Royal Sovereign RSC-1651HCLTW Instruction manual

Royal Sovereign
RSC 1400C/1400H
Laminator
Instruction Manual
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17. WARRANTY
Royal Sovereign International warrants the equipment sold is free from defects in
material and workmanship for a period of One (1) year for Parts and Labor from the date
of installation, excluding lamination rollers which are warranted for Six (6) months. This
warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. This warranty is the only warranty
made by Royal Sovereign International and cannot be modified or amended. Royal
Sovereign’s sole and exclusive liability and the customer’s sole and exclusive remedy
under this warranty shall be, at Royal Sovereign’s option, to repair or replace any such
defective part or product. These remedies are only available if Royal Sovereign’s
examination of the product discloses to Royal Sovereign’s satisfaction that such defects
actually exist and were not caused by misuse, neglect, attempt to repair, unauthorized
alternation or modification, incorrect line voltage, fire, accident, flood or other hazard.
The warranty made herein is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied,
including any warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Royal
Sovereign will not be liable for personal damage or personal injury (unless primarily
caused by its negligence), loss of profit, or other incidental or consequential damages
arising out of the use or inability to use this equipment.
OWNER'S MANUAL
RSC-1400C/1400H Laminators
LIMITED WARRANTY
This warranty specifically does not cover damage to laminating rollers caused by knives,
razor blades, or any sharp objects or abrasives, or failure caused by adhesives, or
damage caused by lifting, tilting and/or any attempt to position the machine other than
rolling on the installed castors or feet on even surfaces, or improper use of the
machine. Warranty repair or replacement by Royal Sovereign or its authorized
Reseller(s) does not extend the warranty beyond the initial one year period from the
date of installation. Unauthorized customer alterations will void this warranty.
CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS
Royal Sovereign International Inc.
2 Volvo Drive, Rockleigh, NJ 07647 U.S.A.
TEL : +1 ) 800-397-1025
FAX : +1 ) 201-750-1022
E-mail : info@royalsovereign.com
RS Holland B.V.
Royal Sovereign Inc. <Oversea Sales Office>
Columbusstraat 25 - 3165 AC Rotterdam,
The Netherlands
E-mail : paulchoi@royalsovereign.com
henryabrahamian@royalsovereign.com
1001, World Meridian II, 426-5, Gasan-dong,
Geumcheon-gu, Seoul, 153-759, KOREA
TEL : +82)2-2025-8800 FAX : +82)2-2025-8830
E-mail : sales@royalsovereign.com
RS Canada Inc.
RS International Australia PTY. LTD.
164 Oakdale Road, Toronto, Ontario M3N 2S5
CANADA
TEL : +1 ) 416-741-8400 FAX : +1 ) 416-741-8185
E-mail : info@royalsovereign.com
30 Prime Drive, Seven Hills, NSW 2147, Australia
TEL : +61) 2-9674-2127
FAX : +61) 2-9674-2027
E-mail : salesaust@royalsovereign.com
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Read all instructions carefully before use.
For any Customer Support needs please choose the
Customer Support tab on www.royalsovereign.com
Royal Sovereign International Inc.
www.royalsovereign.com
RSC-1400C/H
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TOPIC
1. INTRODUCTION
PAGE
1. Introduction.......................................................................................................... 2
2. Safety Precautions ............................................................................................... 2
3. Installation ............................................................................................................ 3
Thank you for choosing a Royal Sovereign laminator. It has been designed and
manufactured to provide years of continuous service. For complete operating and
maintenance information please read this manual thoroughly. Upon receipt of your
laminator, please inspect the box, the machine and all other contents for shipping
damage. Damage should be brought to the immediate attention of the delivering carrier
(See page 4 for list of shipment elements).
4. Included with Laminator ....................................................................................... 4
5. Product Identification.............................................................................................5
6. Control Panel........................................................................................................ 6
2. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
7. Speed Settings .................................................................................................... 7
Failure to comply with any of the following safety procedures could result in serious injury.
Please read the instructions carefully and kee p for future reference.
8. Roller Nip Settings................................................................................................ 7
1. Only a licensed electrician should install wiring and outlet for the laminator.
9. Using Foot Pedal and Remote Control ............................................................... 8
2. Ensure the unit is plugged into a properly grounded outlet with the correct voltage.
10. Using Cross Cutter ............................................................................................ 9
3. Keep hands and clothing (i.e. Neckties) away from rollers.The rollers have pinch points
that can trap body parts or clothing and cause serious injury.
