Note! This Kit is For FC750 Machines Only, NOT for FC750/2 Machines.
FC750/2's used a Dowel-Pin Inserted in Each Shotpin with a #17441-000 Magnet on end. The Magnet activated 2 -- #18122-000 Sensors for the In and Out Signals.
FC750/2 Shotpin Sensors work good, and do not have the FC750's Problems.
15 -- Grease the 2 Pillow-Blocks Once. Wipe off all Excess Grease around Bearings. THEN TAKE OUT THE GREASE FITTINGS! When Machine Malfunctions, the first thing People do is get out the Grease Gun, and Grease-The-Hell out of Everything, as if this would fix anything. In fact, all this Excess Grease Separates over time, and the Oil in it Runs-Down Shaft into the Clutch / Brake Unit, and Ruins It!
Grease Pillow-Blocks again in 5 Years or so, Not before!
Grease the 2 Shotpins Regularly though, every 4 to 6 Months is good. Synthetic (RED) Grease is Best Grease to use as it is much more Time & Temperature Stable.
16 -- Adjust the 2 Flow-Control Valves that are on your Shotpin In & Out Mac Air Valve, so that Shotpins Travel In & Out Smoothly with Out Hitting Hard.
17 -- On Short 1 Station Moves, Turret will have Tendency to stop Short.
On Long Station Moves, Like T-Home, Turret will tend to stop Long. This is Normal.
Adjust T-Recognition Sensor to Balance Between these 2 Stopping-Point Extremes.
If you Rebuilt everything Correctly, your Turret should Now
Position, Stop, and Fire-In Shotpins Better than when it was New.
If Not, Go Back and Analyze what is Not Working Correctly, and Redo it Correctly!