The operator must check and clean the bar threading machine
tool every shift, and do a good job of daily maintenance to achieve neatness, cleanliness, lubrication and safety.
(1) Keep the appearance of the bar threading machine
tool neat, clean, free of yellow robes, grease, and rust. Keep machine parts and main accessories intact and clean.
(2) Keep the bar threading machine tool workplace and pedals clean and tidy. Keep each guide rail surface and sliding surface clean and lubricated; check whether each guide rail surface, work table surface and sliding surface are damaged.
(3) Maintain sufficient oil in all parts of the lubricating system, smooth oil paths, eye-catching oil marks (windows), and clean and complete lubricating equipment. Check all oil storage parts, lubrication parts and pipelines (including cooling system pipelines) for leakage.
(4) Keep electrical appliances, limit positions and interlocking devices safe and reliable.
(5) Carry out maintenance of equipment in a timely manner according to regulations and keep records. Fill out the desk hour record on time every month.
(6) It is not allowed to modify (manufacture) equipment (including accessories) without permission.
(7)Before working, check whether the condition of each rotating part of the bar threading machine tool is normal, whether the protective device is complete, whether there is any excess on the working surface, and add oil to each lubricating part. It can be operated after confirming that there is no problem.
(8)The threaded rollers must be installed securely. When adjusting and replacing the rollers, it must be stopped. When the bar threading machine tool is running, it is not allowed to reach into the bed surface to adjust the work or touch the bar threading machine tool.
(9) When setting the knife, it is not allowed to drive and tighten the screws of each part. After adjustment, tighten the nut before work.
(10)The operator’s energy must be concentrated, and the hand should leave the running part of the thread rolling to prevent the hand from being pressed.