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Delivery information of the series MVC


The Spinner company reserves the right to make changes at any time to the product without prior notification. In addition, the information contained in this delivery information can be changed without prior notification.

1 General requirements at the installation site


1.1 Electrical connection
1,6MVA (100xPnE/R-Modul in kW ) (MVC850-MVC1300) 3,6MVA (100xPnE/R-Modul in kW ) (MVC1600) Connected load: 30 kVA (MVC850-1100) Connected load: 40 kVA (MVC1300A/1600A) Connected load: 50 kVA (MVC1300B/1600B) Nominal voltage: 400 V 10% Nominal current of the safety device: 50 A (63 A VC1600) Operation current 50 A (58 A VC1600) Power supply frequency: 50/60 Hz * 2 Hz Type of power supply, type of connection: see Chapter 2.5 Short-circuit power of the net (SK-net):
*60 Hz only with the 60 Hz transformer option in the electric cabinet

1.2 Pneumatic connection


Max. supply pressure: Normal supply pressure Min. supply pressure: Control voltage of the valves: Compressed air quality: 8 bar 6 bar 5-6 bar 24 V DC Quality class 2 according to PNEUROP 6611

THE MAINTENANCE UNIT FOR THE PNEUMATIC SYSTEM WITH WATER SEPARATOR AND OIL MIST LUBRICATOR IS A SAFETY ELEMENT AND PROTECTS THE MACHINE ASSEMBLIES CONNECTED AFTER THIS UNIT FROM WEARING OUT. HOWEVER, THIS MAINTENANCE UNIT DOES NOT REPLACE A CENTRAL COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLY WITH A CENTRAL DRAIN AND DRYING SYSTEM TO BE PROVIDED BY THE USER.

1.3 Other environmental conditions


Temperature T: Relative humidity: Temperature variation: Floor: Load on floor: Foundation: Room height: 15C < T < 35C 70% at 20C < 5C Level concrete At least 2000 kg/m Not required for a concrete floor with the properties listed above; required for anchoring machine to the floor At least 2,5 m (3 m is recommended)

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THE GUARANTEED WORKING PRECISION AND RELIABILITY OF THE MACHINE CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED WHEN EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE INFLUENCES SUCH AS DIRECT HEAT OR SUNLIGHT, COLD AIR, VIBRATIONS OR SHAKING FROM OTHER PRODUCTION UNITS IN THE IMMEDIATE VICINITY ARE AVOIDED. IF THE PRECISION REQUIREMENTS ARE INCREASED FOR THE MACHINE, THEN IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN A CONSTANT ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE AND ISOLATE THE SURFACE ON WHICH THE MACHINE IS INSTALLED FROM EXTERNAL INFLUENCES. THE INSTALLATION SITE CAN SIGNIFICANTLY INFLUENCE THE NOISE EMISSIONS COMING FROM THE MACHINE DURING NORMAL OPERATION. TO PROTECT THE MACHINE OPERATOR, MAKE SURE THAT THE MACHINE IS NOT INSTALLED AT A LOCATION WHERE THERE ARE ADDITIONAL SOURCES OF NOISE OR THE NOISE LEVEL IS AMPLIFIED!

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2 Installation diagrams
2.1 Installation diagrams MVC610

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2.2 Installation diagram MVC850 - View from the top (Pick-up magazine)

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2.3 Installation diagram MVC850 - View from the top (Double arm changer)

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2.4 Installation diagram MVC850 - Front view

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2.5 Installation diagram MVC1100 - View from the top (Pick-up magazine)

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2.6 Installation diagram MVC1100 - View from the top (Double arm changer)

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2.7 Installation diagram MVC1100 - Front view

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2.8 Installation diagram MVC1300 - View from the top

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2.9 Installation diagram MVC1300 - Front view

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2.10 Installation diagram MVC1600 - Front and lateral view

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3 Foundation diagram
You must absolutely check the following measures at the machine before making the foundation!

