Watkiss PowerSquare 224 User Manual

Summary of PowerSquare 224

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    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual offline model english, issue 5, june 2013.

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    © watkiss automation limited 2013 all rights reserved. Reproduction, adaptation, or translation without prior written permission is prohibited, except as allowed under the copyright laws. Warranty the information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. Watkiss automa- tion li...

  • Page 3: Table of Contents

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual i 1. Introduction to the watkiss powersquare™224 . . . . . . . 1 description of the powersquare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2. How to run the powersquare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

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    Ii watkiss powersquare™224 user manual adjust the book stacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 unload the book stacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 move the book stacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 5. Error c...

  • Page 5: Introduction to The Watkiss

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 1 chapter 1 introduction to the watkiss powersquare™224 thank you for choosing the watkiss powersquare™224. Your manual the watkiss powersquare™224 user manual describes how to do these tasks. • operate the watkiss powersquare™224 • find and correct error conditio...

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    1 - introduction to the watkiss powersquare™224 - description of the powersquare 2 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual installation your powersquare must be installed by a watkiss service engineer. Special knowledge is needed to install the machine. Caution: only connect the machine to a mains power...

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    1 - introduction to the watkiss powersquare™224 - description of the powersquare watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 3 operator side of the powersquare component - function table figure 1. Operator side of the powersquare. Stacker gathering area user interface powersquare figure 2. Book stacker (opt...

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    1 - introduction to the watkiss powersquare™224 - description of the powersquare 4 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual right hand side of the powersquare component - function table stitch wire cabinet trim bin figure 3. Right hand side of the powersquare. Component function the stitch wire cabinet t...

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    1 - introduction to the watkiss powersquare™224 - description of the powersquare watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 5 the rear panel of the powersquare component - function table figure 4. The rear panel of the powersquare. Rating and serial label mains power on/off switch fuses mains power input c...

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    1 - introduction to the watkiss powersquare™224 - description of the powersquare 6 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual the input panel of the book stacker component - function table figure 5. The input panel of the book stacker. 1 2 3 4 5 no. Component function 1 rating and serial label the rating l...

  • Page 11: How to Run The Powersquare

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 7 chapter 2 how to run the powersquare introduction this chapter gives information on how to run a job on the powersquare. Information about the user interface is included in “the user interface” on page 13. Information about standard procedures, for example openi...

  • Page 12: Before You Begin

    2 - how to run the powersquare - before you begin 8 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual before you begin paper and book quality instructions • the size of paper and the thickness of the set must be measured. • measure the size of the printed paper. The paper dimension changes when the paper is print...

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    2 - how to run the powersquare - enter the job settings watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 9 before you begin procedure for a new job step action information 1 take a complete set, that is to be made into a book. 2 measure the sheet size and the set thickness. Measure the set accurately. To make an...

  • Page 14: Adjust The Stacker

    2 - how to run the powersquare - adjust the stacker 10 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual procedure for a saved job 1. Touch load & save . 2. Touch the job name or use the up arrow and the down arrow to select the job. 3. Touch load . 4. Wait until the powersquare is ready. Adjust the stacker stack...

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    2 - how to run the powersquare - run the job watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 11 2. Put the set in the gathering area, with the middle pages of the book face up. 3. Remove your hands from the gathering area. The shuttle moves the set to the stitching area and the book is made. Do not put your han...

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    2 - how to run the powersquare - run the job 12 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual.

  • Page 17: The User Interface

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 13 chapter 3 the user interface the user interface includes a colour touch screen and start/stop buttons. The touch screen introduction operate the touch screen with a fingertip. You can touch the screen with a blunt item, for example a palm-top ‘wand’ or the blun...

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    3 - the user interface - the touch screen 14 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual some functions and buttons are only available at certain access levels. See “access level” on page 24. Power save the touch screen has a power-save function. After several minutes without use, the brightness of the touc...

