ME-1000 - Used Santinelli Edgers

ME-1000 - Used Santinelli Edgers
NIDEK
MULTIFUNCTION EDGER
ME-1000
INSTALLATION MANUAL
This manual is packed with the edger for convenience when service persons install the
edger.
The contents are unnecessary for customers to use the edger, so be sure not to perform
the operations in this manual. The edger may not work properly if settings are changed
carelessly.
NIDEK CO., LTD.
(Manufacturer)
NIDEK CO., LTD
(Tokyo Office)
NIDEK INCORPORATED
(United States Agent)
NIDEK SOCIETE ANONYME
(Authorized Representative)
: 34-14, Maehama, Hiroishi-cho, Gamagori, Aichi 443-0038, Japan
Telephone: (0533) 67-6611
Facsimile: (0533) 67-6610
: 6th Floor, Takahashi Bldg., No.2, 3-chome, Kanda-jinboucho
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0051, Japan
Telephone: (03) 3288-0571
Facsimile: (03) 3288-0570
Telex: 2226647 NIDEK J
: 47651 Westinghouse Drive, Fremont, California 94539, U. S. A.
Telephone: (510) 226-5700
Facsimile: (510) 226-5750
: Europarc 13, rue Auguste Perret, 94042 CRETEIL, France
Telephone: (01) 49 80 97 97
Facsimile: (01) 49 80 32 08
2005. 4
40350-P932C
Printed in JAPAN
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For safe installation
BEFORE INSTALLATION, READ THIS MANUAL.
This
manual
provides
precautions
and
procedures
for
installing
the
NIDEK
MULTIFUNCTION EDGER Model ME-1000.
Before installation, read and understand this manual and the operator’s manual
thoroughly.
Safety precautions
In this manual, Signal Words are used to designate a degree or level of safety alerting. The definitions are as follows.
WARNING • Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
• Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may result in bodily injury or damage to
equipment.
Even situations indicated by “ CAUTION” may result in serious injury under certain conditions.
Safety precautions must be strictly followed at all times.
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Installation precautions
WARNING • Never touch the processing wheel while it is turning.
You may be injured.
• If abnormal conditions such as cracks are found on the processing wheel, stop
using the edger immediately.
The wheels may break and broken pieces may injure personnel if used with such
flaws.
• Use a hand cart to move the edger to a different location. At least three persons are
necessary to lift the edger.
You may hurt your back or may fall down if you do it alone.
• When moving the edger, be sure not to hold the cover but the metal part of the
underside.
You may drop the edger holding the cover only and it may cause injury or malfunction.
The
shaped concave on the side cover is not a handle.
• Be sure to wear gloves when using a cutter.
A cutter or sharp edge of the band or corrugated cardboard may cause injury.
In addition, never move the cutter directing it toward hands or the body even if wearing gloves due to its sharp edge.
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CAUTION
• Installation must be performed only by personnel who know this edger well.
• Handle the edger carefully during transportation to avoid shock.
• Use the specified packing materials when moving or transporting the edger.
• Unpack the package in an area with ample space, checking the safety of the
environment.
• Keep the packing materials to move or transport the edger.
• Do not install the edger in a place exposed to direct sunlight or hot and humid
places.
• Do not install the edger in a place which has a tilted floor or vibration.
• Leave a space of 10 cm or more behind the edger.
If the fan is blocked, the temperature inside the edger will rise and it may cause malfunction.
• Be sure to install the edger where the power source and power voltage as indicated
on the label are connect.
• Insert the mains plug into a grounded wall outlet.
Electric shock or fire may occur in the event of edger malfunction or power leakage.
• Use only the specified pliable cup remover when removing the pliable cup from a
lens.
• Select the correct lens material.
Incorrect selection may reduce the lifetime of the processing wheel.
• Be careful not to lose the removed screws.
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Table of Contents
1. REQUIREMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1.1 Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
2. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
2.1 Removing the Fixing Fitting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
2.2 Pipe Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
3. CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
3.1 Outline of the Check/Adjustment Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
3.2 Size Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
3.3 Bevel Position Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
3.4 Axis Shift Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
3.5 Polishing Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.5.3
3.5.4
Lens edge is left unpolished or burnt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
One side of beveled edge is left unpolished . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Polish axis adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Polish Size adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
3.6 Chamfering Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
3.6.1
3.6.2
Chamfering amount is not made as specified. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Chamfering amount is not consistent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
3.7 Grooving Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
3.7.1
3.7.2
Groove depth adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Groove Position adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
3.8 Drilling Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
3.8.1
3.8.2
3.8.3
3.8.4
3.8.5
3.8.6
3.8.7
3.8.8
Drilled state check. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Preparation for drilling adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
Hole Diameter adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Hole/Slot Reference (R) adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30
Drill Hole Vertical Position (Y) adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
Drill Zero Point (Z) adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
Front Surface Offset adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
Hole Depth (X) adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
3.9 Final Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
4. CHECK LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
4.1 ME-1000 Installation Work Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
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5. ADJUSTMENT SCREEN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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1.
1.1
REQUIREMENTS
Requirements
1
• Cutter for installation
• Hexagonal wrench (accessory) for installation
• Hexagonal screwdriver (accessory) for installation, calibration
• Pad to tilt the edger for installation (telephone book, etc.) 2 copies for installation
• Digital caliper (marked in 0.01 mm) for adjustment
• φ2.0 (m6) straight pin for adjustment
• String for nylor frames for adjustment
• Centering device for adjustment
• Graduated loupe for adjustment
• Test lens for adjustment
CR39 SPH: -3.00 to -5.00 D 17 pieces
CR39 SPH: -1.00 D 2 pieces
* The number of test lenses above is necessary for check. Prepare extra lenses for adjustment.
