1. Cleaning and lubrication: Regularly clean the rivet machine to remove dust and metal shavings. Wipe the exterior surfaces and parts of the machine with detergent and a soft cloth. Make sure no caustic or abrasive cleaners are used. After cleaning, the critical parts of the machine should be lubricated with an appropriate lubricant to ensure their smooth operation.
2. Regular inspection: Regularly inspect the various parts of the riveting machine to ensure that they are not worn, loose or otherwise damaged. Special attention is paid to key components such as the rivet clamping device, drive mechanism and switch of the rivet machine. If any damage or abnormality is found, it should be repaired or replaced in time.
3. Maintain the power supply: If the rivet machine uses a power supply, make sure the power cord is intact and check the plug and socket regularly. Avoid using the power supply in wet or wet environments to prevent the risk of electric shock.
4. Storage and transportation: It is very important to store and transport the riveter correctly. When storing, it should be placed in a dry, clean and safe place, away from fire sources and corrosive substances. If it is necessary to transport the riveter, proper packaging and protection should be used to prevent damage.