70-124 Digicreaser Operators Manual (Pitney Bowes) REV.6

70-124 Digicreaser Operators Manual (Pitney Bowes) REV.6
DigiRill
HAND FED DOCUMENT
CREASING MACHINE
OPERATORS MANUAL
Pitney Bowes Norge AS
E-post: [email protected]
Telefon: 23 33 93 00
www.pitneybowes.no
ISSUE 6
OCTOBER
2012
70-124
INDEX
INTRODUCTION
The Pitney Bowes DigiRill
PAGE
3
SAFETY Do’s & Don’ts
4
THE DIGIRILL
Labelled Photograph
6
THE CONTROLS
The control panel
Features on the control panel
7
7
QUICK START GUIDE
8
OPERATING THE DIGIRILL
Setting the machine
Programming the machine
Reading stored programmes
Paper jamming
10
11
12
12
THE STACKER ASSEMBLY
Setting the Stacker unit
13
PERFORATING
Equipment, spares
Setting the machine
15
16
THE BLADE ASSEMBLY
Setting the blade pressure
Setting the blade alignment
18
19
REPLACING CREASING BLADE SETS
Installing new blade sets
Spares
20
21
TROUBLE SHOOTING
DISPATCH KIT
ACCESSORIES & OPTIONS
RECOMMENDED SPARES
22
24
25
26
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INTRODUCTION
DigiRill
The Pitney Bowes DigiRill is a fully automatic, after feeding, creasing
system designed for use with both conventional litho and digital printers.
The Digirill is capable of creasing sheet sizes to a maximum of
630mm x 330mm (24.8” x 13”) and weights up to 400gsm.
Up to nine creases can be programmed to a single sheet.
The crease is programmed from the leading edge of the sheet using the
controls on the front panel.
A minimum distance between creases is 0.1mm.
The Digirill has up to nine available memory addresses for
programmed creasing operations.
The blade and anvil are mechanically controlled over their entire length
and can be adjusted to accommodate various weights of media.
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Safety Do’s & Don’ts
Safety Do’s & Don’ts
Do - read this operator manual fully before operating the machine.
Do - operate with the designated AC current only. Use an exclusive outlet, as
overloading may cause fire or an electric shock.
Do - install the power cord out of the way to avoid a tripping hazard.
Do - beware of finger traps when replacing roller cassette and fold plates.
Do not - install the machine in an unstable place such that it tilts or shakes.
Do not - unplug the plug or unplug the power cord from the outlet with a wet hand,
this can cause an electric shock.
Do not - unscrew and remove any covers from the machine, as it can cause an
electric shock or injury.
Do not - place receptacles containing liquids on any surface.
Do not - adjust any part of the machine whilst rollers are running
Do not - operate the machine with loose or trailing clothing or loose hair.
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SYSTEM
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DIGIRILL
DigiRill
HAND FED DOCUMENT CREASING MACHINE
Key to photograph below
1
2
3
4
Roller tilt handle
Stacker assembly
The display unit
Adjustable side lay
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5
6
7
8
Back stop RH
Fixed side lay
Roller tilt knob
Exit Guard
9
10
11
12
13
Control Panel
Fuses
Stacker Guide LH
Stacker Guide RH
Back Stop LH
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THE CONTROLS
The Display Unit and the Switches on the Control Panel allow the
operator to read, edit, create and initiate numerous creasing programs
within the memory.
The Control Panel houses the Selection Switch, System Switch, and an
industry standard Emergency Stop switch which will stop all power going
to the machine when activated.
THE CONTROL PANEL
Selection Switch
System Switch
Emergency Stop Switch
Features on the Control Panel
Selection Switch
Allows the operator to scroll through stored addresses and programs, and to set a
crease position.
System switch
When activated the system switch will operate the motors in order to begin the
creasing sequence.
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Quick Start Guide
1.
Setting the machine
Place the stock to be creased onto the loading table against the
fixed side lay.
2.
Position the adjustable side lay so that the gap between the paper stack
and the side lay is approximately 0.5mm (1/64 inch)
3.
Turn the Emergency Stop button clockwise to switch the power on.
The display unit is now illuminated, a typical start up display menu is
shown below.
Tools
Feed
2 Creases
Setup
Zero
Total
20
Program 3
NOTE:The arrows on the display denote the direction in which the selection
switch must be moved in order to access the various sub-menus.
