Toptech M4 siemens-802D(c) CNC mill

Aliases “Hildi”, “Metalshop CNC”
Other References
Official Maintainer Eris Ryan

Working

Machine is working as expected.

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This machine requires induction to use.

Due to the ease by which this tool can be damaged much of this course will be hands on. You will need your project and stock metal to use. Alternatively if you have a one-off item Dave Seff or Eris Ryan may be able to do it with you if you ask nicely, saving the need for induction.

  1. Fusion 360 workflow (online)
  2. Milling machine basics (online)
  3. Using the M4 CNC (online)
  4. Turning tool on and restoring non-volatile memory
  5. Tooling programming / setup / machine limitations / zeroing to a reference point.
  6. Loading your Gcode file on the CNC
  7. The actual machining process
  8. Packing up and cleaning

Language change: In back of controller move selection key to 1 Menu Rightmost blue option key

Key

Third blue option key from left (middle key)

Memory restore: Menu, diagnostics blue button, >, startup. startup switch, down to power up with saved data, blue button “OK”. Machine restarts. Reference to zero.

Tooling: ALWAYS assume the tool setup with either be wrong or blank if you didn't just set it up yourself. Tool changes need to be done manually.

If machining steels, use coolant (press k6). If you use coolant, please buy more (see below in consumables). If machining aluminum, plastic, brass or other soft materials use air instead of coolant it's less messy.

Suggested We recommend hearing protection.
Recommended Please wear goggles or a face shield
Required Enclosed shoes are required, no open sandals, thongs etc
Maintenance Press EStop on the CNC before performing maintenance. Do not open the machine box while spindle is running

Manufacturer

  • Foreign Sales Manager: Manager Feng

Phone: +86-0514-82085021

Mobile: +86-17761805030

Email: davidfeng@toptechmachine.cn

Fax: +86-0514-85860395

QQ : 715856973 Skype : davidfeng0430

Reseller

Not applicable machine was donated.

Known Identical Models

Different size but identical construction:

Date Description Workaround Proposed Remediation
01/10/2020 Hildi looses memory if powered down, turns Chinese Follow reloading procedure in guidelines Purchase an uninterruptable power supply
Date Modified By Description Remediation Cost
01/08/2020 Eris Ryan Coolant pump not working. Replaced coolant line, added air blower system. Turned pump back on $70.16
1/08/2020 Eris Ryan No arbour for facemill. Bought one from Hare+Forbes, added own teeth x 7 $93.50
5/10/2020 Eris Ryan Existing clamping will not fit table Buy 12mm sheet steel, drill thread M12 holes to fit existing clamp kit (approved by vote 15/09/20) $250.44
Image Category Accessory Name & Notes Location Buy from
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder Arbour Rest Bolted to wall next to CNC Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder Arbor #1 suit metric inserts Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder Arbor #2 suit metric inserts Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder Arbor #3 suit metric inserts Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder Arbor #4 suit metric inserts Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder Arbor #5 suit drill bits Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder Arbor #6 suit 50mm facemill Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder large machine vice Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool Holder medium cream vice Right CNC Cupboard Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
PLACEHOLDER Image, 100 width Tool 50mm Facemill attached to Arbor #6 Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
Tool Holder ER25 collet chuck set x 14 Right CNC Cupboard in wooden box Hare&Forbes Machinery House Rocklea.
Image Category Accessory Name & Notes Location Buy from
way_oil_s-l1600.jpg Lubricant Machine Self Oiling Lubricant Refil tank is up the back of right CNC cupboard. Store bottle RHS CNC cupboard. https://www.ebay.com/itm/Mobil-Vacuoline-Vacoline1409-way-lube-oil-for-bridgeport-mill-lathe/202464930621?epid=7022444539&hash=item2f23d9ab3d:g:mssAAOSw5HxfOe3e
62306-holemaker-500ml-soluble-metal-working-fluid-hero-spfluid.jpg Coolant/Lubricant Water soluble cutting fluid for refilling coolant tank Left CNC cupboard - note large empty bottle is for diluting fluid with water https://www.totaltools.com.au/62306-holemaker-500ml-soluble-metal-working-fluid-spfluid (don't use the Hare&Forbes coolant as it coagulates over time)
carbide_facemill_inserts.jpg Tooling APMT 103504PDER-H Carbide Inserts - Milling grade ACZ330 10mm Manual Milling/Lathe accessory trolley, vending machine. https://www.machineryhouse.com.au/L059
spiral_flute_tap_s-l1600.jpg Tooling HSTM12x1.75SFBLU Cobalt M12 Spiral Flute Tap Right CNC Cupboard https://www.bolt.com.au/m12-175-spiral-flute-blue-high-speed-steel-tap-p-100370.html
Interval Task
Before each use Lubricate all slideways (check automatic oiler tank has oil and slides appear lubricated)
Before each use Lubricate all dove tail slots (check automatic oiler tank has oil and parts appear lubricated)
Weekly on Tuesday Lubricate all unpainted steel parts (slide table) WD40 or oily rag is OK.
As Required readjust x&y axis at Taper gips loosen clockwise adjusting screw of taper grip at x&y axis, check gips for smooth movement along guide direction.
As Required readjust z axis at Taper gips loosen clockwise adjusting screw of taper grip at z axis, check gips for smooth movement along guide direction.
Every 6 Months Open the rear cover of the headstock and lubricate the gears and clutch etc. (check if the auto lubrication system is working)

PLACEHOLDER A RACI is an important documentation process to let people know what ACTIONS can happen, and who needs to be Responsible, Accountable, Consulted and Informed for each ACTION. Delete this line.

Task / Action Executive Cause Leader
Cause Team
Named Maintainer Trainers Cause Membership Implementer
Modification and Repairs - AC C I I I R
Induction changes C RACI RC I I I R

PLACEHOLDER: Risk assessment is important to ensure we are making tools available to members in a responsible fashion. Please make every effort to do a reasonable risk assessment. If there is a safety incident with the tool, please redo a risk assessment and add it to the table.

Ref / ID Pre-Mitigation Mitigations / Warnings / Remedies Post Mitigation
Risk Risk Severity Risk Likelyhood Risk Level Risk Severity Risk Likelyhood Risk Level Acceptable to Proceed
0001 DEATH Intolerable Possible 11 Induction to train users in correct usage - interlocks installed to prevent access while machine running. Low Virtually impossible 1 Yes
0002 Break Tooling Unwanted Likely 5 Induction to train in correct usage. Wooden board (LHS CNC cupboard) placed under tool before machine is switched off Low Unlikley 1 Yes
0003 Damage CNC Unwanted Likely 5 Induction to train in correct usage. Lockout machine without swipe card. Low Unlikley 1 Yes
0004 Slip over Intolerable Possible 5 Ensure coolant lines are in place over tank, be aware of leaks as coolant makes floors very slippery. Low Unlikley 1 Yes

PLACEHOLDER: A decision register is for general documentation when some decision is made regarding the tool. To change its location, mode of operation, to buy an accessory, to replace something, to change how it operates etc. Delete this line.

Ref / ID Decision Details Impact Proposed Date Proposed By Status Approved By Date Resulting Actions and Comments
0000 Buy accessories for mill, airline, repairs, addition of M12 table sized tool/mounting plate Allows easy clamping, steel milling, aluminium and plastic milling 02/09/2020 ER Approved VOTE 15/09/2020 A line was put in the register - Eris to purchase/build
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