THRIVING ON INNOVATION
Bandit Edgebander Manual 17101 Murphy Avenue, Irvine, CA 92614
Thank you for your purchase and welcome to the Laguna Tools group of discriminating woodworkers. I understand that you have a choice of where to purchase your machines and appreciate the confidence you have in our products. Every machine sold by Laguna Tools has been carefully designed and well thought through from a woodworkerâ€™s perspective. I cut on our bandsaws, lathes, table saws and combination machines. Through my hands-on experience, I work hard to make our machines better. I strive to give you machines that inspire you to create works of art. Machines that are a joy to run and work on. Machines that encourage your performance. Twenty years ago Laguna Tools was founded to introduce European woodworking machines to the North American woodworker. Today, we offer high-performance machines with innovative solutions that meet the needs of woodworkers and their ever-evolving craft. I started Laguna Tools as a woodworker. I still am. Thank you again for becoming a Laguna Tools customer.
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Table of contents Safety Rules Warranty Noise emission Specification sheet Receiving your machine Introduction to your machine Where to locate your machine Unpacking your machine Assembly and setup Operating your machine Maintenance Troubleshooting Accessories Electrical drawing Spare parts Exploded view drawings and parts lists
Note: Laguna Tools reserves the right to change the machine specifications at any time without notice.
Safety Rules As with all machinery there are certain hazards involved with its operation and use. Using a machine with caution will considerably lessen the possibility of personal injury. However, if normal safety precautions are overlooked or ignored, personal injury to the operator may result. If you have any questions relative to the installation and operation, do not use the equipment until you have contacted your supplying distributor. Read carefully before operating the machine: 1. Keep the working area clean, and be sure adequate lighting is available. 2. Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, bracelets, necklaces, or other ornaments. Wear face, eye, respiratory and body protection devices as indicated for the operation and environment. 3. Be sure that the power is disconnected from the machine before tools are serviced or an attachment is fitted on or removed. 4. Never leave the machine with the power on. 5. Do not use dull, gummy or cracked cutting tools. 6. Be sure that the keys and adjusting wrenches have been removed and all the nuts and bolts are secured.
Limited Warranty New woodworking machines sold by Laguna Tools carry a one-year warranty from the date of shipping. Laguna Tools guarantees all new machines sold to be free of manufacturersâ€™ defective workmanship, parts and materials. We will repair or replace, without charge, any parts determined by Laguna Tools, Inc. to be a manufacturerâ€™s defect. We require the defective item/part be returned to Laguna Tools. In the event the item/part is determined to be damaged due to lack of maintenance, cleaning or misuse/abuse, the customer will be responsible for the cost to replace the item/part, plus all related shipping charges. This limited warranty does not apply to natural disasters, acts of terrorism, normal wear and tear, product failure due to lack of maintenance or cleaning, damage caused by accident, neglect, lack of or inadequate dust collection, misuse/abuse or damage caused where repair or alterations have been made or attempted by others. Laguna Tools, Inc. is not responsible for additional tools or modifications sold to or performed on (other than from/by Laguna Tools, Inc.) any Laguna Tools, Inc. woodworking machine. Warranty may be voided upon the addition of such noted tools and/or modifications, determined on a case-by-case basis. Normal user alignment, adjustment, tuning and machine settings are not covered by this warranty. It is the responsibility of the user to understand basic woodworking machinery settings and procedures and to properly maintain the equipment in accordance with the standards provided by the manufacturer. Parts, under warranty, are shipped at Laguna Tools, Incâ€™s cost either by common carrier, UPS ground service or similar method. Technical support to install replacement parts is primarily provided by phone, fax or e-mail. The labor required to install replacement parts is the responsibility of the user. Laguna Tools is not responsible for damage or loss caused by a Freight Company or other circumstances not in our control. Only new machines sold to the original owner are covered by this warranty. For warranty repair information, call 1-800-332-4094. Noise emission Notes concerning noise emission: Given that there exists a relationship between noise level and exposure times, it is not precise enough to determine the need for supplementary precautions. The factors affecting the true level of exposure to operators are clearly the amount of time exposed, the characteristics of working environment, other sources of dust and noise, etc. For example, adjacent machines contribute to the level of ambient noise. It is possible that exposure level limits will vary from country to country.
Specification. “Bandit” Operating temp. Input voltage Main electrical isolation switch
Fitting electrical power to the machine Total installed power Electrical control housing Electrical protection Electrical controls Electrical motors Safety precautions
Machine weight Factory testing
+45 C +10 C 220-240/50-60/1 phase. Factory fitted option 380-440/5060/3phase The machine is supplied with a main electrical isolation switch, which disconnects the input voltage from all electrical systems. The switch has the facility to be locked in the off position with a padlock so that maintenance work can be conducted in safety. The machine has an external electrical power plug for fitting the input electrical power to the machine. 3.6 kw All electrical components are housed in a water/dust proof enclosure. All electrical overload protectors are housed within the enclosure. All the electrical systems are protected by electrical overload protectors. All electrical controls are within easy access of the operator when standing in the normal operating position. 1/ Belt drive motor Leason ????? 2/ Top & bottom trim motor Leason? Access to the cutting area of the machine is protected by micro switches. The machine uses compressed air. The electrical system will not operate if the air is not at the correct pressure or is not connected to the machine. The machine uses compressed air that is connected to the machine at a single point of entry into the machine through a fast snap-on type connector. The machine has an air regulator with a filter and water trap. The input air supplied to the machine must be a minimum of 6.5 bars. Approx 290 KG [ 640 lb] The machine is supplied with a test certificate and a sample panel that has been run on the machine. The sample panel has the signature of the inspector who completed the final inspection and the machine serial number. The edge-banding machine is shipped in a standing-up position, protected from rust and stackable to max. 5 high.
Machine capability Machine footprint Working table dimensions
82” X 47” X 49” [2085mm X 1187mm X 1250mm] 47” X 9.5” [1200mm X 240mm] [Without the table extensions]
Side extension tables Front extension support Working height above the ground Fixing the machine to the floor Maximum panel size Minimum panel size Panel thickness Panel type Automatic feeder speed Tape type Tape thickness Tape trimming
Flush trimming with the end of the panel Dust extraction Dust extraction air flow
Hot air blower Working temperature of the hot air blower Hot air blower temperature gauge Tape coil support table
Machine body Fence system Identity plate
10.4” X 15.7” [265mm X 400mm] Both ends of the machine. Customer fitted. 10.4” X 15.7” [265mm X 40mm] extendable up to 14” [350mm] 33.5” [850mm] The machine has 4 bolts holes for fixing the machine to the floor [bolts not provided]. 3.5” X 8.3” [90mm X 210mm] 0.4” min to 1.75” max [10mm to 45 mm] Straight edges only 17 feet / min [5000 mm / min] [none adjustable] Pre-glued 0.015” to 0.059” [0.4mm to 1.5mm] Trimming the tape at the top and the bottom of the panel. The machine has adjustment for adjusting the height of the cutters in relation to the panel. The applied tape is trimmed flush with the end of the panel by pneumatic trimming shears. All dust extraction hoses are joined to a central point. The central point has an exit pipe that will accept a 4” [101mm] hose. A minimum airflow of 65 feet [20 Mt] per second airflow and a minimum of 1,000 cubic feet / minute minimum to be supplied by the user for dust extraction. 3,000 W Customer adjustable temperature between 20 C to 500 C The machine is supplied with a temperature gauge that displays the temperature of the air that is heating the tape glue. The tape coil support table is parallel and level with the bed of the machine. It has adjustments for both parallel and vertical. The coil rotates on the support table. The bed of the machine is made from cast iron and supports special plastic strips that reduce the friction between the panel and the machine. The body of the machine is made from heavy gauge plate steel. The fence system is adjustable to ensure that the panel is supported before, during and after the tape is applied. The machine is supplied with an identity plate that has the following information: Manufacture Model name and number Voltage / kw Weight Serial number
Standard items with machine: Tool Kit Manual Sample panel Two extension tables Extendable panel support
Options: Roller bearing copy pads For use with easily marked panels. The option of a factory-supplied, customer-fitted mobility kit is Mobility kit [optional] provided.
Receiving your machine Note: It is probable that a third party will deliver your machine. Before you unpack your new machine, you will need to first inspect the packing, invoice and shipping documents supplied by the driver. Ensure that there is no visible damage to the packing or the machine. You need to do this prior to the driver leaving. All damage must be noted on the delivery documents and signed by you and the delivery driver. You must then contact the seller [Laguna Tools] as soon as practical. If damage is found after delivery, contact the seller as soon as practical. Note: The packaging may vary from that shown above.
Introduction to Edge Banders This machine is designed to give you years of safe service. Read this ownerâ€™s manual in its entirety before assembly and use. Parts of the Edge Bander The edge bander consists of a number of major parts, which are discussed in this manual. Take the time to read this section and become familiar with the machine. Identification There is a plate at the back of the machine listing all the manufacturing data including the serial number, model, etc.
