Royal Sovereign RSL-2702CR Owner`s manual

OWNER'S MANUAL
RSL-382CR / 2702CR / 1062CR Laminator
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TOPICPAGE
1. Introduction......................................................................................................... 3
2. Safety Precautions............................................................................................... 4
3. Product Identification........................................................................................... 4
4. Included with Laminator....................................................................................... 5
5. Loading Film.......................................................................................................... 6
6. Threading Film
6.1. Hot Film...................................................................................................... 7-8
6.2. Cold Film....................................................................................................... 9
6.3. Mounting..................................................................................................... 10
7. Control of Roller Pressure ................................................................................ 11
8. Control Panel..................................................................................................... 12
9. Laminating Steps
9.1. Hot Laminating....................................................................................... 13-14
9.2. Cold Laminating.......................................................................................... 15
10. Using Cross Cutter........................................................................................... 16
11. Using Slitter (Only for the model with slitter).................................................... 17
12. Maintenance.................................................................................................... 18
13. Troubleshooting............................................................................................... 19
14. Recommended Temperature and Speed Settings.......................................... 20
15. Specifications................................................................................................... 21
16. Warranty........................................................................................................... 22
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1. INTRODUCTION
Thank you for choosing a Royal Sovereign laminator. It has been designed and
manufactured to provide years of continuous service. For complete operating and
maintenance information please read this manual thoroughly. Upon receipt of your
laminator, please inspect the box, the machine and all other contents for shipping
damage. Damage should be brought to the immediate attention of the delivering carrier
(See page 5 for list of shipment elements).
2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Failure to comply with any of the following safety procedures could result in serious injury.
Please read the instructions carefully and keep for future reference.
1. Only a licensed electrician should install wiring and outlet for the laminator.
2. Ensure the unit is plugged into a properly grounded outlet with the correct voltage.
3. Keep hands and clothing (i.e. Neckties) away from rollers.The rollers have pinch points
that can trap body parts or clothing and cause serious injury.
4. Keep flammable and wet objects away from the machine.
5. Place machine on a level surface.
6. Avoid excessive sunlight, humidity and extreme temperatures.
7. Ensure the unit is turned off, cooled, and unplugged from the outlet prior to moving and/
or repairing.
8. Keep out of reach of children.
9. Only Royal Sovereign authorized maintenance and service technicians should make
repairs.
10. Do not attempt to laminate items that exceed total recommended material thickness
for the unit
11. When cleaning the machine, don't use flammable sprays or materials.
12. Do not touch the rollers when they are hot or place foreign objects inside the machine.
13. Do not cover the surface of the machine until the machine has completely cooled.
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3. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
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2
3
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12
4
5
10
11
6
9
7
8
NO
1
PART NAME
NO
PART NAME
UPPER FILM
7
LOWER FILM
2
3
TAKE-UP BOBBIN
IDLE BAR
8
9
FOOT SWITCH
HANDLE-TENSION
4
HOT ROLLER
10
PRESSURE LEVER
5
SAFETY COVER
11
CONTROL PANEL
6FRONT-TABLE 12 KNOB-TENSION
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RSL-382CR / 2702CR / 1062CR
4. INCLUDED WITH LAMINATOR
Thoroughly inspect the parts and the unit. It is imperative that any missing parts are
reported and a claim is filed with the reseller immediately upon receipt of shipment.
Part Name
Owner's Manual
Quantity
1
Picture
OWNER'S MANUAL
RSM-1112MA Laminator
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2" (57mm)/3”(76mm) Auto Grip
6/6
L-wrench (2.5)
1
L-wrench (6)
1
Motor Fuse (50T) 6.3A
1
Silicone Rubber
4
Main Power Fuse(65TS)15A
1
Roll Film Samples
2
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5. LOADING FILM
Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
1. As shown in picture 1, insert auto grips onto the upper/lower film shaft.
2. As shown in picture 2, using the special tool, fix the auto grips on the film
shaft with set-screws.