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    3 - the user interface - the touch screen watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 15 component - function table no. Component function 1 window tabs the touch screen buttons are divided into groups that have connected functions. Each group of buttons has a separate window. Touch the correct tab to selec...

  • Page 20: The Job Mimic

    3 - the user interface - the job mimic 16 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual the job mimic the job mimic shows the current machine status. Figure 8. The job mimic no. Icon information 1 paper size the following items are shown • the size of paper • the format of the paper in the gathering area • th...

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    3 - the user interface - the job mimic watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 17 4 form the number of forms is shown. If the pressure is adjusted, the setting is shown in brackets. A red x shows that the form function is not active. 5 trim the trim setting is displayed. A red x shows that the trim func...

  • Page 22: The Basic Window

    3 - the user interface - the basic window 18 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual the basic window the basic window gives you access to frequently-changed machine set- tings. The basic window buttons button information paper size measure the accurate size of the printed paper before you make a book. ...

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    3 - the user interface - the basic window watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 19 - number touch number to select how many times the form roller proc- esses the spine. The available options are 1, 2, 3 or 4. An increase in number increases the time taken to form the spine and can decrease the product...

  • Page 24: The Load & Save Window

    3 - the user interface - the load & save window 20 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual the load & save window the load & save window lets you save and reload job settings. Each job is given a name. The jobs are displayed in a list on the screen. Touch the job name or use the up arrow or down arrow t...

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    3 - the user interface - the load & save window watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 21 view of job list view of job list changes the order that saved jobs are listed. There is a line between factory template jobs and jobs saved by the operator. The factory template jobs are at the top of the list - ...

  • Page 26: The Advanced Window

    3 - the user interface - the advanced window 22 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual the advanced window the advanced window gives you access to special machine functions. The advanced window buttons button information re-ref if the machine calibration appears incorrect or if an ‘axis mov- ing’ error...

  • Page 27: The Configure Window

    3 - the user interface - the configure window watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 23 the configure window the configure window lets you make changes to the configuration of the machine. Some functions and buttons are only available at certain access levels, see “access level” on page 24. The configu...

  • Page 28: The Menu Window

    3 - the user interface - the menu window 24 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual the menu window menu shows the settings that are not changed during day-to-day operation. These settings include • change the access level • change the display language • advanced machine settings that are accessed by a ...

  • Page 29: Standard Tasks

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 25 chapter 4 standard tasks introduction this chapter describes the standard tasks that are needed in the day-to-day operation of your powersquare..

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    4 - standard tasks - load and save the job settings 26 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual load and save the job settings introduction the current job settings can be saved to the memory and reloaded for use again at a later date. Load the ‘default job template’ to reset the powersquare to normal se...

  • Page 31: Adjust The Stitch Pitch

    4 - standard tasks - adjust the stitch pitch watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 27 adjust the stitch pitch introduction the stitch pitch is the space between the stitches. The machine automatically calculates the stitch pitch according to the size of the paper and the number of stitches. The stitch...

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    4 - standard tasks - open and close the folder cover 28 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual open and close the folder cover when to do if a machine error occurs, or for maintenance. • to access the stitch area • to access the folder area note the folder cover has an interlock switch. The powersquare...

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    4 - standard tasks - lift and lower the clincher frame watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 29 lift and lower the clincher frame when to do if a machine error occurs, or for maintenance. • to clear a paper jam in the stitch area • to unlock the powersquare main deck lift the clincher frame 1. Open th...

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    4 - standard tasks - lift the powersquare main deck 30 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual lift the powersquare main deck when to do if a machine error occurs, or for maintenance. • to access the stitch head • to access the former area • to access the trim area caution: do not lift the main deck if ...

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    4 - standard tasks - lift the powersquare main deck watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 31 2 lift the clincher frame. See “lift the clincher frame” on page 29. 3 lift the powersquare main deck. The main deck lifts to approximately 60°. The weight of the main deck is supported by a gas strut. Let the...

