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Instructions and Parts List

TM

3M-Matic

200a

Type 39600

Adjustable

 

Case Sealer

 

with

AccuGlideTM

Taping Heads

Serial No.

For reference, record machine serial number here.

3M Packaging Systems Division

3M Center, Building 220-8W-01

St. Paul, MN 55144-1000

Important Safety

Information

Read "Important Safeguards", pages 3-5and also

operating "Warnings", page 14 BEFORE INSTALLING OR OPERATING THIS EQUIPMENT.

Spare Parts

It is recommended you immediately order the spare parts listed on page 31, Section I and page 17, Section II. These parts are expected to wear through normal use and should be kept on hand to minimize production delays.

"3M-Matic"and"AccuGlide" are Trademarks of 3M, St. Paul, MN55144-1000

Litho in U.S.A.

© 3M 1999 44-0009-1894-4(F69.0)

Replacement Parts and Service Information

To Our Customers:

This is the 3M-Matic™/AccuGlide™/Scotch™brand equipment you ordered. It has been set up and tested in the factory with "Scotch" brand tapes. If technical assistance or replacement parts are needed, call or Fax the appropriate number listed below.

Included with each machine is an Instructions and Parts List manual.

Technical Assistance:

3M-Matic™Helpline –1-800/3281390. Please provide the customer support coordinator with the machine number, machine type/model and serial number. If you have a technical question that does not require an immediate response, you may Fax it to 715/381 0248.

Replacement Parts and Additional Manuals

Order parts by part number, part description and quantity required. Also, when ordering parts and/or additional manuals, include machine name, number and type. A parts order form is provided at the back of this manual.

3M/Tape Dispenser Parts

 

241 Venture Drive

1-800/3449883

Amery, WI 54001-1325

FAX# 715/268 8153

Minimum billing on parts orders will be $25.00. Replacement part prices available on request. $10.00 restocking charge per invoice on returned parts.

Note : Outside the U.S., contact the local 3M subsidiary for parts ordering information.

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3M Packaging Systems Division

3M Center, Building 220-8W-01

St. Paul, MN 55144-1000

"3M-Matic","AccuGlide" and “Scotch” are trademarks of 3M, St. Paul, Minnesota55144-1000

Printed in U.S.A.

© 3M 1999 44-0009-1851-4(E79.0)

Replacement Parts And Service Information

To Our Customers:

This is the 3M-Matic™/AccuGlide™/Scotch™brand equipment you ordered. It has been set up and tested in the factory with "Scotch" brand tapes. If any problems occur when operating this equipment, and you desire a service call, or phone consultation, call, write or Fax the appropriate number listed below.

Included with each machine is an Instructions and Parts List manual.

SERVICE, REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ADDITIONAL MANUALS AVAILABLE DIRECT FROM:

Order parts by part number, part description and quantity required. Also, when ordering parts and/or additional manuals, include machine name, number and type.

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3M Packaging Systems Division

3M Center, Building 220-8W-01St. Paul, MN55144-10001-800/3281390

"3M-Matic","AccuGlide" and “Scotch” are trademarks of 3M, St. Paul, Minnesota55144-1000

Printed in U.S.A.

© 3M 1999 44-0009-1852-2(D79.0)

Instruction Manual

200a, Adjustable Case Sealer, Type 39600

This instruction manual is divided into two sections as follows:

Section I Includes all information related to installation, operation and parts for the case sealer.Section II Includes specific information regarding the AccuGlide™II STD 2 Inch Taping Heads.

Table of Contents

Page

Section I – 200a Adjustable Case Sealer

 

Description ......................................................................................................................................

1

Equipment Warranty and Limited Remedy ......................................................................................

2

200a Contents .................................................................................................................................

2

Important Safeguards ......................................................................................................................

3 - 5

Specifications ..................................................................................................................................

6 - 8

Installation and Set-Up ....................................................................................................................

9 - 11

Receiving and Handling .....................................................................................

9

Machine Set-Up ..................................................................................................

9 - 11

Packaging and Separate Parts .................................................................

9 -10

Machine Bed Height .................................................................................

11

Outboard Tape Roll Mounting ...................................................................

11

Tape Leg Length .......................................................................................

11

Box Size Capacity of Case Sealer ............................................................

12

Electrical Connection and Controls ...........................................................

12

Initial Start-Upof Case Sealer ..................................................................

12

Operation ........................................................................................................................................

13 - 16

Electrical On/Off Switch ......................................................................................

14

Tape Loading/Threading ....................................................................................

