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CE5000 Series
CUTTING PLOTTER
SERVICE MANUAL
MANUAL NO. CE5000-UM-251
CE5000-UM-251-09-9370

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    CE5000 Series CUTTING PLOTTER SERVICE MANUAL MANUAL NO. CE5000-UM-251 CE5000-UM-251-09-9370...

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    HISTORY OF REVISIONS No. Date issued Description of revision Page Edition 06.07.06 First Printing 06.09.13 Information for the 9e60p was added. 10-1,10-12 06.09.13 Part list for the steel stand ST0068 was added. 10-9 06.09.13 Part number for the main board of the CE5000-40 was corrected. 4-1,10-1 06.09.26 Procedure of upgrading the system firmware was corrected.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION ..............1-1 1.1 Main Specifications ....................1-1 1.2 External Dimensions ....................1-3 2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS ..........2-1 2.1 Parts Names and Functions ..................2-1 2.2 Assembling the Stand ....................2-5 2.3 Attaching the Basket (CE5000-60/120: Optional) ............ 2-12 3.

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    6.2.2 How to Replace the Push Roller ....................6-11 6.2.3 How to Replace the Push Roller Arm ..................6-12 6.2.4 How to Replace the Cam Sensor Board ................... 6-14 6.2.5 How to Replace the Pen Block ....................6-15 6.2.6 How to Replace the Push Roller Sensor ................... 6-17 6.2.7 How to Replace the Y-relay Board ...................

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    SERVICE MODES ..............8-1 8.1 Sensor Test Mode ......................8-1 8.2 Control Panel Membrane Switch Test Mode ..............8-2 8.3 Clear Setup Mode ......................8-3 9. TROUBLESHOOTING ............9-1 9.1 The Plotter is Turned On But Doesn’t Operate .............9-1 9.2 Media Loading Operations ..................9-2 9.3 Cutting Operations ....................9-3 10.

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    11.2.10 120-Relay Board Section .......................11-12 11.2.11 120-Pen Encoder Flexible Cable Section (PN5043-10) ............11-12 CE5000-UM-251-9370...

  • Page 7: Introduction

    1,487 x 744 x 1194 mm Weight Approx. 9.4 kg Approx. 25 kg Approx. 39.1 kg *1: Varies depending on the type of Graphtec-authorized film and the cutting conditions *2: HP-GL is a registered trademark of Hewlett-Packard Company. *3: Including the stand CE5000-UM-251-9370...

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    0.1 mm/°C, 0.3 mm/10% RH. *2: The precision specification is the precision that was obtained when Graphtec’s mylar film was used to measure the mechanical precision. Please note that as only fine quality pattern paper can be used with this device, the precision may differ slightly.

  • Page 9: External Dimensions

    1. INTRODUCTION 1.2 External Dimensions CE5000-40CRP Units: mm Dimensional accuracy: ±5 mm CE5000-60 Units: mm Dimensional accuracy: ±5 mm CE5000-UM-251-9370...

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    1. INTRODUCTION CE5000-120 1487 Units: mm Dimensional accuracy: ±5 mm CE5000-120AP 1487 1020 Units: mm Dimensional accuracy: ±5 mm CE5000-UM-251-9370...

  • Page 11: Parts Names And Functions

    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2.1 Parts Names and Functions Front View Cutting mat Pen carriage Grit roller Pen holder Media set lever Control panel Push rollers Serial (RS-232C) interface connector USB interface connector The above illustration is of the CE5000-120 model. Cutting mat : Cutting or plotting is performed on this mat.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Rear View Power switch AC power inlet Stock rollers Stoppers Stand The above illustration is of the CE5000-120 model. AC power inlet : Connects the power cord to the cutting plotter Power switch : Turns the power supply to the cutting plotter on or off Stand : Supports the cutting-plotter unit Stock rollers...

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Front View (CE5000-120AP) Cutter pen holder Pen holder Pen station Cutting mat Control panel Grit roller Pen carriage Media set lever Serial (RS-232C) interface connector interface connector Stopper Stock shaft Push rollers Cutting mat : Cutting or plotting is performed on this mat. Grit roller : Feeds the medium backward or forward.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Rear View (CE5000-120AP) Power switch AC power inlet Stand Basket Alignment shaft AC power inlet : Connects the power cord to the cutting plotter. Power switch : Turns the power supply to the cutting plotter on or off. Stand : Supports the cutting-plotter unit.

