Instructions for use Everest® engine Base Camp 4140

Instructions for use Everest® engine Base Camp 4140
Instructions for use
Everest® engine Base Camp 4140
Always be on the safe side.
Sales:
KaVo Dental GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
Tel. +49 7351 56-0
Fax +49 7351 56-1488
Manufacturer:
Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH
Bismarckring 39
D-88400 Biberach
www.kavo.com
Instructions for use Everest® engine Base Camp 4140
Contents
Contents
Contents ...........................................................................................................................................................1
1 User instructions ............................................................................................................................................3
1.1 User guidelines ........................................................................................................................................3
1.1.1 Abbreviations ................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1.2 Symbols used ................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1.3 Service .............................................................................................................................................3
1.2 Warranty terms and conditions ................................................................................................................ 4
1.3 Transport and storage .............................................................................................................................. 5
1.3.1 Packaging ordinance of August 28,1998 ......................................................................................... 5
1.3.2 Transportation damage .................................................................................................................... 5
1.3.3 Storage .............................................................................................................................................6
1.4 Delivery and packaging ............................................................................................................................ 7
1.4.1 Scope of supply for the Everest engine Base Camp ........................................................................ 7
1.4.2 Packaging ........................................................................................................................................8
1.5 Important instructions ............................................................................................................................... 9
1.6 Mode of operation .................................................................................................................................. 10
2 Safety ..........................................................................................................................................................11
2.1 Description of safety instructions ........................................................................................................... 11
2.1.1 Warning symbol ............................................................................................................................. 11
2.1.2 Structure .........................................................................................................................................11
2.1.3 Description of hazardous steps ...................................................................................................... 11
2.2 Proper use .............................................................................................................................................12
2.2.1 General ..........................................................................................................................................12
2.2.2 Product-specific .............................................................................................................................. 13
3 Product description ......................................................................................................................................14
3.1 KaVo Everest engine Base Camp ......................................................................................................... 14
3.1.1 Equipment safety symbol definitions. ............................................................................................. 17
3.1.2 Type plate and power rating plate .................................................................................................. 19
3.2 Milling/grinding unit ................................................................................................................................ 21
3.3 Control panel ..........................................................................................................................................22
3.3.1 Function of the controls .................................................................................................................. 23
3.4 Milling body ............................................................................................................................................25
3.5 Clamping yokes .....................................................................................................................................26
3.6 Software .................................................................................................................................................27
3.6.1 Menu bar ........................................................................................................................................27
3.6.2 Tool bar ..........................................................................................................................................29
3.6.3 Job window ....................................................................................................................................30
3.6.4 Status view .....................................................................................................................................31
3.6.5 Message view ................................................................................................................................ 31
3.6.6 Tool window ................................................................................................................................... 31
3.6.7 Progress bar ................................................................................................................................... 31
3.6.8 Workpiece space display: .............................................................................................................. 31
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3.7 Circular blanks management ................................................................................................................. 32
3.7.1 Position work selection field ........................................................................................................... 32
3.7.2 Define bars selection field .............................................................................................................. 33
3.7.3 Set pins selection field ................................................................................................................... 33
3.7.4 Overview of assigned jobs ............................................................................................................. 34
3.7.5 Finish positioning selection field ..................................................................................................... 34
3.7.6 Circular blank information window ................................................................................................. 34
3.7.7 Gripping yokes position button ....................................................................................................... 34
3.7.8 Circular blanks work area ............................................................................................................... 35
3.7.9 Status bar .......................................................................................................................................35
3.8 Malfunctions ...........................................................................................................................................36
3.9 Technical data and requirements ........................................................................................................... 37
3.9.1 Everest engine Base Camp - overall (operating conditions) .......................................................... 37
3.9.2 Milling/grinding unit dimensions: .................................................................................................... 37
3.9.3 Dimensions of engine control unit incl. PC ..................................................................................... 37
3.9.4 Power supply unit fuses ................................................................................................................. 38
3.9.5 Cooling lubricant unit ...................................................................................................................... 39
3.9.6 Compressed air .............................................................................................................................. 39
4 First use .......................................................................................................................................................40
4.1 Location .................................................................................................................................................40
4.2 Connection .............................................................................................................................................42
4.2.1 System connection ......................................................................................................................... 42
4.2.2 Milling/grinding unit connection ...................................................................................................... 45
4.2.3 Compressed air connection ........................................................................................................... 46
4.2.4 Coolant/lubricant unit connection ................................................................................................... 47
4.2.5 Electrical connection ...................................................................................................................... 48
4.2.6 Voltage adjustment ........................................................................................................................ 49
4.2.7 Computer network connection ....................................................................................................... 50
5 Operation .....................................................................................................................................................52
5.1 Starting up the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp ................................................................................. 52
5.2 Changing the gripping yoke ................................................................................................................... 53
5.3 Changing the tool ................................................................................................................................... 55
5.4 Inserting circular blanks ......................................................................................................................... 58
5.5 Assigning jobs to the workpiece spaces ................................................................................................ 59
5.5.1 CAM module .................................................................................................................................. 59
5.6 Producing workpieces ............................................................................................................................ 62
6 Maintenance ................................................................................................................................................65
6.1 Cleaning and care .................................................................................................................................. 65
6.1.1 Daily ...............................................................................................................................................65
6.1.2 Weekly ...........................................................................................................................................65
6.1.3 Quarterly ........................................................................................................................................67
7 Declaration of conformity ............................................................................................................................. 70
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1 User instructions | 1.1 User guidelines
1 User instructions
1.1 User guidelines
Requirement
Read these instructions before the initial startup to prevent misuse and damage.
