Installations

We deal with the installation of new machines, onsite operator training and look after the relocation of existing machinery within the UK with our team of engineers

New Machine installation

Company procedure for the installation & commissioning of machinery

An appointed engineer will be required to install and commission as follows.

Installation

Power and air will be connected by customer, or appointed contractor to requirements specified by Mazak.

The designated Mazak engineer(s) will perform the following tasks:

  • Check power and air connections
  • Clean machine and ancillary equipment
  • Rough level machine
  • Position tool magazine (where applicable)
  • Fit additional machine guards (where applicable)
  • Final machine alignment
  • Fit ancillary equipment
  • Test machine / equipment functions
  • Test safety functions
  • All equipment used for installation purposes, i.e. precision levels, squares, d.t.i clocks etc. will be fully calibrated.  

Standard Machine Demonstration Criteria

The following items are covered during the machine demonstration.
(Other demonstration/training programmes can be developed via separate negotiation)

Machine overview

Basic programming assistance**

Coolant system and oil refill points

Machining of components***

Powering machine on/off

Data I/O

Operation panel

Calibration of tool eye

Display screens

Sub spindle or tailstock*

Safety operations

Lower turret

Home returning machine

Loading tools from magazine to spindle*

Loading magazine*, creating tools and tool data page

Tool changer recovery*

Tool setting

A axis

Machine set up

B axis *

Alarm procedure

C axis*

Diagnostic procedure

W axis*

Overview of parameters

 


    


Note:

*Only demonstrated if part of machine configuration.
**Our engineers do not create programs for components.
(Mazak offers full programmer training courses, please speak to your salesman for more information).
***Our engineers do not cut components but can monitor your operator through first run off.
(Tooling, material, programme etc. must be available during the demonstration period if this is required).

 

Relocation of Existing Machinery

Download "QUICK" decommision and "QUICK" recommission Packages Download "FULL" decommision and "FULL" recommission Packages

 

Haulage arrangements

Customers have the option to arrange their own haulage for internal and external moves, but for many, they find it preferable for Mazak to organize this so that the whole move is coordinated.

If requested to arrange haulage this will include:

  • Uplift
  • Cut bolts
  • Move
  • Position
  • Mark
  • Drill
  • Bolt down
  • Resin and rough level

Ancillary equipment

Customers are responsible for the recommission of all ancillary equipment, however we do give you the option whereby we can organise this on your behalf with the relevant suppliers.

Ball bar check

Ball bar calibration will provide a simple, quick check of a machine’s positioning performance to recognized ISO standards. This allows Mazak to benchmark and track the performance of your machine, quickly diagnosing and predicting problems and issues from temperature and collisions through to general wear and tear.

Regular Ballbar helps to:

  • Ensure accurate parts, done-in-one,
  • Reduce machine down-time, scrap and inspection costs
  • Maintain Mazak specifications
  • Implement predictive maintenance programmes

Please submit completed Relocation Form to service@mazak.co.uk

Download Installation Form Here

 

Contact Details

Email: service@mazak.co.uk Phone: 01905 752 000 Fax: 01905 755 002

 

Normal office hours are 08:15 – 16:30 Mon – Fri.

Out of hours, the main office line (01905 752000) is transferred to the support line which is available 24/7, 365 days/year.