4.
Following the arrows on the display unit; move the selection switch to
the right to select Setup (i.e. Setting the crease positions), a typical
display is shown below.
More
Home
1st Crease 148.0
2nd Crease
0.0
Set Creases
5.
Following the arrows on the display unit; move the selection switch down
to set the creases. The 1st Crease is now selected.
Set Creases
Back
Tens
Decimals
( 1st Crease 148.0 )
2nd Crease
0.0
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Quick Start Guide
6. Move the selection switch to the left to select the Tens, or to the right to
select Decimals. The Tens or Decimals (whichever has been selected)
can then be adjusted by rotating the Selection Switch, (clockwise to
increase or anti-clockwise to decrease).
7. To set the 2nd Crease position move the selection switch down; the 2nd
Crease is selected and can be set as described in step 6. Above
Set Creases
Back
Tens
Decimals
( 2nd Crease 000.0 )
3rd Crease
0.0
8. Further creases can be set in this way, up to a maximum of nine
creases.
9. When the required creases have been set, move the selection switch up
step by step until the display contains the word Feed, see below.
Tools
Setup
Zero
Total
20
Program 3
Feed
2 Creases
10. Move the selection switch to the right to select Setup.
11. Move the selection switch to the right again to select More.
12. Move the selection switch up or down to select High Speed or Low Speed.
13. Move the selection switch to the right to select Ok.
14. Move the selection switch up step by step until the display contains the
word Feed.
15. Press the System Switch down, the display will momentarily read Please
Wait Initiating and then return to show High Speed or Low Speed.
16. Move the selection switch down to select Feed, and feed the sheets
individually into the rollers.
17. When the sheets have been fed into the machine and creased; move the
selection switch up, to select Stop Feeding, and then press the System
Switch up to stop the machine.
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Operating the DigiRill
Setting the Adjustable Side Lay
Place the paper stack on to the loading table and slide up to the fixed side lay.
Position the adjustable side lay up towards the paper stack, allow a gap of approx.
0.5mm (1/64 inch) between the paper and the side lay.
Setting the Roller Tilt Mechanism
The roller tilt mechanism has been designed to compensate for when the creasing
position on the sheet is not square. This could be due to an inaccuracy in the media or if
the roller tilt mechanism has been incorrectly set. The mechanism will be set to zero
(square) when the machine is supplied.
To set the mechanism, unlock the roller tilt knob located below the roller tilting handle by
turning anti-clockwise. Move the roller tilt handle left or right in order to compensate for
any inaccuracy. When the position is set, ensure to lock the roller tilt knob before
operating the machine. Repeat the above procedure until the creasing position is square.
Setting the positions of drive wheels and hubs
It is important that the drive wheels and drive hubs on the roller shafts are arranged evenly
across the width of the media being creased. This is done to ensure that the media is
accurately driven and supported through the rollers.
The drive wheels and hubs are fixed to the rollers by means of a grub screw. To locate
this grub screw the rollers can be rotated by operating the motor manually.
DO NOT ROTATE THE DRIVE ROLLERS BY HAND.
To operate the motors manually, switch the machine ‘on’ at the Emergency Stop switch.
Following the arrows on the display unit, move the selection switch to the left to select
Tools, the display will now show the Tools sub-menu. Press the system switch down and
then move the selection switch to the left or to the right, to rotate the rollers in short pulses.
Lift the exit guard to see if the grub screws in the drive wheels and hubs can be seen. If the
grub screws cannot be seen, lower the exit guard and rotate the rollers by moving the
selection switch to the left or to the right. Loosen the drive wheels and hubs with a 2mm
allen key. Arrange the drive wheels and hubs as shown in FIG 10.1. In order to avoid
marking on some types of media ensure a gap between the drive wheels and hubs.
This procedure should be repeated when installing perforating blades and anvils onto the
drive wheels and hubs.
FIG 10.1
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Operating the DigiRill
Programming the machine
1.
Switch the power ‘on’ by turning the Emergency stop button clockwise
to release the safety latch. The display is now switched on.
Setting the crease positions
2.
Move the selection switch up, one click at a time, until the start up menu is displayed
as shown below.
