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BANDSAW MACHINE

USER GUIDE

DCB

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ORIGINAL GUIDE

HYDRAULIC DOUBLE COLUMN AUTOMATIC BANDSAW


MACHINE
COMPANY NAME : DCB-S
MACHINE TYPE : 560
SERIAL NUMBER : 804213143
ORDER NUMBER :
DATE

222101

: 19.12.2013

ORIGINAL GUIDE
CONTENTS
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Contents

PAGE
3

Foreword

About Durmazlar

EC Declaration of conformity

PART 1 GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS


1.1 Safety Instructions

1.2 Unavoidable Risks

13

PART 2 GENERAL MACHINE PRESENTATION


2.1 About the Machine

16

2.2 Machine presentation

17

2.3 Presentation and warning tags fixed onto the machine

18

2.3 Prohibited applications

26

2.4 Safety members and switches in the machine

29

2.5 Safety regions of the machine

31

2.6 Technical machine data

32

DCB-A 360 Technical specifications

32

DCB-S 360 Technical specifications

33

DCB-A 460 Technical specifications

34

DCB-S 460 Technical specifications

35

DCB-A 560 Technical specifications

36

DCB-S 560 Technical specifications

37

DCB-A 800 Technical specifications

38

DCB-S 800 Technical specifications

39

DCB-A 1100 Technical specifications

40

DCB-S 1100 Technical specifications

41

DCB-A 1600 Technical specifications

42

DCB-S 1600 Technical specifications

43

DCB-M 460 Technical specifications

44

DCB-M 560 Technical specifications

45

DCB-M 800 Technical specifications

46

DCB-DM 560 Technical specifications

47

DCB-FA 330 Technical specifications

2.7 Main parts of the machine


2.8 Standard and optional accessories in the machine
2.8.1 Standard accessories

48
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54

2.8.2 Optional accessories

55

2.8.3 Particular solutions

56

2.9 Noise
2.9.1 Noise level measurements
2.10 Standards used in the saw design

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PART 3 INSTRUCTIONS FOR MACHINE TRANSPORTATION


3.1 Transportation of the machine

59

3.2 Removal of the package

60

PART 4 STORING CONDITIONS

61

PART 5 MACHINE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS


5.1 Operating area of the machine

62

5.2 Machine installation

62

5.3 Machine placement

63

5.4 Electrical connections

63

5.4.1 Motor direction

64

5.4.2 Motor current values

64

5.5 First checks

65

5.5.1 Cooling liquid

65

5.5.2 Hydraulic Unit

65

5.5.3 Hydraulic Unit Cleaning

66

5.5.4 Hydraulic Unit pressure adjustment

67

PART 6 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMMISSIONING THE MACHINE


6.1 Commissioning

68

6.2 Powering

69

6.3 Confirmation of the Machine

70

PART 7 USAGE INSTRUCTIONS


7.1 User region

70

7.1.1 Prior to Cutting

71

7.1.2 Cutting

71

7.1.3 Language Selection

72

7.1.4 Counter usage

72

7.1.5 Digital potentiometer


7.2 Operating the machine

72
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7.2.1 Manual cutting

73

7.2.2 Automatic cutting

74

7.2.3 Siemens Simatic Panel

75

7.2.2 Turning off the Machine

84

7.2.3 Restarting the machine which is stopped emergently

85

7.3 Presentation of the buttons

85

7.4 Clamp usage

86

PART 8 MAINTENANCE, REPAIRING AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS


8.1 Saw blade adjustment

87

8.2 Maintenance information

87

8.2.1 Daily maintenance

87

8.3.2 Weekly maintenance

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8.4.3 Monthly maintenance

88

8.3 Changing of blades

89

8.4 Information about the lubricant used in the machine

89

PART 9 TROUBLESHOOTING DATA


9.1 Probable failures

90

9.2 Inverter failure codes and the descriptions thereof

90

PART 10 HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE OPERATOR


10.1 Rescue of the Squeezed Personnel
10.2 Properties of the hydraulic lubricant used

95
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10.2.1 Transportation

97

10.2.2 Storing

98

10.2.3 Definitions of the dangers

98

10.2.4 Recommended first aid

98

10.2.5 Control of usage and individual protection

99

10.2.6 Toxic data

99

10.2.7 Disposal data

99

PART 11 DECOMMISSIONING

101

PART 12 FEEDBACK FORM

102

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FOREWORD

This handbook is prepared so as to comprise the required information with the required techniques taking into
account the object of more actively and effectively usage of the machines serving you.
Our first principle is to provide you the maximum performance with our machines which are produced using
the most qualitative materials, the state-of-the-art technology and engineering services.
Our products which have the minimal operating costs will serve you for several years if you care for their
periodical maintenance and if you carry out the periodical maintenance regularly.
Press brakes which are among our products are used in bending of sheets with pluralities of thicknesses and
qualities, and the shears and saws are used in cutting of different materials (Sheet plate, Aluminum, Cu,
plastic, paper, etc.).
This handbook should be read at least once by the operating responsible and also by the stuff operating the
machines. The handbook should be in the vicinity of the machine, this is important for the troubleshooting of
the failures which may occur.
Our factory has the rights to realize the required novelties according to the improving technology
without appealing to any authority.
Our situation in the domestic market which we serve since 1956 has become higher since we are in the
international market for 30 years. Thus, the experience and the technological improvements obtained from this
market are presented to you in the best manner.
Congratulations with your machine and we wish you success in your works.

DURMAZLAR MAKINA SAN. VE TIC. A.S.


Organize Sanayi Blgesi 75. Yil Caddesi BURSA
Tel : + 90 224 219 18 00 pbx.
Fax : + 90 224 242 75 80 242 93 73
Internet : www.durmazlar.com.tr
e-mail : durma@durmazlar.com.tr
sales@durmazlar.com.tr

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ABOUT DURMAZLAR A.S


Durmazlar Machine is one of the leading machine manufacturers in Turkey and it
is the leader of the market in terms of the production numbers.
Durmazlar is one of the leading industrial institutions of Turkey, which improves
the production and services thereof continuously. Durmazlar realizes production in
international standards, it represents Turkey in the world and it contributes to the
national income.
Today, Durmazlar Machine is a company which is older than 50 years, it has a
closed production area equal to 150000 m2, it has 1000 personnel and it realizes
exportation to 82 countries and Durmazlar Machine always tries to do the best.
Durmazlar Machine has the principle of production in world standards, it realizes
investments in novel technologies and it presents the products thereof with suitable
prices.
Durmazlar is the first country in Turkey which produces sheet processing
machines; and the following products are among the products of Durmazlar: CNC
Hydraulic press, full automatic press, CNC Hydraulic shear, Punch press, Plasma
Cutting and Laser cutting machines, Hydraulic Cylinder, Asymmetric Cylinder, Profile
Bending, Manual Cylinder, Circle Cutting, Cord and Saw Machines. These have a
wide usage area in sectors like automotive, construction, textile, electronics, air
transportation, marine transportation and defense industry.
The production process, which is realized with very sensitive process machines,
provides our products to function with high performance after long years; and during
this process, processes like automatic welding and tension elimination are realized
under the light of this object.
Durmazlar Machine has sensitive processing CNC centers up to 20 meters in
one piece; and it increases this production standard by means of the laser technology.
Durmazlar Machine supports the customers thereof in both standard machine
production and in particular machine production.
For preserving and maintaining DURMA quality, the products are tested with
high technology tests in all of the production steps.
Durmazlar exists as long as it assures to the customers and since according to
the vision of Durmazlar the most valuable investment is person, Durmazlar improves
itself continuously and it always tries to provide better customer service.
DURMAZLAR MAKINA SAN. VE TIC. A.S.
Organize Sanayi Blgesi 75. Yil Caddesi BURSA
Tel : + 90 224 219 18 00 pbx.
Fax : + 90 224 242 75 80 242 93 73
Internet : www.durmazlar.com.tr
e-mail : durma@durmazlar.com.tr
sales@durmazlar.com.tr

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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
AT UYGUNLUK BEYANI
MANUFACTURER
IMALATI

DURMAZLAR MAKINE SAN. VE TIC. AS.

ADDRESS
Organize Sanayi Blgesi 75. Yil Cd. 16159 Bursa - Trkiye
ADRES
Name and address of the person authorised to
Ramadan Kelebek
compile the technical file
Organize Sanayi Blgesi 75. Yil Cd. 16159 Bursa - Trkiye
Teknik Dosyayi derleyen yetkili kisi ve adresi
The undersigned Company certifies under its sole responsibility that the item of equipment specified below satisfies the requirements of
the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC which is apply to it.
The item of equipment identified below has been subject to internal manufacturing checks with monitoring of the final assessment by
DURMAZLAR MAK.SAN.TIC.AS.
Asagida tanimlanmis olan ekipmanlar iin Machine Emniyeti ynetmeligi 2006 / 42 / ATnin uygulanabilen gerekliliklerinin yerine
getirildigini ve sorumlulugun alinmis olundugunu beyan ederiz.
Asagida tanimlanan ekipmanlar i retim kontrollerine bagli olarak DURMAZLAR MAK.SAN.TIC.AS. tarafindan kontrol edilmistir.
PRODUCT

Double Column Bandsaw

RN

ift Stunlu Serit Testere

MODEL / TYPE

DCB -S 560

SERIAL NO

804213143

DIRECTIVES / YNETMELIKLER
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC
MAKINE EMNIYETI YNETMELIGI 2006/42/AT
LOW VOLTAGE DIRECTIVE 2006/95/EC
BELIRLI GERILIM SINIRLARI DHILINDE ALISMAK ZERE TASARLANMIS ELEKTRIKLI TECHIZAT YNETMELIGI 2006/95/AT
ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY DIRECTIVE 2004/108/EC
ELEKTROMANYETIK UYUMLULUK YNETMELIGI 2004/108/AT
Regulations Applied acc. to HARMONIZE STANDARDS
UYGULANAN UYUMLASTIRILMIS STANDARTLAR

EN12622:2001 ;EN ISO 4414:2010 ;EN ISO 4413:2010 ;EN 999:1998 ; EN ISO 13849-1:2009 ;EN 13857:2008 ;EN 602041:2011 ;EN ISO 12100:2010
Place and date of issue

: Bursa, 19.12.2013

Yer ve Tarih
Name and position of authorized person

: Ramadan KELEBEK
Researching-Development Dep. Manager / Ar-Ge Mdr

Yetkili kisinin adi ve grevi


Singanature of authorized person

Yetkili kisinin imzasi

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PART 1 GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS
1.1 Safety Instructions
Attention

Before operating the machine, read the users manual. If you have a question
about the machine, please contact with the manufacturer company.

In cases where operator intervention is required on the machine, READ the user manual prior to
intervention.
Before using the machine, check the required fixtures (material table, chip conveyor, etc.) and
operate the machine so as to be compliant with the values given in the presentation tag.
While the machine is operating, be sure to be in the control panel region mentioned in Figure 1.2.
Otherwise, accidents may take place.
NEVER! approach the saw blade or the other moving parts without wearing gloves, protective
clothes and eye-glasses. (Figure-1.1)
Do not approach the Open Region of
the Blade without taking precautions

Figure 1.1 - Wrong

Figure 1.2.-Correct

Do not forget to fix the Blade


Protector while changing the
band

Figure 1.3.
When the user desires to work on the open region of the blade, or when the blade is required
to be changed, fix the blade protector in order for the teeth not to give damage to you or in
order for the teeth not to be damaged. (Figure-1.3).
Wear gloves when the blade is to be changed.

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There is emergency stop button on the control panel of the machine (Figure-1.4). The
emergency stop stops all of the dangerous movements.
Do not approach the machine while the machine is being operated. If there is a very important
case, turn off the machine and activate the emergency stop.
Prior to maintenance, ALWAYS be sure that the machine is in STOPPED position.