1.1.1 Abbreviations
Abbre‐
viation
UI
SI
STI
SFC
IEC
Meaning
User instructions
Setup instructions
Service Technician's instructions
Safety checks
International Electrotechnical Commission
1.1.2 Symbols used
See Safety/Hazard Warning Symbol chapter
Important information for users and Service Technicians
1.1.3 Service
Service hotline:
+49 7531 56-2100
[email protected]
User hotline:
+49 7531 56-2200
Please indicate the product serial number or version number.
Additional information can be obtained at: www.kavo.com
Only technicians trained or subcontracted by KaVo may perform the service and
maintenance.
To keep this unit ready for use and in top condition, follow the service recommen‐
dations in the chapter Maintenance.
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1 User instructions | 1.2 Warranty terms and conditions
1.2 Warranty terms and conditions
Within the framework of applicable KaVo delivery and payment conditions, KaVo
guarantees proper function, freedom from flaws in material and manufacturing for
a period of 12 months from the date of purchase demonstrated by the purchaser.
In case of justified complaints, KaVo will honor its warranty with a free replacement
or repair.
The warranty does not cover defects and their consequences that arose or may
have arisen due to natural wear, improper handling, cleaning or maintenance, noncompliance with operating, maintenance or connection instructions, corrosion, con‐
taminated media supply or chemical or electrical influences deemed abnormal or
impermissible in accordance with factory specifications.
The warranty does not usually cover lamps, light conductors made of glass and
glass fibers, glassware, rubber parts and the colourfastness of plastic parts.
The warranty expires when defects or their consequences can arise from manipu‐
lations or changes to the product. Warranty claims can only be asserted when they
are immediately reported to KaVo in writing.
This notification must be accompanied by a copy of the invoice or delivery note on
which the manufacturing number is clearly visible. In addition to the guaranty, the
statutory warranty claims of the purchaser also apply with a warranty period of 12
months.
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1.3 Transport and storage
1.3.1 Packaging ordinance of August 28,1998
Note
Only applicable for the Federal Republic of Germany.
KaVo transport packaging must be disposed of and recycled by local disposal ser‐
vice providers and recycling companies in accordance with Dual System require‐
ments.
For more information about disposal and recycling, and an up-to-date list of local
disposal service providers and recycling companies, please visit the following In‐
ternet sites:
http://www.umweltdatenbank.de
http://www.quality.de
KaVo will bring KaVo transport packaging returned by the customer at the custo‐
mer's own cost to the appropriate recycling companies without reimbursement..
1.3.2 Transportation damage
In Germany
If external damage to the packaging is visible upon delivery, follow the procedure
below:
1. The recipient must record the loss or damage in the notice of delivery. The re‐
cipient and employee of the transportation firm must sign the notice of delivery.
2. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
3. Do not use the product.
4. Report damage to the shipping company.
5. Report damage to KaVo.
6. A damaged product cannot be returned before talking with KaVo.
7. Send the signed notice of delivery to KaVo.
If the product is damaged and there is no discernable damage to the packaging
upon delivery, proceed as follows:
1. Report damage immediately or at least 7 days after the delivery to the delivery
company. .
2. Report damage to KaVo.
3. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
4. Do not use a damaged product.
Note
If the recipient does not follow one of the above instructions, the damage will be
held to have occurred after the delivery (according to ADSp. Art. 28)..
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Outside of Germany
Note
KaVo is not liable for damage arising from transportation.
Immediately inspect the delivery after receipt!
If external damage to the packaging is visible upon delivery, follow the procedure
below:
1. The recipient must record the loss or damage in the notice of delivery. The re‐
cipient and employee of the transportation firm must sign the notice of delivery.
The recipient can only assert damages against the transportation company ba‐
sed on these records.
2. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
3. Do not use the product.
If the product is damaged and there is no discernable damage to the packaging
upon delivery, proceed as follows:
1. Report the damage immediately or at least 7 days after the delivery to the deli‐
very company .
2. Leave the product and packaging unchanged.
3. Do not use a damaged product.
Note
If the recipient does not follow one of the above instructions, the damage will be
held to have occurred after the delivery (according to . CMR law , section 5, Art.
30).
1.3.3 Storage
The symbols printed on the outside are for transportation and storage, and have the
following meaning:
Keep upright in transit with arrow pointing upwards.
Handle with care
Keep dry
Stacking limitation: No additional load on the cartons! .
Temperature limitations.
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1.4 Delivery and packaging
1.4.1 Scope of supply for the Everest engine Base Camp
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KaVo Everest engine Base Camp 4140
① Milling/grinding unit
② Software and operating instructions
③ Flat monitor with connecting cable,
keyboard and mouse
④ Cooling lubricant drain hose
⑤ Cooling lubricant unit
⑥ Connecting lines X4, X8
⑦ Network cable RJ 45 (cross-over), 10
m
⑧ Gripping yokes and tension rings
⑨ Maintenance unit incl. pressure regu‐
lator for compressed air and com‐
pressed air connection
⑩ Power cables (3)
⑪ Power supply
⑫ Control PC
⑬ ID reader
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Consumables (no illustration):
Milling body (1x each)
See also: 3.4 Milling body, Page 25
Positioning aids for test object (1 size, 4x, Mat. no. 1.002.1762)
Allen key
Wrench size
2.5 mm
5 mm
6 mm
Mat. no.
1.005.0600
1.004.1568
1.001.7574
1.4.2 Packaging
Packaged unit 1: Milling/grinding unit
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▪
▪
▪
Length: 1,040 mm
Width: 890 mm
Height: 1,432 mm
Weight: Approx. 305 kg gross and approx. 280 kg net
Packing piece 2 Industrial PC with keyboard, mouse, monitor and
power supply
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▪
▪
▪
Length: 1,200 mm
Width: 820 mm
Height: 760 mm
Weight: Approx. 92 kg gross
Packaged unit 3: Coolant/lubricant tank
▪
▪
▪
▪
Length: 1,200 mm
Width: 820 mm
Height: 960 mm
Weight: Approx. 45 kg gross
Packaged unit 4: Housing
▪
▪
▪
▪
Length: 1,200 mm
Width: 800 mm
Height: 1300 mm
Weight: Approx. 42 kg gross
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1.5 Important instructions
CAUTION
▶ Prior to initial use, the user must read through the Instructions for Use so as to
avoid any incorrect operation or any other damage. Instructions for Use and
Assembly / Technicians' Instructions may only be copied and passed on with
the prior consent of KaVo.
