Doku_HBM 8_25.11.2014_V01.1_E - DIN A5

Doku_HBM 8_25.11.2014_V01.1_E - DIN A5
Operating Manual
Hand-guided Milling Machine
HBM 8
Reference
:
Hand-guided Milling Machine
Short Term
:
HBM 8
Documentation
:
starting with A04-008-0001
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Imprint
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Company:
MGS –Milling & Grinding –Systems GmbH
Adresse:
Schwalbenweg 2
66620 Nonnweiler-Braunshausen
Phone:
+49-(0)6873 / 6690021
Fax.:
+49-(0)6873 / 6690020
Mail:
[email protected]
Mobile:
+49 -(0)160-7742434
Internet:
www.mgs-maschinen.de
Managing Director:
Guido Schnur
Entry in Commercial Register:
HRB 101 269 Amtsgericht Saarbrücken
VAT Identification Number:
DE 291 965 479
Relevant chamber:
Arbeitskammer des Saarlandes
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Table of Contents
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Subjet
Page
Front page
Imprint
Table of contents
Machine identification number
General safety information
Specific safety instructions
General Information
Components and intended use
Technical data
Operating
Vibration measurement
On-Time
Setting and adjustment of bevel size
Standard milling machine
Indexable cutting inserts for bevels
Indexable cutting inserts for radius
Setting and adjustment of radius
Operating of the machine
Schedule of maintenance
Service
Parts list - gear
Parts list - motor
Warranty conditions
EC Declaration of conformity
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Machine Identification
Number
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Dear customer,
You have decided in favor of a high-quality hand guided bevel milling machine
of type HBM 8, which will enable you to easily and rapidly do your beveling
work of a real high quality. To ensure that the machine is used safely and professionally we recommend you and your colleagues to thoroughly read these
operating instructions and to make the user acquainted with the machine.
A careful handling of the machine will prevent accidents, reduce costs and improve the quality of your work piece.
Before being packed and delivered to you, the machine has been closely tested
and checked. In order to be able to help you as fast and efficient as possible
we would ask you to kindly indicate the MGS machine identification number
in any case.
This number is to be found in the supplied operating manual and engraved on
the gearbox flange of the machine.
Machine identification No. :
_______________________________
(registered)
Gearbox flange
(engraved)
We thank you for using our machines and wish you always the best results
when working with our machines.
Your MGS –Team
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General safety Information
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5. General Safety Information
Before using the machine, the operating manual and the safety information have to be
read in full and all instructions contained therein have to be followed. Safety instructions such as DIN, VDE, CEE, AFNOR and further instructions valid in the country of use
have to be strictly observed.
These instructions cover the operating and handling of the machine including tools and
accessories as well as machine maintenance.
Disregarding these established safety recommendations may cause serious hazards. It
must be garanteed that the machine operator has clearly understood the following
recommendations and that he has access to them at any time.
The steps given below must be taken by the operator in any case to avoid improper
handling of the machine or to prevent accidents.
Installation
•
The machine must only be connected to the voltage indicated on the machine's
label.
Danger to life from electrocution
•
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Before starting maintenance work disconnect the machine from the power
plug. The machine has to be unplugged and volt-free.
Before each use check plug, cable and machine for signs of damage.
The machine must be kept dry and not used in damp locations or humid environments.
If used outdoor, the machine must be protected by a residual-current circuit
breaker with a maximum tripping current of 30.
Insert plug only when machine is switched off. Disconnect machine from power
plug after use.
Mandatory working clothes
•
•
Always wear safety goggles, ear protection, protective gloves and safety shoes
when working with the machine.
Wear tight-fitting clothes.
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Safety Information
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6.
Specific Safety Instructions:
Improper use can cause serious injury
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Don't reach with your hand into working area.
Always hold the machine with two hands.
Make sure you always have a safe position when working with the machine.
Never touch the milling head when the machine is running.
Do not use the machine for overhead work.
The machine should only be used for up-cut milling.
Risk of injury from metal chips
•
Hot chips are ejected from the machine at high speed.
•
Use impact protection.
Risk of injury from ejected indexable inserts
•
•
Use only original MGS inserts and clamping screws.
Tighten the clamp screws with 3 – 4 Nm torque.