Emergency Stop Button

Figure -1.4
The service process should be carried out by the authorized personnel only.
Do not wear wide and long clothes and do not wear tie in order to prevent being caught by the
movable parts.
For safety, the dangerous regions are covered by guards. During the operation of the machine
or after maintenance, these covers should always be in closed position.
Be far away from the cutting region against the throwing danger of the work piece.
While the machine is being operated, do not try to open the electrical panel. Prior to opening
the electrical panel, de-energize the machine and pull the plug.
The machine should not be operated over the capacity thereof.
The machine is designed so as to be operated with one (1) operator.
Prior to using the machine, check if the safety mechanisms function well.
Keep third party away from the machine.
The operator should wear shoes with steel end parts in the front in order to protect against
being crushed as a result of the falling of the work piece.
The operator should work using gloves.
The operator should wear protective eye-glasses while working.

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Keep the operating area tidy. Untidiness in the operating region leads to fault and danger. It
limits your actions.
Prior to powering the machine, the grounding should be checked. Realize the grounding of the
machine using copper grounding cable in the region in Figure 1.5.

Figure -1.5
Be compliant with the Maintenance Instructions.
Be careful that at least three sides of the region, where the machine is to be placed, are open.
If possible, prefer closed regions.
Do not remove and de-activate or do not change the places of the Safety Members and
Protective members.
Do not operate the machine without putting cooling liquid and hydraulic lubricant. For lubricant
selection, please look at the Lubrication Schemas table.
In cases where the machine will not be operated for one week or for longer durations, loosen
the blade for increasing the blades life.
Change the reducer lubricant at the end of the first 2000 hours.
There has to be material between the clamps in order for the cutting process to be realized.
There are two stops in the cutting motor for safety purposes. Emergency stop mushroom
button stops cutting in saw in time duration shorter than 1 second, the stop button stops
cutting in 2-3 seconds. However, usage of the emergency stop button continuously shortens
the motor and inverter life.
In the cutting of pieces which are longer than 300 mm, since the falling of the piece from the
machine leads to accidents, material table is recommended to be used.

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When the machine is not in use, do not leave material under the blade. The guided body may
move downwardly as a result of the gravitational force, and may lead to the breakage of the
blade. When the blade will not be used for a long time, loosen the blade.
The position of the material when the machine will not
be operated.

Figure 1.6 - Wrong-

Figure 1.7 - Correct

Bring the Rectification Arm to the closest position to the material/materials to be cut, and
realize the cutting process. Otherwise, the material vibrates, the blade teeth may be broken
and the chips or broken teeth may be thrown and this may lead to injuries.

Position of the Rectification Arm

Figure 1.8 -Wrong

Figure 1.9 -Correct

Carry the machine by holding the machine from the tagged regions. If you carry the machine
from different points, you may be hurt and your machine may be damaged.
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Figure -1.10
1. 2 UNAVOIDABLE RISKS
Since the cutting bandsaw can not be closed by any casing, while cutting and/or while
operating in the idle mode, there will be accidents in case the workers approach their hands
or fingers.

Figure 1.11
While the guided body moves upwardly-downwardly, if the worker approaches the body, there
may become accidents. Keep far away from the movable members.

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Look at the weight of the removable pieces from the piece list, do not lift and do not try to lift
pieces heavier than 15 kg without using auxiliary equipment (hoist, crane, etc.).

Figure 1.12

ATTENTION!

Lifting heavy loads gives permanent damages to your body.

The intermediate distance between the rotating helix and the conveyor groove sheet is 10 mm
(Figure 1-13). In order to prevent accidents while the chip conveyor is functioning, be careful with
the rotating helix region.

Figure -1.13
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The machine with the rotating table can rotate 60 in clockwise direction. As can be seen in
Figure 1-14 and Figure 1-15, while rotating the machine with the rotating table, be sure that
the machine is not in the safety distances below. Otherwise, there may be accidents.

Figure -1.14

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PART 2 GENERAL MACHINE PRESENTATION
2.1 About the machine

Today, among the benches whose usage is simple, the best and most rapid
metal cutting is realized by bandsaw machines.
In the flat or angled cutting of iron, copper alloys, aluminum alloys, production
steels, carbon steels, hot-cold work tool steels, case hardened steels, mould steels,
nickel chrome alloyed steels, bearing steels, stainless steels, titanium alloys, castings,
construction steels and non-iron metals, metal bandsaw machines are used. The
cutting process can be realized one by one, the multiple cutting of materials in binding
form can be realized in a comfortable manner.
In iron steel factories, in plane industry, ship industry, automotive industry,
production industry, in construction sector, in aluminum industry; it is mostly used
since it has a low cost and since it is rapid.
Thanks to the reinforced body structure, the bending and vibrations formed
during cutting are minimized. These rigid bodies are connected to the reinforced
chassis by means of columns which are covered by chrome, and a strong frame is
formed.
All of the tensions of the body, chassis and other accessories are eliminated by
means of the tension eliminating device after the welding and casting process. In 5
axis CNC processing centers, all of the processes are realized in one binding. Thanks
to this, the parallelism of all of the axes and surfaces is provided. These processes
provide sensitivity and strength to the DURMA HB and DCB series bandsaw machines
for long years.

The usage and publication rights of the information given in this document belong only to
DURMAZLAR MAK.SAN.TIC A.S. Without the permission of the company, it can not be copied,
published and used in any manner. Said company can change the specifications and pieces existing
in said guide without informing beforehand. The figures and schemas existing in the guide can be
different from the product.

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2.2 Machine presentation

DCB series Bandsaw Machines are benches which are used for cutting partially cold
or cold (iron or non-iron) metals by means of the saw blade.

Figure 2.1

Our machines, which are designed and manufactured as pivot type and column type in
the TS EN 13898, meet the customer needs in the highest level.

ATTENTION!

Do not use the machine for wrong purposes. The


manufacturer is not responsible if the machine is used for wrong purposes.

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PRESENTATION AND WARNING TAGS FIXED ONTO THE MACHINE

Tag : 1

Tag : 2

Tag : 3

Tag : 8
Tag 8 : Electrical warning tag

Tag : 4

Tag : 5

Tag : 6

Tag : 7

Tag 1: The person using the machine should read the


user manual.
Tag 2: Protective Eye-Glass should be used.
Tag 3: Turn off when not in use.
Tag 4: Cutting Tool Warning.
Tag 5: Throwing Danger Warning.
Tag 6: The user should wear shoes with steel end
parts.
Tag 7: The user should wear gloves.
CUTTING PRESSURE

GETK.8032.007

Tag : 9

Tag : 10

Tag : 11

Tag : 13

Tag : 12

Attention

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Tag 9: This is the tag which illustrates the safety


instruction which the user should obey.
Tag 10: Tightening Pressure Tag
Tag 11: Saw Blade Lowering Speed Adjustment Tag
Tag 12: Grounding tag
Tag 13: Motor rotation direction tag

Do not operate the machine without filling the Hydraulic


Lubricant and cooling liquid!

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Tag : 14

Tag : 15

Tag 14: The tag illustrating the rotation direction of the saw blade.
Tag 15: The tag illustrating the rotation direction of the saw blade.

Tag : 16
Tag 16 : Lubrication Tag

Tag : 17
Tag 17 : Illumination Tag

Tag : 18

Tag 18 : Clamp Tightening Tag


Tag : 19
Tag 19 : Blade Tensioning Tag

Attention If the machine will not be used for one week or for a longer time, in
order to lengthen the blade life time, loosen the blade.

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Tag : 20

Tag : 21

Tag 20 Type Tag (Machine type, Manufacturing Year, Serial Number, Capacity, Outer Dimensions
and Weight)
Tag 21 Electrical Values Tag (Motor Power, Phase, Frequency, Operating Voltage, Control
Voltage, Current, Intermediate Fuse Current, Electrical Circuit Number).

Tag : 22

Tag : 23

Tag 22 Danger of Hydraulic High Pressure


Tag 23 Danger of Blade Pressure

Attention

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Tag 24 Cutting Information Tag According to the Chips Obtained from the
Cut Product

Tag 25 Blade Selection Tag According to the Material to be Cut

WARNING In order for the cutting process to be realized, there has to be


material between the clamps.
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Tag 26 Cutting Values Tag According to the Material to be Cut

Tag 27 The tag illustrating the


presence of the chip conveyor

Tag 29 Warning Tag

Tag 28 Upper Press


Downward-Upward Tag

Tag 30 Do not open machine


guards unless machine is turned off.

WARNING As a safety precaution, there are two stops in the cutting motor.
Emergency stop mushroom button stops the cutting in the saw in a time
shorter than 1 second and the stop button stops cutting in 2-3 seconds.
However, if the emergency stop button is used frequently, the motor and
inverter life is shortened.

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Tag 31 Rulers (It illustrates the length and angle value of the material to be cut)

Blue ground

Tag
Basilacak
Tag32
32 Yag
It illustrates
theGrasrlkleri
lubricators
where lubricant
gsterir
is to be applied

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Yellow ground

Red ground

Tag 33 It illustrates the lubricators


where lubricant is to be applied

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Tag 34 Warning and Precaution Tag (It illustrates the risks which can be encountered
and the precautions to be taken)

Tag 35 Manufacturers Symbol

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2. 3 Prohibited Applications

Since the cutting bandsaw can not be closed by any casing, while cutting and/or while operating
in the idle mode, there will be accidents in case the workers approach their hands or fingers.

Figure 2.2
While the guided body moves downwardly-upwardly, if the worker approaches the guided body,
accidents may occur. Keep far away from the movable members.

Figure 2.3

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Look at the piece list for the weight of the removable pieces. Do not lift and do not try to lift
pieces heavier than 15 kg without using auxiliary equipment (hoist, crane, etc.).

ATTENTION!

Lifting heavy loads gives permanent damages to your body.

The intermediate distance between the rotating helix and the conveyor groove sheet is 10 mm.
In order to prevent accidents while the chip conveyor is functioning, be careful with the rotating
helix region.

Figure -2.4

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The machine with the rotating table can rotate 60 in clockwise direction. While rotating the
machine with the rotating table, be sure that the machine is not inside the safety distances below.
If a worker exists inside the machine rotation region illustrated in Figure 2-6, accidents can take
place.

Figure -2.5

Figure -2.6

ATTENTION! The body is rotated by hand. After the body is brought to the
desired angle, do not lock the body!

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Upper Level
Switch

2.4 Safety members and switches in the machine

Right Cover
Switch

Left Cover
Switch

Lower Level
Switch

Emergency
Stop Button

Material Finish
Switch

Figure -2.7

cil Stop
LOWER LEVEL SWITCH (LIMIT SWITCH)
It lifts the saw head upwardly when the saw head reaches the lowest level.
COVER SWITCHES (LIMIT SWITCH)
It prevents the operation of the machine while the cover is open.
MATERIAL FINISH SWITCH (MATERIAL SWITCH)
The switch which contacts with the automatically driven material does not contact with the material
and the material is finished and it stops the driving process.
EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON (EMERGENCY STOP)
When pressed in an emergent case, it electrically stops the machine. There are two stops in the
cutting motor as a safety precaution. Emergency stop mushroom button stops the cutting process in
the saw in a time shorter than 1 second and it stops the button in a time longer than 2 seconds.
However, if the emergency stop button is pressed frequently, the motor and inverter life is shortened.
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BLADE TENSIONING SWITCH (VICE SWITCH)

TENSION SWITCH:
When the blade is broken or when the
blade loses the tension, it stops the
machine.
Tension
switch

Figure -2.8
COVER SWITCHES

Do not leave Cover Switches open.

Figure -2.9

Keep Cover Switches in Closed Position.

Figure -2.10

ATTENTION! While the protective covers are open, thanks to the switches with XCSA701 CE, the machine is prevented from being operated. When the cover is open, the
machine does not function! Cover switches can be positioned on the cover or next to the
cover. This does not change the abovementioned warnings.

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2.5 Safety regions of the machine

THE
MA
TER
IAL
TO
BE
CUT

THE CUT MATERIAL


+ 500

Figure -2.11
For the correct placement of the machine, the placement dimensions and the space distances to be left in the periphery
thereof are mentioned below:

Placement Dimensions
A: 2060 mm.
B: 1000 mm.
Space Distances
A1: 1200mm.
A2: 800 mm.
B1: 3000 mm.
B2: 3000 mm.