All of the technical information provided and features described for the device co‐
vered in these operating instructions were correct at the time of going to print. It is
possible that the product may be modified or improved on the basis of new technical
developments. This does not result in an entitlement to retrospective upgrading or
retrofitting of existing devices.
KaVo assumes no responsibility for damage occurring due to:
▪ external influences (poor media quality or poor installation)
▪ the use of incorrect information
▪ inappropriate use of the product,
▪ repairs carried out improperly.
Only technicians who have received training in the relevant courses run by KaVo
are authorised to carry out repairs and maintenance.
Authorisation will cease to apply if any third-party modifications are executed. KaVo
recommends that only original consumables or spares be used for operation or re‐
pair of its product.
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1 User instructions | 1.6 Mode of operation
1.6 Mode of operation
Thanks to the use of three simultaneously controlled linear axes and a rotatory
workpiece axis, it is not necessary to reclamp the workpiece while it is being worked
on.
The workpiece carrier on the B-axis, which is designed as a double spindle, cuts in
automatic switchover mode.
Z
X
A
Y
B
The five axes and their positions:
▪ Spatial axis X (horizontal)
▪ Spatial axis Y (orthogonal)
▪ Spatial axis Z (vertical)
▪ Rotary axis A (gripping yoke)
▪ Rotary axis B (double spindle)
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2 Safety | 2.1 Description of safety instructions
2 Safety
2.1 Description of safety instructions
2.1.1 Warning symbol
Warning symbol
2.1.2 Structure
DANGER
The introduction describes the type and source of the hazard.
This section describes the potential consequences of non-observance.
▶ The optional step contains necessary measures for avoiding hazards.
2.1.3 Description of hazardous steps
Safety instructions with three hazard levels are used in this document for avoiding
personal and property damage.
CAUTION
CAUTION
indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to property damage or minor to mo‐
derate injury.
WARNING
indicates a hazardous situation that can lead to serious injury or death.
WARNING
DANGER
DANGER
indicates a maximum hazardous situation that can directly cause serious injury or
death.
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2.2 Proper use
Note
Any waste which is generated must be recycled or disposed of in a manner which
is safe both for people and for the environment. This must be done in strict com‐
pliance with all applicable national regulations.
Questions on proper disposal of the KaVo product can be answered byKaVo
Everest-Hotline.
2.2.1 General
"Proper use" also includes compliance with all of the information in the operating
instructions and ensuring that all inspection and servicing work is performed as
scheduled.
The user must ensure that that the device works properly and is in a satisfactory
condition before each use.
During use, national legal regulations must be observed, in particular:
▪ the applicable health and safety regulations.
▪ the applicable accident prevention regulations.
Note
The product must be cleaned and serviced according to instructions if it is not to
be used for a long period.
Observe the corresponding country-specific regulations when finally shutting down
a KaVo product. Please direct all questions regarding the proper disposal of KaVo
products to the nearest KaVo branch.
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2.2.2 Product-specific
The KaVo Everest engine Base Camp is a milling/grinding unit for manufacturing
dental prostheses and carrying out other precision engineering work. Any other form
of use or use which exceeds this scope is deemed to be non-proper use.
Note
For problem-free handling of the system, carefully follow the operating instructions
and the handbook of the supplied control PC.
Do not install any additional software on the control PC of the
KaVo Everest engine Base Camp .
Do not change the system settings on the control PC of the
KaVo Everest engine Base Camp . Exception: Date, time, time zone and regional
settings)
When using the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp follow all applicable health and
safety regulations and observe the safety data sheets.
TheKaVo Everest engine Base Camp must only be operated with the housing in
place.
The unit must only be repaired and serviced by technicians trained by KaVo.
You must only connect devices (PCs etc.) to the
KaVo Everest engine Base Camp which comply with the standards DIN/EN/IEC
60950, UL 60950 or CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 60950-00 for data processing devices.
Residual risks
The KaVo Everest engine Base Camp has been built according to the state-of-theart and in accordance with the recognised rules of technical safety. Despite this, use
of the unit can still endanger the health or even life of the person using it or could
cause material damage to the machine or other property. The Kavo Everest engine
Base Camp must only be used for the proper intended purpose, and it must also
only be used when in perfect and technically safe working order. Any faults which
could have an adverse effect on safety must be rectified immediately.
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3 Product description
3.1 KaVo Everest engine Base Camp
Milling/grinding unit
PC Monitor and Keyboard
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ID reader and adapter
max
min
Everest R
engine
Coolant/lubricant unit
Control PC
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Power pack with power switch ① to turn off the power supply.
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3.1.1 Equipment safety symbol definitions.
Consult user instructions
Power supply - OFF
Laser warning plate
Note on laser outlet
Safety instruction plate showing wavelength and laser
class information
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Where to affix laser-related warning plates and display laser beam
emission.
① Laser warning sign
② Safety warning sign with information
about the wavelength and the laser
class
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③ Laser beam outlet opening
④ Notice of the laser beam outlet open‐
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3.1.2 Type plate and power rating plate
The type plates containing the information shown below are located on the outer
right-hand side of the inner housing and next to the rubber connector of the power
supply:
Type
REF
SN
Type number
Material number
Serial number
Date of manufacture
Follow instructions for use!
