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									Operating Instructions—Parts Manual
Turret Drilling and
Tapping Machine
                                Table of Contents

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS-----------------------------------------------------------------2
  1. General-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------2
  2. Check points before operation-------------------------------------------------------2
  3. Remarks on operation--------------------------------------------------------------2~3
PREFACE--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4
       A. MACHINE COMPOSITION--------------------------------------------------5
Machinery general safety warnings----------------------------------------------------6~7
General Electrical Cautions-----------------------------------------------------------------8
Safety Instructions for Drill Press---------------------------------------------------------9
Introduction-------------------------------------------------------------------------------10~11
Installation and Setup-------------------------------------------------------------------12~14
Operation----------------------------------------------------------------------------------15~17
Maintenance-------------------------------------------------------------------------------18~22
Troubleshooting-------------------------------------------------------------------------------23
Troubleshooting, cont------------------------------------------------------------------------24
Replacement Parts----------------------------------------------------------------------------25
Assembled View-Externally-Mounted Components-----------------------------------26
Parts Listing-Externally- Mounted Components---------------------------------------27
Assembled Views (Inset Views)-Externally-Mounted Components-----------------28
Parts Listing (Inset Views)-Externally- Mounted Components----------------------29
Cutaway View-Turret Drive Components------------------------------------------------30
Parts Listing-Turret Drive Components--------------------------------------------------31
Assembled View-Slide Housing-------------------------------------------------------------32
Parts Listing-Slide Housing-----------------------------------------------------------------33
Parts Location View/Parts Listing-Clutch Assembly----------------------------------34
Parts Location View/Parts Listing-Feed Handle Assembly---------------------------35
D. INSTALLATION
D-1 Foundation and Leveling---------------------------------------------------------------36
D-2 Machine Environment------------------------------------------------------------------37
D-3 Electric Wiring---------------------------------------------------------------------------37
NEVER OPERATE THE MACHINE WITHOUT READING THIS
INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAREFULLY IN ORDER TO GET
THOROUGHLY ACQUAINTED WITH THE CAPABILITIES,
FUNCTIONS AND SAFETY PROVISION OF THIS MACHINE.
BE SURE TO SAVE THIS BOOK NEAR AT HAND.
                              SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

SNICO machines are equipped with various safety provision to protect the operator as well as the

machine from unexpected accidents and hazards. Nonetheless, the operator is expected to follow the

instructions below to prevent unforeseeable accidents.



1. General


     1) Put on clothes, shoes, etc. suitable for safe operation.



     2) Keep the machine and the working site clean all the time.



     3) Do not touch the control unit with a wet hand.



     4) Check and adjust the machine periodically for safety as instructed in this manual.




2. Check points before operation


     1) Chick that the doors of the electric box and the operation panel are securely closed.



     2) Check that there is no obstacle around the machine.



     3) Check that covers and guards of the machine are fitted to the correct position.



     4) Check that the lubricant level is as specified and that the lubricant is adequately supplied to

        slideways.




3. Remarks on operation


     1) Read carefully and follow strictly the instruction given in this manual.



     2) This machine is automatic, so that it may start suddenly while it seems completely stopped,

        which occurrence is dangerous. Be sure to press Spindle Stop button in manual mode befote

        opening the door.



     3) High voltage is applied inside of the electric box and the operation box. Shut off the factory
  power source before opening its door. Remember that input wiring to main switch is powered

  even when main switch of the machine is turned off.



4) In machining a workpiece for the first time with a new program, first run the program without a

  workpiece, and check the program contents and to check that there is no interference between

  movable parts.



5) Check the clamping condition and the arrangement of the cutting tools.



6) Make sure that the coolant nozzles are directed to the workpieces.



7) Be sure to execute the zero point return after power on.



8) Never fail to perform the required procedure before resuming the automatic operation after it

  was stopped halfway. Or restart the program from the very beginning.



9) Do not touch the switches and buttons on the operation panel inadvertently during automatic

  operation.



10) Manipulate switches and buttons correctly and firmly.


11) Function and operations not described“possible”in this manual must be considered as

  “impossible ”and must not be carried out.



12) Never touch the spindle or the tool while the spindle is rotating.



13) Be sure to wait for the spindle to stop completely before attempting to remove chips from the

   tool.



14) Possible danger always exists during cutting operation that coolant, chips or broken tool tip

  may splash from the machine. To avoid potential hazards, keep a proper distance from the

  machine.



15) Never attempt to clean or inspect the machine while in operation. Be sure to bring it to a

  complete stop before cleaning or inspecting is carried out.
PREFACE


We greatly appreciate your selection of our Turret Drilling & Tapping Machine“STC-12A/12B”for your

plant.



This machine allows high precision positioning and cutting. In fact, this machine has been developed for

works such as drilling, boring, reaming, tapping, countersink etc.

This manual provides essential information and instruction necessary for operation, adjustment and

maintenance of the machine.


Please read this manual carefully and thoroughly prior to the operation of“STC-12A/STC-200”, to

ensure the safety and efficiency and reliable performance for years of operation. Also, refer to
“Operator’s Manual for CNC”for information concerning programming and automatic operation.
      A. MACHINE COMPOSITION

     “STC-12A/STC-200”consists of the following parts:



              Machine body

              Numerical control system

              Electric box



      The machine is controlled by the numerical control system. Z axes are driven respectively by

servo motors through Gear Reduce Box. Spindle revolution is given by the spindle motor via V-belts. All

other commands such as coolant pump start, etc. are processed by using miscellaneous functions in the

numerical control system.
      ! WARNING
  Misuse of this machine can cause serious          When servicing machine:

  injury                                              Always disconnect the machine from its
  For safety, machine must be set up, used and        electrical supply while servicing.
  serviced properly.                                  Always follow instructions in Operating
  Read, understand and follow instructions in the     Instructions and Parts Manual when changing
  Operating Instructions and Parts Manual which       accessory tools or parts.
  was shipped with your machine.                      Never modify the machine without consulting
                                                      Wilton Corporation.
When setting up machine:

  Always avoid using machine in damp or poorly      You—the stationary power tool user—
  lighted work areas.                               hold the key to safety.
  Always be sure the machine support is             Read and follow these simple rules for best
  securely                                          results and full benefits from your machine. Used
  anchored to the floor or the work bench.          properly Wilton’s machinery is among the best in
                                                    design and safety. However, any machine used
When using machine:                                 improperly can be properly trained in how to use
  always wear safety glasses with side shields      them correctly. They should read and understand
  (See ANSI Z87.1)                                  the Operating Instructions and Parts Manual as
  Never wear loose clothing or jewelry.             well as all labels affixed to the machine. Failure
  Never overreach—you may slip and fall.            in following all of these warnings can cause
                                                    serious injuries.
 Machinery general safety warnings

1. Always wear protective eye wear when               pulling you into the machine.
  operating machinery. Eye wear shall be impact
  resistant, protective safety glasses with side    4.Keep guards in place and in proper working
  shields which comply with ANSI Z87.1              order. Do not operate the machine with guards
  specifications. Use of eye wear which does not      removed.
  comply with ANSI Z87.1 specifications could
  result in severe injury from breakage of eye      5.Avoid dangerous working environments. Do not
  protection.                                         Use stationary machine tools in wet or damp
                                                      locations. Keep work areas clean and well lit.
2. Wear proper apparel. No loose clothing or
  jewelry which can get caught in moving parts.     6.Avoid accidental starts by being sure the start
  Rubber soled footwear is recommended for            Switch is“OFF”before plugging in the
  best footing.                                       machine.


3. Do not overreach. Failure to maintain proper     7.Never leave the machine running while unat-
  working position can cause you to fall into the     tended. Machine shall be shut off whenever it
  machine or cause your clothing to get caught—       is
  not in operation.


8.Disconnect electrical power before servicing.       17.Keep hands in sight and clear of all moving

  Whenever changing accessories or general            parts and cutting surfaces.

  maintenance is done on the machine, electrical

  power to the machine must be disconnected           18.All visitors should be kept at a safe distance

  before work is done.                                  from the work area. Make workshop

                                                        completely safe by using padlocks, master

9.Maintain all machine tools with care. Follow all      switches, or by removing starter keys.

  maintenance instructions for lubricating and

the                                                   19.Know the tool you are using—its application,

  changing of accessories. No attempt shall be          limitations, and potential hazards.

  made to modify or have makeshift repairs done

  to the machine. This not only voids the

  warranty but also renders the machine unsafe.



10.Machinery must be anchored to the floor.



11.Secure work. Use clamps or a vise to hold

  work, when practical. It is safer than using your

  hands and it frees both hands to operate the

  machine.



12.Never brush away chips while the machine is

  in operation.



13.Keep work area clean. Cluttered areas invite

  accidents.



14.Remove adjusting keys and wrenches before

  turning machine on.



15.Use the right tool. Don’t force a tool or

  attachment to do a job it was not designed for.



16.Use only recommended accessories and

  follow manufacturers instructions pertaining to

  them.
                                                       Wire sizes
                                                       !Caution: for circuits which are far away from

                                                       the electrical service box, the wire size must be

       General Electrical Cautions                     in-creased in order to deliver ample voltage to

                                                       the motor. To minimize power losses and to

This saw should be grounded in accordance with         prevent motor overheating and burnout, the use

the National Electrical Code and local codes and       of wire sizes for branch circuits or electrical

ordinances. This work should be done by a              extension cords according to the following table

qualified                                              is recommended.

electrician. The saw should be grounded to

protect

the user from electrical shock.



                                                       AWG (American wire gauge) number
                                                       240 volt lines               120 volt lines
                                                       No. 14                         No. 14
     Conductor length                                  No. 14                         No. 12
                                                       No. 12                         No.     8
     0-50 feet
     50-100 feet
     Over 100 feet




          A                   B                    C                      D                       E
Safety Instructions for Drill Press

1. All work shall be secured using either clamps or a

  vise to the drill press table. It is unsafe to use Your

  hands to hold any workpiece being drilled.                5. Keep hands in sight. Do not put hands or fingers

                                                              around on, or below any rotating cutting tools.

2. Drill press head and table shall be securely locked        Leather safety gloves should be used when handing

  to the column before operating the drill press. This        any sharp objects or cutting tools. See Figure A.

  must always be checked prior to starting the ma-

  chine.                                                    6. Always wear protective eye wear when operating,

                                                              servicing or adjusting machinery. Eyewear shall be

3. Always use the correct tooling. Tooling shall              impact resistant, protective safety glasses with side

  always be maintained and properly sharpened. All            shields complying with ANSI Z87.1 specifications.

  tooling must be run at the proper speeds and feeds          Use of the eye wear which does not comply with

  as they apply to the job. Use only recommended              ANSI Z87.1 specifications could result in severe

  accessories and follow those manufacturers                  injury from breakage of eye protection. See Figure

  instructions will not only ruin the tooling as well as      B..

  the

  machine, but can cause serous injury.                     7. When drilling in material which causes dust, a dust

                                                              mask shall be worn. See Figure C.

4. Never brush away any chips while the machine is

  in operation. All clean up should be done when the        8. Avoid contact with coolant, especially guarding the

  machine is stopped.                                         eyes.



                                                            9. Non-slip footwear and safety shoes are

                                                              recommended. See Figure D.



                                                            10. Wear ear protectors (plugs or muffs) during

                                                              extended periods of operation. See Figure E.
                                                     A feed handle is provided on the right side of the

                                                     machine. The feed handle is fitted with a coiled

                                                     flat spring that helps to return the slide to the up

                                                     position.



                                                     A switch box is provided at the left front of the
Introduction                                         table. The box contains the emergency shutoff

This manual includes operating and maintenance       and ON/OFF switches.

instructions for the Wilton Model W1D-series and

W1DP-series Turret Drill and Tapping Machine.        A coolant reservoir and pump is an available

This manual also includes parts listings and         option. The reservoir can be mounted beneath

illustrations of replaceable parts.                  the work table or in another convenient location.



The turret head is mounted on the slide housing      The pump is fitted with an electrical cable that

of the machine. The slide housing is mounted on      connects to a receptacle on the back of the

two vertical columns. The slide housing is           electrical enclosure (refer to Figure 2). The

positioned on the columns using a threaded rod       coolant flow control valve and flex tube is

that is attached to the upper column support         installed at the left rear of the machine.

housing.

                                                     The machine drive motor is located at the back of

The side housing supports a hexagon-shaped           the slide housing. The motor is fitted with two

indexing bar. The indexing bar has adjustable        pulleys to enable the machine to be set up to

depth stops mounted on all six sides of the bar;     operate at different speeds.

one stop for each spindle. The stops are adjusted

to control the depth of the hole being drilled.      The drive motor pulleys are connected to

                                                     machine drive pulleys by a V-belt. The V-belt is
A speed control drum is mounted on the top of the    placed on the innermost or outermost motor and

slide housing. The speed control drum has a          the drive pulleys to obtain the required spindle

speed selection knob for each turret spindle. The    speeds (refer to the Operation section for speed
knobs are marked“H”(for high motor speed)            change procedures).
and“L”(for low motor speed). These knobs

allow you to pre-select the speed required for       A pulley cover is removed to gain access to the

each spindle.                                        drive belt. Removing the cover actuates an

                                                     interlock switch that prevents operation of the

Guards are provided on both sides of the turret to   motor when the pulleys are exposed.

protect the operator from injury by the tools when

the turret indexes to the next position.
   Figure 2: Key Features (Rear view                Figure 3: Turret Indexing Switch
   With pulley cover removed)


A belt-tensioning lever is provided to
made it easy to replace the V-belt or to
reposition the V-belt to change spindle
speeds.


A turret indexing switch (refer to figure 3) is

mounted on the top of the slide housing. The

switch has a roller-type follower that follows a

machined ramp on the main machine housing.

The follower enters the ramp when the slide

housing is approximately3/4-inch from its upper

most travel limit. When the follower nears the

bottom of the ramp, the switch actuates, causing

the turret to index to the next spindle location.



The switch can be adjusted using the jam nut on

the barrel of the switch plunger.
                                                            1. Place the coolant reservoir on the floor between the
Installation and Setup                                        legs of the machine.

                                                            2. Connect the coolant supply tube to the fitting on the

Mounting                                                      underside of the worktable. Secure with hose clamp.

The machine legs have mounting holes that can be            3. Install the pump cable connector in the receptacle on

used to secure the machine to the floor. It is                the side of the electrical enclosure.

recommended that the machine be anchored to the             4. Fill the reservoir with the required coolant.

floor for safe operation.

                                                            Electrical Connection
Freeing-up Drill Head                                       Refer to the Wiring Diagram section for wiring

Drill head travel during shipment is restrained by one of   information. Connection to electrical power should be

the depth stops on the indexing bar. To free-up the drill   made by a qualified electrician. Observe local electrical

head, proceed as follows:                                   codes when connecting the machine.



1. Remove the cap screw retaining the stop bracket.         Adjusting Position of Slide Housing
2. Temporarily install the bracket at the top of the        The slide housing may be raised or lowered to

  indexing column. The drill head should be free to         accommodate the height of the work piece and/or the

  move.                                                     length of the drill or tapping adapter.

3. Reposition the bracket as required during setup of       To change position, loosen the two clamping bolts on

  the first work piece. Secure with the cap screw.          the main machine housing. Then rotate the hex

                                                            adjuster as required to raise of lower the slide housing

Installation of Drive Belt                                  (refer to Figure4).

The machine is shipped without the drive belt installed.

The drive belt will need to be installed on the pulley

pairs that will provide the spindle speed required. To

install the belt, proceed as follows:



1. Loosen two cap screws securing the belt cover.

2. Remove the belt from the tools package provided

  with the machine

3. Rifer to the Operation section to determine the pulley

  pairs that should be used to obtain the desired speed.

4. Install the cover and secure with two cap screws.

  Make sure the electrical interlock switch is closed

  when the cover is installed.



Coolant System                                                    Figure 4: Raising/Lowering Slide
Connect the coolant system to the machine as follows:             Housing
Spindle Setup                                                 depth stop screw at each position to suit the work.

