Instruction manual
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ADH-SERIES
Planer-Thicknesser
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Contents
Product identification
1 Introduction .............................................................3
Planer-Thicknesser
Item No.
ADH 200
5905200
ADH 250
5905250
ADH 305
5905305
1.1 Copyright ............................................................ 3
1.2 Customer service................................................ 3
1.3 Disclaimer........................................................... 3
2 Safety........................................................................3
2.1 Legend of symbols ............................................. 3
2.2 Operator responsibility ....................................... 4
2.3 Operating staff qualification ............................... 4
2.4 Personal protective equipment........................... 5
2.5 Safety labels on the Planer-Thicknesser ............ 5
2.6 Safety devices .................................................... 5
2.7 General safety aspects....................................... 6
3 Designated use........................................................7
4 Technical Data .........................................................8
Manufacturer
4.1 Type plate........................................................... 8
Stuermer Maschinen GmbH
Dr.-Robert-Pfleger-Str. 26
D-96103 Hallstadt
Germany
5 Transport, packaging, storage...............................8
5.1 Delivery and transport ........................................ 8
6 Machine description................................................9
6.1 Illustration ........................................................... 9
6.2 Scope of supply.................................................. 9
7 Installation and erection .........................................9
Fax:
E-Mail:
Internet:
0049 (0) 951 96555 - 55
info@holzstar.de
www.holzstar.de
7.1 Requirements for the place of installation .......... 9
7.2 Installation of the Planer-Thicknesser............... 10
8 Operation ...............................................................11
8.1 Planing.............................................................. 11
8.2 Thicknessing..................................................... 13
8.3 Adjustment of the cutter block.......................... 13
8.4 Workflow ........................................................... 14
9 Care, maintenance and overhaul/repair ..............15
Information about the operating instructions
Original operating instructions
Published: 10.05.2017
Version:
1.05
Language: english
Author:
ES/MS
9.1 Care after working ............................................ 15
9.2 Maintenance and repair ................................... 15
9.2.1 Functional check ......................................... 15
9.2.2 Extraction device......................................... 15
9.2.3 Lubrication .................................................. 15
9.2.4 Change of the drive belt.............................. 15
10 Troubleshooting ..................................................16
11 Disposal, recycling of used devices..................16
11.1 Decommissioning ........................................... 16
11.2 Disposal of electrical devices......................... 16
11.3 Disposal of lubricants ..................................... 16
12 Electric circuit diagram.......................................17
13 Spare parts...........................................................17
Copyright information
13.1 Order of spare parts ....................................... 17
13.2 Spare parts drawings ..................................... 18
14 EC Declaration of Conformity ............................21
Copyright © 2017 Stürmer Maschinen GmbH, Hallstadt,
Germany.
Stürmer Maschinen GmbH is the sole owner of the content of these operating instructions.
Forwarding and reproduction of this document as well
as use and notification of its content is not permitted without explicit consent. Infringements will lead to claims
for damages.
Subject to technical changes and errors.
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Introduction
You have made an excellent choice in purchasing a
HOLZSTAR Planer-Thicknesser.
Carefully read the operating instructions prior to commissioning.
They describe correct commissioning, intended use
and safe as well as efficient operation and maintenance
of the Planer-Thicknesser.
1.3 Disclaimer
All data in this operation manual has been compiled on
the basis of the state-of-the-art, valid standards and
guidelines as well as our many years of expertise and
experience.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for damage in the
following cases:
- Failure to comply with the operation manual,
- Unintended use
The operating instructions form part of the PlanerThicknesser. Always keep them at the Planer-Thicknesser´s location of use. Please also observe the local
accident prevention regulations and general safety
regulations for the use of the Planer-Thicknesser.
1.1 Copyright
The contents of these operating instructions are protected by copyright. Their use is permitted within the
context of using the Planer-Thicknesser. Any further use
shall not be permitted without written consent by the manufacturer.
To protect our products, we register our rights to our
brands, patents and designs where possible in each
individual case. We take strong action against any violation of our intellectual property.
1.2 Customer service
Please contact your specialist retailer if you have any
questions regarding your Planer-Thicknesser or require
any technical information. Your specialist retailer will be
happy to support you with specialist advice and information.
Germany:
Stürmer Maschinen GmbH
Dr.-Robert-Pfleger-Str. 26
D-96103 Hallstadt / Germany
Repair service:
Fax:
E-Mail:
Internet:
0951 96555-111
service@stuermer-maschinen.de
www.holzstar.de
Spare parts orders:
Fax:
0951 96555-119
E-Mail:
ersatzteile@stuermer-maschinen.de
Please submit any information and experiences you
make during application of the machine as these may
be valuable for product improvements.