  • Page 15: Assembling The Stand

    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2.2 Assembling the Stand CE5000-60/120:Standard Stand Construction The stand is made up of the following parts. Stand feet (L/R) Stand side bar(L/R) Center bar CE5000-60 CE5000-60 CE5000-120 CE5000-60 CE5000-120 CE5000-120 Hexagonal socket bolt Hexagonal socket bolt Coin screw x 4 Allen wrench (M5) Allen wrench (M6)

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS (3) Loosely fasten the stand side bars (L/R) to the center bar with the hexagonal socket bolts (CE5000-60: M5, CE5000-120: M6), using the Allen wrench. CE5000-60 Center bar Center bar Hexagonal socket bolt (M6) Stand side bar Stand side bar Hexagonal socket bolt...

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS CE5000-120AP:Standard Stand Construction The stand is made up of the following parts. Stand side bar x 2 (L/R) Center bar x 1 Hexagonal socket bolt (M6) x 8 Allen wrench (M6) x 1 Stopper x 2 (L/R) Alignment shaft x 1 Stock shaft x 1 Basket Construction...

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS Stand Assembly Instructions (1) Fasten the center bar to the stand side bars (L/R) temporarily with the hexagonal socket bolts (M6), using the Allen wrench. ����� ���� ������ ��� ����� ���� ��� ��������� ������ ���� ���� (2) Fasten the sheet support pipe brackets to the stand tops with the hexagonal socket bolts (M6).

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS (3) Insert the sheet support pipes into the sheet support pipe brackets. Use the lower holes for the pipe that will be at the front of the cutting plotter, and the upper holes for the pipe that will be at the rear. Remove the tape from the ends of the pipes to expose the adhesive, and then fit the rubber caps on firmly.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS (5) Attach the media guide bracket to the underside of the front panel. Loosen the two decorative screws that are attached to the underside of the front panel (one on each side) by two or three turns, slot the bracket in, and then tighten the screws.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS (8) Pull out the sheet support pipes, and attach the sheet to them. Pass the sheet over the center bar, and fasten the ends to the support pipes using the press-studs. Sheet support pipe Pass over the center bar Press-stud Side view Sheet...

  • Page 22: Attaching The Basket (ce5000-60/120: Optional)

    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS 2.3 Attaching the Basket (CE5000-60/120: Optional) Basket Construction The basket is made up of the following parts. Sheet support pipe Sheet Hexagonal socket bolts (M6) x 4 Basket Assembly Instructions (1) Detach the four coin screws or hexagonal socket bolts (M6), and separate the cutting plotter from the stand.

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    2. PARTS NAMES and FUNCTIONS (3) Mount the CE5000 cutting plotter on the stand by inserting the positioning pins on the stand into the positioning holes on the underside of the cutting plotter. Fasten using the four coin screws or hexagonal socket bolts (M6).

  • Page 25: Operations

    3. OPERATIONS 3. OPERATIONS 3.1 Control Panel Indicator Lamp STATUS ..Illuminates while the power to the cutting plotter is turned on, and goes out when the cutting plotter is in PAUSE status. This lamp flashes when data is being received from an interface, regardless of whether or not the cutting plotter is in PAUSE status.

  • Page 26: Menu List

    Pressing the (PAUSE) key in READY mode displays the PAUSE menu, enabling the various settings to be made. Select the required menu by scrolling through the list using the (NEXT) and (PREV.) keys. CE5000-40CRP M O V E T O R . M A R K...

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    3. OPERATIONS CE5000-60/120 M O V E T O R . M A R K F E E D The Registration Mark Sensor function is an option. A U T O P R E F E E D M A R K M O D E T A N G E N T I A L M A R K P O S I T I O N A U T O R E G .

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    3. OPERATIONS CE5000-120AP � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �...

  • Page 29: Description Of Special Functions A

    3. OPERATIONS 3.3 Description of Special Functions A The cutting plotter is provided with the special functions described below. These functions are specified only in special situations, and are not normally used. (1) Turn on the cutting plotter while holding down the key.

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    3. OPERATIONS ¡Enabling/Disabling the “:” and “;” Commands (when the COMMAND setting is GP-GL) This function enables or disables the “:” and “;” commands when the COMMAND setting is GP-GL. If the first part of the data is lost, these commands may be having an adverse effect. In this case, set this function to DISABLED (the default setting is ENABLED).

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    3. OPERATIONS ¡Enabling/Disabling PEN UP MOVE This function sets whether the pen will travel to each point specified or only from the initially specified point to the last specified point when consecutive commands are received specifying pen movement while it is raised. When ON is selected, the pen travels consecutively to each coordinate specified by the data received.

  • Page 32: Description Of Special Functions B

    3. OPERATIONS 3.4 Description of Special Functions B These functions are specified only in the special situations described below, and are not normally used. ¡Display Language Setting (MENU LANGUAGE SELECTION) This function sets the language used on the display. One of six languages can be selected: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, or Japanese.

