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Attachment, Setup, Service
General notes ............................................... 2
Purpose of the stacker............................... 2
System requirements................................. 2
Safety notes .............................................. 3
Attaching the stacker..................................... 4
Setting up the stacker.................................... 5
Activating/deactivating the textile stacker .. 5
Setting the stacker..................................... 6
Feeding in the material .............................. 7
Maintenance ................................................. 8
Lubricating................................................. 8
Servicing notes.............................................. 9
Safety ........................................................ 9
General notes............................................ 9
Technical modifications ........................... 10
Service ........................................................ 13
Top draw rod bearing .............................. 13
Top cutter ................................................ 14
Bottom cutter ........................................... 15
Setting the cutter...................................... 17
Carriage guide ......................................... 19
Pusher ..................................................... 21
Right balancer ......................................... 22
Left balancer............................................ 22
Setting the balancers ............................... 22
Anti-static brush/pusher ........................... 23
Anti-static brush/material guide................ 23
Microswitch.............................................. 24
Photoelectric switch ................................. 24
Lid switch................................................. 25
Retrofitting the type I material guide......... 26
Technical specifications............................... 27
Index ........................................................... 28
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General notes
Purpose of the stacker
The TCS textile stacker is an auxiliary unit for use with the printer types
indicated in the header.
The designation TCS means Textile Cutter Stacker, and refers to the
device's main area of application, the cutting and stacking of textile label
material.
TCS
In addition to textile materials, the TCS also cuts and stacks self-adhesive
and card material under the following condition:
The TCS is not suitable for alternately processing textile and card or selfadhesive material. Use either textile material, or card/self-adhesive
material. The latter material types slightly blunt the cutter – it is then no
longer suitable for cutting textile material.
Materials
Please refer to the TCS Product Information for details about label
materials which have been approved for processing with the TCS.
Information about permitted label dimensions, maximum stack height etc.
can be found in the section Technical specifications on page 27.
System requirements
Preparation of
peripheral devices
To be able to operate auxiliary units such as the TCS, the printer
requires special equipment. The preparation of these peripheral devices
(see Tab. 1:) essentially consists of output stage circuit for the motor of the
auxiliary unit and a connecting cable.
Printer
Preparation of
peripheral devices
TTX 350/Ocelot
optional
TTK/Texxtile
standard
Tab. 1: The preparation of peripheral devices is available as an option. It comes as
standard for the TTK/Texxtile.
Instructions on testing the TTX 350/Ocelot for preparation of the peripheral
devices and the subsequent installation of the peripheral board are given in
the Service Manual for the TTX 350/Ocelot, topic section "Service", chapter
"Upgrading".
Setting up
After assembling the TCS, you must configure the printer to the auxiliary
device.
Instructions can be found in section Activating/deactivating the textile
stacker on page 5.
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Safety notes
CAUTION!
Danger of cuts to hands and fingers!
– Do not remove safety devices!
– Do not bypass safety devices!
– Disconnect the printer before installing the TCS!
– Do not touch the blades even when the unit is switched off!
Safety devices
Safety device
Front plexiglass
cover
Lid switch
Rear plexiglass cover
The TCS is fitted with the following safety devices in order to protect the
user against physical damage caused by cuts or squeezing/crushing
injuries.
Figure
Function
Check
Prevents access to the
cutter.
A visual check is
sufficient: Is the cover
in place?
The printer and stacker
will stop if the cover is Functional check: The
opened during (printing printer and TCS must
or cutting) operation.
stop if it is opened
during (printing or
cutting) operation.
Display: ST52
Prevents access to the
cutter.
A visual check is
sufficient: Is the cover
in place?
Fig. 1: Safety devices on the TCS. Make sure that all safety devices
are in place and functioning properly!
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Attaching the stacker
1. Switch the printer off and remove the
mains plug.
2
2. Remove the printer cutter cover (1). To
do this, unscrew the two Allan key lock
screws (2).
