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PLEASE READ ABSOLUTELY BEFORE THE FIRST PUTTING INTO OPERATION ! (also see operating manual point 3.5) Putting into operation of drill grinding machine METEOR MM-10 1. Put on the drill grinding attachment and tighten eccentric lever on the right side together with the locking screw in the middle at once. 2. Testgrinding according operating manual point 3.6. 3. Control of the grinding process according point 3.10 (picture 34-36). If required correct the position of the grinding-wheel (see point 10). 4, Repeat this process until the grinding-picture is conform to point 3.10 (picture 34). It is the same process for every change of the grinding-wheel and for every new extension of the drill grinding attachment, ATTENTION: Never displace/move the blocking-screw pos. 15 (picture 23)! If considering this points you can grind absolutely exact and centric drills right from the start with the METEOR-machine and this means much higher durability than even new drills. In the operating manual you will find further informations and usefull tricks so you can utilize your machine fully. METEOR - Machines As machines are always subject to changes, it may be that this manual is not conforming to the latest execution. Basic handling of the machine, however, will never alter. Changes are more likely to con- cern minor details on the machine. Thank you for your understanding. ‘SUMMARY Proper use of machine Definitions Security Please read manual before working with the machine tz Product-overview of Meteor MM-10 precision drill grinding machine 1.1. Type designation, applications and illustrations of the Meteor MM-10 1.2. Extension possibilities of Meteor MM-10 2. Definitions on cutting tool and machine Definitions and angles on the twist drill Axes designation on Meteor MM-10 Standard and USE-90 wy ie w - Meteor MM-10 Standard Arrangement of the machine elements Illustration of the machine Technical data Standard accessories Commissioning Grinding of drill points Thinning of the drill web Grinding of left handed drills Changeing the grinding wheel Adjustment of the grinding wheel Adjustment of the microscope Mount for holding tools and engaging system Special accessories Wearing parts Electrical diagram Care and maintenance of the machine Selection of drill point angles BOUL hee lab ns WUWWUUWHUWWBUWWUY SaaRaetse a. Extension for long drills 1, Extension for bigger diameter drills up to 12,5 mm 2. Extension for very small drills to 0,1 mm _ Extension for single-lipped deep-hole boring tools 1, Pre-requisites for the grinding process 2. General details of the single—lipped boring tool 3. Grinding process of the single-lipped boring tool 4. Mounting of the boring tool 5. Coarse positioning 6. Adjustment of the microscope 7. Critical focusing Adjustment of the three axes Grinding process Checking of the ground surface Repetition of the grinding process Further grinding surfaces The 3 adjustment axes of the MM-10 Adjustment angles for standard deep-hole boring tools eauguan Sea ate te 2 Drill support Installation Alignment of the support finger Grinding with the drill support General details on the PCB equipment Dana Te Loading device for drills for PCBs (printed circuit boards) i The universal sharpening unit USE-90 8 8.1 USE-90-1 8.2 USE-90-2 8.2.7 Grinding of tools 9. Flat table for USE-90 oI Alignment of the mount for holding tools in the microscope by the user 9.2 Mounting problems with micro tools 10. Execution with monitor REFERENCE 0 CHAPTERS Machine MM-10 see chapter 1 7 Machine MM-10-us see chapter 1-3 and 8 - 9.1 Machine MM-10-DH see chapter 1-5 Machine MM-10-TV see chapter 1 - 3 and 10 Machine MM-10-PD see chapter 1-3 and 6-7 Proper use of the machine Meteor machines are manufactured according to last technology and security prescriptions. The machine should only be operated by mechanical engineers. Please read this manual before operating this machine. ‘The manufacturer is not liable for damages by inproper use. All risk stays at user's side. All security systems on the machine may not be modificated or removed. Modification of the machine may only be done following the detailed instructions of DAMA AG. For modifications done without permission by DAMA AG, liability will not be accepted. The risk is at the user's side. Definitions Signs at the steps of operating In this manual you will find the following signs. Please pay attention and follow the indications. Indication Special technical things which can harm the machine. Attention Must be followed strictly, otherwise damage of machine or electronic may occur. Warning This paragraph includes "Attention". Instruction has to be followed strictly to avoid danger for life and limb of persons. If not strictly considered, dead can be caused. Manufacturer Tips Tips which are helpful for operator. Explication of symbols In this manual you will find the following symbols: Danger! ®) Wear protection gloves! High voltage! No smoking! Wear protection glasses! Avoid open fire! Disconnect electricity First aid Pay attention to environment. protection! Supplementary indications over dangers Lubricants — Protecting products — Cleaning products An_ imprudent manipulation with those products, or negligence in following the directions to prevent accidents, and the directions of industrial hygienics can cause skin damages. The determinations of the security data sheet of the producer have to be followed strictly. Principles of prudence - Avoid skin contact. - Use an skin protecting ointment. After contact with lubricants, wash your hands with water and soap and usa a greasy ointment - Eye contact — Rince with clear water. — Inform the docter. = Avoid to get in strong light. = Inhalation = Go into fresh air. Inform the docter. - Environment protection — Please make sure, that lubricants cannot get into the canalisatio - Don't smoke while working with the machine - Wear protection glasses - Wear protection gloves. Security determinations Meteor machines are manufactured according to latest technology. However anytime can occur danger if unqualified people is working on this machines. Please follow the general directions to prevent accidents. Danger by electricity - if you touch electricity conducting parts following unappropriated mounting of the machine (EN 60204/VDE 0113). - if you touch electricity conducting parts following unappropriated maintenance. Danger by thermal influences ~ If you touch tools immediately after grinding Danger by materials and products = Contact with liquids, oils, greases, exhales of gaz, vapour, and dusts. - Follow the determinations in the security data sheet of the products you are using. Danger by negligence - lack of personal security clothes. - insufficient lighting. On the following pages you find the directions which are often unobserved. In ion for the x for each security indicator - Every person working with the machine must have read the manual before. — Never touch spindel, grinding wheel or tool while machine is ON. Switch to OFF — position before changeing tool. - The machine is not prepared for all kind of cooling systems or coolants. If cooling really is required, use a brush and wet the grinding wheel. - Wear protection glasses while working on the machine. = Omit all what can go against the security of the machine, — Check main current swich and security stop switch before working with the machine. In case of emergency this enables you to act quickly. — Wear clothes in a manner that they cannot come into the machine. Close sleeves or turn them up to the inner side. - Long hair or shawls have to be weared in a way they cannot come into the machine. Wear a hair-net and put shawl-ends under your wear. - Do not work on the machine if you have to take drugs reducing concentration. - The owner of the machine has to make sure, that no unauthorized person can work on the machine. - The owner and the user have to advice all modifications of the machine which can have relations to the security of the machine The user company is responsible to maintain the machine in a perfect working condition. Troubles concerning security have to be eliminated immediately. With directions and controls the user company has to make sure that the working place is proper and that everything concerning security has been done. The user company is charged to make sure that working persons wear protection glasses and