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DIGITAL SYSTEMS
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR
INSTALLATION, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE
OF
AUTOWIND-3R FILM HANDLING SYSTEM
(P/N: 196371-001)
WITH
MK/MKE MAKE-UP TABLE
(AFTER SERIAL NUMBER 4720)
AND ALL WITH RETROFIT KIT P/N: 193439-001
TD-549 REV. D
CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS
10550 Camden Drive
C y p r e s s , C A 9 0 6 3 0 Tel: 714-236-8610 Fax: 714-503-3385
Operator’s Manual
AUTOWIND-3R Film Handling System
TD549
The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a
commitment on the part of CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS (hereinafter referred to as
CHRISTIE). CHRISTIE does not assume responsibility for errors that may appear in this
document. CHRISTIE or its subsidiaries, designated representatives, and any other vendor of
the Autowind-3R Film Handling System are not responsible in any way for any liabilities or
loss resulting from the use or misuse of this document.
Copyright © 2000 by CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS
All Rights Reserved
All copyrights and trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS................................................................................i
LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES..............................................................iii
1. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................. 1-1
1.1. Contents of the Manual.................................................................................................. 1-1
1.2. Purpose of the Manual .......................................................................... .………………1-1
1.3. Special Notices .............................................................................................................. 1-2
1.3.1. Warning .................................................................................................................. 1-2
1.3.2. Caution ................................................................................................................... 1-2
1.3.3. Note ........................................................................................................................ 1-2
2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION................................................................... 2-1
2.1. Unpacking...................................................................................................................... 2-1
2.2. Problem Resolution ....................................................................................................... 2-2
2.2.1. Contacting Christie ............................................................................................ 2-2
2.2.2. Ordering Replacement Parts................................................................................... 2-2
3. INSTALLATION PROCEDURES ......................................................... 3-1
3.1. Autowind Assembly Instructions .................................................................................. 3-1
3.1.1. Main Column.......................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.2. Drive Motors .......................................................................................................... 3-1
3.1.3. Platters .................................................................................................................... 3-6
3.1.4. Feed Control Plate .................................................................................................. 3-6
3.1.5. Return Arms ........................................................................................................... 3-6
3.1.6. Column Rollers....................................................................................................... 3-6
3.1.7. Slide Bar and Roller Cluster Assembly.................................................................. 3-6
3.2. Make-Up Table Assembly............................................................................................. 3-7
4. PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION............................................................ 4-1
5. ALIGNMENT AND CHECKOUT PROCEDURES ................................ 5-1
5.1.
5.2.
5.3.
5.4.
5.5.
Plugs .............................................................................................................................. 5-1
Autowind Controls......................................................................................................... 5-1
Make-Up Table Controls ............................................................................................... 5-3
Verifying Load Spindle/Load Platter Operation............................................................ 5-3
Post-Installation Checkout Procedures .......................................................................... 5-6
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6. OPERATING THE AUTOWIND............................................................ 6-1
6.1. Loading and Unloading Film ........................................................................................ 6-1
6.1.1. Loading Film Onto the Autowind .......................................................................... 6-1
6.1.2. Loading New Shows .............................................................................................. 6-2
6.1.3. Unloading Film from the Autowind....................................................................... 6-2
6.2. Film Threading Procedure............................................................................................. 6-3
6.3. Autowind System Operation ......................................................................................... 6-4
6.3.1. Optimizing Operations ........................................................................................... 6-4
6.3.2. Running the System ............................................................................................... 6-4
7. MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS............................................... 7-1
7.1. Preventive Maintenance ................................................................................................ 7-1
7.1.1. Drive Motors .......................................................................................................... 7-1
7.1.2. Platters.................................................................................................................... 7-2
7.1.3. Rollers .................................................................................................................... 7-2
7.1.4. Spare Parts.............................................................................................................. 7-2
7.1.5. Film Guide Shield .................................................................................................. 7-2
7.1.6. Removing and Installing Film Guide Shield.......................................................... 7-2
7.1.7. Static Electricity ..................................................................................................... 7-3
7.2. Motor Speed Control Adjustments................................................................................ 7-3
7.3. Make-Up Table Adjustment.......................................................................................... 7-6
8. TROUBLESHOOTING.......................................................................... 8-1
8.1. Autowind Platter ........................................................................................................... 8-2
8.1.1. MALFUNCTION: Platter Does Not Run .............................................................. 8-2
8.1.2. MALFUNCTION: Platter Runs Too Slow ............................................................ 8-3
8.1.3. MALFUNCTION: Platter Runs Too Fast.............................................................. 8-4
8.1.4. MALFUNCTION: Platter Runs All the Time ....................................................... 8-4
8.1.5. MALFUNCTION: Platter Creeps .......................................................................... 8-5
8.2. Return Arm.................................................................................................................... 8-5
8.3. Make-Up Table ............................................................................................................. 8-6
8.4. Film Breakage ............................................................................................................... 8-6
APPENDIX A: ASSEMBLY DIAGRAMS AND PARTS LISTS ............... A-1
A.1: Autowind-3R Film Handling System ............................................................................ A-2
A.2: Axle Assembly............................................................................................................... A-6
A.3: Door Panel and Control Modules .................................................................................. A-8
A.4: MK/MKE Make-Up Table Assembly.......................................................................... A-10
A.5: Platter Feed Control Assembly .................................................................................... A-14
A.6: Platter Support Arm ..................................................................................................... A-16
A.7: MARS Make-Up and Rewind System …………………………………….……… A-18
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LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES
Figure 3-1:
Figure 3-2:
Figure 3-3:
Figure 3-4:
Figure 4-1:
Figure 5-1:
Table 8-1:
Table 8-2:
Table 8-3:
Table 8-4:
Table 8-5:
Table 8-6:
Table 8-7:
Table 8-8:
Figure A-1:
Table A-1:
Figure A-2:
Table A-2:
Figure A-3:
Table A-3:
Figure A-4:
Table A-4:
Figure A-5:
Table A-5:
Figure A-6:
Table A-6:
Figure A-7:
Table A-7:
Autowind AW-3R Final Assembly Diagram.......................................................... 3-2
Platter Arm Assembly ............................................................................................. 3-4
Platter Feed Control Assembly Diagram ................................................................ 3-8
Make-Up Table Assembly Diagram ..................................................................... 3-10
Door Panel and Control Modules Assembly Diagram............................................ 4-2
Make-Up Table and Film Track to Autowind......................................................... 5-2
Troubleshooting for Platter Refusing to Run .......................................................... 8-2
Troubleshooting for Autowind Platter Too Slow.................................................... 8-3
Troubleshooting for Autowind Platter Too Fast ..................................................... 8-4
Troubleshooting for Platter Runs Constantly.......................................................... 8-4
Troubleshooting for Platter Creeping ..................................................................... 8-5
Troubleshooting for Return Arm Not Taking Up Film .......................................... 8-5
Troubleshooting for Make-Up Table ...................................................................... 8-6
Troubleshooting for Film Breakage ........................................................................ 8-6
Autowind-3R Film Handling System .................................................................... A-2
Parts List for Autowind-3R Film Handling System............................................... A-3
Axle Assembly Diagram ........................................................................................ A-6
Parts List for Autowind 3R Axle Assembly .......................................................... A-7
Door Panel and Control Modules Diagram............................................................ A-8
Parts List for Door Panel and Control Modules..................................................... A-9
MK/MKE Make-Up Table................................................................................... A-10
Parts List for MK/MKE Make-Up Table ............................................................. A-11
Platter Feed Control Assembly ............................................................................ A-14
Parts List for Platter Feed Control Assembly ...................................................... A-15
Platter Support Arm ............................................................................................. A-16
Parts List for Platter Support Arm ....................................................................... A-17
MARS Make-Up and Rewinds System ............................................................... A-20
Parts List for MARS Make-Up and Rewind System …………………………...A-21
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1.
INTRODUCTION
1.1.
CONTENTS
OF THE
MANUAL
This manual contains installation, operation, and operator maintenance procedures for
CHRISTIE Autowind-3R Film Handling System with MK/MKE Make-Up Table or MARS
Make-Up and Rewind System. The manual is applicable to all systems with serial number
greater than serial number 4720, and to all systems with Retrofit Kit 193439-001 installed.
The material covered includes:
• general description
• installation procedures
• principles of operation
• alignment and checkout procedures
• operating the Autowind
• maintenance and adjustments
• troubleshooting.
1.2.
PURPOSE
OF THE
MANUAL
This manual provides information suitable for various purposes. For details on operating the
projector and for general information, see:
• Section 2: General Description
• Section 3: Installation and Assembly
• Section 4: Principles of Operation
• Section 5: Alignment and check-out
•
Section 6: Operating the Autowind.
Before performing adjustments and periodic maintenance during normal operation, see:
• Section 6: Periodic Maintenance
• Section 7: Calibration, Alignment, and Adjustments.
If a problem occurs, see:
• Section 8: Troubleshooting.
Additional reference information is contained in the appendix.
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1.3.
SPECIAL NOTICES
Three kinds of specific notices are used within this manual to emphasize specific
information.
1.3.1.
WARNING
WARNING: Indicates the presence of a hazard that can cause personal
injury if the hazard is not avoided.
WARNING
1.3.2.
CAUTION
CAUTION: Indicates the presence of a hazard that could cause damage
to projection system.
1.3.3.
NOTE
NOTE: Provides additional information.
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2.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Autowind-3R film handling system is a reliable, easy-to-operate film handling system.
The Autowind automatically rewinds film as it is projected, eliminating the need for manual
rewinding. This system accommodates up to 25,000 feet of continuous 35-mm film on each
of three platters, providing approximately 4½ hours of uninterrupted operation from each
platter.
The Autowind-3R system contains three individually controlled horizontal platters. Film
feeds from one platter through the projector and back onto another platter, where it
automatically rewinds as the show is in progress. Each platter is driven by its own torque
motor. Each torque motor is controlled by a solid-state, plug-in speed-control card. These
cards are located in the hinged door of the control panel for easy access and adjustment.
