EBI-06 Premium
EBI-06 Premium
Instruction Manual
www.beveltools.com
01-2014
Content
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
General Notes of safety
Use of the machine for purposes for which it is intended
Incorrect use
CE declaration of conformity
Symbol legend
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Prior to taking the machine into service
Taking the machine into service
Rating data
Operating conditions
3.1
3.2
3.3
Protection devices
Beveling tool
Working instructions
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Preventive maintenance
Repair
Warranty
Storage
Disposal / Environmental compatibility
Maintenance and wearing parts
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1.1 General notes on safety
This operation manual is applicable for the machines EBI-06.
The machines may only be handled by personnel who are qualified. Hold power tools by insulated
gripping surfaces when performing an operation where the cutting tool may contact hidden wiring or its
own cord. Contact with a «live» wire will make exposed metal parts of the tool «live» and shock the
operator.
WARNING Read all safety warnings and all instructions.
Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
1.2 Use of the machine for purposes for which it is intended
The machines are intended for the purpose of beveling of metal and plastic materials without the use of
water.
1.3 Incorrect use
All uses other than those described under section 1.2 are regarded as incorrect use and are therefore
not admissible.
1.4 CE declaration of conformity
Beveltools BV of P.O.box 190, 6880 AD Velp Gld, hereby declares under sole responsibility that the
product with the serial or batch no. (see reverse side) complies with the requirements under the
Directive 2004/108/EC, 2006/42/EC, 2011/65/EU. Applied standards: EN ISO 12100, EN 60745,
EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2, EN 61000-3-3. Document
Agent: J.E. Hofman, July 2014 J.E. Hofman Managing Director
1.5 Symbol legend
Attention!
Make sure to read!
This information is very important for ensuring correct operation of the product. Failure to observe this
information can result in a defect.
Note on safety / Warning
This information serves to achieve safe operation. Failure to observe this information may compromise
the operator‘s safety.
Information
This information serves for a good understanding of the operation of the product, thereby permitting
full exploitation of the operational potential of the product.
Technical Document
Read the technical document prior to commissioning.
Safety glasses and ear protection.
Wear safety glasses and ear protection.
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Disposal
Friendly-to-the-environment disposal.
Power connector
Before any work is carried out on the machine, disconnect the power connector.
2.1 Prior to taking the machine into service
Before connecting tool to a power source, be sure the voltage supplied is the same as specified on the
name plate of the tool. The power supply should not vary more than 10% above or below the voltage
indicated on the nameplate.
Working with worn or damaged router heads will cause the machine to fail.
• Check beveling tool prior to use.
• Sharp beveling tools will increase cutting speed and machine life.
• Beveling tools must be changed regularly.
• The beveling tool must be mounted centrally and positioned against the limit stop.
• The maximum allowable speed of the tool and of the chuck may not be exceeded under any
circumstances.
• Observe national regulations.
2.2 Taking the machine into service
Preselect speed with adjusting wheel according to speed table.
Adjusting wheel increment
1
2
3
4
5
6
Min-1 / rpm
5.000
6.000
7.300
8.700
10.000
11.000
During operation never increase the speed of the machine to above that of the maximum admissible
speed of the grinding tool!
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2.2.1 Turn on
• Make sure you always have a firm footing when working with the machine.
• Whatever the position of the machine, always use two hands to control the machine.
• Never touch the milling head when the machine is running.
• Never use the machine above head height.
• The machine should only be used for conventional up‐cut milling.
• To turn the machine on, push the ON/OFF switch toward the front.
• Bring the machine slowly into contact with the work piece only after the selected tool speed has been
reached.
• When cutting a bevel always move the machine from left to right against the direction of rotation of
the milling head.
• When machining bore holes, always work in a clockwise direction.
2.2.2 Turn off
• Take Beveling machine from work peace and turn off.
• Motor stops.