3. Screw on the stacker connector (3). The
borehole (4) must point downwards.
1
2
4. Twist out the shaft (5) until there is a
gap of approx. 2 cm at the bottom.
5. Hang the stacker lock flange (7) into the
stacker connector (3). Place the
borehole flange (8) over the upper
connector (9) bolt head. At the same
time, the recess (10) must sit on the
thread bolt (11) which holds the shaft
(5).
3
5
4
6. Hold the stacker in position and secure it
to the shaft by turning the red winged
head.
7. Plug the stacker connector plug into the
15-pin socket on the front of the printer.
Tighten the two lock screws by hand or
with a screwdriver.
7
3
It is essential that you switch
the printer off before
plugging or unplugging the
TCS, otherwise the
electronics of the device could be
damaged!
Tools
Allan keys, 3 and 4 mm
8
9
5
10
11
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Setting up the stacker
Activating/deactivating the textile stacker
After the textile stacker has been connected, it is necessary to set the
printer for stacker operation. The textile stacker is activated by setting the
appropriate parameter in the printer parameter menu.
Activating an option which is not present can cause the device to
malfunction. Danger of injury!
Activate the textile stacker as follows:
Task
Display
1. Connect the printer
and switch on.
OFF
2. Press FEED+CUT
button several times
until:
INFO
3. Repeatedly press CUT SYSP
button until:
4. Press ENTER button:
EMUL
5. Repeatedly press CUT PEPH
button until:
6. Press ENTER button:
NONE
7. Repeatedly press CUT TCS
button until:
8. Press FEED+CUT
button:
SYSP
9. Press FEED+CUT
button:
OFF
In order to deactivate the textile stacker, set the parameter PEPH from
TSTA back to NONE.
An overview of all the parameters and possible settings can be found in
topic section "Info-Printouts and Parameters".
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Setting the stacker
Setting the material width
1. Measure the material width if unknown.
6
2. Unscrew the two thumb screws (6) on
the stacker.
3. Push the side part until its right-hand
edge corresponds to the measured
material width on the scale (7). Width
set in the illustration: 52 mm.
7
Odd dimensions are given in the lower
half of the scale, even dimensions in the
upper half.
6
4. Tighten the thumb screws.
Setting the material support
Push the material support (8) up to the
stop plate.
Setting the pusher
1. Open the plexiglass cover.
2. Unscrew the thumb screw (1).
3. Push the right-hand pusher (2) about
1 cm to the left. Turn the spacing lever
until it is at right-angles to the edge (3).
Push the pusher to the right again up to
the spacing lever.
4. Tighten the thumb screw.
5. Turn the spacing lever back (parallel to
the edge).
8
6. Close the plexiglass cover
1
3
2
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Feeding in the material
1. Push in the material end (1) between the
slide plates (2, 3).
2. Feed the material in until it juts about
one centimetre out of the stacker (4).
3
1
2
4
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Maintenance
Lubricating
Every now and again add a drop of very fine machine oil (e.g. sewing
machine oil) to the following parts to ensure that the TCS continues
functioning correctly:
• Cutter carriage guides. Add two drops of oil at the top of each side in the
guide profile.
Further information and illustrations can be found in the section Carriage
guide on page 19.
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Servicing notes
Safety
For your own safety, you must observe the following instructions whenever
carrying out servicing work:
CAUTION!
Danger of cuts to hands and fingers!
– Switch the unit off and unplug it before servicing work!
– Touching the blades even while the printer is disconnected can lead to
cuts if you are not paying attention!
– Take extreme care when carrying out setup work which requires the
unit to be operated!
– Refit safety devices when the servicing work is completed!
General notes
Locking varnish
Do not under any circumstances unscrew any screws secured with red
locking varnish! They secure settings which can only be made in the
factory.
Screws secured with blue paint are for different settings. They may be
unscrewed for servicing work – afterwards they must be secured again!
View
Unless otherwise expressly stated, the views in the description designate:
left =motor side of the stacker, front =material feed direction.