  • Page 36: Empty The Trim Bin

    4 - standard tasks - empty the trim bin 32 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual empty the trim bin when to do • an error message check the trim bin is displayed on the touch screen when the trim bin is full. • you can empty the trim bin when you choose. For example, before you start a new job. Proced...

  • Page 37: Open The Stitch-Wire Cabinet

    4 - standard tasks - open the stitch-wire cabinet watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 33 open the stitch-wire cabinet when to do • to see if the stitch-wire is jammed or finished. An error message is displayed on the touch screen when the stitch-wire is jammed or finished. • to install a new stitch-...

  • Page 38: Adjust The Stacker

    4 - standard tasks - adjust the stacker 34 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual adjust the stacker the stacker must be adjusted according to book thickness and book size. When to do • when you start a new job • if the books do not stack correctly procedure these settings are recommendations. The sett...

  • Page 39: Adjust The Book Stacker

    4 - standard tasks - adjust the book stacker watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 35 adjust the book stacker procedure 1. Before you use the book stacker, make sure the book support is pushed completely to the left. There is no need to empty the book stacker until the stacker is full. 2. If you are m...

  • Page 40: Unload The Book Stacker

    4 - standard tasks - unload the book stacker 36 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual unload the book stacker procedure 1. If required, insert the book divider so that the stack does not slip while you unload the books. 2. Remove the books. 3. Push the book support completely to the left (see figure 1...

  • Page 41: Move The Book Stacker

    4 - standard tasks - move the book stacker watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 37 move the book stacker the book stacker locks in position onto the powersquare. The docking latch is released by a foot pedal. When to do • to access the mains on/off switch • to replace the mains input fuses procedure ...

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    4 - standard tasks - move the book stacker 38 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual.

  • Page 43: Error Conditions, Problems

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 39 chapter 5 error conditions, problems and solutions this chapter describes how to correct problems that can occur on your powersquare. If a problem continues, contact your watkiss service engineer. Powersquare error if a paper jam or other error occurs in the po...

  • Page 44: General Problems

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - general problems 40 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual general problems the powersquare does not start the touch screen does not work is the touch screen illuminated? No yes are error messages displayed on the touch screen? No yes see “message list” on...

  • Page 45: Book Quality Problems

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 41 book quality problems paper size and book quality instructions • careful measurement of the paper size and set thickness is important. • to make an accurate book you must enter accurate paper ...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems 42 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual untidy book problem • the finished book is not tidy • the sheets are not aligned • the book is not folded squarely. Are the covers of the books and the insides of the books made from the same ...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 43 spine form problems correct spine-form incorrect spine-form. The square spine is part formed or not formed. Incorrect spine-form. The spine is over-formed and the book is damaged. Is the spine...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems 44 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual stitching problems - the book is not stitched further action is not needed. Run a standard job using 80gsm/20# bond paper. Does the problem continue? Yes no the problem is caused by the cover ...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 45 is the number of stitches set between 1 and 6? Yes no select stitches 1 - 6. See “stitches” on page 18. Check the stitch-wire spool. Is there stitch-wire present? Yes no load a new stitch-wire...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems 46 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual stitching problems - the book is badly stitched a correctly formed stitch: • has equal leg length • has straight legs • the distance between the ends of the stitch legs is approximately 1mm, t...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 47 trimming problem - the book is not trimmed is the trim option turned off? No yes turn on the trim option. Is auto turned off in the trim window? No yes set trim to auto . Does the problem cont...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems 48 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual trimming problem - the book is not trimmed to the correct size trimming problem - the book is not trimmed square is trim turned on? Yes no turn on the trim . Make sure the size is not larger t...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 49 trimming problem - poor trim quality the trim process uses a double-edge blade to cut thick books. This can leave a small mark in the centre of the trimmed edge. The visibility of this mark wi...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems 50 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual dirty marks on book are there dirty marks on the spine? No yes clean the former roller. See “clean the former roller” on page 77. Are there grease or oil spots on the spine of the book? No yes...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - book quality problems watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 51 damaged book are there damage marks on the cover of the book near to the spine, from the form clamp, that are worse than the normal witness mark? No yes run a standard job using 80gsm/20# bond...

