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25 Mar 2020 19:58 #161495 by tommylight
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Check his other videos for other parts that make the changer.
And this is not the one Andy mentioned, i think.

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25 Mar 2020 20:12 #161499 by tommylight
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26 Mar 2020 13:11 - 26 Mar 2020 13:12 #161561 by prochj51
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without pneumatic in the spindle
Great videos!

Thank you
Jiri
Last edit: 26 Mar 2020 13:12 by prochj51.
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28 Mar 2020 01:17 #161768 by andypugh

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28 Mar 2020 03:31 #161769 by cmorley
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Thanks the one i was thinking of Andy

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28 Mar 2020 03:38 #161770 by tommylight
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Yes that is it !

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28 Mar 2020 20:34 #161834 by footpetaljones
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Robodrills and Brothers both have tool changers that don't use pneumatics.

The drawbar is compressed by an arm that goes through the headstock to a camplate on the column when Z is raised. Z raises some more to pull the tool out of the spindle, and when fully raised either a set of gears (on on the spindle nose and the other on the turret) mesh and the spindle rotates to rotate the turret, or a separate servo motor on the turret rotates to bring the next tool in line with the spindle. Then Z lowers onto the tool and doing so releases the arm holding the drawbar open.

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