adapted clothes. Works on electrical parts of the machine have to be effectuated by an certificated professional. For replacing bulbs, fuses, lamps, microscope, grinding wheel or tool make sure that the machine is completely OFF. Disconnect current. No installation of security may be removed or modificated - for reparation or maintenance the following ECCEPTION may be considered: For dismounting a security installation, put machine out of service following exactly the instructions. Immediately after revision reinstall the security installations. Replace the defectuous parts. — Attention: Verify the security installations before putting machine under currant. Products overview of the METEOR MM-10 Type designation, applications and illustrations of the METEOR MM-10 A) MM-10 Application: For sharpening and point-thinning of right- and left-handed, 2-, 3- and 4-lipped drills in one clamping operation. B) MM-10-US Application: - For sharpening of special drills, drilling tools and engravers of all kinds. - Milling cutters, taps and reamers can be sharpened on their front end and laterally in case of straight flutes. ¢) MM-10-DH-2 Application: Use as in A above and, additionally, resharpening of long and single- lipped drilling tools. D) MM-10-7TV-2 Application: As A above, but a camera is installed instead of the microscope and the tool is visible on the monitor. Ideal for small drills as well as for large series. E) MM-10-PD Application: For resharpening of shouldered drilling tools, drills for printed circuit boards from HSS or thungsten carbide. ‘The model METEOR MM-10 is the standard execution. Thanks to the modular design principle it can be retrofitted so that all 5 machines can be made from it. As a matter of principle the 5 machines have many features in common. This is why the standard exe- cution MM-10 is described in detail in this manual. The possible extensions leading eventually to five machines are dealt with afterwards. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us for more detailed information. Extension possibilities of METEOR MM-10 Fig. 6 Basic machine Fig. 11 Loading device for Fig. 7 Drill grinding drills for PCBs device Fig. 12 Monitor execution Fig. 8 Angle microscope Fig. 13 USE-90- Fig. 9 Single-lipped/ Fig. 14 USE-90-2 deep-hole tools Fig. 15 Flat table to USE-90 Fig. 10 Drill support Fig. 16 Acoustic signalling device MM=10 MM~-10-TV MM-10-DH MM~10-US MM~10-PD orilis| | Monitor Deep-hole| | Universal | | PCBs Basic machine t Abb 10 | Abbo @ S james gare Definitions on cutting tool and machine 24 finitions and angles on the twist drill Fig. 17 we Piste Longe eninérical shank ~ of Cutting oisensions oF marsin cutting Lip. meg Primary outting Face / arsin width chisel zag ody ise b ! ye mas PN eee? Bee) n_the 001s, Fig. 18 x ve cutting nage nate angle Primary Clearance angle Secenaary clearance Angle 6 eylindcical margin nigel anste 2.2 Axes designations on METEOR MM-10 drill grinding attachment and USE 90 (Universal Grinding Unit 90) xX VA The coordinate system Fig. 20 Fig. 19 Drill grinding attachment to METEOR MM-10 Standard Fig. 21 Meteor MM 10-US USE 90-2 3.1 METEOR MM-10 Standard (Drill grinding machine) Arrangement of the machine elements Seale for point angle Scale for cutting and clearance angles Feed screw with scale for feed Scale for angle of rotation Stop adjustment for main clearance angle Stop adjustment for secondary clearance angle Locking screw for main and secondary clearance adjustment Slide for the grinding movement Microscope 15x (30x) with internal lighting Four-jaw drill chuck ON/OFF switch Brake push-button Push-button for start. Clockwise or cow rotation Emergency stop Swivel lever Locking screw (microscope setting) Eccentric screw (microscope setting) Eccentric ring (microscope setting) Fastening screw for eccentric ring (microscope setting) Locking screw, mount for holding tools Locking screw, engaging ring Turning ring for tool mounting Eccentric lever, slide Locking screws, grinding unit Blocking screw for table Lateral stop in up-position Diamond wheel-dresser, lever Dressing attachement Diamond holder with screw Bolt for attaching grinding wheel Feed shaft bolt, adjustment screw grinding-wheel spindle bearing Grinding spindle Adjusting screw for lateral stop Locking screw for point angle adjustment Ring cap for stop pins for clearance angles Halogen light Cable for microscope lighting Mains plug with fuse and spare fuse Type label Locking screw for holding tools Engaging screw for holding tools Aperture or cover respectively for engaging ring and engaging screws Chuck mount Position for your hand when you move the table Angle table (knee) 3.2 Illustration of the machine Fig. 23 Fig. 24 4 1110 216 21a Technical data Grinding range Max drill length Point angle Main and secondary clearance angles Motor Grinding wheel speed Net weight Space requirement 0,2 — 6,0 nm (up to 12,5 mm possible with option 160 mm (unlimited with option) 90° - 180° (0,° - 180° are possible with option) 0° — 45? and negative angles respectively are possible 230 Vor 110Vv 1200 51400 r.p.m, 27 kg 460 x 270 x 420 mm Standard accessories to drill grinding machine MN-10 — Four—jaw precision chuck $ 0,2 — 6,0 mm - Microscope, magnification 15 or 30x, with built in light source 6 V — High-grade corundum grinding wheel, grain 250 — Dressing device with diamond - Adjustable lateral stops with fine adjustment for central thinning of the drill web Packed separately: 4 3 3 fuses FST 0,8 A, - 2 engaging screws 6 1, 1 5, 2, 2,5, 3, 4, machine plug with 2 m cable, without mains plug fuses FST 315 mA, 2,5 A, 4 A for 220 V or 2,5 A, 8 A for 110 V hexagon socket wrenches with 6 and 8 mm between flats operating instructions to METEOR MM—10 Commissioning ( trough your engineers ) . Plug in mains cable. . Adjust point angle Nr. 1 on Place the machine on the bench in an environment as clean as possible. Remove the protective packaging from the grinding table (slide). Fit the grinding unit. Insert the dowel beneath the grinding unit into the movable grinding table and clamp tight with locking screw Nr. 21 and eccentric lever Nr. 20 (Fig. 25). . Raise lateral stops Nr. 22. Plug in both ends of inter— nal microscope lighting cable Nr. 31. Functions of the machine: Grinds front-end tool facets such as e.g. two- or four facets on twist drills with or without yeb thinning. the front scale to approx. 120° for right-handed drills. Loosen locking screw Nr. 6, pre-set main and secondary clearance angles by turning of the stop buttons Nrs. 4 and 5, e.g. 8° and 28° on the scale to the observer. Lateral grinding movement of slide Nr. 7 on roller guides. Hand on Nr. 39. Emergency stop button Nr. 13. After actuation, turn slightly to release engagement . Fig. 26 Richtige Handposition bei der MM 10 wahrend des Schleifvorganges. Beachten Sie bitte wo die Maschine wihrend des Schirfvorganges gehalten resp. gefihrt wird. Right handling of the MM 10 during grinding proceeder. Please see where the machine is kept during grinding operation. Comment tenir la machine pendant 1*operation. Veuillez s.v.p. notez of on doit tenir (guider) la machine pendant 1 affuttage. Grinding drill points . Insert four-jaw chuck Nr. 9 in the mount for holding tools. urn and press slightly until four-jaw chuck engages in en- gaging screw Nz. 36. Can be fastened with locking screw Nr, 35, but this is not abso- lutely’ necessary. Loosen turning ring of the four-jaw chuck until the drill can be insorted. 