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- Deployment of untrained staff
- Conversions at one's own responsibility
- Technical modifications
- Use of unauthorised spare parts
The actual scope of delivery may deviate from the
descriptions and illustrations in this document as a result of special variants, optional extras or recent,
technical modifications. The obligations defined in the
supply contract shall apply in addition to the general
terms and conditions and the manufacturer's general
terms and conditions as well as the statutory regulations
valid at the time of the conclusion of the contract.
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Safety
This section provides an overview of all important safety
packages for personal protection as well as safe and
reliable operation. The individual sections contain
additional, task-specific safety information.
2.1 Legend of symbols
Safety instructions
Safety instructions in this operation manual have been
highlighted with symbols. Safety instructions are indicated by signal terms that express the degree of risk
involved.
WARNING!
This combination of symbol and signal term indicates a potentially dangerous situation which may
cause death or serious injury if not averted.
DANGER!
This combination of symbol and signal term indicates a immediate dangerous situation which may
cause death or serious injury if not averted.
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Safety
ATTENTION!
This combination of symbol and signal term indicates a potentially hazardous situation which may
cause minor or light injuries if it is not averted.
IMPORTANT!
This combination of symbol and signal term indicates a potentially dangerous situation which may
cause material damage or harm the environment if it
is not averted.
NOTE!
This combination of symbol and signal term indic tes
a potentially dangerous situation which may cause
material damage or harm the environment if it is not
averted.
Tips and recommendations
Tips and recommendations
This symbol highlights useful tips and recommendations as well as information for efficient and reliable
operation.
Observe the safety information in these operating
instructions to minimise the risk of personal injury as well
as material damage and prevent hazardous situations.
2.2 Operator responsibility
Operators are defined as the persons who operate the
machine for commercial or profit-based purposes or
provide the machine to third parties for use or application and bear the legal product responsibility in terms of
the protection of users, staff or third parties during
operation.
Obligations of the operator:
If the machine is used for commercial purposes, operators are subject to the legal stipulations in terms of occupational safety. For this reason, the safety instructions in
these operating instructions as well as the safety,
accident prevention and environmental protection regulations valid at the installation location must be complied
with. In this process, the following shall apply in
particular:
- Operators shall obtain information about valid
occupational safety regulations and determine
additional hazards as part of a risk assessment
which result from the specific operating conditions
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at the machine's installation location. Said risk assessment shall be reflected in operating instructions for machine operation.
- During the entire machine operating time operators must check whether the operating instructions
they created meet current standards and adapt
the operating instructions where necessary.
- Operators shall clearly manage and specify the
responsibilities for installation, operation, troubleshooting, maintenance and cleaning.
- Operators must make sure that all persons handling the machine have read and understood these
operating instructions. Operators must also regularly train staff and notify of the hazards.
- Operators shall provide staff with the required protective equipment and wearing the required protective equipment shall be mandatory.
Operators shall also be responsible for maintaining the
machine in a technically perfect condition. For this reason, the following shall apply:
- Operators shall make sure that the maintenance
intervals described in these operating instructions
are complied with.
- Operators shall regularly check that the safety
equipment is fully functional and complete.
2.3 Operating staff qualification
The different tasks described in these operating instructions require different levels of skills in terms of the qualifications of operating staff working with the machine.
WARNING!
Risk from inadequately qualified persons!
Inadequately qualified persons are unable to assess
the risks when handling the machine, thus putting
themselves and others at risk of severe injuries.
- All work must be carried out by qualified persons
only.
- Keep inadequately qualified persons and children
away from the work area.
Exclusively persons of whom it can be expected that
they reliably complete assigned tasks shall be authorised to carry out any tasks. Persons whose reactions
have been impaired shall not be authorized, e.g. drug
users, users under the influence of alcohol or medication.
These operating instructions specify the following personal qualifications for the different tasks:
Operating staff:
Operating staff has undergone an induction by the operator about the entrusted tasks and potential hazards
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resulting from improper behaviour. Tasks which go beyond normal operation may only be carried out by the
operator if they are listed in the operation manual and
the operator has made him/herself familiar with them.
Safety boots
The safety boots protect the feet against crushes,
falling parts and slipping over on slippery underground.
Qualified electrician:
Due to the electrician's specialised training, know-how,
experience and knowledge of pertinent standards and
regulations the electrician is in a position to work on the
electrical systems, and autonomously identify and avoid
potential hazards.
Protective clothing
Protective work clothing means tight-fitting clothing
with low tear resistance.
