AutoCreaser Pro 385 Operator Manual

AutoCreaser Pro 385 Operator Manual
Morgana Pro 385
Feeder/Creaser/Folder
Operating Instruction
Read this manual carefully before you use this product and keep it handy for future
reference.
For safety, please follow the instructions in this manual.
Doc no: T10202A
Date: 02 Dec 2016
WARNING:
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
The product (System) which is connected to this machine will be class A.
NOTE:
The domestic environment is an environment where the use of broadcast radio and
television receivers may be expected within a distance of 10m of the apparatus concerned.
Introduction
This manual contains instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine. To
get maximum versatility from this machine all operators should carefully read and follow
the instructions in this manual. Keep this manual in a handy place near the machine.
Please read the Safety Information before using this machine. It contains information
related to USER SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS.
How to Read This Manual
Notation Conventions
Whenever necessary, the following points for attention are indicated in this manual.
WARNING:
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could result in death or serious injury.
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result in minor or moderate injury or damage to machine or property.
NOTE:
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• Remarks for making the operation much easier. You get practical hints or knowledge to
assist you in the machine operation such as:
• Preparations required before operating
• How to prevent papers from being misfed or damaged
• Precautions required or actions to take after misoperation
• Limitations such as numerical limits, functions that cannot be used together, or conditions under which a particular function cannot be used or obtained
• Information
Safety Information
When using this machine, following safety precautions should always be followed.
Safety During Operation
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WARNING:
To avoid hazardous situations like for instance electric shock or danger while exposed
to moving, rotating or cutting devices, do not remove any covers, guards or screws
other than those specified in this manual.
Turn off the power and disconnect the power plug (by pulling the plug, not the cable) if
any of the following conditions exists:
• You drop objects or spill something into the equipment.
• You suspect that your equipment needs service or repair.
• Your equipment’s covers has been damaged.
• You notice unusual noises or odours when operating the equipment.
• If the power cable or plug becomes worn out or otherwise damaged.
• Before cleaning and care (unless otherwise specifically instructed).
Electromagnetic compliance:
• This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
• The product (System) which is connected to this machine will be class A.
General Safety
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WARNING:
Always connect the equipment to a properly grounded power source (wall outlet). If in
doubt, have the power source checked by a qualified electrician.
Improper grounding of the equipment can result in electrical shock. Never connect the
machine to a power source that lacks a ground connection terminal. This machine is
destined for specific purpose only. Any use going beyond this specific purpose is regarded as beyond the determination. The manufacturer will not be liable for damages
resulting from any use beyond the determination, unallowed operation, respectively.
The user alone bears the risk.
Do not make arbitrary changes or modifications to the machine. The manufacturer will
not be liable for modifications made at the machine on your own and damages resulting thereof. EC declaration of conformity and the mark CE will be invalidated, if you
make changes at the machine or at the individual components.
Do not override or bypass electrical or mechanical interlock devices.
The machine is to be used only by authorized and instructed persons. The responsibilities on operating the machine have to be strictly laid down and observed so that there
are no unclear competences regarding safety aspects.
Vent holes serve for air circulation to protect the machine from overheating. Make sure
that the holes are not covered.
Do not expose fingers or other parts of the body to moving, rotating or cutting devices
such as for instance between upper and lower trimmer knives.
Always locate the equipment on a solid support surface with adequate strength tor the
weight of the machine.
General Safety (Continued)
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The machine and its peripherals must be installed and maintained by a customer service
representative who has completed the training course on those models.
Always follow all warnings marked on, or supplied with, the equipment.
When you disconnect the power plug from the wall outlet, always pull the plug (not the cable).
Disconnect the power cord before you move the machine. While moving the machine, always
exercise care and make sure that the power cord will not be damaged under the machine.
Always contact service if relocating the equipment.
Do not move the machine while the machine is running.
Do not open covers while the machine is running.
Do not switch off the power while the machine is running. Make sure the machine cycle has
ended.
Lay the power cord in a way that nobody will stumble over it. Do not place things on the cord.
Never attempt any maintenance function that is not specifically described in this
documentation.
Always keep magnets and all devices with strong magnetic fields away from the machine.
If the place of installation is air-conditioned or heated, do not place the machine where it will be:
• Subject to sudden temperature changes.
• Directly exposed to cool air from an air-conditioner.
• Directly exposed to heat from a heater.
If the machine is not used over an extended period of time it should be unplugged to prevent
damage in the case of overload.
NOTE:
• The operator manual always has to be available at the place of use of the machine.
• In the interest of technical development the company reserves the right to make
alterations to specifications without prior notice
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
What You Can Do With This Machine................................................................................ 9
Guide To Components...................................................................................................... 10
Pro 385 Feeder............................................................................................................................ 10
Pro 385 Creaser.......................................................................................................................... 11
Pro 385 Folder............................................................................................................................. 12
User Interface.............................................................................................................................. 13
Optional parts.................................................................................................................... 14
Pro 385 AutoCreaser................................................................................................................... 14
Pro 385 DigiFold.......................................................................................................................... 14
Tools and Accessories...................................................................................................... 15
Pro 385 AutoCreaser................................................................................................................... 15
Pro 385 DigiFold.......................................................................................................................... 16
1. Basics................................................................................................ 17
Paper.................................................................................................................................. 17
Paper Guidelines......................................................................................................................... 17
Creasing............................................................................................................................. 18
About the Crease......................................................................................................................... 18
Choose the Correct Crease Blade Set........................................................................................ 19
Replacing Blade Sets.................................................................................................................. 20
Setting the Crease Tilt Knobs...................................................................................................... 23
Folding................................................................................................................................ 26
About the Fold............................................................................................................................. 26
Deflects.............................................................................................................................. 29
About Deflects............................................................................................................................. 29
Perforating......................................................................................................................... 30
Using the perforation................................................................................................................... 30
Turning On / Off the Power............................................................................................... 32
Main Power Switch...................................................................................................................... 32
Calibration.......................................................................................................................... 33
Sensor Calibration....................................................................................................................... 33
Stop Gate Distance Calibration................................................................................................... 33
Folder Bypass Tray Installation....................................................................................... 34
2. Setting Up a Job............................................................................... 35
Quick Start......................................................................................................................... 35
The Run Screen................................................................................................................. 37
Modifying Settings............................................................................................................ 38
Paper Size and Thickness........................................................................................................... 38
Crease Settings........................................................................................................................... 39
Pro 385 Quick Reference Sheet.................................................................................................. 41
Custom Crease............................................................................................................................ 42
Fold Configuration....................................................................................................................... 43
Roller Gap Adjustment................................................................................................................. 44
Save a Job................................................................................................................................... 45
Batch Jobs................................................................................................................................... 45
Fans and Choke settings............................................................................................................. 46
Delivery........................................................................................................................................ 47
Lower Paper Tray........................................................................................................................ 47
Running Test Sheets.................................................................................................................... 48
Action Buttons.............................................................................................................................. 48
Creating and Saving Jobs............................................................................................................ 48
Expert User Options.................................................................................................................... 49
Home........................................................................................................................................... 49
Job completed............................................................................................................................. 50
Check Paper Size........................................................................................................................ 50
Job Preparation................................................................................................................. 52
Loading Paper............................................................................................................................. 52
Crease Pressure.......................................................................................................................... 52
Setting Crease Pressure.............................................................................................................. 53
3. Expert User Options......................................................................... 55
Accessing Expert User Options....................................................................................... 55
Expert User Main Menu............................................................................................................... 55
DSD switch button....................................................................................................................... 55
Conversion button........................................................................................................................ 56
Service menu............................................................................................................................... 56
Plint.............................................................................................................................................. 56
Settings in production.................................................................................................................. 57
Tools menu.................................................................................................................................. 57
4. Troubleshooting - General............................................................... 59
Misfeeds/Jams................................................................................................................... 59
Misfeed/Jam in Feeder Area........................................................................................................ 59
Jam between Units or Jam in Creaser/Folder............................................................................. 60
Recommended Settings Adjustments............................................................................. 61
5. Troubleshooting - Fault Codes........................................................ 63
Pro 385 Fault codes.......................................................................................................... 63
General........................................................................................................................................ 63
Pro 385 Jam Codes..................................................................................................................... 64
Pro 385 Error Codes ................................................................................................................... 69
6. Remarks............................................................................................ 73
Do’s And Don’ts................................................................................................................. 73
Where to Put Your Machine.............................................................................................. 74
Machine Environment.................................................................................................................. 74
Power Connection....................................................................................................................... 74
Access to Machine....................................................................................................................... 75
Maintaining Your Machines.............................................................................................. 76
Pro 385 Maintenance................................................................................................................... 76
Limitations of the Pro 385................................................................................................. 77
7. Specifications .................................................................................. 79
Machine Specifications - Feeder Pro385 .................................................................................... 79
Machine Specifications - Creaser Pro385................................................................................... 79
Machine Specifications - Folder Pro385...................................................................................... 79
EU Declaration Of Conformity..................................................................................................... 82
What You Can Do With This Machine
Feeder
Creaser
Folder
AutoCreaser Pro 385
DigiFold Pro 385
The Morgana PRO 385 is a state of the art feeding, creasing and folding system. There
are two primary intended configurations for the Pro 385 system. The first configuration
is the Feeder in combination with the Creaser. The second configuration is the Feeder in
combination with the Folder. Both configurations utilize the top feeding, vacuum assisted
Feeder which is capable of feeding up to 10,000 A4 sheets per hour.
