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SF2 Bookletmaker

Instruction and Parts Manual

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CONTENTS

Introduction........................................................ 3

Specifications ..................................................... 3

Safety ................................................................. 4

Assembly Drawing ............................................ 5

Installation .......................................................... 6

Preventive Maintenance ..................................... 6

Control Panel ..................................................... 7

Fuses .................................................................. 7

Operation & Setup ............................................ 8

Side Stitching..................................................... 9

Corner Stitching................................................. 10

Adjustments ....................................................... 11

Clutch Shear Pin Replacement ......................... 13

Trouble Shooting ............................................... 14

Exploded Drawings & Parts Lists ................... 16

Electrical Schematic........................................... 32

Back Jog ......................................................... 33

Side/Corner Stitch Gate (Optional) .................. 34

Activated Clinch (Optional) .............................. 35

INTRODUCTION

Simple Operation: Just load your booklet and it is automatically jogged, stitched, folded, and discharged onto an accumulating output conveyor. Side stitching, corner stitching, and folding projects, with or without stitching, are easily accomplished.

Advanced Technology:

Stitch'n Fold

uses ISP's patented magnetic stitching head technology, providing the reliability and economy of wire stitching. Dual sets of folding rollers assure consistent, professional results. For safety, interlocked access guards prevent machine operation when open.

Improved Productivity: With

Stitch'n Fold

, you can jog, stitch, and fold more than 65,000 booklets at a maximum speed of 2,300 finished booklets per hour - without stopping to reload staples.

or adjustments.

Stitch 'n Fold's

variable work thickness capacity handles from 2 sheets to a one hundred page booklet with no setup changes

Lower Operating Costs: The

Stitch'n Fold

replaces expensive preformed staples with inexpensive bookbinding wire; you save on material costs and nonproductive downtime.

SPECIFICATIONS - MODEL: B

3

000

Unit Weight:

Speed:

Capacity:

Re-load:

Paper Size:

Booklets:

Stitch Space:

Counter:

Folder:

Squaring:

Output:

Footprint:

Dimensions:

Modes:

Electrical:

250 Pounds

Up to 2,300 booklets per hour

2 to 25 sheets of 20# bond (.100" thick before folding) (100 page book)

65,000 booklets per spool of wire

Min. 4.75" x 8.25" Max. 12.75" x 18.5" (also: A5 to A3)

4.25" x 5.5", 5.5" x 8.5", 8.5" x 11", 4.75" x 4.75 "CD", & metric sizes

(All booklets with or without trim stock on one or three sides)

5.5" on 8.5" or 11" tall books 2.75" on 5.5" tall books

Resettable 6-digit electronic counter

Knife folder with dual folding rollers

Side jog plus full length tape feed

Continuous conveyor

16.25" x 22.5"

Height 25" Width 21" Depth 52"

Stitch and Fold, Stitch, Fold, Corner Stitch, Side Stitch

Standard outlet - 115 Volts, 60 Hz, 10 Amps (1/4 HP)

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SAFETY

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND PROCEDURES

1. Make sure electrical power is turned off before performing any adjustment or maintenance.

2. Keep hands, hair, tools, and clothing clear of stitching area.

4. A well maintained machine is a safer machine. Clean and lubricate the machine at regular intervals. Check machine daily for broken or worn parts. Replace as necessary.

DO NOT attempt to operate the machine if a part is broken.

3. Become familiar with the moving components of your machine. Keep fingers away from areas that could pinch or cut.

5. See "SAFETY GUARDS" below! If you are unsure how to safely operate your Bookletmaker, contact your Service Representative.

DANGER

KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF STITCHING AREA AND ANY MOVING P ARTS!

NEVER OPERATE MACHINE WITHOUT ALL GUARDS IN PLACE!

SAFETY GUARDS

A. Front Guard: Blocks access to the stitching heads and their point of operation. An electrical interlock keeps the machine turned off unless this hinged guard is closed. Do not stick your fingers under the front guard!

E. Front Cover: Blocks access to dangerous electric voltage and mechanisms that can pinch or cut. Be sure to disconnect electrical power before removing this cover.

B. Top Guard: Blocks access to mechanism that drives the stitching heads. An electrical interlock keeps the machine turned off unless this guard is closed. Do not stick your fingers under the top guard!

F. Rear Cover: Blocks access to low voltage connections and mechanisms that can pinch or cut.

Do not stick your fingers beyond this cover!

G. Roller Guard: Blocks access to a pinch points.

Do not stick your fingers beyond this cover!

C. Right Side Cover: Blocks access to mechanisms that can pinch or cut.

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D. Left Side Cover: Blocks access to dangerous electric voltage and mechanisms that can pinch or cut. Be sure to disconnect electrical power before removing this cover.

ASSEMBLY DRAWING

C. Right Side Cover

A. Front Guard

B. Top Guard

Delivery Table

Ski

Main Table

Right Side Guide

Jog Fingers

Main Table Belt

F. Rear Cover

Secondary Table

G. Roller Guard

D. Left Side Cover

Left Side Guide

Hand Crank

(RBM1000A Scene 1)

E. Front Cover

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INSTALLATION

BEFORE UNCRATING:

Examine the crate for visible damage. If the crate is damaged, the machine might be damaged. Notify the carrier who delivered the machine.

UNCRATING THE MACHINE:

LOADING & THREADING WIRE:

Use only approved stitching wire, part number 415-

0225. Open the top guard to reach the wire spool studs. Remove the first retaining pin on each stud.

While holding back the white brake pad, mount the coil of stitching wire so the wire comes off upward from the backside, and replace the pin.

Carefully remove the machine from its container. Lift the machine by grasping its strong framework. Tugging on cables, covers, or other delicate components could cause damage.

Examine the machine for damages incurred during shipping. Do not install a damaged machine. Notify the carrier immediately, and be sure to get a signed copy of the Carrier Inspector's Report of the damage incurred. Your service representative will assist you in determining the cost of repairs.

Thread the wire upward through the large opening in the spring lever assembly, over the curved section of the lever, and through the slot in the lever. Continue to thread the wire over the large roller on top of the stitcher head, through the straightening rollers, into the check pawl, and down past the gripper. (For easier threading, temporarily turn straightening roller to "OFF" position.) Guide the wire about 1/8" into the hole in the top of the cutter.

ELECTRICAL POWER:

The power cord can be plugged into any 115V, 60

Hz, 1 Phase, 15 Amp circuit. The machine draws less than 10 amps.

When both heads are threaded, the machine is ready to operate. However, it will take two cycles before proper stitches are produced. See instructions in the stitching head owners manual for detailed instruction on threading wire.

LUBRICATION:

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

CLEANING:

Disconnect electrical power. Next, remove the front cover and both side covers.

Use alcohol to clean the belts.

Use SAE-20 oil to lubricate porous bronze bearings, plastic bearings, chains, and shafts.

Use a 50-50 mixture of alcohol and water to clean the folding rollers.

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Use 10 weight, SAE-10 oil , to lubricate the stitching heads every time a new coil of stitching wire is loaded. Clean and lubricate the magnetic rotator.

Lubricate the driver bar and the bender bar latch.

See stitching head owners manual for detailed lubrication instructions.

MAIN CONTROL PANEL

ON POWER

OFF ON STITCH OFF

COUNTS

A B C

A. Pilot Light: Glows to indicate that electrical power is turned on.

B. Power On: Black rocker switch turns on power.

Pilot glows, motor runs, and belts move.

C. Power Off: Red rocker switch turns off power.

Note: Opening the front or top guards shuts off the machine. It must be restarted as above.

