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    KMT 350 OSA PLC KARMETAL SAN. & TIC. LTD. STI

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    2 ATTENTION! BEFORE USING THE MACHINE, PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY. ALL THESE ATTENTIONS, EXPLANATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS ARE INTENDED TO PROTECT YOU! NOTE : This manual is a part of the machine and must accompany it if moved within the company or sold. ...

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    3 Aşağıda belirtilen kısımlar ve malzeme haricinde makinelerimiz 2(iki) yıl süre ile garanti kapsamındadır. Warranty period for this machine is 2 (two) year except below determined parts. *Elektrik ve elektronik malzemeler, Electric and electro...

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    4 DİKKAT! BU KISIM KESİLİP ÜRETİCİ FİRMAYA GÖNDERİLECEKTİR ATTENTION! THIS PART MUST BE SENT TO MANUFACTURER GARANTİ EK BELGESİ WARRANTY ADDITIONAL FORM Makine Modeli Model : …………………………………………… Seri No Serial Number : …………...

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    51 - OPENING : Figure : 1 Figure : 2 When Operator Panel switched on KARMETAL logo displayed on the front page. If ‘F’ key pressed while turning on power then Figure 2 displayed and software version can be observed for 2 second. After that Operator Panel opens on Manuel Mo...

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    6On the status area on the display, all warnings and directives are shown. When there is no component between clamps “OPERATION COMPLETED” warning displayed. “F ILE CAP AYARI ONAYLA / SIFIRLAMA YAP” warning is displayed for diameter and component positioning settings. If diameter se...

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    7NOTE : On Manuel Mode, Head movement resets component position value. If you move Head after setting component positioning ,this changes value of positioning. This causes wrong cutting at first piece of component on automatic mode. For following pieces, there is no wrong cutting possibility und...

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    84 – AUTOMATIC MODE : cutting time is shown here. Figure : 6 On figure 6, automatic mode is shown. On that page operation conditions can be followed and controlled by using panel keys. Figure : 7 If diameter is not adjusted, then an error displayed as shown on figure 7. - Ther...

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    9 Figure : 9 - When all operations in the work list are finished then message on the figure 9 is displayed. - If an alarm is reset by “ESC” system goes to Manuel Menu. 5 – MENU PAGE : Figure : 10 Menu Page takes place on figure 10.Menu page contains following sub pages : Work ...

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    105.1 – WORK LIST : On figure 11A-F how to prepare work list is explained step by step. On Figure 11G-H, Some of different situations are explained. Figure : 11A Figure : 11B Figure : 11C Figure : 11D Figure : 11E Figure...

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    115.2 – HELP FILES : There are system explanations on this section .Help pages can be seen by using “UP-DOWN ARROWS” . “ESC” key is used to exit this section. 5.3 – ALARM HISTORY : Figure : 12 Alarm screen is shown on figure 12 .Each page contains 10 pages. Totally 1500 ala...

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    126 – SYSTEM PARAMETERS: To enter system parameters page, bring dark line on “ALARM HISTORY” and press “C” key. You must enter password to access this page. Figure : 14 System parameter page is shown on figure 14. Parameters are selected by “UP/DOWN ARROW”keys and by “E...

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    13Inverter backward speed. Parameter range is (5..100).100 is equal to %40 of maximum speed. Parameter "M D Durboy: " : This is the method of blade movement. Parameter range is (0 .. 100,0) .On Automatic mode ,if diameter set point lower then parameter value , blade runs contin...

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    14Calibration page is shown on Figure 16. Calibration sequence is as follows: - Zero point is the lowest position of blade. But lineer transducer position should be at least 10 mm .If zero position is < 10 mm , this may cause faulty on measurement .This must be solved by mechanically. - Max...

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    15 Figure : 18 Figure : 19 You can see example for calibration error on figure 18. Operation mode alarms are due to system being controlled. If one of those alarms occurs then automatic operation is canceled and alarm status is displayed. Manuel mode op...

