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Export Standard Specifications (9) Attachment 2 Tropical Destination Processing for Machines Exported to Tropical Regions

ATS-0610-94-

1. Application This attachment defines items related to the tropical destination processing for machines exported to tropical regions (1). Note (1): The Tropical regions indicated here are defined in the following table. Area Asia Country India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Areas of China south of Yangtzechiang (Yunnan, Kuangtung, Fuchien, Kuanhsi, Chechiang, Chianghsi, Hunan, Kueichou Northern Australia, Papua New Guinea Senegal, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Ghana, Nigeria, Central Africa, Congo, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and other countries in between Colombia, Venezuela, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Panama, Cuba, Dominican Republic, and other countries in between

Oceania Africa

South America North America

2. Tropical Destination Processing 2.1 Motor Tropical Destination Processing (moisture-proof insulation, heat-resistant grease, etc) established by the maker shall be performed for the maker (including variable speed motors, special motors). 2.2 Slide Guide Spare Shims As a rule, the following spare shims shall be included for the machines for which slide guide clearance is adjusted using shims, and for which the lubrication of the guide surface is done with grease. (1) The thickness of the shim must make adjustments of 0.03 to 0.1 mm possible (2) Shim Quantity: 1 per gib location using a shim, of the thickness indicated in (1). (3) Shim material: Brass or SUS. 2.3 Electronic Controls Tropical Destination Processing (print board coating) established by the user shall be performed for electronic controls. Electronic controls for which this applies are: programmable controllers, Inverters, servo controllers, over current coupling motors (VS/HC/EC motors, etc), LENA AIDA, timing switches, top stop devices, digital pressure adjustment devices, positioning devices, or other machine production drive-affecting items.

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General-use-C-Frame Press Export Standard Specifications ( 1 )

A TS-0612-94

1. Application: This Standard prescribes items related to the standard specifications when exporting the NC1, NC2, etc., general-use C-frame press. However, laws and standards which must be conformed to are according to ATS- 0610 (Export Standard Specifications), according to destinations. 2. Specification Category: Specification Categories conform to ATS-0610 (Export Standard Specifications). 3. Specification: Standard specifications are given in Table 1.

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ATS-0610

Export Standard Specifications

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General-use-C-Frame Press Export Standard Specifications(2)

A TS-0612-94

Table 1 No. 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 Dimensions Automatic Extraction Frame Hole Machining Die Cushion Installation Tap Machining Balancer capacity increase NC1 NC2 Automatic Greasing Device(timer-type interlock) Manual Pump type balancer Greaser Rear Cover Die Block Overrun Monitor Rotary Cam Shaft Breakage Detection Device Safety Measures Slide knockout Bar Safety Cover Automation Drive Shaft Periphery Cover When the motor is OFF only Inching is available. Safety Manual and Cassette Misfeed Receptacle Run Button Box Bolster NC1 NC2 NC1 NC2 B-5 (JIC) Standard Left/Right Both Sides For Dyton-made Die Cush. Standard None NC1: Capacity Increase NC2: Standard Installed on topSeparate stand(w/PB cover)

Item Die Installation Slide

Specification A S-5 (JIC)

Specification B to F According to Command Sheet Standard

Standard Standard (1) Standard (2) Standard Standard Standard (3) Standard

Attached Attached Attached Attached Attached Attached Attached when a knockout is included Attached

According to Command Sheet 114 Attached Standard 115 Included Standard 116 Attached Standard Dual open, no fuse breaker operation. Single-open 117 Control Panel Type available if door width is 900 mm or less. Note: Standard in Table 1 indicates Standard domestic specifications. 1. Specification C: According to Command Sheet 2. Specification C: Attached 3. Specification C: Attached

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General-use-C Frame Press Export Standard Specifications ( 3 )

A TS-0612-94

No.113 Cam Count

ItemRotary Cam Limit Switch

Table 1 (continued) Specification ANC1 NC2 NC1 11 16 20 25 14 Cams (6 spare) ( )4

Specification B to FStandard

Standard Standard 11 15 22 30 Not Included Standard

114

VS Motor Capacity(kW) NC2-

Standard

115

Anchor Bolt Foundation Shim

Included

Note: Standard in Table 1 indicates standard domestic specifications 1. 8 spare when speed is fixed.