2.3 Rating data
Power voltage (cf. replacement parts list)
Power Input
Power Output
No-load speed
Max. wheel diameter
Grinding spindle thread
Sound pressure level according to EN 60745
Noise emission level
Vibration according to EN 60745
Weight w/o cord set
Protection class
120/230V; 50/60 Hz; 120/230V
500 W
400 W
11000 min-1/rpm
24 mm
M6
89 dB (A) K = 3 dB
100 dB (A) K = 3 dB
5.2 m/s2 K = 1.5m/s2
1.6 kg
/ II
The specified vibration value was measured with a standardized test procedure. It can be used to
compare products or to make an initial assessment of the exposure. The vibration emissions may differ
from the specified value, depending on how the power tool is used. Operating personnel must be
protected with defined safety measures based on the estimated exposure under the actual conditions of
use (these must take into account all phases of the operating cycle, e.g. the times when the power
tool is switched OFF and the times it is switched ON, but is not under load).
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2.4 Operating conditions
Temperature range during operation: 0 to +50°C
Relative air humidity: 95% at +10°C not condensed
3.1 Protective devices
The machine may only be operated with the Flange head!
3.1.1 Flange head
1
Adapt Flange head
• Turn the ring (1) clockwise or counter-clockwise to set depth.
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3.1.3 ON/OFF switch
Two-pole ON/OFF switch with turn-on inhibit and locking.
3.1.4 Protection of the machine
• Starting current limitation the electronically controlled soft starting provides for smooth starting of
the machine. Due to the low machine starting current a 16A fuse is adequate.
• Temperature-dependent overload protection for protection against overheating, when a critical
temperature is reached the electronic safety feature switches into the cool down mode. Then the
machine continues to run at approx.: 3,200 rpm and the electronic constant speed control is
deactivated. After a cool-down time of approx. 10 - 20 sec. the machine is again ready for operation.
Turn the machine off and back on again to activate the electronic constant speed control. When the
machine is at operating temperature the temperature-dependent overload protection reacts
correspondingly earlier time.
• Overvoltage/restarting protection
On short-time outage of the power voltage (pulled power connector, unstable power voltage etc.) the
machine will stop. On recovery of the power voltage the machine has to be turned off and back on
again. The machine is then ready for operation.
3.2 Beveling tool
Use only Beveling tools whose admissible maximum speed is equal to or higher than the no load speed
of the machine.
Use only clean tools!
3.2.1 Changing a Bevel Head
• Disconnect from power supply.
• Lock spindle with the locking ring (pic 2) by turning the ring and pull it backwards.
• Use the Hex wrench (4mm) to unscrew the guide bearing.
• Take the bevel head of.
3.2.2 Fitting a Bevel Head
• Before fitting the Bevel head clean the surface of the adapter and Bevel Head.
• Check the guide bearing, it should run smoothly, a guide bearing that doesn’t run smoothly will
damage the Bevel head and can lead to a broken Bevel Head.
• Place Bevel Head on the adapter, the pin on the adapter should easily fit into the pinhole in the Bevel
Head.
• Lock spindle with the locking ring (pic 2) by turning the ring and pull it backwards.
• Use the Hex wrench (4mm) to tighten the guide bearing.
• Check if the Bevel head runs smoothly and true, not true running Bevel heads must be replaced
immediately.
Check Bevel tool before use. The Bevel head must be correctly mounted and must rotate freely.
Perform a trial run a minimum over a period of 30 seconds without load. Do not use Bevel Heads which
are damaged, which do not run true or which vibrate!
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3.3 Working instructions
• To achieve an optimum Bevel result, move Bevel tool uniformly with light pressure.
• The electronic constant control maintains the speed nearly constant during idling and work under load
and assures a uniform result.
• Excessive pressure lessens the working capability of the machine, as well as the life of the Bevel tool.
• The machine is equipped with an electronic control and integrated overload protection.
• If the machine is overloaded, the speed will drop drastically. Immediately take the load off the
machine and allow to run for a short time without load.
Maximum depth per cut, on steel, no more than 3mm with a maximum Power-on time of 50%.
4.1 Preventive maintenance
• To work effectively and surely keep the machine and the ventilation slots clean at all times.
• After approx. 200 operating hours check carbon brushes and replace if necessary. Clean motor housing
and replenish grease filling in gearbox housing. When the brushes are spent, the machine will stop
automatically.
• To maintain the protective insulation the machine must be subjected to a technical safety inspection.