Cabinet The cabinet has a large footprint and is of welded construction, manufactured from heavy-gauge steel plate. The cabinet houses all the parts of the machine, and the heavy construction ensures that the machine is stable. This weight also helps to absorb any vibration that is produced during operation. Table The table is manufactured from cast iron [cast iron is a live material and will move over time] and is provided with a leveling system to ensure that your table remains flat during the life of the machine. The table is attached to the cabinet. Electrical system The electrical control system is housed in a water-/ dust-proof box. All the fuses and breakers are located in the box, and the electrical controls are located on the front of the machine. A plug and socket are provided on the side of the machine to enable quick connection and disconnection of the electrical supply. No cable is supplied, as the length of the cable is dependant on your installation. Pneumatic system The pneumatic control system consists of a number of valves and control switches that are located inside the cabinet of the machine and are accessible through an access door located on the front of the machine. Panel feed system The panel feed system is comprised of a rubber drive belt that is located above the panel being edged and pulls the panel past the various functions of the machine. The drive belt is vertically adjustable to accommodate different thicknesses of panels and has a numeric readout. The speed of the drive belt is fixed and tracking adjustment of the belt is provided. To access various parts of the machine, the conveyor can be opened on a hinge. With the conveyor open, a safety switch is operated and stops all functions of the machine with the exception of the hot-air blower, which will continue to function. Tape feed system The tape is fed from the coil support table where it is free to rotate. The tape is guided through a â€œUâ€? bracket assembly to the cut-off guillotine. The tape is stationary at the guillotine until the panel is fed into the machine. The movement of the panel rotates rubber rollers that pull the tape up to and past the tape heater [hot air], which melts the glue. Once the panel passes a micro switch, the guillotine cuts the tape. The tape is applied to the panel by pressure rollers. Adjustment is provided for the amount of tape that extends past the back of the panel.
Gluing system The machine uses preglued tape, and the glue is melted as it passes a hot-air blower. The tape is then guided and presses onto the edge of the panel by pressure rollers. Tape trimming system The machine trims the tape at both ends of the panel and also flush with the top and bottom of the panel. The end-trimming is achieved with a guillotine that first removes the excess tape at the front of the panel. It then moves back and follows the back end of the panel, were it trims off the excess tape. To trim the excess tape from the top and bottom of the panel, two sets of T.C.T cutters are guided by copy bars that keep the cutters a set distance from the panel. The cutters are housed in extraction covers that are connected to the dust extraction system. The cutter heads are adjustable vertically so that the edging is cut flush with the top and bottom of the panel. Dust collection The dust collection port is located at the back of the machine and is 4â€? diameter. You will need a dust collection system with a minimum airflow of 65 feet per second and 1,000 cubic feet per minute. Mobility kit [Optional] The mobility kit is easy to fit and is located directly on the floor when the mobility kit is not in use.
What you will receive with your machine Tape table support
Tape support table
Where to locate your machine Before you remove your machine from the pallet, select the area where you will use your machine. There are no hard and fast rules for its location, but below are a few guidelines: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
There should be an area at the front of the machine suitable for the length and width of the panel that you will be edging. There should be sufficient area at the back of the machine to allow access for adjustments and maintenance to be conducted. Adequate lighting. The better the lighting, the more accurately and safely you will be able to work. Solid floor. You should select a solid flat floor, preferably concrete or something similar. Close to power source and dust collection. Allow for an area for the storage of blanks and finished panels.
Unpacking your machine To unpack your machine, you will need tin snips, knife, star screwdriver and a wrench. 1. Using the tin snips, cut the banding that is securing the packing box [if so fitted]. WARNING: EXTEME CAUTION MUST BE USED BECAUSE THE BANDING WILL SPRING APART AND COULD CAUSE INJURY. 2. Dismantle the box. 3. Using the knife, cut the plastic wrap. The extension tables and accessories that were ordered are in the box. 4. Remove the base mounting bolts that secure the machine to the base of the box. 5. It is recommended that the machine be removed from the pallet by lifting it with a hoist or forklift. Remove the pallet and lower it to the floor. The machine can be lifted using a forklift truck. The forks lift the machine between the feet of the machine or by using a "SLING" with a lifting capability of 2,000 Kg [4,400 lb] Note: The machine is heavy. Ensure that you have sufficient people. Note: If you have any doubt about the described procedure, seek professional assistance. Do not attempt any procedure that you feel is unsafe or that you do not have the physical capability of achieving.
Lifting hooks and sling in position
Note: The lifting hooks are both left-hand and right-hand. Ensure that you use them in the correct holes on the machine. Assembly and setup Assembling the conveyor handle Assemble the handle into the conveyor vertical adjusting wheel and tighten with an Allen key. Conveyor vertical adjusting wheel
Assembling the side extension tables
Assemble the side extension tables by loosening the Allen bolts fitted into the side of the edgebander and sliding the tables onto the blots from the top. Nip the bolts, but do not fully tighten, as the tables will need to be adjusted.
Side extension table clamp bolts Straightedge
Side extension table The extension table is provided with two leveling screws to adjust the extension table vertically level with the main table. Using a straightedge, check that the tables are level and adjust with the leveling screws if required.
Check that the extension table is horizontal, level with the main table, using a straightedge. If the extension table needs to be adjusted to the horizontal level with the main table, two adjusting bolts are provided on the underside of the extension table. Before adjusting the bolts, ensure that the clamp bolts are slightly loose. Once the adjustment has been made, tighten the clamping bolts and recheck.
Extension table clamp bolts
Extension table horizontal level adjusting bolt
The extension table now needs to be adjusted so that the rear fence is level with the fence on the main table. This is important as the panel will run along the two fences and if they are not in alignment, the tape will not be applied to the edge of the panel consistently. Aligning the fence can be achieved by two methods: 1. Loosen the extension table clamp bolts and move the extension table so that the two fences are level and parallel.
Extension table rear fence clamp bolts
Main table fence
2. Loosen the extension table fence clamping bolts and move the fence so that it is level and parallel with the main table fence. You may find that you do not have enough adjustment if you use method 2. It is recommended that you then use method 1 to get the fences close and then use method 2 for fine adjustment.
Assembling the extendable panel support Assemble the two parts of the extendable panel support together.
Extendable panel support Pull out the panel support rods.
Ensure that the O-ring is moved onto the shaft.
Extendable panel support rod
Assemble the extendable panel support onto the two shafts and secure it in position with screws.
Extendable panel support
Before the screws are fully tightened, check that the assembly moves in and out freely. There is clearance between the screws and the holes, and by moving the assembly in and out the shafts will be aligned to the support. Check that the support is level to the main table with a straightedge and tighten the screws.
Extendable panel support
Panel support shown extended Assembling the tape support table Remove the two clamp screws. Clamp screws Fit the tape support table arm and clamp in position with the clamp screws. Fit the tape support table and secure in position with the central screw
Tape support table arm
The tape has to feed into the tape track on the level. The tape support table arm comes factory set but, should adjustment be needed, four adjustment screws are provided. To access the adjusting screws, the tape support table has to be removed [see machine adjusting section].
Quick fit air connector No air pipe fitted Connecting the air supply
Tape support table arm adjusting screws. Quick fit air connector with air pipe fitted
The machine is supplied with a quick fit air connector, to which you can connect your air supply. You will require an air supply that can deliver a constant minimum pressure of 7 bar. The machine is supplied with a built-in regulator that you will need to adjust to 6.5 bar once you have connected your air supply to the machine. To disconnect the coupling, hold the pipe and push toward the machine, pull back the outer ring of the connector and pull the connector from the machine. Note: No air pipe is supplied, as the length will be dependent on your installation. To adjust the air pressure, pull the cap up and rotate until the pressure on the gauge reads 6.5 bar. Once the pressure is adjusted, push the cap down. Note: It is important that the air that is supplied to the machine is clean and dry. The machine will not perform consistently if the air is dirty, as any dirt will block the valves. Wet or damp air will damage your
Air regulator gauge
Air regulator adjusting cap
machine and cause inconsistent performance. Note: The pneumatic system does not need any type of lubricant. Some types of lubricant can damage the machine and compromise the machine functions. Note: During maintenance always disconnect the air supply. Connecting the electrical supply The machine is supplied with a plug and socket for connection to the electrical supply. No cable is supplied, as this will depend on your installation. Ensure that your electrical supply matches that of your machine.