The Autowind system contains a make-up table. Film feeds to the make-up table from
conventional 2000/6000-foot reels onto the Autowind. Film segments are spliced together to
make one continuous program. The make-up table can also unload film from the Autowind
back onto the original reels for shipping. Controls for loading or unloading the Autowind are
on the make-up table.
Once a show has been loaded, the Autowind system operates automatically.
The Autowind-3R system requires 115-V single-phase 50/60-Hz power (a
model for use with 230-V single-phase power is also available). Christie
recommends that a separate circuit be provided for each Autowind.
2.1.
UNPACKING
The Autowind is normally shipped, uncrated, by van lines within the United States. This
method ensures expert handling during transit and delivery to the projection booth. For
shipment by truck or airline, or for export, the system is crated.
When the Autowind-3R Film Handling System is received:
1. Consult bill of lading or shipping documents to verify that correct number of pieces has
been received.
2. Thoroughly inspect each item for damage that might have occurred during shipment.
Any damage discovered should be reported immediately to transport company for
inspection and filing of claim.
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Do not accept a shipment until all equipment has been completely inspected!
2.2.
PROBLEM RESOLUTION
On rare occasions, an Autowind system installation, operation, or
maintenance problem that is not addressed in this manual may occur. If this
happens, contact CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS directly.
2.2.1.
CONTACTING CHRISTIE
To order parts or request information from Christie, use the address, telephone number, or
Fax number given on the inside front page of this document. Include:
• Autowind model and serial number.
• Part name and part number, as shown in this manual.
• Purchase order number.
The purchase order number is essential for replacement parts requested under warranty.
Christie issues credit for defective parts received. Please request return authorization
number from Christie for defective parts.
2.2.2.
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS
When ordering replacement parts, contact your dealer directly.
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3.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
Operators are urged to read this instruction manual thoroughly and
understand the procedures described herein before assembling and
installing the Autowind system.
The Autowind should be assembled and leveled in the area where it is to be operated, near the
projector. The Autowind can be installed on either side of the projector. If space in the
projection booth is limited, the Autowind can be installed in an adjoining room. However,
additional film transport roller assemblies should be installed to transmit the film from the
Autowind to the projector and back when the distance between the Autowind and the
projector is greater than 10 feet. Film transport roller assemblies (P/N 195856-002) must be
ordered separately.
3.1.
AUTOWIND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3.1.1.
MAIN COLUMN
1. Attach main column (item 1 in Figure 3-1) to base (item 20 in Figure 3-1), using four 3/8 x
1.0-inch hex head cap screws, lock washers, and flat washers. Make sure that base is
perpendicular to column. Tighten securely.
2. Using carpenter’s level, verify that platter disks are level front to back and side to side.
Adjust leveling feet (item 29 in Figure 3-1) if necessary. Erratic operation can result if
platter is not level.
3.1.2.
DRIVE MOTORS
There are three drive motors.
1. Verify that two flanged bushings (items 5 in Figure 3-32) are in place.
2. Place spring (item 3 in Figure 3-32) in spring housing (item 4 in Figure 3-32).
3. Push motor assembly (item 20 in Figure 3-32) toward support arm, depressing motor
tension spring.
4. Align holes in motor mounting bracket with holes in platters support arm. Use long-nosed
pliers or any other tapered instrument to align holes.
5. Insert motor assembly mounting bolt (item 6 in Figure 3-32) upward through holes until
mounting bolt protrudes through top of assembly. Insert locking pin (item 7 in Figure
3-32).
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Figure 3-1: Autowind AW-3R Final Assembly (193932-001) Diagram
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1: Column Assembly (193671-001)
2: Nutsert (515200-047)
3: Spacer (191414-002)
4: Take-Up Roller Assembly (194502-001)
5: Top Roller Assembly (192897-001)
6: Bottom Roller Assembly (192876-001)
7: Idler Roller Assembly (194502-001)
8: Cluster Roller Assembly (192877-001)
9: Platter Drive Assembly (192862-001))
10: Platter Assembly (192899-001)
11: Slide Bar Assembly (193032-001)
12: Slide Bar Spacer (191414-004)
13: Feed Control Plate Assembly (196050-001)
14: Flat Washer
15: Return Arm Assembly (192835-001)
16: Socket Cap Screw
17: #1/4-20 Hex Head Screw
18: Shaft Assembly (196213-001)
19: Roller Cluster Slide Bracket (192886-001)
20: Base Assembly (193564-001)
21: Return Arm Assembly Swivel Roller (192879-001)
22: #1/4-20 x ½-in Hex Head Screw
23: #1/4-20 x 1-in Hex Head Screw
24: #1/4 Lock Washer
25: #1/4-20 x 7/8-in Hex Head Screw
26: Large E-Ring (515700-061)
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Small E Ring (515700-107)
Rest Plate (192887-001)
Foot and Lock Nut Assembly (520650-003)
#3/8-16 x 1-in Hex Head Screw
#3/8 Lock Washer
Chemical Adhesive Nutlock (509101-005)
Phillips Pan Head Screw
MK Table Connection Socket (524306-009)
Bracket (192875-002)
Roller Bracket (192816-002)
Take-Up Ring Assembly (115713-001)
Anti-Skid Assembly (114863-002)
Left-handed Swivel Bracket (194201-003)
Roller (194158-001)
Roller Mounting Bracket (194501-001)
Connector Plate (193553-003)
Aluminum Pop Rivet (515310-009)
Bracket Cluster (194544-001)
Strain Relief with Nut (515900-029)
AC Power Cord (526030-012)
Swivel Shaft (192813-001)
Right-handed Swivel Bracket (194201-004)
Pivot Bracket (192844-001)
Bracket Spacer (191414-004)
Bolt (515500-502)
Sleeve Bearing (515000-173)
Socket Cap Screw (HS04010-02)
Callouts for Figure 3-1: Autowind AW-3R Final Assembly (193932-001)
Diagram
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Figure 3-2: Platter Arm Assembly
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Column Assembly (193671-001)
Female Receptacle (524303-001)
Motor Tension Spring (515610-025)
Spring Housing (192477-001)
Flanged Bushing (515000-174)
Motor Assembly Mounting Bolt (115419-001)
Cotter Pin (515000-117)
Platter Axle (196051-001)
Thrust Bearing Assembly (515000-157 to -159)
Return Arm Assembly (192835-001)
Large E-Ring (515700-061)
8-32 x 5/8” Pan Head Screw
#10 Lock Washer
#10 Flat Washer
Control Module Assembly (194911-001)
ON/OFF Switch (578000-076)
Make-Up Mode Select Switch (192994-001)
¼” Washer
¼-20 x ½” Bolt
Motor with Plug (192890-001)
Rubber Bumper (518800-008)
AW3 Column Harness (192880-080)
Socket Plate (193552-001)
Pop Rivet (515310-009)
25: Indicator (546700-037)
26: Bulb (546536-001)
27: Drive Wheel (192826-001)
28: Nutsert (515200-047)
29: Return Arm Mechanism (192859-001)
30: Sleeve Bearing (515000-173)
31: Pivot Bracket (192844-001)
32: Hex Screw
33: Sheet Metal Screw
34: Small E-Ring (515700-107)
35: Roller (194158-001)
36: Swivel Bracket (194201-003)
37: Swivel Shaft (192813-001)
38: Shaft Assembly (196213-001)
39: Captive Screw
40: Speed Nut Clip (515700-112)
41: Three-Prong Plug (524203-022)
42: End Cap (193665-001)
43: Lock Washer
44: Motor Support (192839-001)
45: Motor Brush (599000-089)
46: Motor Brush Spring (599000-091)
47: Cap
48: Platter Support Arm (193669-001)
49: Spacer 3/4 OD x .505 ID x 7/16” L
(598931-867)
Callouts Figure 3-3: Platter Feed Control Assembly (195858-001) Diagram Arm Assembly
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3.1.3.
PLATTERS
There are three platters.
1. Clean all dirt from platter axle (item 8 in Figure 3-32).
2. Apply thin film of Lubriplate to platter axle.
3. Install thrust bearing and thrust washers (item 9 in Figure 3-32) on axle.
4. Lubricate axle, bearing, and thrust washers with Lubriplate 130-AA.
5. Install platter: Place platter over axle and slightly depress motor tension spring (item 3 in
Figure 3-32) until platter is seated on thrust washers.
6. Repeat steps 1 - 5 for remaining two platters.
3.1.4.
FEED CONTROL PLATE
1. Remove dust plug from platter axle; save, and reinstall when platter deck is not in use.
2. Place feed-control plate into platter axle until oriented as shown in Figure 3-3 (item 16).
Keying system in both parts assists in orienting feed-control plate.
3.1.5.
RETURN ARMS
Install three return arms (item 10 of Figure 3-2) as shown in Figure 3-2, with roller positioned
towards the floor, by securing two screws and washers (items 12, 13, and 14 of Figure 3-2).
3.1.6.
COLUMN ROLLERS
There is a take-up roller (item 4 in Figure 3-1) for each platter. In addition, there is an
adjustable roller (item 5 in Figure 3-1) at the top of the column for feed (to the projector), and
an adjustable roller (item 6 in Figure 3-1) at the bottom for take-up (from the projector). Note
that the orientation to these rollers can be adjusted depending on the relative positions of the
Autowind and the projector. Refer to item 6 and the breakdowns of items 4 and 5 in Figure
3-1 for the complete roller installation.
3.1.7.
SLIDE BAR
AND
ROLLER CLUSTER ASSEMBLY
Mount the cluster roller assembly (item 19 in Figure 3-1) on the slide bar (item 11 in Figure
3-1) and install as shown. Use two hex head 1/4-20 x 1.5 in (3.81 cm) bolts, two spacers, two
flat washers, and two lock washers (install spacers between column and slide bar). The slide
bar is positioned in its lowest position for 35mm and it the highest position for 70mm
operation. (Optional conversion kit required for 70mm film usage).
