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ISO - Machine Tools Safety - Turning Machines checklist or check sheet, iso - turning machine tool safety, machine tools, safety newbie2, Manufacturing and Related Processes, 4, 25th May AM. ISO specifies the requirements and/or measures to eliminate the hazards or reduce the risks in the following groups of turning machines and turning. ISO. Second edition. Reference number second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO ), of which it constitutes a.
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Jon Severn, Editor of MachineBuilding. The standard for the safety of turning machines covers four groups en iso 23125 2010 turning machines and turning centres and lathes as follows: Group 1 — Manually controlled turning machines without numerical control Group 2 — Manually controlled turning machines with limited numerically controlled capability Group 3 — Numerically controlled turning machines and turning centres Group 4 — Single- or multi-spindle automatic turning machines Groups 1, 2 and 3 are further sub-divided into 'large' and 'small' in Table 1 of Clause 3, En iso 23125 2010 and definitions.
Descriptions and annotated line drawings of various types are turning machine are included later in Clause 3. In addition, BS EN ISO applies to ancillary devices that are integral to the machine, such as for workpieces, tools and work clamping en iso 23125 2010, handling devices and chip handling equipment.
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Principles for determining the dimensions required for openings for whole body access into machinery EN Principles for determining the dimensions required for access openings EN Terminology and general principles EN Interactions between the design of machinery and work tasks EN General principles for human interactions with displays and control actuators EN Control actuators EN Terms and definitions EN: Manual handling of machinery and component parts of machinery EN: Recommended force limits for machinery operation EN: Evaluation of working postures and movements in relation to machinery EN NOTE 2 If grinding processes are involved, see EN for additional safety measures work zone space where metal cutting is to take place performance level PL discrete level used to specify the ability en iso 23125 2010 safety-related parts of control systems to perform a safety function under foreseeable conditions [ISO: NOTE The chuck with 3 jaws is an example only, a chuck can have 2, 3, 4 or 6 jaws.
Figure 1 Chuck collet device designed en iso 23125 2010 hold the bar into the turning spindle, e.
ISO All rights reserved 7 17 3. Group 1, Group 2 and Group 3 turning machines can then be sub-divided into small or large sizes.
See the overview in Table 1. Table 1 Overview of sizes and groups of turning machines Group No. Group name Subclause in which group is defined Subdivision in en iso 23125 2010 Subclause in which size is defined Group 1 Manually controlled turning machines without numerical control Small Large Group 2 Manually controlled turning machines with limited numerically controlled capability Small Large Group 3 Numerically controlled turning machines and turning centres Small Large Group 4 Single- or multi-spindle automatic turning machines No subdivision small turning machine turning machine within the following dimensional limits: Example of a manually controlled, horizontal spindle turning machine This group of turning machines may be equipped with the following features: For mandatory and optional modes of operation for this group of turning machines, see Table Group 2: Figure 4 Group 2: Example of a manually controlled turning machine with limited NC capability This group of turning machines may be equipped with some or all of the features of Group 1 turning machines manual turning machines without NC and the following: However, the following features shall not be provided: For mandatory and optional modes of operation for this group of turning machines, see Table ISO All rights reserved 20 Group 3: However, it shall not be equipped with a rotating work holding spindle carrier, which moves the work holding spindle s from station to station.
For mandatory and optional modes of operation for this group of turning machines, en iso 23125 2010 Table 2. Key 1 vision panel 4 chips conveyor 2 interlocked movable guards 5 work zone 3 enclosing guard 6 main control panel Figure 5 Group 3: Example of a small horizontal turning machine ISO All rights reserved 11 21 Key 1 rear guard 5 control panel 2 chuck guard 6 platform 3 access door 7 saddle 4 front guard Figure 6 Group 3: Key 1 guarding of bar feeder 2 vision panel 3 interlocked movable guard 4 main control panel 5 enclosing guard Figure 8 Group 4: