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Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1
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    Océ User Manual Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 Operating information...

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    No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of Canon Inc. © 2011, Océ...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 Preface.........................5 Notes for the reader...................6 Naming conventions for finishers (commercial naming and naming in User Interfaces)..................8 Chapter 2 Parts and their functions..................9 Machine description.................10 Two-knife trim section................11 Conveyor section..................13 Trim ejecting section................15 Chapter 3 Operating procedures..................17 Turn the trimmer on.................18 Operation while...

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    Contents...

  • Page 5: Chapter 1 Preface

    Chapter 1 Preface...

  • Page 6: Notes For The Reader

    Notes for the reader Notes for the reader Introduction This manual helps you to use the Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1. The manual contains a description of the product and guidelines to use and operate the Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1. Definition Attention-Getters Parts of this manual require your special attention. These parts can provide the following: •...

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    Notes for the reader Word Icon Indicates Warning Laser beam Caution Ignoring this warning could cause injury or damage to property. Note Indicates additional important information. The use of heat-resistant gloves is mandatory when you carry out these actions. Important safety instructions Warning: Do not remove the safety covers or deactivate the sensor switches for the safety covers.

  • Page 8: Naming Conventions For Finishers (commercial Naming And Naming In User Interfaces)

    Naming conventions for finishers (commercial naming and naming in User Interfaces) Naming conventions for finishers (commercial naming and naming in User Interfaces) Hardware and hardware naming in User Interfaces To improve the readability of texts in User Interfaces of operator panels and software, the finishers are generally referred to by their function.

  • Page 9: Parts And Their Functions

    Chapter 2 Parts and their functions...

  • Page 10: Machine Description

    Machine description Machine description Illustration Main sections Main sections Section More information Two-knife trim section ‘Two-knife trim section’ on page 11 Conveyor section ‘Conveyor section’ on page 13 Trim ejecting section ‘Trim ejecting section’ on page 15 Chapter 2 - Parts and their functions...

  • Page 11: Conveyor

    Two-knife trim section Two-knife trim section Introduction Each booklet delivered from the upstream trimmer is trimmed along it's top and bottom. Then the booklet is delivered to the conveyor section. Illustration [11] Two-knife trim section Main parts Main parts Part Function Top cover The top cover gives access to the trimmer.

  • Page 12: Trim Ejecting

    Two-knife trim section Part Function Handle The handle lifts the booklet transport unit (TF2). Booklet transport unit If a booklet jam occurs in the two-knife trim sec- (TF2) tion, you must press the handle and lift the booklet transport unit (TF2) to remove the jammed booklets.

  • Page 13: Conveyor Section

    Conveyor section Conveyor section Introduction The booklets delivered are laid out on the conveyor. Illustration [12] The conveyor section Chapter 2 - Parts and their functions...

  • Page 14: Two-knife Trim

    Conveyor section Main parts Main parts Part Function Handle (TE) Grip the handle and lift the roller unit when you remove the booklets from the conveyor. Delivery transport The delivery transport rollers hold the finished rollers booklets. The position of the rollers is set automat- ically to match the booklet size.

  • Page 15: Trim Ejecting Section

    Trim ejecting section Trim ejecting section Introduction The trim waste is ejected into the trimmer waste box through this section. Illustration [13] Trim ejecting section Chapter 2 - Parts and their functions...

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    Trim ejecting section Main parts Main parts Part Function Trim Full sensor If trim waste is present between the sensor and the reflector, the operator panel displays the mes- sage 'Empty the two-knife trim- mer waste box.'. Delivery chute Trim waste is ejected into the trim box through this chute.

  • Page 17: Chapter 3 Operating Procedures

    Chapter 3 Operating procedures...

  • Page 18: Turn The Trimmer On

    Turn the trimmer on Turn the trimmer on How to turn on the trimmer Put the On/Off button of Saddle Finisher-AF2 into the "I" position. Press the On/Off button on top of the printer, next to the base of the operator panel. Result The trimmer will be turned on because the trimmer is connected to Saddle Finisher-AF2.