The Feeder/Creaser configuration allows for automatic sheet feeding and single or dual
static creasing accurate to within 0.1 mm. This configuration can crease and or perforate
sheets accurately at a rate of 8,500 A4 sheets per hour. After creasing, the finished
products are collected neatly on a stacking tray.
The Feeder/Folder configuration allows for automatic sheet feeding, dynamic creasing and
folding. The dynamic creaser in this system does not need the paper transport system to
stop when it makes a crease, which allows this system to process up to 6,500 A4 sheets
per hour.
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Guide To Components
Pro 385 Feeder
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10
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2
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6
7
12
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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10
10
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Top Plate, Feeder
System Main Power Switch
Stack Support Assembly
Loading Table
Base Spine Assembly
Graphical User Interface
Blower Case / Vacuum Fan Assy
Paper Guides
Vacuum Drum / Drum Guard
Ultrasonic Double Sheet Detection
(USDSD) Sensor (Q10)
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12
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15
16
17
15
16
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Exit Feed Sensor (Q7)
Paper Stop Gate
SP Sensor
Side Lay w/ Separation Fans
Latching handles
Paper Backstop
Paper Weight
Guide To Components (Continued)
Pro 385 Creaser
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10
1
11
2
8
7
13
6
5
4x
4
4x
1
Top Cover, Creaser
2
Creaser Tilt Adjustment Knobs
3
Articulating Rigid Foot
4Caster
5
Indexing Lever
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Stacker Tray
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Stacker Guides
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Creaser Assembly Exit
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3
9
10
11
12
13
Antistatic Kit (optional)
Static Creaser Assembly 2
Static Creaser Assembly 1
Entry Sensor (Q20)
Exit Sensor (Q25)
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Guide To Components (Continued)
Pro 385 Folder
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1
2
7
9
10
11
12
16
6
5
4x
4x
3
4
8
15
14
1
Top Cover, Folder
2
Creaser Tilt Adjustment Knobs
3
Articulating Rigid Foot
4Caster
5
Delivery Module Handle
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Delivery Module
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Stacker Guides
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Folding Roller Assembly
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Fold Knife K1 Sensor (Q45)
10 Exit Sensor (Q52)
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11 Power/Signal Connector
12Interlock
13 Antistatic Kit (optional)
14 Dynamic Creaser Assembly
15 Static Creaser Assembly
16 Entry Sensor (Q40)
User Interface
The Morgana Pro 385 has a Graphical User Interface (GUI) / Control Panel which allows
for setting up jobs and viewing/modifying machine settings and properties. The Pro 385
GUI was designed to have minimal text for intuitive operation across multiple languages.
Detailed descriptions of each menu and sub-menu are found in this Operator Manual.
NOTE:
Depending on modules and features installed, the screen may look different from what you
see here. Some functions are greyed out or not visible at all and remaining buttons may
stretch to fit the screen. This manual will most often show a fully configured system.
Control Panel
The control panel is of touch screen type. Point at the screen and press the “button” to
reach the desired function or change the desired setting.
Intro Page
Turning on the Morgana Pro 385
brings up the introductory page. This
page is in place for operator safety.
The Main Menu will not come up
unless the operator acknowledges
he or she is trained to operate the
machine.
Home Screen
From the Home Screen, the operator
can set up a job and view/modify
machine settings and properties.
The “Quick Start” button in the middle
of the screen launches the Quick
Start sequence, which walks the user
through the necessary steps to start
a simple job (Paper Format, Paper
Thickness and Fold Settings).
If jobs have been previously programmed, the operator can initiate or edit them by
pressing the “Folder” button.
The “Play” button takes the operator to the Run Screen, where jobs can be set up manually
and overall system status is displayed.
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The Run Screen
The Run Screen is where the
operator is taken after selecting
the “play” button on the Home
Screen. This screen displays paper
parameters, job status and system
status. The operator can start, edit,
pause or abort the job from this
screen.
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Tools and Accessories
Below are the lists of the tools and accessories included in the despatch kits both for the
AutoCreaser and for the DigiFold.
Pro 385 AutoCreaser
Component no
1-99-35
1-99-12
601-185
601-118
601-119
90-031
T-302A
Quantity
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
Description
Anvil Set
28T Slitter Perforator blade
Sensor Cleaning Brush
Wooden Handled Brush
Disposable Latex Glove-Size XL
Instruction Sht. Roller C.
Blade Removal Tools
Quantity
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
Description
Anvil Set
28T Slitter Perforator blade
Sensor Cleaning Brush
Wooden Handled Brush
Disposable Latex Glove-Size XL
Instruction Sht. Roller C.
Blade Removal Tools
Installation Setup-DigiFold
Pro 385 DigiFold
Component no
1-99-35
1-99-12
601-185
601-118
601-119
90-031
T-302A
170-101-02
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Optional parts
Below are the lists of the optional parts that can be ordered by the user both for the
AutoCreaser and for the DigiFold.
Pro 385 AutoCreaser
Component no
1-99-10
1-99-13
1-99-41
1-99-42
336-03-02
336-30-01
Description
20T Slitter Perf Set
Slitting Blade Set
56T Slitter Perf Set
96T Slitter Perf Set
Blade Set - Narrow - for Static Creaser
Cross Perf. Blade Set (up to 150mm) - for Static Creaser
Pro 385 DigiFold
Component no
1-99-10
1-99-13
1-99-41
1-99-42
336-03-02
336-30-01
176-213-01
176-213-03
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Description
20T Slitter Perf Set
Slitting Blade Set
56T Slitter Perf Set
96T Slitter Perf Set
Blade Set - Narrow - for Static Creaser
Cross Perf. Blade Set (up to 150mm) - for Static Creaser
Blade Set - Narrow - for DynaCrease
Blade Set - Ultra Narrow - for DynaCrease
1. Basics
Paper
Paper Guidelines
Paper comes in many different makes, types and finishes. There are many different
ways to print on the paper and then protect that printed image. The grain direciton, fibre
structure, substrate thickness, porosity, coating type, bond strength of the coating, water
content, relative humidity and many other things can affect how the paper will behave
when you crease and fold it. We recommend that you learn to identify these differences.
Be prepared to make small adjustments to the machine to stop any problems that they
might cause.
Guidelines:
-Always make sure that the sheets of paper you use are cut square. This machine is
designed to fold the paper at right-angles. It cannot do this if the paper edges are not cut
at 90° angles to each other.
-Always make sure that all of the paper for a job is cut the same. This machine uses the
sheet length that you set to automatically set the crease and fold positions on a document.
The document will not be accurate if the paper length is not set correctly, or if the length of
the paper changes during a job.
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Creasing
About the Crease
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A crease stops the paper and printed image of a document from cracking when it is folded.
The crease is made when a sheet of paper is compressed between the two parts of a
mechanism known as a blade set. The blade set uses an ANVIL and a BLADE to form
the crease. A powerful motor operates the blade set so that it can put a large amount of
pressure on the paper. This pressure compresses the substrate and printed image, which
makes the paper thin and weak along the edges of the crease. This allows the paper to
fold accurately along the crease.
NOTE:
When you crease and fold, the crease is the most important process. The paper will not
fold accurately if the crease is not made correctly, or if it is not made in the correct position.
Blade
Paper Feed Direction
Anvil
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Choose the Correct Crease Blade Set
Two different types of blade set are supplied with your machine. Refer to the table below to
see which type of blade/set is most suitable for your job.
Sheet Thickness
Blade Set
Crease Width
≥ 0.25 mm (0.010”)
Standard (supplied w/ machine)
1.3 mm (0.051”)
≤ 0.25 mm (0.010”)
Narrow (supplied w/ machine)
1.0 mm (0.039”)
0.1 mm - 0.2 mm (0.004” - 0.008”) Ultra-Narrow (optional)
1
0.7 mm (0.027”)
The Standard blade set is designed to give a good crease on thick paper and thin card.
To do this, it makes a wide crease. A wide crease is necessary because it gives sufficient
material at the spine of the fold.
The Narrow blade set is designed to give a good crease on medium and thin paper. To do
this it makes a narrower crease than the Standard blade set does. A narrower crease is
necessary because if there is too much material at the spine of the fold, the fold might not
be accurate or square.
An optional blade set, known as the Ultra-Narrow blade set, is also available for purchase.
The Ultra-Narrow blade set is designed to make a very narrow crease. One should use
an ultra-narrow blade set if folding very thin paper (paper thickness close to the minimum
specification for this machine).