Specialist staff:
As a result of specialist training, expertise, experience
and skills in terms of the relevant standards and regulations, specialist staff is able to complete the tasks they
are entrusted with and independently identify hazards
and avert risks.
2.5 Safety labels on the Planer-Thicknesser
The following safety labels and instructions are attached
to the Planer-Thicknesser s (Fig. 1) and must be
observed.
Manufacturer:
Certain work must be carried out by manufacturer
specialist staff only. Other staff is not permitted to carry
out this work. Contact our customer service to have the
work carried out.
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2.4 Personal protective equipment
Personal protective equipment is intended to protect the
health and safety of persons at work. Staff must wear the
personal protective equipment indicated in individual
sections of these operating instructions when carrying
out the different tasks on the machine.
The personal protective equipment is described in the
following section:
Ear protection
The hearing protection protects the ears against
damages of hearing due to noise.
Eye protection
Protective glasses protect the eyes against projected parts and splashes of liquid.
Fig. 1: Safety labels:1 Warning of dangers | 2 Warning of dangerous
electrical voltage | 3 Warning of hand injuries
4 Warning of entanglement hazard | 5 Use of gloves prohibited
6 Safety instructions
If safety labels on the machine are damaged or missing,
this can cause errors, personal injury and material
damage. The safety symbols attached to the machine
must not be removed. Damaged safety symbols must
be replaced immediately.
As soon as the signs are not clearly visible and comprehensible at first glance, the machine must be stopped until new signs have been attached..
2.6 Safety devices
Kickback guard
When thicknessing, the kickback guards prevent the
workpiece from kicking back. It must not be bent.
Protective gloves
Protective gloves protect the hands from components with sharp objects as well as friction, abrasion, and deep-cut injuries.
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Safety switch of the chip extraction hood
The safety switch of the chip extraction hood is installed
under the work table. When the chip extraction hood is
not mounted, the switch prevents the starting the
engine.
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Safety
2.7 General safety aspects
Note the following:
9. Use protective equipment.
- Use safety glasses.
- Use face or dust mask if cutting operations create dust.
WARNING!
When using electric tools, basic safety precautions
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and personal injury, including the
following.
Read all these instructions before attempting to
operate this product and save these instructions.
1. Keep work area clear.
- Cluttered area and benches invite injuries.
2. Consider work area environment.
- Don't expose electric tools to rain.
- Do not use electric tools in damp or wet locations.
- Keep work area well lit.
- In particular, no inflammable liquids or gases must
be present.
3. Guard against electric shock.
- Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surface.
4. Keep children and other persons away.
- Don't let especially children, persons not involved
in the work touch the tool or extension cord and
keep them away from the work area.
5. Store idle tools.
- When not in use, tools should be stored in a try locked up place, out of reach of children.
6. Don't force the tool.
- It will do the job better and safer at the rate for
when it was intended.
7. Use the right tool.
- Don't force small tools to do the job of a heavy duty
tool.
- Don't use tools for purposes not intended: for
example, don't use circular saws to cut tree limbs
or logs.
8. Dress properly.
- Don't wear loose clothing or jewelry. They can be
caught in moving parts.
- Rubber gloves and non-skid footwear are recommended when working outdoors.
10. Don't abuse cables.
- Never carry tool by cable or rank it to disconnect it
from socket. Keep cable from heat, oil and sharp
edges.
11. Do not abuse the cord.
- Never yank the cord to disconnect it from the socket. Keep the cord away from heat, oil and sharp
edges.
12. Secure work
- Where possible use clamps or a vice to hold the
work. It is safer than using your hand.
13. Don't overreach.
- Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Maintain tools with care.
- Keep cutting tools sharp and clean for better and
safer performance.
- Follow instruction for lubricating and changing
accessories.
- Inspect tool cords periodically and if damaged
have them repaired by an authorized service
facility.
- Inspect extension cords periodically and replace if
damaged.
- Keep handles dry, clean and free from oil and grease.
15. Disconnect tools.
- When not in use, before servicing and when
changing accessories such as blades, bits and
cutters, disconnect tools from the power supply.
16. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches.
- Form the habit of checking to see that keys and
adjusting wrenches are removed from the tool
before turning it on.
17. Avoid unintentional starting.
- Ensure switch is in "OFF" position when plugging in.
18. Use outdoor extension leads.
- When the tool is used outdoors, use only extension
cords intended for outdoor use and so marked.
- Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
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19. Stay alert.
- Watch what you are doing, use common sense
and do not operate the tool when you are tired.
20. Check damaged parts.
30. Tools equipped with chip collection and extractor
hoods shall be connected to the dust and chip-collecting device.
