TM-402 User’s Guide
Original Instructions
EC Declaration of Conformity
ISO 9001:2008 Certified
V-TEK, Incorporated
751 Summit Avenue
Mankato, MN 56001
USA
(P) 507-387-2039
(F) 507-387-2257
www.vtekusa.com
European Representative
QNET BV
Hommerterweg 286
6436 AM Amstenrade
The Netherlands
User’s Guide # D292105B
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EC Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturers Name:
Manufacturers’ Address:
V-TEK Incorporated.
751 Summit Avenue,
Mankato, Minnesota 56002, USA.
Declare that the machinery described below complies with applicable health and safety requirements of Part 1 of
Annex 1 of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and EMC Directive 2004/108/EC. Confidential technical
documentation has been compiled in accordance with Part A of Annex VII of Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and is
available to European national authorities on written request only. If a request is received documentation will be
delivered on a CD or by post.
Description:
Model Number:
Specification:
TM-400
TM-400
Component Handling Machine
Serial Number\s:
The following standards have either been referred to or been complied with in part or in full as relevant:
ENISO 12100: 2006
Machinery Safety -
EN13849: 2008
Machinery Safety -
EN ISO 13732: 2008
EN 614-2:2000+A1:2008
EN 13850: 2008
Part 1 General Principals for Design and Part 2 Validation.
Machinery Safety - Ergonomics of the thermal environment
Machinery Safety - Ergonomic design principals
Machinery Safety - Emergency-stop equipment, functional aspects
EN60204-1: 2010
ENISO 11202/A1 1997
EN61000-6-3:2007
EN61000-6-1: 2007
Safety of machinery - General principles for design –
Risk assessment and risk reduction
Safety Related Parts of Control Systems –
Principals for Design
Machinery Safety - Electrical Equipment of Machines
Acoustics
- Noise emitted by machinery and equipment - Determination of emission
sound pressure levels at a work station and at other specified positions.
EMC
- Generic standards - Emission standard for residential, commercial and
light-industrial environments
EMC
- Generic standards - Immunity for residential, commercial
and light-industrial environments
Full Name of responsible person and place of signing
Place
V-TEK Incorporated
Signature
Christina James
Position
Date
Compliance Director
02/24/2014
751 Summit Avenue, Mankato, Minnesota 56001, USA
Telephone: (507) 387-2039 Fax No. (507) 387-2257
Introduction
Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ii
Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iii
Machine Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .iv
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .v
Operator Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .vii
Safety Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .viii
Safety Warning Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xi
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .xii
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the TM-402 Component Handling Machine. The TM-402 is a tabletop pick and place tape and reel machine with vision, designed for use in production environments for electronic devices. This machine accepts devices loaded in a bowl feeder. It features a
2D over tape vision system for component verification. A touch screen interface simplifies the
setup process, and minimizes set up time and operator intervention for fast, easy functioning.
Standard Features:
• Touch screen operator interface for easy setup and operation
• Bowl input, Tape output
• Ability to rotate components +/-90° or 180°
• Innovative universal adjustable heat and PSA sealer
• Software controlled advance movement of carrier tape (2mm to 144mm pitch)
• Adjustable track assembly for tape widths 8mm to 72 mm
• 2D Vision over tape inspection for Mark, Orientation and Empty Pocket Detection.
• User-friendly safety enclosure with multiple access points provides easy access with
minimal downtime
• Automatic Jam in Track and Low Cover Tape Detection Sensors
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Theory of Operation
Operation of the TM-402 is simple. The operator loads the Bowl Feeder and then configures the job for the selected part using the
TM-402’s intuitive, touch screen Human
Machine Interface (HMI). Job configuration
includes selecting and programming inspection criteria.
When the TM-402 is set in motion, the pick
head picks an individual part from the Bowl
Feeder Nest and places the part directly into
a carrier tape pocket. The 2D Vision System
detects empty pockets and inspects placed
parts for mark and orientation prior to cover
tape application. Parts that fail inspection
stop operation and trigger an error message,
allowing the user to correct the error before
continuing operation.
As the tape advances, it passes sensors
which detect jams in tape. Once the carrier
tape reaches the TM-402 sealer assembly,
cover tape is applied. The part is then sealed
in the pocket with either a Heat Seal or Pressure Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) cover tape.
When the sealing process is complete, the
finished tape is routed onto a take-up reel.
During operation, the operator keeps the selected Bowl Feeder supplied with parts and observes
the inspection process, adjusting operation and inspection settings as needed. In the event of 2D
inspection fails, the operator may re-orient or swap out parts from the output area as needed.
When tape reels are complete, the operator removes the full reel and replaces it with a new reel.
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Machine Details
Controls:
Touch screen Operator Interface includes:
• User-friendly Job Wizard and Pitch Setting Wizard for easy set-up
• Customizable job configuration
• Sealer Dwell Adjustment
• Manual/Automatic leader/trailer
• Password protection
Speed:
Placement speed of up to 2,800 UPH
Dimensions:
• Height: 39.5” (100 cm) (includes Tower Light)
• Width: 50.5” (128.5 cm)
• Depth: 35.5” (90 cm)
• Working area: 11’ x 9’ (3.5 m x 2.75 m)
Weight:
• 267 lb. (121 Kg)
Power Requirements:
• Air consumption: 5 SCFM at 85 PSI
• Electrical: 120 OR 240 VAC (bowl dependent), 50/60Hz AC
Note: The TM-402 is designed and tested to meet the CE Directives: 2006/42/EC, 2004/
108/EC. These tests were conducted with the power requirements of 230V 50Hz.
However, the TM-402 can also handle other voltage levels seen in other parts of the
world including voltages from 208V-240V @ 50/60 Hz.
Reference below when wiring the electrical plug:
• Attach the BROWN wire to L1
• Attach the BLUE wire to N/L2
• Attach the GREEN/YELLOW wire to Ground
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Intended Use
The intended use of the TM-402 Taping Machine is to produce taped reels of individually sealed
and consistently orientated components. Use of this equipment in any other way is not recommended.
The TM-402 is designed to accommodate a full range of electronic devices. The Bowl Feeder
accommodates parts which are 0805 size and larger.
Suitable carrier and sealing tapes include any conductive or non-conductive tapes with feedholes that are pitched at 4 mm. Tapes must operate in a temperature range from 120-160° Celsius with a pressure range from 40-60 psi and dwell time between 250-400 milliseconds. The
TM-402 can accommodate tape widths from 8mm to 72mm.
Tape advance and Pick Head speeds are set on the machine’s controller and can be set at
speeds of 1-10. The Bowl Feeder’s Linear Track speeds are set with the control knobs on the
Bowl assembly. Feed rates are up to 2,800 units per hour dependent on component size.
Caution:
V-TEK® Incorporated takes no responsibility for the safety of the TM-402 if it is
used for any purpose other than the intended purpose as specified in this User’s
Guide.
Operating Environment
The TM-402 is designed to be operated in a temperature and humidity controlled, light, industrial
setting. It requires an ISO Class 9 clean room environment.
The machine should be installed on a flat, dry, stable surface in a well lit area (ambient lighting of
200 to 300 Lux (Lumens/m2).
The recommended climate is between 5 - 75% non-condensing humidity with a room temperature between 0 - 50 degrees Celsius.
Note: Although all of the components used on the machine will withstand the temperature
range of 0 to 50 degrees Celsius, such temperatures may decrease the life of some of the
components.
The intended electrical environment is Pollution Degree 2 and Over Voltage Category II.
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Misuse
The TM-402 weighs approximately 267 lbs. (121 kg.) and requires four people to safely carry it.
Operators are cautioned to follow the instructions and illustrations for safely transporting the TM402. Failure to do so could result in injury or damage to the machine.
Lift Points
Installation instructions clearly state that the TM-402 should only be installed or operated on a
level surface to prevent toppling.
The user is protected from moving parts and exposure to objects being ejected under pressure
by 16 standard wire gauge sheet metal and 3/8 inch clear, polycarbonate enclosures. Door sensors ensure operation automatically stops if the enclosure doors are opened. No attempt should
be made to remove these enclosures or to block, disable or override the door sensors.
The enclosure doors may be left open during basic set-up procedures such as positioning the
pick head at place or pick locations. If the enclosure doors are left open during setup the TM-402
automatically reduces the speed of the pick head to a fraction of its normal operating speed to
prevent operator injury due to collision, etc.
The user is protected from the TM-402’s heat sealer by a metal guard. Operators are cautioned
not to touch the heat seal guard or to try to reach underneath the guard while the heat sealer is in
operation.
The TM-402 air supply should be adjusted to operate at a maximum working pressure not
exceeding 7.6 bar (110 psi). The maximum permissible source pressure should not exceed 9 bar
(130 psi). Failure to set the air pressure within these limits could result in a failure in the pneumatic system which could lead to injury.
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Operator Requirements
The guidelines provided in the following pages are intended to educate the user about how to
operate the TM-402 safely. They contain important information on avoiding potential hazards to
the operator and to the equipment. Only personnel who have thoroughly reviewed and understand the TM-402 User’s Guide and are aware of the possible hazards should operate or perform
maintenance on the TM-402.
Operators and maintenance personnel are advised not to wear loose fitting clothing or jewelry
when operating or maintaining the TM-402. Protective eye wear should be worn when loading,
operating or maintaining the TM-402.
Caution: Users should always wear protective eye wear when loading, operating or maintaining the TM-402.
Safe operation of the TM-402 does not require gloves of any type, however some component
manufacturers may recommend gloves be worn when handling parts. Consult the component
manufacturer for specific placement instructions. Ear protection is not necessary during normal
operation.
When running the TM-402, the operator should stand or sit in front of the touch screen to assure
easy access to all controls and the Power/Emergency Stop Button. This position allows the operator to view all parts of the TM-402 while it is in operation. When loading the TM-402 Bowl
Feeder or changing Taper reels, the operator may also need to access the side and back of the
machine
Work Area
Caution!
The TM-402 should never be operated while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
V-TEK® Incorporated takes no responsibility for the safety of TM-402 if it is used for
any purpose other than the intended purpose as specified in this User’s Guide.
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Safety Features
Main Power Switch
The Main Power Switch is located on the right side
of the machine. Turning the switch to the right
turns power ON. Turning the switch back to the left
turns the power OFF.
When the Main Switch is in the OFF position, it
exposes a lockout-tagout hole. The switch can be
locked by inserting a lock through the hole. The
switch on the right is pictured in the OFF position.
Emergency Stop Switch
There is one Emergency Stop Switch on the TM402. It is located on the left side of the machine
below the Take-up Arm. When an emergency stop
switch is triggered, all motion will be halted and the
machine will require a reset before operation can
continue.
The emergency stop control circuit removes electrical power to all motors, moving parts, heat
sources, pneumatics, and energy storing devices.
This includes the stepper motor drive, stepper
motors, the servo motor drive, servo motors, drive
circuits, the main control board, the heat sealer
and all pneumatics. The only devices that remain
powered are the inspection module cameras, the
enclosure lights, the sensors, and the HMI.
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Reset Button
The TM-402’s blue Reset button is located on the left side of the machine above the Emergency
Stop Switch. When the machine is powered up, it is automatically placed into an emergency stop
state to prevent the motors from moving until the operator is ready to begin operating the
machine. The error state is cleared by pressing the Reset button on the front of the machine.
Open Doors Stop Operation
All automated motion stops and the machine is unable to enter Run Mode when an enclosure
door is opened. An error message will display at the bottom of the HMI Run screen alerting the
user that the TM-402 door(s) are open.
The enclosure doors may be left open during basic set-up procedures such as positioning the
pick head at place or pick locations. If the enclosure doors are left open during setup the TM-402
automatically reduces the speed of the pick head to a fraction of its normal operating speed to
prevent operator injury due to collision, etc.
Buzzer Alarm
The buzzer alarm will sound and halt the Run Mode process of the machine at any time a System
Alarm occurs. A description of the System Alarm and suggestions for resolving it will appear on
the HMI Main Screen.
Lockout/Tagout
The Main Switch can be turned ON and OFF by turning the
red knob back and forth. When the red knob is placed in the
OFF position, the lockout/tagout hole is exposed. The Main
Switch can then be locked out by placing a lock through the
hole.
The Air Regulator can be turned ON and OFF by turning
the top red cap back and forth. When the red cap is
placed in the OFF position, the lockout/tagout hole will be
exposed. The Air Regulator can then be locked out by
placing a lock through the hole.
lockout/tagout hole
Be sure to follow your company guidelines regarding
lockout/tagout procedures.
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Tower Light
The tower light feature allows taping machine operators and production
supervisors in determining the operational state of the taping machine at a
glance.
Color Codes
Green
A solid green light indicates the machine is running a job.
Red
A flashing red light indicates that the machine is on but not running.
Green + Amber
The combination of a solid green light and a solid amber light indicate the
machine is at the end of a job and is in the process of creating a leader.
Red + Amber
The combination of a blinking red light and a blinking amber light indicates
the machine is at the end of a job and attempting to create a leader, however something has interfered with the process, stopping the machine.
A blinking red light and a solid amber light indicates the machine is at the end of a job, the leader
creation sequence is complete and the TM-402 is ready for the next process.
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Safety Warning Labels
The following warning labels have been placed in various places on the machine to bring safety
issues to the attention of operators and technicians working with or near the machine.
Attention
Indicates an adjustment or danger zone requiring attention.
Electrical Hazards
Indicates that hazardous voltage levels are present. Always disconnect power to
the machine before removing panels or enclosures with this warning label.
Temperature Hazards
Indicates a hot surface. Use care when working near these surfaces and allow
them to cool before performing maintenance.
Pinch Hazard
Indicates areas where moving parts or doors can pinch fingers if safety precautions are not observed.
Consult Manual
Consult User’s Guide for proper procedure.
Disconnect power and air supplies and refer to Chapter 7: Maintenance of this
manual before performing maintenance on the TM-402.
Note: Do not remove or obstruct any of the warning or instruction labels on the TM-402.
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Contact Information
V-TEK, Inc.
751 Summit Ave
Mankato, MN 56001
TEL: (507) 389-2039
FAX: (507) 387-2257
email:service@vtekusa.com
website: http://www.vtekusa.com
For customer service, please refer to the Customer Service Contact Sheet at the back of this
manual.
European Representative:
QNET BV
Hommerterweg 286
6436 AM Amstenrade
The Netherlands
KvK Zuid-Limburg 14091511
email: qnet@ce-authorizedrepresentative.eu.
website: www.ce-authorizedrepresentative.eu
Contact Information
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Table of Contents
EC Declaration of Conformity
Introduction
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-ii
Theory of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-iii
Machine Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-iv
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-v
Operator Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-vii
Safety Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-viii
Safety Warning Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-xi
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .i-xii
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Assembly & Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-1
Preparing the Work Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
Space Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
Table Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-3
Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-4
Unpacking the TM-401. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5
Assembling the TM-401 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-6
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-6
Chapter 2: Machine Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-1
Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-2
Right Side View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-3
Left Side View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-4
Back View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-5
Controls, Connections & Labeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-6
The Taper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-8
Pick & Place Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-10
Tube Feeder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-11
2D Vision System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2-12
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents (continued)
Chapter 3: The Human Machine Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-1
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
Touch Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
HMI Tabs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
Job Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
Job Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-7
Taper Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-17
Camera Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-18
Sealer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-19
Head Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-21
Bowl Tab. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-25
Run Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-27
Chapter 4: Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-1
Quick Start: Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
Power Up the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
Home Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-4
Load the Bowl Feeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
Nozzle Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-7
Selecting the Correct Nozzle & Nozzle Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-7
Installing Nozzle & Nozzle Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-8
Taper Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9
Load Carrier Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9
Load Cover Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-11
Load Take-up Reel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-12
Configure HMI Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-13
Test Seal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-25
Vision Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-27
Connect the Vision Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-27
Configure Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-33
Chapter 5: Vision Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-1
Quick Start: Vision Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2
Connect Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3
Setup HMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3
Connect Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-5
Connect Keyence Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-9
Configure Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10
Configure Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10
Configure Keyence Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-28
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Chapter 6: Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-1
Quick Start: Running a Job . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
Preparing to Run a Pre-programmed Job . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
Power up the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
Home Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
Setup the Bowl Feeder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-6
Setup the Taper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7
Select Job . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-8
Setup the Pick Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-9
Setup Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-10
Run the Job . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-11
Chapter 7: Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-1
Emergency Stop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2
Activating an Emergency Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2
Clearing an Emergency Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-3
System Alarm Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6
Error Message Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-21
Adjusting Nozzle Vacuum Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-23
Tips on Part Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-24
Sensor Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-27
Adjusting the Low Cover Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-27
Adjusting the Tape Jam Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-27
Adjusting Heat Seal Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-28
Heat Seal Shoe Temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-28
Seal Pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-29
Sealer Dwell Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-29
Adjusting PSA Seal Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-30
Materials Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-30
Seal Roller Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-30
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Chapter 8: Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-1
Safe Maintenance Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-2
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-3
Routine Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-3
General Maintenance Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
Air Pressure Regulator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
Pick Head Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5
Nozzle Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5
Vacuum Levels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5
Replace the Vacuum Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5
Check Actuator Belt Tension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-7
Taping Module Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-8
Heat Sealer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-8
Loading Track. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
PSA Sealer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
Cover Tape Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-10
Appendix A: Sensors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-1
Keyence FS-V21/FS-V22 Sensor Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-2
SMC ZSE30 Vacuum Sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-4
Exploded Views
Spare Parts List
Customer Service Contact Sheet
Document List
Warranty
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Preparing the Work Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-2
Space Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Table Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Power Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Unpacking the TM-402 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-5
Assembling the TM-402 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1-6
Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
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Preparing the Work Area
Space Requirements
The TM-402 is a table-top machine which needs to be placed on a flat, stable surface in a well lit
work area that is a minimum of 7’ high x 11’ wide x 9‘deep (2.2 m x 3.5 m x 2.7 m) to provide sufficient space for the assembled machine when it is fully loaded with a variety of tape reel sizes.
The TM-402 is pictured mounted on the optional 80/20 Frame in the minimum required work area
below.
Minimum
Height
7 feet
Minimum
Width = 11 feet
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Table Requirements
The TM-402 should be placed on a user-supplied table or bench that is capable of supporting a
minimum of 290 lb. (132 kg). An optional 80/20 frame (pictured above) is also available for
mounting the TM-402.
Choose a table that is at least 52” wide by 36” deep to provide sufficient space for the assembled
machine when it is fully loaded with a variety of tape reel sizes.
Ideally the table height should be adjustable so the machine height can be easily adjusted to suit
operators of varying heights. The objective is to position the TM-402 controls so they are easily
accessible for operation and maintenance. The suggested level is 36” (900 mm) above the floor,
but this may vary from one operator to another.
The table’s working surface should have a slope of no more than 5 degrees. Ensure that the TM402 feet is positioned on a table or the optional 80/20 frame so the machine is fully supported,
immobilized and level during operation.
Clearance
Allow at least three feet of clearance on all sides of the machine for easy access and operation.
A birds-eye view of the TM-402 with minimum clearance on all sides is shown below.
Minimum Work
Space Depth
9 feet x 11 feet
Minimum clearance
3’ on all sides
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When positioning the TM-402, choose an area that is not located below overhead gantries, walkways or power lines to ensure objects or liquids cannot be dropped on the machine from overhead.
Power Requirements
The TM-402 will also require access to a 85-110 PSI air pressure system and a 240 VAC, 50/60
Hz power supply. Locate the machine so electrical power cables can be routed away from areas
where personnel are expected to move.
Note: It is recommended that cables be routed overhead or underground. If cables must
be routed over the floor, cover them with rubber ramps.
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Unpacking the TM-402
Prior to shipment, the TM-402 is partially disassembled, then shrink wrapped, placed in a crate,
and strapped to the crate floor. The disassembled TM-402 parts, which include the Carrier Tape
Arm, the Take-up Assembly, the Bowl Feeder and the Spare Parts Kit, are individually bubblewrapped and packed around the base machine. The TM-402 crate should contain the base
machine along with the following items:
C
A
D
B
A. 240 Volt Bowl Feeder
B. Carrier Tape Arm
C. Take-up Arm
D. 80/20 Frame (optional, shipped disassembled)
E. Laptop Computer (optional, not pictured)
A User’s Guide, Standard and Metric Hex Wrench Sets, and a Spare Parts Kit are also
included but not pictured above.
Note: Bowl appearance will vary depending on part size to be processed and the bowl
which was selected at the time of purchase.
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Assembling the TM-402
Equipment Required
• Adjustable wrench (needs to fit 1 1/16” to 1 3/32” nut)
• Standard and Metric Hex Wrench Sets (provided with machine)
• 85-110 PSI air pressure system
Note: Read the TM-402 User’s Guide before assembling the TM-402.
Unpack the TM-402 Crate
1.
Move the Crate to the Work Area. Use a fork lift to move the TM-402 crate to the prepared work area. Ensure the fork is centered under the crate before lifting.
Note: Use a forklift with a minimum load capacity of 300 pounds (136 kg) and a fork
length that is a minimum of 40 inches (102 cm) so the fork fully extends beyond the crate
on the other side. The forklift should only be operated by a licensed/certified operator.
2,
Unpack the Crate.
a. Remove the top and sides from the TM-402 crate. Set aside.
b. The TM-402 is shipped partially disassembled, with the Bowl Feeder, Take-up Arm
and Carrier Tape/Feed Arm detached and wrapped in bubble wrap. Remove the smaller
items one at a time from the crate and place on a flat, stable surface for assembly.
c. Remove and discard the protective wrapping from each part.
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Remove the TM-402 from the Crate.
a. The TM-402 is bolted to the bottom of the crate for shipping. Reach below the crate to
unfasten the bolts.
Note: If the optional 80/20 Frame was purchased, follow the assembly instructions in the
80/20 Frame Exploded Views document which can be found in the Exploded Views section at the end of this manual before proceeding.
b. Moving the TM-402 Base Machine. The machine may be manually lifted from the
crate. The base machine weighs 265 lb. (120 Kg) so the task will require four people.
Lift Points
Position one person at each corner of the machine using the lift points illustrated above to
safely distribute the machine’s weight. Lift the machine from the crate and place it onto
the prepared work table/bench.
4.
Position the TM-402 in the work area so there is at least 3 feet of clearance on all sides.
(See the Preparing the Work Area section earlier in this chapter for details.)
5.
The TM-402 is shipped with zip ties securing the pick head, the 2D Camera and any
mobile portions of the machine. Cut and remove all zip ties.
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Re-assemble the TM-402
1.
Position the Tower Light
Lift Tower Light, snapping it in place in an upright position perpendicular to the TM-402..
2.
Connecting the Carrier Tape Arm
a. Remove the black knob from the right side of the Track Support Bracket.
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b. The Carrier Tape Arm has a dowel pin which locks into position holes on the Track
Support Bracket. Slide the Carrier Tape Arm onto the threaded rod, engage the dowel pin
into the desired position, and secure it into place with the black knob.
Knob
Position Holes
4.
Positioning the Take-up Arm
a. The Take-up Arm has a dowel pin which
locks into position holes on the Track Support Bracket. Loosen the black knob on the
back of the Take-up Arm and position it at
about a 45 degree angle from the baseplate
assembly. Engage the dowel pin into the
desired position and secure it into place with
the black knob..
b. Plug the electrical connector into the
take-up motor receptacle.
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Connect the Air Supply..
a. Attach the air supply line to the air regulator, then connect it to the air supply.
b. Set the regulator to 85 psi, if necessary. It
can be adjusted by lifting the adjustment knob
and turning it. Once it reads 85 psi, push the
knob back in to lock it into place.
NOTE: It is recommended that the air hose be
routed overhead or underground. If it must be
routed over the floor, cover the hose with rubber ramps.
6.
Connect
Air Line
Here
Inspect the TM-402.
a. Inspect the fully assembled TM-402, verifying that all twist ties have been removed
and all cables are secure.
b. Connect the power cord to the power
receptacle on the back of the TM-402, then
connect the other end to a 240 Volt single
phase power supply
Note: It is recommended that the power cord
be routed overhead or underground. If it must
be routed over the floor, cover the cords with
rubber ramps.
Protective earth grounding of the TM-402 is included in the manufacture of the TM-402 at
V-TEK. The TM-402 is fully tested before shipping. No further grounding or testing is
required during re-assembly and installation.
The TM-402 is ready to power up. Follow the instructions in Chapter 3: Machine Setup to setup
the machine for operation.
