ABM 26

ABM 26
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
AND OPERATOR’S MANUAL
FOR
Beveling Machine for sheet edges
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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I.
SAFETY INSTRUCTION ............................................................................................................................ 3
1. GENERAL INFORMATION........................................................................................................................ 3
2. GENERAL SAFETY ADVICE .................................................................................................................... 4
II.
STANDARD ABM-26 SET .......................................................................................................................... 6
III.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................................................................ 6
IV.
MACHINE UNITS ........................................................................................................................................ 7
V.
OPERATION ...............................................................................................................................................16
VI.
REMARKS ...................................................................................................................................................17
VII. STARTUP AND OPERATION ...................................................................................................................18
VIII. "J" TYPE CHAMFERING ...........................................................................................................................19
IX. MACHINE DRAWINGS & PARTS LIST....................................................................................................22
IX.
ELECTRIC DIAGRAM ...............................................................................................................................39
X.
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ..................................................................................................40
XI.
WARRANTY CARD………………………………………………………………………………………41
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BEFORE YOU START WORK WITH THE MACHINE,
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
AND SAVE ALL RECOMMENDATIONS.
I.
SAFETY INSTRUCTION
Beveling machine should be used only for the appropriate purpose. Using the machine
for incompatible purposes might cause safety hazards.
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
The beveling machine type ABM-26 is designed for machining sheet edges before
welding. Because of its operational simplicity and very high machining properties, the
beveling machine is capable of effective and efficient machining of sheet edges within an
angle range of 0º to 60º and beveling width “b” up to 1" (26 mm). With additional equipment
it can be used for machining edges within an angle range of 60º to 75º.
Before starting operation, read this manual carefully and pay particular attention to
safety conditions.
Dimension “b” (see fig.1) can be calculated from the following formula:
b = d/(sinβ * cosβ)
d max = 13 mm. It results from the machine’s construction. It is recommended not to exceed
4mm per single milling pass.
b max = ~ 38mm. It results from diameter of beveling milling head Ø 50 and location of its
axis with respect to machined material.
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2. GENERAL SAFETY ADVICE
Beveling machine must not be used when:
1. The operator has not read the Operator’s Manual.
2. The work to be done is not in agreement with the recommendations in this Manual.
3. Beveling machine is not complete or has been repaired with non-original parts.
4. Power supply parameters do not conform to those stated on the motor’s plate.
5. Before starting operation the operator has not inspected the machine condition, particularly
condition of the power cord, control elements and condition of machining tools as well as
presence of protective screws at both ends of the guide.
6. Power supply socket is not equipped with a protection circuit.
7. Unprotected bystanders are present in the immediate vicinity of machine.
Important rules of safe use of beveling machine:
1. Before attempting to work with the machine check condition of power cord and plug.
2. Do not use power cord for unintended purpose. Never carry the machine by cord or yank
it to disconnect a plug from a socket.
3. Do not let power cord be pulled tightly when in use as this will break or weaken it.
4. Inspect presence of protective screws (see item 4.4 at fig.6).
5. The beveling machine should be connected to an installation equipped with protection
circuit (neutral or ground) and protected with a 16 A fuse for 220V. When used on
building sites, it must be supplied through a separation transformer made in the
second class of protection
6. Machine can be used outdoors, but is not weatherproof. Do not expose to rain, snow or
frost.
7. Do not use the machine in explosion hazard zones.
8. Always wear safety goggles, gloves and ear protection.
9. It is not advisable to use blunt of damaged tools.
10. Do not remove metal chips with bare hands – The metal chips are HOT.
11. Carry metal chip container by handles - container may be HOT.
WARNING:
DO NOT CATCH ANY ROTATING MACHINE PARTS
OR METAL CHIPS FORMING DURING MILLING WITH HANDS
Warning!
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DO NOT TOUCH METAL CHIP CONTAINER, BEVELING MILLING HEAD AND
CHIPS FORMING DURING MILLING WITH HANDS AS THEY ARE HOT AND
CAN CAUSE SERIOUS BURNS.
12.
13.
Machining inserts must be securely fastened in milling head body by means of screws.
If insert edge is worn, rotate the insert in its seat by 90º or replace it with a new one
specified in the Operation’s Manual, if there is no unused edge left.
Do not touch milling head with hands as it gets very hot and can cause serious burns.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Maintain machine and tools with care. Cover steel elements with thin grease layer to
protect machine against rust when not in use for a long period of time.
It is necessary to clean metal chips from machine, particularly from the milling head
every time the work is finished. Disconnect the power cord before cleaning.
Use tools recommended in Operator’s Manual only.
Always use proper tools recommended by manufacturer.
Damaged parts of machine should only be replaced with original ones.
Always disconnect machine from power source before performing any maintenance or
repair activities.
