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Stacking Operation - Canon Staple Finisher-H1 Service Manual

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Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Stacking Operation

Stacking Operation

The paper delivered from the delivery roller is stacked on the processing tray and the paper is
aligned in the feed direction.
How paper is delivered from the delivery roller and stacked on the processing tray is
described below.
(1) When two or more sheets with a length of 150 mm or more are stacked, the tray
auxiliary guide motor (M6) operates after lapse of the specified time since detection of
paper by the inlet sensor (S1), thus sliding out the tray auxiliary guides.
Tray Auxiliary Guide
M6
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Technology > Processing Tray Unit > Stacking Operation
Inlet Sensor (S1)
Tray Auxiliary Guide Motor
F-2-11
(2) After the specified time has lapsed since paper has passed through the delivery sensor
(S2), the paddle motor (M3) operates to rotate the paddle once to stack the paper on the
processing tray.
The stacked paper is pressed against the stopper by the paper return paddle which is
driven by the delivery motor (M2), thus aligning the paper in the feed direction.
Paddle
M3
NOTE:
When a postcard or a sheet shorter than 150 mm is stacked, the paddle does not
rotate.
Paddle Motor
Paper Return Paddle
Delivery Sensor (S2)
Stopper
M2
Delivery Motor
2-8
F-2-12
2-8

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