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Contents
Front View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Right Side View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Left Side View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Back View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controls, Connections & Labeling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Taper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pick & Place Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bowl Feeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2D Vision System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-8
2-10
2-11
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E
G
H
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C
B
D
M
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F
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A. Take-up Arm
B. Air Regulator
C. Idler Wheel
D. Drive Sprocket
E. Cover Tape Arm
F. Heat/PSA Sealer
G. Sensor Amplifiers
Front View
H. Vision System
I. Taper Track
J. Pick & Place Head Assembly & Bridge
K. Touch Screen HMI
L. Tower Light
M. Air Pressure Gauge & Control
N. Carrier Tape Arm
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Right Side View
A
B
C
E
D
F
G
A. Tower Light
B. Pick & Place Head Enclosure
C. Carrier Tape Arm
D. Carrier Tape Arm Adjustment Knob
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F. Bowl Feeder
G. Main Power Switch
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Left Side View
I
H
A
B
B
B
J
G
C
E
F
D
K
L
A. Pick & Place Head Assembly
B. Enclosure Doors (3)
C. Bowl Feeder
D. Air Regulator
E. Take-up Motor Connection
F. Take-up Arm Adjustment Knob
Left Side View
G. Take-up Arm
H. Cover Tape Arm
I. Tower Light
J. Heat/PSA Sealer
K. Reset Button
L. Emergency Stop Switch
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Back View
F
J
A
H
E
S
K
B
L
G
I
M
R
C
Q
D
A. Carrier Tape Arm
B. Carrier Arm Adjustment Knob
C. Main Power Switch
D. Fuse Holders (Bowl application only)
E. Pick Head Enclosure
F. Tower Light
G. Pick & Place Head Assembly
H. 2D Vision System
I. Taper Assembly
J. Cover Tape Arm
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K. Pick Head Jog Buttons
L. Heat/PSA Sealer
M. Bowl Feeder
N. Amplitude Adjustment Knobs
O. Ethernet Connection
P. Keyence Monitor Connection
Q. Bowl Feeder Power Connection
R. Air Pressure Regulator
S. Take-up Arm
T. Power Receptacle
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Controls, Connections & Labeling
Reset Button
The TM-402’s blue Reset Button is located on the left side of the machine
below the Take-up Arm. (pictured below)
Emergency Stop Switch
The Emergency Stop Switch is located on the left side of the machine below
the blue Reset Button. (pictured above)
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Main Power Switch
The Main Power Switch is located on the right side of the machine behind the
Carrier Tape Arm on the lower sheet metal enclosure.
Serial Plate
This is an example of the Serial Plate which is
permanently affixed to the back of the TM402. It includes basic machine information
such as machine weight, power usage and
short circuit rating. The Serial Plate also documents machine specific information such as
the machine’s model name, date of manufacture and unique serial number
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The Taper
G
F
E
A
H
N
I
D
L
J
B
C
M
K
A. Take-up Arm
B. Take-up Guide
C. Drive Sprocket
D. Idler Wheel
E. Sealer Controls & Pressure Gauge
F. Cover Tape Reel
G. Low Cover Sensor
H. Sensor Amplifiers
I. Cover Tape Guide
J. Heat/PSA Sealer
K. Tape Jam Sensor
L. Adjustable Width Track
M. Carrier Tape Guide
N. Carrier Tape Arm
Taper Controls
A
D
C
B
E
A. Pick Head Jog Buttons
B. Take-up Tension Control
C. Sealer Air Pressure Control
D. Sealer Air Pressure Gauge
E. Inside Seal Position Lock/Adjust
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Taper: Sealer
C
D
L
H
A
J
K
B
G
I
E
K
F
A. Idler Wheel
B. Drive Sprocket
C. Outer Seal Lock
D. Outer Seal Adjuster
E. Inner Seal Lock
F. Inner Seal Adjust
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H. PSA Pressure Wheels
I. PSA Pressure Adjustment Screws
J. Cover Tape Guide
K. Tape Jam Sensors
L. Cover Tape Width Adjusters
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Pick & Place Assembly
Pick & Place Head
C
B
E
D
A
A. Nozzle
B. Nozzle Vacuum Sensor
C. Nozzle Vacuum Filter
D. Pick Actuator Adjustment Screw
E. Place Actuator Adjustment Screw
Pick & Place Controls
A
B
A. Blow-off Air Pressure Gauge & Control
Pick & Place Assembly
B. Nozzle Vacuum Sensor
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Bowl Feeder
A
D
B
C
A. Bowl
B. Linear Track
C. Nest
D. Part Present Sensors
E. Amplifiers
F. Bowl Connections
E
F
Note: The Bowl Feeder Assembly’s appearance may vary, depending on the part size
which will be processed and the bowl size which was ordered.
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2D Vision System
The Keyence IV Vision system consists of the following components shown below.
B
A
C
A. Adjustable Mounting Bracket
B. Position Adjustment Knobs
C. Power & I/O Connector
D. Ethernet Connector
E. M12 Ethernet Cable (not shown)
F. Status LED
G. Ethernet Traffic Indicator
H. Keyence IV-G Camera
I. Lens Cover/Focus Ring
Note: For advanced Vision configuration, a computer is required. This can be provided by
the user or purchased as an option from V-TEK, Inc. System requirements for the vision
computer follow:
• Operating system: Microsoft® Windows 7TM (32 or 64 bit)
• 128 MB RAM
• 1024 x 768 (96 DPI) or 1280 x 1024 (120 DPI display
• Ethernet port
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Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
Touch Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
HMI Tabs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
Job Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
Job Wizard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Taper Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-17
Camera Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-18
Sealer Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
Head Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-21
Bowl Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-25
Run Tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-27
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Introduction
This chapter gives an overview of the TM-402 Human Machine Interface (HMI), defining the buttons, screens and setting options that allow the operator to customize the TM-402’s performance
to their taping needs.
Note: Proceed to Chapter 4: Setup for instructions on how to configure the HMI and to
Chapter 5: Operation for instructions on how to run a job
Touch Screen
The user interacts with the TM-402 through a touch screen HMI which is located on the front of
the machine below the taper. Touching the HMI screen has the same effect as a left click with the
mouse. Although only lightly touching the buttons or data fields is necessary for activation, the
action is referred to as “pressing” in this manual.
Note: Use care when operating the touch screen and do not use any objects other than a
finger to touch the screen. A stylus can also be used to click the various buttons.
HMI Tabs
When the TM-402 is powered on, the user interface opens to the Job Tab. The Job
Tab is pictured above as it appears when the motors have been homed.
There are five tabs on the TM-402 HMI: Job, Taper, Head, Tray and Run. These
tabs allow the user to configure pick head, taper, Tray Feeder and job settings and to
run jobs.
The Tab Menu (pictured on the right) is located on the left side of all screens. To
navigate between tabs, press the desired tab name on the Tab Menu and the
selected tab will open.
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The active tab button is shaded grey. In the example on the right, the Job Tab is selected.
Each tab contains a variety of toggle buttons and open fields. Press
any field to open a numeric or alpha-numeric keypad and enter the
appropriate information.
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Job Tab
When the TM-402 is initially powered up, the HMI will open to the Job Tab with a red Home
Required button at the top of the Tab Menu and the other tab buttons grayed out.
Homing motors should be done following every system power up or emergency stop. Press
Home Required to open the Homing Status window.
Press the Home All Motors button to begin the homing sequence. Homing progress is displayed
in the Pick Axis Motor Status Bar.
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As the homing sequence is completed, the bar gradually turns from black to green. A Homing
Succeeded! message appears at the end of the sequence.
If a problem arises during homing of the motor, the status bar will turn red and a Homing Failed
message will appear.
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Pressing the Left Arrow button in the Homing Screen will open the Run Tab.
Select the Job Tab from the Tab Menu to navigate back to the Job Tab.
Job Tab Overview
The Job Tab allows the user to select a pre-programmed job, change job information and move
to the other tab screens. It also features an easy-to-use Job Wizard which leads the user through
the job set-up process. The Job Tab is pictured below.
A
B
C
D
A.
Job Tab
Press any tab in the Tab Menu to open that tab window.
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B.
The Job Library holds up to fifty saved jobs (Job 1 through Job 50). The Up and
Down Arrows buttons to the right of the Job Library are used to move through the
job list one job at a time. The Page Up and Page Down Arrows buttons to the left
of the Job Library are used to move through the job list five jobs at a time. The
Enter button selects and highlights a job from the Job Library list so it can be
opened or saved.
C.
The Job Information section has two open fields for entering job information: Job
Quantity and Job Description. Press the field to open a keypad for data entry. The
maximum number of characters for any field is 20.
D.
At the bottom of the Job Tab there are three control buttons:
• The Open button opens the currently selected job.
• The Save button is used to save current job settings for future use.
• The Job Wizard button opens the Job Wizard, allowing the user to configure job
settings.
Job Wizard
Pressing the Job Wizard button in the Job Tab opens the Job Wizard.
The Job Wizard has 13 screens that lead the user through the job set-up process. Instructions at
the top of each Job Wizard screen explain each step. The Arrow buttons on the bottom of the
window move the user forward and backwards through the process. Pressing the right Arrow
button opens the next Job Wizard screen. Pressing the left Arrow opens the previous screen.
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In the first Job Wizard screen the user resets the job to initialize the system. Press Reset
Job, then press the right Arrow key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
Job Wizard Step 1
Arrow Buttons
2.
In the second Job Wizard screen the user enters the Quantity of parts that will be run and
a brief Description of the job. When the job parameters are set, press the right Arrow
key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
Job Wizard Step 2
Arrow Buttons
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The third Job Wizard step sets up Taper operation.
Job Wizard Step 3
A
B
C
D
D
A.
Tape Pitch is determined by the carrier tape
selected. Use the Pitch Setting Guide on the taper to
determine the correct pitch. Press the Tape Pitch
field to open a keypad and type in the desired value.
B.
The Continuous Advance button advances the
tape through the Taper. It will continue to advance
until Continuous Advance is pressed a second time.
C.
Seal Type toggles between PSA and Heat seal, select correct seal type.
D.
The Set Point fields are only active when Heat Seal is selected. These fields are
used to set the desired temperature for the Inner and Outer Sealer. Enter the correct value in both fields, then press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job
Wizard screen.
Note: The TM-402 accommodates a wide range of carrier tapes and cover tapes. Settings may vary from one tape product to another. The recommended starting point is 90°
C. The maximum recommended operating temperature is 160° C. The temperature for
each seal shoe should be increased or decreased as needed after running a peel force
test.
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The fourth Job Wizard screen enables or disables the tape Leader..
Job Wizard Step 4
A
B
5.
A.
Leader State toggles between ON ( I ) or OFF (O).
B.
When the Leader State is set to ON, pressing the Leader Length field will open a
keypad. Type in the desired value, then press the right Arrow Key to move to the
next Job Wizard screen.
The next six Job Wizard screens are used to set the Nozzle positions at the Pick and
Place locations. The first is shown below.
Job Wizard Step 5
A
B
C
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A.
Press the Jog buttons to move the Pick Head to the Bowl Feeder, centering it over
the Linear Track’s Nest in the pick position.
B.
Adjust the Jog Step in the Head Jog Step field, if necessary.
C.
Once the Pick Head is centered over the pick position, press Learn. The current
Nozzle position will be saved as the pick position for the current job and the
Learned Position will update to match the Current Position on the screen.
Press the right arrow key to move to the next screen.
Job Wizard Step 6
A
A.
B
Press Pick Extend to lower the Nozzle to the Nest. The button will change to Pick
Retract.
Note: Follow the directions in Chapter 4: Setup for manually adjusting the Pick Actuator
to set the correct Nozzle Height.
B.
Press Rotate to turn the nozzle and make the set screw accessible for nozzle
height adjustments. The button will change to Release.
C.
Once the nozzle height has been set, press Pick Retract to raise the Nozzle to its
original height. Press Rotate to return the part to it’s original orientation. Index the
Nozzle until it is once again at the origin position.
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Press the right arrow key to move to the next screen.
Job Wizard Step 7
A
B
A.
Press Pick Part to pick a part from the nest.
B.
If no rotation is required for part picking, skip this step. If part rotation is required
for picking, press Rotate Part to rotate the Nozzle 90°.
Note: Follow the directions in Chapter 4: Setup for manually adjusting the Solenoid to set
Pick Head Rotation.
11.
Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
Job Wizard Step 8
A
B
C
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The Arrow keys allow the user to jog the Pick Head and Carrier Tape forward or
backward in small preset increments. This is useful for centering the Nozzle in the
pick and place positions.
The Up/Down Arrow keys move the Pick Head forward and backward.
The Left/Right Arrow keys move the tape left and right in the Taper Track.
12.
B.
Enter the value in millimeters for the Head Jog Step and Taper Jog Step fields.
C.
Pressing Set Place Position saves the current Nozzle position as the Place position for the current job and the Learned Position will update to match the Current
Position on the screen. In the bottom right corner of the screen the right Arrow
key will appear.
Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen..
Job Wizard Step 9
A
A.
Press Place Extend to lower the Nozzle to the Carrier Tape Pocket.
Note: The Place Extend button toggles between Place Extend and Place
Retract. Once Place Extend has been pressed, the button will change to
Place Retract.
Follow the directions in Chapter 4: Setup for manually adjusting the place Actuator
to set the correct Nozzle Height at the Place position.
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Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
Job Wizard Step 10
A
A.
Enter the placement angle which was manually set in Step 10. The options are 0,
-90 and +90.
In the photo below, a part is shown at the pick position as viewed from the front of
the machine.
Rotation Options
-90
0
+90
• If rotation is set at 0, the part will be placed in the same orientation as it was
picked.
• If rotation is set at -90, the part will be rotated 90 degrees clockwise prior to
placement.
• If rotation is set at +90, the part will be rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise
prior to placement.
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Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
Job Wizard Step 11
15.
A.
Test the job settings, using the Pick Part and Place Part buttons to pick and place
parts.
B.
If adjustment are required, use the left Arrow key to return to the desired step and
adjust settings until the TM-402 picks and places parts as desired.
Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
Job Wizard Step 12
A
B
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B.
16.
If the camera is enabled, enter the number of pockets between the Place point
and the Inspection point in the Parts Until Inspection field. Begin the count with
the Place position as zero so the Place pocket is not included in the count.
Press the right Arrow Key to move to the final Job Wizard screen.
Job Wizard Step 13
A
B
A.
C
Browse through the Job Library using the Up/Down Arrow keys to move up or
down through the list. To select a Job Name from the list, press the Enter key.
Note: The Save function will overwrite the information stored for the currently selected
job. Therefore, it is important to select the desired job prior to pressing the Save button.
B.
Press the Save button to save job settings to the selected job name.
C.
Press Finish to close the Job Wizard and return to the Job Tab.
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Taper Tab
The Taper Tab allows the user to adjust taper settings by leading them through four Taper Setup
screens.
1.
The first screen of the Taper Tab is shown below.
Taper Screen 1
A
B
C
A.
Press any tab in the Tab Menu to open that tab window.
B.
Tape Speed is a percentage of the maximum velocity the carrier tape can be
advanced at. It can be set between 1-10.
Tape Pitch is determined by the carrier
tape selected. Use the Pitch Setting Guide
on the taper to determine the correct pitch.
Jog Step sets the distance in millimeters
the carrier tape will move forward or backward each time a Jog button is pressed.
Note: The Jog Step field requires the value to be
entered in the following format: XX.XX. (i.e. 60.00).
C.
The Jog buttons in the Index Settings section jog the tape forward or backward
along the Taper Track.
The Pocket Advance button advances the tape one pocket at a time. The speed
at which the tape advances is set in the Tape Speed field.
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The Continuous Advance button advances the tape through the Taper and onto
the take-up reel. It will continue to advance until Continuous Advance is pressed
a second time.
Note: Continuous Advance is useful for creating a trailer or loading tape at the beginning of a job.
2.
Pressing the right Arrow button opens the next Taper Setup screen which focuses on
Vision Setup.
Taper Screen 2
A
B
A.
The Camera State button toggles between ON ( I ) or OFF (O).
The Parts Until Inspection value is the number of pockets between the Place
point and the Inspection point. Begin the count at the Place position at zero, so
the Place position is not included.
B.
Pressing the Trigger button triggers the 2D Camera to inspect the part which is
currently at the Inspection point. The box to the right of the Trigger button will display a green PASS message or a red FAIL message.
Note: For more detailed inspection configuration and procedures, see the Cognex
Checker User’s Guide which was included with the TM-402.
Pressing the right Arrow button opens the next Taper Setup screen.
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The third Taper Setup screen focuses on Sealer Settings. It will vary in appearance
depending on the type of sealer selected. In the example below, the selected Seal Type is
Heat.
Taper Screen 3
A
A.
B
The Seal Type button toggles between Heat seal and PSA seal.
The Dwell Time field is only active when heat seal is enabled. Dwell time refers to
the amount of time that the Heat Seal Shoes are in contact with the Cover Tape.
Enter the desired dwell time in milliseconds in this field.
The Manual Seal button activates the sealer to perform one seal.
B.
The Set Point field allows the user to select the Heat Sealer set point, or target
temperature. Press the field to open the keypad, then enter the desired temperature in degrees Celsius.
The Measured field shows the current Heat Sealer temperature in degrees Celsius.
Note: The TM-402 accommodates a wide range of carrier tapes and cover tapes. Settings may vary from one tape product to another. The recommended starting point is 90°
C. The maximum recommended operating temperature is 160° C. The temperature for
each seal shoe should be increased or decreased as needed after running a peel force
test.
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Pressing the right Arrow button in the third Taper Setup screens opens the final Taper
Setup screen. The fourth Taper Setup screen focuses on Leader and Sensor settings.
Taper Screen 4
A
B
A.
The Tape Jam Sensor ON ( I ) or OFF (O) button turns the Tape Jam Sensor on
and off. The Tape Jam Sensor registers a tape jam whenever something protrudes above the top of the carrier tape pocket. This might be caused by a misplaced part, a pocket that has been loaded with two parts or by a buckle in the
tape.
When the Tape Jam Sensor is activated, the job that is being run is paused and
an error message appears on the HMI screen. The recommended setting for the
Tape Jam Sensor is ON.
The Low Cover Sensor ON ( I ) or OFF (O) button turns the Low Cover Tape Sensor on and off. The Low Cover Tape Sensor detects when the cover tape reel is
running low. When the Low Cover Tape Sensor is activated, an error message
appears on the HMI screen. The recommended setting for the Low Cover Tape
Sensor is ON.
Note: The Low Cover error message is only displayed once during a job.
B.
When Leader State is enabled, the TM-402 will create a leader of the specified
length at the end of the job.
The Leader Length field is only active when Leader State is enabled. Enter the
desired leader length in millimeters in the field.
Note: The TM-402 will use these settings for the current job. To save Taper Settings for
future jobs, go to the Job Tab, select a job name and Save. If settings are not saved, all
data is lost when the TM-402 is powered off.
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Head Tab
The three Head Setup Tab screens allow the user to set pick and place head positions, head
speed, and blow off time. There are also buttons that allow the user to manually pick, place and
rotate parts.
1.
Head Screen 1 is used to position the head.
Head Screen 1
A
B
A.
Press any tab in the Tab Menu to open that tab window.
B.
The Move To Pick button moves the head to the preset Pick Positions.
The Move To Place button moves the pick head to the preset Place Position.
The Pick Part button moves the head from its current location and picks a part
from the programmed pick location. It then returns the nozzle to its Ready
(retracted) position.
The Place Part button moves the head from its current location and places a part
into the programmed place position.
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Press the right Arrow button to open the second Head Setup screen (shown below).
Head Screen 2
A
B
C
A.
The Set Pick button saves the current position as the pick position.
The Set Place button saves the current position as the place position.
The user can either jog the head to the correct position or click inside the location
field to the left of the Set buttons and manually enter the correct position. Once
the correct position is entered, press the Set Pick/Place Position button to save
it.
If the position has been learned, the status color after the button will appear
green. If not learned, the status color will appear red. In the screen above, both
the Pick Position and the Place Position have not been learned.
B.
The Jog buttons jog the head forward or backward along the X Axis (forward/
backward).
Head Speed is a percentage of the maximum velocity. It can be set between 1-10.
Jog Step is the distance in millimeters that the head will move when Jog is
pressed.
Note: The Jog Step field requires the value to be entered in the following format: XX.XX.
(i.e. 60.00).
C.
Head Tab
The Current Position message show the location of the pick head in relation to
the Home position (when the head is closest to the front of the machine). For
example when the pick head is homed, the current position will be 0.00. This distance is measured in millimeters.
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Press the right Arrow button to open the second Head Setup screen (shown below).
Head Screen 3
A
B
C
A.
The Pick Extend/Pick Retract button actuates the pick solenoid to enable the
operator to set the pick height.
The Rotate Part button rotates the pick head to the preset rotation angle.
The Place Extend/Place Retract button actuates the place solenoid to enable the
operator to set the place height.
B.
The Part Placement Rotation Angle is manually set during machine setup. The
options are 0, -90 and +90.
Rotation Options
-90
0
+90
• If rotation is set at 0, the part will be placed in the same orientation as it was
picked.
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• If rotation is set at -90, the part will be rotated 90 degrees clockwise prior to
placement.
• If rotation is set at +90, the part will be rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise
prior to placement.
Nozzle Blow Off Time is the amount of time in milliseconds that the nozzle will
activate the blow-off pressure to place a part in the Taper.
C.
Press the left Arrow button to return to the second Head Setup screen or press a
button on the Tab Menu to move to a new tab.
Note: The TM-402 will use these settings for the current job. To save Head Settings for
future jobs, go to the Job Tab, select a job name and Save.
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Bowl Tab
The Bowl Setup Tabs allows the user to configure vacuum and vibratory settings for the Bowl
Feeder and Linear Track.
1.
Bowl Screen 1 allows the user to configure Linear Track and Nest settings as desired..
Bowl Screen 1
A
B
C
A.
Press any tab in the Tab Menu to open that tab window.
B.
BOWL SETTINGS
The Linear Vibratory button turns the Linear Track Vibratory ON ( I ) or OFF (O)
to fill the Linear Track.
The Nest Vacuum button turns the Nest Vacuum ON ( I ) or OFF (O).
The Track Vacuum button turns the Linear Track Vacuum ON ( I ) or OFF (O).
The Nest Cover Solenoid button opens the Nest Cover Solenoid and exposes a
part. When the Nest Cover Solenoid is ON ( I ), the cover is open. When it is set to
OFF (O), the cover is closed.
The TM-402 automatically performs the following sequence of steps each time a
part is picked:
• Turn Vibratory ON until parts advance to the Nest. Close Nest Cover (OFF).
• Turn Nest and Track Vacuum ON, then open Nest Cover (ON).
• Turn Nest Vacuum OFF, then pick part.
• Close Nest Cover (OFF), turn Track Vacuum OFF to feed next part into the Nest.
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Bowl Screen 2 allows the user to set timers and delays..
Bowl Screen 2
A
B
C
A.
Press any tab in the Tab Menu to open that tab window.
B.
Bowl On Delay is used to set the length of time in seconds between when the
Track Full Sensor detects that there are no parts in the track and when the bowl is
turned on to feed parts. The minimum recommended setting for Bowl On Delay is
one second.
Bowl Off Delay is used to set the length of time in seconds between when the
Track Full Sensor first detects a part in the nest and when the bowl is automatically turned off.
The Linear Track’s Nest has a sensor which detects when parts are present. The
Empty Nest Timer setting is the time in milliseconds the Empty Nest Timer
should wait before it beeps to indicate parts are not loading in the nest.
Track Off Delay is the time in seconds that the vibratory will continue to vibrate
the track after the machine is stopped.
Note: The TM-402 will use these settings for the current job. To save Bowl Feeder Settings for future jobs, go to the Job Tab, select a job name and Save.
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Run Tab
When Run is selected from the Tab Menu, the Run Tab opens. It includes job information, current job statistics, Status messages and Run control buttons. The Run Screen with all status
messages displayed appears below.
A
B
C
D
E
A.
Press any tab in the Tab Menu to open that tab window.
B.
The Job Information section has two fields: Quantity and Job Description. This
information was entered in the Job Wizard during job setup. The Job Description
field is greyed out, indicating it cannot be altered in this tab. To edit the Quantity
field, press anywhere inside the field to open a keypad for data entry.
C.
There are four control buttons on the Run Tab: Run/Running, Stop/Stopped,
Reset Job, and System Homing.
• The Run and Stop buttons start and stop job processing. They change color to
indicate they are active. In the Run Tab above, the red Stopped button indicates the current job has been stopped.
• The Reset Job button resets all job statistics to zero. This is useful for running
multiple reels of the same job.
When Reset Job is pressed, the following message appears.
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• The System Homing button allows the user to home the motor. Homing motors
should be done once following every system power up. When System Homing is
selected, the Homing Status window will appear.
Pressing the Home All Motors button begins the homing sequence. Homing
progress is displayed in the Pick Axis Motor Status Bar.
As the homing sequence is completed, the bar gradually turns from black to
green. A Homing Succeeded! message appears at the end of the sequence.
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If a problem arises during homing for the motor, the status bar will turn red and a
Homing Error message will appear.
Pressing the Left Arrow button returns the user to the Run Tab.
D.
The Statistics section keeps a running tally of the current job’s Parts Placed, Run
Time, and Parts Per Hour.
E.
Status Messages only appear when conditions exist which require the user’s
attention before the job can be run.
• If the preset quantity of parts has been processed, the End Of Job message will
appear.
• If the Doors are open, the Doors Open message will appear.
• The current software version is displayed in the center of the bottom of the
screen.
