Maimin®L Series End Cutters WARNING

Maimin® L Series End Cutters
L-205 / L-405
End Cutter Manual – Safety, Operation and Maintenance
Do not discard this document! Make accessible and educate all personnel.
WARNING
Read and understand this machine manual before operating your Maimin cutting tool. Follow all safety rules for the protection of operating personnel as
well as adjacent areas. Always operate, inspect and maintain this machine in accordance with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Safety
Code.
SAFETY LEGEND
WARNING
WARNING
Read and understand tool manual before work starts to
reduce risk of injury to operator.
Practice safety requirements. Work alert, have proper
attire, and do not operate tools under the influence of
drugs, alcohol or medication.
WARNING
WARNING
Eye protection must be worn at all times. Eye protection
to conform to ANSI Z87.1.
Ear protection to be worn when exposure to sound
exceeds the limits of applicable Federal, State or Local
statutes, ordinances and/or regulations.
WARNING
WARNING
Respiratory protection to be used when exposed to
contaminants that exceed the applicable threshold limit
values required by law.
Sharp blade hazard. Blade is very sharp even when the
tool is not in operation. Keep fingers, hands, body parts
and clothing away from blade at all times
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Carefully read all instructions before operating or servicing any Maimin® Cutting Tool. Products offered by Maimin are not to be modified,
converted or otherwise altered from the original design.
Tool Intent: Maimin L-Series End Cutters are ideal for end cutting lays of woven and non-woven fabrics and synthetic materials.
Do not use tool for anything other than its intended applications.
This power tool is not intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and is not insulated against contact with electrical power.
Do not leave machine unattended when on and connected to power.
Do not leave the machine until it has come to a complete stop.
Do not disassemble machine. Take to a qualified serviceperson for repair.
Keep hands, fingers and all body parts away from blade and moving parts. Never operate tool without guards.
Keep hands dry, clean and free from oil or grease.
Keep work area clean – cluttered areas and tables invite accidents.
Knife key, hand tools and other wrenches must be removed before starting motor.
Training: Proper care and maintenance of your cutting tools will maximize their performance.
Employers Responsibility – Provide Maimin L-Series operators with safety instructions and proper training for safe use of tools and
accessories.
Accessory Selection:
Blade RPM rating MUST be approved for AT LEAST the tool RPM rating.
Before mounting blade, visually inspect for defects. Do not use defective blade.
Use only Maimin original blades and sharpening stones.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND SAFETY
Grounding Instructions:
In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electrical currents and reduces the risk of electrical
shock. This machine is equipped with an electrical cord that has an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug must be
plugged into a matching receptacle that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED. If it will not fit the receptacle, have a qualified install a proper receptacle.
IMPROPER CONNECTION of the equipment grounding conductor can result in risk of electric shock. The conductor with the green insulation (with
or without yellow stripes) is the equipment grounding conductor. If repair or replacement of the electrical cord or plug is necessary, do not connect
the equipment grounding conductor to a live terminal.
CHECK with a qualified electrician or service person if you do not completely understand the grounding instructions, or if you are not certain the
tool is properly grounded.
USE only three-wire extension cords that have three-pronged grounding plugs with three-pole receptacles that accept the tool’s plug. Repair or
replace damaged or worn cords immediately.
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ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS AND SAFETY (continued)
Guidelines for extension cords:
USE THE PROPER EXTENSION CORD. Make sure your extension cord is in good condition. Use an extension cord heavy enough to carry the current
your product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power, overheating and burning out of the motor. If
in doubt, use the next heavier gauge. The smaller the gauge number, the heavier the cord. Make sure your extension cord is properly wired and in
good condition. Always replace a damaged extension cord or have it repaired by a qualified technician before using it. Protect your extension cords
from sharp objects, excessive heat and damp or wet areas. Use a separate electrical circuit for your tool. This circuit must not be less than #12 wire
with a 20 A time-lag fuse or a #14 wire with a 15 A time-lag fuse.
