Technician`s instructions Laser Cleaning Everest® engine

Technician`s instructions Laser Cleaning Everest® engine
Technician's instructions
Laser Cleaning Everest® engine 4140 Everest® BaseCamp 4140
Always be on the safe side.
Sales:
KaVo Dental GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
Tel. +49 7351 56-0
Fax +49 7351 56-1488
Manufacturer:
Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
www.kavo.com
Technician's instructions Laser Cleaning Everest® engine 4140 - Everest® BaseCamp 4140
Contents
Contents
Contents ...........................................................................................................................................................1
1 User instructions ............................................................................................................................................2
1.1 User guide ................................................................................................................................................2
1.1.1 Abbreviations ................................................................................................................................... 2
1.1.2 Symbols ...........................................................................................................................................2
1.1.3 Target group ..................................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Transportation and storage ...................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.1 Currently valid packaging ordinance ................................................................................................ 3
1.2.2 Damage in transit ............................................................................................................................. 3
1.2.3 Information on the packaging: Storage and transport ...................................................................... 5
1.3 Service .....................................................................................................................................................6
2 Safety ............................................................................................................................................................7
2.1 Description of safety instructions ............................................................................................................. 7
2.1.1 Warning symbol ............................................................................................................................... 7
2.1.2 Structure ...........................................................................................................................................7
2.1.3 Description of danger levels ............................................................................................................. 7
2.2 Purpose - proper use ............................................................................................................................... 8
2.2.1 General information .......................................................................................................................... 8
3 Check the laser ...........................................................................................................................................10
4 Individual laser parts ................................................................................................................................... 11
5 Special laser tool .........................................................................................................................................13
6 Laser components .......................................................................................................................................14
6.1 Adapter sleeve with laser transmitter ..................................................................................................... 14
6.2 Outjector ................................................................................................................................................15
7 Cleaning the laser transmitter ..................................................................................................................... 16
7.1 Removing the laser transmitter .............................................................................................................. 16
7.1.1 Turn off the unit .............................................................................................................................. 16
7.1.2 Remove the laser ........................................................................................................................... 16
7.2 Cleaning the laser transmitter ................................................................................................................ 18
7.3 Mount the laser transmitter .................................................................................................................... 19
8 Clean the outjector ......................................................................................................................................21
8.1 Remove the outjector ............................................................................................................................. 21
8.2 Clean the outjector ................................................................................................................................. 22
8.2.1 Remove the receiver ...................................................................................................................... 22
8.2.2 Clean the receiver .......................................................................................................................... 22
8.3 Installing the outjector ............................................................................................................................ 23
8.3.1 Check the laser .............................................................................................................................. 23
8.3.2 Adjusting the laser .......................................................................................................................... 25
8.3.3 Mount the receiver ......................................................................................................................... 26
8.3.4 Delete the text file "referenz.txt" ..................................................................................................... 28
9 Calibrate the laser .......................................................................................................................................29
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1 User instructions | 1.1 User guide
1 User instructions
1.1 User guide
Requirement
Read these instructions to avoid misuse and product damage.
Note
The unit may only be repaired and serviced by technicians trained by KaVo.
Note
The installation instructions only to apply to machines with the new laser
(Mat. no. 1.004.1126). The new laser is identified by the the fact that the spindle
performs the laser measurement on the left side of the work area when measuring
the tool. In the older version, the tool measurement is performed in the middle of
the work area.
1.1.1 Abbreviations
Short
form
GA
PA
MA
TA
STK
IEC
RA
EMC
Explanation
Instructions for use
Care instructions
Assembly instructions
Technician's instructions
Safety check
International Electrotechnical Commission
Repair instructions
Electromagnetic compatibility
1.1.2 Symbols
See the section Safety/Warning Symbols
Important information for users and technicians
CE mark (Communauté Européenne). A product with this mark meets the
requirements of the applicable EU directive.
Action required
1.1.3 Target group
This document is for service technicians who have been trained by KaVo for the
product.
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1 User instructions | 1.2 Transportation and storage
1.2 Transportation and storage
1.2.1 Currently valid packaging ordinance
Note
Only applicable for the Federal Republic of Germany.
KaVo transport packaging must be disposed of and recycled by local disposal ser‐
vice providers and recycling companies in accordance with Dual System require‐
ments.
For more information about disposal and recycling, and an up-to-date list of local
disposal service providers and recycling companies, please visit the following In‐
ternet sites:
http://www.umweltdatenbank.de
http://www.quality.de
KaVo will bring KaVo transport packaging returned by the customer at the custo‐
mer's own cost to the appropriate recycling companies without reimbursement..
