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trademarks of QMS, Inc. registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office. PostScript
is a trademark of Adobe Systems, Incorporated for a page description language and may be
registered in certain jurisdictions. Throughout this manual, “PostScript Level 2” is used to refer to
a set of capabilities defined by Adobe Systems for its PostScript Level 2 page description
language. These capabilities, among others, are implemented in this product through a program
designed and developed by QMS which is compatible with Adobe's PostScript Level 2 language.
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the express written permission of QMS, Inc.
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Rights Reserved. This manual may not be copied in whole or in part, nor transferred to any other
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inaccuracies and omissions. However, QMS, Inc. makes no warranty of any kind including,
but not limited to, any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose with regard to this manual. QMS, Inc. assumes no responsibility for, or liability for,
errors contained in this manual or for incidental, special, or consequential damages arising out of
the furnishing of this manual, or the use of this manual in operating the equipment, or in
connection with the performance of the equipment when so operated.
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Introduction ........................................................................ 1-2
Booklets 1-3
QMS 4060 Print System 1-4
Folder/Stapler 1-4
Trimmer 1-4
About the Documentation ................................................. 1-4
Standard Product Documentation 1-5
About This Manual ............................................................. 1-6
Typographic Conventions 1-7
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Introduction ........................................................................ 2-2
Finding a Good Location 2-2
Power Requirements 2-3
About the QMS 4060 .......................................................... 2-3
About the Folder/Stapler ................................................... 2-6
Safety Rules 2-6
Using the Control Panel 2-7
Control Panel Indicators 2-8
Control Panel Keys 2-9
About the Trimmer ........................................................... 2-11
Safety Rules 2-11
Using the Control Panel 2-12
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Introduction ........................................................................ 3-2
Operating the Folder/Stapler ............................................ 3-2
Turning on the Folder/Stapler 3-2
Turning off the Folder/Stapler 3-3
About Staples 3-3
Loading Staples 3-3
Replacing a Stapler Head Blade 3-8
Operating the Trimmer .................................................... 3-11
Turning on the Trimmer 3-11
Turning off the Trimmer 3-12
Emptying the Waste Paper Tray 3-13
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Introduction ........................................................................ 4-2
Booklet Terminology ......................................................... 4-2
Booklet 4-2
Printing a Booklet 4-3
Sheet 4-4
Page 4-4
Booklet Thickness ............................................................. 4-5
Booklet Cover Sheet 4-5
Positioning Pre-Printed Cover Sheets 4-6
Booklet Inner Sheets 4-6
Changing Booklet Format ................................................. 4-7
Configuring the Printer to Use the Correct Paper
Size 4-7
11" x 17" Paper 4-7
Letter, 8 1/2" x 11" Paper 4-14
Adjusting the Folder/Stapler ........................................... 4-16
Adjusting The Side Tabs 4-23
Adjusting Booklet Sheet Size 4-25
Adjusting Stapler Head Position 4-27
Adjusting the Trimmer ..................................................... 4-32
Adjusting the Trimming Position 4-32
Adjusting the Conveyor Delays 4-35
Configuring the Printer to Create Booklets ................... 4-37
QMS Level 2 Windows 3.x/95 Printer Driver 4-37
QMS Level 2 Windows NT 4.0 Printer Driver 4-44
Printer Configuration Menu 4-52
Document Option Commands (DOC) 4-54
Adjusting the Conveyor Wheel Position 4-57
Cancelling a Print Job ..................................................... 4-57
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Introduction ........................................................................ 5-2
QMS 4060 Print System Maintenance .............................. 5-2
Folder/Stapler Maintenance .............................................. 5-2
Maintenance Schedule 5-3
Cleaning Guidelines 5-3
Cleaning the Folding Rollers 5-3
Handling a Stapler 5-5
Cleaning a Stapler Head 5-5
Replacing a Stapler Head Blade 5-11
Trimmer Maintenance ...................................................... 5-14
Cleaning Guidelines 5-14
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Introduction ........................................................................ 6-2
Troubleshooting the QMS 4060 Print System ................. 6-2
Status Messages 6-2
Service Messages 6-3
Paper Jams 6-3
Troubleshooting the Folder/Stapler ................................. 6-4
Preventing Jams 6-4
Clearing paper Jams 6-5
Clearing Stapler Jams 6-6
Stapler Won't Staple 6-12
Troubleshooting the Trimmer ......................................... 6-13
Preventing Jams 6-13
Clearing Paper Jams 6-14
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Troubleshooting General Booklet Problems ................. 6-15
Header and Trailer Pages are Bound Inside
Booklets 6-15
Pages from Other Jobs are Bound Inside
Booklets 6-15
Booklet Prints on Wrong Size Paper 6-16
Placing a Service Call ...................................................... 6-17
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Stapler Head ....................................................................... 7-2
Installing a Stapler Head 7-2
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Sources of Support ........................................................... A-2
Your QMS Vendor A-2
Your Application Vendor A-2
Q-FAX A-2
The QMS Corporate Bulletin Board System A-3
CompuServe A-3
Internet A-3
QMS Customer Response Center (CRC) A-4
QMS World-wide Offices .................................................. A-5
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QMS 4060 Print System Specifications .......................... B-2
Print Engine B-2
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Folder/Stapler Specifications .......................................... B-3
Folding and Stapling B-3
Controller B-3
Media B-4
Paper Weight Conversion Chart B-5
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Media Thickness B-6
Physical Characteristics B-9
Electrical Requirements B-9
Environmental Requirements B-9
Consumable Supplies B-10
Cable B-10
Trimmer Specifications .................................................. B-11
Trimming Engine B-11
Controller B-11
Media B-11
Physical B-11
Electrical B-12
Environmental B-12
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The QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System is a powerful high-speed,
high-quality document management system, featuring advanced document printing and booklet production capabilities, and designed for
use in multi-network and/or stand-alone environments.
The QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System is comprised of three main
units: the QMS 4060 Print System, booklet Folder/Stapler, and
optional booklet Trimmer.
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The QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System is capable of producing 5.5''
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11'' sheets, and an 8.5'' x 11'' booklet is printed on 11'' x 17'' sheets.
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Note: For discussion of booklet terminology, refer to chapter 4,
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The QMS 4060 Print System is a powerful, but easy-to-use 40 pageper-minute monochrome laser print system supporting duplex printing, print media in a variety of page sizes, and advanced paper handling and document finishing options. This unit is also capable of
automatically sending documents to a special output tray for booklet
finishing.
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The folding and stapling unit is capable of folding a set of 8.5" x 11" or
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Depending on the number of sheets (usually 4 or more) in a booklet,
the long edge of a booklet becomes jagged, preventing pages from
being easily turned. This unit trims the long edge and sends the finished booklet to the conveyor, which collects the final booklets.
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The documentation provides a window into the many capabilities of
your printer. The more familiar you are with the documentation, the
easier it’ll be for you to achieve the results you want from your printer.
This section gives you an idea of how we’ve organized information
and which documents you’ll probably refer to the most.
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Bookletmaking
System User’s
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You’re looking at this manual right now.
The next section, “About This Manual,”
tells you what’s included in this manual.
QMS 4060
This documentation includes the
Print System
following manuals:
Documentation
„ 4060 Print System Getting Started
(on the QMS
(also in hard copy)
4060
„ QMS 4060 Print System Operation
Documentation
CD-ROM)
„ QMS 4060 Print System Reference
„ QMS 4060 Print System Options
Related
This documentation includes the
Documentation following manuals:
(on the QMS
„ QMS Crown Remote Console User’s
Software Utilities
Guide
CD-ROM)
„ QMS Crown Network Notes
„ QMS CrownNet Setup Guide
„ QMS CrownNet System Administrator’s Guide
„ QMS Crown Document Option Commands
» Note: Details on the contents of this
documentation and other related
QMS 4060 Print System
documentation are provided in
chapter 1 of the QMS 4060 Print
System Getting Started manual.