  • Page 19: Operation While Trimming

    Operation while trimming Operation while trimming Introduction This section describes the main actions when using the trimmer. Illustration [14] Empty the delivery tray and the trimmer waste box Delivery tray Trim Full sensor Trimmer waste box Chapter 3 - Operating procedures...

  • Page 20: Operation While

    Operation while trimming Empty the delivery tray When the machine stops because the delivery tray is full, you must remove the booklets from the delivery tray. The machine will restart automatically. Note: When you remove the booklets before the delivery tray is full, you can increase the productivity without interrupting the operation.

  • Page 21: Operation While

    Operation while trimming [15] The covers of the trimmer Top cover Transport section Delivery section cover Opening the transport unit Note: If a booklet jam occurs frequently, refer to ‘Clear a paper jam’ on page 27 for instructions on how to correct the problem. Chapter 3 - Operating procedures...

  • Page 22: Remove Or Install The Delivery Tray

    Remove or install the delivery tray Remove or install the delivery tray Illustration [16] Remove the delivery tray A. Locking knobs B. Delivery tray How to remove the delivery tray To remove the delivery tray, loosen the 2 locking knobs. Lift the delivery tray up to remove.

  • Page 23: Chapter 4 Troubleshooting

    Chapter 4 Troubleshooting...

  • Page 24: Error Messages

    Error messages Error messages Introduction When an error occurs and the machine does not work properly, the operator panel will display the message 'Call service.'. When this messages is displayed, keep in mind the following cautions. Warning: Do not plug in or pull out the power plug with wet hands. This may cause an electrical shock.

  • Page 25: Overview Of Possible Errors

    Overview of possible errors Overview of possible errors Introduction When an error occurs in the trimmer, the printer operator panel displays a corresponding message. The table below describes possible solutions for trimmer-related errors. Illustration [17] Error locations Possible errors Errors and solutions Cause of error Solution The top cover is open.

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    Overview of possible errors Cause of error Solution A booklet jam has occurred at the en- • Open the delivery section cover (2) of trance of the two-knife trim section. the upstream trimmer. • Open the top cover (1). • Open the A and F2 transport unit, and remove the jammed booklet.

  • Page 27: Clear A Paper Jam

    Clear a paper jam Clear a paper jam Introduction Paper jams can occur at the following locations: Conveyor section Trim section When a paper jam occurs, the jam is always caused by a paper chip jam or dirty transport belts. The table below describes these causes and the solutions. Illustration [18] Clear a paper jam Chapter 4 - Troubleshooting...

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    Clear a paper jam How to clear a paper jam Cause of jam Solution Paper chip jam • Open the transport unit. • Check if any paper chips are left on the booklet feed path. • Remove the paper chips. Transport belts are dirty Clean the transport belts.

  • Page 29: Appendix A Specifications

    Appendix A Specifications...

  • Page 30: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 Note: Whenever a number of sheets is mentioned in the table below, the figure is based on media of 80 g/m² (20 lb Bond). Specifications of Two-Knife Booklet Trimmer-A1 Item Specifications Description Top-bottom trimmer Maximum number of sheets 50 sheets or 48 sheets + 2 sheets of 300 g/m²...

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    Specifications Item Specifications Conveyor capacity 30 booklets containing 40 sheets of A4 / Letter when trimming 20 mm (0.79") of width in Booklet Trimmer-D1. Note: When the delivery tray is removed, the conveyor full condition is not detected. Continuous operation is possible. Machine dimensions (without WxDxH: 536 mm x 770 mm x 1,040 mm (21"...

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    Index Index Trim ejecting section Trim ejecting section ........15 Clear Two-knife trim section Paper chip jam ..........27 Two-knife trim section ........11 Paper jam ............27 Conversion table for commercial names and user interface names Conversion table for commercial names and user interface names ..........8 Conveyor section...

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