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3.2.
M A K E -U P T A B L E A S S E M B L Y
The make-up table must be connected to the Autowind system only while
loading and unloading film. The make-up table may be disconnected and
moved at any other time.
1. Assemble table legs (see items 52 and 90 in Figure 3-4) to make-up tabletop. Use two
3/8-16 x 1.75 in (3.91 cm) bolts, two lock washers, and two washers to attach each leg to
inner side of appropriate side plate.
2. Assemble horizontal bars (see item 45 in Figure 3-4) between legs. Use two 3/8-16 x 1.75
in (3.91 cm) bolts, two lock washers, and two washers to attach each horizontal bar to rear
legs.
3. Refer to Figure 3-4. Install roller post (item 43) onto make-up table horizontal bars using
two each standoffs (see item 44), screws (see item 28), and wing nuts (see item 15), and
four washers (see item 67).
4. Install Snap-On swivel rollers onto post. (Refer to items E and H in Figure 5-1). Adjust
top roller to height of selected platter.
5. With table standing in normal position, cut temporary restraining strap on drive motor and
let motor hang free.
6. Lift motor. Install flat belt over both pulleys.
7. Release motor; motor is now supported by belt.
8. Ensure that motor pulleys are correctly aligned and belt runs true over crown of each
pulley.
Run cable assembly from make-up table to vertical column of Autowind and insert six-pin
plug into bottom receptacle of vertical column.
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Figure 3-3: Platter Feed Control Assembly (196050-001) Diagram
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Side Tension Roller Assembly (194158-002)
Center Roller Assembly (194158-003)
Small E-Ring (515700-107)
Spring Stop (193033-001)
Shaft, Roller (196213-005)
#10-32 x .50 Phillips Pan Head Screw
#10 Split Lock Washer
Large Pattern Flat Steel Washer
Bushing (192923-001)
Link (192526-001)
#10-32 x .625 Phillips Pan Head Screw
Tension Spring (515610-026)
Spring Stop Bracket (193034-002)
Guide Pin (115221-001)
Guide Post (192530-001)
Feed Plate (194900-001)
17: 3/4-in Socket Screw (515500-080)
18: Flat Head Screw
19: Round Head Slot Screw
20: Guide Bar (193421-002)
21: Shield (193423-001)
22: #6-32 Pan Head Screw
23: Arm (193508-001)
24: Adapter (193880-001)
25: Crescent Ring (515700-110)
26: Ball Bearing (515000-193)
27: 1/4-in Socket Screw (515500-077)
28: #4-40 Pan Head Screw
29: Film Position Tip (192800-001)
30: Film Guide Bracket (193422-001)
31: 100° Flat Head Screw
32: Arm Shaft (193881-001)
33: Arm Coupling (193884-001)
Callouts for Figure 3-3: Platter Feed Control Assembly (196050-001) Diagram
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Figure 3-4: Make-Up Table Assembly (193052-003) Diagram
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Top Wrap (193071-001)
Motor Bracket and Shaft (193062-001)
Lamp (546650-002)
Lamp Bracket (193117-001)
Drive Belt (515000-190)
#3/8-16 Hex Head Nut
Pulley (196372-001)
Motor and Lead Assembly (193060-001)
Motor Pivot Bracket (193054-001)
#1/4-20 x 7/8-in Hex Head Screw
10-32 Flat Washer
#10-32 Phillips Pan Head Screw
Bracket (193097-001)
Control Knob (520570-058)
Wing Nut
#5/16-18 Hex Head Nut
Bearing (515000-142)
Flangette (515000-144)
Spindle/Platter Toggle Switch (578712-012)
Brake/Switch Toggle Switch (578722-013)
Resistor (555750-003)
MK3 Speed Control Assembly (193067-001)
Viewer Safety Window (191826-001)
Mylar Screen (192024-001)
Drive Wheel (192224-001)
View Screen Retainer (191823-001)
Electrical Connector Plug (515000-179)
#1/4-20 x 6-in Hex Head Screw
#1/4-20 Lock Washer
#1/4-20 x 5/8-in Hex Head Screw
High-Speed Flanged Roller Assembly (194209-001)
Rear Leg (193083-001)
Shaft Assembly (196213-001)
Swivel Bracket (194201-003)
#1/4-20 x 1-3/8-in Hex Head Screw
Tension Latch (515700-103)
Swivel Shaft (192813-001)
Roller Assembly Spacer (191414-006)
Roller Support (192827-002)
Sleeve Bearing (515000-173)
Small E-Ring (515700-107)
Strap Clamp with Hinged Bracket (192175-001)
43:
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Roller Post (192158-002)
Stand-Off (192270-001)
Horizontal Bar Assembly (192155-001)
#1/4-20 Hex Head Nut
#3/8-16 Flat Washer
#3/8-16 Lock Washer
Rear Panel (192164-001)
Strain Relief Connector (515900-029)
Right-hand Side Plate (193082-002)
Front Leg (193084-001)
Foot Leveler (515000-072)
Left-hand Side Plate (193082-001)
Lower Panel (193089-001)
#3/8-16 Hex Head Screw
#1/4-20 x 1-3/4-in Hex Head Screw
Large E-Ring (515700-061)
Wheel Assembly Bracket (192672-002)
Axle (192673-002)
Wheel (520810-201)
#1/4-20 Flat Washer
Speed Nut (515700-112)
#8-1/2 Phillips Pan Head Screw
Plastic Glide (515000-299)
Set Screw
Screw with Washer
Spacer (192948-004)
Swivel Bracket (192815-002)
Film Guide (192804-001)
Bottom Roller Bracket (193072-001)
Pop Rivet (515310-002)
Locking Screw (192167-002)
Cotter Pin (515000-117)
Reversible Shaft (192159-001)
Drive Pin (192160-001)
Machined Shaft/Hub (192254-001)
Spacer (192168-002)
#5/16-18 x 3/4-in Hex Head Screw
#3/8-16 x 1-in Hex Head Screw
Grommet Clamp (518508-021)
Bushing (192792-001)
Plug with Cable Clamp (524206-004)
Cable Assembly (192945-002)
Swivel Roller Assembly (192864-001)
Callouts for Figure 3-4: Make-Up Table Assembly (193052-003) Diagram
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4.PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION
A film-position sensor controls the speed of the platter that feeds film to the projector, and a
return arm underneath the platter controls the speed of the platter that receives film from the
projector. (See Figure 3-3.) Each platter is independently driven by its own direct-current
(DC) permanent magnet torque motor.
Each drive motor is controlled by its individual motor speed control card, located in the
control assembly (Figure 0-1). This motor-control card operates in conjunction with a
control sensor assembly (item 21 in Figure 3-3), located at the end of each platter support
arm. The control sensor consists of an IR-emitting diode (LED) source with a photo-diode
mounted opposite the IR-LED.
The IR-LED maintains a constant preset intensity. A rotating variable-density filter, driven
by either the film-position sensor or the return arm, operates between the LED and the photodiode. Increased intensity on the photo-diode causes an increased current to flow to the
motor speed-control card; in the same manner, decreased light causes a decrease in current.
The current is amplified and converted to DC for the drive motor. The control system
provides precise and smooth control of the platter speeds without employing mechanical
contacts that are subject to wear or pitting.
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Figure 0-1: Door Panel and Control Modules Assembly Diagram
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1: OFF/ON Switch (194876-001)
2: Make-Up/Brake-Down Mode (194871-001)
Selector Switch Assembly
3: Resistor (555030-903)
4: Step-down Transformer (194548-002)
5: LED Card (117509-001) or –004 for IR sensors.
6: Motor Control Card (192883-001)
7: Socket (524715-005)
8: OFF/ON Indicator Light Bulb (546536-002)
9: Panel Door Module (194911-001)
10: Captive Screw (515700-117)
11. Fuse (546105-008)
12: Steel Washer (515810-404)
13: Resistor Mounting Bracket (192882-001)
14: Door Module Harness Assembly (192870-001)
15: Silastic Washer (100425-001)
16: Socket Head
17: Self-Locking Nut
18: Push-In Connector Pin (524900-040)
19: Flat Washer
20: Insulator, Resistors (196447-001)
Callouts for Figure 0-1: Door Panel and Control Modules Assembly Diagram
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5.
ALIGNMENT AND CHECKOUT PROCEDURES
These procedures are to be performed without film in the projection system.
5.1.
PLUGS
1. Plug 115-V, 15-amp, AC plug from base of Autowind column (item 46 in Figure 3-1)
into corresponding grounded wall outlet. (The Autowind-3R Film Handling System can
be configured for other voltages; contact Christie for more information.)
2. Insert six-pin plug from make-up table into receptacle on Autowind column (item 34 in
Figure 3-1).
Do not mate an earlier AW2-model make-up table with the Autowind-3R.
5.2.
AUTOWIND CONTROLS
The Autowind control assembly (item 15 in Figure 3-2) is on the side of the column (item 1
in Figure 3-2), above the slide bar (item 11 in Figure 3-1). The controls are:
•
AC POWER ON/OFF SWITCH WITH PILOT LIGHT (item 16 in Figure 3-2)
This switch must be set to ON, and the pilot light must come on, before the Autowind can
operate. However, the power switch does not have to be set to ON for operation of the
Autowind from the make-up table.
•
MAKE-UP MODE SWITCHES (item 17 in Figure 3-2)
The platters are numbered consecutively from top to bottom. Push the #1, #2, or #3
switches to select the platter that will be used to make up or tear down the program.
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A: Make-Up tabletop
B:
C:
D:
E:
F:
G:
H:
J:
K:
L:
Left (LOAD SPINDLE/OFFLOAD PLATTER) Control Panel Switch
Speed Control Knob
Right (RUN/OFF/BRAKE) Control Panel Switch
Top Swivel Roller
Roller Post
Film Reel
Bottom Swivel Roller
Horizontal Support Bar
Front Leg
Rear Leg Roller
Figure 5-1: Make-Up Table and Film Track to Autowind
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5.3.
