window, the calibration program will start to work. If you depress NO, calibration process won’t be performed. After the calibration process, the machine will go to Machine Zero position, i.e. the machine goes to zero point and the image below will appear on the screen. Remove the part within the block whose cutting has been completed and measure the necessary points by using the digital compass provided with the machine, as shown in the image and enter the measured value in the blank in “Measured” section. The values on the left show those required to be. You must enter these values separately for both Z and Y thicknesses and when you depress OK after entering the values; the system will automatically calibrate itself. If you want to be sure about the appropriateness of the calibration, you can try to do the calibration process once more. But usually you won’t need that. In the window on the side, you can see whether the point, whose coordinate system you are calibrating, is the left or the right. After you complete the calibration of both the left and right part of your machine, your machine is now ready for cutting parts.


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YENAMAK CNC CONTROL PANEL 2-1- SECTIONS IN THE CONTROL MAIN SCREEN AND THEIR FUNCTIONS

Fig.2.1.1 The main screen of Yenamak CNC software is as in fig.2.1.1. In this part, you can see the axis movements with Jog Control section. For operator users, these sections have been limited to prevent any wrong use. Access is only granted to the authorized personnel.


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Fig.2.1.3 is on the top left hand side of the control interface. It shows how far the axis movements are away from the selected offset limit. When you click on “Work” on top right handside, it changes to “Machine” and this shows the current position of the machine with respect to the machine zero. Fig.2.1.3 In Fig.2.1.4, you can see the spindle constant speed, spindle turn buttons and progress bar. When the program is activated, this system is automatically engaged and when completed, it is automatically disengaged. However, when the program is finalized at any point, spindle continues to turn. To stop spindle, you must depress this activated button. Fig.2.1.4

Fig.2.1.5

This section allows the system to work without stopping during serial part processing. When you unclick the box, it shall stop when the next program stop instruction comes up and new part won’t be processed without a start instruction. Feed Buffer shows how much of the activated program has been taken into the PC cache memory and activated. Program Progress shows at what stage the activated program is as a bar system.

Fig.2.1.6

Fig.2.1.7

Shows the coordinate system at that moment and which tool is on the spindle edge. Yenamak machines have identified the left part as G54 and the right part as G55 for double block holder systems. In Jog Control section, manual axis movements are moved in the indicated ranges one by one or continually. Linear movements are indicated in mm, rotating axes are indicated in degrees.

Fig.2.1.8


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Fig.2.1.9

As Jog Control movements, it performs the movements of X, Y and Z axes. When SLOW button is depressed, it changes to FAST position and passes onto fast movements. When this button is depressed it reverts back to SLOW position. -X axis enables movement on the left side (-) , +X enables movement on the right side (+). -Y moves the table forward (-), +Y moves the table backward (+). +Z axis enables movement upwards (+) , -Z enables movement downwards (). Enables angular turning movement of the table movement. The numeric value on the screen is in degrees.

Fig.2.1.10

Fig.2.1.11

MDI, activates the system-recorded instructions after the machine codes are entered. When an instruction is entered, MDI button is activated and lit green and activates the entered instruction by the START button. When the button is not green, it is not activated. Changes the movements of the machine by increasing and decreasing the speed. Limits the movement of the identified movement as %.

Fig.2.1.12 START, activates the selected program or MDI instruction entered. Allows the program to operate from the selected line. FEEDHOLD, allows the operating program to stop in terms of movement. In this position, spindle and other active systems operate (air, water,...). Only movements stop. When depressed again, it resumes from where it has stopped. STOP, stops the operating program. It doesn’t resume. Since it interrupts the program, other active systems continue to operate. (Air, water, Spindle, ...) These are stopped manually.

Fig.2.1.13

POWER, ensures that the engine driving system and control unit of the machine are kept active. If POWER button is not active, machine movements cannot be provided.


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Machine Zero, sends the axes to machine zero point. Work Origin, sends the axes to part zero.

Fig.2.1.14

Custom Position, sends the axes to any preidentified position.

Fig.2.1.15

Tool Out, switches on-off the Spindle cholet system by air. Its normal position is green and in this case there must be a tool in the spindle. If pressed once, it will be red and in that case air switches on the cholet and the tool is removed. In this situation, NEVER turn the spindle.

Air notice sensor. It is red when there is no air. Tool size measurement sensor Normally it is green. Shows spindle operation status. When operates, it is red. Shows reference position. When it is in reference, it is green. MIST – Cooling air. Allows the cooling of the cutting tool and clearing of the cut parts from the surface. Activated with M7 instruction within the program and ended with M9. FLOOD – Cooling water. Cools down the cutting tool and facilitates the cutting process in metal cuttings according to the nature of the part. The tank section is underneath the machine and must be filled in the recommended quantity. Activated with M8 instruction within the program and ended with M9. LIGHT – Lighting within the cabinet. Automatically switches on when the machine system is turned on. When the software is shut down, it automatically switches off. VACUUM - The hose at the back of the machine is connected to a vacuum line. The control is performed from here or it is automatically controlled within the program. Allows the removal of the dust that gathers within the cabinet. Activated with M64 P3 instruction within the program and ended with M65 P3.


