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Busellato Jet Concept M Pneumatic Cylinder5/24
Hello, anyone have knowledge as to the manufacturer of the rodless pneumatic double acting magnetic cylinder on a Busellatto Jet Concept M, CNC, please see pic attached. Operates the tool change carousel.
What do you mean magnetic?
Any decent pneumatics company should be able to match it if you get the dimensions.
Check the other cylinders on the machine. They're likely all from the same supplier.
What's wrong with it?
My understanding of the device:
Symptoms, no adjustment of speed of movement in one direction (dumps tool) and very slow to respond, in which may or may not have caused issues with spindle accepting the tool.
Haven't found any cylinders with the label visible without removing. All would be mute if SCM group would step up and give the manufacturer so we could be productive again. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Any good pneumatic supplier will be able to help you. Look for a place that understands automation.
I'd pull it apart to see if it just needs a seal.
Where are you located? I'll google the area and see what there is.
Worst part is not even sure that is the problem, manufacturer name would be best way to diagnose and be sure. Can it be serviced can't get a name, Thanks SCM group, Busellatto made an excellent machine, 11 years old and going strong, only problem SCM group.
We are in Houston, Tx.
Try a place like this. http://rankinusa.com/
Looks like they're the US distributor for the pneumatics that are on my Biesse stuff.
The magnets don't control moment. They are for the prox switches. If you're not getting a tool change alarm its most likely the valves that control the push pull of the cylinder. Theres a small screw in the end of it. The more you back it out the faster the feed. This happens on my machines sometimes.
Could be the piston seal is bad. Easy to fix
Yeah, switched the valves from one end to the other and no effect, solenoids work manually, no error code just dumps the tool, sure seems to be the cylinder, just not 100% sure.
Like you said Dropout hopefully the same manufacturer that made the other cylinders made this one, I found a tag with Metal Work on it, now looking for a distributor, I will try rankin.
its a double acting sensor ready tie rod cylinder
Airline Hydraulics Corporation
Sells Metal Works Cylinders
Thanks to all that responded, we appreciate the help.