Always make sure you have the correct blade set installed before starting a job. When
running into creasing or folding problems, try a different blade set. This can help solve
the problem, even if it is not the usual blade set that is recommended. For blade set
replacement instructions, see the “Replacing Blade Sets” section within this manual.
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Replacing Blade Sets
1
1
Before removing the blade assembly,
ensure that the lower blade / anvil is
at “Top Dead Centre”- See the “setting
crease” section of this manual
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3
4
Switch the machine off
Lift the top cover
Using a 5mm allen key, remove the two
socket head screws, one at each end of
the Blade Set [A]
A
5
Remove the Sheet Guide Assembly, by
pulling upwards on the two flanges (one
at each end) as shown [B]
B
6
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The Blade Set can now be removed
from the machine using the Blade
Extractor Tools [C]
C
Replacing Blade Sets (continued)
7
Insert the Blade Extractor Tools, one at
each end of the Blade Set, as shown
1
Note The Position of The
Blade Extractor Tool
Under The Lip of The
Blade Adjuster Assembly
8
Pull the Blade Assembly in the direction shown to unclip and release the Blade Set
9 Slide the blade assembly out of the creasing unit and lay it on a flat surface
10 Slide the blade adjustment cams and the blade adjustment assemblies away from the
dowels located in the ends of the blades / anvils as shown in the figure below
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Replacing Blade Sets (continued)
11 Slide the blade adjustment assemblies
and the blade adjustment cams onto the
dowels of the new blade set
1 12 Slide the new blade set into the slots of
the creasing unit as shown
NOTE:
The blade can be fitted with the ANVIL at
the bottom or with the ANVIL at the top. The
blade set is supplied from the factory with
the ANVIL at the bottom. The blade can be
changed to have the ANVIL at the top, which
may improve the repeatability of the fold
relative to the crease for certain fold types or
when using lighter stocks.
13 Rotate the blade adjustment cams until they are just tight, and then back off slightly.
Switche the machine on, reset blade to “Top Dead Centre” and make final adjustments.
14 Refit the Sheet Guide Assembly
15 Close the top cover
16 Test the crease for form
NOTE:
For optional blade sets see “Optional Parts” in this section.
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Setting the Crease Tilt Knobs
The Crease Tilt Knobs allow the user to get a perfectly perpendicular crease on the paper.
User adjustment might be needed if crease positions are not perpendicular.
AutoCreaser Pro 385 Knob Adjustment Procedure - Blades 1 and 2
1
From the GUI, select a two-crease
custom fold, check that blade 1
makes the first crease and that
blade 2 makes the second crease
(see section 2) and load paper.
2
3
Run a test sheet (see section 2).
1
If one or both the creases are not in
the correct position (see figure 1),
adjustment is needed.
Blade 1
Blade 2
NOTE:
Wrong crease positions are
marked in red, correct crease
positions are marked in green.
Feed direction
figure 1
Blade 2 knob
4
Rotate the knobs counterclockwise
to loosen them.
5
Move the knob(s) slightly, either to
the left or to the right depending
on whether the crease is tilted
either to the right or to the left.
6
Rotate the knobs clockwise to
secure them.
7
Run a test sheet to check if the
creases are now perpendicular.
8
Repeat steps 4 to 7 if necessay.
Blade 1 knob
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Setting the Crease Tilt Knob (continued)
DigiFold Pro 385 Knob Adjustment Procedure - Blade 2
1
1
From the GUI, select a one-crease
custom fold (see section 2) and load
paper.
2
From the fold configuration sub-menu,
change both the folding offset values
to 0 (see section 2).
3
Make sure that the folding option is on
and run a test sheet (see section 2).
Blade 2
NOTE:
Wrong crease positions are
marked in red, correct crease
position is marked in green.
Feed direction
figure 2
4
If the crease is not in the correct
position (see figure 2), adjustment
is needed. If the crease is in the
correct position skip steps from 5 to
9.
5
Rotate the left knob
counterclockwise to loosen it.
6
Move the knob slightly, either to
the left or to the right depending on
whether the crease is tilted either to
the right or to the left.
7
Rotate the knob clockwise to
secure it.
8
Run a test sheet to check if the
crease is now perpendicular.
9
Repeat steps 5 to 8 if necessary.
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Blade 2 knob
Setting the Crease Tilt Knob (continued)
DigiFold Pro 385 Knob Adjustment Procedure - Blade 1
10 From the GUI, select a one-crease
1
custom fold (see section 2) and
load paper.
11 Turn the folding option off (see
section 2).
12 Run a test sheet (see section 2).
13 If the crease is not in the correct
position (see figure 3), adjustment
is needed.
Blade 1
NOTE:
Wrong crease positions are
marked in red, correct crease
position is marked in green.
Feed direction
figure 3
Blade 1 knob
14 Rotate the right knob
counterclockwise to loosen it.
15 Move the knob slightly, either to
the left or to the right depending on
whether the crease is tilted either to
the right or to the left.
16 Rotate the knob clockwise to
secure it.
17 Run a test sheet to check if the
creases is now perpendicular.
18 Repeat steps 14 to 17 if necessary.
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Folding
About the Fold
1
A fold is made when a sheet of paper is pushed through a pair of fold rollers by a fold-knife.
This is known as a right-angle fold because the fold is made 90° to the direction of sheet
travel. The machine has two fold-knives and can make up to two parallel folds on each
sheet. A cross sectional view of the fold mechanism is shown below.
2nd Fold Knife (K2)
Roller Gap 2
Roller Gap 3
Roller Gap 1
1st Fold Knife (K1)
Fixed Roller
This machine has many different fold configurations available. The fold configurations are
shown in detail on your Quick Reference Sheet and in Section 2 of this manual.
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While setting up a job, the roller gaps are set to specified distances automatically. If results
are unsatisfactory (i.e. cracking of the print is noticeable), these gaps may need to be
adjusted manually to improve results. The table below details the default values for the
roller gaps, per fold setting.
1
Gap Default Values
Fold Configuration
Gap 3
Gap 2
Gap 1
Half K1 (Half Fold on
Knife 1)
2X
2X
X
Half K2 (Half Fold in
Knife 2)
2X
X
X
Double Parallel
Engineering
Gate
Closed Gate
Letter
Concertina
4X
3X
3X
3X
3X
3X
2X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
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X represents the thickness of the sheet. Measure the sheet thickness accurately using a
digital Vernier Caliper to determine what X is.
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Example: When producing a Half K1 fold with a 0.10 mm thick sheet of A4 paper, X is
equal to 0.10 mm and the Roller Gaps are automatically set to the following values:
Gap 1 = X = 0.10 mm
Gap 2 = 2X = 0.20 mm
Gap 3 = 2X = 0.20 mm
If cracking of the print is noticeable, or if jams are frequently occuring, these gaps may be
manually adjusted: see roller adjustment, section 2.
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Deflects
About Deflects
The FlyingKnife folding system has a unique function that lets the machine pass flat
sheets through the fold rollers. This operation is known as a deflect. When you choose to
do a half fold on K1 or K2, the fold knife that is not used to fold the document becomes a
deflector. This means that the machine aligns the fold knife with the lead-edge or spine of
the document to guide it through the machine.
1
A Half Fold K1 cycle means K1 folds the paper and K2 deflects the paper. This leads to a
round spine finish. This cycle is shown below.
K2
Deflect
1
2
K2
Deflect
1
K1 Fold
A Half Fold K2 cycle means K1 deflects the paper and K2 folds the paper. This leads to a
square spine finish. This cycle is shown below.
K2 Fold
K2 Fold
1
2
1
K1
Deflect
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Perforating
Using the perforation
1
Once the Machine is set-up, it can be used to perforate or crease.
NOTE:
1. Perforating and creasing can be carried out simultaneously. However, if any
adjustment is made to the roller tilt mechanism in order to compensate for the
perforation line being “out of square”, this may effect the accuracy of the crease. If this
occurs creasing and perforating must be carried out as separate operations.
2. By adjusting the outfeed drive tyres relative to the drive hubs it is possible to stear
the sheet, (i.e. by placing the tyre on top of the hub one side of the paper will stear
faster on that side).
The perforator blades are split into two matching halves
and are fitted to the drive wheels as shown in the
photograph using the four screws supplied.
A hardened anvil is fitted to the drive hub as shown in the
photograph also using the four screws supplied. Again
the anvils are made from matching halves.
CAUTION: The perforator blades are very sharp
and care must be taken whilst handling.
Do not mix the matching pairs of blades or anvils.
Setting the machine
1
2
3
4
Turn the mains supply to the machine “off”.
5
Using a 2.5mm allen key, take one half of the
matching pair of blades and mount on to the
drive wheel. Do not secure the blade.
6
Mount the other half of the blade to the drive
wheel as shown (Figure 1). Secure the blades
to the wheel ensuring not to over tighten grub
screw.
7
Mark on a single sheet the desired perforating
position. Feed the sheet through the machine
manually until the mark can be seen. Use
this mark to assist in fixing the position of the
perforating drive wheel to the roller drive shaft.
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Open the perforator assembly to get access to the drive wheels and hubs.