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Technical modifications
Designation
Feature
none
Retaining pins. Top material guide plate not 10/99
adjustable. Can be upgraded to Type 1
with modification kit (see Fig. 3:).
Type I
Top material guide plate adjustable by
approx. 5/00
means of a grub screw. Plexiglass plate
above the material inlet (see Fig. 3:).
Cannot necessarily be upgraded to Type II.
Type II
Reinforced bottom material guide plate.
Due to modified mounting shaft (smaller
diameter in center section).
Longer connecting cable with strain relief.
Effective from
approx. 5/01 and
serial no.
0285780105STAC
Longer side guides +reinforcing struts at
upper end between the guides.
Fig. 2: The three different variants of the TCS, resulting from design
modifications aimed at functional optimisation.
Fig. 3: Left side: older TCS version using retaining pins; right side:
version with setting screw (Type I).
Upgrading to type I
Stackers of the older version of the TCS using retaining pins (see Fig. 3:
left) can be upgraded to type I by means of a modification kit. Upgrading is
very simple and offers some advantages, e.g. easier feeding-in of the
material and less noise.
It is strongly recommended that older, type I stackers are upgraded!
For upgrade instructions, please refer to section Retrofitting the type I
material guide.
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Upgrading to type II Upgrading from type I to type II is only possible under certain conditions.
It is recommended that the following modified parts are fitted:
connecting cable with strain relief (see Fig. 6:)
bottom material guide plate (see Fig. 5:)
It is essential that the modified mounting shaft is fitted along with the
modified material guide plate!
See "Spare parts list" for more information.
All other parts used on the TCS type II are not backwards compatible and
must not be fitted in TCS units of type I!
CAUTION!
Danger of fingers being squeezed!
– Under no circumstances must you fit the additional cross-strut (part 2
in Fig. 4:) in a TCS of type I! A unit that is modified in this way will not
satisfy the safety requirements of the TÜV. Fingers could be squeezed
between the cutter carriages and the cross-strut!
2
1
1
3
4
5
Fig. 4: Constructive modifications of the TCS type II compared with
type I: longer side guides (1); additional cross-strut (2); top
material guide (3, see Fig. 5:); bottom material guide (4); strain
relief (5, see Fig. 6:)
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Fig. 5: Material guide plate. Left side: type I; right side: type II.
Fig. 6: Cable strain relief. Left side: type I; right side: type II.
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Service
1a
Top draw rod bearing
The top bearing of the draw rod (1a) (“clip
bearing”) can be exchanged as follows:
1b
1
Tools
– Allen screw, 1.5/2/2.5 mm
– Screwdriver, small
1b
Disassembling
1. Open the lid of the stacker.
2. Remove the left guard (1). Unscrew
both screws (1b).
3. Unscrew the grub screw (2) on the left
pusher. Unscrew the thumb screw (3)
on the right pusher. Push the left pusher
a little to the right.
3
2
4
4. Remove the lock washer (4) from the
end of the lower pusher rod.
5. Push the pusher rod (5) to the right until
it slides out of the draw rod bearing.
6. Swivel the draw rod (6) to the front.
Press the clip bearing (7) out of the
draw rod (use a screwdriver if
necessary).
Assembly
7. Push a new clip bearing into the recess
of the draw rod from the left.
The higher collar of the clip bearing
5
6
points to the left!
8. Refit the pusher rod again and fix it in
position with the lock washer.
9. Slide both pushers back to their
previous positions and fix them there.
10. Refit the guard.
7
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Top cutter
The top cutter (1) is attached to the carriage
(3) by three screws (2).
3
To replace the top cutter, you are
advised to remove the TCS from the
printer.
2
2
2
Tools
– Allen screw, 2/2.5/3 mm
– Screwdriver, small
Disassembling
1. Open the lid of the stacker.
2. Unscrew both fastening screws (4) of
the lid until the ends (5) of the screws no
longer project into the carriage guide.