Information on disposal
CSA US mark
VDE mark
GS mark
CE mark
Milling/grinding unit type plate
Power supply type plate
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Type plate of the 100 V cooling lubricant unit
Type plate of the 120 V cooling lubricant unit
Type plate of the 230 V cooling lubricant unit
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3.2 Milling/grinding unit
1
2
T1
T2
Everest
engine
3
Evere
st engin
e
① Door
② Control panel
③ Chip drawer
④ Double spindle
⑤ Gripping yoke
⑥ Locking screws
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3.3 Control panel
T1
T2
R
Everest engine
1
T1
Tool indicator T1 (rough working)
Tool indicator T2 (smoothing)
T2
Coolant/lubricant function key
Stop function key
Start function key
Initial state function key
Extractor unit function key
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3.3.1 Function of the controls
Tool indicators T1/T2
T1
Indicate which tool of the double spindle is in operation at the time.
T2
Note
Tool selection is controlled automatically by the system and is not affected by
pressing the control panel.
Coolant/lubricant function key
Lights up if the the coolant/lubricant discharge is in operation.
Note
Coolant/lubricant discharge is done automatically. Pressing the function key Coo‐
lant/Lubricant Discharge is reserved for the Service Technician.
Stop function key
Interrupts the manufacturing process.
Stops the movements of the milling/grinding unit.
Lights up if the manufacturing process is not running.
Start function key
Starts the manufacturing process.
Continues the manufacturing process after an interruption.
Lights up during the manufacturing process.
Initial state function key
The milling/grinding unit runs in the initial state, if at first the function keyStop has
been pressed.
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Extractor unit function key
Lights up if the extractor unit is active.
Note
The extractor unit is activated automatically. Pressing the function key Extractor
Unit is reserved for the Service Technician.
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3.4 Milling body
The following tools are available for processing the round blanks:
Figure
Tool
Milling pin 3
Milling tool for
rough machining
Milling pin 1
Milling tool for fi‐
ne machining
Milling pin ZS 3,
long
Milling tool for
rough machining
Milling pin ZS 1,
long
Milling tool for fi‐
ne machining
Milling pin ZS 1
Grinding tool for
fine machining
Rough machi‐
ning (T 1) / fini‐
shing (T 2)
Rough machi‐
ning (T 1)
Diameter in mm Materials
Material number
3
Titanium
1.001.5999
Finishing (T 2)
1
Titanium
1.001.5998
Rough machi‐
ning (T 1)
3
ZS, C-Temp
1.004.8064
Finishing (T 2)
1
ZS
1.004.8063
Finishing (T 2)
1
C-Temp
1.002.8027
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3.5 Clamping yokes
Figure
Clamping yoke
Clamping yoke for reference objects only
3 4
1 2
Clamping yoke for round blank
Tension rings ZS 100 x 16/25
Tension rings ZS 100 x 20
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3.6 Software
The program window is made up of the following components:
① Menu bar
② Tool bar
③ Job window
④ Status window
⑤ Message window
⑥ Tool window
⑦ Status display for the CAM process
⑧ Gripping yoke selection field
⑨ Workpiece space display:
⑩ Progress bar
The production process is controlled with the aid of the program Everest engine
Base Camp Control .
3.6.1 Menu bar
The menu bar contains the following menus: Job, Machine, Tools, Help
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Task menu
Controlling the manufacturing process.
Machine menu
Selection of the program for changing tool and gripping yoke and for cleaning the
work room. Menu item Diagnosis is reserved for the Service Technician.
Help menu
Under menu itemInfo: version information.
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3.6.2 Tool bar
By clicking on the symbols in the tool bar, the indidivual menu items can be selected
directly:
Update symbol
Loads the current task data into the task view.
Manufacture symbol
Starts the manufacturing process.
Autostart symbol
By clicking on the autostart symbol you can enter with what delay you want the
engine to start the manufacturing process.
Door must be closed.
Cancel symbol
Cancels the manufacturing process.
End symbol
Exiting the program.
Only use this button to exit the Everest Base Camp Control!
Tool change symbol
See also: 5.3 Changing the tool, Page 55
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Gripping yoke change symbol
See also: 5.2 Changing the gripping yoke, Page 53
Cleaning symbol
Clicking on the "cleaning" symbol prepares the engine for cleaning the working are‐
as.
3.6.3 Job window
In the Job window you can switch between viewing the new order and orders which
have already been processed.
The jobs are displayed together with the job number, surname/first name of the
patient, circular blank designation, tooth number and type of work.
A new menu opens up when you right-click on a job in the Job window.
With the aid of this menu you can duplicate a job, move it to the "Already processed
jobs" folder or delete it.
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In the "already processed tasks" menu there are all tasks which have already been
processed.
3.6.4 Status view
Displays the current operating status of the milling/grinding unit and the relevant
time.
3.6.5 Message view
Displays error messages.
3.6.6 Tool window
The tool view shows the tools needed for the selected task.
3.6.7 Progress bar
The progress bar shows the progress of the manufacturing process being run.
3.6.8 Workpiece space display:
Workpiece space display for gripping yoke/circular blank
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3.7 Circular blanks management
① "Position work" selection field
② "Define bars" selection field
③ "Set pins" selection field
④ "Jobs for current items" selection
field
⑤ "Finish positioning" selection field
⑥ Status bar
⑦ "Circular blanks" work area
⑧ "Circular blank" information window
⑨ "Gripping yokes" position button
3.7.1 Position work selection field
The work can be rotated in the "Position work" selection field.
A selected object can be rotated using the arrow keys or with the key combinations
"ALT" and "-" or "Alt" and "+".
Alternatively, the object can also be rotated by left-clicking it with the mouse and
then slowly dragging the mouse to the left or right.