NOTE: When using an extension cord on a circuit with a #14 wire, the extension cord must not exceed 25 feet in length. Before connecting the
machine to the power line, make sure the switch is in the off position and the electric current is rated the same as the current stamped on the
machine nameplate. Running at a lower voltage will damage the motor. This tool is intended for use on a circuit that has a receptacle like the one
illustrated in Fig. 1
Fig. 1 shows a three-pronged electrical plug and receptacle that has a grounding conductor. If a properly grounded
receptacle is not available, an adapter can be used to temporarily connect this plug to a two-contact grounded
receptacle. The adapter has a rigid lug extending from it that MUST be connected to a permanent earth ground, such as a
properly grounded receptacle box.
Figure 1
CAUTION: In all cases, make certain the receptacle is properly grounded. If you are not sure, have a qualified electrician check the receptacle.
CAUTION: This tool is for indoor use only. Do not expose to rain or use in damp locations.
CAUTION: This tool must be grounded while in use to protect the operator from electric shock.
CARTON CONTENTS
Separate all parts from packing materials. Check each part with the “Table of Loose Parts” to make certain all items are accounted for, before
discarding any packing material.
If any part is missing or damaged, do not attempt to assemble the end-cutter or plug in the power cord, or turn the switch ON until the
missing or damaged part is obtained and is installed correctly. Call 1-800-243-4645 for missing or damaged parts.
Note: To make assembly easier, keep contents of all boxes together.
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CARTON CONTENTS (continued)
TABLE OF LOOSE PARTS (S-AA are not pictured)
ITEM
A
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
AA
DESCRIPTION
Lift Motor Set Clamp Assembly (L-405 Only)
Near Side Lift Assembly (L-205 Only)
Far Side Lift Assembly
Cutting Rail with End Caps
Track Lifter (included in (B) Far Side Lift Assembly above)
Rail Holding Bolt, Nut and Washer
Traverse Belt (toothed)
Cutter Assembly
Traverse Motor Assembly
Belt Pulley Assembly
Belt Tensioning Screw (included in (I) Belt Pulley Assembly above)
Control Box assembly with Clamp
Control Box (included in (K) Control Box Assembly with Clamp above)
Wiring Pipe Mounting Bracket
Wiring Pipe
Traverse Motor / Belt Pulley Bolt, Nut and Washer
Wire ties
Wiring Pipe Extender Spring
Wiring Pipe Extender
Cable – 5 Pin Connector for Traverse Motor
Cable – 8 Pin Connector for Track Sensors
Cable – 5 Pin Connector for Lift Motor (L-405 Only)
Cable – 4 Pin Connector for Cutting Head
Cable – Control Box Power Cord
Knife Key
Power Cord Connector for Cutting Head
Lifting Chain
Lifting Belt (flat / non-toothed)
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QUANTITY
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TABLE OF CONTROL BOX
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Description
Master On / Off Switch
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
Fuse Holder and Fuse
Emergency Stop Switch
Start Cycle Switch
Power Supply
Relay (there will be three (3) relays on the L-405)
HMI Touchscreen Operator Interface
Power Cord Inlet
Cable Connectors (there will be four (4) connectors on the L-405)
Terminal Block
Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) – motor speed control
Connector Cable
(Not Pictured) Remote Control Box mounted on right box wall
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INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
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Following the diagram on page 4, attach the Lift Motor Set Clamp Assembly (A) to the operator’s side of the cutting table by tightening
the hand clamp under the lip of the cutting table.
Attach the Far Side Lift Assembly (B) to the opposite side of the cutting table by tightening the hand clamp under the lip of the cutting
table.
