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OPERATION MANUAL

EDZNCOMV08UK
ZNC drilling EDM
Unit 3, Hollingdon Depot, Stewkley Road, Soulbury, Nr.
Leighton Buzzard, Beds., LU7 0DF. England. Telephone
+44 (01525) 270261 Fax +44 (01525) 270235 E-Mail
sales@anotronic.com
Internet http://www.anotronic.com
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INDEX
1. Machine moving------------------------------------------------------------1-1
2. Installation space and environmental requirements---------------2-1
3. Machine leveling------------------------------------------------------------3-1
4. Pneumatic pump system-------------------------------------------------4-1
5. Water pressure adjustment and Explanation for other switches --5-1
6. Replacement of De-Ionised water and filter-------------------------6-1
7. Electrode installation ------------------------------------------------------7-1
8. Operating Panel ------------------------------------------------------------8-1
9. Working parameter steps ------------------------------------------------9-1
10. Operation steps----------------------------------------------------------10-1
11. Trouble shooting---------------------------------------------------------11-1
12. Maintenance -------------------------------------------------------------12-1
13. Electrode tube specification and tolerance------------------------13-1
14. ZNC Drilling EDM Machining condition-----------------------------14-1

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1. MACHINE MOVING.
1.1 Machine Lifting:
Please refer to drawing bellow, please pay attention to the rope at the 4 sides
and ensure that it is flat.
The lifting rope strength should be capable of lifting over 1000 kgs.
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1.2 MACHINE MOVING BY FORKLIFT
Please refer to drawing bellow, the forks need to extend to machine base fully.
The forklift should be capable of lifting over 1000 kgs.




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2. INSTALLATION SPACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS
2.1 Installation space

Attention:
Install the machine according to the above drawing, if the space too small, it
maybe cause poor dissipation of heat, and effect the machine operation.
The machine should be installed on stable ground, to avoid vibration.
The machine should be leveled.
Do not install in a dirty and dusty environment. Please keep the correct
distance with other machines.


900 1100 1500
2
2
3
0
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2.2 Power Supply
a The power supply should be same as this machine.
b This machine type power has 200V, 220V, 346V, 380V, 415V and 440V,
50/60Hz 3 phase, according with your local voltage. Check the electrical
specification before you install machine according to voltage on name plate,
The factory power not fluctuate more than 10% of machine power, if
factory of power unstable, we suggest installation of A.V.R. otherwise,
Anotronic Ltd cannot beheld responsible for any damage caused.
c The cable should not exceed 5M for connecting the generator to breaker
switches.
d The power supply of compressor should not be connected via the same
Breaker protecting switch.
e The breaker specification is 15A. ( 20A for 64A Generator)


2.3 Explanation for main power
The main power component with four colors R, S, T, E lines, the yellow, green
Lines should connect to ground (E), Connect to 3 phase power in sequencing.
Please make sure the voltage if same as your machine before connecting
power.
To supply this machine should be via a 15A (20A for 64A Generator) breaker.

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3. MACHINE LEVELING
After machine installation, please adjust machine pad screw to level the
machine worktable. The machine pad screw types depend on different
machine.


Machine pad
Screw
Machine pad
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4. PNEUMATIC PUMP SYSTEM




a. MC105/400V
b. BR1 RB154
c. R1 10
d. D1 ZENER
e. VCC
f. RY-DPDT
g. R3 1K
h. D3 5V1
i. R2 1K
j. EC1 470/50V



POWER
Limit switch
Vent valve
Anti-valve
Anti-valve
Direction
valve
Filter
Lubrication System
Pressure Source
Pressure meter
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5. WATER PRESSURE ADJ USTMENT AND EXPLANATION OF
OTHER SWITCHES:
5.1 Water pressure adjustment explanation

(1) Pull (a) adjustment pressure valve to adjust working liquid pressure,
Turn clockwise to increase pressure, anti-clockwise to decrease pressure.
(2) (b) is coolant working liquid adjustment pressure valve.
Before using, please turn on the coolant working liquid switch on operation
panel, then turn on adjustment valve and adjust. The proper use of coolant
working liquid can increase the working efficiency.
( c) is the pressure gage.
Generally, with a large electrode tube use low pressure. With a smaller
electrode tube, use higher pressure.
(3) (d) Lubrication oil cup. always keep full, in order to lubricate the pump
system
(4) Please use #32 air pressure oil. (The wrong lubrication oil will cause
machine damage.)
a
b
c
d
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5.2 Explanation of other switches:

A. Emergency Stop switch
B. Main Isolator: For machine main power, if the operator needs to check
inside of generator, please be turn off power to 0 Position.
C. ON switch : To start machine
OFF switch : To stop machine.

5.3 Other information :
1. On the left side of machine, there is a stainless tank, please fill De-ionised
Water.
2. At left rear of machine, there is connector for air, please connect 8~10kgs
air.
C. ON
OFF
A.
B.