Electrical plug and socket
Connect the ground wire [green or yellow and green] as shown. Other wires can be connected in either socket. To remove the outer casing of the plug, Electrical plug insert a flat screwdriver as indicated on the plug and twist. Note: It is recommended that only qualified personnel carry out the electrical installation. Ensure that the main supply corresponds with that of the machine. Use wiring suitable for the power and the length of cable that is needed for your installation. On the machine you will see a wire that is yellow and green. This is the ground wire. The other colored wires are power phase, and it does not matter what color combination you use. Green/yellow is ground. All other wiring is power (there is no neutral). On single phase the wiring can be interchanged as you wish. It will not affect the rotation of the motor. The direction of rotation of machines with a single-phase supply is predetermined during production. It is recommended that you use a 30-amp main breaker and number 12 cable for installation up to 15’. Installations 15’ to 30’ should use number 10-gauge cable. Dust collection The machine has a dust port at the back of the machine, which the two dust hoses from the cutters fit into. It takes a 4” diameter hose and needs to be connected to a dust collector with a capacity of 1,000 cubic feet per minute min. and a velocity of 65 feet / min. [The stronger the dust collector the better].
Note: Two things are very important to ensure that the machine performs consistently. One is the cleanliness of the machine [the other is a clean dry air supply]. If the dust and chips that are produced by the cutters on the machine are not removed, they will jam or block the various switches and micro switches. It is therefore important that the dust collection works efficiently and is of sufficient power to remove all the dust and chips from the machine. Cleaning the machine Remove the rust protection grease with WD 40 or a similar solvent. It is important that you remove all the grease and re-lubricate with a Teflon based lubricant. Teflon has fewer tendencies to attract sawdust and cause clogging. You should also wax the table as this also protects the cast iron from rust. Leveling the machine The machine is provided with 4 leveling bolts. Move your machine to its final position and, using a sprit level on the table, adjust the leveling bolts so that the table is level in both directions. Ensure that the machine does not rock. The machine is also provided with 4 holes to bolt the machine to the floor [bolts not provided]. If you decide to bolt the machine to the floor, you must level the machine with the leveling bolts, but do not overtighten the clamping bolts as they could damage the base of the machine. Operating and adjusting the machine Electrical control panel
Conveyer / cutters stop switch
Conveyer / cutters start switch
Hot-air on / off switch
Hot-air temperature regulator switch
Main electrical isolation switch Electrical control panel 1.
Main isolation switch
This switch isolates the machine electrical system from the incoming electrical supply. The switch has the facility to be padlocked [padlock not provided] in the off position. If you are conducting maintenance work or require access to any of the electrical components of the machine, you must isolate the machine from the electrical supply by removing the electrical connector from the machine as well as padlocking the main isolation switch to the off position. The air supply must also be disconnected. 2. Conveyor start switch This switch, when fully pressed in, will start the conveyor operating. 3.
Conveyor stop switch
This switch, when fully pressed in, will stop the conveyor. The machine will not start if the switch is in the off position. There are two types of switch that can be fitted at the discretion of the manufacture. A. Momentary contact. This type of switch, when pressed, will stop the machine and return to the out position. This type of switch will not require resetting. B. Constant contact stop switch. This type of switch when pressed will stay in the off position and will have to be reset before the machine can be restarted. There are two types of switch to reset pull and twist: Check which type of switch your machine is fitted with and, should your machine not start check that the stop switch is in the fully out position. 4.
Hot-air on / off switch
This switch is used to start / stop the fan and heating element of the hot-air blower. Note: The hot-air blower must not be turned off until the heating element has returned to room temperature. Turn the temperature regulator switch to off and allow the hot-air blower to continue to run until the temperature gauge is reading room temperature. Then it is safe to turn the hot-air blower off. If you turn the hotair blower off while it is at high temperature, it will be damaged and may need to be replaced. 5.
Hot-air temperature regulator switch
This switch regulates the temperature of the air that melts the glue on the tape. It is an analog switch. To know the temperature of the air, check the temperature gauge. Temperature setting
Machine tape track vertical adjustment knob
Temperature gauge Each type of tape and the different thickness will change the temperature that you will have to set the machine to. Check with your tape supplier for the exact recommended temperature for your tape. Below is a table that can be used as a guide. Tape type Plastic material
Thickness 0.4 to 0.6mm
Temperature C 230 to 270
Temperature F 446 to 518
0.6 to 0.8mm
250 to 300
482 to 572
0.8 to 1.2mm
270 to 300
518 to 572
1.2 to 2mm
280 to 320
536 to 608
220 to 280
428 to 536
Tape selection The height of the tape that you select for your panels will depend on the availability from your supplier. Suppliers carry tapes for most common thickness of panel. It must be noted that the maximum that the top and bottom trimmer can remove is 2mm [each side]. Always allow for overhang on both the top side and the bottom side of the panel, as no machine will apply the tape perfectly and a small amount will always have to be cut off the finished panel.
Note: the machine has parts that are hot. If you are working on the machine, be careful what you touch as you could burn yourself. Tape feeding mechanism
Tape guide adjusting knob
Machine tape guide
Table tape guide
Hot-air exhaust duct
View of the tape feeding mechanism with the cover
Pinch feed rolleradjusting knob
Rough cut guillotine
Fitting the tape Place the tape roll on the table and feed the free end through the two steel plates. You will need to loosen the two knobs and adjust them so that they are approximately 1/64â€? above the top of the tape. Check that the tape is a snug fit and moves freely in the tape guide. Ensure that the glue side of the tape is facing the front of the machine.
Tape support table 25
The tape is driven through the tape guide system by a pinch roller, which is in turn driven by the action of the panel passing the rubber drive roller. The pinch roller has a pressure-adjusting knob which, when turned, will either increase or reduce the Table tape feed guide amount of pressure that the pinch roller exerts on the tape. To allow the tape to pass the pinch roller, pull the knob back and push the tape through. Further Pressure adjusting knob Drive rollers movement of the tape can be achieved by turning the Pinch roller drive rollers by hand. Push the tape so that it travels through the machine tape guide. The tape guide will have to be adjusted to suit the height of the tape that you are using. Using the tape guide-adjusting knob, adjust the guide so that there is approximately 1/64â€? clearance between the guide and the tape. The Machine tape guide tape must move smoothly through the guide. The adjusting knob is provided with a handy rule that can be used as a quick reference when changing to tapes of a different height. Once the machine tape guide has been adjusted, reverse the tape so that it is level with the cut-off guillotine. Note: The rule is a guide only, and you should check that the tape has the correct clearance each time that you change the tape height. Note: Only push the tape into the machine tape guide with the hot-air blower switched off or at a low temperature. If the tape is pushed past the hot-air blower while it is at high temperature, it will melt the glue and/or tape and the tape could get stuck in the machine tape guide.
To check that the tape feed mechanism is functioning correctly, open the conveyer and switch the power switch to the off position. Push a panel against the fence and along the bed of the machine. The tape should protrude through the guide system by approximately ½” before the panel front edge reaches it.
Tape The machine automatically cuts off the tape so that approximately ½” of tape protrudes past the back of the panel. A switch controls this function, which is adjustable. As the panel passes over the switch, it sets the pneumatic system, and as the back of the panel passes and releases the switch, it activates the guillotine. Adjustment of the switch is covered later in the manual.
Guillotine control switch
Guillotine control switch Viewed from the top
Conveyor height adjustment
To open the conveyor, loosen the clamp handle and pull the conveyor toward you. This action removes a key from the safety switch. This safety switch ensures that the machine cannot function. Never lean on the conveyor when it is in the open position, as this will damage the machine. Safety switch key
Clamp handle Conveyor shown closed You must always loosen the clamp handle when changing the conveyor height. If the clamp handle is not loosened, the conveyor support bearing will become damaged. The conveyor height counter reads in metric and to the left below is a
Conveyor shown open
handy reference to convert to inches. ¼” = 6.35 mm 3/8” = 9.53 mm ½” = 12.7 mm 5/8” = 13.34 mm ¾” = 19.0 mm 7/8” = 22.2 mm 1” = 25.4 mm When adjusting the conveyor, always move the conveyor down past the dimension required and then move it back up to the required height. The panel being edged should be a snug fit between the conveyor and the bed of the machine. If the panel is too loose, the Conveyor adjustment panel will move away from the pressure handle and counter rollers and the edging will not be applied with sufficient force. If the panel is too tight, the conveyor belt could be damaged or the conveyor may stall. You will soon gain the experience to know the correct height for each type of panel. A handy way to check if the conveyor is set to the correct height is to push a panel a short distance under the conveyor and pull it from side to side. The panel should hold firmly and not be easy to move. Note: Always loosen the conveyor clamp handle when adjusting the conveyor height and remember to tighten it before running the machine. Note: It is not necessary to open the conveyor to adjust the height, but you must loosen the clamp handle.