Tools
Feed
2 Creases
Setup
Zero
Total
20
Program 3
(i) Move the selection switch to the right to select Setup.
(ii) Move the selection switch down to select Set Creases.
(iii) Move the selection switch to the left to select Tens, or to the right to select
Decimals.
(iv) The Tens or Decimals (whichever has been selected) can then be adjusted by
Rotating the Selection Switch, (clockwise to increase or anti-clockwise to decrease).
(v) Adjust all other digits for the 1st Crease position as described in steps (iii) and (iv),
(I.e. move the selection switch to the left to select the Tens or to the right to select
Decimals and then rotate the Selection Switch to adjust its value.
(vi) Move the selection switch down to select the 2nd Crease. The second crease will
automatically start at 0000.0. Crease positions can be set in increments of 0.1mm.
(vii) Set the 2nd Crease position as described in steps (iii) to (v) above.
Further creases can be set in this way, up to a maximum of nine creases.
Storing the crease positions
3. Once the crease positions are correctly entered, they can be stored as follows.
(i) Move the selection switch up, one click at a time, until the display contains the word
More.
(ii) Move the selection switch to the right, one click at a time, until the display contains
the word Programs.
(iii) Move the selection switch down to select Save All Settings.
(iv) Move the selection switch to the right to select Ok.
(v) Move the selection switch to the right or to the left to select Program 1 to Program 9.
(vi) Move the selection switch up to save the program in the selected program number.
(vii) Move the selection switch up to select Ok.
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Operating the DigiRill
Setting the Speed (High Speed or Low Speed)
4. (i) Move the selection switch to the right to select Setup.
(ii) Move the selection switch to the right again to select More.
(iii) Move the selection switch up or down to select High Speed or Low Speed.
(iv) Move the selection switch to the right to select Ok.
(v) Move the selection switch up, step by step, until the display contains the
word Feed.
Running the machine
5. To run the job with the selected settings.
(i) Press the System Switch down, the display will momentarily read Please Wait
Initiating and then return to show High Speed or Low Speed.
(ii) Move the selection switch down to select Feed, and feed the sheets individually
into the rollers.
(iii) When the sheets have been fed into the machine and creased; move the
selection switch up, to select Stop Feeding, and then press the System Switch
up to stop the machine.
Reading stored programs
Any of the nine stored programs can be accessed and read as follows:(i) From the start up menu, move the selection switch to the right to select Setup.
(ii) Move the selection switch to the right, one click at a time, until the display contains
the word Program.
(iii) Move the selection switch down to select, Select Retrieve Settings.
(iv) Move the selection switch to the right to select, Ok.
(v) Move the selection switch to the right or to the left to select, Program 1 to Program 9.
(vi) Move the selection switch up to select, Load.
(vii) Move the selection switch up again to select, Ok.
The details of the selected program can now be viewed or edited.
Paper jamming
In the event of a paper jam occurring whilst the machine is operating the display will
read Paper Jam. In order to remove the paper causing the jam, move the selection switch
to the left or to the right to drive the paper forwards or backwards in short pulses.
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The Stacker Assembly
The stacker unit on the Digirill is used to catch the sheets once they have been
creased or perforated.
Setting the Stacker assembly
1.
Assemble the stacker unit to the machine as shown in fig 13.1 below.
Important
Ensure that the stacker unit has been assembled to the machine properly. However,
if it has not, the connection on the magnetic switch will be broken and the machine
will not operate (see Trouble shooting pages for details).
There are two side guides on the stacker unit; a left handed (fixed) guide and a right
handed (movable) guide held on by a magnetic strip. There is also a left hand extension
guide. The guides will control the way in which the paper is collated by setting their
positions on the stacker bed.
2. Place a single sheet (from the stack to be creased / perforated) on to the stacker bed
against the ‘left hand’ guide.
3. Position the ‘right hand’ side guide on to the stacker bed leaving a minimum
clearance of approximately 1mm each side of the sheet.
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The Stacker Assembly
4. Whilst the sheet is between the two guides on the stacker bed, set the distance
between the top of the sheet and the backstop flanges to approximately 5mm.
5. For shorter sheets, the back stop can be used (as shown in FIG 13.1 to adjust the
position of the paper stack.
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Perforating
Once the machine is set-up, the Digirill can be used to perforate or crease.