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REQUIREMENTS: Requirements
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2.
2.1
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
Removing the Fixing Fitting
1
Put the edger on the place where it is to be installed.
WARNING • Use a hand cart to move the edger to a different location. At least three persons are
necessary to lift the edger.
You may hurt your back or fall down if you do it alone. The edger weights approx. 70 kg.
CAUTION • Leave a space of 10 cm or more behind the edger.
If the cooling fan is blocked, the temperature inside the edger will rise and it may cause
malfunction.
• Install the edger on the specified cabinet (option) or stage which is strong enough for
the weight of the edger (approx. 70 kg).
Vibrations and noises may be produced, and normal processing may not be performed.
2
Remove the carriage fixing screw on the
lower left side of the main body as shown
on the right with the supplied hexagonal
wrench (5 mm).
• Store the removed fixing screw in
the accessory case.
The screw is used to fix the carriage
when the edger is moved.
Carriage fixing screw
3
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Removing the Fixing Fitting
1
Remove the fixing fitting from the processing unit.
1) When the processing chamber cover is closed, open the cover manually.
2) Loosen the two set screws which hold the fixing fitting with the supplied hexagonal
screwdriver (2.5 mm).
Feelers
Set screws
Fitting
3) Remove the fitting from the wheel shaft while pressing its bottom.
4) Push the lens clamp shaft up.
The lens clamp shaft is lifted slightly.
5) Pull the upper part of the fitting toward you and remove it from the lens clamp shaft.
6) Remove the tape which retain the chamfering wheel and feelers.
7) After manually moving the right feeler fully to its left, place it back to its right.
8) After manually moving the left feeler fully to its right, place it back to its left.
• Be sure to move the feelers as described in steps 7) to 8).
The feelers may have trouble moving right after unpacking. Initialization may not be performed correctly without this operation.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Pipe Arrangement
2.2
Pipe Arrangement
Connect the pump and tank to the main body.
Layout
2
Main body
Drain pipe
Cuff
Drain cover
Tank
Attach the couplers (n=2) stored
in the accessory case to the ends
of the joint hoses.
Connect the joint hoses to the
connectors on the underside of
the main body. Connect PUMP 1
to the rear connector and PUMP
2 to the front connector.
Connect the joint hoses (n=2)
stored in the accessory case to the
feedwater hoses. Connect to the
correspondingly labeled hoses.
Feedwater hoses
The two feedwater hoses are labeled
with PUMP 1 and PUMP 2. Connect the
ends which are not labeled to the feedwater hose connectors beside the power cords with the corresponding labels.
Stocking filter
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Pipe Arrangement
1
Place pads (telephone book, etc.) under the
front rubber feet (two spots) to tilt the main
body.
Lift up the front side, not by holding the
cover of the main body but the metal part
on the underside.
Pads
CAUTION • Place pads so that the main body is well-balanced.
When the underside of the main body is connected to the drain pipe or feedwater
hoses, your hands may get caught under the edger if it drops.
2
Open the lid of the tank box and remove the contents.
[Contents of the tank box]
Extension cord (2 pcs.)
Drain pipe
Feedwater hose (2 pcs.)
Cuff
Drain cover
Stocking filter (20 pcs.)
Tank
Caster
3
Remove the spacer (corrugated cardboard) from the tank.
1) Remove the lid of the tank.
Lid of the tank
2) Remove the spacer (corrugated cardboard) from the tank.
3) Put the lid back on the tank.
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Spacer
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Pipe Arrangement
4
Connect the power cords of the pump to the
main body.
1) Connect the power cord labeled with
PUMP 1 to the extension cord.
2) Draw the extension cord through the
opening in the rear of the cabinet and
connect it to the outlet for PUMP 1 on
the rear of the main body.
3) Connect the power cord labeled with
PUMP 2 to the other extension cord.
2
4) Draw the extension cord through the
opening in the rear of the cabinet and
connect it to the outlet for PUMP 2 on the rear of the main body.
5
Put water into the tank up to the position as illustrated on the right.
Feedwater
connectors
hose
• Do not put a plastic sheet in the tank.
The pump inlet may be blocked and it may
cause malfunction.
Water volume
guide
• Be sure to place the lid of the tank securely.
If the lid is not placed securely, bubbles may
overflow during processing.
6
Connect the feedwater hoses to the tank.
The feedwater hoses are labeled with PUMP 1 and PUMP 2. Connect the ends with no label
to the feedwater connectors on the tank.
1) Push the feedwater hose labeled with PUMP 1 into the feedwater hose connector beside
the power cord with the corresponding label as far as it goes.
2) Push the feedwater hose labeled with PUMP 2 into the feedwater hose connector beside
the power cord with the corresponding label as far as it goes.
7
Attach the couplers to the ends of the joint hoses
(n = 2).
The two joint hoses and two couplers are stored
in the accessory case.
Couplers
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Pipe Arrangement
8
Connect the joint hoses to the feedwater hoses.
Connect the other ends of the joint hoses to the feedwater hoses.
Both the feedwater hoses and joint hoses are labeled with PUMP 1 and PUMP 2. Connect to
the correspondingly labeled hoses.
9
Connect the joint hoses to the main body.
Push the joint hoses into the two connectors on the underside of the main body
until click is heard.
1) Connect the joint hose labeled with
PUMP 1 to the back connector (when
viewed from the front).
2) Connect the joint hose labeled with
PUMP 2 to the front connector (when
viewed from the front).
10 Put the tank on the caster and store it in the
Joint hose labeled with Joint hose labeled with
PUMP 2
PUMP 1
cabinet.
Caster
11
Attach a new stocking filter and drain cover to the tank.