Note: If the conveyor is too tight, the conveyor belt could be damaged or the conveyor may stall. Belt angle adjustment and general description of the conveyor The conveyor is set at a slight angle that pushes the panel against the fence and roller system of the machine, this action applies the pressure that ensures that the tape is applied correctly. There is an adjustment screw, that when adjusted, changes the angle of the conveyor. It should not be necessary to adjust this screw for normal work, but should you need to reduce or increase the pressure, adjust the screw in small steps. The more the angle is increased, Conveyor angle the greater the side pressure on the panel adjustment screw. and the greater the strain on the conveyor / belt. If the conveyor angle adjusting screw is adjusted, you may also have to adjust the position of the safety switch key, which is mounted on slots. If the conveyor is constantly run at a high angle, the belt will wear out quicker. Top and bottom trimming Guide bars The machine trims the excess tape [Copy pads] from the top and the bottom of the panel with two cutter heads that are controlled by guide bars [copy pads]. The distance the cutters are to the panel is adjusted with two adjusting knobs located at the back of the machine. The cutter teeth are slightly angled, and moving the cutter heads in or out adjusts the distance between the cutter teeth and the top / bottom Top cutter head assembly of the panel. When you run your first panel through the machine, check if the cutters are trimming the tape to the correct height and, if required, adjust with the adjusting knobs at the back of the machine. Cutter Note: Only adjust the cutter adjusting adjusting knobs knobs with the machine running. Note: Each blade has four cutting edges and when one set of cutting edges becomes blunt, you can change to a new set of cutter edges as follows. 1. With the power disconnected from the machine, remove the top dust chute. 2. Remove one of the blade clamp screws and the cutter blade.
3. Rotate the blade so that the next new edge is in position, and clamp it in position with the clamp screw. 4. Continue until all the cutter teeth, both top and bottom, are changed, and then replace the dust chute. The machine tends to use the same short section of the blade. When it becomes blunt, you can use a different section of the same cutting edge by adjusting the copy pads either up or down depending on the section of the blade that you want to conduct the cutting. When adjusting the copy pads, you MUST adjust both sides exactly the same to keep them parallel. See the machine adjustments section. The photograph to the right shows a panel Panel being top and bottom trimmed passing through the top / bottom trimming unit. End trim guillotine Tape in the guillotine The machine automatically trims the excess tape from the front and back edges of the panel. An air cylinder operates the guillotine that is used for this function that operates as follows: The tape enters the guillotine and the panel pushes the guillotine assembly along. The panel then depresses the micro switch. Micro switch
The guillotine then closes and cuts off the excess tape. The guillotine is then free to move back to the start position by spring pressure. Micro switch released
Guillotine closed As the panel passes over and releases the micro switch, the guillotine activates to the open position and an air cylinder pushes the guillotine assembly to catch up with the back edge of the panel.
Guillotine in follow up position
Micro switch B Micro switch A
Once the assembly reaches micro switch “A“ [internal], it closes and trims off the excess tape at the back of the panel. Contacting micro switch “B” returns the assembly to the start position in the out position to wait for the next panel.
Guillotine closed Several adjustments can be made, and these will be covered later in the manual as the machine comes factory- set and unless transport movement has occurred, no adjustments should be required. Guillotine moving back to the start position.
Before you start to process panels, read the following It is simple to get good results from your machine, but it is necessary for you to ensure that the following points are always adhered to: 1.
The panel must be of good quality with sufficient density. The panel edge MUST be at 90 degrees. If the panel edge is not at exactly 90 degrees, the pressure rollers will not be able to press the tape onto the edge of the panel and a poor joint will result. The panel edge must not have a ledge from the scoring blade. If the scoring blade on your panel saw is set so that it cuts a ledge, the tape will not stick to the under cut ledge and the tape will be loose in this area. The panel edge must be clean and free from dust, dirt, oil, humidity or other contaminates. If the edge has been contaminated, the glue on the edge banding will not stick and a poor joint will result. The edge of the panel must be straight to within 0.1mm [0.004”]. The edges must be chip free. The edge banding cannot fix a chipped panel, and you will be wasting time and money. 2.
Edge banding tape
Always use a good quality tape from a reputable supplier. The better the tape, the better the finished panel will be and the less time spent on the job. Always store the rolls of tape flat in a cool dry environment. The tape glue will deteriorate if exposed to high temperatures or excessive temperature changes. If the tape is not stored flat, the roll may become distorted and may have to be scrapped.
Check the manufacturesâ€™ date on the roll. The glue will deteriorate with age. Always use the â€œfirst in, first outâ€? principle when using your tape stock. Avoid the use of thin PVC tapes, as they are very difficult to apply and have a tendency to melt before they are applied to the panel. 3.
Check that the glue is spread evenly over the tape. The glue will not spread out once melted, and therefore you need the glue to be evenly spread on the tape if the joint is to be of good quality. Always conduct a test to check that the temperature that you have set the machine to is correct. A simple test is to apply the tape to a test panel, and after about one minute using pliers, pull the tape off. The tape should be adhered to the panel evenly along its length and evenly across its width. The tape should have particles of the panel stuck to it over the complete length and width. 4.
Check that the machine has been set to suit the current job. Is the conveyor set at the correct height? Are the tape tracks set to the correct height and the tape free to move smoothly? Is the hot-air blower set at the correct temperature? Are the dust hoses clear of any obstructions and the dust collection working efficiently? Is the machine clean and free from dirt or saw dust? Are the rollers and fences clean and free of glue? Is the air pressure set at the correct pressure [6.5 bar]? All other machine settings have been adjusted at the factory when testing the machine and should give you a good high-quality product. If adjustments need to be made because one or more of the settings have been moved during transportation, then only change one setting at a time. If the change will not correct the fault, then return the setting to its original position and go to next adjustment. This is covered later in the manual in detail. Always allow the hot-air blower to stabilize after making adjustments to the temperature, and allow the hot-air blower to return to room temperature before switching it off.
Machine adjustments Always turn the main isolation switch to the off position and padlock in position. Disconnect the electricity supply and disconnect the air supply before conducting any adjustments or maintenance. Your machine is provided with many adjustments and setting changes that can be made to optimise the performance of the machine. All the adjustments and settings have been set at the factory during assembly and testing. Unless the settings and adjustments have moved during shipping, the machine should perform within specification and no adjustments should be required. During the life of the machine,
fine tuning will have to be made from time to time, and below is the procedure that should be followed for each adjustment and setting. Extension Tables The set-up and adjustment is covered earlier in the manual in the assembly and set-up section. Tape table tape guide adjustment The set-up and adjustment is covered earlier in the manual in the assembly and set-up section. Pinch roller Clamping screws The set-up and adjustment is covered earlier in the manual in the assembly and set-up section. It must be noted that too much pressure will cause the tape to wander up and down on the panel edge. Too little pressure causes the tape to slip. Tape feed table The tape feed table comes factory- set but Jacking screws should it need adjustment, 4 adjusting jacking screws are provided which can adjust the support arm so that the table is level and parallel with the machine tape feed track. To adjust the table set, a thin straightedge Tape feed support arm in the machine tape feed track, holding it flush with the bottom of the track [make sure that the bottom of the track is clean and free from dirt and glue]. Extend the straightedge over the table [This will require the pinch roller to be pulled back so that the straightedge can pass through]. The table should be level and parallel with the straightedge. If the table requires adjustment, remove the table from the support arm by removing the central clamping screw. Loosen the clamping screws and adjust the jacking screws. Note: Only move the adjusting screws a very small amount each time that you conduct an adjustment. After adjustment, replace the table, clamp in position and recheck. If further adjustment is required repeat the procedure.
Guillotine assembly Rough cut guillotine Forward and back adjustment The guillotine assembly is mounted on slots. When the clamping screws are loosened, the assembly can be moved forward and back. You will have to recentralise the guillotine if you have removed the assembly from the machine for any reason. This movement allows the tape to be centre in the machine tape feed track. In most cases the guillotine is not adjusted as the guide rods ensure that the tape is guided centrally into the track. Do not rely on the guide rods doing all the work, if the guillotine is off centre, there will be extra drag on the tape that could cause feeding problems.
Guide rod adjustment The two guide rods ensure that the tape is guided into the machine tape guide centrally. To adjust them, loosen the clamp screws and twist them so that the tape is centralized. Retighten the screws and check that the tape moves into the centre of the tape guide by twisting the red rubber drive roller. Move the
Tape guide rods
tape back and forward several times to ensure that the tape moves smoothly. Tape cut-off distance adjustment To adjust the distance that the tape overhangs the back of the panel, loosen the clamp screws, reposition the micro switch and tighten the screws. Move the micro switch in small steps, and run the machine to check the amount that you have increased or decreased the tape overhang. In most cases Â˝â€? is the correct overhang.
