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F-60 Operation and Maintenance Manual
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DO NOT ATTEMPT TO OPERATE YOUR
ORCA-IV VINYL TRANSFER MACHINE
UNTIL YOU HAVE READ THIS SECTION
CAREFULLY!
Your safety, as well as the safety of others, is important
to GBC Pro-Tech. This section contains important
safety information.
The following symbols are used throughout this man-
ual to indicate warnings and cautions.
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in minor or
moderate injury, or alerts against unsafe
practices, or alerts against actions which could
damage the product.
© GBC Pro-Tech 1998 July
DANGER
WARNING
CAUTION
The F-60 Laminator has been designed with safety as a
primary consideration. However, you must become
thoroughly familiar with the controls, proper operation,
proper service procedures, and safety features of the
laminator before using or servicing the unit.
GBC Pro-Tech F-60 Laminator is a powerful machine
that is designed to mount, laminate and encapsulate.
The forces required to accomplish these tasks can vary
from negligible to very large.
In addition, the laminating roll of the F-60 can reach
temperatures of 270 F (132 C). At these temperatures
there is a danger of a severe burn if the roll is touched
during set-up, operation or servicing.
Safety is an important feature of the F-60 Laminator. It
has emergency stop buttons and a mechanical guard
system on the infeed. In addition, the pull rolls are con-
tained in an enclosure to prevent injury.
The laminator is equipped with four emergency stop
buttons located on the top front and back of either side
of the laminator. Any of these, if engaged, stops the
laminator. To continue operation all emergency stop
buttons must be in the up position and you must press
the reset button above the fuse panel on the back of the
laminator (see Figure 1-2). The laminator is also
equipped with a power lockout (see Figure 1-3) which
stops power to the machine.
Push either
button to stop the
laminator
Figure 1-1: Using the Emergency Stop Buttons
Twist pressed
button to resume
operation - the
button pops up
1-1
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