D E

D. Counter: Digital counter records the number of sets that pass through the machine. A manual reset button returns the counter to zero after each job. The reset button can be locked to prevent accidental reset.

E. Stitch On/Off: Selector switch chooses mode of operation: "On" for stitching jobs or "Off" for folding without stitching.

CAUTION:

For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse.

MAIN DC

10A 250V .75A 250V

FUSE PANEL

Lift open the front guard. The fuse panel is located on the left side wall. Use a small screw driver to open each fuse holder.

A. Main Fuse: Fuse protects entire machine. If this fuse fails, power cannot be turned on. Replace with 10 amp ceramic time-delay fuse, ISP

#RBM1239F.

B. DC Fuse: Fuse protects transformer. If this fuse fails, none of the 24VDC components will operate. Replace with proper .75 amp fuse, ISP

#RBM1267F.

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OPERATION & SETUP

BOOKLETMAKING

STITCHING HEADS:

Make sure the stitching heads are mounted in the proper positions to match the paper size. For 5.5" x 8.5" (also A5) paper, the heads must be mounted in the two positions closest to the belt on the main table. One head is mounted just to the left of the belt, and the other head is mounted just to the right of the belt. These head locations will provide a stitch spacing of 2.75". For 8.5" x 11" or 11" x 17" (also:

A4 or A3) paper, each head is mounted in the second position to the left and the right of the center belt. These head locations provide 5.50" stitch spacing.

To move a stitching head to a new position, first lift open the top guard. Loosen and remove the knob/ bolt from the back of the head. Pull the head forward until it comes off of the locating pin, and slide it over to the desired location. Slip the head onto the new locating pin, and be sure that the driving lug on the upper backside of the head engages the slot in the head driving bar. Replace the knob/bolt (and its washers and lockwasher), and tighten it securely.

PAPER WIDTH:

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Adjust the side guides for paper width. For instance, if 8.5" x 11" paper is being used to make a

5.5" x 8.5" booklet, the side guides must be set for the 8.5" width. First, lift open the front guard.

Loosen the thumb screw on each side guide, and slide each guide sideways until its outer edge is aligned with the 8.50" mark on the setup scale. This adjustment is critical for accurate stitch placement, so fine tune as follows. Place two sheets of paper between the side guides and slide them under the ski until they stop against the first gate. Hold the right side guide with your fingers on each side of the thumb screw and pull it to the left until it stops at the fully jogged position. In this position, the paper must fit perfectly between the side guides. If there is a gap or the paper buckles, loosen the thumb screw on the righthand side guide and move it in the correct direction.

Recheck your side guide position until proper setting is obtained.

PAPER LENGTH:

Adjust the gates for paper length. For instance, for

8.5" x 11" paper, the gates must be set for the 11" length. Place two sheets of paper between the side guides and slide them under the ski until they stop against the first gate. While holding the paper against the gate, turn the hand crank under the left hand side of the table until the paper is aligned with the 11" mark on the scale. (Clockwise rotation moves the paper out.) This single adjustment takes care of the stitching gate, the folding gate, and the optional back jog.

For machines equipped with the optional back jog, fine tune the hand crank adjustment as follows. Place your finger about one inch down from the top of one of the jog fingers and raise it to the point that it hits the stop. Use your other hand on the hand crank to get the two sheets firmly against the back jog finger without buckling the paper. In other words, two sheets should fit perfectly between the first gate and the raised jog fingers

Adjust the booklet tray at the end of the delivery table to match the booklet size. Loosen the knob under the tray, and slide the tray to the proper position. Finally, adjust the position of the delivery table wheels. There are four sets of slots in the frame for positioning the shaft and wheels; choose a position that suits the booklet size. Just lift the shaft and wheels and set the ends of the shaft into the appropriate pair of slots.

OPERATION:

Turn on power and select "STITCH ON". Square up a set of paper sheets by hand, and lay the front edge on the table between the side guides. Push until the front edge is under the ski, and then let go.

The set will be automatically stitched, folded, and ejected onto the output conveyor.

SIDE STITCHING

FOLDING ONLY

Adjust the machine for paper size according to the instructions for bookletmaking. However, the stitching heads may be left in any mounting positions. On the control panel, select "STITCH OFF".

Side stitching can be done with 5.5" x 8.5" or 8.5" x 11" (also: A4 or A5) paper. In either case, mount the heads for 5.50" stitch spacing.

Lower the folding gate by pressing the toggle switch located on the secondary table. The side stitched sets will drop off the end of the secondary table unfolded. The booklet stacker assembly can be relocated to catch the finished sets.

Adjust the side guides for paper length. For instance, if 8.5" x 11" paper is being side stitched, the side guides must be set for the 11" length. Align the outer edge of each side guide with the 11" mark on the table scale.

With Optional Side/Corner Stitch Gate:

Use thumb screw to mount gate assembly on the middle of the stitcher head mounting bar. Connect cord from gate to socket on left inside wall. Place two sheets between the side guides, and slide them under the ski until they stop against the side stitch gate. Use the hand crank to adjust the position of the back jog until the paper just fits between the gate and the raised jog fingers. If the standard fold gate returns early and causes a jam or double stitch, turn the gate timer clockwise enough to prevent the problem.

Without Optional Side/Corner Stitch Gate:

Adjust the stitching gate for paper width. For instance, for 8.5" x 11" paper, the gate must be set for the 8.5" width. First, lift open the front guard. Place two sheets between the side guides, and slide them under the ski until they stop against the gate. Turn the knob until the trailing edge of the paper is just in front of the clinchers.

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CORNER STITCHING

paper just fits between the gate and the raised jog fingers. If the standard fold gate returns early and causes a jam or double stitch, turn the gate timer clockwise enough to prevent the problem.

Lower the folding gate by pressing the toggle switch located on the secondary table. The side stitched sets will drop off the end of the secondary table unfolded. The booklet stacker assembly, item 6 on page 29, can be relocated to catch the finished sets.

With Optional Side/Corner Stitch Gate:

Corner stitching can be done with 5.5" x 8.5" or 8.5" x 11" (also: A4 or A5) paper. In all cases, mount one head in the far right position. (Be sure there is a clincher, item #8 on page 20, in the far right position. If necessary, relocate the far left clincher to the far right position.) The other head may be removed or left in another position without wire. Use thumb screw to mount gate assembly on the middle of the stitcher head mounting bar. See page 33 for picture of gate assembly. Connect cord from gate to socket on left inside wall.

Adjust the left side guide for paper length. For instance, if 8.5" x 11" paper is being corner stitched, the side guide must be set for the 12" length. Align the outer edge of the left side guide with the table scale as follows:

11" paper

8.5" paper

A4 paper

12" mark

7" mark

13.4" mark

6.5" mark A5 paper

An accessory guide must be mounted on the right hand side for corner stitching. Using thumb screws and wing nuts, attach the corner stitch guide (9" long sheet metal part) to the two holes in the right side guide. See items 1, 2, and 3 on page 35.

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Place two sheets between the side guides, and slide them under the ski until they stop against the corner stitch gate. Pull the right side guide left to the jogged position. If there is a gap or the paper buckles, loosen the thumb screw on the right-hand side guide and move it in the correct direction. Use the hand crank to adjust the position of the back jog until the

Without Optional Side/Corner Stitch Gate:

Corner stitching can be done with 5.5" x 8.5" or 8.5" x 11" (also: A4 or A5) paper. In all cases, mount one head in the far left position. The other head may be removed or left in any position without wire.