  • Page 56: Message List

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - message list 52 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual message list information and error messages are shown in the message list. The error messages are shown in order of priority. Follow the action needed for the messages, starting with the message at the...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - message list watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 53 endlay axis moving the endlay axis (size adjustment) is moving. This message clears when the adjustment is complete. If the message does not clear, touch advanced > re-ref . Endlay - no comms use the m...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - message list 54 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual fold blade not parked open the folder cover, remove the paper, close the folder cover. Touch start , then follow the instructions on the screen. Fold - no comms use the mains on/off switch. Turn the ma...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - message list watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 55 jam at stacker outfeed there is a jam in the stacker out- feed or there are paper-trimmings in the stacker outfeed. Remove the books from the stacker out- feed. Check for paper-trimmings and remove the...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - message list 56 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual operator mainte- nance the machine needs routine main- tenance by the operator. See “operator maintenance” on page 75. Reboot the machine use the mains on/off switch. Turn the machine off, then turn th...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - message list watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 57 stitch axis moving the stitch axis is moving. This message clears when the adjust- ment is complete. If the message does not clear, touch advanced > re-ref . Stitch length will change soon the stitch l...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - message list 58 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual trim axis moving the trim axis (size adjustment) is moving. This message clears when the adjustment is complete. If the message does not clear, touch advanced > re-ref . Trim bin open the trim bin is n...

  • Page 63: Paper Jams

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - paper jams watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 59 paper jams jam in the stitch area jam in the folder or former area 1. Open the folder cover. 2. Remove the jammed paper. If you cannot see the paper in the former area, see “jam in the trim area” on page...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - paper jams 60 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual jam before the trimmer the error message jam before trimmer is displayed. This error can be • a book jammed before the trimmer • a piece of paper trimming has covered the jam sensor trimmer infeed convey...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - paper jams watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 61 3 loosen the trimmer infeed conveyor. The procedure can be seen from the top of the machine. See figure 25. Access to the parts is through the former clamp mechanism. See figure 26. Hold the shaft and pu...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - paper jams 62 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual jam in the trim area step action information 1 remove the trim bin. 2 open the trim stop guard. See figure 27. Loosen the 2 orange plastic hand screws to release the locking plates. The locking plates ca...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - paper jams watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 63 jam at stacker infeed (book stacker) the error message jam at stacker infeed is displayed. This means a book is covering the sensor at the book stacker infeed. 1. Remove the book. 2. If you are making th...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - paper jams 64 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual jam at stacker outfeed (book stacker) the error message jam at stacker outfeed is displayed. This means a book or some paper-trimmings are covering the sensor at the book stacker outfeed. If the stacker ...

  • Page 69: Clear A Stitch-Wire Jam

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - clear a stitch-wire jam watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 65 clear a stitch-wire jam before you begin lift the powersquare main deck. See “lift the powersquare main deck” on page 25. Top location of middle wire tube middle wire tube metal spring clip ...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - clear a stitch-wire jam 66 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual clear the jammed wire step action information 1 cut the stitch-wire at position ‘a’, approximately 50mm (2-inches) from where the stitch-wire leaves the stitch-wire guide. 2 cut the stitch-w...