3. Clamp drill with only little protrusion. See Fig. 27. For drills @ < 2mh~3 D For drills ¢ 2-6mmh= 2 D For drills 6 > 6m_h = 1,5 D or better with drill length stop. When clanping the drill, care must be taken that is doesn't cant (off centre). Canting can be avoided by slightly turning the drill while clamping it. The longitudinal drill stopp helps to chuck the drill Drill That allows an easy regulation of the drt1i- Position in the chuck (inportant:d9 not Ex the tool mount to much rorvard or at the back) Advantage:no vibrations of drill thanks to ideal chucking, You see the tool ia focus of the microscope Purning ring approx. near the grinding wheel. Proceduresput the drill into the chuck and screw it -up.a Little bit, turn upside down the longi- tudinal stopp. Tighten the turning ring of the chuck. Now the drill holds. ‘You never take the chuck out of the tool nount) (there ig a graduation in degrees on the drill mount, chapter 3.2,po8.3b) .One just turns the whole mount by 2 fee degress,e. g. 20 and readjust the indexing, Tn this way the repetition accuracy is assured at all tines. Best is 1£ you prepare a list on which you state the next data for your drill pointthinaing Move the slide carefully to bring the drill point in front of the grinding wheel. Adjust a distance of 0,1 - 0, 5mm bet~ ween drill point and grinding wheel with feed screw Nr. Ja, with this grinding position the focal length of the microscope is set at the same tine. Fig. 27 10. Loosen locking screws Nrs. 18a and 18b. However, one engaging screw must be engaged, so that when turning the tool holding mount, the engaging ring also 7 ie turns tight. If this is not the case, locking screw Nr. 18b must be tightened once again and the tool holding must be turned un- til it engages. Tilt drill point upwards with swivel lever Nr. 14. Give the drill possibly a slight Fig. 28 pre-stress by turning of the tool holding mount as per Fig. 28, then adjust to cross wires under microscope as per Fig. 29. Secure again with screw Nr. 18b Many drills are out of true. By = turning the chuck mount Nr. 38 and viewing through the micro- scope, one can check whether it is still worthwhile to resharpen this drill (checking arrangement). Loosen locking screw Nr. 29 and adjust point angle on scale Nr. 1 e.g. 118° and secondary clearance angle by loosening locking screw Fig. 29 Nr. 6, scale Nr. 2, e.g. 28°, with button Nr. 5. x = pre-stress Tilt drill point downwards with swivel lever Nr. 14 and bring into grinding position. Set grinding wheel in rotation and move grinding unit with gzinding table Nr. 7 reciprocatingly past the grinding wheel. Actuate feed screw Nr. 3b alternately until the first secondary clearance flank is being ground. Set grinding wheel in rotation. Feed 2-3 scale values on the scale with feed shaft Nr. 3. Move drill support with grinding table Nr. 7 reciprocatingly (2-3 times) past the grinding wheel. Move the grinding table entirely to the right. Turn the drill with chuck and chuck mount by 180° through turning of the black ring Nr. 19. WITHOUT feed, move the drill also reciprocatingly (2-3 times) past the grinding wheel. IMPORTANT: Same number of grinding movements for both cutting edges. Repeat the process described under point 9 until both sides of the drill are properly ground. Check under the microscope. The 12. 13. 14. If you wish to sharpen mainly drills with a diameter of less then Imm, it is recommended to use the "touch test" (chapter 1.2, Fig. 16). This permits to amplify the sound of drill grinding several times. Loosen locking screw Nr. 6 and adjust the pre-selected lip relief angle (USA: primary angle) or main clearance angle (USA: secondary angle) on scale Nr. 2. Then tighten screw Nr. 6 again. Pass each side of the drill at least once WITHOUT feed by the grinding wheel (allow to spark out). Use swivel lever Nr. 14 to bring the drill point under the microscope for checking of the ground surface, Fig. 30. The view of the point under the microscope is laterally reversed. Relieve the third and fourth surface. No additional feed movement with feed screw Nr. 3a should be necessary for this, as the setting is already made with the adjustment of the grinding wheel (see point 10). If this is not the case, see point 10. Fig. 30 1st and 2nd surface form the secondary clearance angle Bee gece parallel parallel = 3rd and 4th surface form the main clearance angle (USA: secondary angle) Four surfaces correctly ground Thinning of the drill web The purpose of so-called web thinning is: improved centering and less friction in the drill centre during the drilling process, i.e. the thinning of the chisel edge results in a reduction of the feed force. Even very small drills can be thinned on the METEOR MM-10. Fig. 31 Correct web thinning shortens the length of the chisel edge a) ne Proceed as follows: 1. after grinding the tip, the drill is left clamped in the same position in the four jaw chuck. 2. Set the mark at the rotary table Nr. 1 to the top triangle of the scale. Retighten locking screw Nr. 29. 3. Loosen knob Nr. 6, Pull ring cap Nr. 30 outwards. Now the two stops for main clearance angle and secondary clearance angle are neutralized: It is possible to bring the drill support into the 45° position. Retighten locking screw Nr. 6. Tilt lateral stop Nr. 22 forward. The grinding table is carefully moved to the stop. Care must be taken that the adjustment screw for the lateral stop Nr. 28 protrudes so far that no, or only unimportant respectively, grinding abrasion takes place. Now, while slightly pressing the grinding table at the same time, the adjustment screw is screwed in until thinning as per Fig. 31 is obtained. Several checks with the microscope are necessary during this process. The second thinning side is treated in one grinding operation without a new setting of the adjustment screw, after turning of the mount for the holding tool by 180°. The grinding table must be moved against the stop very slowly, so that the drill point does not get too warm and the grinding wheel's edge is not worn excessively. Remark When thinning the drill as described above we get the thinning shape C as per DIN standards. In order to get other shapes, e.g. A/B, one does not have to go precisely onto the triangle (3.7/point 2), but depending on the drill web and on the desired thinning a little farther or less far than the triangle. The ideal case is easily visible in the microscope and on the scale. It varies depending on the drill web. If the scale is not engraved far enough based on the drill web, one proceeds as follows: (There is a graduation in degrees on the drill mount, chapter 3.2,pos.3b).0ne just turns the whole mount by @ few degrees,e. g. 20 and readjust the indexing. In this way the repetition accuracy is assured at all times. Rest is if you prepare a list on which you state the next data for your drill pointthinning. Forn A Form B Form C thinned chisel edse thinned chise! edge four-faced arinding with onetectad main m2 CA SO GO 80 Form A and B you reach by turning the tool mount Form C,standard form you get as described above (Chap. 3.7.,point 2) 3.8 Grinding of left-handed drills The METEOR MM-10 is a symmetrical machine, which means that right- or left-handed drills can be sharpened in the same way, but with the right and left half respectively of the grinding wheel. For left-handed drills, therefore, it is necessary to re-set the machine, This is accomplished with just a few manipulations as described below: 1. Serew out locking screw Nr. 21 and loosen eccentric lever Nr. 20. 2. Lift the drill grinding unit off the grinding table Nr. 7. Fig. 33 3. Move the grinding table Nr. 7 to the left-hand side of the machine. 4. Loosen screw Nr. 29 on the drill grinding unit. Turn drill support by 180°. 5. Replace the drill grinding unit in the grinding table with locking screw Nr. 6 pointing to the left. Lock the eccentric lever Nr. 20. Replace screw Nr. 21 and tighten. 6. Loosen screw Nr. 6 and reset stops for main and secondary clearance angles on the viewer's side to the desired angles (e.g. 8° and 28°), then tighten screw Nr. 6 (Fig. 33). 7. The machine is now ready for the grinding of left-handed drills. Direction of rotation of the grinding wheel: Counterclockwise. Drill point grinding can now be carried out as described under 3.6. It must be kept in mind, however, that the picture in the microscope is shown mirrored by one axis Of the symmetry as compared to Fig. 28, 29. For this reason the pre-stress must be in the opposite direction. 8. Proceed as under 3.7 for the thinning of left-handed arills. Operate the grinding unit on the left side of the machine and using the left edge of the grinding wheel. Use the right lateral stop Nr. 22. Changing the grinding wheel 1, Loosen screw Nr. 25 while holding the grinding spindle Nr. 27 at its rear end. 2, Pull grinding wheel forward and off. 3. The bore of the new grinding wheel and the seat of the grinding spindle must be cleaned. 4, Remount the new wheel in reverse order. 3.10 Adjustment of the grinding wheel The METEOR MM-10 is supplied with the adjusted grinding wheel. A readjustment may become necessary after a wheel change or after prolonged use. The procedure is the following: 1. Mount drill ( approx. 2mm) and four-jaw precision chuck and adjust provisionally (cutting edges parallel to swivel axis Nr. 14). 