Using a 2mm allen key, loosen the drive wheel that is to accommodate the blades.
Slide the drive wheel away from any obstructing drive wheels or hubs in order to
mount the blades.
Figure 1
8
Using a 2mm allen key, loosen the drive hub
nearest the perforating drive. Slide the drive
hub away from any obstructing drive wheels or
hubs in order to mount the anvils.
9
Using a 2.5mm allen key, take one half of the
matching pair of anvils and mount to the drive
hub. Do not secure the anvil.
1
10Mount the other half of the anvil to the drive hub
as shown (Figure 2). Secure the anvils to the
drive hub ensuring not to over tighten the grub
screws.
Figure 2
11Slide the drive hub towards the perforating drive wheel until there is a clearance of
0.5mm (0.020”).
12To prevent damage to the blades or the anvils, do not force the drive wheel against
the hub.
13Fix the perforator stripper adjacent to the drive wheel and blade as shown.
14Operate the machine and test the perforations for form.
NOTE:
It is important that the drive hubs are arranged evenly across the widht of the paper in
order to reduce the risk of jamming.
For multiple perforations repeat the above procedure (it is reccomended to use a
separate perforator for every perforating blade set fitted in the creasing unit).
A
B
C
D
E
Typical set-up for perforating sheets
A. Perforating drive wheel with mounted blades
B. Drive hub with mounted anvils
C. Standard drive wheel
D. Standard drive hub
E. Perforator stripper
NOTE:
-Always remove blades and anvils once the perforating operation has been completed to avoid marking on digital or delicate media.
-For optional perforating blades see “Optional Parts” in this section.
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Turning On / Off the Power
Main Power Switch
1
1
Ensure that the main power cord is plugged into the wall and to the power socket [A]
of the Pro 385
2
3
Check that terminator plug [B] is plugged in the Creaser / Folder
Toggle on/off the Main Power Switch [C]
C
A
B
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Calibration
Sensor Calibration
The Pro 385 has an Ultrasonic Double Sheet Detection (DSD) sensor [A]. If feed errors
begin occuring more frequently, this sensor may need to be calibrated. Please contact a
certified service technician if calibration is required.
1
A
Stop Gate Distance Calibration
The position of the stop gate [A] may need to be calibrated if feed errors begin occuring
more frequently. Please contact a certified service technician if calibration is required. If
Stop Gate position needs to be changed, see troubleshooting section.
A
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Folder Bypass Tray Installation
1
2
3
1
4
5
Fold the delivery extension [A] onto the Delivery Module
Move the delivery roller on top of the delivery extension
Hold the handle and push it to move the delivery module down
Put the Bypass Tray in place and pull the plungers [B]
Release the plungers
A
B
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2. Setting Up a Job
Quick Start
Intro Page
Turning on the Morgana Pro 385
brings up the introductory page. This
page is in place for operator safety.
The Main Menu will not come up
unless the operator acknowledges
he or she is trained to operate the
machine.
Home Screen
From the Home Screen, select the
“Quick Start” button to initiate the
Quick Start sequence, which walks
the user through the necessary steps
to start a simple job (Paper Format,
Paper Thickness and Fold Settings).
Select the “play” button to get to the
run screen.
Select the “folder” button open the
saved job list.
Quick Start Screen 1:
Paper Format / Orientation
The Paper Format sub-menu allows
for selection of standard formats.
Toggle between portrait and
landscape by pushing the marked
button.
NOTE:
Due to physical constraints, only
A4 sheets may be rotated in this
machine
A
B
C
Quick Start Screen 2:
Paper Thickness
The proper paper thickness must be
selected so that machine parameters
are set correctly for optimal
performance.
A = 80 - 120 gsm
B = 121 - 250 gsm
C = 251 - 400 gsm
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2
Quick Start Screen 3:
Fold Settings
The operator selects the desired fold
configuration within this sub-menu.
The creasing and folding process for
each fold setting is detailed in the
Pro 385 Quick Reference Sheet. This
sheet comes with your machine and
should be kept available near the
machine for operator reference.
A) Letter Fold
B) Concertina Fold
C) Half Fold Knife 2
D) Half Fold Knife 1
E) Engineering Fold
F) Gate Fold
G) Closed Gate Fold
H) Hinge Fold
I) Double Parallel Fold
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
Wait Screen
After selecting the fold configuration,
the Pro385 will perform initialisation.
The “wait screen” will appear for a
few seconds until initialisation is
complete.
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The Run Screen
After completing the Quick Start process or by pressing the “play” button on the home
screen, the Run Screen will appear. The Run Screen displays the system status and key
job parameters. It also allows for manual modification of settings. The key job parameters
and manual modification sub menus are described below in this section.
I
A
2
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Reference
Letter
A
Parameter
Description
Counter
Total number of sheets processed
B
Batch Setting
C
Batch Pause Setting
D
Paper Size
Current batch setting
(e.g. 50 sheets, 100 sheets, etc.)
Shows a flag for automatic off / manual start mode
and a timer for 3 second pause mode
Job paper size
E
Fold Setting
Job fold setting
F
Paper Thickness
Job paper thickness
G
Fold Knives On/Off
Toggles the fold knives on and off
H
Crease Blades On/Off
Toggles the crease blades on and off
I
Status Lights
Give basic information on the status of the system.
Blue: system is processing a job
Green: system is ready
Orange: system is calibrating
Red: system failure
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Modifying Settings
Paper Size and Thickness
Paper Size and Thickness
The Paper Size sub-menu allows
for selection of standard formats
and custom paper sizes. Paper
orientation and paper thickness is
also selected within this sub-menu.
2
Paper Size parameters must be
chosen prior to loading paper.
After choosing paper size, the
Backstop and Side Lay are shifted
automatically. The user can enter a
custom paper size by adjusting the
values at the bottom of the screen.
Paper Orientation
Toggle between portrait and
landscape by pushing the marked
button.
NOTE:
Due to physical constraints, only
A4 sheets may be rotated in this
machine
Paper Thickness
The proper paper thickness must be
selected so that machine parameters
are set correctly for optimal
performance.
It is important to measure the sheet
thickness accurately using a digital
Vernier, especially when using the
Folder in fold mode.
NOTE:
Tapping on a value opens a type
box.
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Crease Settings
Crease Settings
The operator switches creasing on /
off and selects the desired folding
option within this sub-menu.
The many folding options are
described below.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
2
J
A) Letter Fold
B) Concertina Fold
C) Half Fold Knife 2
D) Half Fold Knife 1
E) Engineering Fold
F) Gate Fold
G) Closed Gate Fold
H) Hinge Fold
I) Double Parallel Fold
J) Custom Crease
NOTE:
Some options might be greyed out depending on modules and features installed.
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Crease Settings
Customizing crease position
Pressing the button of the chosen
folding option will open the
customizing screen.
The operator can adjust the
position of the creases on the
paper by increasing / decreasing
the values at the right side of the
screen.
2
The values in brackets are the
default crease positions.
NOTE:
Tapping on a value opens a type
box.
Switching the crease on / off
Press the marked button to switch
the crease on / off.
The standard creasing and folding process for each folding option is detailed in the next
page in the Pro 385 Quick Reference Sheet. This sheet comes with your machine and
should be kept available near the machine for operator reference.
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Pro 385 Quick Reference Sheet
DigiFold Pro 385 Quick Reference Sheet
Half Fold
K1 K2
3
Fold 2
2
1
Fold 1
Deflect
Double
Parallel
Fold
3
Fold 2
2
2
1
Fold 1
Engineering
Fold
3
Fold 2
2
1
Fold 1
Gate
Fold
3
2
Fold 2
1
Fold 1
Closed
Gate
Fold
2
Fold 2
Fold 2
1
Fold 1
Fold 1
Letter Fold
3
2
Fold 2
Crease 1
FRONT
FRONT
3
Crease 2
Crease 3
1
Fold 1
Concertina
Fold
3
2
Fold 2
1
Fold 1
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Custom Crease
Custom crease
Press the marked button to enter
this sub menu.
This page allows the user to
customize the number and the
position of the creases on the
sheets.
2
When opened, this menu will list
the creases of the last folding
option chosen.
Adding/Removing a crease
Select the “+” button to add a new
crease.
Select the “x” button to remove a
crease.
The user can add up to 16 creases
per job.
Adjusting the crease position
The operator can adjust the
position of the creases on the
paper by increasing / decreasing
the values.
NOTE:
Tapping on a value opens a type
box.
Blade selection
Pressing the marked button allows
the user to choose which blade
tool will make the crease on the
paper.
NOTE:
This function is only available in
the Feeder/Creaser configuration
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Fold Configuration
Fold configuration
The operator selects the desired
folding offset and switches folding on
/ off within this sub-menu.
Folding offset
The operator can adjust the folding
offset on the paper by increasing/
decreasing the value at the right side
of the screen.
The value in brackets is the crease
position on the paper, the other value
is the folding offset.
NOTE:
Tapping on a value opens a type box.
Switching the fold on / off
Press the marked button to switch
the fold on / off.
