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DUPLOMATIC
AUTOMAZIONE

BSV-N 160/Series 25
BIDIRECTIONAL TURRET

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE

M.I. 6431
GB ISSUED 03-99
GENERAL RULES

The tool turrets of Duplomatic design are provided for being incorporated
in numerically controlled turning machines, and they must be used only for
this purpose.
The maximum performances of the turret are shown on the respective
technical data sheets.
Any improper use or alteration of the turret relieves Duplomatic of any re-
sponsibility for possible injury to persons and damage to property and will
also invalid any obligation for warranty.

All necessary steps for the safety of the machine operator have to be ma-
de by the machine builder who incorporates the turret in the tool machi-
ne as prescribed by the European Machine Directive CE 89/392.

Before installing and commisioning the turret, the technician and the ope-
rator must have read carefully this Instructions Manual.

For lifting the turret use only hoisting means which are suitable for the
turret weight.

Commissioning, adjustment and repair of the turret must be carried


out by skilled and authorized personnel who must follow the instruc-
tions in this Manual for all necessary steps.

Before any maintenance or repair job and before removing any


safeguard make sure that the machine's electric mains switch is on
"OFF" position.
It is absolutely forbidden to carry out any repair or maintenance job,
when the turret is running.

Duplomatic declines any responsibility for any accident or injuries to per-


sons or damages to property due to non observance of the respective sa-
fety rules and to the instructions shown in this Manual.

The turret and its safety devices have been designed and built according
to the following standards: "Machine Directives CE 89/392; 91/368; 93/44;
93/68; 73/23; European standards EN 292/1-2; EN 60204-1.
INDEX sheet

1. TURRET IDENTIFICATION ............................................................................ 2

2. CHARACTERISTICS AND PERFORMANCES


2.1 Technical data ........................................................................................................... 3
2.2 Loading capacity ....................................................................................................... 3
2.3 Duty performances ................................................................................................. 4/5

3. INSTALLATION
3.1 Box removing and lifting ............................................................................................ 7
3.2 Turret placing on the machine................................................................................... 8
3.3 Assembling of the tool holder disc ............................................................................ 8
3.4 Coolant operation ...................................................................................................... 9
3.5 Electrical connections ............................................................................................. 10
3.6 Wiring diagram ........................................................................................................ 11
3.7 Cycle ....................................................................................................................... 12
3.8 Cycle description ..................................................................................................... 13
3.9 Flow chart ............................................................................................................... 13

4. SERVICE OPERATIONS
4.1 Replacement and adjustment of locking control switch .......................................... 14
4.2 Replacement and timing of the angular position transmitter ................................... 16
4.3 Indexing control adjustment and replacement ........................................................ 16
4.4 Brake and motor replacement ................................................................................. 17
4.5 Solenoid pre-indexer ............................................................................................... 17
4.6 Shock absorber ....................................................................................................... 17
4.7 The turret's restart-up after an accidental or emergency shut-down ....................... 18
4.8 Operation checks to be carried out in case of accidental collision .......................... 19
4.9 Instructions for the checking of the mechanical parts ............................................. 20
4.10 Lubrication .............................................................................................................. 23

5. ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS AND PART LISTS


5.A Main section ....................................................................................................... 24/25
5.B Back view ................................................................................................................ 26
5.C Coolant circuit ......................................................................................................... 27
5.D Shock absorber ....................................................................................................... 28
5.E Motor and gear box ................................................................................................. 29
5.F Table to determine the motor code and the gears .................................................. 30

6. RECOMMENDED SPARE-PARTS FOR BSV-N 160/25 .................................... 31

7. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAMM FOR


INTENSIVE DUTY MACHINES ........................................................................... 32/33

8. TROUBLE SHOOTING .......................................................................................... 34/35

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1 - TURRET IDENTIFICATION
1.a - Turret name plate
The details for turret identification are printed on a name plate fixed on turret housing.

model serial Nr.

matr.
R

cod.

code Nr.

1.b - Model identification

BSV-N * - * - * /2* - * - * - *
OPTIONALS
SIZE CODE

160 160
CODE FREQUENCY AND INERTIA

50 H 50Hz Fast
60 H 60Hz Fast
VERSION CODE
50 50Hz Standard
STANDARD
60 60Hz Standard
AXIAL THROUGHT BORE PA 50L 50Hz Slow
60L 60Hz Slow

POSITIONS CODE

Nr. 8 Pos. 8 MOTOR VOLT. AND FREQUENCY


Nr. 12 Pos. 12 110 110 V - 50/60 Hz
220-380 220-380 V - 50/60 Hz
400-440 400-440 V - 50/60 Hz
SERIE 20 29 (1)

(1) From 20 to 29 the performance and the overall dimensions do not change.

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2 - CHARACTERISTICS AND PERFORMANCES

2.1 - Technical data

Size BSV-N 160

Height h mm 80

Stations N 8 12

Version H STD L

Inertia of transportable masses Kgm2 0,55 0,90 1,80

30 s 0,41 0,48 0,58


Indexing time
45 s 0,48 0,57 0,69
30 s 0,15 0,18 0,21
Rotating time only
45 s 0,23 0,27 0,32

Indexing time 180 s 1,16 1,38 1,65

Indexing frequency = 90 cycle/min 14 12 10

Indexing accuracy deg. 6"

Repeatability accuracy deg. 2"

Mass (without tooldisc) Kg 52

2.2 - Loading capacity


b

F1 Max. tangential torque F1xb Nm 1.600 1.600 1.600

Max. tilting torque to push F2xb Nm 1.900 1.900 1.900


b

F2

b
Max. tilting torque to lift F3xb Nm 800 800 800
F3

Unbalancing torque Nm 12

Transportable Masse Kg 60

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2.3 - Duty performances

F1 [N] Tangential force


200000

100000
80000 F1+
60000

40000
BSV-N 400

20000
BSV-N 320

10000 BSV-N 250


8000 F1-
6000 BSV-N 200
b
4000
BSV-N 160

2000
BSV-N 120

1000
0 100 200 300 400 500 b [mm]

The diagram refers to F1 values which cause elastic yelding within the rates shown in the schedule.

