Oct 29, 2020
What are the reasons for belt wear of vibrating grinder
Vibration grinding machine is suitable for surface polishing, chamfering, deburring, polishing and polishing of small and medium-sized workpieces. After processing, the original shape and dimensional accuracy of the parts are not damaged, the internal stress of the parts is eliminated, and the surface finish and accuracy of the parts are improved.
The belt of the vibrating grinder may change during operation. We know that the grinder squeezes the surface of the drum in a horizontal state and rubs according to different speeds to achieve the grinding effect. The internal device of the grinder is adjustable to improve the extrusion effect. For example, the grinding roller can be pushed to produce displacement to deepen the degree of extrusion and grinding.
But in actual application, the belt of the grinder is prone to some abnormal conditions, including belt equipment problems, pulley equipment problems, pulley groove problems, belt load problems, etc. The main reason for these problems is that the belt pulley of the vibrating grinder is not in place, and the belt may be too tight or relatively loose during the installation process.
Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to check whether the equipment of the vibration grinder pulley is in good condition. The end faces of the two pulleys are on different surfaces. When they are not on the same side, it will accelerate the wear rate of the belt and cause the belt to fall off. When the wheel hub is not fixed well and the positioning bolt is too loose, the pulley will be displaced during operation, thereby changing the end surface of the pulley.
Vibration grinding machine is a kind of equipment that can both finish and finish processing. With the help of the relative movement of the grinding tool and the workpiece under a certain pressure, the tiny chips are removed from the surface of the workpiece, so as to obtain a surface with high dimensional accuracy, geometric accuracy and extremely low surface roughness. The processed surface shapes include flat surfaces, inner and outer cylindrical and conical surfaces, convex and concave spherical surfaces, threads, tooth surfaces and other contours.