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2-2- MENUS ON CONTROL

2-2-1- FILE

OPEN: Opens the folder in which the machine files coming from the Cam computer are copied. The folder to be activated must have an NGC extension. The file is opened by selecting from here and displayed in G Code Editor page. SAVE: Used to save any change in the program opened in G Code Editor page. The file is saved in its final state as recorded. BATCH JOBS: Multiple file identification is performed and activates the programs defined with every job order.


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By Add Line, lines as much as required is added. Mouse is clicked on these lines and the program is selected from the opened program folder. The active line is deleted by clicking on Delete line. When Delete All is clicked, all lines displayed on the window are deleted. By Move Selected Job, the process order is identified for multiple jobs identified. By Check File the selected programs are checked and possible errors in program line are checked. By Check All, errors are checked in all identified programs. By Close this page is closed. By Start Job the identified programs are activated. By Save and Close this process is recorded and saved to be activated later on. In here, the process first activates the program with line no1 and when ended, the machine activates the program in the next line. This process continues as long as the identified program and stops after the final process. AUTO TOOL LENGTH CHECK: periodically Measures the tool size within the identified period. This measurement process also considers a certain distance range. If the distance is within this range, the program resumes; if not, it thinks the tool has been broken and by taking the spare tool, it goes back as much as an identified time and starts the program from there. ENABLE eMAIL / SMS: If the necessary e-mail accounts are set on the machine, and the internet connection of the machine is provided, in certain cases the software sends information such as job end, file completion, restart, failure, tool change and program end identified to the identified mail account.

LOG IN / LOG OUT: It is an application identified with a parametric code to the system control program and with a special code entered by the authorized service for other settings. When these codes are entered, special service sections are opened and movement and ability limitations are eliminated. If the machine is used by a person other than authorized personnel, this may cause disruption in your machine’s settings and failures and problems in the system. In this section, only for the user access is granted by the password 1234 that enables movement of X and Y axes. By Log in the password is entered. Then by log out, the system is reverted back to its former state.


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EXIT: Closes Yenamak Kontrol software and the drivers get back to free state. When you restart the program, wait for the POWER button to flash and depress POWER button. Position the drivers to ON and by following the steps that will appear on the window, send your machine to the reference point. After each open-close process of the software, the machine must go to the reference. If you operate the machine before the machine goes to the reference, this may cause problems.

2-2-2- EDIT G Code: This is the position in which the program is opened. the program lines and movements can e monitored. You can make arrangements in program lines. Tool Table: It is an arrangement page for servicing purposes such as changing tools, position and sizes of the tools. Work Offset: It is the place where the coordinates of the parts to be processed are written. The values of the coordinate systems from G54 to G59 are available for each axis. It is for servicing purposes and access to user is not granted. Find: It is finding a line within a program opened in G Code page. Find Next: It is searching for the line required to be searched within the program, in the next line. 2-2-3- DIAGNOSTICS AND SETUP The access to this section is limited for the user. It is activated when the authorized personnel allows access. The explanations section is provided in service user documents. 2-2-4- MAPPING The access to this section is limited for the user. It is activated when the authorized personnel allows access. It is the setting parameter service in which the electrical data access-exit of the machine system are defined. The explanations section is provided in service user documents.


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2-3- JOG CONTROL The features of this section have been explained in the previous sections. But the details for several processes are as follows:

Measure Tool

It is used to measure the cutting tool on the spindle end. When this button is depressed, a window that asks you which tool you want to measure appears and when you select YES, the machine moves onto the preset tool measurement sensor and measures the tool by moving downwards and compares the values with the reference tool and prints the difference in tool values table. Even if you use tools with different sizes, during program processing, this difference is considered before performing the process. When the measurement process is completed, you will see a notice that the process is in progress.

Replace Tool

It is used to replace the old or broken cutting tips. When you use this function, the system automatically enters the values indicated for tool life in the values in tool library. Otherwise, when you replace the tools manually, these values won’t change and even though you change the cutting tool, the machine will continue processing over the former lives. This function is beneficial for you to use the machine in the right way and decreases the chances of making errors. The process is explained in the figures below: When you depress tool button, the window below shall appear. If there is any tool that you want to replace, select the group number and material type and press replace tool button below the figure.


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Then the window above will appear. It will ask you to take the old tool that you want to replace to the spindle tip. If the tool you selected is already on the spindle, this question will be passed.

