Z-M15X 15,000RPM Motor Assembly

Z-M15X 15,000RPM Motor Assembly
Instruction Manual
for
15,000RPM Motor Assembly
Model: New Z-M15X
Power Hand 2X controllers and handpieces combine to create the most versatile finishing system
in the industry, offering rotary, profiling and belt sanding action.
Power Hand 2X component selection:
• Three controllers
• Six straight (four standard, two slimline)
and two angle rotaries
• Two reciprocating profilers
• One side-to-side profiler
• One belt sander
• One 4:1 reduction gear
• Separate motors and handpiece heads
201 Hancock Ave., Bridgeport, CT 06605, USA
1-203-366-5400
FAX 1-203-366-3953 Order toll-free 1-800-243%
4466
Web site: gesswein.com E-mail: info@gesswein.com
#890-2054/0812
#510-2275
Notes
Introduction
The Gesswein Power Hand 2X New Z-M15X Rotary Handpiece Motor is engineered and manufactured to a high degree of precision and will give you many
years of trouble-free service. Backed by a limited warranty that covers wear parts
for 90 days and overall balance of parts for six months.
This DC electrically driven rotary handpiece Motor is designed to be used with
Gesswein Power Hand 2X Single, Standard, Dual, Jewelers’ Micromotor, Power
Carver II and Bright-Cutting Controllers. These controllers convert the Alternating
Current (AC) power supply to a variable Direct Current (DC) by means of an I.C.
“transistorized” automatically controlled circuit.
The Gesswein Power Hand 2X handpiece series consists of nine models and
eleven head assemblies with maximum operating speeds ranging from 8,000 to
55,000rpm and 0 to 117 strokes per second. All models are identified by their
names, which are engraved on the motor housings.
Specifications
Speed Range (RPM)
Dual or Single Controller*
Standard Controller
0-15,000
1,500-15,000
Input Voltage
3-30V DC
Max. Shaft Output (W/sec.)
Dual Controller
Standard Controller
Single Controller
49
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33.8
Max. Stoppage Torque (ft.-lbs./N-m**)
Dual Controller
Standard Controller
Single Controller
0.065/0.088
0.058/0.078
0.053/0.072
*Or Standard Controller with variable-speed foot rheostat
**Foot-pounds/Newton-meters
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Notes
1. Accessories
Included Accessories
A.Two Carbon Brushes (reorder #510-0163)
Optional Accessories
A.Handpiece Extension Cord (#510-1120): adds 6 feet, or almost 2 meters,
to the 1.7-meter rotary handpiece cord
B.Handpiece Cradle Rest (#510-1130): provides a safe holding place
for the rotary handpiece when not in use
C.Variable-Speed Foot Rheostat (#510-3100)
D.On/Off Foot Switch (#510-3105)
E.3mm Collet (#501-0106)
F.Reducing Collets: 1⁄ 8" to 3⁄ 32" (#816-1501), 1⁄ 8" to 1⁄ 16" (#816-1502),
3⁄ 32" to 1⁄ 16" (#816-1503), 3mm to 3⁄ 32" (#816-1504), 3mm to 1⁄ 16" (#816-1505)
2. Parts Nomenclature
1. Test Rod
2. Collet
3. Head Cover
4. Collet Release Ring
5. Motor Connecting Ring
6. Motor Housin­g
7. Motor Cover
8. Power Cord with 3-pin plug
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Fig. 1
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3. Operating Procedure with Standard Controller
With your rotary handpiece fitted with a selected tool, connect the Gesswein
Power Controller to an electrical supply and the handpiece to one of the two
output sockets provided.
Set the Slide Rheostat on the Controller to “Low” or the “0” position. Put the
Controller Main Switch to the “ON” position, which lights up a pilot light that indicates your rotary handpiece is ready to use.
To increase the speed of the rotary handpiece, move the Slide Rheostat toward
“High” or “10.” You can then begin working. When work is completed, put the
Main Switch to “OFF.”
To operate your rotary handpiece using the optional Variable-Speed Foot
Rheostat or optional On/Off Foot Switch, please refer to the Power Hand 2X
Controller Instruction Manual for proper connection. The handpiece will not rotate
until the foot rheostat/switch is depressed. The rheostat provides infinitely variable
speed control; the switch only turns handpiece on and off (operates at speed
selected on control unit).