Two accessory guides must be mounted on the left hand side for corner stitching. See page 35 for picture of accessories. First, adjust the standard left side guide as far as possible to the left. Using thumb screws and wing nuts, attach the corner stitch guide

(9" long sheet metal part) to the two holes in the left side guide.

Next, lift open the top guard. Using two thumb screws, attach the corner stitch bar (11" long bar) to two holes in the table on the far left. The angle on the bar should face the front and middle of the machine. Adjust the left side guide until the corner stitch guide is aligned with the corner stitch bar.

Adjust the right side guide for paper length. For instance, if 8.5" x 11" paper is being corner stitched, the side guide must be set for the 11" length. Align the outer edge of the right side guide with the table scale as follows:

11" paper

8.5" paper

A4 paper

11" mark

6" mark

12.38" mark

6.54" mark A5 paper

Adjust the stitching gate for paper width. For instance, for 8.5" x 11" paper, the gate must be set for the 8.5" width. First, lift open the front guard. Place a sheet on the table between the side guides, and slide it under the ski until it stops against the gate.

Turn the knob until the trailing edge of the paper is just in front of the clinchers.

GATE TIMER

ADJUSTMENTS

BOOKLET SQUARENESS

The adjusting knob for the gate timer is located on the back of the machine's left side cover. It controls the amount of time that the stop gate is held down each cycle after the stitches have been driven into the booklet. Longer booklets need more time to get past the gate, and the next cycle cannot start until the gate has returned.

Check the finished booklet. If the stitches are properly located on the fold, but the fold is off center, adjust the gates by turning the hand crank until sets will fold precisely in half.

Off Center Fold

GATE TIMER

PAPER SIZE:

8.5 x 11

5.5 x 8.5

A4, A5

11 x 17

A3

Proper Fold

Important:

Adjust the lock nuts as described below only as a last resort. First, carefully adjust the side guides and hand crank per page 8.

If the stitches are off the fold (see below), open the booklet flat and measure to see if the stitches are centered on the length of the paper. Turn the knob until stitches are placed precisely on the center of the paper. Next, remove the rear cover and locate the two lock nuts below the back end of the secondary table. Turn both nuts equally in small increments until booklets will fold precisely on the stitches.

For 11" x 17" paper, set the knob as shown. The knob can be left in this position for any other paper size with feed rates up to 2,300 booklets per hour.

For faster feed rates with smaller paper, turn the knob to the 8.5x11 position.

The stitch gate must be down long enough for booklet to pass over. If the gate comes up too soon, the gate limit swich could get tripped causing a double stitch. Turn the knob slightly clockwise.

If the stitch gate stays down longer than necessary and the feed rate is high, booklets will will pass through the stitching station without getting stitched.

Turn the knob slightly counter clockwise.

Once the adjustment is fine tuned, the knob can be calibrated by loosening its set screw and aligning the mark on the knob with the appropriate paper size.

Finally, if the fold is not quite square (see below), the lock nuts can be adjusted individually.

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STITCHING CLUTCH

The stitching heads are controled by a single revolution wrap spring clutch. This clutch must be adjusted to stop the stitching heads in the proper position.

First disconnect electrical power. Then remove the front cover and the right side cover. The clutch is located inside the cabinet on the shaft toward the left side, and it is bronze, black, brown, and pewter in color.

Stop Collar Adjusting Collar the clutch and turn the wheel until one of the set screws is facing forward. Carefully hold the adjusting collar so that the stop collar pin is centered in the opening in the adjusting collar. Tighten the set screw securely. Turn the wheel and trip the clutch, if necessary, until the second set screw can be tightened.

Actuator

Set Screws

(far side)

(RBM1916F Scene 1)

Clutch In Neutral Position

Remove stitching wire from the stitching heads. Trip the clutch by by pushing down the brown actuator.

On the right hand side of the machine, slowly turn the large spoked wheel clockwise until the first set screw in the adjusting collar is facing forward. Use a 5/64 hex wrench to loosen the set screw. Continue to turn the wheel until the second set screw is facing forward; loosen the screw.

Turn the wheel until the stop on the stop collar hits the actuator. Now turn the wheel until the proper stopping position is reached. Watch the stitching heads on the up stroke. When the bender bars reach the top of the windows in the face plates, turn the wheel slightly more. Be sure that both wire grips are still open. This is the proper stopping position.

If you have gone too far, just continue to turn the wheel until you return to the proper position.

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Finally, while still in the proper stopping position, trip

CAM for 3LS

The cam for 3LS, which signals the stitch gate to operate, is to the right of the stitching clutch. To assure proper stitch alignment, the stitching heads should contact the work before the gate goes down.

To prevent repeat stitching, the gate must pull the stitch start limit switch, 4LS, down away from the work before the clutch completes a full cycle.

First, be sure the stitching clutch has been adjusted properly. Then, trip the clutch and turn the spoked wheel clockwise until the stitcher heads just reach the clinchers. Loosen set screw on cam, and rotate the cam until it is just about to trip the limit switch.

Tighten the cam in this position.

REPLACEMENT OF SHEAR PIN

ON STITCH CLUTCH

Shear Pin

Clutch Collar

(RBM1 916 F Scene 1)

Stitcher Head Drive Clutch

1. Unplug machine and remove front cover. The clutch is located inside the cabinet on the shaft toward the left side, and it is bronze, black, brown, and pewter in color.

2. Remove the sheared pin and replace.

3. It might be necessary to adjust the clutch per the instructions on page 12.

REPLACEMENT OF STITCH

CLUTCH

1. Unplug machine. Remove side covers and front cover.

2. See exploded view of head drive shaft on page

22. Disconnect the pull rods from both head drive cranks (#16). Remove the left side head drive crank (#16) and the right side jog actuator cam (#52) by driving out roll pin (#17).

3. Remove the bearing assembly (#18) on each side.

4. Mark the position of the side jog actuator cam

(#38), then loosen both set screws and slide it to the left. If the unit has the optional activated clinch feature, loosen the set screws on its cam and also slide it to the left.

5. Mark the position of the stitch gate switch cam

(#37), then loosen the set screw.

6. Remove screws (#29) from the switch and clutch bracket (#28), and gently lay the bracket down.

There is no need to remove the switch wires.

7. Release the tension idlers on both drive pulley belts. And slip the belts off the pulleys to the left.

8. Move the head drive shaft (#15), and all the components connected to it, to the right and remove it.

10. Remove the pin (#32) that connects the clutch collar to the shaft, and slide all components off the shaft. Match the markings on the old shaft to the new shaft.

11. Reassemble by reversing the disassembly procedure using the new clutch coupling comonents.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

PROBLEM:

1. Unit will not turn on.

2. Book remains in stitching position.

SOLUTION:

1. Plug unit into appropriate power supply.

2. If there is no green light: a. Check for proper line voltage. (115V or 220V) b. Check the "Main" fuse.

c. Make sure front and top guards are closed.

1. Make sure motor and belt are running. If not, see problem 1.

2. Check the "DC" fuse.

3. Check the connection to the stitch gate microswitch (4LS).

4. Turn to Stitch "off" position: a. If stitch gate drops when putting a set through the machine, check connections to the stitch clutch.

b. If stitch gate doesn't drop when putting a set through, check the stitch gate microswitch (4LS).

3. Book moves slowly through the machine.

4. Inconsistent fold.

5. Stitches are not square to book.

1. Make sure when feeding the book that it gets under the side guides.

2. Spray furniture polish or wax on the entry and through the machine. Caution: Do not get polish or wax on paper drive belt.

1. Use a 50-50 mixture of rubbing alcohol and water to clean all four folding rollers.

2. Use a 50-50 mixture of rubbing alcohol and water to clean paper drive belt.

3. Check and tighten the set screws in all five sprockets that drive the folding rollers. (Three on left side; two on right.)