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6. REPLACEMENT OF DE-IONISED WATER AND FILTER






IN OUT
Take out
direction
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7. ELECTRODE INSTALLATION
Please follow drawing to install.
(1) For electrode chuck



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(2) For collet chuck
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(3) Quick change electrode holder system (manual)





























OPERATION STEP AS BELOW:
1. Push up buckle ring.
2. Push the electrode holder up.
3. Pull down the buckle ring.
P.S. : Please make sure buckle ring is locked to the right position.





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(4) Quick change electrode holder system (Pneumatic type)


















Pneumatic type change electrode holder:
1. When you change electrode holder, Please press control switch on side of
column.

ATTENTION:
If customer uses electrode holder (electrode chuck) (0~6.3mm) that is not
produce by Anotronic Ltd / OCEAN TECHNOLOGIES this can cause the
Quick Change Electrode Holder System to leak or other problems.
Anotronic Ltd / OCEAN TECHNOLOGIES does not assume any
responsibility.
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8. OPERATING PANEL:


(1) X, Y, Z AXES COORDINATE QUICK CLEAN KEY:
This function can clear X, Y, Z presents value to zero quickly.
(2) X, Y, Z AXES DISPLAY AREA:
This area can display X, Y, Z 9999.999 value of coordinated value.
Also the special word display when displaying information.
(3) FUNCTION DISPLAY AREA:
These areas are for special function code.
It is coordinate code that matches the follow function key to display function in
use.
C C C C

C
C 1
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L The coordinate value of working surface. L0 is the machine-coordinate.
The machine head needs move to worktable I area (X+, Y+); After the
Z-axis is up to limit, to select axis direction, move this axis in a minus
direction until this axis number is displayed, it can find the
machine-coordinate. (3 axes same way.)
L1~L9 for user setting, there are 9 sets coordinated display Value
(INC=relative coordinated)

Worktable coordinate
Under L0 machine coordinate (ABS) mode condition, X,Y,Z axes are
unable to Change setting. To find the reference point: The machine head
needs to move worktable l area (X+, Y+); After the Z axis up to limit, to
Select axis direction at area 5 (x axis number blinks). Move X-
direction until X value starts to count, this means finding X axis Reference
point. Y-axis the same way.

For example:
L0 (ABS MODE) :



To press


(X axis blinks)




+Z
+Y
+X


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To move X axis (- direction)








For example
Example 1:
TEN WORK COORDINATED EXAMPLE :
(1) Multi-set workpieces, work same program, to set L1~L9 of HOME
coordinate first, then, call L1 first of workpeice, according point (2,3) (3,1)
(1,1) (2,2) (3,0) to working, after, call L2, and according to same point (five
point) to working second of workpeice.


ex.
(2,3)
(3,1)
(1,1)
(2,2)
(3,3)



000100

L1 L2 L3

L4 L5 L6


L7 L8 L9



Workpiece
Worktable
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(2) Multi-set work plane coordinate of working (Datum Ten set)
Contain machine coordinate

P2 (10,10) With Datum B
P2 (50,20) With Datum A








1. Plane A of HOME A. L (n)(0,0)(L1)
2. Plane B of HOME B. L (n)(0,0)(L2)
Datum A and Datum B of relation:
Use Plane A (Datum A) let coordinate of P1 (10,10)
Coordinate of P2 (50,20)
If use Plane B (Datum B) let coordinate of P1 (-50,-20)
Coordinate of P2 (10,10)
Multi work plane coordinate (Datum Ten)

E Working condition parameter file
F Special function, such as 1/2CENTER.


B
10,10
Plane A
P1(10,10)
Y
X
20
50
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(4) WORKING SETTING AREA:
a. EDM/XYZ (change) key and indicated lamp:
When the EDM indicator lamp on, the original X, Y, Z, display values are
present, balance, END value for Z axis.

Present Z axis value
Balance value
END value
b. MM/INCH change key and indicator lamp:
When MM indicator is on, present display value unit is mm.
When INCH indictor is on, present display value unit is Inch.
c. AUTO Z0: Z axis auto zero
When this indicator is on, there is auto wear compensation function during
working. This function is auto start by default. The indicator is on, the
machine has auto Z-axis surface return zero function during working, and
working depth arrival, the Z-axis auto up function; indicator is off, the
machine has no auto Z-axis surface return zero function during working, and
working depth arrival, the Z-axis do not auto up function, it suitable for
working blind hole.
d. EDGE/AUTO, manual / auto edge finding change key and indicator:
(press CE key to cancel.)
When EDGE indicator is on, edge finding by manual. Need matching Z.
When AUTO indicator is on, edge finding automatically at Auto Z0 =light with
Auto zero,
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e. DEPTH/WEAR depth and wear setting change key and indicator:
When the DEPTH lamp is on, display shows current or setting working depth
value.
When WEAR lamp is on, display shows current or setting working wear
value.
1. How to setting working Depth :
On control panel Depth and Wear setting key, with no indicated
or blinking light, press this key into depth setting mode, this moment key
display as .