  • Page 33: Recommended Parts List

    – – 621153202 Y Belt 120 – – 791230710 Y Drive Pulley 792130700 Main Board CE5000-60/120 – – CE5000-60/120 792130713 Main Board CE5000-40CRP – – – CE5000-40CRP 792130715 Main Board CE5000-120AP – – – CE5000-120AP 682900551 Fan, KLDC24Z4-913A 692132330 Y Flexible Cable 40/60 –...

  • Page 35: List Of Tools

    5. LIST OF TOOLS 5. LIST OF TOOLS 5.1 Tools Adjustment Item Tool 1 Pen force adjustment Cutter pen holder (CB09) Colex gauge (50,300,500 gf) 2 Distance adjustment Glass scale 3 Pen block height adjustment 10 mm height block 4 Firmware update PC, USB I/F cable 5 X-drive belt tension adjustment Push-pull gauge (2 kg)

  • Page 37: Disassembly And Reassembly

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1 Exterior Parts 6.1.1 How to Replace the Right Side Cover How to detach the right side cover (1) Remove the three M4L6 binding head screws from the right side cover. Note: Hold the right side cover after you have detached the screws; there is a flexible cable inside the cover. (2) Disconnect the flexible cable which is connected to the control panel relay board.

  • Page 38: How To Replace The Center Cover (ce5000-40/60)

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1.3 How to Replace the Center Cover (CE5000-40/60) How to detach the center cover (1) Remove the two M3L6 TP head screws from the center cover. M3L6 TP head screw M4L6 binding head screw Center cover Left side cover Right side cover M4L6 binding...

  • Page 39: How To Replace The Center Cover (ce5000-120/120ap)

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1.4 How to Replace the Center Cover (CE5000-120/120AP) How to detach the center cover (1) Remove the three M3L6 TP head screws from the center cover. M3L6 TP head screw Center cover Right side cover Left side cover How to reinstall the center cover (1) Mount the center cover and fasten the three M3L6 TP head screws.

  • Page 40: How To Replace The Front Guide (ce5000-40/60)

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1.5 How to Replace the Front Guide (CE5000-40/60) How to detach the front guide (CE5000-60) (1) Remove the two M3L6 binding head screws from front guide 40. (2) Remove the M3L6 binding head screw from front guide 60. (3) Pull out the front guides to the front.

  • Page 41: How To Replace The Front Guide (ce5000-120/120ap)

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1.6 How to Replace the Front Guide (CE5000-120/120AP) There are two measuring tapes on the front guide of the CE5000-120. You have to attach new tapes after replacing the front guide. How to detach the front guide (CE5000-120/120AP) (1) Remove the three M3L6 TP head screws from front guide 120.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the front guide (CE5000-120) (1) Have ready two 250 mm-long measuring tapes when you replace the front guide. Front guide 120 Fold back a 30-mm length of tape at this edge. Make sure that a thick line is right on the edge. Affix approx.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY (4) Install the front guide as shown below. M3L6 TP head screw Hook the front guide notches onto these holders. Front guide notch Front guide (5) Slide in front guide 120 and hook the notches onto the main frame as shown in the above figure. (6) Fasten the three M3L6 TP head screws.

  • Page 44: How To Replace The Rear Guide

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.1.7 How to Replace the Rear Guide How to detach the rear guide (1) Remove the two M3L6 binding head screws from the rear guide. (Remove the three M3L6 binding head screws from the rear guide for the CE5000-120/120AP.) (2) Set the cam lever to the media hold position.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY (2) Fasten the two M3L6 binding head screws. (Fasten the three M3L6 binding head screws for the CE5000-120/120AP.) CE5000-UM-251-9370...

  • Page 46: Mechanical Parts

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2 Mechanical Parts 6.2.1 How to Replace the Front and Rear Media Sensors How to detach the front or rear media sensor (1) Detach the front or rear guide (Front guide: see Subsection 6.1.5 for CE5000-40 and 60, and Subsection 6.1.6 for CE5000-120/120AP;...

  • Page 47: How To Replace The Push Roller

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.2 How to Replace the Push Roller How to detach the push roller (1) Detach the right side of the E-ring from the push roller shaft. Push roller arm Push roller Push roller shaft E-ring (2) Detach the push roller shaft from the push roller arm from the left side. (3) Detach the push roller.