Fasten one end of the Lifting Belt (AA) into the belt clamp on the Lift Motor Set Clamp Assembly (A). The belt clamp is a flat metal clamp
secured by two screws. Feed the other end of the Lifting Belt (AA) through the upper roller on the Lift Motor Set Clamp Assembly (A),
across the table, down over the upper roller on the Far Side Lift Assembly (B), around the lower roller and secure into the belt clamp.
Note: Make sure the belt is not twisted and is lying flat on the table.
Remove the bumper brackets from either end of the Cutting Rail (C) using a philip head screwdriver and set aside.
Place the Cutting Rail (C) onto the Lift Assemblies (A and B). Note: The end with the power connector should be placed on the operator
side of the table.
Fasten both ends of the Cutting Rail (C) onto the Lift Assemblies (A and B) using the Rail Holding Bolt, Nut and Washer (E). The bolts will
slide into the slots on the bottom of the Cutting Rail (C).
Slide the Cutter Assembly (G) onto the Cutting Rail (C) making sure the cutting side (knife side) is facing away from the operator side.
Attach the Traverse Motor Assembly (H) to the Cutting Rail (C) using the Traverse Motor / Belt Pulley Bolt, Nut and Washer (O) on the
operator side of the machine. Connect the two plugs together.
Attach the Belt Pulley Assembly (I) to the other end of the rail using the Traverse Motor / Belt Pulley Bolt, Nut and Washer (O).
If the Traverse Belt (F) is attached to the front and rear of the Cutter Assembly (G), remove the front screw and washer and detach the
front side of the belt. If the belt has not been pre-attached, secure the rear side of the Traverse Belt (F) to the Cutter Assembly (G).
Stretch the Traverse Belt (F) along the center top groove of the rail and pull it around the pulley on the top of the Lift Motor Set Clamp
Assembly (A). Feed the Traverse Belt (F) through the bottom left groove on the Cutting Rail (C) until it comes out the far side of the track.
Pull the Traverse Belt (F) out and around the pulley on the top of the Far Side Lift Assembly (B) and feed it back through the top center
groove on the Cutting Rail (C) towards the Cutting Assembly (G). Fasten the Traverse Belt (F) to the Cutting Assembly (G) by securing the
screw and washer over the belt. Note. Make sure the belt is not twisted through the entire route.
Replace the bumper brackets on either end of the Cutting Rail (C) using a philip head screwdriver.
Adjust the Traverse Belt (F) tension by using the Belt Tensioning Screw (J) on the top of the Belt Pulley Assembly (I).
Attach the Wiring Pipe Mounting Bracket (M) to the table by tightening the hand clamp under the lip of the cutting table. Insert the
Wiring Pipe (N) into the Wiring Pipe Mounting Bracket (M) and secure by tightening the screw. Attach the Wiring Pipe Extender to the
top of the Wiring Pipe (N) and secure tightening the screw. Attach the Wiring Pipe Extender Spring (Q) to the last hole in the Wiring Pipe
Extender (R) using one Wire Tie (P). Note: This assembly will carry the power Cable – 4 Pin (V) to the Cutter Assembly (G) and should be
placed on the operator side of the table away from the fabric pulling direction.
Attach the Control Box Assembly with Clamp (K) to the table by tightening the hand clamp under the lip of the cutting table. Note: the
Control Box is on the operator side of the table and can be mounted (within 4 feet) to either side of the Cutting Rail (C). It is suggested to
mount the Control Box on the opposite side of the fabric pulling direction so that it does not get in the operator’s way.
Connect Cables (S, T, U & V) to the bottom of the Control Box (L) using the larger side connector on the cables (note Cable U will not be
present in the L-205). The bottom of the Control Box (L) and all of the cables are clearly marked with number of pins and function.