3. Set the glossy side of the upper and lower film towards the heat rollers.
(Glossy side is PET film and matte side is thermal polymer laminating
adhesive)
4. Center film as shown in picture 3 and 4.
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6. THREADING FILM
6.1. HOT FILM
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1. Turn the power switch on("I" position). Power switch
is located in the rear of the unit on the left side.
2. Complete the "Loading Film" steps as shown on
page 4.
3. Set the temperature and speed according to the Recommended Temperature and Speed section.
4. Remove the Front Table.
Picture 1
5. Pull down the upper film over the Safety Cover to the lower film; align and center the lower film to upper film (Picture 1).
6. Rewind the upper film until the film aligns with the Safety Cover.
7. Thread the film over the Upper Idle Bar and underneath the Safety Cover until the film rests on the upper roller (Picture 2).
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Picture 2
8. Carefully pull up the laminate from the lower roll up towards the first idle bar and then around the back side of the second Idler (Caution: lower roller may be hot).(Picture 3)
9. Tack the lower film to the upper film that is resting on the main roller (Picture 4).
10. Reinstall the Front Table and close the Safety Cover.
Picture 3
11. Adjust the nip setting to 1/4'' (6mm).
12. Insert and push the leader boards on each end until boards reach the front nip point.
13. Adjust the nip setting to "Laminating" mode.
14. Push the Run button.
15. Push the leader boards between the pair of main rollers (Picture 5).
Picture 4
16. Press the Run button and adjust the supply roll
tension knobs by rotating clockwise or counterclockwise. Turn it until the supply roll films have some resistance (the tension varies depending on the film thickness; the thicker the film the more tension is required) (Picture 6).
17. Press Stop button when the leader board has completely exited the rear of the unit.
Picture 5
18. Use the Cross Cutter to cut the leader board from the web (see page 18).
19. Peel Trim any excess film off of the leader board edges. The leader board can be reused.
20. Set the roller nip setting to the appropriate position for the lamination or encapsulation application.
Picture 6
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6.2. COLD FILM
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1. Follow the steps in the "Loading Film" procedure by loading the upper shaft with
pressure sensitive film, e.g. (Royal Print-Pro Film) and lower shaft with pressure
sensitive mounting adhesive films or backing paper (Royal Sovereign White-Mount or
Clear-Mount).
2. Pull the upper laminate under the upper idle bar and separate the release liner from
the laminate.
3. Tape the release liner to the Take-Up Paper Core and allow the laminate to hang over
the main rollers.
4. Pull up the mounting adhesive and tack it to the laminate hanging over the rollers
(do not use the Lower Idle Bar).
5. Reinstall the Front Table, and close the Safety Cover.
6. Adjust the nip setting to 1/4"(6mm).
7. Insert and push the leader board until board reaches the nip point.
8. Press the Run button and adjust the supply roll tension knobs by rotating clockwise or counterclockwise. Turn it until the supply roll films have some resistance (the tension
varies depending on the thickness of a film; the thicker the film the more tension is
required).
9. Press Stop button when the leader board has completely exited the rear of the unit.
11. Use the Cross Cutter to cut the leader board from the web (see page18).
12. Set the roller nip setting to the appropriate position for the lamination application.
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6.3. MOUNTING
1. Lay the decaled image face down on a flat surface.
Carefully peel back and put a crease along the edge of the
release liner (Approximately 1 inch or 25mm, Figure 1).
Figure 1
2. With the image facing up, align the image onto the board.
Press firmly from the center out (Figure 2).
Figure 2
3. Adjust the pressure lever to ensure the proper opening
(Figure 3).
Figure 3
4. Flip the image over the upper roller and hold on to the
release liner (Figure 4).
Figure 4
5. Press the foot pedal once, and then let it go while slowly
pulling the release liner as the board enters the main roller
nip (Figure 5).
Press the foot pedal once again when the board has
completely exited from the rear of the unit.
Trim the board if necessary.