2. Adjust, for example, main clearance angle (USA: secondary angle) to 8°, secondary clearance angle to 28°, point angle to 120°. 3. Dress the newly mounted corundum wheel properly using the diamond wheel-dresser. 4. Grind drill point as under 3.6. Once all four surfaces are ground, one of the three possible pictures Fig. 34, 35 or 36 can be seen in the microscope. 5. The grinding wheel must be adjusted backward or forward (depending on the starting picture) with the feed shaft (screw Nr. 26, rear), until Fig, 34 is obtained in the respective subsequent grinding operation. 6. Set diamond by turning the screw mounting in the direction of the wheel. The diamond should slightly touch the wheel. By this the diamond is also set to 0. SEE ITEMS 1 - 6 FOR CORUNDUM GRINDING WHEEL SEE ITEM 7 FOR DIAMOND OR BORAZON GRINDING WHEEL Fig. 35 Fig. 36 Wheel correctly Wheel too far Wheel too set to zero point forward far back ‘The Diamond on the dressing device is from the factory so adjusted, that when grinding a drill, picture Abb. 34 should cone out. If this is not the cese, adjust grinding wheel until you get picture (Abb.34) en adjust dressing diamond so that it only touches the wheel. 0 position. The grinding wheel can be adjusted with an Allen key on the back side of the nachine. 3.11 7. Adjustment of the diamond or borazon grinding wheel: Proceed as under 3.10, but without items 3 and 6. IMPORTANT: Diamond or borazon grinding wheels must never be dressed with the diamond dressing device! The diamond should really be set to 0. Therefore, turning of the borazon/diamond wheel by hand is necessary only. The wheel should touch the diamond only very lightly. Adjustment of the microscope A perfect drill (reference drill, must not be bent) has to be ground as per 3.6 in order to be able to adjust the microscope. This drill must now remain clamped and has to be used for the following microscopic observations. 1, Slightly loosen the socket head cap screw by the eccentric ring Nr. 17a and the four socket head cap screws by the microscope carrier Nr. 17b. 2. Set the vertical microscope cross wire to the twist drill's centre by turning the eccentric ring. f~_ Vertical Fig. 37 parallel——~— Becetlet Horizontal XK 3. Position the horizontal line parallel to the four ground faces, Fig, 37. 4. Tighten the five socket head cap screws carefully and evenly. 5. Loosen screw Nr. 15 on the right of the grinding unit and move the horizontal cross wire with the eccentric screw Nr. 16, located on the right, precisely into the centre as shown in Fig. 38. Fig. 38 6. Retighten screw Nr. 15. If necessary, bring the micro- scope's cross wires parallel to the drill's cutting edge by turning, Fig. 39. Fig. 39 Nominal line of the cross wires - Check Check the settings by grinding the drill point once again. Turn the four-jaw chuck in the chuck mount by 180° and repeat the check: The settings should be identical. If necessary, slightly turn the diamond screw Nr. 24 to set the wheel more exactly to the zero point. This applies only to the MM-10 version with diamond dressing attachment Replacement of the light bulbs in the microscope The 6 Volt miniature lamps are retained by a contact ring. For the replacement, loosen the three socket head cap screws at the microscope, take out the contact plate with the three light bulbs and replace the defective one(s). Tighten all three bulbs by the same amount, otherwise one of them may not light up although it is still in good order. 3.12 3.12.1 Engaging system of the mount for holding tools Engaging system of the mount for holding tools The mount for holding tools is equipped with a universal engaging system. The drilling tool to be ground is lined up for one cutting edge. For subsequent cutting edges the mount for holding tools is turned until it engages again. For this purpose the locking screw Nr. 18a must be loosened and Nr. 18b tightened. ‘The layout of the METEOR MN-10 in standard execution is for 2-lipped cutting tools. Tf necessary, however, additional engaging screws can be screwed onto the engaging ring, so that 3- and 4-lipped as well as single-lipped tools respec- tively can be ground. The engaging ring features a bore every 30° and the engaging screws are to be screwed in as required. More than 4 engaging screws should never be in- serted, otherwise there will be so much friction that correct engaging cannot take place. Please proceed as follows to exchange engaging screws: 1, Remove cover Nr. 37 and turn mount for holding tools un- til the desired position becomes visible at the bore. 2. An engaging screw can now be screwed in or out with a screw driver. The cover should be fitted again once the job of exchanging is completed. Fig. 40 3.12.2 Holding tools of the MM-10 The mount for holding tools can be used with a chuck or collets. A) four-jaw precision chuck The chuck can be slid into the bore of the mount for holding tools. As it is protected against wrong mounting, it can be pushed-in in a certain position only. In its rearmost location it is held tight by the engaging screws pos. 36 Fig. 23. The locking screws pos. 35 Fig 23 can be used in the place of (or in addition to) the engaging screws. For clamping of the drills the chuck can remain in the mount for holding tools or, in exceptional cases, it can be removed. Opening and closing of the clamping jaws is done by turning of the knurled screw pos. 4 in Fig. 40a. This knurled screw may only be tightened by hand and under no circumstances with a tool (pliers). Care must be taken that the tool to be clamped does not cant, i.e. that it is not clamped out of centre. Slight turning of the tool while the jaws are closing allows to largely avoid this. Fig. 40a Please read before working with Meteor High precision four —jaw- chuck to Meteor NM 10 * Handling, Maintenace, Service* The four jaw chuck of Meteor is a high precision chuck for clamping drills and tools, from 0,2 (0,3)-6,2 nm After production each chuck is testet and has to pass a hard end check. To each new chuck a protocoll is given, to proove the quality of the product. Each chuck has only passed final check if concentricity is between 0.015 mm For good functionning and precise repetibility please note following points: * keep dust free as much as possible * take it only out of chuck support if really necessary * clean only with petrol * dont let it fal (also not 1 cm)! * Fine Adjusting Readjusting of jaws possible by turning the 4 screws. (on top of chuck) Each screw 1s controlling 1 jaw. AService If your chuck is not anynore adjustable. We change it for another, aready revisioned chuck Price: About a third of a new chuck. In this case, please return your chuck, we immediately send you another cne! In few words: Please handle the chuck same way as you handle egg: 1 .08.92/HW B) Collets Collets can also be used in the place of the chuck. A reduction sleeve pos. 1 in Fig. 40b must be slid into the bore of the mount for holding tools. The sleeve en- gages in the rearmost position. As in the case of the chuck, the reduction sleeve can also be clamped tight with locking screw pos. 35 in Fig. 23. Fig. 40d 35 1 2 * \ Mb Nount for holding tools To permit the clamping of cutting tools, the collet nust be slid into the reduction sleeve together with the clamping nut. The knurled sleeve pos. 38 in Fig. 40 on the mount for holding tools - it protects the counter thread of clamping nut pos. 2 in Fig. 40b - must be re- moved. The following must be observed when handling collets: Fig. 40c A - Slide collet into clamping nut and turn until the eccentric ring of the nut engages in the groove of the collet. - Important! Fit the collet on the collet holder only when the nut is in engaged position. B - On loosening of the nut, the collet is pulled out of the collet holder by means of the eccentric ring. 3.13 3.13.1 3.13.2 3.13.3 3.13.4 3.13.5 3.13.6 3.13.7 3.13.8 3.13.9 Special accessories Grinding wheels are available as follows: Carborundum grinding wheel of grain sizes 80, 150, 250, 400, 500 Borazon grinding wheel of grain sizes B 25, B 46, B54, B 64 Diamond grinding wheel of grain sizes MD 10, MD 16, MD 25, MD 76 Tandem diamond grinding wheels Multi-grain dressing diamond and sharpening blocks Nrs. 1+2 Special grinding wheel shapes available on request Four-jaw precision chuck for drills ¢ 0,2 - 6,0 mm Set of collets @ 1 - 13mm, incl. clamping nut and reduction sleeve. Clamping range per collet is 1 mm. Precision