Turret size 120 160 200 250 320 400

Max. elastic yelding mm 0,05 0,07 0,08 0,14 0,12 0,16

Distance from centre of measuring point mm 140 170 220 270 330 350

F2 [N] Tilting force (to push)


200000

100000
80000
60000
BSV-N 400
40000
BSV-N 320

20000 BSV-N 250

10000 BSV-N 200


8000
6000

4000 BSV-N 160 F2

b
2000 BSV-N 120

1000
0 100 200 300 400 500 b [mm]

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F3 [N] Tilting force (to lift)
200000

100000
80000
60000

40000 F3
BSV-N 400
20000
BSV-N 320

10000 BSV-N 250


8000 b
6000 BSV-N 200

4000
BSV-N 160
2000

BSV-N 120
1000
0 100 200 300 400 500 b [mm]

F4 [N] Radial tilting force


200000

100000
80000
60000

40000

20000 BSV-N 400

BSV-N 320
10000
8000 BSV-N 250
6000 BSV-N 200
4000
F4 a

2000 BSV-N 160

BSV-N 120
1000
0 100 200 300 400 500 a [mm]

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3 - INSTALLATION
3.1 - Box removing and lifting

Eyebolt M12

Fig. 1

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3.2 - Turret placing on the machine
Make sure the fixing surface is clean and squared to ensure a proper tool alignment.
Usually to bring the turret axis to the machine axis an adaptor plate (B) must be foreseen.
Fix the turret to the machine's slide (A) by means of 8 appropriate screws (C) (high-resistant screws according to class 12.9 DIN
912) and make sure that between the screw head and the turret the respective washer (D) of appropriate thickness (min. 8 mm)
has been inserted.
The reference pin (E) which is supplied together with the turret, is normally located at the opposite side of the working tool.
Align the front surface of the disc in order to have it perpendicular to the spindle axis. Then lock the screws according to the torque
rates shown in the table.
In case of crash the turret may slip and turn around the reference pin. In this way any subsequent re-alignment will be facilitated.

D
Screws
s
d
Tightening torque

Turret size Type Nr. [Nm] D d S Code fixing set

BSV-N 160 M10 - 12.9 8 67 20 10,5 8 0424061

C
0,01/100 D
Fig. 2

E B
A

3.3 - Assembling of the toolholder disc


Before assembling the toolholder disc the coolant outlet shown on page 9 must be properly positioned.
Before locking the disc fixing screws it's necessary to adjust its angular position by checking the height of the tool position.
When the disc is correctly positioned, lock the screws (according to the torque rates shown in the table) and put the reference
pins between the toolholder disc and the turret.
The pins could be removed to allow the disc movement in case of crash and re-utilized for an eventual further re-alignment.

Turret

Screws

Tightening torque

Turret size Type Nr. [Nm] Reference pins

BSV-N 160 M8 - 12.9 8 34 Nr.2 - 10

Tool disc
Fig. 3

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3.4 - Coolant operation (Fig. 4)

The coolant circuit is designed for supply only the tool in working position and for set the valve (417) in different positions, according
to the disc requirements.
The coolant pipe coming from the pump must be connected to the "A" or the "B" inlet on the turret housing. Throught an internal
path the coolant passes from the housing to the (408) manifold ring that, by means of an anular groove brings it to the exit points
1 and 2.
Normally, one of this outlet points is closed by a plug (418), while the other contains the coolant valve (417).
The coolant valve (417) slides on the rear surface of ring (323), which rotates as one piece with the turret ring and the disc by
delivering the coolant to the working tool area.
The coolant valve (417) can be positioned in any of the two positions provided by changing it with plug (418).
The angular position of the coolant outlet can be modified by an amount of as follows:
Loosen screws (325) and turn ring (323). When the desired position has been reached, tighten screws (325) again.
Loosen screws (425) and turn collector (408) for moving the coolant valve (417) into the position of the hole at the outlet
on ring (323). Then tighten screws (425) again.
It is furthermore possible to replace quickly the coolant valve (417) without any need to disassemble the disc after having loosened
screws (424) and removed plug (421).
Coolant pressure:
continuous supply: max 7 bar;
by pressure cut-off during turret rotation: max 14 bar.

421 B
422

418

419 A

424 421

408 422
423
418

2 424

323

324 420
1
419
+
417

325

328
417

425

426

Fig. 4

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3.5 - Electrical connections (Fig. 5)

The electric connection must be carried out according to diagram on page 11. The connection cable must be provided with fittings
and gaskets in order to avoid penetration of water into the turret.
Figure 5 shows the exemple for correct electric connection.

A B C D E

A - Turret housing
B - Copper gasket according to DIN 7603/D
C - Fitting PG 13,5
D - Armoured cable
E - Hose clamp

PG 13,5 (DIN 40430)

Fig. 5

Fig. 6

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3.6 - Wiring diagram
4 5 1 2 3

Fig. 7
7
6

REF. COMPONENT CHARACTERISTICS WIRING NUMBER COLOUR SIGNAL


(1) U1 White
V1 Green
220-380 V 50/60 Hz W1 Black
1 Electric motor (three phase) (For other characteristics
See tab. 2
3 U2 White
see tab. 1) V2 Green
W2 Black

1 Brown
2 Thermal detector 135 C 1,5A 250V (2)
2 Brown

24 V D. C. 3 Green
3 Brake BSV-N 120/160=8W
4 Green
BSV-N 200/400=12W

24 V D. C. 5 Blue
4 Indexing solenoid
44 W 6 Brown

10-30 V D. C. (ripple) 10% 7 Brown + V D. C.