31. Use the tool only for wood or similar materials.
- When the blade be abraded 95%, you must
change it to the new one, which must meeting
EN847-1.
- Before further use of tool, it should be carefully
checked to determine that it will operate properly
and perform it's intended function.
- Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of
moving parts, mounting and any other conditions
that may affect it's operation.
32. Need two persons for moving round the workshop
due to its heavy weight.
- A guard or other part that is damaged should be
properly repaired or replaced by an authorized
service centre unless otherwise indicated in this
instruction manual.
33. The machine should be fixed on the floor by screws
when operatin
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Designated use
- Have defective switches replaced by an authoeized service centre.
- Do not use the tool if the switch does not turn it on
and off.
21. Warning.
- The use of any accessory or attachment other than
one recommended in this instruction manual may
present a risk of personal injury.
22. Have your tool repaired by a qualified person
- This electric tool complies with the relevant safety
rules. Repairs should only be carried out by qualified persons using original spare parts. Otherwise this may result in considerable danger to the
user.
23. Never use the machine without the appropriate
guard in place and correctly adjusted.
24. Do not use knives, which are blunt as this increases
the danger of kickback.
25. Any portion of the cutter block not being used for
planing shall be guarded.
26. When planing short workpieces, a push-stick should
be used.
27. When planing narrow workpices additional measures. Such as of horizontal pressure devices and
spring-loaded guards, may be necessary to ensure
safe working.
28. Do not use the tool cut rebate.
29. The effectiveness of the device for the prevention of
kickback and the feed spindle should be regularly
inspected to ensure safe operation.
WARNING!
On not designated use of the aspiration system
there will be generated dangers for the staff, the
aspiration system and other objects of the operator,
furthermore the function of the machine can be
affected.
The Planer-Thicknesser of ADH-Series is used for dressing and thicknesses of wooden boards and strips. The
processing of solid wood, chipboard, panels and profiles is possible. The machine must be operated only
with a appropriate chip extraction hood.
The Planer-Thicknesser has not been designed for commercial, craft or industrial use.
The observance of all information in these instructions also
belongs to the designated use. Every different use except
of the designated use is considered as a false use.
Stürmer Maschinen GmbH assumes no liability for design-based or technical modifications to the PlanerThicknesser.
Claims of any kind for damages caused by improper
use are null and void.
WARNING!
Danger in case of misuse!
A misuse of the Planer-Thicknesser can result in
dangerous situations.
- Only operate the Planer-Thicknesser in the power
range given in the technical specifications.
- Never operate the machine without the safety devices.
- Never work up other materials that do not correspond to those which are required for the intended
use.
- Only operate the Planer-Thicknesser in a technically flawless status.
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Technical Data
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Technical Data
4.1 Type plate
Model
ADH 200
ADH 250
ADH 305
Electrical
connection
230 V /
50Hz
230 V /
50Hz
230 V /
50Hz
Motor output
1,5 kW
1,5 kW
1,8 kW
Speed
8500
rpm
8500
rpm
8500
rpm
Number of
planing knives
2
2
2
Extraction duct Ø
80 mm
80 mm
80 mm
5
1105x
550x570
1135x
600x570
5.1 Delivery and transport
Dimensions
(LxWxH) [mm]
Weight
29 kg
40 kg
42 kg
Sound pressure
level in the air
(LpA)
ca. 98
dB(A)
ca. 98
dB(A)
ca. 98
dB(A)
Sound power
level (LwA)
ca. 107
dB(A)
ca. 107
dB(A)
ca. 107
dB(A)
Sound pressure
level at the workplace (LpA)
ca. 89
dB(A)
ca. 89
dB(A)
ca. 89
dB(A)
Fig. 2: Type plate ADH 250
Transport, packaging, storage
Anlieferung
Check the Planer-Thicknesser for visible transport
damage upon delivery. In case of visible damage to the
Planer-Thicknesser, immediately notify the carrier or
your retailer.
Transport
WARNING!
Planer
Danger to life!
Failure to observe the weight of the device as well as
the safe working load of the lifting means during
transport or lifting operations, can tilt or topple the
unit.
- During transportation and lifting work note the
weight of the machine and also the safe working
load of the lifting device.
Max. planing
width
204 mm
254 mm
305 mm
Planing shaft Ø
50 mm
50 mm
50 mm
Max. cutting
depth
2 mm
3 mm
2 mm
Rip fence
520 x
102 mm
620 x
120 mm
610 x
127 mm
Fence Angle
90° 135°
90° 135°
90° 135°
737 x
210 mm
1050 x
260 mm
1075 x
310 mm
Max. cutting
width
204 mm
254 mm
305 mm
Max. cutting
thickness
5-120
mm
6 - 160
mm
6 - 160
mm
Max. cutting
depth
2 mm
2 mm
1 mm
All used packaging materials and packaging aids of the
Planer-Thicknesser are recyclable and generally need
to be transported to the material recycling.