  • Page 48: How To Replace The Push Roller Arm

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.3 How to Replace the Push Roller Arm How to detach the push roller arm (1) Detach the right and left side covers (see Subsection 6.1.1 and Subsection 6.1.2). (2) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3 or 6.1.4). (3) Set the cam lever to the media release position.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY (7) Detach the right side cam shaft holder. Right cam shaft holder Cam shaft (8) Pull out the cam shaft from the right side. (9) Detach the push roller arm spring from the push roller arm. (10) Detach the E-ring from the push roller arm shaft.

  • Page 50: How To Replace The Cam Sensor Board

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.4 How to Replace the Cam Sensor Board How to detach the cam sensor board (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Disconnect the flexible cable from connector J701 on the cam sensor board. M3L6 binding head screw Cam sensor board (3) Remove the M3L6 binding head screw attaching the cam sensor board.

  • Page 51: How To Replace The Pen Block

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.5 How to Replace the Pen Block How to detach the pen block (1) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3 or 6.1.4). (2) Loosen the M3L6 binding head screw attaching the pen block cover. J503 M3L6 binding screw M2L5 binding screw Y-relay board...

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY (6) Remove the two M4L6 binding head screws attaching the pen block. M4L6 binding head screw Pen block How to reinstall the pen block (1) Attach the pen block to the Y-slider. a gap of 10 mm (2) Fasten the two M4L6 binding head screws to attach the pen block so that there is (CE5000-120AP: 11.5 mm) between the bottom of the pen block and the cutting mat.

  • Page 53: How To Replace The Push Roller Sensor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.6 How to Replace the Push Roller Sensor How to detach the push roller sensor (1) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3 or 6.1.4). (2) Detach the pen block (see Subsection 6.2.5). (3) Disconnect the push roller sensor fl exible cable from the Y-relay board. (4) Remove the push roller sensor fl...

  • Page 54: How To Replace The Y-relay Board

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.7 How to Replace the Y-relay Board How to detach the Y-relay board (1) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3 or 6.1.4). (2) Detach the pen block cover (see Subsection 6.2.5). (3) Disconnect all the cables from the Y-relay board. To disconnect the Y-flexible cable: Remove the wiring harness tiewrap and detach the core attached with double-sided adhesive tape to the Y-relay board.

  • Page 55: How To Replace The Cutting Mat

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.8 How to Replace the Cutting Mat How to detach the cutting mat (1) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3 or 6.1.4). (2) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6). (3) Detach the pen block (see Subsection 6.2.5). (4) Peel off the cutting mat from the vacuum base.

  • Page 56: How To Replace The Control Panel Relay Board, Lcd And Membrane Switch Panel

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.9 How to Replace the Control Panel Relay Board, LCD and Membrane Switch Panel How to detach the control panel relay board, LCD and membrane switch panel (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Disconnect the flexible cables from connector J402 and J403 on the control panel relay board.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY (8) Peel off the membrane switch panel from the right side cover. Membrane switch panel Right side cover How to reinstall the control panel relay board, LCD assembly and membrane switch panel (1) Clean the surface of the right side cover with alcohol where the membrane switch panel was attached. (2) Reattach the LCD assembly to the right side cover.

  • Page 58: How To Replace The Y-belt

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.10 How to Replace the Y-belt How to detach the Y-belt (1) Detach the right and left side covers (see Subsection 6.1.1 and Subsection 6.1.2). (2) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3 or 6.1.4). (3) Detach the pen block (see Subsection 6.2.5). (4) Loosen the M3L6 TP head screw attaching the Y-tension arm.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the Y-belt (1) Shave 2 to 3 mm off both ends of the Y-belt until the wire comes out as shown below. Y-belt Shave 2 to 3 mm off both ends of the Y-belt until the wire comes out. (2) Hang the Y-belt on both sides of the pulley.

  • Page 60: How To Replace The Y-motor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.11 How to Replace the Y-motor How to detach the Y-motor (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6). (3) Disconnect the Y-motor cables from connector J8 and J11 on the main board. (4) Loosen the two M3L4WP set screws to detach the Y-motor pulley.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the Y-motor (1) Attach the pulley flange and the spacer to the new Y-motor. (2) Attach the Y-motor to the Y-motor bracket. (3) Hang the Y-drive belt on the Y-motor pulley and the Y-idler pulley. (4) Attach the Y-motor pulley to the Y-motor.

  • Page 62: How To Replace The X-motor

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.12 How to Replace the X-motor The CE5000-40 and the CE5000-60 models use the same X-motor. The CE5000-120/120AP model uses a different X-motor from the CE5000-40 and the CE5000-60 models. How to detach the X-motor (1) Detach the left side cover (see Subsection 6.1.2). (2) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6).