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Figure -2.112

2.6 Technical machine data

DCB-A 360 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

300

DCB-A 360
Cutting Capacity

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Dimen
Motors
sion

Main Motor
Hydraulic Pump Motor
Material Driving Motor
Cooling Motor
Length
(L)
Width
(W)
Height
(H)
Cutting Speed
Blade Dimensions
Working Height (A)
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight

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mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

Double Column Bandsaw Automatic


360
360
360x380
2,2
0,55
0,25
0.09
2480
1100
1615
20 ~ 80 Inverter
34x1,1x4570
540
8
1650

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DCB-S 360 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

320

HORIZONTAL BANDSAW HALF


AUTOMATIC

DCB-S 360

Cutting Capacity

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Machine
Dimensions

Motors

Main Motor
Hydraulic Pump Motor
Blade Rotation Motor
Cooling Motor
Length
Width
Height
Cutting Speed
Blade Dimensions
Working height
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight
333333101

(L)
(W)
(H)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

Standard

Rotating Table

360
360
500x360
280
280
280x360
160
160
160x360
-

360
360
360x380
280
280
280x360
160
160
160x360
2,2
0,55
0.09

2480
2480
1100
1250
1615
1715
20 ~ 80 Non-gradual Electronics
34x1,1x4570
540
640
8
1500
1750
33

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-A 460 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

480

Double Column Bandsaw


Automatic

DCB-A 460

Cutting Capacity

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Dimen
sion

Motors

Main motor
Hydraulic pump motor
Material Driving Motor
Cooling Motor
Length
(L)
Width
(W)
Height
(H)
Cutting Speed
Blade dimensions
Working Height
(A)
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight
343434101

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

460
460
460x470
3
1,1
0,75
0.09
3000
1150
1820
20 ~ 90 Inverter
41x1,3x5800
580
18
2300
34

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-S 460 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

320

HORIZONTAL BANDSAW HALF


AUTOMATIC

DCB-S 460

Cutting Capacities

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Machine
Dimen
sions

Motors

Main motor
Hydraulic pump motor
Blade Rotation Motor
Cooling Motor
Length
Width
Height
Cutting Speed
Blade Dimension
Working height
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight
353535101

(L)
(W)
(H)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

Standard

Rotating Table

460
460
460x620
460
460
460x500
310
310
460x310
-

460
460
460x620
460
460
460x440
290
290
460x290
120
120
460x120
3
1,1
0.09

3000
3000
1000
1250
1900
2000
20 ~ 90 Inverter
41x1,3x5800
580
680
18
2090
2470
35

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-A 560 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

480

Double Column Bandsaw


Automatic

DCB-A 560

Cutting Capacity

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Dimen
sion

Motors

Main Motor
Hydraulic pump motor
Material Driving Motor
Cooling Motor
Length
Width
Height
Cutting Speed
Blade dimensions
Working Height
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight
363636101

(L)
(W)
(H)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

560
560
560x610
4
1,1
1,1
0.09
3300
1150
2040
20 ~ 90 Inverter
41x1,3x7000
580
18
2600
36

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-S 560 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

320

DCB-S 560

Cutting Capacities

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Machine
dimen
sions

Motors

Main motor
Hydraulic pump motor
Blade Rotation Motor
Cooling Motor
Length
Width
Height
Cutting Speed
Blade dimensions
Working Height
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight

373737101

(L)
(W)
(H)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

HORIZONTAL BANDSAW HALF


AUTOMATIC
Standard
Rotating table
560
560
560
560
560x750
560x750
560
560
560
560
560x600
560x560
430
380
430
380
560x430
560x380
160
160
560x160
4
1,1
0.09
3400
3400
1150
1300
2040
2140
20 ~ 90 Inverter
41x1,3x7000
580
680
18
2450
2850

37

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-A 800 TECHNICAL DATA

DURMA

Hydraulic Double Column Automatic


Bandsaw Machine

DCB-A 800
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
Width
Height
Clamp height

Dimensions

Motor
Powers

Cutting Capacities

90

(L)
(W)
(H)
(B)
Hydraulic Upper Press Height (C)
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
(A)
Weight
Oil Tank Capasity
Blade Twisting Angle

383838101

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg
Lt.

800
800
800x920
7,5
1,5
Hydraulic
0,37
3970
2000
2660
470
500
20 ~ 90 Non-gradual Electronics
54x1,6x8600
660
4500
45
60

38

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-S 800 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

HORIZONTAL BANDSAW HALF


AUTOMATIC

DCB-S 800
CUTTING CAPACITIES

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Machine
Dimen
sions

Motors

Main motor
Hydraulic pump motor
Blade rotation motor
Cooling motor
Length
Width
Height
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight
393939101

(L)
(W)
(H)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

800
800
800x90
700
720
800x700
530
530
800x530
7,5
1,5
0,37
3970
1380
2660
20 ~ 90 Inverter
54x1,6x8600
660
45
3400
39

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-A 1100 TECHNICAL DATA

DURMA

DCB-A 1100
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
(L)
Width
(W)
Height
(H)
Clamp height (B)
Hydraulic Upper Press Height
(C)
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
(A)
Weight
Oil Tank Capasity
Blade twisting angle
Dimensions

Motor
Powers

Cutting Capacities

90

404040101

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg
Lt.

Hydraulic Double Column Automatic


Bandsaw Machine
1100
1100
1100x1300
11
3
Hydraulic
0,37
5500
2400
3400
650
680
20 ~ 90 Non-gradual Electronics
67x1,6x12000
680
9400
45
65

40

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-S 1100 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

DURMA

HORIZONTAL BANDSAW HALF


AUTOMATIC

DCB-S 1100
CUTTING CAPACITIES

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Machine
Dimen
sions

Motors

Main motor
Hydraulic pump motor
Blade rotation motor
Cooling motor
Length
(L)
Width
(W)
Height
(H)
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
(A)
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight
414141101

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

1100
1100
1100x1300
840
840
1100x840
640
640
1100x640
11
2,2
0,37
5500
1660
3400
20 ~ 90 Inverter
67x1,6x12000
680
45
7500

41

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DURMA

DCB-A 1600 TECHNICAL DATA

Double Column Half Automatic


Bandsaw Machine

DCB-A 1600

Dimensions

Motor
Powers

Cutting Capacities

Round
90
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
(L)
Width
(W)
Height
(H)
Clamp height (B)
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
(A)
Weight
Oil Tank Capasity
Blade twisting angle
424242101

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg
Lt.

1600
1600
1600x2050
0,55
~7500
~3600
~5200
~1000
20 ~ 100 Non-gradual Electronics
80x1,6x16000
~800
~22000
?
90
42

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DURMA

DCB-S 1600 TECHNICAL DATA

DCB-S 1600
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
Width
Height

Dimensions

Motor
Powers

Cutting Capacities

90

(L)
(W)
(H)
Minimum Saw Body Height (W)
Clamp height
(B)
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
(A)
Weight
Oil Tank Capasity
Blade twisting angle

434343101

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg
Lt.

Double Column Half Automatic


Bandsaw Machine
1600
1600
1600x1600
1200
1200
1600x1200
900
900
1600x900
18,5
4
0,55
~6100
~2200
~4350
~3000
1000
20 ~ 100 Non-gradual Electronics
80x1,6x16000
680
~12500
?
90

43

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-M 460 TECHNICAL DATA

DCB-M 460
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
Width
Height
Clamp height
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
Weight
Oil Tank Capasity
Blade twisting angle
Dimensio Motor
ns
Powers

Cutting Capacities

90

444444101

(L)
(W)
(H)
(B)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg
Lt.

Hydraulic Double Column OneDirectional Angled Cutting Bandsaw


Machine
460
460
460x620
460
460
460x440
290
290
460x290
120
120
460X120
3
1,1
0.09
3000
1250
2000
280
20 ~ 90 Non-gradual Electronics
41x1,3x5800
680
2140
18
60
44

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-M 560 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

HORIZONTAL BANDSAW HALF


AUTOMATIC
Standard Rotating table

DCB-M 560

Cutting Capacities

90

60

45

30

Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
Square
Rectangle

Machine
Dimen
sions

Motors

Main motor
Hydraulic pump motor
Blade rotation motor
Cooling motor
Length
(L)
Width
(W)
Height
(H)
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
(A)
Oil Tank Capasity
Weight

454545101

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Lt.
Kg

580
560
560x1050
580
560
560x880
580
560
560x700
470
470
560x470
7,5
1,5
0,37
4100
2080
2620
20 ~ 100 Inverter
54x1,6x8200
780
18
5300

45

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-M 800 TECHNICAL DATA

DCB-M 800
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
Width
Height
Clamp height
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
Weight
Oil Tank Capasity
Blade twisting angle
Dimen
sions

Motor
Powers

Cutting Capacities

90

464646101

(L)
(W)
(H)
(B)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg
Lt.

Hydraulic Double Column OneDirectional Angled Cutting Bandsaw


Machine
800
800
800x920
550
550
800x550
400
400
800x400
200
200
800x200
7,5
1,5
0,37
3970
1720
2890
470
20 ~ 90 Non-gradual Electronics
54x1,6x8600
885
5860
45
60
46

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DURMA

DCB-DM 560 TECHNICAL DATA

DCB-DM 560
Round
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
Width
Height
Clamp height
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
Weight
Blade twisting angle
Dimen
sions

Motor
Powers

Cutting Capacities

90

474747101

(L)
(W)
(H)
(B)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg

Hydraulic Double Column OneDirectional Angled Cutting Bandsaw


Machine
580
560
560x1050
580
560
560x880
580
560
560x700
470
470
560x470
7,5
3
0,37
4100
2080
2620
450
20 ~ 100 Kademesiz Elektronik
54x1,6x8200
780
5300
60

47

ORIGINAL GUIDE

DCB-FA 330 TECHNICAL DATA

DURMA

Hydraulic Dual Column Fully Automatic


Band Saw Machine

DCB-FA 330

Dimen
sions

Motor
Powers

Cutting Capacities

Round
90
Square
Rectangle
Round
60
Square
Rectangle
Round
45
Square
Rectangle
Round
30
Square
Rectangle
Cutting motor
Hydraulic motor
Material driving motor
Cooling motor
Length
Width
Height
Clamp height
Cutting speed
Blade dimensions
Working height
Weight
Blade twisting angle

484848101

(L)
(W)
(H)
(B)

(A)

mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kW
kW
kW
kW
mm
mm
mm
mm
m/min
mm
mm
Kg

330
330
330x370
310
310
330x310
220
220
330x220
120
120
330x120
1,5
0,55
1,1
0.09
1950
2150
1710
200
20 ~ 100 Kademesiz Elektronik
27 x 0,9 x 3900
700
1200
90

48

ORIGINAL GUIDE
2.7 The main pieces of the machine
The frontal view of the machine

Figure -2.13
1

BODY

Figure / Code
Number
B8042010100

LOWER COLUMN BEARING

B8042020001

17

DURMA
DURMA

Piece number

PIECE NAME and STANDARD NUMBER

Weight
KG
220

COMPANY /
CERTIFICATE
DURMA

CUTTING TABLE

B8042020100

260

RIGHT FRONT COVER

B8042032900

--

DURMA

DRIVE ROLLER

B8042030802

52

DURMA

LEFT RECTIFICATION ARM

B8042031501

34

DURMA

LEFT FLAP

B8042030201

140

DURMA

IDLE ROLLER

B8042030801

49

DURMA

LEFT FRONT COVER

B8042032900

--

DURMA

10

TELESCOPIC BLADE PROTECTION

B8042031100

--

DURMA

11

ELECTRICAL PANEL

336709000514

48

EKINPANO/CE

12

BLADE

2010901410

--

LENOX / CE

13

MOVABLE CLAMP

B8042020700

130

DURMA

14

LENGTH ADJUSTMENT MECHANISM

B8032180001

--

DURMA

15

LOOPHOLE

B8032061004

20

DURMA

16

CHIP BOX

B8046180700

--

DURMA

17

FIXED CLAMP

B8042020600

180

DURMA

18

BRUSH GUARD

B8042300001

--

DURMA

19

BRUSH MECHANISM ASSEMBLY

B8032032700

--

DURMA

20

MATERIAL TABLE ASSEMBLY

B8033190000

105

DURMA

494949101

49

ORIGINAL GUIDE

The rear view of the machine

Figure -2.14
Piece number

PIECE NAME and STANDARD NUMBER

Figure / Code Number

Weight
KG
80

COMPANY /
CERTIFICATE
YILMAZ
REDKTR/CE
YILMAZ
REDKTR/CE
DURMA

21

MAIN MOTOR

9170001460

22

DRIVING MOTOR

3300102631

23

FIXED CLAMP GUARD

B8043020900

--

24

MATERIAL DRIVING REDUCER GUARD

B8043021500

--

DURMA

25

DIRECTION CHANGING BOX ASSEMBLY

B8043020400

--

DURMA

26

MANUAL MULTIPLE CUTTING APPARATUS

B8043021600

--

DURMA

27

LIFTING CYLINDER ASSEMBLY (DCB 560)