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Figure 5
RSL-382CR / 2702CR / 1062CR
7. CONTROL OF ROLLER PRESSURE
5
4
6
3
2
Open
2
3mm(0.1
)
in
4
.2
(0
m
)
.2 in
6m
m(0
5m
in)
1.5mm
(0.06
in)
La
min
ati
ng
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To set, pull the pressure lever outward and turn to one of the following positions.
OPEN: For detaching and cleaning rollers.
6MM: For laminating 6mm[0.24in] thick board.
5MM: For laminating 5mm[0.2in] thick board.
3MM: For laminating 3mm[0.12in] thick board.
1.5MM: For laminating 1.5mm[0.06in] thick board.
LAMINATING: For laminating 25~250micron(1~10mil) thick film and cold film.
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8. CONTROL PANEL
1. U
PPER: To change upper roller temperature
by pressing button, then up or down arrow.
(range 32~302°F or 0~150°C)
2. L OWER: To change lower roller temperature by
pressing button, then up or down arrow.
(range 32~302°F or 0~150°C)
3. S
PEED: To change speed of the rollers by
pressing button, then up or down arrow.
(range 1 through 9)
4. M
EMORY: To recall or change presets.
To recall the settings, press MEMORY
then up or down arrow. To save the settings,
set desired temperatures and speeds then
press the MEMORY button twice.
(stores up to 9 different settings)
5. C
/HOT: To change the mode from hot to cold or
cold to hot lamination. In cold mode, the speed
defaults to 2 (speed 1~4 settings) and stand-by function is disabled.
6. T -CHECK: To check current upper and lower roller temperatures.
Display automatically returns to the previous settings after 5 blinks.
7. S
T/BY: To change to stand-by mode (temperature will automatically reset to 176°F
(80°C). While in this mode, all the buttons on the control panel are disabled. Press
ST/BY mode button to resume normal operation.
NOTE: Auto stand by mode and auto power off mode
-Stand by mode: If no activity is made within 2 hours after each use the machine will
automatically switch into stand by mode.
-Auto power off mode: If the machine is in stand by mode and no activity is made for
60 minutes the machine will automatically power off.
-If any activity is made while in stand by or auto power off mode the machine will
return to it's previous stage.
8. R
EV: To reverse the rollers. Must press and hold the button to activate.
9. STOP: To stop the rollers from turning.
10. RUN: To start the rollers .
11. FAN: To activate the cooling fans.
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9. LAMINATING STEPS
9.1. HOT LAMINATING
1. Turn on the power switch located on the rear of the machine.
2. Set the pressure lever to the "Laminating mode".
3. Increase the roller temperature. If you already have a setting in the memory that
you want to use press the
button and then the
or
buttons to
select your desired setting.
4. When the desired temperature is met "READY" will be displayed on the screen and
you will hear a beep.
5. Press the
button. The rollers should begin to turn, if they do not turn make sure
the safety cover is closed or check the troubleshooting section of the manual.
6. Use the upper and lower Tension knobs to properly adjust the tension of the roll film.
Having the tension too tight will slow down or prevent the rollers from turning and if
the tension is set too low this can cause wrinkles in your lamination.
7. For ease and convenience set the document guides in position.
8. Set document on the table. You should allow at least 5mm(1/4") space on each
side for perfect lamination.
9. Press the
button when lamination is competed.
10.Turn on the switch in the right cover of rewinder device if you want to wind the
finished lamination. That you can control the rewinder device by the switch only
when the machine is in running state.
11. When lamination is completed your item may be hot and can easily bend. Lay on a
flat surface to properly cool.
12. When you have completed all of your lamination, set the pressure lever to the OPEN
position.
13. Turn the Power switch off.
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— Useful Information —
1. You can preset up to 9 temperature and speed settings in the memory for faster
easier use.
2. When laminating continuously "WAIT" may appear on the display, if this occurs
lower the speed by 1 increment, "READY" should appear and you may continue
laminating.
3. When laminating a document much smaller than the film, place the document in
the center of the film for better lamination results.
4. When laminating at high temperatures (> 248°F/120°C) you may want to press
the FAN button to allow the cooling fan to cool the document being laminated.