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the X-motor (1) Attach the X-motor to the left side plate. (2) Connect the X-motor cable to its connector(s) on the main board. CE5000-40/60: ..Connect the cables to connector J7 and J10 on the main board. CE5000-120/120AP: Connect the cables to connector J1102 and J1104 on the X-motor relay board.

  • Page 64: How To Replace The Y-flexible Cable

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.13 How to Replace the Y-flexible Cable How to detach the Y-Flexible cable (1) Detach the right side cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Detach the center cover (see Subsection 6.1.3 or 6.1.4). (3) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6). (4) Remove the wiring harness tie-wrap holding the Y-flexible cable and the core on the Y-relay board.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the Y-flexible cable (1) Clean the surface of the Y-rail with alcohol to remove any glue from the double-sided adhesive tape that was attached the Y-flexible cable. (2) Affix two pieces of double-sided adhesive tape to the flexible cable guide of the Y-rail. The first piece of tape should start at the right end of the Y-rail.

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    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY (6) Fit the Y-flexible cable into the Y-rail as shown below. The Y-flexible cable shouldn’t touch the left side plate. Allow a 3-mm space between the left end of the Y-flexible cable and the left side plate. Allow a 3-mm space between the left end of the Y-flexible cable and the left side plate.

  • Page 67: How To Replace The Vacuum Fan

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.14 How to Replace the Vacuum Fan How to detach the vacuum fan (1) Detach the right and left side covers (see Subsection 6.1.1 and Subsection 6.1.2). (2) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6). (3) Detach the rear guide (see Subsection 6.1.7).

  • Page 68: How To Replace The Main Board

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.15 How to Replace the Main Board How to detach the main board (1) Detach the right cover (see Subsection 6.1.1). (2) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6). M3L6 binding head screw USB interface RS-232C interface (3) Remove the two screws holding the RS-232C interface connector to the chassis.

  • Page 69: How To Replace The Power Supply

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.16 How to Replace the Power Supply How to detach the power supply (1) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6). (2) Disconnect the cables from the connectors CN1 and CN2. Power supply M3L6 binding head screw (3) Remove the four M3L6 binding head screws holding the power supply to the bottom of the chassis.

  • Page 70: How To Replace The Drive Roller

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY 6.2.17 How to Replace the Drive Roller How to detach the drive roller (1) Detach the right and left side covers (see Subsection 6.1.1 and Subsection 6.1.2). (2) Detach the front guide (see Subsection 6.1.5 or 6.1.6). (3) Detach the rear guide (see Subsection 6.1.7).

  • Page 71

    6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY How to reinstall the drive roller (1) Reattach in the reverse order in which it was detached. (2) Spread a suitable quantity of Loctite 222 on the M3L4WP set screw holding the X-drive pulley. (3) Use the force gauge to pull the X-drive motor pulley flange with a 1.2 kg to 1.3 kg force. (4) Tighten the mounting screws that hold the X-motor.

  • Page 73: Electrical Adjustments

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.1 DIP Switch Settings Factory presets (Normal Mode) Set all the bits to OFF. 1 2 3 4 NOV-RAM Clear Set bit 3 to ON. 1 2 3 4 7.2 List of Items Requiring Readjustment If you replaced one of the units listed in the table below or altered their sensor positions, be sure to readjust the corresponding items.

  • Page 74: Explanation Of The Values Of The Main Board Settings

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.3 Explanation of the Values of the Main Board Settings (Default factory settings) The default factory settings are recorded on the left side plate shown below. The default factory settings are recorded here. The contents of an example record are shown below. X= 0 X= 80 X= - Y= 4...

  • Page 75: Clearing The Non-volatile Ram

    (6) When the model selection is complete, the END message appears on the LCD panel. CE5000-40CRP END (7) Turn off the power to the plotter. (8) Return the SW1 setting to normal mode as shown below.

  • Page 76: Adjusting The Pen Force

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.5 Adjusting the Pen Force This adjustment will set the pen force. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. If you replace the moving coil and/or the pen block assembly, you must adjust the pen force using the following procedure.

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    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS Note: When adjusting the pen force, it is important to do it quickly. Delaying the pen force adjustment changes the temperature of the actuator and causes artificially lower readings. When this happens the actual pen force may be higher than the specification. This is especially true for the upper pen force adjustment.

  • Page 78: Adjusting The Distance Accuracy

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.6 Adjusting the Distance Accuracy This adjustment will set the distance accuracy. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. If you replace the grit roller, you must adjust the distance accuracy using the following procedure. How to adjust the distance accuracy (1) Mount a ceramic pen (0.2 mm tip size) in the pen holder.