Each time before use, inspect machine to ensure there is no damage and to determine
that machine will operate properly and for intended purpose.
Check the machine for damage and that all parts are properly fastened.
Use only authorized service centers, authorized by Seller, for any mechanical and
electrical repairs of the beveller.
Before each use the machine should be checked for the presence of damage. Check
whether any of the parts are broken and all the parts are secured properly. Make sure to
maintain proper conditions affecting work of the machine.
23. In the case that the machine falls on a hard surface, from a height, is wet or is subjected
to other events that could affect its technical state - work should be terminated
immediately and the machine should be sent to service for inspection as soon as possible
Please abide by all recommendations.
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II.
STANDARD ABM-26 SET
Standard set includes:
•
Carriage mounted on one guide segment
- 1 pc
•
Guide segment
- 1 pc
•
Clamping guide
- 2 pcs
•
Complete milling unit – ready to operate
- 1 pc
•
Bracket head assy 0 º
- 1 pc
•
•
•
•
Bracket head assy +22.5º
Bracket head assy +37.5º
Bracket head assy +45º
Guide set block
- 1 pc
- 1 pc
- 1 pc
- 3 pcs.
•
Metal chips container
- 1 pc
•
Chips skimming fender
- 1 pc
•
Allen wrench hex s=4
- 1 pc
•
Allen wrench hex s=5
- 1 pc
•
Allen wrench hex s=6
- 1 pc
•
Allen wrench hex s=8
- 1 pc
•
Insert key – T 15
- 1 pc
•
Operator’s manual
- 1 pc
III. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Power supply ……………………………………………….230-240 V AC
Power consumption ………………………………………..1.5 kW
Standard Beveling angles …………………………………0º, 22.5º, 37.5º, 45º *
Angle β
b in inches
b in mm
0
1.4
35
Max beveling width depending on angle
22.5
30
37.5
45
1.4
1.2
1.1
1.0
35.0
30.0
26.9
26.0
60
1.2
30.0
75
1.4
35.0
Working feed speed (for steel) - up to 400 mm/min
*
Angle 0º allows for smoothing and levelling sheet front, e.g. after oxy-acetylene cutting.
Other angles in 0-60º range on request.
**
75º Available with optional equipment.
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IV. MACHINE UNITS
1. Main units
8
Fig. 2 Main units
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
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Carriage
Milling unit and motor
Bracket head
Guide rail
Guide set block
Metal chip container
Machined material
Clamping guide
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2. Milling machine carriage
Carriage (1) precisely transmits milling (unit 2) along guide at a speed enabling optimal
milling. Carriage (1) and guide rail (4) are a set and carriage (1) should not be dismounted.
Fig. 3 Milling carriage
1.1 Drive system
1.2 Carriage housing
1.3 Electronic module
1.4 Milling unit interlock
1.5 Main power switch
1.6 Milling unit power switch
1.7 Carriage direction switch
1.8 Carriage speed potentiometer
1.9 Emergency stop switch
1.10 Milling unit power supply connection
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3. Milling unit
Milling unit (2) is a special milling head mounted directly on motor shaft. The unit is
equipped with beveling size adjustment.
Fig. 4 Milling unit
2.1 Main motor
2.2 Milling head housing
2.3 Driving ring
2.4 Driving ring lever
2.5 Milling head (equipped with replaceable cermet inserts)
Mating of milling head housing (2.2), holder (3), and driving ring (2.3) allows regulation of
depth of milling head cutting into the material.
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4. Bracket head assembly
Bracket head assembly (3) is a replaceable element. Holders enable milling of sheet edges at
the correct angle.
Fig. 5 Milling unit holder
3.1 Holder body
3.2 Beveling size interlock
3.3 Beveling size indicator
Holder replacement:
•
•
loosen up beveling size interlock (3.2)
rotate driving ring (2.3) into outermost milling head (2.5) position
•
block the movement between holder and milling unit using beveling size interlock
(3.2); it prevents bevel size change during milling
•
secure holder, along with mounted milling (unit 2), onto carriage (1) using milling unit
interlock (1.4).
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5. Guide
The standard guide rail (4) is composed of two easily detachable segments with fitting
tips (4.1 & 4.2) equipped with linking segment and two adjustable clamps (4.3). It is possible
to increase the length of the guide rail by fitting additional segments of the guide rail between
two segments with fitting tips. The guide rail allows the operator to machine plate edges up to
2 m long.