collets for bore diameters 2,0 / 3,0 / 3,15 / 4,0 / 5,0 / 6,0 / 8,0 / 10,0 and 12,0 mm. Clamping range per collet is 0,1mm. Other dimensions on request. Angle microscope for the grinding of long boring tools. Drill support for small drills of HSS or thungsten car- bide with strengthened shank. The drill support is fitted to the mount for holding tools with 2 screws An adjustable support finger prevents breaking-off of the drill points during the grinding process. Loading device for serial grinding of drills for printed circuit boards. (The drill support is also required for this). Monitor for easy supervision of the drilling tools to be ground. Universal sharpening unit USE-90 for sharpening of right- and left-handed small tools, boring tools, en- gravers, single- and multi-lipped endmills and re- cessing tools for diameters up to 12,5mm, grinding head adjustable in 6 directions. Collets and four-jaw chuck can be used universally on the standard machine or on the universal sharpening unit. 3.13.10 3.13.11 3.13.12 3.13.13 3.13.14 3.13.15 3.13.16 Flat table for regrinding of flat cutting tools. can be fitted to the universal sharpening unit. brill length stop, assuring constant clamping conditions. Microscope of various magnification factors for very small drilling tools. Dust protection hood Dust extraction Acoustic signalling device Drill grinding support for drills with special angles (0° ~ 180°). Shapes of grinding wheels All grinding wheels are available in borazon or diamond and in various grain sizes. Standard E 0038-00-05 E O0XX-00-05 Grinding examples B4O0O 240 % ——_—ES === SSS B&O 210 -xx ASSSSSASISSSISISNSTSS BUOO 240 -xx & 0038 -00-0S € 0044-00 ~ 0: 3.14 Wearing parts - Drive belt Esband PU 12.570 x8 - Lamp for push-buttons, FAO 01-903.2 - Lamp for microscope, Liliput 6 Vv - Halogen lamp, 24 v, Nr. 244413 - Ball bearing 608 4/THB - Ball bearing 6001 2/THB ~ Fuse FST 315 mA 034.3113 (220 Vv) - Fuse FST 4A 034.3124 (220 v) - Fuse FST 2,5 A 034.3121 (220 and 115 v) — Fuse FST 0,8 A 034.3116 (115 v) - Fuse FST 8 A 034.3126 (115 V) ~ Diamond holder B 400 140 3.15 Electrical circuit diagram 8 200005 El Schema Care and maintenance of the machine The METEOR MM-10 is of such a design that operationally safe working is always possible with a minimum of mainten- ance. All bearings are permanently lubricated and therefore require no particular servicing. However, to assure optimal operation, the machine must be kept clean and crinding dust must be removed regularly. This is best done with a brush. The four-jaw precision chuck should not be taken apart, but simply washed in clean petrol and blown through. Whenever necessary the carborundum grinding wheels should be dressed carefully by means of the built-in diamond dressing device. Cover the machine's guideways with a rag. Borazon and diamond grinding wheels can be cleaned with special Subornid/Superfix stones. These wheels can be dressed with multi-grain dressing diamonds. They perform again as new wheels afterwards (always dress wet). Instructions free of charge on request. On termination of the job please place the dust protection hood over the machine. 3.17 Selection of drill point angles Material Point angle Main clea- Secondary rance angle clearance angle Steel 120° 6° - 8° 28° 40-70 kg/mm2 Alloyed steel — 130°-140° ac - 6° 26° stainless 90- 110 kg/mm2 Brass 120° ao 6° 28° Copper 140° Be - 10° 28° Aluminium 140° 10° - 13° 30° Please insert the necessary angles for further materials yourself: Extension for long drills An additional angle microscope must be used in order to grind drill tools that are longer than 160mm. The grinding process is the same as with the standard machine MM-10. However, viewing of the drill point is done without raising of the mount for holding tools, but through the additional microscope. The description of the angle microscope follows in chapter 5 The extra equipment for long drill tools consists of: - Microscope holder pos. 1 - 6, Fig. 41 - Microscope pos. 7, Fig. 41 and cable Fig. 41 w ~ Drill point ——e" Installation: The microscope holder is placed on the carrier plate of the dressing device and clamped tight with screw pos. 3, Fig. 41. By moving the microscope including holder backwards and forwards, the focal length (definition) of the microscope to the drill point can be adjusted. The height of the microscope must correspond to the height of the drill point. The positioning ring pos. 2 in Fig. 41 serves as height stop. 4.1 Extension for bigger diameter drills up to 12, 5mm - The standard machine permits the grinding of drills from approx. 0,2/0,3mm to 6,2mm. - In addition, the range from 6mm to 12,5mm can be covered with a set of collet chucks. The set consists of 7 collets with a clamping range of Imm each and of a collet sleeve. 4.2 Extension for very small drills to 0,1mn - Drills of less than 0,3mm have to be sharpened with precision collets (0,1mm and 0,2mm) (sce point 8.2, pos. 73). These collets also can only be clamped with the collet sleeve. ‘There is now a new chuck with clamping range 0,1-2.5 mm. B 300123, regard also point 8.2, pos 71 Extension for single-lipped deep hole boring tools An angle microscope (as in chapter 4) and a special segment clamping device is required for the grinding of single- lipped deep hole boring tools. Fig. 42 Pos. 8 Microscope 1 Pos. 40 Microscope holder (microscope 2) Pos. 41 Setting ring Pos. 42 Angle microscope Pos. 43 Segment clamping device Pos. 44 Locking screw A special retaining screw (pos. 1) is fitted in the case of the DH execution. This for single-lipped deep-hole boring Swivelling back of the mount can be prevented in this way. 5.1.3 Pre-requisites for the grinding process The special clamping device as per Fig. 46 must be used if the single-lipped deep-hole boring tool (gun drill) is clamped by the boring head (single-lipped deep-hole boring tool with straight flute). Pos. 3 and 8 are only required for boring tools of diameters less than 3mm. Above 3mm we only work with pos. 2 plus a locking screw which is fitted in the place of pos. 8. A drill chuck can only be used for a cylindrical shank without straight flute. Microscope 1 can be used for boring tool lengths up to 160mm. Microscope 2 (angle microscope) is to be installed for longer boring tools. The required microscope must be adjusted as follows: - The centre of the cross wires must correspond to the centre of the boring tool (Fig. 48). - The wire side along which the chip removal surface is aligned must be adjusted in such a way in zero position that it is parallel to the slide movement (Fig. 48). The ideal grinding wheel for the material from which the boring tool is made must be used. Pine wheels are to be used for small boring tool diameters and more coarse wheels for large diameter boring tools. General details of the single-lipped boring tool The design of a single-lipped deep-hole boring tool Fig. 43 Boring head Shaft Clamping element oo 5.2.2 Designations on the single-lipped boring tool (Gun Drill) Fig. 44 petit tesa jertpaecal Margin “cylindrical Narain tack Wear ped y secondary cutting Ansie pe ke a2 2 cutting Point ‘ost clearance surface coolant / lubrication Hole mes gutting Angle Outer cutting age se oinn ne |. Clearance Fae On inner Angle margin Oa the Outer Cutting Face hors Face On Outer Cutting Angle Cutting Point, Clesrence angle 5.2.3 Shaft types and clamping of the boring tool Fig. 45 Fig. 46 GS© a Tube shaft Plain shaft Ry & Carbide shaft Head with guids Accurate centering of the boring head is only attainable with the segment clamping device. Remark: Pos. 3 and 8 in Fig. 46 are only required for boring tools of less than 3mm diameter. The segment clamping device has a special angle segment which is ideal for about 80% of all single-lipped boring tools. If the angle of the tool shaft or of the boring head respectively alters, and partly with small drills (below 2mm), clamping with the collet as per chapter 3.12.2b is preferable. 5.3 Grinding process of the single-lipped boring tool Insertion of the boring tool Boring tool length up to 160mm: - Tilt down the drill mount with the swivel lever (Nr. 14). - Slide the boring tool from the front into the segment clamping device. Boring tool length above 160mm: - Bring the drill support into zero position through the following angle setting: Main clearance angle 0° Point angle 0° Drill mount tilted down Slide positioned at the right-hand stop - Now you slide the boring tool into the segment clamping device Clamping of the boring tool The tip of the boring tool to be ground should protrude approx. 