5 Indexing control switch 200 mA (load) 8 Black EXIT
OUTPUT - PNP - NO 9 Blue 0 V D. C.
10-30 V D. C. (ripple) 10% 7 Brown + V D. C.
6 Locking control switch 200 mA (load) 10 Black EXIT
OUTPUT - PNP - NO 9 Blue 0 V D. C.
7 Brown + V D. C.
9 Blue 0 V D. C.
10-30 V D. C. (ripple) 10% 11 White Bit 1
Angular positions transmitter 350 mA (supply) 12 Yellow Bit 2
7 13 Green Bit 3
(absolute) 50 mA/exit (load)
OUTPUT - PNP 14 Violet Bit 4
15 Black Strobe
16 Pink Parity chech

Green/Yellow Ground

ELECTRIC MOTOR CHARACTERISTICS Tab. 1 ELECTRIC MOTOR'S WIRING (1) Tab. 2

Turret size Minimum required power Short circuit power U1 U1


V1 V1
W1 W1
U2 U2
BSV-N 160 KVA 1,10 KVA 1,60 V2 V2
W2 WIRING (380 V) W2 WIRING (220 V)

(1) Other voltages on request.


(2) The termal detector gives a signal only motor overheating.

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POS. 1 (START) POS. 2 Locked turret POS. 12 Locked turret
T1 T1
POS. 2 (START)
T2 POS. 1 T2 NOTE :

For the T1-T2-R1-R2


R2
3.7 - Cycle

CW 1 value see Tab. 2


ELECTRIC
1 0
MOTOR
CCW 1
R2

1
3 BRAKE
0
R1 R1

1
4 INDEXING SOLENOID 0 Indexing pin mech.
position

INDEXING CONTROL 1
5 SWITCH 0

LOCKING CONTROL 1
6 SWITCH 0

12
ANGULAR 1
7 POSITION 1 BIT
0
TRANSMITTER
(ABSOLUTE) 1
2 BIT
0
1
3 BIT
0 For position code
1
see Tab. 1
4 BIT
0
1
PARITY CHECK
0
1
STROBE
0

Tab. 1 FUNCTION POSITIONS Tab. 2 TURRET SIZE 160


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 T1 (ms) 50
1 BIT 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 PROGRAMMING TIME
2 BIT 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 T2 (ms) 200
3 BIT 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 Standard 40
R1 (ms)
4 BIT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 Slow 40
PARITY CHECK 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 ALLOWED LAG TIME MAX
Standard 40
STROBE 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 R2 (ms)
Slow 40
cw ccw

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3.8 - Cycle description 3.9 - Flow chart
3.8.a - Signals
To get a change of positions on the BSV-N turrets, the
TURRET
control equipment (usually a N.C. equipment) must control START CYCLE
the components mentioned below according to a well
defined sequence (see wiring diagram on page 11).
Motor (1)
Brake (3) YES
Indexing solenoid (4) DE-ENERGIZE BRAKE
The following output signals from the turret are provided AND SET ROTATION
for driving the positioning cycle:
Angular position given by the angular position tran-
smitter (7)
Indexing control switch (5)
Locking control switch (6). 1 BEFORE GOAL
NO POSITION-STROBE 10

3.8.b - Description of the operating sequence


This description refers to sequence cycle: the first part
gives the sequence to pass from position 1 to position 2 YES
with clockwise rotation, the second part gives the sequence
SET INDEX
to pass from position 2 to position 12 with counterclockwise max. allowed lag time
rotation. R1 = (*)
As indicated by the cycle the controls are to be performed
according with the following sequence:

De-energize the brake (3) and start motor rotation in the


desired direction. INDEX CONTROL
If, as in the case shown by the diagram, the next position NO SWITCH = 1
(pos. 2) is the Stop position, when the strobe signal
reached a zero level, the solenoid (4) is to be energized.
In case of passage from position 2 to position 12, wait for YES
the reading signaling the passage on pos. 1 then, since
the next one is the Stop position, wait until the next strobe STOP ROTATION
signal reaches a zero level and (at that time only) energize SET TIMER T1 (*)
the solenoid (4).
N.B.: The maximum lag time between the reading of the
strobe signal and the excitation of the solenoid (4) cannot
exceed the R1 values indicated in the table.
The turret goes on rotating until the indexing pin, pushed DELAY TIMER T1
by the solenoid (4), enters into the mechanical stop slot. NO EXPIRED
This movement is detected by the sensor (5) which must
immediately stop the motor that, once expired the T1 time
will re-start rotating in the opposite direction.
During this phase the turret is locking and its locked
position is detected by the sensor (6) and this signal is SET REVERSE
used to stop the motor (1). The maximum lag time between ROTATION
the signal of the sensor and the stopping of the motor must
never axceed the R2 value shown in the table. At this point
the machine can be started, in order to go on working.
The solenoid (4) is to be de-energized after the expiration
of the T2 lag time starting from the moment when the LOCKING CONTROL CONCIDENT
sensor (6) signal is read. NO SWITCH = 1 YES POSITION NO

N.B.: The T1, T2, R1, R2, times must be understood as


YES YES
real times execution of the controls and the signals checked
on the terminal board of the turret. STOP MOTOR
START TO FAULT
For an accurate detection and measurement of the above max. allowed lag time
THE MACHINE WORK
mentioned values it is advisable to use adeguate R2 = (*)
instrumentation such as an oscilloscope with memory and SET BRAKE
current sensing devices.

( ) See tab. 2 sheet 12 ( Cycle ).


*

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4 - SERVICE OPERATIONS
4.1 - Replacement and adjustment of locking control switch (Fig. 8 - 9)
This switch is operated by the part (141) in correspondance of the locking position.
The turret is locked when the part (141) is moved to the top dead point or at least at a max. distance of 0.5 mm from it.
The switch point of the proximity switch, to be used to stop the motor, must be adjusted with an advance to ensure that the motor
is stopped in the zone of the locked turret.
This advance is provided the counteract the R2 lag time or stated values (see table page 12).
The switch point, size "B", is shown in the fig. 9 page 15.