Thicknessing
table (LxW)
255 x
204 mm
450 x
254 mm
500 x
305 mm
Crush the packaging material made of cardboard and
supply it to the waste paper collection.
Jointing table
(LxW)
- The lifting device and the load slings check for perfect condition
The Planer-Thicknesser may only be transported with
the motor switched off.
Transport with forklift truck/pallet truck:
Thicknesser
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The Planer-Thicknesser can be transported with a forklift
truck or pallet truck when it is fixed mounted on a pallet.
Packaging
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The films are made of polyethylene (PE) and the upholstery parts are made of polystyrene (PS). These materials have to be delivered to a recycling station of the responsible dumping company.
Storage
The Planer-Thicknesser must be stored thoroughly
cleaned in a dry, clean and frost-free environment. Cover the machine with a protective tarpaulin.
Environment temperature range: -25 °C to +55 °C.
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Machine description
6.1 Illustration
The illustrations in these operating instructions serve the general comprehension and may deviate from the actual type.
Fig. 4: Hobelmesserwelle
A Screw
B Clamping segment
C Planer
D Spring
E Bearing
6.2 Scope of supply
ADH 200
- Planing machine
- Chip extraction hood
- Jointer fence
- Tube
- Dust bag
- Instruction manual
Fig. 3: Planer-Thicknesser ADH 250
ADH 250 / 305
- Planing machine
- Chip extraction hood
- Jointer fence
- Push stick
- Screw, Clamping screw
- Hand knob
- Allen key
- Instruction manual
1 Dust chute
2 Fence
3 Infeed table
4 Height setting of infeed table
5 Cutterblock cover
6 ON/OFF switch
7 Tool kit
8 Outfeed table
9 Overload protection switch
10 Height setting of thicknesser
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Installation and erection
7.1 Requirements for the place of installation
The Planer-Thicknesser must be stably erected on a level and solid ground. There must be enough space for
the operating personnel, for the transport of material as
well as for adjusting and maintenance. The place of installation should meet the following criteria:
- Make sure that the floor has sufficient load
bearing capacity and is level.
- The background must not let any lubricant through.
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- The Planer-Thicknesser must only be installed and
operated in a dry, frost-free and well-ventilated
place.
- Avoid places nearby machines generating chips
or dust.
- Provide sufficient space for the staff preparing and
operating the machine and transporting the material. Also consider that the machine is accessible
for setting and maintenance works.
- Provide for sufficient illumination (Minimum value:
300 lux)
- There must be a extraction device with min.
690 m3/h extraction capacity, min. 20 m/s flow rate
at the hood connection; Hose diameter 65 mm,
max. hose length 4 m.
7.2 Installation of the Planer-Thicknesser
ATTENTION!
Risk of injury through an unstable stand of the machine!
Check the stability of the machine after installation on a
stable backgroud.
ATTENTION!
Consider the weight of the machine!
The machine may be installed only by two persons.
Check the tools corresponding to sufficient dimensioning and load carrying capacity.
Fig. 5: Hole separation ADH 200 / ADH 250 / ADH 305
Mounting of the parts
Step 1: Attach the aluminium fence on the PlanerThicknesser with the 6 -1.0 x 16 mm screws.
ATTENTION!
To ensure sufficient stability of the machine, it should
be screwed to the ground. For this purpose, 4 drill
holes are located at the bottom of the machine housing
The Planer-Thicknesser is shipped complete in one carton and Is already largely assembled. After delivery only
a few parts have to be installed.
Step 1: After unpacking from the carton lift the machine
and put it at the desired place of use.
Step 2: Assembly the Chip extraction hood with the two
brackets (depending on the operating mode)
and activate the safety switch.
Step 3: Connect the extraction hose and the dust bag.
Install of the extraction hose
Tips and recommendations
The extraction device must ensure a extraction
capacity from min. 690 m3/h by flow rate min. 20 m/s
at the hood connection.
Installation on a workbench
The Planer-Thicknesser can be installed on a
workbench using bolts, lock washers and hex nuts (not
supplied).- The planer-thicknesser must be bolted to a
firm, level surface.
Step1: Connect a extraction hose diameter 65 mm with
hose clamp on the ventilation hood connection of
the machine. Connect the other end of the extraction hose with a hose clamp at intake socet of
the chip extraction hood.
Make sure the planer-thicknesser doesn‘t rock and the
tables are level.
