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Blanchard #20CD-36 Vertical Spindle Rotary Surface Grinder

Type: GRINDERS, SURFACE, ROTARY TYPE, (Vertical Spindle) - G8100
Manufacturer: Blanchard
Model Number: 20CD-36
Description: Blanchard #20CD-36 Vertical Spindle Rotary Surface Grinder
Tag: 16550
Year: 1967
Serial Number: 12149

Specifications

36" Magnetic Chuck Diameter
18", 21" or 24"" Range Over Chuck With New Wheel, Max (TBD)
20" Diameter of Wheel Chuck, Cortland Segemted Style
720 RPM Wheel Speed
(6) Ranges of Chuck Speeds, 6, 7, 10, 15, 20, 25 RPM
50HP, 3 Phase, 50 Cycle Spindle Motor
Automatic Downfeeds Feed 0.004 - 0.080 IPM
Dry Base Machine
Floor Space 11'8"L x 8'4"W x 9'1"Max./8'8"Min. Height
Approx. Weight 13,000 lbs.

Thank you for choosing F. P. Miller Company to provide you with a quote on a purchase and re-manufacture of a Blanchard Rotary Surface Grinder. The scope of work would include:

1) MACHINE DIS-ASSEMBLY:
a) Completely disassemble machine & inspect parts and castings.
b) Clean and wire brush all parts

2) TABLE AND TABLE SUPPORT WAYS:
a) Machine as required.
b) Precision Scrape, fit the table support ways to the table ways.
c) Installation of Moglice wear material in cup if needed.
d) Grind magnetic chuck hardened bull gear

3) CARRIAGE AND BASE WAYS:
a) Re-grind hardened base ways (Replace if needed)
b) Precision scrape and fit carriage to base ways.
c) Installation of cast iron wear strip if needed

4) VERTICAL SLIDE AND COLUMN WAYS:
a) Machine as required
b) Precision scrape and fit the vertical slide ways to the column ways including the gibs.
c) Replace or rebuild Elevating Screw and Nut
d) Installation of cast iron insert material if needed.

5) CARRIAGE AND TABLE DRIVE MECHANISMS
a) Inspect and rebuild carriage drive assembly (including replacing bearings and seals).
b) Replace Rack and Pinion
c) Inspect and rebuild table drive assembly (including replacing bearings and seals).

6) HEAD FEED MECHANISM:
a) Inspect and rebuild head feed as required (including replacing bearings and seals).
b) Inspect Feed worm gear and pinion, remove backlash.

7) SPINDLE UNIT COMPLETE:
a) Disassemble the spindle unit, clean and evaluate.
b) Check spindle taper fit to wheel collar taper, and repair if required.
c) Replace the upper and lower spindle bearings
d) Meg, clean and re-bake main motor winding
e) Reassemble the spindle unit, and test.

8) ELECTRICAL FEED MOTORS:
a) Replace all Feed Motors
b) Replace bearings

9) LUBRICATION SYSTEM:
a) Install Automatic oil lubrication system
b) Remove all lube lines on the carriage, base and table.
c) Replace  all lube blocks and clean oil ports on the carriage, base and table.
d) Re-pipe with all new lines and fittings, the carriage, base and table.

10) GREASE SYSTEM:
a) Install new automatic grease system
b) Replace all lube lines on the column ways.
c) Replace all lube blocks and clean oil ports on the column ways.
d) Replace all lube fittings on the column.

11) ELECTRICAL:
a) All new wiring on machine
b) New magnetic controller
c) All new limit switches and push button switches (placed to your configuration)
d) New Electrical Control panel and components
e) Install soft start for table
f) Updated Schematics
g) Updated manuals

12) MAGNETIC CHUCK:
a) Meg Magnetic Chuck
b) Install New Magnetic Chuck Controls

13) GUARDING AND COOLANT LINES:
a) Replace all water guards
b) Fit to machine
c) Install new coolant Lines and External Clean Out Hose

14) PAINT:
a) Sand entire machine to original machine surface.
b) Clean.
c) Prime and paint grey. Will accommodate customers paint specs if possible

15) REASSEMBLY OF MACHINE COMPLETE AND TEST:

REQUIREMENTS:
1. CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBILITY:
F. P. Miller will be responsible for furnishing all services, labor, parts and materials necessary to rebuild the machine as described above.

2. DIS-ASSEMBLY AND INSPECTION:
-All areas and items of rebuild will be completely dismantled to basic parts and castings.
-All parts and castings will be thoroughly inspected for defects.

3. RE-UTILIZATION OF PARTS:
-All parts that will be reused will be in such condition to assure proper part function and fit. This applies to parts which are used as is, as well as those that are repaired, or replaced.

4. REPLACEMENT PARTS:
-Replacement parts will be OEM or a suitable substitute.

5. BEARINGS:
-All bearings associated with spindle, regardless of condition, will be replaced with new bearings of the same type and precision class or better.

6. SEALS AND GASKETS:
-All seals and gaskets will be replaced with new seals and gaskets of a type equal to or better than original quality.

7. FASTENING DEVICES:
-All fastening devices will be inspected and all defective devices will be replaced.

8. ACCEPTANCE TEST:
-The machine will be run off at F. P. Miller Company with testing witnessed by customer.

9. DOCUMENTATION:
-Two complete sets of machine documentation covering
-Electrical diagrams, maintenance and operating procedures, will be provided to customer

10. TRANSPORTATION:
-It is the customers responsibility for transportation from F. P. Miller Company, we can assist with arrangements upon request.
-F. P. Miller will need Advanced Notice of Shipping Arrangements, prior to picking up machine, for proper time to package and prep machine

11. DELIVERY:
--Delivery of the machine will be approximately 17-18 weeks from the receipt P.O. and Down Payment and is dependent on availability of replacement parts and current shop schedule. The delivery will be held unless the lead-time of purchased items causes a delay.


WARRANTY:
F. P. Miller Company warrants the rebuild of this machine against defective materials and workmanship. The warranty terminates (12) months or 2000 operating hours, whichever occurs first, from delivery (some regional restrictions do apply). This applies only if the machine has been installed correctly and used in normal and proper manner under recommended operating conditions.  Note: Warranty does not cover magnetic chuck unless it has been rewound during re-manufacturing process (see options below)

AVAILABLE OPTIONS:
Resurface Magnetic Chuck
Rewind Magnetic Chuck
Set up and run off in customers facility
Stainless Steel Water Guards
Coolant System


TERMS: 30% with purchase order; 60% after acceptance run-off at F. P. Miller Company viewed by customer; 10% Net 30 Days after delivery of the machine to the customer upon approved credit.