M A K E -U P T A B L E C O N T R O L S
The make-up table control panel is located on the front of the make-up table console (item A
in Fig. 5-1). The controls are:
•
LOAD SPINDLE/OFFLOAD PLATTER SWITCH (item B in Figure 5-1)
This switch is located on the left side of the panel. It selects the drive motor of the platter
or spindle. This is a three-position switch; it is OFF in the center position.
•
RUN/OFF/BRAKE SWITCH (item D in Figure 5-1)
This switch energizes the make-up table and controls braking. To stop both the platter
and the reel spindle when unloading film:
1. Quickly switch from RUN to BRAKE.
2. Hold in that position until the platter stops.
3. Release the switch toggle to turn the make-up table OFF.
•
SPEED CONTROL KNOB (item C in Figure 5-1)
This switch controls the platter or spindle speed when making up or tearing down. When
turned fully counterclockwise, it is in the OFF position.
Always turn the speed control to OFF after completing a sequence to avoid a
full-speed start.
5.4.
V E R I F Y I N G L O A D S P I N D L E /L O A D P L A T T E R O P E R A T I O N
With the LOAD SPINDLE/OFFLOAD PLATTER switch in the OFF (center) position, perform the
following steps:
1. Push make-up mode switch (item 17 in Figure 3-2) to select desired platter.
2. Set left make-up table control panel switch (item B in Figure 5-1) to LOAD PLATTER
(Down). Set right control panel switch (item D in Figure 5-1) to RUN (Up).
3. Gradually turn speed control knob (item C in Figure 5-1) clockwise. Verify that correct
platter does rotate counterclockwise. Maximum platter speed should be about 60 RPM.
4. Turn speed control knob OFF.
5. Set left control panel switch (item B in Figure 5-1) to LOAD SPINDLE (Up). Set right
control panel switch (item C in Figure 5-1) to RUN (Up).
6. Turn speed-control knob clockwise. Verify that make-up table spindle turns in
counterclockwise direction.
7. Push right control panel switch downward to BRAKE position and hold it there. Observe
that spindle continues to turn; spindle torque will be proportional to speed- control knob
setting. Release left control panel switch and let it return to OFF position.
Repeat steps 1 - 7 for each platter. The make-up table may be disconnected from the
Autowind column if desired.
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5.5.
MARS MAKE-UP
AND
REWIND SYSTEM
LOAD
SPINDLE
UPPER
SPINDLE
SELECT
LOWER
M AKEUP AND R EWIND S YSTEM
SPEED
CONTROL
RUN
OFF
OFF
LOAD
PLATTER
BRAKE
FUSE
5A AGC
Figure 5-2: MARS Make-Up Table and Film Track to Autowind
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MARS TABLE CONTROLS
The make-up table control panel is located at the front of the pedestal (Item B in Fig B-1).
The controls are:
•
Upper / Lower Spindle Select Switch (Item H in Fig. B-1)
Selects the drive motor of the upper or lower spindle to be loaded with film.
•
Load Spindle / Load Platter Switch (Item I in Fig. B-1)
Selects a drive motor of the spindle (MARS) or platter (AW3).
•
Speed Control Knob (Item J in Fig. B-1)
Controls the spindle or platter speed when making up or tearing down. Turning the knob
fully counterclockwise (12 o’clock) places it in the off position.
•
Run / Off / Brake Switch (Item K in Fig. B-1)
Energizes the MARS and controls braking. To stop the platter and the spindle when tearing
down film:
1. Quickly switch from Run to Brake.
2. Hold the toggle switch in the brake position until the platter stops.
3. Release the brake position to turn MARS Off.
VERIFYING LOAD SPINDLE / LOAD PLATTER OPERATION
With the Load Spindle / Load Platter Switch in the Off position, perform the following
steps:
1. At the platter column push the make-up/break-down mode switch (Item 17 in Fig. 3-2) to
select the desired platter disc.
2. At the MARS table Set the Upper or Lower Spindle Select Switch to the desired position.
3. Set the Load Spindle / Load Platter Switch to LOAD PLATTER. Set the Run / Brake
Switch to RUN.
4. Gradually turn the Speed Control Knob clockwise. Verify that the correct platter disc
rotates counterclockwise.
5. Turn the Speed Control Knob OFF.
6. Set the Load Spindle / Load Platter Switch to LOAD SPINDLE. Set the Run / Brake
Switch to RUN.
7. Gradually turn the Speed Control Knob clockwise. Verify that the correct MARS table
spindle rotates counterclockwise.
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8. Push the Run / Off / Brake Switch to the BRAKE position and hold it there. Observe that
the spindle continues to turn; spindle torque will be proportional to speed – control knob
setting. Release the Brake position and allow it to return to OFF.
Repeat steps 1 – 8 for each platter disc and MARS spindle.
If any of the above procedures does not check out properly, refer to the
Troubleshooting Guide (Section 8) and Schematics (Appendix A).
5.6.
P O S T -I N S T A L L A T I O N C H E C K O U T P R O C E D U R E S
To verify proper operation of the newly installed Autowind-3R Film Handling System:
1. Load five- to ten-minute film onto Autowind.
2. Run film through projector to (take-up) and from (feed-out) all three platters.
If any speed settings are incorrect or if the system malfunctions in some other
manner, execute the troubleshooting procedures in Section 8 of this manual.
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6.
OPERATING THE AUTOWIND
These procedures require film in the projection system. For the initial
checkout of the Autowind, Christie strongly recommends the use of a 5- to
10-minute film to test the operation of all platters before loading a full show
onto the system.
6.1.
LOADING
6.1.1.
LOADING FILM ONTO
AND
UNLOADING FILM
THE
AUTOWIND
1. Position make-up table four to five feet from Autowind. Place post end toward platters.
Connect make-up table to Autowind as described in Section 5.1.
2. Place take-up ring (item 37 in Figure 3-1) onto selected platter. Push corresponding
make-up mode switch (item 17 in Figure 3-2).
3. Place first reel of film on make-up table spindle (see Figure 5-1). Verify that film comes
off reel with clockwise rotation of table spindle.
4. Pull film leader from reel. Thread film under lower roller and over top roller. Ensure
that rollers caster toward reel and platter, respectively.
5. Draw film toward take-up ring and place end of film in take-up ring slot.
The film leader must be long enough to run from the Autowind to the
projector and back to the Autowind.
6. Adjust height of top swivel roller (item 5 in Figure 3-1) so that film clears edge of platter.
Adjust height carefully. If the film track is too low, the film could be
scratched; if the track is too high, the film could “climb” the take-up ring.
7. Set left switch on make-up table to LOAD PLATTER (Down). Set right switch to RUN
(Up).
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8. Gradually rotate speed control knob to increase speed and wind film from reel to platter.
When reel is empty, turn speed control to OFF and push brake switch to stop platter.
9. Place next film reel on reel spindle. Cut off leader and splice film to tail end of preceding
film.
Always splice film with tape on both sides of the film.
After the splice is made, use a white or yellow marking crayon or tape to
mark the splice for future reference.
10. Again set right switch to RUN, turn speed control to start loading platter, and let run until
reel is empty.
11. Repeat steps 8 through 10 above until entire length of film is loaded onto platter. (The
Autowind system with 52-inch platters can accommodate approximately 25,000 feet of
film.)
12. Place anti skid clips around periphery of wound film after complete make-up. Moisten
cups with water so they will adhere securely to platter.
6.1.2.
LOADING NEW SHOWS
1. Transfer film from standard 2,000-foot shipping reels onto 6,000-foot reel on rewind
bench. During this sequence, inspect film for bad splices, cue marks, and other defects.
2. Perform necessary splices on rewind bench as usual.
3. Place 6,000-foot reel on make-up table reel spindle and transfer to Autowind platter.
During the transfer period, prepare another 6,000-foot reel on the rewind bench. In the
intermission following the first feature, break the splice and rewind the second feature on a
different platter.
Transfer film from one platter to another by properly threading and driving the take-up
platter. Use the make-up table speed control knob to regulate the take-up speed of the platter.
Before beginning the transfer, verify that the appropriate make-up mode switch is selected on
the door module assembly.
6.1.3.
UNLOADING FILM
FROM THE
AUTOWIND
Film can be removed from any platter. Push the appropriate make-up mode switch (item 17
in Figure 3-2) to select the platter.
1. Place empty 2,000- or 6,000-foot reel on make-up table reel spindle.
2. Grasp outside end of film on platter to be unloaded. Draw film toward make-up table.
Thread film over top roller, which has been adjusted to correct height, and under bottom
roller. Attach film to empty reel on reel spindle.
3. Set left switch to LOAD SPINDLE (Up) and right switch to RUN (Up).
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4. Turn speed control knob slowly clockwise from OFF. Spindle will rotate and pull film
from platter. Watch for splice as reel fills.
5. When splice appears to be 6 to 8 turns from coming off platter, quickly switch from RUN
to BRAKE and hold switch until platter stops.
6. Turn speed control knob back to OFF.
If the splice is already on the shipping reel set the left switch to LOAD
PLATTER and the right switch to RUN, and slowly turn the speed control knob
clockwise. (This operation reverses the platter rotation and pulls the film back
onto the platter until the splice reappears.) Turn the speed control knob back
to OFF.
7. Open film splice.
8. Splice leader to film on reel.
9. Splice tail to end of film coming from Autowind.
10. Remove full reel from reel spindle and place it in its film can.
11. Repeat steps 1 through 10 until all film has been transferred from Autowind to original
reels.
6.2.
FILM THREADING PROCEDURE
1. Pinch ends of take-up ring together and lift straight up from platter being used.
2. Place take-up ring on empty platter. (With the Autowind system, film can be fed from
any platter and rewound back onto any other empty platter of the system).
3. Grasp end of film from inside of loop that was just removed from slot in take-up ring.
Thread film around feed arm (item 23 in Figure 3-3). As film is pulled, platter will turn
and feed film as required (POWER ON switch set to ON).
