How to adjust the blade of the cable wire recycling machine?

Author:Suny Group

When recycling waste cables, most of them need to be crushed by a copper metering machine, so that the copper core and plastic skin on it can be stripped and become small particles, which is convenient for subsequent separation; however, when the waste cable is recycled, due to the recycling The cable specifications may be different in size, so you need to sort and select large and small cables before crushing, so that different crushing treatments can be carried out; there may be copper pins of some plugs in the waste cable, these copper pins And waste cables with a large copper core diameter are not easy to be broken due to their large size, which will repeatedly collide with the tool components, which will seriously affect the service life of the cable wire recycling machine tool; the existing common practice is to Large-diameter waste cables and large copper pins are selected manually or with equipment, which is time-consuming and labor-intensive; therefore, it is necessary to improve them.

The knives of the cable wire recycling machine will become dull after a period of production, which will affect the crushing effect and the sorting effect, so it needs to be polished every once in a while. When polishing the knives, you should choose mechanical polishing, and don't polish them at will. The cutter will become narrower after being polished many times. When the gap between the rotating blade (hereinafter referred to as the movable knife) and the fixed blade of the casing (hereinafter referred to as the fixed knife) cannot meet the crushing requirements, the cutter needs to be replaced. Turn off the power when grinding or changing tools. The gap between the movable knife and the fixed knife should be adjusted every time after grinding or changing the knife. The gap between the movable knife and the fixed knife should be adjusted according to different wire diameter materials. The smaller the raw material wire diameter, the smaller the gap between the movable knife and the fixed knife, and vice versa. The small clearance is subject to the fact that there is no collision between the movable knife and the fixed knife and does not affect the operation.