                                                              The turret will index automatically when slide

!Caution: MAKE SURE THE CHUCK MOUNTING                        housing is raised to its upper travel limit. To repeat

FACE AND SPINDLE SHOULDER ARE FREE OF                         operations at one spindle without indexing, simply

DIRT AND DEBRIS IN ORDER TO ASSURE                            avoid raising the slide to the upper limit.

ACCURATE MACHINING.                                         6. To skip a station, or stations first adjust depth stop

                                                              screw down to shortest stroke to prevent feeding an

1. Determine the sequence in which you wish to mount          unused station. A short downward and upward stroke

  the cutting tools on the turret head. The sequence          of feed handle will allow turret to index to next

  should consider not only the operations to be               station.

  performed; it should also consider the spindle            7. Set the depth for each spindle by adjusting stop

  speeds available at each station.                           blocks for each spindle. Use the scale on right of

2. Keep the overhang of all tools as equal as possible        column for rough setting. Remove the cap screw

  to eliminate lost motion required to bring the tools to     from the stop block. Move the stop block to the

  the work. (Use spindle extensions to equalize tool          position on the indexing bar that comes closest to

  length; extensions are available in 1-inch, 2-inch,         the desired depth stop location. Make final

  and 3-inch lengths).                                        adjustments by loosening the knurled nut and turning

3. Mount cutting tools in proper sequence in the chucks,      the dipth stop screw until it contacts the stop bar.

  sleeves, tapping heads, etc. (refer to Figure 5).           Install and tighten the cap screw.

                                                            !Warning: MAKE SURE THE TIP OF THE

                                                            TOOLS DO NOT EXTEND MORE THAN 13

                                                            INCHES FROM THE CENTER OF THE TURRET

                                                            TO AVOID INJURY OR DAMAGE TO THE

                                                            CUTTING TOOL.
                                                            Maximum distance from center of turret to tip of tool

                                                            should not exceed 13 inches to assure safe clearance

                                                            within the guards (refer to CAUTION plate in Figure 6).



                                                                            !CAUTION

                                                               A. Turret may index one station when
      Figure 5: Turret with Spindle                               spindle is started.
      Adapters and Extensions                                 B. Do not feed spindle downward while
                                                                 turret is indexing.
4. Set turret head to convenient working clearance over       C. Tool    should not extend over 350(mm)
  the work by raising or lowering the main housing on            from center of turret to tip of drill.
  columns Loosen clamping bolts and raise or lower by                    Figure 6: CAUTION Plate
  turning hex adjuster at top of columns. When proper

  height is reached, tighten the clamping bolts.            ※NOTE: DO not feed a spindle downward while the

5. Operate the machine through working cycle. Set the       turret is indexing.
A— Cleaning: At time of shipment, all exposed,

   machined surfaces are coated with a rust

   preventative. Before moving either the slide

   or the body these surfaces should be

   thoroughly cleaned to remove the rust

   preventative. This is extremely important

   since it prevents any dirt and grit that may

   have accumulated on the rust preventative

   from working under the sliding members and

   causing undue wear. Mount feed handles and

   spindle guard, as per drawing.



B— Bring leads to terminals R, S, T, in electrical

   panel.



C—Once power is brought to the machine, DO

NOT INDEX THE TURRET UNTIL YOU HAVE

CHECKED DIRECTION OF ROTATION OF THE

MOTOR. The red arrow on belt guard indicates

correct direction of spindle, quickly jog ON and

OFF switch at front of table. Spindle should rotate

in clockwise direction.
Operation                                          Setting Spindle Speeds
Controls                                           There are six H/L (High/Low) knurled knobs in

The start and stop switches and the emergency      the housing at the top of the indexing column

stop switch are mounted in a switch box at the     (refer to Figure 9). These knobs are used to set

left front of the machine (refer to Figure 7).     high (H) or low (L) speeds required at each tool

                                                   station on the turret.




   Figure 7: Motor Control Switches
                                                      Figure 9: High/Low Spindle Speed
There are two toggle switches on the side of the      Setting Knobs
electrical enclosure on the left side of the

machine (refer to Figure 8). The upper toggle      Refer to the spindle speed chart in Figure 10.

switch is a two-position switch that is used to    The chart shows the speeds that are available at

change motor speed from high speed to low          each turret station spindles

speed. The second toggle switch is the coolant

pump switch.                                                     SPINDLE SPEED CHART

                                                                    KNOB          PULLEY POSITION
                                                     SPINDLE
                                                                   POSITION          H           L
                                                                        H          4010        1355
                                                         1-4
                                                                        L          2005         675
                                                                        H          2550         860
                                                         2-5
                                                                        L          1275         430
                                                                        H          1630         550
                                                         3-6
                                                                        L           815         275


                                                         Figure 10: Spindle Speed Char




       Figure 8: HI/LO Speed Switch
                                                   The spindle speed of the machine is set up in
       and Coolant Pump Switch
                                                   two ranges: high and low. The machine uses a
two-step, V-belt drive located at rear of machine.       chart in Figure 10).

There are two drive ranges that provide two

speeds for each spindle is available through the       5. If set incorrectly, the turret indexing speed will

use of a two-speed motor.                                be too rapid or too slow. The machine is

                                                         designed to index the turret head at a pre-set

Spindle speed changes are accomplished as                speed. The indexing speed designed into the

follows:                                                 machine has been selected to provide for

                                                         maximum machine life and production output.

1. A high and a low speed range is provided by a
  two-step“V”belt drive (refer to Figure 11 at         6. If you find that the turret head indexes too fast

  the bottom of the page).                               or too slow, it may be and indication that either

                                                         1) the indexing micro-switch is not operating
!CAUTION: THE HI/LO SPEED TOGGLE                         correctly, or2) the HI/LO toggle switch is in the

SWITCH (SEE FEGURE 8) MUST BE SET IN                     wrong position.
THE“HI”POSITION FOR HIGH PULLEY

SETUP AND“LO”POSITION FOR LOW

PULLY SETUP.



2. Set the HI/LO speed toggle switch (see Figure

  8) in the position required by the position of the

  V-belt. Put the switch in the HI position for a

  high speed pulley set up. Put the switch in the

  LO position for a low speed pulley set up.

  (Refer to the CAUTION plate in Figure 12, to

  the right.)



3. To change the speed range, remove the belt

  cover at rear of the machine. Loosen the
  clamping screw (see Ref. No. 21, Turret Drive

  Components, Replacement Parts section).
                                                                Figure 12: CAUTION Plate
  Turn the belt tension lever to loosen the V-belt.
                                                                (Belt Position VS.“HI/LOW”
  Place the belt in the High or Low speed pulleys
                                                                Switch Position)
  as required. Turn belt tension lever to tighten

  the belt. Tighten the clamping screw.



4. Use the H/L knobs on the speed control drum

  at the top of slide housing to pre-select the

  speed for each spindle (see speed control
Figure 11: Belt-to-Pulley Setup (for“HI/LOW”Speed Operation)
                                                      periodically removed during operation of the
Maintenance                                           machine. Chips and other machining debris

Lubrication                                           should be removed upon completion of the

The turret head and gearbox are filled with a         machining operation and whenever the machine

high-grade gear oil (Mobil compound D-D or            is not being used.

equivalent) before the machine is shipped from

the factory. The turret head and gearbox are filled   Adjustment of Safety Clutch
to the proper level on the oil gage. A common oil     After the drill and tap machine has been in used

supply lubricates both the turret head and the        for sometime, the turret head may index

gearbox.                                              sluggishly, or does not index completely. Chick to

                                                      make sure there is no binding of the turret head.

Check the oil level with spindle No. 2 in operating   If there is no binding, it may be necessary to

position. The oil level on the turret oil gage        tighten the safety clutch.

should be at level marked in red.                      !WARNING: DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL

                                                                      POWER TO THE MACHINE

The machine drive shaft is equipped with                              BEFORE PERFORMING ANY

grease-sealed universal joints. Check periodically                    MACHINTENANCE.

for grease leaks through the boot on the

universal joint. Replace the universal joint if       Tighten the clutch as follows (refer to Figure 13):

leakage is noted. If not replaced, the universal      1. Shut off the drive motor.

joints will wear out very quickly.                    2. Disconnect electrical power.