1.2.2 Damage in transit
In Germany
If external damage to the packaging is visible upon delivery, follow the procedure
below:
1. The recipient must record the loss or damage in the notice of delivery. The re‐
cipient and employee of the transportation firm must sign the notice of delivery.
2. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
3. Do not use the product.
4. Report damage to the shipping company.
5. Report damage to KaVo.
6. A damaged product cannot be returned before talking with KaVo.
7. Send the signed notice of delivery to KaVo.
If the product is damaged and there is no discernable damage to the packaging
upon delivery, proceed as follows:
1. Report damage immediately or at least 7 days after the delivery to the delivery
company. .
2. Report damage to KaVo.
3. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
4. Do not use a damaged product.
Note
If the recipient does not follow one of the above instructions, the damage will be
held to have occurred after the delivery (according to ADSp. Art. 28)..
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1 User instructions | 1.2 Transportation and storage
Outside of Germany
Note
KaVo is not liable for damage arising from transportation.
Immediately inspect the delivery after receipt!
If external damage to the packaging is visible upon delivery, follow the procedure
below:
1. The recipient must record the loss or damage in the notice of delivery. The re‐
cipient and employee of the transportation firm must sign the notice of delivery.
The recipient can only assert damages against the transportation company ba‐
sed on these records.
2. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
3. Do not use the product.
If the product is damaged and there is no discernable damage to the packaging
upon delivery, proceed as follows:
1. Report the damage immediately or at least 7 days after the delivery to the deli‐
very company .
2. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
3. Do not use a damaged product.
Note
If the recipient does not follow one of the above instructions, the damage will be
held to have occurred after the delivery (according to . CMR law , section 5, Art.
30).
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1 User instructions | 1.2 Transportation and storage
1.2.3 Information on the packaging: Storage and transport
Note
Keep the packaging for returning the product for service or repairs .
The symbols printed on the outside are for transportation and storage, and have the
following meaning:
Transport upright with the arrows pointing upwards
Fragile - protect against knocks
Keep dry
Permissible stacking load
Temperature range
Humidity
Air pressure
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1 User instructions | 1.3 Service
1.3 Service
Service hotline:
+49 7531 56-2100
Service.Everest@kavo.com
User hotline:
+49 7351 56-2200
Please indicate the product serial number or version number.
Additional information can be obtained at: www.kavo.com
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2 Safety | 2.1 Description of safety instructions
2 Safety
2.1 Description of safety instructions
2.1.1 Warning symbol
Warning symbol
2.1.2 Structure
DANGER
The introduction describes the type and source of the hazard.
This section describes the potential consequences of non-observance.
▶ The optional step contains necessary measures for avoiding hazards.
2.1.3 Description of danger levels
Safety instructions with three hazard levels are used in this document for avoiding
personal and property damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION
indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to property damage or minor to mo‐
derate injury.
WARNING
indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to serious injury or death.
WARNING
DANGER
DANGER
indicates a maximum hazardous situation that can directly cause serious injury or
death.
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2 Safety | 2.2 Purpose - proper use
2.2 Purpose - proper use
2.2.1 General information
These installation instructions only apply to machines with a new laser
(Mat. no. 1.004.1126). The new laser is identified by the the fact that the spindle
performs the laser measurement on the left side of the work area when measuring
the tool. In the older version, the tool measurement is performed in the middle of
the work area.
The user must ensure that that the device works properly and is in a satisfactory
condition before each use.
This KaVo product is intended only for use in the field of dental technology. The
product may not be used for a purpose for which it was not intended.
"Proper use" includes following all the instructions for use and ensuring that all in‐
spections and service tasks are performed.
Responsibility is accepted for the safety, reliability and performance of the compo‐
nents supplied by KaVo provided:
▪ installation, upgrades, adjustments, changes or repairs are carried out by tech‐
nicians trained by KaVo or third parties authorised by KaVo, or by the personnel
of authorised distributors.
▪ The unit is operated in accordance with the instructions for use and installation.
▪ The IT components supplied by the operator meet the technical requirements in
these instruction for use for hardware and software, and they are installed and
set up according to the descriptions of these components.
The user must observe the following:
▪ - only use properly operating equipment.
▪ protect himself or herself and third parties from danger.
▪ avoid contamination from the product.
During use, national legal regulations must be observed, in particular:
▪ the applicable health and safety regulations.