Health risk in case of inhaling cutting oil
•
•
Sufficient venting is essential for working with cutting oil.
Do not inhale arising vapors.
Improper use can damage equipment and property
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Risk of machine being damaged or destroyed.
Do not lift or carry the machine by its power cable.
Make sure the cable is directed behind and away from the machine.
Do not pull the cable over sharp edges.
Servicing and testing must be done by qualified personnel only.
Always use original MGS spare parts and accessories.
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General Information
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7. General Handling
a. Security
For all maintenance work the
machine must be disconnected from the
power supply system!
b. Working Direction
Using our hand guided milling machines, always work
against the direction of rotation of the milling head
('up-cut milling').
This means to observe the working direction from
left to right in case of plate working starting in front
at the top
and clockwise in case of working on bore holes or
channels.
c. Bore Diameter or Inner Radius
In order to avoid a hooking of the cutting plates on
starting the beveling of bore holes, the bore hole
should always be at least 1.5 fold of the guide
bearing.
In case of guide bearing of 45° milling machine the
bore diameter is thus 24 mm x 1.5 = 36 mm.
Considering sufficient inner radius for beveling of
inner radius is also very important for safe working!
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Functional parts
Intended use
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8. Description of machine
1
2
3
4
5
3
2
1
rear handle
motor
front handle
vernier scale
guide
4
6 speed control
7 on switch with lock-out feature
8 Milling head with cutting inserts
9 Guide bearing
10 set ring for height
12
adjustment
11
11 height clamping
10
12 height scale
13 locking button
5
13
6
9
8
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Intended use:
The hand guided edge milling machine HBM 8 is an electrically powered
machine for the working of work pieces made of:
Steel, cast steel, fine-grained steel, stainless steel,
aluminium, aluminium alloys, brass and plastics
The machine is designed for industrial use in industry and small trade.
•
for preparing K, V, X and Y shaped welding grooves.
•
for creating visible edges in plant, tool and mechanical engineering
•
for edge rounding to prepare materials for optimal painting or
•
coating or as bump protection.
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Technical Data
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9. Technical Data:
Edge Milling Machine
HBM 8
supply voltage
110 / 230 V
frequency
50/60 Hz
input power
1200 W
idle speed
2000-6500 rpm
approximate weight
3.9 kg
bevel width (material dependent)
aluminium
steel
stainless steel
1-8 mm
1-8 mm
1-6 mm
minimum thickness of work piece
3 mm
smallest contour radius
at 30°
at 45°
at 60°
23 mm
18 mm
18 mm
smallest bore diameter
at 30°
at 45°
at 60°
45 mm
36 mm
36 mm
edge radius
3— 4 mm
Subject to technical modifications and/or amendments by the manufacturer!
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Machine Operation
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10.
Changing the cutting tool
For all maintenance work the
machine must be disconnected from the
power supply system!
Overheated tools and milling head
Attention: burn hazard!
Always wear protective gloves when changing
the cutting tool.
Remove the clamping screw on the side of the
housing with the clamping, using the hexagon
wrench SW 3.
Remove the holder, complete with the guiding
plate, downwards.
To block the drive shaft, unscrew the threaded
pin using the hexagon wrench SW3.
.
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Machine Operation
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Changing the cutting tool
After twisting the spindle, put the cotter
pin driver Ø 5mm trough the housing and
spindle, blocking the spindle. .
Do not use the lock button for changing the
milling head.
Put the machine on a solid base and set the
hook wrench. Remove the milling head
counter clock wise
and unscrew it from the spindle.
In reverse sequence, a new milling head
can be mounted.
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Indexable inserts
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11. Changing the indexable cutting inserts
Property damage caused by blunt tools
Overcharge of the machine!
Regular testing of tools for abrasion is
recommended.
Please wear protection gloves when changing
the indexable cutting inserts.
For all maintenance work the
machine must be disconnected from the
power supply system!
In order to change the cutting inserts which can be
used with the edge milling machine HBM 8, kindly
proceed as follows:
Place the machine on the upper surface and turn the
guiding plate downwards as much as necessary to
get the cutting inserts totally free so that you can
turn them easily or exchange them.
Always use a Torx T15.
We recommend to change defective plates or insert
screws immediately.
To avoid a turning away of the milling tool, lock
the drive shaft with the lock button.