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Protective gloves
Use protective gloves!
WARNING!
Every working at the electrical installation, systems
and equipment must only be carried out by a
qualified electrician.
DANGER!
Electric shock is life-threatening!!
There is a danger to life when you get in contact with
voltaged components. Electrical components which
are on can conduct uncontrolled movements and
cause severest injuries.
- Disconnect the mains plug before you start any
works on the machine.
WARNING!
Danger to life!
There is danger to life for the operator and for other
persons if they do not comply with the following
rules.
- Handling and working with the Planer-Thicknesser
is permitted only to persons who are familiar with
the handling and the mode of operation of the
machine.
- The operator must not work if he is under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication.
- The operator must not work if he is overworked or
suffers from fatigue and difficulties in concentrating.
- The Planer-Thicknesser may only be operated by
one person. Other persons must not enter the working area during operation.
ATTENTION!
Danger of crushing!
Safety boots
Use protective boots!
Protective clothing
Wear protective clothes!
8.1 Planing
In a planing can be reached out a depth up to 2 mm
(ADH 200 , ADH 305) or 3 mm (ADH 250). This depth
may be reached only by:
- Sharp planers
- Soft woods
- Maximum workpiece width
If these characteristics are not observed, there is a risk
of overloading.
Therefore: Edit a workpiece always in repeat worksteps,
until the desired material thickness is reached.
The planing of workpiece with the machine make as
follow:
Step 1: Assemble the chip extraction hood under at the
machine table. On the chip extraction hood be
find two plug connectors, which after positioning
must be pressed in the direction of the machine
table. For positioning these two plugs must pulled outside.
In case of improver work on the Planer-Thicknesser,
there is danger to the upper limbs.
NOTE!
IMPORTANT!
Before commissioning check the electrical connection, cables and contacts.
The bracket (Fig. 6, yellow arrow) on the chip extraction hood activated a safety switch on the machine.
The machine can not be started if this safety switch
is not activated!
Ear protection
Use ear protection!
Eye protection
Use protective glasses!
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Fig. 6: Installation of the chip extraction hood
Step 2: Set the angle fence on the desired height with
handle assembly at spindle with reference to
scale. The angle fence can be released and
clamped via a clamp lever screw. A scale is
attached with the angle.
Fig. 8: Adjustment of the knife shaft cover
Step 5: Power the machine on with the green ON switch.
Step 6: Press the workpiece with one hand against the
Infeed table and angle fence. After that move
the workpiece with the other hand constant..
N
O
P
Fig. 7: Adjustment of the angle fence
Step 3: Set the desired planing depth by you adjusting
lever [Pos. N, Fig. 9] on desired depth on the
scale [Pos. O, Fig. 9].
Step 4: Adjust the cover [Pos. P, Fig. 9] so that the kniffe
shaft is covered.
Fig. 9: Adjustment of the material guide on the planer
Step 7: After completion of the work cycle, switch off the
machine with the red STOP button.
Step 8: During a further working action, must be
maintained wait until the planer blade stands
still.
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8.2 Thicknessing
Step 1: Make sure that the machine is switched off and
disconnected from the power supply.
Step 2: Disassemble the side fence and tilt the knife
shaft cover to the rightmost position
Step 3: Raise the knife shaft cover [Pos. P, Fig. 11] to the
highest position
Step 4: Disassemble you the dust extraction hose. Then
open the bracket [Pos. Q, Fig. 11] on the chip
extraction hood and disassembey this. Place
the chip extraction hood on the table and assembly again brackets. Make sure to the correct
lock. Brackets to serve also as limit switch.
NOTE!
The bracket (Fig. 10, yellow arrow) on the chip extraction hood activated a safety switch on the
machine. The machine can not be started if this
safety switch is not activated!
Fig. 10: Montage Späneabsaughaube
Step 5: Assemble the extraction hose again.
Step 6: Adjust the table height using the handwheel and
the scale. Remember: The current workpiece
height minus Desired chip removal is the end
hight.
Step 7: Power the machine on with the green ON switch.
Step 8: Place the workpiece with the working area upwards
Step 9: If the workpiece not moved by automatic
workpiece feed pull the workpiece manual out.
Step10: After completion of the work cycle, switch off
the machine with the red STOP button.
Step 11: During a further working action, must be
maintained wait until the planer blade stands
still.
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Fig. 11: Adjustment of the material guide on the Thicknesser
8.3 Adjustment of the cutter block
NOTE!
Disconnect the Planer-Thicknesser from power
before servicing!.
The planes knives can be installed with help of the
adjust gauge with the correct excess length (1,5 mm).