Note
Perforating and creasing can be carried out simultaneously. However, if any
adjustment is made to the roller tilt mechanism in order to compensate for the
perforation line being ’out of square’, this may effect the accuracy of the crease. If
this occurs creasing and perforating must be carried out as separate operations.
The components and tools required to install the perforator are contained in the despatch
kit supplied with the machine, they are listed below.
1 off
1 off
1 off
1 off
1 off
1 off
Set of standard perforation ‘56 tooth’ blades.
Set of standard hardened anvils.
Perforator stripper.
Scoring wheel
3mm bondhus wrench / allen key
2mm bondhus wrench / allen key
The perforator blades are split into two matching halves
and are fitted to the drive wheels as shown in the photograph
using the four screws supplied.
A hardened anvil is fitted to the drive hub as shown in the
photograph also using the four screws supplied. Again the
anvils are made from matching halves.
Important: The perforator blades are very sharp and
care must be taken whilst handling.
Do not mix the matching pairs of blades or anvils.
Perforating ‘Spares’ kits
For perforating and other types of paper, various spares kits are available which can be
assembled to the machine in the same fashion. They are listed below along with a range
of scoring wheels,
Perforating blades 56 teeth
Part Number 1-99-41 –
Standard stock /
fine perforations.
28 teeth
Part Number 1-99-12 –
Medium stock /
medium perforations.
20 teeth
Part Number 1-99-10 –
Heavy stock /
coarse perforations.
Anvils
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Standard Part Number 1-99-35 –
For all blade types
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Perforating
All of the blades and anvils are supplied with fixings.
*Perforator stripper
Standard Part Number 78-013
*It is recommended that for multiple perforations, a separate perforator stripper is used for
every perforating blade set fitted in the creasing unit.
Setting the machine
1.
Turn the mains supply to the machine ‘off’.
2.
Remove the stacker unit and open the exit guard.
3.
Locate and remove the blades / anvils from the despatch kit supplied with the
machine.
4.
Using the 2mm allen key (supplied), loosen the drive wheel that is to accommodate
the blades.
5.
Slide the drive wheel away from any obstructing drive wheels or hubs in order to
mount the blades.
6.
Using the 2.5mm allen key (supplied), take one
of the matching pairs and mount on to the drive
wheel. Do not secure the blade.
7.
Mount the other matching pair to the drive wheel
as shown (fig 16.1). Secure the blades to the
wheel ensuring not to over tighten grub screw.
8.
Mark on a single sheet the desired perforating
position. Feed the sheet through the machine
manually until the mark can be seen. Use this
mark to assist in fixing the position of the
perforating drive wheel to the roller drive shaft.
9.
Using the 2mm allen key, loosen the drive hub
nearest the perforating drive. Slide the drive hub
away from any obstructing drive wheels or hubs
in order to mount the anvils.
FIG 16.1
10. Using the 2,5mm allen key, take one of the
matching pairs of anvils and mount to the drive
hub. Do not secure the anvil.
FIG 16.2
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11.
Perforating
Mount the other anvil ensuring that they have matched on the drive hub. Secure the
anvil to the hub ensuring not to over tighten grub screw as shown in fig 16.2.
12. Slide the drive hub towards the perforating drive wheel until there is a clearance
of 0.5mm.
13. To prevent damage to the blades or the anvils, do not force the drive wheel against
the hub.
14. Fix the perforator stripper adjacent to the drive wheel and blade as shown.
15. Operate the machine and test the perforations for form.
It is important that the drive hubs are arranged evenly across the width of the paper
in order to reduce the risk of jamming.
For multiple perforations repeat the above procedure.
2
1
3
5
4
FIG 17.1
Fig 17.1 demonstrates a typical set-up for perforating sheets.
1 Perforating drive wheel with mounted blades
2 Perforator stripper
3 Standard drive wheel
4 Drive hub with mounted anvils
5 Standard drive hub
Always remove blades and anvils once the perforating operation has been
completed to avoid marking on digital or delicate media.
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The Blade Assembly
Adjusting the blade pressure (no paper required)
1. (i) Switch the power ‘on’ by turning the Emergency stop button clockwise to release the
safety latch. The display is now switched on and will show the start up menu as
shown below.
Tools
Feed
2 Creases
Setup
Zero
Total
20
Program 3
(ii) Move the selection switch to the left to select Tools.