B8042070000

28

HYDRAULIC UNIT 1,1 KW 3,2CC 12LT TANK

3605100073

29

CENTRIFUGE PUMP BP12

3434000398

30

ROLLER TENSIONING GUIDE

505050101

B8032031202

25

16
---

DURMA
HYDRO
PACK/CE
DEGISIM
MOTOR
DURMA

50

ORIGINAL GUIDE

Piece number

PIECE NAME and STANDARD NUMBER

Figure / Code
Number

Weight
KG

COMPANY /
CERTIFICATE

31

ROLLER TENSIONING CYLINDER

B8042030102

--

DURMA

32

CLAMP TIGHTENING CYLINDER

B8042020200

--

DURMA

33

ROLLER TENSIONING ROTATION WHEEL

B8042032606

--

DURMA

34

CABLE CHANNEL

3770002145

--

CPS / CE

35

GUIDED BODY INTERMEDIATE COVER

B8042030008

--

DURMA

36

UPPER BRIDGE

B8042050000

--

DURMA

37

CHAIN TENSIONING GEAR 2

B8043020108

--

DURMA

38

CHAIN DOUBLE SEQUENCED 1/2

0803000042

--

ZIMAS/CE

39

CHAIN TENSIONING GEAR 1

B8043020106

--

DURMA

40

CAM SHAFT

B8043020105

--

41

ROLLER TENSIONING CYLINDER GUARD

B8042030007

--

CPS50.75.BO

THE DETAILS OF THE LENGTH AND HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT APPARATUS

Figure -2.15
Piece number

PIECE NAME and STANDARD NUMBER

Figure / Code
Number

Weight
KG

DURMA
DURMA

COMPANY

LENGTH ADJUSTMENT SWITCH PIN

B8004100004

--

LENGTH ADJUSTMENT SWITCH SHELL

B8004100005

--

LENGTH ADJUSTMENT SWITCH CONNECTION PIECE

B8004100003

--

DURMA

SWITCH CONNECTION PIECE

B1010010013

--

DURMA

LENGTH MEASUREMENT RULER TAG ETK:8002-015

3903013075

--

SAHELLER/CE

515151101

51

ORIGINAL GUIDE
CONTROL PANEL
0
1
2

13

15

14

7
4

set

GE
ER N

CY

EM

12

START

S TO P

10

11

STOP

GETK.8042.001

Figure -2.16
Piece
number
1

PIECE NAME and STANDARD NUMBER


START BUTTON

Figure / Code
Number

Weight
KG

COMPANY /
CERTIFICATE

3300700470

--

SIEMENS / CE
SIEMENS / CE

STOP BUTTON

3300700490

--

ALARM LAMP

3301400102

--

SIEMENS / CE

WATER PUMP SWITCH

3300700355

--

HIDROPAR/CE

SAW UPWARD BUTTON

3300700450

--

SIEMENS / CE

SAW DOWNWARD BUTTON

3300700450

--

SIEMENS / CE

BACK DRIVING BUTTON

3300700450

--

SIEMENS / CE

FORWARD DRIVING BUTTON

3300700450

--

SIEMENS / CE

MANUAL / AUTO SELECTIVE BUTTON

3300700450

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SIEMENS / CE

10

CLAMP RELEASING BUTTON

3300700450

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SIEMENS / CE

11

CLAMP TIGHTENING BUTTON

3300700450

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SIEMENS / CE

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EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON

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SIEMENS / CE

13

COUNTER

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EMKO / CE

14

DIGITAL EPM 3790

3303910171

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EMKO / CE

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MAIN PIECES OF THE MOVABLE CLAMP

MAIN PIECES OF THE CHIP CONVEYOR

Figure -2.17

Piece
number

PIECE NAME and STANDARD NUMBER

WELDED ASSEMBLY OF THE CONVEYOR

CONVEYOR MOTOR REDUCER

3
4
5

Figure / Code Number

3300102626

DURMA
YILMAZ RED./CE

HELIX ASSEMBLY

8052.07.01.20

DURMA

KONVEYOR REDUCER FLANGE

8052.07.00.07

DURMA

6206 -BEARING

3603600022

ORS / CE

GRAPHITE BUSH PAP 3545 P10

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BUSHING/CE

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DIN 912

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2.8 Standard and optional accessories in the machine
2.8.1 Standard accessories
Hydraulic Material Tightening: The fixation of the materials, which are to be cut, between the
clamps is one of the most important factors for the cutting process. The material, which is tightened
by the hydraulic cylinder driven clamps, is fixed during the cutting process without being loosened.
Cutting Speed which can be Adjusted in a non-gradual manner: For obtaining ideal cuttings, the
cutting speed should be adjusted to a suitable value. When the cutting speed is low or high, the
cutting results are bad and the blade life is decreased. The cutting speed can be easily adjusted to
the desired speed through the digital display on the control panel in a non-gradual manner.
Motorized 90 Rolled Driven Clamp: This is the simplest and most rapid material driving system
among the automatic models. All of the rolls are driven by a chain from the motor outlet. It provides
great advantages in all of the general purpose cuttings.
Bimetal Bandsaw: As a standard, in all of the bandsaw machines, one bimetal bandsaw is given so
as to be compliant with the general usage. When desired, different models or the blades in tooth step
can be provided as extra.
Cooling System: Thanks to the strong centrifuge pump, in watery sections, water-based borate oil is
adjusted with the desired flow rate and sent to the cutting region and to the blade bearings. The
machine is delivered so as not to have borate oil.
Cutting Height Adjustment: The positioning of the blade at a substantial height according to the
height of the materials to be cut, provides great time saving by decreasing the waiting time in the
cycle particularly in serial cuttings.
Bearing and Carbide Type Blade Bedding: When a suitable saw blade is used, the perpendicularity
and the glibness of the cutting mostly depend on the blade bearings. Thanks to the carbide metals
which contact with the lateral surfaces of the blade so as to have a suitable space and parallelism and
thanks to the bearings on the back surface, cuttings with ideal perpendicularity and glibness are
realized. Thanks to this, the blade and material costs and the after-cutting labor are minimized.
Chip Brush: During the cutting process, the cleaning of the chips existing between the teeth of the
blade is very important for the life of the blade. These chips are substantially cleaned by the chip
brush rotating by means of the blade effect. The chip accumulation around the saw body is
prevented.
Hydro-mechanical Blade Tensioning: During the manual tensioning of the blade, it provides the
ideal tension to be seen on the manometer. It stops the system in case the blade is broken.
Mechanical Upper Press: In the multiple cutting of the materials in binding form, the packet is
prevented from being distributed since the roll, which has bearing and which is adjusted by hand,
applies pressure from above.

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Electrical Length Adjustment: In automatic models, the length adjustment of the material to be cut
is realized by fixing, by hand, of the mechanic stop in the desired dimension up to 600 mm. In serial
cuttings, rolled driven clamp drives the material up to the stop and when it contacts with the stop, the
desired length dimension is obtained, and the driving process ends and the cutting process begins.
When the cutting is finished, the piece falls and the cycle is repeated.
Piece counter: In automatic models, the number of the material to be cut is entered and serial
cuttings are provided to be realized. Besides, it also illustrates the alarm and cutting data regarding
the machine.
1200mm Material Table: By means of the bearing type rolled material table existing in the inlet or
outlet of the machine, the material to be cut can be easily driven. One table is provided together with
the related machine as a standard. Since the additional tables can be added one after the other,
longer materials can also be supported.

2.8.2 Optional accessories


Hydraulic Blade Tensioning: It provides the blade tensioning process to be realized through the
control panel without human force. When ideal tension is provided, the tensioning process is ended. It
stops the system in case the blade is broken.
Motorized Chip Brush: The chips remaining between the teeth of the blade during cutting should be
cleaned for the lifetime of the blade to be longer. By means of motorized chip brush, these chips are
substantially cleaned. Chip accumulation around the blade body is prevented.
NC Control System: In automatic models, operation of all of the functions becomes easier with the
programming of the length, cutting number and other parameters through the touch-screen. The
measuring of the material, which is pressed between the roller driven clamps, by the encoder, and
cutting of said material in the desired length are provided without the need for the switch type
automatic length stop system.
Chip Conveyor: Particularly during the cutting of full materials, the output chip amount is excessive
and it has to be cleaned frequently. By means of the motorized chip conveyor, the accumulated chips
are discharged from the machine.
Laser Marking System: It facilitates the length adjustment of the material to be cut. From the laser
line reflected onto the material surface, without the need for the front surface of the bandsaw, the
length dimension and the point where the material will be cut can be easily seen. By positioning the
saw blade upwardly from the material, during the advancing of the material, it is prevented from being
damaged. This facilitates operation in half automatic models and particular cutting processes.
Automatic Cutting Pressure Control: In order to provide ideal cuttings, the adjustment of the
suitable lowering speed is very important. If the lowering speed is low or excessive, the cuttings are
deteriorated and the blade lifetime is shortened. By means of automatic cutting pressure control, the
blade is provided to function with ideal load during the cutting process, the blade lifetime is

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engthened.
Micro-spray Cooling System: Particularly during the cutting of walled materials (Pipe, Profile, U, I,
H, L), it is used instead of the borate oil which is used for cooling the heated blade. By spraying air
and micronized particular cutting lubricant mixture to the tooth ends of the saw, the chips on the teeth
can be removed in an easier manner, the heating formed on the teeth is decreased and the blade
lifetime is increased. It is ecologic, besides, it minimizes the borate oil costs.

2.8.3 Particular solutions

For cutting long materials easily, order Material Tables with particular dimensions.

Contact with the manufacturer company for Different Clamp Height Solutions.

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2.9 Noise
2.9.1 Noise measurement levels

When the machine is idle......55......dB

When the machine is operating with load......58.....dB

Water pump......52......dB

NOTE: The measurements are realized according to the EN ISO 11202 noise measurement standard in the direction of
the standard EN 12100.

The noise limit is designed to be at the minimum level. The design is prepared in the direction of the belowmentioned factors:

Figure -2.19

Operator position measurement point (5)

In the rollers where the blade is bedded, bearings and guides, which function without noise, are used.

The flexible hoses are insulated from the pump and manifold assembled to the machine.

In case the valves function during pressure, hydraulic circuit designs are selected which prevent the noise which
may be formed as a result of the hydraulic.

Couplings are used between the motor and the pump which prevent vibration.

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2.10 Standards used in saw design
In the design of DCB series columned type machines, the TS EN 13898 standard is used. During the
assembly steps, by using certificated safety members compliant with the standards, operating conditions with
0 accident with high safety are desired to be obtained.
EN 13898

Machine Safety Simple designs, design for the general principles


Item 1 : Simple terminology, methodology.

EN 292-2

Machine Safety - Simple designs, design for the general principles

EN 292-1

Item 2 : Technical principles and properties.

EN 418

Machine Safety Emergency stop fixtures and functional pieces.

EN 953

Machine Safety - Traceability (fixed, movable).

EN 982
EN 60204-1

Machine Safety Safety rules for the fluid systems and pieces Hydraulic.
Machine Safety Electrical equipment of the industrial machines.
Item 1: General rules.

Figure 2.20

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PART 3 - INSTRUCTIONS FOR MACHINE TRANSPORTATION
3.1 Transportation of the machine

Q : 2450 kg.