Caution: Do not attach the wrong Cables (S, T, U & V) to the noted locations as this may cause serious damage to your machine. The pins
and functions are noted in the carton contents on the previous page and as follows:
The Four Pin Cable (V) is the cable that will provide power to the Cutter Assembly (G). The stripped (wire) end will be fed up through
the Wiring Pipe Mounting Bracket (M) and Wiring Pipe (N). Once this wire is fed, attach the Power Cord Connector for Cutting Head
(Y) to the Four Pin Cable (V). Note: Use the white and black wires for power and the blue wire for ground. Ground will be the
middle connection within the Power Cord Connector for Cutting Head (Y). Plug the Power Cord Connector (Y) into the Cutter
Assembly (G) and fasten security clip. Move the Cutter Assembly (G) to the far end (opposite the operator) to properly adjust the
length of the Four Pin Cable (V). Secure the Four Pin Cable (V) to the Wiring Pipe Extender (R) using two Wire Ties (P). On the Four
Pin Cable (V), locate approximately the half-way point between the end of the Wiring Pipe Extender (R) and the Cutter Assembly and
attach the other end of the Wiring Pipe Extender Spring (Q) to that point using a Wire Tie (P). Note: Make sure that when the Cutter
Assembly (G) is pushed across the Cutting Rail (C), the Four Pin Cable (V) wire does not contact the blade or any part of the Cutter
Assembly (G). If it does come in contact at any point, adjust the location of the Wiring Pipe Extender Spring (Q) to ensure this does
not happen. Caution: Do not attach the wrong Cable (V) to the noted location as this may cause serious damage to your machine.
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INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
The Five Pin Cable (S) provides power to the Traverse Motor Assembly (H). The Five Pin Cable (S) should be attached and secured to
the five pin receptacle in the grey box on the side of the Traverse Motor Assembly (H) that is marked “5 Pin – Traverse”. Caution: Do
not attach the wrong Cable (S) to the noted location as this may cause serious damage to your machine.
The Eight Pin Cable (T) provides power to the track sensors underneath the Cutting Rail (C). The Eight Pin Cable (T) should be
attached and secured to the eight pin receptacle in the grey box on the side of the Traverse Motor Assembly (H) that is marked “8
Pin – Sensors”. Caution: Do not attach the wrong Cable (T) to the noted location as this may cause serious damage to your machine.
In the L-405 only, there is a second five pin cable. The Five Pin Cable (U) provides power to the Lift Motor Set Clamp Assembly (A).
The Five Pin Cable (U) should be attached and secured to the five pin receptacle in the grey box on the side of the Lift Motor Set
Clamp Assembly (A) that is marked “5 Pin – Up / Down”. Caution: Do not attach the wrong Cable (U) to the noted location as this
may cause serious damage to your machine.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Warning: Always wear personal protective equipment. Operator of tool is responsible for the following: accepted eye, face, respiratory, hearing
and body protection.
Caution: Hand, wrist and arm injury may result from repetitive work, motion and overexposure to vibration.
Keep fingers, hands, body parts, hair and clothing away from working end of machine.
Be sure that any loose clothing, hair and all jewelry is properly restrained.
Working end of machine has the potential of cutting and severing.
After removing or replacing the blade, always replace all guards and inspect to assure proper operation and condition.
Blade is extremely sharp.
Caution: Use only Maimin original blades and sharpening stones as they are manufactured for the allowable maximum RPM. Improper mounting
of the blade may cause excessive vibration levels and unsafe conditions. Make sure no one is in the unguarded plane of the blade.
Caution: Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and any other condition that may affect the
power tool’s operation. If damaged, have the power tool repaired using only identical replacement parts before use.
Report to your supervisor any condition of the tool, blade, sharpener, or operation you consider unsafe.
Caution: Before turning on the machine, make sure that the work area is clean and uncluttered and that the track is clear of all objects and debris.
Understanding how your machine works:
Caution: Do not power up the machine yet. The following descriptions are to educate you on how the machine functions. Please read and
understand the entire manual prior to operating your machine.
The Maimin L-Series end cutters utilize a programmable logic controller (PLC), a variable frequency drive (VFD), relay(s) and sensors to enable all of
the movement of the machine.