4. Make sure that the spring loaded folding rollers are freely springing out and back.

5. Check the folding knife for bends or waviness. Straighten or replace the knife.

1. Make sure the stitch stops are square to the clinchers.

2. Make sure the side guides are square to the stops.

1. Adjust the stitch clutch according to page 12.

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6. Stitch heads cycle and stop in the down position.

PROBLEM:

7. Stitch heads won't cycle.

8. Loud banging/clicking noise when stitch heads cycle.

9. Double stitch.

10. Booklet folded but not stitched.

SOLUTION:

1. Make sure that Stitch on/off switch is in "on" position.

2. Check stitch clutch solenoid to see if it is activating when triggered by the stitch gate microswitch (4LS): a. If solenoid is activating and heads still don't cycle, check stitch clutch shear pin. See page 13.

b. If solenoid is not activating, check the stitch clutch connections. There should be 24VDC to the solenoid when it is triggered by 4LS. If the solenoid fails to activate when 24VDC is applied, replace the stitch clutch.

1. Lubricate head per the "External Lubrication Sheet" provided with the stitch heads. (Lubrication instructions also appear in the

EZ

Thread Owners Manual.)

attention to the rotator lubrication.

Pay special

1. Check stitch gate timer setting; see instructions on page

11. The gate should stay down until the tail end of the book clears the stitch gate. Otherwise, turn clockwise.

2. Adjust cam for 3LS according to page 12.

3. Check for sluggish operation of stitch gate. If there is binding or the return spring is too strong, the gate will fail to pull the stitch start limit switch, 4LS, away from the paper causing repeat stitching.

4. Adjust the stitch clutch according to page 12.

1. Make sure that Stitch on/off switch is in "on" position.

2. Check that you are not feeding the books so fast that the gate has not come back up to receive the next book in time. In that case, adjust stitch gate timer setting per instructions on page 11.

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7

23

11

24

13

22

25

C O V E R S & G U A R D S

14

16

15

17

8

9

4

11

10

3

2

16

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

9

10

11

12

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Index Part

Number Number

RBM1575F

RBM1574F

RBM1697F

RBM1676A

RBM1324F

RBM1602F

RBM1850F

RBM1607F

RBM1687F

CG26C

CB988

CG26

CB278

10

18

21

20

16

19

6

5

12

Part Name

LH Cover

RH Cover

Front Cover

Back Cover

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Front Guard

Top Guard

Guard Bracket

Guard Hinge

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/4

Lockwasher #10

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Nut #10-32

(RBM1000B Scene 1)

Number

Required

Index Part

Number Number

1

2

20

1

1

1

1

1

4

10

11

6

6

18

19

20

21

14

15

16

17

22

23

24

25

RBM1316F

D27396F

D27398F

RBM1686F

RBM1694F

CB2125

RBM1586F

RBM1688F

RBM1771F

CG26A

RBM1790F

RBM1849F

Part Name

Rubber Bumper

Round Hd Scr 5-40 x 3/8

Elastic Lock Nut #5-40

Interlock Cam

Extension Spring

Nylon Washer

Retaining Ring

Spring Arm

Top Guard Window

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Steel/Rubber Washer

Roller Guard

Number

Required

1

1

1

1

11

11

11

1

3

1

1

3

17

18

16

19

F R A M E A S S E M B L Y

3

14

20

11

10

15

2

13

12

11

1

7

5

6

(RBM1000C Scene 1)

Part Name Index

N u m b e r

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

9

10

11

12

Part

N u m b e r

RBM1529F

RBM1566F

RBM1565F

RBM1324F

RBM1202F

RBM1252F

CB860C

RBM1480A

CB487

CB718

RBM1519F

CB493

Frame Bottom

LH Side Frame

RH Side Frame

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Bumper Foot

Rd Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1

Elastic Stop Nut 1/4-20

Bearing Assy

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 3/4

Washer 1/4

Lockwasher 1/4

Nut 1/4-20

Number

R e q u ri e d

4

2

4

4

1

6

1

1

4

4

14

6

22

11

4

12

Index

N u m b e r

13

Part

N u m b e r

RBM1543F

18

19

20

21

22

14

15

16

17

RBM1201F

RBM1301F

RBM1046A

CB59

RBM1209F

RBM1208F

RBM1382F

RBM1657F

CB51

8

9

21

Part Name Number

R e q u ri e d

Tape Drive Shaft

(also item 22 page 21)

1

Motor (also item 29 page 32) 1

Motor Mount

Tape Drive Pulley Assy

Set Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Motor Belt

Motor Pulley

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 3/8

Collar

1

8

2

Screw, .250-20 x .750 Soc. Hd.2

2

1

4

1

17

SF

2

H E A D D R I V E A S S E M B L Y

46

45

39

18

43

41

35

34

36

38

43

40

41

44

33

47

42

2

37

8

4

3

4

13

12

10

9 11

14

7

15

20

7

19

18

17

16

6

7

30

29

27

26

22

31

28

5

25

21

1

23

24

(RBM1000D Scene 1)

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

23

2 4

25

26

27

28

29

16

17

18

19

2 0

21

22

1

13

14

15

9

10

11

2

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

3 8

3 9

40

41

42

43

44

45

3 0

31

33

34

35

36

37

46

4 7

R B M 1

CB764

CB860C

RBM1660F

RBM1361F

CB411

C B 8 0 6

CB1247A

RBM1642F

CB314A

CB889

CA46

415-0225

C K

R B

1

M

7

1

6

6 4 4 F

RBM1656F

CG26A

MF337

CB988

CB278

RBM1646A

RBM1645F

C K 2 5 0

CAAA200 6W

RBM1321A

CB734

RBM1630F

RBM1530A

CB606

CB895

RBM1550F

CB325

RBM1564F

CB487

C B 8 0 6

RBM1617F

RBM1220F

CB418

RBM1221F

RBM1262F

RBM1037F

CB110A

7 1 8 C B

RBM1659F

CK31

CA9028A

3 9 1 F

Part Name Number

R e q u ri e d

EZ Thread Stitcher Hea d 2

Knob Assy

Lockwasher 1/2

Washer 1/2

Head Support Bar Assy

Hex Hd Scr 5/15-18 x 3/4

2

2

Lockwasher 5/16

Head Actuating Bar

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Head Drive Wear Strip

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 3/4 h e r W a s

Keps Nut 1/4-20

RH Rod End

RH Nut 5/16-24

LH Rod End

LH Nut 5/16-24

4

8

1

2

4

1

2

10

Head Connecting Rod

Soc Hd Scr 5/16-18 x 1 1/4

W a s h e r

Ski Bracket

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Roll Pin 1/8 x 11/16

P a p e i r S k

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1 1/2

Elastic Stop Nut 1/4-20

Roller Arm

Plastic Screw 1/4-20 x 1 1/2

Plastic Nut 1/4-20

W a

R o s h e r ll e r

Wire Spool Stud

Soc Hd Scr 3/8-16 x 3/4

Lockwasher 3/8

W a s h

H a

Lockwasher #10

N u t 1 n n

0 g g e r

Stitching Wire (Two Spools) p i n

S h

S p a a ri c tf e r

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 X 1 1/2

3 2

Spring Lever Assy

E -

S p

R i ir

2

6

2

4

4

1

2

1

4

2

2

2

2

2

1

2

1

2

2

1

1

1

8

4

1 2

1

2

2

4

2

2

2

2

8

8

19

SF

2

M A I N T A B L E A S S E M B L Y

2

1

4

3

20

3

25

22

20

61

59

52

32

33

50

16

15

51

18

56

12

55

39

29

44

11

65

14

57

13

38

17

67

42

41

40

37

35

17

64

62

27

63

34

66

33

31

28

30

46

7

47

18

19

43

24

36

39

18

45

23

26

21

48

3

47

49

53

58 5

7

6

54

8

9

(RBM1000E Scene 1)