3.1 Foundation diagram MVC610

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3.2 Foundation diagram MVC850

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3.3 Foundation diagram MVC1100

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3.4 Foundation diagram MVC1300

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3.5 Foundation diagram MVC1600

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3.6 Anchorage

Machine

Nut with washer

Locking nut Concrete Foundation hooks

Concrete Crushed stone Floor

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Model Dim. A C D E F G H I J

MVC610 200 450 250 130 100 30 250 M16 700

MVC850 200 450 220 125 100 25 250 M16 700

MVC1100 MVC1600 200 450 220 130 100 30 250 M12 700 200 450 260 145 100 45 250 M16 700

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4 Power supply types and connection information


MACHINES WITH THE SIEMENS/FANUC CONTROL SYSTEM MAY NOT BE CONNECTED TO THREE-PHASE POWER SUPPLIES WITH RESIDUAL CURRENT CIRCUIT BREAKERS! According to DIN VDE 0160/05.88 Section 6.5 it is permitted to connect the machine to a three-phase power supply without residual current circuit breakers! It is not a problem to connect the machine to a TN power supply, and you must use an isolating transformer in accordance with the instructions in SIMODRIVE 611 Project instructions Chapter 2.4.3 Connecting to a TT power supply or IT power supply (see the following circuit diagram).

4.1 Connecting to a TN power supply


Power supply

Low consumption transformer PE

1) If required, the neutral point of the low consumption transformer can be connected to TN power supply.

NE module

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4.2 Connecting to a TT power supply


Power supply

PE

Isolating transformer PE

NE module

4.3 Connecting to an IT power supply


Power supply

PE

Isolating transformer

NE module

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5 Moving the base machine


The moving of the machines depends on the type of the machine: The machines MVC610, MVC850, MVC1100 and MVC1300 can be moved with a fork lift truck with sufficient load capacity (MVC610~3,1t/MVC850~5,2t/MVC1100~6,9t/MVC1600~14,2t) and sufficient fork lengths when they are on a pallet and fixed to it. The Spinner company uses a fork lift truck having a load capacity of 16t. The length of the forks must be at least 3m. Lift the pallet with the machine on it only as high as necessary The machines MVC1600 can not be moved with a fork lift truck.
TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE: - ALLOW ONLY KNOWLEDGEABLE PERSONNEL TO MOVE AND UNLOAD THE MACHINE! - SET THE MACHINE DOWN WITH EXTREME CARE (DO NOT ALLOW TO VIBRATE)! - NOTE WHERE THE CENTER OF GRAVITY OF THE MACHINE LAYS! - MAKE SURE WHEN MOVING THE MACHINE USING A FORK LIFT THAT THE FLOORING HAS A SUFFICIENT LOAD CAPACITY (2000 KG/M)!

In addition, it is possible to move all machines of the MVC series with a crane and 2 steel cables of sufficient load capacity (observe machine weight!). Attach the transport eye hooks beforehand. To do so, remove the front panel of the cross-slide unit. Then pull the Y-telescope cover towards you after removing the corresponding mounting bolts. Two holes for mounting the eye hooks are located in the base of the machine. Two other hooks are mounted on the top of the machine column. Fasten one end of a cable to a front eye hook using a shackle, then fasten the other end in the same way to the hook in the machine column on the same machine side. Proceed in the same way on the other machine side.

MVC850 (front side) MVC1100 (front side) M30 VRS-1 -7UNC art. 108853

MVC850 (back side) MVC1100 (back side) (Eye hook according to DIN580; M30; art. 108624 )

MVC1300 (front side) MVC1600 (front side) M30 VRS-1 -7UNC art. 108853

MVC1300 (back side) MVC1600 (back side) M36 VRS-1 67UNC art. 108854

Figure 5-1: Attachment points of the transport cables

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MVC850 MVC1100

MVC1300 MVC1600

Figure 5-2: Moving the machine To transport the machines of the series MVC850 and MVC1100 you must use the special eye hooks M30 VRS-1 -7UNC, article no. 108853 fixing them in the front of the machine base. To transport the machines of the series MVC1300 and MVC1600 you must use the special eye hooks M30 VRS-1 -7UNC, article no. 108853 fixing them in the front of the machine base and the special eye hooks M36 VRS-1 -6UNC, articel no. 108854 fixing them in the rear of the machine in the machine column. The correct eye hooks can be made out by their pink colour!