(iii) Move the selection switch down to select Set Blade Pressure.
(iv) Press the system switch down.
(v) Move the selection switch to the right, the machine will activate and the blade will
move to top dead center. The display will now read Blade is moving to TOP DEAD
CENTER and then change to read Blade Pressure May Now Be Adjusted See
Operators Manual.
2. Raise the exit guard
3. Using a 6mm allen key, unlock the shoulder bolts (labelled with scale transfer)
positioned at each end of the creasing blade.
4. Turn the adjustment cam to adjust the blade pressure. Increasing the gradient on the
scale will increase the blade pressure.
5. Ensure that the shoulder bolts are locked after setting.
The diagram below demonstrates the adjustment of the blade pressure
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The Blade Assembly
Adjusting the blade alignment
It is extremely important that the blade and anvil assembly within the creasing unit is
correctly aligned. Misalignment of the blade or anvil can lead to damaged profiles and
subsequently poor quality creasing so it must, therefore, be corrected immediately.
If the blade set is misaligned, the media being driven will be subject to scoring or even
tearing at any point along the crease line. Please note that to avoid damage to the
blade set, adjustment should only be made in small increments. The below sketch
demonstrates how the blade alignment can be carried out.
Adjustment can be made at either of the blade or anvil. The two clearance holes positioned above the roller tilt mechanism are the front alignment (one for blade, one for anvil).
The two holes are repeated on the back of the machine for the back alignment.
1.
Remove the stacker unit from the machine
2.
Unlock and centralise the roller tilt mechanism in order to locate the heads of the
front alignment screws.
3.
Using a 3mm allen key, loosen the cap head type locking screws located on the
front face at both ends of the blade /anvil as shown below.
4.
Using a 4mm allen key, locate the two front or back alignment screws in the side
frame in order to adjust the blade / anvil.
5.
The upper screw of the two, will adjust the upper blade / anvil whereas the
lower screw will adjust the lower blade / anvil both in very small increments.
6.
In order to obtain the required position, adjust either the blade or the anvil by a
small amount and then operate the machine to test the form of the crease.
Repeat the exercise until centralisation is located.
7.
Using a 3mm allen key, lock the cap head type screws (as per step 3) on both the
upper and lower blade / anvil.
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Replacing Blade Set
1.
Before removing the blade assembly, ensure that the lower blade / anvil is NOT
at ‘top dead centre’, Switch the machine off.
2.
Remove the stacker unit and lift the exit guard.
Blade Extractor Tools
3.
Using a 6mm allen key, loosen the socket
head screws located inside the blade
adjustment cams. Remove the screws and
the blade adjustment cams.
4.
Insert the blade extractor tools (70-055-01 &
70-055-02) into the holes in the adjustment
links, as shown. Push downwards on the
handles of the blade extractor tools to
release the blade assembly from the power
links.
5.
Slide the blade assembly out of the creasing
unit and lay it on a flat surface.
6. Slide the adjustment links away from the
dowels located in the ends of the blades /
anvils as shown in the photograph (left)
7. Place the new blade set into position.
Check that the eccentric shoulder bolts on
the link plates have been positioned as
shown in fig 20.1.
8. (Upper blade / anvil only)
Slide the adjustment links onto the dowels.
FIG 20.1
9.
Slide the new blade set into the slots of the
creasing unit as shown in fig. 21.1.
Locate the blade extractor tools into the holes in
the adjustment links as shown. Pull the handles
of the blade extractor tools upwards to engage
the blade assembly back into the power links.
10. Set the cam graphics for both ends of the blade /
anvil to their lowest point on the scale (ie. When
the mark on the scale reaches the mark on cam
holder) Fasten the socket head screws on the
adjustment cams until they are tight.
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Replacing Blade Set
FIG 21.1
11.
Push the exit guard down and replace the stacker assembly before operating the
machine.
12. Switch the machine on and test the crease for form.
If the pressure and the alignment of the crease is not to a satisfactory level,
see pages 19 –20 to adjust the creasing line.
‘Spares’ kits
In the event of any damaged or lost components within the blade assembly, spares kits
are available on request. However, components within the blade set can not be ordered
separately ie single blade or anvil.
Standard Blade set
Part number 76-213-01
Consisting of a standard blade and anvil, blade brushes, blade links and alignment bolts.