10

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

29

30

31

32

33

25

26

27

28

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

20

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

CG26

CB651F

CB1262

RBM1777A

RBM1548F

RBM1543F

RBM1096F

CB141

RBM1536F

RBM1482F

RBM1249F

RBM1783F

RBM1313F

RBM1666F

RBM1506F

CG26N

CB988A

RBM1528A

RBM1615F

RBM1324F

CB278

RBM1551A

CB487A

RBM1519F

CT9086X

RBM1024F

CG26A

RBM1600F

RBM1627A

RBM1101A

RBM1340A

RBM1614F

CB837B

Part Name

Main Table

Gate Table

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Nut 10-32

Clincher Bar

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 5/8

Lockwasher 1/4

Clincher

RH Front Bracket

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Center Pulley Bracket

Center Belt Pulley Assy

Crowned Idler Assy

Flat Idler Assy

Idler Shaft

Retaining Ring 3/8

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Washer #10

Front LH Bracket

RH Rear Bracket

Tape Drive Shaft

Table Drive Pulley

Set Scr 1/4-20 x 1/4

Table Belt

Stop Carriage

Plastic Bearing

Stop Platform

Gate Shaft

Torsion Spring

Switch Bracket

Button Hd Scr 8-32 x 3/8

Lockwasher #8

Number

R e q u ri e d

1

2

1

1

4

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

8

1

6

8

3

6

1

1

1

1

1

12

6

5

1

2

1

1

14

4

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

34

46

47

48

49

42

43

44

45

38

39

40

41

35

36

1

37

54

55

56

57

50

51

52

53

58

59

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

RBM1310C

RBM1327F

RBM1234F

RBM1635A

RBM1775F

RBM1780F

CB175

RBM1760F

RBM1781F

RBM1782F

CA118

RBM1670F

CL44A

RBM1769F

RBM1770F

RBM1549A

CB112

CB451

CE17

RBM1507F

CB988

RBM1272F

CB287

CK50

RBM1720F

RBM1750F

RBM1751F

CB325

CB806

RBM1547F

RBM1667F

RBM1591F

RBM1269F

RBM1311F

Part Name Number

R e q u ri e d

Microswitch

(also item 31 page 32)

1

Rd Hd Scr 4-40 x 1/2 2

Solenoid (also item 49 page 32)

Washer

Back Up Plate

Lockwasher #10

Solenoid Pivot Bracket

Rd Hd Scr 6-32 x 3/16

Lockwasheer #6

Pin

LH Guide Bracket

RH Guide Block

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Washer 1/4

Stop Carriage Rod

Spring

Stop Carriaiage Screw

Sprocket 10T

Split Collar

Bracket Assy

Hand Crank

Hand Crank Shaft

Washer 3/8

Roll Pin 18 x 1

Sprocket 12T

Sprocket 14T

Set Scr 1/4-20 x 3/16

Chain - 62L

Spring Washer

Paper Stop

Eccentric Paper Stop

Rear LH Bracket

Rd Hd Scr 8-32 x 5/16

Cotter Pin

1

2

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

6

1

1

4

1

1

2

2

6

1

1

1

21

S )

2

H E A D D R I V E S H A F T A S S E M B L Y

12

14

16

2

53

6

13

3

39

7

1

15

52

26

8

9

50

29

10

11

46

5

40

61

62

59

39

60

57

35

37

63

44

45

36

34

31

28

29

30

33

21

42

43

56

58

19

38

20

51

18

4

47

48

41

49

29

22

17

(RBM1000F Scene 1)

Index Part Part Name Number

Number Number Required

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

17

18

19

20

D37751F

RBM1480A

CB487

RBM1519F

21 CB493

21* CB125

26** CB651B

26

28

29

30

31

CB629C

RBM1596F

RBM1324F

CB1262

CB629A

31* CB314

33 CB371A

33* CB889

34 RBM1225F

RBM1629A

RBM1628A

RBM1329F

RBM1789F

RBM1623F

D34080F

RBM1622F

RBM1651F

CG26A

RBM1540F

RBM1229F

RBM1539F

CB835G

RBM1250F

RBM1542F

RBM1637F

LH Side Guide

RH Side Guide

Flat Hd Scr 8-32 x 5/8

Cam Shim

Side Guide Bracket

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/4

Belt Bed

Plate

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Stationary Guide Shaft

Spring

Moveable Guide Shaft

Roll Pin

Plastic Bearing

Head Drive Shaft

Head Drive Crank

Roll Pin 5/32 x 1

Bearing Assy

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 3/4

Lockwasher 1/4

Nut 1/4-20

Nut 3/8-16

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/4

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1 1/2

Switch & Clutch Bracket

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Washer #10

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1

Soc Hd Scr 3/8-16 x 1

Lockwasher 1/4

Lockwasher 3/8

Microwitch (3LS)

(also item 30 page 32)

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

7

1

1

3

3

4

4

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

4

2

1

1

1

Index Part Part Name Number

Number Number Required

47

48

49

50

43

44

45

46

39

40

41

42

35

36

37

38

RBM1328F

CG13

RBM1126F

RBM1559F

CB141

RBM1091F

RBM1090F

RBM1086F

RBM1085F

RBM1084F

D22872F

CB835P

RBM1087F

CG26

CB1201

CB988

Rd Hd Scr 4-40 x 3/4

Nut 4-40

Switch Cam

Actuator Cam

Set Screw 1/4-20 x 1/4

LH Bracket

RH Bracket

Roller Stud

Roller

Actuator Bar

Set Scr 10-32 x 1/4

Roll Pin

51 CB493 Nut 1/4-20

52 RBM1638F Cam

53 CGG44B

55** CB837E

Actuator Bar Extension

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Dowel Pin

Lockwasher #10

Thumb Scr Knob Assy

Retaining Ring, 1/2

56 RBM1910F Pulley, CB6 Clutch 1

57 RBM1909F Pulley, Knife Drive 1

58 RBM1912F Bearing, Flanged 2

59 RBM1913F Shaft Adapter 1

60 RBM1911F Pulley Spacer 1

61 RBM1916F Clutch CB6 1

62 RBM1917F Key 3/16 x 1-1/4 1

63 UB3532.34 Roll Pin 1

2

1

4

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

2

2

* Parts marked with asterisk are for machines equipped

with Hi-Torque Clutch for Loop Stitch Heads or four

head applications.

**For use on machines with serial numbers 2650 and

up. When replacing the discontinued RBM1748F clutch

on a model B2000 prior to serial #2650, order update

kit CBBB3000J7.