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To move an object or a pin which has been set, click on the object with the right
mouse button.
If an object cannot be moved, the block can be cancelled by pressing the SHIFT
key and right-clicking on the object at the same time.
3.7.2 Define bars selection field
The production status of the bars is defined in the "Define bars" selection field.
Option field
Activate (blue)
Reduce (brown)
Cut (green)
Delete (red)
Production status
The bar is produced in the normal way.
The cross-section of the bar is reduced at the end of
the milling process depending on the material.
The bar is cut at the end of the milling process.
The bar proposed by the system is deleted.
In order to select the status you will first need to activate the required option field
and then centrally click on the bar.
Note
You must not delete all of the bars. More information can be found in the processing
instructions for the relevant material.
3.7.3 Set pins selection field
Pins can be set on the work in the "Set pins" selection field. "Set pins" should only
be used for ZS blanks, for indication refer to the ZS processing instructions.
A pin is created via the "+ set new pin" key. This can then be carefully positioned
on the work.
The "- delete existing pin“ key can be used to select and delete a superfluous pin.
To move a pin, right-click it with the mouse.
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3 Product description | 3.7 Circular blanks management
3.7.4 Overview of assigned jobs
Double-click on a piece of work in the Job window to activate it and then position it.
3.7.5 Finish positioning selection field
With the aid of the "OK" button you can hide the circular blanks management wind‐
ow, and by pressing the "Remove job" button you can delete the selected job.
3.7.6 Circular blank information window
The relevant circular blank appears in the information window together with the cor‐
responding material and lot no.
3.7.7 Gripping yokes position button
You can change from space 1 to space 2 with the "Gripping yoke" position button.
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3 Product description | 3.7 Circular blanks management
3.7.8 Circular blanks work area
The grey area corresponds to the work area of the circular blank. The work must be
fully positioned within the grey area.
Once the work has been produced the grey area changes colour. No work can be
assigned to white areas in the work area.
3.7.9 Status bar
The currently activated part of the work appears in the status bar.
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3 Product description | 3.8 Malfunctions
3.8 Malfunctions
Note
The unit may only be repaired and serviced by technicians trained by KaVo.
See also: 1.5 Important instructions, Page 9
A list of possible faults together with their causes and remedies is saved in the
Everest engine Base Camp Control program. In the event of a malfunction a corre‐
sponding message is automatically displayed which identifies the fault and its cause
and indicates how to remedy it.
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3 Product description | 3.9 Technical data and requirements
3.9 Technical data and requirements
3.9.1 Everest engine Base Camp - overall (operating conditions)
Operating mode
Continuous mode
Power rating
max. 900 W
Protection class
1
Contamination level
2
Overvoltage category
II
Place of use
Use in interiors
Max. height above NN
2,000 m
Temperature range
15 °C to 40° C
Max. relative air humidity
of 80% for temperatures up to 31°C, li‐
nearly decreasing up to 50% relative air
humidity at 40°C
Voltage fluctuations
No greater than ± 10% of rated voltage
Rated frequency
50/60 Hz
Rated voltages
100 / 120 / 230 V
Noise level
< 80 dB(A)
Laser
Class 1 laser
3.9.2 Milling/grinding unit dimensions:
Width
880 mm
Front foot gap
560 mm
Rear foot gap
480 mm
Depth (without handle)
760 mm
Depth (without door)
710 mm
Complete depth
835 mm
Foot distance
350 mm
Height
1,170 mm
Weight
Approx. 280 kg
3.9.3 Dimensions of engine control unit incl. PC
Width
560 mm
Depth (incl. PC)
550 mm
Height (incl. PC)
550 mm
Weight (incl. PC)
Approx. 47 kg
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3.9.4 Power supply unit fuses
2
3
4
1
230
120
100
Mains fuses (1)
Rated current
10 A
Rated voltage
250 V
Trigger characteristics
T
Breaking capacity
H
24 V fuse (3)
Rated current
3.15 A
Rated voltage
250 V
Trigger characteristics
T
Breaking capacity
L
130 V fuse (4)
Rated current
6.3 A
Rated voltage
250 V
Trigger characteristics
T
Breaking capacity
H
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3.9.5 Cooling lubricant unit
Width:
600 mm
Depth:
510 mm
Height:
760 mm
Weight:
Approx. 34 kg
Coolant/lubricant:
Approx. 50 litres
Fuses (2)
Rated current:
6.3 A
Rated voltage:
250 V
Trigger characteristics:
T
Breaking capacity:
H
3.9.6 Compressed air
Compressed air connection: DN10 rapid 6 bar (+/- 0.5 bar)
action coupling
Compressed air consumption:
max. 60 NL/h
Note
Ensure that the cross-section of the supply lines is big enough.
Compressed air requirements (in accordance with ISO 8573-1:2001
(E)):
Pressure dew point (class 3)
max. -20°C
Overall oil content (class 1)
max. 0.01 mg/m3
Contamination by solid particles
(Class 1)
Particle size d
0.1 < d ≤ 0.5 µm
0.5 < d ≤ 1.0 µm
1.0 < d ≤ 5.0 µm
maximum number
100/m3
1/m3
0
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4 First use | 4.1 Location
4 First use
Note
The Kavo Everest engine Base Camp must only be started up by engineers trained
by Kavo.
If the KaVo Everest engine has been transported and delivered at very low tem‐
peratures (below 0°C), malfunctions can occur if it is operated immediately. Wait
at least two days before start-up.
When unpacking and setting up, proceed with extreme caution in order to prevent
accidental damage to the device.
Note
The KaVo Everest engine Base Camp must be set up so that the mains discon‐
nection switch can be activated without difficulty at any time.