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Contents
Quick Start: Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-2
Power Up the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-3
Home Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-4
Load the Bowl Feeder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-5
Nozzle Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-7
Selecting the Correct Nozzle & Nozzle Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Installing Nozzle & Nozzle Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Taper Setup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-9
Load Carrier Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Load Cover Tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Load Take-up Reel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Configure HMI Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-13
Test Seal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-25
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Quick Start: Setup
The following is an outline of the basic steps required to setup the TM-402 for operation.
More detailed instructions follow in the next section of this chapter.
Caution: Users should always wear protective eye wear when operating or maintaining the TM-402.
1.
Power up
• Power up the machine. Press Reset. Close all doors.
2.
Home the motors
• Press Home Required and Home All Motors.
3.
Load the Bowl Feeder
• Load components into the Bowl Feeder.
4.
Install Nozzle
• Ensure correct nozzle size and tip are installed.
5.
Load Taper
• Load carrier tape.
• Load cover tape.
• Place an empty reel on the Take-up Arm.
6.
Configure HMI settings
• Go to the Job Tab and run the Job Wizard to configure job settings.
7.
Test Sealer
• Perform a Seal Test to ensure a good seal, adjust Sealer settings as necessary.
8.
Setup 2D Vision
• Connect
• Setup 2D Vision Inspection.
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Step 1:
Power
Up
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Power Up the System
1.
Power up the machine by turning the Main Power control on the
lower right side of the cabinet to the ON position.
2.
Press the blue Reset Button on the left side of the machine.
There will be a brief popping sound as the Air Dump Valve
releases air to the machine. As the TM-402 powers up the PLC,
Servo Drivers and HMI Monitor will boot up. On top of the
machine, the Tower Light will flash red indicating the machine is
on but not running.
Note: The boot up process takes approximately 2 minutes.
The monitor will display the HMI Job Tab with a red Home Required message at
the top of the Tab Menu.
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Step 2:
Home
Motors
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Home Motors
Note: The TM-402 needs to be homed once after each power up or Emergency
Stop activation. The HMI will prompt the operator to home the motors whenever it
is required. Once the motors have been homed, they remain homed until the
machine is powered down or the E-Stop is activated.
1.
Press the red Home Required button at the top of the Tab Menu.
2.
The TM-402 motor homing sequence begins with the pick head moving slowly to
the right towards the taper (X Axis movement).
When the head has stopped moving, homing is complete.
Home Motors
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Step 3:
Load the
Bowl Feeder
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Load the Bowl Feeder
1.
To prepare the Bowl Feeder for operation, ensure the correct Bowl and Linear
Track are installed for the part which will be run.
2.
Load the Bowl with parts. Do not overfill.
3.
On the HMI, select Bowl from the tab menu on the left to open the Bowl Setup
Tab.
4.
Turn the Linear Vibratory ON ( I ). The Linear Track will turn on and activate the
Bowl and Hopper, feeding parts into the Bowl and Linear Track.
5.
Turn the Nest Vacuum, Track Vacuum and Nest Cover Solenoid ON ( I ) or OFF
(O) as desired.
6.
Adjust the Vibratory Controls for Linear Track and Bowl as needed to suit the
type of component that is being processed. Parts should move fluidly into the track
and on to the nest.
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7.
Click the right Arrow to move to the second Bowl Setup Screen.
8.
Set the desired times in milliseconds for Bowl On Delay, Bowl Off Delay, Empty
Nest Timer and Track Off Delay.
The Bowl Feeder is now ready to operate. Feeder settings will be configured later
in this chapter in the Job Wizard section.
Load the Bowl Feeder
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Step 4:
Nozzle Installation
Nozzle
Installation The TM-402’s is shipped with the following nozzles and nozzle tips:
SELECT
Convum
Quad
SPT
NOZZLE
• (1) Quad Nozzle Shank (Part # 267090)
• (1) Small Precision Tool (SPT) Nozzle Shank (Part # 267091)
• (1) Convum Nozzle Shank (Part # 267008)
• (1) Large Quad Vacuum Cup (Part # 201297)
• (1) Medium Quad Vacuum Cup (Part # 201298)
• (1) Small Quad Vacuum Cup (Part # 201299)
• (1) SPT Vacuum Cup (Part # 201271)
• (1) Convum Vacuum Cup (Part # 201207)
• (2) Nozzle O-Rings (Part # 212025)
Note: Nozzle Tips are available in a wide range of sizes and style. See the Suggested Spare Parts List in the back of this User’s Guide for more details. Contact
V-TEK Service for information on ordering additional Nozzle Tips.
Selecting the Correct Nozzle & Nozzle Tip
To achieve the best picking results, select the largest cup size the part can accommodate. Maximizing the cup size gives the vacuum access to more surface area which
increases its pick-up capability. The goal is to use a nozzle cup that is just slightly smaller
than the part being picked.
The Convum bellows-style cups have a flexible flange that are useful for picking irregular
or heavy parts.
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Step 4:
Installing Nozzle & Nozzle Tip
Nozzle
1. Move the Pick & Place Head to the Place position
Installation
so it is easily accessible from the front. .
INSTALL
NOZZLE
2. Remove the air line from the Nozzle Shank, supporting the Nozzle with one hand while gently pulling the tube off the Nozzle Barb.
3.
Using a 2mm Hex wrench, loosen the set screw
that retains the Nozzle Shaft.
4. Slide the Nozzle Shank down and remove it from
the Pick & Place Assembly. Store the unused
Nozzle Shank and Nozzle Cup in the Spare Parts
Kit.
5. Select the correct Nozzle Shank and Nozzle Cup
for the part that will be run. Press the Nozzle Cup
onto the Nozzle Shaft.
6. Insert the Nozzle Shank into the Actuator Shaft in
the Pick & Place Assembly.
Note: When positioning the Nozzle Shank,
push it all the way up to the Actuator Shaft,
then pull it back slightly (about 1mm) so the
body of the Nozzle Shank doesn’t rub the body
of the Actuator.
7.
Using a 2mm Hex wrench, tighten the set screw to
retain the Nozzle Shaft..
8.
Re-attach the air line to the Nozzle Barb.
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Step 5:
Setup
Taper
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Taper Setup
Loading Tape
The Taper must be loaded with carrier and cover tapes and configured for operation.
Begin by preparing the Taper, then move to the HMI to adjust settings. (Step 7)
Load Carrier Tape
Step 5:
1.
Check that the taper is set at the correct width for the carrier tape. If not, push or
Setup
pull the outer track in or out as needed, sliding it on the Detent Shafts until it is at
Taper
the required width.
CARRIER
TAPE
Detent Shaft
Outer Track
3.
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Once the track is adjusted, use a strip of the carrier tape as a test to determine if
the setting is correct. The carrier tape should slide through freely, but without
excess play back and forth. Tighten the set screws down again to secure the track
into place.
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4.
Mount the bulk carrier tape reel on the spindle, ensuring that there is sufficient tape
for the batch to be run.The carrier tape should roll off to the left, unwinding from the
top so it will feed right side up into the carrier tape channel underneath the Pick
Head Enclosure.
The sprocket holes of the carrier tape are on the inside for tape widths less than
32mm. Tapes wider than 32mm have holes on both sides.
5.
Trim the end of the carrier tape, cutting
between two pockets with a sharp scissors so
the edge is cleanly cut. Cut the edge of the
tape again, cutting through a sprocket hole at
a 45° angle so the tape feeds easily.
6.
Guide the carrier tape under the Carrier Tape
Guide and then feed it through the carrier
tape channel under the taper.
Note: A sharp instrument, such as a pair of
tweezers may aid in guiding the carrier tape
into the loading track.
7.
Continue to guide the carrier tape forward
through the loading track and the sealer until
it reaches the sprocket.
8.
Lift the idler wheel and place the carrier tape
onto the sprocket so that the holes engage
the teeth. Release the idler wheel so that it is
secured in place.
Mechanical Hazard!
Do not attempt to activate the sprocket while tape is being routed
through the sealer. Pinching or entrapment may occur if safety precautions are not observed.
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Step 5:
Setup
Taper
COVER
TAPE
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Load Cover Tape
1.
Remove the Reel Lock mechanism and place a reel of cover tape of the correct
width to match the carrier tape on the cover tape spindle. The tape should unwind
to the right from the bottom of the reel. Ensure that there is sufficient tape for the
batch to be run. The reel should be pushed onto the holder so that it is flush with
the back.
2.
Replace the Reel Lock and position it so the
reel is supported and spins freely on the
spindle with little or no drag.
Note: To remove the Reel Lock mechanism from the cover tape support arm, simply pull the two metal disks apart and slide
the Reel Lock off the spindle.
3.
Check that the cover tape guide width is adjusted correctly for the cover tape that
will be used. Pull the cover tape down and compare it to the current setting
If the guide is set too wide or too narrow, loosen the red knob set screw and pull or
push the guide in and out until it matches the width of the cover tape with only a
slight amount of extra room..
Width Adjustment Knobs
4.
If the cover tape is PSA, attach it to the carrier tape using the adhesive on the
underside of the tape.
If the cover tape is Heat Seal, use blue Permacel tape to attach the cover tape to
the carrier tape just ahead of the cover tape guide.
5.
Thread both the carrier tape and cover tape through the cover tape guide sealer
assembly.
Note: A sharp instrument, such as a pair of tweezers may aid in guiding the cover
tape into the sealer.
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6. Adjust the Cover Tape tension, turning the
Step 5:
Tension Adjustment Knob on the back of the
Setup
Cover Tape Arm clockwise (in) to increase tenTaper
sion. The goal is to tighten the cover tape so
TAKE-UP
there is not excess freedom in the tape when it
is advanced.
Load Take-up Reel
1.
Mount an empty take-up reel on the take-up reel spindle. The width of the reel
must match the width of the carrier tape and its diameter should be large enough
to accommodate the number of components in the taping job.
2.
The Take-up Tension Control is located on the front of the Heat Sealer enclosure
next to the Seal Pressure Gauge & Control. Adjust the take-up tension to a rate
that suits the weight of the parts that are being processed, adjusting it so the takeup motor pulls the sealed tape gently forward.
Mechanical Hazard!
Avoid placing fingers between the carrier tape and the Take-up
Reel when the TM-402 is in operation. Pinching or entrapment
may occur if safety precautions are not observed.
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Step 6:
Setup
HMI
JOB
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Configure HMI Settings
The TM-402’s Job Wizard leads the user through the HMI setup process.
1.
OPEN JOB WIZARD
a. Press the Job Wizard button to open the Job Wizard.
2.
RESET JOB
a. Press Reset Job to initialize system for Job Wizard.
b. Press the right Arrow key to open the next Job Wizard screen.
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3.
ENTER JOB PARAMETERS.
Arrow Buttons
a. Enter Job Quantity
b. Enter Job Description. Press the right Arrow key to open the next Job Wizard
screen.
Step 6:
4.
Setup HMI
TAPER
TAPER SETUP
Enter Pitch, Seal Type and Dwell Time.
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a. Enter the correct tape pitch for the carrier
tape that will be run. If unsure, use the
Pitch Setting Guide on the Taper to
determine the pitch.
b. Select PSA or Heat Seal.
c. If Heat Seal is enabled, enter the desired
temperature in degrees Celsius for both
the Inner and Outer Sealer Temperature
Settings. Allow the heat sealer to reach
its
operating
temperature
before
continuing.
Note: The TM-402 accommodates a wide
range of carrier tapes and cover tapes. Settings may vary from one tape product to
another. The recommended starting point is
90° C. The maximum recommended operating temperature is 160° C. The temperature
for each seal shoe should be increased or
decreased as needed after running a peel
force test.
d. Set the heat shoe Seal Pressure to the
appropriate setting. This setting controls
the amount of force applied when the
sealer shoes drop. The recommended
starting point is 50 psi.
e. Press the Continuous Advance button.
The taping module will begin the advance
of the carrier tape and cover tape through
the sealer. The cover tape will be sealed
onto the carrier tape as it advances.
f.
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Observe whether the sealer’s width is
adjusted correctly for the cover tape. It
should seal just inside the outside edges
of the carrier tape without going off the
edges or over the pockets. If it is not, stop
the taper by pressing the Continuous
Advance button again.
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Step 6:
Setup HMI
TAPER
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The sealer’s inside and outside
seals
are
independently
adjustable. If one of the seals
needs to be moved, loosen the
corresponding position lock and
turn the adjusters.
Position Locks
Turning the wheel counterclockwise will move the guide
towards the operator. Turning it
clockwise will move the guide
closer to the machine. Adjust
the Inner Seal Adjust and the
Outer Seal Adjust to the desired
position, then tighten the
Position Locks to secure them.
Inner Seal Adjust
Outer Seal Adjust
Note: See Chapter 6: Troubleshooting for sealer adjustment tips.
After the initial adjustment, run
the tape out again and observe
whether the cover tape aligns
itself satisfactorily. If it is still
misaligned, continue adjusting
the cover tape guide until it is
aligned properly.
5. CREATE TRAILER (optional)
The term “leader” and “trailer” refer to the lengths of empty carrier tape required at the
beginning (leader) and the end (trailer) of the finished reel of placed parts. Therefore,
when the reel is being taped on the TM-402, the trailer is the first length of empty carrier
tape run before the first part is taped and the leader is the length of empty carrier tape run
after the last part is taped.
a. There are no HMI controls for creating a
Trailer. If a Trailer is desired, simply open
the HMI Taper Tab and press Continuous
Advance at the beginning of the reel and
run out sealed empty pockets until the
desired trailer length is reached.
b. Press the right Arrow key to move to the
next screen and configure leader creation.
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Step 6:
Setup HMI
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ENABLE LEADER.
a. Select Leader State and enter Leader Length in millimeters if enabled.
Note: If Leader is disabled or a leader value of zero is entered, the Taper will
automatically advance the last part until it reaches the cut point. If a leader value
is entered, it will move the last placed part that distance beyond the cut point.
b. Press the right Arrow key to move to the next screen.
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7.
Step 6:
Setup HMI
PICK
HEAD
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PICK HEAD SETUP The next seven Job Wizard screens are used to set the pick
and place positions.
a. Press the Jog buttons or the Jog buttons on top of the Sealer enclosure to
move the Pick Head to the Bowl Feeder, centering it over the Nest in the pick
position.
b. Press Learn. The Learned Position will now match the Current Position and
the Learn button will turn green and update to read Learned.
c. Press the right Arrow to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
A
Configure HMI Settings
B
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Step 6:
Setup HMI
PICK
HEAD
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SET PICK HEIGHT.
a. Open the TM-402 enclosure doors to access the pick head.
b. Press Rotate to turn the nozzle so the set screw is accessible.
c. Use a 2.5mm hex wrench to hold the
Actuator Adjustment Screw in place from
the bottom, while loosening the Jam Nut
on top of the Actuator Adjustment Screw
with an 8mm open ended wrench. Raise
the Nozzle until it is at a safe height so it
will not collide with the current part when
extended.
d. Tighten the Jam Nut.
e
Press the Pick Extend button.
f.
Loosen the Jam Nut on top of the Actuator Adjustment Screw again, then
lower the Nozzle until it is barely touching the part in the Pick Location.
Note: For all Nozzle Tips except the Convum Tips, the pick position should be set
just above the surface of the part with a very small clearance between the nozzle
and the part. Because the Convum Nozzle Tips are flexible, it is all right if the tip is
programmed to touch the part when picking.
g. Tighten the Jam Nut.
h. Press Pick Retract to retract the Nozzle to a safe height.
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i.
Press Rotate to return the Nozzle to its original orientation.
j.
Press the right Arrow to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
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9.
Step 6:
Setup HMI
PICK
HEAD
Nozzle Setup: Manual Rotation
a. Place a part in the pick position. Press Pick Part to activate the Pick Head
and pick a part from the pick location.
b. If the part needs to be rotated before it is placed in tape, press Rotate Part.
This will rotate it +90°. If no rotation is required for part placement, skip this
step.
c. Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
10.
Set Place Position
a. Use the Arrow keys to position the Pick Head and Carrier Tape so the Nozzle
is centered over the carrier tape placement position. The Up/Down Arrow
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HEAD
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keys move the Pick Head forward and backward. The Left/Right Arrow keys
move the tape left and right in the Taper Track.
b. When the Nozzle is centered over the tape pocket, press Set Place Position
to set the position.
c. Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
11.
Set Place Nozzle Height The Pick Head’s Z Axis (up/down) position needs to be
set at the Place position..
a. To manually set the Place Actuator to
the correct nozzle height, press Place
Extend
b. Use a 2.5mm hex wrench to hold the
Actuator Adjustment Screw in place
from the bottom, while loosening the
Jam Nut on top of the Actuator
Adjustment Screw with an 8mm open
ended wrench. Lower the Nozzle until
the part is barely touching the top of
the pocket in the Place Location.
c. Tighten the Jam Nut.
d. Press Place Retract to retract the
Nozzle to a safe height.
e. Press the right Arrow Key to move to
the next Job Wizard screen.
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12.
Step 6:
Setup HMI
PICK
HEAD
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Set Rotation Angle
a. Press the Placement Rotation Angle field to toggle through the rotation
options. The options are 0, -90 and +90. Select the correct placement angle.
• If rotation is set at 0,
the part will be placed
in the same orientation
as it was picked.
Rotation Options
• If rotation is set at -90,
the part will be rotated
90 degrees clockwise
prior to placement.
• If rotation is set at +90,
the part will be rotated
90 degrees counterclockwise
prior
to
placement.
-90
0
+90
b. Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next Job Wizard screen.
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13.
Step 6:
Setup HMI
VERIFY
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Verify Job Settings
Test the job settings, using the Pick Part and Place Part buttons to pick and
place parts. If adjustment are required, use the left Arrow key to return to the
desired step and adjust settings. Press the right Arrow Key to move to the next
Job Wizard screen.
Note: Manually placed parts will be counted in the current job.
Step 6:
14.
Setup HMI
VISION
Vision Settings
a. Set Camera State to ON ( I ) or OFF (O).
b. If camera is enabled, enter number of Parts Until Inspection (do not include
part at Pick point.). Press the right Arrow Key to move to the final Job Wizard
screen
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15.
Step 6:
Setup HMI
SAVE
SETTINGS
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Save Job Settings
a. Browse through the Job Library using the Up/Down Arrow keys to move up or
down through the list. To select a Job Name from the list, press the Enter key.
Note: The Save function will overwrite the information stored for the currently
selected job. Therefore, it is important to select the desired job prior to pressing
the Save button.
b. Press the Save button to save job settings to the selected job name, then
press Finish to close the Job Wizard and return to the main Job Tab..
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Step 7:
Seal Test
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Test Seal
Perform a Seal Test to ensure a good seal. Adjust Sealer settings in the HMI Taper tab as
necessary.
1.
Run the tape through the taping module by pressing the Continuous Advance
button in the HMI Taper Tab.
2.
As the seal is occurring, watch the alignment of the cover tape with the carrier
tape. The cover tape should run exactly in the groove of the cover tape guide and
the seal should appear as a solid, consistent line. If the seal width is incorrect, stop
the Taper by pressing the Continuous Advance button again.
3.
Adjust the seal positions as necessary. The sealer’s inside and outside seals are
independently adjustable. If one of the seals needs to be moved, loosen the
corresponding position lock and turn the adjusters.
Inner Seal Adjust
Position Lock
Outer Seal Adjust
Position Lock
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Turning the wheel counter-clockwise will move the guide towards the operator.
Turning it clockwise will move the guide closer to the machine. Adjust the Inner
Seal Adjust and the Outer Seal Adjust to the desired position, then tighten the
Position Locks to secure them.
4.
Perform a Seal Test.
The V-TEK PT-55 Peel Force Tester
is pictured on the right. (Sold
separately.)
Proceed to Chapter 5: Vision Setup to configure the Vision System for operation.
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Contents
Quick Start: Vision Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-2
Connect Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-3
Setup HMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Connect Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Connect Keyence Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-9
Configure Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-10
Configure Computer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
Configure Keyence Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-28
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Quick Start: Vision Setup
The following is an outline of the basic steps required to configure inspection on the TM402. More detailed instructions follow in the next section of this chapter.
1.
Load Vision Software (user supplied computer only)
2.
Connect Vision Computer/Monitor to Camera
3.
Configure Inspection
If the optional laptop was purchased for vision configuration VTEK, Inc. recommends users create a computer Recovery
Disk prior to operation and conduct periodic back-ups as
needed. Visit the computer manufacturer’s website for instructions on creating a recovery disk.
V-TEK, Inc. does not create or maintain recovery information for
this laptop. Creating a recovery disk is solely the users’
responsibility.
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Step 1:
Vision
Setup
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Connect Vision
Note: The TM-402 vision system can be run with a computer or a Keyence IV-G
Monitor. These options are not included with the TM-402. They can be purchased
separately from V-TEK, Inc. or the user may provide their own computer.
CONNECT
System requirements for the vision computer follow:
• Operating system: Microsoft® Windows XPTM (32 bit), Windows VistaTM (32bit),
or Windows 7TM (32 or 64 bit)
• 128 MB RAM
• 1024 x 768 (96 DPI) or 1280 x 1024 (120 DPI display
• Ethernet port
If vision is enabled for a job, the vision computer/monitor must be connected to the Keyence IV-G Camera and the camera must be trained to inspect the part before the job can
be run.
Setup HMI
Follow the steps below to enable Vision Inspection on the TM-402.
1.
On the TM-402 HMI, open the Taper Tab. Press the right Arrow button to advance
to the second Taper screen. Ensure the Camera State is set to ON ( I )
2.
Using the M12 ethernet cable which was provided with the TM-402 system,
connect the vision computer to the Keyence camera.
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If the optional laptop was purchased for vision configuration VTEK, Inc. recommends users create a computer Recovery
Disk prior to operation and conduct periodic back-ups as
needed. Visit the computer manufacturer’s website for instructions on creating a recovery disk.
CONNECT
V-TEK, Inc. does not create or maintain recovery information for
this laptop. Creating a recovery disk is solely the users’
responsibility.
3.
Turn the computer on, then insert the Keyence IV-G software CD. When the
software installation screen appears, follow the prompts to install the Keyence
software.
Note: Keyence IV-G Software is automatically installed if using the optional V-TEK
laptop or Keyence IV-G Monitor. If using one of these options, skip this step and
proceed to Configure Inspection.
4.
On the TM-402 HMI, select the Taper Tab, then press the Right Arrow key to
advance to the second Taper screen.
5.
Ensure the Camera State is ON ( I ). Ensure the Parts Until Inspection field is
correct.
Note: The Parts Until Inspection value is the number of pockets between the
Place point and the Inspection point. Begin the count at the Place position at zero,
so the Place position is not included.
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Connect Computer
Follow the steps below to connect the Keyence IV-G Camera to the vision computer.
(Proceed to the next section if using the Keyence Monitor instead of a computer.)
1.
Open the Control Panel, then select Network and Sharing Center. In the Connect
or Disconnect section, click Local Area Connection.
2.
The Local Area Connection Status window will open. Click Properties.
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Double click Internet Protocol version4 (TCP/IPv4)
4.
Ensure Obtain an IP address automatically is selected. Click OK.
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5.
To select a stored inspection or configure a new inspection, open
the Keyence Inspection System software by double-clicking on
the IV Navigator icon on the desktop.
6.
Select Direct Connection.
7.
The following pop-up will appear. Press Connect.
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A Connecting to Sensor status window will open.
CONNECT
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8.
Connect Vision
Once the connection is complete, the Run/Program window will open.
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MONITOR
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Connect Keyence Monitor
Follow the steps below to connect the Keyence IV-G Camera to the Keyence Monitor.
(See previous section if using the Keyence computer.)
1.
Connect the Monitor's Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the back of the TM402 (A).
A
B
2.
Connect the Monitor's power cable to the power connection on the back of the TM402 (B).
3.
Turn the TM-402 ON. The Keyence Monitor will automatically start and open the
Keyence software program.
4.
Select Direct Connection, then press Connect to establish a connection between
the Keyence Monitor and the Keyence Camera.
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Configure Inspection
Note: Significant portions of this documentation were provided by: Keyence Corporation of America. In order to use the Keyence IV Vision System, the camera
must be configured and set to Run Mode in the Keyence HMI as well as being
enabled on the TM-402 HMI. Please complete the following instructions to correctly configure the vision system.
Configure Computer
1.
Once the connection is complete, the Run/Program window will open. Select
Program.
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2.
Click Trigger ON, then center a part under the camera.
3.
Select or create a program from the Program drop-down menu. A yellow Selection
Box will appear over the part image.
4.
Click NAVI Sensor Setup.
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5.
The Image Optimization window will open.
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Select the Trigger Options button on the right.
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Adjust Trigger Options to External Trigger with a 0ms Trigger Delay.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
6.
Select the Brightness Adjustment button on the right
Set the Imaging Mode to High Gain, then click the Automatic Brightness
Adjustment button. Adjust the Exposure Time as needed to achieve the best
contrast between the laser mark and the part.
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7.
Select the Focus Adjustment button on the right.
Click the Automatic Focus Adjustment button. One or more yellow dots may
appear above the Undo button, representing the best focus point(s). Click on the
yellow dot(s) to jump to the associated focus point and select the best one. Adjust
Focus Position as needed using the plus/minus buttons.
