C&H Advantage G60 Material Cutter

C&H Advantage G60 Material Cutter
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INDEX
PAGE
SPECIFICATTONS/CARTON
CONTENTS
MOUNTING & ASSEIT{BLY.
I
2- 3
3- 4
SQUARING ADJUSTMENTS
5
BI,ADE HOLDER POSITIONS
6
INSTALLING
BI,ADES & CUTTING:
MATS
GI,ASS
PI,ASTIC
7 -8
8 -9
10
MAINTENANCE:
TIPS
CLEANING
11
LUBRICATION
11
ADJUSTMENTS
1L
& HINTS
L2
DIAGRAM
WARRANTY
13- 14
15
A.
Left Material
Support:
m aterial
rest.
B.
Micro
c.
Left
D.
Right Material
Rest &. Support:
for the rnaterial
rest.
E.
Slide B lock A ssembly:
a d justable
bearings.
F.
Blade Holder:
ca rtridge.
G.
V-Bar:
H.
Clamping
Handle:
I.
Clamping
over its
Bar:
Holds all
entire
length.
J.
Mounting
Braces:
Adjustrnent
Material
Screw:
Rest:
Holds
Provides
a sturdy
Provides
For
fine
adjustable
Provides
De s ig n e d wit h
a stable
b la d e
track
Activates
for
clanping
thicknesses
Mount cutter
-1 -
steel
a sturdy
s e lf
for
insert.
support
lu b ric a t in g ,
a n d g la s s
o r p la s t ic
head assembly.
bar.
of
to waII
board
or
the
adjustments.
squaring
Incorporates
u t ilit y
support
table
securely
''
'
on your purchase of a new C+H/Advantage G-60
Congratulations
glass and plastic
cutter.
You have purchased one of
matboard,
pieces of equipment available
to the professional
the finest
picture
framer.
the
Please inspect
you read
important
the
and assenbling
It's
for damage.
carton and contents
before mounting
carefully
the entire'manual
cutter.
Specifications
G -6 0
5 0 rr
M a tbo a r d, G1ass &
Plastic
Capacity
Verticat
Horizontal
height
space
TLtl
required
66tl
reguired
8 4 lb s .
Weig h t
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Carton Contents
Before mounting the cutter,
check the
parts listed
below have been included.
Besides the partially
sh o u ld contain:
assembled
- One left
material
rest
with
- One left
material
rest
support
- One right
material
- One left
cutter,
side
mounting
shipping
that
all
carton
insert
brace
be a bag containing
L7
L/4"
Flat
L7
L/4-20
l-3
S crews,
the
following
items:
Wash e rs
Nuts
1-/4-2O x l- I / 2 "
1,/4-2Ox I/ 2 "
F la t
He a d P h illip s
F la t
He a d P h illip s
L S crew
L/4-2axI
a/4"
F la t
He a d P h illip s
L S crew
L/4-2Ox2
a/4"
F la t
He a d P h illip s
l- Plastic
Cutting
5 Utility
B lades
3 A llen
verify
and support
also
2 S crews
the
to
sj-de mountingi brace
- One right
There will
rest
carton
Cartridge
Wrenches - 5 / 6 4 " n I / 8 "
and 3/I6n
Mounting
& Assembl-y
The cutter
may be wa1l or table mounted, but a waII will
almost
always provide
a
a more stable mounting surface,
so therefore
wall mount is recommended.
If the
one of
intended
rnounting surface
we recomrnend that
is dr1rwall,
the mounting braces be secured directly
to a wal1 stud.
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Carton Contents
Before mounting the cutter,
cheek the
parts listed
below have been included.
Besides the partially
sh o u ld contain:
assembled
- One left
material
rest
with
- One left
material
rest
support
- One right
- One left
- One right
There will
material
side
cutter,
rest
the
to
shipping
mounting
all
carton
insert
brace
be a bag containing
L7
L/4"
Flat
17
1,/ 4-20 Nuts
the
following
items:
Wash e rs
1-/4-2O x 1 I / 2 "
FIat
He a d p h illip s
I/2"
F la t
He a d p h illip s
L Screw
L/4-2Ox1- L/4"
Flat
Head phillips
1- S crew
1,/4-2Ox2 1 , / 4 rr F I a t
He a d p h illip s
I/4-2Ox
l- Plastic
Cutting
5 Ut,ility
Blades
3 A llen
that
and support
also
2 S crews
verify
mountj-ng brace
side
1-3 S crews,
carton
Cartridge
W renches - 5 / 6 4 " , ,
I/8"
and 3/L6n
Mountinq & Assembly
The cutter
may be waI1 or table mounted, but a wall wilr
almost
always provide
a more stable mounting surface,
so therefore
a
wall mount is recommended.
rf the
one of
intended
mounting surface
is drywall,
we recommend that
the mounting braces be secured directly
to a wall stud.