X,Y,Z coordinate display value means:

Depth
Wear
Total Depth

2. press one more time, display each axis displays:

Flashing Number key
+ ~ +


Into WEAR setting mode each axis displays:


Flashing Number key
+ ~ +


After you finish Wear setting, it will auto jump this mode.

0 9
0 9
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3. To directly modify Wear setting, At step 1 press twice,
you can modify Wear value directly. This key displays
each axis displays:


Flashing Number key
+ ~ +

Then you can finish setting Depth / Wear set, and auto exit.
f. Setting key and indicator: Working parameter data SAVE / DEL
function: This function executes under CALL E. TABLE mode.
SAVE parameter data steps:
For example: to save parameter data.
1. Press CALL E. TABLE keythe CALL E. TABLE indicator is on, at the
same time, the function window flashes, then press once
key, the indicator lamp will light at SAVE , then
press .It will save new data in the memory.

DELETE parameter data steps:
For example: if you dont want new parameter data and return former
parameter data, steps as follows:
1. Press CALL E. TABLE key, the CALL E. TABLE indicator on, at the
same time, the function window flashes, then press twice,
indicator on at DE L , then press .It will delete present
parameter data, and return original parameter data.

Additional function:
1/2 function for finding center:
Step: (1) touch X-
(2) X. axis to zero (X axis display 0)
(3) Moving to X+with touch (another edge)
(4) To press X (near number 7)
(5) To press
(6) Moving to zero, this is center of X axis.
0 9
E0
E0
SAVE
DEL
SAVE
DEL
SAVE
DEL
SAVE
DEL
SAVE
DEL
1/2
FUNC
1/2
FUNC
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g. CALL DATUM : call and display working coordinate key(L0~L9) and
indicator: press key, function area will flash, press 0 or 1 to 9,
to the work coordinate. Then press . It can cooperate with number
key area to amend or input function.
h. CALL FUNCTION: call special function key and indicator.
When indicator is on, at starting condition. First move table looking for center
of axis to touch any side of workpeice. After pressing that axis coordinated,
Move axis direction to another side to touch workpeice, after selecting
number area axis direction, press CALL FUNCTION key, then move this axis
direction to 0.000 position , it is Center point.
For example:
The X axis finding center operation step :
To touch workpeice one sidePress To move workpeice to the other
side, touchPress Press Move X axis to 0.000, it is center.
PLEASE NOTE , make sure the electrode & workpeice are clean.
Slow down when near touching, to prevent electrode tube bending.
i. CALL E. TABLE : call working parameter data file.
When indicator is on, at starting condition.

(5) Number key input area:
X,Y,Z 1, 2, 9 etc. are HMI interface.


(6) W axis (backslide) up / down move key and indicator.
(7) Working setting display area:
a. V METER / GAP display area:
This area value is setting value for GAP voltage. It is one of the working
parameters. The value is between 00~99.
b. A METER / I.P. display area:
This area value is working peak current. It is one of working parameters.
The value is between 0~31 / 0~63 steps.
0
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c. SIZE display area
This area displays present diameter of electrode tube.

d. Material display area: Material data code
This area displays the present selected material data code. It can save 0~9,
10 kinds material. Such as :
0 steel (SKD-11)
1Stainless
2Copper
3carbide tungsten
4Aluminum
e. ON-Time display area:
This area displays the ON-Time present value. The range is 5~99.
f. OFF-Time display area:
This area displays the OFF-Time present value. The range is 5~99
g. VS display area: working voltage step display area
This area displays the present working power step. The range is 1~3.
h. C BOX display area :
Rapid capacitor steps display area. It can display range 0~H, 16 steps.

i. Feed Rate display area:
This area displays the present working axis speed rate. There are 0~99
steps that can be adjusted.
j. Stable: working stability display area:
This area display the present working stability value. The range is 0~F, 16
steps.
k. S-Feed speed of spindle display area:
This area displays the present speed of the Spindle. The range is 0~F, 16
steps.
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(8) Working parameter setting area:
a. METER KEY : reserved
b. V GAP KEY : sparking gap voltage setting key.
c. IP KEY : sparking current setting key.
d. SIZE KEY : electrode tube diameter setting key (auxiliary parameter)
e. MATERIAL KEY : material setting key.( auxiliary parameter)
f. STABLE KEY : working stability rate setting key.
g. ON-TIME KEY: working sparking ON TIME setting key.
h. OFF-TIME KEY: working sparking OFF TIME setting key.
i. VS KEY : working power energy selecting setting key.
j. C-BOX KEY: rapid capacitor setting key.
k. FEED RATE KEY: To move Z axis or working axis speed.
l. SPINDLE FEED KEY: working spindle speed setting key.
(9) WORKING KEY:
a. SPARK KEY AND INDICATOR: sparking start / stop. When
starting with lamp on.
b. SPINDLE KEY AND INDICATOR: spindle start / stop. When
starting with lamp on.

c. PUMP KEY AND INDICATOR: High pressure pump start / stop.
When starting with lamp on.
d. COOLANT KEY AND INDICATOR: coolant working liquid start /
stop. When starting with lamp on.
(10) Z AXIS UP / DOWN MOVE KEY: working axis up/down move key
and indicator.