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    16KMT 280-350 OSA PLC AUTOMATIC BAND SAW MACHINE BAND SAW USING INSTRUCTIONS 1 Connection of electrical must be specialist electrical technician. 2 If the hydraulic unit does not give pressure, ensure the hydraulic motor turning right way by changing the way of electrical connection. 3 Ch...

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    17GENERAL STANDARDS This use and maintenance manual is a part of our KMT 350 OSA Automatic horizontal bandsaw machine. This manual should be kept with care. Please accompany the manual if the machine moved within the company or sold. Applicable EC Directives : EC M...

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    18 CONTENTS ATTENTION .......................................................................................................................................... 2 MACHINE CERTIFICATION AND IDENTIFICATION MARKING .............................................. 2 WARRANTY .........................

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    19CHAPTER 3. MACHINE FUNCTIONAL PARTS A. COPBOARD GROUP...............................................................................................................29 B. VISE UNDERTRAY GROUP ...........................................................................................

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    20 1. DAILY MAINTENANCE.................................................................................54 2. WEEKLY MAINTENANCE.............................................................................54 3. MONTHLY MAINTENANCE...................................................................

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    21USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL FOR 350 OSA ORDERING SPARE PARTS When ordering spare parts, you must state ; MACHINE MODEL : SERIAL NUMBER : PART REFERENCE NUMBER : Without these references we will not supply the spare part...

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    22 Top &Up Limit Switch : These switchs are used to control the saw frame up and down movements. Thus supplies to economize the time. Saw frame up movement can be regulated according to material size.Please set the switch regarding to material size by using handle of adjusting unit. ...

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    23 Electric Cupboard Switch : If electric cubpboard’s cover opens from anyway then the machine does not work 5. Always disconnect the machine from the power socket before changing the bandsaw or carrying out any maintenance job, even in the case of abnormal machine operation. 6. It is forbi...

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    24 Emergency Stop Button : Its colour is red ; you can see it easily. When an emergency occurs, press the emergency stop button quickly. The machine will stop comply. DESCRIPTION OF RISKS AND PRECAUTIONS A. MECHANICAL RISKS 1.Crushing Risk : The heavy metals that are sawed in the machine can...

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    25PROPERTIES OF THE MACHINE TECHNICAL PROPERTIES OF THE MACHINE MAIN MOTOR............................................................... 4 kW, 1400 rpm HYDRAULIC MOTOR...................................................0,37 kW, 1400 rpm COOLANT PUMP................................................

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    26 Tablo : Table of Material NOTE: (N)-STANDARD TOOTH FORM (H) HOOK TOOTH FORM ( K-0 ) COMBINE TOOTH (L) SPACED TOOTH MATERIALS DIN NORM MATERIAL DIA. (mm) BANDSAW SPEED m/min. LUBRICANT COOLANT 0-30 30-50 50-80 80-120 120-200 200-400...

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    27BANDSAW SELECTION FOR PIPE AND PROFILE SHAPES S (mm) D (PIPE DIA.) (mm) 30 50 80 100 120 150 200 300 2 14 N 14 N 14 N 14 N 10 N 3 14 N 14 N 14 N 10/14 K-O 10/14 K-O ...

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    29KMT 350 OSA BANDSAW MACHINE CUTTING CAPACITY 0 ° 350 mm 350 mm 320 x 430 mm

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    30CHAPTER 3. MACHINE FUNCTIONAL PARTS

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    31A. CUPBOARD GROUP 12111097654321Complete07 01 10009 01 20009 01 400 Part Code DIN 7168 ChangesDrawing NoNameDateKARMETALKAR METALNo of PartRoughThinMiddleDescriptionQ.tyDimension07 01 000Designed byApprovaled byControlled byName M.KAR10.04.2007SignatureM.MELETLIDateName of the PartSanayi...