                                                      3. Move the slide housing to its lowest position to

After the machine has been in operation                 expose the bearing adjustment nut.

approximately 30 days, drain oil from the turret      4. Tighten lock nut.

head and gearbox and refill to proper level with

correct grade machine oil.



Drain plugs are provided at bottom of gearbox,

and on perimeter of turret head. The fill hole is

located between spindles No’s, 4 and 5 on the

perimeter of turret head.


※NOTE: The turret and gearbox are filled with

KLUBER type Lamora 320, Vg. 320oil, at the

factory.



Cleaning
Chips generated by drilling an tapping should be
Adjustment of Feed Handle Spring                    tension on the spring. Turn the feed shaft

                                                    clockwise to decrease spring tension.


                                                    !CAUTION:ONE-HALF REVOLUTION
                                                    OF SHAFT WILL MAKE
                                                    CONSIDERABLE DIFFERENCEIN
                                                    SPRING TENSION AND
                                                    COUNTERWEIGHT ACTION.


                                                  5. When the spring force is as desired, install the

                                                    safety screw.



                                                  Replacing Feed Handle Spring
                                                  Replace feed handle spring (refer to Figure 13):

                                                  1. Disconnect electrical power.

                                                  2. Lower the slide housing until rack is out of
     Figure 13: Cutaway View of
                                                    engagement with feed handle pinion gear.
     Tripper Mechanism
  !WARNING: DISCONNECT
                                                    !CAUTION: ONE-HALF REVOLUTION
  ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE
  MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY                     OF SHAFT WILL MAKE CONSIDERABLE

  MAINTENANCE.                                      DIFFERENCEIN SPRING TENSION AND
                                                    COUNTERWEIGHT ACTION.

Increasing Spring Force
                                                  3. Remove (3) cap screws, and pull feed handle
Increase or decrease spring force as follows
                                                    assembly out of column assembly.
(refer to Figure 13):
                                                  4. Remove pin and disengage collar from feed
1. Disconnect electrical power.
                                                    shaft.
2. Remove safety screw on face of slide.
                                                  5. Slide feed shaft out of housing.
3. Lower slide until rack is out of engagement

  using the feed handle.
                                                    !WARNING: MAKE SURE TO USE A

  !CAUTION: BE SURE TO HOLD THE                     HEAVY CLOTH TO CONTAIN THE

  FEED HANDLE TO PREVENT RAPID                      SPRING WHEN REMOVING THE

  UNWINDING OF THE SPRING. IF NOT                   SPRING FROM THE HOUSING. FAILURE

  HELD, THE SPRING COULD BREAK OR                   TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN INJURY

  CAUSE INTURY TO MAINTENANCE                       WHEN THE OPRING UNWINDS.

  PERSONNEL.
                                                  6. Place a heavy cloth (such as burlap) over the

                                                    spring housing and pull the broken spring out
4. Turn feed shaft counterclockwise to increase
  of the housing. (The cloth protects personnel         Replacement of Drive Motor Belt
  from injury as spring unwinds).

7. Insert new spring into housing. Make sure that         !WARNING: DISCONNECT
  “hook”on outside coil of the spring engages             ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE
  the pin. When the spring is wound, the feed             MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
  shaft turns counter-clockwise, so be sure               MAINTENANCE.
  spring is inserted into housing correctly (refer
  to Feed Handle Assembly, Replacement Parts            1. Disconnect electrical power.

  section).                                             2. loosen the cap screws on both sides of the

                                                          pulley cover.
  !WARNING: REMOVE“KEEPERS”                             3. Loosen the clamping screw (see Ref. No. 21,

  AROUND SPRING ONLY AS THE                               Turn Drive Components, Replacement Parts

  SPRING IS INSERTED INTO THE                             senction),

  HOUSING. IF ALL THE KEEPERS ARE                       4. Turret the belt tension lever to loosen the

  REMOVED, THE SPRING CAN                                 V-belt.Remove the V-belt.

  UNEXPECTEDLY UNMIND CAUSING                           5. Place the replacement V-belt in the High or

  INJURY.                                                 Low speed pulleys as required.

                                                        6. Turn belt tension lever to tighten the belt.

8. Install the feed shaft and engage the inner            Tighten the clamping screw.
  “hook”of the spring on the shaft pin.

9. Mount feed collar and install pin through the        Replacement of Motor
  collar and shaft.

10. Before engaging the pinion and rack wind the          !WARNING: DISCONNECT
  spring by turning feed handle counterclockwise.         ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE
  Turn the feed handle until spring feels tight           MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
  enough.                                                 MAINTENANCE.


  !CAUTION: DO NOT LET GO OF FEED                       1. Disconnect electrical power.

  WHEEL AS IT WILL ALLOW SPRING TO                      2. Remove pulley cover and remove the drive

  UNWIND AND BREAK..                                      motor belt (see Replacing the Drive Motor

                                                          Belt).

11. Engage the rack and pinion by moving the            3. Disconnect electrical wiring from motor

  slide housing upward. Install three cap screws          junction box.

  to secure feed handle housing.                        4. Remove motor attaching screws and washers.

12. Install the safety screw in the face of the slide     Remove the drive motor.

  housing.                                              5. Remove the screw and washer from the motor

                                                          shaft. Remove pulley and key from the motor

                                                          shaft.
6. Install the key and pulley on the replacement         Troubleshooting section.

  motor. Secure pulley with the screw and

  washer.                                              Replacement of Universal Joints
7. Install the motor on the main housing. Install      The machine drive shaft is equipped with

  four motor attaching screws and washers.             grease-sealed universal joints. Because of the

8. Reinstall the drive belt and secure the cover       capacity of the universal joints and the sealed-in
  with two cap screws (see Replacing the Drive         lubricant, replacement and lubrication should not
  Motor Belt).                                         be required. If the drive shaft or universal joints

9. Connect electrical wiring to drive motor (refer     require replacement, remove according to the
  to Wiring Data).                                     following procedures.

10. Connect electrical power. Start the machine

  and check operation of the drive motor.              Removing Innermost Universal Joint
                                                       1. Move the slide housing to its uppermost

Disassembly of Turret Head                               position.


     !WARNING: DISCONNECT                                !WARNING: DISCONNECT
     ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE                             ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE
     MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING                           MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
     ANY MAINTENANCE.                                    MAINTENANCE.


1. Disconnect electrical power.                        2. Shut off motor and disconnect electrical power.

2. Remove plate from front of turret.                  3. Loosen set screw on innermost universal joint.

3. Remove lock nut from stud shaft.                      Pull the innermost universal joint from the

4. Remove the spring washer and thrust bearing.          shaft.

5. Remove the turret from slide housing.               4. Remove the key from the shaft.

6. Remove and discard oil seal.                        5. Separate the shaft from its mating shaft.

7. Remove and discard retaining ring.                  6. Slide the boot down the shaft to uncover the

8. Using a puller, tap out spindle assembly.             universal joint. Drive the pin out of the

9. Press in new spindle assembly and secure              universal joint. Separate universal joint from

  with a new retaining ring.                             the shaft.

10. Tap in mating clutch. Make sure the gears          7. Install the replacement universal joint on the

  mesh properly while pressing.                          shaft and secure with the pin.

11. Install a new oil seal.

12. Install the turret over the stud shaft. Install      ※NOTE: When replacing universal joints, it is

  thrust bearing, spring washer and lock nut.            very important that the locating dots on the

13. Check the operation of the turret. If the turret     universal joints aligned. If not, considerable

  over or under indexes, of if the turret indexes        noise and excessive wear will result.

  faster or slower than normal, refer to the
8. Install end of shaft in its mating shaft. Install   11. Install the drive shaft key and pulley. Secure

  key in shaft and install universal on the shaft.      with screw and washer.

  Tighten the set screw.



Removing Outermost Universal Joint
1. Move the slide housing to its uppermost

  position.