5. When laminating continuously High Temperature may appear,if this ocuurs
lower the speed or lower the temperature or stop for a minuate.
6. Please set the pressure lever into the open location if you want to stop the
machine for a little long time. Because there must appear high temperature in
the line between the touch two hot roller. And this can distroy your lamination
and cause damage to the roller.
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9.2. COLD LAMINATING
1. Put cold roll film on upper shaft. Load backing paper on the lower shaft as per
illustration 6.2 on page 7.
2. Pull COLD film and fix it so that the Release Liner can be wound on take-up
mandrel clockwise. (Revolve core to make Release Liner a little tight)
3. Set pressure lever to the proper position according to your laminating condition.
4. After pressing the
button, choose and
set proper speed by using the
5. It is
and
button.
when ready is dispalyed
on the screen and beeps three times.
6. Turn on the take up device and set the
proper film tension by pressing the"RUN "
button. Lower tension would make better
operation.
7. Center the document on the table.For
ease and convenience set the document
guides in position
8. Press the"RUN "button and "take up
motor" at the same time.The liner and film
will roll at the same time.
9. When lamination is completed, press the
button.
10.Turn on the switch in the right cover of rewinder device if you want to wind the
finished lamination. That you can control the rewinder device by the switch only
when the machine is in running state.
11. Set pressure lever at the "OPEN" mode.
12. Turn off the power switch.
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10. USING CROSS CUTTER
The cross cutter is located on the rear exit table of the machine.
1.After lamination, move the cutter approximately to the center of the completed
application at the desired point of detachment (Figure 1).
2.Grasp film with one hand, press the cutter downward into the application and slide
it first to one end of the application, then to the other end to complete the cut.
(Figure 2 & 3)
Figure 1
Figure 2
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Figure 3
RSL-382CR / 2702CR / 1062CR
11. USING SLITTER (Only for the model with slitter)
Only the RSR & RSS series have slitters included
1. Adjust the left and/or right slitters by loosening the
slitter adjuster knob (located between the front and
rear rollers.) (Figure 1)
Figure 1
2. Activate the slitter by turning the slitter knob (located
on the left side of the machine) clockwise. (Figure 2)
Figure 2
3. Once you activate the slitter then you can begin
lamination. (Figure 3)
4. To deactivate the slitter turn the slitter knob
counterclockwise. (Figure 4)
Figure 3
Figure 4
N
OTE: When the slitter becomes dull break off the
blade. Loosen the screw to pull down a new blade.
Once the new blade is down tighten the screw.
(Figure.5 )
CAUTION
Figure 5
When the slitters are not in use please keep the slitters positioned at the
far left and right side to avoid injury.
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12. MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Body of the laminator
To clean the machine body, dampen a cloth with water only and gently wipe the
machine clean.
Removing Adhesive Build Up
1. Remove the film from the laminator.
2. Use a damp (water only) cloth and a rubber gum eraser to remove
the adhesive on the Teflon (metal) and silicone rollers.
NOTE: Rub firmly but do not scrub the rollers vigorously as this may
scratch the surface. Do not use sharp metal objects, steel wool,
or abrasive, as these may also damage the rollers.
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13. TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptom
Cause
Possible Solution
Machine will not turn on:
a. Power switch is in "0"
(Off)
position
b. Tripped circuit breaker.
c. Blown main power fuse.
a. Put the power switch to
the "I" (On) position
b. Reset the circuit breaker.
c. Replace the fuse.
There is power, but the
rollers are not turning after
the "RUN" button is
pressed:
a. Safety cover is not
closed.
b. Paper guide is not
installed correctly.
c. Blown motor fuse.
a. Close the safety cover to
active the safety switch.
b. Properly install the paper
guide so that the micro
switch is activated.
c. Replace the motor fuse.
The unit is not heating up
a. The machine is in
"COLD"
mode.
b. Set temperature is lower
than the room
temperature
a. Switch to "HOT" mode.
b. Raise the temperature
according to the
recommended film
temperature.
