- Clean Toodle parts after each use. Wash with clean water and dry.
- Apply maintenance oil on all Toodle parts before storage (as WD-40).
- Inspect machine filters every day.
- Remove corrosion marks from stainless steel Toodle parts and tool holders.
- A used tool assembly in good condition should be clean and oiled before storage
- Never attempt to disassemble the bearings or turbine from cutting tool.
- Check machine filters.
- Check machine pump pressure near the pump using machine integrated pressure gauge.
- Check Pressure at Toodle entrance using the SFI Pressure Device.
- Check media status – clean filter, oil percentage, temperature.
- In case of Toodle Green, check oil lubrication quantity.
- In case of Toodle Green, check air pressure in the supply line.
- In case of Toodle Blue, check quantity of emulsion or oil in tank. Fill as required.
- Inspect Toodle parts for cracks, fractures and distortions.
- Inspect Toodle parts for corrosion marks.
- Check machine general safety conditions.
- Inspect tool holder condition.
- media (emulsion or oil) temperature.
- Emulsion or oil mist.
- Tool status.
- Cutting surface quality.
- Noise level. how
- Static run out of new tool (outside the machine).
- Radial and Axial tool edge position (set point).
- Emulsion or oil flow rate from Toodle exist. how
- before front cover assembly, make sure that the O-Ring (black) is inside the cover special slot.
Not in the right place, should be in the final step of Toodle assembly.