CNC tool setter for tool z axis position setting has optional contact type NC (4 wire) or NO (6 wire), contact surface diameter 10mm and tool setting travel 5.0mm. Tool height setter has a height of 42mm, a cable length of 1.5m, repetition time of 2 million times and power supply DC 10-30V.
Tool setter for CNC machine centers z axis setting has contact surface diameter 20mm, accuracy 0.001mm, 65mm height and tool speed 50-200mm/min. The rated voltage of tool height setter is 24VDC. CNC tool setter has optional contact type NC (4 wire) or NO (6 wire) can be used for machine systems of Siemens, Mitsubishi, Syntec, LNC, Fagor, etc.
Z axis tool setter with height 72mm can be used in CNC machine tool z axis zero setting. CNC tool setter has 2 million repetition times, 0.001mm accuracy, 20mm contact surface diameter, 5.0mm travel, 0.005/10mm parallelism and optional contact type NC (4 wire) or NO (6 wire). The power supply of tool setter is DC 10-30V, 10-20mA.
CNC tool height setter has power supply DC 10-30V, height 90mm, contact surface diameter 20mm and tool setting travel 5.0mm. Tool setter with 2 million repetition times can be used for tool z axis setting in various CNC machine centers or lathe. CNC tool setter also has a cable with 1.5m length and optional contact type NC (4 wire) or NO (6 wire).
During the processing of the workpiece, the adjustment of the tool is time-consuming, inconvenient and difficult. Finally, trial cutting is required. Therefore, the tool setter shows great superiority in the CNC machine centers and lathe. For a CNC machine center equipped with a tool setter, the offset value of the tool to the workpiece coordinate system can be automatically set after the tool setting, thereby automatically establishing the workpiece coordinate system. The installation of the tool setter can also focus on monitoring, alarming and compensation of tool wear and damage during processing. For tool breakage alarm or tool replacement after a certain degree of wear, a value is set according to the amount of wear allowed by the tool. Once the error detected by the tool setter exceeds this value, the tool is considered to be broken or exceeds the allowable wear value. The machine tool will automatically alarm and stop, and then force the replacement of the tool. If the position of the tool head changes due to thermal deformation of the machine tool, the tool setting instrument can also regard it as the wear value and solve it by tool offset value compensation.