1) Attach the stocking filter to the drain pipe connector of
the tank.
Stocking filter
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Pipe Arrangement
2) Put the drain cover in the drain pipe connector of the tank.
Drain cover
Put it with the larger diameter side up.
Stocking
filter
12 Screw the drain pipe into the cuff.
13 Screw the end of the drain pipe into the adapter
2
Cuff
Drain pipe
on the underside of the main body.
14 Put the cuff of the drain pipe in the drain pipe
Adapter
connector of the tank.
Adjust the length of the drain pipe by cutting if it is too long
and bent.
15 Remove the pads under the rubber feet.
Remove the pads, paying attention not to get your hands
caught between the main body and cabinet.
16 Plug the power cord into the inlet on the rear of the main body.
17 Plug the power cord into the wall outlet.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: Pipe Arrangement
18 Turn on the edger.
19 Establish the dressing mode and check the connection of PUMP 1 and PUMP 2.
1) Press [MENU] to display the Menu screen.
2) Press [Maintenance] to display the Maintenance screen.
3) Press [Dressing] to establish the dressing mode.
4) Press [DONE] on the right of [Wheel
Dressing].
The wheels begins to turn.
5) Press the [Start] key.
The cooling water comes out.
• Water may splash out of the
processing chamber.
6) With water running, check the following.
• Check the change in the volume of cooling water (coming from the front of the processing
chamber) by turning the left flow control valve.
• Check the change in the volume of cleaning water (coming from the rear of the processing
chamber) by turning the right flow control valve.
• Press the [Stop] key and remove the power cord of PUMP 2 and then check if the cooling water
runs when the [Start] key is pressed.
If the above results are not obtained, PUMP 1 and PUMP 2 are connected the wrong way. Check
the connection of the feedwater hoses and power cord.
7) Press [STOP] on the right of [Wheel Dressing] again to exit from the dressing mode.
8) Press [BACK] to go back to the Menu screen.
9) Press [EXIT] to go back to the layout screen.
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3.
3.1
CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
Outline of the Check/Adjustment Procedure
• Processing conditions may vary with the transport/installation conditions of the edger.
Check and adjust the processing conditions, and complete the check list (copy of Chapter
4).
1. Size Adjustment
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2. Bevel Position Adjustment
3. Axis Shift Adjustment
4. Polishing Adjustment
5. Chamfering Adjustment
6. Grooving Adjustment
7. Drilling Adjustment
8. Final Check
3.2
Size Adjustment
Referring to “3.10 Size Adjustment” of the operator’s manual, check and adjust the size.
Follow the procedure below if the size needs to be adjusted according to the lens material and processing method (beveling/flat edging).
1
Check the size.
1) Recall the φ45 built-in data and process a lens with [Size] of 0.0.
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operator’s manual for recalling built-in data.
2) Measure the outer diameter of the processed lens.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Size Adjustment
When the outer diameter is not within φ45.00±0.05 (beveling) or φ45.00±0.10 (flat edging), adjust
the Finish Size parameter.
Outer diameter
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Outer
diameter
Adjust the size.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Recall the Finish Size parameter.
Press [Finish Size].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of a parameter to be changed.
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
{Parameter items
Select parameter items according to the lens material and processing method.
● With the lens material set to [CR39], the beveled lens size is not correct:
⇒ CR39, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [CR39], the flat-edged lens size is not correct:
⇒ CR39, Flat
● With the lens material set to [HiIndex], the beveled lens size is not correct:
⇒ HiIndex, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [HiIndex], the flat-edged lens size is not correct:
⇒ HiIndex, Flat
● With the lens material set to [Polyca.] or [Acrylic], the beveled lens size is not correct:
⇒ Polyca./Acrylic, Bevel
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Size Adjustment
● With the lens material set to [Polyca.] or [Acrylic], the flat-edged lens size is not correct:
⇒ Polyca./Acrylic, Flat
● With the lens material set to [Trivex], the beveled lens size is not correct:
⇒ Trivex, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [Trivex], the flat-edged lens size is not correct:
⇒ Trivex, Flat
● With the lens material set to [Glass], the beveled lens size is not correct:
⇒ Glass, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [Glass], the flat-edged lens size is not correct:
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⇒ Glass, Flat
5) Change the parameter value by the difference between 45.00 mm and the outer diameter.
After entering a value using the displayed numeric keypad, press [Ent].
e.g.) In the case of "diameter=φ45.10", decrease the parameter value by 0.10.
3
Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
4
Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
5
Repeat steps 1 to 4 until the outer diameter becomes within φ45.00±0.05 (beveling) or
φ45.00±0.10 (flat edging).
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Bevel Position Adjustment
3.3
Bevel Position Adjustment
When the bevel is shifted toward the front or back, adjust the parameter value of the bevel position.
1
Check the bevel position.
1) Recall the φ45 built-in data and process a
lens of SPH: -1.0 D or so with [Auto].
See “2.12 Reading Built-in Data” of the operator’s manual for recalling built-in data.
2) Check that the bevel is produced in the
middle of the edge (5:5).
When the bevel is leaning to either side, adjust
the bevel position by the following procedure.
2
Adjust the bevel position.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press the numeric button on the right of [Bevel Position].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
4) Change the parameter value.
Decrease the value.
Increase the value.
After entering a value using the displayed numeric
keypad, press [Ent].
Decrease the numeric value.⇒ The bevel moves
toward the front surface.
Increase the numeric value.⇒ The bevel moves
toward the rear surface.
e.g.) When the bevel position is shifted 0.5 mm toward the rear surface, decrease the value by 0.50.
3
Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
4
Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
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Repeat steps 1 to 4 until the bevel is produced in the proper position.
CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Axis Shift Adjustment
3.4
Axis Shift Adjustment
Referring to “3.12 Adjusting the Axis Shift” of the operator’s manual, check and adjust the axis shift.
Follow the procedure below if the axis shift needs to be adjusted according to the lens material and
processing method (beveling/ flat edging).
1
Check the axis shift.
1) Mark a horizontal line on the lens.
Mark a horizontal line in the middle of the lens using a tool
such as a knife.
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2) Block the lens with the pliable cup aligning the line to
the horizontal direction.
3) Recall the F45 built-in data and process a lens.
4) Put the processed lens on graph paper
and align the lens edge with the
square.
5) Measure the angle between the horizontal line on the graph paper and the
marked line on the lens using a protractor.
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When the angle is not within ±0.5°, adjust the axis angle.
2
Adjust the axis angle.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Hold down [Adjustment].
3) Recall the AXIS parameter.
Press [AXIS].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of a parameter to be changed.
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Axis Shift Adjustment
{Parameter items
Select parameter items according to the lens material and processing method.
● With the lens material set to [CR39] or [HiIndex], the axis angle of the beveled lens is not
correct:
⇒ CR39/HiIndex, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [CR39] or [HiIndex], the axis angle of the flat-edged lens is not
correct:
⇒ CR39/HiIndex, Flat
● With the lens material set to [Polyca.], [Acrylic], or [Trivex], the axis angle of the beveled lens
is not correct:
⇒ Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [Polyca.], [Acrylic], or [Trivex], the axis angle of the flat-edged
lens is not correct:
⇒ Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Flat
● With the lens material set to [Glass], the axis angle of the beveled lens is not correct:
⇒ Glass, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [Glass], the axis angle of the flat-edged lens is not correct:
⇒ Glass, Flat
5) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the displayed
numeric keypad, press [Ent].
Change the parameter value by the shifted
axis angle. When the marked line is shifted in
the upper right direction when viewed from the
lens front, increase the parameter value.
1° (marked line)
180°
(horizontal axis on
graph paper)
e.g.) When the line on the lens is shifted 1° in the upper right direction, increase the parameter value
by 1.00.
3
Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
4
Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXT].
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Repeat steps 1 to 4 until the shifted axis angle becomes within ±0.5°.
CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Polishing Adjustment
3.5
Polishing Adjustment
3.5.1
Lens edge is left unpolished or burnt
Check the bevel polished surface of a plastic lens processed with the φ45 built-in data. If the lens edge
is left unpolished or burnt, fine adjust the Polish Diff. parameter.
1
Set the Polish Diff. parameter.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
3
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Polish Diff.].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [CR39, Bevel].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
5) After entering a value using the displayed numeric keypad, press [Ent].
When the lens edge is left unpolished, increase the Polish Diff. parameter by 0.05. When burnt,
decrease the parameter by 0.05.
6) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
7) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
8) Repeat steps 1) to 7) until no unpolished or burnt portions are left.
• If the lens edge is still left unpolished even though 0.500 is set in the Polish Diff. parameter,
the polishing wheel may be clogged. In such a case, dress the polishing wheel;
2
Process the other lens materials and fine adjust the other Polish Diff. parameters in the
same manner.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Polishing Adjustment
3.5.2
One side of beveled edge is left unpolished
Check the bevel polished surface of a plastic lens processed with the φ45 built-in data. If one side of
the beveled edge is left unpolished, fine adjust the Bevel Position (Polish) parameter.
1
Change the Bevel Position (Polish) parameter.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjust].
3) Press the numeric button on the right of [Bevel Position (Polish)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
4) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the displayed
numeric keypad, press [Ent].
Front surface remains unpolished.
The front surface of the bevel remains
unpolished.⇒ Increase the value.
The rear surface of the bevel remains
unpolished.⇒ Decrease the value.
Rear surface remains unpolished.
5) Go back to the Parameter Setting
screen.
Press [BACK].
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
7) Repeat steps 1) to 6) until the bevel is properly polished.
• When the bevel position is changed, the polish bevel position is also moved. As long as the
polish bevel position is properly adjusted, it does not need to be adjusted again even if the
bevel position is changed afterward.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Polishing Adjustment
3.5.3
Polish axis adjustment
1
Decrease [CR39, Flat] of the Polish Diff. parameter by 0.2.
2
Check the state of the polished lens.
1) Recall the 45 built-in data and process
a plastic lens with [Flat] and [Polish].
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L
2) Check the state of the polished lens.
3
When the right or left of each edge remains
unpolished, change [Polish] of the AXIS
parameter.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
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Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [AXIS].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Polish].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
5) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the displayed numeric keypad, press [Ent].
e.g.) When viewed from the lens front, the upper left of the edge remains
unpolished, increase the parameter value.
e.g.) When viewed from the lens front, the upper right of the edge
remains unpolished, decrease the parameter value.
6) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
7) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
8) Repeat steps 1) to 7) until the polishing becomes uniform in circumference.
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4
3.5.4
Set the parameter values of [CR39, Flat] of the Polish Diff. parameter back to their original values.
Polish Size adjustment
1
Check the polished size.
1) Recall the φ45 built-in data and bevel-polish and flat-polish a lens.
2) Measure the outer diameter (diameter) of the processed lens.
When the outer diameter is not within φ45.00 ±0.10 mm, adjust the Polish Size parameter.
Outer diameter
2
Outer
diameter
Adjust the polish size.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Recall the Polish Size parameter.
Press [Polish Size].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of a parameter to be changed.
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
{Parameter items
Select parameter items according to the lens material and processing method.
