On-Line Basic Operating Instructions

Diagram
The-Proxi-Mill

A.    Collet (Nut) used to hold bur in place

B.    Attachment Body: clamps both motor and surveyor spindle.

C.    Motor Spindle Lock: used when tightening or loosening  collet.

D.    Motor On/Off; Speed Control.

E.    Surveyor Spindle.

F.    Surveyor Spindle Lock. (Thumbscrew).

G.   Attachment Body Locking Lever. 

 

Set-up
NEY Surveyor 

1.  Remove undercut lock device located on bottom of surveyors spindle.  The device can be placed in storage area under the cap (F) on surveyor. 

2.  Loosen lever (H).  Slide main body of Proxy-Mill-  Attachment onto spindle, until spindle is flush with bottom of the attachment.  Tighten lever (H). 

 3.  Knob (G) on your surveyor can be used to hold the Proxy-Mill-Attachment at desired height, and prevent it from rotating. (Swinging). 

4.  Connect the motor cord plug into the transformer.  Take note: there is only one way the three pins can plug in. 

5.  Plug the transformer into the short cord of the foot-pedal. 

6.  Plug the long cord of the foot-pedal into wall outlet. 

7.  To insert a cutting tool: press on spindle lock (C) while loosening the collet nut (A)  feeling when the spindle lock engages.  Insert appropriate cutting tool, adequately      tighten collet nut. (A)  Note: to loosen or tighten collet  nut (A) you have to continually press in and engage the spindle lock (C). 

8.   Knob (D) sets the speed from off to maximum speed of 20,000 RPM and is variable from 5,000 to 20,000.

SPECIAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS: 

 

Remember: Use Approved Safety Goggles, Dust Mask and Dust Collecting System, this applies to the user and all persons in the area.

When inserting a bur/cutting tool into the motor, be certain that it is inserted all the way into the collet.  There should be a minimal amount of extension of the cutting tool shank.  Excess amount of extension of the cutting tool shank can be dangerous, especially high speeds. 

Tighten collet sufficient.  Rotate motor spindle by hand to confirm that the cutting tool is turning straight. (I.E., Centric).  If not, repeat procedure until the bur/cutting tool etc. turns straight and true. Be certain the cutting tool is appropriate and in good condition. 

Never run motor at high speed without a load on it.  (I.E., without milling-drilling etc.)  

Replace any damaged, worn or improperly functioning parts.

 

Always heed all safety precautions

 

Observe:  Before operating use all safety precautions and good common sense

 

Replace any damaged, worn or improperly functioning parts. 

Familiarize your self with the features and functions of various aspects and components of the unit.  (See diagram). 

Approved safety goggles and dust mask are required for user and all persons in area. 

Use this tool in conjunction with an adequate dust collector. 

Do not use damaged or improperly working tool.  Have it repaired first. 

 

Always heed all safety precautions!