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Z-M15X Parts List
4. Precautions
When ordering spare parts, always specify part# (or item# if applicable) and
description.
Part#
Item#
Description
Z-M15X-101
8960001
Motor Case
Z-M15X-102
8960002
Countersunk Head Screw
Z-M15X-103
8960003
O-TYPE RUBBER RING
Z-M15X-104
8960004
Metal Spacer
Z-M15X-105
8960005
Teflon Spacer
8960006
Metal Spacer
Z-M15X-106
8960007
Wave Washer
Z-M15X-200
5102316
Armature Complete
Z-M15X-201
5103087
Ball Bearing
Z-M15X-202
8960008
METAL Spacer
Z-M15X-203
8960005
TEFLON Spacer
Z-M15X-204
5102317
Armature
8960010
DUST PROOF COLLAR
8960011
DUST PROOF COLLAR
Z-M15X-205
5103073
Ball Bearing
Z-M15X-301
8960012
O-TYPE Rubber Ring
Z-M15X-302
8960013
TEFLON Spacer
Z-M15X-303
8960014
Rear Lid
8960015
O-TYPE RUBBER RING
Z-M15X-304
5100161
Carbon Brushes (one set)
Z-M15X-305
8960018
(+) Terminal Plate
Z-M15X-306
8960016
Brush Side Lid
Z-M15X-307
8960019
(–) Terminal Plate
Z-M15X-308
8960017
Pan Head Screw
Z-M15X-309
5100167
Motor Cord with Plug
Z-M15X-310
8960023
Motor CAP COMPLETE
8960021
MOTOR CAP
8960024
PLASTIC CAP RING
A.Before operating your handpiece, be sure that the Collet Release Ring is in
the “S” or secure position. Failure to do so (referred to as “locked rotor condition”) will cause the motor to stall and could possibly cause motor damage.
B.Do not attempt to change tools or rotate the Collet Release Ring while the
handpiece is running. This action will stop the motor abruptly, cause parts
damage, and could also possibly cause motor damage.
C.During use, avoid stalling the motor by pushing too hard on the work tool or
by exceeding the torque capacity of the handpiece motor.
D.The Gesswein Power Hand 2X Rotary Handpiece is designed not to overheat
with normal use. It can be used continuously and will provide efficient, longlife performance if you apply just enough machining and polishing pressure
to maintain full motor speed.
E.The 3⁄ 32" (2.35mm), 1⁄ 8" (3.2mm) and 3.0mm collets are manufactured to
accept 3⁄ 32", 1⁄ 8" and 3.0mm ± 0.0008" shank tools respectively. Use only
tools that correspond to the collet size being used.
F.
Do not use your handpiece in water or oil, and never allow any oil, water
or other fluids, dirt, or wood dust to enter the inner casing. Failure to keep
foreign matter out of the inner casing will cause damage to the ball bearing
assemblies.
G.
Do not subject the power cord on the handpiece to sharp bending or rough
treatment. Such treatment could break the cord wires or damage the male
connecting pins and female cord connectors.
H.
To disconnect the power cord, unscrew the motor cover to expose the male
connector, then pull the cord straight back. Do not wiggle it back and forth.
I.Be careful not to point the handpiece at any part of the body while it is
running, particularly during startups.
J. B
e careful when using Wire Burnishing Tools. Do not use these tools at
speeds faster than 14,000­-15,000rpm. Each tool is made of individual piano
wire. Operating a Wire Burnishing Tool at higher than recommended speed
could cause the wire to come free from the hub.
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5. Maintenance
Replacement of Carbon Brushes
Dust Removal
The motors in the Gesswein Power Hand 2X Rotary Handpieces use a spring
tension-type carbon brush assembly. The approximate life of these brushes is
800-1,000 hours. Use the set of two replacement carbon Brushes supplied with
your handpiece when it becomes necessary to replace worn brushes. (Brushes
should be changed when handpiece is not running at maximum speed, or if it
sounds as though it’s running out of gas.) Please note that in the event you
must change the brushes, it is important that both be replaced at the same time.
Replacement of only one carbon brush will cause motor damage.