DO NOT WALK UNDER SUSPENDED LOADS!

CHECK ALL EQUIPMENT USED TO MOVE THE MACHINE BY CRANE TO MAKE SURE THEY ARE UNDAMAGED AND COMPLETELY FUNCTIONAL! THE SHACKLE BOLTS MUST FIRST BE SCREWED IN ALL THE WAY AND THEN UNSCREWED ONE-HALF TURN TO PREVENT THE SHACKLES FROM BECOMING JAMMED DUE TO THE HEAVY LOAD OF THE MACHINE WHEN MOVING AND LOADING IT! AVOID HANGING THE MACHINE AT AN ANGLE WHILE MOVING! SAFE TRANSPORTATION IS THEN NO LONGER GUARANTEED AND THE MACHINE CAN BECOME DAMAGED!

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6 Table of lubricants
Lubricant point Central lubrication Supplier/ manufacturer ARAL DEA SHELL AGIP FINA FINA OPTIMOL SHELL AGIP ARAL FINA Lubricant / brand name DEGANIT BW68 NOVAN CGLP68 TONNA TX68 EXIDIA HG 68 HYDRAN G68 HYDRAN TS10 HYDO 10 MORLINA 10 ACER MV 10 VITAM GF10 VULCITE MPD 32 Type of lubricant

Slideway oil

Pneumatic unit

Light oil (hydraulic oil)

Cutting surface (cooling)

Blaser Swisslube Blasocut 2000 CF/UNI Blaser Swisslube Blasomill 10/22 AGIP AGIP AGIP ARAL ARAL SHELL ACMOS AVIA Bantleon Spindle cooling unit FINA SHELL ARAL ASTER TA/E ASTER MP aquamet TOP EP SULNIT US20 SULNIT HM-9 GARIA-TC ACMOSIT 64-20 METACON 609 HYDRAN TS46 MORLINA 46 VITAM GF46

Cutting oil for metals (general usage) Emulsion (water) (general usage) Cutting oil for metals (general usage) Cutting oil for metals (aluminum) Cutting oil for metals (general usage) Emulsion (water) (general usage) Cutting oil for metals (general usage) Cutting oil for metals (aluminum) Cutting oil for metals (aluminum) Emulsion (water) (general usage) Cutting oil for metals (aluminum) Hydraulic oil HLP46

6.1 Table of lubricant suppliers / manufacturers


ACMOS ARAL AVIA Bantleon BLASER DEA FINA KLUEBER OPTIMOL SHELL AGIP 28199 Bremen, Germany, Tel: +49-421-511415, Fax: +49-421-511415 44776 Bochum, Germany, Tel: +49-234-3150, Fax: +49-234-3152254 89077 Ulm, Germany, Tel: +49-731-399020, Fax: +49-731-399010 3415 Hasle Regsau, Swiss, Tel. +34 460 0101, Fax. +34 460 0100 80675 Munich, Germany, Tel: +49-89-589401,. Fax: +49-89-5894260 80539 Munich, Germany, Tel: +49-89-298518, Fax: +49-89-2283537 81379 Munich, Germany, Tel: +49-89-78760, Fax: +49-89-2283537 81671 Munich, Germany, Tel: +49-89-41830, Fax: +49-89-402453 44135 Dortmund, Germany, Tel: +49-231-92770, Fax: +49-231-9277377 97080 Wrzburg, Germany, Tel: +49-0931-90098145, Fax: 0931-90098169

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