4. Carry film to vertical column of Autowind. Thread onto top and bottom rollers of the
vertical column.
5. After film has been threaded through top roller assembly (item 5 in Figure 3-1), pull
through enough film to reach to projector and back to Autowind.
6. Thread film through projector as usual.
If a check for proper projector threading or framing is desired at this point,
start the projector or run it manually for a few frames.
7. Return film start through bottom roller assembly (item 6 in Figure 3-1) and cluster roller
(item 8 in Figure 3-1) to Autowind platter where take-up ring was previously placed.
8. Move return arm to vertical column and hold it in position.
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9. Place film around return roller. Insert end of film into slot of take-up ring.
10. Remove any excess film slack:
a) While guiding film onto return arm roller, move return arm slowly away from vertical
column. When arm is 14 to 16 inches away from vertical column, platter will begin
to turn slowly.
b) Allow platter to rotate at a slow speed until all slack is removed from film coming
from projector.
c) Release arm when slack has been eliminated.
Ensure that the take-up arm is set in such a position that the platter motor
starts simultaneously with the projector. This is especially important for 70mm films. To set the take-up arm in this position, turn the platter clockwise
until the platter motor begins to pull the film.
The Autowind system is now ready for operation with the projector. Before starting the
projector, check to ensure that all of the steps already described in this manual have been
completed.
6.3.
AUTOWIND SYSTEM OPERATION
6.3.1.
OPTIMIZING OPERATIONS
Christie makes the following recommendations for optimum Autowind operation and
performance:
•
If two separate films are being used split the program onto two platters, with one film on
each platter, after the Autowind system is loaded. This enables a smoother feed of the
film from the platter and reduces the possibility of oscillation due to dirt, static electricity,
and old or brittle film.
•
Keep the projection booth temperature close to 70°F (23°C). At lower temperatures, the
film tends to become brittle and stiff; this can cause oscillation and erratic operation of
the feed arm.
6.3.2.
RUNNING
THE
SYSTEM
1. Verify that power switch is pushed in to ON position and pilot light is ON.
2. Start projector. Observe both feed and return platter on Autowind.
During the initial start-up, there may be some oscillation of the return and feed arms; this
condition should settle to a reasonable equilibrium within one or two minutes.
During the first six to eight revolutions of the feed sequence, the film feed may lag
somewhat. This is normal. When the platter attains normal speed, the feed control arm will
settle to its proper operating position, approximately midway between start and maximum
speed.
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A malfunction is occurring if the film wraps around the center feed control assembly more
than three or four times during the first 10 to 20 revolutions. Stop the projector immediately
and check the platter speed (see Section 5.4).
•
•
Unless a serious malfunction occurs, do not turn the projector off until
the take-up arm and platter have had time to settle into a steady
operating motion. If the projector is turned off too quickly after
startup, the momentum of the platter may cause film breakage.
Similarly, do not “inch” the projector by rapidly turning the motor on
and off.
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7.
MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENTS
The Autowind-3R Film Handling System is a simple and highly reliable system when
properly installed and aligned. The reliability of the Autowind is increased by the presence
of the third platter: If one platter malfunctions, operation can continue with the other two
platters.
Furthermore, the motor control cards is interchangeable: They can be plugged into any of the
three connectors (see items 6 and 7 in Figure 0-1). The drive motors (item 9 in Figure 3-1) is
also interchangeable, and is mounted for easy removal and replacement.
Always perform basic preventive maintenance procedures at regularly scheduled intervals to
maintain peak system performance of the Autowind-3R Film Handling System.
7.1.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Christie strongly recommends execution of the maintenance procedures described in this
section at least as often as indicated.
7.1.1.
DRIVE MOTORS
1. At least every six months, remove drive motor brush caps and brushes; use compressed
air to blow carbon dust from motors.
A platter drive motor will short to ground if too much carbon dust
accumulates inside the motor. This procedure is essential to protect drive
motors from grounding out.
2. At least every six months or after 1,500 hours of operating time, whichever comes first,
check drive motor brushes.
3. Replace drive motor brushes when brushes have worn to ¼-inch length or less. This
prevents damage to commutator.
4. Check rubber on drive motor wheels annually. Replace any that show excessive wear. If
wheel rubber wears too thin, motor cannot apply proper pressure to platter drive hub, and
drive wheel may slip.
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7.1.2.
PLATTERS
1. Clean platter surfaces with an all-purpose cleaner; use detergents and water for normal
dust and dirt. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
2. Use solvents to remove wax and grease build-up, but avoid contact with rollers or
bearings.
3. Clean feed control plate and rollers regularly with soft bristle brush to remove dust
accumulation.
7.1.3.
ROLLERS
The rollers are made of a Teflon composition that normally requires no lubrication. A
coating of light-machine oil is applied to the roller shaft at the factory in order to prevent
corrosion and ensure quiet, smooth operation. Apply drop of light-machine oil if a squeak
develops.
Roller bearings are used on the make-up table swivel rollers because of the heavy loads and
high speeds. These roller bearings are lubricated at the factory with LUBRIPLATE 130-AA
grease.
7.1.4.
SPARE PARTS
Christie recommends that the items described on the spare-parts list be kept in the
projection booth.
7.1.5.
FILM GUIDE SHIELD
The film guide shield prevents dirt, film pieces, tape, and other debris from jamming or
interfering with the operation of the film position sensor. Periodic cleaning of the film guide
assembly is necessary. Christie recommends that the shield be cleaned at least once a
week.
1. Use long dry bristled brush.
2. Stroke away from feed plate to keep foreign matter out of film sensor bearing area.
If the shield needs more thorough cleaning, remove the complete assembly (see following
section) and wash it with an agent such as standard dishwashing detergent. A solvent may be
necessary to remove wax buildup.
7.1.6.
REMOVING
AND
INSTALLING FILM GUIDE SHIELD
1. To remove film guide assembly (items 19, 20, 21, and 30 in Figure 3-3), loosen #10
Philips head screw (item 18 in Figure 3-3) completely and lift film guide from feed
control plate.
2. Disassemble film guide assembly.
3. Clean shield. Rinse thoroughly and let dry completely before reinstalling.
4. Place shield (item 21 in Figure 3-3) on film guide bracket (item 30 in Figure 3-3). Match
holes to align pieces.
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5. Secure by installing screw and guide bar (items 19 and 20 in Figure 3-3).
6. Reinstall completed assembly on feed control plate and secure in place with same #10
Philips head screw (item 18 in Figure 3-3).
7.1.7.
STATIC ELECTRICITY
Today’s polyester film based prints, when run in conventional carpeted, air-conditioned
projector booths, have been known to generate static electricity on the film which can cause
oscillation and erratic operation of the platter system. To prevent static electricity buildup:
•
Spray carpet and area around Autowind with static remover spray (commercially available in
aerosol cans).
•
Check electrical grounding of platter disks to a known earth ground.
•
Anti-Static grounding rollers, which mount to center feed plate on the Autowind, are
available from Christie (P/N: 196088-001).
These precautions remove most static electricity and ensure smoother operation of the
Autowind system.
A film tension failsafe (196270-001) is available from Christie to prevent
damage to the platter or projector in case of a film wrap.
7.2.
MOTOR SPEED CONTROL ADJUSTMENTS
The Autowind-3R Film Handling System must be leveled prior to making any
speed control adjustments.
Before adjusting motor speed control, complete system checkout as described in Section 5.6.
If any speed settings are incorrect or if the system malfunctions in some other
manner, execute the troubleshooting procedures in Section 8 of this manual.
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For correct alignment and adjustment of all speed control mechanism components:
Calibration of older Cds-photocell control sensor systems.
NOTE: This type of control sensor utilizes the adjustable LED
power cards.
1. Turn power OFF.
When variable density filter is set in correct position, film position sensor arm
may not be positioned directly over 0° mark on center feed plate. This does
not affect operation; filter STOP position setting controls operation.
2. Verify that film sensor and return arm mechanism work freely and that no parts are
dragging or improperly touching.
3. Remove appropriate motor speed control card and turn POWER ON.
4. Set film position sensor over 70° mark on feed control plate and hold in place. Allow at
least five minutes after power is applied for control sensor to reach equilibrium.
5. Read resistance across pins 12 and 14 of motor speed control card connector (see Figure
3-1). If necessary, adjust LED intensity to obtain approximately 70 KΩ by turning the
appropriate LED potentiometer. (Turn potentiometer clockwise to decrease resistance,
CCW to increase resistance). Allow sufficient time for control sensor photocell to
stabilize. When set in this manner, the LED calibrates the complete control system to the
correct values.
Do not adjust LED intensity to increase or decrease motor speeds.
6. Check resistance value at 100° mark or full speed settings. Resistance should read less
than 60 KΩ.
7. Turn motor speed control Hi-Pot 75% CW; turn motor speed control Lo-Pot 50% CW.
8. Turn power OFF. Install motor speed control card. Turn power ON.
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Do not touch card when power is on! Doing so may expose user to
electrical shock.
WARNING
9. Set film position sensor to 70° mark and use Hi-Pot to adjust platter speed to 20±1 rpm.
(Turn Hi-Pot clockwise to increase speed).
10. Set film position sensor to 20° mark and use Lo-Pot to adjust platter speed so that it just
begins to move.
11. Reset film position sensor to 70° mark and allow one minute for system to stabilize. Recheck platter speed; if necessary, use Hi-Pot to reset to 20±1 rpm.
12. Move return arm toward Autowind column, platter should come to a stop.
13. Platter should not creep in the rest position.
Calibration of IR-LED/photo-diode control sensor systems.
NOTE: The sensors LEDs are pre-calibrated at the factory –
no adjustment of LED current is necessary (LED card
should have fixed value resistors). The only adjustments are
the LOW and HIGH pots on the Speed Control Boards.