PLC: The PLC (photo on page 5) controls the whole system, regulates movement, and communicates with all of the other components
telling them what to do and when to turn on and off. The PLC has led lights built in so that all functions and steps can be viewed and
followed allowing for easy troubleshooting of your machine. The top (nearest the HMI - touchscreen) is the input side (sensors and
switches) and the bottom is the output side (all motor functions and movement) of the PLC.
VFD: The VFD (photo on page 5) controls the traverse motor which sends the cutter across the cutting rail. The VFD comes optimally
programmed from the factory. The black knob on the front of the VFD is a potentiometer that allows the operator to control the speed in
which the cutter moves. Turn the knob counter-clockwise to slow the cut speed and clockwise to increase the speed.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
Relay(s): The L-205 utilizes one relay (photo on page 5) and the L-405 utilizes three. Both machines use the top relay which will turn the
cutter blade on and off. On the L-405, the bottom two relays control the raising and lowering of the track.
Sensors: The L-205 utilizes three sensors and the L-405 utilizes four. Both machines use three location sensors underneath the track; the
near sensor, the far sensor and the home sensor. These sensors are all adjustable and tell the PLC the location of the cutting head. The
L-405 also uses a plunge sensor underneath the track to tell the machine when the track is on the table or on the stack of cut goods.
Powering-up the machine:
Caution: Do not power up the machine yet. The following descriptions are to educate you on how the machine functions. Please read and
understand the entire manual prior to operating your machine.
Check to make sure that the emergency stop button is not depressed. Turn on the main power switch (located on the left side of the control box).
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The Maimin home screen will appear for a few seconds
The red warning screen will appear for a few seconds
The home screen will appear and remain until the machine has been sent to the home position.
When the machine is powered on, it has not retained the location of the Cutting Assembly. Determining this location is the reason for the home
function. The home sensor is located beyond the near sensor closer to the operator. When the “Start Homing” button is pressed on the PLC:
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The PLC will tell the VFD to jog the machine slowly towards the operator (should light 06 on the bottom of the PLC)
The Cutting Assembly will move slowly towards the operator until it contacts the home sensor (should light 03 on the top of the PLC)
The Cutting Assembly will stop at the home sensor. The machine is now in the home position. Note: when homing the machine, you
can save time by manually pushing the Cutting Assembly near the home sensor (leave about two feet from the edge of the track).
Caution: if the machine location is beyond the home sensor (towards the operator) when the “Start Homing” switch is pressed, the
machine will not home and will continue run to the end of the track (looking for the home sensor). If this occurs, power down the
machine and begin again with the machine on the other side of the home sensor.
Once the machine has properly completed the homing function, it is ready to begin operation.
The touchscreen operator interface (HMI) allows the user program certain parameters and to receive feedback from the machine. The green start
button and the red emergency stop button are the two other forms of operator input.
When the machine has been properly installed, programmed and adjusted:
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The operator will press the green start button (should light 00 on the top of the PLC).
The PLC receives the input from the start button and begins the cutting process.
The PLC will turn on the blade (should light 03 on the bottom of the PLC)
The PLC will tell the VFD to start moving the cutter across the track (should light 01 on the bottom of the PLC)
The Cutting Assembly moves across the Cutting Rail at the speed determined by the VFD
The Cutting Assembly will contact the far sensor (should light 02 on the top of the PLC)
The PLC will tell the VFD to reverse the Cutting Assembly (should light 02 on the bottom of the PLC)
The Cutting Assembly reverses and moves back toward the operator
The Cutting Assembly will contact the near sensor and stop (should light 01 on the top of the PLC)
Sharpening the blade:
Note: The Cutting Assembly must be in the home position for the blade sharpen function to operate. The Cutting Assembly may be sent to the
home position using the operator screen on the HMI touchscreen or manually moved to the home position.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
Caution: The next step will cause the blade to begin rotating. Keep fingers, hands, body parts and clothing away from blade at all times.