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This manual contains information about the QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System. It is divided into the following sections:
Introduction
Provides an overview of the
manual.
Using the
QDOC System
Describes how to operate and use
the QMS QDOC Bookletmaking
System.
Operation
Provides information on changing
booklet sizes, and on adding and
replacing staples.
Working with
Booklets
Maintenance
Troubleshooting
Options
Provides booklet specifications
and describes how to print a
booklet and change booklet
formats.
Provides the maintenance
schedule and describes how to
maintain the QMS QDOC
Bookletmaking System.
Provides error message
information and media jam
prevention tips and explains how to
locate and clear media jams.
Describes how to install the stapler
head blades.
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Technical
Specifications
Provides world-wide product sales
and support telephone numbers
and describes how to
communicate with QMS through
the QMS Bulletin Board,
CompuServe, the Internet,
and Q-FAX.
Provide technical specifications for
the QMS QDOC Bookletmaking
System and lists available supplies
and replacement parts.
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The following typographic conventions are used in this manual:
Mixed-Case
Courier
Text you type, and messages and information
displayed on the screen
Mixed-Case
Italic
Courier
Variable text you type; replace the italicized
word(s) with information specific to your printer
or computer
UPPERCASE
COURIER
Information displayed in the printer message
window
lowercase bold
PostScript operators and DOS commands
lowercase italic
Variable information in text
UPPERCASE
File and utility names
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Press the Enter key (PC) or Return key
(Macintosh)
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Note: Notes contain tips, extra information, or important information
that deserves emphasis or reiteration.
▲ Caution: Cautions present information that you need to know to avoid
equipment damage, process failure, or extreme annoyance.
0 WARNING! Warnings indicate the possibility of personal injury if a
specific procedure is not performed exactly as described in the
manual.
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“Introduction” on page 2-2
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“About the QMS 4060” on page 2-3
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“About the Folder/Stapler” on page 2-6
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“About the Trimmer” on page 2-11
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This chapter contains information on finding a good location for and
using the QDOC Bookletmaking System.
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Note: The QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System is not a user-installed
system. It should be installed only by a QMS-authorized service
technician.
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Your QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System operates in any computing
environment with the following requirements:
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In a dry, well-ventilated room.
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Away from cooling and heating sources, extreme temperature
changes, direct sunlight, excessive dust, corrosive chemicals or
vapors, water pipes, refrigerators, any strong electromagnetic
fields (such as that created by an air conditioner), and excessive
vibration. Don’t connect it to the same electrical outlet as noisegenerating equipment.
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In an area with temperature range of 59° - 86° F/15° - 30° C and a
relative humidity range of 20% to 60% (optimal).
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On a hard, level surface capable of supporting 1224 lbs/555 kgs.
Maximum height: QMS 4060 (44.0"/111.8 cm; this includes the
platform height), Folder/Stapler (36.0" /91.4 cm), Trimmer
(34.25"/87.0 cm).
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Close to an easily accessible power supply.
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With enough space as shown in the following diagram to
—Allow adequate ventilation and easy servicing of the system
—Prevent blockage of the air vents.
Note: This drawing shows the dimensions of the full QDOC
Bookletmaking System. It is advised, however, to allow more
space around the system for easy maintenance.
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The QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System requires a properly
grounded AC outlet with a rated line voltage of 110 VAC. Make sure
that the capacity of the electrical outlet is at least 1.2 times that used
by the QDOC system. Noise-generating equipment should not be
connected to the same electrical outlet as the printer.
The recommended frequency is 50-60 Hz for a 110 V system. The
frequency fluctuation is ±0.3 Hz.
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The QMS 4060 Print System is the printing component of the QMS
QDOC Bookletmaking System. It is equipped for direct attachment to
the booklet finishing equipment: the Folder/Stapler and the Trimmer.
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information on setup, operation, and use of the print system.
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Use these illustrations to get acquainted with the external components of the QMS 4060.
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The folding and stapling components of the QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System are shown in the following Folder/Stapler illustration.
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Do not remove protective coverings or casings because this could
compromise safety.
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Staple documents that are made only of paper or cardboard.
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Make sure that the electrical cables do not have any kinks.
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Turn off the Folder/Stapler equipment and unplug the power cord
before removing the unit from the QMS QDOC Bookletmaking
System.
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The control panel, located on the front of Folder/Stapler, displays the
current status, including any condition that needs your attention.
The Folder/Stapler control panel consists of the following parts:
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Four control panel indicators
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Three control panel keys
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One main power switch
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ONLINE
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The four indicators display status information.
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The green light is on
when the Folder/
Stapler is placed on
line.
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process the booklet
pages printed by the
QMS 4060, the
Folder/Stapler must
be on line.
Transport Jam
The red light is on
when a media jam
occurs. The Folder/
Stapler sends a
transport jam error
message to QMS
4060, which then
stops printing.
Media Jam
The red light is on
when the Trimmer
detects a media jam.
The Trimmer then
signals the Folder/
Stapler to halt until
the media jam has
been fixed.
Staple Out
The red light is on
when staples are out
or jammed.
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Stapler is off line. If they are activated while the Folder/Stapler is on
line, they have no effect.
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Function
The OnLine key
toggles the Folder/
Stapler from on line
to off line status.
When the unit is on
line, the green
ONLINE light is on.
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position, the Folder/
Stapler cannot
receive any signals
from the
QMS 4060.
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the Folder/Stapler to
its default state.
When an error
occurs, press the
Reset key to clear the
error and place the
Folder/Stapler back
on line.
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The Test key
activates the folding
and stapling
mechanism only
when sheets are
present. It tests for
proper folding and
stapling of sheets
that are fed through
the Folder/Stapler.
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The power switch
turns the Folder/
Stapler on and off.
When the Folder/
Stapler is on, the
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remains pressed,
and when it is off, the
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sticks out.
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compromise safety.
Caution: The Trimmer can be operated only with a closed
protective cover and waste paper tray.
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The control panel, located on the front of the Trimmer, displays the
current status, including any condition that needs your attention.
The Trimmer control panel consists of
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Four control panel keys
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The four control panel indicators display status information.
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The green On light
comes on when the
Trimmer is turned on.
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properly trim booklet
pages printed by the
QMS 4060, and then
folded and stapled by
the Folder/Stapler,
the Trimmer must be
on line.
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RESET
ERROR
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conveyor
Input Conveyor The yellow input
conveyor indicator
lights when the
Trimmer detects a
media jam before the
job has reached the
trimming knife.
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The red reset
indicator lights after
the Reset key is
pressed.
The yellow output
conveyor indicator
lights when the
Trimmer detects a
media jam after the
job has gone past the
trimming knife.
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The following control panel keys access the Trimmer options.
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The Reset key sets
the Trimmer to its
default state. When
an error occurs,
press the Reset key
to clear the error and
return the Trimmer to
its default state.
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The conveyor knob
adjusts the Trimmer
for the overlap of a
finished booklet.
Turning the conveyor
knob clockwise
decreases overlap,
and turning it
counterclockwise
increases overlap.
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DELAY
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input
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input
conveyor conveyor conveyor
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input
conveyor conveyor conveyor
The output conveyor
knob adjusts the
Trimmer so that the
folded side of a
booklet comes at rest
against the stopper.
Turning the output
conveyor knob
clockwise decreases
the number of times
the belt rotates after
passing the photo
detector, and turning
it counterclockwise
increases the belt
rotation.
Input Conveyor The input conveyor
knob adjusts the
Trimmer so that the
folded side of the
booklet is positioned
directly underneath
the pressure bar.
Turning the input
conveyor knob
clockwise decreases
the number of times
the belt rotates after
passing the photo
detector, and turning
it counterclockwise
increases the belt
rotation.