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Operation
Step 1: Disconnect the Planer-Thicknesser from power.
Step 4: Turn the planer shaft and place the knife to the
height of the surface B. Tighten the screws of
the planer again.
Check the height by rotating the planer shaft again. The
knife should touch lightly the surface B. Repeat steps 2
& 3, if that is not the case.
Fig. 12: Use of the adjust gauge
Step 2: Move the table height to zero and place the
adjust gauge on the table.
B
Knife touch lightly the surface B
Fig. 15: Adjustment of the cutter block on the surface B
8.4 Workflow
Fig. 13: Place the adjust gauge on the table
Step 3: Place the adjust gauge with the both surfaces A
on the table. The surface B must be stood directly above the knife. A little loosen the screw
on the cutter block.
IMPORTANT!
Before starting work,make sure, that the cutter block
cover and the chip extraction hood are mounted. The
cutter block must sharp and set correctly.
Step1: Make adjustments to the machine for the
thicknessing operation and connect the extraction device.
Use protective gloves!
Step 2: Plug the power supply in the socket.
IMPORTANT!
Step 3: Switch on the extraction device.
Use protective gloves, because the cutter block is
sharp-edged.
A
B
Step 4: Power the machine on with the green ON switch
Step 5: Place the workpiece and execute the thicknessing operation
Step 6: After completion of the work cycle, switch off the
machine with the red STOP button and pull out
power supply. Put out the extraction device.
Surface A is at same height
the surface B is lower than A
about 0,05 mm
A
Position with surface A
on the working table
Fig. 14: Adjustment of the cutter block on the surface B
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Care, maintenance and overhaul/repair
DANGER!
Electric shock is life-threatening!
There is a danger of life in case of contact with current running through components.Electrical components that are on can cause uncontrolled movements
and lead to the most serious injuries.
- Always disconnect the mains plug before you start
cleaning and maintenance works.
- Connections and repairs of the electrical equipment may only be carried out by specialized electrical staff.
9.1 Care after working
Use protective gloves!
9.2 Maintenance and repair
Maintenance and repair work may only be carried out by
qualified personnel.
Should the Planer-Thicknesserdoes not work properly,
contact your dealer or our customer service. Contact
details can be found in chapter 1.2 Customer.
All protection and safety devices must be reinstalled after completion of repair and maintenance work
immediately
9.2.1 Functional check
The Planer-Thicknesser is delivered ready for use.
Before each use, a functional check should be carried
out.
Step1: The driving belt must be tension.
Step 2: The planer knife must rotate free and must not
clamp.
NOTE!
Never use strong detergents for all cleaning work.
This can lead to damage or destruction of the device.
Step 1: Remove the power plug from the socket.
Step 2: Drain and clean the extraction device
Step 3: Clean the machine of chips and planer dust with
the compressed air (Important: Use the protective glasses and the breathing protection!)
and/or with a dry cleaning cloth.
Step 4: Spray or lubricate all unpainted metal surfaces
with some anti-rust spray.
Step 5: Lubricate the shaft and the bearing.
Step 6: Check the machine for damage on the safety
devices and on the planer knife. If necessary, in
compliance with the Safety, the repair execute.
Step 7: Check the machine regularly for:
Step 3: Check the connecting cable for damage.
9.2.2 Extraction device
Check daily the extraction device on the sufficient function. If the extraction device does not work or is
restricted, it must be restored. Only then can the PlanerThicknesser be put into operation.
9.2.3 Lubrication
Lubricate regularly the bearing and guides. Oiling the
shaft and threaded rod.
9.2.4 Change of the drive belt
The drive belt must not come into contact with oil or fat.
It must be checked regularly at the wear, cracks and
brittleness. If necessary, replace the drive belt, but at
least once a year.
- Right tension of the driving belt
- Loose screws and nuts
- The worn or damaged Switch
- The worn or damaged the planer knife.
Step 8: Check every 3 months, in case of daily use every month the drive belt. Replace in case of
wear or damage.
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Troubleshooting
10 Troubleshooting
Malfunction
Possible cause
Remedy
Engine does not start
Power supply is
ON/OFF Switch is defective.
Protektive switch is ON
Check the power connection by expert staff.
Cool the motor, then restart
The motor is runnig, but planer knife
does not turn.
The driving is torn
Replace the drive belt.
Motor is hot
1. Motor short circuit
1. Remove the power plug from the
socket and check/repair the
machine by expert staff.
2. Motor is overloaded
2. Cool the motor.
3. Blunt planer knife
3. Replace or sharpen the planer
knife.
1. Blunt planer knife
1. Replace or sharpen the planer
knife.
