Difference between revisions of "Grizzly Mini Metal Lathe (7in x 12in) maintenance"

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* noise in transmission/slippage - corrected belt tension by rehanging motor - main and spare belts are in good shape
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# clean scrolls on 3 and 4 jaw chucks, correct jaw order on 3 jaw chuck, inspect/clean nylon autofeed gears, correct gear alignment, regrease gears, clean lead screw with brass brush
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# inspect autofeed transmission in gearbox
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# several cross slide gibs are loose in both dimensions
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# inspect spindle nose for runout
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Revision as of 08:33, 17 October 2017

The Grizzly Lathe should be lubricated daily, or at least as often as it is used. Please refer to the [manual] for the correct lubrication instructions. While users are expected to perform basic cleanup and lubrication on a per-use basis, PS1 should, on a monthly basis perform the following maintenance operations:

  • clean
  • oil ways
  • lubricate gear mechanism according to manual's lubrication instructions
  • adjust gibs


Grizzly lathe maintenance log table

Lubricate lathe per user manual clean/oil ways adjust gibs notes/other maintenance date completed person completing
monthly monthly monthly
x x Aug3 2017 tucker/Miriam
x x sept 7 2017 tucker/Miriam
x x oct5 2017 tucker
  • noise in transmission/slippage - corrected belt tension by rehanging motor - main and spare belts are in good shape

NEED

  1. clean scrolls on 3 and 4 jaw chucks, correct jaw order on 3 jaw chuck, inspect/clean nylon autofeed gears, correct gear alignment, regrease gears, clean lead screw with brass brush
  2. inspect autofeed transmission in gearbox
  3. several cross slide gibs are loose in both dimensions
  4. inspect spindle nose for runout
October 17, 2017 Jason