6
4
3. Remove the draw rod.
Refer to section Top draw rod bearing
on page 13.
5
4. Push the carriage (3) up to the stop
plate.
5. Unscrew the three fastening screws (2)
of the top cutter. Remove the cutter (1)
from the side.
Assembly
6. Attach the cutter to the carriage and
tighten.
Fit the cutter with the narrower side to
the right!
7. Push the carriage down while pressing
the bottom cutter on its left side behind
the top cutter.
8. Hang the draw rod and fix it in position.
9. Tighten the lid fastening screws again.
1
1
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Bottom cutter
2
To be replaced, the bottom cutter is
removed from the rear of the TCS (1).
3
Detach the TCS from the printer first!
Tools
3
– Allen screw, 2/2.5/3 mm
– Phillips screwdriver, medium
– Medium screwdriver
Disassembling
1. Unscrew and remove the two screws (3)
of protective screen (2).
2. Dismantle the rod (5) and sliding plate
(3). To do this, unscrew the crosshead
screw (4), undo the two grub screws (6)
and unscrew the rod.
5
3. Undo the three screws (7) on the side to
get easier access to screw (8).
6
4. Unscrew the earthing strip (9) at the
right end.
3
5. After unscrewing the two screws (8),
carefully remove the lateral sheet metal
strips (10).
There are tensioned springs behind the
shut metal strips!
4
6
7
On the right, push the side housing part
(11) a little out to get easier access to
screw (8).
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Continued on the next page.
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10
10
11
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8
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4. On each side, unscrew the two screws
(2) and remove the slide blocks (1).
5. Remove the bottom cutter (3) as shown.
1
2
2
Assembly
7. Refit the bottom cutter.
Grease the lower edge of the bottom
cutter before replacing it.
Ensure that the cutter is installed
correctly: The boreholes for the contact
spring point to the rear; the cutter blade
points upwards at the front.
8. Insert the slide blocks (1) on both sides
and loosely screw in the securing
screws.
9. Push a feeler gauge (4) or a piece of
paper or something else which is
0.05 mm thick between the slide block
and the bottom cutter.
3
An aperture of 0.05 mm must remain
between the slide block and the bottom
cutter!
10. Push in the slide block from above, and
at the same time tighten up the
fastening screws.
Tighten the screws moderate! – Risk of
1
damaging the thread by overturning!
11. Secure the second slide block in the
same manner.
Check: the bottom cutter must be able to
4
move freely underneath the slide blocks.
12. Place the contact springs (5) on the grub
screws of the metal strips (see
illustration). Screw the metal strips tight.
13. Tighten the housing screws again.
14. Screw the earthing strip and protective
screen tight.
15. Attach the rod and sliding plate.
5
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Setting the cutter
Top cutter
1. Loosen the motor attachment (1).
2. Push a feeler gauge (0.5 mm) between
guide and slide block.
Führung
0,5
3. Turn the crank to the bottom dead
centre (2) and tighten the motor
attachment screws.
4. Turn the crank to the top dead centre.
Gleitstein
1
The fastening screw can be accessed
from the outside by a borehole in the
housing.
Top photo: motor fitted
Middle photo: motor removed
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5. Set the photoelectric switch flag (3) so
that it covers the photoelectric switch
(4). To do this loosen the fastening
screw (5), adjust the position of the flag
and then retighten the screw.
2
1
1
At top dead centre the top and bottom
cutters overlap by less than a
centimetre.
5
The aperture between the two cutters
must be sufficient to allow material to
pass through (6).
3
4
3
5
6
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Bottom cutter
1. Connect the stacker to the printer.
2. Loosen bottom cutter setting screw (4).
To do this, unscrew the counter nut (5).
3. Operate the printer (stack).
4. Turn the setting screw in slowly while
the stacker is working; keep one hand
on the OFFLINE button of the printer.
5. Press the OFFLINE button as soon as
the stacker no longer cuts the material,
but only bends it over.