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    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS (11) Press the ENTER key to store the setting. The following menu appears as like. If you are not adjusted about the distance, L=500.00 appears. This is only displaying the calculated value. XY LENG L=500.00 (12) If you wish to complete this adjustment, press the NEXT key. If you wish to plot the adjusted test pattern, press the ENTER key.

  • Page 80: Inputting The Servo Gain

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.7 Inputting the Servo Gain If you replace the main board or the motor, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. How to input the servo gain (1) Load a cutting sheet in the plotter. (2) Turn on the power while pressing the TEST and ENTER keys.

  • Page 81: Setting The Auto-registration Mark Sensor Option

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.8 Setting the Auto-Registration Mark Sensor Option If you have the auto-registration mark sensor option, you must set the MARK OPTION mode to ON. How to set the auto-registration mark sensor option (1) Turn on the power while pressing the TEST and ENTER keys. (2) Select the media mode.

  • Page 82: Adjusting The Offset Of The Auto-registration Mark Sensor

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.9 Adjusting the Offset of the Auto-Registration Mark Sensor If you have the auto-registration mark sensor option, you must adjust the offset of the auto-registration mark sensor. How to set the auto-registration mark sensor option (1) Load an A4 (Letter) or larger size sheet of paper in the plotter. The paper must have a printed target cross mark.

  • Page 83

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS (11) Measure the offset between the printed cross mark and plotted cross mark. Cross mark plotted by the plotter Media feed direction Printed target mark (12) Set the offset value. Press the UP ARROW key or DOWN ARROW key to change the number. Press the LEFT ARROW key or RIGHT ARROW key to change the digits of a number.

  • Page 84

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS X axis CE5000-UM-251-9370 7-12...

  • Page 85: Upgrading The System Firmware

    :Utility to transfer files using Windows ® • OPS662 :USB Driver software for CE5000-60/120 • OPS660 :USB Driver software for CE5000-40CRP (Craft Robo Pro) • OPS628 :USB Driver software for CE5000-120AP Preparation Install the USB Driver software to your computer before upgrading the system firmware.

  • Page 86: Adjusting The Pen Exchange Y Direction Value (ce5000-120ap)

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.11 Adjusting the Pen Exchange Y Direction Value (CE5000-120AP) This adjustment will set the pen exchange Y direction value. This value is used for the 2nd pen pen exchange. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. (1) Load a cutting sheet in the plotter.

  • Page 87: Adjusting The Pen Exchange Height Value (ce5000-120ap)

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.12 Adjusting the Pen Exchange Height Value (CE5000-120AP) This adjustment will set the pen exchange height value (SIKII). This value is used for pen selection. The plotter reads the pen height position when the power is turned on. If the pen height position value is higher than this value (SIKII) the plotter knows it has taken the 2nd pen.

  • Page 88: Adjusting The Spacing Between Pen 1 And Pen 2 (ce5000-120ap)

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS 7.13 Adjusting the Spacing Between Pen 1 and Pen 2 (CE5000-120AP) This adjustment will set the spacing between pen 1 and pen 2. If you replace the main board, use the following procedure to input the recorded adjustment values. If you replace the pen block, you must adjust this value using the following procedure.

  • Page 89

    7. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS (14) Set the offset value. Press the UP ARROW key or DOWN ARROW key to change the number based on the pen 2 cross mark. Press the RIGHT ARROW key or LEFT ARROW key to select the X or Y direction. (15) Verify that the plotted pen 1 cross mark line is located at the center of the plotted pen 2 cross mark line.

  • Page 91: Service Modes

    8. SERVICE MODES 8 SERVICE MODES 8.1 Sensor Test Mode This mode checks the sensor status. If there is a bad sensor you will observe one of the symptoms in the table below. Please check the relevant sensor(s). Sensor Symptom Y home sensor The pen block hits the right side plate.

  • Page 92: Control Panel Membrane Switch Test Mode

    8. SERVICE MODES 8.2 Control Panel Membrane Switch Test Mode This mode checks the control panel membrane switch status. If there is a bad switch you may have trouble with the control panel membrane switch panel or the control panel relay board. How to test the control panel membrane switches (1) Load an A4 (Letter) or larger size sheet of paper in the plotter.

  • Page 93: Clear Setup Mode

    8. SERVICE MODES 8.3 Clear Setup Mode This mode returns all the conditions to their default settings. How to clear the setups (1) Turn on the power while pressing the UP ARROW key to display the menu shown below. metric ENG (2) Select the default mode using the UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW key.

  • Page 94

    8. SERVICE MODES CE5000 Conditions (HP-GL Inch Eng) Condition Force Speed Pen Type Offset Quality RS-232C Baud Rate Parity Data Bit Handshake 9800 Command HP-GL HP-GL Origin Lower Left Pen Up Speed Auto Step Pass Offset Force Offset Angle Rotate Page Length 196”...