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ALLOWABLE OFF-CENTRE LOAD FOR PRESSES1. Scope of application

ATS-0632-1998

This standard provides for general allowable off-center load for single-point and double-point pressing machines that is used to establish calculation conditions at the design stage and operating conditions at the operating stage.

2. Basic view and expressions 2.1 Left and right direction on double-point presses(L-R of L-R 2-point presses and F-B and L-R . of 4-point (F-B L- R22)). 1) Limitations in terms of strength at either point Regardless of the presence of an overload safety device, allowable off-center load has to be set to such a value as to provide an off-center load of 1.0 P0 (1/2 P0 for each point-load)at the press center and provide an off-center load of 0.4 P0 at either point in terms of downward vertical. ( ) (1)

Now, P is given by the expression: (2) From expressions (1) and (2) ( Where Po Pa P A L X Ma ) : : : : : : : ( ) (3) (tf) (tf) (tf) (tf) (mm) (mm) . (kgf m)

Pressing Capacity Allowance off-center load Critical load Dimension of slide point-point distance Eccentricity Allowable rotation moment

2) Limitations in terms of slide inclination resulting from the load imbalance between both points. Rotating moment Ma developed when a load 1/C2 of pressing capacity is applied from the center of a machine to a point locating at 1/C1 of the lateral dimension of the slide is taken as an allowable rotating moment. C1 ,C2: Constant numbers CA: Constant number As a result, an allowable off-center load Pa at the position that is spaced x from the center is give by the expression: (4) Constant CA is determined by allowable rotating moment Ma developed when a machine shows a predetermined inclination that varies with models. The expression given above satisfies reference inclination and constant CA specified in 3. Related Documents: JIS B 6402 Mechanical power presses- Testing of the accuracy Gishi-208-304 Addition to make the item more clear 1 Nov 1998 by Nakamura

Distribution:B.C

Revised:1 Nov 1998 Aida Engineering Ltd. Established:15 Feb 1990

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AIDA Technical Standard ATS-0632-1998 ALLOWABLE OFF-CENTER LOAD FOR PRESSES

2.2 Off-center load in terms of F-B direction on 2-point presses and F-B and L-R directions on 1-point presses(5) Constant CB is determined not only by the strength of the slide guide but also by allowable rotating moment Ma developed when a machine shows a predetermined inclination that varies with models. The expression given above satisfies reference inclination and constant CB specified in 3. Where Po Pa B X Ma CB : : : : : :: Pressing capacity Allowance off-center load Dimension of slide Eccentricity Allowable rotation moment Constant (tf) (tf) (mm) (mm) (kgf.m)

3. Reference values:A pressing machine shall satisfy reference inclination and constant given in Table 1 when it is applied with a reference off-center load.

Table 1 Reference inclination and constant under off-center loadModel HMX PMX NC1,NC2 SMX TMX(excluding opposed rotating type) FMX Other models Reference value of inclination(increment) 1 ( ) Parallelism Class 1 defined by JIS B 6402 Parallelism Class 2 defined by JIS B 6402 Parallelism Class 3 defined by JIS B 6402 Parallelism Class 3 defined by JIS B 6402 Parallelism Class 3 defined by JIS B 6402 Parallelism Class 3 defined by JIS B 6402 Parallelism Class 3 defined by JIS B 6402 Constant CA 25 9 16 13 8 10 Constant CB 70 40 60 40 40 40

Note) The Specified inclination value (Standard inclination value according to Table 1) is the value calculated with the formulae specified in JIS B 6402 using the specified direction L (length). Therefore, when the dimensions of F-B or L-R changes, the standard inclination value also changes. The constants CA and C B given above are determined based on the measurements obtained from the machines that have been put into service. This means the measurements on the respective machines can exceed the reference value when taking the measurement errors into account. Reference values of inclination are not certified values.

4. Allowable off-center load diagram:The diagram should be made out as an example given in appended figure 1 in accordance with the three expressions given in 2. Fractional dimension range should be, in principle, A/3 for double-point side and B6 for single-point side. To indicate an allowable off-cente

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