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COMPUTER
8.
Select the Extended Functions button on the right.
Click on the Imaging Area tab (not shown) and adjust the selection box so it
captures the minimum area needed to achieve the desired inspection.
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COMPUTER
Click on the Lighting tab and select ON and Flash. Then click the Next to STEP2
button which is located in the bottom right corner of the window.
9.
The Save Master window will open.
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Select Register Live image as master.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
Select Register the image.
Once the image has been registered, click OK. Then click Next to STEP3.
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The Tool Settings window will open.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
Select Add Tool.
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Select the Outline tool, then click OK.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
A green outline will now appear around the selected mark. Click OK.
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The Tool Settings Options will now appear as below.
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Adjust the yellow Selection Box so it surrounds the selected mark.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
In the Fine Tune Outline section, click the Remove Outline button.
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The Eraser Settings window will open.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
The Eraser appears as a white square on the image. Adjust eraser size as needed,
then click and drag it over any unwanted data that is outlined in green on the
image.
Reduce Eraser size to remove any smaller green spots of unnecessary data. Click
OK to finalize edit.
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CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
Click Live Adjustment and the sensor will continuously take measurements.
Adjust the threshold to yield the highest difference between good and bad parts,
then click OK.
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The Output Assignment window will open. Set up the Outputs as shown below.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
• Set OUT1 to Total Status.
• Set OUT2 to Tot.StatusNG.
•Set all remaining output to OFF.
•Set Trigger Error Output to Disable.
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12.
Click Complete to return to the Run/Program window. Select Run.
13.
Click the Manual Trigger button which is located under the Program button to test
the inspection criteria.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
The test results will appear on the right side of the window.
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A Statistics Graph of all test results will appear in the lower right corner.
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COMPUTER
14.
On the TM-402 HMI, open the Taper Tab. Press the right Arrow button to advance
to the second Taper screen.
Press Trigger to manually trigger an inspection of the part under the camera. The
green PASS message should appear. Test several good parts to ensure TM-402
correctly and consistently passes good parts.
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Next trigger inspections with parts which are incorrectly oriented, badly marked or
with an empty pocket to ensure that they generate a red FAIL message.
CONFIGURE
COMPUTER
The TM-402 is now ready for operation. Select the Run Tab to run the job.
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Monitor Display: Menu OFF
1.
Title: Displays the device name, the program number and the program name.
2.
Tool name: Displays the tool number and the tool name of the tool selected. The
selected tool can be switched.
3.
Brightness correction range: When Brightness correction is set, the range will
be displayed with a blue frame.
4.
Tool window: Displays the tool window which has been set.
5.
Search Window: If the search window of the tool is set, the range will be displayed
with a light blue frame.
6.
MENU/OFF button: Changes the screen from Menu ON to Menu OFF.
7.
Status gauge: Displays the result (OK/NG) of the tool selected.
9.
OK/NG display: Displays the total status result.
10.
Processing time: Displays the time from receiving a trigger until the result is
output.
11.
Image Type display: Displays the situation of the screen. Run mode or Test
mode.
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Monitor Display: Menu ON
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MONITOR
1.
Title: Displays the device name, the program number and the program name.
2.
Tool name: Displays the tool number and the tool name of the tool selected. The
selected tool can be switched.
3.
Brightness correction range: When Brightness correction is set, the range will
be displayed with a blue frame.
4.
Tool window: Displays the tool window which has been set.
5.
Search Window: If the search window of the tool is set, the range is displayed with
a light blue frame.
7.
MENU/OFF button: Changes the screen from Menu ON to Menu OFF.
8.
Status gauge: Displays the result (OK/NG) of the tool selected.
9.
OK/NG display: Displays the total status result.
10.
Processing time: Displays the time from receiving a trigger until the result is
output.
11.
Image Type display: Displays the situation of the screen. Run mode or Test
mode.
12.
Trig button: Displayed when the external trigger is set. When this button is
touched, a trigger signal is sent to the sensor.
13.
Zoom button: Changes the display to full screen mode and allows image
enlargement.
14.
View button: Displays the menu to select how to show the tools and the analyze
screen.
15.
Monitor settings button: Displays the monitor screen.
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16.
Sensor Image Memory button: Displays the Sensor Image Memory screen.
17.
USB memory button: Displays the USB memory screen.
CONFIGURE 18.
MONITOR
Sensor setup button: Stops running mode and displays the Sensor setup menu
screen.
Program Job
Start Navigator
1.
Touch the Sensor setup button.
2.
Touch the Start button.
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Setup Image Optimization
1.
Touch Trigger Options.
2.
Select the External Trigger type. Touch OK.
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3.
Touch Auto Brightness Adjustment. Touch OK.
4.
Touch Focus Adjustment. If Auto focusing is selected, the focus position is
adjusted automatically. If Manual focusing is selected, the focus indicator will be
displayed. Adjust focus as desired. Touch OK.
5.
Touch Next to proceed to “STEP2”.
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Register Master Image
1.
After setting the image optimization, press Register Live Image as Master.
2.
Image the target and touch the Trig button.
3.
Check the image displayed on the monitor and touch the Register button. Touch
OK.
4.
Touch Next to proceed to “STEP3”.
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MONITOR
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1.
Touch the Add Tool button.
2.
Select Outline.
3.
Touch Edit Window.
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4.
Set the position, size, and the angle of the tool window. The detected outline will be
displayed in green. After the setting is completed, touch OK.
5.
Touch the Limit Adjustment button.
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6.
Set the threshold to judge OK and NG.
7.
The display will return to the main screen for the Outline tool.
8.
Touch OK, then touch Next to proceed to “STEP4”.
CONFIGURE
MONITOR
Setup Area Detection Tool
1.
Touch the Add Tool button.
2.
Select Area.
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3.
Touch Edit Window button.
4.
Set the position, size, and the angle of the tool window. After the setting is
completed, touch OK
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5.
Touch the Brightness Extraction button.
6.
Touch the brightness area to be the reference of judgment for the Area tool, then
touch OK.
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7.
Touch the Limit Adjustment button.
8.
Set the threshold to judge OK and NG, then touch OK. The display will return to the
main screen for the Color Area/Area tool.
9.
Touch OK, then touch Next to proceed to “STEP4”.
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Setup Position Adjust Detection Tool
1.
Touch the Add Tool button.
2.
Touch the Pos.Adj. button.
3.
Touch the Edit Window button.
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4.
Set the position, size, and the angle of the tool window. The detected outline will be
displayed in green. Touch OK.
5.
Touch the Limit Adjustment button.
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6.
Set the threshold to judge OK and NG.
7.
After the setting is completed, touch OK. The display will return to the main screen
for Position Adjustment tool.
8.
Touch OK again, then touch Next to proceed to “STEP4”.
CONFIGURE
MONITOR
Setup Output
1.
Touch the output line to assign the output function.
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MONITOR
Set the output functions as follows:
• OUT1 = Busy
• OUT2 = Total Status
• OUT3 - OUT8 = OFF
2.
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Contents
Quick Start: Running a Job . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-2
Preparing to Run a Pre-programmed Job . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-4
Power up the System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Home Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup the Bowl Feeder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup the Taper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Select Job . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup the Pick Head . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Quick Start: Running a Job
The following is an outline of the basic steps required to run a pre-programmed job. More
detailed instructions follow in the next section of this chapter.
Caution: Users should always wear protective eye wear when operating or maintaining the TM-402.
1.
Power up.
• Power up the machine by turning on the Main Power Switch.
• Press the Reset button.
2.
Home the motors.
• Open the Run Tab on the HMI and select Home Motors.
3.
Setup Bowl Feeder.
• Ensure correct Linear Track is installed.
• Load components.
4.
Setup Taper.
• Ensure sufficient carrier tape and cover tape are loaded to complete the job.
• Load an empty take-up reel.
• Run peel force test to verify seal.
5.
Setup the Pick Head.
• Ensure the correct nozzle is installed for the part that will be picked.
• Observe the vacuum sensor, adjusting nozzle pressure as necessary.
• Adjust Blow-off Pressure as needed to achieve proper part placement.
• Close the enclosure doors.
6.
Select Job.
• Open the Job Tab on the HMI. Select the desired job from the Job Library and
press Open to open the selected job in the Run Tab.
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Start
7.
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Setup Vision.
• Open the Taper Tab on the HMI and advance to the second screen.
• Ensure camera is ON. Configure inspection as needed.
Note: To configure vision inspection, see Chapter 4: Setup.
8.
Run the Job.
• On the HMI, select the Run Tab then press Run.
• Load/unload parts and reels as needed.
Caution!
V-TEK® Incorporated takes no responsibility for the safety of TM-402 if it is
used for any purpose other than the intended purpose as specified in this
User’s Guide.
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Preparing to Run a Pre-programmed Job
The initial set-up and configuration of a new job are covered in Chapter 4: Setup. This
chapter discusses the procedure for setting up existing jobs, running a job and routine
operator tasks.
Caution: Users should always wear protective eye wear when operating
or maintaining the TM-402.
Step 1:
Power
Up
Step 2:
Home
Motors
Power up the System
1.
Power up the machine by turning the Main Power Switch, which is
located on the right side of the machine, to the ON position.
2.
Press the blue Reset button on the left side of the machine.
Home Motors
Note: The TM-402 only needs to be homed once after each power up or emergency stop. Once the motors have been homed, they remain homed until the
machine is powered down.
1.
The HMI will open to the Job Tab with a red Home Required button at the top of
the Tab Menu and the other tab buttons grayed out. Press Home Required to
open the Homing Status window.
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Motors
2.
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Press the Home All Motors button.
The motor homing sequence begins with the nozzle moving slowly upwards (Z
Axis movement). After about a three second delay, the pick head will begin to
move slowly to the right towards the taper (X Axis movement).
The pick head homing sequence will continue until the nozzle has risen to its
highest position and then returned to home and the head has moved all the way to
the right and then returned to home..
Homing progress is displayed as a green bar in the Pick Axis Motor field of the
Homing window. Once the nozzle and head have stopped moving, homing is
complete. A Homing Succeeded! message will appear on the bottom of the
screen.
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Setup the Bowl Feeder
Setup
1.
On the HMI, select Bowl from the tab menu on the left to open the Bowl Setup
Bowl Feeder
Tab.
2.
Ensure the correct track size is installed for the part which will be run.
3.
Load parts into the Bowl Feeder.
4.
In the HMI Bowl Settings Tab, turn the Linear Vibratory ON ( I ). The Linear Track
will turn on and activate the Bowl and Hopper, feeding parts into the Bowl.
5.
Adjust the Vibratory Controls on the Bowl Assembly for Linear Track and Bowl as
needed to suit the type of component that is being processed.
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Setup the Taper
1.
Load the correct carrier tape and cover
tape, adjusting the track width as
necessary.
2.
Select PSA or Heat seal.
3.
Align cover tape with carrier tape.
4.
Run a pull test and adjust seal strength
as needed.
5.
Place an empty reel onto the take-up
reel spindle.
6.
Use the Continuous Advance button on the Taper Tab to run out the tape until it
can be attached to the reel.
The tape normally can be attached by inserting it into the reel hub or with blue
Permacel tape.
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Select Job
When a job is already set up and saved in the machine’s memory, the first step in running
the job is to call it up with the Job Select screen.
1.
On the HMI, select the Job Tab
2.
Browse through the Job Library to locate the desired job by using the up and down
Arrow buttons.
3.
Press the Enter button to select the job, then press Open to open the selected job
in the Run Tab.
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Step 6:
Setup the Pick Head
Setup
1.
Ensure the correct Nozzle and Nozzle Tip are installed for the job that will be run.:
Pick Head
Note: See the Chapter 4: Setup for nozzle
change procedures.
2.
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3.
Press Move To Pick, then press Pick Part. Observe the
vacuum sensor which is located on top of the head to
see if it is set correctly for the current part. The numbers
should be lit in green with components on the nozzle
and red if components are not.
Note: See the Chapter 6: Troubleshooting for vacuum
sensor adjustment procedures.
4.
Return to the Head Setup Tab.Press Move To Place, then press Place Part.
Check that the Blow Off Pressure is set correctly for the
current part. The Blow-off Pressure Gauge is located on
the front of the Pick Head Bridge. If components are not
dropping properly, pull the gauge out and rotate to adjust
pressure levels. When the desired pressure level is
reached, push the gauge back in.
Step 7:
Setup
Vision
Setup Vision
The TM-402 Vision System will automatically revert to the previous inspection. If the
same part is being run, there is no need to retrain the camera. Proceed to Step 8. If a different job/inspection is being run, follow the setup instructions in Chapter 4: Setup.
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Run the Job
1.
Close the enclosure doors, then open the HMI Run Tab and press Run.
During operation, the operator will add additional parts to the Bowl Feeder and
unload packaged parts from the Taper as necessary. The operator may also
replace parts that fail 2D Inspection. Otherwise no other adjustments are required
for a job that has already been defined properly.
2.
When the preset number of parts has been run, the TM-402 will automatically stop
operation.
Note: If Leader has been ENABLED, the Taper will continue to seal tape until it
reaches the programmed Leader length. If Leader is DISABLED, the Taper will
continue to seal tape until the last sealed part has reached the cut point.
3.
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Cut the sealed tape at the cut point and use a piece of blue Permacel tape to
secure the finished reel. Remove processed output.
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Contents
Emergency Stop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-2
Activating an Emergency Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
Clearing an Emergency Stop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-3
System Alarm Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-6
Error Message Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-21
Adjusting Nozzle Vacuum Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-23
Tips on Part Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-24
Sensor Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-27
Adjusting the Low Cover Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-27
Adjusting the Tape Jam Sensor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-27
Adjusting Heat Seal Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-28
Heat Seal Shoe Temperature. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-28
Seal Pressure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Sealer Dwell Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-29
Adjusting PSA Seal Quality. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7-30
Materials Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-30
Seal Roller Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-30
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Emergency Stop
The Emergency Stop Button is located on the left
side of the TM-402.
If the Emergency Stop is pushed, the TM-402 will
automatically enter an Emergency Stop state.
When an Emergency Stop is triggered, the Tower
Light switches to red and all operations cease.
Activating an Emergency Stop
If emergency stop condition occurs, follow the steps below to resolve the
failure.
1.
Press the red E-Stop button to place the TM-402 into an Emergency
Stop state. The Tower Light will switch to red and all operations will
cease. On the HMI, a Halted State message will appear.
2. Resolve the problem.(See tips on resolving error conditions which follow.)
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Clearing an Emergency Stop
To clear an Emergency Stop, follow the directions below.
1.
2.
3.
Twist the activated Emergency Stop button to turn it off and
release the button.
Close all the doors on the TM-402.
Press the blue Reset button.
4.
The Boot Screen will appear on the HMI Monitor and display a loading
progress message. This process typically takes about 90 seconds to
complete.
5.
Once the system has finished booting, the HMI will open to the Job Tab with the Home
Required button displayed. Press Home Required to begin the homing sequence.
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6.
The Homing Status window will open. Press Home All Motors
7.
When the homing sequence is completed, the bar will turn from black to green and a Homing Succeeded! message will appear.
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8.
Once homing is complete, press the Left Arrow button will open the Run Tab.
9.
Press the Run button on the HMI Run Tab to resume operation.
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System Alarm Messages
During TM-402 operation, the operator will occasionally be prompted to fill the Tray
Feeder with parts, unload the Taper or check an Inspection Fail.
When the TM-402 requires attention it will automatically stop. A beep will sound
and the Tower Light will turn flashing red to draw the operator’s attention.
On the HMI, a System Alarm Message will appear.
The tape jam sensor
has been activated
Please remove any
obstructions in the
indicated location
prior to continuing.
System Alarms are triggered for several reasons. When the TM-402’s sensors detect an error situation such as Low Cover Tape or a Tape Jam, the System Alarm Message alerts the user to the
error. System Alarms will also appear if the TM-402 needs to be adjusted before operation can
begin. For example, if the E-Stop button is depressed preventing operation, the System Alarm
alerts the user so the situation can be resolved and operation can begin.
System Alarm Messages contain a description of the problem and suggestions for resolving the
problem. They also include an illustration of the TM-402 with the area of interest indicated by a
flashing red outline.
To resolve a System Alarm, follow the suggested steps to clear the error situation then click Continue to return to the HMI screen that was active before the alarm was activated. To resume
operation, press Start on the HMI Run Tab.
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Note: There are a variety of error conditions which could cause the machine to stop. See
the Error Message Table at the end of this section for an explanation of the various error
messages and their suggested solutions.
An illustration and description of each System Alarm Message follows.
Part Not Picked System Alarm
If the nozzle is unable to pick a part from the Bowl Feeder, the Part Not Picked system alarm will
be activated. When this happens, operation stops, a beep sounds, and a warning appears on the
HMI.
The system was
unable to pick from
the current location.
Check for a jam at
the pick location
and ensure parts are
in the bowl.
To clear the Unable to Pick Alarm, ensure there are parts in the bowl and it is feeding properly
with no jams in the feeding track. If that does not resolve the problem, ensure the Pick Height is
not set too high. Finally, verify the Vibratory is ON.
When the Bowl Feeder is ready for operation, press CONTINUE to clear the alarm and resume
operation.
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Empty Nest System Alarm
If the Part Present Sensor does not see a part in the Nest, the system will time out and the Empty
Nest system alarm will be activated. When this happens, operation stops, a beep sounds, and a
warning appears on the HMI.
The system has not
seen a part in the
nest and has timed
out. Verify that parts
are in the track and
not jammed. Adjust
the linear vibratory
if needed.
To clear the Empty Nest Alarm, ensure there are parts in the linear track and it is feeding properly
with no jams. If that does not resolve the problem, adjust the linear vibratory amplitude as
needed.
When the Bowl Feeder is ready for operation, press CONTINUE to clear the alarm and resume
operation.
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Part Lost System Alarm
If a part falls off the nozzle and is lost during the pick process, the Part Lost system alarm will be
activated. When this happens, operation stops, a beep sounds, and a warning appears on the
HMI.
The last part that was
picked was lost
between pick and place
points. Please press
CONTINUE to further
process the job. Note:
If part is jammed in the
Nest, press “Open Nest”
and remove the part
then press “Close Nest”.
Open Nest
To clear the Part Lost System Alarm, check the Vacuum Sensor to ensure it is set correctly.
Ensure the correct Nozzle Tip for the part that is being picked is installed. Check the nest to
ensure there is no part jam. Finally, check the Pick Position to ensure it is centered correctly.
Adjust as necessary.
When the Bowl Feeder is ready for operation, press CONTINUE to clear the alarm and resume
operation.
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No Part to Place System Alarm
If the user attempts to place a part in tape when there is no part on the Nozzle, the No Part To
Place System Alarm will be activated. When this happens, operation stops, a beep sounds, and
a warning appears on the HMI
There’s no part
available to place.
Please pick a part
and try again.
To clear the No Part To Place System Alarm, pick a part then press CONTINUE to clear the
alarm and resume part placement.
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Tape Jam Sensor System Alarm
The Tape Jam Sensor is located on the Taper Track just
before the Sealer. It detects when parts are protruding
above the top of the pocket due to a misplaced part or
tape jam.
When the Tape Jam sensor is enabled and a jam occurs, operation stops, a beep sounds and a
warning appears on the HMI.
The tape jam sensor
has been activated.
Please remove any
obstructions in the
indicated location
prior to continuing.
Clear the tape jam and then press CONTINUE to clear the error message and continue operation.
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Vision Error System Alarm
The 2D Inspection System is mounted on the Taper between the
place point and the Sealer. It inspects parts for mark and orientation. It also detects empty pockets
If the 2D Inspection System detects an inspection error, the 2D
Inspection System Alarm will be activated. Tape advance stops,
a beep sounds and a warning appears on the HMI.
A part has failed
visual inspection in
the carrier tape.
Please correct ths
issue pior to
continuing.
Force Pass
To clear the Vision Error system alarm, re-orient or replace the failed part under the 2D Inspection Camera. Press CONTINUE to clear the alarm and resume operation.
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Inspection Time-out System Alarm
If the 2D Inspection System fails to inspect a part within a preset time period, the Inspection
Time-out System Alarm will be activated. Tape advance stops, a beep sounds and a warning
appears on the HMI.
System inspection
has timed out. Please
verify that the
camera is correcly
configured and that
it can be triggered
in the Taper Tab.
To clear the Inspection Time-out System Alarm, ensure the 2D Inspection Camera is connected
to power and setup correctly. Press CONTINUE to clear the alarm and resume operation.
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Temperature Out of Range System Alarm
When Heat Seal is enabled and the Heat Shoe temperatures are either too hot or too cold, a
Heat Seal Temperature Out of Range system alarm will activate.
When this occurs, tape advance stops, a beep sounds and a warning appears on the HMI.
The heat seal
temperature is not
within range.
Please wait for the
seal temperature to
stabilize prior to
continuing.
To clear the Heat Seal Temperature Out of Range System Alarm, wait for the heat shoes to
reach their set point and then press CONTINUE to clear the alarm and resume operation.
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Heat Sealer Inactivity System Alarm
If the Taper is inactive for 40 minutes or longer, the Heat Sealer is automatically disabled. Once
that occurs, if a user attempts to run a job, or use Continuous Advance, Pocket Advance or Manual Seal a Heat Sealer Inactivity system alarm will activate.
When this occurs, tape advance stops, a beep sounds and a warning appears on the HMI.
The Heat Sealer was
disabled ue to
inactivity. Please
wait for the seal
temperature to
stabilize prior to
continuing.
To clear the Heat Seal Inactivity System Alarm, wait for the heat shoes to reach their set point
and then press CONTINUE to clear the alarm and resume operation. The current temperature is
displayed on the system alarm message.
Note: If the user presses Continue and then attempts to move tape through the sealer
before the temperature has reached the set point, the Temperature Out Of Range system
alarm will appear, prompting the user to wait until the sealer temperature is correct.
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Low Cover Tape System Alarm
The Low Cover Tape sensor is located on the Cover Tape Arm. It
detects when the cover tape supply on the Cover Tape Reel is
below a preset minimum.
If an operator attempts to start a job when the cover tape level is
below the sensor, operation will not begin. Instead a beep will
sound and a Low Cover Warning message will appear on the
HMI.
The cover tape is
running low. Please
change the reel at
your earliest
convenience.
The operator can either resolve the warning by loading a full reel of cover tape or ignore the
warning and push START again to continue with the current level of cover tape.
Note: The Low Cover Tape warning will only appear once during a job. If the user ignores
the message and continues operation, the TM-402 will continue taping until the job is finished or the cover tape is empty.
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Job Quantity Inadequate System Alarm
If during the course of a job, the operator changes the job quantity to less than the amount of
parts that have already been processed a Job Quantity Inadequate message will appear on the
HMI.
The system has
already placed more
parts than the
entered quantity.
Please RESET the job
or increase the
quantity.
The operator can resolve the warning by either resetting the job or increasing the job quantity.
Push Continue to clear the alarm message and resume processing.
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End of Job System Alarm
If the operator completes a job and then attempts to run the same job again without resetting the
job, an End of Job System Alarm will appear on the HMI.
The job has been
completed. Please
RESET the job to
continue processing.
The operator can resolve the alarm by resetting the job. Push Continue to clear the alarm message and resume processing.
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Halted State Error Condition
If the E-Stop button is pressed or the system is started up and the Reset button is not pressed,
the following message will appear on the HMI.
To resolve the error message, clear the emergency stop condition, then
twist and release the E-Stop button.
Press the Reset button. Once the system has finished booting, open the
HMI Job Tab and press Home Required to begin the motor homing sequence.
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HMI Error Condition
If the operator enters a value in a setup field that is outside the accepted range for the field or if
the Ethernet connection to the PLC is lost, the following message will appear on the HMI.
To resolve the error condition in this instance, enter an acceptable value into the field.
If this message persists, it indicates that the Ethernet connection to the PLC may have been lost.
Contact V-TEK Service for support.
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Error Message Table
Error Condition
Solution
“The system was unable to successfully pick from the current
location.”
Nozzle is not picking parts from the Bowl Feeder. Check
the following:
- Feeder is empty.
- Linear Track is jammed.
- Pick height is too high.
“The heat seal temperature is
not within range.”
The Heat Sealer on the Taper has not reached the correct temperature. Wait until sealer has had enough time
to reach the correct temperature.
“The heat sealer was disabled
due to inactivity.”
The Heat Sealer on the Taper was automatically disabled after being inactive for more than 40 minutes. Wait
until sealer has had enough time to reach the correct
temperature, then proceed.
“The tape jam sensor has been
activated.”
Check carrier tape prior to Sealer to ensure part is not
sticking out of pocket. Remove any obstructions, then
resume operation.
“The cover tape is running low.”
Refill cover tape.
“A part has failed visual inspection in the carrier tape.”
Check the following:
- Part is incorrectly oriented.
- Part mark is missing or obscured.
- Part is missing.
“The inspection system has
timed out.”
Check the following:
- Vision system is not connected to power
- Vision System is setup incorrectly.
“The last part picked was lost
between the pick and place
point.”