Tape guillotine micro switch
Machine tape guide adjustment The general set-up and adjustment is covered earlier in the manual in the assembly and set-up section. The tape guide in addition to the normal vertical adjustment is provided with forward
/ back and squareness adjustments. It is recommended that you do not adjust them unless absolutely necessary. The guide has slots that allow the movement forward and back to align the tape with the first pressure roller. Jacking screws are provided to adjust the assembly square to the bed of the machine. Rough cut guillotine air-pressure adjustment An air regulator valve controls the Rough-cut guillotine guillotine air pressure. By adjusting speed control Valve the valve, the guillotine will move faster or slower. If the guillotine will not cut the tape, you may have to increase the air pressure to the cylinder, but before you adjust the valve, check that the knives are free from glue residue, and clean and sharp. The above are the most common causes for the tape not being cut. Also check that the blade guide tracks are clean and lubricated. Only adjust the valve in small steps and then test the cutting action. Screwing in decreases the air pressure; unscrewing increases the air pressure. Note: If you screw the valve in too much, the guillotine may remain open, and if you unscrew the valve too much, the guillotine may stay closed. Fence and roller adjustment Pressure rollers
The reference points on the machine are the two sets of rollers on the end trim assembly. All the fences use these points as their reference. Adjusting the pressure roller assembly To allow the end trim guillotine to End trim Straightedge be pushed back so that you can use a rollers straightedge along the bed of the machine, remove the air pipes on the air cylinder [mark them so that you put them back correctly]. To remove the air pipes, push the outer ring in toward the coupling and pull the pipe. To reconnect, simply push the pipe into the coupling. First, using a straightedge, check that the two pressure rollers and the rubber roller are in line with each other. The two pressure rollers are fixed to the mounting plate with eccentrics. By rotating the hex bolt, the rollers will move forward and back. Next, check that the rollers are all square to the bed of the machine. The mounting plate has jacking screws that can be used to adjust the assembly square. If the rollers are not square to the bed of the machine, they will not press the tape onto the edge of the panel.
Next, using a straightedge, check that the assembly is in line with the rollers on the end trim unit. If adjustment is needed, the plate can be moved forward and back as it is mounted on slots. In-feed fence adjustment The two in-feed fences must be in line with the pressure rollers and end trim rollers. The in feed section should be slightly forward of the pressure roller section [no tape will have been applied to the panel in this area]. To adjust for the thickness of tape that you are applying, place a piece of tape against the pressure rollers and the end trim rollers. Use a Straight edge straightedge against the in-feed fences so that the straightedge is level along the machine against all the contact points. Note: You do not have to move the drive roller, as it has to be driven by contact with the panel and will deform as the panel moves past it. Note: You do not have to move the manifold, as it is not important that it contacts the panel. Out-feed fence adjustment The out-feed fence and the out-feed extension table fence must be in line with the pressure rollers and the end trim rollers. Using a straightedge, check that they are in line. If adjustment is required, loosen the fence Allen screws and adjust the fences. Retighten the Allen screws and recheck.
End trim guillotine activation micro switch
Note: Reconnect the air pipes to the end trim guillotine air cylinder. End-trim adjustments End-trim control micro switch adjustment Three micro switches control the end-trim guillotine. The micro switch that is located on the bed of the machine activates the guillotine to cut the tape off at the front of the panel, and when the panel back edge releases the micro switch, it activates the guillotine follow-up sequence to cut off the tape at the back of the panel. If you have a panel that you do not want to cut the tape off at the front and the back of the panel,
tape the micro switch in the down position and the guillotine will remain closed and inactive. The point that the guillotine cuts the tape can be changed by adjusting the position of the micro switch [micro switch mounted on slots]. This is not normally necessary as the activation point is not critical. The two micro switches [A and B] control the follow-up action and operate the guillotine to cut the tape at the back of the panel. Micro switch B activates the guillotine to cut the tape at the rear of the pane. Micro switch A activates the return to the start position. Both micro switches are factory-set and should not need adjustments. End-trim piston speed adjustment
B micro switch
A micro switch
End-trim guillotine view from the back of the The speed of the air cylinder that machine with the cover removed pushes the end trim assembly during the follow-up sequence is set in the Speed control factory, and it is advisable not to valve adjust the settings. The pressure valve must not be adjusted. The speed control valve is very delicate to adjust. Do not attempt to adjust the valve until you have checked that the air pressure regulator is set to 6.5 bar. The guide bars are clean and lubricated with a Teflon lubricant, there are no obstructions and the air cylinder moves freely with the two air pipes removed. Pressure valve If you do have to adjust the speed DO NOT ADJUST control valve, mark the position of the valve so that you can return it to the original position and adjust in very small steps.
Top and bottom trimmer adjustment The copy pads can be adjusted vertically to move the cutting point along the blades. This function will ensure that you get the maximum cutting life out of your knives. To adjust the height, turn the support screws either up or down to expose a Adjusting screws new section of the knives. Note: You must move the left and right screws the same amount to keep the copy pad level with the bed of the machine. If the copy pads are not parallel, the cutters will cut into the panel at the front or rear. To adjust the copy pads level with the bed of the machine, measure the distance between the end of the copy pad and the bed, at both ends and adjust the screws. Conveyor adjustments
Belt tensioning bolt
The conveyor belt has a central rib that fits into the rollers at each end of the conveyor. This rib helps to guide the belt, but the belt should be tensioned to exert the least strain on the rib. Two adjusting bolts are provided at the end of the conveyor that levels the idle roller. The bolts are factory-set and no adjustment should be required. As the belt ages, it will have to be retensioned. You must adjust the two tension bolts exactly the same amount to keep the belt running parallel. Never just adjust only one bolt. Levelling the conveyor
The conveyor must be level with the bed of the machine to ensure that the panel has even pressure exerted on it along the complete length of the machine. The conveyor is factory-set and should not need adjustment. If you lean on the conveyor while it is open, it could become out of adjustment. To check that the conveyor is parallel, place two pieces of panel [3/4â€? X 4â€? X 12â€? cut from the same stock] on the bed of the machine, one at each end of the conveyor.
Method 1 Lower the conveyor so that it just touches the panels. The conveyor should touch the panels evenly. If adjustment is required, loosen the 6 Allen screws that clamp the conveyor to the swing arm and move the conveyor in the required direction; them re-clamp the screws. It is recommended that the conveyor be touching one of the panels while conducting the adjustment to give you a guide on the movement that you are making. If there is insufficient play to correct the conveyor, then adjust as per method 2. Method 2 Loosen the screws that clamp the swing arm bracket to the bed of the machine just enough to insert a piece of shim stock between the bed and the bracket on the relevant side. Re-clamp the screws and recheck the conveyor.
Hot-air manifold adjustment The manifold position is factory-set and should not need adjustment. It is mounted on slots that allow it to be moved forward and back should it come out of adjustment. Before adjusting the manifold, remove the back access panel to access the hot-air blower, which is housed inside the body of the machine.
Rear access panel
Loosen the fixing screws for the hot-air blower. Next, loosen the manifold fixing screws. Adjust the manifold so that it is 1/64â€? to 1/32â€? behind the red drive roller. Once the adjustments have been made retighten the clamping screws and replace the access panel. Note: The red drive roller has to contact the panel to drive the tape through the tape feed mechanism. If the manifold is too far forward, it may stop the roller from contacting the panel. Note: The manifold should not need to be adjusted as it is factory-set, and it is very unlikely that it will need adjusting.
Maintenance Always turn the main isolation switch to the off position, padlock it in position, disconnect the electricity supply and disconnect the air supply before conducting any adjustments or maintenance. Lubrication It is recommended that you use a Teflon-based lubrication on your machine as it tends to dry and will reduce the amount of sawdust build-up on the machine. Teflon lubricants are available from most leading hardware stores. If you have trouble locating a Teflon-based lubricant, one is available from Laguna Tools. Maintenance guide Item Table plastic strips. Fences.
Schedule Weekly or when dirty.
Weekly or when dirty. Make sure that they are always clean. Weekly or when dirty.
Rubber rollers. End trim guide rods.
Weekly or when dirty. Weekly or when dirty.
Rough-cut guillotine knives.
Weekly or when dirty.
End trim knives.
Weekly or when dirty.
Top and bottom cutters.
Weekly or when dirty.
Top and bottom cutter drive belt. Copy pads. Dust collection.
Weekly. Weekly or when dirty Weekly.
Action Wipe clean and lubricate with wax or Teflon. Remove any glue. Wipe clean and remove any glue. Do not use any lubricant as this can weaken the tape adhesion. Wipe clean and remove any glue. Do not use any lubricant; it can weaken the tape adhesion. Wipe clean and remove any glue. Wipe clean and lubricate with Teflon. Remove any glue. Clean with solvent and check for sharpness, any damage [nicks, etc.]. Replace or re-sharpen if required. Lubricate with WD40 or light oil. Clean with solvent and check for sharpness, any damage [nicks, etc.]. Replace or re-sharpen if required. Make sure that there is no build-up of glue on the knives. A little spray with Teflon or WD40 helps to prevent build-up. Clean with solvent and check for sharpness, any damage [nicks, etc.]. If required rotate cutters to new edge. Check for damage or wear. If required, replace belt. Clean the panel contact surfaces. Check that all dust chutes and hoses are clear and free of build-up. Clear any blockages. This is the most common cause of issues with your edgebander. Proper dust collection with a high static pressure is needed. Keep your machine clean and blow down with compressed air regularly. 40
Airline water separator.