A
C

B
Figure 3.1
There are four carrying hooks on the machine. This is illustrated as A, B, C and D in Figure 3-1.
Before starting the carrying process, fix the movable members (clamp, rotating table, electrical panel, etc.).
Take the guided body to the bottom position. Fix the members which can be rotated.
Do not carry machine members like material table, which are used externally, together with the
machine. Carry these members after the machine is carried and placed.
Connect the hoist hook and carrying hooks by means of a firm rope, and afterwards, place the machine to a
suitable place inside the plant.

Attention!

During the carrying of the machine, be sure that the machine is positioned so as not to give
damage to the machine and to the environment.

While positioning the machine, taking into consideration that the piece to be cut is to be driven, be sure
that the machine is positioned so as not to give damage to the personnel, to the machine and to the
environment.

Attention! During hoist movement and during carrying, there should not be any person under the
carried material and comply with the general carrying rules.

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TASIMA SEKLI
WEIGHT : 2600 Kg.

Figure 3.2

During transportation and storing, in order for our machines not to be affected from the environmental
conditions, our machines are wrapped by nylon folio.

When the machine arrives at the place where it is to be operated or stored, tools like crane, hoist, lifter,
etc. should be ready and the region where the machine will be placed should be completed and the
environmental conditions of the region where the machine will be placed should be suitable.

On the concrete where the machine will be installed, there should not be cracks and spaces.

Before bringing the machine to its final position, check the anchorage bolts, be sure these bolts are in
the correct place. Balancing bolts should be lubricated and they should be placed on the ground with the
whole length.

Attention! Before beginning the carrying process, fix the movable members. Take the
guided body to the lowest position. Fix the rotatable members.

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3.2 REMOVING THE PACKAGE
After placing the machine to its place, take it from the package thereof carefully. During the removal
of the package, do not give damage to the machine.

PART 4 - STORING CONDITIONS


If the machine will not be used for a long time:

Remove the saw blade and preserve it.

Empty the hydraulic lubricant.

Empty the cooling liquid.

Clean the dust and chips on the machine.

Lubricate with protective lubricant.

Protect the machine from excessive sunlight.

Storing in open area (in rainy environment) should be avoided. The valve sockets may be damaged or
the electrical system may be damaged.

Package the machine so that dust does not enter.

Attention! If the machine will not be used for a long time, keep it in packaged form in a dry
environment.

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PART 5 - MACHINE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
5.1 The working area of the machine
For machine installation, prepare the region illustrated by dashed lines in Figure 5-1. The area, which
you determine the general borders, will be the safe operating area of your machine. While operating on the
machine, there should be no person inside these areas. The length of the material you cut can be long.
Determine the operating area by giving attention that the area, the material will be loaded to the machine, is at
least equal to L + 500. If possible, leave the feeding area open.
The balance bolts of the machine should be supported by suitable metal pieces. As can be seen in
Figure 5-2, the machine should be fixed to the ground by anchorage bolts. Prior to fixation, the concrete
should be made compliant to the machine. Moreover, using bolts with the required sizes and quality, this
process can be realized. The machine should be checked by means of sensitive balance apparatus (water
balance or digital balance). The recommended balance planes are the surfaces on which the clamp functions.
The rear material table is balanced by balancing the material table onto the lower surface whereon the clamps
function.
The balance of the machine is adjusted by the tightening and loosening of the bolts which are placed
separately in each leg.
THE BODY OF THE MACHINE SHOULD NOT BE SUBJECTED TO BE TWISTED IN ANY CASE.
5.2 Machine installation

THE
MAT
ERI
AL
TO
BE
CUT

THE CUT MATERIAL


+ 500

Figure 5.1

Attention! The length of the material to be cut should not be greater than the length of
the material table.

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5.3 Machine placement

NUT M12
DIN 934

BOLT M12x30
DIN 933

WASHER

SHEET PLATE
CONCRETE
ANCHORAGE
BOLT

A DETAIL

Figure 5.2

Attention! The machine should be installed by trained personnel.

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5.4 Electrical connections

Connect the machine to the main supply by means of standard electrical cables. The machine is arranged with
respect to 3 phase main voltage. The cable input is through under the electrical panel, the cable ends should
be connected to the terminals illustrated in the electrical schema.
The electrical connections of the machine should be realized by qualified personnel.
1. In order to realize a correct electrical connection, first of all be sure that the main switch of the machine is
closed. Afterwards, realize 3 phased cable and grounding connection.
2. Connect the L1, L2, L3 and N and PE end of the cables to the terminal inside the electrical panel.
3. After you connect the cable ends, apply power to the panel. If the connection is correct, bring the main
switch on the electrical panel from 0 to 1 position (it is on the control panel).
4. Bring the switch numbered 1 on the machine control panel (Figure 5-3) from 0 to 1 position. The light of
the screens should turn on. If the screens do not turn on, this shows that there is problem in the electrical
connection. By changing the places of the cable ends, the machine should be COMPLETELY INSULATED
and the phase of the machine should be interrupted and the connections should be checked.
5. After the screen is turned on, press the button numbered 2. The hydraulic pump operates. Now the machine
is ready for functioning. After you observe that the blade functions after pressing the button numbered 3, stop
the blade by pressing the button numbered 4.
6. Panel feeding voltage is 24 volt; Solenoid coil feeding voltage is equal to 24 DC. Each solenoid coil
adjustment is connected to the circuit by means of separate relays.
Local (coming to the machine) voltage should be checked by assessing the transformer and the main
motor voltage. Connect the suitable supply cable to the machine and apply power after checking.
1

Figure 5.3

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5.4.1 Motor direction
Cutting motor will be seen when observed from the rear of the machine. The rotation direction of the
cutting motor, which rotates the cutting blade, should not be changed. In order for the teeth on the blade to
realize cutting, the teeth should face the motor side and they have to rotate towards the motor. Material
feeding motor is adjusted so as to be able to rotate in both directions. For feeding the material, the clamps
should be tightened. In order to be able to realize cutting in the desired size, the newly designed driving group
facilitates the cutting process for the user.
Check the rotation direction of the machine motors.

CUTTING MOTOR DIRECTION

BLADE DIRECTION

DRIVING MOTOR
DIRECTION

Machinenin

Figure 5.4
5.4.2 Motor current values
kW

q
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5.5 First checks
All of the sensitive adjustments of the machine are realized by qualified personnel in our company in
the final control step.
The electrical powering connections are described in the previous title. Though, check the belowmentioned items.
5.5.1 Cooling liquid
Take borate oil, which is equal to 10 % of the depot capacity, and take water, and mix the borate oil
and water inside a vessel substantially.
Exemplary Application: For a depot of 60 liters, mix 6 liters of borate oil and 54 liters of water. Pour the
prepared mixture to the grid holes on the chip box carefully. While filling the cutting liquid, be careful not to
pour the liquid outwardly.
Carefully pour the 60 liters of cutting liquid, which was prepared outside beforehand, to the machine
pool. Afterwards, take the cooling pump switch, which is illustrated by number 3 in Figure 5-3, to the right
position. Be sure that the cooling water is pressed by the related pump. Afterwards, take the cooling pump
switch to the left position and interrupt water flow.
After checking that the cooling water pump functions in a correct manner, bring the saw to the upper
border position in the plant adjustment by pressing the saw upward button which is mentioned in the previous
title.
5.5.2 Hydraulic Unit
The hydraulic unit comprises hydraulic depot and valves (Figure 5-5). The hydraulic unit, which does
not occupy much space in the machine, provides high efficiency and it provides the hydraulic of the machine.

Hydraulic Depot capacity is 12 liters.

Figure 5.5

Attention! Check the grounding connection of the hydraulic power unit. Check the lubricant level. If
it is missing, fill it.

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Realize the hydraulic level check and the


filling process from here.

Realize the pressure


adjustment from here.

Figure 5.6
The power unit comprises three units:
1. Electrical motor
2. Solenoid valves
3. Tank (Hydraulic Depot)
The electrical motor has 3 synchronized types or single-step normally operating B14 type or continuous
unshielded version (model). DC, functioning with 12 and 24 volt, serves the valve block for the front shield of
the motors.
The solenoid members are cartridge type. Their coils can function with 12, 24 V DC voltages. And 110,
220 V Rac, Binders are under DIN 43650.
5.5.3 Hydraulic Unit Cleaning
The cleaning of hydraulic unit is realized by cloth fabric. Other members can not be used. The fabric
should not be dispersed onto the surface. Once a year, the lubricant in the tank should be cleaned and
moreover, the tank should be cleaned. The lubricant change should be realized in the following manner.
The pressure in the system is discharged. The electrical connection of the hydraulic unit is interrupted. The
pipe (tube) is removed. The hydraulic unit screws are removed by means of a screwdriver. The unit is placed
vertically on the tank. The repairing screw is removed and the tank elbows are placed again. The electrical
motor is placed together with the center block. The old lubricant is discharged. The tank inner surface is
cleaned. In addition to this, the suctioning filter is also cleaned.
The electrical motor with center block is cleaned and afterwards it is placed inside the tank. The
repairing screw and the elbow are screwed. The assembled unit is put into operating position. The mentioned
amount of hydraulic lubricant is carefully put into the tank through the opening illustrated in Figure 5-6. The air
hole should be tightly closed. The pipe (tube) is assembled. And the hydraulic unit is joined with the electrical
motor.

Attention! Operation using dirty oil decreases the lifetime of the machine.

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5.5.4 Hydraulic Unit pressure adjustment


The pressure adjustment in the hydraulic unit is realized by the RV08-2A valve. The pressure
adjustment should be realized through the place illustrated in Figure 5-6.
A pressure adjustment is assembled to part P. The adjustment screw is removed. The adjustment
screw should be removed completely.
The hydraulic unit is operated and the adjustment screw is made active until the desired pressure level
is reached. Afterwards, the adjustment screw is locked.

Attention! While realizing pressure adjustment, look at the pressure tag. Never exceed the
pressure mentioned on the machine.

PART 6 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMMISSIONING THE MACHINE


6.1 Commissioning

Figure 6.1
For testing the hydraulic system, be sure that the saw is in the top position and be sure that there
is no material between the clamp and the saw.
Turn the machine turning-on button, which is illustrated by number 1, towards right and take it to
the final position.
Press the operate pump button illustrated by number 2. Check if the hydraulic system operates.
Press the operate cutting motor button illustrated by number 3, and be sure that the bandsaw
turns in the correct direction towards right when viewed from the front side.
For stopping, press once to the stop button illustrated by number 4.

Attention! For the failures checked, look at the Probable Failures, Reasons and the
Repairing Routes part.

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6.2 Powering
Connect the R, S, T phases of the supply to the L1, L2, and L3 connectors inside the electrical panel
by means of 5x2.5 mm2 cable.
During the connections, be sure that the supply switch is closed.
Be sure that you connect the protective grounding of the plant to the yellow green grounding
connector of the bench.
After taking the required safety precautions, bring the supply switch to the open position. Afterwards, bring the
main switch on the electrical panel cover of the machine to 1 position. If the power connections are realized in
a correct manner, the lights on the control panel will turn on.

12

10

13

E R GE N

CY

EM

set

11

START

STOP

Button numbered 9

Button numbered 5

STOP

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Figure 6.2
6.3 Confirmation of the machine
The numbers, which exist on the speed control device and on the counter illustrated by 12 and 13,
appear on the screen. Turn the button numbered 9 towards left, and take it to the manual position, and press
the saw upward button illustrated by number 5.
When this button is pressed, if the saw is lifted upwardly, the connections are correct. Otherwise, the
phases are connected in an inverse manner.
Interrupt the power supply and change the cable ends in the L1 and L2 connectors.
When the machine is lifted upwardly, it will stop at the upper limit when it contacts with the switch
which is illustrated in Figure 6-3 and which exists on the guided body in the upper reference point. This
process shows that the machine is operating in a correct manner and that the safety switch operates well.

Figure 6.3
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PART 7 USAGE INSTRUCTIONS

7.1 Users region

The machine is designed so as to be operated with one (1) operator.