Check the following:
- Vacuum Sensor is set correctly.
- The correct Nozzle Tip is installed.
- Pick Position is centered correctly.
“There’s not a part available to
place.”
Pick a part and proceed.
“The job has been completed.
Reset the job to continue processing.”
Reset the job.
“The system has already placed
more parts than the entered
quantity.”
The job quantity was changed after parts have been run.
Reset job or increase quantity.
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Error Condition
Solution
“The system is currently in a
halted state.”
Check the following:
- The Emergency Stop has been pressed. Resolve the
situation, then twist and release the. E-Stop button.
- The Reset Button has not been pressed. Press Reset.
- Once the condition is corrected, wait for system initialization and home all motors.
“The HMI is in an error condition...”
- If an unacceptable value has been entered into a setup
field, change the value to one that fits that field’s parameters.
- If this message persists, the Ethernet connection to the
PLC may have been lost. Contact V-TEK Service for support.
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Adjusting Nozzle Vacuum Sensors
The TM-402’s Nozzle Vacuum Sensor is setup before the machine is shipped. It may occasionally require adjustment depending on vacuum sensitivity and the type of part that is being processed.
If the TM-402 places “empty” pockets (i.e. places as though it held a part when it did not) or
returns a picking part error when it picked a part, the vacuum sensor’s threshold point probably
needs to be adjusted.
Vacuum Sensor Settings
1.
Close the enclosure doors, then open the Head Setup Tab.
2.
Press the Pick Part button to activate vacuum and pick a
part. Observe the vacuum sensor indicator which is located
on the Pick & Place Head above the nozzles. The numbers
should be lit in green with components on the nozzle and
red if components are not.
3.
If the sensors require adjustment, Press the blue Set button
once. The sensor will alternately flash P_1 and the current
value.
4.
Use the Up/Down Arrow Keys to adjust the sensor as
needed with components both on and off of the nozzles..
5.
Press the blue Set button again to exit back to normal operation.
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Tips on Part Placement
If components are not dropped properly, there are four variables that can be adjusted to correct
the problem.
Note: Each part is different and may require a different combination of adjustments to
obtain proper place performance.
1.
Adjust Blow-off Pressure. The Blow-off Pressure Gauge is
located on the front of the Pick Head enclosure. If components
are not dropping properly, pull the gauge out and rotate to adjust
pressure levels. When the desired pressure level is reached,
push the gauge back in.
Note: Every part is different and may require a different combination of adjustments to obtain proper place performance.
2.
Adjust Place Position X. Open the HMI Head Tab. Press the Move To Place button.
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Press the Right Arrow to move to the next Head Tab..
Jog the head up or down until the nozzle is centered correctly over the place location.
When the nozzle is positioned correctly, press the Set Place Position button.
4.
Adjust Place Position Z. Manually adjust the right Actuator Adjustment Screw up or
down until the nozzle is extended the appropriate distance above the place location. You
may need to experiment with placing a part to determine what Z Axis height works best.
When the nozzle is positioned correctly, press the Set Place Position button.
Actuator
Adjustment
Screw
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5.
Adjust Blow Off Time. Press the right Arrow button on the bottom of the second Head
Tab to move to the last Head Tab screen
6.
Adjust the length of Blow Off as needed to drop the part properly.
Note: If Nozzle Blow Off is set too low, the part may remain on the Nozzle Tip or “float”
down, resulting in an incorrectly placed part in the pocket.
If Nozzle Blow Off is set too high, the excess air may cause the part to bounce back out of
the pocket. Adjust the Nozzle Blow Off value until the TM-402 consistently and accurately
places parts in the carrier tape.
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Sensor Adjustments
Adjusting the Low Cover Sensor
The Low Cover Sensor alerts the operator at the beginning of a job if there is not enough cover tape loaded on
the Cover Tape Reel to complete the job.
Loosen the screws on the Cover Tape Low Sensor to
adjust it’s position. It should rest so the sensor light is
positioned at the minimum level of cover tape required
to complete a job.
If sensor sensitivity needs to be fine tuned, adjust the
amplifiers at the base of the Cover Tape Arm. For more
information on the sensor/amplifier, refer to Appendix
A: Sensors
No further setup is required. The Low Cover Sensor is
ready to operate.
Amplifiers
Adjusting the Tape Jam Sensor
The Tape Jam Sensor is located on the Taper track
just before the Sealer. It detects if parts are doubled up
or incorrectly placed in a carrier tape pocket so that
the part protrudes above the level of the track and
would interfere with cover tape placement.
If sensor sensitivity needs to be fine tuned, adjust the
amplifiers at the base of the Cover Tape Arm. For
more information on the sensor/amplifier, refer to
Appendix A: Sensors.
No further setup is required. The Jam In Tape Sensor
is ready to operate.
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Adjusting Heat Seal Quality
If a Peel Force Test determines the Heat Sealer is not generating a satisfactory seal, try one of
the adjustments below to improve seal strength.
Heat Seal Shoe Temperature
Open the HMI Taper Tab. Press the right Arrow button twice to advance to the third Taper
screen.
400
Increase or decrease the temperature of the sealer shoes. The inside and outside seals have
independent temperature controllers. Increase or decrease the Set Point for each sealer as
needed. Under normal conditions and materials, changing the temperatures should suffice.
Note: Generally it is best practice to adjust the temperature to achieve the desired peel
force.
The TM-402 accommodates a wide range of carrier tapes and cover tapes. Settings may
vary from one tape product to another. The suggested starting point is 90 degrees Celsius. The maximum recommended operating temperature is 160° C. The temperature for
each seal shoe should be increased or decreased as needed after running a peel force
test.
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Seal Pressure
This control is located on the front of the Taper. It controls the
amount of force applied when the sealer shoes drop. Turning
the Seal Pressure control clockwise will increase the pressure,
while turning it counter-clockwise will decrease the pressure.
Adjust the heat shoe Seal Pressure to the appropriate setting.
The recommended starting point is between 40-60 psi.
Sealer Dwell Time
Open the HMI Taper Tab. Press the right Arrow button twice to advance to the third Taper
screen.
400
The Dwell Time is the amount of time the sealer spends in contact with the cover tape. Increase
or decrease the dwell time.
Note: The dwell time affects the throughput of the taper. The recommended Dwell Time
is 400 ms.
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Adjusting PSA Seal Quality
If a Peel Force Test determines the PSA Sealer is not generating a satisfactory seal, try one of
the adjustments below to improve seal strength.
Check Sealer Settings
Open the HMI Taper Tab. Review
the settings on the four Taper Tab
screens to ensure Tape Settings and
Sealer Settings are appropriate for
the current job.
Materials Used
0.
For a PSA seal, seal strength is
determined first by the nature of the
materials used. It is normally recommended to use the same brand of
cover and carrier tapes together as
the manufacturers use the appropriate adhesive to match the material
used to make the carrier tapes.
Seal Roller Pressure
The second factor in PSA seal strength is the pressure applied to the cover tape as it is sealed to
the carrier tape. The seal should appear as a solid stripe and it should not show any inconsistencies. If it does, the alignment of the cover tape should be confirmed and then the pressure to the
seal rollers adjusted.
On the top of each sealer block, there are three
holes with a screw in the center hole. With carrier
and cover tape loaded, spin the Sealer Wheel.
While spinning the Sealer Wheel, turn the screw
clockwise until the wheel no longer spins freely,
then turn the screw another 1/8 turn. The wheel
should be firmly in contact with the tape.
PSA Seal
Pressure
Adjustment
Screws
Adjust the seal roller pressure until the PSA
adhesive is firmly adhered to the carrier tape.
Experience will allow the operator to judge the correct adjustment by feel. Repeat for the other
sealer wheel.
Note: Excessive roller pressure may cause carrier tape advance problems or elongation
of sprocket holes in the carrier tape.
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Contents
Safe Maintenance Steps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-2
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-3
Routine Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3
General Maintenance Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4
Lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
Air Pressure Regulator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-4
Pick Head Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-5
Nozzle Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Vacuum Levels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replace the Vacuum Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Check Actuator Belt Tension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-5
8-5
8-5
8-7
Taping Module Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-8
Heat Sealer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Loading Track. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PSA Sealer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cover Tape Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safe Maintenance Steps
Caution! It is dangerous to service or maintain the TM-402 while it is connected to air and power supplies.
Before performing any maintenance tasks, ensure the machine is stationary and
disconnect the electrical and pneumatic power supplies placing the unplugged
cables in clear view. Follow your company’s Lock-out/Tag-out Procedures.
Follow the steps below when performing routine maintenance or cleaning the TM-402.
1.
Turn the TM-402 OFF.
2.
Ensure the Main Power Switch is rotated to the OFF position. The
Main Power Switch is Lock-out/Tag-out capable. Follow your company’s Lock-out/Tag-out procedure to ensure safe maintenance.
3.
Ensure the Air Regulator is rotated to the OFF position.
The Air Regulator is Lock-out/Tag-out capable. Follow
your company’s Lock-out/Tag-out procedure to ensure
safe maintenance.
4.
Disconnect the air supply and place the unplugged air
hose so it is clearly visible.
5.
Disconnect the power supply and place the unplugged
power cord so it is clearly visible.
6.
Remove all carrier and cover tape from the Taper.
7.
Remove parts from the Bowl Feeder.
8.
Perform cleaning/maintenance as needed.
9.
Reload Bowl Feeder parts.
lockout/tagout hole
10. Reload Taper carrier tape and cover tape.
11. Reconnect the air supply.
12. Reconnect the power supply.
13. Turn the TM-402 back ON.
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8- 3
Maintenance
Only maintenance personnel that have thoroughly read and understand the TM-402 User’s
Guide and have several years experience operating and maintaining similar machines should be
permitted to maintain the TM-402.
Routine Maintenance Schedule
The TM-402’s simple, low-maintenance design keeps required maintenance to a minimum. The
following schedule indicates common maintenance tasks and how frequently they should be performed.
Maintenance Task
Schedule
Materials needed
Vacuum or brush dust and
debris off machine, including
sensors
Daily
• soft bristled paint brush or
vacuum
Inspect nozzle tip for wear or
damage
Daily
• To replace worn nozzle tip,
call V-TEK Service for specific nozzle part number.
Check and set incoming air
pressure to 85 psi with the
vacuum on
Every 120 hours of operation
or as needed.
• None
Check & record vacuum levels
Every 40-80 hours of operation
• None
Clean Heat Sealer shoes
Every 120 hours of operation
or as needed
• 3/32” hex wrench
• plastic or brass brush
• alcohol
Clean Loading Track
Every 40 hours of operation
• small, stiff bristled paint
brush
Clean Cover Tape Guide
Every 40 hours of operation
• alcohol
• cotton swabs
Inspect Air Pressure Regulator for moisture build-up
Every 40 hours of operation
• none
Clean PSA Sealer assembly
Every 40 hours of operation
• alcohol
• cotton swabs
Replace nozzle vacuum filter
Every 200-300 hours of operation
• nozzle vacuum filter (p/n
201026)
Remove heat shoes, replace
if necessary
Every 4 months
• Heat Shoes (p/n 261122)
Caution!
Users should always wear protective eye wear when operating or maintaining the
TM-402.
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General Maintenance Tasks
Daily cleaning
Vacuum or brush off the machine with a stiff bristled paint brush daily, removing dust and debris
from all operating areas including the sensors.
Air Pressure Regulator
Check the incoming air pressure every 40-80
hours of operation to ensure it is set to 85 psi
with all vacuums ON. Adjust if necessary.
Inspect the air regulator for moisture accumulation after every 40 hours of operation. Turn the
petcock on the bottom of the regulator clockwise
to release the fluid if moisture is present. Tighten
the petcock when moisture is gone.
Note: Frequency of moisture build-up will
vary with air quality. Check the Air Pressure Regulator periodically to determine
if fluids need to be released more frequently.
Check for moisture here
Petcock
Other than the release of moisture build-up, the TM-402 pneumatic system should not
require adjustment or replacement. Should an issue with the pneumatic system arise, call
V-Tek Service for assistance.
Caution!
The TM-402 air supply should be adjusted to operate at a maximum working
pressure not exceeding 7.6 bar (110 psi). The maximum permissible source
pressure should not exceed 9 bar (130 psi). Failure to set the within these limits could result in a failure in the pneumatic system which could lead to injury.
Lubrication
No lubrication is required or desired on the TM-402 as all parts are no maintenance in this regard
and the use of lubricants could interfere with components.
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8- 5
Pick Head Maintenance
Nozzle Tip
Inspect the nozzle tip daily for excessive wear or damage. Remove and replace as necessary.
See Chapter 4: Machine Setup for instructions on changing the nozzle tip.
Vacuum Levels.
Check Vacuum levels weekly. This recorded information on high/
low vacuum levels is useful on a week to week basis and can indicate pneumatic problems such as loose fittings or seal problems.
1.
Turn on the vacuum generator from the HMI.
2.
Observe and record vacuum level for the nozzle with no part
present.
3.
Cover the nozzle (with part or some object) and record vacuum levels.
4.
Compare the current vacuum levels with those previously recorded. A partially blocked
nozzle or restricted filter in the nozzle assembly is indicated by a smaller vacuum swing.
5.
Remove and replace the nozzle vacuum filter if there are high vacuum levels without part
or poor pickup.
Replace the Vacuum Filter
If parts are not picking consistently or if the Nozzle Vacuum
Sensor indicates there is a part on the Nozzle (values appear
green) without a part on the nozzle, this is an indicator that the
Vacuum Filter needs to be cleaned or replaced. Typically the
Vacuum Filter will require attention after 200-300 hours of
operation.
The Vacuum Filter is located on top of the Pick Head Assembly.
1.
Open the front door and manually move the pick head
all the way to the front for easy access.
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2.
Remove the air line from the Nozzle Shank.
3.
Use a needle-nose pliers to remove the air line from
the Upper Filter Fitting which is located at the top of
the Vacuum Filter.
4.
Use a 2.5mm Hex wrench to remove the retaining
screw that holds the Filter in place.
5.
Lift the Filter from the housing and remove it from the
machine.
6.
Blow air through the filter to clean it or replace with a
new filter. (See Spare Parts List in the back of this
User’s Guide for order information.).
7.
Replace the Filter on the Pick Head, reconnecting the
air line at the top of the Vacuum Filter and at the Nozzle Shank.
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8- 7
Check Actuator Belt Tension
The Actuator Belt tension should be measured after its first 30-40 hours of run time, then annually after that. To measure belt tension, follow the instructions below.
1.
Position the Pick Head Carrier so the edge of the carrier is 6" from the inside end of the
Actuator Head.
6”
2.
Position a force gauge on the Belt 2” from the inside end of the Actuator Head.
2”
3.
Deflect the Belt 1/4" (6 mm) in either direction. The force gauge should read between 12
and 16 lbs. [53 - 62 N].
Deflect 1/4”
Note: Contact V-TEK Service for tensioning procedure if belt tension is outside tolerance.
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Taping Module Maintenance
Heat Sealer
Heat sealer maintenance consists mainly of cleaning built-up debris and adhesive residues from
the heat shoes. It should be cleaned after every 120 hours of operation or as needed.
To clean the heat shoes, follow the steps below.
1.
Slide the loading track all the way out.
2.
If the sealer assembly is still hot, allow it to cool completely before continuing.
Note: Do not attempt to use alcohol when the sealer
is hot.
3.
Remove
Using a 3/32” hex wrench, remove the (3) Button
Head Cap Screws and the red Thumb Screw from
the two sheet metal covers.
Remove
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4.
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Clean the residues from the heat shoes by
using a plastic or brass brush soaked in alcohol to remove any residue that has built up on
the lip of the heat shoe.
Heat Shoe
Note: Do not use a steel bristled brush. It could
damage the heat shoes.
Remove
Residue
Remove/Replace Heat Shoes
Remove heat shoes every four months and inspect and clean them. Replace if necessary.
1.
Ensure the heater is off and has cooled completely.
2.
Remove the outer heat sealer guard as described above.
3.
Use a 5/64 inch hex wrench to release the shoe from the heat sealer assembly.
4.
Use a 5/64 inch hex wrench to unscrew the set screws on both ends of the heat shoe so
the heater and the thermocouple can be removed.
5.
Insert the heater and the thermocouple in a new heat shoe, aligning them so their ends
are flush with the end of the heat shoe. Tighten the set screws to hold them in position.
6.
Place the heat shoe back on the sealer assembly and tighten the set screw.
7.
Replace the outer sealer guard.
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Loading Track.
The Loading Track should be cleared of dust and
debris after every 40 hours of operation.
Strip the machine, remove the cover tape guide, and brush the dust and debris from the track
with a small, stiff bristled paint brush. Excessive build-up of dirt and debris can cause carrier tape
jams.
PSA Sealer
The adhesive residues should be cleaned from the sealer
assembly every 40 hours of operation.
PSA Sealer Wheels
Wipe the entire assembly using a cloth soaked in alcohol. Using
a cotton swab soaked in alcohol, clean between the sealer
wheels. Also, clean the entire surface of the black polyurethane
wheel.
Note: Do not use solvents other than alcohol when
cleaning the black polyurethane wheels.
If during the cleaning process the sealer has become completely out of adjustment, turn the small screw behind the wheel
counterclockwise approximately three turns. Slowly turn the
screw clockwise while spinning the top wheel. Stop adjusting
when the bottom wheel starts spinning with the top wheel.
Cover Tape Guide
Cover Tape Guide
The Cover Tape Guide may become coated with adhesive and
dirt during taping. It is important to keep the tape groove clean
for proper alignment of the cover tape.
Clean the tape groove with alcohol and a cotton swab whenever
it appears dirty. The recommended cleaning schedule is every
40 hours of operation.
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Appendix A: Sensors
Contents
Keyence FS-N11CVP/FS-N12CP Sensor Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-2
SMC ZSE30 Vacuum Sensor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .A-4
Appendix A: Sensors
A-2
Keyence FS-N11CP & FSN12CP Sensor Amplifiers
The Keyence FS-N11CP and FS-N12CP sensor amplifiers
(shown in Figure A.1 below) are used on the TM-400 Series
machines for the Low Cover Tape Sensor and the Tape Jam
Sensor. Both amplifiers are mounted on the Cover Tape
Arm. The Low Cover Tape amplifier (FS-N11CP) is located
on the left. The Tape Jam amplifier (FS-N12CP) is located
on the right.
The two amplifiers are designed to be attached electrically
and share power. Otherwise, the two units function independently of one another.
Fiber Lock Lever Set Button
Preset Value (PV) Indicator
Manual Button
Output Selector
Button
Figure A.1
Operation Indicator
Current Value (CV) indicator
Mode Button
Selecting the Output Mode
The FS-N11CP/FS-N12CP sensor-amplifiers can be set to two Output Modes: light-ON or darkON. This determines under what conditions the sensor is triggered and the Operation Indicator is
lit.
In light-ON mode, the sensor will be triggered when the current value (CV) of detected light from
the emitter is higher than the preset value (PV). In dark-ON mode, the sensor is triggered when
the CV of detected light is lower than the PV. Essentially, in light-ON Output Mode the sensor
detects when an obstruction occurs (causing reflected light to increase) and in dark-ON Output
Mode the sensor detects when an obstruction is removed (causing reflected light to decrease).
1.
Press the Output Selector button. The CV Indicator will display the current mode.
2.
Press the Manual button within 5 seconds of having pressed the Output Selector button.
The Output Mode will be toggled.
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The CV Indicator will return to its normal display after 5 seconds have elapsed.
Locking the Keys
It is sometimes desirable to lock the keys of the sensor amplifiers so that the currents settings
are not inadvertently changed.
1.
Hold down the Manual button and the Mode button simultaneously for at least three seconds.
2.
The CV indicator will display Loc to indicate that the lock is in place.
3.
Repeat the same procedure to unlock the keys. The display will flash the message unL.
Two-point Calibration
1.
With an obstructing object between the sensors (ideally, a full reel of cover tape), press
and release the SET button. The PV Indicator will be lit.
2.
Remove the obstruction between the sensors and press SET again. The amplifier will
return to its normal operating mode. The number shown on the PV Indicator should
change.
3.
If the sensor is in dark-ON mode, the operation indicator should be lit while there is an
obstruction between the sensors. If the sensor is in light-ON mode, the operation indicator should be lit while there is no obstruction between the sensors.
Keyence FS-N11CP & FSN12CP Sensor Amplifiers
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A-4
SMC ZSE30 Vacuum Sensor
The SMC ZSE30 Vacuum Sensor functions as a Pick & Place Head part present sensor. It compares the vacuum pressure at the pick and place nozzle to a threshold point.
When the vacuum pressure drops beneath this level the sensor sends an OFF signal to the
machine (the LCD display will be green). When the vacuum rises above the threshold, the sensor
sends an ON signal to the machine (the LCD screen will be red).
Pressure Reading Display
Up Arrow Button
Down Arrow Button
Set Button
Adjusting the Vacuum Sensor
If the machine places “empty” pockets (i.e., places as though it held a part when it did not) or
returns a picking part error when it picked a part, the vacuum sensor’s threshold point probably
needs to be adjusted.
To adjust the threshold point, follow these instructions:
1.
With no part on the nozzle and the vacuum ON, note the reading on the vacuum sensor.
Example: -60.5.
2.
Press the Set button. The sensor will alternately flash n_1 and the current setting. This is
the threshold point.
3.
Using the Up Arrow and Down Arrow buttons, adjust the value of n_1 to about 5 less
than the pressure reading that was noted with no part on the nozzle. Example: -60.5 - 5 =
-65.5.
4.
Press the Set button again. The sensor will now display the h (hysteresis) setting. This
should read 0.0.
5.
Press the Set button again to exit back to Normal Operation mode. Run the machine and
observe if the vacuum sensor is functioning properly.
6.
If the machine places empty pockets, set the threshold point closer to the pressure reading when a part is on the nozzle. If the machine fails to detect a part on the nozzle when
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one is present, set the threshold closer to the pressure reading when no part is on the
nozzle. In this way, the optimum setting for each specific part can be reached.
Initial Factory Settings
If for some reason the sensor needs to be re-initialized to the default factory settings, follow the
steps below:
1.
Press and hold the Set button for at least two seconds. The sensor will enter initialization
mode. The first setting to appear will be the Indication Unit setting. This should be set to
PA. Use the Up Arrows and Down Arrows to adjust this, if necessary.
2.
Press the Set button to advance to the Display Color setting. This should be set to Sor
(Red/ON).
3.
The next setting is the Operation mode setting. This should be set to HyS (hysteresis).
4.
The next setting is the Output mode setting. This should be set to nC (normally closed). If
this setting is incorrect, the sensor will function backwards, such that the machine will not
detect a part when is on the nozzle and detect a part when no part is present.
5.
The next setting is the Response Time setting. This should be set to 2.5.
6.
The final setting is the Auto Preset setting. This should be set to mAn (manual).
7.
Press the Set button to return to Normal Operation mode.
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TM-402 Suggested Spare Parts List
Part Number
Description
Qty
102534
Reset Switch Contact
1
102597
Digital Pressure Switch
1
105786
Take-up Motor
1
200401
Sealer Air Regulator
1
200636
Solenoid Air Valve
1
201026
Pick & Place Vacuum Air Filter
1
201207
Convum Vacuum Cup
1
201280
Nozzle Cup A3, 60 x 30
2
209250
Pick & Place Spring
1
201271
SPT Vacuum Cup
1
201297
Large Quad Vacuum Cup
1
201298
Medium Quad Vacuum Cup
1
201299
Small Quad Vacuum Cup
1
210019
Taper Timing belt
1
210109
Pick & Place Timing Belt
1
212001
Solenoid O-Rings
3
212008
Taper Idler O-Ring
2
212025
Nozzle O-Rings
2
244010
Taper Thermocouple
2
244012
Taper Heater
2
261122
Heat Shoe
1
266737
Taper Drive Sprocket
1
267008
Nozzle Shank Convum
1
267090
Nozzle Shank Quad
1
267091
Nozzle Shank SPT
1
290603
Taper Upper PSA Wheel Assembly
2
500440
Vision Sensor Amplifier
1
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Caution!
Only genuine spares should be used on the TM-402. Failure to
use genuine spare parts could render the machine unsafe and
void factory warranty.
