ProLam Ultra-X10 User Manual

ProLam Ultra-X10 User Manual
ProLam ULTRA
6 Roller Photo Pouch Laminator
Professional Grade
Operation Manual
Make sure you read this manual before using the machine.
Store this guide safely, so that you can use it in the future.
Contents
1. Specifications............................................................ 1
2. Safety Precautions................................................. 2-3
3. Lamination Settings Guide....................................... 4
4. Control Layout & Functions..................................... 4
5. Operating Instructions........................................... 5-6
6. Troubleshooting......................................................... 7
7. Warranty Policy.......................................................... 7
1. Specifications
Max. Laminating Width
13” (330 mm)
Max. Laminating Speed
53”/min (1350 mm/min)
Max. Pouch Thickness
14 mil (350 mic)
Max. Laminating Thickness
1/8” (3 mm)
Heating System
Heated Rollers Internal Heating
Number of Rollers
6
Operating Temp.
0℃ - 140℃
Temperature Control
Yes, Keypad
Speed Control
9 Settings
Reverse Setting
Yes
Preheating Time
5 mins
Power Consumption
1000 watts
Rating
100 ~ 240V / 50, 60 Hz
Dimensions
21 1/8” x 10 3/4” x 5 1/8”
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2. Safety Precautions
WARNING
Do not use broken, aging or self-made electrical wire. Do not bend, twist or
tie the electrical wire, to avoid the fire or electric shock.
If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or our
service agent or a similar qualified technician.
Do not use a power outlet outlet that is not in accordance with the rated
voltage, to avoid the risk of fire or electric shock.
Do not disassemble, modify or repair the machine yourself.
DO NOT
DISASSEMBLE
Do not wear neckties or necklaces while operating this machine.
ENTANGLEMENT
WARNING
If an article becomes stuck in the machine, press the REVERSE
button right away. If this does not work, cut off the power
supply at once.
Do not open the cover of the machine.
Do not operate the machine with the cover open.
Do not introduce the machine to water.
ELECTRIC SHOCK
WARNING
Do not operate the machine with wet hands.
Unplug the machine from the power supply when moving.
Do not put on top of the laminator while it is in use.
Do not insert objects other than laminating pouches, as they
may burn and give rise to smoke.
HIGH TEMPERATURE
WARNING
Do not touch the cover, rubber rollers or heating part while
the machine is in use.
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2. Safety Precautions
WARNING
Keep this machine in a dry and cool place.
WORK
AREA
POUCH FILM
OBJECTS
Make sure the machine has room in front of and behind the machine for
adequate airflow and to allow sufficient space for the laminating pouches
to go in and out.
This machines has been tested to be 100% compatible with Akiles brand
laminating pouches. Using other brands may not achieve the same
results.
The length and width of the laminating pouch should be 3-5mm larger
than the document to be laminated.
The ProLam Ultra uses heated rollers, so do not use the following objects
with this machine:
• Easy to burn material
• Documents wider than 13”
• Documents thicker than 1mm
• Single side pouch films (PVC film)
• Heat sensitive paper or articles that can be faded or transformed by
heat
• Articles that have cracks, dampness, or deformation before laminating
• Coins or any other types of hard material
MACHINE
OPERATION
Please follow the recommended heat settings in this manual when using
this laminator.
Turn off the machine when it will not be in use for an extended period of
time.
If you have issues with the machine, please discontinue use and contact
your dealer for repair.
NOTES
Close supervision is necessary when using this machine near children.
Do not use any accessory that is not designed specifically for this machine.
Laminated photos, documents, etc. are permanent and cannot be taken apart.
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3. Lamination Settings Guide
Film
Thickness
(mil)
Paper
3
Without Carrier
With Carrier
Temp°C
Speed
Temp°C
Speed
Letter (20 lb)
100 - 110
4- 7
120 - 130
4- 5
5
Letter (20 lb)
110 - 120
5- 6
120 - 130
3- 4
7
Letter (20 lb)
115 - 125
5- 6
130 - 140
3- 4
10
Letter (20 lb)
120 - 130
4- 5
140
2- 3
14
Letter (20 lb)
130 - 140
3- 4
140
1- 2
* If using a low temperature film, please decrease temp 15 - 20°C.