The carbide inserts must always be mounted in the same drill
hole line.
Mounting the carbide inserts offset will result in imbalance an
can lead to serious damages.
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Noise Emission
Vibrations
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Noise emissions value according to
DIN EN 60745-1
Wear hearing protection!
Note: The measurements were performed on a technically comparable machine.
Noise emission
Value
Emission-noise level (LPA typically
dB (A)
85
Emission-noise level (LWA typically
dB (A)
98
uncertainty K for Emission-noise level
aB
3
Vibration:
Total value of vibration
Unit
Value
DIN 6075
Vibration emission value ah
m/s²
4
uncertainty K for vibration emission value
m/s²
1,5
Advice:
The above mentioned measured values depend on material and application and
can therefore be exceeded.
In case bevels wider than admissible are worked, the values of vibration and
noise are increasing to the same extent.
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On—time
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We fitted our milling machines with an optimal bearing and a very good lubrication
system. This complex construction which was designed for these extreme applications, does not prevent damages if the machine is improperly used. To avoid such
damages the indicated on-time should always be respected.
In addition to the high evolution of heat of the electric motors at the stay and at the
magnetic field there is also more high temperature on milling.
This heat is largely dissipated by the metal chips. In case of longer lasting, continuous
operation the milling head can get hot on operation which on its turn transmits the
heat over the drive shaft to the cabinet and thus also on the driving motor.
A great deal of this heat is dissipated by the ventilators of the electric motors. However,
in case of long lasting operation, especially on high load due to broad bevels, hard material or blunt cutting inserts, this cooling is no longer sufficient and there is the risk
that the isolation of the armature winding is damaged which might lead to short-circuit.
Thus take care that the bevel adjustment is not too high. In case of large bevels it is
better to work a bevel in several strokes. This also involves that there is less vibration
leading to less stress on the person working with the machine, the machine itself and
the cutting inserts. Blunt inserts increase vibration. Therefore care for a timely change
of the cutting inserts. This preventive measure also conserves your machine.
If the motor is getting too hot it is automatically switched off. Let the motor and the
cabinet cool down so that you can continue your work.
Number of strokes
When milling in several strokes there is less vibration and the cutting inserts are
conserved.
bevel width
Power-on time
bis 4mm
bis 6mm
bis 8mm
idle speed
Aluminum, copper,
brass, plastics
1
1
1
5
60-80%
Steel bis 400N/mm²
1
1
2
5
40-60%
Steel bis 600N/mm²
1
1-2
2
5
30-50%
Steel bis 960N/mm²
1
1-2
2
5
20-40%
Stainless steel
1
2
-
4-5
20-40%
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Adjusting the bevel height
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16. Machine adjustments
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The bevelling size is by determined by the height adjustment of the guide bell
and through the milling head angle
The divisions of the scale are indicative; the height adjustment of vernier vernier arrow next arrow are 0.05mm. Thus, you can adjust very precisely the
amount
For this, open the clamp 11 and rotate the guide bell to the desired scale
level. Then close the clamp and the height adjustment is complete.
bevel width at angle
After adjusting customize a sample
piece and check the dimensions.
Due to manufacturing tolerances, a
readjustment may be necessary.
bevel height
30°
45°
60°
1
1,2
1,4
2
2
2,3
2,8
4
3
3,5
4,2
6
4
4,6
5,7
8
5
5,8
7,1
6
6,9
8,5
all specifications in mm
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Standard milling tool
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17a. Standard milling tool
Milling head unit 30°-HBM 8*
Milling head unit completely mounted
Description
Milling head unit
Short description
Number
Order No.
FE-8-30°
1
0101.113-9
*Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
listed parts available separately as spare parts
Pos.
Description
Short description
Number
Order No.
1
Milling head 30° -HBM 8
F8-30°-4
1
0101.313-104
2*
Plates clamping screw
PKS-4x11
3
0101.113.-4
3
Bearing 6200 2ZR
Ø 30,0
2
4*
Locking ring 471
9x1
1
* The positions 2 and 4 are in packaging unit of 10 pieces
delivered.
Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
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Standard milling tool
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17c. Standard milling tool
Milling head unit 45°-R3 -HBM 8
Milling head unit completely mounted
Description
Milling head unit
Short description
Number
Order No.