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9. WORKING PARAMETER STEPS EXPLANATION:
Figure Explanation Steps
V GAP
Setting working Gap
range.
0 ~99
IP
Setting working current
range.
0 ~31
0 ~63 (Optional)
SIZE
Electrode tube diameter 0 ~3.0
0.0 ~6.3(Optional)
Material
Material 0 ~9: 10 steps ; It can save
10 kinds material.
Stable
Working stability 0 ~F: 16 steps
ON-Time
ON-Time 5 ~99: 95 steps
OFF-Time
OFF-Time 5 ~99: 95 steps
VS
Power energy selection 1 ~3: 3 steps
C-BOX
Rapid capacitor 0 ~F: 16 steps
Feed Rate
Feed Rate 00 ~99: 100 steps
Spindle Feed
Spindle Feed 0 ~F: 16 steps

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10. OPERATION STEPS:
A Turn on the main isolator and press the ON button.
B Select Material and Size
C Install electrode tube and ceramic guide.
D Start the PUMP and adjust water pressure to ensure the water comes out
of the electrode tube.
E Set correct DEPTH / WEAR
F Start PUMPSPINDLE and SPARK.

Attention: (Working hole in / out)
When the EDM drilling, note should be taken of the hole in/out quality.
Example: If the working hole in or out is extended, misshapen or damaged.
It could be caused by the follow reason:
a. The distance too far between the ceramic guide and workpeice.
b. The electrode tube was bent.
c. The working liquid has too high conductivity.

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11. TROUBLE SHOOTING
(1) Working condition unstable:
a. The working condition settings correct?
b. The servo speed correct?
c. The workpeice fixed to the table?
d. Working liquid (distilled water) level correct?
e. The distilled water quality correct?
f. The electrode tube and ceramic guide the same size?
(2) Abnormal wear for electrode tube:
a. The electrode tube and ceramic guide the same size?
b. The electrode tube material the correct selection?
c. The electrode tube straight?
d. The working condition settings correct?
e. The working (distilled water) level correct?
f. The distilled water quality correct?
(3) The electrode tube getting hot:
a. The water pressure correct?
b. Water flow through the electrode tube?
c. The working condition settings correct? (Over power or short circuit
between the electrode tube and the workpeice)
(4) The electrode tube bend during working:
a. The ceramic guide hole clear?
b. The workpeice fixed to the table?
c. The working condition settings correct?
(5) The Z-axis shaking during working:
a. The electrode tube bent or not installed correctly?
b. The electrode tube center blocked causing poor flushing?
c. The electrode tube and ceramic guide the same size?
d. The working condition settings correct?
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(6) The Z-axis creeping up or down :
a. The servo control board VR (balance) in the generator requires adjusting.
(7) The working hole has become conical (the top hole Bigger than bottom):
a. The electrode tube material the correct selection?
b. The working condition settings correct?
c. The working liquid conductivity rate correct?
(8) The working hole bottom bigger than top:
a. The electrode tube bent or not installed correctly?
b. The ceramic guide or workpeice fixed correctly?
(9) The pneumatic pump not working (no water pressure):
a. The cylinder air input broken or without air input.
b. The cylinder limit switch broken.
c. The cylinder piston bar without full movement. In order to let piston bar
move to correct position, use a screw to touch limit switch.
d. The pressure valve not open. (The turn clockwise, the pressure increases.)
(10) The pneumatic pump running but no water flow.
a. The anti-valve broken?
b. The seal in cylinder broken?
c. The water pipe broken or not enough working liquid?
(11) Insufficient water pressure, and the pump piston moving fast.
a. Vent pressure valve abnormal?
b. Not enough working liquid in water tank?
c. The anti-valve broken at two sides of copper piece?

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12. MAINTENANCE, CONSUMPTION AND SUGGESTION:
(1) Level checking
After installation machine, first, third, sixth months, check and correct
leveling.
(2) Daily maintenance
Clear the worktable, electrode holder, clamp plate for workpeice waterproof
cover. Due to this machine using water, it can cause metal rusting, therefore
it is Necessary oil or anti-rust oil on the metal surfaces.
(3) Weekly maintenance
Please check the filter weekly, if the filter is too dirty, clean or replace and
change working liquid. Please check Machine lubrication system and
lubrication oil of the pump.
(4) Monthly maintenance
It is necessary to adjust ceramic guide anchor for correct vertical alignment.
(5) Consumables:
a. ceramic guide
b. electrode tube (brass / copper)
c. filter
d. rubber seal
e. Immersion guide cover

The electrode tube material can effect the working quality and speed,
therefore, a different workpeice material needs a different electrode tube.
Our suggestion as below:
a. The workpeice : steel ; The electrode tube : brass
b. The workpeice : tungsten carbide or copper ; The electrode tube :
Copper.