Otherwise, it will go and take the old tool you selected from its place. After the tool to be replaced is taken, the window above will appear. Here, you will be asked to send the machine to the reference point so that the cover will be opened. Here, select YES and send the machine to the reference point.

After you see the figure above, the machine that has gone to the reference point is ready for tool replacement after the cover is opened. When you see this figure, pres Tool Out button and take the tool from the spindle and replace it with a new one. After you fix the new tool, press OK in the figure above. Now the replaced tool is ready for measurement and will ask you to measure the new tool. Pres OK and cause the tool to be measured. Your tool has now been entered into the table with new values.


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OPERATING THE PROGRAM

In the figure above, you can see G Code Editor page in screen menu. In here, the folder in which the file is saved is opened by open file and the required program is selected. The selected program is displayed in the main page, then by pressing Check For Errors button, it is checked whether there is any problem within the program. If it is certain which tools the program to be processed will use before operating the program, these tools and their positions must be checked and the appropriate block should have been connected. If everything is OK, operate the program by pressing START button. It is also possible to stop the operating program at any stage at the user’s option. This is usually the case when the tool is broken. In these cases, the program can be operated from a required certain line. The line number that has been stopped is recorded and after the necessary arrangements are done, the line number of the program is found to enable the program resume. When the program is open, the file is scanned against errors by Check For Error and the required line is selected completely and START button is depressed. In here a warning “Start From Selected Line“ will appear. If you select YES, the program will automatically scan the program and resume. IF you select NO, “Start From at the Beginning” will appear and by pressing YES, you may restart the program. In here, we recommend you to start slightly above the line you are at. Your program will continue and when completed, the machine goes to the reference point and all the other operating systems are shut down automatically. You may also make changes in any line or instruction within the program on open program page, and in this case you may save the change by selecting SAVE.


YENA MAKİNA

ELECTRIC and SERVO CONNECTIONS

YENA – SUPPORT 2010


L N PE YELLOW/GREEN TERMINAL GROUP

BLUE TERMINAL GROUP

WHITE TERMINAL GROUP

F2 2.5A

LINE FILTER

DC 24 VOLTS SWITCHED POWER SUPPLY

F1 10A

M

M SERVO CONTROL PANEL

I/O CONTROL CARD

SYSTEM COMPUTER

TOUCH PANEL MONITOR

CABINE COOLANT FANS

S1

F3 4A

L

N

PE

BLACK TERMINAL GROUP

0 V (GND)

AC 220 VOLTAGE RED TERMINAL GROUP

24V

SECTION

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MAIN UNIT SUPPLY DRAIN BY

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I/O CONTROL CARD ( INPUT/OUTPUT ) FP1 1

2

3

FP2 4

1

2

3 4

5

7

8

2

1

3

4

P2

FP5

FP3 6

5

6

1

2

3 4

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

5

V1

V2

V3

V4

1 2 3

1 2 3

1 2 3

1 2 3

P4

P5 5V GND

CN13

FP4

CN10

CN14

CN13

(FRONT PANEL) STOP BUTTON

(FRONT PANEL) START BUTTON

AIR MIST SPRAY RELAY

SPINDLE SEALING RELAY

TOOL OUT DRAWBAR RELAY

SERVO CONTROL PANEL

OIL MIST RELAY

M

DC 5 VOLTAGE SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY (OPTIONAL)

COOLANT LIQUID MOTOR

8

9

CABINE WORK LAMP 9 PINS D-SUB MALE CONNECTOR

SECTION

YENADENT ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM

SPINDLE

(FRONT PANEL) DOOR OPEN SECURITY RELAY

CN14

(FRONT PANEL) ACK BUTTON

K2

CN7

(TOOL MAGAZINE) TOOL MEASURE - NC

(PNEUMATIC GROUP) AIR PRESSURE - NO

(FRONT PANEL) COVER BUTTON

R

CN10

CN7

K1

I/O CONTROL CARD DRAIN BY

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SERVO CONTROL PANEL ENCODER

MOTOR

ENCODER

MOTOR

5 6 8

CN9

BLACK BLUE

BROWN

B AXIS ( OPTIONAL) CN5

SUPERVISOR I/O CONTROLLER CNC-SK-2310

6 8

CN9

BROWN

WHITE

6 8

CN9

BROWN

WHITE

BROWN

WHITE

B AXIS

B AXIS HOME PROXIMITY SWITCH

(OPTIONAL)