1. Turn on power.
2. Insert center feed plate in upper platter, and prop the sensor arm at 20°.
3. Adjust LOW pot until the motor starts to hum.
4. Prop the sensor arm at maximum (all the way to the stop).
5.
Using a tachometer, adjust the HIGH pot for 24 RPM for a standard platter.
6. Recheck LOW setting.
7. Verify proper operation of return arm.
8. Repeat steps 1-7 for the other platter levels.
9. Close access panel.
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
The Autowind is a demand system. The platter operates at varying speeds to
enable the film to feed to the projector at a constant speed. Film “sticking”
caused by static, wax, bad splices, or some other problem may cause the film
position sensor to move to different positions during operation. Further, the
film condition and the diameter of the film on the platter cause the film to
enter the feed plate at varying angles.
Do not change speeds to accommodate these conditions. Once the motor
speeds have been set, they will meet all operating conditions in either feed-out
or take-up mode for both 35-mm and 70-mm operation.
7.3.
M A K E -U P T A B L E A D J U S T M E N T
1. Adjust starting speed of speed control by setting control knob about 1/8 inch from OFF
detent.
2. Insert small trimming screwdriver through hole in panel face near MAX.
3. Turn screw until motor barely stops. (Turn screw CW to increase speed.)
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8.
TROUBLESHOOTING
This section helps the user to identify and, where possible, correct system malfunctions. The
sections below are organized by component. For each component, the manual lists
symptoms associated with possible problems, and then presents a table containing probable
causes and steps to be taken to correct the problem.
Christie suggests that, when using these troubleshooting procedures to correct a
malfunction, users copy the appropriate tables, record observations, and include them with
maintenance/repair records for future reference.
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
8.1.
AUTOWIND PLATTER
8.1.1.
MALFUNCTION: PLATTER DOES NOT RUN
The platter does not run when the system is on.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A No A-C voltage.
Provide necessary 100-120 volts AC to unit; verify that
unit is plugged in and switch is set to ON.
B Platter-mode switch is at
inappropriate mode.
Set mode switch to correct mode.
C Drive motor not plugged in.
Plug drive motor assembly into assembly.
D Blown fuse on motor control
card.
Replace fuse.
E Defective motor control card.
Test motor control card in another connector; replace if
necessary.
F Defective control sensor.
1) Verify that LED is working; replace LED card if
necessary.
2) Test control sensor in another connector; replace
sensor if necessary.
G Motor brushes worn or making
poor contact.
Check drive motor brushes. Replace if worn below 1/4
inch or worn unevenly.
H Motor is fouled.
Blow carbon dust out of motor.
I
Motor is defective.
Replace motor.
J Defective wiring or connections. Check drive motor assembly power connection.
K Drive wheel loose.
Check condition of drive wheel; replace or tighten as
required.
L Defective platter mode switch.
Check P/C board ON switch. If runners are burned off,
replace switch.
Table 8-1: Troubleshooting for Platter Refuses to Run
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8.1.2.
MALFUNCTION: PLATTER RUNS TOO SLOW
The platter is running at less than 25 RPM for maximum feed/return.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A Photocell resistance not properly Measure and adjust resistance as described in Section 7.2.
adjusted.
B Motor speed control
properly adjusted.
not Check and adjust motor speed control as described in
Section 7.2.
C Platter binding.
1) Check platter level; level if necessary.
2) Check platter bearings for condition and lubrication.
Replace or re-lubricate as required.
D Drive wheel slipping.
1) Check spring tension on drive assembly. Replace as
required.
2) Check vertical position of drive wheel to insure full
contact with platter drive surface.
3) Check wheel condition for wear or dirt. Clean or
replace as required.
E Axle binding.
Check axle assembly spring and bushing condition;
lubricate replace if necessary.
F Motor brushes worn or making
poor contact.
Check drive motor brushes. Blow out residual carbon
dust. Replace if worn below 1/4 inch or worn unevenly.
G AC line voltage too low (less
than 105 volts).
Check AC voltage. If too low, install Variac or step-up
transformer to provide 110-120 VAC.
Table 8-2: Troubleshooting for Autowind Platter Too Slow
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
8.1.3.
MALFUNCTION: PLATTER RUNS TOO FAST
The platter is running at greater than 25 RPM for maximum feed or take-up.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A Photocell resistance not properly Measure and adjust resistance as described in Section 7.2.
adjusted.
B Motor speed control not
properly adjusted.
Check and adjust motor speed control as described in
Section 7.2.
C AC line voltage too high (more
than 120 volts AC).
Check AC voltage. If too high, install Variac or stepdown transformer to provide 100-120 volts, AC.
D Light leaking into control
sensor.
1) Verify that end cap is on securely.
2) Verify that ambient light or work light is not
responsible.
Table 8-3: Troubleshooting for Autowind Platter Too Fast
8.1.4.
MALFUNCTION: PLATTER RUNS ALL
THE
TIME
The platter runs constantly.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A Drive motor shorted.
Replace drive motor.
B Motor-speed control is not
properly adjusted.
Check motor speed control. Adjust as described in
Section 7.2.
C Faulty control sensor.
Replace control sensor.
D Light is leaking into control
sensor.
1) Verify that end cap is on securely.
2) Verify that ambient sunlight or work light is not
responsible.
E Film-position sensor is sticking
in ON position.
Determine cause of sticking and correct.
Table 8-4: Troubleshooting for Platter Runs Constantly
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8.1.5.
MALFUNCTION: PLATTER CREEPS
The platter does not come to a stop in the rest position.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A Photocell resistance not properly Measure and adjust resistance as described in Section 7.2.
adjusted.
B Motor speed control not
properly calibrated.
Adjust motor speed control card RPM at 70o and 20o
sensor positions.
C Feed plate arm does not return
to rest position.
Check feed plate sensor arm position and travel of
variable density filter.
D Defective motor control card.
Test motor control card in another connector; replace if
necessary.
Adjust LED intensity to recommended levels. Replace
control sensor assembly.
E Defective control sensor.
Table 8-5: Troubleshooting for Platter Creeping
8.2.
RETURN ARM
The return arm does not take up film slack.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A Platter speed too low.
Refer to Section 8.1.1 of this manual.
B Misalignment of sensor arm or
filter.
Check feed plate sensor arm position and travel of
variable density filter.
C Defective cam lever.
Check cam lever condition replace or repair as necessary.
D Film position sensor sticking.
Determine cause of sticking and repair.
E Motor drive wheel slipping.
Determine cause of slipping and repair.
Table 8-6: Troubleshooting for Return Arm Not Taking Up Film Slack
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
8.3.
M A K E -U P T A B L E
The make-up table does not operate.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A Table not plugged into column.
Plug make-up table into column. Verify that column has
power.
B Broken or missing belt.
Replace drive belt; check alignment.
C Motor speed control improperly Adjust motor speed control.
adjusted.
D Defective motor speed control
sensor.
Replace motor speed control sensor assembly.
E Worn motor brushes.
Replace motor brushes.
F Motor drive slipping.
Ascertain that all drive components are securely tightened
and in good condition.
Table 8-7: Troubleshooting for Make-Up Table
8.4.
FILM BREAKAGE
Film breaks in make-up or tear down mode.
Probable Cause
Corrective Action
A Excessive film tension
Make sure that Make-Up selector switch has been
selected for appropriate platter level. Reduce speed as
needed to reduce tension.
B High-speed start
Reset speed control after braking.
Table 8-8: Troubleshooting for Excessive Film Breakage
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Appendix
A
Appendix A: Assembly Diagrams and Parts Lists
Appendix A contains diagrams and parts lists for these major components of the Autowind3R Film Handling System:
1. Autowind-3R System
2. Axle Assembly
3. Door Panel and Control Modules
4. MK/MKE Make-Up Table
5. Platter Feed Control Assembly
6. Platter Support Arm
7. Return Arm Mechanism Assembly
8. MARS Make-up and Rewind System
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
A.1: A U T O W I N D -3R F I L M H A N D L I N G S Y S T E M
Figure A-1: Autowind-3R Film Handling System (193932-001)
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Appendix A: Assembly Diagrams and Parts Lists
#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Column Assembly
Nutsert, #1/4-20
Spacer
Roller Assembly, Take-Up
Roller Assembly, Top
Roller Assembly, Bottom
Roller Assembly, Idler (Left Handed)
Roller Assembly, Cluster
Platter Drive Assembly
Platter Assembly, Aluminum
Slide Bar Assembly
Spacer, Slide Bar
Plate Assembly, Feed Control
Washer, Flat, #1/4
Return Arm Assembly
Screw, Socket Cap, #1/4-20 x 0.375 in (0.9525 cm) L
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
Shaft Assembly
Slide Bracket, Roller Cluster
Base Assembly
Swivel Roller, Return Arm Assembly
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 1.0 in (2.54 cm) L
Washer, Lock, #1/4
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 0.875 in (2.2225 cm) L
E-Ring, Large
E-Ring, Small
Rest Plate
Foot and Lock Nut Assembly
Screw, Hex Head, #3/8-16 x 1.0 in (2.54 cm) L
Washer, Lock, #3/8
Nutlock, Chemical Adhesive
Screw, Phillips Pan Head, 6-32 x 0.375 in (0.9525 cm) L
Socket, Make-Up Table Connection
193671-001
515200-047
191414-002
194502-001
192897-001
192876-001
194502-001
192877-001
192862-001
192899-001
193032-001
191414-004
196050-001
192835-001
196213-001
192886-001
193564-001
192879-001
515700-061
515700-107
192887-001
520650-003
509101-005
524306-009
1
6
2
3
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
2
1
2
3
2
2
10
1
1
3
4
10
12
2
3
11
1
2
4
4
2
4
1
Table A-1: Parts List for Autowind-3R Film Handling System
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
--
Bracket
Roller Bracket (Top and Bottom)
Take-Up Ring Assembly
Anti-Skid Assembly
Swivel Bracket, Left-handed
Roller
Bracket, Roller Mounting
Plate, Connector
Pop Rivet, Aluminum
Bracket Cluster
Strain Relief with Nut
AC Power Cord
Shaft, Swivel
Swivel Bracket, Right-handed
Bracket, Pivot
Spacer, Bracket
Bolt, #1/4-28
Sleeve Bearing
Kit, Spare Parts Supplemental
192875-002
192816-002
115713-001
114863-002
194201-003
194158-001
194501-001
193553-003
515310-009
194544-001
515900-029
526030-012
192813-001
194201-004
192844-001
191414-004
515500-502
515000-173
193111-001
2
2
2
8
11
1
1
1
16
1
1
1
5
1
3
2
4
2
1
Table A-1: Parts List for Autowind-3R Film Handling System (Continued)
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
A.2: A X L E A S S E M B L Y
Figure A-2: Axle Assembly Diagram
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#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
1
Coupling, Filter
193882-001
1
2
3
Shaft, Filter
Ball Bearing
193883-001
515000-193
1
1
4
Thrust Washer, 0.125 in (0.3175 cm) THK
515000-159
1
5
6
Thrust Bearing
Thrust Washer, 0.094 in (0.23876 cm) THK
515000-158
515000-157
1
1
7
Axle, Platter Mount
194899-001
1
8
9
Spacer
Washer, Flat, #8
515500-095
-
1
1
10
Screw, Phillips Pan Head #6-32 x 0.375 in (0.9525 cm)L
-
1
11
12
Bushing
Spring, Filter (Removable)
193878-001
193877-001
1
1
13
Filter Assembly
193889-001
1
14
15
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 0.625 in (1.5875 cm) L
Washer, Split Lock, #1/4
-
4
4
16
Washer, #10, External Star Lock
-
1
17
18
Screw, Phillips Pan Head, #10-32 x 0.25 in (0.635 cm) L
Column Harness, AW3
Screw, Phillips Pan Head, Type B, #6-32 x 0.375 in
(0.9525 cm) L
192880-080
1
1
-
2
20
Bracket, Plug Support
192798-001
1
21
22
Control Sensor Assembly
Screw, Socket, #10-32 x 0.25 in (0.635 cm) L
192847-002
515500-077
1
2
23
IR/Photodiode Control Sensor Assy.