From time to time, it will be necessary to clean excessive dust that accumulates
in the motor cover. To remove this dust, unfasten the handpiece Motor Cover
by turning it in a counterclockwise direction. If compressed air is available, use
it inside the cover and the motor armature air cooling vent. If air is not available,
remove excessive dust with a dry brush. If necessary, use a cloth moistened
with detergent to clean the cover, and blow into the air cooling vents to clean
around the armature. Do not use any volatile liquid as a cleaner (i.e. paint thinner or alcohol).
Periodically cleaning the inner threads on handpiece collets will ensure their
easy collet removal when changing sizes. Twist a clean rolled-up piece of tissue
paper in and out of the threaded area.
To replace worn carbon brushes, shut off main power supply. Disconnect the
Motor Cover by unscrewing it in a counterclockwise direction. The motor brushes
are now exposed. The worn brush assemblies can be removed by using a small
Phillips head screwdriver on the screws that secure the assemblies (see Fig. 4).
The brush spring mount will push the assembly out of the well so that it can then
be lifted clear.
The two new carbon brushes should be installed by gently pushing them into
the brush well. When each assembly has been screwed in securely, replace the
Motor Cover and Power Cord.
Lubrication
Lubrication of your Gesswein Power Hand 2X Rotary Handpiece is not
necessary, and you should not let oil or other fluids enter the Head Assembly
(see Precautions, 4F).
Carbon Brush
Screw
Loosen
Tighten
Motor Cover
Fig. 4
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5. Maintenance
Replacement of Carbon Brushes
Dust Removal
The motors in the Gesswein Power Hand 2X Rotary Handpieces use a spring
tension-type carbon brush assembly. The approximate life of these brushes is
800-1,000 hours. Use the set of two replacement carbon Brushes supplied with
your handpiece when it becomes necessary to replace worn brushes. (Brushes
should be changed when handpiece is not running at maximum speed, or if it
sounds as though it’s running out of gas.) Please note that in the event you
must change the brushes, it is important that both be replaced at the same time.
Replacement of only one carbon brush will cause motor damage.
From time to time, it will be necessary to clean excessive dust that accumulates
in the motor cover. To remove this dust, unfasten the handpiece Motor Cover
by turning it in a counterclockwise direction. If compressed air is available, use
it inside the cover and the motor armature air cooling vent. If air is not available,
remove excessive dust with a dry brush. If necessary, use a cloth moistened
with detergent to clean the cover, and blow into the air cooling vents to clean
around the armature. Do not use any volatile liquid as a cleaner (i.e. paint thinner or alcohol).
Periodically cleaning the inner threads on handpiece collets will ensure their
easy collet removal when changing sizes. Twist a clean rolled-up piece of tissue
paper in and out of the threaded area.
To replace worn carbon brushes, shut off main power supply. Disconnect the
Motor Cover by unscrewing it in a counterclockwise direction. The motor brushes
are now exposed. The worn brush assemblies can be removed by using a small
Phillips head screwdriver on the screws that secure the assemblies (see Fig. 4).
The brush spring mount will push the assembly out of the well so that it can then
be lifted clear.
The two new carbon brushes should be installed by gently pushing them into
the brush well. When each assembly has been screwed in securely, replace the
Motor Cover and Power Cord.
Lubrication
Lubrication of your Gesswein Power Hand 2X Rotary Handpiece is not
necessary, and you should not let oil or other fluids enter the Head Assembly
(see Precautions, 4F).
Carbon Brush
Screw
Loosen
Tighten
Motor Cover
Fig. 4
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Z-M15X Parts List
4. Precautions
When ordering spare parts, always specify part# (or item# if applicable) and
description.