4.1.a - Replacement of the switch (Fig. 8)


Remove the cover (146) to reach the proximity switch (105). To replace the switch disconnect the wires from the terminal board,
unscrew the screw (321) of the block (306) and remove the switch.
Once replaced and re-connected the new switch adjust the position as follows:
With the screw (321) unscrewed, introduce a 1 1,2 mm spacer (A) between the switch and the part (141).

Push the switch against the spacer (A) (as shown on the figure) then lock in place with the screw (321).

Remove the spacer (A).

142 118
141 304 116

Fig. 8
1 1,2

139 307 105 166


140 306 321 305

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4.1.b- Adjusting procedure (Fig. 8 - 9)
a) With the turret correctly lock part ( (141) on the Nr. 3 position) energize the low voltage circuit only, do not apply mains voltage
at this stage.

b) Loosen the two screws locking the support (306) and move it in the direction indicated by the arrow (4) until the switch is de-
energized (verify this condition on the relevant Led of the electrical interface equipment).
Move the support (306) forwards (direction indicated by the arrow (5) ) the exactly, find the point where the switch is re-
energized. Starting from this position move the support (306) forward again (direction indicated by the arrow (5) ) of a distance
corresponding to the B value. To better check the displacement (B), it is advisable to use a dail as indicated on figure 9.

1 Lower position (Unlocked turret)

2 Switching point

3 Top position (Locked turret)

B = 0,7mm 0,2
scattering "n"

141

105

306

5 4

Fig. 9

Note: The "top position" can be slightly different changing the position (scattering "n" in figure 9)
For the right adjustment please refer to the most external top position.

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4.2 - Replacement and timing of the angular position transmitter (Fig. 8)

To replace this element remove the cover (146); the angular position transmitter is the component (116). Disconnect the wires
from the terminal board, unloose the two screws and remove the two fixing pieces (118). At this point it is possible to remove it
from the turret. For the re-assembly proceed according to a reverse sequence, but before locking it, set the timing operations as
follows:

Lock the turret at any position.

Set an approximate positioning by rotating the unit to get corresponding position code (check by means of a voltmeter or
on the led of the machine PLC).

Perform an accurate adjustment by rotating the unit until the strobe signal passes from 1 to 0; mark the position of the angular
position transmitter against its support then rotate in the opposite direction until the strobe signal passes again from 1 to
0 and mark this new position.
In such a way it is possible to determine the area where the strobe signal is 1; the width of this area will be 20.
Rotate 10 backwards the angular position transmitter so that the reference mark is halfway the angle found with the
previously described procedure and tighten the screws of the fixing pieces (118).

4.3 - Indexing control adjustment and replacement (Fig. 10)

To reach the indexing control first remove the solenoid assy as shown on page 17.
The switch (105) is locked by means of a block (106).
To replace the switch disconnect the wires from the terminal board, loosen the cable clamp (145), unscrew the two screws (457)
and remove the switch together with the block, simultaneously pushing the wire through the cable clamps (145).
Once replaced the switch and before connecting the wires to the terminal board, provide for the adjustment of this position as
follows:

Lock the screw (457).

Once locked the screw (457/B) proceed as follows:


- take a 0,9 1,1 mm thick spacer.
- introduce the spacer (A) between the pin (158) and the switch.
- push the switch against the space (as shown by the figure) then lock it with the screw (457/B).
- remove the spacer, connect the wires, tighten the cable clamp and re-assemble the solenoid.

0,9 1,1 A

158 106 457 105 145

457/B
Fig. 10

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4.4 - Brake and motor replacement (Fig. E)

The motor and the brake form a single assy which can be reached after removal the rear cover (146) of the turret. To disassemble
the unit, first disconnect the cables of the brake and the motor from the terminal board then unscrew the screws (147) and remove
the motor assy together with ist shaft.
The brake (228) is fixed by means of screw (229) and in case of replacement verify that the air gap (B) value is 0,2 0,05 mm
(de-energized brake). If the (B) value doesn't correspond to the above, replace the spacer (235) with the new one supplied together
with the brake. The new spacer has a haiger thickness and it is therefore possible to machine it to get the (B) point at the desidered
value.

4.5 - Solenoid pre-indexer (Fig. 11)


4.5.a - Solenoid pre-indexer
The solenoid pre-indexer is the component shown by the number 4 on the sequential cycle and is the unit which, lifts or lowers
the pre-indexer pin, pre-sets the turret for its rotation (beginning of cycle) or for shut-down (end of rotation).
To check this assy proceed as follows:
Remove the rear cover of the turret (146), disconnect the solenoid wires from the terminal board, loosen the cable clamp
and push the cable inwards.
Unscrew the screws (178) and remove the spacers (177).
Remove the cap (193) after having unscrewed the screws (190) then remove the solenoid (157) (see fig. 11 and fig. 12).

4.5.b - Checks to be performed on the pin


Manually push the pin (158) and let it be pushed back by the springs to verify that it runs smoontly.
In case of problems, completely remove the pin and check the springs (180) for correct condition and verify that the flats coupling
of the cam (128) is not damaged.

4.6 - Shock absorber (Fig. 11)

The shock absorber (173) as be designed to absorb the shocks caused by the turret pivoting part when stopping it by means of
the pin (158).
As it can be seen on the drawing, the shaft (181) is axially positioned by means of two shock absorbers (173) allowing a cushioned
stopping of the disc.

159 190 180 158

176 194 193 157 180 178

179 177

175

171 171

173 173

172 172

170 170

174 174

128 181 Fig. 11

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4.7 - The turret's restart-up after an accidental or emergency shut-down

This operation is required in case the turret stops during rotation due to lack of electricity or sequential cycle mismanegement.
This turret-up after an accidental or emergency shut-down must be performed in the same rotation direction which it had
at the moment of shut-down.

