EnduraLAM 150 - SignWarehouse

EnduraLAM 150 - SignWarehouse
SIGNWarehouse, Inc. EnduraLAM 150 User Manual
EnduraLAM 150
User Manual
SIGNWarehouse, Inc.
2614 Texoma Drive
Denison, Texas 75020
800-699-5512
Website: www.signwarehouse.com
Email: [email protected]
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SIGNWarehouse, Inc. EnduraLAM 150 User Manual
I. Introduction
The EnduraLAM 150 is an instant market staple among cold laminators
due to its ability to yield professional output while maintaining simplicity
both in structure and ease of use. More versatile than a desktop laminator,
but lacking the bulk and power consumption of its big brother (EnduraLAM
200), the 150 is an affordable, entry-level laminator whose job performance
is anything but “scaled down.”
Enjoy continuous laminating for longer jobs as the EnduraLAM 150’s two
powered rollers (upper and lower) feed cold lamination film while stripping
and collecting its backing paper. This controlled cleanup allows the operator
to focus on monitoring the end lamination and collecting the media.
Other highlights of the EnduraLAM 150 include precise control options via
manual switch or foot-pedal, minimal power consumption (60W), and an
emergency stop for safety. All of this adds up to an efficient and essential
part of your workshop.
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II. Specification
Maximum Media
Width
EnduraLAM 150-55 EnduraLAM 150-60 EnduraLAM 150-65
56” (1420 mm)
63.8” (1620 mm)
67.7” (1720 mm)
Laminating
Speed
0-19’/min. (6 m/min.)
Nip opening
1.3” (36mm)
Motor Power
60W
Power Supply
110V
Roller Diameter
Machine Size
Machine Weight
Packing Size
(Wooden Crate)
Gross Weight
4.7” (120 mm)
68”x 23”x 54”
78”x 24”x 54”
80”x 23”x 54”
(1725mm x 587mm x 1385mm)
(1925mm x 587mm x 1385mm)
(2025mm x 587mm x 1385mm)
440 lb. (200kg)
484 lb. (220kg)
506 lb. (230kg)
75”x 25”x 28”
83”x 25”x 28”
87”x 25”x 28”
(1900mm x 630mm x 710mm)
(2100mm x 630mm x 710mm)
(2200mm x 630mm x 710mm)
484 lb. (220 kg)
528 lb. (240kg)
550 lb. (250kg)
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III. Machine Structure
1. Left cabinet
8. Right cabinet
15. Supporting frame
2. Emergency stop
9. Front working table
16. Tension control knob
3. Left bracket plate
10. Lifting crank
17. Power plug-in
4. Liner paper roll
11. Feeding roll for media
18. Power switch
5. Film mandrel
12. Base Plate
19. Fuse
6. Roller
13. Pedal switch
20. Pedal switch plug-in
7. Right bracket plate
14. Caster
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IV. Installation
• Install the stand using the following diagram.
• When unpacking your laminator, choose a location where which
you can anticipate long-term operation. Make sure that there is no
visible damage to the machine and all of the parts/accessories are
installed.
• Connect the power cord directly to a wall outlet (void of power
strips or extension cords).
• Install the film mandrel, the left cabinet, and the right cabinet
of the print roller (fasten the screws). Make sure the ends are
symmetrical.
• Press the start button and verify that the rollers have begun
rotating.
• Attempt a test job to check the effect and quality of lamination.
Laminator Stand Installation
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V. Operation Method
A. General
• The film mandrel and liner paper can be installed and removed
quickly.
• Three rubber strips (which can be rolled) are mounted on the
aluminum mandrel to lock the core of the film roll.
• The tension control knob on one end of the liner paper roller
regulates friction to synchronize the speed of the main rollers
and the liner paper roller. Turn the knob clockwise to increase the
tension and damping. Turn the knob counterclockwise to decrease
the tension.
• Use the crank on the right cabinet to control the turning force
and pressure. Turn the crank clockwise to lift the top roller. Turn it
counterclockwise to drop the roller. When the top roller is dropped
to the point that it reaches the bottom roller, the turning force is
significantly reduced causing what is called idle stroke. When the
weight of the top roller is well-distributed on the bottom roller, the
laminating can be started. Continue to turn the knob clockwise to
increase the pressure.
B. Adjusting the parallelism and pressure of the main rollers
The alignment of the main rollers is a crucial factor for ensuring quality
lamination. It affects both the balance of pressure and the off-tracking.
While the main rollers are well-aligned before initial shipment, heavy
vibration in transport or long-time operation may eventually lead to
misalignment of the main rollers. The following instructions will guide users
in readjusting the rollers.
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1) With the top roller barely touching the bottom, make sure there
is no more than a 2mm gap between the two rollers throughout the
width of the machine. If the difference excedes 2mm, proceed with the
adjustment.
2) Using 2 pieces of scrap material (aproximated 3” wide and 20”
long), raise the top roller up enough to insert both pieces of material
under the rollers about 12” from either side. Lower the top roller until
either piece of material is secured tightly between both rollers. The
remaining piece of material will be loose between the rollers.
Compression nut
3) Open the end cabinet on the side of the machine on which the roller
is too high. Adjust both compression bolts evenly to lower the roller
until you can pull on both pieces of material and feel equal pressure.
4) Tighten the compression nuts after adjustment.
5) Reattach the left side board to the machine.
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VI. Safety Precautions
1.Read this manual carefully before starting the laminator. Familiarize
yourself thoroughly with the structure, functioning and operation
of this machine. Observe all warning symbols on the machine to
prevent accidents.
2.The power cord must match the type indicated on the machine to
ensure reliable ground connection.
3.This machine does not have an optical safety device. To prevent
injury, always be aware of and keep a safe distance from rollers
while operating.
4.Lift the roller after operation to prevent deformation from long-time
pressure. Cut the power supply after use.
5.When cutting the films or images, begin cutting at a cautious
distance from the machine to avoid damage to the rollers. Use
cotton cloth with alcohol to clean the rollers. Do not use organic
solvent to swipe the roller or wash the roller by water. This could
damage the rubber or risk causing a short-circuit in the machine.
6.Install the machine in a dry and well ventilated environment. Make
sure the ground is free of water or moisture. Keep the machine far
from flammable and pressurized combustibles.
7.Monitor the electrical performance of the machine and power supply
regularly. If there is any abnormal fluctuation in power (decreased
power, surges, outage, etc.), address the problem in a timely
manner to prevent further damage.
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VII. Warranty
1. The EnduraLAM 150 comes with a one-year warranty starting from
the date of purchase.
2. When filing a claim, the buyer must provide the models serial
number along with a detailed explanation of the problem and
accompanying pictures or video.
3. The manufacturer shall not be liable to honor the terms of this
warranty if the product has been used in any application other
than that for which it was intended, nor if it has been subjected to
misuse, abuse, accidental damage, modification, improper wiring,
improper repair, or improper installation.
4. If the machine is under warranty, parts will be provided free. The
buyer will only be responsible for the shipping cost.
5. If the machine is not under warranty, parts and shipping cost will be
charged.
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