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13. THE ELECTRODE TUBE SPECIFICATION AND TOLERANCE.
All the electrode tube size, the tolerance within 1mm.
Copper Brass
OD. ID. Length OD. ID. Length
Tube Tol. Tube Tol. mm Tube Tol. Tube Tol. mm
0.2 0.1 200 0.2 0.08 200
0.3 0.12 300 0.3 0.11 300
0.4 0.15 0.4 0.2 300
0.5
+0
-0.01
0.18
0.02
0.5 0.2
0.6 0.2 0.6 0.2
0.7 0.2 0.7 0.2
0.8 0.3 0.8 0.3
0.9 0.3 0.9 0.3
1.0 0.3 1.0
+0
-0.02
0.3
0.02
1.1 0.3 1.1 0.4
1.2 0.4 1.2 0.4
1.3 0.4 1.3 0.4
1.4 0.4 1.4 0.5
1.5 0.5 1.5 0.5
1.6 0.5 1.6 0.5
1.7 0.5 1.7 0.5
1.8 0.6 1.8 0.6
1.9 0.6 1.9 0.6
2.0
+0
-0.02
0.6
0.02
2.0 0.6
2.1 0.7 2.1 0.7
2.2 0.7 2.2 0.7
2.3 0.7 2.3 0.7
2.4 0.8 2.4 0.8
2.5 0.8 2.5 0.8
2.6 0.8 2.6 0.8
2.7 0.9 2.7 0.9
2.8 0.9 2.8 0.9
2.9 0.9 2.9 0.9
3.0
+0
-0.03
1.0
0.03
300
400
3.0
+0
-0.03
1.0
0.03
300
400
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14. MACHINING CONDITION
(1) Reference sample:
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: SKD-11 Tube: BRASS
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
0.2 10 8 17 1 7 22 40 0 4 5 100 33 70
0.2 25 8 17 1 7 22 40 0 4 5 120 3'30" 120
0.2 25 8 15 2 5 22 40 0 4 5 200 3'00" 120
0.3 25 15 17 1 10 22 50 0 A 5 112 1'00" 70
0.3 25
20 15 1 10 22 50 0 A 5 120 54" 70
0.3 25 20 20 1 10 22 50 0 A 5 104 1'30" 70
0.3 25 15 20 2 8 22 50 0 A 5 108 1'30" 70
0.3 25 15 20 2 8 22 50 0 A 5 180 1'00" 70
0.3 25 15 20 2 5 22 50 0 A 5 92 1'10" 70
0.3 25 18 15 2 5 22 50 0 A 5 104 54" 70
0.4 25 20 10 2 5 20 16 1 A 2 76 147 100
0.4 25 20 10 2 6 20 16 1 A 2 90 116 100
0.4 25 20 10 2 6 20 18 1 A 2 116 105 100
0.5 25 20 20 1 15 20 40 0 A 0 100 1'18" 60
0.5 25 20 20 2 12 20 50 0 A 5 128 49" 60
0.5 25
25 20 2 12 20 50 0 A 5 156 43" 60
0.5 25 20 25 2 12 20 50 0 A 5 140 54" 60
0.5 25 20 15 2 12 20 50 0 A 5 148 41" 60
0.5 25 20 15 1 17 20 50 0 A 5 116 55" 60
0.5 25 20 20 1 17 20 50 0 A 5 96 53" 70
0.5 25 20 20 3 10 20 50 0 A 5 140 48" 50
0.5 25 20 20 3 8 20 50 0 A 5 116 51" 50
0.5 50 25 22 2 14 15 60 0 A 4 200 1'30" 50~60
0.5 50 25 20 2 14 15 50 0 A 4 190 126 50~60
0.5 50 20 15 2 12 15 50 0 A 4 160 132 50~60
0.5 50 20 15 1 16 15 70 0 A 4 120 150 50~60
0.7 25 30 10 2 15 20 20 0 A 2 120 44 75
0.7 25 35 10 3 12 20 25 0 A 2 136 42 75
0.7 25 35 10 3 10 20 20 0 A 2 112 50 75
0.7 25 35 10 3 8 20 20 0 A 2 80 106 75
0.7 25 35 10 3 9 20 20 0 A 2 92 57 75
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Unit : mm
File Name: Material: SKD-11 Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
0.7 25 35 8 2 9 20 20 0 A 2 72 117 75
1.0 25 25 20 2 15 20 27 0 9 0 64 137 50
1.0 25 35 15 2 19 20 30 0 A 5 84 56 70
1.0 25 30 15 3 12 20 30 0 A 5 68 115 70
1.0 25 30 10 3 14 20 30 0 A 5 80 50 70
1.0 25 30 10 3 15 20 30 0 A 5 72 52 70
1.0 25 30 10 3 15 20 30 0 A 5 80 52 70
1.0 25 35 10 3 15 20 30 0 A 5 80 50 70
1.0 25 30 20 2 25 22 40 0 A 8 100 45" 50
1.0 25 25 20 2 25 22 40 0 A 8 100 47" 50
1.0 25 35 20 2 25 22 40 0 A 8 100 44" 50
1.0 25 35 25 2 25 22 40 0 A 8 100 43" 50
1.0 50 30 20 2 25 22 40 0 A 8 130 1'36" 50
1.0 50 20 20 2 25 22 40 0 6 2 106 2'00" 60
1.0 50 35 20 2 23 22 35 0 6 2 106 1'41" 60
1.0 50 30 20 3 17 20 30 0 B 0 90 146 50~70
2.0 20 35 20 3 31 20 30 0 A 5 54 107 40
2.0 20 60 25 3 25 20 30 0 A 5 52 113 40
2.0 25 30 20 3 20 20 30 0 A 5 56 213 40
2.0 25 40 20 3 31 20 30 0 A 5 72 133 40
2.0 25 25 15 3 25 20 30 0 A 5 64 156 40
2.0 50 60 25 3 31 20 30 0 A 5 69 318 50
3.0 25 30 20 3 22 20 30 0 A 5 58 307 40
3.0 25 30 21 3 31 20 30 0 A 5 62 3 40