● With the lens material set to [CR39], the bevel-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ CR39, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [CR39], the flat-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ CR39, Flat
● With the lens material set to [HiIndex], the bevel-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ HiIndex, Bevel
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● With the lens material set to [HiIndex], the flat-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ HiIndex, Flat
● With the lens material set to [Polyca.] or [Acrylic], the bevel-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ Polyca./Acrylic, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [Polyca.] or [Acrylic], the flat-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ Polyca./Acrylic, Flat
● With the lens material set to [Trivex], the bevel-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ Trivex, Bevel
● With the lens material set to [Trivex], the flat-polished lens size is not correct:
⇒ Trivex, Flat
3
5) Change the parameter by the difference between 45.00 mm and the outer diameter.
After entering a value using the displayed numeric keypad, press [Ent].
e.g.) In the case of diameter=φ45.15, decrease the parameter value by 0.15.
3
Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
4
Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
5
Repeat steps 1 to 4 until the outer diameter becomes φ45.10±0.10 mm.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Chamfering Adjustment
3.6
Chamfering Adjustment
3.6.1
Chamfering amount is not made as specified
When the chamfering amount is not made as specified even though it is uniform in circumference,
adjust the parameter of the safety bevel position.
1
Check the chamfered state.
1) Set the medium chamfering size. See “3.16 Setting the Chamfering Mode and Chamfering Amount” of the operator’s manual.
Rear surface size (flat edging):0.4
Front surface size (flat edging):0.3
2) Recall the 45 built-in data and chamfer
a lens with [Nylor] and [Medium].
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Process a lens of CR39, -3 to -5 D.
3) Check that the chamfered width of the
processed lens is within ±0.2 mm of the
value set in step 1).
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Change [Rear Position (Flat)] or [Front Position (Flat)] of the Safety Bevel parameter to
adjust the position of the chamfering wheel so that the chamfering amount becomes
proper.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the Parameter Setting screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Safety Bevel].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Rear Position (Flat)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
5) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the displayed numeric keypad, press [Ent].
Increasing the value increases the chamfering amount of the rear surface.
6) Press the numeric button on the right of [Front Position (Flat)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
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7) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the displayed numeric keypad, press [Ent].
Increasing the value increases the chamfering amount of the front surface.
8) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
9) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
10)Repeat steps 1) to 9) until the chamfering amount becomes proper.
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3.6.2
After beveling, change [Rear Position (Bevel)] and [Front Position (Bevel)] in the same
manner.
Chamfering amount is not consistent
When the chamfering amount is not consistent in circumference, the chamfering axis may be shifted.
Adjust the chamfering axis angle.
1
Check the chamfered state.
Recall the F45 built-in data and chamfer
a lens with [Nylor] and [Medium].
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L
Process a lens of CR39, -3 to -5 D.
2
When the chamfering amount is different
between the upper right and upper left of
the processed lens, change [Rear AXIS
(Flat)] or [Front AXIS (Flat)] of the Safety
Bevel parameter to adjust the chamfering
axis angle.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
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Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Safety Bevel].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Rear AXIS (Flat)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
5) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the numeric keypad, press [Ent].
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When the chamfering amount of the upper left is larger when viewed from the rear surface,
decrease the value. When the chamfering amount of the upper right is larger, increase the value.
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6) Press the numeric button on the right of [Front AXIS (Flat)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
7) Change the parameter value.
When the chamfering amount of the upper left is larger when viewed from the front surface,
increase the value. When the chamfering amount of the upper right is larger, decrease the value.
8) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
9) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
10)Repeat steps 1) to 9) until the chamfering amount becomes proper.
3
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After beveling, change [Rear AXIS (Bevel)] and [Front AXIS (Bevel)] in the same manner.
CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Grooving Adjustment
3.7
Grooving Adjustment
3.7.1
Groove depth adjustment
Referring to “3.13 Adjusting the Groove Depth” of the operator’s manual, check and adjust the groove
depth.
When the groove depth is not uniform in circumference, the grooving axis may be shifted. Adjust the
grooving axis angle.
1
Check the grooved state.
3
Recall the F45 built-in and groove a lens
with [Nylor] and [Auto].
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Process a lens of CR39, -3 to -5 D.
2
When the grooved depth is different
between the upper right and upper left of
the processed lens, change [CR39/HiIndex, Groove] of the AXIS parameter to
adjust the grooving axis angle.
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Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
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2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [AXIS].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [CR39/HiIndex, Groove].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
5) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the numeric keypad, press [Ent].
When the groove of the upper left is deeper when viewed from the front surface, increase the
value. When the groove of the upper right is deeper, decrease the value.
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Front surface
6) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
7) Go back to the layout screen.
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Press [EXIT].
8) Repeat steps 1) to 7) until the groove depth becomes uniform.
9) Process the other lens materials and change [Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Groove] in the same
manner.
3.7.2
Groove Position adjustment
When the groove is not made at the specified position, adjust the groove position.
1
Check the groove position.
1) Recall the φ45 built-in data and groove
a lens with [Guide] at 5: 5.
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L
Process a lens of CR39, -3 to -5 D.
2) Check that the groove is made in the
middle of the lens edge.
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1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Groove Position].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
5) Change the parameter value.
After entering a value using the displayed keypad, press [Ent].
To move the groove toward the front surface, decrease the value.
6) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
7) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
8) Repeat steps 1) to 7) until the groove position becomes proper.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Drilling Adjustment
3.8
Drilling Adjustment
3.8.1
Drilled state check
Process a lens with the drilling check built-in data and check that drilling is properly performed.
1
Read the drilling check built-in data (Test Pattern) and process a lens.
See “2.12 Reading Built-in Data” of the operator’s manual for reading built-in data.
Process a lens using the standard φ0.8 drill.
2
Check the hole depth with holes 1 to 3.
