Canon mb-1000c ring binder specifications (2 pages)
Summary of Contents for Canon Perfect Binder-F1
Perfect Binder-F1 User's Guide Please read this guide before operating this product.
Basic Operations Chapter 3 Troubleshooting Chapter 4 Appendix Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions. However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon.
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If these items are dropped or spilled into the machine, turn OFF the power switch of the printer, and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Then, contact your local retailer where you purchased the machine or an authorized Canon dealer. - Necklaces and other metal objects...
Do not remove the machine’s leveling feet after the machine has been installed, as this may cause the machine to fall or tip over, resulting in personal injury. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer to move the machine. Power Supply WARNING ...
CAUTION Use a power supply with specifications compatible with 208-240 V AC. Make sure that the power supply and the voltage are stable. Do not plug other equipment into the same outlet as the machine. Leave sufficient space around the power plug so that it can be unplugged easily. If objects are placed around the power plug, you will be unable to unplug it in an emergency.
OFF the power switch of the printer and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet. Contact your local retailer where you purchased the machine or an authorized Canon dealer. Using the machine under these conditions may result in a fire or electrical shock.
Contact your local retailer if you need the material safety data sheet (MSDS) for the glue. Be sure to get the latest version of the MSDS as some of the information may have changed. Other Warnings If you intend to dispose of the machine, contact your local authorized Canon dealer beforehand.
Perform the following procedure once a month to test the breaker. IMPORTANT If a breaker test reveals that it is not operating normally, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. How to Check the Breaker Use a ballpoint pen or some other thin, pointed object to press the breaker test button on the back of the unit.
If the breaker switch does not toggle to the OFF ( ) side even though you perform step 1 two or three times, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Return the breaker switch to the ON ( ) side.
Before You Start Using This Machine CHAPTER This chapter describes what you should know before using the machine, such as parts and their functions, and how to turn on the main power. Parts and Their Functions..........1-2 Exterior View.
Parts and Their Functions This section explains the names and functions of interior and exterior parts, and operation buttons. Exterior View    Top cover  Breaker Open this cover when clearing a paper jam from Use to do tests of the breaker. This breaker is to the gathering tray.
Outline of the Binder’s Mechanisms  Gathering tray  Binding position Gathers and collates finished booklet paper. Binds stack of paper with cover.  Gathering tray transfer section  Cutter section Transfers paper to the gathering tray. Cuts stacks of paper and transports finished booklets to the booklet receptacle.
Outline of Bookbinding Procedure   Paper (body pages/slip sheets) is transferred to the gathering tray.  Paper stack is collated by the gathering tray.  Collated paper stack is transported to the gluing section.  Transfers paper (covers).  Glue is applied to the spine of the paper stack.  Paper stack with glue applied is bound with a cover.
About Optional Equipment This section explains the optional equipment that can be installed on the machine.  Perfect Binder Continuous Kit-B1 Outputs bound booklets from the booklet delivery part to outside the machine as needed. IMPORTANT If other equipment is installed in front of the machine (figure A), then install it approximately 2.36"...
Main Power This product has the Energy saver for controlling power. A breaker is also equipped to detect over current and short circuits. IMPORTANT If the product does not operate, check if the breaker is OFF. See “Power does not Turn On (Breaker Test)”...
To recover from the energy save mode, press the energy saver again. The energy save LED will flash and then go out, indicating binding can now be done. NOTE When you do binding settings on the printer, the Perfect Binder-F1 automatically recovers from the energy save mode. Main Power...
Basic Operations CHAPTER This product is controlled and operated from the printer. This section explains types of paper that can be used and how to do basic operations. Paper and Finished Sizes..........2-2 Types of Paper that Can be Used .
Paper and Finished Sizes This section explains about types of paper that can be used and finished sizes. Types of Paper that Can be Used Use the appropriate paper to get the best results from the binder. If the wrong type of paper is used, it could cause defect in binding or paper jams.
Available paper weight as cover or body pages/slip sheets are as follows. Paper Weight Cover Body pages/Slip sheets 25 lb bond to 110 lb 14 lb bond to 90 lb index (52 to 163 g/m cover Paper weights and the number of sheets that can be bound are listed below. (91 to 300 g/m •...
