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    Default Rebuilt flooded Mazak integrex 300 ll sy

    I have just bought a 2002 Integrex 300 ll sy without knowing the condition of the machine.
    And suddenly,i have heard that the machine was flooded ,almost 1/2 machine height...
    here some pics
    this is the rebuilt thread,i am not a expert ..i am just and end user.Trying to bring the machine back to working condition
    Hoping you guys can help me

    main chuck is out..

    and draw bar


    06/03 update:

    before disassembly the main spind,i have asked a guy for power on the machine.Luckily these drive are still fine,its on the top of the machine.
    Main CPU (640MT fusion is going out for parameter restore)




    and here the bad parts
    Hoping to have any advices for this spindle,its all with dust.HAVE NOT POWERED ON THE SPIND YET
    this will be a long story to tell





    Last edited by ronaldinho_07; 06-03-2020 at 01:05 AM.

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    I like your haircut. SO much better than these mohawks......


    Nice machine, too.

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    You have a lot of faith in that vinyl (?) tubing.

    Good luck!

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    So - you think the spindle was under water?

    That's some deep water if a machine of that value found it's way THAT far under water!


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    That machine sure doesn’t look like it’s been in deep water.

    Really clean looking around and below the spindle, and on the inside of the machine.

    ToolCat

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    Keep the pics coming. I love the plastic tubing harness. Do what you can with what ya got. Guess you are looking for the high water mark?

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    What's the worse thing that happens if you just run it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cole2534 View Post
    You have a lot of faith in that vinyl (?) tubing.

    Good luck!
    haha,in some cases,you have to use what you have.
    thats the fun part

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChipSplitter View Post
    I like your haircut. SO much better than these mohawks......


    Nice machine, too.
    :green:
    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    So - you think the spindle was under water?

    That's some deep water if a machine of that value found it's way THAT far under water!


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    half of the machine is in the water,the seller washed the machine before selling .And i dont know that part
    Quote Originally Posted by cnctoolcat View Post
    That machine sure doesn’t look like it’s been in deep water.

    Really clean looking around and below the spindle, and on the inside of the machine.

    ToolCat
    but not clean inside
    Quote Originally Posted by Scruffy887 View Post
    Keep the pics coming. I love the plastic tubing harness. Do what you can with what ya got. Guess you are looking for the high water mark?

    yes,water is going up to this place.half of the machine
    Quote Originally Posted by Garwood View Post
    What's the worse thing that happens if you just run it?
    power on but not run the spind,the control still can start

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    That's kind'a cheap yunno - adding pics to the first post after the fact....

    Looks like Shiite!

    That is terrible to find this after the fact!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    That's kind'a cheap yunno - adding pics to the first post after the fact....

    Looks like Shiite!

    That is terrible to find this after the fact!


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    New pics make it look real bad. The solid ways will probably be fine, but ballscrews and any linear guides are probably trash.

    Looks worse than I'd expect for flooding. It takes a lot of moisture and time to wash the lube off ways and screws.

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    And you added yet another!


    I wouldn't want an integral motor in a lathe to begin with anyhow.
    Now look what you got.




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    At least you picked a nice simple machine to fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldinho_07 View Post
    I have just bought a 2002 Integrex 300 ll sy without knowing the condition of the machine.
    And suddenly,i have heard that the machine was flooded ,almost 1/2 machine height...
    here some pics
    this is the rebuilt thread,i am not a expert ..i am just and end user.Trying to bring the machine back to working condition
    Hoping you guys can help me

    main chuck is out..

    and draw bar


    06/03 update:

    before disassembly the main spind,i have asked a guy for power on the machine.Luckily these drive are still fine,its on the top of the machine.
    Main CPU (640MT fusion is going out for parameter restore)




    and here the bad parts
    Hoping to have any advices for this spindle,its all with dust.HAVE NOT POWERED ON THE SPIND YET
    this will be a long story to tell





    This looks like salt water type corrosion , not fresh water. (or at least brackish water.).

    Are you able to determine what type of flooding occurred ? Local history ?

    You might want to test for chlorides / further on down the road and figure out how to desalinate your machine. Chlorides (from "Salt water" ) are very difficult to get rid of and cause further rapid and difficult to control corrosion.

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    Like what Ox said , that linear motor on the inside gives me the heebeegeebees too, those windings and adhesive all over the place.

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    I will be following this one. Great project! Good luck! I can't wait to see you making good parts with this machine.

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    I gotta say, If someone offered me that machine for, say, a thousand bucks I'd buy it.

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    I wonder if this got caught up in that tsunami a few years back?
    Maybe down in the basement at Fukashima too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    I wonder if this got caught up in that tsunami a few years back?
    Maybe down in the basement at Fukashima too?


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    OP might need a Giger counter …

    Does the machine give off a faint glow at night when the lights are switched off...

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    A lot of Vietnamese resettled here in Louisiana after the fall of Saigon in 75 and all the Vietnamese I've met say the weather is the same. If that's the case I can see this being from flooding from heavy rain. The rain from hurricane Rita a few years back flooded half of my town, I'm in Houma (SOUTH) of New Orleans, and several well tooled machine shops. I got to take a look at a 10" hollow spindle Mazak Power Master and a VTC 250 that got 3 feet of water. Those machines were less than 3 years old.

    So with Vietnam's hills and similar weather, yeah, a failed levee or stalled pump station, flooded Integrex.

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