5
It is normal that hole 3 is drilled and hole 2 is
slightly drilled on the lens surface.
4
3
6
7, 8
3
2
3
9
1
Check the state of Hole/Slot Reference, Drill
Hole Vertical Position (Y), and Drill Zero Point
(Z).
11
10
12
Measure A, B, C, D, and L of the following figures with holes 4 to 6 and holes 10 to 12.
19 mm
A
C
D
B
L
It is normal if the following conditions are met.
Hole/Slot Reference (R): Difference between A and B is 0.1 mm or less.
Drill Hole Vertical Position (Y): L=37.0±0.1 mm
Drill Zero Point (Z): Difference between C and D is 0.1 mm or less.
4
Check the drilled position on the surface with holes 7 and 8.
Check that the hole marks overlap on the lens front surface.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Drilling Adjustment
5
Check the hole diameter with hole 9.
Check that the φ2.0 (m6) straight pin passes through the hole without play.
When the checked results are normal, there is no need for drilling adjustment.
When the checked results are not as specified, adjust the applicable parameters after performing
“3.8.2 Preparation for drilling adjustment”.
3.8.2
Preparation for drilling adjustment
Before drilling adjustment, check and set the following.
1
Check the setting of the drill diameter.
Check that the setting of [Drill Bit Diameter (mm)] matches the diameter of the attached drill.
1) Recall the Menu screen.
Press [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Setting - Grinding screen.
Press [Setting - Grinding] on the Menu screen.
3) Press [Adjustment].
4) Check the setting of [Drill Bit Diameter (mm)].
When it does not match the diameter of the drill, change the setting.
5) Go back to the Menu screen.
Press [BACK].
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
2
Check the front surface of the drilled hole.
If the surface of the drilled hole is not smooth, the drill may be inserted too far. In such a
case, decrease the setting of [Hole Depth (X)] so that the surface becomes smooth.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Hole Depth (X)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
5) Decrease the parameter value.
6) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
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7) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
3.8.3
Hole Diameter adjustment
1
Read Drill Adjustment Pattern (Dia.) and process a lens.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Maintenance screen.
Press [Maintenance].
3
3) Press [DONE] on the right of [Drill Adjustment Pattern (Dia.)].
The built-in data is read and the screen returns to the layout screen.
4) Set a lens and process the lens.
7
6
5
Hole 1: ANG 0.0º in diameter of 2.00 mm (drilled through)
Hole 4: ANG 0.0º in diameter of 2.06 mm (drilled through)
Hole 7: ANG 0.0º in diameter of 2.12 mm (drilled through)
The hole diameter of holes 1 to 7 changes from φ2.00 to
φ2.12 in increments of 0.02.
4
3
2
1
2
Check the hole diameter of the processed lens.
Put the φ2.0 (m6) standard pin through holes and find a hole through which the pin passes
without play.
3
Change [Hole Diameter] of the Groove & Drill parameter with the compensation value indicated in the table
on the right according to the hole selected in step 2.
Hole No.
Compensation value
guide
7
+0.12
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
6
+0.10
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
5
+0.08
4
+0.06
3
+0.04
2
+0.02
1
0
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Hole Diameter].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
Referring to the table on the right, change the parameter value according to the hole in which the
straight pin fitted.
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5) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
3.8.4
Hole/Slot Reference (R) adjustment
1
2
Recall [Test Pattern] or [Drill Adjustment Pattern
(Pos.)] and process a lens. Using a vernier caliper,
measure A and B of the lens processed.
Change [Hole/Slot Reference (R)] of the Groove & Drill
parameter so that the difference between A and B
becomes within 0.1 mm.
19 mm
A
B
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Hole/Slot Reference (R)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
Increase the parameter value when B is larger than A. Decrease the value when A is larger than B.
A
B
A
B
A
B
5) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
7) Repeat steps 1 to 2 until the difference between A and B becomes within 0.1 mm.
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Drilling Adjustment
3.8.5
Drill Hole Vertical Position (Y) adjustment
1
2
Recall [Test Pattern] or [Drill Adjustment Pattern (Pos.)] and process a lens. Using a vernier caliper, measure L of the processed lens.
When the measured length of L is not within
37.0±0.1 mm, change [Drill Hole Vertical Position (Y)] of the Groove & Drill parameter.
L
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
3
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Drill Hole Vertical Position (Y)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
Change the parameter value by “(37.0-L) ÷ 2”.
L
37.0
mm
e.g.) In the case of L=37.2 mm, decrease the value by 0.1.
5) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Drilling Adjustment
3.8.6
Drill Zero Point (Z) adjustment
1
2
Recall [Test Pattern] or [Drill Adjustment Pattern (Pos.)]
and process a lens. Using a vernier caliper, measure C
and D of the processed lens.
C
Change [Drill Zero Point (Z)] of the Groove & Drill
parameter so that the difference between C and D
becomes within 0.1 mm.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Drill Zero Point (Z)].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
Change the parameter value by “(D - C) ÷ 2”.
e.g.) When D is larger than C and the difference is 1.0 mm, increase the value by 0.5.
5) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Drilling Adjustment
3.8.7
Front Surface Offset adjustment
1
Read Drill Adjustment Pattern (FSO) and process a lens.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Maintenance screen.
Press [Maintenance].
3) Press [DONE] on the right of [Drill Adjustment Pattern (FSO)].
The built-in data is read and the screen returns to the layout screen.
4) Set a lens and process the lens.
3
7
6
5
4
Each hole: ANG 0.0 and 30.0
3
2
1
2
Check the hole marks and find ones which overlap on the lens front surface.
If there are no holes which overlap on the lens front surface, increase or decrease [Front
Surface Offset] by 1.2 and then process a lens.