A AXIS HOME MAGNETIC SWITCH

A AXIS

A AXIS ENCODER

MOTOR

ENCODER

6 8

CN9

MOTOR

ENCODER

MOTOR

6 8

CN9

Z AXIS HOME SWITCH

Z AXIS

Y

AXIS HOME SWITCH

Z AXIS

Y AXIS

CN3

BROWN

WHITE

X

AXIS HOME SWITCH

X AXIS Y AXIS MOTOR

CN15

CN8 1 2 34

4 12 13 1 22 3 4 5 6 27 83 11

SPINDLE CN7 CN10 CN13 CN14 CN6-FP4 CN7,CN10, CN13,CN14, FP4

COMMUNICATION CABLE X AXIS

LDCN 1250

I/O CONTROL CARD (SEE PAGE 2) AUTO

(FRONT PANEL) RESET BUTTON

(FRONT PANEL) AUTO / TEST

HOME POSSITION SWITCH

DISPLAY VGA CONNECTION

TEST (FRONT PANEL) EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON

SYSTEM COMPUTER TOUCH PANEL USB CONNECTION

17" TOUCH PANEL MONITOR

Jager SPINDLE 1 kW 60.000 rpm

SECTION

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SYSTEM SERVO COMMUNICATION

SERVO CONTROL PANEL (SEE PAGE 3)

LDCN 1250

PCI CARD

KEYBOARD

I 0

220 VOLT POWER LINE (SEE PAGE 1)

VGA MONITOR CONNECTION

TOUCH PANEL USB CABLE

17" TOUCH PANEL MONITOR

USB CONNECTORS

MOUSE

NETWORK CONNECTION

SECTION

220 VOLT POWER LINE (SEE PAGE 1)

YENADENT ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM

SYSTEM COMPUTER DRAIN BY

PAGE

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SECTION

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SERVO MOTOR CONNECTIONS DRAIN BY

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YENA MAKİNA

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM CONNECTIONS

YENA – SUPPORT 2010


I/O CONTROL CARD (SEE PAGE 2)

THE AMOUNT OF OIL ADJUSTMENT SCREW

V1,V2,V3,V4 PNEUMATIC VALVE RELAYS

V2 V3

V1 V4

ATTENTION !!! USE DRY AIR 8FESTO 10

6 4

FESTO

FESTO

12

2

14 0

Ø 8mm

16

AIR PRESSURE SENSOR LIMITED min 5 BAR

FESTO

MAIN AIR INPUT Min 6 BAR Ø 12mm

40 Ø 6mm

1

2

RELEASE VALVE

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM OILER TANK

Ø 6mm

3 WAY SPLITTER

Ø 6mm TOOL OUT (DRAWBAR) Ø 6mm

Ø 6mm

Ø 6mm min

PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT KNOBS

Ø 6mm

SPINDLE SEALING

AIR COOLANT SPRAY MIST

AIR PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT KNOB

SPINDLE POWER CONNECTOR

max

OIL IS REQUIRED FOR PNEUMATIC SYSTEM ( 2 ) THE AMOUNT OF OIL ADJUSTMENT SCREW SHOULD BE SET 1 DROP PER 10 MINUTES

Jager

WATER DISCHARGE TANK. ( 1 ) EMPTY IT WHEN FILLED WITH WATER USING RELEASE VALVE

RECOMMENDED COMPRESSOR CAPASITY IS 240 lt/min ATLAS COPCO GX2 OR EQUIVALENT

SPINDLE MOTOR

RECOMMENDED OIL IS SHELL MORLINA C-10 OR EQUIVALENT

Y AXIS BLOCK COOLANT

AIR - MIST

OIL - MIST (OPTIONAL) SECTION

YENADENT PNEUMATIC LINE DIAGRAM

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I/O CONTROL CARD (SEE PAGE2)

P2

MOTOR POWER CABLE WATER PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT KNOB min

max

Ø 8mm

COOLANT WATER PUMP MOTOR 220V 50Hz/60Hz 0.57/0.65A 0.1KW 2850/3200 RPM

COOLANT WATER

TANK FILTER

CLEAN THE FILTER PERIODICALLY IF IT IS DIRTY

FOR SPEACIAL MATERIAL CUTTING USE THE WATER MIXED WITH APPROPRIATE CUTTING OIL TOTAL MAX. VOLUME SHOULD BE 20 lt.

COOLANT WATER TANK CAPASITY 20 lt.

SECTION

YENADENT COOLANT WATER DIAGRAM

COOLANT WATER SYSTEM DRAIN BY

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YENA MAKİNA

MECHANICAL DRAWINGS D40

YENA – SUPPORT 2010


14

11 12

10 5

13

4 2

6 7

1 9

8

ITEM NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

ASSEMBLY NAME

QTY.