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    32B. VISE UNDERTRAY GROUP

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    33C. JOINT FRAME GROUP 71113129181920126543815161417 Part C odeDIN 7168 ChangesDraw ing No:Nam eDateKARMETALKAR M ETALNo. of PartR oughThinMiddleD escriptionQ .tyD im ensions07 03 000D esigned byA pprovaled byC ontrolled byNam eM.K AR10.01.2007S ignatureM.MELETLIDateJoint Fram e G roupN a...

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    34D. MOTION WITH HYDRAULIC VISE 32613123456781011121307 22 000 Motion With Hydraulic Vise Part CodeDIN 7168ChangesDrawing No:NameDateKARMETALKAR METALNo of PartRoughThinMiddleDescriptionQ.tyDescriptionsDesigned byApprovaled byControlled byNameM.KAR15.01.2007SignatureM.MELETLIDateName of th...

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    35E. VISE GROUP 43M otion Jaw G roup11209 06 010 Part C odeD IN 7168C hangesDraw ing No:Nam eDateKARMETALKAR M ETALNo. of PartR oughThinMiddleDescriptionQ.tyD im ensions07 06 000D esigned byApprovaled byC ontrolled byNam eM.KAR01.01.2006SignatureM.MELETLIDate V ise G roupN am e of the Par...

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    36 E1. MOTION JAW GROUP

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    37 E2. FIXED JAW GROUP 1282722624BearingBoltSwitch AlertBolt11Connection Plate6x6x144Ø55x27641716415214Pin132121110Gear(45 mm)93876543Fixed Jaw Skeleton11207 06 200Pulley418Bolt19202122Bearing 232Bolt24Connection Plate25120x80x2771113Oil Depot38Washer06 463 Part Code DIN 7168 ChangesD...

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    38 E3. FEEDER GEARBOX GROUP BoltBolt09 06 2041Plate06 176Washer 09 06 209 1GearedCompletePlate109 06 600Ø30x13706 31841561413121106 336410Bolt902 01218707 06 30165402 00313GearboxPlate11214 06 300Mile1FlangePlate109 06 3028x8x7302 006Motor11206 20106 200Bolt2 Part Code DIN 7168 Ch...

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    39F. GEARBOX GROUP 11456712G earbox G roup938M 16x401111Ø 60x1009 08 1004M 12x60 4294M12 Part C odeDIN 7168 C hangesD raw ing N o:Nam eDateKARMETALKAR M ETALNo. of PartRoughThinMiddleD escriptionQ .tyD im ensions07 08 000D esigned byApprovaled byC ontrolled byNam eM.KAR15.01.2007SignatureM...

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    40G. HYDROMECHANIC BAND STRETCHING GROUP 01170x70x9009 10 1 00Ø 50x8210203041Ø 70x40051Ø 55x20061Ø 35x22071Ø22x278081Ø35x53091011121314151617H yd. B and Stretching S keletonPistonH yd. Stretching PartProtectorH yd. Stretching M ile P artH yd. Stretching M ileNut1806 10319Pin2007 10 000 ...

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    41H. HYDRAULIC GROUP 12707 12 000Hydraulic Group Part Code DIN 7168 ChangesDrawing NoNameDateKARMETALKAR METALNo of PartKabaİnceOrtaDescriptionQ.tyDimensionDesigned byApprovaled byControlled byName M.KAR10.04.2007SignatureM.MELETLIDateName of the PartDrawn byH.URGANUsed in350 OSAKMT-Tezga...

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    42 H1. BODY REMOVAL PİSTON 06 065121217204 07421SegmentFelt1610Ø65x31,7Piston Felt Part112314151Ø75x5061Ø28x184 7181011112111309 12 10109 12 10309 12 10704 01006 173 06 074Bedding PartConnection PinTop CoverMilePiston SkeletonConnectorWasher06 08521SpringJoint FrameBolt1011507 12 100Body ...