In the case of the left figure below, increase the parameter value by 1.2. In the case of the right,
decrease the parameter value by 1.2.
Hole center axes
View of holes
when
viewed
from the front
ANG 0.0
ANG 30.0
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3
Change [Front Surface Offset] of Groove & Drill parameter with the compensation value indicated in the table
on the right according to the hole selected in step 2.
Hole No.
Compensation value
guide
7
+0.6
6
+0.4
5
+0.2
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
4
0.0
3
-0.2
2
-0.4
1
-0.6
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Front Surface Offset].
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
Referring to the table on the right, change the parameter value according to the hole No.
5) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Drilling Adjustment
3.8.8
Hole Depth (X) adjustment
1
Read Drill Adjustment Pattern (Depth) and process a lens.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Maintenance screen.
Press [Maintenance].
3) Press [DONE] on the right of [Drill Adjustment Pattern (Depth)].
The built-in data is read and the screen returns to the layout screen.
4) Set a lens and process the lens.
2
3
Check the number of holes drilled in the lens.
When three or four holes are drilled, the hole depth is proper.
If the number of holes is more than or less than the above, adjust the hole depth by the following procedure.
Hole depth adjustment built-in data
3
2
1
3
Hole 1
Hole depth: -0.3 mm, tilt: Auto
Hole 2
Hole depth: 0.0 mm, tilt: Auto
Hole 3
Hole depth: 0.3 mm, tilt: Auto
The hole depth of holes 1 to 3 increases
from -0.3 mm to +0.3 mm in increments of
0.1 mm.
It is the best condition that three holes are
drilled and hole 2 is slightly drilled on the
lens surface.
Change [Hole Depth (X)] of the Groove & Drill parameter so that the hole depth becomes
proper.
1) Recall the Parameter Setting screen.
Hold down [MENU] on the layout screen.
2) Recall the Adjustment screen.
Number of Compensation value
holes
guide
7
-0.3
6
-0.2
5
-0.1
4) Press the numeric button on the right of [Hole Depth (X)].
4
0.0
The numeric button turns red and the numeric keypad appears.
3
0.1
2
0.2
1
0.3
0
0.4
Press [Adjustment].
3) Press [Groove & Drill].
Referring to the table on the right, change the parameter value
according to the number of drilled holes.
5) Go back to the Parameter Setting screen.
Press [BACK].
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CHECK/ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE: Final Check
6) Go back to the layout screen.
Press [EXIT].
3.9
Final Check
{ Frame fitting adjustment
Fit lenses into the tear drop frames
and have the user check them. Enter compensation
values in the Size Preset parameter on the Setting - Grinding screen. (Do not change the Finish Size
parameter on the Adjustment screen.)
* Enter the same value in each of the following Size Preset parameters.
Metal (CR39/HiIndex), Plastic (CR39/HiIndex), Flat (CR39/HiIndex), Metal (Polyca./Acrylic/
Trivex), Plastic (Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex), Flat (Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex), Metal (Glass), Plastic
(Glass), Flat (Glass)
{ Safety bevel check
Perform chamfering and have the user check the chamfering amount.
According to the user’s needs, enter compensation values in each parameter of Small, Medium, Large
on the Setting - Safety Bevel screen.
See “3.16 Setting the Chamfering Mode and Chamfering Amount” of the operator’s manual.
{ Polish check
Polish a lens of the tear drop outline
. If an unpolished portion remains on the lens, make a read-
justment following “3.5 Polishing Adjustment”.
Have the user checked the polish condition, If the user indicates or questions something about the
polish, explain it is due to edger performance.
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4.
4.1
CHECK LIST
ME-1000 Installation Work Check List
After the edger is installed, record the results. Check the boxes for checked items.
Fill in the blanks (
) with parameter values.
Is the installation place proper?
Are the connections of PUMP 1 and PUMP 2 proper?
Check the drain condition in the dressing mode.
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Is the processed size proper?
Size
At installation (
) After adjustment (
)
) After adjustment (
)
Complete if size adjustment of any other items has been made.
Is the bevel position proper?
Bevel Position
At installation (
Complete if the parameter setting of any other items has been changed.
Is the processed axis proper?
AXIS
At installation (
) After adjustment (
)
Complete if the parameter setting of any other items has been changed.
Is the polish condition proper?
Polish (AXIS)
CR39, Bevel (Polish Diff.)
Bevel Position (Polish)
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
)
)
)
Complete if the parameter setting of any other items has been changed.
Is the chamfering amount proper?
Rear Size (Bevel)
Rear Size (Flat)
Front Size (Bevel)
Front Size (Flat)
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
)
)
)
)
Complete if the parameter setting of any other items has been changed.
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CHECK LIST: ME-1000 Installation Work Check List
Is the chamfering axis proper?
Rear AXIS (Bevel)
Rear AXIS (Flat)
Front AXIS (Bevel)
Front AXIS (Flat)
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
)
)
)
)
Complete if the parameter setting of any other items has been changed.
Is the grooving proper?
Groove Depth
CR39/HiIndex, Groove (AXIS)
Groove Position
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
)
)
)
Complete if the parameter setting of any other items has been changed.
Is the drilling proper?
Hole Diameter
Hole/Slot Reference (R)
Drill Hole Vertical Position (Y)
Drill Zero Point (Z)
Front Surface Offset
Hole Depth (X)
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
At installation (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
) After adjustment (
Is the frame fitting size proper?
Product name
Type
S/N
Ver.
Installation date
Installer
* After installation, the representative must send this list to the NIDEK Service Department.
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)
)
)
)
)
)
5.
ADJUSTMENT SCREEN
The following parameters are shown on the screen for adjustment. Parameters may vary with the
edger type to be used.