Below listed part numbers are for reference from

previous B1000 and B2000 model machines:

22 RBM1047F

22* RBM1794F

23** RBM1900F

23* RBM1796F

24** RBM1902F

24* RBM1793F

25** RBM1901F

25* RBM1792F

27 CB988

27* RBM1519F

32 RBM1760F

32* RBM1797F

54** CB284B

Head Drive Pulley

Head Drive Pulley

Bearing

Bearing

Knife Drive Pulley

Knife Drive Pulley

Clutch (also item 54 page 32) 1

Clutch (also item 54 page 32) 1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Lockwasher #10

Lockwasher 1/4

Roll Pin 1/8 x 1

Roll Pin 5/32 x 1 1/4

Dowel Pin, 3/16 x 1

1

1

3

3

3

23

Stitch'n Fold

32

34

31

7

30

33

R O L L E R S & K N I F E A S S E M B L Y

13

8

35

36

15

9

11

14

7

29

1

2

3

4

16

7

11

20 19

6

11

10

7

28 29

12

26

27

24

Index Part

Number Number

9

10

11

12

13

14

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

RBM1535F

CG26A

CB278

CB988

------------

RBM1553A

CB2125

RBM1613A

RBM1324F

RBM1589F

RBM1667F

RBM1312F

CB493

RBM1216F

15

16

17

18

RBM1399F

RBM1568A

RBM1533F

RBM1323F

11

7

21

23

24

25

Part Name

Book Deflector

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Nut 10-32

Lockwasher #10

------------------

Lower Folding Roll Assy

Nylon Washer 7/16 (3/4 O.D.)

Bearing Block Assy

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Bearing Housing

Folding Roll Spring

Split Collar

Nut, .250-20 Hex.

Folding Sprocket

(also item 36 page 26)

Set Screw 5/16-18 x 5/16

Book Guide Assy

Spacer Table

Pan Hd Scr 8-32 x 1/2

Number

Required

4

2

8

4

1

5

8

2

--

4

4

4

1

4

1

4

5

1

17

18

(RBM1000G Scene 1)

Index Part

Number Number

31

32

33

34

27

28

29

30

*35

*36

23

24

25

26

19

20

21

22

RBM1621F

CB651F

RBM1534F

RBM1616F

CB325

RBM1564F

CB487

CB806

RBM1617F

RBM1800F

RBM1801F

CB1247A

RBM1660F

RBM1361F

RBM1851F

CB837C

RBM1876F

RBM1334F

Part Name Number

Required

Folding Knife

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Knife Support

Square Nut 1/4-20

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Head Drive Wear Strip

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 3/4

Washer

Keps Nut 1/4-20

Bearing Housing

Folding Roll Spring

Roller Wheel

Roller Arm 2

Screw, .250-20 x 1.5 PVC Hex. 1

Shaft

Retaining Ring, ø.25 Ext.

Spacer, Roller

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/4

2

1

8

2

2

4

1

2

8

8

2

4

1

2

1

4

*Used on BookletMakers serial # 2350 and up

K N I F E S H A F T A S S E M B L Y

16

20

10

3

9

5

9

5

8

4

10

5

1

22

19

9

10

18

3

7

6

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

9

10

11

RBM1036F

RBM1040F

CA9028A

RBM1222F

CB278

RBM1223F

RBM1263F

CB651B

CB988

CB1262

RBM1480A

3

2

Part Name

Knife Connection Rod

Knife Drive Crank

Roll Pin 1/8 x 11/16

RH Rod End

RH Nut 10-32

LH Rod End

LH Nut 10-32

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/4

Lockwasher #10

Washer #10

Bearing Assy

(RBM1000H Scene 1)

Number

R e q u ri e d

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

2

4

6

2

5

2

2

2

9

13

2

16

17

18

19

12

13

14

15

20

21

22

CB487

RBM1519F

CB493

RBM1541F

RBM1227F

RBM1217F

RBM1206A

CB651D

RBM1597F

RBM1324F

RBM1657F

11

13

14

12

3

17

21

3

15

Part Name Number

R e q u ri e d

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 3/4

Lockwasher 1/4

Nut 1/4-20

Knife Drive Shaft

Clutch (also item 52 page 32) 1

Sprocket-12T 1

1

4

1

4

4

Pulley Assy

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 1 1/4

Knife Clutch Bracket

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

C o ll a r

2

1

3

1

25

26

SF

2

B E L T S & C H A I N S A S S E M B L Y

1

46

47

35

36

25

45

4

44

48

52

4

3

2

35

49

44

51

9

10

50

9

35

36

11

8

12

13

14

15

31

32

33

34

5

6

7

16

4

5

17

18

26

13

22

23

24

43

19

20

14

21

35

36

25

29 25

11

37 4

39

5

38

40

29

28

11

29

30

4

27

16

41

42

(RBM1000J Scene 1)

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

28

29

3 0

31

24

25

26

27

17

1 8

19

20

21

22

23

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

44

45

46

47

40

41

42

43

48

49

50

51

52

36

37

38

39

32

33

34

35

R B M 1

CB860B

CB278

CG26C

RBM1231F

D30541F

CB889

CB2125

RBM1288F

RBM1286A

CT32

RBM1218A

F R B M 1

CB328

2 8 9

CB889

CB179

RBM1662F

RBM1399F

RBM1216F

CK31

RBM1633F

RBM1217F

RBM1211F

RBM1210F

D44958F

RBM1519F

C B 7 1 8

RBM1294F

M 1 2 9 1 F R B

RBM1295F

RBM1673F

RBM1207F

CB837B

RBM1045F

RBM1044A

CB988

CG26

CB629B

RBM1293F

3 6 0 F

CA9028A

RBM1674F

RBM1670F

RBM1807F

CB51

CB493

RBM1822A

RBM1824F

RBM1826A

RBM1781F

RBM1812A

RBM1848F

RBM1874F

Part Name Number

R e q u ri e d

Timing Belt 3/8" Wide

Timing Belt 1/2" Wide

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 2 1/2

Lockwasher 1/4

W a s h e r

Knife Idler Shaft

I d l e ll r R o

Idler Spacer

Chain - 44L

Reducer Pulley 10 Teeth

Retaining Ring 3/8

Idler Bracket Stud

I

Idler Bracket Assy

Lockwasher #10

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1 1/4

Stitcher Idler Shaft d l e R o ll r

Elastic Stop Nut 10-32

N u t 1 0 3 2

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/4

Idler Spring

Nut 3/8-16

Lockwasher 3/8

Nylon Washer 7/16 (3/4 O.D.) 8

2

3

4

6

4

2

2

1

1

1

3

1

1

1

1

10

1

1

4

4

4

4

1

1

Sprocket Stud

Dual Sprocket Assy

W

Idler Sprocket Assy

I d a l e s

r h

S e t r u d

Hex Hd Scr 3/8-16 x 5/8

Washer 3/8

Lockwasher

Idler Shaft

Set Screw 5/16-18 x 5/16

Folding Sprocket

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Idler Shaft (mount on bearing) 1

Drive Sprocket 1

1

1

1

2

1

1

4

1

1

7

1

1

8

Roll Pin 1/8 x 11/16

Chain - 156L

Chain - 62L

Stud Backup Plate

1

1

1

Screw, .250-20 x .75 Soc. Hd. 5

Nut, .250 -20 Hex.

Bearing Block Assy.

Index Shaft

Index Collar Assy.

Sprocket-12T

Bearing Block Assy.