4.7.a)
Operate one of the turret's positioning cycles. In the case that the controller doesn't accept the positioning command, because
the point of departure is wrong and the turret is not locked, see point (4.7.b)

4.7.b)
In order to return to the normal turret positioning, it is necessary to have at one's disposal a set of manual commands (push-button
type) to manually start up the individual cycle phase for each component in order to operate the solenoid, motor and brake in an
indipendent manner, accordimg to the opportune sequences. To reset the turret's normal condition, follow these steps:

De-energize the brake (3).

Energize the indexing electromagnet (4).

Operate the motor's rotation in order to turn the turret in the same direction that it turned at the moment of interruption.
Cut off the motor's feed as soon as the indexing pin stops the rotation.

Reverse the motor's rotation in order to lock the turret, cutting of the feed as soon as you have the locking microswitch signal.

Energize the brake (3).

De-energize the electromagnet (4).

The turret, at this point, is normally indexed and locked in position and ready to go in an automatic cycle.

4.7.c)
If the re-timing as described in point (4.7.a) and (4.7.b) doesn't work because the necessary manual commands are not
available or because the rotation direction at the time of shut-down wasn't known, the following manual re-timing procedure be
carried out:

Desconnect the turret's electrical connections. This operation serves to electrically isolate the turret with a resultant
de-energizing of indexing solenoid and brake.

Remove the solenoid cover (193).

Remove the rear cover (146).

Push by hand down wards the part (192) and contemporally, by means of a key as stated in Fig. 12 rotate the motor.

Rotate the motor shaft until the part (192) will push the pin (158) inside the slot relevant to an indexing position and
keep always pushed the part (192).

For locking the turret, rotate the motor shaft (during this step keep part (192) pushed), into the direction where less
resistance is felt (rotation into the opposite direction is impossible).

If the rotation direction is the right one you can see the ring (141) page 14 is moving towards the outside signalling
that the turret is going to be locked. Right locking is got when the ring (141) is in the top position (before starting to
recover); in this situation the proximity switch (105) must be energized.

Now the turret is ready to start again in the automatic cycle.

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190

193

192

146

Fig. 12

4.8 - Operation checks to be carried out in case of accidental collision

This inconvenience presents two different conditions:


The collision between the disc and the machine occurs while the disc is locked.
While the disc is unlocked. The most frequent condition is the collision while the disc is locked and, normally, the following
operations are to be performed for re-starting the machine:

Loosen the screws locking the disc.

Introduce the suitable setting pin supplied with the machine.

Tighten the screws and remove the setting pin. Repeat the above sequence also for the screws locking the turret to the
saddle.

Having completed the above operations, the turret usually is aligned again and ready to be operated.
Should the collision occur while the disc is unlocked, or in case of malfunction after the re-alignment operations previously
described, the mechanical parts are to be checked in conformity with the procedure illustred in the next chapter.

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4.9 - Instructions for the checking of the mechanical parts

This check is to be performed in the following cases:

Accidental collision with the lathe, when after retiming the turret does not work correctly.

Misfunctions which cannot be eliminated after checking the motor, the brake, the encoder, the turret timing and the max.
lag times of the electrical equipment of the machine.

4.9.a-Disassembly instructions (see Fig. A-B)

Remove the toolholder disc from the turret.

Remove the ring and seal complete (408) from the turret and check the condition of the seal (123).

Remove the rear cover of the turret (146).

Remove the encoder (116).

Remove the proximity switch (105) and its support (306).

Remove the motor support (350).

Remove the snap ring (138).

Remove the screws (101) and the relevant pins.

At this point, even with the turret locked, the wholemechanical group can be removed through the front of the turret.

The various components of the mechanical assy can be dismantled further after removing the locking nut (135).

4.9.b-Checks to be performed on the mechanical elements.

Check the conditions of the bearing (131).

Check that the three roller and pins (130) are not damaged.

Check that the surface of the cam (128) is not damaged.

Check that all sliding surfaces are in good condition and that all gaskets are undamaged.

4.9.c-Assembly instructions

Carefully clean and wash the various components before reassembly. The assembly must be carried out in the
reverse sequence of the above disassembly instructions and the turret on the mechanical assy must be unlocked.

Before locking the collar (135) check the preload of the springs, proceeding as follows (Fig. 13):
Assembly the spacer (134)
Screw the collar (135) until it touches the springs (133).
Then tighten the collar and makesure that the springs are compressed in according with the X-Y values indicated
in the table of Fig. 13, if necessary modify the spacer (134).

After assembly check, with the turret unlocked, the 0,1 mm backlash on the main shaft (311); in the opposite case
modify the ring thichness (320) to get the right clearance.

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X

UNLOADED LENGHT

Fig. 13

Y 308

133

134

135

311

LENGHT AFTER PREOLADING

Turret size Normall value

X [mm] X-Y [mm]

BSV-N 160 5,4 1,0 0,05

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313 165 314 Fig. 14

400
Z = 0,10 0,15 mm

N.B.: After prolungated working time it is possible to inspect a lower value; min. acceptable value is 0,05 mm.

4.9.d - Check of the right mechanic locking of turret


After re-assembling of the turret or in case you suspect the toolholder disc is not mechanically locked(also if the electrical indexing
cycle is properly operating).
A rod (313) allows to inspect the right shifting of the locking inside parts and the consequent application of the power given by
the cup-springs (Fig. 13).
Shifting remark must be executed in the following way:

Position a dial gauge as per Fig. 14.

Unlock the turret manually driving the motor as shown at page 18 - 19.

Push the rod (313) towards the inside up to the touching.

Reset the dial gauge.