  • Page 95

    8. SERVICE MODES CE5000 Conditions (HP-GL Metric Eng) Conditions Force Speed Pen Type Offset Quality RS-232C Baud Rate Parity Data Bit Handshake 9800 Command HP-GL HP-GL Origin Lower Left Pen Up Speed Auto Step Pass Offset Force Offset Angle Rotate Page Length 5000mm Display Unit...

  • Page 97: Troubleshooting

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9.1 The Plotter is Turned On But Doesn’t Operate Symptom Verification item Solution The control panel’s LED (1) Is the plotter being supplied with No ..Check that the power cord is lamp does not light or power? securely connected to the plotter’s the LCD does not display...

  • Page 98: Media Loading Operations

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9.2 Media Loading Operations Symptom Verification item Solution The media drops to the (1) Is the front edge of the media Yes ..Replace the media. front of the plotter. curled? No ..Verify item (2). (2) Is the front media sensor dirty? Yes ..Clean the front media sensor.

  • Page 99: Cutting Operations

    9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9.3 Cutting Operations Symptom Verification item Solution The cut line is crooked. (1) Does the blade turn well in the No ..Replace the blade holder. blade holder? Yes ..Verify item (2). (2) Do the X and Y drive motor belts No ..Adjust the tension.

  • Page 101: Parts List

    Power Supply Unit SNP-Y119 792130712 Fan Relay Board PN5043-12, CE5000-120 363126121 Foot TM-127-4 792130700 Main Board CE5000-60/120 CE5000-60/120 792130713 Main Board CE5000-40CRP CE5000-40CRP 792130715 Main Board CE5000-120AP CE5000-120AP 792130714 Main Board 9e60p 9e60p 792130711 X Motor Relay Board CE5000-120/120AP 792130706...

  • Page 102

    10. PARTS LIST Outer Casing CE5000-UM-251-9370 10-2...

  • Page 103: Main Frame For Ce5000-40/60

    10. PARTS LIST 10.2 Main Frame for CE5000-40/60 Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 682900551 Vacuum Fan, KLDC24Z4-913A CE5000-40,60 314690020 Bearing, 6900ZZNXR 621113040 Y Rail 60 CE5000-60 621233210 Y Rail 40 CE5000-40 621113141 Pulley Flange 561080004 Media Sensor, PS117ED1 621350011 Left Side Plate 792130704 Y Motor Y Motor for CE5000-40/60/120/120AP...

  • Page 104

    10. PARTS LIST Main Frame CE5000-UM-251-9370 10-4...

  • Page 105: Main Frame Ce5000-120/120ap

    10. PARTS LIST 10.3 Main Frame CE5000-120/120AP Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 682900551 Vacuum Fan, KLDC24Z4-913A CE5000-120/120AP 314690020 Bearing, 6900ZZNXR 621233310 Y Rail 120 CE5000-120/120AP 621113141 Pulley Flange 561080004 Media Sensor, PS117ED1 621350011 Left Side Plate 792130704 Y Motor Y Motor for CE5000-40/60/120/120AP 792130709 Cam Sensor Board PN5043-07...

  • Page 106

    10. PARTS LIST Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621230468 Rear Guide 120/120AP CE5000-120/120AP 621234411 Center Cover Bracket for CE5000-120 621354200 Center Cover CE5000-120 CE5000-120/120AP 621351001 Main Chassis 120 CE5000-120/120AP 421000001 Measure Tape CE5000-120, 1 roll, 50 m Main Frame for CE5000-120/120AP 9 29 CE5000-UM-251-9370 10-6...

  • Page 107: Pen Block

    10. PARTS LIST 10.4 Pen Block Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 310068320 Bearing Roller 683ZZMC3PS2S 562510001 Core FPC-25-12 791230709 Encoder Sensor Assembly CE5000-120/120AP 617363321 Bush LB4YC Assembly Bush & Shaft 682132520 Moving Coil PM805 with Yoke 621263282 Cutter Pen Holder 621113000 Y Slider 380205551...

  • Page 108

    10. PARTS LIST Pen Block Pen Holder CE5000-120AP 32 35 Pen Station CE5000-120AP CE5000-UM-251-9370 10-8...

  • Page 109: Wiring Harness

    10. PARTS LIST 10.5 Wiring Harness Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 692132011 CA504301A (Power Supply to Power Switch) 692132021 CA504302A (Power Supply to Main Board) CE5000-40/60 692132101 CA504310A (Power Supply to Main Board) CE5000-120 692132031 CA504303A (Media Sensor to Main Board) 692132041 CA504304A (Inlet to Power Switch, Brown) 692132051...