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Document List
TM-402 Assembly, 240 Volt Bowl
Pages 1 - 6
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Base Assembly
Pages 1 - 7
291680.slddrw
Electrical Panel, 240 Volt Bowl
Pages 1 - 5
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Guard Assembly
Page 1 - 4
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Pick & Place Assembly
Pick & Place Head
Pages 1 - 8
Pages 1 - 9
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291665.slddrw
Taper
Taper Base
Taper Motor Enclosure
Inner Seal PSA & Heat
Outer Seal PSA & Heat
Front Track Assembly
Cover Tape Assembly
Cover Tape Guide
Carrier Tape Arm
Take-up Arm
Pages 1 - 3
Pages 1 - 5
Pages 1 - 3
Pages 1 - 2
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240 Volt Bowl Assembly
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Keyence IV 2D Camera
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Frame Assembly (Optional)
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- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
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- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
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- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
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NOTED ON THE ASSEMBLY DRAWING.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
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1
1
5
8
1
291683
WEIGHT (lbs): 468.34
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 5 OF 6
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
OVER TAPE CAMERA ASSEMBLY
TM-402 GUARD ASSEMBLY (BOWL)
TM-402-240V BOWL
~
TITLE:
9/11/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
DATE
ENG APPR.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
NAME
292050
13
BHCS SS M4 X 16
223733
291684
6
223730
5
10
BHCS SS M4 X 10
221714
1
SHCS SS M3 X 16
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
A
B
6
291684
5
B
5
6
C
8
7
C
D
8
4
3
291765
2
DESCRIPTION
1
A
B
QTY
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
291683
WEIGHT (lbs): 468.34
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 6 OF 6
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM402 240V BOWL ASSY
TM-402-240V BOWL
~
TITLE:
9/11/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
DATE
ENG APPR.
NAME
291765
11
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
35.22
10.34
4
ECO #
RELEASE
A
2
DATE
REVISI
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
3
9/11/2013
DATE
PVO
APPROVED
1
A
B
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
291680
WEIGHT (lbs): 81.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 7
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-402 BASE (BOWL)
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
30.75
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
34
50
7
7
46
51
29
34
35
6
6
48
31
5
5
31
49
45
34
47
4
4
267050
267051
46
47
267055
267244
51
58
3
2
1
4
1
291680
WEIGHT (lbs): 81.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 7
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 CRATE STAND-OFF
2
1
ELECTRICAL PANEL MOUNT
1
TM400 BASE SIDE (LEFT)
1
1
1
20
4
8
34
4
QTY
TM400 BASE SIDE (RIGHT)
JOINING PLATE
TM400 LOWER BASEPLATE (REAR)
TM400 LOWER BASEPLATE (FRONT)
BUMPER MOUNT
SHCS SS M6 X 12
SHCS SS M5 X 16
SS SHCS M4X16
FEET POLY
DESCRIPTION
TM-402 BASE (BOWL)
~
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267054
50
NAME
267053
49
267052
267021
45
48
221745
221754
221733
31
34
217211
35
PART NUMBER
29
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
17
33
8
6
DETAIL A
44
38
7
7
30
1
6
6
42
23
26
24
14
5
4
15
13
5
DETAIL A
TERMINAL BLOCK
SCALE 1:5
41
19
30
5
4
4
102528
102534
102535
3
4
5
107112
111008
113001
113003
17
18
19
20
266776
267244
58
3
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
SHCS SS M5X8
6
4
1
1
4
4
2
1
291680
WEIGHT (lbs): 81.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 7
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 CRATE STAND-OFF
BOWL ASSEMBLY DIN RAIL
FITTING, KQ2 INCH SIZE
M4 SS HEX NUT
FHCS SS M4 X 50
BHCS SS M6X10
6
VALVE, DUMP; SOFT START
SHCS SS M4 X 10
2
ONE TOUCH FITTING, SMC 010
1
1
AIR FITTING 1/4" EXHAUST MUFFL
1
FAN
1
6
3
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
QTY
FAN FILTER ASSEMBLY
SAFETY STICKER E-STOP W/ROTA
CABLE CLAMP 1/4 - .203 HOLE
TERM END CAP
TERM JUMPER
TERM BLOCK
SWITCH RESET
SWITCH - MAIN POWER
SWITCH CONTACT BLOCK (NC) (2)
SWITCH CONTACT BLOCK (NO)
SWITCH ESTOP
FILTER RFI 30A
TM-402 BASE (BOWL)
~
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
246542
42
44
NAME
225738
239104
40
41
223754
221742
38
33
221730
200685
26
30
200367
24
200294
104160
23
104159
15
104158
102586
14
13
7
102570
101906
6
PART NUMBER
1
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
40
20
3
18
7
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
8
36
12
11
39
7
7
2
55
6
6
5
5
22
28
27
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
37
36
102621
103215
103586
105830
200281
200367
200433
207054
217049
8
11
12
16
22
24
25
27
28
267244
58
3
DESCRIPTION
2
1
4
1
1
2
2
24
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
4
1
QTY
1
291680
WEIGHT (lbs): 81.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 4 OF 7
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 CRATE STAND-OFF
TM400 REAR PANEL
TM400 FRONT PANEL
FHCS SS M3 X 8
BHCS SS M5 X 12
BHCS SS M3 X 6
VHS20-N01-Z
SPACER 20 SERIES
AW20-N02BG-Z
ONE TOUCH FITTING, SMC 010
AIR FITTING, 1/4" MALE COUPLER
PANELVIEW
CONTROL KIT FOR OPEN FRAME CE
CONNECTOR PANEL MOUNT RJ-45
FUSE HOLDER
FILTER AC ENTRY FUSED
TM-402 BASE (BOWL)
~
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267059
55
NAME
267057
224035
223743
53
39
37
223711
101908
2
36
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
25
24
53
16
2
NOTE:
THE PANELVIEW (105830) AND THE TM-400 FRONT
PANEL (267057) SHOULD NOT BE PLACED UNTIL
THE FINAL ASSEMBLY OF THE TM-402 (291683).
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
32
45
36
7
57
7
6
6
56
36
21
9
5
5
31
10
43
54
32
52
4
4
2
SHOULDER BOLT RECEIVER (1/2'' PLATE)
267021
267056
267058
267060
267077
52
54
56
57
3
2
1
4
1
2
1
4
20
1
24
16
34
1
291680
WEIGHT (lbs): 81.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 5 OF 7
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 CRATE STAND-OFF
TM400 INPUT PLATE (BOWL)
PANEL MOUNT
BUMPER MOUNT
SHCS SS M4 X 20
TM-402 BASE (BOWL)
~
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
PVO
DATE
DRAWN
NAME
ENG APPR.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
TM400 MID PANEL
249968
43
45
267244
SMC PART # (KK2S-06E)
223711
36
58
BHCS SS M3 X 6
221736
32
RECEPTICAL
SS SHCS M4X16
157030
1
2
D SUB 37 PIN (F)
221733
103020
10
QTY
DESCRIPTION
D SUB MOUNTING HEX POST (2)
21
103012
9
1
31
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
NOTE:
THE D SUB 37 PIN (F) (103020), RECEPTICAL (157030),
SMC PART #(KK25-06E) (249968), AND THE TM-400 MID
PANEL (267058) SHOULD NOT BE PLACED UNTIL THE
FINAL ASSEMBLY OF THE TM-402 (291683).
3
A
B
C
D
6
45
5
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
2
DESCRIPTION
1
QTY
D
A
267244
58
3
2
4
20
24
1
291680
WEIGHT (lbs): 81.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 6 OF 7
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 CRATE STAND-OFF
BUMPER MOUNT
BHCS SS M3 X 6
TM-402 BASE (BOWL)
~
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
267021
45
DATE
223711
36
NAME
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
A
B
7
4
NOTE:
THE BUMPER MOUNTS (267021) SHOULD BE PLACED ON THE
UNDER SIDE OF THE TM-400 TAPER BASEPLATE (267069)DURING
THE FINAL ASSEMBLY OF THE TM-402 (291683).
5
B
36
6
C
8
7
C
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
FROM 291674
8
P217049
7
P249968
7
P200433
6
6
5
5
P200685
4
4
3
TO 291674
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
1
2
1
291680
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.00
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 7 OF 7
REV
TM400 BASE PNEUMATICS DRAWING
TITLE:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
9/4/2013
PVO
NAME
2
TO 291666
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
TO 291665
A
B
C
D
DESCRIPTION
RELEASE
REV.
A
DATE
REVISI
2
9/10/2013
DATE
PVO
APPROVED
1
A
8
7
6
ELECTRICAL PANEL SIDE A
5
4
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
3
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
2
1
291668
WEIGHT (lbs): 16.64
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 6
REV
TM402 ELECTRICAL PANEL (BOWL 240V)
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
NAME
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
ELECTRICAL PANEL SIDE B
A
B
ECO #
3
B
4
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
21
22
7
DETAIL A
WIRE CHASE ATTACHMENT
SCALE 1:3
7
6
ELECTRICAL PANEL SIDE A
23
6
5
5
27
26
4
DETAIL B
DIN RAIL ATTACHMENT
SCALE 1:3
20
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
223750
238044
239105
267029
267030
267031
267032
21
22
23
25
26
27
28
~
3
DESCRIPTION
4
3
1
1
12
24
12
5
QTY
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 WIRE CHASE #2
TM-400 WIRE CHASE #1
TM-400 DIN RAIL - SHORT
TM-400 ELECTRICAL PANEL
M5 SS HEX NUT
M5 SS FLAT WASHER
SHBS SS M5 X 16
BHCS SS M6X8
1
2
1
291668
WEIGHT (lbs): 16.64
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 6
REV
TM402 ELECTRICAL PANEL (BOWL 240V)
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
223749
NAME
PART NUMBER
20
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
25
28
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
5
7
7
5
6
6
6
2
5
9
10
9
BLOCK OF 2
10
9
ELECTRICAL PANEL SIDE A
19
BLOCK OF 8
5
BLOCK OF 2
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
104160
105836
10
19
~
3
DESCRIPTION
1
9
36
8
1
2
1
1
QTY
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
ETHERNET SWITCH 5 TP RJ45 PORT
TERM END CAP
TERM BLOCK
TERMINAL GROUND BLOCK
CE POWER LINE INPUT FILTER
RODIX CE-44-240V
SWITCHING POWER SUPPLY
STI FGR31-24S 44532-3113
1
2
1
291668
WEIGHT (lbs): 16.64
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 6
REV
TM402 ELECTRICAL PANEL (BOWL 240V)
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
104158
NAME
104157
9
103580
5
8
102595
3
103581
102198
6
PART NUMBER
2
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
3
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
21
8
7
DETAIL A
WIRE CHASE ATTACHMENT
SCALE 1:3
22
7
6
ELECTRICAL PANEL SIDE B
23
6
20
5
27
29
DETAIL B
DIN RAIL ATTACHMENT
SCALE 1:3
5
4
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
223750
238044
239105
267029
267031
267032
21
22
23
25
27
28
3
DESCRIPTION
1
4
3
1
12
24
12
5
QTY
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 DIN RAIL - LONG
TM-400 WIRE CHASE #2
TM-400 WIRE CHASE #1
TM-400 ELECTRICAL PANEL
M5 SS HEX NUT
M5 SS FLAT WASHER
SHBS SS M5 X 16
BHCS SS M6X8
1
2
1
291668
WEIGHT (lbs): 16.64
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 4 OF 6
REV
TM402 ELECTRICAL PANEL (BOWL 240V)
TITLE:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
9/10/13
RH
DRAWN
NAME
267033
223749
29
PART NUMBER
20
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
28
25
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
1
8
8
10
BLOCK OF 8
7
7
10
9
BLOCK OF 11
7
24
9
4
10
9
BLOCK OF 3
1
12
14
5
6
5
ELECTRICAL PANEL SIDE B
11
BLOCK OF 18 BLOCK OF 3
6
17
16
13
1
4
15
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
105833
246539
24
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
3
DESCRIPTION
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
9
36
8
1
1
QTY
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
SMC PART # (KQ2U07-00)
BUS TERMINATOR MODULE
MICRO 800 MEMORY
MICRO 800 ISOLATED
A-B 2085-OB16
A-B 2080-LC50-24QBB
2 CHANNEL THERMOCOUPLE PLUG IN
STI CM-S4 44536-0040
PLC RELAY OPTOCOUPLER 24VDC
TERM END CAP
TERM BLOCK
TERMINAL BLOCK, FUSE MODULE
BUZZER
A-B 440-C23139
1
2
1
291668
WEIGHT (lbs): 16.64
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 5 OF 6
REV
TM402 ELECTRICAL PANEL (BOWL 240V)
TITLE:
9/10/13
RH
DRAWN
DATE
105829
17
18
NAME
105828
105117
12
105826
104178
11
16
104160
10
15
104158
9
105814
104139
7
105813
102640
4
14
102173
13
PART NUMBER
1
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
18
3
A
B
C
D
9.72
4
ECO #
DESCRIPTION
RELEASE
REV.
A
3
REVISI
2
9/11/2013
DATE
PVO
APPROVED
1
A
B
8
7
7.50
6
5
4
34.00
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
2
1
291684
WEIGHT (lbs): 10.68
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 4
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-402 GUARD ASSEMBLY (BOWL)
TITLE:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
9/11/13
RH
NAME
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
NOTE:
BUILD AS YOU GO
NOT AS OWN ASSEMBLY
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
13
18
23
7
7
28
18
6
6
5
5
25
4
4
223713
223736
267040
267041
267075
267076
267078
267422
13
18
20
21
23
24
25
28
9/11/13
~
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
3
DATE
221706
NAME
PART NUMBER
7
DESCRIPTION
2
5
1
1
1
1
1
16
16
3
QTY
1
291684
WEIGHT (lbs): 10.68
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 4
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
GUARD BRACKET
P&P ENCLOSURE TOP (BOWL)
P&P ENCLOSURE FLOOR (BOWL)
P&P ENCLOSURE SIDE, BOWL
P&P GUARD, FILLER, FRONT
P&P GUARD MOUNT
BHCS SS M4 X 12
BHCS SS M3 X 12
SHCS SS M2.5 X 16
TM-402 GUARD ASSEMBLY (BOWL)
TITLE:
1
NOTE:
BUILD AS YOU GO
NOT AS OWN ASSEMBLY
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
21
24
20
7
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
32
16
7
DETAIL A
HINGE ASSEMBLY
SCALE 1:3
30
13
7
31
6
19
27
4
14
6
6
13
5
5
33
34
5
11
3
12
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
267435
267436
32
33
~
3
2
1
2
6
6
1
1
1
6
16
2
16
6
6
12
3
3
3
QTY
1
291684
WEIGHT (lbs): 10.68
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 4
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
CATCH MOUNT (SIDE)
CATCH MOUNT
HINGE INNER
HINGE OUTER
P&P ENCLOSURE DOOR SIDE, TUBE
P&P ENCLOSURE DOOR REAR
P&P ENCLOSURE DOOR FRONT
FHCS SS M3 X 6
BHCS SS M4 X 10
BHCS SS M3 X 16
BHCS SS M3 X 12
BHCS SS M3 X 6
BHCS SS 4-40 X 1/2
1/8 X 3/4 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
TM-402 GUARD ASSEMBLY (BOWL)
TITLE:
9/11/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
DATE
ENG APPR.
NAME
267437
267434
31
267432
225711
19
30
223730
16
267421
223714
14
267420
223713
13
27
223711
26
223009
219003
6
12
217309
5
11
216655 STRIKE
PLATE
4
pull handle
CATCH
STRIKE PLATE
216655 CATCH
3
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
34
1
NOTE:
BUILD AS YOU GO
NOT AS OWN ASSEMBLY
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
26
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
17
1
22
13
7
7
5
29
6
1
10
2
5
15
29
NOTE:
FRONT DOOR PART NUMBER 105116
ARE UPSIDE DOWN, AND USE A
DIFFERENT FASTENER TO MOUNT
6
1
9
4
4
13
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
8
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
1
221733
221735
223713
223729
223733
267049
267423
9
10
13
15
17
22
29
9/11/13
~
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
3
DATE
SS SHCS M4X16
221731
8
NAME
SHCS SS M4 X 12
107106
2
DESCRIPTION
105116
1
291684
WEIGHT (lbs): 10.68
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
REV
SHEET 4 OF 4
TM-402 GUARD ASSEMBLY (BOWL)
2
6
3
2
2
16
2
4
4
2
3
QTY
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
SWITCH STAND-OFF
SWITCH MOUNT, METRIC
BHCS SS M4 X 16
BHCS SS M4 X 8
BHCS SS M3 X 12
SHCS SS M4 X 20
CABLE CLAMP 1/4 - .203 HOLE
READ HEAD FOR CM-S4; 3 METER
PART NUMBER
1
TITLE:
1
NOTE:
BUILD AS YOU GO
NOT AS OWN ASSEMBLY
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
22
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
32.75
6
6
8.70
34.12
5
5
4
4
3
PVO
PVO
APPROVED
2
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 1 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
7/22/2016
6/27/14
DATE
1
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
6/5/2014
RH
NAME
2
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
REVISI
REPLACE 110012 WITH 168942
RELEASE
A
B
DESCRIPTION
REV.
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
8.61
2909
ECO #
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
55
25
7
7
29
48
31
6
46
6
30
25
5
5
42
4
29
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
45
3
3
2
221733
267015
31
42
267414
55
~
DESCRIPTION
2
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
16
21
4
4
9
QTY
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 2 OF 10
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
P&P BRIDGE PLATE
BUMPER MOUNT
HEAD ENCLOSURE, REAR
HEAD ENCLOSURE, FRONT
E-CHAIN MOUNT
P&P ENCLOSURE LOWER (FRONT)
P&P ENCLOSURE LOWER (REAR)
SS SHCS M4X16
SHCS SS M4 X 12
SHCS SS M2.5 X 10
SHCS SS M3 X 12
SHCS SS M2.5 X 16
1
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
6/5/2014
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267021
48
NAME
267018
267019
45
46
267017
221731
30
44
221721
29
267016
221713
27
43
221706
PART NUMBER
25
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
43
44
27
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
16
32
8
8
26
13
7
7
15
7
12
9
5
14
7
10
6
6
8
5
5
8
32
8
4
4
107108
107111
7
8
200259
200801
221711
221741
16
26
32
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
3
DESCRIPTION
1
SHCS SS M3 X 8
2
2
16
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 3 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
SHCS SS M5 X 8
1
AIR REGULATOR SMC ARJ210-M5
GUAGE PRESSURE GP-100
1
2
1
1
1
10
4
1
QTY
AIR FIT 1/8NPT FEMALE X 1/8TB
AIR FIT 90 DEG 10-32 X 1/8 TB
AIR FITTING 10-32 X 1/16 TB ELBOW
CABLE CLAMP 3/4-.203 HOLE
CABLE CLAMP 9/16-.203 HOLE
CABLE CLAMP 1/2-.203 HOLE
CABLE CLAMP 5/16-.203
SUNX PM-R44P
1
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
6/5/2014
RH
DRAWN
DATE
200401
15
NAME
200267
14
200260
12
13
107113
10
107112
104994
9
2
PART NUMBER
5
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
8
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
41
40
36
7
7
6
DETAIL A
6
30
5
5
50
18
(1) LT 609
47
18
4
3
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
3
2
4
4
1
2
4
21
4
8
4
3
17
QTY
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 4 OF 10
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
IDELR SHAFT
P&P BEARING MOUNT
BOWL ASSEMBLY DIN RAIL
M6 SS FLAT WASHER
BHCS SS M6X8
SHCS SS M4 X 12
McMASTER CARR 92725A550
BEARING, 3/8ID X 7/8OD
TERM END CAP
TERM JUMPER
TERM BLOCK
DESCRIPTION
1
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
6/5/2014
RH
DRAWN
DATE
267025
50
NAME
267020
238045
40
47
223749
36
266776
221731
41
204138
204051
18
30
104160
4
19
104159
104158
3
PART NUMBER
2
1
4
BLOCK OF 11
DETAIL A
TERMINAL BLOCK
SCALE 1:1.5
BLOCK OF 4
1
3
2
ITEM NO.
BLOCK OF 2
1
4
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
(1) LT 609
19
4
A
B
C
D
28
17
2
34
24
31
48
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
1
A
B
8
7
6
5
4
~
QTY
3
2
6
6
16
11
2
1
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 5 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
BUMPER MOUNT
BHCS SS M3 X 6
SS SHCS M4X16
SHCS SS M3 X 16
RUBBER FOOT
RAIL, HIWIN 622 MM
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
6/5/2014
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267021
48
NAME
223711
34
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
221733
31
217210
24
221714
202090
17
28
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
22
1
7
8
7
NOTE:
MOTOR PARTS WILL BE ATTACHED
WHEN INSTALLING P&P ASSEMBLY
ONTO BASE ASSEMBLY (291672).
(3) LT 242
8
39
21
49
1
52
51
6
6
53
31
5
6
5
1
4
30
54
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
20
56
3
22970
105827
6
267022
49
~
3
54
56
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
16
21
2
1
4
1
6
QTY
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 6 OF 10
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
LED LIGHT BAR
P&P BRIDGE PLATE
LED LIGHT STRIP
P&P MOTOR MOUNT
P&P DRIVE PULLEY
MOTOR NUT
BELT IDLER
AS CUP SET 10-32 x 1/4
SS SHCS M4X16
SHCS SS M4 X 12
PULLEY TIMING 18 TEETH MISUMI
GATES TP444XL037
SHIM, 3/8 ID, 9/16 OD, .010 THICK
MOTOR DRIVE FOR NEMA 24
AS CUP SET M4 x 6mm
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
6/5/2014
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267415
NAME
267414
267247
54
56
267246
53
55
267163
52
267162
230024
51
221733
39
221731
211058
31
30
22
210109
207025
PART NUMBER
21
55
DETAIL B
SECTION VIEW
LIGHT STRIP ATTACHMENT
SCALE 1:2
1
20
1
NOTE:
ADHESIVE ON LIGHT STRIP TO GO
SIDE ON LIGHT BAR THAT ATTACHES
TO THE P&P BRIDGE PLATE. LIGHT
STRIP TO BE CENTERED IN LIGHT BAR.
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
22
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
6
38
58
7
6
NOTE:
THIS IS THE FINAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PICK & PLACE
HEAD (291665) AS NOTED ON THE ASSEMBLY
DRAWING.
7
5
5
4
4
291665
58
~
3
DESCRIPTION
2
1
4
QTY
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 7 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
FHCS SS M4 X 12
1
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
6/5/2014
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
225731
NAME
PART NUMBER
38
2
ITEM NO.
SECTION VIEW
SCALE 1:3
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
38
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
35
57
7
7
33
11
36
59
6
6
B
4
23
37
5
35
4
3
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
211535
221763
223712
223749
223753
267433
268942
23
33
35
36
37
57
59
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
3
DESCRIPTION
2
B
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 37.18
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 8 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
1
1
TOWER LIGHT ADAPTER
2
P&P COVER
4
15
4
1
1
QTY
BHCS SS M6 X 12
BHCS SS M6X8
BHCS SS M3 X 8
SHCS SS M4 X 8
E-CHAIN 400
TOWER LIGHT-RED, AMBER, GREEN
1
TM-400 PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
6/5/2014
RH
DRAWN
DATE
110011
NAME
PART NUMBER
11
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
NOTE:
THE P&P COVER (267026), TOWER LIGHT (110011), AND
FOLDING BRACKET (110012) SHOULD NOT BE PLACED
UNTIL THE FINAL ASSEMBLY OF THE MACHINE.