▪ the applicable accident prevention regulations.
To guarantee constant readiness for use and maintenance of value of the KaVo
product, the recommended annual servicing must be done.
Authorised to repair and service the KaVo product:
▪ Technicians from the KaVo branches who are trained to deal with the product.
▪ the technicians of the KaVo franchised dealers specifically trained by KaVo.
Note
The product must be cleaned and serviced according to instructions if it is not to
be used for a long period.
Note
Only those accessories may be used that are approved for the device.
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2 Safety | 2.2 Purpose - proper use
Disposal
Note
The waste that arises must be recycled or disposed of in a manner safe for humans
and the environment. Observe the applicable national regulations.
Please direct all questions regarding the proper disposal of KaVo products to the
nearest KaVo branch.
Disposal of electronics
Note
According to EC directive 2002/96 concerning used electrical and electronic devi‐
ces, this product is subject to the cited directive and must be disposed of accor‐
dingly within Europe.
Before disassembling / disposing of the product, it must be completely processed
(disinfected, sterilized) according to the section "Preparation methods"
Additional information can be obtained from KaVo (www.kavo.com) or your dental
supplier.
Note
According to EC directive 2002/96 concerning used electrical and electronic devi‐
ces, this product is subject to the cited directive and must be disposed of accor‐
dingly within Europe.
Additional information can be obtained from KaVo (www.kavo.com) or your dental
supplier.
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3 Check the laser
3 Check the laser
▶ Do a reference run
▶ Switch to the IBH user interface. Opened the IBH user interface in the software
under Maschine/Diagnose/CNC.
Swing the gripping yoke to the laser measuring position
▶ Switch to the "Automatic" menu
▶ Click on the "Program run 1" button or press F2
▶ Click the "Manual NC" button or press F3.
The prompt entry query "Your entry" appears.
▶ In the entry window, enter the value "N1G0A45" and click on "OK" to confirm.
▶ Press the machine start button twice.
The clamping yoke moves to the laser measuring position, and the laser air is
briefly activated.
Turn on the laser beam and check it
▶ In the entry field, enter the command "N1M81" and click on "OK" to confirm.
▶ Press the machine start button twice.
The laser is turned on.
▶ Check the focus of the laser with a piece of paper.
-> The focus should have the smallest diameter at the measuring position.
Measuring position with the new design: X-40 mm
Measuring position with the old design: X60 mm
-> If the laser beam is not round or does not have a clear diameter, oil may be
on the lens, dirt may be in the hole, or the laser is not centred.
Check the blown air for the laser
▶ In the entry field, enter the command "N1M83" and click on "OK" to confirm.
▶ Press the machine start button twice.
The laser blowing air is turned on for approximately 15 seconds.
-> Test the air by feeling it with your hand -> Approximately the same amount of
air should be on both sides.
Check the LEDs on the laser receiver
▶ Removing the housing.
▶ In the entry field, enter the command "N1M81" and click on "OK" to confirm.
▶ Press the machine start button twice
-> Green LED -> Laser with M81 on
-> Orange LED -> the laser was interrupted (the laser does not contact the re‐
ceiver when the laser is on)
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4 Individual laser parts
4 Individual laser parts
Individual laser parts
Item
①
Quantity
1x
Material number Comments
1.001.4406
②
③
④
④
④
Description
Laser WK mea‐
surement, recei‐
ver
Sealing ring
Lock reducer
Outjector
Angled connector
Plug-in nipple
1x
1x
1x
1x
1x
0.222.5109
1.003.3850
1.004.0978
1.004.2557
0.203.4020
④
Injector nozzle
1x
1.002.0620
⑤
L screw connecti‐ 1x
on M5
O-ring 26x1
1x
1.001.8283
⑥
Laser is mounted 1x
1.004.1126
⑦
Clamping sleeve 1x
1.004.0985
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0.200.6506
premounted
premounted
premounted
Loctite 648
premounted
Loctite 511
premounted
Grease 55M
premounted with
transmitter cable
premounted
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4 Individual laser parts
Item
⑦
⑦
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑪
Description
Pressure disc
Straight pin
2m6x14
Nut M18x1
Cheese head
screw M4x10
Cheese head
screw M3x20
Cable tie
Loctite 511
Loctite 648
Loctite 241
Silicone grease,
Molykote 55M
Quantity
3x
3x
Material number Comments
1.004.0977
premounted
0.258.1470
premounted
1x
3x
1.004.2565
0.249.4166
3x
0.249.4159
5x
0.222.6077
0.359.2008
0.359.2016
0.359.2056
0.352.0422
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premounted
Loctite 241
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
Not shown
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5 Special laser tool
5 Special laser tool
Item
①
Designation
wrench for nut
M18x1
Material number
1.004.5928
②
Socket wrench for
adapter sleeve
1.004.9598
③
Place the laser
centring device
1.004.9597
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operation
Screw on the lock
ring for the new re‐
ceiver
Screw in the new
transmitter with the
adapter sleeve
Align the laser be‐
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6 Laser components | 6.1 Adapter sleeve with laser transmitter
6 Laser components
6.1 Adapter sleeve with laser transmitter
Individual parts
Module
Laser is moun‐
ted
Adapter sleeve
Components
Laser sphere
Pressure disc
Straight pin
2m6x14
Cheese head
screw M3x20
O-ring 20x1
Silicone grea‐
se, Molykote
55M
Quantity
Comments
1
Material num‐
ber
1.004.1126
1
1
3
3
1.004.0979
1.004.0985
1.004.0977
0.258.1470
Loctite 932
3
0.249.4159
1
0.200.6506
0.352.0422
The component is already premounted.