Install Bypass Tray
If the folding option is not in use, the
Bypass Tray needs to be installed
on the machine while the Delivery
Module needs to be lowered.
When switching the fold off, this
screen will remind the user to install
the Bypass Tray and lower the
Delivery Module (see section 1 for
how to install the Bypass Tray).
Press the green checkmark button
after having completed the operation.
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2
Raise the Delivery Module
When switching the fold on, this
screen will remind the user to take
the Bypass Tray off and raise the
Delivery Module.
Press the green checkmark button
after having completed the operation.
2
Roller Gap Adjustment
Roller Gap Adjustment
This sub-menu allows the user to
adjust the distance between the
rollers manually.
This feature should only be used if
the default settings are not working
properly.
See “folding” section in this manual
for more information on roller gaps.
Roller 3
Roller Gap 2
Roller 1
Roller Gap 3
Roller 2
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Roller 0
Roller Gap 1
Save a Job
Save a job
Select the marked button to access
all saved jobs.
See “Creating and Saving Jobs” in
this section for how to use this menu.
Batch Jobs
Batch Jobs
Select the marked button to set up
batch jobs within this sub-menu.
Select batches of 50, 100, 150 sheets.
The operator can also enter a custom
number of sheets by pressing the
“calculator” button.
Select the hourglass button for the
3 second pause mode between
the batches, select the flag for the
manual start mode between the
batches.
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2
Fans and Choke settings
Fans and Choke settings
Select the marked button to enter this
sub-menu.
2
If automatic settings provide
unsatisfactory results, fan settings
may be adjusted manually from
within this sub-menu.
Press the marked arrow to get to the
Choke settings menu.
From this sub-menu the user can
adjust Choke settings manually.
NOTE:
See “troubleshooting“ section for
more information about fan and
choke adjustment.
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Delivery
Delivery
Press the marked button to enter this
sub-menu.
Distance between the single sheet
and delivery roller position are set
automatically depending on the size
of the paper fed.
These values can be adjusted
manually by the user with custom
settings.
A
B
Increase/decrease value A to change
distrance between the sheets
delivered.
Increase/decrease value B to change
the delivery roller positon.
NOTE:
Tapping on a value opens a type box.
Lower Paper Tray
Lower Paper Tray
Pressing this button moves the paper
tray down to allow for loading more
paper.
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2
Running Test Sheets
Run Test Sheets
Selecting the “1” button will run one
test sheet through the system.
2
Action Buttons
Action Buttons
Press the “play” button to start the
job.
Press the “pause” button to hold the
job.
Press the “stop” button to abort the
job.
Creating and Saving Jobs
Creating and Saving Jobs
Select the marked button to access
all saved jobs. The user can create
new jobs, edit, delete, open and
save jobs from within this menu.
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Save changes
Load Job
After having selected the desired job
from the list on the left, the user can:
-load it,
-edit its name,
-erase it.
When a job is loaded, the user can
make changes to it and save them by
pressing the “save changes” button.
The “create new job” button is used
to create a new job from blank.
Edit name
Erase Job
Create New Job
Expert User Options
Expert User Options
Press the marked button to access
expert user options.
See section 3 “expert user options”
for more details on this submenu.
Home
Home
Select this button to get back to the
quick start screen.
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2
Job completed
Job completed
This screen will appear when a job
has been completed without errors.
Press the marked checkmark button
to get back to the Run Screen.
2
Check Paper Size
Check Paper Size
If there is paper on the stack support
when switching the Pro 385 on, the
system will ask the user if the paper
size is that of the last job used.
If the paper size is correct, press the
green checkmark button: the Pro 385
will start the initialisation.
If the paper size is not correct, select
the “x” button and remove the paper
from the stack support.
Press the green checkmark button
to allow the Pro 385 for initialisation
once the paper has been removed.
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Custom settings order
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
When setting a job on the Pro385, always start with entering the format sizes: leght, width
and thickness. Then continue with the adjustment of the crease, fold, roller gaps, fans,
choke and delivery module according to the numbering of the picture above.
If you do not follow this order some of the changes might be discarded.
For example: adjusting the paper thickness value after having modified the fan settings,
will automatically reset the fan values to default.
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Job Preparation
Loading Paper
2
1
2
3
Choose paper size in Graphical User Interface (Quick Start or Manual selection)
Open Feeder Top Cover
Load Paper
NOTE:
Paper Size parameters must be chosen prior to loading paper. After choosing paper size,
the Backstop and Side Lay are shifted automatically to the proper locations.
Crease Pressure
You must set the crease pressure correctly to make a good crease. Some of the problems
you can see when you do not set the pressure correctly are shown in the table below:
Low Crease Pressure
High Crease Pressure
Crease Pressure Not The Same at Both Sides
-The paper can crack when it is folded
-The paper can fold across the crease, so
the document will not be square
-The creaser mechanism can stall
-The blade set can cut the paper
Always make sure that the crease pressure is set correctly. Set the crease pressure prior
to running the machine, when creases are not as desired, and when replacing crease
blade sets.
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Setting Crease Pressure
1
2
Access the Tools menu (see Expert User Options Section in this manual)
Select the two marked arrows to move the blade to the “Top Dead Centre”
2
3
4
Raise the exit guard
5
Rotate the blade adjustment cams until they are just tight, and then back off slightly
before tightening the socket head screws.
6
The diagram below demonstrates the adjustment of the blade pressure
Using a 5mm allen key, unlock the socket head screws positioned at each end of the
creasing blade.
NOTE:
If the crease damages or cuts through the paper, decrease the crease pressure by rotating
the adjustment cams a small distance towards the infeed side of the machine. If the paper
cracks along the spine when it is folded, increase the crease pressure by rotating the
adjustment cams a small distance towards the exit side of the machine.
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3. Expert User Options
Accessing Expert User Options
Expert User Options
Press the marked button to access
expert user options.
Expert User Main Menu
Expert User Menu
From within this sub-menu, the
operator can choose between:
-DSD switch button
-Conversion button
-Service
-Settings in production
-Tools
-Plint
DSD switch button
DSD switch button
Press the marked button to switch
on/off the DSD sensor.
NOTE:
The DSD sensor should be turned off
only when feeding laminated paper.
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Conversion button
Conversion button
Press the marked button to toggle
between inches and millimiters.
3
Service menu
Service Menu
This is only for certified service
technicians. Please contact a
certified service technician if service
is required.
Plint
Plint
This is only for certified service
technicians. Please contact a
certified service technician if service
is required.
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Settings in production
Settings in production
This is only for certified service
technicians. Please contact a
certified service technician if service
is required.
3
Tools menu
Tools menu
Press the marked button to enter this
sub-menu.
This sub-menu allows the user to
move rollers and knives to clear
paper jams.
Press the left and right arrow buttons
to move the rollers in the desired
direction.
Press the “play” button to move the
knives back and forth. Press the
“stop” button to stop the knives.
Press the left and right circular
arrows in the bottom left corner to
move the knives manually either to
the left or to the right.
The user can also use this sub-menu
to set blades to Top Dead Centre
position, by pressing the up arrows
on the bottom of the screen. See the
“Setting Crease Pressure” section in
this manual for further details.
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4. Troubleshooting - General
Misfeeds/Jams
Misfeed/Jam in Feeder Area
1
Open the Feeder Top Plate [A]
A
2
3
4
5
Clear any obstructions in the feed area
If sheet has been misfed and is not damaged, reposition and restart
If sheet is damaged, replace it
Once the area has been cleared, press the green checkmark button on the screen
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Jam between Units or Jam in Creaser/Folder
1
Open the Creaser / Folder Top Cover [A]
A
4
2
3
If the sheet has been misfed and isn’t damaged, reposition and restart
4
Once the area has been cleared, press green checkmark button on the screen
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If the sheet has entered the rollers, use the GUI: press home, then expert, then tools
and use the arrows to move the rollers
Recommended Settings Adjustments
It is always recommended to use default settings, however, if default settings are not
providing satisfactory results, operator adjustments may be required.
The floating portion of the paper stack should be equally distributed, i.e. gaps between
each sheet of paper should be equal. To achieve this, the operator may adjust any of the
following parameters:
-FAN1 Power (Feed Belt Suction Fan): may need to be adjusted to create the proper
amount of suction from behind the feed belts;
-FAN2 Power (Choke vacuum pump): may need to be adjusted to create the proper
amount of suction from under the lid
NOTE:
Do not adjust FAN2 Power over 100%. Doing so will cause a malfunction.
4
-FAN3 Power (Front and Rear Lead Edge Separation Fans): may need to be adjusted to
create proper separation within the lead edge of the paper stack;
-FAN4 Power (Front and Rear Trail Edge Separation Fans): may need to be adjusted to
create proper separation within the trail edge of the paper stack;
-Time: push the “Time” button to the increase the vacuum pump activation time. This
allows the feeder to feed heavier stocks of paper without modifying the Fan 2 value.
When this option is activated, the square next to the stopwatch turns green.