4.1 Location
The above arrangement is recommended:
① Milling/grinding unit
② ID reader
③ PC monitor, keyboard and mouse
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④ Cooling lubricant unit
⑤ Power supply
⑥ Control PC
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4 First use | 4.1 Location
CAUTION
Damage or injury from improper setup or the wrong location.
When setting up the device and choosing a location, a series of factors must be
observed to prevent damage and injury:
▶ Only use the provided device to transport the milling/grinding unit due to its
weight.
▶ Only trained personnel may move the milling/grinding unit.
▶ Since the milling and grinding unit is so heavy, make sure that the table or row
of cabinets is sufficiently stable and large enough (weight bearing capacity over
300 kg).
▶ Make sure that the unit is set up on a perfectly level surface.
▶ The KaVo Everest engine Base Camp must be set up so that the mains dis‐
connection switch can be activated without difficulty at any time.
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4.2 Connection
Note
When running mains current circuits and EDP circuits, the relevant regulations
must be complied with!
When connecting up appliances, proceed with the greatest care and attention so
as to avoid any damage to cables and plug-fit connections.
4.2.1 System connection
▶ Connect the components of the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp according to
the connection plan.
50P
37P
B A Z
Y X
x4
37P
x8
NET
50P
m ax
x4
m in
x8
Connection diagram
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Power supply unit
(X)
(Y)
X-Axis Stepper Motor Power Supply
Y-Axis Stepper Motor Power Supply
Z-Axis Stepper Motor Power Supply
A-Axis Stepper Motor Power Supply
(B) B-Axis Stepper Motor Power Supply
(x1) Control cable to milling-grinding unit
(37P)
(Z)
(A)
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Stepper motor control to PC (B axis)
Stepper motor control to PC (X, Y, Z,
A axis)
① Mains input
② Coolant/lubricant pump power supply
③ Spindle motor power supply
(x4)
(x8)
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X8
X6
X4
PC
① ID reader input
PLC interface to the milling/grinding
unit (50P)
(X4:)Stepping motor actuation (B-axis)
(X6)
② Network
(X8) Stepping motor actuation (X, Y, Z, Aaxis)
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4 First use | 4.2 Connection
4.2.2 Milling/grinding unit connection
50P
37P
① Power supply to the stepping motors
② Mains cable for the aerosol extraction
③ PLC interface to the PC
④ Aerosol extraction hose
⑤ Control cable to the power supply
⑥ Cooling lubricant drain hose
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4 First use | 4.2 Connection
4.2.3 Compressed air connection
CAUTION
Damage as a result of incorrect fitting
Damage may occur if it is not fitted correctly
▶ Fit the maintenance unit of the compressed air line vertically.
▶ Connect compressed air line ① to supply available in the building.
See also: "Technical data" in the instructions for use
▶ Set air pressure on the manometer of the maintenance unit ② to 5.5 bar.
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4 First use | 4.2 Connection
4.2.4 Coolant/lubricant unit connection
① Mains cable for the cooling lubricant
pump
② Mains cable for the aerosol extraction
③ Cooling lubricant supply hose
④ Connecting cable between power
supply and pump
⑤ Aerosol extraction hose
⑥ Cooling lubricant drain hose
▶ Connect the cooling lubricant drain hose.
▶ In the cooling lubricant container, mix 1 part cooling lubricant concentrate (Mat.
No. 1.001.6002) with 24 parts clean tap water (an entire filling corresponds to
48 l water and 2 l concentrate).
▶ Perform a test with a KaVo Everest base test and KaVo Everest combination
test.
▶ Fit the cooling lubricant cover.
▶ Connect the cooling lubricant supply hose.
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4.2.5 Electrical connection
Note
Observe country-specific regulations with reference to building installation.
Ensure that the rated voltage and rated frequency of the milling/grinding unit are
the same as the rated voltage and the rated frequency of the building installation.
Ensure that the rated voltage and rated frequency of the coolant/lubricant pump
are the same as the rated voltage and rated frequency of the building installation.
The mains plug is to be used as a mains disconnection device.
▶ Insert mains plug into mains socket of the building installation, provided so that
it is easily reached, and installed in accordance with the regulations.
▶ Check whether the rated voltage and rated frequency correspond to the details
on the type plate and the voltage pre-selection. Adjust the settings as required.
Note
Use coolant/lubricant pump with the correct rated voltage and rated frequency:
100 V 50 Hz
120 V 60 Hz
230 V 50 Hz
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4 First use | 4.2 Connection
4.2.6 Voltage adjustment
B
A
Z
+24V
T10H 250
V
T6,3L 250
230
V
120
T3,15L
Y
x8
M
3~
X
x4
+130V
x1
250V
100
T6,3L 250
V
▶ Disconnect the power entry module ① from the power supply and pull out the
fuse drawer ③ from the power entry module.
▶ Remove the fuse holder ② from the fuse drawer and turn it so that the required
voltage value appears in the inspection window.
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4.2.7 Computer network connection
Note
The Everest scan Base Camp can send jobs to the Everest engine and to the
Everest engine Base Camp.
By contrast, the Everest scan pro and the Everest scan pro eco can only transmit
jobs to the Everest engine.
▶ If just one KaVo Everest engine Base Camp is to be connected without a network
to KaVo Everest scan Base Camp attach network cable RJ 45 (cross-over) to
the NET connection on the rear of the control PC.
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▶ If a network is available, connect the PC using standard network cables (not
supplied with the unit).
Data transfer options:
① Everest
② Everest Base Camp
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5 Operation | 5.1 Starting up the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp
5 Operation
CAUTION
Damage caused by incorrect operation
Damage can be caused if the unit is operated incorrectly or it is operated without
the housing in place.
▶ When using the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp follow all applicable health
and safety regulations and observe the safety data sheets.
▶ TheKaVo Everest engine Base Camp must only be operated with the housing
in place.