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This section describes the Folder/Stapler operations you will do frequently, including turning on and off the Folder/Stapler, loading staples, and replacing the stapler head blades.
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Use the following procedure to turn on the Folder/Stapler.
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cord is properly connected to a grounded outlet.
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2
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place the Folder/Stapler off line.
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Folder/Stapler and then unplug the power cord.
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occurs in the Folder/Stapler unit, which comes standard with 2 stapler
heads (although it can be operated with 4 stapler heads); each head
accepts 210 staples. See appendix B, “Technical Specification,” for
staple and stapler head specifications. Contact your QMS vendor for
information on ordering staples and additional staple heads. See
appendix A, “QMS Customer Support,” for a list of locations and telephone numbers.
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heads detect an out-of-staple condition, the staple-out indicator on
the Folder/Stapler control panel lights. QMS recommends that when
an out-of-staple condition occurs, you insert a new (unbroken) unit of
210 staples into each stapler head. This prevents possible stapler
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line.
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the blade from its side, the tip is pointed. Always make sure that the
blade is properly positioned.
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including turning on and off the Trimmer and emptying the waste
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“Booklet Terminology” on page 4-2
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“Booklet Thickness” on page 4-5
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“Changing Booklet Format” on page 4-7
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A booklet is composed of a number of folded sheets of paper.
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11'' sheets, and an 8.5'' x 11'' booklet is printed on 11'' x 17'' sheets.
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prevent media jams and possible damage to the system. If you send a
print job of more than 80 pages of 20 lb paper (75 g/m2 ) to the QMS
QDOC Bookletmaking System while it’s in booklet mode, the system
goes into a “wait state” and displays an error message SIZE >MAX
in the QMS 4060 message window. You must manually delete
the print job from the print queue using the Cancel key on the QMS
4060 control panel to return the system to an active state.
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size of the media used. The number of sheets in a booklet depends
upon the thickness of the paper. A booklet can be up to a maximum of
20 sheets of 20 lb paper (75 g/m2), which means that the QMS
QDOC Bookletmaking System can produce booklets with up to a
maximum of 80 pages.
The total thickness of the cover sheet and the inner sheets should not
be greater than .08'' (2.0 mm).
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section of appendix B to estimate the maximum number of pages
than can be used for your booklet. The weight of paper affects the
number of sheets that can be used; therefore, if a heavier paper is
used, you may not be able to print, fold, and staple 20 sheets.
For example, suppose you want to print a cover sheet on 50 lb
(135 g/m2 ) cover stock (antique). From the media specifications this
has a thickness of .0065 inches. If you subtract this from .08" (the
maximum booklet thickness allowed), you are left with .0735" for the
inner sheets. Now if you want to use 24 lb (90 g/m2 ) bond paper, this
has a thickness of .004." To determine the maximum number of
sheets that you can use in the booklet, divide .0735" by .004" to
obtain 18.375. After rounding down, you have a maximum of 20
sheets. Therefore, your booklet would consist of 1 cover sheet of 50 lb
cover stock and 20 sheets of 24 lb bond stock.
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full color and/or on a different quality paper stock. QMS recommends
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Print System inputbins (trays). See the “Booklet Media Specifications”
section of appendix B, “Technical Specifications,” for cover sheet
media specifications.
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input cassettes of the QMS 4060 Print System unit is essential. The
cover sheet is always printed last, with the cover-side facing up as it
exits the QMS 4060 Print System.
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The inputbin from which you print the inner sheets of your booklet
depends on the size media you’re using:
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11"x17" —If you’re printing on 11"x17" paper, you can use the
standard tray on any of the three standard inputbins (upper, middle or lower).
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8.5"x11" —If you’re printing on 8.5"x11" paper, you must use the
Custom 3 tray and set it up for short-edge feed. The Custom 3
tray can be used on any of the three standard inputbins.
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In the printer’s Administration/Engine/Feed Option/Letter
Feed configuration menu choose Short Edge.
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In the printer’s Operator Control/Custom Inputbin/location menu (where location is the inputbin in which the
8.5"x11" paper is loaded: Upper, Middle, Lower), choose
Letter.
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When changing booklet format from 8.5''x11'' to 11''x17'' paper, you
must do the following:
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Configure the printer to use the correct paper size
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Adjust the Folder/Stapler
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the “Average Caliper Bulking Chart” in appendix B, “Technical Specifications,” to determine exactly what will be used.
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Set the correct paper size for the tray (if necessary) and paper
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controller, using a wrong size paper will cause jamming or the image
positioned incorrectly on the page.
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factory. If you need to configure the trays for any other paper size,
then follow this procedure.
1
Open the tray whose paper size you want to change.
2
Locate the blue locking thumbscrews in the paper tray.
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the paper-size cards.
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sheets of the booklet. Note which side the arrow points to.
Note: Paper is packed in reams of 500 sheets. Do not unpack the
paper above the printer as this might cause particles to fall into
the printer components. Note the arrows on the wrapper. They
show print side of the paper.
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2
Remove the top and bottom sheets.
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that could cause the printer damage.
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paper may jam or have excessive curl.
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Ensure that the paper stack lies flat and does not exceed the
top limit mark.
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result in multiple sheet feeds and other paper handling problems.
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If the paper doesn’t fit properly in the tray recheck your
paper guides to make sure they are in the proper position.
6
Close the tray.
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If you are creating 8.5" x 5.5" booklets, use the following procedures
to load 8.5" x 11" paper into the custom tray:
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Install the custom tray
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support up to three custom trays.
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Tab is pushed forward
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2
Insert the tray into the printer.
3
Access the Operator Control/Custom Inputbin/location
(where Location is the inputbin in which the 8.5" x 11" paper
is loaded: Upper, Middle, Lower), configuration menu and
choose Letter.
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Control/Custom Input bins menu, the printer could select an
incorrect paper size and your image will not be positioned
correctly on the page.
4
In the Administration menu/Engine/Feed Option/Letter Feed/
configuration menu choose Short-Edge.
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If you change the paper format from 8.5" x 11" to 11" x 17" or vice
versa on QMS 4060 Print System, then you must also make the following adjustments to the Folder/Stapler:
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Exchange the tractor and paper input modules
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Adjust the side tab
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two tractor modules (one of each type module for both the 8.5'' x 5.5''
booklet [8.5'' x 11'' sheet] and the 8.5'' x 11'' booklet [11'' x 17''
sheet]).
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connection to QMS 4060 Print System denoted by arrow) and
roll QMS 4060 Print System aside.
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Locate the tractor module, and remove it by lifting it
upwards.
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clearly visible on the paper input module.
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hands.
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placed.
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through the paper input and tractor modules of the Folder/Stapler.
Because air flow, temperature, and other conditions could cause successive printed sheets to become misaligned, the Folder/Stapler uses
the side tab for proper positioning of each printed sheet. The side tab
is activated by a solenoid switch each time a sheet passes through
the Folder/Stapler. This prevents jagged top and bottom pages of the
booklet.
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booklet position.
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tabs must be aligned to the 8.5" x 11" position for printing 5.5" x
8.5" booklets. Both side tabs must be aligned to the 11" x 17"
position for printing 8.5" x 11" booklets.
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Folder/Stapler stop position for these sheets is also different. Use the
following procedure to adjust the booklet sheet size:
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Insert the wheel into the booklet sheet size opening at the
front of Folder/Stapler, and turn the wheel slowly until it
locks into position.
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clockwise, and for 8.5" x 11" booklets (11" x 17" sheets) turn the
wheel counterclockwise.
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3
Remove the adjustment wheel, and put it back in its storage
area.
4
Continue at the appropriate section based on your needs.
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If you need to change the position of the stapler heads, continue with “Adjusting Stapler Head Position” on page 4-27.
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If you’ve completed all Folder/Stapler adjustments, continue
with step 5.
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Reconnect the Folder/Stapler to the QMS 4060 Print System.