Part#
Item#
Description
Z-M15X-101
8960001
Motor Case
Z-M15X-102
8960002
Countersunk Head Screw
Z-M15X-103
8960003
O-TYPE RUBBER RING
Z-M15X-104
8960004
Metal Spacer
Z-M15X-105
8960005
Teflon Spacer
8960006
Metal Spacer
Z-M15X-106
8960007
Wave Washer
Z-M15X-200
5102316
Armature Complete
Z-M15X-201
5103087
Ball Bearing
Z-M15X-202
8960008
METAL Spacer
Z-M15X-203
8960005
TEFLON Spacer
Z-M15X-204
5102317
Armature
8960010
DUST PROOF COLLAR
8960011
DUST PROOF COLLAR
Z-M15X-205
5103073
Ball Bearing
Z-M15X-301
8960012
O-TYPE Rubber Ring
Z-M15X-302
8960013
TEFLON Spacer
Z-M15X-303
8960014
Rear Lid
8960015
O-TYPE RUBBER RING
Z-M15X-304
5100161
Carbon Brushes (one set)
Z-M15X-305
8960018
(+) Terminal Plate
Z-M15X-306
8960016
Brush Side Lid
Z-M15X-307
8960019
(–) Terminal Plate
Z-M15X-308
8960017
Pan Head Screw
Z-M15X-309
5100167
Motor Cord with Plug
Z-M15X-310
8960023
Motor CAP COMPLETE
8960021
MOTOR CAP
8960024
PLASTIC CAP RING
A.Before operating your handpiece, be sure that the Collet Release Ring is in
the “S” or secure position. Failure to do so (referred to as “locked rotor condition”) will cause the motor to stall and could possibly cause motor damage.
B.Do not attempt to change tools or rotate the Collet Release Ring while the
handpiece is running. This action will stop the motor abruptly, cause parts
damage, and could also possibly cause motor damage.
C.During use, avoid stalling the motor by pushing too hard on the work tool or
by exceeding the torque capacity of the handpiece motor.
D.The Gesswein Power Hand 2X Rotary Handpiece is designed not to overheat
with normal use. It can be used continuously and will provide efficient, longlife performance if you apply just enough machining and polishing pressure
to maintain full motor speed.
E.The 3⁄ 32" (2.35mm), 1⁄ 8" (3.2mm) and 3.0mm collets are manufactured to
accept 3⁄ 32", 1⁄ 8" and 3.0mm ± 0.0008" shank tools respectively. Use only
tools that correspond to the collet size being used.
F.
Do not use your handpiece in water or oil, and never allow any oil, water
or other fluids, dirt, or wood dust to enter the inner casing. Failure to keep
foreign matter out of the inner casing will cause damage to the ball bearing
assemblies.
G.
Do not subject the power cord on the handpiece to sharp bending or rough
treatment. Such treatment could break the cord wires or damage the male
connecting pins and female cord connectors.
H.
To disconnect the power cord, unscrew the motor cover to expose the male
connector, then pull the cord straight back. Do not wiggle it back and forth.
I.Be careful not to point the handpiece at any part of the body while it is
running, particularly during startups.
J. B
e careful when using Wire Burnishing Tools. Do not use these tools at
speeds faster than 14,000­-15,000rpm. Each tool is made of individual piano
wire. Operating a Wire Burnishing Tool at higher than recommended speed
could cause the wire to come free from the hub.
8
5
3. Operating Procedure with Standard Controller
With your rotary handpiece fitted with a selected tool, connect the Gesswein
Power Controller to an electrical supply and the handpiece to one of the two
output sockets provided.
Set the Slide Rheostat on the Controller to “Low” or the “0” position. Put the
Controller Main Switch to the “ON” position, which lights up a pilot light that indicates your rotary handpiece is ready to use.
To increase the speed of the rotary handpiece, move the Slide Rheostat toward
“High” or “10.” You can then begin working. When work is completed, put the
Main Switch to “OFF.”
To operate your rotary handpiece using the optional Variable-Speed Foot
Rheostat or optional On/Off Foot Switch, please refer to the Power Hand 2X
Controller Instruction Manual for proper connection. The handpiece will not rotate
until the foot rheostat/switch is depressed. The rheostat provides infinitely variable
speed control; the switch only turns handpiece on and off (operates at speed
selected on control unit).
4
9
Instruction Manual
for
15,000RPM Motor Assembly
Model: New Z-M15X
Power Hand 2X controllers and handpieces combine to create the most versatile finishing system
in the industry, offering rotary, profiling and belt sanding action.
Power Hand 2X component selection:
• Three controllers
• Six straight (four standard, two slimline)
and two angle rotaries
• Two reciprocating profilers
• One side-to-side profiler
• One belt sander
• One 4:1 reduction gear
• Separate motors and handpiece heads
201 Hancock Ave., Bridgeport, CT 06605, USA
203-366-5400
FAX 203-366-3953 Order toll-free 800-243-4466
%
Web site: gesswein.com E-mail: info@gesswein.com
#890-2054/0812
#510-2275
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