Weekly or more often if required.
Hot air blower air filter
The pneumatic system is extremely reliable. The machine is supplied with a small water separator; drain daily. We highly recommend that a compressed air dryer be used, as this will greatly enhance longevity of the pneumatic system. Spray a small amount of WD40 into the pneumatic line from exterior air regulator into the machine. Blow down with an airline and wipe clean. Check that there are no small pieces of scrap that could jam any of the switches or mechanisms. Clean filter with compressed air.
Sharpening and replacing knives Rough cut guillotine blades To replace the blades, remove items 9 and 23 and replace. When you are reassembling, ensure that the tape guides, items 24 and 26, are adjusted to guide the tape centrally into the machine tape feed guide. When sharpening the blades, sharpen item 9 on the cutting edge only and never on the thickness.
Replacing the end trim guillotine blades
End trim knives To replace the end trim knives, remove two items 10 and replace them, ensuring that the screws are tight. When sharpening the blades item 10, only sharpen on the cutting edge and never on the thickness. Removing the cutter heads from the top / bottom trimming unit Note: The cutters rotate in opposite directions, and for safety reasons one has a lefthand thread and the other has a right-hand thread. Replacing the top and bottom cutter drive belt Lift the motor to take the weight off the drive belt. Remove the belt and replace with belt as shown. No tensioning is required as the weight of the motor keeps the belt tensioned. Top and bottom trim drive belt
To reset the internal breakers Remove the fixing screws from the front control panel. Check the breakers and reset if required.
Internal breakers Back of front control panel
Trouble shooting Check the list below to try and remedy the fault before contacting your supplierâ€™s technical department for advice. Note: The most common cause of faults with edge-banding machines is, 1. Water or dirt in the air system. Check that the water trap on the machine is emptied daily and that the machine is supplied with clean dry air. 2. Dirt or small pieces of edge banding may be jamming switches or air cylinders. If you keep your machine clean, supplied with clean dry air and conduct regular preventive maintenance, your machine should give you many years of trouble-free service. Always turn the main isolation switch to the off position and padlock it in position, disconnect the electricity supply and disconnect the air supply before conducting any adjustments or maintenance. Troubleshooting guide Problem Tape jams and is either late to meet the board or misses the board.
Cause Tape support table not level with the machine tape feed track. Tape feed pinch roller too loose, tape slipping Tape guide track too tight [tape feed table and / or machine tape feed tracks]. Tape guide tracks are damaged.
Corrective action Level the table with levelling screws. Adjust tension on tape feed pinch pressure roller. Adjust tape feed tracks so that the tape is free to move smoothly in the track/s. Replace tape guide tracks.
Glue build-up in the tape feed tracks. Panel not in contact with red drive roller Tape not cut by the rough-cut guillotine.
Knives dull or damaged.
Clean tape feed tracks. Adjust conveyor angle or in feed fences or red rubber drive feed roller. Sharpen or replace the knives.
Guillotine air pressure too low.
Tape rides up or drops down on the board edge.
Tape is too long at the rear of the panel. Tape too short at rear of panel.
Tape not trimmed flush with back of panel
End trim unit hits the panel too hard.
Check the air regulator is set to 6.5 bar. If OK, adjust guillotine air pressure. See adjustment section. Guillotine did not Micro switch jammed, clear function. jam. Panel bent and not contacting micro switch. Discard panel. The tape feed pinch roller Adjust pinch roller pressure too tight. with adjusting knob.
Excessive vertical clearance in the tape feed tracks.
Adjust tape feed tracks height.
Insufficient conveyor to panel pressure.
Check that the panel is held firmly when clamped by the conveyor. If the panel is not held firmly and presses the edge of the panel onto the fences and rollers, the tape can wander up and down on the panel. If required, readjust conveyor height. Adjust cut-off micro switch.
Cut-off micro switch out of adjustment. Cut-off micro switch out of adjustment. Tape sticking in the tape feed tracks. Follow-up speed of end trim unit too slow. Follow-up speed of end trim unit too slow. Micro switch jammed. Follow-up speed of end trim too fast.
Adjust cut-off micro switch. Clean tape feed tracks and / or adjust track height. Check air regulator set at 6.5 bar, if OK, adjust speed. See adjustment section. Check that the guide rods are clean and lubricated. Clear jam. Check air regulator set at 6.5 bar, if OK, adjust speed. See adjustment section.
End trim unit will not cut the tape at the back and/or the front of the panel.
Cutters dull or gummy.
Clean, sharpen or replace the cutters.
Cylinder air pressure too low.
Tape too high above the panel after top / bottom trimming. Panel cut by top or bottom cutters.
Cutters need adjusting.
Poor finish on tape after trimming with top / bottom cutters. Top or bottom cutters cut into the panel at the front or rear of the panel. Tape bent over on top of the panel and or not cut off cleanly.
Cutters dull or gummed with glue.
Check that the air regulator is set to 6.5 bar. If OK, adjust cylinder air pressure. See adjustment section. Adjust cutters with adjusting knobs at the back of the machine. Adjust cutters with adjusting knobs at the back of the machine. Rotate cutters 90 degrees or clean off glue with solvent.
Copy pads are not parallel to table.
Adjust copy pads level. See adjusting section.
Tape too wide for the panel.
The copy pads mark panel.
Copy pads dirty or have glue on them Delicate panel material. Feed conveyor too loose.
Change the tape to the correct width of tape. The tape must be a maximum of 2 mm above and below the panel. Clean copy pads.
Board twists, binds or stops at any point during run.
Cutters need adjusting.
Feed conveyor too tight. Feed conveyor not level. Delicate panel material Tape not stuck to edge of panel
Edge of panel not square. Edge of panel not straight. Fences not in alignment. Rollers not in alignment. Glue temperature not correct. Tape glue old or faulty.
Conveyor not exerting
Fit optional roller copy pads. Readjust conveyor height.
Adjust conveyor height. Adjust conveyor level. See adjusting section. Change copy pads for optional roller copy pads. Re-cut panel square. Re-cut panel straight. Realign fences. See adjustment section. Realign rollers. Reset hot-air blower temperature. Check the tape date. Run the panel with tape from another roll. This is unlikely and should only
Tape burnt or discoloured. Machine will not start or stops during operation. Machine will not start.
Pneumatic system is sticky or erratic. [Air cylinder sluggish, Micro switch sticky, etc.]
sufficient side pressure on the panel. Hot-air blower set too high. Tripped circuit breaker [External to the machine or internal].
be adjusted after all other reasons have been tried. Reset hot-air blower temperature. Typical causes are: dull or gummy cutters; jammed cutter head, conveyor jammed, etc. Clear fault and reset breaker. Conveyor safety switch Close conveyor and lock handle. not made. Reset key position if required. Machine not plugged into Connect machine to electricity the electricity supply. supply. Isolation switch not Turn isolation switch to on turned on. position. Mains breaker tripped. Reset breaker. Machine internal breaker Reset internal breaker. tripped. Dirt or water in the Supply machine with clean dry pneumatic system. air. Remove airline and squirt a small amount of WD40 into the air connector. Cycle the machine 10 times, and if required, repeat.
Electrical drawing schematic
Electrical drawing block diagram
Pneumatic drawing schematic.
Pneumatic drawing block diagram.
Spare parts Ordering spare-parts When ordering spare parts specify: -
Machine Model Part number required, taken from the expanded view drawings and parts lists on the following page. Quantity required
To order a hot-air blower.
