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MAKIKAWA-MOTION TECHNOLOGY (ZHEJIANG) CO., LTD is a professional manufacturer of planetary reducers and the solution maker of AGV mobile robots. We integrate R&D, production, sales and service for one-stop.
MAKIKAWA originates from Kyushu Precision Technology Industry (located in Fukuoka City, Japan). “Professional technology, free association, pursuit of excellence products” as the management concept, and have accumulated high precision machining and processing technology for internal gears, external gears and special gears. and achieved "μ"-level processing precision. MAKIKAWA uses the high precision equipment from Japan and German and the JIS materials. So, high precision, high rigidity, high torque, low noise, long life and maintenance-free are main performance of our products. Meanwhile, we could do the customization for customers to provide high precision planetary reducers to meet the various working condition requirement.
MAKIKAWA adheres to the principle of the initialization for customers service, the ingenuity for keeping improving and the perseverance for quality control. And we focus on the many application fields , mainly including industrial automation, new energy lithium battery equipment, photovoltaic equipment, mobile robot, Scara robot, parallel manipulator, printing machinery, laser cutting machine, packaging machinery, pharmaceutical machine, bending machine, spring machine, machine tools and non-standard automation equipment industries.

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How to clean stubborn stains on the surface of RC series planetary reducer?
Cleaning stubborn stains on the surface of your RC series planetary reducer requires patience, meticulous work, and appropriate cleaning tools and methods. Here are the detailed steps and precautions:
Before you start cleaning, make sure you have the necessary cleaning tools and materials. You may need a soft cloth, sponge, soft brush, mild detergent, acetone, alcohol, abrasive powder, gloves, and protective glasses.
Always wear gloves and protective glasses before performing any cleaning work to ensure personal safety.
If you choose to use strong solvents or abrasives, be sure to test in an inconspicuous area to ensure that no damage is caused to the surface of the reducer.
For stubborn stains, apply an appropriate amount of acetone, alcohol, or other solvents to the stain and let it sit for a while to soften the stain.
Use a soft cloth or sponge to gently wipe the stain, trying not to use too much force to avoid scratching the surface. For larger stains, use a soft brush to clean, but again, be careful not to use excessive force.
If the stain is still there, you can repeat the above steps several times until the stain is completely removed. During each handling process, care must be taken to avoid unnecessary damage to the surface of the reducer.
If solvents don't remove the stain effectively, you can try using an abrasive or scouring powder. With the help of detergent, gently wipe the surface with a soft cloth or sponge until the stain disappears. But be careful when using abrasives to avoid scratching the surface.
Clean the surface thoroughly with clean water or a damp cloth, making sure all solvents and abrasives are removed. Then wipe the surface clean with a dry towel or cloth.
Once cleaning is complete, recheck the surface to make sure all stains have been removed and there are no residual cleaners or abrasives on the surface.
After using cleaning tools and materials, store them in a safe place away from children and pets.

What should be done if any abnormal sound, vibration, temperature or other problems of the RC series planetary reducer are found?
The discovery of unusual sound, vibration, temperature or other problems with any RC Series planetary reducer is a common occurrence during operation and maintenance. Prompt detection and resolution of these problems can prevent further damage and ensure the normal operation of the reducer. Here are general steps and suggestions for resolving these issues:
Once an abnormality is discovered, immediately stop using the reducer and conduct troubleshooting. Carefully observe and record specific abnormalities, including sounds, vibrations, temperature changes, etc.
Check the lubrication of the reducer to ensure that the amount and quality of lubricating oil or grease meet the requirements. Insufficient lubrication can lead to increased friction, which can lead to abnormal sounds and increased temperatures.
Regularly check the fasteners of the reducer, including screws, bolts, etc., to ensure that they are tight. Loose fasteners can cause vibration and noise.
Carefully check all parts of the reducer, especially bearings, gears, etc., to see if they are damaged, worn or loose. Any damaged or loose parts need to be replaced or repaired promptly.
For abnormal sound or vibration problems, you can try to clean and lubricate the parts of the reducer to eliminate the sound caused by friction and vibration. Ensure thoroughness and accuracy of cleaning and lubrication work.
Make sure the reducer and drive system are well aligned. Poor alignment can cause vibration and noise.
Use a thermometer to monitor the operating temperature of the reducer to ensure it is within the normal range. Unusual temperature increases may indicate friction or other problems.
Check whether the environment around the reducer is clean, and eliminate external factors that may cause abnormal problems, such as dust, debris, etc.
If the above steps do not resolve the issue, more in-depth troubleshooting may be required. This may require help from a professional or manufacturer.
Be sure to record the problems and solutions found, and perform regular maintenance and inspections to prevent similar problems from happening again.