D40 TABLE D40 BASE PLATE D40 OPERATOR PANEL D40 Y AXIS D40 Y AXIS CARRIER D40 X AXIS D40 X AXIS CARRIER D40 Z AXIS CARRIER D40 Z AXIS D40 ROTARY TABLE D40 MAIN COVER D40 KEY PANEL D40 POWER PANEL D40 FRONT COVER

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MATERIAL

PIECE

Yena Makina San. Tic. Ltd. Şti. Keyap Çarşı Sit. No:132 Y.Dudullu Ümraniye / İSTANBUL Tel:+90 216 314 19 94 Fax:+90 216 364 65 26 www.yena.com

DATE

07.08.2007

DRAWN

YENA SUPPORT

CHECKED

Ilhami DEMIR

D40 MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

COMMENTS:

NEXT ASSY

USED ON

COLOR

THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF YENA MAKINA SAN TIC LTD STI.

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:30

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 1 OF 10


12 19 16 9

11

18

6 21 20 10 1

17 14 15

5

3

4

7 22 8

2

ITEM NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

13

PART NAME

QTY.

ynd_611 base table YND_628 400mm telescop raill YND 459 D40 DRAWER COVER YND 460 D40 DRAWER YND_617 handle 128mm YND_628 400mm telescop rail YND 458 D40 TABLE FRONT COVER YND 465 D40 TABLE GROUNDING YND 463 D40 TABLE SIDE COVER YND 464 D40 TABLE BACK COVER YND 462 D40 DRAWER HOLDER RIGHT YND 461 D40 DRAWER HOLDER LEFT YND_633 table treadle YND 495 D40 water tank YND 495-1 water tank YND 496 D40 water tank cover YND 495-2 water tank YND_615 handle 128mm for water tank YND_154 water pump 220v YND 440 D40 SILO ynd_610 granite plate YND 481 D40 WATER TANK HOLDER

1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 2 1 4 1 1

MATERIAL

PIECE

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DATE

07.08.2007

DRAWN

YENA SUPPORT

CHECKED

Ilhami DEMIR

D40 MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

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TABLE

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:25

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 2 OF 10


ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

YND 473 D40 OPERATOR PANEL BASE

1

2

YND 467 D40 OPERATOR PANEL FRONT 17 INCH

1

3

YND 475 D40 OPERATOR PANEL COVER

1

4

YND_150 keyboard

1

5

YND 466 D40 OPERATOR PANEL MONITOR SIDE 17 INCH

1

6

YND 472 D40 OPERATOR PANEL BACK 17 INCH MONITOR

1

7

YND 470 D40 KEYBOARD MONTAGE

1

8

YND_617 handle 128mm

1

9

1

10 11

YND 474 D40 OPERATOR PANEL POWER FLANGE YND_106 rj45 socket ynd_160 9 pin d-sub female