Caution:
Each time before start up of the machine, insure the presence of protective
screws at both ends of guide (see item 4.4 at fig. 6)
Fig. 6 Guide Rail
4.1 Segment of guide rail
4.2 Segment of guide rail
4.3 Clamping guide
4.4 Screw preventing the carriage from sliding off the guide rail.
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6. Guide rail set block
The set includes three guide rail set blocks which position guiding rail against machined
sheet and hold down and fix guide rail against machined material. By pressing down guide
rail set block by means of lever (5.3) against machined sheet, possible out-of-flat sheet
surface influence on milled bevel size is minimized. Guide rail set blocks are adjusted during
operation. Two out of three guide rail set blocks should be always clamped.
Fig. 7 Guide rail set block
5.1 Frame guide rail set block
5.2 Arm guide rail set block
5.3 Spoke handle including knob (assy)
5.4 Special screw
Special screw (5.4) is for correcting guide set block operation depending on the machined
material thickness (Fig. 7 presents pressed down position).
An guide rail set block can be moved only when spoke handle (5.3) is in top upper position.
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7. Exchange of milling head and machining inserts
8.3
8.4
8.1
8.5
8.2
Fig.8 - Exchange of milling head and machining inserts
8.1 Milling head
8.2 Head set screw
8.3 Shaft interlock
8.4 Cermet insert
8.5 Insert key – T 15
A) Exchange of milling head
1. Disconnect milling unit (fig.4)
a) Take plug out of socket in carriage (fig.3 item 1.10)
b) Release beveling size interlock (fig.5 item 3.2)
c) Turn driving ring into highest position (milling head max. rearward) by means
of driving ring lever (fig. 4 item 2.4)
d) Pull milling unit out of milling unit holder (fig.5)
2. Press shaft interlock (item 8.3)
3. Unscrew head set screw (item 8.2)
4. Release shaft interlock and take out milling head
Note: Perform assembly in the opposite order
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B) Exchange of machining inserts
1. Disconnect milling unit (fig.4)
a) Take plug out of socket in carriage (fig.3 item 1.10)
b) Release beveling size interlock (fig.5 item 3.2)
c) Turn driving ring into highest position (milling head max. rearward) by means
of driving ring lever (fig. 4 item 2.4)
d) Pull milling unit out of milling unit holder (fig.5)
2. Put T 15 insert fastening key (item 8.5) in the way shown at fig.8
3. Unscrew set screw in central part of cermet insert item 8.4
NOTE: Insert has got four machining edges.
4. Rotate or replace insert.
5. Tighten set screw that fastens insert (it is recommended to use provided anti-seize
lubricant on set screws for easy removal)
6. Perform activities 2 to 5 for all machining inserts - Rotate all inserts at the same time.
Do not touch milling head with bare hands.
Milling head gets hot up to 212ºF (100ºC) during operation and can burn
bare flesh.
BEFORE YOU START WORK WITH THE MACHINE,
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
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8. CHIPS SKIMMING FENDER
Chips skimming fender is a piece of standard equipment for the machine, whose role
is to reduce the amount of hot chips falling out onto beveled surface and to skim them to a
container.
A fitting of the chips skimming fender has to be performed with the milling head
bracket being removed. Two bolts M5x8 (2) have to be loosened, the chips skimming fender
(3) has to be attached (3), and two bolts (2) have to be tightened.
ATTENTION!!!
The mounting of the chips skimming fender should be inspected each time before
beginning the beveling operation or when the machine’s configuration was changed. If the
chips
skimming
fender
is
loose
it
may
cause
damage
to the milling head or the milling assembly bracket.
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V.
OPERATION
Fix guiding rail with carriage onto machined sheet surface using guide rail set block. At
that moment, carriage should be positioned on the edge of the guiding rail, i.e. outside
machined sheet. Pay attention to distance between the rail and sheet edge – surfaces A and B
of the machined material and surfaces C and D of the guiding rail should be in contact with
corresponding guide rail set block surfaces. After the guiderail has been properly positioned,
fix clamps onto sheet edge using the lever.
a.
b. After mounting the guide rail, fix milling (unit 2) with appropriate holder (3) (depending
on the angle of milling) onto carriage 1 using milling unit interlock (1.04). Then adjust
beveling sizes by rotating ring (2.3). One scale on the ring corresponds to one millimeter of
depth of milling head into the material.
c.
After connecting milling (unit 2) by plugging plug (2.6) into connection (1.10) and
switching on main switch (1.5), the machine is ready to operate. Adjust carriage speed
potentiometer (1.8) to a minimum, and switch carriage direction switch (1.7) into required
direction of milling. Start the main motor using the “I” switch (1.6). By slightly increasing
speed gently start milling. Then correct speed in order to optimize the machining process.