11. Loading Film..................................................................................................... 10
4. Keep flammable and wet objects away from the machine.
12. Threading Film
12.1. Decaling .................................................................................................. 11
12.2. Mounting.................................................................................................. 13
5. Place machine on a level surface.
6. Avoid excessive sunlight, humidity and extreme temperatures.
7. Ensure the unit is turned off, cooled, and unplugged from the outlet prior to moving
and/or repairing.
13. Installation of the Front Feed and Rear Rewind Options ................................ 15
8. Keep out of reach of children.
14. Maintenance..................................................................................................... 17
9. Only Royal Sovereign authorized maintenance and service technicians should make
repairs.
15. Troubleshooting ............................................................................................... 17
10. Do not attempt to laminate items that exceed total recommended material thickness
for the unit
16. Specifications ................................................................................................... 18
11. When cleaning the machine, don't use flammable sprays or materials.
17. Warranty........................................................................................................... 19
12. Do not touch the rollers when they are hot or place foreign objects inside the machine.
13. Do not cover the surface of the machine until the machine has completely cooled.
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3. INSTALLATION
4. INCLUDED WITH LAMINATOR
Note: The laminator should be installed by a trained service technician.
The laminator comes fully assembled, except for the feed table and paper guide to avoid
shipping damage. Upon arrival, thoroughly inspect the unit. It is imperative that any
shipping damage is reported and a claim is filed with the delivering carrier immediately
upon receipt.
Thoroughly inspect the parts and the unit. It is imperative that any missing parts are
reported and a claim is filed with the reseller immediately upon receipt of shipment.
Part Name
Quantity
Laminator
1
Owner's Manual
1
3´´(76mm) / 2" (57mm) Auto Grip
6/4
Registration Card
1
L-wrench (2.5)
1
Dust Cover
1
The laminator should be located in an area with adequate work space for feeding graphics
and lamination materials.
Avoid placing the laminator in a dusty area or near sources of extreme heat or cold.
Once the laminator is in place, lock the casters into position(“ON” position). Always unlock
the casters (“OFF” position) when moving to a different location.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
Royal Sovereign recommends that a licensed electrician ensures proper power installation
to your laminator in accordance with electrical codes in your area.
The laminator should have a dedicated power line.
MODEL
RSC-1400C
Power Supply
220-240V
50/60HZ
RSC-1400H
120V
50/60HZ
220-240V
50/60HZ
120V
50/60HZ
single phase
Spare Motor Fuse - FUSE(50T)
(6.3A)
Spare Main Power Fuse - FUSE(65TS)
(5A)
8 - 1/4"Hexa head Bolt (M6 20mm)
8 - Spring Washer( 6.1)
(Included with option only)
12 - 3/16"screw (M5 10mm).
12 - Spring Washer( 5.1)
(Included with option only)
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5. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
6. CONTROL PANEL
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RSC-1400H
NO.
PART NAME
RSC-1400C
RSC-1400H
1
SAFETY COVER
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EMERGENCY SWITCH
O
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FRAME-PAPER GUIDE
O
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4
FEED TABLE
O
O
5
MAIN ROLLER
O
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6
ASSEMBLY STAND
O
O
7
FOOT PEDAL
O
O
8
TENSION CONTROL KNOBS
O
O
9
PRESSURE LEVER
O
O
10
CONTROL PANEL
O
O
11
UPPER IDLE BAR
O
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RELEASE LINER TAKE UP
O
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REMOTE CONTROL
O
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Control Buttons
1. TEMPERATURE DISPLAY: Display’s current temperature (RSC-1400C and RSC-1400H)
2. SPEED DISPLAY: Display’s current Speed.
3. TEMPERATURE BUTTON- (RSC-1400C and RSC-1400H): To change the temperature
(max. RSC-1400H: 122ºF, 50ºC ) of the upper roller, press up or down arrow button.
4. SPEED BUTTON: Adjusting the speed of the rollers. To change the speed of the rollers,
press the up or down arrow button.