The following steps are required in order to operate the KaVo Everest engine Base
Camp:
▪ Starting up the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp
▪ Changing the gripping yoke
▪ Changing tools
▪ Inserting circular blanks
▪ Assigning a job to the circular blank spaces
– Registering the circular blank with the ID reader
– Processing the work in the circular blank management system
▪ Producing workpieces
– Saving the job with the ID reader to the circular blank
– Production
– Finishing the circular blank with the ID reader
5.1 Starting up the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp
Note
When starting up the KaVo Everest engine Base Camp , follow the sequence in‐
dicated here.
▶ Turn on the power supply.
▶ Turn on the control PC and monitor and wait until the hourglass icon on the
Windows desktop is no longer seen.
▶ Double-click on the KaVo logo.
The Everest engine Control Base Camp program is started.
The status window shows the message "Perform reference run".
▶ Press the function keyStart on the control panel (alternatively: press the function
keyBasic position).
The status window shows the message Machine active. The milling/grinding unit
performs the reference run and then stops in the basic position The status window
shows the message Machine in basic position.
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5 Operation | 5.2 Changing the gripping yoke
5.2 Changing the gripping yoke
To change the gripping yoke, you need to change the following procedure:
▶ In the program Everest Base Camp Control in the menu Machine, select the
submenu Gripping yoke replacement.
▶ Press the function keyStart on the control panel.
The gripping yoke tilts so that it can be changed easily. An appropriate message
appears on the screen.
▶ Open the door of the milling/grinding unit.
▶ Undo the gripping yoke on both sides with a 6 mm Allen key.
▶ Pull out the gripping yoke.
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5 Operation | 5.2 Changing the gripping yoke
▶ Insert a new gripping yoke, press as far back as it will go, and screw both sides
tight.
Note
Whenever you replace the gripping yoke, make sure that the circular blank spaces,
the bearings and the guidance of the gripping yoke are clean and coated with a
thin film of oil.
▶ Close the door of the milling/grinding unit.
▶ Press the Start function key on the control panel.
The milling/grinding unit makes a reference run and then remains in its initial state.
It is now ready to be used again.
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5 Operation | 5.3 Changing the tool
5.3 Changing the tool
Note
A suitable torque wrench (2.5 mm) for changing tools is included with the unit.
▶ In the program Everest Base Camp Control in the menu Machine, select the
submenu Tool change. Key combination [Alt] + [W]).
▶ Function keyStart on the control panel.
The double spindle runs in the centre and remains in a horizontal position so that
the tool can be changed.
An appropriate message appears on the monitor.
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5 Operation | 5.3 Changing the tool
▶ Undo the stud bolt ① at the tool mounting using the torque wrench (2.5 mm)
④, but without fully removing it.
▶ Remove old tool.
▶ Select a new tool according to the details in the tool table.
See also: 3.4 Milling body, Page 25
CAUTION
Damage to the Tool by Improper Handling
If the tool is not covered with a film of oil and if moisture gets into the tool seat, this
can cause damage to the tool.
▶ When using the tool, ensure that the tool is covered with a thin film of oil and
that no moisture gets into the tool seat.
Note
For longer breaks in operation (one week or more), the tool must be removed from
the tool seat.
▶ Insert new tool ⑥ into the tool seat so that the clamping surface ⑦ points for‐
wards - keep inserting until it reaches the stop position.
See also: 5.3 Changing the tool, Fig.: , Page 56
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5 Operation | 5.3 Changing the tool
▶ Gently press the tool ② into the tool mounting and screw in the stud bolt ① at
the same time.
The tool is in the correct position if, after gently tightening the screw, it can only be
moved within the two inside recess grooves.
▶ Tighten the stud bolt ① using the torque wrench ④ until an acoustic signal
sounds.
▶ Close the door of the milling/grinding unit.
▶ Function keyStart on the control panel.
The double spindle moves to its basic position.
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5 Operation | 5.4 Inserting circular blanks
5.4 Inserting circular blanks
Note
During a single process step, only equip the gripping yoke with circular blanks that
can be processed with the same tools.
Note
An O-ring must be permanently inserted in the circular blank gripping yoke. If the
O-ring fails or becomes damaged, replace it with a new one.
▶ Open the door of the milling/grinding unit.
▶ Release tenterhook ② at the mounting spaces with a 5 mm Allen key ① and
turn it to the open position.
▶ Insert circular blank ② into the circular blank gripping yoke ③. In the case of a
ZS circular blank also insert the matching tension ring ①.
▶ At the mounting spaces, turn the tenterhook over the circular blank or relevant
tension ring and tighten evenly.
▶ Close the door of the milling/grinding unit.
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5 Operation | 5.5 Assigning jobs to the workpiece spaces
5.5 Assigning jobs to the workpiece spaces
Note
This procedure is identical for all materials.
Note
Each job must be separately assigned to a circular blank space.
▶ Click on the Update icon. (Alternatively: use the key combination [Alt]+[A])
The jobs transmitted by the KaVo Everest scan Base Camp appear in the jobs
overview.
▶ Select the required job in the jobs overview.
5.5.1 CAM module
▶ Assign a circular blank space to the job.
The "Define blank" window opens.
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5 Operation | 5.5 Assigning jobs to the workpiece spaces
▶ Define the blank with the aid of the ID reader. To do this, hold the ID reader
centrally over the Everest chip and read in the current status of the circular
blanks.
Once the circular blanks have been read in successfully, the data for the blank
(including material, size, shrinkage factor and lot number) are acquired.
The "Circular blanks management" window opens.
See also: 3.7 Circular blanks management, Page 32
By clicking on the work with the right mouse button you can move the work and then
position it correctly as required.
A job must be activated before you can make any changes to it. You can tell that a
job has been activated by the blue border around the work.
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▶ Left-click with the mouse on the grey border of the work to activate the work.
