Feb 15, 2020
The laser cutting machine belongs to high-precision machinery and equipment. The requirements for its use are relatively strict. A key part of the laser cutting effect is the installation of the lens of the laser cutting machine. Installation can easily lead to deviations in the cutting center or even misalignment of the cutting machine groove. So what aspects should you pay attention to when installing laser cutting machine lenses?
Step 1: Wash your hands before operation. It is best to wash your hands with soap or detergent. This is a good habit of operating the cutter lens normally. Do not touch the lens directly with bare hands. Wear special gloves to prevent finger prints from leaving the lens and affecting accuracy.
Step 2: When the lens is placed, it should be stable to prevent it from falling and falling. At the same time, the convex surface of the lens should be flat on a stable and clean table. At the same time, check that there are no foreign objects on the desktop to avoid confusion or affect the operating environment of the lens.
Step 3: the lens of the laser cutting machine should be protected from humidity, and the lens cannot be wiped with traditional air blowing, nor can it be blown with hot air to prevent the lens from being damaged by heat. The lens is a high-precision instrument. Temperature and humidity are strictly controlled to avoid affecting the surface protective film and optical accuracy of the lens.
Step 4: After the lens of the laser cutting machine is assembled, pay attention to the cleaning and dust removal of the lens. It is best to use a clean air spray gun instead of an ordinary spray gun.
Step 5: The lens of the cutting machine should be kept absolutely clean. Be careful not to touch the lens surface directly with your hands, and strictly prevent other non-designated items from directly contacting the lens surface. In the cleaning and maintenance of the lens, use a professional wiping paper to gently pull from the side to the other side to avoid scratching the lens surface.