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    43 H2. HYDRAULIC UNIT

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    44I. COOLANT GROUP 07 04500Hose20.01.2007H.UR G A NM.M E LE TLI432101 10702 01804 044 P art C odeD IN 7168 C hangesD raw ing N o:Nam eDateKARMETALKAR M ETALNo. of PartRoughThinM iddleD escriptionQ .tyD escription09 05 000D esigned byA pprovaled byC ontrolled byNam eM.K ARS ignatureDateN a...

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    45J. BANDSAW GUIDE GROUP Band Pressing Arm209.15.60006 15 100 1Holding Arm Right Part1234562718910111213415Band Protection Plate09.15.500Brush06.126BoltM 8x40 1918171620212BoltM6x1607 15 000Bandsaw Guide Group Part CodeDIN 7168 ChangesDrawing NoNameDateKARMETALKAR METALNo of PartKabaİnceO...

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    46K. ELECTRICITY GROUP 07 09 000 E lectricity G roup P art C ode DIN 7168 C hangesDraw ing N oNam eDateKARMETALKAR M E TA LNo.of PartRoughThinM iddleDescriptionQ .tyDim ensionD esigned byA pprovaled byC ontrolled byNam eM .KAR10.04.2007SignatureM.M E LETLIDateN am e of the P artD raw n by...

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    47 K1. ELECTRICITY DRAWING

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    48L.SPRING GROUP 0502010406S pring G roup 10.04.2007107 16 10023456706 05907 16 000 P art C ode DIN 7168 ChangesD raw ing N oNam eDateKARMETALKAR M ETALNo of PartR oughThinMiddleDescriptionQ .tyD im ensionD esigned byA pprovaled byC ontrolled byNameM.K ARS ignatureM.MELETLIDateN am e o...

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    49M.BAND TENSION GROUP Ø12x72M 10x25M 6x12Bolt11115101811PinBolt06 064 M12x401M 12 1BoltNut21M 5x10 4Bolt1161Switch 09 11 1001Tension Haunt193451420717 92282 GÖVDE4M 8x60BoltØ60x7106 533M 3x20 2BoltM 8x25 Bolt1Gear Tension MileNutTension GearWasherBearingWasherProtection PlatesTension Plate...

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    50 POSITION OF THE ELECTRO VARIATOR

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    51OPERATOR’S CONTROL PANEL CONTROL PANELVERTICAL CUTTING SPEEDEMERGENCY STOPMAIN SWITCHELECTRICAL WARNING LAMPVISE PRESSURE ADJUSTVISE MANOMETER The functions of the instruments on the operator’s control panel are described below. 1-Main Switch : When the machine is conn...

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    52CHAPTER 4.MACHINE DIMENSIONS AND TRANSPORT MACHINE MACHINE DIMENSIONS TRANSPORT If the machine has to be shifted in its own packing, use a forklift truck.

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    53MINUMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PREMISES HOUSING THE MACHINE  Mains voltage and frequency complying with the machine motor characteristics.  Environment temperature from -10° C to 50° C.  Relative humidity is %5 to %90. CHAPTER 5. START-UP AND CUTTING CYCLE 1) Place the b...

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    54CHAPTER 6. MAINTENANCE Routine maintenance jobs are listed below, divided into daily, weekly, monthly and six-monthly intervals. If the following operations are neglected, the result will be premature wear of the machine and poor performance. 1. DAILY MAINTENANCE  Clean the accumulate...

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    55CHAPTER 7. TROUBLESHOOTING FAULTS, DIAGNOSIS and THE POSSIBLE REMEDIES Problem 1. CUTS OFF THE STRAIGHT Remedy :  Insufficient tension of the band saw.  Ineffective gripping of the part.  Use more wide pitched band saw.  Decrease the advance speed.  A proble...

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    56CHAPTER 8. DISMANTLING If the machine is to be scrapped, divide the material to be disposed of according to type and composition, as fallows : a. Cast iron or ferrous materials, composed of metal alone, are secondary raw materials, so they may be taken to an iron foundry for re-smelting a...

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    57ASSEMBLY OF TRIPOD

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