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    Default Sandvik (Tamrock) water temperature

    My Sandvik scout 700 Rock Drill's water temperature goes up and it beeps after about an hour of work and I have to turn it off.

    What are the possible sources of this issue?
    Is there any operator manual or troubleshooting for Sandvik rock drill?

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    This has to set a record for the most OT thread ever posted here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vancbiker View Post
    This has to set a record for the most OT thread ever posted here!
    Maybe it has a 0i control on it???

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrummerman21 View Post
    Maybe it has a 0i control on it???
    It IS made by Sandvik...

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    Must have a FANÜC control on it....

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    I think we can work through this, although this isn't the normal kind of drilling most of us do.

    Without knowing ANYTHING about what you're working with:

    Does it have a cooler/radiator? Is it pumping water through? Is it cooling (if there is an active cooling compressor on it)? Does it have enough water in it?

    Seems it has a temperature gage. Does it appear to be as warm as it thinks it is? Is the sensor or gage faulty?

    Beyond that, perhaps bearings are bad and need replacing. Or you're working it too hard.


    FYI this is a forum about machining, and you have posted in a CNC machining board, which is for precision machining (think making parts out of steel or aluminum). You've got the wrong forum for this. But keep in mind the questions I wrote above. Maybe you can find the answer if you check those things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrummerman21 View Post
    I think we can work through this, although this isn't the normal kind of drilling most of us do.

    Without knowing ANYTHING about what you're working with:

    Does it have a cooler/radiator? Is it pumping water through? Is it cooling (if there is an active cooling compressor on it)? Does it have enough water in it?

    Seems it has a temperature gage. Does it appear to be as warm as it thinks it is? Is the sensor or gage faulty?

    Beyond that, perhaps bearings are bad and need replacing. Or you're working it too hard.


    FYI this is a forum about machining, and you have posted in a CNC machining board, which is for precision machining (think making parts out of steel or aluminum). You've got the wrong forum for this. But keep in mind the questions I wrote above. Maybe you can find the answer if you check those things.
    Or......they can just go ask over at www.heavyequipmentforums.com...and get a proper answer,
    one from some that's been there, and doing that.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Or......they can just go ask over at www.heavyequipmentforums.com...and get a proper answer,
    one from some that's been there, and doing that.....
    Nooooo, I'm emotionally invested in figuring it out!

    Do you think they just googled "Sandvik drill forum" and clicked the first result to get here?

    Edit: Just checked, 2nd result.

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    Need more information.

    What color is the drill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orange Vise View Post
    Need more information.

    What color is the drill?
    before or after it gets hot?


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