6. Unscrew the setting screw by 1.5 turns,
lock and secure it with paint.
Tools
– Allan keys, sizes 2 and 3
– Socket wrench, size 7
4
5
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Carriage guide
3a
Endurance tests have shown that it is sensible
to replace the carriage guides together with
the cutter.
1
2
Tools
– Allen key size 1.5
– Phillips screwdriver, small
– Screwdriver, small
Disassembling
1. Remove the plexiglass cover of the
stacker. To do so unscrew the two joint
screws.
3
2. Unscrew the grub screw (1) on the lefthand pusher and the thumb screw (2) on
the right-hand pusher. Push the left
pusher a little to the right.
3. Remove the outer retaining ring of the
lower pusher rod.
4. Push the pusher rod to the right out of
the bracket. Remove the draw rod.
For more detailed information about
4
steps 1 to 4, refer to section Top draw
rod bearing on page 13.
5. Remove the cross-strut (3a). To do this,
unscrew the screws at both ends of the
cross-strut.
6. Pull the cutter carriage upwards and out
of the guide (3).
7. Remove (unclip) the guide plastic parts.
To do this, first of all lift off the top part
(4), then push the bottom part (5) to the
rear out of the grooves of the aluminium
plate and thread it around the plate.
Under no circumstances unscrew or
remove the aluminium guide plate! The
correct position can only be set in the
factory.
Continued on the next page.
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Assembly
In reverse order.
Ensure that the guide parts are
positioned correctly!
Press back the bottom cutter so that the
cutters overlap again
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Pusher
Tools
– Allan keys, sizes 1.5 and 2.5
1
Disassembling
1. Open the plexiglass cover of the
stacker.
2. Unscrew both pushers from their bases
by unscrewing two screws (2)
respectively.
1
Assembly
1. Loosely screw in the fastening screws
(resp. two) of the two pushers.
2. Shift the cutter carriage until the lower
edge of the pusher (3) lies completely
on the balancer (4).
2
3. Tighten the screws.
2
4. Position the left pusher at a distance of
1.6 mm (coin thickness) (5) from the
upper edge of the balancer. Tighten the
grub screw (6).
5. Push the right-hand pusher up to the
stop plate (7) on the guard on the right.
The stop plate must stand at right
angles to the pusher. Tighten the thumb
screw.
6
5
7
3
4
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Right balancer
Disassembling/assembly
3a
Removing the side part (1) eases access to
the right balancer (2). Remove the two thumb
screws (3).
1. Remove the guard (3a).
3
1
2. Remove the clamping ring (4) from the
balancer rod.
3. Pull out the balancer rod (5).
4. Replace the balancer.
The torsion spring (6) must force the
balancer back into its resting position
(horizontal bearing surface).
2
Left balancer
4
The balancer on the left is not as easily
accessible as its opposite number. Removing
the cutter carriage is recommended in order to
access the rear clamping ring.
Refer to section Carriage guide on page
19.
Disassembling/assembly
1. Remove the guard.
2. Remove the clamping ring from the
balancer rod.
Continue as detailed in Point 2/Right
5
balancer.
6
Setting the balancers
The resting position of the balancer can
be set using resp. two grub screws (7).
To check the position, place a cheque or
telephone card etc. on the bearing
surfaces of the balancers. An aperture
should not be visible when viewed from
the front.
7
7
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Anti-static brush/pusher
Disassembling/assembly
The anti-static brush has a strip of selfadhesive tape on one side.
Mount the brush with the upper edge
3
flush with the centre edge of the
pusher (3).
Anti-static brush/material guide
Disassembling/assembly
The anti-static brush has a strip of selfadhesive tape on one side.
Mount the brush (4) at a distance of
4.5 mm (5) from the bottom edge of the
aluminium part.
5
4
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Microswitch
While the stacker is operating, the material
support always slips further down the more
labels in a stack. The support activates a
microswitch at the bottom end of the stacking
range, which stops the printer.