196296-001
1
19
Table A-2: Parts List for Autowind 3R Axle Assembly
Kit Control Sensor Retrofit AW3 ( 196306-001 )
1
2
3
4
5
PCB ASSY , LED PWR. IR SENSOR
117509-004
1
FILTER, VAR.DENSITY SPEED CTRL.
192801-003
3
ASSY, SPEED CONTROL SENSOR
196296-001
KIT, SPEED SENSOR RETROFIT AW3
TD-707
TUBE, SHIPPING, 1”DIA X 2.5” L
596000-191
3
1
3
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
A.3: D O O R P A N E L
AND
CONTROL MODULES
Figure A-3: Door Panel and Control Modules Diagram
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#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
1
2
3
OFF/ON Switch
Switch Assembly, Make-Up/Brake-Down Mode Selector
578000-076
194871-001
555030-903
1
1
3
194548-002
117509-001
117509-004
192883-001
524715-005
1
1
1
3
4
546536-002
194911-001
515700-117
546105-008
515810-404
192882-001
192870-001
100425-001
524900-040
196447-001
1
1
1
6
6
1
1
3
3
3
27
3
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Resistor, 25W, 3Ω
Transformer, step-down
Power Control Card, LED or
LED Power Card, IR (new style sensors)
Motor Control Card
Socket, 15 Pin, 90°
Light Bulb, OFF/ON Indicator
Panel Door Module
Screw, Captive, #1/4-20
Fuse, 125-V, 5-Amp
Washer, Steel, #8-32
Bracket, Resistor Mounting
Harness Assembly, Door Module
Washer, Silastic
Socket Head, #8-32 x 2.5 in (6.35 cm) L
Nut, self-locking, #8-32
Connector Pin, Push-In
Washer, Flat, #8
Insulator, Resistors
Table A-3: Parts List for Door Panel and Control Modules
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
A.4: MK/MKE M A K E -U P T A B L E A S S E M B L Y
Figure A-4: MK/MKE Make-Up Table (193052-003)
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Appendix A: Assembly Diagrams and Parts Lists
#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Top Wrap
Bracket, Motor, and Shaft
Lamp
Bracket, Lamp
Drive Belt
Nut, Hex Head, #3/8-16
Pulley
Motor and Lead Assembly
Motor Pivot Bracket
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 0.875 in (2.2225 cm) L
Washer, Flat, #10-32
Screw, Phillips Pan Head, #10-32 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
Bracket
Control Knob, MK3
Nut, Wing, #1/4
Nut, Hex Head, #5/16-18
Bearing
Flangette
Toggle Switch, Spindle/Platter
Toggle Switch, Brake/Switch
193071-001
193062-001
546650-002
193117-001
515000-190
193055-001
193060-001
193054-001
193097-001
520570-058
515000-142
515000-144
578712-012
578722-013
555750-003
1
1
1
1
1
12
1
1
1
3
4
4
1
1
8
3
2
4
1
1
1
193067-001
191826-001
192024-001
192224-001
191823-001
515000-179
194209-001
193083-001
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
8
2
2
2
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Resistor, 100W, 75Ω
Speed Control Assembly, MK3
Safety Window, Viewer
Screen, Mylar
Wheel, Drive
Retainer, View Screen
Plastic Cover
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 6.0 in (15.24 cm) L
Washer, Lock, #1/4-20
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 0.625 in (1.5875 cm) L
Roller Assembly, High-Speed, Flanged
Leg, Rear
Table A-4: Parts List for MK/MKE Make-Up Table
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
Shaft Assembly
Swivel Bracket
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 1.375 in (3.4925 cm) L
Latch, Tension
Swivel Shaft
Spacer, Roller Assembly
Support, Roller
Sleeve Bearing
E-Ring, Small
Strap Clamp with Bracket, Hinged
Roller Post
Stand-Off, Machined
Horizontal Bar Assembly
Nut, Hex Head, #1/4-20
Washer, Flat, #3/8-16
Washer, Lock, #3/8-16
Panel, Rear
Connector, Strain Relief, 0.5 in (1.27 cm)
Side Plate, Right-hand
Leg, Front
Leveler, Foot
Side Plate, Left-hand
Panel, Lower
Screw, Hex Head, #3/8-16 x 2.0 in (5.08 cm) L
Screw, Hex Head, #1/4-20 x 1.75 in (4.45 cm) L
E-Ring, Large
Bracket, Wheel Assembly
Axle
Wheel
Washer, Flat, #¼-20
#8 Speed Nut, Type U
Screw, Phillips Pan Head, #8-1/2
Glide, Plastic
Screw, Set, 0.1875 in (0.47525 cm) L
196213-001
194201-003
515700-103
192813-001
191414-006
192827-002
515000-173
515700-107
192175-001
192158-002
192270-001
192155-001
192164-001
515900-029
193082-002
193084-001
515000-072
193082-001
193089-001
515700-061
192672-002
192673-002
520810-201
515700-112
515000-299
-
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
2
2
5
16
16
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
10
6
4
4
2
2
14
4
4
2
1
Table A-4: Parts List for MK/MKE Make-Up Table (Continued)
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#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
Screw, with Washer, #4-40 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
Spacer
Bracket
Film Guide
Bracket, Bottom Roller
Pop Rivet, C’Sink, 0.125 in (0.3175 cm) x 0.25 in (0.635 cm)
Screw, Locking
Pin, Cotter
Shaft, Reversible
Drive Pin
Shaft/Hub, Machined
Spacer
Screw, Hex Head, #5/16-18 x 0.75 in (1.905 cm) L
Screw, Hex Head, #3/16 x 1.0 in (2.54 cm) L
Clamp, Grommet
Bushing
Cable Assembly
Plug With Cable Clamp
Swivel Roller Assembly
192948-004
192815-002
192804-001
193072-001
515310-002
192167-002
515000-117
192159-001
192160-001
192254-001
192168-002
518508-021
192792-001
196522-001
2
1
1
4
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
4
4
4
1
192864-001
1
Table A-4: Parts List for MK/MKE Make-Up Table (Continued)
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
A.5: P L A T T E R F E E D C O N T R O L A S S E M B L Y
Figure A-5: Platter Feed Control Assembly (196050-001)
A-14
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#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Tension Roller Assembly, Side
Roller Assembly, Center
E-Ring, Small
Spring Stop
Shaft, Roller
Screw, Phillips Pan Head, #10-32 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
Washer, #10, Split Lock
Washer, #10, Large Pattern, Flat, Steel
Bushing
Link
Screw, Phillips Pan Head, #10-32 x 0.625 (1.5875 cm) L
Spring, Tension
Bracket, Spring Stop
Guide Pin
Guide Post
Feed Plate, Machined
Screw, Socket, #10-32 x 0.75 in (1.905 cm) L
Screw, Flat Head, #10-32 x 0.75 in (1.905 cm) L
Screw, Round Head Slot, #10-32 x 2.25 in (5.715 cm) L
Guide Bar, 35 mm
Shield
Screw, Pan Head, #6-32 x 0.3125 in (0.79375 cm) L
Arm
Adapter
Crescent Ring
Ball Bearing
Screw, Socket, #10-32 x 0.25 in (0.635 cm) L
Screw, Pan Head, #4-40 x 0.375 in (0.9525 cm) L
Tip, Film Position
Bracket, Film Guide
194158-002
194158-003
515700-107
193033-001
196213-005
192923-001
192526-001
515610-026
193034-002
115221-001
192530-001
194900-001
515500-080
193421-002
193423-001
193508-001
193880-001
515700-110
515000-193
515500-077
192800-001
193422-001
-
2
1
3
1
3
4
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
4
193881-001
193884-001
1
1
32
33
Screw, 100°, Flat Head, #6-32 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
Shaft, Arm
Arm Coupling
Table A-5: Parts List for Platter Feed Control Assembly
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
A.6: P L A T T E R S U P P O R T A R M
Figure A-6: Platter Support Arm
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Appendix A: Assembly Diagrams and Parts Lists
#
Item Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Column Assembly
Receptacle, Female
Spring, Motor Tension
Housing, Spring
Bushing, Flanged
Bolt, Motor Assembly Mounting
Cotter Pin, #2-11/16
Platter Axle
Thrust Bearing Assembly
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Return Arm Assembly
E-Ring, Large
Screw, Pan Head, #10-32 x 2.0 in (6.08 cm) L
Washer, Lock, #10
Washer, Flat, #10
Control Module Assembly
ON/OFF Switch
Select Switch, Make-Up Mode
Washer, #3/8
Bolt, #1/4-20 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
Motor with Plug, 90V, 1.1 Amp, 0.1 Hp
Rubber Bumper
Column Harness, AW3
Plate, Socket
Pop Rivet
Indicator, White
Bulb, 36V or
LED, white, 36V
Drive Wheel
Nutsert, #1/4-20
Return Arm Mechanism Assembly
Sleeve Bearing
Bracket, Pivot
Screw, Hex, #10-32 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
27
28
29
30
31
32
Part Number
193671-001
524303-001
515610-025
192477-001
515000-174
115419-001
515000-117
196051-001
515000-157 to
515000-159
192835-001
515700-061
194911-001
578000-076
192994-001
192890-001
518800-008
192880-080
193552-001
515310-009
546700-037
546536-001
546501-028
192826-001
515200-047
192859-001
515000-173
192844-001
-
Qty.
