How to Install the Lens of the Laser Cutting Machine?


The laser cutting machine is a kind of mechanical equipment, and the requirements of its user process are relatively strict. Among them, a very key-component that affects the laser cutting effect is the installation of the laser cutting machine lens. If you do not follow the prescribed steps to install, it is easy to cause deviation of the cutting center or even the misalignment of the cutting machine groove. What should be paid attention to when installing the laser cutting machine lens?


1.Please wash your hands clean before an operation, wash your hands with soap or detergent. It is a good habit for normal operation of the cutting machine lens. Do not directly touch the lens with your bare hands. Wear special gloves to prevent fingerprints from being left on the lens to affect accuracy.


2.The lens should be stable when placing it to prevent it from slipping and breaking. At the same time, pay attention to the convex surface of the lens and put it flat on a stable and clean table. At the same time, check that there is no debris on the desktop to avoid confusion or affect the operating environment of the lens.


3.Protect the lens of the laser cutting machine from moisture. Do not use the traditional blowing method to wipe the lens, let alone use hot air to blow on the lens, so as not to damage the lens due to sudden thermal changes. The lens is highly refined, and the temperature and humidity are strictly controlled so as not to affect the protective film and optics of the lens surface.


4.After assembling the lens group of the laser cutting machine, you need to clean the lens and remove dust. Use a clean air spray gun to clean it, not an ordinary spray gun.


5.The cutter lens should be kept clean, and be careful not to touch the lens surface directly with your hands. At the same time, prevent other non-designated items from directly contacting the lens surface. In the cleaning and maintenance of the lens, use a professional wipe paper to gently pull it from side to side to avoid scratching the surface of the lens.