  • Page 110: Stand (ce5000-60, Ce5000-120, Ce5000-120ap)

    10. PARTS LIST 10.6 Stand (CE5000-60, CE5000-120, CE5000-120AP) Stand CE5000-60 (ST0065) Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621320210 Side Stay 60 (Right and Left) CE5000-60 621320250 Right Foot 60 CE5000-60 621320230 Right Top Plate 60 CE5000-60 621239910 Side Stay 60 (Right and Left) 621320260 Left Foot 60 CE5000-60...

  • Page 111

    10. PARTS LIST Stand CE5000-60 (ST0068, Steel Stand) Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621350090 Right Top Bracket 621350080 Left Top Bracket 621350220 Side Stay Assy 621350260 Center Bar Assy 621350120 Foot Assy 621350180 Stock Shaft Coin Screw (M4L10) 621350190 Stopper Hexagonal Bolts (M5L12) Hexagonal Wrench (M5) 562500102...

  • Page 112

    10. PARTS LIST Stand CE5000-120 Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621239410 Side Stay 120 621239430 Right Top Plate 120 621239450 Foot 120 Assembly 621239440 Left Top Plate 120 621330120 Center Bar 120 621239190 Stock Shaft Assembly Set 120 Hexagonal Bolts (M5L16) Hexagonal Bolts (M6L20) Stand CE5000-120 CE5000-UM-251-9370...

  • Page 113

    10. PARTS LIST Stand CE5000-120AP Part No. Description Q’ty Remarks 621231370 Left Side Stay 120AP 621231380 Right Side Stay 120AP 621151130 Center Bar 120 621231170 Left Foot 120AP 621231180 Right Foot 120AP 621159730 BS Rear Pipe 120 621159710 BS Bracket 120 621161250 Stock Shaft 120AP 619052391...

  • Page 114

    10. PARTS LIST Stand CE5000-120AP CE5000-UM-251-9370 10-14...

  • Page 115: Option Basket

    621379201 Quick Start Manual (English) CE5000-120AP 621359200 CE5000 CD-Manual and Software CD-ROM for CE5000-60/120 621369002 Craft ROBO Pro S CD-Manual and Software CD-ROM for CE5000-40CRP 621313411 9e60p CD-Manual and Software CD-ROM for 9e60p 621379001 CE50APCDM01M CD-ROM for CE5000-120AP 621269332 Safety Manual, ANCUTG-UM-AM2...

  • Page 117: Block Diagrams And Circuit Diagrams

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.1 Block Diagrams 11.1.1 Block Diagram for CE5000-120 CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-1...

  • Page 118: Block Diagram For Ce5000-40/60

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.1.2 Block Diagram for CE5000-40/60 CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-2...

  • Page 119: Circuit Diagrams

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2 Circuit Diagrams 11.2.1 Main Board Top Section (PN5043-01A) CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-3...

  • Page 120: Main Board Connector Block Section (pn5043-01a)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.2 Main Board Connector Block Section (PN5043-01A) CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-4...

  • Page 121: Main Board Cpu Block Section (pn5043-01a)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.3 Main Board CPU Block Section (PN5043-01A) CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-5...

  • Page 122: Main Board Motor Drive Section (pn5043-01a)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.4 Main Board Motor Drive Section (PN5043-01A) CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-6...

  • Page 123: Main Board Fpga Section (pn5043-01a)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.5 Main Board FPGA Section (PN5043-01A) CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-7...

  • Page 124: Main Board Interface Section (pn5043-01a)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.6 Main Board Interface Section (PN5043-01A) CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-8...

  • Page 125: Main Board Memory Block Section (pn5043-01a)

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.7 Main Board Memory Block Section (PN5043-01A) CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-9...

  • Page 126: Relay And Sensor Board Section

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.8 Relay and Sensor Board Section CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-10...

  • Page 127: Control Panel Membrane Switch Panel Section

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.9 Control Panel Membrane Switch Panel Section CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-11...

  • Page 128

    11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS 11.2.10 120-Relay Board Section 120 RELAY BOARD J1101 J1102 IL-G-2P-S3T2-SA B2B-XH-A J1104 J1103 B4B-XH-A IL-G-4P-S3T2-SA PN5043-11 J1201 J1202 B2B-EH-A B2B-EH-A J1203 B2B-EH-A PN5043-12 11.2.11 120-Pen Encoder Flexible Cable Section (PN5043-10) PENA PENB HEDS-9720#P50 CE5000-UM-251-9370 11-12...

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Ce5000-120, Ce5000-60, Ce5000-120ap

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