5. RUN: To start the rollers.
6. STOP: To stop the rollers.
7. REV: To reverse the rollers, press and hold the REVERSE button.
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7. SPEED AND TEMPERATURE SETTINGS
9. USING FOOT PEDAL AND REMOTE CONTROL
USING FOOT PEDAL
RSC-1400C/H
RSC-1400H
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Speed#
Speed(Ft/min,M/min)
Temp.#
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4(1.2)
1
No Heating
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6(1.7)
2
No Heating
machine. Once all correct settings are displayed, you
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7(2.2)
3
91(33)
may use the foot pedal to operate the laminator for
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9(2.6)
4
97(36)
“Hands Free Operation.” To activate the machine,
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10(3.1)
5
104(40)
press the foot pedal once and then release. Repeat
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12(3.6)
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111(44)
7
14(4.2)
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115(46)
8
15(4.5)
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117(47)
9
16(5.0)
9
124(51)
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to stop the rollers.
USING REMOTE CONTROL
8. ROLLER NIP SETTING
It is important to adjust the roller nip settings to the appropriate thickness of the board
being used. Use the guide below to adjust to the correct position.
1
Located on the rear left side of the laminator.
1. PRESS RUN – To activate the rollers.
2. PRESS STOP – To stop the rollers from turning.
NO.
Inches
Metric
(mm)
1
Lamination
Lamination
2
1/ 25"
1
3
3/16"~1/4"
5-7
4
3/ 8"~1/2"
10-13
5
3/5"
15
3. PRESS REV – To reverse the rollers. Press and
hold the button (useful for jams or misted media).
NOTE: If you don't want to
laminate,please place the
pressure lever to the "Open
position(NO.5)".
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8
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10. USING CROSS CUTTER
11. LOADING FILM
Royal Sovereign films are wound with the adhesive side facing the inside of the roll
(adhesive in).
The cross cutter is located on the rear exit table of the machine.
Loading films to upper and lower film shafts:
(See page 5 for assistance with parts identification.)
1. After lamination, move the cutter approximately to
the center of the completed application at the
desired point of detachment (Figure 1).
Figure 1
1. Adjust the auto grip to fit to the film and tighten the
auto grip screw (Figure 1).
Figure 1
2. Grasp film with one hand, press the cutter
downward into the application and slide it from
one end to the other. (Figure 2 & 3).
2. Remove the upper and lower film shafts from the
machine and load the films (Center the upper and
lower films on the shaft). Note the direction of the
adhesives on the lower and upper films
(Figure 2).
Figure 2
Figure 2
3. Load the upper and lower film shafts on the
machine (Figure 3).
Figure 3
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9. Cut and separate the release liner and the film.
(Figure 3)
12. THREADING FILM
Figure 3
10. Thread the craft paper behind the Lower Idle Bar to
the top film that is resting on the main roller (do not
use the Lower Idle Bar for Mounting). (Figure 4)
12.1. Decaling
1. Turn the power switch on (“I” position). The Power
switch is located on the rear left side of the unit.
11. Reinstall the Feed Table and the Frame-Paper
Guide,and close the Safety Cover.
2. Complete the steps as in the “LOADING FILM”
section (see page 10).
12. Adjust the nip setting to appropriate gap.
13. Insert and push the leader board until they reach the
front nip point.
3. Set the top roller to the desired temperature (RSC1400C)
14. Push the Run button.
4. Take off the Frame-Paper Guide and the Feed Table.
5. Pull the top film down over the Safety Cover to the
bottom of the craft paper / Mounting film.
15. Push the leader board into the rollers. (Figure 5)
16. Adjust the top and bottom tension knob by rotating it
clockwise or counterclockwise. Turn it until the top
and bottom roll films have some resistance varies
(the tension depending on the film thickness; the
thicker the film the more tension is required).
(Figure 6)
7. Thread the top film underneath the Upper Idle
Bar.(Figure 2)
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Figure 5
Figure 1
6. Align and center the craft paper / Mounting film to the
top film and tighten the two lower core screws (Figure
1).
8. Tape the top film on to the Release Liner TakeUp.(Figure 2)
Figure 4
Figure 2
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17. Press the Stop button when the leader board has completely exited from the rollers.
4. Flip the image over the top roller and hold on to the
release liner (Figure 4).