As a rule of thumb, FAN power needs to be increased for thicker sheets / decreased for
thinner sheets.
Fan 1
Fan 2
Fan 3
Fan 4
Time
NOTE:
Tapping on a value opens a type box.
Press the arrow button to get to the following adjustment menu.
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Recommended Settings Adjustments (continued)
The operator can also modify the following settings if default settings are generating
misfeeds or jams too frequently:
-Stop Gate Position: The stop gate may need to be moved up to ensure single sheet
feeding or down to allow for thicker sheets to feed without jamming;
-Hsys: The Hsys parameter is the distance between the vacuum drum and unseparated
paper stack. Generally speaking, a larger Hsys distance will require higher fan power to
achieve desired separation;
4
-Choke Pick-Up and Choke-Feed Angle: Adjust these parameters to achieve optimal
paper pick-up and feed locations. It is desirable to have the papers fed out tangentially
between the stop gate and drum.
Choke Pickup Angle
Choke Feed Angle
NOTE:
Tapping on a value opens a type box.
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Stop Gate Position
Hsys
5. Troubleshooting - Fault Codes
Pro 385 Fault codes
General
When there is a misfeed or fault condition in the Pro 385, a message and fault code will be
displayed on the GUI. Some fault codes may be rectified by the operator, but some fault
codes may only be rectified by a certified service technician.
To address fault codes other than those specified below, remove any paper in the paper
path and power off and on the system. If the fault code persists, contact a certified service
technician.
List of Fault Codes That Can Be Rectified by the Operator
Fault Code
JAM 101
JAM 102
JAM 103
JAM 104
JAM 105
JAM 106
JAM 107
JAM 201
JAM 202
JAM 205
Configuration
Feeder
Feeder
Feeder
Feeder
Feeder
Feeder
Feeder
AutoCreaser
AutoCreaser
AutoCreaser
JAM 206
AutoCreaser
JAM 207
JAM 208
JAM 301
JAM 302
JAM 305
JAM 306
JAM 309
JAM 310
JAM 311
JAM 312
AutoCreaser
AutoCreaser
DigiFold
DigiFold
DigiFold
DigiFold
DigiFold
DigiFold
DigiFold
DigiFold
Description
Feed not initiated
Double sheet
Feeder Exit Jam A
Feeder Exit Jam B
Feeder Exit Jam C
No Paper
Exit sensor not activated
Late to Q20 from Q7
Q20 covered too long
Q21 Blade 1 home sensor not actuated in time during
run
Q22 Blade 2 home sensor not actuated in time during
run
Late to Q25 from Q20
Q25 covered too long
Jam between units B
Jam between units C
Fold 1 Sensor not covered in time
Fold 1 Sensor not uncovered in time
Folder 1 Position Error
Folder 2 Position Error
Folder Position Error
Exit Sensor not covered in time
JAM 313
JAM 314
JAM 315
DigiFold
DigiFold
DigiFold
Exit Sensor not uncovered in time
Edge Sensor not covered in time
Edge Sensor not uncovered in time
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Pro 385 Jam Codes
JAM 101 - Feed not initiated
This code is displayed if the DSD Sensor (Q10) was not activated in time. This means that
the paper cannot be pulled by the vacuum.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Misfeed/Jam in Feeder Area
-Lower stop gate
-Adjust choke feed angle
-Change choke pick up angle
-Check if the paper format is the correct one
-Check paper Backstop
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 102 - Double sheet
5
Double sheet means that the vacuum has pulled two sheets at the same time, causing a
jam in the feed area.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Misfeed/Jam in Feeder Area
-Reduce FAN 1 power
-Adjust choke angles
-Raise up stop gate
-Shake papers to reduce static friction
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
NOTE:
When feeding laminated paper, the DSD sensor should be turned off to avoid getting this
error. See the “Expert user options” section in this manual for how to turn the DSD sensor
off.
JAM 103 - Feeder Exit Jam A
This code is displayed if the DSD Sensor (Q10) was activated for too long: this means that
there is a paper jam between the rollers.
Actions:
-Shake papers to reduce static friction
-See Section 4 - Jam in Feeder Area
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 104 - Feeder Exit Jam B
This code is displayed if the DSD Sensor (Q10) was activated for too long: this means that
there is a paper jam between the rollers.
Actions:
-Shake papers to reduce static friction
-See Section 4 - Jam in Feeder Area
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
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Pro 385 Jam Codes (Continued)
JAM 105 - Feeder Exit Jam C
This code is displayed if the exit sensor (Q7) was activated for too long: this means that
there is a paper jam between the rollers.
Actions:
-Shake papers to reduce static friction
-See Section 4 - Jam in Feeder Area
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 106 - No Paper
No paper checks if sheets are present in the feeder during the feed process. A no paper
condition is generated if sensor Q11 cannot detect any paper.
Actions:
-Add paper and remove the error on the GUI
-Ensure that the Q11 sensor is clean
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
5
JAM 107 - Exit sensor not activated
This message is displayed if the exit sensor (Q7) is not activated during the run. This
means that the paper got stuck in the feeder.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Misfeed/Jam in Feeder Area.
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 201 - Late to Q20 from Q7
Late to Q20 from Q7 A occurs when it takes too much time for a paper to cover the
distance between sensor Q7 and sensor Q20. This means that the paper got stuck
between the rollers.
Actions:
-Check for misfeed sheets / debris under the sensor box (where Q7 is located)
-Lower FAN1 power
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Creaser
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 202 - Q20 covered too long
Q20 covered too long occurs if the Q20 sensor was activated for too long. This means that
paper got stuck between the rollers.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Creaser
-Check that paper guides are not blocking paper
-Check that creaser tools are in open positions (see setting crease pressure)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
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Pro 385 Jam Codes (Continued)
JAM 205 - Q21 Blade 1 home sensor not actuated in time during run
Q21 Blade 1 home sensor not actuated in time during run means that that the Q21 Blade 1
home sensor was not actuated in time during run.
Actions:
-Check creaser 1 position (see setting crease pressure)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 206 - Q22 Blade 2 home sensor not actuated in time during run
Q22 Blade 2 home sensor not actuated in time during run means that that the Q22 Blade 2
home sensor was not actuated in time during run.
Actions:
-Check creaser 2 position (see setting crease pressure)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
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JAM 207 - Late to Q25 from Q20
Late to Q25 from Q20 occurs when it takes too much time for a sheet to cover the distance
between sensor Q25 and sensor Q20. This means that the sheet got stuck between the
rollers.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Creaser
-Check that perforator rollers move freely
-Check that creaser tools are in open position (see setting crease pressure)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 208 - Q25 covered too long
Q25 covered too long occurs when sensor Q25 was covered for too long. This means that
the paper got stuck between the rollers.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Creaser
-Check that perforator rollers move freely
-Check that papers in stacker do not block path of exiting papers
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 301 - Jam between units B
Jam between units B occurs when it takes too long for a paper to cover the distance
between sensor Q7 and sensor Q40. This means that the paper got stuck between the
rollers.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Folder
-Check for misfeed sheets / debris under the sensor box (where Q7 is located)
-Lower FAN1 power
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
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Pro 385 Jam Codes (Continued)
JAM 302 - Jam between units C
Jam between units C occurs when Q40 sensor is activated for too long. This means that
the paper got stuck between the rollers.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Folder
-Check input guides
-Check that creaser tools are in open position (see setting crease pressure)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 305 - Fold 1 Sensor not covered in time
This error occurs when it takes too long for a paper to cover the distance between sensor
Q40 and sensor Q45.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Folder
-Check that creaser tools are in open position (see setting crease pressure)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 306 - Fold 1 Sensor not uncovered in time
This error occurs when the Q45 sensor is not uncovered in time.
Actions:
-See Section 4 - Jam in the Folder
-Check paper path in delivery module
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 309 - Folder 1 position error
This error occurs when the Q41 Blade drive 1 home sensor is not actuated in time during
run.
Actions:
-Remove misfed sheet(s)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 310 - Folder 2 position error
This error occurs when the Q42 Blade drive 2 home sensor is not actuated in time during
run.
Actions:
-Remove misfed sheet(s)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
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Pro 385 Jam Codes (Continued)
JAM 311 - Folder position error
This error occurs when the Q47 folder knife drive home sensor not actuated in time during
run.
Actions:
-Remove any misfed sheet(s)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in the paper path
JAM 312 - Exit sensor not covered in time
This error occurs when the Q52 sensor is not actuated in time during run.
Actions:
-Remove any misfed sheet(s)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in paper path
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JAM 313 - Exit sensor not uncovered in time
This error occurs when the Q52 sensor is not uncovered in time during run.
Actions:
-Remove any misfed sheet(s)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in paper path
JAM 314 - Edge Sensor not covered in time
This error occurs when the Q45 sensor is not covered in time during run.
Actions:
-Remove any misfed sheet(s)
-Check that creaser tools are in open position (see setting crease pressure)
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in paper path
JAM 315 - Edge Sensor not uncovered in time
This error occurs when the Q45 sensor is not uncovered in time during run.