5
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
FROM 291672
7
6
200401
6
5
5
4
4
3
2
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
1
2
1
291822
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.00
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 9 OF 10
REV
TM400 PNEUMATICS PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY
TITLE:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
9/10/12
RH
DRAWN
NAME
TO 291665
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
200801
3
A
B
C
D
7.76
4
ECO #
RELEASE
A
2
DATE
REVISIONS
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
3
8/22/2013
DATE
PVO
APPROVED
1
A
B
8
7
5.35
6
7.30
5
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
2
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
TITLE:
8/15/2013
RH
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
4
50
47
8
8
7
28
51
7
6
45
6
35
29
5
5
26
54
4
4
267004
267006
267009
267010
267013
45
47
50
51
54
3
2
1
1
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 10
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
P&P MANIFOLD
LOWER STOP
1
1
UPPER STOP
1
2
5
2
2
2
QTY
CYLINDER MOUNT
P&P BACKPLATE
FHCS SS M3 X 12
SHCS SS M3 X 12
SHCS SS M3 X 10
3/16 X 1/2 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
BUMPER
DESCRIPTION
1
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
TITLE:
8/15/2013
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
225714
35
NAME
221713
29
219041
26
221712
200153
28
PART NUMBER
4
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
3
27
42
16
8
33
(2) LT 262 5
21
6
6
53
11
5
5
46
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
200259
200261
200273
201026
209101
221711
221713
221716
223728
249974
267005
267012
10
11
12
16
21
27
29
30
33
42
46
53
3
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
1
1
2
5
7
2
1
1
1
1
10
QTY
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
SPRING ANCHOR MOUNT
VACUUM GENERATOR MODIFICATION
HIWINN MGN-15 BLOCK
BHCS SS M4 X 6
SHCS SS M3 X 20
SHCS SS M3 X 12
SHCS SS M3 X 8
SPRING ANCHOR
FILTER
AIR FIT 5/32 TB 10-32 MALE
AIR FIR 10-32 TEE TO 1/16" TB
AIR FITTING 10-32 X 1/16 TB ELBOW
10-32 x 1/16 HOSE BARB
1
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
TITLE:
8/15/2013
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
200253
NAME
PART NUMBER
8
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
29
10
12
30
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
14
43
2
3
6
6
5
5
1
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
200062
200063
200343
221766
266482
2
3
14
32
43
3
2
2
4
2
2
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 4 OF 10
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
CYLINDER BUMPER
SHCS SS M5 X 5
AS 1 2 0 1F-M3-01 (SMC)
2
1
CYLINDER NUT
CYLINDER AIR PIN W/O P. SWITCH
QTY
DESCRIPTION
SMC VACUUM SENSOR (ZSE30A-C4L-PLA2)
1
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
TITLE:
8/15/2013
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
102597
NAME
PART NUMBER
1
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
32
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
SEE SHEET 8 FOR
NOZZLE INFORMATION
13
20
7
27
39
(1) LT 609 6
21
22
6
6
48
44
37
41
34
7
5
5
4
4
224035
230083
34
37
TITLE:
3
DESCRIPTION
2
1
2
2
1
2
4
7
1
2
1
2
QTY
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 5 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
ROTATE HOUSING
HEAVY WASHER
M5 SS HEX NUT
M4X4 SS SET SCREW
McMASTER CARR 91390A232
FHCS SS M3 X 8
SHCS SS M3 X 8
LeeSpring-MS24586-1054
SPRING ANCHOR
ROTARY ACTUATOR 180 DEGREE
AIR FITTING, NEEDLE VALVE
1
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
8/15/2013
RH
NAME
267007
DRAWN
48
266483
221711
27
44
209250
22
239105
209101
21
41
202502
20
231724
200280
39
PART NUMBER
13
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
54
7
7
27
52
9
6
6
6
5
31
23
5
5
40
6
38
24
(2) LT 262
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
4
221731
231038
236062
267011
267013
31
38
40
52
54
3
2
1
1
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 6 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
P&P MANIFOLD
HOME SENSOR FLAG
1
10
M2 X 25 SS SLOTTED CHEESE HEAD
SCREW
6
2
15
1
5
2
10
6
2
QTY
M5 X 5 ALLOY SET SCREW
SHCS SS M4 X 12
SHCS SS M3 X 10
ORING 5/16
BELT COUPLER Misumi-TBCS-XL037
AIR VALVE
AIR FIT 1/8 BARB X 10-32MALE
10-32 x 1/16 HOSE BARB
AIR FIT 10-32 M SS MUFFLER
FITTING
DESCRIPTION
1
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
TITLE:
8/15/2013
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
221712
NAME
212001
28
200636
15
24
200254
9
210072
200253
8
23
200207
200201
6
PART NUMBER
5
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
15
8
3
A
B
C
D
36
4
3
2
1
A
B
8
7
6
5
4
3
DESCRIPTION
2
2
QTY
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 7 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
FHCS SS M4 X 12
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
TITLE:
8/15/2013
RH
PVO
DRAWN
DATE
ENG APPR.
NAME
225731
36
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
NOTE:
THE 2 HALVES OF THE PICK & PLACE HEAD WILL BE
ATTACHED TO EACH OTHER WHEN BEING PLACED
ON THE PICK & PLACE ASSEMBLY (291666).
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
DETAIL A
SPT NOZZLE
SCALE 1:1
7
6
5
17
7
7
18
49
DETAIL B
CONVUM NOZZLE
SCALE 1:1
5
56
COMPLETE NOZZLE SET
SCALE 2:1
6
4
4
19
25
7
55
267090
267091
55
56
3
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 2.50
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 8 OF 10
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 NOZZLE (SPT)
TM-400 NOZZLE (QUAD)
TM-400 NOZZLE (CONVUM)
QUAD NOZZLE O-RING
NOZZLE QUAD LARGE VISION
VACUUM CUP A1 100
1
3
VACUUM CUP PFG-5U
QTY
DESCRIPTION
Clippard 11750-2-PKG 3-56 to 1/16” ID
Hose Fitting
1
TM400 PICK & PLACE HEAD
~
TITLE:
8/15/2013
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267008
49
NAME
201297
212025
19
25
201207
201271
17
200208
18
PART NUMBER
7
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DETAIL C
QUAD NOZZLE
SCALE 1:1
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
E
F
8
FROM 291672
FROM 291666
8
200636
7
VALVE #5
200636
VALVE #4
200636
VALVE #2
200636
VALVE #3
200636
VALVE #1
7
200207
200207
200207
200207
200207
200207
6
200692
200692
200692
200692
200692
200692
266670
6
5
5
200030
200030
202502
102527
201032
4
TO NOZZLE
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHI NED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
VALVE #1
VALVE #2
VALVE #3
VALVE #4
VALVE #5
3
P VO
RH
NAME
DATE
~
9/4/20 13
THE INFO RMATIO N IN TH IS DO CUMENT IS PRO PR IETAR Y AND CO NF IDENTIAL. IT
MAY NO T B E REPR ODUCED, TR ANSMITTED, O R USED WITH O UT TH E EX PR ESS
PER MISSIO N O F V-TEK INC., MANKATO , MN
1
FINISH
MATERIAL
291665
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.00
C
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 9 OF 10
REV
TM400 P&P HEAD PNEUMATIC DRAWING
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
2
B
C
D
E
F
50.25
17.63
19.41
4
ECO #
RELEASE
A
2
DATE
REVISI
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
3
9/6/2013
DATE
PVO
APPROVED
1
A
B
8
7
6
5
1.79
4
3
2
1
291674
WEIGHT (lbs): 40082.08
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 3
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 TAPER ASSEMBLY
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
TITLE:
9/6/13
RH
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
16.19
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
291678
291626
291624
7
7
291677
291583
6
290942
6
1
5
5
2
3
4
291675
291676
4
4
221174
2
291583
291624
291626
291675
291676
291677
291678
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
290945
6
3
RH
~
9/6/13
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
291674
WEIGHT (lbs): 40082.08
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 3
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
FRONT TRACK ASSEMBLY
24V TAKE UP ASSEMBLY
TM-400 TAPER MOTOR ENCLOSURE
TM-400 TAPER BASE
1
1
TM500 OUTER SEAL PSA & HEAT
1
1
1
1
4
2
4
QTY
TM500 INNER SEAL PSA & HEAT
COVER TAPE ASSEMBLY
TM50 INFEED ARM CARRIER TAPE
TM50 COVER TAPE GUIDE
BHCS SS 10-32 X 1/2
BHCS SS 6-32 X 3/8
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 7/8
SHCS SS 4-40 X 3/8
TM-400 TAPER ASSEMBLY
PVO
DATE
290942
5
NAME
223053
4
223025
221002
3
PART NUMBER
1
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
290945
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
FROM 291672
VALVE #1
7
7
200401
VALVE #2
6
6
200636
VALVE #1
200636
200207
200801
200207
VALVE #2
5
5
200207
200207
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
200030
3
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
1
2
1
291674
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.00
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 3
REV
TM400 TAPER PNEUMATICS DRAWING
TITLE:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
9/4/2013
PVO
NAME
200030
200029
2
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
200029
200692
200692
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
6
35.00
6
5
5
1.79
5.27
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
2
RH
RH
PVO
APPROVED
1
1
291675
WEIGHT (lbs): 62.2864
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SHEET 1 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
6/18/2014
4/16/2014
9/5/2013
DATE
TM-400 TAPER BASE
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
TITLE:
9/5/13
RH
NAME
DRAWN
13.25
REMOVE PART #111106
2
DATE
REVISI
ADD GROMMET (212703)
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
7.06
B
C
RELEASE
A
2806
DESCRIPTION
REV.
2791
ECO #
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
6
56
7
7
69
36
32
17
46
6
6
60
17
5
5
4
4
31
(1) LT 609
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
16
221029
221030
221065
241003
250015
250075
261043
261093
267069
31
32
36
46
47
49
56
60
69
3
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
4
4
2
4
2
1
QTY
1
291675
WEIGHT (lbs): 62.2864
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SHEET 2 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 TAPER BASEPLATE
TRACK BEARING MOUNT, TM50
TRACK SUPPORT BRACKET
THREADED ROD, 1/2-13 X 1 5/8"
BEARING MOUNT
BALL PLUNGER 1/4-20
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 1-1/4
SHCS SS 8-32 X 3/4
SHCS SS 8-32 X 3/4
BEARING, SIMPLICITY FL08
BEARING, 3/8ID X 7/8OD
SAFETY STICKER
TM-400 TAPER BASE
~
TITLE:
9/5/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
204053
17
NAME
204051
111006
16
PART NUMBER
6
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
47
49
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
63
43
65
30
64
44
50
24
54
62
37
18
66
53
7
28
20
7
48
55
27
26
70
4
6
6
41
68
40
C
28
35
5
5
4
4
266746
266747
267068
267070
65
66
68
70
3
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
291675
WEIGHT (lbs): 62.2864
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SHEET 3 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 TAPER REAR TRACK
TRACK COVER
SHORT TRACK COVER #2
SHORT REAR TRACK
1
1
SHORT TRACK COVER
1
1
1
1
DRIVE SPROCKET, 50 PIN
SPROCKET GUARD
IDLER ARM SHAFT
DRIVE IDLER
IDLER ARM
DRIVE SHAFT
1
1
FLANGE BUSHING MODIFICATION
1
10-24 X 1/4 SS SET SCREW
1
9
1
1
2
4
1
1
2
1/4 X 5/8 SLOTTED SHOULDER SCREW
8-32 X 1/8 STEEL SET SCREW
FHCS SS 4-40 X 1/4
BHCS SS 10-24 X 3/8
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 1
SHCS SS 6-32 X 3/4
1/4 X 1 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
1/8 X 5/8 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
1/8 X 1/2 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
ORING 028 NEOPRENE
SPRING, TORSION RIGHT HAND WOU
7
1
BEARING SFR-188ZZEE
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
FIBER OPTIC FU-57TZ
TM-400 TAPER BASE
~
TITLE:
9/5/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
266738
64
NAME
266736
260577
55
266737
260576
54
62
260574
63
255590
250016
48
53
234013
50
231019
223044
225001
37
40
44
221064
35
43
221017
30
230016
219015
28
41
219002
219001
27
26
209022
212008
20
24
204055
105123
18
PART NUMBER
4
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
57
59
18
(1) LT 609
6
29
58
2
6
5
5
52
34
38
4
(1) LT 609
67
4
61
42
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
23
261098
266748
61
67
3
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
7
2
1
1
7
QTY
1
291675
WEIGHT (lbs): 62.2864
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SHEET 4 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TAPE GUIDE MOUNT
GEAR MODIFICATION, 34T
SHAFT, IDLER ADJUSTER
COVER, SEALER INNER
SHAFT, THREADED ADJUSTER
FRONT GUIDE SHAFT
10-24 X 3/16 STEEL SET SCREW
BHCS 1/4-20 X 5/8
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 3/4
1/4 X 1-3/4 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
PULLEY, .080 PITCH X 120 GROOVE
SHIM, 3/8 ID, 9/16 OD, .010 THICK
BEARING SFR-188ZZEE
TM-400 TAPER BASE
~
TITLE:
9/5/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
261068
59
NAME
261060
258574
52
261062
230023
42
58
223061
38
57
219072
211018
23
221063
207025
19
29
204055
34
PART NUMBER
18
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
18
19
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
2
1
BLOCK OF 2
1
3
1
3
7
7
BLOCK OF 4
DETAIL A
TERMINAL BLOCK
SCALE 1:2
BLOCK OF 3
8
1
8
B
25
6
22
6
34
45
5
12
21
5
13
51
8
10
5
11
33
4
4
14
9
71
39
DETAIL A
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
7
200312
12
256607
267071
51
71
3
2
1
1
1
2
2
7
4
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
4
3
9
QTY
1
291675
WEIGHT (lbs): 62.2864
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SHEET 5 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 TAPER DIN RAIL
MOTOR MOUNT
FLAT WASHER, 1/4"
BHCS SS M6X10
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 3/4
SHCS SS 10-24 x 5/8
GROMMET 5/16 ID 5/8 OD 1/16 TK
PULLEY, 24T
BELT TIMING (TB20UP6-105)
AIR FLOW CONTROL
AIR VALVE
PLUG METRIC SIZE 06, SMC
10-32 MALE/6MM PUSH FIT PISCO
AIRFIT 10-32 TEETO 1/8"
AIR FIT 1/8 BARB X 10-32MALE
10-32 x 1/16 HOSE BARB
AIR FIT 10-32 M SS MUFFLER
FITTING
STM23S-2AN
TERM END CAP
TERM JUMPER
TERM BLOCK
DESCRIPTION
TM-400 TAPER BASE
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
TITLE:
9/5/13
RH
DRAWN
DATE
238024
NAME
223754
45
221063
39
34
221045
211013
22
212703
210019
21
33
200692
15
25
200636
14
200369
200254
200262
10
11
200207
200253
200201
7
8
105726
5
9
104160
3
104158
104159
13
2
PART NUMBER
2
1
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
15
3
A
B
C
D
10.67
6.98
7.06
4
ECO #
DESCRIPTION
RELEASE
REV.
A
3
REVISI
2
9/6/2013
DATE
PVO
APPROVED
1
A
B
8
7
6
5
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
2
1
291676
WEIGHT (lbs): 3.63
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 3
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 TAPER MOTOR ENCLOSURE
TITLE:
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
9/6/13
RH
NAME
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
NOTE:
BUILD AS YOU GO
NOT AS OWN ASSEMBLY
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
12
24
35
24
7
28
36
1
7
3
14
23
16
2
4
24
13
34
6
27
6
38
9
22
29
5
5
26
15
20
31
21
18
25
19
30
37
23
4
3
DRAWN
3
RH
PVO
~
9/6/13
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
291676
WEIGHT (lbs): 3.63
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 3
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 TAKEUP CONTROL BOARD PCBA
1
1
COVER PLATE LEFT
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
4
13
8
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
1
7
2
QTY
COVER PLATE RIGHT
TM-400 TAPER REAR PANEL
PANEL, FRONT-BASE MACHINE
SEAL LOCK, SPROCKET SIDE
SIDE ENCLOSURE RH, TM50
SIDE ENCLOSURE LH, TM50
CONDUIT HOUSING, SIZE 11
6-32 SS HEX NUT
BHCS 8-32 X 3/8
BHCS SS 6-32 X 3/8
BHCS SS 6-32 X 1/4
BHCS SS 4-40 X 1/4
SHCS SS 8-32 x .63 LG
SHCS SS 8-32 X 3/8
HOLE PLUG 1/2" BLACK
KNOB BLACK
KNOB M4 RED
GUAGE PRESSURE GP-100
AIR REGULATOR SMC ARJ210-M5
AIR FIT 1/8NPT FEMALE X 1/8TB
AIR FIT 90 DEG 10-32 X 1/8 TB
AIR FITTING 10-32 X 1/16 TB ELBOW
SAFETY STICKER EX. POINT
HEX STANDOFF 6-32 500 ALUM
RECEPT AMP 7 PIN AMP
PLUG AMP 7 PIN
PIN AMP (F) (18AWG)
SWITCH PUSH SPST-NO 10A 120V
1
TM-400 TAPER MOTOR ENCLOSURE
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DATE
291719
38
NAME
267073
267074
36
267072
37
35
267066
263063
34
261051
261050
29
31
246511
28
30
239002
223034
27
223025
26
223024
24
25
223008
23
221028
221026
21
22
217416
20
217044
217042
18
19
200801
17
200401
200267
15
200259
13
200260
111004
12
14
106110
103064
4
9
103063
3
102611
103044
16
2
PART NUMBER
2
1
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
NOTE:
BUILD AS YOU GO
NOT AS OWN ASSEMBLY
17
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
32
7
7
33
5
6
6
6
11
10
5
5
7
8
4
4
104987
104988
105807
107101
107107
263370
265739
6
7
8
10
11
32
33
9/6/13
~
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
3
DATE
104952
NAME
PART NUMBER
5
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
QTY
1
291676
WEIGHT (lbs): 3.63
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 3
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
LOW COVER FIBER MOUNT(LONG)
EPD MOUNT
CABLE CLAMP 5/16-.203
CABLE CLAMP 1/8-.140
OP-73864
AMPLIFIER EPD
FS-N11CN_11CP_13CP
FIBER OPTIC FU-35FA
TM-400 TAPER MOTOR ENCLOSURE
TITLE:
1
NOTE:
BUILD AS YOU GO
NOT AS OWN ASSEMBLY
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
2
RELEASE
REPLACE PART NUMBER 250309 WITH PART NUMBER
267573
A
B
DESCRIPTION
REV.
REVISIONS
11/14/2014
DATE
1
RH
APPROVED
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
~
x
DATE
3/19/13
RH
NAME
2
1
291624
WEIGHT (lbs): 833.81
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 1 OF 2
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM500 INNER SEAL PSA & HEAT
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
A
B
2832
ECO #
3
B
4
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
12
8
NOTE:
SET SCREWS SHOULD
CONTACT FLAT CUTS ON
END OF SLIDER SHAFT
27
10
17
24
19
20
26
15
16
8
7
14
7
7
13
11
2
18
3
6
6
28
9
5
5
1
23
25
21
8
5
6
4
22
B
#609
4
3
261122
26
3
SMC AIR CYLINDER, CJPB-15-10
3/19/13
~
x
DATE
2
1
1
1
1
B
1
291624
WEIGHT (lbs): 833.81
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 2 OF 2
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
UPPER SEALL ROLLER
BUMPER, 5MM CYLINDER
HEAT SHOE, ADJUSTABLE SEALER
BUMPER, 5MM CYLINDER
1
1
ANIVL - INNER
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
QTY.
HEAD PLATE
1
UPPER ROLLER MOUNT
SLIDER SHAFT
RETAINING PIN, HEAT SHOE
HEAT BLOCK ISOLATOR
HEAT BLOCK
SEAL ROLLER, LOWER
HEATER WATTLOW 25W
THERMOCOUPLE
10-24 X 1/4 SS SET SCREW
10-24 X 1/8 SS SET SCREW
4-40 X 1/8 STEEL SET SCREW
BHCS SS 10-32 X 1/2
BHCS SS 5-40 X 1/4
SHCS SS 4-40 X .75 LG
DOWEL PIN CRS 1/8 DIA x 3/4 LG
DOWEL CRS .125 DIA X .50 LG.
SPRING; CUSTOM, SS
SPRING, STAINLESS STEEL
BEARING 1/8 ID X 3/8 DIA FLANGED
RH
NAME
DESCRIPTION
AIR CYLINDER, SMC CJPB-6-10-B
AIR FITTING 10-32 X 1/16 TB ELBOW
2
TM500 INNER SEAL PSA & HEAT
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
267573
261075
25
28
261035
24
261753
261034
23
27
261033
260669
20
22
260666
19
261032
260657
18
21
250159
231018
13
244012
230001
12
17
223053
11
16
223015
10
231019
221005
9
244010
219207
8
14
219206
7
15
209244
6
209051
200259
3
5
200030
2
204056
200029
1
4
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
#609 APPLY LOCTITE 609 AS NOTED
4
A
B
C
D
REPLACE PART NUMBER 250309 WITH PART NUMBER
267573
RELEASE
A
B
DESCRIPTION
REV.
2
REVISIONS
11/17/2014
DATE
RH
APPROVED
1
A
8
7
6
5
4
3
~
x
DATE
3/20/13
RH
NAME
2
1
291626
WEIGHT (lbs): 837.88
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 1 OF 2
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM500 OUTER SEAL PSA & HEAT
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
A
B
2832
ECO #
3
B
4
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
4
28
NOTE:
SET SCREWS SHOULD
CONTACT FLAT CUTS ON
END OF SLIDER SHAFT
B
22
7
7
9
#609
6
6
5
5
24
4
3
200029
200030
1
2
261032
261033
261034
261036
21
22
23
24
3
~
x
DESCRIPTION
1
BUMPER, 5MM CYLINDER
2
1
1
1
1
1
291626
WEIGHT (lbs): 837.88
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 2 OF 2
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
UPPER SEALL ROLLER
BUMPER, 5MM CYLINDER
HEAT SHOE, ADJUSTABLE SEALER
1
HEAD PLATE
ANVIL, OUTER
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
QTY.
UPPER ROLLER MOUNT
SLIDER SHAFT
RETAINING PIN, HEAT SHOE
HEAT BLOCK ISOLATOR
HEAT BLOCK
SEAL ROLLER, LOWER
HEATER WATTLOW 25W
THERMOCOUPLE
10-24 X 1/4 SS SET SCREW
10-24 X 1/8 SS SET SCREW
4-40 X 1/8 STEEL SET SCREW
BHCS SS 10-32 X 1/2
BHCS SS 5-40 X 1/4
SHCS SS 4-40 X .75 LG
DOWEL PIN CRS 1/8 DIA x 3/4 LG
DOWEL CRS .125 DIA X .50 LG.
SPRING; CUSTOM, SS
SPRING, STAINLESS STEEL
BEARING 1/8 ID X 3/8 DIA FLANGED
AIR FITTING 10-32 X 1/16 TB ELBOW
SMC AIR CYLINDER, CJPB-15-10
AIR CYLINDER, SMC CJPB-6-10-B
1
TM500 OUTER SEAL PSA & HEAT
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
3/20/13
DATE
2
RH
NAME
261753
260669
20
267573
260666
19
27
260657
18
28
250159
17
261075
244012
16
261122
244010
15
25
231019
14
26
230001
11
231018
223053
10
12
223015
9
13
219207
221005
8
209244
219206
6
209051
5
7
200259
204056
3
4
DRAWN
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
#609 APPLY LOCTITE 609 AS NOTED
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
20.48
6
6
5
5
4.60
4
4
C
8.46
TITLE:
3
2
RH
PVO
APPROVED
1
1
291678
WEIGHT (lbs): 9.37
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SHEET 1 OF 2
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
5/15/2014
5/15/2014
9/5/2013
DATE
FRONT TRACK ASSEMBLY
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
DATE
9/5/13
RH
NAME
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
REVISI
2
REMOVE FIBER OPTIC (105123) FROM BOM
RELEASE
A
B
DESCRIPTION
REV.
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
2797
ECO #
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
1
20
26
7
7
2
C
27
13
21
4
6
8
14
3
6
7
24
23
6
22
16
10
5
5
15
25
12
11
18
5
19
9
17
3
4
111002
111124
2
261063
19
267343
26
3
KNOB M4 RED
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
291678
WEIGHT (lbs): 9.37
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
C
SHEET 2 OF 2
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
FRONT TRACK
TRACK COVER
TRACK BEARING SHAFT
ADJUSTMENT LOCK, POINT
TRACK SHAFT MOUNT
GEAR MODIFICATION, 30T
COVER, TRACK SHORT
COVER, SEALER OUTER
COVER, SEALER LOWER
SHAFT, THREADED ADJUSTER
1
2
MOUNT, OUTER ANVIL
4
1/4 SS FLAT WASHER
1
7
2
4
2
8
1
2
4
10-24 X 1/4 SS SET SCREW
10-24 X 3/16 STEEL SET SCREW
FHCS SS 4-40 X 1/4
BHCS SS 1/4-20 X 3/8
BHCS 8-32 X 3/8
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 1
SHCS SS 8-32 X 1
SHCS SS 8-32 X 1/2
3/16 X 5/8 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
1/4 X 1 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
2
1
BEARING SFR-188ZZEE
1
QTY
PITCH SETTING DECAL
DESCRIPTION
SAFETY STICKER HAND BURN
FRONT TRACK ASSEMBLY
~
TITLE:
9/5/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267068
25
NAME
261777
261713
23
24
261429
22
261097
261061
18
261064
261060
17
21
261052
16
20
238001
223059
231019
223034
10
11
15
221064
9
14
221031
8
230023
221027
7
13
219043
6
225001
219015
5
12
217042
4
204055
PART NUMBER
1
3
1
NOTE:
ITEM 27, FIBER OPTIC (105123) IS PART
OF THE TAPER BASE (291675) AND IS
SHOWN HERE FOR LOCATION ONLY.
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
NOTE:
THESE PARTS SHOULD NOT BE
ATTACHED UNTIL FINAL ASSEMBLY
OF THE TM-400 TAPER (291674)
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
10.00
7
6
17.25
6
5
5
8.94
4
4
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
3
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
2
~
10/24/13
2
APPROVED
1
1
291583
WEIGHT (lbs): 3.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 3
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
DATE
COVER TAPE ASSEMBLY
RH
DATE
REVISIONS
NAME
RELEASED
A
DRAWN
DESCRIPTION
REV.
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
ECO #
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
7
8
8
2
8
7
12
7
10
(1) LT 242
11
6
6
9
18
6
4
5
5
5
14
2
15
19
3
13
4
4
1
17
20
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
217031
223062
223728
221714
221052
16
17
18
19
20
DRAWN
265659
TITLE:
3
~
10/24/13
DESCRIPTION
2
1
2
1
291583
WEIGHT (lbs): 3.07
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 3
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
3
SHCS SS 10-32 X 3/4
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
QTY
SHCS SS M3 X 16
BHCS SS M4 X 6
SS BHCS 1/4-20 X 3/4
THUMB SCREW
GUIDE SHAFT
SS SHIM 3/8 ID X 1/8 THICK
CT TENSIONING KNOB
CT SPINDLE
BALL PLUNGER
CT HUB
CT BACKING PLATE
COVERTAPE OUTER COVER
QUIKLOC SHAFT COLLAR
WASHER, FLAT FELT
BEARING, 3/8ID X 7/8OD
CT SPINDLE HUB
Compression Spring
UPPER CT ARM
COVER TAPE ARM
COVER TAPE ASSEMBLY
RH
DATE
238065
14
15
NAME
266754
13
241017
11
266753
266752
10
12
266751
9
265706
8
238011
6
216505
204051
7
266750
209017
3
5
266749
2
4
265658
ENG APPR.