- 3-
WaII Mount
braces so that the bottom edge of the
and right
Fasten the left
depending on your own
30" from the floor
brace is approximately
braces should
and right
height.
The mounting holes for the left
b e LO 3/4" apart.
Table Mount
and right
braces so that the forward mounting
Mount the left
The mounting
3/4"
front
edge of the table.
back
from
the
holes are
apart.
3/4"
be
l-O
should
and
right
braces
holes for the left
head
to the braces with the l- L/2" Philtips
Secure the cutter
designated
holes
the
3
excluding
washers
nuts
and
flat
screws,
Do not
rest supports.
material
and right
for the left
are
adjustments
and
assembly
screws
untiL
tighten
any
completely
complete.
(A) to the baseboard
material
rest support
Fasten left
I'
and nuts.
screws,
flatwashers
head
l- L/2
Phillips
screw and lock
Remove the adjustment
material
rest and screw it in to the
29t1.
of the rest at approxinately
Install
screws,
left
nuts
material
rest
and washers.
(C) u s in g
using
nut (B) taped to the left
tapped hole in the underside
L/2"
and L L/2"
p h illip s
(D) using 2 L/4tt
rest and support
material
Install
right
washers. '
phillips
head screws, nuts and flat
and L L/4"
-4-
l- L/2"
Squarincr Adjustments
sguare on the left
material
r€st and.
P1ace a larg:e carpenters
slide
it over to the clarnping bar which should be in the clamped
position.
adjustrnent screw, adjust
the material,Using the insert
If
rest insert
until
the square agrees with the clamping bar.
screw, you may
the cutter
will
not square using the adjustment
need to raise or lower the entire
material
rest.
O nce .th e left
rest is squa re , re le a s e t h e c la mp in g b a r a n d s l i d e
the square over to the right
rest.
Adjust the right
material
r e st so that it lies on th e s a me p la n e a s t h e le f t .
At th is
tine,
you may tight e n
a ll
s c re ws a n d b o l-t s .
perfect
If you prefer,
squareness may be achieved without
carpenters
square by using the fol-Iowing procedure:
Ste p
1:
a
material
Place a ful-l sheet of matboard on the left
rest mark an rrX!! on the botton edge of thi:
L/2"
board.
Clamp it in p1ace, and trim approximately
Step 2 :
Turn
the
board
clockwise
and trirn
again
Step
3:
Turn
the
board
cl-ockwise
and trim
one more tirne.
Step
4 z,
Turn the board one more time so that the side marked
The
with the rrxrr is up against
the clamping bar.
space between the bar and the board is the distance
your cutter
3X.
is out of sguare nagnifj-ed
space.
A djust the squarin g a rm t o c lo s e I / 3 o f t h is
i.e.
If space is 3 / 8 " , a d ju s t t h e s q u a rin g a rm
to show only L/4" of space.
Check for squareness by
repeating
the above procedure.
St e p 1
S tep
Step 3
2
-5-
Step 4
BLADE HOLDER POSITTONS
The blade holder
is designed to pivot
from matboard to
g la ss/p1 astic.
The holder s h o u ld o n ly b e p iv o t e d wh e n it is i n
the RETRACTEDposition.
To retract
the bl-ade holder,
rest the
cutting
head on the bottom stop and push the blade trigger
toward the baseboard.
pin, pivot
You may then pu1I the locking
the blade holder to the desired
function
and push the pin in
until
it, is firrnly
seated.
M atbo a r d
P osition
G la s s / P l-a s t ic
Locking
T rig g e r
*6-
P o s it io n
INSERTING BLADES & CUTTING
Matboard
a S t a n le y L 9 9 2 b la d e (o r e q u iv a le n t )
Th e b la d e holder utilizes
Afthough we recommend the Heavy Duty L992
for matboard cutting.
also accept the l-991- Standard Utility
the holder will
type blade,
P ivot the blade ho ld e r t o g la s s s c o rin g p o s it io n .
Al ad e .
the blade by droppinq it into the blade slot and
Install
screw.
the knurled
tightening
automatically
The blade will
Pivot the
adjust
the depth.
p o siti on .
and there is
seat itself
back to the
blade holder
no need to
matboard
and raise the
clamp the board into position
To cut matboard,
and
by depressing
blade
cutting
the
above
Lower
cutting
head
it.
an
now
in
is
holder
blade
trigger.