  !WARNING:DISCONNECT
  ELECTRICAL POWER TO THE
  MACHINE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY
  MAINTENANCE.


2. Shut off motor and disconnect electrical power.

3. Remove pulley cover and remove the drive
  motor belt (see Replacing the Drive Motor

  Belt).

4. Remove the drive shaft pulley.

5. Remove retaining ring (on inner face of

  bearing block) securing bearing block. Pull the

  assembled bearing block, universal joint, and

  shaft from the main housing.

6. Slide the boot down the shaft to uncover the

  universal joint. Drive the pins out of the

  universal joint. Separate universal joint from

  both shafts.

7. Install the replacement universal joint on the

  shaft and secure with the pins.


  ※NOTE: When replacing universal joints, it is

  very important that the locating dots on the

  universal joints aligned. If not, considerable

  noise and excessive wear will result.



8. Slip boot over universal joint.

9. Install end of shaft in its mating shaft.

10. Install the bearing block and secure with the

  retaining ring.
Troubleshooting

             Fault                               Probable Cause                     Remedy

                                                                    1. Remove plate from front

       Turret does not index.          Turret head loose.               of turret by removing three screws.

                                                                    2. If turret head is over indexing. Tighten turret stud nut one-quarter turn at a

                                                                       time until corrected.

                                                                    3. If turret is under indexing, loosen turret stud nut one-quarter turn at a time

                                                                       until corrected.

                                                                    4. If turret is too tight turret will fail to complete index; check adjust ment

                                                                       carefully.

 Turret does not fully index        Turret stud nut too loose or    1. Remove plate from front of turret by

    (over or under indexes).        too tight.                        removing three screws.

◎    The machine is properly                                        2. If turret head is over indexing, tighten turret

      set at the factory and                                          stud nut one-quarter turn at a time

     pinned in position. The                                          until corrected.

     indexing mechanism is                                          3. If turret is under indexing, loosen turret stud

      designed to accurately                                         nut one-quarter turn at a time until corrected.

     move the turret to the                                         4. If turret is too tight turret will fail to complete

     next position without                                           index; check adjust ment carefully.

     over or under travel.

◎    The mechanism initially

     indexes the turret head

     to an approximate

     position. A tapered pin

      then locates the turret

      head in its final position.

◎    When properly set, the

      turret will have a very

      slight clockwise movement

      at the end of the index

      cycle (due to the locating

      pin action in the tapered     Unbalanced tooling in turret.    Rearrange turret tooling.

      bushing)                                                        (The turret will over index as the heaviest station travels downward and will

                                                                     under index as it is being carried upwards.)


Troubleshooting, cont.
          Fault                               Probable Cause                        Remedy



  Turret leaking oil.                Loose nut on stud shaft.         1. Remove plate from front of turret

                                                                          by removing three screws.

                                                                       2. If turret head is over indexing, tighten turret stud nut

                                                                          one-quarter turn at a time until corrected.

                                                                       3. If turret is under indexing, loosen turret stud nut one-quarter

                                                                          turn at a time until corrected.

                                                                       4. If turret is too tight turret will fail to complete index; check

                                                                          adjustment carefully.




Replacement Parts
This section provides exploded view illustrations that show the replacement parts for the Wilton Model W1D-series and Model

W1DP-series Turret Drilling and Tapping Machine. Also provided are parts listings that provide part number and description. The item

numbers shown on the illustration relate to the item numbers in the facing parts listing.



Order replacement parts from:
Wilton corporation

300 South Hicks Road

Palatine, IL 60067

847/934-7813 or 1-800-626-9676



Identify the replacement part by the part number shown in the parts listing. Be sure to include the model number and serial number of

your machine when ordering replacement parts to assure that you will receive the correct part.




Parts Listing—Externally-Mounted

Components

           Ref.      Wilton

           No.       Part Number     Description                                   Qty



           1         5511536         Assembly, Slide Housing Support                1
     2    5511537   Housing, Slide                     1

     3    5511538   Head, Turret                       1

     4    5511539   Plate, Caution (Turret)            1

     5    5511540   Assembly, Feed Handle and Spring   1

     6    5511541   Guard, Turret (Right Side)         1

     7    5511542   Support, Lower Column              1

     8    5511543   Table, Work                        1

     9    5511544   Leg, Work Table                    2

     10   5511545   Reservoir, Coolant                 1

     11   5511546   Pump, Coolant                      1

     12   5511547   Tubing, Coolant                    2

     13   5511548   Switch, ON/OFF                     1

     14   5511549   Switch, Emergency Shutoff              1

     15   5511550   Pipe, Coolant                          1

     16   5511551   Tube, Coolant Flex                     1

     17   5511552   Valve, Coolant                         1

     18   5511553   Guard, Turret (Left Side)              1

     19   5511554   Plate, Caution (HI/LOW Speed)          1




Assembled Views (Inset Views) – Externally – Mounted

Components
Parts Listing (Inset Views) – Externally – Mounted
Components
  Ref.   Wilton

  No.    Part Number   Description                 Qty



  1      5511555       Drum, Speed Control         1

  2      5511556       Hex Drive                   1

  3      5511557       Pin                         1

  4      5511558       Bearing                     1

  5      5511559       Support, Upper Column       1

  6      5511560       Rod, Threaded               1

  7      5511561       Column                      2

  8      5511562       Rack                        1

  9      5511563       Scraper                     4

  10     5511564       Screw                       8

  11     5511565       Plate, HI/LO                    1

  12     5511566       Switch, HI/LO               1

  13     5511567       Switch, Coolant Pump        1

  14     5511568       Enclosure, Electrical       1

  15     5511569       V-Belt                      1

  16     5511570       Receptacle, Coolant Pump        1

  17     5511571       Cover, Pulley (not shown)       1

  18     5511572       Switch, Interlock           1

  19     5511573       Screw                       2

  20     5511574       Screw                       2

  21     5511575       Washer                          2




Cutaway View – Turret Drive Components
Parts Listing – Turret Drive Components
Ref.   Wilton
No.    Part Number   Description                       Qty


1      5511576       Motor, Drive                      1
2      5511577       Bolt                              4
3      5511578       Washer                             4
4      5511579       Screw, Set                        1
5      5511580       Switch, Turret Indexing           1
6      5511581       Screw                             2
7      5511582       Screw, Tripper                     1
8      5511583       Jam Nut, Tripper Screw             1
9      5511584       Key                               1
10     5511585       Joint, Universal                   1
11     5511586       Boot, Universal Joint             1
12     5511587       Pin                                1
13     5511588       Shaft, Drive                      1
14     5511589       Shaft, Drive                      1
15     5511590       Pin                                1
16     5511591       Pin                                1
17     5511592       Boot, Universal Joint             1
18     5511593       Universal Joint                   1
19     5511594       Pin                                1
20     5511595       Ring, Retaining                   1
21     5511596       Screw, Bearing Housing Clamping   1
22     5511597       Housing, Bearing                  1
23     5511598       Pulley, Drive                      1
24     5511599       Screw                             1
25     5511600       Washer                             1
26     5511601       Key                               1
27     5511602       Pulley, Motor                     1
28     5511603       Screw                             1
29     5511604       Washer                             1
30     5511605       Key                               1
31     5511606       Spindle                            6
32     5511607       Seal                               6
33     5511608       Ring, Retaining                   6
34     5511609       Screw                             3
35     5511610       Plate, Turret Cover                1
36     5511511       Nut, Turret Adjustment             1
37     5511512       Bushing                             1
38     5511513       Bearing                            1
39     5511514       Shaft, Turret Stud                1
Assembled View – Slide Housing
Parts Listing – Slide Housing