1 to 3 times the tool's diameter D from the segment clamping device (dimension h) and be clamped in this posi- tion (Fig. 47). Fig. 47 Fig. 48 5.6 5.6. a 2 Coarse positioning The slide with the support is now to be moved to the statio- nary grinding wheel, Adjust the distance between grinding wheel and tip of the boring tool with feed screw (Nr. 3a) to a few tenths of a millimeter. Adjustment of the microscope Borin 1 length up to 160mm: Tilt the drill mount upwards with swivel lever Nr. 14. Observe through microscope 1. Boring tool length above 160mm: The drill support is still in zero position as per 5.3.2. Move the slide to the right-hand stop. Observe through the angle microscope (microscope 2) Critical focusing Boring tool tip and cross wires must be clearly defined in the microscope. You must correct if they are out of focus. Coarse setting: The distance between microscope and tip of the boring tool is adjusted by moving the entire mounting of the angle microscope forward or backward (locking screw Nr. 44). This is only possible with the angle microscope. with microscope 1 it is not necessary. Care must be taken that the exact position of the microscope as per chapter 5.1.3 is correct. Fine adjustment: Each microscope features an adjustment screw to be turned to the left or right in order to move the focal point. 5.10 Adjustment of the three axes The setting angles that are now required must be adjusted through the three axes A, B and C (see chapter 5.1.3) and according to separate tables (see chapter 5.1.4). The procedure is the following: a) The desired angle of rotation of axis B must be adjusted first. The mount for holding tools has to be blocked by clamping the locking screw 18a. Scale Nr. 3b now has to be turned until the zero point corresponds to the scale mark. Now the locking screw can be loosened again and the desired angle 8 as per table 5.1.4 can be set. Then the mount for holding tools must be clamped tight again. Lock- ing screw 18a is always loosened for all subsequent jobs. b) The second angle (axis C) is adjusted at the point angle scale (Nr. 1). (Loosening and tightening respectively of locking screw Nr. 29). The third angle (axis A) is adjusted at the scale (Nx. 2) of the main clearance angle. Tt is recommended to set the two stops Nrs. 4 and 5 in such a way that one of them is always at 0°, the other at the required angle A as per table. Grinding process Bring boring tool into grinding position (coarse position as per chapter 5.5). Check the distance between grinding wheel and grinding surface once again and, if necessary, adjust in such a manner that it amounts to 0,1 - 0,3mm. Switch on grinding wheel (watch direction of rotation). Grinding is now done by feeding the boring tool with feed screw Nr. 3a (left hand) and by a small reversing movement of the slide (right hand). ‘The amount of feed must be selected so that no excessive warming up of the cutting point takes place. Checking of the ground surface 5.10.1 Boring tool length up to 160mm: Move slide with boring tool out of the grinding wheel's range and tilt the mount of the boring tool upwards The ground surface can be viewed and checked in microscope 1. 5.10.2 Boring tool length above 160mm: Nove slide to the right-hand stop and bring drill support into zero position. The ground surface can now be viewed and checked in the angle microscope. Depending on the checking criteria it is not always necessary to bring the axes A and C into zero position. In these cases it is sufficient to move the slide to the right-hand stop. Repetition of the grinding process Whether or not the checked surface must be machined once more is decided on the basis of the result. Further grinding surfaces In order to grind the further surfaces (2.3. etc.), the adjusting values according to the table must be set. (Same procedure as in chapter 5.8 to 5.11). 5.13 The 3 adjustment axes of the MM-10 The required cutting edge geometry for deep-hole boring tools can be obtained by adjusting the axes A, B and Cc. Two arbitrarily adjustable stops exist for axis A. Fix the adjustment axes for the grinding process by means of the pertaining clamping levers and locking screws re- spectively. Fig. 49 Locking screw for teol-position (only for DH version) Adjustment angles for standard deep-hole boring tools The adjustment angles for a single-lipped boring tool are stated in table 1 (four-face grinding). The degree details vary depending on the manufacturer. You should ask the maker for the ideal angles, but you can also measure them out directly on the boring tool. Abb. 50 We Ase Xs 320 Dell pocth>n im Mileoscep [om ATTENTION: Before grinding a new surface, one must be sure that the boring tool has been set back and that one does not move into the grinding wheel re- spectively. gable 1] picture Axis (in °) to B C A contol 5 to measure | - 100 25 xe 0/4 | a7 to meesure 180 35 x > D/4 u2 180 38 faces according picture 0 180 38 The adjustment angles for a single-lipped boring tool are stated in table 2 (five-face grinding). The degree details vary depending on the manufacturer. You should ask the maker for the ideal angles. Fig. 51 1 fs, > \ a ). ” A | Il , rad FS Ald an ch —| Lom Table 2 Axis (in *) Picture B C A to control 2 to measure - 120 12 xoye | the phase has" 6,5 to be keept - 18 20 sma] to measure 180 24 x= 0/8 122 faces 180 32 according picture 180 25 6. Drill support When grinding small (thin) drilling tools there is a danger of breaking them. A drill support can be used to prevent this. 6.1 Installation ‘The tool holder has been so designed that at cach tine (= also if buying the drill support later) an easy mounting is possibel. On the tool holder we have a groove. In this groove we mount the drill support. The drill support we fix with the 2 screws which are delivered together with the drill support Now we can instal the drill support as desribed with pictures 52-56 6.2 Alignment of the support finger The support finger must be set so that it supports the boring tool on both sides. Figs. 52 and 53 wrong, Fig. 54 correct. With the drill support we can grind: Point angle 0-120 degrees Secondary angles up to 26 degrees ' If more secondary angles is required than the PD-Support see chapter 6.6 is necessary Abb. 54 Grinding with the drill support ‘The support finger should be positioned as near as possible to the drill point. WRONG RIGHT Fig. 55 Fig. 56 Before starting with the grinding process, make absolutely certain that the support finger does not touch the grinding wheel. The support finger (pos. 7) must be tilted down for the changing of the Grill. The support finger can be tilted up again after the exchange. For this action the support finger can be engaged in the rest position (pos. 25). ATTENTION: Always move the slide (pos. 7, chapter 3.1) fully to the right before tilting up the mount with the drill support for viewing the tool in the micro- scope. Otherwise you grind the support finger. Drill-support, fig.57A 6.4 General details on the PCB equipment printed-ciccuit board-grinéing-device Depending on the desired drill diameter a respective cap (see Fig. 57b) can be fitted. Installation It is important to centre the cap precisely by means of the 4 laterally arranged screws. Any number of drills can be ground after this. Breaking off of the. drill during the grinding process can be ex- cluded. Important is, however, that the cartridge is care- fully moved in and out respectively (see point 7). interchangeable ,depend.diam.of drill Using a finger support it”s no moore possible to reach the moxinal values of angles for free-grinding or back-slope or center angle. These values are depending of the drill- diameter.the max.primary or secondary cleerance angle is approx. 26§, the minimal point angle is approx. 