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Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Carbide Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S
STAB
LE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.13 2 8 25 1 2 18 10 2 8 0 300
5'~
5'30"
60
0.13 4.5 10 20 1 2 18 10 2 8 0 411 13'00" 60
0.2 10 9 15 1 7 22 20 3 5 1 12 10 40
0.2 10.5 8 15 1 7 22 30 1~3 A~6 2 30 10 60
0.3 4.5 10 20 2 5 22 7 2 6 2 110 1'36" 60
0.3 4.5 10 20 2 5 22 7 3 6 2 130 56" 60
0.3 4.5 5 14 2 5 22 7 2 6 2 30 5'00" 60
0.3 4.5 5 14 2 6 22 7 2 6 2 50 3'00" 60
0.3 10 10 15 2 6 22 5 3 7 2 150 3'50" 90
0.3 10 10 15 2 5 22 7 2 6 2 52 5'00" 90
0.3 10 10 15 2 5 22 7 2 6 2 51 5'67" 90
0.5 10.5 10 15 1 10 22 25 1~3 A~6 2 20 240 60
0.5 26 19 20 1 22 20 6 0 5 0
100~
150
5 -
1.0 10 40 20 1 20 20 15 2 F 0 50 245 40
1.0 10 40 20 1 22 20 15 2 F 0 130 240 40
1.0 10.5 15 22 1 31 22 20 1~3 A~6 2 10 140 60
1.0 32 40 20 1 20 20 15 2 F 0 120 1000 40
1.0 26 15 20 1 31 18 18 2 A 4 23 5'00" 40
1.0 26 13 23 1 31 18 18 2 A 4 33 9'00" 40
1.0 26 20 23 1 31 18 10 2 A 3 31 8'00" 40
1.0 26 14 23 1 31 18 10 2 A 3 12 6'30" 40
1.0 26 15 25 1 31 20 5 2 B 0 20 700
50~
70
1.0 71.5 15 22 1 31 22 15 2 A 2 5 27 60
1.0 71.5 15 23 1 31 22 10 2 A 9 11 20 60
1.0 71.5 15 25 1 31 22 10 2 A 9 11 22 60
1.0 88 15 25 1 31 18 6 2 B 9 20 30'00"
50~
70
1.0 88 15 25 2 13 18 6 2 B 9 40 2145"
50~
70

Anotronic LtD.
14-4
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Carbide Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S
STAB
LE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

2.0 71.5 15 22 1 31 22 7 2 A 9 3.5 34 60
2.0 71.5 15 22 1 31 22 10 2 A 9 5 34 60
3.0 71.5 15 20 1 31 22 6 3 A 8 6 80 40
3.0 71.5 15 24 2 31 22 6 3 A 8 22 76 40