Paper size The binder can use the following paper sizes. Width Length (body pages/slip sheets) Length (covers) Cover Width: 10.12" to 13" (257.0 to 330.2 mm) Length: 14.34" to 19.2" (364.0 to 487.7 mm) Body pages/slip sheets Width: 10.12" to 12.59" (257.0 to 320.0 mm) Length: 7.17"...
Finished Sizes of Booklets Cutting method and paper size This machine can bind various sizes of booklets. The sizes of the finished booklets differ according to cutting method. The following table shows relations between sizes of the finished booklets and sizes of cover and body pages/slip sheets.
3-direction cutting <Top> 1/2 C1 D: Booklet thickness (less than 1" [25 mm]) <Foredge> 1/2 C1 L1 or (L2-D)/2 <Bottom> 1-direction cutting <Top> D: Booklet thickness (less than 1" [25 mm]) W/W1/W2 <Foredge> L1 or (L2-D)/2 <Bottom> No cutting <Top>...
For good looking finished booklet, be sure to set the top/bottom cutting range and foredge cutting range as follows. Top/bottom cutting range: C1 = W2 - W Cover <Top> Body pages/slip sheets <Bottom> Cover 1/2 C1 1/2 C1 Foredge cutting range ·...
Example1: If 3-direction cutting is done, and each size is defined as shown below. The following explains how to check top/bottom and foredge cutting range, and confirm each available size. Size of finished booklet Width: W = 11.58" [294.0 mm] / Length: L = 8.19"...
Example2: If 3-direction cutting is done, and each size is defined as shown below. The following explains how to confirm the available size of cover. Size of finished booklet Width: W = 11.69" [297.0 mm] / Length: L = 8.27" [210.0 mm] Size of body pages/slip sheets Width: W1 = 12.21"...
Examples of finished size of booklets (3-direction cutting) The following table shows examples that the combination of cover and body pages/ slip sheets when 3-direction cutting is done. The paper sizes inside the wide frame of table are the finished size of the booklets. Cover 13"...
Removing Finished Booklets Use the following procedure to remove bound booklets from the stacker. CAUTION Do not do operations other than removing booklets. Putting your hand into the binder from the stacker may cause an injury. Take care to avoid cutting your hands on the edges of the booklets when removing them.
- Open LED Lit: The stacker is open or full. Flashing: The stacker is preparing to open or close. Off: The stacker is closed. - The Stack LED and Open LED light at the same time when the stacker is full. Press the open button and pull out the stacker.
IMPORTANT Be sure to remove all the booklets when the stacker is open. The stacker is recognized as full if any booklets are left in it. Close the stacker. Close it until it clicks into place. CAUTION Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the gaps when the stacker is closing.
Discharging Cuttings This section explains how to discharge cuttings. Discarding Cuttings Use the following procedure to remove cuttings from the Trimmer waste unit. CAUTION Do not place a plastic bag or other secondary container in the trimmer waste tray. Doing so reduces the capacity of the trimmer waste tray and does not allow it to collect enough cuttings.
Remove the trimmer waste tray and discard the cuttings. Replace the trimmer waste tray and close the trimmer waste unit. Close the trimmer waste tray by pressing until it clicks into place. NOTE If you open the trimmer waste unit while the binder is operating, quickly remove the cuttings and close the trimmer waste unit.
You can open the trimmer waste unit and the front cover. IMPORTANT Servicing is needed to use this function. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. If the LED becomes on when the trimmer waste unit is open, finish the treatment quickly and close the trimmer waste unit.
Replenishing Glue Use the following procedure to refill the glue. CAUTION Use the genuine glue for this binder to replenish the glue. Using a type of glue other than the genuine glue may cause the binder to malfunction. IMPORTANT Note the following precautions when storing the glue. - Avoid places near open flame.
Open the glue container’s lid and its inner lid and replenish the glue. Fill the glue container with glue so it is even and level and does not go over the limit mark. CAUTION Do not allow glue to get into the binder’s mechanical parts through the gaps in the binder.