Actions:
-Remove any misfed sheet(s)
-Check that papers in stacker do not block exiting papers
-Ensure that there are no obstructions in paper path
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Pro 385 Error Codes
General Error Code description: “mechanical error”
This error appears when there is
a mechanical error in one of the
modules of the Pro 385.
Press the checkmark button to clear
this error.
If pressing the button does not clear
the error, contact a certified service
technician.
General Error Code description: “misfeed”
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This error appears when a sheet
has been misfed. The line indicates
in which module the misfeed has
occurred.
Remove the misfed sheet(s) and press
the checkmark button to clear this
error.
Press the arrow button to move the
stack support down.
General Error Code description: “too long”
This error appears when it takes too
long for a sheet to cover the distance
between two sensors. The line
indicates in which module the error
has occurred.
Remove the sheet and press the
checkmark button to clear this error.
Press the arrow button to move the
stack support down.
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Pro 385 Error Codes (Continued)
Empty paper stack
This error appears when the paper
stack is empty.
Load the machine with more paper
and press the ckeckmark button to
clear this error.
Press the arrow button to move the
stack support down.
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Close top cover
Close the feeder’s top cover to clear
this error.
Press the arrow button to move the
stack support down.
Close feeder’s top cover / raise the delivery module
Close the folder’s top cover / raise the
delivery module to the correct position
to clear this error.
Press the arrow button to move the
stack support down.
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Pro 385 Error Codes (Continued)
Remove stack of paper
Remove paper from the stack support.
After having removed the paper, the
green checkmark button will appear,
press it to clear this error.
Interrupted initialisation
If initialisation is interrupted (e.g. a
cover is opened), the “interrupted
initialisation” screen will appear.
Press the green checkmark button
to clear this error and continue the
initialisation.
DSD error
This error message appears if a
double sheet feed is detected.
Remove the misfed sheets and press
the checkmark button to clear this
error.
Press the arrow button to move the
stack support down.
NOTE:
When feeding laminated paper, the
DSD sensor should be turned off to
avoid getting this error.
See the “Expert user options” section
in this manual for how to turn the DSD
sensor off.
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6. Remarks
Do’s And Don’ts
•
Always follow all warnings marked on, or supplied with, the equipment.
•
Always exercise care in moving or relocating the equipment.
Caution
Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet and machine before you move or relocate the
equipment.
•
Do not remove the covers or guards that are fastened with screws.
•
Do not override or bypass electrical or mechanical interlock devices.
•
Do not operate the equipment if you notice unusual noises or odours. Disconnect the
power cord from the power source and call a certified service technician to correct the
problem.
Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio
interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
NOTE:
The domestic environment is an environment where the use of broadcast radio and
television receivers may be expected within a distance of 10 m of the apparatus
concerned.
•
Do not switch off the power while the machine is running. Make sure the machine cycle
has ended.
•
Do not open covers while the machine is running.
•
Do not move machine while the machine is running.
•
Do not make arbitrary changes to the machine.
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Where to Put Your Machine
Machine Environment
•
Always locate the equipment on a solid support surface with adequate strength for the weight of the machine
• Always keep magnets and all devices with strong magnetic fields away from the machine
•
If the place of installation is air-conditioned or heated, do not place the machine where it will be:
-Directly exposed to cool air from an air-conditioner
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-Subjected to sudden temperature changes
-Directly exposed to heat from a heater
Power Connection
•
Always connect the equipment to a properly grounded power source. If in doubt, have the power source checked by a qualified electrician
Warning
Improper grounding of the equipment can result in electrical shock
• Never connect the machine to a power source that lacks a ground connection terminal. A missing ground will cause damage to electronics and cause machine malfunctions
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Access to Machine
Place the machine near the power source, providing clearance as shown.
AutoCreaser Pro 385
700 mm
27.6”
Service Access
Operator Access
1000 mm
39.4”
1000 mm
39.4”
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1400 mm
55.1”
DigiFold Pro 385
1000 mm
39.4”
Operator Access
1000 mm
39.4”
700 mm
27.6”
Service Access
1500 mm
59”
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Maintaining Your Machines
Never attempt any maintenance function that is not specifically described in this documentation.
Pro 385 Maintenance
Recommended Weekly Operator Maintenance
• Clean in feed rollers and output drive hubs using the supplied cleaning kit
• Remove and clean the blade assembly
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• Clean All Sensors
-The lead edge sensor housing is located on the layedge side of the machine between the input roller shafts. With a slim brush the sensors can be cleaned when required. Pass the brush under the ball holder and push through until it passes the infeed rollers. Alternatively, it can be blown with compressed air.
-Clip 1 sensor is situated on the lower guides beneath the delivery conveyor and can be cleaned when required using a slim brush.
-Clip 2 sensor is situated on the upper guides inside the top cover and can be cleaned
when required using a slim brush.
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-Q20 sensor (on the Creaser) / Q40 sensor (on the Folder) is situated beneath the input roller, on the infeed side of the module. Open the top cover of the Creaser/
Feeder and clean the sensor using the supplied brush. Bend the brush so that is takes the shape of an “L” and insert it into the machine as shown. Move the brush back and forth a couple of times.
Limitations of the Pro 385
•
­ he monthly sheet volume average for the AutoCreaser Pro385 is 450k, the monthly sheet
T
volume average for the DigiFold Pro385 is 320k.
•
If sheets entering the Pro 385 are not uniform and square, the output quality will vary accordingly.
•
The SDR (Shut Down Rate) for the Pro 385 is 1/1000 feeds.
•
The maximum speed is 10000 sheets/hour for the Feeder, 8500 sheets/hours for the AutoCreaser, 6000 sheets/hour for the DigiFold.
Capacities
0.10 x 80gsm 0.15 x 120gsm
140 x 210 5000sht/
3250 / 500
(Min)
500mm
148 x 210 5000 / 500
3250 / 500
(A5)
148 x 315 5000 / 500
3250 / 500
210 x 297 5000 / 500
3250 / 500
(A4)
148 x 630 5000 / 500
3250 / 500
210 x 445 5000 / 500
3250 / 500
297 x 420 5000 / 500
3250 / 500
(A3)
297 x 630 5000 / 500
3250 / 500
385 x 700 3500 / 350
2250 / 335
(Max)
0.20 x 160gsm 0.25 x 250gsm 0.40 x 350gsm
2500 / 500
2000 / 500
1250 / 500
2500 / 500
2000 / 500
1250 / 500
2500 / 500
2500 / 500
2000 / 500
2000 / 500
1250 / 500
1250 / 500
2500 / 500
2500 / 500
2500 / 500
2000 / 500
2000 / 500
2000 / 500
1250 / 500
1250 / 500
1250 / 500
2500 / 500
1750 / 350
1650 / 400
1150 / 285
1200 / 480
750 / 300
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7. Specifications
Machine Specifications - Feeder Pro385
Specifications
Downstream Device Compatibility
Creaser Pro385 / Folder Pro385
Power Source
100-240 V / 50-60 Hz
Operating temperature
10-30°C
Humidity
30-80% RH
Sound emissions
80 dB
Remarks
+6% / -10%,
Morgana use open source code in parts of this product
Machine Specifications - Creaser Pro385
Specifications
Upstream Device Compatibility
Feeder Pro385
Power Source
100-240 V / 50-60 Hz
Power Consumption
(Feeder and Creaser)
Plug in 0 W
Sleep Mode 55W
Standby lid open 90W
Standyby lid closed 180W
Power consumption Max 1100W
Heat emissions
(Feeder and Creaser)
Standby 190 BTU/h
Max 3800 BTU/h
Operating temperature
10-30°C
Humidity
30-80% RH
Sound emissions
80 dB
Remarks
+6% / -10%,
Machine Specifications - Folder Pro385
Specifications
Upstream Device Compatibility
Feeder Pro385
Power Source
100-240 V / 50-60 Hz
Power Consumption
(Feeder and Folder)
Plug in 0 W
Sleep Mode 70W
Standby lid open 100W
Standyby lid closed 190W
Power consumption Max 1200W
Heat emissions
(Feeder and Folder)
Standby 240 BTU/h
Max 4100 BTU/h
Operating temperature
10-30°C
Humidity
30-80% RH
Sound emissions
80 dB
Remarks
+6% / -10%,
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Product
Length
Width
Height
Weight
Feeder Module
1088 mm/
42,8 in
693 mm/
27,3 in
1073 mm/
42,2 in
175 kg/386 lb
Creasing Module
328 mm/12,9 in
652 mm/25,7 in
1165 mm/45,9 in
80 kg/176 lb
Folder Module
379 mm/14,9 in
652 mm/25,7 in
1265 mm/49,8 in
140 kg/309 lb
Stacker Tray Folder
494 mm/19,4 in
470 mm/18,5 in
204 mm/8 in
9 kg/20 lb
Stacker Tray Creaser 754 mm/28,7 in
512 mm/20,2 in
356 mm/14 in
15,5 kg/34,2 lb
AutoCreaser Pro385
2087 mm/82,2 in
693 mm/27,3 in
1165 mm/45,9 in
271 kg/597,5 lb
DigiFold Pro385
2247 mm/88,5 in
693 mm/27,3 in
1268 mm/49,9 in
324kg/714,3 lb
Electrical- / Communication- interface
Internal CAN communication
External Communication:
USB A-Type
Ethernet RJ45
Mechanical Interface / Unit-Docking
Paper input height: 1000 mm ± 10 mm
Input sheet velocity
Feeder – 10000 sheets/hour
Stop Creaser – 8500 sheets/hour
Dynamic Creaser/Folder 6000 sheets/hour
Agency approvals
UL/EMC
Paper Handling - Feeder Pro385
Max Stack
450 mm
Max paper Size W x L
385 x 700 mm
Min paper Size W X L
140 x 210
Max paper Thickness
0.4 mm
Min paper Thickness
0.11 mm
Paper Handling - Creaser Pro385
Minimum Crease to Crease distance
1 mm
Creasing Resolution
0.1 mm
Paper Handling - Folder Pro385
Minimum Crease to Crease distance
70 mm
Creasing Resolution
0.1 mm
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Quality
Conditions:
•
Paper size is assumed to be perfect
•
Sheets are assumed to be perfectly 90°
•
Tolerances are referring to deviations within one job
A4
A3
Crease Position Variation
± 0,20 mm
± 0,20 mm
Crease skew
± 0,25 mm
± 0,40mm
Fold Position Variation
± 0,25 mm
± 0,25 mm
Fold Skew
± 0,25 mm
± 0,25mm
Quality definitions
Measurements refer to the Crease Position
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Fold position variation
Measurement (L1+L2) / 2 from Sheet to Sheet
Crease skew
Measurement L1 - L2
Fold position
Fold position relative to the Crease Position.