FE-8-45°-R3
1
0101.113-11
*Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
listed parts available separately as spare parts
Pos.
Description
Short description
Number
Order No.
1
Milling head 45°-HBM 8
F8-45°-5
1
0101.313-105
2*
Plates clamping screw
PKS-4x11
3
0101.113.-4
3*
Locking ring 472
24x1,2
1
4
Bearing 609 2ZR
Ø 24,0
2
5
Sleeve Ø 34,9
H8-R3-1
1
6*
Locking ring 471
9x1
1
* The positions 2,3 and 6 are in packaging unit of 10 pieces
delivered.
Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
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Standard milling tool
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17b. Standard milling tool
Milling head unit 45°-HBM 8*
Milling head unit completely mounted
Description
Milling head unit
Short description
Number
Order No.
FE-8-45°
1
0101.113-10
*Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
listed parts available separately as spare parts
Pos.
Description
Short description
Number
Order No.
1
Milling head 45°-HBM 8
F15-45°-5
1
0101.313-105
2*
Plates clamping screw
PKS-4x11
3
0101.113-4
3
Bearing 609 2ZR
Ø 24,0
2
4*
Locking ring 471
9x1
1
* The positions 2 and 4 are in packaging unit of 10 pieces
delivered.
Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
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Standard milling tool
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17d. Standard milling tool
Milling head unit 45°-R4 -HBM 8
Milling head unit completely mounted
Description
Milling head unit
Short description
Number
Order No.
FE-8-45°-R4
1
0101.113-12
*Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
listed parts available separately as spare parts
Pos.
Description
Short description
Number
Order No.
1
Milling head 45°-HBM 8
F8-45°-5
1
0101.313-105
2*
Plates clamping screw
PKS-4x11
3
0101.113.-4
3
Locking ring 472
24x1,2
1
4
Bearing 609 2ZR
Ø 24,0
2
5*
Sleeve Ø 34,3
H8-R4-2
1
6
Locking ring 471
9x1
1
* The positions 2 and 5 are in packaging unit of 10 pieces
delivered.
Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
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Standard milling tool
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17e. Standard milling tool
Milling unit 60°-HBM 8*
Milling head unit completely mounted
Description
Short description
Number
Order No.
FE-8-60°
1
0101.113-13
Milling head unit
*Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
listed parts available separately as spare parts
Pos.
Description
Short description
Number
1
Milling head 60°-HBM 8
F8-60°-6
1
2*
Plates clamping screw
PKS-4x11
3
3
Bearing 6200 2ZR
Ø 30,0
2
4*
Locking ring 471
9x1
1
Order No.
0101.113.-4
* The positions 2 and 4 are in packaging unit of 10 pieces
delivered.
Milling head units are always delivered without indexable inserts.
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Cutting insert
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22. Consumables
On the HBM 8 following inserts are used :
For milling of bevels =
WP 8
Description
Coating
Colour
Short description
Order-No.
WP 8-X0
Uncoated
Light gray
X-0
0101.213-11
WP 8-X1
ExTin
Gold
X-1
0101.213-12
WP 8-X2
Exxtral
Silver
X-2
0101.213-7
WP 8-X3
Hardcut
Copper
X-3
0101.213-8
WP 8-X4
VTI
Anthrazit
X-4
0101.213-9
WP 8-X5
VTB
Anthrazit
X-5
0101.213-10
Depending on the material to be processed, we offer you
following coatings for indexable inserts:
Material
Coating
Colour
Description
Uncoated
Light gray
X-0
ExTin
Gold
X-1
Stainless steel
Exxtral
Silver
X-2
Steel bis 960 N/mm²
Hardcut
Copper
X-3
Steel bis 600 N/mm²
VTI
Anthrazit
X-4
Steel bis 400 N/mm²
VTB
Anthrazit
X-5
Alu, copper, brass
Universal
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Radius-plate
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23. Consumables
In order to mill with your HBM 8 radii we offer the following
indexable inserts on :
Radius 3mm
Description
WP 8-R3
Coating
Colour
Short description
Order-No.
WP 8-R3-X0
Uncoated
Light gray
X-0
0101.213-13
WP 8-R3-X1
ExTin
Gold
X-1
0101.213-14
Radius 4mm
Description
WP 8-R4
Coating
Colour
Short description
Order-No.