Close the glue container’s lid and its inner lid and close the glue container by pressing until you hear it click into place. NOTE The glue that is added to the glue container is transferred to the binder as the glue in the binder is consumed.
Cleaning the Binder Clean the outside of the machine if it gets dirty after using it for a long period of time. Please note the following points to prevent malfunctions or electric shock when cleaning the machine. WARNING When cleaning the machine, turn OFF the power switch of the printer and disconnect the power cord from the power outlet.
After cleaning the machine, use a soft dry cloth to dry it. Plug the power plug into the power outlet and turn ON the power of the printer. 2-21 Cleaning the Binder...
When removing jammed paper from inside the product, take care that you do not cut your hands on internal components. If you experience difficulties removing paper, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. Frequent paper jams at the same location can mean that there are pieces of torn paper inside the mechanism.
IMPORTANT If the machine and equipment with the sheet inserter are connected, remove the paper set on the upper tray and open it, and then open the top cover. NOTE When the top cover is opened, the interlock switch is activated, power to the gathering tray is cut off, and then the gathering tray stops operating.
Remove the jammed paper from the gathering tray (A1). NOTE If there are many sheets of paper in the gathering tray, remove them from the left side of the gathering tray without pulling on them too hard. Open the guide of the gathering tray transfer section (A2). Remove any jammed paper if there is any.
Close the guide of the gathering tray transfer section (A2). Close the top cover. CAUTION Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the gaps when the top cover is closing. Perform operations in accordance with the instructions that appear on the printer display. NOTE If the display continues to indicate a paper jam clearing procedure, continue to perform the applicable procedure until the paper jam is cleared.
When removing jammed paper from inside the product, take care that you do not cut your hands on internal components. If you experience difficulties removing paper, contact your local authorized Canon dealer. NOTE The front cover LED is on the front cover.
Open the lower guide for gathering tray transfer section (B). Remove any paper jammed inside the lower guide for gathering tray transfer section (B), and then close the guide. Open the entrance transfer guide (C). Clearing Paper Jams...
Remove any paper jammed inside the entrance transfer guide (C), and then close it. Open the front left cover. Open the left guide (D1) of the binder/pass-through transfer section. Clearing Paper Jams...
Open the exit guide (D2). Remove any paper jammed inside the guide. Close the exit guide (D2). Clearing Paper Jams...
Close the left guide (D1) of the binder/pass-through transfer section. Open the right guide (D3) of the binder/pass-through transfer section. Remove any paper jammed inside the guide. NOTE When making booklets using thin paper, a paper jam may occur inside the guide. In this case, pull out the paper (cover) slowly to remove it as like step 13.
If the paper is under the guide or is difficult to remove, turn the dial (D4) to the right to shift the paper out. Close the right guide (D3) of the binder/pass-through transfer section. Close the front left cover and then close the front right cover. CAUTION Close the front cover carefully so you do not pinch your fingers in the gaps when it is closing.
Perform operations in accordance with the instructions that appear on the printer display. NOTE If the display continues to indicate a paper jam clearing procedure, continue to perform the applicable procedure until the paper jam is cleared. Clearing a Paper Jam in the Stacker (or Booklet Delivery Part) Perform this procedure when a paper jam occurs in the stacker.
Remove all booklets from the stacker (E) (or booklet delivery part). CAUTION Do not move the stacker (E)'s guide with your hand. Moving the guide may cause a malfunction. Close the stacker (E) (or booklet delivery part). Close it until it clicks into place. CAUTION Be careful not to pinch your fingers in the gaps when the stacker (E) (or booklet delivery part) is closing.
NOTE If the paper jam is occurred again even though you remove all booklets from the stacker (E), pull out the trimmer waste unit to discard the cuttings. Unfinished Paper Auto Output When a paper jam occurs and unfinished paper which cannot be removed from inside the product is remained, paper is automatically output to the stacker.
Adjustments from the Printer Display When it could not do bookbinding appropriately, you can make adjustments to settings from the printer display. Consult the manual that comes with the printer for the procedure. If the finished size of the booklet is not the desired size, check and make adjustments in the following order.