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Place the Folder/Stapler on line.
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position of the staple heads may need to be changed for better quality
booklets.
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Roll the Trimmer away from the Folder/Stapler to reach the
stapler head assembly.
The stapler heads are located on the left side of the Folder/Stapler.
2
Remove the hexagonal screwdriver from its storage location.
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Remove the staples.
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Partially unscrew the stapler head blade clamping screw.
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out over the notch.
Warning : The blade is sharp and can cause injury if not handled
properly. Exercise caution when removing the blade to avoid
injury.
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Locate the two stapler head screws which attach the stapler
head to the Folder/Stapler frame.
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Remove these screws using the stapler head screwdriver,
while supporting the stapler head with your hand.
Caution: Do not drop the stapler head.
10 Locate the new position of the stapler head as shown in
“Adjusting Stapler Head Position” on page 4-27.
11 Place the stapler head into its new position and tighten the
two stapler head screws.
12 Reattach the staple-out cable connector to the nearest position on the frame.
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staple path.
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(a number) on top of the blade is visible. This assures correct
positioning of the blade.
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15 Add new staples.
16 Repeat steps 3 through 15 in this procedure to reposition
other stapler heads, if necessary.
17 Place the stapler head screwdriver back in its storage location.
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the booklet format.
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Adjust the trimming position
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Adjust the offsets
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Adjust the conveyor wheel
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The long side of a booklet becomes jagged when folded, so the Trimmer trims it to make the booklet pages neater and easier to flip
through. Use the following procedure to adjust the trimming position.
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WARNING! The QMS 4060 Print System, Folder/Stapler, and
Trimmer are connected with electrical cables. Make sure all of the
cables are unplugged before moving one or more of these units.
Always switch off and unplug the Trimmer before moving it away
from the QDOC Bookletmaking System.
ACHTUNG! Das QMS 4060 Print System, Falz-/Heftsystem und
der Trimmer sind durch Kabel verbunden. Vergewissern Sie sich,
daá alle Kabel abgezogen sind, bevor Sie die Geräte
verschieben. Schalten Sie den Trimmer immer aus und ziehen
Sie die Kabel ab, bevor sie ihn vom QDOC Booklet System
wegschieben.
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required booklet format marking or more to the right, based
on the number of pages in your booklet.
The booklet formats are 8.5" x 11" for 5.5” x 8.5" booklets and 11"
x 17" for 8.5" x 11" booklets.
The trimming position dial shows an area half the size of the short
edge of a booklet sheet. For an 5.5" x 8.5" booklet half the short
edge is 148.5 mm. For an 8.5" x 11" booklet, half the short-edge
of the 11" x 17" sheet is 210 mm. The dial allows further trimming
in millimeters (turn it to the right for further trimming).
The final trimming position adjustment is based on the number of
pages of the booklet. The more pages, the more the booklet must
be trimmed. As a rule of thumb, a booklet with 20 sheets may
require as much as 2-4 mm to be trimmed off.
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then adjust it, print 1 more and test it, and so on until the desired
results are achieved.
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Turn the locking wheels clockwise to tighten them.
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For improved booklet quality, the Trimmer adjusts the offset of the
three transport belts. Since 5.5" x 8.5" and 8.5" x 11" booklets have
defined lengths, the transport mechanism needs more or less offset
to compensate for the difference in dimension. Conveyor delay
adjusts are best performed using a test booklet so you can visually
eye the conveyor while making appropriate conveyor adjustments.
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flat screwdriver.
The conveyor delay adjustments are located on the Trimmer control
panel.
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for a short period of time to ensure that the booklet is delivered at the
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the folded side of the booklet is positioned directly
underneath the pressure bar. Turning the input
conveyor knob clockwise decreases the number of
times the belt rotates after passing the photo detector,
and turning it counterclockwise increases the belt
rotation.
output
conveyor
The output conveyor knob adjusts the Trimmer so that
the folded side of a booklet comes at rest against the
stopper. Turning the output conveyor knob clockwise
decreases the number of times the belt rotates after
passing the photo detector, and turning it
counterclockwise increases the belt rotation.
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The conveyor knob adjusts the Trimmer for the
overlap of a finished booklet. Turning the conveyor
knob clockwise decreases overlap, and turning it
counterclockwise increases overlap.
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three methods.
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The QMS Level 2 Windows printer driver
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The control panel configuration menu of the printer
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QMS Document Option Commands (DOCs)
The method that you use depends upon your host environment. Windows 3.x, 95, and NT users should use the QMS driver. Macintosh
users should do their booklet setup from the control panel or manually
edit their PostScript files by inserting the appropriate QMS Document
Option Commands. VMS and UNIX users can use QMS tools to have
the DOC inserted into their print stream, or alternatively the booklets
can be set up from the control panel.
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so that it is produced as a booklet. In your application you should
number the document’s pages in chronological order.
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Bookletmaking System if it hasn’t already been installed, then use the
following instructions to create your booklets.
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From your application’s File menu, access the QDOC
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2
From the Paper Tab, select the input source.
This is the input source for the body of the booklet. If you are not
using different media for cover and inner sheets, then you should
select Match Paper Size. If you are using different media for cover
sheets and/or inner sheets, then you need to select a specific bin
for the sheets used as the body of the booklet.
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Under Output Bin, select Booklet Maker from the drop-down
list box.
4
In the Paper Size section, select the physical size of the
paper, either Letter 8.5 x 11 in or 11x17.
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Be sure to select only Letter 8.5 x 11 or 11 x 17. If you select any
other size, your document will still be printed, folded, and
trimmed, but the final booklet will not be correctly dimensional.
5
Under Orientation, select Portrait.
6
Choose the Multiple Images tab, and the following window
appears.
7
In the Multiple Image Control section, choose the By the
Printer radio button.
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In the Type section choose Booklet.
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In the Page Layout section, select the appropriate Logical
Size.
Your selection here depends upon the page size used in your
application and your final booklet size. If you are creating
5.5" x 8.5" booklets and your document was created using statement size (5.5" x 8.5"), then you should select Statement. If your
document was created using letter size (8.5" x 11"), then you
should select Letter 8.5 x 11 in and then select the Page Scaling
checkbox.
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size (11"x17"), then you should select 11x17 here and then select
the Page Scaling check box.
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booklets 8.5" x 11". A physical size of 8.5" x 11" produces
booklets 5.5" x 8.5". If the booklet page must look exactly as it is
created in the application, then you need to set the paper size
accordingly. However, with the Page Scaling option, you can
create the original using a different paper size. Be aware that
when using Page Scaling, fonts and graphics will appear smaller
than in the original.
10 Under Page Layout, identify the appropriate Left, Right, Top
and Bottom margins.
These are margins imposed on the physical page over and above
any margins that may be specified in the application. These margins are measured from the allowable imageable area for left, top,
right and bottom. The units are in 0.01 of a centipoint (1/7200").
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Note: These margins are absolute and are not affected by the
page scaling selection.
11 For Page Orientation, select Landscape.
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printing.
12 Under Page Range, specify the page number of the First and
Last page in your file that you want to include in your
booklet.
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Note: Under normal operation, no changes should be necessary.
The default setting, 32766, refers to the last page of the
document.
13 For the Border Thickness, enter the width of a border if you
want one.
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page. The outer edge of the border is placed inside the margin
settings. The units are in 0.01 of a centipoint (1/7200").
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the booklet is folded and trimmed, specify the number of
sheets in the Booklet section, then specify the following
information.
a
In the Num Sheets list box identify the number of physical
sheets of paper to be used in the booklet. For example, if
your file has 13-16 pages, you will need 4 physical sheets to
print the booklet. Any blank pages are added at the end of the
booklet.
b
In the Inner margin list box specify the distance between the
printed image on the page and the fold in centipoints (1/7200"
increments). In other words, specify the right margin on lefthand pages and the left margin on right-hand pages.
c
In the Thickness list box specify the thickness of the paper
being used in 1/10 mills (0.0001").
d
In the Fold Direction section Choose the Vertical radio button.