  Ref.   Wilton

  No.    Part Number   Description                      Qty



  1      5511615       Plate, Spindle Speed (English)   1

         5511660       Plate, Spindle Speed (Spanish)   1

         5511661       Plate, Spindle Speed (German)    1

  2      5511616       Screw                            2

  3      5511617       Screw, Safety                    1

  4      5511618       Scale, Depth (Inches)            1

         5511662       Scale, Depth (Millimeters)

  5      5511519       Bolt                             1

  6      5511620       Washer                               1

  7      5511621       Drum, Speed Control                  1

  8      5511622       Seal                                 1

  9      5511623       Bar, Indexing                        1

  10     5511624       Screw, Depth Adjustment          6

  11     5511625       Nut, Jam                             6

  12     5511626       Stop, Depth                          6

  13     5511627       Screw                                6

  14     5511628       Pin                                  6

  15     5511629       Screw                                12

  16     5511530       Washer                               12

  17     5511531       Switch                               6
Parts Location View/Parts Listing – Clutch Assembly




  Ret.    Wilton

  No.    Part Number   Description     Qty

  1      5511632       Cover          1
   2      5511633       Bearing        1
   3      5511634       Plate           3
   4      5511635       Spacer         1
   5      5511636       Gear            1
   6      5511637       Pin             1
   7      5511638       Shaft, Clutch 1
   8      5511639       Washer          1
   9      5511640       Nut              1
   10     5511641       Spacer         1
   11     5511642       Spacer         1
   12     5511643       Washer         2
   13     5511944       Screw           2




Parts Location View/Parts Listing – Feed
Handle Assembly




 Ref.   Wilton

 No.    Part Number   Description            Qty

 1      5511645       Handle Assembly        4
 2      5511646       Collar                 1
 3      5511647       Pin                     1
 4      5511648       Ring, Retaining        1
 5      5511649       Bearing                 1
 6      5511650       Ring, Retaining        2
 7      5511651       Housing, Feed Handle    1
 8      5511652       Shaft                  1
 9      5511653       Screw                  3
 10     5511654       Ring, Retaining         1
 11     5511655       Bearing                 1
 12     5511656       Pinion                 1
 13     5511657       Pin                     1
 14     5511658       Pin                     1
 15     5511659       Spring                  1
                           STC-12A Drawing & List of Spare Parts

                                                  Contents
一、 Drawing for dimension
   1. Drawing for STC-12A Dimension-----------------------------------------------------------1
二、 Table Parts List & Scale
   1. Drawing for Table Scale of STC-12A-------------------------------------------------------2
   2. Parts List for Table of STC-12A-------------------------------------------------------------3
三、 General View & Parts List
   1. General View of STC-12A (一)---------------------------------------------------------------4
   2. Parts List for General View of STC-12A(一)----------------------------------------------5
   3. General View of STC-12A (二)---------------------------------------------------------------6
   4. Parts List for General View of STC-12A(二)----------------------------------------------7
四、 General View & Parts List of Axis
   1. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Z Axis Transfer Boxes (servo)-------------------------8
   2. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Z Axis Transfer Boxes (servo)------------------------9
五、 Drawing of Assemble Unit for Turret Head--------------------------------------------------10
   1. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Turret Head----------------------------------------------11
   2. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Spindle-----------------------------------------------------12
   3. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Spindle----------------------------------------------------13
   4. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Transfer Shaft--------------------------------------------14
   5. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Transfer Shaft-------------------------------------------15
   6. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Fixed Nut & Shaft for Turret Head------------------16
   7. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Fixed Nut & Shaft for Turret Head-----------------17
   8. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Bevel Gear & Geneva Gear Mechanism Unit------18
   9. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Bevel Gear & Geneva Gear Mechanism Unit-----19
六、 Drawing of Assemble Unit for Hexahedron Shaft & Limit Switch Cover--------------20
   1. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Hexahedron Shaft & Limit Switch Cover (一)----21
   2. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Hexahedron Shaft & Limit Switch Cover (二)----22
       3. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Fixed Shaft for Turret Head----------------------------23
       4. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Fixed Shaft for Turret Head---------------------------24
       5. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Geneva Shaft-----------------------------------------------25
       6. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Geneva Shaft----------------------------------------------26
       7. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Worn & Clutch Shaft-------------------------------------27
       8. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Worn & Clutch Shaft-----------------------------------28
       9. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Universal Joint & Shaft----------------------------------29
       10. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Universal Joint & Shaft-------------------------------30
        11. Drawing of Assemble Unit of Limit Switch Cover for Knob Shaft-----------------31
        12. Parts List of Assemble Unit of Limit Switch Cover for Knob Shaft----------------32
        13. Drawing of Assemble Unit of Limit Switch Cover for Z Axis (一)------------------33
        14. Parts List of Assemble Unit of Limit Switch Cover for Z Axis (一)-----------------34
        15. Drawing of Assemble Unit of Limit Switch Cover for Z Axis (二)------------------35
        16. Parts List of Assemble Unit of Limit Switch Cover for Z Axis (二)-----------------36
七、 Electric Box & Body
   1. Drawing of Assemble Unit for Spring Housing & Handle------------------------------37
   2. Parts List of Assemble Unit for Spring Housing & Handle-----------------------------38
   3. Drawing of Parts Position for the Operation Plate Control Box of STC-12A-------39
   4. Parts List for the Operation Plate Control Box of STC-12A---------------------------40
   5. Dimension for Diagram of Electric & Drawing of Spare Parts Position-------------41
   6. Parts List for Diagram of Electric------------------------------------------------------------42
八、 Lubrication Unit
   1. Drawing of Assemble for Tabe & Lubrication Unit (Z Axis)---------------------------43
   2. Parts List of Assemble for Tabe & Lubrication Unit (Z Axis)--------------------------44
九、 Spare Parts List-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------45
  Parts List of Assemble Unit for Z Axis Transfer Boxes (servo)

Blue No.   Part No.        Part Name        Q’ty      Specification
101-0350     01-35       Spiral Spring       1           6000x1
101-0211     03-67    Bearing Guard Cover    1           _70x16
101-0212    999-991      Driving Shaft       1      156x_45x_30x24
101-0221    999-992      Driving Shaft       1     17TxM1.5x76x_20
101-0222    999-993    Transmitting Gear     1          20TxM1.5
101-0231    999-994    Transmitting Gear     1          72TxM1.5
101-0232    999-995    Transmitting Gear     1         89 TxM1.5
101-0022   999-1000      Server Motor        1      1.0kw 2000rpm
101-0241   999-1001   Speed Gear Box Cove    1         220x160x15
101-0112   999-1002     Speed Gear Box       1        220x160x100
101-0261   999-1004           Key            1           7x7x20
101-0262   999-1005        Set Screw         1     無頭 M8x1.25x10L
101-0271   999-1006           Key            1           6x6x14
101-0242   999-1007       Transmitting       1          32TxM1.5
101-0251   999-1008       Ball Bearing       1           6206ZZ
101-0130   999-1009       Ball Bearing       1           6004ZZ
101-0152   999-1010       Ball Bearing       1           6204ZZ
101-0470   999-1011       Ball Bearing       1           6007ZZ
102-0300   999-1012           Key            1           5x5x14
Parts List of Assemble Unit for Turret Head
Blue No.   Part No.         Part Name            Q’ty   Specification
             A-1      As: parts list of spindle
                               (A-1)
             A-2      As: parts list of transfer
                            shaft (A-2)
            A-1-C     As: parts list of spindle
                             (A-1)(C)
104-0310    04-31         Lock Pin Bush           6       _22x14
104-0100    05-01          Turret Head            1     240x236x77
           Parts List of Assemble Unit for Spindle(A-1)

Blue No.    Part No.        Part Name         Q’ty     Specification
104-0210      0-1           Snap-Ring          6         S(A)-10
104-0200      0-2          Ball Bearing        6         6000ZZ
101-0181      0-3          Helical Gear        2         16T M1
104-0220      0-4           Snap-Ring          6         S(A)-25
104-0230      0-5          Ball Bearing        6          6205Z
101-0161      0-6      Supplemental Casing     6       _50x_43x23
101-0162      0-7      Spindle Supplemental    6        70x65x35
                              Casing
104-0190       0-8            Spindle          6     _35x_20(_22)x170
104-0290       0-9          Fixed Nut          6     外六角 M16xP1.5
104-0160      0-10        Woodruff Key        16          5x5x10
104-0360      0-11           Oil Seal          6         35x48x8
104-0400      0-12            Spindle          4     _35x_20(_22)x170
101-0171      0-13         Ball Bearing        6          6907ZZ
101-0181      0-14         Helical Gear        2        16T M1.25
101-0172      0-15          Set Screw         24     內六角 M6xP1x40L
101-0182      0-16         Helical Gear        2        18T M1025
103-0510      0-17          Set Screw          6      無頭 M6xP1x8L
     Parts List of Assemble Unit for Transfer Shaft (A-2)