Refer to the following diagrams to do the settings. The trim angle changes in the directions shown by the arrows. Leftward orientation Rightward orientation Increase Decrease Increase Decrease setting value setting value setting value setting value <Top> <Bottom> <Foredge>...
Adjusting the Cover Image Placement You can adjust the cover image placement if it is out of position in relation to the stacked body pages. Specify the cover image placement in millimeters or inches according to the directions on the printer’s display. You can set the value from –0.2"...
Adjusting the Trim Location The trim location can be adjusted if it is out of position. Specify the trim location in millimeters or inches according to the directions on the printer’s display. You can set the value from –0.2" to +0.2" [–5mm to +5mm] (in 0.01" [0.1 mm] increments). ...
Fine Adjusting the Amount of Glue When you make a booklet in the Perfect Binding mode, you must use the correct amount of glue or the bound booklets may be poorly finished, as shown bellow. In this case, adjust the amount of glue to improve the finishing condition of the booklet. Amount of Glue Finishing Condition Glue protrudes from booklet.
Remove cuttings from the Trimmer waste tray. Trimmer waste unit is full ( P. 2-14) Blade nearing its replacement Replace the blade. Contact your local authorized Canon limit dealer. Blade receptor nearing its Replace the blade receptor. Contact your local replacement limit authorized Canon dealer.
Alarm Timing Required Action When the Perfect Binder Continuous Kit is installed, if a paper jam occurs, the booklet delivery part automatically opens a little. Remove paper from the booklet delivery part. Furthermore, if this message appears, even though there Booklet delivery part is open is no paper to remove from the booklet delivery part, then the paper may be curled more than the specified value...
Reducing Frequent Paper Jams or Errors If the machine has frequent paper jams, errors, or defects in binding, such as those shown below, then the paper may be curled or not suitable. - Defect in attaching the glue - Unequal cutting size - Folded bonding area in corner of inserted paper - Cuttings remain on the bound booklet In these situations, do the checks and adjustments in the following order.
Confirm the paper curl is in the range of specified value. The specified values are as follows: - Height of curl: –0.12" to +0.12" (–3 to +3 mm) - Length of curl: More than 0.59" (15 mm) Height of Curl: Less than + 0.12"...
When Tidy Binding Is not Possible Unbalanced positioning of the images and text on the body pages or the slip sheets causes the bound booklets to have uneven thickness causing the following conditions to occur. Booklets have uneven thickness - Binding is not possible because some parts exceed the bindable thickness - Body pages and slip sheets do not align evenly - Body pages and slip sheets cause paper jams - Trimming width and angles are inconsistent...
Power does not Turn On (Breaker Test) If the product does not operate, be sure to check if the breaker is OFF. If the breaker is OFF, do not reset it. Contact your local authorized Canon dealer. WARNING If the product’s breaker is tripped, do not reset it.
When the Main Power Is Turned Off During Operations (Checking the Stacker) If the main power is turned off during operations, the cuttings may remain in the stacker. After turning the main power on again, open the stacker and check if the cuttings remain in it.
Specifications Perfect Binder-F1 Item Specifications Binding Method Perfect binding Cutting method Stack rotation 3-direction or 1-direction (foredge) cut (no cutting is also possible) Booklet size* Width: 7.99" to 11.69" (203 to 297 mm) (after 3-direction cutting) Length: 5.44" to 8.5" (138 to 216 mm) Recommended booklet size: A4, B5, A5, LTR, 7"...
Item Specifications Paper that can go through the binder/pass-through transfer According to the printer specifications section Glue capacity Approximately 0.8 lb [380 g] (Enough for approximately 135 booklets when binding 100 sheets of A4 20 lb bond (80g/m ) paper* * Including the capacity of the glue container.
Glossary Perfect binding A binding method that uses glue to bind the body pages into a cover. This machine does not need to mill (grind) the body pages to firmly attach the covers to the body pages. Foredge The outside edge of the book where the book opens (opposite of the spine). Cut when doing 3-direction or 1-direction cutting.
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