Do not approach the movable points while the machine is in operation. Comply with the values
mentioned in the safety distance dimension (Figure 5-1).
While the machine is in operation, the region where the operator has to exist is given in Figure 7-1. If
the user exists in these regions, accidents may occur.
Since the cutting table, which moves downwardly and upwardly, is close to the electrical panel, if the
user approaches his hands towards the rear of the panel, accidents may occur. Therefore, do not
approach hands to the rear of the electrical panel.

Figure 7.1

Attention ! The electrical panel can be on the right or on the left depending on the machine model. This does not change
the dangers and warnings above.

Attention! IN CASE OF AN INJURY, A DOCTOR SHOULD BE CALLED OR THE INJURED


PERSON SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO A HEALTH CENTER EMERGENTLY.

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7.1.1 Prior to cutting
In the cutting table on the electrical panel, the suitable cutting conditions for the material to be cut
are described. In this table; the most suitable cutting speed, the blade type to be used, tooth number, and if
watery cutting can be realized or not can be seen.
Prior to cutting, the blade bearings should be adjusted according to the material to be cut. Take the blade
bearing to the desired position by turning the turning wheel existing on the arm and tighten the fixation screw.
Be sure that the blade bearing does not hit the clamps. Do not forget that if the bearing is close to the
material, the cutting will be realized in a steeper and smoother manner.
7.1.2 Cutting

10

11

13

12

Figure 7.2

1. By turning the button 1 switch in Figure 7-2, turn on the machine and operate the pump using button 2.
2. By taking the blade to the upper position by means of Button 3, carefully place the material to be cut
between the clamps.
3. Tighten the clamp (Button 4) without deforming the material to be cut; and using the driving buttons,
adjust (Button 5-6) the length of the material to be cut.
4. By pressing the start button illustrated by 7, operate the cutting motor. Observe the movement of the
blade.
5. According to the type of the material to be cut, turn the water motor functioning switch, which is
illustrated by 8, to the right, and thereby provide the flowing of the cooling water. Adjust the water flow
through the valves on the blade bearings and on the clamp.
6. By pressing the button illustrated by 9, check the lowering of the saw head by means of the saw speed
adjustment valve illustrated by 10.
7. Adjust the rotation speed of the bandsaw by means of the potentiometer on the saw speed adjustment
device illustrated by 11.
8. Realize the material cutting using the adjusted cutting speed and the lowering speed.
9. In case of any failure, press the stop button illustrated by 12, in case of an emergency, press the
emergency stop button illustrated by 13.

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7.1.3 Language Selection
For selecting the screen language as English or Turkish; use the + button in manual mode. When pressed
once, the other language will be selected.
7.1.4 Counter usage

1.

2.

M
3.

Attention!

There are six buttons in the counter for entering the


target number. These are illustrated by G,H,I,J,K,L. G
is used for changing the number in the units digit, H is
used for changing the number in the 10s digit, I is used
for changing the number in the hundreds digit, J is
used for thousands digit, K for 10.000s digit, and L is
used for changing the number in the 100.000s digit.
When these buttons are pressed, the number always
increments by 1. If it is 0, it becomes 1, if it is 1, it
becomes 2. When pressed if the number is 9, it
returns to 0 again.
The reset button illustrated by M in the counter is used
for resetting the number of cuts. The LOCK button,
which is illustrated by N in the figure, cancels the
resetting button. When the LOCK button is pressed
again, the resetting button can be used.

The hydraulic clamps can be tightened and loosened only when there is no cutting process. If
there is no material between the clamps, the following warning message appears on the
screen.

7.1.5 Digital potentiometer

1. Press the Set button once for a short time. The


revolution (as revolution/minute) on the screen will
start flashing.
2. Using the ? and s buttons, adjust the revolution
speed.
3. In case the ? and s buttons are pressed, firstly the
0.1s, afterwards the 1s, afterwards the 10s digit will
increase or decrease.
4. Confirm this value by pressing the set button again.
5. If the set button is not pressed for confirmation, it will turn to the prior revolution value 10 seconds later.

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7.2 Operating the machine
7.2.1 Manual cutting
0
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ERGEN

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CY

1. Take the machine to the manual cutting mode by turning


the button 3 to the left.

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4

6
5

S T OP

2. In manual operation, if there is material between the


clamps and if there is no alarm, the following screen will
appear:

11

10

START

2
STOP

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3. In case of a failure, in both manual and automatic mode, the following screen will appear.

As can also be seen from above, the alarm cases are the following:
a. The emergency stop button is pressed,
b. Inverter warning,
c. The thermal protection of the cooling and driving motors (overloading) and
d. The blade is loosened.
4. In case where the blade is loosened, tighten the blade by turning the blade tightening unit and observing
the blade pressure if the blade is mechanic; and if the blade is hydraulic, tighten the blade by means of the
button numbered 11.
5. In hydraulic blade tightening, pressure switch with hysteresis is used. If you tighten the blade with 120
bars, the alarm message on the screen will disappear. On the other hand, when the pressure is 70 bars,
the blade will loosen and it will give alarm.
Hydraulic blade tightening can only be realized in the manual mode and when the cutting motor is not
functioning.
6. By pressing the blade upward button illustrated by 9, lift the blade head upwardly.
7. By pressing the downward button illustrated by 10, lower the head in a hydraulically controlled manner.
When the blade head is above the material, it will move downwardly in a rapid manner. When the contact arm
(blade) contacts with the material, the valve, illustrated by 12, will be activated and it will move downwardly in
the adjusted low speed (both during the cutting process and when there is no cutting).

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0
1

EM

12

ERGEN

14

CY

8. Press the forward button (illustrated by 8), and feed


the material forward on the clamp. Press the button
which is illustrated by 7, and take the material back.

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13

7
4

6
5

S T OP

11

10

9. If watery cutting is to be realized, turn the water motor


button (illustrated by 4) to the right and thereby the
cooling water flows. Adjust the water flow through
the valves on the flexible hose and the
rectification arm.

START

2
STOP

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10. For starting the cutting process, press the start cutting motor button illustrated by 1. The cutting process
will begin only when there is no contact between the material contact arm (blade) and the material.
11. In case of a failure, press the stop button illustrated by 2, when there is a more emergent case, press
the emergency stop button illustrated by 13.
12. Adjust the hydraulic lowering speed of the head by means of the valve illustrated by 12.
13. Adjust the rotation speed of the bandsaw by means of the digital potentiometer illustrated by 15.

Attention! The cooling liquid will only flow while the cutting motor is functioning during the
cutting process. Take precautions for preventing the sloshing of the cooling liquid.

7.2.1 Automatic cutting

1. Take the machine to the automatic cutting mode by turning button 3 to the right.
2. During automatic operation, if there is material between the clamps, and if there is no alarm condition, the
following screen will appear.

3. Adjust the length adjustment apparatus (illustrated in the figure) according to the size of the material to be
cut. For this reason, use the ruler illustrated by D.

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4. After adjusting the length to be cut, enter the number, you desire to cut, through the smart relay. In the

5.
6.

7.
8.
9.

adjustment of the numbers to be cut:


a. + button is used for increasing the number to be cut,
b. - button is used for decreasing the number to be cut,
c. OK button is used for resetting the number being cut and the number to be cut,
d. A button is used for passing from the units digit to the 10s digit and to the hundreds digit, in the
numbers to be cut,
e. The B button is used for realizing the inverse of the function of the A button.
f. When the ESC button is pressed for a short time, the screen is illuminated.
If watery cutting is to be realized, turn the water motor activate button (illustrated by 6) to the right and the
cooling water flows. Adjust the water flow through the valves on the flexible hose and the
rectification arm.
For starting the cutting process, press the cutting motor activate button (illustrated by 1). If the head is not
in the upper position, it will automatically rise to the TOP limit, and afterwards, it will start the cutting
process. However, this is valid for the first start cutting. In the second and in the next cutting processes,
0.5 seconds after the material is released from the contact arm, the other processes will continue.
In case of any failure, press the stop button illustrated by 2, when there is a more emergent case, press
the emergency stop button illustrated by 13.
Adjust the hydraulic lowering speed of the head by means of the valve illustrated by 12.
Adjust the rotation speed of the bandsaw by means of the digital potentiometer illustrated by 15.

Attention! DCB-A Machine does not realize


angled cutting. Do not try to realize angled
cutting. Note: For the angled cutting machines,
contact with the manufacturer.

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7.2.3 Siemens Simatic Panel

DCB-A 560
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ALARM PAGE
IT SHOWS THE ALARMS WHICH THE
MACHINE GIVES OUT AT THAT MOMENT
AND IN THE PAST

The figures on the guide can be different from your machine.

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MAIN MENU

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10:59:59 AM

THE PASSAGE TO THE DESIRED PART


CAN BE PROVIDED

IT IS USED FOR RETURNING TO


THE HOME PAGE.

WORKPAGE
IF THE BUTTONS ARE FLASHING, THE CLAMPS
ARE TIGHTENED.
IF THE BUTTONS ARE FLASHING, THE SAW
HEAD IS UPWARDS.
CLAMP
THIS IS THE PAGE WHERE WE CAN SEE THE
PROCESSES OF THE MACHINE. WE CAN SEE
THE NUMBER OF CUTS, THE TOTAL NUMBER,
THE OPERATING MODE AND THE FRACTION
OF THE PROGRAM WHICH IS FINISHED.
IN MANUAL MODE, IN ORDER FOR THE
MACHINE TO START, THE FRONT COVER HAS
TO BE CLOSED, THE BLADE SHOULD BE IN
TENSIONED STATE, THE BLADE HEAD
SHOULD BE IN THE UPPER LIMIT AND THE
CLAMP SHOULD BE IN THE TIGHTENED
POSITION.

PROTECTION LOCKING
THIS IS USED FOR PREVENTING THE USAGE OTHER
THAN THE OPERATOR.

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CUTTING PROGRAM PAGE


THIS IS USED FOR FORMING A NEW PROGRAM,
NAMING, SAVING, CLEARING OF ALL THE TABLES
AND FOR REACHING THE PROGRAMS WHICH WERE
SAVED BEFORE.

CUTTING PROGRAM PAGE


.

SINGLE MATERIAL FEEDING PAGE


DCB FA 330
10:59:59 AM

FEED BACK: THE BUTTON FOR FEEDING BACK THE


ENTERED MATERIAL
FEED FORWARD: THE BUTTON FOR FEEDING
FORWARD THE ENTERED MATERIAL
IT IS USED FOR TAKING THE MOVABLE FEEDING
GROUP TO THE FORWARD REFERENCE POINT.
IT IS USED FOR TAKING THE MOVABLE FEEDING
GROUP TO THE REVERSE REFERENCE POINT
ON THIS PAGE, FORWARD OR BACKWARD FEEDING
GROUPS ARE POSITIONED, WHICH ARE IN NUMBER
EQUAL TO THE ENTERED NUMBER.

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USER ADJUSTMENTS
THIS IS THE PART WHERE THE LANGUAGE
SELECTION, MEASUREMENT UNIT, CLOCK
ADJUSTMENT AND SCREEN ADJUSTMENT ARE
REALIZED.

USER ADJUSTMENTS
THIS IS THE PART WHERE MULTIPLE CUTTING
AUTOMATIC TURNING OFF ADJUSTMENTS ARE
REALIZED.

USER ADJUSTMENTS
THE AUTHORIZED PERSON ENTERS TO THIS PAGE USING
THE ADMIN PASSWORD.
THE OFFSET AND COEFFICIENT VALUES ARE ADJUSTED.
OFFSET: IF THERE IS CONTINUOUS AND FIXED
DEVIATION IN THE LENGTH FEEDING PROCESS, THE
DEVIATION VALUE IS WRITTEN TO THIS LINE AND THE
FAILURE IS ELIMINATED.
COEFFICIENT: IF THERE IS CONTINUOUS LENGTH
INCREASE AND DECREASE IN THE LENGTH FEEDING
PROCESS, THE COEFFICIENT VALUE IS WRITTEN TO THIS
LINE AND THE FAILURE IS ELIMINATED

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USER ADJUSTMENTS
THIS IS THE PAGE WHERE THE CUTTING SPACE
THICKNESS INCLUDING THE MATERIAL BACWARD
FEEDING DISTANCE AND THE BLADE OUTER CROSSES
ARE ADJUSTED AFTER THE CUTTING PROCESS
FINISHES.

