There are many types of servo reducers, such as worm gear reducers, planetary reducers and hard tooth surface reducers. These three types of reducers can be used with servo motors, but they have different characteristics. For example, if you use a worm gear reducer, it is characterized by low price and self-locking function, but the transmission efficiency will be relatively low and the noise will be relatively large.
If a planetary reducer is used, it is characterized by high precision, a much higher transmission efficiency than a worm gear reducer, and low noise, but the price is relatively expensive. Then there is the hardened gear reducer, because it is used by large-scale equipment, so in most cases it is used by servo motors.
However, the manufacturing cost of hard tooth surface is relatively high, so when choosing a servo motor hard tooth surface reducer, you must pay attention to the accuracy of the parameters.
Each type of servo reducer has its own characteristics. Bian Xiao reminds everyone that no matter which type of servo reducer you use, you must pay attention to its daily use steps. How to solve the sudden failure of the servo reducer? This article will also explain the solution to this sudden failure.
Sudden failure of servo reducer refers to those that develop rapidly and change suddenly. It is characterized by a sudden occurrence, no obvious long-term development process and accompanying symptoms, it is difficult to predict through state monitoring, and it is impossible to describe or reflect the development process of the failure with a certain rule. Therefore, after a fault occurs, the location of the fault is easy to find, but the cause of the fault is not clear and needs to be analyzed before judgment.
The common method to analyze the failure of the servo reducer is to find out the main characteristics of the failure, especially the various traces produced during the development of the failure, and then analyze the force relationship of the damaged parts through the traces to find out the cause of the abnormal force, or through Failure characteristics analyze the structural characteristics of related parts, so as to understand the root cause of the failure.
For example, analyze the reasons for the fracture of parts through the fracture characteristics of the reducer:
The fracture of the servo reducer refers to the natural surface formed after the part is broken. Fracture analysis refers to directly observing the fracture characteristics of parts through human vision or with the help of a magnifying glass, and qualitatively judging the causes of parts fracture failures based on these characteristics, so as to provide an important basis for the maintenance design of troubleshooting operations.