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Correct speed enables the operator to obtain appropriate efficiency and to prevent excessive
wear of milling head inserts as well as avoid machine overload. It is advised to set the speed
to such level that the overload indicator on the “I” switch (1.6) does not flash. After reaching
the edge of the guiding rail (running into interlock in form of clamp (4.3) or any other
obstacle) carriage movement is stopped automatically. Adjust beveling depth (in order to do
that loosen up bevel size interlock using knob (3.2), rotate driving ring (2.3) using lever (2.4),
and move milling head (2.5) closer to the material, and again clamp interlock (3.2). Start
milling in the opposite direction using direction switch (1.7). Apply this method until
required beveling depth has been obtained.
VI. REMARKS
While milling, guiding rail (4) should be pressed down by guide set block (5). It is advised
to have at least one edge finder close to the present carriage position. In order to obtain that
move edge finders along with the movement of the milling machine along machined edge,
making sure that two of them are always clamped. In order to level milled surface, make the
last movement with minimum depth of milling head, without pressing the guiding rail by
guide rail set block (5).
If the speed is too high in relation to machined layer intersection, then the machine will
stop and start again until the speed has been decreased using potentiometer (1.8) or machined
layer thickness has been decreased using ring (2.3).
If for any reason the milling head (2.5) stops in the material, which is a result of the
overload system function, then before taking any other action press the green button
START (1.06), which will make carriage (1) move in the opposite direction. It moves the
milling head away from the material and allows the operator to start the machine again (the
withdrawal movement lasts as long as the button is pressed). In order to start the milling
machine again, reset the control system by pressing the “O” button and then, after eliminating
the cause of stoppage (e.g. large change of machining depth when sheet edges are uneven) by
pressing the “I” button turn on the main motor.
Carriage (1) movement is possible only when milling (unit 2) main motor is
connected and operating.
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VII. STARTUP AND OPERATION
The milling machine is ready for operation. Before starting work, position and fix the
guiding rail against the machined material. Choose appropriate milling unit holder for the
required angle of beveling. It is advised to start milling with backed milling head to a
maximum. It particularly concerns milling at a 0º.
After all necessary adjustments, plug the appliance into mains – the socket must have a
protection circuit. Start operating by pressing “I” button (1.6) when main power switch (1.5)
is switched on. Stop by pressing the “O” button. When starting, make sure the milling head is
not in contact with sheet edge. Speed of movement is adjusted by potentiometer (1.8) and it
depends on machined layer intersection and machined material type.
ATTENTION:
It is advised not to exceed 4 mm depth of milling cutter into the material in a single
movement.
The milling process has been described in Chapter V OPERATION.
Operating the machine at close to maximum capacity (with overload indicator flashing
temporarily) is generally permissible. However, pay attention to motor temperature which
should not exceed 85ºC. Motors of this type can operate in high temperatures, but prolonged
overheating can lead to winding damage. Because of that, after having operated at maximum
capacity for a long time (max. 1 hour) stop operating for 10-15 min. Try not to cool the motor
by leaving it running idle. When running idle, motors of that type become heated much
quicker than when operating at rated capacity.
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VIII. „J” TYPE CHAMFERING
When using additional equipment the power tool can be used to bevel type “J” chamfers
in plates of thickness between 25 and 70 mm [Fig.9].
•
•
•
•
•
Additional equipment:
Milling head bracket (+ 12 º)
Guide setting blocks up to 70mm
Guide clamp up to 70mm
Insert key
Cutter with round inserts
- 1 pc
- 3 pcs
- 2 pcs
- 1 pc
- 1 pc
1. Design and operations description
The Milling head bracket is an interchangeable part [Fig.10]. Each milling head
bracket enables plate beveling at its unique angle.
A changing of the bracket head takes place after loosening of the chamfer size lock (5)
and turning the drive ring (2.3) [Fig.4] into the most outward position of a cutting head (2.5)
[Fig.4] Using the chamfer size interlock’s knob (5) relative movement between bracket head
and the milling assembly is disabled, which results in a precise depth of the chamfer’s desired
size during beveling. The milling head bracket with attached milling unit (2) [Fig.2] should be
attached to the carriage (1) [Fig. 2] using a milling unit lock (1.04) [Fig. 3].
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1 – Holder bracket body I
2 – Holder bracket body II
3 – Scale
4 – The interlock of the cutter’s
vertical position
5 – Chamfer size interlock
6 – Stop buffer screw
Fig.10 – Milling bracket head 120
2. Operation
Before taking up “J” type chamfer beveling the milling head with “square” inserts has to
be changed for a milling head with “round” inserts (see Chapter IV point 7).
Then the 12° milling head bracket is to be fixed onto the carriage (1) [Fig.2] using the
milling assembly interlock (1.4) [Fig.3]. After undoing the interlock of a cutter position, the
head bracket body II (2) has to be set for desired depth, and then stop buffer screw (6) has to
be screwed down and the cutter’s vertical position interlock (4) to the milling assembly has to
be fitted (3) [Fig.2]. Using the ring (2.3) [Fig.4] the cutter’s working depth has to be set.