  • Page 71: Clear A Stitch Head Jam

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - clear a stitch head jam watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 67 clear a stitch head jam when to do the error message jam in stitch head is displayed. This may be caused by • the set thickness setting is incorrect • the stitch head is jammed by broken wir...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - clear a stitch head jam 68 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual procedure 2 tools and materials: • klüber isoflex nbu15 grease, 50g. Part number 951-095 • air duster. Supplied with the machine. • wire cutters. Supplied with the machine. • flat blade scre...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - clear a stitch head jam watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 69 step action information 1 lift the powersquare main deck. See “lift the powersquare main deck” on page 30. 2 remove the wire-holder from the stitch head. • move the wire-holder retaining spr...

  • Page 74: Calibrate The Touch Screen

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - calibrate the touch screen 70 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual calibrate the touch screen when to do calibrate the touch screen if the buttons do not operate or the buttons do not operate correctly caution: use a pencil, the blunt end of a pen or a p...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - change the fuses - book stacker watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 71 change the fuses - book stacker introduction the book stacker has two fuses at the power input connector. See figure 5 on page 6. If either fuse is broken, the book stacker will not ...

  • Page 76: Manually Park The Shuttle

    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - manually park the shuttle 72 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual manually park the shuttle when to do the error messages manually park shuttle and shuttle not parked are displayed. Illustrations figure 55. Shuttle assembly position - correct a b c figur...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - manually park the shuttle watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 73 procedure result the error message manually park shuttle is cleared from the screen. The shuttle axis re-references and the message shuttle axis moving is displayed. When the message list ...

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    5 - error conditions, problems and solutions - manually park the shuttle 74 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual.

  • Page 79: Maintenance

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 75 chapter 6 maintenance service interval • the powersquare needs service every four months. • after every one-million stitches, the stitch head needs service. This interval is every 3rd spool of stitch-wire. Only a watkiss service engineer can service the powersq...

  • Page 80: Clean The Powersquare

    6 - maintenance - clean the powersquare 76 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual operator maintenance plan clean the powersquare introduction clean the powersquare every week to remove surface dust. Caution: only clean the machine with materials that are recommended in this manual. Do not use other ch...

  • Page 81: Clean The Former Roller

    6 - maintenance - clean the former roller watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 77 clean the former roller when to do • when the message operator maintenance is displayed on the screen. • clean the former roller if the spines of the books are dirty. Ink and toner can collect on the former roller. Mate...

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    6 - maintenance - clean the polyurethane strips in the form clamp 78 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual clean the polyurethane strips in the form clamp when to do • when the message operator maintenance is displayed on the screen. • clean the polyurethane strips in the form clamp if there are dirty...

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    6 - maintenance - clean the polyurethane strips in the form clamp watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 79 procedure step action information 1 open the folder cover 2 use an alcohol wipe, or apply a small amount of alcohol to a lint free cloth. Wear protective gloves when you use the alcohol wipe. 3 r...

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    6 - maintenance - clean the trimmings-removal fingers 80 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual clean the trimmings-removal fingers when to do • when the message operator maintenance is displayed on the screen. • clean the trimmings-removal fingers if there are small, dirty marks on the book. Ink and t...

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    6 - maintenance - clean the trimmings-removal fingers watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 81 procedure step action information 1 lift the powersquare main deck. See “lift the powersquare main deck” on page 30. 2 remove the trim bin. 3 clean the four visible trimmings- removal fingers with an alcohol...

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    6 - maintenance - clean excess grease from the stitch head 82 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual clean excess grease from the stitch head when to do • when the message operator maintenance is displayed on the screen. • clean excess grease from the stitch head if there are grease marks around the st...

  • Page 87: Lubricate The Stitch Head

    6 - maintenance - lubricate the stitch head watkiss powersquare™224 user manual lubricate the stitch head when to do • when the message operator maintenance is displayed on the screen. • when a new stitch-wire is installed if this interval is shorter. Materials needed • klüber isoflex nbu15 grease, ...

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    6 - maintenance - lubricate the stitch head 84 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 4 on the user interface, touch advanced > stitcher up > stitcher up the folder cover must be closed. This action moves the stitch head to the correct position for lubrication. 5 lift the powersquare main deck. See “li...