Blue No.   Part No.      Part Name        Q’ty      Specification
104-0110    04-11      Inside C-Ring       6          R(B)-42
104-0120    04-12       Input Shaft        6            33x68
104-0130    04-13       Ball bearing       6             6004
104-0140    04-14      Outside C-Ring      6          S(A)-20
104-0181    04-15       Helical Gear       2          16TxM1
104-0160    04-16      Woodruff Key        6           5x5x10
104-0290    04-17           Nut            6          M16xP1
104-0180    04-18       Ball bearing       6             6000
104-0210   04-18A      Outside C-Ring      6          S(A)-10
104-0150    04-28       Input Shaft        2            33x70
101-0191    04-30       Helical Gear       2          14TxM1
101-0192    04-31       Helical Gear       2          24TxM1
Parts List of Assemble Unit for Fixed Nut & Shaft for Turret Head
Blue No.   Part No.     Part Name        Q’ty       Specification
103-0900    03-90          Screw          1       無頭 NPT1/2”-14
104-0340    03-91      Magnetic Pin       1            _13x10
101-0081    03-95        滑座主體             1      540x149x118x_235
104-0010    04-01     Turret Lock Bolt    1       106x_15.8x_14.8
                                                     1/2-20UNF
104-0030    04-03         Thrust          1          AXK 1528
104-0040    04-04     Spring Washer       1         _31x9.5x_15
104-0050    04-05          Nut            1        26x12 外六角
                                                     1/2-20UNF
104-0060    04-06       Index Ring        1        _89X32X_73.3
104-0070    04-07            Pin          1            _6x45L
104-0080    04-08       Cap Screw         4     內六角 M8x1.25x35L
104-0090    04-09       Ball bearing      1            6011ZZ
104-0320    04-32         Oil Seal        1       _o221x_l196x3.5
104-0370    04-35        Oil Ring         1       _o228x_l221x3.5
           Parts List of Assemble Unit for Bevel Gear &

             Geneva Geneva Gear Mechanism Unit

Blue No.   Part No.       Part Name        Q’ty      Specification
102-0130    03-61         Snap-Ring         1          S(A)-16
103-0630    03-63     Driving Belel Gear    1     M1.5x58T 節椎角 45
103-0640    03-64          Washer           1        _39x_25x20
103-0650    03-65       Driving Shaft       1      329x42x_20x_16
101-0202    03-67            Key            1          5x5x12
101-0081    03-95          滑座主體             1     540x149x118x_235
104-0010    04-01      Turret Lock Bolt     1      106x_15.8x_14.8
                                                     –1/2-20UNF
104-0060    04-06        Index Ring         1       _89x32x_73.3
104-0090    04-09        Ball Bearing       1          6011ZZ
104-0320    04-32          Oil Seal         1      _o221x_l196x2.5
104-0370    04-35         Oil Ring          1      _o228x_l221x3.5
104-0100    05-01        Turret Head        1        240x236x77
       Parts List of Assemble Unit for Hexahedron Shaft &


                      Limit Switch Cover(一)


Blue No.   Part No.        Part Name          Q’ty      Specification
103-0510    01-54           Set Screw          1      無頭 M6xP1x8L
103-0500    03-50           Lock Nut           1        7/8”-14UNC
103-0870    03-51          Cap Screw           1     內六角 M6xP1x10L
103-0515   03-51A            Washer            1        _13x_6.5x0.8
103-0520    03-52             Spring           1       _17.6x_1.8x25
103-0530    03-53          Sport Ring          1      _19.5x_10.5x5.8
103-0540    03-54          Push Lever          1        95x_19x_9.5
103-0590    03-59          Cover Plate         1           83x54x3
103-0600    03-60          Cap Screw           4     十字頭 M5x0.8x10L
101-0201    03-61          Snap-Ring           1           S(A)-12
101-0202    03-62              Key             1            5x5x12
103-0630    03-63        Driving Belel Ge      1     M1.5x58T 節椎角 45
103-0640    03-64            Bushing           1         _39x_25x20
103-0650    03-65         Driving Shaft        1      327x42x_20x_16
103-0660    03-66              Nut             1         _36x_20x32
103-0670    03-67        Adjusting Screw       1       _68x_47x_34.5
103-0680    03-68            Washer            1        _34.5x_20x3
103-0665   03-66A          Cap Screw           2     內六角 M6xP1x25L
103-0690    03-69          Snap-Ring           1           S(A)-20




       Parts List of Assemble Unit for Hexahedron Shaft &


                        Limit Switch Cover (二)
Blue No.   Part No.     Part Name       Q’ty      Specification
103-0760    03-76     Spring Washer      1         24.5x25x10
103-0770    03-77        Set Screw       1     內六角 M6xP1.5x30L
103-0780    03-78       Stop Block       6         19x46.2x23
103-0790    03-79     Adjusting Screw    6     外六角 M10xP1x45L
103-0800    03-80        Set Screw       6     內六角 M6xP1x15L
103-0810    03-81        Lock Pin        6           _5.8x10
103-0820    03-82        Set Screw       6       無頭 M3x90.5x10
103-0830    03-83          Screw         1     十字頭 M4x0.7x25L
103-0840    03-84      Lock Washer       1           65x46x1
103-0850    03-85        Hex. Nut        2           M4x0.7
103-0860    03-86      Speed Chart       1          90x50x1.5
103-0870    03-87       Cap Screw        1     內六角 M6xP1x10L
103-0880    03-88     Dial Rule Plate    1         150x14.5x1
103-0081    03-95        滑座主體            1      540x149x118x_235
103-0940    03-99        Set Screw       1        M8x1.25x16L
  Parts List of Assemble Unit for Fixed Shaft for Turret Head

Blue No.   Part No.      Part Name       Q’ty      Specification
103-0420    03-42       Pluger Bush       1         _22x30x_16
103-0430    03-43       Index Pluger      1            _16x123
103-0440    03-44        Driver Arm       1          55x_13x28
103-0450    03-45          Spring         1        _2.6x_30x80L
103-0460    03-46     Spring Supporter    1          _33x_13x6
103-0470    03-47          Spring         1        _1.6x_12x88L
103-0480    03-48      Spring Housing     1         86x_45x_18
103-0570    03-57        Clutch Arm       1           90x27x19
104-0310    04-31      Lock Pin Bush      6             _22x14
           Parts List of Assemble Unit for Geneva Shaft

Blue No.   Part No.     Part Name     Q’ty Material   Specification
103-0120    03-12   Transmission Gear 1    SCM21       17TxM1.5
103-0310    03-31          Shaft       1 Cast Steel  40.6x_17x112
103-0320    03-32      Ball Bearing    1                6203ZZ
103-0330    03-33     Packing Sleeve   1    S45C     _24x_17.2x35
102-0300    03-34         Double       1                5x5x14
                      Round-ended
                       Parallel Key
101-0281    03-36     Packing Sleeve   1    S45C     _24x_17x16.5
102-0150    03-37      Ball Bearing    1                6203ZZ
103-0110    03-38        Washer        1    S45C     _24.6x_10x2.8
103-0390    03-39       Set Screw      1    S45C    倒牙 3/8”-16-UNC
103-0010    03-41    Retaining Ring-C  2                R(B)-40
                      Type for Bores
      Parts List of Assemble Unit for Worm & Clutch Shaft