1205. ‘hinned chisel edge of drill tool ir no moore possible. With the standard finger support(chap.61) you can support drill tools with diam. max inm ‘The drill support has to be protected from fouling. For back slope angles bigger than 26§ you have to use the PC3-device (printed circuit board-grinding device, rgard next chap.) Loading device for drills for PCBs, Fig. 58 The drill support described in chapter 6 is a pre-requisite for the operations dealt with in this chapter. A support cap with a bore pos. 7 is now used instead of a support finger with a prism. The bore in question must correspond exactly to the diameter of the drilling tool. This means that cap must be available for each of the different drill diameters. First the drill has to be clamped in the chuck (outside the machine). Fig. 58. The two thread pins pos. 4 and 5 serve as stops and, after removal of pos. 3 and pos. 6, can be adjusted from the rear with a hex-spanner. The drilling tool, in the chuck, is now slid into the mount for holding tools. For this purpose the chuck must be turned into the position in which pushing-in is possible. The ring pos. 3 serves as a stop for the chuck. Thanks to the various stops it is possible to efficiently resharpen small series of drills. Alignment of the tools and the grinding operation are described in chapter 3. Fig. 58 Re BIL es The universal sharpening unit USE-90 There are two executions of universal grinding units for the METEOR MM-10. The basic construction and the application possibilities are largely the same for both executions. How- ever, the simpler type USE-90-1 is limited to the essentials and intended for smaller series and simpler tools. The type USE-90-2 provides better checking possibilities (built-in microscope, etc.) and a higher repetition accuracy, as it features several stops. Important remark: The preceding chapters 1 - 3 concern to a considerable extent also the USE-90-1 and USE-90-2. It is important, therefore, that they are read as well. ‘he universal sharpening unit USE-90-1 Reference is made to figure 8.2 because the operation is largely the same as with the execution USE-90-2. All designa~ tions or descriptions marked with an asterisk * do not apply to type USE-90-1, but to type USE-90-2 only. The most sub- stantial difference lies in the clamping and aligning respec— tively of cutting tools. As type USE-90-1 is not equipped with a microscope, a tool cutting edge must be aligned with the adjustment finger Nr. 74. The adjustment finger has to be turned forward to the tool tip, Fig. 59. The tool cutting edge to be aligned must be adjusted to the centre of the tip of the adjustment finger. The tool can now be clamped tight in the mount and the adjustment finger is to be tilted back again. Fig. 59 8.1.2 Extension of type USE-90-1 The type USE-90-1 can be upgraded at any time. a) With the angle table b) With the angle microscope, providing the possibility of viewing small tools from the front grinding surface. The angle microscope is recommended whenever a very accurate job is expected and if miniature tools are concerned. Fig. 41 The universal sharpening unit USE-90-2 Arrangement of the machine components 21 50x 51% 52% 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68x 69% 70* 1 72 73 14 15% 76% 11% 78* 79% 80 a1 Locking screw for USE Scale for x-axis Fine adjustment for x-axis Change-over screw for fast and fine adjustment of the x-axis Locking screw for longitudinal slide Scale for y-axis Fine adjustment for y-axis Scale for z-axis Fine adjustment for z-axis Scale for A-axis Locking screw for A-axis Rotary handle for A-axis Scale for B-axis Rotary handle for B-axis Locking screw for B-axis Scale for C-axis Locking screw for C-axis Securing pin for USE Locking screw for USE Microscope Locking screw for microscope Height adjustment screw for microscope Four-jaw precision chuck Precision collet Collet with large clamping range Adjustment finger (only for USE-90-1) see Fig. 59 Right end plate Microscope holding plate Screws for microscope holding plate Stop for C-axis Stop for A-axis Stopper Mount for collet MM-10-US with installed Universal Sharpening Unit USE-90-2 Fig. 60 USE-90-2 with clamping accessories Fig. 61 The coordinate system and the axis designations on the universal sharpening unit 90 Fig. 19 24 al | OC { cds Ade AA oS K The coordinate system Fig. 21 Fig. 22 Meteor MM 10-US USE 90-2 8.2.2 Description Small right- or left-handed fluted endmills, boring bars, flat end drills, engravers or other small tools with shaft diameters 0,2 to 12,5mm are re-sharpened with the universal sharpening unit. Accessories (applies to USE-90-1 and USE-90-2) a) If the USE is supplied as an accessory, the standard accessories as per item 3.4 is already included in the METEOR MM-10. In addition we supply: - Set of collets incl. clamping nut and reduction sleeve, with Imm clamping range per collet - End plate for x-axis b) The following accessories are included if the Us is supplied as an individual machine (MN-10-US): - Set of collets 1 - 13mm, 12 parts, incl. clamping nut and reduction sleeve. imm clamping range per collet. - High-grade carborundum grinding wheel, grain 250 Packed separately: machine plug with 2m cable, without mains plug fuses FST 315 mA, 2,5 A, 4 A for 220 V or fuses FST 0,8 A, 2,5 A, 8 A for 110 V engaging screws hexagon socket wrenches with (Allen key) 1,5, 2, 2,5, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8mm between flats operating instructions to METEOR MM-10 aNnwwos Special accessories See item 3.13 Installation of the USE Fit USE on the grinding table by means of dowel Nr. 66. Clamp it tight with locking screw Nr. 21. If the USE is an accessory, the complete grinding device must be removed prior to the installation. The lateral stops Nr. 22 (see 3.1) incl. fastening blocks also have to be removed. The right end plate Nr. 75 must be swapped against the end plate supplied as accessory equipment. 8.2.6 Operation of the USE Almost any position can be reached with the tool to be ground because the USE features 6 adjustable axes with scales. There are three straight adjustable axes (x-, y- and 2-axes) and 3 rotatable axes (A-, B- and C-axes). On the USE-90-2 the x-axis features a fine- and fast adjustment. The fast adjustment is by hand through lengthwise movements of the slide. The change~ over screw Nr. 52 must be loosened if one wants to use the fine adjustment. The longitudinal slide can then be fed accu- rately with the fine adjustment Nr. 51. Locking screw Nr. 53 serves for locking the longitudinal slide and may only be used if the fine adjustment is out of function (by tightening of the change-over screw Nr. 52). The y- and z-axes feature a fine adjustment without clearance and therefore do not require a clamping possibility. All three swivelling axes have locking screws and can be locked tight in the required positions. The clamping system on the USE is the same as on the standard machine. It is described in chapters 1 - 3 (collets and pre- cision chuck). The position of the microscope varies, however, and must be adjustable for focusing on the various pre-stressing lengths. (USE-90-2). Everything is laterally reversed when seen through the microscope! After clamping of a tool, the complete mounting system (A- axis) must be tilted upwards to the engaging position, under- neath the microscope. Loosen now locking screw Nr. 69 and set the microscope with the height adjustment screw in such a way that the tool's point is clearly defined through the optics. The tool's cutting edge can now be aligned to the cross wires base line Fig. 62. Fig. 62 Base line Now the angles necessary for the grinding operation can be adjusted. As there are various positions for most of the surfaces to be ground, only the best alternative is mentioned in each case. A separate applications catalog (available from about 1991) shows these and will be complemented in respect of new cutting tools on an on-going basis. However, in due course each user will gain so much experience that he will find his own special ways for "his" grinding operations. However, the following rules must be observed at all times: - The grinding wheel must always move against the cutting edge. This to avoid a build-up of heat and breaking out of the cutting edge. - If a surface has to be ground off, the depth of cut should be set outside the grinding wheel, followed by the infeed motion against the grinding wheel. Surface to be ground off Grinding wheel Tool WRONG RIGHT Grinding radiuses No radiuses can be ground with the USE-90-1. Tools with radiuses can be ground with the USE-90-2. To permit grinding of particularly small and precise radii it may be necessary to supply a different microscope (other magnification, standard = 10x). This is not part of the standard accessories. However, smaller and bigger radii can be ground without difficulties with the standard USE-90-2. The procedure