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Trouble Shooting
Paper crease out of square
•
Check that the sheets are all square and exactly the same size before loading the
stack on to the table.
•
Check that the roller tilt mechanism is correctly set and locked in position.
•
Check that the adjustable side lay has been correctly positioned ie. No further than
0.5mm from the paper stack.
Paper jamming
•
Check that the first crease position is not too close to the leading edge of the paper.
A minimum distance of 32mm is recommended.
Machine will not start
•
Check the power supply to the machine.
•
Check that the emergency stop button has been released.
•
Check that the exit guard is down.
•
Check that the stacker unit is located correctly and has not been disconnected from
the magnetic switch.
•
Check that the lower blade / anvil is connecting to the home switch (mounted below
the lower blade / anvil).
Paper not feeding
•
Ensure that the adjustable side lay is not pressed against the sheet of paper.
•
On digital media, the feeding performance may be improved if the leading edge of
the stack is trimmed before loading onto the machine.
Machine not counting
•
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Open the exit and remove the blade set
(see pages 20-21) to access the dual
sensor post located in between the drive
rollers. Using a soft brush, clean the
visible sensor on the end of the post.
Use the brush to clean the sensors
between the post and the bottom paper
guide which are not visible.
Photograph (left) shows the dual sensor
post containing the sensors.
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Trouble Shooting
Control panel reads
• Overlap - Probable Cause - Double Sheet
If the machine is ‘cutting out’ and the control panel reads Overlap - Probable Cause
- Double Sheet check that the machine is not feeding multiple sheets.
• Blade Not Home
If at any time during the creasing process the control panel reads Blade Not Home it
is indicating that the lower blade / anvil has not made contact with the HOME switch ie.
blade still in top position. Switch the machine off and remove the blade set and ensure
that the area is free from obstructions. Return the blade set to the creasing unit
and switch the machine on. Operate the machine in the normal sequence, if the
display continues to read Blade Not Home it is advised to contact a Service Engineer
immediately.
• The Paper Path is not clear
If before operating the machine the display reads The Paper Path is not clear this
indicates that there is an obstruction between the upper sensor assembly and the
paper guide sensor (as shown in the photograph on page 22). If there is no obvious
obstruction in the paper path, switch the machine off and repeat the same procedure as
explained above.
Recommended weekly Operator maintenance
•
•
•
•
Clean all sensors
Clean in feed rollers and output drive hubs using the cleaning kit provided
(Cleaning kit part number - 90-018)
Remove and clean the blade assembly
With the blade assembly removed, clean the slots and surrounding area
within the creasing unit.
Technician Maintenance
It is recommended that your machine is fully serviced at least
once every six months by a factory trained Service Engineer.
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7-95-17
ITEM
PART NUMBER
DISPATCH KIT
QTY
DESCRIPTION
1
70-124
1
OPERATORS MANUAL - DIGIRILL
2
72-026-02
1
QUICK START CHART
3
90-018
1
ROLLER CLEANING KIT
4
613-316
1
POWER CORD - CEE22 TO 3 PIN (UK)
5
403-01-030-006
12
SCREW - SOCKET CAP HEAD - M3 x 6 LG
6
409-01-040-004
1
SCREW - SKT. SET FLAT PT. - M4 x 4 LG
7
8
620-007
1
HEXAGON BALL DRIVER 2mm
620-020
1
HEXAGON BALL DRIVER 2.5mm
9
620-004
1
ALLEN KEY 4mm
10
620-026
1
BONDUS L WRENCH 4mm
11
620-028
1
BONDUS L WRENCH 3mm
12
620-033
1
BONDUS L WRENCH 6mm
13
624-018
1
DISPATCH BOX
14
70-055-01
1
BLADE EXTRACTION TOOL - OP SIDE
15
70-055-02
1
BLADE EXTRACTION TOOL - LAY SIDE
16
08-041-02
1
SLITTING ANVIL - UNDERSIZE.
17
08-066
1
SLITTER PERF BLADE 28T
18
624-017
3
SLITTER/SCORER PK - STYLE 0212/40X40X20
WARNING......
THE BLADES FOR ANVIL AND PERFORATING SETS ARE SUPPLIED AS
MATCHING PAIRS AND SHOULD NOT BE MIXED OR LEFT
UNPROTECTED OR SERIOUS DAMAGE MAY RESULT.