Once the Cutting Assembly has been moved to the home position, the press the sharpen blade button on the operator screen (on the HMI
touchscreen). The blade will rotate at full speed for fifteen (15) seconds. Press the sharpener lightly while blade is rotating to grind and hone knife
to a sharp edge. Caution: The blade is very sharp and protective gloves should be used to protect from injury. Make sure all guards are in place
while sharpening the blade. Always keep the blade sharp for clean and accurate cutting.
To adjust the sharpening stone for optimal grinding and honing of the blade, see the “Routine Maintenance” section below.
Changing the cutting speed:
Caution: When making adjustments to the speed and/or sensor position, remove power from the Cutting Assembly by detaching the power
cord (Cable 4-Pin Connector) from the Cutting Assembly. Note: the Cutting Assembly will still move freely across the track, but the blade will
not run.
Caution: Although power has been removed from the Cutting Assembly, the blade is still sharp and will be moved across the Cutting Rail. Keep
hands, fingers and all body parts away from blade and moving parts. Never operate tool without guards.
The Maimin L-Series End cutters feature a variable speed control allowing the operator to optimize cutting by controlling the speed in which the
Cutting Assembly moves across the Cutting Rail. This speed is controlled by the black knob on the front of the VFD in the Control Box. The machine
is set at the maximum speed from the factory at 60 and the track sensors are set accordingly. Note: because the speed is variable, the space and
time needed for deceleration of the Cutting Assembly changes. Caution: If you increase the speed without moving the sensors, you run the risk of
crashing the Cutting Assembly into the end of the Cutting Rail and potentially damaging your machine.
To decrease the speed and properly adjust the sensors:
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Adjust the knob on the VFD by turning it counter-clockwise to a lower number (speed)
Cycle the machine by pressing the start button and note where the Cutting Assembly stops on either end of the Cutting Rail.
Measure the distance from where the Cutting Assembly stopped to the desired stopping location.
Measure the distance between the near sensor and the home sensor.
These measurements are the distances that the far and near sensors will need to be adjusted.
The sensors underneath the track will now need to be adjusted.
Caution: To avoid injury from an accidental start, make sure the main power switch is in the OFF position and the plug is not connected to the
power source outlet prior to and maintenance or sensor adjustments.
Caution: When performing the sensor movement steps, take special care not to cut, pinch or damage the sensors and wires in any way. Damage to
the sensors or wires will cause the machine not to run properly.
Note: Two people will be needed for the following steps.
To adjust the track sensors, the Cutting Rail will need to be removed from the Lift Assemblies. Review the “Installation and Assembly Instructions”
on Page 5 for more information on reversal of this step. Once the Cutting Rail has been removed from the Lift Assemblies:
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The far and near sensors are located underneath the Cutting Rail inside the aluminum extrusion
Turn the Cutting Rail upside down taking care not to damage the Cutting Assembly which remains in the Cutting Rail
Locate the wires and note the proper side for the sensor location.
The sensors may be taped and/or visible and/or may be underneath the black rubber cushion attached to the Cutting Rail.
The home sensor will be the closest sensor to the operator, the near sensor will be in the middle (but in close proximity to the home
sensor) and the far sensor will be at the opposite end of the track.
Note the location of all three track sensors and measure the distance needed from the previous section.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
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Remove tape and/or rubber cushion and move the near and far sensors to the measured location.
The home sensor does not need to be moved unless the desired location of the near sensor would be in the same location as the home
sensor. In this case, move the home sensor towards the operator just enough for it to be out of the way.
9. If the home sensor requires movement, remove tape and/or rubber cushion and move the home sensor to the desired location.
10. Replace tape and/or black rubber cushions.
To increase the speed and properly adjust the sensors:
Caution: To avoid injury from an accidental start, make sure the main power switch is in the OFF position and the plug is not connected to the
power source outlet prior to and maintenance or sensor adjustments.