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    6 - maintenance - lubricate the stitch head watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 85 apply the grease to the driver bar 20mm driver bar figure 45. Driver bar driver apply grease here figure 46. Apply the grease to the driver bar start stop.

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    6 - maintenance - lubricate the stitch head 86 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual step action information 1 apply a thin line of grease from the tube, 20mm long, to the visible surface of the driver bar. The line of grease must be a maxi- mum of 0.5mm thick and as shown in figure 45. Note: apply th...

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    6 - maintenance - lubricate the stitch head watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 87 lubricate the wire-feed cam reset the operator maintenance counter 1. Touch menu . 2. Touch and hold reset . A red line appears. The red line fills from left to right. Hold reset until the red line reaches the right-h...

  • Page 92: Install New Stitch-Wire

    6 - maintenance - install new stitch-wire watkiss powersquare™224 user manual install new stitch-wire introduction only use stitch-wire that is approved by your supplier. Stitch-wire that is not approved by your supplier can cause bad performance and cancels the war- ranty. Stitch-wire description •...

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    6 - maintenance - install new stitch-wire watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 89 fit a new stitch-wire spool step action information 1 open the stitch-wire cabinet. 2 remove the stitch-wire cap and finished stitch-wire spool. 3 fit a new stitch-wire spool. 4 fit the stitch-wire cap. 5 loosen the end...

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    6 - maintenance - install new stitch-wire 90 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual install the stitch-wire into the stitch head step action information 1 pull the stitch-wire from the end of the stitch-wire guide. 2 make sure the stitch-wire runs behind the gas-strut. 3 feed the end of the stitch-wire...

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    6 - maintenance - install new stitch-wire watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 91 close the powersquare feed the stitch-wire step action information 1 close the stitch wire cabinet. 2 lower the powersquare main deck. 3 lower the clincher frame. See “lower the clincher frame” on page 29. 4 close the f...

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    6 - maintenance - clear paper from the trim stop 92 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual clear paper from the trim stop when to do • clear paper from the trim stop if the books are not trimmed square. If paper trimmings collect on the trim stop, the books are not trimmed square. Figure 49. Trim stop ...

  • Page 97: Specifications

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 93 chapter 7 specifications operating conditions 10-35°c 35-85% relative humidity up to 2000m above mean sea level production minimum set time: 4. 2 seconds maximum set time: 12.5 seconds stock sizes minimum input size: 120 x 200mm maximum input size: 370 x 520mm ...

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    7 - specifications - 94 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual fore-edge trimming maximum fore-edge trim: 28mm minimum trimmed book size: 78mm stacker capacity standard stacker: 35 books* book stacker (optional): 930mm paper input requirements input sheets must be of consistent size and cut square. Mac...

  • Page 99: Declaration of Conformity

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 95 chapter 8 declaration of conformity (according to iso/iec 17050-1) name of manufacturer: watkiss automation limited address of manufacturer: watkiss house blaydon road sandy, bedfordshire sg19 1rz united kingdom declares that the product: name of product: • wat...

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    8 - declaration of conformity - 96 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual rohs: 2011/65/ec council directive weee: 2002/96/ec council directive amended by 2008/34/ec and 2008/35/ec reach: regulation (ec) no. 1907/2006 m c watkiss technical director, watkiss automation ltd. 21 may 2013.

  • Page 101: Appendix

    Watkiss powersquare™224 user manual 97 appendix image creep about image creep when a stack of paper is folded to make a booklet, the thickness of the paper causes a progressive image movement between the inner-most and outer-most pages. This is called creep. To keep the image in the same place on ea...

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    - - image creep 98 watkiss powersquare™224 user manual calculating creep adjustment 1. Measure the thickness of the set, before booklet-making. (i.E. The number of sheets of paper multiplied by the thickness of the paper) 2. The spine thickness of the finished booklet is two times the set thickness ...

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