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15 Choose the Options tab.
16 In the Special Pages section, make sure Header Pages is not
selected.
Header and trailer pages are always sent to the default output
bin. Booklet Maker is the default output bin and these pages are
enabled, they will be printed and bound into your booklets. We
highly recommend that you do not enable Header Pages if Booklet Maker is configured as the default output bin.
17 If you want to print the booklet’s cover page on a different
color or weight of media, in the Special Pages section, select
the Cover Page check box, and then from the drop-down list
box, select the tray in which you inserted the cover media.
18 If you want to insert a preprinted sheet (such as a warranty
or registration card), in the Special Pages section, select the
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select the tray in which you inserted the preprinted sheets.
19 Choose OK.
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Bookletmaking System if it hasn’t already been installed, then use the
following instructions to create your booklets.
1
From your application’s File menu, access the QDOC
printer’s Document Properties dialog box.
2
Choose the Advanced tab.
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In the Paper/Output branch, select Paper Size, and then
Select the logical size of the booklet pages.
Your selection here depends upon the page size used in your
application and your final booklet size. If you are creating
5.5" x 8.5" booklets and your document was created using statement size (5.5" x 8.5"), then you should select Statement. If your
document was created using letter size (8.5" x 11"), then you
should select the Letter 8.5 x 11 in and then select On for the
Scale to Fit option in the Document Options/Multiple Image Settings branch.
Similarly, if you are creating 8.5" x 11" booklets and your document was created using letter size (8.5"x11"), then you should
select Letter 8.5 x 11. If your document was created using tabloid
size (11"x17"), then you should select 11x17 here and then select
On for the Scale to Fit option in the Document Options/Multiple
Image Settings branch.
4
In the Paper/Output branch, select Orientation, and then
select Portrait.
5
In the Paper/Output branch, select Paper Source, and then
select the tray in which you loaded the media on which the
booklet will be printed.
If you are using different media for cover and inner sheets, then
you should select Match Paper Size. You will select the specific
source for the cover page in step 13.
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If necessary, click the + sign next to Multiple Image Settings
to expand the branch.
8
In the Document Options/Multiple Image Settings branch,
select Border, and then specify the width of the border to be
printed around each booklet page, if you want one.
Note: This option allows you to add a border around each logical
page. The outer edge of the border is placed inside the margin
settings. The units are in 0.01 of a centipoint (1/7200").
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select First Page, and then specify the page number of the
first page in your file that you want to include in your booklet.
Note: Under normal operation, no changes should be necessary.
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select Last Page, and then specify the page number of the
last page in you file that you want to include in your booklet.
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Note: Under normal operation, no changes should be necessary.
The default setting, 32766, refers to the last page of the
document. Alternatively, you can select the Fill Pages to End of
Document check box.
11 In the Document Options/Multiple Image Settings branch,
select Print on Paper Size, and then select the physical size
of the paper on which the booklet will be printed—either Letter or 11x17.
12 In the Document Options/Multiple Image Settings branch,
select Physical Page Orientation, and then select Landscape.
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Note: Landscape should always be used for normal booklet
printing.
13 If you want to print the booklet’s cover page on a different
color or weight of media, do the following steps. Otherwise,
skip to step 14.
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Click the + sign next to Booklet (Fold Direction Control) to
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Select the Print Cover Page check box.
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Select the tray in which you loaded the cover page media.
14 If you want to insert a preprinted sheet (such as a warranty
or registration card), do the following steps. Otherwise, skip
to step 15.
a
If necessary, click the + sign next to Booklet (Fold Direction
Control) to expand the branch.
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In the Document Options/Multiple Image Settings/Booklet
(Fold Direction Control) branch, select Insert Page.
c
Select the Print Insert Page check box.
d
Select the tray in which you loaded the preprinted insert
pages.
15 To ensure that the outside page margins are consistent after
the booklet is folded and trimmed, in the Document Options/
Multiple Image Settings/Booklet (Fold Direction Control)
branch, specify the following information:
a
Select Booklet (Fold Direction Control), and then specify Fold
Vertically.
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Select Number of Sheets, and then identify the number of
physical sheets of paper to be used in the booklet. For
example, if your file has 13-16 pages, you will need 4 physical
sheets to print the booklet. Any blank pages are added at the
end of the booklet.
c
Select Inner Margins, and then specify the distance between
the printed image on the page and the fold in centipoints
(1/7200" increments). In other words, specify the right margin
on left-hand pages and the left margin on right-hand pages.
d
Select Stock Thickness, and then specify the thickness of the
paper being used in 1/10 mills (0.0001").
16 In the Document Options/Print Job Options branch, select
Header Page, and then ensure that the Print Header at the
bottom of the tab is NOT checked.
17 In the Document Options/Printer Features branch, select
Margins (Margin Control), and then specify the Top Margin,
Bottom Margin, Left Margin, and Right Margin.
These are margins imposed on the physical page over and above
any margins that may be specified in the application. These margins are measured from the allowable printable region for left, top,
right and bottom. The units are in 0.01 of a centipoint (1/7200").
18 In the Document Options/Printers Features branch, select
EOD Position, and then select EOD Bottom to send the endof-document string at the end of the file.
19 Close the Document Properties dialog box.
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vertical, collation—on, orientation—landscape, and outputbin—2
(Folder/Trimmer).
1
In the Operator Control/Booklet/Select menu choose On.
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If all of the booklet’s pages will be printed from the same
inputbin, in the Operator Control/Booklet/Inputbin menu
choose the appropriate inputbin (Upper, Middle, or
Lower). Otherwise, go to step 3.
3
If you’ll be printing the booklet’s cover and inner pages
on a different color or weight of media, complete this
step. Otherwise, go to step 4.
a
In the Operator Control/Booklet/Cover Page menu,
choose On.
b
In the Operator Control/Booklet/Cover Page Inbin menu
choose the source of the cover page media (Lower,
Middle, or Upper).
c
In the Operator Control/Booklet/Inner Page menu choose
On.
d
In the Operator Control/Booklet/Inner Page Inputbin
menu choose the source of the inner page media (Lower,
Middle, or Upper).
4
In the Operator Control/Booklet/Page Scaling menu
choose On/Off
5
In the Operator Control/Booklet/ Page Orientation menu
choose Portrait/Landscape.
6
In the Operator Control/Booklet/Page Size menu choose
Letter or Ledger.
7
In the Operator Control/Copies menu choose the number
of copies of the booklet you want to print.
8
Exit the configuration menu and save your changes.
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Use this method to configure the printer if you’re printing booklets
from a PostScript file. Open the PostScript file as a text file and
include the following DOCs at the beginning of the file before
sending the file to the printer. For more information on using
DOCs, refer to the QMS Document Option Commands manual (in
Adobe Acrobat format on the QMS Software Utilities CD ROM).
%%IncludeFeature: input (value )
Explanation
Identifies the input source for the booklet media
Valid values
lower, middle, upper
Example
%%IncludeFeature: input (lower)
%%IncludeFeature: output (value)
Explanation
Identifies the output location for the booklet
Valid values
2 (the Folder/Stapler)
Example
%%IncludeFeature: output (2)
%%IncludeFeature: pagesize (value)
Explanation
Identifies the logical page size of the booklet
Valid values
A4, A5, B4, B5, executive ledger, legal, letter,
statement
Example
%%IncludeFeature: pagesize (letter)
Note
Your selection here depends upon the page
size used in your application and your final
booklet size. If you are creating 5.5" x 8.5"
booklets and your document was created
using statement size (5.5" x 8.5"), then you
should select Statement here. If your
document was created using letter size (8.5" x
11"), then you should select Letter 8.5 x 11 in
and then use the %%IncludeFeature:
pagescaling (on) command.