is the following: the radius center point to be ground must be exactly ebove the c-axis. This means that the tool to be ground is positioned in such a way, that it is over the center point of the C-axis. Regard pic.67.For that reason the microscope must be putted in vertical position Fig. 64.the tool must now be clamped so that, after adjustment of all angles, the desired radius corresponds with the pertaining microscope circle in the microscope. See Fig. 65. Fig. 64 During subsequent grinding the infeed must only be through the x- and y-axes. The complete tool mount must be swivel- lea at the desired angle (usually 90°) around the C-axis for this purpose. Radius Fig. 65 Alignment _in microscope Grinding process at the grinding wheel Material to be Sf ground off R = desired radius Grinding movement Infeed through the Y-axis To be able to grind a radius whose centre point does not correspond to the centre axis of the tool, Fig. 66, the fastening block must be moved by the dimension U. Material to be ground off Uys R = desired redius Lateral radius The three screws Nr. 81, Fig. 69 are to be loosened. Fastening block Nr. 80, Fig. 67 can then be moved sidewise with adjustment screw Nr. 82, Fig. 67, until the dimension U is reached (check through the microscope). After this the fastening block must be moved back to its standard position. a) check through the microscope b)check with alignment tools pic. 67 pos.84 If the microscope is not exactly putted back to the starting point, you will not get pefect radius. Grinding of boring bars Adjust the length of the boring bar by means of the support finger or the microscope. Clamp the bar. set the height adjustment in such a way that the bar is positioned below the grinding wheel. Bring the tool's cutting edge to the wheel by turning of the B-axis. The cutting point should be located in the centre of the adjustment finger (USE 90-1) or in the microscope (USE 90-2). Move boring bar below the wheel edge by means of the hori- zontal and vertical adjustment. Set the desired cutting angle. Grind. Fig. 66-1 Recommen utting angles Steel 30 - 50 kg/mm2 25° 50 - 80 kg/mm2 20° Grey iron 10° Aluminium 30° Copper 30° Brass 0 - 10° Additional information on boring tools ‘Ausbohrstohl ASB: v Kobol,Rapidund TN-besehicttet or rmtHanmetall for Stahl 2 firGuss a Die Schneiatante muss ste gegen Zentrum velcten Eckstahl ECS axial: aus Kobalt, Rapid und TIN-beschichtet w rmitHertmetall— firStabl Fg firGuss iP Eckstait ECS radial: aus Kebalt, Rapid, Til-beschichtet 4 a und mit Harenetal ca tensile NUS, SEN, HAS, GRS ausKobalt Rapid und TAV-teschichiet 2 Fachgewndestahie 1. ritHarimetall—firStahl iy fir use 1° \ Gewindescatl GWVS und trapexgewindestahl TRG: axial undraiat v Die Spantaiche sot nach Magichket toll geschiitlen werden. Enptahlene Spanvinke! fir ASB, ECS, NUS, HAS, GRS, FL “uverartehendes Material Spanwinnel Kobat Rapidund TIN-beschichtet | Harinetall ‘Stahl 30-S0kgima? 7° i rs Stahl50-80%g'm=? ao" 1S Grauguas 015° 1 Aluminium o 2-28 Kupfer io 20-25 Messing oe card Grinding of cutters After adjusting the necessary angles (axis A and C) you first grind a surface(normally 20§ cutting angle, reg. drawing) You grind the clearance angle while turning the cutter. Automatically measure A is bigger than B. Longitudinal radius of cutter: reg. pict.66 and description under pict. 66 me Schneictkante [Cuttiny Pico --—-— Sthneickonte Cutting Face Grinding of taps Principally you only regrind the first part of the tep (xeg.point, identical procedure) Attention on the lips of the tap, do not grind the next lip. Put the tool on the ideal position to the grinding wheel. Grinding of square steel bars and pattern plates Please regard point 9. If you have to grind a definied radius on square steel bars, you need 2 square steel holding ring.This ring is mounted instead of the collet. Then you go on as described under pict 66. The following holding ring are available: 10x10 mn, :Art. B 400673-00 12x12 mn, :Art. B 400663-00 8.2.8 Alignment of the microscope (fine alignment at the works) The microscope is pinned in the aligned positions and once more checked prior to the machine's despatch. However, if the microscope's position is found to be wrong at sone stage, the following procedure should be adopted: Instal the micro- scope in vertical position, see Figs. 64 and 67. Fit the aligning tool Nr. 84 on the dovel Nr. 83. The point of this aligning tool must now be located in the centre of the micro- scope. If this is not the case, the scale in the microscope has to be moved into the centre. For this purpose We open the scx — elow the microscope and adjust the recticle so that the cross wires are in the centre and at the same time the base line must be parallel to the grinding wheel. The parallelity can be checked with the aid of a tool ground at a right angle. Once the centre point of the microscope corresponds with the centre point of the C-axis, the tool centre axis must corres- pond with the microscope's centre point. This means that the dimension U as per Fig. 66 must be zero. Correction is made through moving of the fastening block and is described under item 8.2.7. IMPORTANT: These adjustment jobs must be carried out very carefully. For this reason they should only be attended to by a professional (manufacturer or his local representative). Spindle housing The microscope can be changed readily and without particular tools from the tilted position to the vertical position. Fig. 67 below shows the universal sharpening unit with the vertically installed microscope Fig. 67 Flat table for USE-90 The entire mount for holding tools can be exchanged against a flat table. See Figs. 67, 68 and 69. The four fastening screws Nr. 86 must be loosenen and the mount for holding tools can be pulled away. Now the flat table Nr. 87 can be secured with the same four fastening screws Nr. 86. The flat cutting tools can be fastened with the clamping older. ‘The cutting tool can be watched through the microscope during the grinding process. Even radii can be made on flat tools Installation and removal of the flat table is accomplished with the supplied spanners. Fig. 68 Lateral stop (item 3.2) NM-10 pos. 22 is fitted as pos. 80 in this case. a4 Alignment of the mount for holding tools in the microscope by the user The following must be observed when removen the flat table again and installing the mounting device: - Bring microscope in tilted position and align accurately to the diameter figures with a round bar. - Bring microscope in vertical position and check with semi- xound bar whether the cross is at a right angle to the graticule. - If not ideally positioned, the mount can be alignea accu- rately by means of the following screws: see Fig. 66-1, pos. 1 see Fig. 69, pos. 81 - If the positioning is still not in order, it is possible to alter the graticule in the microscope (however, this should not be necessary). Please see Pt. $2.8 Mounting problems with micro tools Tools that are allowed to protrude only a little from the collet are clamped as follows: The entire collet chuck fixture can be fitted approx. 8mm forward, i.e. closer to the grinding wheel. For this purpose one removes the collet chuck fixture or the angle table at the 4 fastening screws (see Fig. 68/69, pos. 86 and Fig. 66-1, pos. 1) with the supplied special hexagon box wrench, and then installs it at the front mounting holes already provided. Care must be taken that the fixture is mounted at the correct angle again ATTENTION: The collet chuck fixture is positioned by a pin which is tightened by a screw! 10. Important Potentioneter for adjustment of light in microscope and monitor Execution with monitor A camera is fitted instead of the microscope go ane res tasks of checking and aligning are nade easier £00 31), The image of the cutting tool is displayed bes © identical the screen. All operation movements are oe se this case ou : . Inportan jen using the monitor execution. Taper ‘ant, oY oq where the screen that ideal lighting conditions prt this work is carried out. (Image quality on varies with with the lighting conditions). then you will Please put the monitor in a dark place, have a perfect picture! { Fig. 70 f adjustment for Light on monitor is instruction I any problems are encountered although this ine conta manual is adhered to, please contact your loca: tive or the manufacturer:

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