Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 06 07:37:02 EST 2007 | cyber_wolf
Does anyone out there have a method of cleaning CP6 shaft clutches that is "easier" ? I am not a fan of just pulling the shaft down and wiping it out. I like to take them apart and clean/lube them. It is a pain to get the crowns back on without rip
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 07 11:09:43 EST 2007 | cyber_wolf
Ya probably most used equipment guys do skip that step on the machines they sell as "production ready" As for us, our machines need to actually build boards without going down on the errors that dirty clutches create....you silly man.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 11 18:01:27 EDT 2013 | huske
I've had that issue before, here's how you fix it, or at least it worked for me. Also assuming you didn't destroy a shaft, which should be obvious. Follow the flexible vacuum tubes to the top of the hydra shafts, you should see a red light below the
Electronics Forum | Mon May 06 07:29:41 EDT 2002 | winter
maybe you should check the mechanism .such as the drum with the twenty shaft.and A,B AXIS'S synchronization.and the clearance fo the helical gear.check the cutter and no strange sound, check the lens and no dirty or stable.check the twenty shaft.