Model: Part description: Part number: Quantity:
Bandit edge bander. Hot-air blower. 110598 â€“ K2530. 1 piece
K3M 01.00.00.00 BODY ASSEMBLY
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DIN 7349 K3M 01.01.00.00 BDS 833-82 BDS 2171-83. BDS 833-82 K3M 01.00.00.17 K3M 01.00.00.29 DIN 125A
TABLE SUPPORT BUSH- HIGH GUIDER SPRING WHEEL 2-8Н SCREW М 8Х40 REMOTE BUSH FENCE SUPPORT STRIP – WIDE SCREW М6Х12 SUPPORT STRIP- NARROW BUSHING STUD NUT М 10 WHEEL M10 NUT М10 RING FOR SHAFT ø6 NUT М 3 WHEEL M3 HINGE SCREW М 3Х12 DOOR HANDLE- STAR М6Х10 NUT М12 LEVELING BOLT М12Х40 GUARD HOT AIR BLOWER SUPPORT BRACKET SUPPORT BRACKET REARСКОБА WHEEL М 6 BODY SPRING WHEEL 2-6Н SCREW М10Х35 SPRING WHEEL 2-10Н BOLT HOLLOW COVER PLATE WHEEL M6
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K3M 02.00.00.01 ISO 7380 DIN 913 BDS 744-83 K3M 02.00.00.03 DIN 913 GN6336-KU-40-М10-К K3M 02.00.00.15 DIN 134 GN6336-KU-25-М5-К DIN 134 BDS 2171-83 K3M 02.00.00.14 K3M 02.00.00.16 K3M 02.00.00.05 DIN 134 BDS 2171-83 K3M 02.00.00.08 GN6336.4-SK-40-М10-16
SUPPORT ARM SCREW М8Х16 STOP SCREW М10Х10 NUT М8 TAPE SUPPORT PLATE STOP SCREW М10Х25 HANDLE- STAR М10 GUIDE PLATE FRONT WHEEL M 5 HANDLE- STAR М5 WHEEL M 6 SCREW М 6Х10 GUIDE PLATE REAR SPECIAL BOLT ROLLER WHEEL M 8 SCREW М 8Х55 BUSHING WITH THREAD HANDLE- STAR М10x16
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K3M 00.03.00.00 DRIVE ROLLER ASSEMBLY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
UN 737 BDS 2171-83 DIN 7991 DIN 471 K3M 00.03.12.00 K3M 00.03.00.13 BDS 2171-84 K3M 00.03.00.15 K3M 00.03.14.00 BDS 1230-85 K3M 00.03.00.11 DIN 985 T17632 K3M 00.03.00.20 K3M 00.03.00.24 BDS 744-83 GN6336-KU-40-М8-К BDS 2171-83 K3M 00.03.00.22 T17644 DIN 125A K3M 00.03.00.08 K3M 00.03.00.05 DIN 913 K3M 00.03.00.04
WHEEL М6 SCREW М 6Х25 SCREW М 8Х20 CIRCLIP 15 ROLLER SPINDLE BOLT SCREW М 4Х10 GEAR ROLLER WITHOUT BEARINGS BOLT М 8Х10 SPINDLE NUT М 8 CLEVIS G 6X12 - M6 SPRING ADJUSTING SHAFT NUT М8 HANDLE- STAR М8 SCREW М 6Х16 PLATE AXIS WITH SPRING LOCK G 6X12 WHEEL M8 PLATE STUD STOP SCREW М 6Х10 BASE
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SUPPORT PLATE STOP SCREW М10Х10 WHEEL M 6 SCREW М 6Х16 NUT М 6 DISH WHEEL ø12.5Хø6.2Х0.35 STOP SCREW М 6Х 6 GUIDE PLATE BOTTOM SCREW М 6Х12 GUIDE SHAFT WHEEL АМ 6 STUD GUIDE PLATE TOP BUFFER VERTICAL RULE SUPPORT BRACKET WHEEL M3 RULE SCREW М 3Х12 INDICATOR NUT М8
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K3M 00.00.05.00 TAPE CUT OFF ASSEMBLY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
BDS 2171-83 1511.50.20 BDS 2171-83 K3M 00.00.05.03 BDS 744-83 K3M 00.00.05.05 T17648 DIN 7991 K3M 00.00.05.12 BDS 744-83 Т17636 K3M 00.00.05.10 DIN 913 BDS 744-83 K3M 00.00.05.09 DIN 125A DIN 125A BDS 1230-85 BDS 2171-84 K3M 00.00.05.11 BDS 744-83 DIN 913 K3M 00.00.05.17 K3M 00.00.05.16 BDS 1230-85 K3M 00.00.05.29 BDS 2171-83 K3M 00.00.05.26 K3M 00.00.05.23
SCREW М 6Х55 PNEUMATIC CYLINDER SCREW М 6Х16 BASE NUT М12 STUD М10Х12 AXIS WITH SPRING G10X20 SCREW М 4Х6 BLADE NUT М10 CLEVIS G10X20 - M10 BLADE SUPPORT PLATE STOP SCREW М 5Х10 NUT М5 TOP BLADE GUIDE WHEEL M6 WHEEL M5 BOLT М5Х16 SCREW М 4Х16 TAPE GUIDE TOP NUT М6 STOP SCREW М 6Х16 BLADE TAPE GUIDE LEFT HAND BOLT М6Х30 TAPE GUIDE RIGHT HAND SCREW М 6Х10 BRACKET BOTTOM BLADE GUIDE
2 1 4 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 6 2 2 1 1 4 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1
K3M 00.06.00.00 HOT AIR BLOWER ASSEMBLY 1 2 3 4
K3M 00.06.01.00 110598 - K2530 UN 737 BDS 2171-83
HEAT GUIDE HOT AIR BLOWER WHEEL М6 SCREW М 6Х16
1 1 2 2
K3M 00.07.00.00 HOT AIR EXAUST DUCT 1 2 3 4
K3M 00.07.01.00 BDS 2171-83 BDS 206-78 UN 737
HOT AIR EXAUST DUCT SCREW М 6Х16 WHEEL АМ 6 WHEEL М6
1 2 2 2
K3M 00.08.00.00 PRESSURE ROLLER ASSEMBLY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
K3M 00.08.00.13 K3M 00.08.00.12 K3M 00.08.10.00 DIN 471 K3M 00.03.00.13 K3M 00.08.00.07 K3M 00.08.01.00 DIN 471 BDS 2171-83 UN 737 BDS 2171-83 DIN 913 DIN 913
SUPPORT PLATE SPINDLE RADIAL BEARING WITH BALLS 6001-ZZ ROLLER WITH BEARINGS RING FOR SHAFT ø12 AXIS EXCENTRIC AXIS ROLLER WITH BUSHES RING FOR SHAFT 15 SCREW М 6Х20 WHEEL М6 SCREW М 6Х16 STOP SCREW М 5Х10 STOP SCREW М 6Х 6
1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 4 1
K3M 09.00.00.00 END TRIMMING ASSEMBLY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
DIN 913 K3M 09.00.01.00 BDS 2171-83 DIN 125A K3M 09.00.00.27 K3M 09.00.00.04 KH 1228 K3M 09.20.00.06 K3M 09.22.01.00 K3M 09.00.00.16 BDS 2171-83 K3M 09.00.00.21 DIN 7991 PAP0812 K3M 09.00.10.00 K3M 09.00.00.28 K3M 09.00.05.00 K3M 09.00.00.06 K3M 09.20.01.00 BDS 2171-83 BDS 2171-83 K3M 09.20.00.07 K3M 09.20.00.04 1280.16.75.М BDS 2171-83 1280.16.75.М K3M 09.00.00.11 1501.50.30 BDS 2171-83 K3M 09.00.00.12 BDS 1230-85 T17644 T17632 K3M 09.00.03.00
STOP SCREW М 6Х 6 SUPPORT BLOCK SCREW М 6Х20 WHEEL M6 SPRING SHAFT ø12 BEARING BUSH AXIS SUPPORT BLOCK BLADE SCREW M 5X14 BLADE SUPPORT BLOCK SCREW М 4Х10 BEARING BUSH CUTTER GUIDE BLOCK SPACER SUPPORT BLOCK SHAFT SUPPORT STRAP SUPPORT BLOCK SCREW М 8Х30 SCREW М 6Х16 BUSHING RADIAL BEARING WITH BALLS 61803-2RS EXCENTRIC BUSH PNEUMATIC CYLINDER SCREW М 6Х10 NUT-M16X1.5 SHAFT ø8 PNEUMATIC CYLINDER SCREW М 6Х70 SHAFT SUPPORT STRAP BOLT М12Х25 AXIS WITH SPRING LOCK G 6X12 CLEVIS G 6X12 - M6 CAM PLATE
4 1 4 10 1 2 4 2 1 2 4 2 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 2 4 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1
36 37 38 39 40 41
DIN 125A BDS 2171-83 K3M 09.00.00.02 2104лю5 0104лю5 188.8.131.52
WHEEL M5 SCREW M 5X10 SWITCH SUPPORT PLATE PNEUMATIC COUPLER PNEUMATIC COUPLER PNEUMATIC SWITCH
2 2 1 1 3 2
K3M 00.10.00.00 TOP AND BOTTOM TRIMMING ASSEMBLY
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60