12

YND_149 power switch unit

1

13

YND 480 D40 MOUSE PLATFORM 2

1

14

YND 476 D40 MOUSE TABLE

1

15

YND_630 250mm telescop rail

2

16

YND_630 250mm telescop raill

2

17

YND 477 D40 MOUSE PLATFORM

1

18 19 20

YND_123 usb port YND 471 USB HOLDER ynd_158 17 il777a monitor

1 1 1

21

YND 469 MONITOR HOLDER DOWN

2

ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

ynd_610 granite plate

1

2

ynd 318 d40 winkel

2

1 1

7

1

9 11

5

3

4

10

2

12

19

21

18

20

8

MATERIAL

PIECE

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6

13

14

16

15

2 1

DATE

07.08.2007

DRAWN

YENA SUPPORT

CHECKED

Ilhami DEMIR

D40 MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

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17

BASE PLATE OPERATOR PANEL

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:20

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 3 OF 10


ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

ynd 302 d40 y axis profile 607mm

1

2

ynd_642 y axis hsr20-r rail 580l

2

3

ynd_639 y axis ball screew btk 2505 500l h2

1

4

YND_637 x and y axis bellows

2

5

ynd 315 d40 x axis 400w panasonic motor flange

1

6

ynd_618 stopper

1

7

ynd 327 d40 y axis neg stopper part

1

8

YND_145 d40 limit sw

1

9

YND 478 D40 Y AXIS BELLOWS PART FRONT

1

10

YND 420 D40 Y AXIS PROFILE COVER

1

11

YND_603 fk15 base

1

10

12

YND_605 couplin 40-65.S

1

13

YND_155 panasonic motor 400w

1

1

ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

YND_604 hsr20-r block

4

2

ynd 304 d40 y axis rail block flange

1

3

ynd 312 d40 xy axis btk 2505 nut flange

1

4

ynd_644 btk 2505 2.6 zz

1

5

YND 452 D40 SW PART

1

6

YND 438 D40 Y AXIS DUST PROTECT PART

2

4

7

2

1

8

YND 442 D40 Y AXIS BELLOWS PART ynd_618 stopper

9

YND 478 D40 Y AXIS BELLOWS PART FRONT

2

4 8 3 2 6 9 7

5 11 12 13

2 3 6 7

1

MATERIAL

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9

8

DATE

07.08.2007

DRAWN

YENA SUPPORT

CHECKED

Ilhami DEMIR

D40 MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

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5

Y AXIS Y AXIS CARRIER

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:10

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 4 OF 10


ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

ynd 301 d40 x axis profile 720mm

1

2

ynd_641 x axis hsr20-r rail 880mm

2

3

YND_637 y axis bellows

2

4

ynd_638 x axis ball screew btk 2505 700l h2

1

5

YND 437 D40 X AXIS CABLE CANAL PART

1

6

YND 424 D40 X AXIS DUST PROTECT PART

1

7

YND_145 d40 limit swy

1

8

ynd 324 d40 x axis stopper holder

1

9

ynd_618 stopper

1

10

ynd 315 d40 x axis 400w panasonic motor flange

1

11

YND_603 fk15 base

1

12

YND_605 couplin 40-65.S

1

13

YND_155 panasonic motor 400w

1

5 1 8 9 4

3 7

10 2 11 12 13 6 SCALE 1:15

ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

YND_604 hsr20-r block

4

2

ynd 303 d40 x axis rail block flange

1

3

ynd 312 d40 xy axis btk 2505 nut flange

1

4

ynd_644 btk 2505 2.6 zz

1

5

YND 452 D40 SW PART

1

6

YND 429 D40 X AXIS BELLOWS PART

2

7

YND 428 D40 Z AXIS CABLE CANAL CARRIER

1

8

ynd 322 d40 x axis stopper part

1

9

ynd_618 stopper

1

10

YND 428-2 D40 Z AXIS DUST PART

1

8

4

1

7

6 2

5

3 9

10 SCALE 1:10

MATERIAL

PIECE

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DATE

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DRAWN

YENA SUPPORT

CHECKED

Ilhami DEMIR

D40 MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

COMMENTS:

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X AXIS X AXIS CARRIER

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:10

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 5 OF 10


ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

ynd 305 d40 z axis plate

1

2

ynd_643 z axis hsr20-r rail 482l

2

3

ynd_636 z axis bellows

2

4

ynd 317 d40 z axis fix flange

1

5

YND_156 panasonic motor 400w brake

1

6

ynd 316 d40 z axis motor flange

1

7

ynd_640 z axis ball screew btk 2505 450l h2

1

8

YND_601 5m30 d3 14 pulley for z axis motor

1

9 10 11 12 13

YND 427 D40 Z AXIS BELT COVER YND 431 D40 Z AXIS CABLE TERMINAL YND_157 Z45 JAGER SPINDLE YND 435 D40 Z AXIS BELLOWS PART BUTTOM ynd 326 d40 z axis stopper holder

1 1 1 1 1

14

ynd_618 stopper

2

15

ynd 321 d40 z axis stopper holder buttom

1

16

ynd_650 5m 430 15mm belt for z axis

1

17

YND_602 5m30 d3 14 pulley for z axis ballscreew

1

18 19 20

YND_603 fk15 base YND_145 d40 limit swz ynd 319 d40 air valve flange

1 1 2

21

YND_146 pizatto sr bd actuator manyetik

1

22 23

YND_706 valve ynd 310 d40 jager spindle z45 flange

2 1

24 25 26 27 28 29

YND 430 D40 SPINDLE COVER YND 484 D40 valve holder YND 482 D40 Z cover buttom YND 436 D40 vacuum flange YND 483 D40 silicon holder ynd_635vacuum silicone

21 8 16 6 4 5 1 ? 22 25

9 17 18 3 13 14 7 2

10

15

24 20 23 27 29

26 28 12 19

SCALE 1:12

1 1 1 1 4 1

2 4 7 ITEM NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

PART NAME

QTY.

ynd 313 d40 z axis btk 2505 nut flange ynd_644 btk 2505 2.6 zz YND_604 hsr20-r block ynd 307 d40 z axis rail block flange YND 432 D40 Z AXIS DUST PROTECT PART YND 433 D40 Z AXIS BELLOWS PART ynd 323 d40 z axis neg stopper part ynd 320 5 axis d40 z axis sw part

1 1 4 1 2 2 1 1

5

8 1

3

6

SCALE 1:8

MATERIAL

PIECE

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DATE

07.08.2007

DRAWN

YENA SUPPORT

CHECKED

Ilhami DEMIR

D40 MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

COMMENTS:

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Z AXIS CARRIER Z AXIS

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:8

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 6 OF 10


ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY. 1

2

ynd 338 d40 rotary support flange ynd_645 6204.2zr bearing

1

3

ynd_646 50x25x10 felt

1

4

1

7

ynd 331 d40 support flange YND 439 D40 ROTARY BEARING COVER ynd 337 d40 hfus - 14 - 100 - 2uh adaptor YND_152 a axis harmonic