Idler Shaft

Chain-88L

1

1

1

1

1

1

5

1

27

SF

2

S E C O N D A R Y T A B L E A S S E M B L Y

37

5

22 4

2

34

19

14

19

34 36

31

15

30

29

3

28

6

13

11

12

9

33

26

38

25

7

28

Index Part

Number Number

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

17

18

19

20

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

RBM1784F

RBM1767

RBM1588F

D30676F

RBM1786F

RBM1556F

RBM1664F

RBM1765F

RBM1665F

CB860B

CB278

CB988

RBM1305F

RBM1766F

RBM1785F

RBM1518F

RBM1506F

CB112

CB988A

RBM1310C

(RBM1000K Scene 1)

Part Name

Stop Carriage

Paper Stop

Guide Rod

Soc Hd Cap Scr 8-32 x 3/8

Secondary Table

Adjusting Bar

Stud Bracket

Soc Hd Cap Scr 8-32 x 3/4

Adjusting Stud

Elastic Lock Nut 10-32

Nut 10-32

Lockwasher #10

Spring

Stop Platform

Gate Shaft

Torsion Spring

Switch Bracket

Round Hd Scr 8-32 x 5/16

Lockwasher #8

Microswitch

(also item 31 page 32)

Number

Required

1

1

2

1

4

4

2

2

8

1

1

2

1

4

1

2

2

2

1

6

27

12

32

35

16

8

21

10

20

19

17

18

1

24

23

Index Part

Number Number

Part Name

34

35

36

37

30

31

32

33

25

26

27

28

21

22

23

24

RBM1327F

RBM1560F

RBM1561F

RBM1324F

RBM1567F

CE17

RBM1507F

CB651F

Rd Hd Scr 4-40 x 1/2

U-Bracket LH

U-Bracket RH

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Solenoid (also page 30)

Washer

Back Up Plate

Soc Hd Cap Scr 10-32 x 3/8

(screws connect item 6 to items 44 & 45 page 20)

29 RBM1272F

CB287

Solenoid Pivot Bracket

Rd Hd Scr 6-32 x 3/16

Lockwasher #6

Pin

38

CK50

RBM1720F

RBM1685F

CG26N

CG26

RBM1249F

CB285R2

CB451

Spacer

Button Hd Scr 8-32 x 3/8

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Plastic Bearing

Fold On/Off Sw

(also item 54 page 32)

Cotter Pin

Number

Required

2

2

2

8

1

2

1

1

2

1

2

1

1

1

8

2

1

1

D E L I V E R Y T A B L E A S S E M B L Y

13

28

27

7

2

11 3

16

14

6

15

29

26

22

12

7

13

1

8

9

21

25

4 10

17

23

24

3

5

(RBM1841A Scene 3)

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

RBM1841F

RBM1838F

CG26

CB278

RBM1839A

CG26N

RBM1821F

RBM1572F

RBM1073A

CB837B

RBM1827F

RBM1826A

RBM1312F

RBM1072F

D22872F

Part Name Number

R e q u ri e d

Conveyor Table

Conveyor Bracket

Nut, 10-32 Hex.

1

2

Screw, 10-32 x .75 Button Hd. 12

Delivery Tray Bracket

Screw, 8-32 x .75 Button Hd. 4

10

1

Bearing

Idler Shaft

Pulley Assy.

Retaining Ring, ø.375

Conveyor Drive Shaft

Index Collar Assy.

Split Collar

Pulley

Screw, 10-31 x .25 Set

7

2

1

1

2

2

4

2

1

20

18

19

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

24

25

26

27

28

29

20

21

22

23

16

17

18

19

RBM1846F

RBM1840F

RBM1438A

CB734

RBM1630F

RBM1842F

RBM1828F

CGG44C

CB1262

CB154

CB860B

RBM1835A

RBM1837F

RBM1888A

Part Name Number

R e q u ri e d

Conveyor Belt

Delivery Tray

Stud Assy.

Lockwasher, ø.500

Washer

Conveyor Wheel Bracket

Nut Bar

Thumb Screw Assy.

Washer 2

Screw, 10-32 x .625 Soc. Hd. 2

Nut, 10-32 Elastic Stop

Conveyor Wheel Assy.

Conveyor Wheel Shaft

Stop Block Assy.

1

1

2

2

2

2

1

2

1

1

2

1

29

SF

2

4

F O L D S T O P C A G E A S S E M B L Y

1

5

6

3

2

3

Index Part

Number Number

1

2

3

RBM1773F

CG44C

CB278

Part Name

Fold Stop Cage

Thumb Screw

Nut 10-32

Number

Required

1

2

4

Index Part

Number Number

4

5

6

CG26A

CB1262

CB988

Part Name

Button Hd Scr

Washer #10

Lockwasher #10

SK887

Number

Required

2

2

2

C O R N E R S T I T C H P A R T S

5

4

1

2

30

1

2

3

Index Part

Number Number

RBM1745F

CGG44B

RBM1702F

Part Name

Corner Stitch Guide

Thumb Screw 10-32 x 3/8

Wing Nut 10-32

Number

Required

1

2

2

3

Index Part

Number Number

4

5

RBM1322F

CGG44

SK888

Part Name

Corner Stitch Bar

Thumb Screw 10-32 x 5/8

Number

Required

1

2

SF

ON POWER OFF

M A I N C O N T R O L P A N E L

ON STITCH OFF

COUNTS

8

1, 2, 3 4

5 6

F U S E S & T I M E R P O T E N T I O M E T E R

7

CAUTION:

For continued protection against risk of fire, replace only with same type and rating of fuse.

MAIN DC

10A 250V .75A 250V

GATE TIMER

PAPER SIZE:

8.5 x 11

5.5 x 8.5

A4, A5

11 x 17

A3

13, 14, 15, 16, 17

9, 10, 11

Index Part

Number Number

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

RBM1672F

RBM1573F

RBM1324F

RBM1577F

CG136

RBM1445F

CG138

RBM1671A

RBM1324F

RBM1619F

RBM1620F

RBM1239F

RBM1267F

RBM1418F

RBM1611F

RBM1324F

17

RBM1419F

RBM1695F

18* RBM1353F

19* RBM1668F

20* RBM1323F

21* RBM1495F

22* CB808

23* D27398F

24* RBM1240F

25* D32127F

26* CB720

27* CB1070B

28* RBM1711F

29* RBM1201F

30* RBM1225F

31* RBM1310F

32* RBM1277F

33* RBM1328F

34* CG13

9, 10, 12

Part Name Number

Required

Index Part

Number Number

Main Control Panel Decal

Bracket

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2 2

Green Ilum. Momentary Switch 1

1

1

Red Momentary Switch

Counter

Black Selector Switch

Fuse Holder Decal

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Fuse Holder Body

Fuse Holder Carrier

Main Fuse 10A

DC Fuse .75A

Timer Potentiometer

Potentiometer Bracket

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Potentiometer Knob

Gate Timer Decal

Power Cord

Power Cord Bracket

Pan Hd Scr 8-32 x 1/2

Power Inlet

Flat Hd Scr 5-40 x 3/8

Elastic Stop Nut

2

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

Terminal Block

Rd Hd Scr 6-32 x 3/4

Nut 6-32

Green Ground Screw

Ground Label

Motor

Microswitch (3LS)

Microswitch (4LS, 5LS)

Interlock Switch (1LS, 2LS)

Rd Hd Scr 4-40 x 3/4

Nut 4-40

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

2

2

2

1

1

4

4

1

1

1

1

1

2

4

66* RBM1879F

67* RBM1338F

4 68* RBM1882F

* Not shown; see Schematic.