This work must be done exclusively by a specialized electrical workshop.
• When working on metal under extreme working conditions conductive dust deposits can occur inside
the machine, thereby impairing the protective insulation of the machine. In such cases the use of a
stationary vacuuming system, frequent blowing out of the ventilation slots and protection by a fault
current protection switch are advised.
4.1.1 Changing the carbon brushes
The Automatic-Stop feature protects the machine from defects due to excessively consumed carbon
brushes. The machine is equipped with two carbon brushes, i.e. one is installed in each handle half.
The carbon brushes must be changed as follows:
• Unscrew four screws and remove the handle halves.
• Lift spring with screwdriver and remove brush. Install new brushes. Clean carbon brush holders,
making absolutely sure not to change the arrangement of the elements of the carbon brush assembly.
• Fit handle halves and fasten with four screws.
• Repeat this change on the opposite side, making absolutely sure to avoid both handle halves from
being opened at the same time.
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4.2 Repair
If despite strict observance of the manufacturing and testing method the tool should happen to fail, it
must be repaired by an authorized agency. Any replacement needed for the connecting line must be
installed by the manufacturer or its agent if safety risks are to be eliminated.
4.3 Warranty
In the event of the tool being improperly handled, used for purposes for which it is not intended and/or
of the service and maintenance instructions not being observed by non-authorized persons, no warranty
shall be in effect for damages/consequential damages. Complaints can only be honoured if the machine
is returned in the undissembled condition.
4.4 Storage
Temperature range during operation
Max. relative air humidity
-15°C upto +50°C
90 % at + 30°C
65 % at + 50°C
4.5 Disposal / environmental compatibility
This machine consists of materials which can be disposed of in a recycling process. Before disposal,
render the machine unusable. Do not throw the machine into the garbage collection. According to
national regulations this machine must be disposed of in an environmentally compatible recycling
process.
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4.6
Maintenance and wearing parts
10
205
205
203
203
102
107
509
510
461
461
115
121
116
114
117
118
119
120
113
105
108
109
123
110
111
122
432
432
413
413
Armature with fan 230 Volt
Armature with fan 120 Volt
Stator complete 230 Volt
Stator complete 120 Volt
Stator Housing
Carbon brush holder
Ball bearing
Ball bearing
Auto cut-out carbon brush
Carbon brush USA
Ball bearing
Anti-kink guard
Ball bearing
Damping ring
Spacer bush
Annular magnet
Washer
Countersunk head screw
Fan cover
Switch cap
Leg spring
Switch knob
PT screw
Switch rods
Switch
Cable clip
Power cable compl.
Power cable compl. USA
Electronic control
Electronic control USA
Ratings plate
5733701
5733702
5727201
5727202
45030610
5726201
2767929
07851820
5726701
5726702
2768412
2802901
2768413
5252102
5731401
5728701
5728901
2813401
5727602
7882213
5726301
5727401
2799712
5727901
5727501
3518301
2561501
4914303
6463905
6463906
06481716
500
502
504
124
511
512
513
516
517
518
125
519
514
515
523
506
522
521
520
532
531
530
528
527
526
525
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Insulating adapter flange
Neck part
Spacer sleeve
Nut
Seeger J
Belleville washer
Cover hose
Slide block mount
Slide block
Setscrew
Screw
Cylindrical pin
Spring lockwasher
Locking ring
Speed indicator
Hanger
Spindle
Internal ring gear
Pinion
Sheet metal screw
Gear grease
Spring
Spring
Spring
Ball Bearing
Threaded pin
Spring pin
Lock ring
4645303
45030611
45030613
2801102
2766506
2788201
45030617
45030614
45030616
6430931
2813301
02781844
30003199
45030615
06455924
04813401
45030612
5756101
4917601
2799564
2798510
2784716
45034519
45034518
7851822
4989336
6481036
2766326
P.O. Box 190
6880 AD Velp
The Netherlands
T: +31(0)26 369 92 22
F: +31(0)26 369 92 23
[email protected]
www.beveltools.com
12
2302 Centerline Ind. Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63146
United States of America
T: +1 855 882 3835
F: +1 314 567 0124
[email protected]
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