WP 8-R4-X0
Uncoated
Light gray
X-0
0101.213-15
WP 8-R4-X1
ExTin
Gold
X-1
0101.213-16
Other coatings on request.
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Radius
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24. Adjusting the radii:
The lateral position of the radius
to the side of the workpiece is
determined by the guide bearing fitted.
Cutting a lager plate with a plasma cutter
may result in a 7° deviation of the upper
and end faces
of the workpiece.
Depending on how the plate is milled
there can always be different cutting
results.
So if you want to mill a radius R3 mount
the sleeve H8-R3-1 and then adjust the
height of the guide plate.
Customize a test piece and corret the
height adjustment.
The guide plate always closes with the
end of the radii plate.
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Radius
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Important for a well-formed radius is the right adjustment.
Is the guide plate set too low, is
milled your material on the surface
Is the guide plate set too high,
the radius is not completely formed.
If the setting is right, the radius is correct
Important !!
Always pay attention to the correct guide sleeve. Only in this way it is ensured
that the radius can also be laterally milled properly.
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Operation
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26. Operation
Before starting the work
1. Check the material to be processed.
Can the material be milled
Check the drawing (bevel angle, size, processing )
2. Pay attention to a sufficient fixation of the material
For safety reasons,
To reduce vibration (improves the service life of the indexable inserts)
3. Prepare the machine
Select the required milling head off (bevel angle)
Mount it with the correct inserts (depending on material)
Adjust the first cutting height
4. Pay attention to a proper working environment
Ensure that the work area is free of tripping hazards
Ensure that nobody is in the area of the chips flying
Ensure that no flammable objects are in the worksplace
5. Wear your personal protective equipment
Glasses, work gloves, hearing protection, safety shoes and
a leather apron
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Working with the HBM 8:
To exclude accidental starting edge milling machine HBM 8, the starter of the machine
is equipped with a locking startup.
7
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Operation
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Slide this protection switch
7
forwards and then press the starter.
The motor runs as long as the protection switch is locked.
If the motor has reached the set speed, you can start milling.
Please note that you can always up-cut milling. This means that you always work from
left to right and in holes or cutouts in clockwise.
If you have processed your material, remove the machine from the material and press
the start switch through and thus release the lock. Once the motor is switched off wait
for the standstill before placing down the machine.
Check the bevel size and if necessary correct the machine setting.
Recommendation:
In order you get to know your edge milling machine start with a small chamfer
width. You will fast learn the easy handling of the machine and than to edit
larger chamfers.
Please note that the larger the bevel is set the more material must be
removed.
The burden for the user and the machine increases, the vibrations get higher
and the inserts wear out faster.
Often it is better to mill the material in several strokes.
It is better for the machine and the inserts.
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Maintenance
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28. Maintenance
For all maintenance work the
machine must be disconnected from the
power supply system!
All maintenance work and repairs must be executed
by qualified staff.
Attention!
For non-professional repair, the risk of injury increases for the user
and the default risk of your machine rises
1
2
Maintenance plan
3
6
5
4
1
Part to be serviced
Type of maintenance work
Ventilation slots
Clean as required
Materials required
Order-No.
-
-
2 Mitre gear
Replace as required
Lubricating grease
0101.313-100
3 Height-adjuster
Clean and replace as necessary
Lubricating grease
0101.313-100
4 Guide bearing
Replace as necessary
-
See page
5 Indexable cutting
Inserts
Rotate or replace as necessary
-
See page
Set of carbon
brushes
0101.313-178
6
Carbon brushes
Replace as necessary
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Servicing
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29. Servicing
Servicing 1
Check the vents after use of the machine. If necessary clean them so that your
machine can be cooled sufficiently.
inlet air
exhaust air
Servicing 2
Attention !!
To perform a grease change, you have to open the machine. Do not do it
during the warranty period, because otherwise your lose the warranty.
Remove the clamping screw on
the side of the housing with the
clamping, using the hexagon
wrench SW 3.
Remove the holder, complete
with the guiding plate, downwards
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Servicing
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Unscrew the four screws and pull the gearbox unit
with caution. Pay attention to the
distance washers and O- Ring.
Replace the high performance grease.
We recommend Isoflex Topas NCA 51.