In order to perform “J” type beveling a few passes are required, their amount depends on
the depth of beveled chamfer [Fig. 11].
During work of the milling head with round inserts the carriage should be moving
leftwards (up milling). The work of the machine is smoother (less vibrations) and a life of the
inserts is longer and quality of beveled surface is higher. After each “pass” of the machine the
carriage has to be moved back to far right position on the workpiece and the working depth of
the milling assembly has to be increased in order to perform next “pass”.
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For plates which thickness is greater than 35 mm the beveling operation has to be
divided into two stages [Fig. 12].
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FRE-0152-24-20-01-0
Steelmax ABM-26 /230V
ITEM
PART NUMBER
VERSION
1
2
3
3
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11*
12*
13*
14*
14.1*
14.2*
14.3*
14.4*
14.5*
WOZ-0152-01-00-00-1
ZSP-0152-02-00-00-2
WSP-0152-03-01-00-0
WSP-0152-03-03-00-0
WSP-0152-03-10-00-0
WSP-0152-03-11-00-0
SGM-0152-04-01-00-2
ZCS-0152-04-02-00-1
UST-0152-04-04-00-3
PJM-0152-05-00-00-1
ZGR-0152-06-00-00-1
PDK-000046
SRB-000101
TRN-000025
SKR-0152-12-00-00-0
ZST-0152-10-08-00-0
ZST-0152-25-00-00-0
KLC-000007
KLC-000008
KLC-000009
KLC-000011
INS-0239-32-00-00-3
1339
1343
617
640
1768
2031
DESCRIPTION
MILLING CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY
MILLING ASSEMBLY
BRACKET HEAD ASSY 45°
BRACKET HEAD ASSY 00°
BRACKET HEAD ASSY 22,5°
BRACKET HEAD ASSY 37,5°
SEGMENT GUIDE ASSY
CLAMPING GUIDE ASSY
GUIDE SET BLOCK ASSY
DRILLING CONTAINER ASSY
CHIPS DRIFT TENDER
SPRING WASHER 6,1
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M 6 x10
AUTOTRANSFORMER 115V/230V
CARRYING CASE
LABEL SET
EQUIPMENT SET
HEX WRENCH s=4
HEX WRENCH s=5
HEX WRENCH s=6
HEX WRENCH s=8
SERVICE MANUAL
Q-TY
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
3
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
*not shown on the drawing
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WOZ-0152-01-00-00-1
MILLING CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY
ITEM
PART NUMBER
VERSION
DESCRIPTION
Q-TY
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.10
1.11
1.12
1.13
1.14
1.15
1.16
1.17
1.18
LST-0152-01-01-00-1
LST-0152-01-02-00-0
AMR-0152-01-03-00-1
SLN-0152-01-04-00-0
ZSP-0152-01-05-00-0
PLY-0152-01-06-00-0
LCZ-0152-01-07-00-0
LCZ-0152-01-08-00-0
OBD-0152-01-09-00-0
UCW-0152-01-10-00-1
SRB-000219
SRB-000105
SRB-000106
SRB-000114
SRB-000115
SRB-000124
SRB-000148
SRB-000155
1345
475
CARRIAGE FRONT STRIP ASSY
CARRIAGE BACK STRIP ASSY,
SHOCK ABSORBER VIBRATION ASSY
MOTOR FEED ASSY,
ELECTRONIC CONTROL SYSTEM ASSY,
CARRIAGE MAIN PLATE,
CARRIAGE GIUDE CONNECTOR RIGHT,
CARRIAGE GIUDE CONNECTOR LEFT,
CARRIAGE HOUSING ASSEMBLY,
CARRIAGE HOLDER,
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M5 x 65
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6X14
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6X16
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6x20
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6x25
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6X40
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M8x20
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M8X30
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
6
4
7
4
4
3
8
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479
480
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ITEM
1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4
1.1.5
1.1.6
1.1.7
1.1.8
1.1.9
1.1.10
1.1.11
1.1.12
1.1.13
1.1.14
1.1.15
1.1.16
1.1.17
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PART NUMBER
LST-0152-01-01-01-1
WLK-0152-01-01-02-0
OBS-0152-01-01-03-0
WLK-0152-01-01-04-0
BLD-0152-01-01-05-1
PRT-0152-01-01-06-0
SPR-0130-20-07-00-0
LOZ-000091
LOZ-000092
PDK-000104
PRS-000003
KLK-000060
WKR-000051
RKJ-000013
SRB-000154
SRB-000119
SRB-000098
CARRIAGE FRONT STRIP ASSY
VERS
DESCRIPTION
ION
1346 FRONT STRIP
BEARING GIUDANCE SHAFT,