USER ADJUSTMENTS
SAW ROTATION: THE SELECTION OF DOWNWARD OR
DOWNWARD-UPWARD OPERATION OF THE SAW
ROTATION
SAW TENTIONING: IN CASE OF BLADE BREAKAGE OR
BLADE LOOSENING, THIS IS THE SELECTION OF MACHINE
STOP OR MACHINE CONTINUING OPERATION. (FOR
SAFETY, STOPPING IS PREFERRED.)
THIS PROVIDES THE POSITIONING SPEED ADJUSTMENT
OF THE MOVABLE GROUP IN AUTOMATIC OR MANUAL
MODE.

USER ADJUSTMENTS
THIS IS THE PAGE WHERE THE WAITING DURATIONS IN
THE CYCLE ARE ADJUSTED.
THE ENTERED VALUES ADJUST THE WAITING DURATION
AFTER THE MENTIONED PROCESSES.

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USER ADJUSTMENTS
THE TIGHTENING PROCESSES OF THE FIXED CLAMPS IS
REALIZED BOTH IN TERMS OF PRESSURE AND IN TERMS
OF TIME DURATION .
IF IT WILL BE REALIZED BY MEANS OF PRESSURE, THE
PRESSURE CHOICE IS MARKED.
IF IT WILL BE REALIZED BY MEANS OF TIME DURATION, IT
IS PROVIDED TO WAIT FOR A TIME EQUAL TO THE
ENTERED VALUE.
IT LOADS THE FACTORY DEFAULT VALUES.

SERVICE PAGE
AFTER THE MACHINE IS COMMISSIONED OR AFTER ANY
CHANGE IN THE MACHINE, THE RESET BUTTON IS
PRESSED AND THE MACHINE REALIZES POSITIONING. IF
THIS PROCESS IS NOT REALIZED WHEN THE MACHINE IS
COMMISSIONED, THE MACHINE DOES NOT REALIZE THE
DRIVING PROCESS.
PANEL SETTINGS: THIS IS THE PAGE WHERE NEW
SOFTWARE IS LOADED TO THE MACHINE.
IT IS USED FOR RESETTING BY SENDING THE MOVABLE
GROUP TO THE REFERENCE BACK.

PLC INPUTS PAGE


THESE ARE THE CODES WHERE THE ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT ON THE MACHINE REALIZE PLC INPUT.

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OPTIONS PAGE
THE OPTIONS ON THE MACHONE ARE MADE ACTIVE OR
PASSIVE.

7.2.2 Turning off the machine

There is the emergency stop button on the control panel of the machine. The emergency stop
button stops all of the movements of the machine in time duration shorter than 1 second.
7.2.3 Restarting the machine which was stopped emergently

1. For restarting the machine which was stopped emergently, first of all, eliminate the reasons for
emergency stop.
2. Turn the emergency stop mushroom button on the electrical panel in the counter-clockwise
direction, and reactivate it.
3. If it is in the automatic mode, take it to the manual mode and lift the cutting table upwardly.
4. Realize the required controls and check the details like the loosening of the piece which is
tightened to the clamp, and like breakage of the blade.
5. If there is no danger and/or there is no failure, you can restart by pressing on the button which
provides operation in the desired mode.

Warning! Usage of the emergency stop button continuously in unnecessary cases


shortens the lifetime of the motor and the inverter.

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7.3 Presentation of the buttons

Manual Automatic Switch


Emergency Stop Button

Machine Starting Button

Operate pump button

Clamp 1 is closed

Clamp 1 is active button

Saw Operating Button


Driving Left Button

Saw Upwards Button


Driving Right Button

Saw Upwards Button

Clamp opening button

Saw Downwards Button


Counter Control Panel

Cooling liquid On/Off Button


Speed Adjustment Unit

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7.4 Clamp usage

Figure M1

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PART 8 MAINTENANCE, REPAIRING AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS


8.1 Saw Blade Adjustment
1. There are two adjustments of the saw blade in the drive and idle
rollers. The first adjustment is realized as in Figure 8-1 by pushingpulling by means of setscrew and bolts existing on the motor flange
and thereby the parallelism adjustment is realized.

Figure 8-1

Figure 8-2

2. In case the blade loosens, realize the tensioning process by turning in the clockwise direction by
means of the roller tensioning cylinder as in Figure 8-2. Apply the tensioning process until the pressure
value of the manometer is between 80-100 bars.
3. If vibrations are formed on the blade during cutting, the blade roller bearings in Figure 8-3 and in
Figure 8-4 have to be tightened. By means of the setscrews illustrated below, tighten the shoes which
exist inside the roller bearing which houses the blade from two ends and which exists under the
rectification arms. (Figure 8-3: left rectification arm, Figure 8-4: right rectification arm)

Figure 8-3

Figure 8-4

8.2 Maintenance information


8.2.1 Daily Maintenance
1. At the end of the day; clean the chips accumulated in the pool, around the clamp, and between the
flywheels and the blade bearings.
2. Empty the chip drawer.
3. While the machine is not in use, loosen the blade for providing a long lifetime.
4. While the machine is not in use, be sure that the head is positioned below and there is no material
between the clamps.
5. Clean and lubricate the rectification arm and the guide.

Warning! Change the reducer lubricant once in every six months. Clean the electrical components by
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8.2.2 Weekly Maintenance
1. Check the spaces of the blade bearings.
2. Loosen the blade. Check the bolts and nuts of the flywheels, if necessary tighten them.
8.2.3 Monthly Maintenance
1. Check the hydraulic oil, if missing, add hydraulic oil.
2. Realize leakage tests in the hydraulic valves and hoses.
3. Clean the borate oil depot.
4. Clean the rolls, chain and chain gears in the driver clamp group and
lubricate them with grease oil. Tension the chain.
5. Lubricate the flywheel bearings by means of grease oil.
Sekil 8-5
1_1
Figure

6. Lubricate the clamp bearings.


8.3 Blade change
1.
Turn off the main switch. (Figure 8-5)

2.

Open the flywheel sheet cover. (Figure 8-6)

3.

Turn the blade tensioning wheel in Figure 8-7, which will reset the
pressure in the manometer, in the counter-clockwise direction and
loosen the blade (Figure 8-6). If the tensioning is hydraulic, on the
control panel, rotate the Blade Tensioning Button in the loosening
direction. (Figure 8-8)

4.

Press the blade downwardly. (Figure 8-8)

Sekil 1_2
Figure
8-6

Figure _5
Figure 8-7

Sekil 1_3

Figure 8-8

Sekil 1_4

Figure 8-8

5. Remove the blade from its bearings. (Figure 8-9)


6. Remove the blade from the flywheel, by means of pressurized air, clean
the roller periphery and the blade bearings.
7. Before removing the protective band of the blade you desire to fix, first of
all, fix it to the flywheels and afterwards, fix to the housings of the
bearings existing on the rectification arms.
8. Be sure that the blade gears face to the left when viewed from the front
surface.
9. Rotate the blade tensioning wheel in clockwise direction, if the
tensioning is hydraulic, tension it between 80 and 100 bars.
10. Meanwhile, check the pressure in the manometer. Finish
the tensioning process, if the pressure is between 80Attention!
100 bars.
11. After the new blade is fixed, do not forget that it will
expand as a result of heating. In this case, tighten it again.
12. Use gloves and eye-glasses during blade change.
13. Take into consideration that if the blade is loosened, there may be
danger.

Figure 8-9

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PRESSURE SHOULD NOT BE ABOVE 120 BARS.

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14. After fixing the blade, remove the protective band on the blade illustrated in Figure 8-10.

Figure 8-10

8.4 Information about the lubricant used in the machine


No Lubrication Region
Period
Lubricant Type
ISO
Shell
ISO
HV TELLUS
1
Hydraulic Unit
Yearly
OEL T46
46
Six
OMALA
2
Reducer
ISO 320
months
320
Hydro-mechanical
TELLUS
ISO
HV
3
Yearly
Blade Tensioning
46
Cylinder
4
Flywheel Bearings, Blade Monthly ISO XMO ALVANIA
Six
ALVANIA
ISO XMO
5
Tensioning Guide
months
Six
ALVANIA
6
Rack gear
ISO XMO
months
Six
ISO
HV TELLUS
7
Column Bearings
months 46
OEL T46
Six
ALVANIA
8
Direction Change Box
ISO XMO
months
Liquid
EP 0
9
Clamp Lower Bearing
Monthly
lubricant
Liquid
10 Chain Tensioning Gear
Weekly
EP 0
lubricant
Six
ALVANIA
11 Drive Chain Gear
ISO XMO
months
Lower Chain Tensioning
Liquid
12
Weekly
EP 0
Gear
lubricant

Mobil
MOBIL DTE
15
MOBILGEAR
632
MOBIL

BP
BARTRAN
HV 46
GR XP 320

MOBIL
MOBIL

GREASE
GREASE

MOBIL

GREASE

BARTRAN

MOBIL DTE BARTRAN


15
HV 46
MOBIL
GREASE
PLEX 45

LTX0

PLEX 45

LTX0

MOBIL

GREASE

PLEX 45

LTX0

10

11

9
1

Figure 8-11
12

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PART 9 TROUBLESHOOTING DATA
9.1 Probable Failures
Mechanical
Failure

The head
vibrates during
cutting

The cutting
Duration is
Long

The saw edge


does not cut

Reason

Solution

The pressure adjustment is


insufficient
Blade teeth are broken
The blade edge is welded in a
faulty manner
The flywheel and the rollers are
loose
The pressure adjustment is
insufficient
The blade edge is not sharp
The blade rotation speed is faulty
The correct blade edge is not
used
The blade edge is connected in a
faulty manner
Main motor rotates in the reverse
direction

Turn the hydraulic speed adjustment


valve to the left and open the valve.
Change the blade

The cutting pressure is excessive

The cutting is
not regular

There is
vibration during
the cutting
process

In NC automatic
cutting, the
length is not
correct

The blade rotation speed is low


The blade edge is not sharp
The blade is not tensioned
The clamp claws are unadjusted
The flywheel is abraded
The blade bearings can not hold
the blade.
The blade is rotating very rapidly.
The blade bearings are adjusted
to be far
The blade is not tensioned
The material is not placed in a
suitable manner.
Material driving reducer chain
gears may loosen.
The belt, connected to the
encoder, can be loosened.
There can be water leakage in the
lower limit switch.
The encoder may have a failure

The cutting
liquid flow is not
sufficient.

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The water level is decreased


The valve and the hoses are
clogged.
The pool and the chip drawer are
full

Change the blade


Tighten the nuts and bolts
Turn the hydraulic speed adjustment
valve to the left and open the valve
Change the blade
Check the tooth direction
Check the tags on the flywheel cover
Check the tooth direction
Check the phase sequence
Adjust from the hydraulic speed
adjustment valve
Use the schema on the flywheel cover
Change the blade
Tighten the blade
Adjust the clamp in a suitable manner.
Contact with the dealer
Adjust the blade rectification arm so as
to be closer to each other
Use the schema on the flywheel cover
Adjust the blade rectification arm so as
to be closer to each other
Tighten the blade
Place the material in a suitable manner.
Eliminate the chain space.
Tension the encoder connection plate.
Clean and tighten the switch bolts so
that water does not enter.
Confirm the driven length by tightening
the material in manual operation.
Add water.
Clean with the help of pressurized air.
Clean the chips.

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The blade tension is not suitable.

Blade tooth selection is not


suitable.
The blade is
breaking
Cutting speed and advancing are
not suitable.
The directing units at the blade
bearings are very tight.

Bring the blade to the ideal blade


tension.
Select a suitable blade for the material
type and the material dimension to be
cut. For this, you can contact with the
blade dealers or you can contact with
the machine technical service.
Select the suitable cutting speed and
advancing from the blade catalogues
used or from the cutting schema on the
machine.
Loosen the directing units. The ideal
gap should be equal to 0.1 mm.