2. The tool is deformed.
2. Replace the tool.
1. Dirt or chips in the machine deposit and block the hand wheel.
1. Clean the machine and lubricate
the bearing.
The motor dies, the workpiece is
burned when planing
Handwheels are difficult to move.
11 Disposal, recycling of used devices
For environmental benefits it is necessary to ensure that
all components of the machine are only disposed of by
the provided and allowed means.
11.1 Decommissioning
Immediately decommission used machines in order to
avoid later misuse and endangering of the environment
or of persons.
Step 1: Dispose of all environmentally hazardous operating materials of the used device.
Step 2: If required, disassemble the machine into easyto-handle and usable components and parts.
11.2 Disposal of electrical devices
Electrical devices include numerous recyclable materials as well as environmentally hazardous components.
These components must be disposed of separately and
professionally. In case of doubt, please contact your
municipal waste management company.
For the recycling process, please request the assistance of a specialized waste disposal centre if required.
11.3 Disposal of lubricants
The manufacturer of the lubricant makes the disposal instructions for the used lubricants available. If applicable, ask for the product-specific data sheets.
Step 3: Supply the machine components and operating
materials to the provided disposal routes.
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Electric circuit diagram
12 Electric circuit diagram
Loss of warranty
The manufacturer's warranty will become null and
void if non admitted spare parts are being used.
13.1 Order of spare parts
The spare parts may be purchased with the authorised
dealer or directly with the manufacturer. Please find the
corresponding contact data in Chapter 1.2 Customer
service.
Indicate the following basic information for spare part
orders:
- Type of device
- Serial number
- Position number
- Quantity
- Year of manufacture
- Required mode of dispatch (mail, freight, sea, air,
express)
- Address of dispatch
Spare part orders which do not include the above indications may not be taken into consideration. If the indications regarding the mode of dispatch are missing, the
product is dispatched at the discretion of the supplier.
You will find indications regarding the device type, article number and year of manufacturing on the type plate
which is fixed on the device.
Example
It is necessary to order the driving belt for the PlanerThicknesser ADH 250. The driving belt has part
number 167 on the spare parts drawing.
Abb. 16: Electric circuit diagram ADH 200, ADH 250, ADH 305
13 Spare parts
DANGER!
Danger of injury by the use of wrong spare
parts!
Dangers may result for the user and damages as
well as malfunctions may be caused by using wrong
or damaged spare parts.
- Type of machine: Planer-Thicknesser ADH 250
- Article number: 5905250
- Position number: 167
The order No. is: 0-5905250-17
The order No. consists of the article number, the position number and one digit (0) in front of the article
number.
- Place the digit 0 in front of the article number.
- Also place the digit 0 in front of the part numbers 1
through 9.
- Only use original spare parts of the manufacturer or
spare parts admitted by the manufacturer.
- Always contact the manufacturer in case of uncertainties.
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Spare parts
13.2 Spare parts drawings
The following drawings are intended to help in case of service, to identify necessary spare parts. To order send a copy
of the parts drawing with marked components to your dealer.
Fig. 17: Spare parts drawing ADH 200
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Spare parts
Fig. 18: Spare parts drawing ADH 250
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Spare parts
Fig. 19: Spare parts drawing ADH 305
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EC Declaration of Conformity
14 EC Declaration of Conformity
As per machine directive 2006/42/EC, Appendix II 1.A
Manufacturer / distributor:
Stürmer Maschinen GmbH
Dr.-Robert-Pfleger-Str. 26
D-96103 Hallstadt
hereby declares that the following product
Product Category:
Holzstar® Woodworking machines
Machine typ:
Planer-Thicknesser
Designation of the machine:
Article number:
ADH 200
ADH 250
ADH 305
5905250
5905250
5905250
Serial number:
___________________
Year of manufacture:
20____
corresponds, on the basis of its design and construction, as well as the version that we have put into circulation, with the
relevant fundamental health and safety requirements of (subsequent) EU Directives.
Relevant EU Directives:
2014/35/EU
2014/30/EU
Low Voltage Directive
EMC-Directive
The following harmonized standards have been applied:
DIN EN 60204-1:2007-06
Safety of machines - Basic concepts, general principles for design Part 1: General requirements
DIN EN ISO 12100:2010
Safety of machinery. General principles for design.
Risk assessment and risk reduction (ISO 12100:2010)
DIN EN 861
Safety of woodworking machines - Surface planing and thicknessing
machines
Responsible for documentation:
Engineering Department, Dr.-Robert-Pfleger-Str. 26, D-96103 Hallstadt
Hallstadt, 26.04.2016
______________________
Kilian Stürmer
CEO, Director
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