1
3
3
3
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
6
6
9
1
1
1
6
18
3
3
1
3
24
2
2
3
12
3
3
3
3
Table A-6: Parts List for Platter Support Arm
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
Screw, Sheet Metal, #8 x 0.5 in (1.27 cm) L
E-Ring, Small
Roller
Bracket, Swivel
Shaft, Swivel
Shaft Assembly
Captive Screw, #1/4-20
#8 Speed Nut, U-Type
Plug, 3-Prong (for spares only)
End Cap
Washer, Lock, #1/4
Motor Support
Motor Brush
Spring, Motor Brush
Cap
Support Arm, Platter
Spacer 3/4 OD x .505 ID x 7/16” l
515700-107
194158-001
194201-003
192813-001
196213-001
515700-112
524203-022
193665-001
192839-001
599000-089
599000-091
598931-648
193669-001
598931-867
12
3
3
3
3
3
6
6
3
3
12
3
6
6
6
3
1
Table A-6: Parts List for Platter Support Arm (Continued)
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A.7: R E T U R N A R M M E C H A N I S M
Figure A-7: Return Arm Mechanism
#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Housing, Return Arm
Clamp Filter Lever
Spring Torsion
Cam, Return Arm
Shaft, Return Arm
Mounting Spring Bracket
Roll Pin .50 L (1.27 cm)
194373-001
193081-001
196137-001
192820-003
192873-001
192967-001
515380-033
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
#
Item Description
Part Number
Qty.
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Screw, Set Cup Pt 10-32 x .50 (1.27 cm) L
Screw, Set 6-32 x .375 (.9525 cm) L
Spring Extension .50 O.D. (1.27 cm) L
Phillips Pan Head 10-32x x.625 (1.5875 cm) L
Washer, Flat #10
Screw Hex Head ¼-20 x .875 (2.222 cm) L
Washer, Lock #1/4
Washer, Flat #1/4
Star Nut 10-32
515500-070
515500-081
515610-027
HS10101-10
HW10000
515819-503
598931-207
-
1
1
1
2
1
4
4
4
2
Table A-7: Parts List for Return Arm Mechanism Assembly
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LOAD
SPINDLE
UPPER
SPINDLE
SELECT
LOWER
M AKEUP AND R EWIND S YSTEM
SPEED
CONTROL
RUN
OFF
OFF
LOAD
PLATTER
BRAKE
FUSE
5A AGC
Figure A-8: M.A.R.S. MAKEUP AND REWIND SYSTEM (P/N 196500-001)
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
A-22
#
Item Description
Part Number
1
Drive Pin on MK Table Hub
192160-001
2
Housing Spring, Brass Cup
192477-001
3
4
Swivel Roller Assy.
Motor Assy.
192864-001
193060-002
5
Not Used
6
7
Column Assy., Dual Arm
Column Assy., Single Arm
196501-001
196501-002
8
Table Top
196534-001
9
10
Turn Table Assy.
Light Shield, Bottom
196510-001
196511-001
11
Bolt, Motor Mount
196532-001
12
13
Knob, Reel Retain
Motor Mount
196514-001
196535-001
14
Shaft Assy.
196518-001
15
16
Not Used
Table Top Assy.
196520-001
17
Cable Assy.
196522-001
18
19
Cable Adapter Assy.
Cover, Lamp holder
196523-001
196524-001
20
21
Post Roller for MK Table
Thrust Washer
196525-001
515000-157
22
Thrust Bearing
515000-158
23
24
Thrust Washer
Flanged Bearing
515000-159
515000-174
25
Spring, Compression
515610-025
26
27
Bearing, 1-3/4”OD X 1-7/16”ID X 1-3/4” LG
Light Bulb, WHITE, 60 WATTS, Vibration Resistant
521210-001
546500-002
28
Lamp holder, Socket
546630-009
29
30
Strain Relief, ½”
Overlay Film, Table Top
HM00010
196533-001
31
Screw, HEX HD, ¼-20 X 2-1/4” LG., STEEL, ZINC
HS25006-36
32
33
Screw, PAN HD, PHL, 10-32 X ½”, S.S
Screw, FLAT HD, PHL, 10-32 X ½” S.S
HS10101-08
HS10104-08
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34
Label
194622-001
35
Nut, HEX ¼-20 UNC, STEEL, ZINC
36
37
Not Used
Not Used
38
Washer, SPLIT LOCK # ¼
HW25001
39
40
Washer, SPLIT LOCK # 10, S.S.
Washer, FLAT, # 10 S.S.
HW10001
HW10000
41
Washer, FLAT, # 3/8”
HW38000
42
43
Cotter Pin
Clamp - Grommet
HN25000
515000-117
518506-101
Table A-8: PARTS LIST: M.A.R.S. MAKEUP AND REWIND SYSTEM (P/N 196500-001)
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Index
A
Autowind Controls
Autowind Platter
Malfunctions
Autowind-3R Film Handling System
Assembling
Checkout Procedures
Drawing
General Description
Operation
Parts List
Unpacking
Axle Assembly
Drawing
Parts List
L
5-1
8-2 – 8-5
3-1
5-4
A-2
2-1
6-4
A-3
2-1
A-6
A-7
C
Caution, Definition of
Column Rollers
Assembly
Contacting Christie
Control Panel Switches
Control Sensor Assembly
3-6
2-2
5-2
4-1
A-8
A-9
4-1, 7-1
3-1
7-1
F
Feed Control Plate
Assembling
Film
Loading
Malfunctions
Threading
Unloading
Film Guide Shield
Preventive Maintenance
Removing and Installing
Film Position Sensor
Filter
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7-4
3-6
6-1
8-7
6-3
6-2
7-2
7-2
4-1, 7-4
7-3, 7-4
4-1
7-4
5-3
M
Main Column
Assembly
MAKE-UP MODE Switches
Make-Up Table
Adjustment
Assembly
Diagram
Malfunctions
Parts List
Motor Speed Control Card
Adjustments
1-2
D
Door Panel and Control Modules
Diagram
Parts List
Drive Motors
Assembly
Preventive Maintenance
Light-Emitting Diode (LED)
Adjustment
LOAD SPINDLE/OFFLOAD PLATTER Switch
3-1
5-1
7-5
3-7
A-10
8-6
A-11
4-1, 7-1, 7-4
7-3
N
Note, Definition of
1-2
P
Platter
Preventive Maintenance
Platter Feed Control Assembly
Diagram
Parts List
Platter Support Arm
Diagram
Parts List
POWER ON/OFF Switch
Preventive Maintenance
4-1
7-2
A-14
A-15
4-1
A-16
A-17
5-1
7-1
R
Replacement Parts
Ordering
Storing
Return Arm
Assembling
Malfunctions
Roller Cluster
Assembling
Rollers
Preventive Maintenance
RUN/OFF/BRAKE Switch
2-2
7-2
4-1, 7-4, 7-5
3-6
8-6
3-6
7-2
5-3
I-1
Autowind-3R Film Handling System
S
Shows
Loading
Special Notices
Speed Control Knob
Static Electricity
Preventive Maintenance
System Malfunctions
6-2
1-1
5-2, 5-3
7-3
8-1
W
Warning, Definition of
I-2
1-2
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Autowind-3R Film Handling System
WARRANTY
COVERING
AUTOWIND (AW-MW- & ELF)
FILM HANDLING SYSTEM
Manufactured by: CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS
(Herein referred to as "Christie")
CHRISTIE warrants the apparatus sold to the extent of the parts necessary to correct any
defect in workmanship or materials which may develop under proper and normal use for a
period of one (1) full year (90 days on electric motors) from the date of installation (except
as noted below) but not to exceed eighteen (18) months from the date of shipment from
CHRISTIE DIGITAL SYSTEMS. Christie reserves the right to have the apparatus
returned, freight prepaid, to Christie factory to effect the warranty repairs.
Replacement parts for warranty repairs will be shipped promptly by Christie f.o.b. factory,
and invoiced to the customer. Credit will be issued upon return of the defective part(s),
prepaid, to the Christie factory.
The above shall constitute a fulfillment of all Christie liabilities in respect to said apparatus.
This warranty does not cover:
Special customer specified purchased parts, materials, or components modified to customer
specifications.
This warranty does not apply to parts of any Christie product, which have been opened,
disassembled, repaired, or altered by anyone other than Christie, or subjected to misuse or
abuse.
Christie shall not be liable for any consequential damages.
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