During setup, the mounted laser is shoved into the clamping sleeve as shown in the
above picture, and then the three cheese head screws M3x20, also termed "adjus‐
ting screws," are tightened slightly. For a better seal, the O-ring is also greased.
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6 Laser components | 6.2 Outjector
6.2 Outjector
Description
Outjector
Angled stop
Plug-in nipple
Quantity
1x
1x
1x
Injector nozzle
Outjector adhesive seal
Cheese head screw
M4x10
Nut M18x1
(lock ring)
1x
1x
3x
Material number Comments
1.004.0978
1.004.2557
0.203.4020
adhered (Loctite
648) or screwed
in and provided
with washers
1.002.0620
Loctite 511
1.004.3910
0.249.4166
1x
1.004.2565
The outjector is already premounted.
During setup, the injector nozzle (+Loctite 511) is screwed into the outjector up to
the limit, then screw it in reverse one rotation. The laser air flow is now adjusted.
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7 Cleaning the laser transmitter | 7.1 Removing the laser transmitter
7 Cleaning the laser transmitter
7.1 Removing the laser transmitter
7.1.1 Turn off the unit
▶ Close the KaVo Everest Engine control.
▶ Turn off the machine using the main switch on the power supply.
The green light is off.
7.1.2 Remove the laser
▶ Screw off the cover panel.
▶ Remove the lock screw.
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7 Cleaning the laser transmitter | 7.1 Removing the laser transmitter
▶ Remove the adapter sleeve and transmitter using the special socket wrench for
the adapter sleeve (Mat. no. 1.004.2497).
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7 Cleaning the laser transmitter | 7.2 Cleaning the laser transmitter
7.2 Cleaning the laser transmitter
▶ Unscrew the ball head on the front of the laser transmitter.
Laser transmitter with unscrewed ball head
▶ Clean the laser lens inside with a Q-tip dipped in alcohol.
The lens must be free of dust and grease.
▶ Make sure that the hole in the ball head is clean.
▶ After cleaning the lens, screw the ball head on and secure the screwed con‐
nection with Loctite 932.
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7 Cleaning the laser transmitter | 7.3 Mount the laser transmitter
7.3 Mount the laser transmitter
Note
Before installing the laser transmitter, check the laser channel and clean it if ne‐
cessary.
Note
The connector cable plug may not be above the adjusting screws ③.
The position of the laser transmitter is important when installing it.
A mark is on the cast-in laser transmitter (small groove) ①. This mark must be
precisely within the horizontal position ② when the laser transmitter is installed.
▶ Make sure that the connecting cable plug does not project beyond an adjusting
screw ③. Rotate the laser 180° if necessary.
Note
To screw in the clamping sleeve, the adjusting screws may have to be removed.
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7 Cleaning the laser transmitter | 7.3 Mount the laser transmitter
▶ Screw in the adapter sleeve and transmitter using the special socket wrench for
the adapter sleeve (Mat. no. 1.004.2497).
▶ Make sure that the laser transmitter is firmly held.
▶ Lock the adapter sleeve with the lock screw.
▶ Lock the a lock washer with Loctite 241.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.1 Remove the outjector
8 Clean the outjector
8.1 Remove the outjector
▶ To disassemble, remove the three screws at positions ①, ② and ③ and pull out
the outjector.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.2 Clean the outjector
8.2 Clean the outjector
▶ Clean the laser channel in the machine frame with a Q-tip dipped in alcohol.