K3M 00.10.00.00 TOP AND BOTTOM TRIMMING ASSEMBLY DIN 985 NUT М 6 BDS 2171-83 SCREW M 5X35 K3M 00.10.00.47 GUIDE BAR K3M 00.10.00.46 SUPPORT BAR BDS 744-83 NUT М12 K3M 00.10.00.35 MAIN SUPPORT BLOCK BOTTOM CUTTER HEAD BDS 2171-83 SCREW М 5Х16 K3M 00.10.00.38 CLAMPING WHEEL TOP CUTTER HEAD DIN 125A WHEEL M6 BDS 2171-83 SCREW М 6Х25 K3M 00.10.00.23 CUTTER SPINDLE RADIAL BEARING WITH BALLS 6002-ZZ K3M 00.10.00.12 GUIDE BLOCK K3M 00.10.00.19 LOWER BEARING SUPPORT TUBE K3M 00.10.00.25 UPPER BEARING SUPPORT TUBE K3M 00.10.00.18 LOWER CUTTER SUPPORT BLOCK K3M 00.10.00.26 UPPER CUTTER SUPPORT BLOCK K3M 00.10.00.44 POLYAMIDE INSERT DIN 913 STOP SCREW М 6Х10 K3M 00.10.00.29 SPRING DIN 9021 A WHEEL M 8 UN 732 WHEEL ø 6Хø25Х1.8 K3M 00.10.00.32 SPRING K3M 00.10.00.28 STUD K3M 00.10.00.11 BEARING SHAFT K3M 00.10.00.31 PLATE DIN 125A WHEEL M8 BDS 1230-85 BOLT М 8Х25 K3M 00.10.00.21 BELT PULLEY UN 737 WHEEL М6 BDS 2171-83 SCREW М 6Х10 DIN 7991 SCREW М 4Х10 K3M 00.10.00.52 BRACKET UN 9308 DISH WHEEL ø14Хø7.2Х0.8 K3M 00.10.00.53 STUDADJUSTING SCREW BDS 744-83 NUT М6 GN6336-KU-40-М6-К HANDLE- STAR М6 DIN 913 STOP SCREW М 6Х 6 K3M 00.10.00.40 BRACKET K3M 00.10.00.24 CLAMPING PLATE BDS 1230-85 BOLT М 8Х50 DIN 125A WHEEL M12 K3M 00.10.00.16 SPRING K3M 00.10.00.14 BUSHING KH 1228 BEARING BUSHING BDS 744-83 NUT М8 K3M 00.10.01.00 PLATE BDS 1230-85 BOLT М 8Х20 BDS 2171-84 SCREW М 4Х10 DIN 9021 A WHEEL M 4 DIN 7349 WHEEL М 4 K3M 00.10.00.07 BELT PULLEY FOR THE SHAFT OF THE MOTOR DRIVE BELT 20X1 L=660 BDS 1230-85 BOLT М5Х 8 BDS 1230-85. BOLT М6Х14 K3M 00.10.00.04 MOTOR SUPPORT BRACKET ER63C2-AL MOTOR K3M 00.13.01.00 TOP DUST HOOD
10 4 2 4 8 1 1 2 2 1 6 3 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 6 1 6 2 1 1 2 1 6 4 2 1 2 4 2 4 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 9 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 1 1 1
LOWER DUST HOOD
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
K3M 00.11.00.00 BELT FEEDER SWIVEL ASSEMBLY K3M 00.11.00.32 SWIVEL CASTING 1 BDS 744-83 NUT М12 2 DIN 125A WHEEL M12 1 K3M 00.11.00.16 COTTER 2 DIN 1481 SPRING PIN ø5Х16 1 K3M 00.11.00.11 SCREW 1 COUNTER ASSEMBLY 1 'ALFACROSS' 1.5 BD20N K3M 00.11.00.05 SHAFT 1 ART.139-60-8.5 HANDLE 8.5 1 BDS 2171-83 SCREW М 8Х70 1 BDS 744-83 NUT М8 1 K3M 00.11.00.06 HANDWHEEL ø127 1 DIN 913 STOP SCREW М 5Х16 1 K3M 00.11.00.09 GUIDER 2 K3M 00.11.00.18 NUT 1 K3M 00.11.00.14 BUSHING 2 K3M 00.11.00.13 CUTTED BUSHING 2 K3M 00.11.00.12 COLUMN 1 DIN 125A WHEEL M6 2 BDS 2171-83 SCREW М 6Х14 2 AXIAL BEARING WITH BALLS 51201 2 K3M 00.11.20.00 BRACKET 1 DIN 1481 SPRING PIN ø5Х30 4 K3M 00.11.00.27 BODY 1 BDS 2171-83 SCREW М 8Х20 12 K3M 00.11.00.19 PLATE 1 DIN 7 CYLINDER PIN 6Х30 6
K3M 00.12.00.00 DRIVE BELT ASSEMBLY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
K3M 00.12.01.00 K3M 00.12.00.03 ISO 7380 DIN 125A BDS 1230-85 BDS 2171-83 K3M 00.12.00.21 BDS 206-78 K3M 00.12.00.02 PAP 2020 K3M 00.12.00.15 K3M 00.12.00.13 K3M 00.12.00.26 K3M 00.12.00.08 K3M 00.12.09.00 BDS 3389-62 BDS 3389-62 K3M 00.12.00.07 FRT 40-B3 ;B14 ERR71С-4 B14 F85
TUBE ASSEMBLY PLATE SCREW М 6Х16 WHEEL M8 BOLT М 8Х35 SCREW М 8Х60 PLATE WHEEL АМ 6 TOOL TRAY SLIDING BUSHING ROLLER AXIS DRIVE BELT RADIAL BEARING WITH BALLS 6001-ZZ. WHEEL ø21Хø40Х2 ИДВВЕИ COTTER 6Х6Х40 COTTER 6Х6Х20 SHAFT WORM GEARBOX WITH FLANGE MOTOR
1 2 13 16 12 2 1 5 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1
K3M 14.00.00.00 VERTICAL ADJUSTMANT CLAMP 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
BDS 2171-84 DIN 125A BDS 2171-83 DIN 125A K3M 14.01.01.00 DIN 9021 A DIN 7991 GN603-78-М10-35-DGN DIN 433 DIN 137 B K3M 14.01.00.03 BDS 2171-83 BDS 2171-83 K3M 14.02.04.00 K3M 14.02.00.01 BDS 2171-83 FR-692 K3M 14.01.00.02
SCREW М 4Х10 WHEEL М 4 SCREW М 8Х25 WHEEL M8 SUPPORT BRACKET WHEEL M10 SCREW М 10Х35 HANDLE М10X35 WHEEL М10 WHEEL М10 BLOCK SCREW М 6Х50 SCREW М 8Х20 CLAMP BLOCK BRACKET SCREW М 4Х30 SAFETY SWITCH PLATE FOR THE SWITCH
6 8 2 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 1
K3M 00.15.00.00 EXTENSION TABLE RIGHT HAND 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
K3M 00.15.00.01 BDS 2171-83 DIN 7349 DIN 913 K3M 00.15.00.09 BDS 833-82 BDS 2171-83 K3M 00.15.00.06 K3M 00.15.00.05 ISO 7380 K3M 00.15.00.02
TABLE BODY SCREW М10Х30 WHEEL М10 STOP SCREW М6Х8 SPACER SPRING WHEEL 2-8Н SCREW М 8Х30 FENCE SUPPORT STRIP- SHORT SCREW М 6Х10 SUPPORT STRIP- SHORTNARROW
1 4 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 12 1
K3M 00.16.00.00 EXTENSION TABLE LEFT HAND 1 2 3
DIN 7349 BDS 2171-83 K3M 00.15.00.02
4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
ISO 7380 K3M 00.15.00.05 DIN 134 K3M 00.16.00.07 BDS 833-82 BDS 2171-83 DIN 913 K3M 00.16.00.01
WHEEL М10 SCREW М10Х30 SUPPORT STRIP- SHORTNARROW SCREW М6Х12 SUPPORT STRIP- SHORT WHEEL M 8 FENCE SPRING WHEEL 2-8Н SCREW М 8Х30 STOP SCREW М6Х8 TABLE BODY
2 4 1 12 1 4 1 2 2 2 1
K3M 00.17.00.00 EXTENSION SUPPORT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
K3M 00.17.00.01 K3M 00.17.00.03 ISO 7380 K3M 00.17.00.07 ОС UN 732 SCREW М 8 ISO 7380 K3M 00.17.00.06 BDS 206-78 K3M 00.17.02.00 GN628-94-B-DSG DIN 134
BLANKING PLUG 60x40x3 TUBE RIGHT HAND WITH HOLES SUPPORT STRIP SCREW М 6Х10 AXIS WHEEL ø8Хø25Х1.8 SCREW М6Х12
2 1 2 22 2 2 4
WHEEL WHEEL АМ 6 TUBE LEFT HAND HANDLE 224-110 WHEEL M 8
2 4 1 1 2
K3M 00.20.00.00 COVER 1 2 3 4 5 6
K3M 00.20.01.00 K3M 00.20.00.02 BDS 2171-83 BDS 2171-83 DIN 134 DIN 985
COVER BRACKET SCREW М 6Х12 SCREW М 6Х16 WHEEL M 6 NUT М 6
1 1 4 1 6 1
K3M 00.09.00.00 MOBILITY KIT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
K3M 01.01.00.00 DIN 471 КП.00.09.01 BDS 1230-85 КП.02.00.00 DIN 7349 BDS 206-78 BDS 55-77 КП.01.01.03 KSM 2600П1.02.01.02
BODY CIRCLIP ø16 LOCK PIN BOLT М16Х80 REAR WHEEL WHEEL М16 WHEEL АМ18 SPLIT PIN 3. 2х30 AXIS WHEEL
1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 4
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