1

8

ynd_647 55x70x8 felt

1

9

YND_155 panasonic motor 400w

1

10

1

17

ynd 329 d40 rotary base flange ynd 336 d40 hfus14- panasonic 400w motor flange YND 456 D40 ROTARY MAGNET FLANGE YND_108 a axis proxi magnet ynd 330 d40 rotary harmanic base flange YND 457 D40 ROTARY BUTTOM YND 455 D40 ROTARY COVER UPPER YND_143 pg36 rekor

18

YND_108 a axis proxi

1

19

ynd 334 d40 atc base 10

1

20

YND_634 tool holder

10

1

5 6

11 12 13 14 15 16

1 1

1 1 1 1 1

YND_145 d4030 tool sw

1 1

24

ynd 339 d40 tool lenght part top ynd 340 d40 tool lenght part buttom ynd_648 din 471 a10

1

25

ynd_649 5 17,5x2,5 oring

1

26 27

YND 485 ATC CABLE COVER ynd 333 d40 rotary base table ynd 341 d40 10mm tool holder upper ynd 342 d40 10mm tool holder buttom 10mm blok ynd 345 d40 14mm tool holder upper ynd 346 d40 14mm tool holder buttom 14mm blok

1 1

29 30 31 32 33

2 4 3 1 6

17 15 13 12

1

10 8

14 18 7

1 1 1 1

DATE

07.08.2007

DRAWN

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CHECKED

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COMMENTS:

USED ON

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1

PIECE

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1

MATERIAL

Yena Makina San. Tic. Ltd. Şti. Keyap Çarşı Sit. No:132 Y.Dudullu Ümraniye / İSTANBUL Tel:+90 216 314 19 94 Fax:+90 216 364 65 26 www.yena.com

22 25 23 24 21 26

3331 32 19 20

1

22

28

28

1

21 23

30 29 27 5

COLOR

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ROTARY TABLE

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:10

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 7 OF 10


5 25 33 31 34 12 26 7 2 15 10 24 23

3 30 14 6

4 8 11 22

16 27 19 21 9 17 32 18 36 29 35 20 13 28 1 ITEM NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

YND 401 D40 RIGHT PANEL YND 405 D40 UPPER PANEL YND 406 D40 BACK COVER YND 407 D40 BACK BUTTOM PANEL YND 402 D40 LEFT PANEL YND 413 D40 VACUUM COVER YND 409 D40 COVER UPPER SERVICE COVER YND 410 D40 MOTOR SERVICE COVER YND 412 D40 FRONT SERVICE COVER YND_614 back cover handle YND_135 9x9 fan filter YND_131 12x12 fan 220v YND 419 D40 MIDDLE SHEET METAL YND 422 D40 ELECTRIC CHASSIS YND 416 D40 MIDDLE UPPER SHEET PART YND_629 700mm telescop rail YND 421 D40 COVER SW MONTAGE PLATE YND 417 D40 WINKEL COVER RIGHT YND 418 D40 WINKEL COVER LEFT YND 425 D40 WINKEL COVER UPPER RIGHT YND 426 D40 WINKEL COVER UPPER LEFT ynd_631 side plexi window YND_702 pneumatic valve group YND_101 control unit YND_701 air dryer YND_132 12x12 fan grill YND 403 D40 COVER FRONT PANEL YND_143 pg36 rekor YND 479 D40 Y AXIS BELLOWS PART BACK YND 423 D40 ELECTRIC CHASSIS UPPER YND_146 pizatto sr bd actuator manyetikk YND_147 pizzato cover switch YND 486 FLORESCENT HOLDER ynd_165 fluoresant 24v YND 487 D40 Y AXIS MOTOR COVER LEFT YND 488 D40 Y AXIS MOTOR COVER RIGHT MATERIAL

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QTY .

PART NAME

DATE

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1

07.08.2007

DRAWN

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MAIN COVER

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:25

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 8 OF 10


8

6

7 ITEM NO.

PART NAME

QTY.

1

YND_148 emergency stop button

1

2 3 4

YND 404 D40 KEY PANEL SHEET PART YND 415 D40 KEY PANEL PROTECT PART ynd_144 lighting button

1 1 5

5

YND_137 key button

1

6

YND_142 pg21 rekor

1

7

YND_138 pg9 rekor

1

8

YND_141 pg16 rekor

1

2 5 1

4

3

SCALE 1:10

ITEM NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6

PART NAME

QTY.