2
PART NUMBER
1
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
16
3
A
B
C
D
5.11
1.44
4
ECO #
RELEASED
A
2
DATE
REVISIONS
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
3
8/27/2008
DATE
APPROVED
1
A
B
8
7
6
5
NOTE:
DUE TO NATURE THE ASSEMBLY OF THE TM-50 BASE (290939), TM50 COVER TAPE GUIDE (290942), AND THE TM-50 MOTOR
ENCLOSURE (290943) WILL NEED TO BE BUILT AS YOU GO DURING
THE ASSEMBLY OF THE TM-50 INSPECTION MACHINE BASE
(290960).
4
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
3
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
1.45
~
10/23/13
2
1
290942
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.7934
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 3
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM50 COVER TAPE GUIDE
RH
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
4
4
7
7
8
1
10
6
6
2
9
5
11
5
3
3
2
7
12
4
4
13
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
6
3
DESCRIPTION
261431
DRAWN
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
~
10/23/13
DATE
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
QTY
1
290942
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.7934
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 3
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
C.T. GUIDE ADJUSTER
ADJUSTMENT KNOB - .500"
ROD, THREADED, C.T. GUIDE
SHAFT, C.T. GUIDE
GUIDE, C.T. OUTER
GUIDE, C.T. INNER
10-24 X 1/4 STEEL SET SCREW
BHCS SS 4-40 X 5/16
SHCS SS 8-32 X 3/8
TM50 COVER TAPE GUIDE
RH
NAME
263588
261430
9
10
13
261058
261071
7
8
262795
261057
6
12
230022
5
261432
SHAFT, C.T. GUIDE ASSEM
223010
4
11
WASHER, C.T. GUIDE ASSEMBLY
221026
3
KNOB M4 RED
217042
2
SPRING, .360 DIA
1
209246
PART NUMBER
2
1
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
5
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
16.24
6
6
5
5
3.43
4
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
RH
NAME
DATE
~
10/24/13
RH
APPROVED
2
1
290945
WEIGHT (lbs): 3.32
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 1 OF 2
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
3/18/2014
8/27/2008
DATE
1
TM50 INFEED ARM CARRIER TAPE
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
REVISIONS
2
REPLACE PART #250214 WITH PART #256087
RELEASE
A
B
DESCRIPTION
REV.
10.75
2769
ECO #
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
3
8
8
13
4
10
5
7
7
6
6
6
8
5
5
9
B
11
7
4
1
4
2
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
14
219003
221063
223083
231019
238001
256087
254566
261086
261087
261089
261091
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DRAWN
217007
3
3
~
10/24/13
DESCRIPTION
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
QTY
1
290945
WEIGHT (lbs): 3.32
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
B
SHEET 2 OF 2
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
22" REEL SPACER
REEL EXTENSION ADAPTER
22" REEL SPACER
COVER TAPE SPINDLE COLLAR
FEED REAL ARM
REEL SUPPORT SHAFT
1/4 SS FLAT WASHER
10-24 X 1/4 SS SET SCREW
BHCS SS 5/16 X 1/2
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 3/4
1/8 X 3/4 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
KNOB, 1/2-13 FOUR LOBE
QUIKLOC SHAFT COLLAR
BUSHING, FLANGED .5 ID, .75 OD, .5 L
1
TM50 INFEED ARM CARRIER TAPE
TITLE:
RH
DATE
216504
2
NAME
205016
ENG APPR.
2
PART NUMBER
1
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
12
3
A
B
C
D
RELEASE
A
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
DATE
REVISIONS
2
8/6/2015
DATE
RH
APPROVED
1
A
8
7
6
5
4
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
3
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
RH
2
1
292049
WEIGHT (lbs): 4.65
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 2
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT MAY
NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION
OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN OR ROYCE INSTRUMENTS LLC, NAPA, CA.
TAKE UP ARM (DANCER)
~
8/5/15
A
B
ECO #
3
B
4
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
21
6
8
2
7
7
14
20
13
14
24
4
14
6
20
18
5
3
6
17
7
10
19
5
5
22
8
5
16
23
25
26
15
11
4
9
4
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE:
63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
NOTE:
THIS DOWEL PIN (219010)
IS SPACED EQUALY ON
BOTH SIDES OF DANCER
ARM (266265)
12
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
3
RH
DATE
~
8/5/15
2
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
11
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
A
SHEET 2 OF 2
292049
WEIGHT (lbs): 4.65
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT MAY
NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION
OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN OR ROYCE INSTRUMENTS LLC, NAPA, CA.
TAPE FOLLOWER
TAKE-UP ARM
24V TAKE UP SPINDLE
DANCER ARM
DANCER AXEL
DC MOTOR END CAP
DC MOTOR COVER
REEL EXTENSION ADAPTER
REEL SPINDLE KEY, 72MM
M5 X 5 ALLOY SET SCREW
FHCS SS M6 X 12
FHCS SS M3 X 12
BHCS SS M3 X 8
SHCS SS M3 X 10
SHCS SS M3 X 8
SHCS SS 1/4-20 X 5/8
1/4 X 3/4 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
1/8 X 3/8 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
1/8 X 3/4 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
KNOB, 1/2-13 FOUR LOBE
HEYCO 1818
BUSHING 3/8 ID, 1/2 OD, 1/4 L FLANG
3/8" ECLIP
CABLE CLAMP 1/8-.140
1
1
QTY
anahiem automation bdpg-36-57-24v-4200r27
DESCRIPTION
1
SUNX PM-R44P
2
TAKE UP ARM (DANCER)
NAME
268036
26
DRAWN
267063
267484
24
266265
25
266219
266216
266217
20
21
23
261089
19
22
257999
18
231038
17
225714
15
225753
223712
14
16
221712
13
221062
11
221711
219014
10
12
219010
219003
8
9
217007
7
205033
205036
5
6
107101
204119
3
105786
2
4
104994
1
ITEM NO. PART NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
1
3
A
B
C
D
16.61
9.92
0.86
12.65
4
ECO #
RELEASED
A
2
DATE
REVISIONS
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
3
7/7/2014
DATE
RH
APPROVED
1
A
B
8
7
6
5
4
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
3
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
PVO
RH
2
1
291765
WEIGHT (lbs): 146.42
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 5
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM402 240V BOWL ASSY
~
7/3/14
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
8
1
2
DETAIL A
46
47
33
7
22
7
27
11
14
6
12
45
6
42
32
41
15
13
35
28
5
5
1
56
16
30
4
5
4
4
4
4
3
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
5
104158
104160
157030
200201
200280
4
5
11
12
13
221755
223712
30
32
266774
266775
266776
267468
45
46
47
56
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
3
PVO
RH
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
7
8
2
4
6
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
7
11
1
291765
WEIGHT (lbs): 146.42
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 5
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
BOWL ASSEMBLY BASEPLATE
BOWL ASSEMBLY DIN RAIL
ENCLOSURE SIDE #2
ENCLOSURE SIDE #1
BOWL ENCLOSURE COVER
BOWL MANIFOLD
M2 X 25 SS SLOTTED CHEESE HEAD SCREW
BHCS SS M5 X 12
BHCS SS M3 X 8
SHCS SS M6 X 16
SHCS SS M3 X 18
SHCS SS M3 X 20
SHCS SS M2.5 X 8
SHCS SS M2 X 8
MISUMI- HHDNFA112
AIR VALVE
SMC # KQ2 HO6-M5
AIR FITTING, NEEDLE VALVE
FITTING
RECEPTICAL
TERM END CAP
TERM BLOCK
TERMINAL GROUND BLOCK
1
2
D SUB 37 PIN
QTY
DESCRIPTION
D SUB MOUNTING HEX POST (2)
1
TM402 240V BOWL ASSY
~
7/3/14
DATE
266608
42
NAME
266607
41
DRAWN
236062
35
223743
221732
28
33
221716
27
221704
221702
21
22
217311
16
200636
104157
3
200336
103019
2
15
103012
14
PART NUMBER
1
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
DETAIL A
TERMINAL BLOCK
SCALE 1:2
4
5
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
44
18
23
49
19
8
50
7
7
6
30
32
10
48
23
22
17
6
9
7
34
54
26
37
53
25
58
6
24
26
5
30
51
40
31
52
5
29
36
55
21
8
4
4
224036
34
267445
267446
TOOLING
COVER
54
55
58
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
267443
53
3
RH
PVO
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
2
2
7
8
8
2
8
4
2
4
6
4
2
2
1
291765
WEIGHT (lbs): 146.42
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 5
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
INLINE RISER TOP
TRACK ADAPTOR
INLINE RISER
TM402 240V BOWL ASSY
~
7/3/14
DATE
TRACK COVER SHOW PART
267441
52
NAME
TRACK FULL SENSOR MOUNT
267440
LINEAR RISER BASE
266781
NEST COVER SHOW PART
PART STOP SHOW PART
NEST SHOW PART
NEST MOUNT
6mm HEAVY WASHER
LINEAR FEEDER LF9 230V
M4 SS FLAT WASHER
FHCS SS M5 X 18
BHCS SS M3 X 8
SHCS SS M6 X 25
SHCS SS M6 X 16
SHCS SS M4 X 20
SHCS SS M3 X 12
SHCS SS M3 X 8
SHCS SS M3 X 6
SHCS SS M2.5 X 16
SHCS SS M2.5 X 8
SHCS SS M2 X 8
1/8 X 3/8 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
1/8 X 3/4 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
3
2
CABLE CLAMP 1/8-.140
3
4
2
1
QTY
1/8 X 1/2 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
OP-73864
FIBER OPTIC FU-57TZ
AMPLIFIER EPD
51
266780
49
DESCRIPTION
FS-N11CN_11CP_13CP
1
50
266779
266767
48
266512
44
242048
40
37
238043
223712
32
36
221758
31
221755
221736
29
30
221713
26
221711
221710
24
25
221706
23
221702
21
221704
219010
19
22
219003
18
105807
9
107101
105123
8
219001
104988
7
10
104987
17
PART NUMBER
6
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
43
20
40
31
57
7
7
6
6
5
5
39
38
4
4
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
3
PVO
RH
2
1
1
8
2
2
8
3
QTY
1
291765
WEIGHT (lbs): 146.42
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 4 OF 5
REV
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MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
SHOW 50 BOWL
BOWL ASSEMBLY SUB PLATE
6mm HEAVY WASHER
MISUMI PART # (JBHUP8-16)
MISUMI PART # (GDMSB8-30-F15-M6)
SHCS SS M6 X 25
1/4 X 1-1/4 LG. SS DOWEL PIN
DESCRIPTION
1
TM402 240V BOWL ASSY
~
7/3/14
DATE
57
NAME
266765
CCW BOW L EX AMPLE W I TH
6.625'' DI SCH ARG E (TM500)
43
DRAWN
266512
40
246499
39
221758
31
246497
219016
20
38
PART NUMBER
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
7
8
7
FROM BRIDGE ASSEMBLY
QUICK DISCONNECT
8
P249969
6
6
P200636
5
5
4
4
TITLE:
ENG APPR.
3
PVO
PVO
NAME
DATE
~
12/7/2012
2
291765
A
1
WEIGHT (lbs): "SW-Mass@P291
76E6
SH
E.TS5LDOAFS5M"
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
1
BOWL ASSEMBLY PNEUMATICS
P200280
DRAWN
2
TO BOWL SELECTOR
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
RELEASE
A
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
DATE
REVISIONS
2
8/6/2015
DATE
RH
APPROVED
1
A
8
7
6
5
4
TITLE:
3
PVO
RH
~
8/5/15
2
1
292050
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.93
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 2
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT MAY
NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION
OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN OR ROYCE INSTRUMENTS LLC, NAPA, CA.
OVER TAPE CAMERA ASSEMBLY
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
A
B
ECO #
3
B
4
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
A
B
C
D
8
10
7
6
13
5
9
8
NOTE:
THESE SCREWS ARE FOR
ATTACHING THIS ASSEMBLY
TO A TM-400 SERIES MACHINE
3
NOTE:
THESE SCREWS ARE
FOR ATTACHING THIS
ASSEMBLY TO A TM400 SERIES MACHINE
8
7
15
7
2
6
17
6
4
8
11
5
5
16
4
19
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
18
1
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE:
63
14
8
3
TITLE:
3
400 CAMERA BRACKET #1
PVO
RH
NAME
~
8/5/15
DATE
V.SENSOR MAGNIFYING LENS BRK
KEYENCE IV-G15MA
400 CAMERA SHAFT #3
400 CAMERA SHAFT #2
400 CAMERA SHAFT #1
400 CAMERA BRACKET #6
400 CAMERA BRACKET #5
400 CAMERA BRACKET #4
400 CAMERA BRACKET #3
400 CAMERA BRACKET #2
SS M4 NUT
M4 STAINLESS WASHER
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
QTY
1
A
SHEET 2 OF 2
292050
WEIGHT (lbs): 0.93
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT MAY
NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION
OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN OR ROYCE INSTRUMENTS LLC, NAPA, CA.
500445
268045
500439
17
18
19
268043
268044
15
16
268041
268042
13
14
268039
268040
11
12
268037
268038
9
239104
262796
7
8
10
ADJUSTMENT KNOB -.875
238043
SS BHCS M4 x 16mm
223733
6
SS BHCS M3 x 8mm
SS SHCS M4 x 16mm
5
221733
3
CABLE CLAMP 1/4-.140
223712
107105
2
DESCRIPTION
SS SHCS M4 x 5mm
1
4
02099
1
ITEM NO. PART NO.
2
OVER TAPE CAMERA ASSEMBLY
ENG APPR.
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
12
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
7
30.00
6
6
25.66
30.00
5
5
4
4
RELEASE
A
3
2
PVO
APPROVED
1
291667
WEIGHT (lbs): 38.57
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 1 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
9/16/2013
DATE
1
TM-400 FRAME ASSEMBLY
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
TITLE:
8/23/13
RH
DATE
2
DRAWN
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
NA
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 32
REVISI
NAME
DESCRIPTION
REV.
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
ECO #
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
2
7
1
6
4
5
NOTE:
INSERT ONE PART #249708
INTO END OF TOP RAIL
5
7
6
5
NOTE:
THESE STEPS ARE REPEATED AT THE
OTHER END OF EACH TOP RAIL
DETAIL A
TOP RAIL BRACKET TO LEG
SCALE 1:2
4
7
4
DETAIL B
TOP RAIL TO LEG
SCALE 1:2
4
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
2
249708
265442
267027
5
7
8
DESCRIPTION
2
4
4
10
32
16
64
QTY
1
291667
WEIGHT (lbs): 38.57
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 2 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 FRAME #1
HT FRAME 3
80/20 PART# 3866
80/20 PART# 3879
80/20 PART #4336
BHCS SS M8 X 16
1
TM-400 FRAME ASSEMBLY
~
TITLE:
8/23/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
249707
4
NAME
249604
223752
1
2
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
DETAIL C
COMPLETED TOP RAIL ASSEMBLY
SCALE 1:4
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
NA
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
1
8
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
4
7
8
8
2
1
6
7
6
NOTE:
THESE STEPS ARE REPEATED AT THE
OTHER END OF EACH BOTTOM RAIL
DETAIL D
BOTTOM RAIL BRACKET TO LEG
SCALE 1:2
7
5
5
9
1
4
3
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
249604
249707
265442
267028
2
4
7
9
~
PVO
ENG APPR.
3
DESCRIPTION
2
4
4
32
16
64
QTY
1
291667
WEIGHT (lbs): 38.57
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 3 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 FRAME #2
HT FRAME 3
80/20 PART# 3879
80/20 PART #4336
BHCS SS M8 X 16
TM-400 FRAME ASSEMBLY
8/23/13
RH
DRAWN
DATE
223752
NAME
PART NUMBER
1
TITLE:
1
DETAIL F
COMPLETED BOTTOM RAIL ASSEMBLY
SCALE 1:2
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
NA
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
DETAIL E
BOTTOM RAIL TO LEG
SCALE 1:2
4
4
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
7
DETAIL G
COMPLETED SIDE
SCALE 1:8
7
6
6
1
8
2
5
DETAIL H
ATTACHMENT OF CROSS RAILS TO SIDES
SCALE 1:8
4
5
5
4
4
9
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
1
267028
9
3
DESCRIPTION
2
4
4
10
32
16
64
QTY
1
291667
WEIGHT (lbs): 38.57
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 4 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
TM-400 FRAME #2
TM-400 FRAME #1
80/20 PART# 3866
80/20 PART# 3879
80/20 PART #4336
BHCS SS M8 X 16
1
TM-400 FRAME ASSEMBLY
~
TITLE:
8/23/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
267027
8
NAME
249708
5
249604
2
249707
223752
4
PART NUMBER
1
2
ITEM NO.
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
NA
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
4
2
3
A
B
C
D
A
B
C
D
8
8
6
7
DETAIL I
TOP ANCHOR FASTENER
SCALE 1:2
7
6
6
6
5
DETAIL J
BOTTOM ANCHOR FASTENER
SCALE 1:2
5
4
4
3
2
DESCRIPTION
2
16
QTY
1
291667
WEIGHT (lbs): 38.57
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 5 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
80/20 PART# 40-3897
1
TM-400 FRAME ASSEMBLY
~
TITLE:
8/23/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
ENG APPR.
DATE
249709
6
NAME
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
DETAIL L
BOTTOM ANCHOR LOCATIONS
SCALE 1:12
DETAIL K
TOP ANCHOR LOCATIONS
SCALE 1:12
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
NA
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
3
A
B
C
D
DETAIL M
FOOT TO LEG
SCALE 1:2
4
3
DETAIL N
FOOT LOCATIONS
SCALE 1:10
2
DESCRIPTION
1
A
B
8
7
3
QTY
6
5
4
3
2
4
1
291667
WEIGHT (lbs): 38.57
B
SIZE DWG. NO.
A
SHEET 6 OF 6
REV
THE INFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL. IT
MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, TRANSMITTED, OR USED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS
PERMISSION OF V-TEK INC., MANKATO, MN
80/20 PART # 2190
TM-400 FRAME ASSEMBLY
~
TITLE:
8/23/13
RH
PVO
DRAWN
DATE
ENG APPR.
NAME
249616
3
GENERAL NOTES:
- INTERPRET GEOMETRIC TOLERANCING PER ANSI Y14.5
MATERIAL
- BREAK ALL SHARP EDGES .010 MAX UNLESS NOTED
- CHAMFER ALL HOLES .015 X .015 .010 UNLESS NOTED
- ALL MATERIALS, COATINGS, & CLEANING PROCESSES
FINISH
MUST RESULT IN RoHS COMPLIANT PART
NA
- DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
TOLERANCES: .XXX 0.005
.XX 0.010
.X 0.015
ANGULAR: MACHINED 0.1
BEND 0.5
SURFACE: 63
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
PART NUMBER
ITEM NO.
A
B
C
5
C
6
D
7
D
8
751 Summit Avenue
Mankato, MN USA 56001
Website: www.vtekusa.com
Email: service@vtekusa.com
Phone: (507) 387-2039
For inquiries regarding spare parts, tape and reel supplies, or the service department, please call or write:
Phone: (507) 387-2039
Email: service@vtekusa.com
Please provide the machine model and serial numbers with all inquiries.
NOTES
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Service and Parts Contacts
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TM-402 Document List
Section
Pages
File Name
Cover Sheet
Pages 1 - 2
D292105.1b.fm
EC Declaration of Conformity
Page 1 of 1
TM-400 DOC.pdf
Introduction
Pages i - xii
D292105.2.fm
Table of Contents
Pages 1 - 4
D292105.3b.fm
Chapter 1: Installation & Assembly
Pages 1-1 to 1-10
D292105.4.fm
Chapter 2: Machine Overview
Pages 2-1 to 2-12
D292105.5a.fm
Chapter 3: Human Machine Interface
Pages 3-1 to 3-30
D292105.6.fm
Chapter 4: Set-up
Pages 4-1 to 4-26
D292105.7a.fm
Chapter 5: Vision Set-up
Pages 5-1 to 5-44
D292105.16.fm
Chapter 6: Operation
Pages 6-1 to 6-12
D292105.8a.fm
Chapter 7: Troubleshooting
Pages 7-1 to 7-30
D292105.9a.fm
Chapter 8: Maintenance
Pages 8-1 to 8-10
D292105.10a.fm
Appendix A: Sensors
Pages A-1 to A-6
D291842.11.fm
Checker 4G Quick Start Guide
Pages 1-32
Checker 4G.pdf
Spare Parts List
Page 1 of 1
D292105.12.fm
Exploded Views
Pages EV-1 to EV-84
D292105.13.fm
Customer Service Contact Sheet
Page 1 of 1
61053915.fm
Document List
This Document
D292105.15b.fm
Warranty Document
Page 1 of 1
WI201.16, Rev.4
Back Cover
Page 1 of 1
61666111.fm
TM-401 Document List
D292105.15b.fm
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TM-401 Document List
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MINNESOTA  MEXICO
751 Summit Avenue / P.O. Box 3104
Mankato, Minnesota 56002, USA
Telephone: (507) 387-2039
Fax No. (507) 387-2257
I.S.O. 9001:2008 Certified
EXPRESS WARRANTY, EXCLUSION AND DISCLAIMER OF UNSTATED WARRANTIES AND LIMITATION OF
LIABILITY
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V-TEK, Inc (V-TEK) warrants for one year from date of receipt by end user that equipment manufactured by V-TEK will
be free of defects in workmanship and materials.
All integrated products purchased by V-TEK and integrated on to V-TEK equipment shall be covered in accordance with
the manufacturer’s pass through warranty and limited in costs equal to the amount of the manufacturer’s pass through
warranty.
V-TEK’s obligation under this warranty applies only to the original Customer and commences when V-TEK is notified of
name, address of Customer, and date of receipt of equipment.
During the warranty period, V-TEK will replace any defective nonconsumable parts returned for that purpose to the
designated V-TEK Replacement Parts Center or at V-TEK’s option, refund original cost of equipment.
Authorization to return Articles purchased from V-TEK must be obtained by Customer before return shipping commences.
Credit may be granted, less an appropriate restocking charge of 15 to 20% of invoice amount, depending on the reason
for the return and condition of the Articles.
Returns should always be carefully packed in original shipping carton and sent via ground service. V-TEK does not assume
any liability for damage incurred during shipment.
For the first 30 days that you own your V-TEK product, V-TEK will be responsible for ground shipments to and from VTEK’s facility in Mankato, MN, U.S.A. or its designate. For the remainder of your warranty V-TEK will pay freight for
returning your product to you after its repair.
Customer shall bear all charges for customs duty fees or freight above the ground rate or for articles returned which are
not defective.
Collect shipments will not be accepted.
Insurance coverage during shipping is the responsibility of the Customer. V-TEK does not assume any liability for damage
incurred during shipment.
The warranty applies only to normal use of the equipment and shall be void if V-TEK determines that defects in or failures
of the equipment were caused by the Customer’s negligence including the lack of proper preventative maintenance,
misuse or accident or by unauthorized repair, alteration or installation.
This Warranty does not extend to consumable items or mechanical parts subject to normal wear.
Customer’s exclusive remedy for claims against V-TEK shall be the repair or replacement of defective equipment and
parts.
Any modification to the standard configuration of this equipment as delivered will void the warranty, unless V-TEK
personnel make the modification.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY MADE IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT WILL V-TEK BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL PENALTIES OR DAMAGES, INCLUDING LOST PROFITS OR PENALTIES AND/OR DAMAGES
FOR DELAY IN DELIVERY OR FAILURE TO GIVE NOTICE OF DELAY EVEN IF V-TEK HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
PASS THROUGH WARRANTIES ARE AVAILABLE FROM THE RESPECTIVE MANUFACTURERS.
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
SERIAL NUMBER_______________________
WI201.16 Rev. 4
05/13/2014
Tell us how we are doing. Please take this opportunity to fill out our short survey on our website, so V-TEK
can continue to be a leader in customer service. Please go to the direct link http://tinyurl.com/3vs4day
or go to our website www.vtekusa.com under Contact Us and locate the Equipment and Service
Customer Survey. Thank you for your feedback and support.
WI201.16 Rev. 2
Corporate Office: 751 Summit Avenue / P.O. Box 3104, Mankato, Minnesota 56002-3104, USA  I.S.O. 9001:2008
Certified
4/5/11
751 Summit Avenue
Mankato, MN 56001
(507) 387-2039
FAX: (507) 387-2257
www.vtekusa.com
Email: info@vtekusa.com
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