Anotronic LtD.
14-5
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Copper Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.4 18 20 17 2 12 20 16 1 A 2 183 122 100
0.4 18 20 17 2 12 20 16 0 A 2 144 128 100
0.4 25 20 17 2 13 20 10 0 A 2 200 429 100
0.4 25 20 17 2 13 20 16 0 A 2 200 639 100
0.4 25 20 17 2 13 20 16 0 A 2 160 215 100
0.4 63 20 17 2 12 20 16 0 A 2 165 707 100
0.5 63 20 17 3 12 20 16 0 A 2 153 627 100
0.5 63 15 14 3 12 20 17 1 A 2 148 640 100
0.5 63 20 17 2 12 20 16 0 A 5 89 649 100
0.5 63 20 17 2 13 20 16 0 A 5 110 625 100
0.5 63 20 16 2 12 20 16 0 A 5 94 600 100
0.7 18 20 18 3 15 20 20 0 A 2 105 123 70
0.7 18 20 17 3 14 20 20 0 A 2 94 133 70
0.7 18 20 17 3 15 20 20 0 A 2 110 127 70
0.7 25 20 18 3 15 20 20 0 A 2 110 200 70
0.7 25 20 17 3 14 20 20 0 A 2 100 220 70
0.7 25 20 17 3 15 20 20 0 A 2 120 207 70
0.7 63 20 18 3 15 20 20 0 A 2 98 455 70
0.7 63 20 18 3 14 20 20 0 A 2 92 514 70
0.7 63 20 17 3 14 20 20 0 A 2 89 431 70
0.7 63 20 17 3 14 20 20 0 A 2 89 450 70
1.0 38 20 20 2 23 20 8 0 B 0 95 3'00"
50~
70
1.0 63 25 25 3 14 20 25 0 A 5 60 724 50
1.0 63 25 20 3 14 20 25 0 A 5 63 618 50
1.0 63 30 20 3 14 20 25 0 A 2 66 709 50
1.0 63 25 20 3 15 20 25 0 A 2 68 638 50
1.0 86 20 20 3 12 20 8 0 B 0 65 940
50~
70

Anotronic LtD.
14-6
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Carbide Tube: Copper (Multi-holes)
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

1.0 6 15 22 1 31 22 18 2 10 2 10 130 -

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Phosphor Bronze Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.13 1.6 6 15 1 4 24 25 2 A 1 144 232 50
1.4 5.5 30 25 3 12 22 20 0 A 0 26 24 50

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Alloy Copper Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
0.5 21 20 25 1 13 22 40 0 10 0 29 210 -
0.7 21 20 25 1 15 22 40 0 10 0 29 150 -

Anotronic LtD.
14-7
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: normal steel Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.1 1.6 5 16 1 2 20 25 2 A 0 1000 6 -

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Steel Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.1 0.5 6 16 1 2 20 12 2 8 0 620 48 -

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: stainless steel 304 Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.1 1 5 16 1 2 20 25 2 A 0 150 2 -
0.1 3 5 16 1 2 20 25 2 A 0 800~1300 15 -

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: stainless Tube: Copper
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.13 1 6 15 1 4 24 25 1~3 A~6 2 400 3 80

Anotronic LtD.
14-8
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: stainless steel 304 Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.1 1 5 16 1 2 20 25 2 A 0 150 2 -
0.1 3 5 16 1 2 20 25 2 A 0 800~1300 15 -

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: stainless steel 304
Tube: Brass
(Multi-holes)
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

2.4 225 35 20 3 25 20 30 0 A 0 76% 30~35 -

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Steel 2083 Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.4 20 20 10 2 6 20 10 1 8 2 65 111 100
0.4 25 30 10 2 6 20 15 1 8 1 78 200 100
0.4 25 30 10 2 7 20 15 0 8 1 100 116 100

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Stainless Tube: BRASS
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
0.2 1 8 15 1 6 22 30 1~3 A~6 2 100 10 60
0.2 23 8 15 1 6 22 30 1~3 A~6 2 100 330 60

Anotronic LtD.
14-9
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: SLD Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.3 50 8 12 2 7 22 20 0 10 0 135 4 50
0.4 36 10 22 2 11 20 15 1 6 2 400 1225 50
0.4 36 10 22 2 11 20 9 1 6 2 290 350 100
0.4 36 10 18 2 11 20 9 1 6 2 258 408 100
0.4 36 10 15 2 10 20 9 1 6 2 250 450 100
0.4 85 20 10 2 6 20 10 1 A 2 70 515 100
0.5 50 20 17 2 12 24 30 0 10 0 120 148 50
0.7 36 30 10 3 8 20 20 0 A 2 108 332 50
0.7 36 30 20 3 8 20 20 0 A 2 120 354 50
0.7 36 30 20 3 9 20 20 0 A 2 130 322 50
0.7 85 30 10 3 8 20 20 0 A 2 80 450 50
0.7 85 30 10 3 8 20 20 0 A 2 80 440 50
1.0 36 10 15 3 15 20 25 0 7 5 130 328 50
1.0 36 20 15 3 15 20 25 0 7 5 136 213 50
1.0 36 25 15 3 15 20 25 0 7 5 136 149 50
1.0 36 30 15 3 15 20 25 0 7 5 161 201 50
1.0 36 5 14 3 31 20 25 0 7 5 116 615 50
1.0 36 25 15 3 14 20 25 0 7 5 125 200 50
1.0 46 30 20 3 15 20 10 0 B 0 85 140
50~
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1.0 46 30 20 2 25 20 10 0 B 0 90 150
50~
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1.0 50 30 20 3 20 22 40 0 10 0 100 145 50
1.0 85 30 10 3 15 20 30 0 A 5 80 300 50
1.0 85 30 10 3 15 20 20 2 A 5 91 338 50
1.0 85 30 10 3 15 20 20 1 6 5 85 330 40
1.0 85 30 10 3 15 20 25 1 6 5 85 318 35
2.0 50 45 20 3 31 22 15 0 10 0 69 318 50
3.0 50 45 20 3 31 22 15 0 10 0 60 612 50