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ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS
PART NUMBER
1-99-10
1-99-12
1-99-41
1-99-35
7-05-14
DESCRIPTION
PERFORATING BLADE SET 20T (Card)
PERFORATING BLADE SET 28T (Single sheets)
PERFORATING BLADE SET 56T (Fine perforations)
ANVIL SET USED WITH ABOVE BLADE SETS
FLOOR STANDING BASE
ACCESSORIES....
....May be obtained from
your dealer and fitted to your
machine using the instructions
supplied, or by reading your
operators manual.
SYSTEM
OPTIONS....
....May also be obtained and
fitted by your dealer. You should
not attempt to fit options as
specialist tools and knowledge are
required.
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RECOMMENDED SPARES
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
613-365
EMERGENCY STOP SWITCH
652-011
SYSTEM SWITCH
144-04-04
JOYSTICK AND LEAD ASSEMBLY
75-347-01
CONTROL PCB ASSEMBLY
125-21-02
DUAL STEPPER DRIVE PCB ASSEMBLY
75-210-05
LCD DISPLAY UNIT (4 x 20) AND LEAD ASSEMBLY
655-014
PSU - SWITCH MODE - 5V
(Used on Machines:- Serial Nos. 770001 TO 770180)
655-011
PSU - SWITCH MODE - 5V / 24V
(Used on Machines:- Serial Nos. 770181 Onwards)
655-015
PSU - SWITCH MODE - 24V
655-016
PSU - SWITCH MODE - 48V
613-053
FAN 119mm
76-166
PAPER JAM SENSOR ASSEMBLY
76-167
UPPER SENSOR ASSEMBLY
76-168
PAPER GUIDE ASSEMBLY - Bottom Sensor
98-013
ANTI-STATIC BRUSH
609-022
‘O’ RING Ø32
606-035
KNOB - Roller Tilt
76-109
POWER LINK BEARING
76-213-01
BLADE SET - 320 Wide - Standard
607-042
TIMING BELT 160XL
607-048
TIMING BELT TWIN GRIP - 200 DXL 050
608-019
SHOULDER BOLT
76-082
PERFORATOR - DRIVE HUB ASSEMBLY
76-083
PERFORATOR - DRIVE WHEEL
76-175-01
INPUT ROLLER - Lower
76-177-01
INPUT ROLLER - Upper
76-019-03
OUTPUT SHAFT
78-013
613-351
PERFORATOR STRIPPER ASSEMBLY
MICRO SWITCH - Guard Circuit
613-191
MICRO SWITCH - Home Circuit
75-040
STACKER SWITCH ASSEMBLY
602-085
BEARING-DRAWN CUP NEEDLE ROLLER Ø10XØ14X10
681-015
FUSE - 4.0A - 20mm x 5mm - ANTI-SURGE
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HAND FED CREASING
DigiRill
PART NUMBER
RECOMMENDED SPARES
DESCRIPTION
NOTE.....
The items listed above represent parts which are subject to wear, loss, or accidental
damage, and is included for your guidance only.
Replacement of parts fitted to your machine require specialist knowledge and should
therefore be entrusted to your dealer.
SYSTEM
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PRODUCT RECYCLING & DISPOSAL
European Union
Disposal Information for Commercial Users
Application of this symbol on your equipment is confirmation that you
must dispose of this equipment in compliance with agreed national
Procedures.
In accordance with European legislation end of life electrical and
electronic equipment subject to disposal must be managed within
agreed procedures.
Prior to disposal please contact your local dealer or representative for
end of life take back information.
Disposal Information for Domestic Users
Application of this symbol on your equipment is confirmation that
you should not dispose of the equipment in the normal household
waste stream.
In accordance with European legislation, end of life electrical and
electronic equipment subject to disposal must be segregated
from household waste.
Private households within EU Member States may return used
electrical and electronic equipment to designated collection
facilities free of charge. Please contact your local disposal
authority for information.
In some Member States when you purchase new equipment your
local retailer may be required to take back your old equipment
free of charge. Please ask your retailer for information.
Other Countries
Please contact your local waste authorities and request disposal information.
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HAND FED CREASING
DigiRill
SYSTEM
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