YND 411 D40 POWER PANEL PART YND_149 power switch unit YND_123 usb port ynd_160 9 pin d-sub female YND_106 rj45 socket YND 471 USB HOLDER

1 1 2 1 1 2

3 6 5 4 1 2

SCALE 1:4

4 ITE M NO.

6 PART NAME

QTY.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

YND 408 D40 FRONT COVER YND 408-U D40 FRONT COVER YND_616 handle 320mm YND_629 700mm telescop raill YND 414 D40 FRONT COVER DUST PROTECT PART ynd_632 front window plexi ynd_164 pizzato cover switch key ynd 325 d40 cover sw flange

1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1

9

YND 434 D40 COVER DUST PART

1

8 7

9 5 3 1

SCALE 1:17

MATERIAL

PIECE

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DATE

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DRAWN

YENA SUPPORT

CHECKED

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KEY PANEL POWER PANEL FRONT COVER

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:17

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 9 OF 10


ITE M NO.

PART NAME

QTY .

1

ynd 306 d40 z axis plate 5 axis

1

2

ynd_643 z axis hsr20-r rail 482l

2

3

ynd_636 z axis bellows

2

4

ynd 317 d40 z axis fix flange

1

5

YND_156 panasonic motor 400w brake

1

6

ynd 316 d40 z axis motor flange

1

7

ynd_640 z axis ball screew btk 2505 450l h2

1

8

YND_601 5m30 d3 14 pulley for z axis motor

2

9

YND 427 D40 Z AXIS BELT COVER

1

10

ynd 326 d40 z axis stopper holder

1

11

ynd_618 stopper

1

12

ynd_650 5m 430 15mm belt for z axis

1

13

YND_603 fk15 base

1

14

YND_146 pizatto sr bd actuator manyetik

1

15

YND_153 b axis harmonic

1

16

YND_151 b axis proxi

1

17

ynd 311 d40 jager spindle z45 flange 5 axis

1

18

YND_157 Z45 JAGER SPINDLE

1

19

YND 443 D40 5 AXIS Z COVER

1

20

YND_145 d40 limit swzx

1

24

ynd 328 d40 z axis buttom stopper 5 axis

1

25

YND_651 D40 Z AXIS STOPPER

3

26

YND 445 BALLUF PROXI METAL

1

27

YND 491 5 AXIS SW COVER

1

28

YND 450 5 AXIS HARMONIC CABLE COVER

1

31

YND 444 5 AXIS SW CABLE COVER

1

34

YND 489 5 AXIS Z FELT COVER

1

35

YND 446 5 AXIS PIPE HOLDER

1

36

YND_706 valve

2

37

ynd 319 d40 air valve flange

2

MATERIAL

PIECE

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31 5 4 6 14 9 12 13 8 1 7 10 11 3 2

18

27 28 24

19 37 35 36

DATE

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DRAWN

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34 16 15 26 25 17

5. AXIS (OPTIONAL)

SIZE

A

PART NAME

SCALE:1:10

WEIGHT:

D40 FULL

REV. SHEET 10 OF 10


CERTIFICATE EC Manufacturer Declaration of Conformity We , Yena Makina San. ve Tic. Ltd Sti. located at Keyap Carsi Sitesi H1 Blok No:132 Y.Dudullu - Istanbul - Turkey. Tel : +90 216 314 19 94 Fax :+90 216 364 65 26 Declare that the machinery described : Yenamak D50 Milling Machine 1. Make : Yena Makina San. ve Tic. Ltd. Sti. 2. Exporter : Isel Dis. Tic. A.S. 3. Brand : Yenamak 4. Model no: D50 5 AXIS 5. Quantitiy : 1 set 6. Machine Serial No : D0904091 7. Year of Manufacture : 2009 Confirm to the following directives : EC – machines – guideline EC – low voltage – guideline EC, EMV – guideline

98/37/EC 73/23/EEC 89/336//EEC

Use the following standarts :

1.

DIN EN 12100 parts 1 and 2-2003 Safety of machines, basic principle, General design basic principles

6.

DIN EN 954-1996 Safety drawee parts of controls

2.

DIN EN 294-1992 Safe distances against reaching of danger places with the upper limbs

7.

DIN EN 60 204 part 1-1997 Electrical equipment of industrial machinery General requirements

3.

DIN EN 349-1993 Safety of machines:Minimum distances to this one Avoidance of squeezing parts of the body

8.

EN 61326: 97+ A1: 98 +A2:01 +A3: 03 Interfering voltage(limiting value class A) Interference immunity

4.

DIN EN 418-1992 Safety of machines: Need—facilities, functional aspects, design basic principles

9.

DIN EN 61000-6-3-06/2005 Electromagnetic compatibility Generic standard disturbing emission Share 1: Lining quarter, business and trade areas as well as small enterprises

5.

DIN EN 953-1997 General requirements on the design and construction of separate safeguards

10. DIN EN 55016-2-1- 05/2006 Examine and measurement procedure of the interference immunity

And comply with relevant essential health and safety requirements. The machines are in accordance with EU standarts and ―CE‖ symbol and all responsibilities about CE norms undertaken by our company. Istanbul , 28 September 2009 Nuri Yucebilgen—General Manager

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