Curled lamination:
a. Upward curl.
b. Downward curl.
a. Loosen the top roll film
tension.
b. Loosen the bottom roll
film tension.
Unclear lamination:
The main roller
temperatures are too low
and/or lamination speed is
too fast.
Raise the roller
temperatures and/or
lower the lamination speed.
Rewinder will not turn on:
a. Power switch is in "0"
(Off) position
b. The machine is in
stopping state
a. Put the power switch to
the "I" (On) position
b. Press the "RUN" button
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14. Recommended Temperature and Speed Settings.
NO
Film thickness
Preset
Func'No
1
38 micron
(1.5 mil)
1
2
75 micron
(3 mil)
2
3
80 micron
(3.2 mil)
3
4
100 micron
(4 mil)
4
5
125 micron
(5 mil)
5
6
150 micron
(6 mil)
6
7
175 micron
(7 mil)
7
8
200 micron
(8 mil)
8
9
250 micron
(10 mil)
9
Temp
User
Speed
Func'No
Remark
NOTE: Speed and temperature should be adjusted in accordance with
film manufacturer's recommendations.
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15. SPECIFICATIONS
Description
RSL-382CR
Power supply
RSL-2702CR
AC 100~120V, 220~240V 50/60Hz
Power consumption
1200W
Max. laminating width
380mm / 14.9"
Film thickness
Max. laminating Speed
1500W
2400W
685mm / 27"
1060mm / 41.7"
25~250 mic / 1~10mil
4.5m/min
Ready time
2.5m/min/8.2ft/min
2.5m/min/8.2ft/min
10min
11min
Heating method
Hot roller
Driving motor
DC geared
Max. Temperature
control
150°C / 302°F
Speed control
9 settings
Transport type
4 Roller
Film core size
RSL-1062CR
Auto grip (2", 3");Core 1"
Cooling system
Auto grip (2", 3")
No
2 AC FAN
Cross cutter
Yes
Hot lamination
Yes
Cold lamination
Yes
Mounting thickness
6mm / 0.24"
Take up system
Chain link to main motor
Reverse
Yes
Unit dimensions
(w x d x h)
660×760×1180 (mm)
26"×30"×46.5"
1010×760×1180 (mm)
39.7"×30"×46.5"
1354×780×1165 (mm)
53.3"×30.7"×45.9"
Unit weight
40kg / 89lbs
75kg / 169lbs
148kg / 329lbs
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16. WARRANTY
Royal Sovereign International warrants the equipment sold is free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of One (1) year for Parts and Labor from the date
of installation, excluding lamination rollers which are warranted for Six (6) months. This
warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. This warranty is the only warranty
made by Royal Sovereign International and cannot be modified or amended. Royal
Sovereign’s sole and exclusive liability and the customer’s sole and exclusive remedy
under this warranty shall be, at Royal Sovereign’s option, to repair or replace any such
defective part or product. These remedies are only available if Royal Sovereign’s
examination of the product discloses to Royal Sovereign’s satisfaction that such defects
actually exist and were not caused by misuse, neglect, attempt to repair, unauthorized
alternation or modification, incorrect line voltage, fire, accident, flood or other hazard.
All warranty claims must be filed through the authorized Royal Sovereign dealer or
reseller through which the equipment was originally purchased. Model, serial number
and date of delivery are required for all claims.
The warranty made herein is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied,
including any warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Royal
Sovereign will not be liable for personal damage or personal injury (unless primarily
caused by its negligence), loss of profit, or other incidental or consequential damages
arising out of the use or inability to use this equipment.
LIMITED WARRANTY
This warranty specifically does not cover damage to laminating rollers caused by knives,
razor blades, or any sharp objects or abrasives, or failure caused by adhesives, or
damage caused by lifting, tilting or improper use of the machine. Warranty repair or
replacement by Royal Sovereign or its authorized Reseller(s) does not extend the
warranty beyond the initial one year period from the date of installation. Unauthorized
customer alterations will void this warranty.
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Royal Sovereign International Inc.
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TEL : +1) 905-461-1095 FAX : +1) 905-461-1096
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08.2013