The border around the work changes colour from grey to blue.
▶ After activating the job, change the work as required using the options "Position
work", "Define bars" and "Set pins".
▶ Click on "OK" to hide the "Circular blanks management" window.
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5 Operation | 5.6 Producing workpieces
5.6 Producing workpieces
TheKaVo Everest engine Base Camp automatically checks at the start of every
production process whether the tools are inserted in the correct holder (T1 or T2).
If a tool is inserted incorrectly then a corresponding error message is displayed
together with a request to replace the tool.
Note
Using an incorrect tool can damage the workpiece, the gripping yoke and the mil‐
ling/grinding unit.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Risk of injury from the use of compressed air
Injuries can occur when using compressed air, if the necessary protective equip‐
ment is not used.
▶ Wear safety goggles.
Damage to the Spindle
The spindle may be damaged by the improper use of compressed air.
▶ Only ever direct compressed air onto the workpieces, and never to the spindle.
▶ Change tool as required.
▶ Assign jobs to the circular blanks.
See also: 5.5 Assigning jobs to the workpiece spaces, Page 59
▶ Click on the Manufacture symbol in the program window.
▶ Using the ID reader, save the jobs to circular blanks.
The following message appears in the status view: NC Program loaded into the
machine and a request to check the correct selection of tool and blank appears.
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5 Operation | 5.6 Producing workpieces
▶ Press the Start function key on the control panel.
The milling/grinding unit produces one piece of work after another. The status wind‐
ow shows the message Machine active.
When producing the circular blanks, the gripping yoke automatically switches over
after producing the cavity and then mills the occlusion.
At the end of the production process the milling/grinding unit returns to its basic
position. The status window shows the message "Production finished".
▶ Open the door of the milling/grinding unit.
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▶ Finish off the circular blank with the ID reader in order to save the current status.
▶ Loosen the tenterhooks at the circular blanks.
▶ Take out the circular blank.
▶ Cut off the dental restoration according to the processing instructions.
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6 Maintenance | 6.1 Cleaning and care
6 Maintenance
6.1 Cleaning and care
Note
Do not use any solvent, such as nitro, peroxide, sanitary cleaner, alcohol cleaner
and grease cleaner.
6.1.1 Daily
▶ Every time you use the unit, first make sure that the workpiece spaces on the
gripping yoke are clean and coated in a thin film of oil.
▶ Empty the chips drawer and clean it.
▶ Check the fill level of the cooling lubricant at the cooling lubricant unit.
The coolant lubricant level must be between the minimum and maximum marks.
▶ Top up with cooling lubricant if required.
6.1.2 Weekly
▶ Vacuum out the interior of the milling/grinding unit at least once a week (more
often during intensive use) or clean with a paintbrush.
▶ Have the interior of the milling/grinding unit automatically cleaned at least once
a week (more often during intensive use). To do this select menu itemClean
working area on theMachine menu and press the Start function key on the control
panel.
See also: Chapter 3.6 Software
▶ Wipe the exterior casing and the viewing window with a dry, lint-free cloth or
remove any dirt with a damp cloth and clean or soapy water.
▶ Check the pH-value and concentration of the coolant/lubricant, and adjust as
needed.
See also:
KaVo Everest combination test instructions
KaVo Everest base test instructions
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6 Maintenance | 6.1 Cleaning and care
Using a candle filter (optional accessory)
Candle filter (Mat.
no. 1.005.2070)
① Candle filter outlet
② Candle filter inlet
③ Sump
Installing the candle filter
▶ Connect the candle filter inlet ② to the cooling lubricant supply hose.
See also: 4.2.4 Coolant/lubricant unit connection, Page 47
▶ Connect the candle filter outlet ① to the cooling lubricant unit.
Cleaning the candle filter
Note
The nylon straining elements can be reused after cleaning.
▶ With the machine turned off, unscrew the sump from the candle filter.
▶ Clean the nylon straining elements under running water.
▶ Screw the sump and nylon straining element correctly together with the candle
filter.
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6.1.3 Quarterly
Replacement of the setscrews of the double spindle
▶ Replace the setscrews (Mat. no. 1.004.6876) used to fasten the milling bodies.
Replacement of the filter of the cooling lubricant unit
▶ Undo the four casing screws.
▶ Remove the casing.
▶ Remove old filter.
▶ Insert a new filter (Mat. no. 1.002.0534).
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▶ Place on casing.
▶ Push the casing in the direction of the arrow while tightening the four screws.
Replacement of cooling lubricant and the filter sack
Note
After around 3 months (depending on the level of use) the cooling lubricant and the
filter sack should be replaced and properly disposed of. The waste code is indicated
on the canister of the cooling lubricant.
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6 Maintenance | 6.1 Cleaning and care
Cooling lubricant container with filter sack
① Cable tie
② Curved drain connection part
③ Filter sack
▶ Remove the cooling lubricant connections.
See also: 4.2.4 Coolant/lubricant unit connection, Page 47
▶ Undo the screws and remove the cooling lubricant cover.
▶ Discard the filter sack and the cooling lubricant solution (the waste code is indi‐
cated on the canister of the cooling lubricant).
▶ Insert a new filter sack. Take care to ensure that the curved drain connection
part is correctly positioned and that the filter sack lies without any kinks in the
container.
▶ Secure the filter sack with a cable tie.
▶ Mix the cooling lubricant.
See also: 4.2.4 Coolant/lubricant unit connection, Page 47
▶ Fit and tighten the cooling lubricant cover.
▶ Reattach the cooling lubricant connections.
See also: 4.2.4 Coolant/lubricant unit connection, Page 47
Note
After replacing the cooling lubricant, make sure that the corrugated hose does not
have any loops.
Make sure that there is a slight downward gradient in the aerosol extraction hose.
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7 Declaration of conformity
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