BEARING HOLDER RESISTANCE,
BEARING RESISTANCE SHAFT,
MILLING BLOCKING
SPRING BAR,
SPRING I 1,5x10x15,
BEARING 12x32x15,9,
BEARING 15x35x15,9,
DECREASE ROUND WASHER 13,
EXTERNAL RETAINING RING 12Z
PIN 6n6X20,
SCREW M6x16,
HANDLEVER GN 300-63-M8-32-0
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M8 x 30
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6x30
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M5x10
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2
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2
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4
4
2
2
1
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LST-0152-01-02-00-0
CARRIAGE BACK STRIP ASSY
ITEM
PART NUMBER
VERSION
1.2.1
1.2.2
1.2.3
1.2.4
1.2.5
1.2.6
LST-0152-01-02-01-0
WLK-0152-01-01-02-0
LOZ-000091
PRS-000003
WKR-000051
PDK-000104
476
ABM-26 5-2011
DESCRIPTION
BACK STRIP,
BEARING GIUDANCE SHAFT,
BEARING 12x32x15,9,
EXTERNAL RETAINING RING 12Z
SCREW M6x16,
DECREASE ROUND WASHER 13,
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4
4
4
4
4
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AMR-0152-01-03-00-1
ITEM
PART NUMBER
1.3.1
1.3.2
1.3.3
1.3.4
1.3.5
KRP-0152-01-03-01-1
SLZ-0152-01-03-02-1
SPR-0130-20-07-00-0
KLK-000096
SRB-000087
VERSION
SLN-0152-01-04-00-0
ITEM
PART NUMBER
VERSION
1.4.1 SLN-000105
1.4.3 KOL-0152-01-04-02-0
1.4.4 WKR-000022
SHOCK ABSORBER VIBRATION ASSY
DESCRIPTION
Q-TY
VIBRATE SHOCK ABSORBER FRAME
SHOCK ABSORBER SLIPPER
SPRING I 1,5x10x15,
PIN 5n6x22,
SCR,SHCS M5 x 25 DIN 912
1
1
3
2
2
MOTOR FEED ASSY
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR,
DRIVE WHEEL z=16, m=1,5,
HEX SET SCREW-M 6 x 8
Q-TY
1
1
2
1
3
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OBD-0152-01-09-00-0
ITEM
1.9.1
1.9.2
1.9.3
1.9.4
1.9.5
1.9.6
1.9.7
1.9.8
1.9.9
1.9.10
1.9.11
1.9.11.4
1.9.12
1.9.13
1.9.14
1.9.15
1.9.16
1.9.17
1.9.18
1.9.19
1.9.20
1.9.21
1.9.22
1.9.23
1.9.24
1.9.25
1.9.26
1.9.27
1.9.28
1.9.29
1.9.30
CARRIAGE HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PART NUMBER
VERSION
DESCRIPTION
Q-TY
OBD-0152-01-09-01-1
PDS-0152-01-09-02-0
WZK-0152-01-09-03-0
WZK-0152-01-09-04-0
WZK-0152-01-09-05-0
WZK-0152-01-09-06-0
PWD-0152-01-09-07-0
PWD-0152-01-09-08-0
PWD-0152-01-09-09-0
WKL-0152-01-09-10-0
SZN-0212-10-02-00-2
DLW-000007
NPD-000004
LCZ-000012
DDA-000039
RZL-000005
PKT-000024
GNZ-000023
PKT-000022
PKT-000013
STY-000003
BLD-000002
OBJ-000001
PDK-000025
PDK-000060
WKR-000179
WKR-000183
WKR-000197
SRB-000210
WKR-000379
ZLP-000011
482
CARRIAGE HOUSING,
CONTACTOR BASE,
CONTROLLER WIRE ASSY,
MAIN SWITCH-KEY WIRES,
SAFETY SWITCH WIRES,
MOTOR SOCKET WIRES,
CONTACTOR LEAD ASSY,
BODY EARTH CONDUCTOR ASSY,
MOTOR SOCET EARTH CONDUCTOR,
POTENTIOMETER INSERT BRAKING,
POWER CORD 230V 3x1
STRAIN RIELIEF PG11
DUAL PUSH-BOTTON DRIVE M22,
CONNECTOR FIX M22-A,
RED DIODE LED 18-30V,
DISCONNECTOR 25A
RED-YELLOW HANDWEEL,
SOCKET 16A,
POTENTIOMETER HANDWEEL 20,
HANDWHEEL CK 1032
MINIATURE CONTACTOR MOTOR ,
CABLE CLAMP 9,8-11,8,
HOLDER FOR FIX LEADS 9,
ROUND WASHER 10,5
SPRING WASHER-4.3
CROSS RECESSED SCREW M3x12
SCREW M4X10 PHCRMS
SCREW M5x16,
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M5x20
CROSS RECESSED PAN HEAD TAPPING SCREW 2,9x16
HANDWHEEL PLUG fi20
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
4
4
4
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2
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ABM-26
ZSP-0152-02-00-00-2
ITEM
PART NUMBER
2.1
SLN-0152-02-01-00-1
2.2
GLW-0152-02-02-00-2
2.3
UCW-0152-02-03-00-0
2.4
ZBI-0152-02-04-00-1
2.5
PKR-0152-02-06-00-1
2.6
PWD-0152-02-08-00-0
2.7
GLW-0152-02-12-00-0
2.7.1* GLW-000013
2.7.2* PLY-000197
2.7.3* SRB-000296
2.8
PRS-000190
2.9
NKR-000018
2.10 PDK-000048
2.11 PDK-000051
2.12 WKR-000341
2.13 SRB-000107
2.14 SRB-000148
2.15 SRB-0152-02-11-00-0
2.16 PRS-000260
*not shown on the drawing
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MILLING ASSEMBLY
VERSION
1852
1789
612
614
DESCRIPTION
MOTOR 230V ASSY
HEAD ASSY
MILLING HOLDER ASSY
MILLING BRUSCH
CAN COVER
MOTOR LEAD ASSY
MILLING HEAD ASSY.