9.2 Inverter failure codes and the descriptions thereof


Error Code

F0001

919191101

Contents

High current

Probable Reason

1. Motor power,
2. Short circuit in the
motor cable
3. Grounding fault

Things to be done
1. Check if the motor power is
compliant with the inverter
power.
2. Check if the cable length
limits are exceeded or not.
3. Check if there is short
circuit and grounding faults in
the motor cable and in the
motor.
4. Check if the motor
parameters are compliant
with the used motor or not.
5. Check the resistance of the
stator (P0350).
6. Increase the motor
revolution raising duration
(P1120).
7. Decrease the voltage
increase value adjusted in the
(P1310), (P1311) and
(P1312) parameters.
8. Check if there is a member
which prevents the
functioning of the motor, and
check if the motor is
overloaded or not.

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F0002

.F0003

FOO4

1. Check if the feeding


voltage is between the limits
mentioned on the tag plate.
2. Check if the DC-connection
The feeding voltage is out voltage controller (P1240) is
High voltage
of the tolerance values. active or not and be sure that
it is parameterized in the
Regenerative load.
correct manner.
3. Increase the motor
revolution decrease duration
(P1121).
1. Check if the feeding
voltage is between the limits
While the inverter is
mentioned on the tag plate
Low voltage
functioning, the main supply
2. Check if there are shortis interrupted.
duration failures or voltage
drops in the feeding circuit.
1. While the equipment is
functioning, check if the
cooling fan is functioning.
2. Check if the pulse
frequency is adjusted to the
assumed value or not.
High temperature in the
inverter
3. The ambient temperature
can be above the temperature
value which is suitable for the
inverter.
4. Check if there is clogging in
the air inlet and outlet points.

F0005

Inverter I2T

F00010

Overheating in the motor


PTC

F00011

F00021

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Grounding error

1. Inverter is over-loaded.

1.The motor may be overloaded.


2. Check the motor tag
information.
3. Check the motor l2t
warning level parameter.
4. Motor information is
erroneous.
1.Grounding error at the
outlet
2. IGBT failure.

1. Check if the load duty cycle


is between the limits or not.

1. Check the motor tag


information.
2. Consult the service
department.

1.Check the grounding errors


and correct them.
2. Change the fan.

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F00030

Fan cooling is insufficient

Fan is faulty

1. The failure can only be


masked in case the optional
module (not BOP or AOP) is
not connected.
2. Consult the service
department.

1. Motor information
presentation can not be
realized.

F00041

Motor information
presentation error

Alarm value = 0: no load


Alarm value = 1: The
current value reaches the
limit level.
Alarm value = 2: the
defined stator resistance is
smaller than 0.1 % or it is
greater than 100 %.

Parameter EEPROM error

There is error in the reading


or writing of the non-volatile
parameter memory.

F00052

Contact group failure

The reading process of the


contact group information is
erroneous or the data is
invalid.

F00060

Asic Timeout

F00051

F00071

F00072

During the time where the


telegram is disabled, there
is no data for the USS
(BOP connection).
During the time where the
telegram is disabled, there
is no data for the USS
(COMMUNICATION
connection)

Check if the motor is


connected to the inverter or
not.

1. Reset to the factory default


values and define the
parameters again.
2. Change the inverter.
Change the inverter.

Confirm the failure.


There is no answer during
the TOT duration.

There is no answer during


the TOT duration.

F00080

ADC lost input signal

F00085

External failure

F000101

Contact group overflow

F000221

PID Feedback is below the


minimum value

PID Feedback P545 is


below the minimum value

1. Change the P545 value.


2. Adjust feedback gain.

F000222

PID Feedback is above the


maximum value

PID Feedback P544 is


above the maximum value

1. Change the P544 value.


2. Adjust feedback gain.

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External failure is triggered
by means of the terminal
inputs.
Software error or processor
failure

For failure triggering, make


the terminal input passive.
Apply automatic routine tests.

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F000450

BIST Tests are


unsuccessful

F000459

Failure warning

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Error value
1 Some of the tests of the
power part are
unsuccessful
2 Some of the tests
regarding the control panel
are unsuccessful
4 Some of the functional
tests are unsuccessful
8 Some of the IO module
tests are unsuccessful.
Only vector.
16 Internal RAM did not
realize the power feeding
test.

1. The inverter may function,


however, some functions may
not be realized in a correct
manner.
2. Change the inverter.

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PART 10 HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE OPERATOR
10.1- Rescue of the Squeezed Personnel
If the personnel stand close to the clamps or if the personnel stand under the guided body during the
downward movement of the guided body, the personnel may be squeezed. In this case, first of all, the
emergency stop button should be pressed immediately, and the machine should be brought to the manual
mode, and the clamp or the guided body should be lifted upwardly.
In case of squeezing, there may be power interruption, in this case, you can rescue the squeezed
personnel by lifting the guided body as in Figure 10-1 by means of the forklift.
If there is crane or hoist in the machine operating area, a rope is connected to the middle region of the
guided body, and afterwards the guided body is lifted and the rescued personnel can be rescued.

Figure 10-1

Attention! IN CASE OF AN INJURY, A DOCTOR SHOULD BE CALLED OR THE


INJURED PERSON SHOULD BE BROUGHT TO A HOSPITAL URGENTLY.

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10.2 The specifications of the lubricant used
Blazing point ( C ) and the method: 193 C closed reservoir
Combustion temperature (C): > 200
Fast burning limit: 1.5 6
The units formed as a result of burning: Essentially carbon-oxides, the organic compounds defined by water
vapor
Special burning / Dangerous explosions: On wide surface areas where air or oxygen is existing freely, the
greasy wastes, papers may easily lead to combustion. These materials should be disposed after usage.
Special extinguishing methods: The extinguishing stuff should come to the related region with equipment that
provides breathing. Directly applying water to the stored containers is dangerous because of the boiling risk.
Fire extinguishers: Foam, dry chemical powder, carbon dioxide.
Appropriate materials / layers

: All of the general metals

Inappropriate materials / layers

: It may melt some plastics

Continuity

: Permanent

Reaction with water

: No

Dangerous reactions

: No

The materials that have to be kept away: The units that strongly oxidize other units
The conditions that have to be kept away: High temperature
Decomposition temperature ( C )

: > 100

Dangerous decomposed products

: There is no composition of harmful decomposed


products.

Storing temperature ( C )

: 0 - 40

Storing precautions

: There is no special requirement. The factor that has to


be kept away is the increasing temperature.

10.2.1 Transportation
-

Technical precautions

Protection of the user: Provide appropriate ventilation in order to prevent the product being subject to the
vapor or smoke thereof.

Avoid contact with used or dirty products.


Keep the machine away from the flammable materials.

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Keep the machine away from comestibles.

Protection from fire and explosion: Empty tankers may comprise explosive gas and vapors. After the
pouring of the product, the cloth, paper and other similar materials used in the collection of the product
are flammable. These should not be accumulated, and after being used, they should be disposed of
safely and immediately.

Precautions: Avoid the static electrification of the product, provide connection with the ground. Realize the
machine adjustments so that the product does not pour on the hot pieces or the electrical equipment.
Prevent leakage to the circuit operating under pressure. The liquid which comes out as a result of the
leakage to this circuit is distributed by spraying and it is flammable. In this case, the lubricant vapor
reaches the burning lower point in the concentration of 45 g/m3.
During usage, nothing should be eaten, nothing should be drunk and cigarette should not be smoked

Transportation recommendations: Only reservoirs, gasket, pipe, etc resistant to hydro-carbon should be
used.

10.2.2 Storing
- .Technical precautions: Realize the necessary arrangements and take all the necessary measures in order to
prevent the product to mix into the water and the soil.
- Storing conditions
. The appropriate method: Store in room temperature, keep away from water and humidity, keep away from
flame sources.
Keep the carriers closed when they are not used.
. The factors that need to be avoided: Do not store the materials that have been subject to the product (cloth,
paper, etc.)
- Inappropriate products: It leads to a dangerous reaction with strong oxidants.
- The packaging of the product
. Recommended: Only reservoirs, gasket, pipe, etc resistant to hydro-carbon should be used.
If possible keep it in its original carrier.
Otherwise, place all the markings onto the new carrier according to the original carrier.
10.2.3 Identification of the dangers
- Harmful for the human health: Under normal usage, it does not have any effect or danger.
- Environmental effects: Do not pour this product into the environment.
- Physical and chemical: Under normal usage, it does not have a special burning or explosion risk
10.2.4 The recommended first aid
IN CASE OF A SERIOUS DISTURBANCE, A DOCTOR SHOULD BE CALLED OR THE PERSON SHOULD
GO TO A MEDICAL ESTABLISHMENT.
- Respiration: When a person is subject to the vapor or the spray of the product in dense form, this may lead
to a light irritation in the throat of the person.
The person should be taken outside, he/she should have a rest in a warm environment.
- Contact with the skin: When the skin is subject to product spray in high pressure, the product may penetrate
under the skin. The person who is subject to these conditions should be taken to the hospital even if there is
no wound or visible sign on the skin.
The clothes of the person which are subject to the product should be peeled off immediately.
The part which is subject to the product should be washed with water and soap immediately and in a repeated
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- Contact with the eye: With the eyes open, they should be washed with plenty of water for 15 minutes
immediately.
- Swallowing: There is a risk of vomiting and diarrhea.
The person should not be vomited because of the risk of contact with the respiration system.
Nothing should be drunk to the sick person.
- Suctioning: If the product is thought to go inside the lungs because of any reason (for instance because of
vomiting), the person should be immediately taken to the emergency service of the hospital.
10.2.5 Control of the usage / individual protection
- Engineering precautions: The product should only be used in well ventilated places.
When using the product in closed areas, be sure that there is no dense vapor effect in the air or put on / fix the
recommended equipment.
- Control parameters
- The limit to be subject to: lubricant vapor: 10 mg/m 3 for 15 minutes
lubricant vapor: 5 mg/m3 for 8 hours
Individual protection equipment
- Hand protection: Water-proof gloves which are resistant to hydro-carbon.
The recommended material: rubber.
- Eye protection: Eye-glasses against splashes.
- Skin and the body: When necessary, mask for face protection, clothes resistant to hydro-carbon,
safety boots (when carried by means of barrel)
10.2.6 Toxic information
STRONG TOXIC / LOCAL EFFECTS
- Respiration: It does not have a risk in normal usage.
In respiration, according to the concentration of the vapor, it may lead to a light irritation in the upper
part of the respiration system.
- Contact with the skin: It does not have a risk in normal usage
When the skin is subject to product spray in high pressure, the product may penetrate under the skin.
The person who is subject to these conditions should be taken to the hospital even if there is no
wound or visible sign on the skin.
- Swallowing: If it is swallowed in small amounts, there is no risk. In case large amounts are
swallowed, it may lead to an ache in the abdomen and to diarrhea.
SENSITIVITY: Under the light of the known information, the product does not lead to sensitivity.
CHRONIC AND LONG-TERM TOXIC EFFECT
- Contact with the skin: In case of long-term or continuous contact with the clothes where the product is
smeared, characteristic skin wounds (oily pimples) may form.
10.2.7 Annihilation information
Annihilation of the wastes: Recycling and the re-using of the waste lubricants are essential. In cases where
this is not possible, the waste lubricants should be annihilated without giving harm to human health and to
environment. When the annihilation of the waste lubricates by burning is taken into consideration, the
plants which took license according to Article 22 and Article 23 of the Regulations of Control of Dangerous
Wastes will be used.
Annihilation of the packages: It should be assessed under the wastes annihilation.
Industrial waste EU number: 13-01-06 (hydraulic lubricants containing only mineral lubricant)
Local responsibilities: dated 27.08.1995 and numbered 22387 Official Gazette, Regulations of Control of
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PART 11 DISMANTLING / DECOMMISSIONING THE MACHINE
For the machines which have completed its operating life, in the decommissioning process;

Bring the cutting table of the machine to the lowest position.

After completely emptying the hydraulic lubricant and cooling liquid in the machine, annihilate this
lubricant and the cooling liquid according to the rules of the environment protection laws.

Unfix the bolts of the machine which fixes the machine to the ground.

The machine pieces can be classified as the following:


o

Electronic wastes (sensors, drivers, circuit members)

Steel recycle

Aluminum

Non-iron items (motor propellers, cable channels, plastic materials)

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