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%%IncludeFeature: pageorientation (value)
Explanation
Identifies the page orientation of the logical
pages of the booklet
Valid values
portrait, landscape
Example
%%IncludeFeature: pageorientation (portrait)
%%IncludeFeature: pagescaling (value)
Explanation
Identifies whether the logical pages should be
scaled to fit in their page spots on the physical
pages of the booklets
Valid values
off, on
Example
%%IncludeFeature: pagescaling (on)
Note
Remember, a physical paper size of 11" x 17"
produces booklets 8.5" x 11". A physical size
of 5.5" x 8.5" produces booklets 5.5" x 8.5". If
the booklet page must look exactly as it is
created in the application, then you need to set
the paper size accordingly. However, with the
pagescaling option, you can create the original
using a different paper size. Be aware that
when using page scaling, your fonts and all
graphics will appear smaller than in the
original.
%%IncludeFeature: numcopies (value)
Explanation
Identifies the number of copies of the booklet to
be printed.
Valid values
1-999
Example
%%IncludeFeature: numcopies (10)
%%IncludeFeature: collate (value)
Explanation
Identifies whether collation is enabled or
disabled
Valid values
Off, On
Example
%%IncludeFeature: collate (on)
Note
Collation must be enabled if you’re printing
more than one booklet
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The conveyor wheel picks up the finished booklet and transports it to
the collector. Use the following procedure to align the conveyor wheel:
1
Loosen the screws on both sides of the conveyor wheel.
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booklet. The best possible position is when a finished booklet
(ejected from the Trimmer) slightly touches the conveyor wheel.
This means that for an 5.5" x 8.5" booklet, the conveyor wheel
must be positioned more to the right than an 8.5" x 11" booklet.
2
Adjust the conveyor wheel.
3
Tighten the screws to secure the conveyor wheel in position.
4
Roll the Trimmer back to the Folder/Stapler.
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When a QDOC print job is cancelled, some pages of the cancelled
job may remain in the Folder/Stapler and be bound into the following
print job if they are not removed. Use the following instructions whenever you cancel a print job.
1
Cancel the print job through the application or by pressing
the Cancel button on the QMS 4060 control panel.
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Folder/Stapler control panel to take the Folder/Stapler off
line.
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Press the Test key on the Folder/Stapler control panel to
eject the printed pages.
4
Press the Online key again to put the Folder/Stapler back on
line.
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sections describe the maintenance requirements for each unit.
Always perform the maintenance at the recommended intervals.
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The QMS 4060 Print System cleaning requirements and parts
replacement information are described in the QMS 4060 Print System
Operation manual.
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This section includes a maintenance schedule and instructions for all
basic maintenance tasks, such as cleaning the folding rollers and the
stapler heads, and replacing stapler blades. Depending on the number of booklets produced, your Folder/Stapler requires replacement of
certain parts and cleaning of several areas to ensure excellent booklet quality.
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Clean the folding rollers
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Clean the stapler heads
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Replace the stapler head blades
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reinigen oder Teile ersetzen.
To maintain high quality booklets, and to help prevent media jams,
clean the folding rollers at about every 1,000 booklets. With little use,
the printer’s ink can collect on the folding rollers. This reduces the
roller’s grip. Use the following procedure to clean the folding rollers:
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Turn off and unplug the Folder/Stapler.
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Open the top cover.
3
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Close the top cover.
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Reconnect the Folder/Stapler, and place it back on line.
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Handling a Folder/Stapler unit’s stapler with care preserves its life and
ensures a minimum of downtime. Abuse may cause damage. Keep
the following guidelines in mind when handling a Folder/Stapler stapler:
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Remove jammed or damage staples. See chapter 6, “Troubleshooting,” for details.
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Clear the stapler guide channel thoroughly after a stapler jam.
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damage the stapler blade.
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Clean the stapler head after every 5,000 booklets to prevent dirt
and dust buildup which can cause stapler jams.
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Apply a thin coat of machine oil to the stapler blade after printing
approximately 5,000 booklets.
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staple remnants preserves stapler life and decreases downtime. Use
the following procedure to clean a stapler head.
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Note: QMS recommends that when cleaning the stapler head, you
insert a new (unbroken) unit of 210 staples into each stapler head.
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Open the top cover, and locate the stapler heads.
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With the index finger and thumb, push the stapler slide down
until it clears the recessed area, and gently slide it back to
the unlocked position.
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11 Repeat steps 2-10 for all other staple heads.
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The QMS Folder/Stapler standard feature includes two stapler heads.
A maximum of four stapler heads may be installed. Use the following
procedure to replace a stapler head blade.
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Stapler, so you must roll the Trimmer away from the Folder/Stapler to
reach the stapler head assembly.
1
Open the top cover of the Folder/Stapler.
2
Locate the stapler head and stapler head blade.
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Partially unscrew the stapler head blade clamping screw.
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properly. Exercise caution when removing the blade to avoid
injury.
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With the engraved area of the blade facing you, carefully
insert the new blade into the stapler head until you hear it
click.
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identification mark. If you look at the blade from its side, there is a
pointed tip. Always make sure that the blade is inserted from this
side.
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Load a new unit of staples in the stapler head.
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Trimmer immer aus und ziehen Sie den Netzstecker, bevor sie ihn
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1
Locate the input transport belts.
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6
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“Troubleshooting the QMS 4060 Print System” on page 6-2
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“Troubleshooting the Folder/Stapler” on page 6-3
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“Troubleshooting the Trimmer” on page 6-14
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“Placing a Service Call” on page 6-16
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This chapter provides information to aid you in resolving QMS QDOC
Bookletmaking System problems. You’ll find a table of common status
messages, a list of common problems, and action that you should
take when a problem occurs. There are step-by-step instructions for
removing paper jams from key locations along the paper path. You’ll
also find information you’ll need to have before placing a service call if
one becomes necessary.
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Printer control messages help you locate many problems. When the
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Note: This table lists QDOC-specific status messages. For a
complete list of QMS 4060 status messages, refer to chapter 8,
“Troubleshooting,” in the QMS 4060 Operation manual.
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FINISHER
DISCONNECTED
The interface cable
between the QMS
4060 Print System
and the Folder/
Stapler is
disconnected.
Find the cable and
reconnect it.
FINISHER OFFLINE
The Folder/Stapler is Press the Online key
offline.
to put the Folder/
Stapler unit back on
line.
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FINISHER JAM
A paper jam
occurred in either the
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Trimmer.
Locate and remove
the jam. See
“Clearing paper
Jams” on page 6-5.
OUT OF STAPLES
The Folder/Stapler
has run out of
staples.
Refill the Stapler.
See the “Operating
the Folder/Stapler,”
section of chapter 3
for instructions.
SIZE>MAX
If you send a print
job of more than 88
pages to the QMS
QDOC
Bookletmaking
System while it’s in
booklet mode, the
system goes into a
“wait state.”
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print job from the
print queue using the
Cancel key on the
QMS 4060 control
panel to return the
system to an active
state.
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When the QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System requires service, operation stops, and the QMS 4060 Print System message window displays CALL FOR SERVICE followed by the location of the problem
and an error number. See “Placing a Service Call” on page 6-17 for
other information that you may need to have available when calling
your QMS vendor for service.
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Operations Manual, for information on removing QMS 4060 Print System paper jams.
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Note: When clearing a paper jam, try to remove all paper without
tearing it. If the paper tears, inspect the paper path closely before
closing the QDOC Bookletmaking System. Small scrapes of paper
left in the paper path may not be sensed by the paper jam indicators.
If the printer experiences frequent paper jams, check thoroughly all
possible paper jam locations. If paper scraps remain in the system,
they may prevent the system from printing, and you may have to call
for service. See “Placing a Service Call” on page 6-17 for information
on how to place a service call to your QMS vendor.
