CNC Machine Maintenance
Clean the bed regularly, ideally after each job and ensure the CNC router is clean from dust and grime.
Ensure lubricating stations are at the correct level. Airline oil can be used to top up the lubrication stations.
We recommend cleaning collets and nuts and check the tooling is not too worn. Tools should be replaced when worn.
Switch the machine off and check there are no loose parts at the end of the day. If so, tighten any loose screws and bolts.
Lubricate and clean the rails; this prevents the bearings from being compromised by dust particles. Cleaning the rails will increase the lifespan of the bearings.
Vacuum pump filters should be checked and free from dust. Loss of suction may occur when dust and grime, especially from MDF clog up the vacuum pumps.
Clean the inside of the control box from time to time. Always ensure the CNC router is switched off at the wall at all time.