35* RBM1428F

36* RBM1640F

37* RBM1324F

38* CB2454

39* CB287E

40* CB720

41* RBM1416F

42* RBM1817F

43* RBM1417F

44* D32127F

45* CB720

46* RBM1501A

47* RBM1323F

48* RBM1298F

49* RBM1334F

50* RBM1234F

51* RBM1567F

52* RBM1227F

53* RBM1443F

54* CB285R2

55* RBM1748F

RBM1792F

56* RBM1880A

57* RBM1742F

58* RBM1747F

59* CG15B

60* RBM1371F

61* RBM1746F

62* RBM1875F

63* RBM1496F

64* RBM1877F

65* RBM1878F

Part Name Number

Required

Rubber Grommet

Relay Bracket

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Power Relay (1CR)

Rd Hd Scr 6-32 x 1/2

Nut 6-32

Timer - Single Shot

Cable Tie

Timer Socket

Rd Hd Scr 6-32 x 3/4

Nut

Transformer

Pan Hd Scr 8-32 x 1/2

Bridge Rectifier

Pan Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/4

Stitch Gate Solenoid

Fold Solenoid

Clutch (Fold)

Quencharc (QA)

Fold On/Off Switch

Clutch (Stitch) (Standard)

Clutch (Stitch) (Hi-Torque)

Wiring Harness 1

Cap (corner/side stitch socket) 1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Socket (for RBM1742F)

Microswitch (6LS)

Solenoid, Jog & Side Stitch

Microswitch (7LS)

Time Delay Module (2TR)

Capacitor

Resistor

Rectifier

Terminal Block

Cable Tie

Cable Tie Holder

1

1

2

1

2

1

1

2

1

1

4

4

2

1

6

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

4

1

1

1

1

31

ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC

32

(SK881)

SF

2

10

12

8

B A C K J O G A S S E M B L Y

4

30

22

21

20

25

2

29

24

23

32

31

28

27

26

3

9

11

7

9

8

13

4

36

34

14

33

15

6

7

8

18, 19

16

8

12

8

7

7

17

5

(RBM1000L Scene 1)

1

Index Part

Number Number

20

21

*

22

16

17

18

19

23

24

25

26

27

12

13

14

15

*

9

10

11

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

RBM1625

RBM1606F

CB325

CB806

RBM1599F

RBM1603F

CG26

CB988

RBM1218A

RBM1683F

CB651D

RBM1289F

CB1262

RBM1269C

RBM1610F

CB492

CB493

RBM1632F

RBM1371A

CB2063

RBM1626F

RBM1250F

RBM1586F

RBM1375F

CB206B

CB719

RBM1368F

CB56X

CB719

Part Name

Front Jog Plate

Rear Jog Plate

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Washer 1/4

Threaded Guide Rod

Guide Rod

Button Hd Scr 10-32 x 3/8

Lockwasher #10

12 Tooth Sprocket

Back Jog Chain

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 1 1/4

Idler Stud

Washer #10

10 Tooth Sprocket

Jog Bracket

Flat Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1 1/4

Nut 1/4-20 Hex

Guide Block

Solenoid and Components

Washer 1 ID x 1 1/2 OD

Jog Shaft

Bushing, .375 Dia

Retaining Ring

Extension Spring

Flat Hd Scr 8-32 x 5/8

Nut, 8-32 Hex

Jog Crank

Soc Hd Scr 8-32 x 1 3/8

Nut, 8-32 Hex

Number

Required

2

1

1

2

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

4

1

2

2

2

1

6

8

1

1

4

5

1

1

*

Index Part

Number Number

Not shown

*

1

*

*

*

*

35

36

31

32

33

34

28

29

*

30

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

Part Name Number

Required

RBM1374F

RBM1720F

CB451

RBM1631F

D30523F

D14267F

RBM1787F

RBM1725A

RBM1289F

CB837B

RBM1753F

CBB283E2

CBB283F2

CBB283G2

CBB283H2

Jog Link

Clevis Pin

Cotter Pin

Jog Finger

Soc Hd Scr 8-32 x 1/2

Lockwasher, No. 8

Finger Stop

Tensioner Bar Assy

Idler Stud

Retaining Ring

Extension Spring 1

12" Wire (#11 to Jog Solenoid) 1

1

1

18" Wire (#10 to Jog On-Off)

26" Wire (6LS to Jog On-Off)

18" Wire (6LS to Jog Solenoid)

1

1

2

1

2

2

2

2

1

2

CB285R2

RBM1440F

CB651

CB278

Jog On/Off Switch

Spacer (Switch)

Soc Hd Scr 10-32 x 1/2

Nut, 10-32 Hex

CG15B

CG14B

RBM1638F Cam

(Cam replaces Crank, RBM1637F, on left side.

See page 23.)

Switch

Rd Hd Scr 4-40 x 5/8

1

2

1

2

2

1

1

33

S I D E / C O R N E R S T I T C H G A T E ( O P T I O N A L )

1

15

2

4

3

14

18

9, 10

16

3 4

*

11

12

13

*

8

9

10

*

*

14

15

6

7

*

5

3

4

1

2

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

RBM1371F

CB2063

RBM1272F

RBM1720F

CB451

CB287A

CK50

RBM1746F

RBM1327F

RBM1506F

CG26N

CB988A

RBM1731F

RBM1666F

RBM1249F

RBM1727F

RBM1728F

RBM1729F

CG26A

CB988

8

7

9, 10

11

13

6

5

12

17

Part Name

S o l e n o i d

Washer 1" x 1 1/2"

Solenoid Pivot Bracket

Clevis Pin

Cotter Pin 1/16 x 1/2

Rd Hd Scr 6-32 x 1/4

Lockwasheer #6

Microswitch

Rd Hd Scr 4-40 x 1/2

Switch Bracket

Button Hd Scr 8-32 x 3/8

Lockwasher #8

Gate Shaft

Torsion Spring

Plastic Bearing

Stop Platform

Solenoid Bracket

Mtg. Bracket

Button Hd Scr #10-32 x 1/2

Lock Washer #10

Number

R e q u ri e d

2

1

1

1

4

4

2

1

2

2

1

1

2

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

* Not shown

Index

N u m b e r

Part

N u m b e r

*

*

*

*

16

17

*

18

*

*

*

*

*

RBM1730F

CG26

CB285R2

RBM1733F

RBM1517F

RBM1477F

RBM1743F

CK108

RBM1744F

RBM1724F

RBM1342F

CG26A

RBM1702F

SK889

Part Name

Cover

Button Hd Scr #10-32 x 3/8

ON/OFF Switch

Wing Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 1/2

Strain Relief Bushing

Pan Hd Scr #6 x 7/16

Plug

Contact Pin

Strain Relief

Cable

Paper Ski

Button Hd Scr #10-32 x 1/2

Wing Nut 10-32

Number

R e q u ri e d

1

4

1

2

1

1

1

2

1

1

2

1

1

SF

2

ACTIVATED CLINCH (OPTIONAL)

20

21

1

4

2

3

12

5

22

11

19

10

8

6

9

15

7

16

17, 14, 18

14

13

(RBM1000M Scene 1)

Index Part

Number Number

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

9

10

11

RBM1453F

RBM1457F

CA9083A

RBM1460F

RBM1461F

RBM1521F

CB155

RBM1703A

RBM1756F

RBM1458F

RBM1463F

Part Name

Short Clincher Assy

Clincher Assy

Clincher Point (inside Assy's)

Short Clincher Slide

Clincher Slide

Clincher Cam

Set Scr 5/16-18 x .500

Cam Arm Assy

Cross Bar

Slider Base

Clincher Arm

Number

Required

1

1

2

2

1

4

1

1

4

10

1

Index Part

Number Number

16

17

18

19

12

13

14

15

20

21

22

RBM1639F

CB325

RBM1519F

CB198

RBM1657F

RBM1795F

CB493

CB487

CB328

RBM1520F

CB77A

Part Name

Shaft

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x .500

Lockwasher 1/4

Washer 1/2 x 1 1/4

Split Collar

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 2

Nut 1/4-20

Hex Hd Scr 1/4-20 x 3/4

Hex Hd Scr 3/8-16 x 5/8

Lockwasher 3/8

Soc Hd Scr 1/4-20 x .625

Number

Required

1

4

2

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

2

35

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