Anotronic LtD.
14-10
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: Titanium alloy Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME
Kg/cm

0.5 10 20 15 3 10 20 10 0 A 0 20~30 25 50
0.5 10 20 15 3 15 20 10 0 A 0 30~50 15~20 50
1.0 10 30 20 3 10 20 10 0 A 0 20~30 40 50
1.0 10 30 20 3 15 20 10 0 A 0 30 30 50
1.0 10 30 20 3 20 20 10 0 A 0 30 25 50
1.0 10 30 20 3 25 20 10 0 A 0 40~50 15 50

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: ASP 60 Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
1.0 91 30 20 3 15 20 10 0 B 0 110 510 50~60
1.0 91 30 20 2 25 20 10 0 B 0 120 440 50~60

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: SKH 9 Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
1.0 70 30 20 3 15 20 10 0 B 0 140 311 50~60
1.0 70 30 20 2 25 20 10 0 B 0 100 321 50~60






Anotronic LtD.
14-11
Unit : mm
File Name: Material: NAK 80 Tube: BRASS
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
0.5 30 15 10 1 13 20 40 0 A 2 133 320 75
0.5 30 15 10 2 9 20 30 0 A 0 173 230 75
0.5 30 20 17 2 9 20 30 0 A 0 163 220 75
0.5 30 20 15 2 9 20 30 0 A 0 163 210 75
1.0 30 30 20 2 20 22 50 0 A 0 120 137 50
1.0 30 30 20 1 31 22 50 0 A 0 107 210 50
1.0 30 20 15 2 25 20 50 0 A 0 143 122 50
1.0 30 20 15 1 25 20 50 0 A 0 77 222 75
1.0 30 15 15 2 20 20 50 0 A 2 133 140 75
1.0 30 15 10 1 31 20 50 0 A 0 100 143 75

Unit : mm
File Name: Material: ALUMINIUM Tube: Brass
SIZE Thickness ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S STABLE
WEAR
(%)
TIME Kg/cm
1.0 60 30 10 2 20 22 20 0 10 0 10 38 60
2.0 60 30 10 2 21 22 22 0 10 0 6 48 50
3.0 60 30 10 2 25 22 20 0 10 0 10 130 50

Anotronic LtD.
14-12
(2) Memories data: Unit : mm
File Name: E0 Material:0 (SKD11) Tube: Brass
SIZE ON-T OFF-T VS IP GAP F C S Stable
0.1 6 15 1 3 24 20 2 F 2
0.2 8 15 1 5 24 25 2 F 2
0.3 18 15 2 6 24 25 0 A 0
0.4 20 15 2 8 24 20 0 A 0
0.5 25 20 2 11 22 25 0 A 0
0.6 25 20 2 13 22 25 0 A 0
0.7 25 20 2 15 22 25 0 A 0
0.8 25 20 2 18 22 30 0 A 0
0.9 30 20 3 18 22 30 0 A 0
1.0 30 20 3 18 22 40 0 A 0
1.1 30 20 3 18 22 40 0 A 0
1.2 30 20 3 18 22 40 0 A 0
1.3 30 20 3 18 22 40 0 A 0
1.4 30 20 3 18 22 30 0 A 0
1.5 30 20 3 18 22 30 0 A 0
1.6 30 20 3 18 22 30 0 A 0
1.7 30 20 3 18 22 30 0 A 0
1.8 30 20 3 18 22 30 0 A 0
1.9 30 18 3 19 22 30 0 A 0
2.0 30 20 3 20 22 30 0 A 0
2.1 30 20 3 21 22 30 0 A 0
2.2 30 20 3 22 22 30 0 A 0
2.3 30 20 3 23 22 30 0 A 0
2.4 30 20 3 24 22 30 0 A 0
2.5 35 20 3 25 24 30 0 A 0
2.6 35 20 3 26 24 30 0 A 0
2.7 35 20 3 27 24 30 0 A 0
2.8 35 20 3 28 24 30 0 A 0
2.9 35 20 3 29 24 30 0 A 0
3.0 45 20 3 30 24 30 0 A 0
3.1 45 25 3 31 24 30 0 A 0
3.2 45 25 3 32 24 30 0 A 0
3.3 45 25 3 33 24 30 0 A 0
3.4 45 25 3 34 24 30 0 A 0
3.5 55 25 3 35 24 30 0 A 0
4.0 55 25 3 40 30 30 0 A 0
5.0 65 25 3 50 30 30 0 A 0
6.0 65 25 3 60 30 30 0 A 0
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