After the robot glass automatic loading machine was put into use, not only did it significantly increase the working speed, but it also improved the loading quality of the product. In a robotic glass autoloader, it mainly includes an engine, a torque converter, a gearbox, and front and rear drive axles. It is abbreviated as four major parts. The engine is a key component and plays an important role.
From the structural analysis, usually in the robot glass automatic loading machine, the torque converter is equipped with three pumps, namely, the working pump (supply lift, tipping pressure oil), steering pump (supply steering pressure oil) and the variable speed pump . Variable speed pumps are also called travel pumps (supplied with torque converters, transmission pressure oil), and some model steering pumps are also equipped with pilot pumps (supply valves with pilot pressure oil). The drive system is mainly composed of a drive shaft, a main differential and a wheel reducer.
As a user, we need to do daily maintenance. Usually, about 60 hours of running-in time is required after the robot glass auto loader leaves the factory. This is based on the technical characteristics of the initial stage of use of the device. At the same time, the running-in period is also an important link to ensure that the equipment will maintain normal operation in the long-term practical application, reduce the failure rate, and extend its service life.
During this running-in period, the user must operate the robot glass automatic loading machine strictly in accordance with the operation requirements, remembering that it cannot be overloaded for a long time to avoid premature failure. And this will inevitably affect the life of the equipment. In short, the use and maintenance of the equipment during the run-in period should be given full attention.
In addition, after the end of the run-in period, it is also necessary to carry out compulsory maintenance on the automatic loading of the robot glass, and it is necessary to make inspections and adjustments, and pay attention to the replacement of the oil. In general, the requirements for the use and maintenance of robotic glass autoloaders during the run-in period can be summarized as: strengthening training, lightening the load, paying attention to inspection, and strengthening lubrication. In general, as long as the emphasis is placed on maintenance and maintenance as required, not only can there be fewer failures, but also the service life can be extended and the operating efficiency can be improved.