The
releasing
the blade
that
material
Ue used to score thicker
unlocked position
and rif
stroke.
cannot be cut in one
push the blade
To lock the blade in the matboard position,
against
position
is resting
and
into
up until
it clicks
trigger
pin
the stop
in the block.
top
P in
and the head assernblY is
stroke
is complete,
Once the cutting
down and
push
trigger
the
blade
stop,
on
the
bottom
resting
b
la
d
e
.
t
h
e
to
re
t
ra
c
t
head
the
cutting
toward
Bl-ade
,t.r l
ddar
Retracted
G Ia ss
Note:
9 1 a ss.
Gloves
and safety
glasses
should
be worn when working
with
p iv o t t h e b la d e h o L d e r t o t h e
the glass cartr id g e ,
To i nsta}l
it c o me s t o a s t o p
g la ss position.
t o o l u n t il
Insert
t h e c u t t in g
screw.
the knurled
and tighten
in the blade holder,
-8-
head above it.
C l am p the glass in place,
a n d ra is e t h e c u t t in g
glass
tool
a
n
d
re
le
a
s
in
g
t h e b la d e
L o we r the
by d e p re s s in g
tr i gg e r .
Note:
The blad e h o ld e r is n o t d e s ig n e d t o rrlo c k do w n f i
position.
head over the
in the glass cutting
PuI1 the cutting
p
e
r
(T
h e g la s s wh e e l
s
e
c
o
n
d
.
m a ter ia l
at a speed of abo u t 1 f t .
o
will
automatically
begin s c o rin g a t t h e t o p e d g e f t h e g la ss . )
Consistent
speed is important
for an even score.
the glass to the right
so that the score is
Unclarnp and slide
over the right
edge of the baseboard.
Reclamp and snap off the
g la ss.
from the
To replace the Glass Scoring Wheel, remove the worn unit
it is firmly
catridge
and simply insert
the new unit until
seated.
The Gl-ass Cartridge
is designed to accept the followi-ng
Red De v i-I Ca rb id e Wh e e l
r e p la ce ment units:
#11O7EB
Fletch e r
T e rry S t e e l Wh e e l # O 2 -I 2 O
Fletch e r
T e rry Ca rb id e Wh e e l # O 3 -L 2 6
Glass Wheel Tens io n
Adju sti ng
If th e initial
score was t o o lig h t ,
to increase the p re s s u re
clo ckwise
If the score
clo ckwise.
Glass
was too
Tension
deep turn
the
Screw
-9-
sc r e w
t u rn t h e g la s s t e n s io n
o f t h e wh e e l- o n t h e g la s s .
tension
screw counter
Pl asti c
tooL in the same manner as the glass
cutting
the plastic
Insert
previous ly .
T h e p o in t o f t h e t o o l s h o u ld b e
ds described
too l,
in
Clamp the plastic
Tighten the knurled screw.
facing down.
Depress and release
place and raise the cutting
head above it.
so that the point of the bl-ade rests on the top
the blade trigger
e d g e o f the material.
Plastic
Scoring
Blade
draw
handle,
Applyingi even pressure on both sides of the cutting
several
Score the plastic
the blade down over the material.
edge of the
the scored line to the right
times and slide
a n d s n a p it o f f .
b a se b o ard, reclamp the ma t e ria l
scoring b1ade, remove the cartridge
,
To replace the plastic
T h e c a rt rid g e
a n e w b la d e .
an
d in s t a ll
u n scr e w the o1d bLade
Fletc h e r
T e rry # O 5 7 L 2 .
d e sig n e d to accept:
-1 0 -
is
Maintenance
C l ea n in g
pivot up to a1low you to brush
will
rest insert
material
The left
Any other area
away any glass or paper dust that may accumulate.
glass
chips
that mly accumulate paper dust or
ot tne Luiter
sh o u ld be attended to perio d ic a lly .
The V-Bar Guide for the
if it
and solvent
cloth
Lubrication
block assembly
The slide
need no further
and will
head may be wiped
cutting
becomes s o ile d .
incorporates
lubrication.