Caution: When performing the sensor movement steps, take special care not to cut, pinch or damage the sensors and wires in any way. Damage to
the sensors or wires will cause the machine not to run properly.
Note: Two people will be needed for the following steps.
When increasing the speed, the sensors should be moved back to the factory maximum position (60 on the VFD) as noted on the bottom of the
Cutting Rail. If this is the desired speed, follow the steps above to remove the Cutting Rail and move the sensors back to the factory setting. If the
desired speed is faster, yet not as fast as the factory setting (60 on the VFD), move the sensors to the factory setting and then follow the steps
above to decrease the speed to the desired setting.
ROUTINE MAINTENANCE
Caution: To avoid injury from an accidental start, make sure the main power switch is in the OFF position and the plug is not connected to the
power source outlet.
Important: To keep tool safe a Preventative Maintenance Program is recommended whenever automated machines are used. The program should
include inspection of the cables, power cables and plugs, cleaning of the track, and proper lubrication and repair of the machine.
Use only genuine Maimin replacement parts to ensure quality. To order replacement parts, specify Model# and Serial# of your tool.
Maimin recommends adding grease monthly to the gears.
Any residue in the track shall be cleaned upon build-up. Remove the cutting machine from the track and thoroughly clean the track at
least every 30 days of run time.
Adjusting the blade sharpener: When the blade becomes worn down (smaller), adjust the grinder position by unscrewing the screw for the grinder
arm to ensure a correct distance between the stone and the edge of the blade. After finishing the adjustment, re-tighten the screw.
Replacing the sharpening stone: Remove the grinding stone by simply unscrewing it. Mount the new grinding stone and re-tighten the screw.
Replacing the blade: Remove the sharpening stone by removing the mounting screws. Remove the guard from the front of the machine. Unscrew
the lock nut for the blade. Remove the blade. When mounting the new blade, make sure that the side marked “front side” is towards the
operator. After the blade has been replaced, adjust the position of the sharpening stone as described above.
Replacing the lower blade: Remove the screw for the lower arm. Remove the lower blade arm and replace parts as needed. Replace the lower
blade, ensuring the flat surface of the lower blade is adjacent to the blade edge.
Replacing the carbon brushes: The carbon brushes must be replaced when worn to 5-6mm long. Too much wear will cause motor problems.
Remove the carbon brush cap by turning it counter-clockwise. Always replace both the right and left carbon brushes at the same time.
Routine Preventative Maintenance
Inspect blades before mounting. Do not mount blades if damaged or nicked.
Use only Maimin original blades. Ratings on generic blades may not have adequate speed ratings.
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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE (continued)
Mineral spirits are recommended when cleaning the tool and parts. Do not clean tool or parts with any solvents or oils containing acids,
esters, ketones, chlorinated hydrocarbons or nitro carbons.
DO NOT clean or maintain tools with chemicals that have a low flash point.
Visually inspect cables and cords for visible damage and signs of deterioration. Replace damaged or worn components.