18. Use the Cross Cutter to cut the leader board from the web (see page 9).
19. Set the nip setting to the appropriate position for the Over-lamination / Decaling
application.
Figure 4
12.2. Mounting
5. Press the foot pedal once, and then let it go while
1. Lay the decaled image face down on a flat surface.
Carefully peel back and put a crease along the
slowly pulling the release liner as the board enters
edge of the release liner ( Approximately 1 in or
the main roller nip (Figure 5)
25mm, Figure 1).
Figure 1
6. Press the foot pedal once again when the board
has completely exited from the rear of the unit. Trim
2. With the image facing up, align the image onto the
the board if necessary.
board. Press firmly from the center out (Figure 2).
Figure 2
3. Adjust the pressure lever to ensure the proper
opening (Figure 3).
Figure 3
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13. INSTALLATION OF FRONT FEEDER and REAR
REWINDER OPTIONS
4. Disassemble the power switch bracket and place the left
rewinder outside of the frame; fasten with round head
3/16"(M5) screws (included in the option kit). Then,
reinstall the power switch bracket (Figure 7).
Note: Below options are to be installed by an authorized RS reseller.
Figure 7
Installation of the Front Feeder Option (Includes 2 brackets,
one spindle, and mounting hardware).
5. Install the right rewinder on the outside of the frame and
connect the motor wire connector to the rear wire
(Figures 8 & 9).
1. Install the Front Feeder to the inside of the front frames
using four 1/4"(M6) hexagon bolts on each side (Figure 1)
Figure 1
Figure 8
6. Reinstall the rear cover.
Installing the Rear Rewinder Option (Includes motorized
winder, bracket, one spindle, and mounting hardware).
1. Remove the left and right covers by using a Phillips
screwdriver (four screws on each side cover) (Figures 2 &
3).
7. Reinstall the side covers.
Figure 2
Figure 3
8. Reinstall the lever knob and screw.
Figure 9
2. Remove the lever knob screw and lever (Figure 4).
Figure 4
3. Remove the rear cover by removing all
10 screws (4 top, 4 bottom, and 1 on
each side) (Figure 5 & 6).
Figure 5
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Figure 6
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14. MAINTENANCE
16. SPECIFICATIONS
Cleaning the Body of the laminaor
1. To clean the machine body, dampen a cloth with water only and gently wipe the machine clean.
Removing Adhesive Build Up
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164kg / 361lbs
1960 900 850(mm)
77" 35.5" 33.5"
270kg / 595lbs
Unit weight
Carton dimensions
(w x d x h)
Gross Weight
1710 650 1210 (mm)
67.5" 21.5" 47.5"
Yes
Yes
Take up system
Yes
15mm / 0.6"
Chain link to mai motor
Mounting thickness
Yes
Film core size
Yes
2 Roller
Auto grip (2",3")
Transport type
No
Not applicable
/ 22 F
9 settings
Yes
Unit dimensions
(w x d x h)
Foot pedal
Reverse
Remote control
Cold lamination
Cross cutter
Max Temperature control
50
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Hot lamination
None
DC geared
Driving motor
Film thickness
Max laminating speed
Speed control
Not applicable
10min
Hot Roller
Ready time
5m/min / 16.4ft/min
25~250 mic / 1~10mil
Heating method
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100W
Max laminating width
a. Loosen the top roll film tension.
b. Loosen the bottom roll film tension.
Power supply
a. Upward curl.
b. Downward curl.
Power consumption
Curled lamination:
Description
a. Raise the temperature.
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b. Properly install the paper guide so that
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c. Replace the motor fuse.
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Solution
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b. Put the power switch to the “I” (On)
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c. Reset the circuit breaker.
d. Replace the fuse.
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1. Drive chain and sprockets should be lubricated with either a light coat of gear lube or
heavy grease (lithium grease) after 6 months or 1000 hours of operation, whichever
comes first.
1400mm / 55"
Lubrication
AC 100, 200, 220~240V 50/60Hz 120V 60Hz
Note: Rub firmly but do not scrub the rollers vigorously as this may scratch the
surface.Do not use sharp metal objects, steel wool, or abrasives, as these
may also damage the rollers.
1650W, 800W
2. Use a damp (water only) cloth and a rubber gum eraser to remove the adhesive on the
Teflon (metal) and silicone rollers.
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1. Remove the film from the laminator.