Blue No. Part No.    Part Name     Q’ty   Material    Specification
103-0090   03-9     Lock Washer     1                    AW-03
103-0080   03-8          Nut        1                AN-03M17x1.25
103-0100 03-10          Bush        1      S45C       24x_17.5x5.7
103-0120 03-12      Helical Gear    2     SCM21        17TxM1.5
103-0130 03-13       Cam Shaft      1     SCM4          _14x154
103-0050 03-14         Double       1                    5x5x14
                    Round-ended
                    Parallel Key
102-0150 03-15         Screw        1                 M5x0.8x8L
103-0160 03-16     Spring Washer    1                     _5.1
103-0170 03-17     Spring Washer    1      SUP1       _45x_25x0.8
103-0180 03-18         Clutch       1     SCM21         _9.4x33
103-0200 03-20         Clutch       1      S45C       _37x_25x56
103-0201 03-20A    Retain Rings-C   1                   S(A)-17
                   Type for Shafts
103-0260 03-23(24) Spring Washer    2      S45C      _46.3x_26x2.8
103-0250 03-25      Ball Bearing    1                   6205RU
103-0230 03-26        Washer        1      S45C       _46.3x25.2x2
103-0270 03-27           Nut               S45C          M25x1
103-0280 03-28       Shaft Liner    1      S45C       _22.5x17.3x2
103-0300 03-30 Retaining Ring-C     2                   R(B)-35
                   Type for Bores
103-0320 03-30A     Ball Bearing    1                   6003NSL
103-0272 03-19           Pin        1      S45C           _4.7
103-0210 03-21      Worm Gear       1      PBB1         22TxM2
     Parts List of Assemble Unit for Universal Joint & Shaft

Blue No.   Part No.      Part Name    Q’ty Material    Specification
102-0080     02-8      Driven Pulley   1 Aluminum        _217x50.5
101-0262     02-9       Fixed Screw    1            無頭 M8x1.25x10L
102-0110    02-11     Adjust Ecentric  1    FC25           _75x60
101-0120    02-12      Inside C-Ring   4                  R(B)-40
102-0170    02-13     Outside C-Ring   1                  S(A)-63
102-0150    02-15       Ball Bearing   2                  6203ZZ
102-0160    02-16          Shaft       1   SCM21       118x_20x_16
102-0130    02-17     Outside C-Ring   2                  S(A)-16
102-0180    02-18     Universal Joint       SCM4       48.5x_30x_16
102-0200    02-20     Universal Joint  1   SCM21      108x_19.5x_14
                           Body
102-0210    02-21          Shaft       1   SCM21     119x_16.5x_13.5
102-0250    02-28            Pin       2   SCM21            _6x30
102-0190    02-30     Woodruff Key     2                   5x5x15
102-0220    02-31     Woodruff Key     1                   6x6x20
102-0320    02-32       Fixed Screw    2            無頭 M6xP1x10L
102-0321    02-33        Fixed Nut     2                外六角 M6
102-0230    02-34     Spring Washer    2                   _28x1.5
102-0240    02-35       Cover Dust     2   Plastic      43x_46x_28
102-0270    02-36     Spring Washer    4                   _32x1.5
101-0120     03-1      Inside C-Ring   1                  R(B)-40
103-0020     03-2       Worm Shaft     1   SCM21          _32x158
103-0021    03-2A         Bushing      1    S45C          _20x16.8
103-0030     03-3     Sliding Clutch   1   SCM21           _35x57
102-0150     03-4       Ball Bearing   1                  6203ZZ
102-0300     03-5     Woodruff Key     1                   5x5x14
103-0060     03-6         Oil Seal     1   Plastic        35x22x7
103-0070     03-7     Bearing Needle   1                 RNA4906
103-0071    03-7A      Inside C-Ring   1                  R(B)-47
102-0130    03-7B     Outside C-Ring   1                  S(A)-16
Parts List of Assemble Unit of Limit Switch Cover for Knob Shaft

Blue No.   Part No.   Part Name     Q’t    Material    Specification
103-0700    03-70     Switch Box     1    Aluminum       _110x31
103-0710    03-71     Touch Cam      6    Aluminum      _3/4”x11/4”
103-0721    03-72     Turn Ring      6      SS41         _22.6x52
103-0730    03-73      Set Screw     6                無頭 M5xP0.8x5L
103-0740    03-74      Steel Ball    6                     _1/4”
103-0750    03-75       Spring       6                 0.65x4.6x9L
 Parts List of Assemble Unit for Spring Housing & Handle

Blue No.    Part No.      Part Name     Q’ty     Specification
102-0110     02-11        Adjusting      1       Ø75x63x Ø40
                           Ecentric
101-0120      02-12       Snap-Ring       4        R(B)-40
102-0170      02-13       Snap-Ring       1        S(A)-63
102-0150      02-15      Ball Bearing     2        6203ZZ
102-0160      02-16         Shaft         1     118x Ø20x Ø16
102-0130      02-17       Snap-Ring       2        S(A)-16
102-0280      02-30          Key          1        5x5x15
102-0291      02-31          Key          1        5x5x20
    Parts List of Assemble for Tube & Lubrication Unit (Z Axis)

Blue No. Part No.  Part Name   Q’ty   Material      Specification
102-0011 0-01     Manual Oiler  1                 CLA6-右角 4mm
102-0012 0-02     Impermeator   1                  CESS-30-220V
102-0021 0-03 Aluminum Tube     1     Aluminum           _4
102-0022 0-04       末端接頭        2      Copper       PT1/8”x1/4H
                                                     HO3L102
101-0031   0-05    中間接頭         1     Aluminum   CLA-6_4 右直角 2 孔
101-0032   0-06     固定扣         1        Iron
                          Spare Parts List

Blue No. Part      Part Name       Q’ty        Material       Specification
         No.
101-0110 3-1           Wiper         4           S45C            44.5x32x2
102-0041 3-2    Tapping Stop Brac 2              S45C             45x25x23
102-0042 3-3       Guard Plate       1     Water Proof Plate        125x60
102-0051 3-4      Machine Plate      1     Water Proof Plate       150x100
102-0052 3-5     Belt Pulley Plate   1     Water Proof Plate       100x120
102-0061 3-6     Dangerous Plate     2     Water Proof Plate   Triangle x90
102-0071 3-7        Name Plate       1        Aluminum              240x35
102-0072 3-8      Oil Injection Pi   1       Steel non-rust      3/8”x500L
102-0081 3-9       Jettion Valve     1          Copper            3/8”x45L
102-0082 3-10     Oil Injection Pi   1           S45C            3/8”x400L
102-0091 3-11       Water Hose       1           Plastic         5/8”x700L
102-0092 3-12         束管夾            6       Steel non-rust           #5
102-0101 3-13       導管固定頭            1           S45C          1”管牙 45x80
102-0102 3-14        Oil Filter      1       Steel non-rust  3/8”x60L(MF03)
102-0111 3-15      Angle Fitting     2     S45C Plating zinc     3/8”x90 度
102-0112 3-16           立布           2     S45C Plating zinc      3/8”x1 寸
102-0121 3-17       透明進水管          1 Set       PC(綿網)             5/8”x90L
102-0122 3-18       Switch Box       1             PC         100x70x190(3p)
102-0131 3-19       防水盒接頭            4            Iron            1”x90 度
102-0132 3-20       防水盒接頭            6            Iron           1”x180 度
102-0141 3-21       防水盒接頭            4            Iron          3/8”x180 度
102-0142 3-22        防水浪管                    PP 包覆金屬                1”x900
102-0151 3-23        防水浪管                    PP 包覆金屬             3/8”x1000
102-0152 3-24   Connection Head      1             PC          25Pin 附外蓋
102-0161 3-25    Fixed Button(一)     2      PC 包覆 S45C        M8x15L(圓型)
102-0162 3-26    Fixed Button(二)     2      PC 包覆 S45C         M8x15L(T 型)
102-0171 3-27     Water Strainer     1        Plating zinc       _60(網狀)
102-0172 3-28     Cleaner Oil(一)     2       Steel non-rust  1/8”PT(raised)直
102-0181 3-29     Cleaner Oil(二)     2       Steel non-rust 1/8”PT(concave)直
102-0182 3-30        防水浪管                    PP 包覆金屬             5/16”x3M
102-0191 3-31           立布           2     S45C plating zinc      3/8”x3 寸
       TURRET CENTER
DRILLING & TAPPING MACHINE

      STC-12B
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DG-6(S-12A)
DG-6(S-12B)

								
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