SPECIAL MILLING HEAD,
SPECIAL INSERT
SCREW T15
SEAL O-RING 72x2
HEX. NUT M6
SPRING WASHER 6,1
SPRING WASHER 8.2
SCREW -M4X20
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6x16
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M8x20-10,9
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M10x25
RETAINING RING INTERNAL 14w
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
7
1
4
4
4
3
4
4
1
1
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SLN-0152-02-01-00-1
ITEM
2.1.1
2.1.2
2.1.3
2.1.4
2.1.5
2.1.6
2.1.7
2.1.8
2.1.9
2.1.1
0
ABM-26 5-2011
PART NUMBER
SLN-0152-02-01-00-2
KND-000116
OSL-0152-02-10-00-1
KRP-0152-02-05-00-3
PRS-000235
PDK-000043
WKR-000184
WKR-000193
PDK-000065
PRP-000003
MOTOR 230V ASSY
VERSION
1347
DESCRIPTION
Q-TY
MOTOR 230V
Capacitor 40uF /230V
MOTOR GUARD ASSY
CAN FRAME
SEAL O-RING 44x6
SPRING WASHER 4,1
SCREW M4X12
SCREW M4x8
SPRING WASHER 8,4
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
SNAP BUSHING LA6
1
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GLW-0152-02-02-00-2
SPINDLE HOUSING ASSY
ITEM
PART NUMBER
VERSION
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.2.3
2.2.4
2.2.5
2.2.6
2.2.7
2.2.8
2.2.9
2.2.10
2.2.11
2.2.12
KRP-0152-02-02-10-2
PRS-0152-02-02-20-0
BLD-0152-02-02-03-1
PLY-0152-02-02-04-1
SPR-0152-02-02-05-0
WKR-0152-02-02-06-0
WKR-0152-02-02-07-0
RKJ-000040
PRS-000232
PRS-0152-02-02-08-1
PRS-000250
WKR-000155
1790
611
ABM-26 5-2011
DESCRIPTION
FRAME HEAD
WELDING DRIVING RING,
MILL BLOCKADE
PLATE BLOCKADE MILL
SPRING 8x14,5x0,8,
SPECIAL SCREW M6x16,
SPECIAL SCREW M8x12,
KNOB Ø12 / 1
SEAL O-RING 77x3,
RING BLOCKADE MILL
PROTECTIVE SPRING RING 6x08
SCREW M5x10
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1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
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WSP-0152-03-01-00-0
ITEM
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
PART NUMBER
WSP-0152-03-01-10-1
BLD-0152-03-01-04-0
RKJ-000010
KLK-000004
ABM-26 5-2011
BRACKET HEAD ASSY 45°,
VERSION
DESCRIPTION
BRACKET HEAD 45°
TUBE BLOCADE,
HANDLEVER GN 300-63-M8
SPRING PIN 3x12
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1
1
1
1
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WSP-0152-03-03-00-0
ITEM
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
PART NUMBER
WSP-0152-03-03-10-1
BLD-0152-03-01-04-0
RKJ-000010
KLK-000004
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BRACKET HEAD ASSY 00°,
VERSION
DESCRIPTION
BRACKET HEAD 00°
TUBE BLOCADE
HANDLEVER GN 300-63-M8
SPRING PIN 3x12
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1
1
1
1
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WSP-0152-03-10-00-0
ITEM
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
ABM-26 5-2011
PART NUMBER
WSP-0152-03-10-10-0
BLD-0152-03-01-04-0
RKJ-000010
KLK-000004
VERSION
BRACKET HEAD ASSY 22,5°
DESCRIPTION
BRACKET HEAD 22,5°
TUBE BLOCADE
HANDLEVER GN 300-63-M8
SPRING PIN 3x12
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1
1
1
1
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WSP-0152-03-11-00-0
ITEM
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
ABM-26 5-2011
PART NUMBER
WSP-0152-03-11-10-0
BLD-0152-03-01-04-0
RKJ-000010
KLK-000004
VERSION
BRACKET HEAD ASSY 37,5°
DESCRIPTION
BRACKET HEAD 37,5°
TUBE BLOCADE
HANDLEVER GN 300-63-M8
SPRING PIN 3x12
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1
1
1
1
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SGM-0152-04-01-00-2
ITEM
PART NUMBER
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