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Many paper and/or stapler problems are caused by use of improper
paper or consumables. There are several things you can do to reduce
the frequency of stapler jams:
„
Use paper and/or staples that match the guidelines set for the
QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System. See appendix B, “Technical
Specifications,” of this manual for these specifications.
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If you have trouble with double feeding, remove the paper from its
input source and fan the edges. The sheets may be sticking
together.
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Print paper must be stored away from moisture and humidity. The
recommended relative humidity is 10 - 90% with no condensation.
„
Clean the Folder/Stapler regularly. See the maintenance schedule in chapter 5, “Maintenance.”
„
When loading new staples, always use a new, unbroken unit of
staples.
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If you’ve done all the above and still have a high number of
repeated jams, place a service call to your QMS vendor. See
“Placing a Service Call” on page 6-17 for information on what you
need to do to place a service call.
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tearing it. If the paper tears, inspect the paper patch closely before
closing the QDOC Bookletmaking System. Small scraps of paper left
in the paper path may not be sensed by the paper jam indicators. If
the printer experiences frequent paper jams, check thoroughly all
possible paper jam locations. If paper scraps remain in the system,
they may prevent the system from printing and you may have to call
your QMS vendor for service. See “Placing a Service Call” on page 617, for information on how to place a service call to your QMS vendor.
If a paper jam occurs, the paper input wedge will go down, allowing
the remaining sheets of the current booklet to pass through the top
cover.
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The remainder of the booklet already taken in by the Folder/Stapler
must be removed. Use the following procedure to clear the paper jam.
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automatically when it detected a paper jam.
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2
Press the Test key.
This causes the remainder of the booklet to be folded and stapled.
3
Wait until the booklet is processed by the Trimmer (if one is
attached).
4
Open the Trimmer cover and remove the booklet.
Note: Even though the booklet is folded and stapled, it won’t be
correctly positioned on the rollers.
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5
Press the Reset key.
This places the Folder/Stapler on line again.
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unplug the Folder/Stapler before removing a stapler head.
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Falz-/Hefteinheit immer aus und ziehen Sie den Netzstecker,
bevor Sie den Heftklammernkopf entfernen.
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Caution: Staple remnants in the guide channel can damage the
stapler head guide. Make sure that you clear the stapler guide
channel thoroughly whenever a jam occurs. Apply a very thin coat
of machine oil to the stapler head blade after approximately every
5000 booklets.
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Note: See the “Using the Stapler Head Screwdriver” section of
chapter 4, “Working with Booklets,” for information on how to
locate the stapler head screwdriver.
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2
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you insert a new (unbroken) unit of 210 staples into each stapler
head. This prevents possible stapler jams and other out-of-staple
conditions. Be careful that the unit of staples is placed in the
stapler head correctly so that the staple unit can be shifted up or
down without obstruction after the new staples are added.
11 Close the top cover and turn the power on.
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Caution: Make sure that the staple-out cable is not in the stapler
heads staple path.
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for details on how to insert new staples.
If there are staples in the stapler
a
Check for a stapler jam.
If there is a stapler jam, see “Clearing Stapler Jams” on
page 6-6.
If there is no stapler jam, then continue with step b below.
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Check for a bent stapler slide.
Locate the staple slide and see if it is bent forward due to
accidentally being allowed to spring forward.
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Clean the Trimmer regularly. See the maintenance schedule in
chapter 5, “Maintenance.”
„
If you’ve done all the above and still have a high number of
repeated jams, place a service call to your QMS vendor. See
“Placing a Service Call” on page 6-17 for information on how to
contact your QMS vendor.
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If the printer experiences frequent paper jams, check thoroughly all
possible paper jam locations. If paper scraps remain in the system,
they may prevent the system from printing and you may have to call
for service. See “Placing a Service Call” on page 6-17, for information
on how to place a service call to your QMS vendor.
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Paper jams can occur in the booklet input area and/or in the area
where a booklet enters the conveyor.
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1
Note: The Trimmer may have switched to off line mode
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2
Place the Trimmer off line.
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booklets, make sure that the Header Page option is not selected on
the Options tab (Windows 95 driver) or in the Document Options/Print
Jobs Options branch (Windows NT 4.0 driver).
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Cancel the print job through the application or by pressing
the Cancel button on the QMS 4060 control panel.
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When the job stops printing, press the Online key on the
Folder/Stapler control panel to take the Folder/Stapler off
line.
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the Folder/Stapler and Trimmer, booklet printing supports only 8 1/2"
x 11" and 11" x 17" paper. Make sure you select the correct size
paper in the printer driver.
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best equipped to immediately handle any problem you may encounter.
If you have technical questions your vendor is unable to answer, you
can call or fax questions to QMS Customer Response Center. (See
appendix A, “QMS Customer Support” for information on contacting
QMS Customer Response Center.)
If you’ve determined your QMS QDOC Bookletmaking System needs
to be examined by a QMS service technician, contact your QMS vendor for work inside the US, or one of the QMS international offices for
work outside of the US. (National and international contacts are listed
in appendix A, “QMS Customer Support.”) Before calling, be sure you
have printed a status page, if you can print, and have it handy to help
our technicians serve you more quickly.
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; Your phone number, fax number, and shipping address
; A description of the problem
; The printer model
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; The type and version of operating system you’re using
; The interface you’re using, and, if serial, the protocol (for
example, XON/XOFF)
; The application and version you’re using
; The emulation you’re using
; Your printer firmware version (listed on the status/start-up
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Use the following procedure to install additional stapler heads:
1
Press the Online key on the Folder/Stapler control panel to
place the Folder/Stapler off line.
2
Press the power switch to the O position to turn off the
Folder/Stapler then unplug the power cord.
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locate the stapler head screwdriver.
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pressing the Online key.
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system) may be best equipped to help you. Your vendor has specially
trained service technicians available to answer questions, and the
equipment to analyze your bookletmaking system problems.
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is the best source of help.
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Q-FAX, a QMS information retrieval service, provides application
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information about printer specifications, options, accessories, consumables, and prices.
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handy when you call (or place the call from your fax machine's handset).
You can choose to have either a directory (a list of currently available
documents) or a specific document sent to you. The first time you call,
request the directory (press 2 on your phone or fax keypad when
prompted). Then call back to request specific documents. You can
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support notes, application notes, drivers, patches, and utilities. You
may leave technical questions not requiring an immediate response
on electronic mail for the Sysop (System Operator).
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and 14400 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, with XMODEM,
YMODEM, and ZMODEM capabilities. Contact the QMS Customer
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The QMS server provides access to technical reports, new product
announcements, a trade show schedule, and other general information about QMS.
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home page at http://www.qms.com/. The QMS ftp resource is
ftp.qms.com.
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Monday–Friday, 7:00 am–6:00 pm, Central Time.
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whether you would like a faxed or a phoned reply.
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access the CRC through the QMS home page at
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1 (334) 633-4300
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Email info@qms.com
Internet http://www.qms.com
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Technical Assistance
1 (334) 633-4500
7:00 am–6:00 pm Central Time
Fax 1 (334) 633-3716
Internet http://www.qms.com
Bulletin Board Service
1 (334) 633-3632
Latin America Fax
1 (334) 639-3347
National Service
Service Information, Installation, and Maintenance Pricing
1 (800) 762-8894
On-Site Service and Depot Repair Information
1 (800) 858-1597
7:00 am–7:00 pm Central Time
Spare Parts Ordering and Information
1 (334) 633-4300 x2530
8:00 am–5:00 pm Central Time
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1 (514) 333-5940
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Supplies and Accessories
1 (800) 268-0343 x223
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On-Site Service and Depot Repair Information
1 (800) 268-4969
8:30 am–7:00 pm Eastern Time
Spare Parts Ordering and Information
1 (905) 206-9234 x238
8:30 am–5:00 pm Eastern Time
Bulletin Board Service
1 (905) 206-0084
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1 Bis, Rue du Petit Clamart
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D-81739 Munich
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System Reference for more complete QMS 4060 Print System specifications.