Servicing 3
To lubricate the height adjustment, disassemble
the guide plate and screw the lead bell to the top .
Servicing 4
Replace the guide bearings by removing a snap
ring pliers snap ring, pull off the distances and
then can deduct the stock.
Pay attention with mounting the spacer rings.
Servicing 5
Replace inserts
see page 12
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Servicing
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Servicing 6
Replace the carbon brushes
6
The carbon brushes are on the left and right
side under the handle scales 6
6
7
To open this, loosen the 4 screws
handle.
7
on the
Then lift up carefully the left handle scales.
Always make sure that only one handle scales
is removed.
Then you will see the following parts:
8
Connection cable with clamp
9
Coal with connection cable
8
9
10
10
Coil spring
11
11
Rotor
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Servicing
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Servicing 6
Replacing the carbon brushes
Pull carefully the power cord
on the plug connection.
8
Using a screw driver, lift the coil spring
10
and remove the used carbon brush.
Keep the coil spring lifted and set the new
carbon brush in to the guiding.
Put the power cord firmly back on.
Close the machine with the molded handle and
then open the right side of the machine.
Replace the carbon brush on the right side,
using the same technique.
Close the machine with the molded handle and
bolt down the four Phillips Screws.
Your machine is now ready for use.
After a replacement of the carbon brush the brush-fire is initially slightly larger,
but after short time will be the normal small brush-fire of bluish - white paint.
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Spare parts HBM 8
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valid version of machine no.
A04-008-0001
up to machinen-no.
Pos.-no. Name of part
number
Order-no.
required
5
Transmission unit HBM 8 completely
0101.313-126
1
10
Guide plate HBM 8
0101.313-130
1
11
Chip space HBM 8
0101.313-149
1
12
Guiding bell HBM 8
0101.313-150
1
13
Wing screw
0101.313-151
1
14
Sleeve for wing screw
0101.313-152
1
15
Threaded housing M 6/M8x6
0101.313-93
1
16
Housing with clamping
0101.313-153
1
17
Bearing case HBM 8
0101.313-154
1
18
Gewindestift
0101.313-63
1
19
Threaded housing M 6/M8x9
0101.313-155
1
20
Drive shaft HBM 8
0101.313-156
1
21
Shaft seal ring 40 x25 x 5
0101.313-157
1
22
Locknut M 15x1
0101.313-158
2
23
Bevel wheel
0101.313-159
1
24
Taper roller bearing
0101.313-160
2
25
O-Ring
0101.313-161
1
26
Cylinder head screw M4 x16
0101.313-163
4
27
Cylinder head screw M5 x20
0101.313-58
1
28
Threaded housing M 5/M7x7,5
0101.313-162
4
29
Countersunk screw M5x12
0101.313-164
4
32
exploded drawing HBM 8
-Gear unit 25.11.14 / V 01.1-EN
exploded drawing -Gear unit -
Hand-beveling-machine
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Spare parts HBM 8
-Drive motor25.11.14 / V 01.1-EN
valid version of machine no.
up to machinen-no.
Pos.-no.
Name of part
A04-008-0001
Order-no.
Number
required
100
Drive motor with Handle _complete
0101.313-127
1
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
Locking stud
O-ring 4,5x1
Spring
Locking button
Pinion gear
Bearing 629
Locking ring
Fan cover
Spec. Sheet metal screw
damping ring
Ring magnet
Countersunk screw M3x8
Carbon brush holder
Carbon brush for 230V-HBM 8
Handel grip right
Cable bridge
Cable protection
Power cable 230V
PT-Screw WN 1442-B 3,5x 12
Switch look 230 V
Electronic 230 V
PT-Screw WN 1442-B 3,5x 12
PT-Screw WN 1442-B 3,5x 25
Handel grip left
Housing red
Stator 230 V / 1200 W
Stator-Screw fixation
Scheibe VSM 13912-M3
Stützring
Bearing 627-2RS-J/Y
Rotor with fun 230V
Sichtschutz
Distance sleeve
0101.313-165
0101.313-166
0101.313-167
0101.313-168
0101.313-169
0101.313-170
0101.313-171
0101.313-172
0101.313-173
0101.313-174
0101.313-175
0101.313-176
0101.313-177
0101.313-178
0101.313-179
0101.313-180
0101.313-181
0101.313-182
0101.313-183
0101.313-184
0101.313-185
0101.313-183
0101.313-186
0101.313-187
0101.313-188
0101.313-189
0101.313-190
0101.313-191
0101.313-192
0101.313-193
0101.313-194
0101.313-195
0101.313-196
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
134
Dichtungsschencke
0101.313-197
1
135
136
137
138
Hex nut M7
Gear head
Washer
Screw
0101.313-198
0101.313-199
0101.313-200
0101.313-201
1
1
2
4
34
Spare parts HBM 8
-Drive motor25.11.14 / V 01.1-EN
Pos.-no.