Manually get the locking and check the rod has got the shifting stated in Fig. 14.
If the checked vaule "Z" is not corrisponding to the stated one the reasons could be the following ones:
Wrong assembly of inside parts.
Excessive wearing of the rollers (130) or of the cam (128) or of the toothing (111-112).
Presence of dirt between the contact surfaces.

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4.10 - Lubrication
The mechanical part of the turret is supplied with permanent lubrication and therefore it does not require periodical refillings or
lubricant changes.
The lubricant is to be changed only in case of complete disassembly of the turret.
The lubricant is to be filled before assembling the solenoid (157) and the pin (158) pouring it through the pin seat.

4.10.a - Recommended capacity of lubricant used

Turret size Lubricant quantity

cm3 Kg

BSV-N 160 300 0,28

4.10.b - Recommended lubricant

FLUID GREASE
CENTOPLEX GLP 500 - KLBER LUBRICATION

A Osterreich DK Danmark J Nippon


Klber Lubrication Austria Ges. m. b. H. Klber Lubrication A/S NOK Klber Co. Ltd.
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Postfach 49, A-5101 Bergheim. Tel. (07) 42 46 20, (07) 42 42 77, Telex 0055-66424 Minato-ku, Tokyo 105
Tel. (0662) 52 705-0, Telex 0047-633326 Tel. (03) 432-4211, Telex 242-2152 nok tok
Telefax 0081/34 36 59 68

AUS Australia E Espaa RA Argentina


Klber Lubrication Klber Lubrication Iberica S. A. Klber Lubrication Argentina S. A.
A Division of Freudenberg (Australia) Pty. Ltd. Carretera Nacional 152 km 22 Bdo. de Irigoyen 566 - 2 D
14 Daniel Street Parets del Valles (Barcelona) 1072 Buenos Aires
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Distrito Industrial de Alphaville Tel. (0422) 205115, Telex 517197 822 Lai Chi Kok Road
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Thurgauer Strasse 39, CH-8050 Zurich 6th Floor Rediffusion House Grenier Industrial Airpark, Manchester,
Tel. (01) 302 79 79, Telex 823 194 klub ch 822 Lai Chi Kok Road New Hampshire 03103
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Geisenhausenerstrasse 7, Postfach 70 10 47 Via Monferrato Sesto Ulteriano, Harpur House, 1 Dover Street
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5. ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS AND PART LISTS

5.A - Main section


Ref. Description Code Q.ty Ref. Description Code Q.ty
101 Screw M6x16 A12.9 0530294 12 138 Snap ring 0550766 1
105 Proximity 0661254 1 139 O-Ring OR 2100 0590308 1
106 Switch holder 0327459 1 140 O-Ring OR 3131 0590492 1
108 Key 0323963 2 141 Ring 0324085 1
109 Screw M10x25 A12.9 0531173 6 142 Spring 0110985 1
110 Spring 0115271 4 145 Cable gland 0671722 2
111 146 Rear cover 0323992 1
Toothings 0425927 1
112 147 Screw M5x16 0530032 3
114 Pin 10x28 0550599 4 150 O-Ring OR 2.261 0591408 1
Encoder 8 pos. 0661256 151 Rod 0324091 1
116 1
Encoder 12 pos. 0661246 152 Cam 0323975 1
117 Screw M4x8 0530019 2 166 Screw M4x8 0530385 1
122 O-Ring OR 2.161 0591399 1 304 Encoder holder 0325669 1
123 Gasket 0591406 1 305 Coupling 0325596 1
124 O-Ring OR 2.162 0590375 1 308 Plate 0325671 1
125 O-Ring OR 2.151 0591405 1 311 Main shaft 0325707 1
126 O-Ring OR 2.161 0591399 1 315 Rollholder 0328200 1
127 Key 0324092 1 320 Spacer 0323171 1
Cam 8 pos. 0328673 400 Housing 0326273 1
128 1
Cam 12 pos. 0328674 409 O-Ring OR 3225 0590397 1
129 Screw M4x8 0530480 3 439 Screw M5x16 0530032 5
130 Roller 0422684 3 (1) 457 Screw M4x16 0530022 2
131 Bearing AR 95 070.4 0631635 1
133 Spring 0324045 1
134 Spacer 0550767 1
135 Ring nut 0324090 1

(1) See Fig. 10

N.B. When ordering any spare part, please state both the reference number of the part and the complete name and code number
of the BSV-N.

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400 (158) 105 151 150 (350) (160)
108 (157) 106 152 145 147 146

409

101

117

(325)
142
(324)

109

110

25
311 166

111
116
127

114 305

125

122

123

(328)

(323) (408) 126 129 315 308 134 320 138 141 304
124 112 128 130 131 133 135 439 140 139
Fig. A

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5.B - Back view

163 105

306
162
410

120

313
121

411

115
118 314

Fig. B

Ref. Description Code Q.ty Ref. Description Code Q.ty


105 Proximity 0661254 1 (2) 165 O-Ring OR 2010 0590561 1
115 Elect. block 0490146 1 306 Switch holder 0325597 1
118 Encoder holder 0113203 2 (1) 307 Screw M5x20 0530034 1
120 Elect. block 0490147 1 313 Rod 0325670 1
Plug 0671182 4 314 Screw M5x8 0531028 1
121
O-Ring OR 2068 0590301 4 (1) 321 Screw M4x12 0530021 1
162 Name plate 0328080 1 410 Board holder 0325598 1
163 Rivet 0530521 4 411 Reference pin 0326336 1

(1) See Fig. 8


(2) See Fig. 14
N.B. When ordering any spare part, please state both the reference number of the part and the complete name and code number
of the BSV-N.

