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Introduction to Safety Operating Regulations for Small Parts Processing


Safety Operating Regulations for Small Parts Processing:

1. Before working, lubricate the machine tool according to regulations, check if all handles are in place, and run the machine slowly for five minutes to confirm that everything is normal before operation.

2. The chuck chuck should be securely fastened, and the wrench should not be left on the chuck or chuck when starting the machine.

3. The workpiece and tool clamping should be firm, and the tool bar should not extend too long (except for boring holes); When rotating the small tool holder, stop it to prevent the tool from colliding with the chuck, workpiece, or scratching the hand.

4. When the workpiece is running, the operator cannot stand directly against the workpiece, do not lean against the lathe, and do not step on the oil pan.

When high-speed cutting, chip breakers and protective screens should be used.

6. It is prohibited to reverse brake at high speeds, and the vehicle should be backed up and parked smoothly. (7) Remove iron filings using a brush or special hook.

7. When using a file to polish the workpiece, the right hand must be in front and the left hand must be behind; When using sandcloth to polish the workpiece, tools such as “hand clamps” should be used to prevent twisting.

8. All labor, quantity, and cutting tools should be placed in a safe location nearby, in a neat and orderly manner.

9. If the lathe has not stopped stably, it is prohibited to take or measure workpieces from the front of the lathe.

10. When the lathe is working, it is prohibited to open or remove protective devices.

11. As work approaches, the lathe should be cleaned and wiped, and the tailstock and slide box should be retracted to the far right end of the bed.