Assembly/Disassembling
The microswitch (1) can be replaced from the
bottom of the stacker.
1. Unscrew the two slot screws (accessible
from the outside (2)).
2. Detach the plug connector of the
connector cable from the cable tree.
2
Tools
– Screwdriver, small
Photoelectric switch
The photoelectric switch (3) is positioned
somewhat below the motor in the stacker
housing. It can be disassembled from the
back of the stacker (4) without having to open
the housing.
Assembly/Disassembling
1
1. Unscrew the Allan key fastening screw
(5) through the recess in the housing.
2. Detach the plug connector of the
connector cable from the cable tree.
Tools
– Allen key size 3
4
3
5
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Lid switch
The lid switch is positioned on the top edge of
the stacker housing. A magnet mounted on
the cover activates its contact if the cover is
opened during operation.
Disassembling
2
1. Remove the left guard.
2. Unscrew the fastening screw (1) of the
switch (2).
3. Detach the plug contact of the connector
cable from the cable tree.
Assembly
1. Initially only loosely screw in the switch
fastening screw (2).
2. Push the switch to the side. The stacker
must stop when the cover is opened by
approx. 4 mm.
Tools
– Allen key size 3
1
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Retrofitting the type I material
guide
1
The modification kit replaces the retaining pins
used in previous TCS versions.
Refer to section Technical modifications
on page 10.
2
The kit has the part number A1890 and
encloses the following parts:
4
(1) Protective screen (Illustration with blue
protection foil)
(2) Adjustment block
(3) Sliding plate
(4) Grub screw
(5) 2 round-head screws
3
5
5
Tools
– Phillips screwdriver
– Allen key size 2
1
2
Disassembling
1. Remove the retaining pins. To do so
remove the clamping rings and pull off
the pins from their guides.
7
4
2. Attach the adjustment block to the
protective screen, using the two roundhead screws.
Assembly
The screw heads showing in direction of
the cutter!
1
3. Mount the protective screen.
5
2
7
0,5
4. Remove the sliding plate (7). Mount the
new sliding plate so that the gap
between sliding plate and bottom cutter
measures 1.5 mm.
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5. Turn in the grub scew (4) until the gap
width is reduced to 0.5 mm. Lock the
screw using medium firm locking
varnish.
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Technical specifications
Material width
Textile material
15 to 53 mm
Self-adhesive
material
20 to 53 mm
Card material
25.4 to 53 mm
Label length
30 to 120 mm
Max. stack height
150 mm
Flag labels
adjustable
Electrical data
Motor supply voltage
Photoelectric switch
voltage
40 V
5V
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Index
A
Activating /deactivating the textile stacker .. 5
Anti-static brush........................................ 23
B
Balancer ................................................... 22
Bearing..................................................... 13
Bottom cutter ............................................ 15
C
Connecting the stacker............................... 4
D
Details, technical ...................................... 27
Draw rod bearing, upper ........................... 13
G
Guide, cutter carriage ............................... 19
L
Lid switch ................................................. 25
Locking varnish, red ................................... 9
Lubricating.................................................. 8
M
Material support, setting ............................. 6
Material type, changing .............................. 2
Material width, setting................................. 6
Material, feeding in ..................................... 7
Materials, which.......................................... 2
Microswitch...............................................24
Modifications, technical.............................10
O
Oiling ..........................................................8
P
Photoelectric switch ..................................24
Pusher ......................................................21
Pusher, setting............................................6
R
Retrofitting, material guide type I ..............26
S
Safety devices ............................................3
Safety paint.................................................9
Servicing work on the stacker .....................9
Setting the stacker ......................................6
Setting up the stacker .................................5
Setting, balancer.......................................22
Setting, cutter ...........................................17
System requirements..................................2
T
TCS ............................................................2
Technical specifications ............................27
Textile stacker, setting the parameters .......5
Type, constructive modifications ...............10
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