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5.C - Coolant circuit

421 B
422

418

419 A

424 421

408 422
423
418

2 424

323

324 420
1
419
+
417

325

328
417

425

426

Fig. C

Ref. Description Code Q.ty Ref. Description Code Q.ty


Coolant ring 8 pos. 0324128 419 O-Ring OR 114 0590172 2
323 1
Coolant ring 12 pos. 0324129 420 Spring 0319956 1
324 Holder 0323910 2 421 Plug 0326397 2
325 Screw M5x10 0530030 2 422 O-Ring OR 2043 0590297 2
328 O-Ring OR 2050 0590298 8/12 423 Plug 0326400 1
408 Coolant flange 0327487 1 424 Screw 0323851 2
417 Coolant valve 0326399 1 425 Screw M5x20 0530313 4
418 Plug 0326398 1 426 Holder 0326394 4

N.B. When ordering any spare part, please state both the reference number of the part and the complete name and code number
of the BSV-N.

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5.D - Shock absorber

159 190 180 158

176 194 193 157 180 178

179 177

175

171 171

173 173

172 172

170 170

174 174

(128) 181

Fig. D

Ref. Description Code Q.ty Ref. Description Code Q.ty


157 Solenoid 0425883 1 176 Screw M5x25 0530035 1
158 Pin 0324097 1 177 Holder 0323833 2
159 O-Ring OR 3268 0590525 1 178 Screw M6x10 0530043 2
170 Screw M5x10 0530030 12 179 Pin 6x28 0550196 1
171 O-Ring OR 2.30 0591404 2 180 Spring 0324080 2
172 Cover 0323959 2 181 Shaft 0323958 1
173 Shock absorber 0323962 2 190 Screw M3x8 0530267 4
174 Spacer 0323960 2 193 Plate 0328079 1
175 Bush 0837062 1 194 O-Ring OR 2.34 0591411 1

N.B. When ordering any spare part, please state both the reference number of the part and the complete name and code number
of the BSV-N.

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5.E - Motor and gear box

260 221 226 229


222 228 232
0,2 0,05
265

220
Z3 (1)

Z4 (1)
251

264

261 224 225 235 234 233


223 227 231 230
254
160 (1)

253 256

350 257

260

351 255 258

(1) See sheet 30 Fig. E

Ref. Description Code Q.ty Ref. Description Code Q.ty


160 Braked motor (see sheet 30) 255 Bush 0324114 4
220 Gasket 0591108 1 256 Screw M6x20 0530318 4
221 Snap ring 0550395 1 257 Washer 0324113 4
222 Spring 0550425 1 258 Shock absorber 0324104 4
223 Bearing 6003 0630158 1 260 Pin 6x20 0550490 1
227 Key 0550044 1 261 Gear 0324112 1
228 Brake 0324227 1 264 Plate 0631641 1
231 Bearing 6000-2RS 0630769 1 265 O-Ring OR 3175 0590323 1
235 Spacer 0324226 1 350 Gear box 0325667 1
251 Bearing 6000 0631571 2 351 Gasket 0325668 1
253 Bearing DL 30 16 0630823 1 Z3
Gears (see sheet 30)
254 Bearing DL 10 12 0630282 1 Z4

N.B. When ordering any spare part, please state both the reference number of the part and the complete name and code number
of the BSV-N.

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5.F - Table to determine the motor code and the gears (Fig. F)

SIZE VERSION GEARS MOTOR

Z3 Z4 110 V 220/380 V 400/440 V

50 Hz H 0328212 0324105
60 Hz H 0328213 0324106

50 Hz 0328213 0324106
BSV-N 160/25 0425933 0425932 0425988
60 Hz 0328214 0324107
50 Hz L 0328214 0324107

60 Hz L 0328983 0325837

Z4

Z3
MOTOR

Fig. F

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6 - RECOMMENDED SPARE-PARTS FOR BSV-N 160/25

Ref. Description Code Q.ty Ref. Description Code Q.ty


105 Proximity 0661254 2 173 Shock absorber 0323962 2
106 Switch holder 0327459 1 194 O-Ring OR 2.34 0591411 1
Encoder 8 pos. 0661256 220 Gasket 0591108 1
116 1
Encoder 12 pos. 0661246 228 Brake 0324227 1
122 O-Ring OR 2.161 0591399 1 258 Shock absorber 0324104 4
123 Gasket 0591406 1 265 O-Ring OR 3175 0590323 1
124 O-Ring OR 2.162 0590375 1 328 O-Ring OR 2050 0590298 8/12
125 O-Ring OR 2.151 0591405 1 409 O-Ring OR 3225 0590397 1
126 O-Ring OR 2.161 0591399 1 417 Coolant valve 0326399 1
139 O-Ring OR 2100 0590308 1 418 Plug 0326398 1
140 O-Ring OR 3131 0590492 1 419 O-Ring OR 114 0590172 2
150 O-Ring OR 2.261 0591408 1 420 Spring 0319956 1
159 O-Ring OR 3268 0590525 1 422 O-Ring OR 2043 0590297 2
171 O-Ring OR 2.30 0591404 2

N.B. When ordering any spare part, please state both the reference number of the part and the complete name and code number
of the BSV-N.

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7 - PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE PROGRAMM FOR INTENSIVE DUTY
MACHINES
The number of working hours mentioned in the following paragraphs are valid for a turret use at an average indexing
frequency of 300 400 cycles/h.

7.a EVERY 3.000 3.500 hours:


Check and replacement, if necessary, of the coolant valve (see sheet 27).
Needed parts:

Ref. Description Code Q.ty


417 Coolant valve 0326399 1
419 O-Ring OR 114 0590172 1
420 Spring 0319956 1
422 O-Ring OR 2043 0590297 1

7.a EVERY 4.500 5.000 hours:


Parts to be checked and replaced, if necessary:

Ref. Description Code Q.ty


122 O-Ring OR 2.161 0591399 1
123 Gasket 0591406 1
124 O-Ring OR 2.162 0590375 1
139 O-Ring OR 2100 0590308 1
140 O-Ring OR 3131 0590492 1
150 O-Ring OR 2.261 0591408 1
(1) 157 Solenoid 0425883 1
159 O-Ring OR 3268 0590525 1
171 O-Ring OR 2.30 0591404 2
173 Shock absorber 0323962 2
180 Spring 0324080 2
194 O-Ring OR 2.34 0591411 1
258 Shock absorber 0324104 4
328 O-Ring OR 2050 0590298 8/12
351 Gasket 0325668 1
409 O-Ring OR 3225 0590397 1

(1) Replace only if the check of the part is negative.


