Tool changer magazine sloppy on Deckel 103V machining center
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    Default Tool changer magazine sloppy on Deckel 103V machining center

    Hello,

    The tool magazine wheel will rotate back and forth if I grab hold of it and rotate it back and forth, maybe 5 or 10 degrees. My tool changes don't match with the spindle well due to this and it hits hard at times when changing.

    It is time for us to pull the unit apart and fix it.

    Anyone with experience and can pass along their wisdom would be greatly appriciated.

    Here is a video of the problem: http://www.sunspotedm.com/toolchanger.html

    The machine is a 1999 Deckel Maho machining center (DMG).

    Thanks, Chuck
    Last edited by Owl Engineering; 10-12-2009 at 11:54 AM. Reason: added the video link

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    For my curiosity, what the heck is a 103V ? Is it Deckel or DMG ? What year is it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    For my curiosity, what the heck is a 103V ? Is it Deckel or DMG ? What year is it ?
    The machine is a 1999 Deckel Maho 103V machining center (DMG)
    Here is the video of the problem: http://www.sunspotedm.com/toolchanger.html

    Thanks

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    Default I think your in luck.

    At least the motor it self is not suppose to move, this is a problem with bolts that holds the motor unit / or you might have a broken plate somewere
    This is not going to be hard to fix.
    just go take a look under while someone moves the magazine.
    just be sure to have it in the right place when you fasten the bolts un less you know how to change the motor´s ref. point.
    I´m on maturnity leave right now but Ill go and have a look at my DMG 103V magazine and confirm the diagn.
    Good luck

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    Default This issue fixed....BUT

    But, now I am locked in between a tool change. Please see 2 posts above.
    Thanks, Chuck


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