Fold skew
Measurement L1 - L2
Side registration
Offset between one sheet & the next, perpendicular to the transport direction.
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EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY [1]
No.[2] ..................... N0004413 (A.2)
Manufacturer [3] ... Morgana Systems Ltd, Davy Avenue, Milton Keynes MK5 8HJ, United Kingdom
This Declaration of Conformity is issued under the sole responsibility of the manufacturer
[4]
Object of the Declaration [5]
Type/Model [6]
Name [7]
Description [8]
F128-001
Morgana Feeder Pro385
Sheet Feeder Module
F129-001
Morgana Creaser Pro385
Creaser Module
F130-001
Morgana Folder Pro385
Folder Module
The object of the declaration is in conformity with the relevant Union harmonization legislation:
[9]
Directive [10]
2004/108/EC (EMC)
Standard [11]
EN 55022:2010 (Class A), EN 55024:2010
EN 61000-3-2:2014, EN 61000-3-3:2013
EN 62311:2008
2011/65/EU (RoHS)
EN 50581:2012
EN 62321:2009
2014/35/EU (LVD)
EN 60950-1:2006 + A1:2010 + A2:2013 + A11:2009 + A12:2011
Additional information [12] International certification: UL 60950-1, 2nd Edition, 2014-10-14, CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-07, 2nd Edition, 2014-10,
IEC 60950-1:2005 (2nd Edition); Am 1:2009, FCC Part 15 (2012) Subpart B, Class A, ICES-003 Issue 5, Class A
Signed for and on behalf of [13]
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Hägersten, 2016-08-11 15:31
Bengt Olenfalk
Group Quality Manager
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objektas atitinka susijusius derinamuosius Sąjungos teisės aktus; 10) Direktyva; 11) Standartinė; 12) Papildoma informacija; 13) Pasirašyta ir vardu
MALTESE; 1) Dikjarazzjoni ta’ konformità tal-UE; 2) Numru; 3) Manifattur; 4) Din id-dikjarazzjoni ta’ konformità tinħareg taħt ir-responsabbiltà unika tal-manifattur; 5) Għan tad-dikjarazzjoni; 6) Mudell/Tip; 7) Deżinjazzjoni; 8)
Deskrizzjoni; 9) L-għan tad-dikjarazzjoni deskritt hawn fuq huwa konformi mal-leġislazzjoni ta’ armonizzazzjoni rilevanti tal-Unjoni; 10) Direttiva; 11) Standard; 12) informazzjoni addizzjonali; 13) Iffirmat għal u f'isem il
NEDERLANDS; 1) EU-Conformiteitsverklaring; 2) Nummer; 3) Fabrikant; 4) Deze conformiteitsverklaring wordt verstrekt onder volledige verantwoordelijkheid van de fabrikant; 5) Voorwerp van de verklaring; 6) Model/Type; 7)
Benaming; 8) Beschrijving; 9) Het hierboven beschreven voorwerp is in overeenstemming met de desbetreffende harmonisatiewetgeving van de Unie; 10) Richtlijn; 11) Standaard; 12) Aanvullende informatie; 13) Ondertekend voor en
namens
NORSK; 1) EU-Erklæring; 2) Nummer; 3) Produsent; 4) Denne samsvarserklæringen er utstedt under ansvar av produsenten; 5) Formålet med erklæringen; 6) Type; 7) Betegnelse; 8) Beskrivelse; 9) Formålet med erklæringen som er
beskrevet ovenfor er i samsvar med relevante Union harmoniseringslovgivning; 10) Direktiv; 11) Standard; 12) Ytterligere informasjon; 13) Signert for og vegne av
POLSKI; 1) Deklaracja zgodności UE; 2) Numer; 3) Producent; 4) Niniejsza deklaracja zgodności wydana zostaje na wyłączną odpowiedzialność producenta; 5) Przedmiot deklaracji; 6) Model/Typ; 7) Oznaczenie; 8) Opis; 9)
Wymieniony powyżej przedmiot niniejszej deklaracji jest zgodny z odnośnymi wymaganiami unijnego prawodawstwa harmonizacyjnego; 10) Dyrektywa; 11) Standard; 12) Dodatkowe informacje; 13) Podpisano imieniu
PORTUGUÊS; 1) Declaração UE de conformidade; 2) Número; 3) Fabricante; 4) A presente declaração de conformidade é emitida sob a exclusiva responsabilidade do fabricante; 5) Objecto da declaração; 6) Modelo/Tipo; 7) A
denominação; 8) Descrição; 9) O objeto da declaração acima descrito está em conformidade com a legislação de harmonização da União aplicável; 10) Directiva; 11) Padrão; 12) Informações adicionais; 13) Assinado por e nome
ROMÂNĂ; 1) Declarația UE de conformitate; 2) Număr; 3) Producător; 4) Prezenta declarație de conformitate este emisă pe răspunderea exclusivă a producătorului; 5) Obiectul declarației; 6) Model/Tip; 7) Desemnare; 8) Descriere; 9)
Obiectul declarației descris mai sus este în conformitate cu legislația relevantă de armonizare a Uniunii; 10) Directivă; 11) Standard; 12) Informatii aditionale; 13) Semnat pentru și în numele
SLOVENSKÝ; 1) EÚ Vyhlásenie o zhode; 2) Číslo; 3) Výrobca; 4) Toto vyhlásenie o zhode sa vydáva na výhradnú zodpovednosť výrobcu; 5) Predmet vyhlásenia; 6) Model/Typ; 7) Označenie; 8) Popis; 9) Uvedený predmet vyhlásenia
je v zhode s príslušnými harmonizačnými právnymi predpismi Únie; 10) Smernice; 11) Štandardné; 12) Doplňujúce informácie; 13) Podpísané za av mene na
SLOVENŠČINA; 1) Izjava EU o skladnosti; 2) Število; 3) Proizvajalec; 4) Ta izjava o skladnosti je izdana na lastno odgovornost proizvajalca; 5) Predmet izjave; 6) Model/Type; 7) Oznaka; 8) Opis; 9) Predmet navedene izjave je v
skladu z ustrezno zakonodajo Unije o harmonizaciji; 10) Direktiva; 11) Standardna; 12) Dodatne informacije; 13) Podpisano za in v imenu
ESPAÑOL; 1) Declaración UE de conformidad; 2) Número; 3) Fabricante; 4) La presente declaración de conformidad se expide bajo la exclusiva responsabilidad del fabricante; 5) Objeto de la declaración; 6) Tipo de modelo; 7)
Designación; 8) Descripción; 9) El objeto de la declaración descrita anteriormente es conforme con la legislación de armonización pertinente de la Unión; 10) Directiva; 11) Estándar; 12) Información Adicional; 13) Firmado por y
nombre
SVENSKA; 1) EU-Försäkran om överensstämmelse; 2) Nummer; 3) Tillverkare; 4) Denna försäkran om överensstämmelse utfärdas på tillverkarens eget ansvar; 5) Föremålet för försäkran; 6) Modell/Typ; 7) Beteckning; 8) Beskrivning;
9) Föremålet för försäkran ovan överensstämmer med den relevanta harmoniserade unionslagstiftningen; 10) Direktiv; 11) Standard; 12) Extra information; 13) Undertecknat för och på uppdrag av
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