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                                                                WIAP DM3S




CNC-controlled multifunction machine WIAP DM3S for processing rebar














Robust heavy construction. 70x40 guide, ball screw robust.





Simultaneous spindle head and roller burnishing head, instead of burnishing head prepared for facing head





Machine bed prepared by the method WIAP VDSF; 1250 kg

MEMV relaxed and vibration dampened filled 







Automation in the preliminary phase





Double gripper WIAP HLV 40 for 40 kg unit weight





Blank feeding and carrying away the finished part diameter to 40 mm in length up to 4100 mm





Rolling head





Assembly 1 machine bed DM3S; MEMV relaxed, vibration dampened




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Photo 34: Bed return delivery with console












Photo 36: Bed with headstock console



Assembly 10 Guides



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Photo 38:  Scraper specially made for WIAP 40x70 purchased for 3 machines in stock




Buy scrapers for 3 more machines



Assembly 5 headstock on cross slide




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Welding spindle in burning plates








Jim and Sven




Headstock in WIAP Welding


3 directions MEMV stress relief.

Logging of relaxation of both headstocks



Jim by the G measure for the MEMV Protocol  




Sven by MEMV data rapport



2 headstocks DM3S from the processing back




Headstocks still plastered before painting, Linus third generation,

has school holidays and exercise manual skill.



Paint priming and 2 K




Assembly 03 Z carriage


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Photo 86: Here, the Z slide is in MEMV 4 axes direction axial directions vibration-relieved




Here we get the slides back from processing.




Mounting preflight whether the mass are also ok. 






Now comes the whole lubrication make the system




Per slide lining there are two lubrication points with single feed above the third

that is, a carriage has oil allocations above 4 for the lower grips and 4 for the front

and rear total = 14 oil allocations per axis, i.e., the x 2 nor for the X




Drill several hundred mm lubrication channels that admission is only on one side per lane




Be milled sliding coating test with lubrication paths before




150 mm deep drilling for lubrication




Deep hole drilling with hand machine 



That takes strength as deep drilling and make an effort, that the drill does not break off.




The sliding coating bearing surface scrape, that adhesive has better engagement surface  



Under handles are milled in the height adjusted that the 2 mm plastic also

has its place. Taken into account that grows differently at higher temperatures

than steel




Jim CNC specialist. Much he makes himself with the Mikron CNC milling machine




Sliding coatings stick a specialty. Mixing ratio of glue to hardener 1/4




The Z slide is made first, the X can then dry ending Z is scraped.




A good press down the strip that the adhesive is displaced is important.




Z slide nut mount in the welding




Robust design that it does not move.



Assembly 04 X carriage




Photo 88: Even the X carriage we covered in 4 axis directions MEMV




Delivery of the X carriage




Many M8x1 for the lubrication connections. On the X slide





 Assembly 20 HLV auxiliary charging device




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Delivery of steel for automation ca. 2 tons.




Welding beginning of the HLV to and carrying away




Frame welding




HLV frame (HLV = auxiliary charging device)




Sven strives for every mm. Everything must be perfect just




Jim and Sven during welding, which is almost not alone




Soon the HLV is frame ready.




The place is already scarce anyway it comes.




View from the basic framework of the plant.




Workpiece depositing sliding webs.










Jim and Kim, the grandson has school holidays wants to help.






Kim weld on, he was proud that he could. Thanks to the automatic

helmets not as hard as before.




He plastered. Also, he does well. Think he will get the same profession

as his two uncles and the mother.




Vibration test whether the material handling works as planned on paper.

Depending on the response, the rods can be transported in place even down

to the top. But it can obliquely, we still need an additional separation build

that they only just can in the rotary claw 1.






So now the steel has come for the hinges of automation. Which can now be

done soon. Once that is on them can be painted.




Status of the plant beg. April 2018



Assembly 31 electrical cabinet and control



Photo 300: Sven in cabinet installation in the electrical department.


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Photo 310: The panel with the signs.




Photo 311: Sven by PLC programming. Change language from English to

German, integrate the new axes, etc.




Photo 312: Everything is set up to test that if we mechanically the machine

have done everything runs already and is preset.




Very interesting today. In previous years, the WIAP had let others do much

externally. Especially electric. Today everything comes from a single source

that simplifies much. Once it is recognized that an engine comes to that

action can be taken quickly straightforward.



Signs order:

- Control off / on

- Control voltage OK                           

- Security key

- Drives on

- Gripper from loading on

- Gripper from loading to

- Gripper of loading lift

- Gripper of loading low

- Workpiece stop before

- Workpiece stop back 

- Vib. engine on

- Vib. engine off

- RT rotary claw forward

- FT rotary claw back

- FT carriage position forward

- FT carriage position center

- FT carriage position behind

- Fault active

- Horn zone front was active

- Horn zone back was active

- Reset Horn zone

- Stamping Start



Workshop equipment



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