Engine
Fujitsu Super Gamma 40
Duty Cycle
Maximum - 300,000 images per month
Printing
Technology
Laser diode, electro-photographic
Print Speed
Normal Output
Maximum 40 ipm simplex/duplex (letter/A4—long-edge
feed)
Maximum 30 ipm simplex/duplex (letter/A4—shortedge feed)
Maximum 21 ipm simplex 15 ppm duplex 11'' x 17''
Booklet Output (short-edge feed)
Depends on the number of booklet sheets
Resolution
300x300 dpi
600x600 dpi
Toner
Dry microfine toner in user-replaceable bottles
Warm-Up Time Less than 150 seconds
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Maximum process speed of 30 sheets per minute at
continuous operation
Folding Method
Folding knife and 2 rollers
Stapling Method Clenching system for flat staples
Stapler Heads
2 stapler heads are standard on the system. (4 stapler
heads maximum)
Stapler Head
Positions
6 user-selectable positions (depending on booklet size)
Stapler Head
Capacity
Units of 210 staples each
Error Control
Stapler guide channel, stapler jams, and transport
control
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Mitsubishi FX0N + FX0N 232DP programmable controller.
Power supply: 24 VDS, 14 inputs 24 VDC, 10 transistor
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Interface
Serial Interface is connected to the modem interface of
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Sizes
8.5" x 11" and 11" x 17" sheets
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Formats
5.5" x 8.5" and 8.5" x 11" booklets
Booklet
Sheets
Maximum 20 sheets of 8.5'' x 11'' or 11'' x 17'' 55 lb (75 g/m2)
paper. The maximum thickness of each sheet should not exceed
2 mm (.79").
Paper
Weights
Note: For a complete listing on paper weights and media
thickness, refer to the “Paper Weight Conversion Chart” on page
B-5 and the “Average Caliper Bulking Chart” on page B-7.
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Bond
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lb
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30
40
45
44
59
67
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16
18
45
60
68
25
33
37
45
60
67
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22
25
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27
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50
55
60
65
70
75
80
90
74
81
89
96
104
111
118
133
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22
24
26
28
30
32
36
75
83
90
98
105
113
120
135
41
45
49
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57
61
65
74
74
81
89
96
103
110
118
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27
30
33
36
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51
54
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90
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112
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100
120
148
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177
82
98
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149
178
68
81
149
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71
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91
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90
105
120
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24
28
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76
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33
39
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122
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48
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62
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90
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40
150
83
150
56
151
69
151
110
134
171
208
163
198
253
308
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53
67
82
162
199
252
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90
128
148
170
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307
60
74
94
114
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200
254
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91
115
140
162
200
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91
135
36
135
75
136
50
135
62
136
100
110
119
146
164
183
238
148
163
176
216
243
271
352
40
43
47
58
65
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150
162
177
218
244
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82
90
97
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135
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194
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175
217
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55
60
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270
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169
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20
24
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17 x 22
24
28
32
36
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25 x 38
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70
80
100
120
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70
80
50
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25 x 38
80
70
80
100
120
150
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20 x 26
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80
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25 1/2 x 30 1/2
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110
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22 1/2 x 28 1/2
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120
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200
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Voltage
110 VAC
Frequency
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300 VA maximum
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Non-operating
20 - 40°
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20% -80% no condensation
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15% -95% no condensation
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70 dBA
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Booklet face trimming with cutting and pressing station.
Trimming
Capacity
Minimum 2 sheets of 80 g/m2 (55 lb)
Maximum 40 sheets of 80 g/m2 (55 lb)
Error Control
Transport control
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Relay contact 24 VDC, 9-pin male-to-male cable attached
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Formats
5.5" x 11" and 8.5" x 11" booklets
Booklet
Sheets
Maximum 20 sheets of 8.5" x 11'' or 11'' x 17,'' 75g/m2 (55 Lb)
paper. The maximum thickness each sheet should not exceed 2
mm.
Paper
Weights
Up to 135 g/m2 (90 Lb).
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Note: For a complete listing on paper weights and media
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Operating
10 - 30°
Non-operating
20 - 40°
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Booklet 4-7
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Guidelines 5-3
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Transport belts 5-14
Consumable supplies B-10
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Trimmer 2-12
Control panel keys
Folder/Stapler 2-9
Trimmer 2-14
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Trimmer 2-12
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Specifications B-3, B-11
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Cover sheet
Booklet 4-5
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Emptying
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Environmental requirements
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Trimmer B-12
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Control panel keys 2-9
Controller B-3
Electrical requirements B-9
Environmental requirements B-9
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Introduction 1-4
Media jams 6-5
Operating 3-2
Physical characteristics 2-3
Preventing jams 6-4
Safety rules 2-6
Specifications B-3
Troubleshooting 6-4
Turning off 3-3
Turning on 3-2
Using the control panel 2-7
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Booklet 4-6
Installation
Getting to know your printer 2-4
Internet A-3
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Finding a good one 2-2
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Folder/Stapler 5-2
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Overview 1-6
Typographic conventions 1-7
Media
Specifications B-10
Media jams
Folder/Stapler 6-5
QMS 4060 Print System 6-3
Trimmer 6-14
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Offsets, adjusting
Trimmer 4-35
Operating
Folder/Stapler 3-2
Trimmer 3-11
Options
Custom tray setup 4-16
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Paper
Brands B-10
Input and tractor modules 4-17
Storage B-10
Paper trays
Loading paper 4-12
Setting paper size 4-8
Setting the indicator 4-10
Physical characteristics
Folder/Stapler 2-3
Trimmer B-11
Positioning
Pre-printed cover sheets 4-6
Power
Requirements 2-3
Pre-printed cover sheets
Positioning 4-6
Preventing jams
Folder/Stapler 6-4
Trimmer 6-13
Printing
Booklet 4-3
Problem checklist 6-17
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World-wide offices A-5
QMS 4060 Print System
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Media jams 6-3
Service messages 6-3
Specifications B-2
Status messages 6-2
Troubleshooting 6-2
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Stapler head blade 3-8, 5-11
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Electrical B-9
Environmental B-9
Power 2-3
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Safety rules
Folder/Stapler 2-6
Trimmer 2-11
Schedule
Maintenance 5-3
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Print media B-4, B-11
Print method B-2
QMS 4060 Print System B-2
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Trimmer B-11
Warm-up time B-2
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Stapler head
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Cleaning 5-5
Position adjusting 4-27
Staples
About 3-3
Loading 3-3
Status messages
QDOC 6-2
QMS 4060 Print System 6-2
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Consumables B-10
Support, QMS
Bulletin board A-3
Customer A-2
Internet A-3
Technical A-4
World-wide A-5
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Terminology
Booklet 4-2
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Transparencies
Brands B-10
Transport belts
Cleaning 5-14
Trimmer
About 2-11
Adjusting 4-32
Adjusting trimming position 4-32
Control panel indicators 2-12
Control panel keys 2-14
Controller B-11
Conveyor wheel position, adjusting
4-57
Electrical requirements B-12
Engine B-11
Environmental requirements B-12
Introduction 1-4
Maintenance 5-14
Media jams 6-14
Offsets, adjusting 4-35
Operating 3-11
Physical characteristics B-11
Preventing jams 6-13
Safety rules 2-11
Specifications B-11
Troubleshooting 6-13
Turning off 3-12
Turning on 3-11
Using the control panel 2-12
Trimming position, adjusting
Trimmer 4-32
Troubleshooting
Folder/Stapler 6-4
QMS 4060 Print System 6-2
Trimmer 6-13
Turning off
Folder/Stapler 3-3
Trimmer 3-12
Turning on
Folder/Stapler 3-2
Trimmer 3-11
Typographic Conventions 1-7
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