* To avoid damaging the machine, please use recommended settings.
4. Control Layout and Functions
● Start: Hold HOT 1 sec
● Off: MEMO, STOP
● Memory: MEMO, 1~7
● Cold: MEMO, HOT
● HOT / COLD
: Start Hot / Cold Lamination
● TEMP
: Modify temperature (0~140°C)
● SPEED
: 1 ~ 9 Speeds
● MEMO
: Preset temp and speed settings (MEMO + 1~7)
● MEAS
: Display current roller temp.
● STOP
: Stop roller operation
● REVERSE
: Reverse
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5. Operating Instructions
1. Plug the included power cord into the back of the machine and into
a compatible power outlet.
2. Turn on the power switch behind machine
3. Hot Lamination
- Hold the HOT / COLD button for 1 second and the LCD display will turn on.
- Hot mode icon will flash.
- The initial setting is at 100°C and Speed 6
- When the machine has warmed up to the set temperature, the “READY” icon
will show on the dispaly and the machine will beep 3 times.
4. Machine Settings
- To increase or decrease the temperature, use the UP or DOWN Temp buttons.
- To laminate faster, use the UP or DOWN Speed Buttons (1~9 Speeds)
- To see the current roller temperature, press MEAS.
- To stop the rollers press STOP.
- To put the rollers in reverse, press REV.
- To use the factory preset settings, press MEMO, 1~7.
Memo+1: 100°C, Speed 7
Memo+5: 115°C, Speed 5
Memo+2: 100°C, Speed 6
Memo+6: 120°C, Speed 4
Memo+3: 105°C, Speed 6
Memo+7: 130°C, Speed 4
Memo+4: 110°C, Speed 5
Warning - Insert the sealed side of a laminating pouch first.
5. Cold Lamination
- Hold the HOT / COLD button to turn on the LCD display.
- Press MEMO button and then press the HOT / COLD button.
- The display will read Cold and the cold mode icon will flash.
- When the “READY” icon shows on the display, the machine will beep once
and the user can start laminating. (Use cold film only).
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5. Operating Instructions
6. Shutting Down
- Press MEMO and then the STOP button to initiate AUTO SHUTOFF.
- Once the roller temperature reaches below 65°C, the machine will beep
5 times and the power will shut off automatically.
- (Keep the temperature at 70°C and speed 2 for “STAND BY” mode.)
Warning - Do not turn off the Power Switch as soon as you are
finished laminating to prevent overheating. Please use the AUTO
SHUTOFF feature to prevent overheating.
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6. Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Solution
● Power cord is not properly
● Make sure the power cord is
● Power switch is off
● Check that the power switch
Bad lamination
● Temperature is not at the
● Adjust the temperature
Excessive noise
● Operation of the gears is
● Turn off the machine and
No increase in
temperature
● Check power plug
● Turn off the machine and
Corner is not sealed
● Document is too thick or
● Use a thinner document,
Emergency state
● Something may be stuck
● Turn off the machine and
Machine has no
power or the rollers
are not turning
plugged in
correct setting
not smooth
the temperature setting
is not hot enough
between the rollers or
they are out of position
completely inserted
is in the on position
higher or lower until the
desired result is achieved
contact Akiles Products.
contact Akiles Products
leave approx 5mm of space
around the edges, and/or
turn up the temp setting
contact Akiles Products.
7. Warranty Policy
Your ProLam Ultra has a warranty of one year from the date of purchase. In
the event of a manufacturer’s defect, your distributor (at option) will repair or
replace it. IMPORTANT: This warranty does not cover damages due to
improper use or mistreatment of the unit, including any extraordinary event
leading to the damage of the machine, whether it is reversible or not.
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