139
140
141
valid version of machine no.
up to machinen-no.
Name of part
Hand spacer in front
Rubber grip
Countersunk screw M8x30
A04-008-0001
Order-no.
0101.313-85
0101.313-76
0101.313-86
Number
required
1
1
2
142
Handle side L/R
0101.313-129
2
143
Countersunk screw M 5x25
0101.313-87
2
144
Cylinder head screw M 10x30
0101.313-212
2
145
146
Washer
Handle connection middle HBM 8
0101.313-211
0101.313-128
2
1
35
exploded drawing HBM 8
-Motor with handle25.11.14 / V 01.1-EN
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Warranty
25.11.14 / V 01.1-EN
37. Warranty
When purchasing a new machine gives you MGS -GmbH 12 months warranty,
starting with the sale of the machine.
This warranty covers any damages caused by material and / or manufacturing.
Should such damage occur, takes MGS - GmbH, the cost of repair and
replacement of defective parts or the tool. The replaced parts or tools shall
become our property.
Excluded from the warranty are wear parts as well as damage due to normal
wear and tear or improper handling of the device.
The warranty may not be claimed if improper modifications or repair work
carried out or parts foreign and non-original accessories or supplies were
installed. MGS does in these cases, and for the consequences arising from any
warranty.
Warranty claims will only be accepted if the unit is unopened and
undismantled returned to MGS.
The granting of a warranty will not extend the warranty period nor do they
initiate a new warranty period in the running.
Of this warranty, the statutory warranty claims remain unaffected.
The warranty services shall apply from our headquarters in
D-66620 Braunshausen.
After submitting a defective machine you created MGS for a quote and let you
know to what extent any warranty services accepted.
After your approval, the repair is carried out, calculated and sent, or is ready
for pickup.
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EC Declaration of Conformity
25.11.14 / V 01.1-EN
according to the EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EG vom 17.Mai 2006, Anhang II A
Translation—EC Declaration of Conformity
Manufacturer and authorized person
MGS –Milling & Grinding-Systems GmbH
Schwalbenweg 2
66620 Nonnweiler-Braunshausen
Deutschland
Telefon: 06873-6690021
Telefax: 06873-6690020
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.mgs-maschinen.de
Authoriszed Technical Documents
Guido Schnur
Schwalbenweg 2
66620 Nonnweiler-Braunshausen
Deutschland
Product
Function:
Model:
Serial-No.:
Year of construction
Beveling machine
HBM 8
A04-008-0001 bis 9999
2014
We hereby declare that the above named product corresponds to all relevant
Provisions of the Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC.
The product above conforms to the requirements of the following directives:
•
Directive 2006/42 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May 2006 on machinery,
and amending Directive 95/16 / EC (Revised) 2006/42 / EC
•
Directive 2006/95 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 on the ap
proximation of the laws of Member States relating to electrical equipment designed for use within
certain voltage limits 2006/95 / EC
•
Directive 2004/108 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 2004 on the
approximation of the laws of Member States relating to electromagnetic compatibility and repealing
Directive 89/336 / EEC 2004/108 / EC
and conforms to the following standards:
DIN EN 60745-1 / VDE 0740-1 A11 / A11: 2011-09 Hand-held motor-operated electric tools - Safety
Part 1: General requirements German version EN 60745-1: 2009 / A11: 2010
DIN EN 60745-2-17 (VDE 0740-2-17): 2011-06 Hand-held motor-operated electric tools - Safety
Part 2-17: Particular requirements for routers and trimmers
(IEC 60745-2-17: 2010, modified); German version EN 60745-2-17:2010
Braunshausen, den 25.11.2014
____________________________
Guido Schnur, managing Director
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