PARTS LISTING
EC260110-110
EC260110-220
EC2601-110
EC2601-220
EC2602-110
EC2602-220
EC2603
EC2606
EC2607
EC2608
EC2609
EC2610
EC2613
EC261416
EC2614
EC2614-3
EC2615
EC2616
EC2617
EC2617-3
110v Motor Assembly
220v Motor Assembly
110v Stator
220v Stator
110v Armature
220v Armature
Washer for Armature
O Ring
Motor Cover
Screw for Stator
Motor Plate
Rubber for Bearing
Screw for Pressure Spring
Lower Counter Cutting Blade Set
Lower Counter Cutting Blade Arm
3rd Lower Blade
Lower Counter Cutting Blade
Screw for Lower Blade
Screw for Lower Blade Arm
Screw for 3rd Lower Blade Arm
EC2618
EC262327
EC2623
EC2624
EC2625
EC2626
EC2630N
EC2631
EC2633
EC2633C
EC2634
EC2638
EC2001
EC2001-A
EC2002
ECS104
ECS105
ECS178
405RC
405RI
405RN
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Balance Iron
Sharpening Stone Assembly
Sharpening Stone Collar
Spring for Sharpening Stone
Sharpening Stone Top Arm
Sharpening Stone
Lock Nut for Knife
30331 End Cutter Blade
Knife Guard
Knife Cover
Terminal Box
Cover for Terminal Box
Standard
Link for Timing Belt
Magnet for Track Sensors
Carbon Brush
Cap for Carbon Brush
Pressure Spring for Lower Blade
Connector Single Phase
Power Inlet
(not pictured) Lock for Power Inlet
PARTS LISTING (continued)
EC2002
EC2003
EC2004
EC2005
EC2006
EC2006-A
EC2007
EC2008
EC2009
EC2010N
EC2011N-110
EC2011-220
EC2012-5
EC2012-7
EC2013
Magnet for Sensor
Lifter
Magnet Base
Chain Pendant
Chain
Chain Screw
Gear Latch
Chain Gear
Motor Plate
Lifting Reduction Gear
110v Lifting Motor
220v Lifting Motor
Cable – 5 Pin for Lifting Motor
Cable is not used in the model
Sensor Switch
EC2015
EC2015-B
EC2063
EC2640
EC2642
EC2644-A
EC2645
EC2646
EC2648
EC2649
ECS121
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Lifting Fixed Clamp
Lifting Motor Terminal Box
Lift Set Cover
Lift Belt Clamp
Wheel Ring
Spring for Lifter
Large Clamp Screw
Washer for Clamp Screw
Large Roller
Roller Shaft
Switch
PARTS LISTING (continued)
EC263946N-L
EC2639N
EC2640
EC2645
EC264750N
EC2647-A
EC2647-BL
EC2648N
EC2649
EC2650
EC2653
EC2654
EC2655
EC2656
EC2657
EC2658
EC2660
EC2662
EC2007
EC2011N-220
EC2013
Left Clamp Set
A Clamp
Lift Belt Clamp
Large Clamp Screw
Left Bar Lifter
Bar Lifter Plate
Left Bar
Roller for Lift Belt
Roller Shat
Roller Set
Rail
Square Nut
Rail Guard
Impact Resistant Rubber
Steel Piece
Rubber Rail
Screw for Rail
Lift Belt
Shaft Key
220v, 3Phase Traverse Motor
Sensor Switch
EC2018
EC2019
EC2020
EC2021
EC2021-A
EC2022
EC2022-A
EC2023N
EC202427
EC2024
EC2025-5
EC2025-8
EC2026
EC202641
EC2027
EC202830
EC2028
EC2029
EC2030
EC2042
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Transmission Base Cover
Spring for EC2656
Rail Plug Socket
Transmission Gear
Screw for Transmission Gear
Motor Base
Motor Terminal Box
Reduction Gear
Transmission Pulley Set
Transmission Pulley Base
Cable – 5 Pin Traverse Motor
Cable – 8 Pin Track Sensors
Transmission Pulley
Guide Roller
Pulley Fixed Blade
Cutting Track
Rail
Micro Switch
Rail Plug Socket
Timing Belt
PARTS LISTING (continued)
EC203741
EC2037
EC2038
EC2039
Wiring Pipe Assembly
Cable – 4 Pin Cutting Head
Wiring Pipe Mounting Bracket
Wiring Pipe
Visit our website: www.maimin.com
EC2040
EC2041
EC2645
Email: sales@maimin.com
Maimin Technology Group, Inc.
227 Ambrogio Drive, Unit B
Gurnee, Illinois 60031
Tel: (847) 263-8200
Fax: (847) 263-8299
Printed in USA
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Wire Pipe Extender
Wire Pipe Extender Spring
Large Clamp Screw
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