4.1.4
4.1.5
4.1.6
4.1.7
4.1.8
SGM-0152-04-01-01-1
LST-0152-04-01-02-1
LCZ-0152-04-01-03-1
KLK-000047
SRB-000174
KLK-000061
WKR-000408
SRB-000288
ABM-26 5-2011
VERSION
SEGMENT GUIDE ASSY
DESCRIPTION
SEGMENT GUIDE
GEAR RACK
SEGMENT GUIDE CONNECTOR
DOWEL, PIN 5 x 16 MM
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M5 x 16
DOWEL, PIN 6nx6x25
HEX. INSERT SCREW M8x14
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M5 x 10
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1
1
5
6
1
2
2
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ZCS-0152-04-02-00-1
ITEM
PART NUMBER
4.2.1 ZCS-0152-04-02-10-1
4.2.2 SRB-0152-04-02-20-1
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VERSION
CLAMPING GUIDE ASSY
DESCRIPTION
Q-TY
CLAMPING GUIDE
CLAMPING SCREW WITH GLOBULE ASSY
1
1
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UST-0152-04-04-00-3
GUIDE SET BLOCK ASSY
ITEM
PART NUMBER
VERSION
DESCRIPTION
Q-TY
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.4.3
4.4.4
4.4.5
4.4.6
4.4.7
4.4.8
4.4.9
4.4.10
4.4.11
4.4.12
KRP-0152-04-04-10-4
RAM-0152-04-04-02-0
LCZ-0152-04-04-03-0
TLJ-0152-04-04-04-0
SRB-0152-04-05-00-0
DZW-0152-04-04-05-0
KLK-000098
SRB-000138
PRS-000011
PDK-000105
NKR-000002
PDK-000046
1767
FRAME GUIDE SET BLOCK
ARM GUIDE SET BLOCK
ECCENTRIC GUIDE SET BLOCK
ECCENTRIC SLEEVE
SPECIAL SCREW WITH GLOBULE
SPOKE HANDLE INCLUDING KNOB (ASSY)
PIN DOWEL 16n6n40
HEX. SOCKET BOLT M6x8
EXTERNAL RETAINING RING- 20Z
ROUND WASHER 21
HEX. NUT M10
SPRING WASHER 6,1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
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IX. ELECTRIC DIAGRAM
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X.
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Declaration of compatibility
We
PROMOTECH Ltd.
Elewatorska street 23/1
15-620 Bialystok, Poland
declare with full responsibility that product:
Beveling machine for sheet edges
ABM-26
which the declaration applies to is in accordance with the following standard(s) placed below:
EN 50144-1, and satisfies safety regulations of guidelines: 2006/95/EC, 2006/42/EC
Białystok, 2010-02-16
___________________________
Chairman
ABM-26
XI. WARRANTY CARD
Beveling machine for sheet edges ABM-26
1. The Buyer is granted by the Manufacturer a warranty for 6 months but not longer than 12
months from the date of manufacture.
2. The Buyer loses his warranty in case of:
- breaking warranty seals;
- arbitrary self repairs or modifications;
- not using the appliance in conformity with the operation manual;
- using inappropriate tools or equipment other than stated in the operation manual;
- damage that has not been caused by material or assembly faults.
3. The Guarantor is obliged to perform warranty repairs within 14 days from the appliance
delivery to service station and within 21 days in case of mail delivery.
4. Fuses, machining tools, standard equipment, and damage caused by normal wear (e.g.
damage of milling cutter frames, guides, holders, etc.) are not covered by the warranty.
5. Appliances without original packaging will not be accepted for warranty repairs after
warranty period the Seller is not responsible for damage of appliances caused by transport
to and from service station without original packaging.
______________
the Buyer
Date of Manufacture:........................ Serial No.................................
Date of Purchase:.............................
The Seller's Signature and Stamp………………………………………
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