Sieg SX4 Grizzly G0720R Installation

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We move straight into removing the head by using an engine hoist. The table and Y axis saddle have already been removed.

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Schlumberger-Private Sieg SX4 Grizzly G0720R Installation

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Schlumberger-Private The pictures are all of the Grizzly Machine

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Schlumberger-Private We move straight into removing the head by using an engine hoist. The table and Y axis saddle have already been removed.

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Schlumberger-Private Taking off the back panel. You may need to cut these wires and redo the connections to get the wires through when removing the spindle head

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Schlumberger-Private Here is the back of the spindle head. It slides onto a boss you can see in the previous pictures. It’s almost a press fit.

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Schlumberger-Private A look at how the Z saddle is attached to the lead screw. Then after removing the motor and finally the Z saddle and ball screw removed from the column

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Schlumberger-Private More pictures of the Z saddle removed

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Schlumberger-Private Here are the new ball nut blocks

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Schlumberger-Private You are going to drill and tap holes in the Z saddle for the Z ball nut block. Use the block as I guide for the center punch

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Schlumberger-Private Holes drilled

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Schlumberger-Private Holes Tapped for 6mm cap screws

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Schlumberger-Private Bolt the Z block onto the saddle with the whole assembly. Then slide the saddle back on to the ways. The Z motor mount will use the existing tapped holes from the motor.

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Schlumberger-Private The original lead screw nuts for Y and X. You will need to drill and tap holes for these. The same as was done with the Z axis

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Schlumberger-Private Here we have pictures of the Y motor mount in place. You can see it will not interfere with the saddle

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Schlumberger-Private You can see there are some things missing from this installation instruction. This was built for a customer who sent the machine and had the install done. Since we no longer have the machine we cant go back and fix the instructions better. There is a link to a you tube video on the X4 page that shows how the installation was done in a bit more detail

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