Menu screen
Setting - Grinding
Adjustment
Size Preset
Default Setting
Size
AXIS
Bevel Position
Groove Position
Groove Depth
Hole Diameter
Hole Depth
Drill Bit Diameter [mm]
Flute Length [mm]
Metal (CR39/HiIndex)
Plastic (CR39/HiIndex)
Flat (CR39/HiIndex)
Metal (Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex)
Plastic (Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex)
Flat (Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex)
Metal (Glass)
Plastic (Glass)
Flat (Glass)
FPD [mm]
PD [mm]
Optical Center Height [mm]
Active Side (R/L)
Lens Material
Frame Type
Polish Mode
SFB Mode
Layout Mode
Groove Depth [mm]
Groove Width [mm]
FPD Mode
PD Mode
Optical Center Height Mode
JOB Mode
Display Mode
Soft Edging Mode
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ADJUSTMENT SCREEN:
Others
Menu screen
Maintenance
Message Count
Setting - Safety
Bevel
Small
Medium
Large
Setting Communication
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Port Setting
Extra Size Mode
Measurement after Roughing
Continuous Edging Protect
Vacuum System
Rough Wheel Type (HiIndex)
Wheel Rotation Speed (CR39)
Wheel Rotation Speed (HiIndex)
Wheel Rotation Speed (Trivex)
Edge Minimum Width
Tilt Function
Blocking X Offset (Bifocal)
Blocking Y Offset (Bifocal)
Auto Passive Mode
Language
Cover Button
Maintenance Message
Pump & Tank
Drill
Cutter
SFB Mode (Bevel)
Rear Size (Bevel)
Front Size (Bevel)
Rear Size (Flat)
Front Size (Flat)
Rear Size (Bevel)
Front Size (Bevel)
Rear Size (Flat)
Front Size (Flat)
Rear Size (Bevel)
Front Size (Bevel)
Rear Size (Flat)
Front Size (Flat)
Communication Interface
RS-232C Baudrate
Communication Port
Transport Protocol
ADJUSTMENT SCREEN:
Parameter
Setting - Grinding
Setting screen
Axis Rev. Speed
Idle Rotation
Drill Speed
Chuck Pressure
Adjustment
Finish Size
Grinding Rotation Limit
Cup Mode
Grind Minimum Size (H)
Grind Minimum SIze (V)
Overflow Detect
PD Correction for Passive
PD Correction Offset
Frame Tilt Angle (Flat) [deg]
Washing Process
Rough Grinding [s/rev]
Finish Grinding [s/rev]
Polishing [s/rev]
CR39/HiIndex
CR39, Bevel (Polish)
CR39, Flat (Polish)
HiIndex, Bevel (Polish)
HiIndex, Flat (Polish)
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex
Polyca./etc., Bevel (Polish)
Polyca./etc., Flat (Polish)
Glass
SFB
SFB (Polish)
Groove
Drill
Revolution (CR39/HiIndex) [%]
Revolution (Polyca./Acrylic) [%]
Revolution (Trivex) [%]
Feed (CR39/HiIndex) [mm/s]
Feed (Polyca./Acrylic) [mm/s]
Feed (Trivex) [mm/s]
Slot (CR39/HiIndex) [mm/s]
Slot (Polyca./Acrylic) [mm/s]
Slot (Trivex) [mm/s]
CR39/HiIndex
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex
Glass
Chucking Test
Feeler Height
Feeler AXIS
Bevel Position
Bevel Position (Glass)
Bevel Position (Polish)
Polish Wheel Height
Drill Adjustment Mode
CR39, Bevel
CR39, Flat
HiIndex, Bevel
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ADJUSTMENT SCREEN:
Parameter
Setting screen
Rough Size
Polish Size
Polish Diff.
AXIS
Safety Bevel
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HiIndex, Flat
Polyca./Acrylic, Bevel
Polyca./Acrylic, Flat
Trivex, Bevel
Trivex, Flat
Glass, Bevel
Glass, Flat
CR39, Bevel
CR39, Flat
HiIndex, Bevel
HiIndex, Flat
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Bevel
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Flat
Glass, Bevel
Glass, Flat
CR39, Bevel
CR39, Flat
HiIndex, Bevel
HiIndex, Flat
Polyca./Acrylic, Bevel
Polyca./Acrylic, Flat
Trivex, Bevel
Trivex, Flat
CR39, Bevel
CR39, Flat
HiIndex, Bevel
HiIndex, Flat
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Bevel
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Flat
CR39/HiIndex, Bevel
CR39/HiIndex, Flat
CR39/HiIndex, Groove
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Bevel
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Flat
Polyca./Acrylic/Trivex, Groove
Glass, Bevel
Glass, Flat
Polish
Rear Position (Flat)
Front Position (Flat)
Rear Position (Flat, Polish)
Front Position (Flat, Polish)
Rear Position (Bevel)
Front Position (Bevel)
Rear Position (Bevel, Polish)
ADJUSTMENT SCREEN:
Parameter
Setting screen
Groove & Drill
Front Position (Bevel, Polish)
Rear AXIS (Flat)
Front AXIS (Flat)
Rear AXIS (Flat, Polish)
Front AXIS (Flat, Polish)
Rear AXIS (Bevel)
Front AXIS (Bevel)
Rear AXIS (Bevel, Polish)
Front AXIS (Bevel, Polish)
Wheel Height
Wheel Height (Polish)
Groove Position
Groove Depth
Cutter Zero Point
Hole Diameter
Hole/Slot Reference (R)
Drill Zero Point (Z)
Drill Hole Vertical Position (Y)
Front Surface Offset
Hole Depth (X)
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ADJUSTMENT SCREEN:
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