For the replacement procedures see chapter 4.4 and 4.5.

7.c Other checks to be carried out after 4.500 5.000 working hours:
Lack of coolant inside the protection cover of the turret and/or inside the mechanism.
(Remove the solenoid Ref. 157).
Check of the mechanical locking of the turret as per instructions of chapter 4.9.d and "procedure for the check
of the worn cam" attached.
In case of negative result of one of these checks a detailed check of the inside mechanism is requested.
Lack of angular play on the toolholder disc, with locked turret. Check the toolholder disc fixing on the turret.

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7.d PROCEDURE FOR CHECKING OF A WORN CAM AND ROLLER HOLDER

313 165 314

N.B.: The checking Rod


Z ZA in the locking posi-
400
tion return of the
"ZA" value respect
Maximum elevation to the elevation re-
marked in the check
Locking position
operation.
Unlocked turret

Reference Values Minimum values accepted


(1)
on worn condition

Z = 0,10 0,15 Z = 0,05


ZA = 0,05 0,06 ZA = 0,03
[mm]
(1) Measurement taken in the worst position, in CW and CCW direction.

In case of sure worn ("Z" and "ZA" values at minimum acceptable) the opening of the inside mechanism and the
replacement of the following parts are requested:

Ref. Description Code Q.ty


Cam 8 pos. 0328673
128 1
Cam 12 pos. 0328674
129 Sprig M4x8 0530480 3
130 Roller 0422684 3
(2) 131 Bearing AR 95 070.4 0631635 1
134 Spacer 0550767 1
308 Plate 0325671 1

(2) Replace only in case of a defective original part.


(3) Check also the entirety of the Roller Holder Ref. 315 code 0328200 and the key Ref. 127 code 0324092.

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8 - TROUBLE SHOOTING

FAILURE PROBABLE CAUSES HOW TO DO


1) Unlocked turret 1.1 Faulty locking switch 1.1 Check and if necessary replace
(after indexing cycle locking 1.2 Faulty motor supply the proximity switch
switch signal = 0) 1.3 Faulty motor 1.2 Check the 3 phase of motor and
1.4 Faulty mechanism feeding voltage
1.5 Wrong adjustment of locking 1.3 Check the motor winding and if
switch necessary replace
1.6 R2 lag time too long 1.4 It's necessary an internal check
(see sheet 20). Please contact the
Service Center
1.5 Adjust the locking switch as shown
on sheets 14-15
1.6 The lag time must be reduced to
the limit indicated on sheet 12

2) Unlocked turret 2.1 Faulty locking switch 2.1 Check and if necessary replace
(after indexing cycle, the turret is 2.2 Sticking bush (see sheet 14 the proximity switch
mechanically unlocked but locking ref. 141) 2.2 Please contact the Service Center
switch signal = 1) 2.3 Wrong adjustment of locking 2.3 Adjust the locking switch as shown
switch on sheets 14-15

3) The tool disc doesn't rotate 3.1 Faulty indexing switch 3.1 Check and if necessary replace
(signal always = 1) the indexing switch
3.2 Indexing solenoid always ener- 3.2 Check the relevant electric circuit
gized 3.3 Check both pin, springs (ref. 180)
3.3 Indexing device sticking and solenoid (see sheet 17)
3.4 Faulty motor supply 3.4 Check the 3 phase of motor and
3.5 Faulty motor feeding voltage
3.6 Turret rotating in wrong direction 3.5 Check the motor winding and if
after an unlocking for accidental necessary replace
reasons 3.6 Reverse the rotation or re-timing
3.7 Faulty mechanism as per sheet 18
3.7 It's necessary an internal check
(see sheet 20). Please contact the
Service Center

4) The tool disc goes on rota- 4.1 Faulty angular position transmitter 4.1 Check the angular position signals
ting without indexing 4.2 Missed supply of indexing solenoid 4.2 Check the solenoid feeding voltage
4.3 Faulty index solenoid 4.3 Check the solenoid winding and if
4.4 Indexing device sticking necessary replace
4.4 Check both pin, springs (ref. 180)
and solenoid (see sheet 17)

5) Turret indexed in wrong 5.1 Indexing device sticking 5.1 Check both pin, springs (ref. 180)
position 5.2 Lag time R1 too long and solenoid (see sheet 17)
5.2 The lag time must be reduced to
the limit indicated on sheet 12

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FAILURE PROBABLE CAUSES HOW TO DO
6) Excessive bounce at the 6.1 Excessive inertia 6.1 Verify the inertia (it cannot exceed
indexing 6.2 Faulty shock absorbers the values indicated on sheet 3)
6.2 Check the shock absorbers
(see sheet 17)

7) Disc rotation is not smooth, 7.1 Excessive unbalance torque 7.1 Verify unbalance torque (it cannot
action is jerky exceed the values indicated on
sheet 3) if necessary add or remo-
move tool holders to counterbalan-
ce the disc

8) Thermal detector signals 8.1 Excessive frequency of turret cycle 8.1 Verify the admitted value of tool
motor overheating 8.2 Faulty motor supply change frequency (see sheet 3)
8.3 Faulty motor and if necessary reduce the fre-
8.4 Turret restarting in wrong direction quency
after an unlocking for accidental 8.2 Check the 3 phase of motor and
reasons feeding voltage
8.5 Faulty mechanism 8.3 Check the motor winding and if
necessary replace
8.4 Reverse the rotation or re-timing
as per sheet 18
8.5 Manually rotate the motor shaft to
check for free mechanism

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