▶ Check the outjector in the laser channel for foreign bodies.
▶ if there is a foreign body in the laser channel, clean the receiver.
8.2.1 Remove the receiver
▶ Remove the lock ring ② using the wrench (Mat. no. 1.004.5928).
▶ Carefully unscrew the receiver ① from the outjector.
8.2.2 Clean the receiver
▶ Carefully clean the lens using a clean cloth.
▶ Clean the laser channel of the objector sleeve using compressed air.
Note
With machines that have been converted to the new laser version, make sure that
the foam rubber seal on the outjector sleeve does not extend beyond the edge in
the laser channel after installation. If this is the case, the seal must be moved into
the correct position.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.3 Installing the outjector
8.3 Installing the outjector
▶ Install the outjector and lock the three screws with Loctite 241.
8.3.1 Check the laser
▶ After installation, check the laser current and align the laser beam.
Do a reference run
▶ Turn on the power supply.
▶ Start the KaVo Everest Engine control.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.3 Installing the outjector
▶ On the control panel, press the free run key.
▶ Switch to the IBH user interface. Opened the IBH user interface in the software
in the menu Maschine/Diagnose/CNC.
Swing the gripping yoke to the laser measuring position
▶ Switch to the "Automatic" menu.
▶ Click on the "Program run 1" button or press F2.
▶ Click the "Manual NC" button or press F3.
The prompt entry query "Your entry" appears.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.3 Installing the outjector
▶ In the entry window, enter the value "N1G0A45" and click on "OK" to confirm.
▶ Press the start button on the machine twice.
The clamping yoke moves to the laser measuring position, and the laser air is
briefly activated.
Turn on the laser beam and check it
▶ In the entry field, enter the command "N1M81" and click on "OK" to confirm.
▶ Press the start button on the machine twice.
The laser is turned on.
8.3.2 Adjusting the laser
▶ Use the laser centring device Mat. no. 1.004.9597 on the right side.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.3 Installing the outjector
▶ Centre the laser beam with the adjusting screw on the crosshairs of the laser
centring device.
Note
The laser beam must be adjusted so that the beam completely passes through the
opening on the other side. A round, red dot must be visible outside the machine.
▶ Lock the adjusting screw with Loctite 241.
▶ Enter the command "N1M82" in the input window and confirm with OK to turn
off the laser.
▶ Press the start button on the machine twice.
8.3.3 Mount the receiver
▶ Screw the receiver into the outjector, and secure it with the lock ring (nut M18x1)
by using the wrench Mat. no. 1.004.5928.
▶ Make sure that the foam rubber seal on the outjector sleeve does not extend
beyond the edge of the laser channel. Move the seal into the correct position if
necessary.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.3 Installing the outjector
▶ Connect the receiver cable.
▶ Screw off the cover panels.
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8 Clean the outjector | 8.3 Installing the outjector
8.3.4 Delete the text file "referenz.txt"
▶ In the directory "C:\Programme\KaVo Everest Engine Control\" delete the file
"referenz.txt".
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9 Calibrate the laser
9 Calibrate the laser
Note
After converting the laser, the machine must undergo a calibration/function check.
▶ In the "AUTOmatic" menu click on the "Program process 1“ button (F2).
▶ Click on the "Subsequent block" button (F1).
▶ Select the "AUTOmatic" menu again.
▶ Click on the "Program selektion" button (F1).
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9 Calibrate the laser
▶ Click the button "Program number" (F1).
▶ Go to the program directory "C:\IBHData\NCProg\Calibr\".
▶ Click the subdirectory "Calibr" button or press (F4).
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9 Calibrate the laser
▶ Select the program "P955051" and confirm with "OK".
Note
If you cannot find the directory "Calibr" in the bar, it can be selected by clicking the
button "...". First click on an empty direction (with the exception of "CNC") and then
click on the button "...". A window opens in which the directory can be linked. The
directory then appears in the right bottom menu bar.
▶ Press the Start function key on the control panel.
▶ Upon the program's request, insert calibration pin into position T2.
After 10 minutes, the laser calibration program should be successfully conclu‐
ded.
▶ Close the IBH software and restart the KaVo Everest Engine control to activate
the changes.
Calibrate the machine
▶ Completely mount the machine housing.
▶ Start the warm-up program.
▶ Perform calibration after the warm-up program is over.
See also: Document calibration, milling the reference object
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