L u b ric a t in g
s e lf
The moving parts of the clarnping linkage
oiled
should be lightly
baseboard)
cutter
o p e r a ti on.
with
a soft
b e a rin g s
(located
behind the
periodically
for smooth
Adjustments
if
head assembly may be adjusted
in the cutting
fne feanings
face of the
screws in the front
the 2 allen
necessary by turning
screw
the upper or lower allen
Begin by tiqhtening
block.
slide
length of the
head along the entire
the cutting
while sliding
V- Ba r .
justment
As so o n as the head begin s
proceed with the other.
to
b in d ,
-11-
lo o s e n
the
Screws
screw
slightlY
and
TIPS
& HINTS
THEN
IF
Blade
Holder
wi-II
In mat cutting
In
glass/plastic
G l ass Wheel will
not
lock
down
- Locking pin is not fully
the blade
Retract
inserted.
holder and push Pin in
f irn t y .
position:
- Not intended to lock down in
p o s it io n .
g la s s / p la s t ic
Ho
ld e r P o s i t i o n s
B la d e
See:
position:
not
not
- G la s s c a rt rid g e . is
inserted
or is
rnserted
backwards.
score
fully
- Locking pin not fullY
see blade holder
inserted,
p o s it io n s .
- Not enough pressure,
screw.
tension
- Adjust tension
le s s p re s s u re
Top or bottom edge of
glass chipping
Not Clanping
screw
adjust
for
debris
Check for accunulated
path.
in clarnping linkage
Smoothly
- o il lin k a g e ,
maintenance
-12-
see:
CUTTING HEAD ASSEMBLY
i;i1i'i;i;i1l1i;i'l'i1i1lLJ fi1
PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT SCREW
EXTENSTON SPRING
PULL DOWN HANDLE
BLADE TRTGGER
RETAINING RTNGS
TRIGGER I"ATCH
I5
BI"ADE HOLDER RETATNING SCREI,i
13
KNURLED KNOBS
BI,ADE HOLDER
IOCKING PIN
10
SHOULDER SCREW
-Lb
GI"ASS
SHOULDER SCREW
11
SHOULDER SCREW
L7
LINKAGE
ACTUATOR ARM
18
SPRING GUARD
UTTLITY
BI,ADE
l3
OR PLEXI
CARTRIDGE
G-60
CUTTER DIAGRAM
31
AN'USTABLE
BOTTOM STOP
32
LEFT MATERTAL REST
CI,AMPTNG HANDLE
33
INSERT AD.'USTMENT SCREW & LOCK NUT
2A
SPRTNG
34
LEFT I'{ATERIAL REST SUPPORT
29
I,OWER RISER BLOCK
35
CLAMPING BAR
30
RUBBER STOP
TOP RISER BLOCK
25
RIGHT MATERIAL
20
CUTTING HEAD ASSY
26
21
BASEBOARD
22
V-BAR
23
1/8 n
24
RIGHT
S P R T N G PIN
T.TATERIAL
REST
REST SUPPORT
L4
INSERT
C+H /ADVANTAGE
WARRANTY
Nielsen
& Bainbridge
accessories
be
free
of
ninety
parts,
and
from
warrants
excluding
defects
(90)
in
days
new C+H/ADVANTAGE SERIES cutters,
the
material
from
the
cutting
head
and workmanship
date
purchase
of
by
bearings,
to
for
a period
the
original
USET/CONSUMET. THE CUTTING HEAD BEARINGS ARE COVERED BY A LIFETIME
WARRANTY.
Each
inspected
If
before
accessory
shipment
to
a C+H/ADVANTAGE cutter,
inoperable
or
cutte'r,
within
This
at
unit
no cost
and
accessories
a cutter,
to
or
thoroughly
conformance
to
specifications.
parts
due
parts
by
us;
by
use
authorized
by
us;
by
mishandling,
our
oriqinal
not
does
part
malfunctions
of
a defect
option,
replace
because
at
r or
authorized
or
be
period
the
of
will
or
accessory
repair
excludes
warranty
ensure
warranty
w€ will
workmanshipr
defective
the
part
and
repairs
or
not
accessories
or
material
the
of
not
designed
adjustment,
improper
in
malfunctions
persons
by
is
consumer/purchaser.
defects
cover
to
or
user
or
or
modifications
damages.
To obtain
Authorized
This
under
this
warranty,
other
warranties,
contact
your
C+H Distributor.
is
warranty
Nielsen
replacement
or
repair
in
lieu
& Bainbridge
including
the
of
all
warranties
of
aI1
disclaims
expressly
or
implied.
warranties,
other
and
merchantability
expressed
for
fitness
a particular
purpose.
neither
The manufacturer
per son
other
the
In
of
no event
the
assume
maintenance
sale,
losses,
to
shall
indicental
use
of
this
assumes
for
r or
Nielsen
or
nor
any
it,
repair
of
product.
15
any
representative
j-n connection
liability
other
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authorizes
or
with
cutters.
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direct
liable
or
for
any
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damages
or
arising
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