14

Box Size Set-Up .................................................................................................

15 - 16

Box Sealing ........................................................................................................

16

Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................

17 - 18

Cleaning .............................................................................................................

17

Lubrication ..........................................................................................................

17

Circuit Breaker ....................................................................................................

18

Knife Replacement, Taping Head .......................................................................

18

Box Drive Belt Replacement ...............................................................................

18

(Table of Contents continued on next page)

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Table of Contents (Continued)

 

Page

Adjustments ...................................................................................................................................

 

19 - 21

Drive Belt Tension ......................................................................................................

 

19 - 20

Taping Head Adjustments ..........................................................................................

 

21

Special Set-UpProcedure ...............................................................................................................

 

23 - 25

Changing Tape Leg Length ................................................................................

 

23 - 24

Box and Machine Bed Height Range .................................................................

 

24 - 25

Troubleshooting...............................................................................................................................

 

27

Electrical Diagram ...........................................................................................................................

 

29

Parts and Service Information .........................................................................................................

 

31

Options/Accessories ........................................................................................................................

 

32

Replacement Parts Illustrations and Parts Lists .....................................................

(Yellow Section)

33 - 57

Section II – AccuGlide™II STD 2 Inch Taping Heads

 

 

(See Section II for Table of Contents)

 

 

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Description

The 3M-MaticTM 200a Adjustable Case Sealerwith AccuGlide™ IITaping Heads is designed to apply a “C” clip of Scotch™brand pressure-sensitive film box sealing tape to the top and bottom center seam of regular slotted containers. The 200a is manually adjustable to a wide range of box sizes (see "Specifications – Box Weight and Size Capacities", Page 7).

3M-MaticTM 200a Adjustable Case Sealer, Type 39600 (Note – Lower tape supply roll and bracket assembly are shown in the alternate location)

Equipment Warranty and Limited Remedy: THE FOLLOWING WARRANTY IS MADE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY ARISING OUT OF A COURSE OF DEALING, A CUSTOM OR USAGE OF TRADE:

3M sells its 3M-MaticTM 200a Adjustable Case Sealer, Type 39600with the following warranties:

1.The Taping Head knife, springs and rollers will be free from all defects for ninety (90) days after delivery.

2.All other Taping Head parts will be free from all defects for three (3) years after delivery.

3.The gearmotor will be free from all defects for one (1) year after delivery.

4.All other parts will be free from all defects for ninety (90) days after delivery.

If any part is proved to be defective within its warranty period, then the exclusive remedy and 3M’s and seller’s sole obligation shall be, at 3M’s option, to repair or replace the part, provided the defective part is returned immediately to 3M’s factory or an authorized service station designated by 3M. A part will be presumed to have become defective after its warranty period unless the part is received or 3M is notified of the problem no later than five (5) calendar days after the warranty period. If 3M is unable to repair or replace the part within a reasonable time, then 3M, at its option, will replace the equipment or refund the purchase price. 3M shall have no obligation to provide or pay for the labor required to install the repaired or replacement part. 3M shall have no obligation to repair or replace (1) those parts failing due to operator misuse, carelessness, or due to any accidental cause other than equipment failure, or (2) parts failing due to non-lubrication,inadequate cleaning, improper operating environment, improper utilities or operator error.

Limitation of Liability: 3M and seller shall not be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages based upon breach of warranty, breach of contract, negligence, strict liability or any other legal theory.

The foregoing Equipment Warranty and Limited Remedy and Limitation of Liability may be changed only by a written agreement signed by authorized officers of 3M and seller.

Contents – 200a Adjustable Case Sealer

(1)200a Adjustable Case Sealer, Type 39600

(1)Upper Assembly Height Adjustment Crank/Hardware

(1)Upper Tape Drum/Bracket/Hardware

(2)Column Stop Bracket/Hardware

(1)Tool/Spare Parts Kit

(1)Instruction and Parts Manual

Scotch™,AccuGlide™, and3M-MaticTM are Trademarks of 3M, St. Paul, Minnesota55144-1000

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Important Safeguards

This safety alert symbol identifies important messages in this manual.

READ AND UNDERSTAND THEM BEFORE INSTALLING OR OPERATING THIS EQUIPMENT.

Important – In the event the following safety labels are damaged or destroyed,they must be replaced to ensure operator safety. A label kit, part number78-8113-6714-9is available as a stock item or individual labels can be ordered. See Parts Illustration/List, Section I, pages 56 and 57.

The "Warning – Sharp Knife"label, shown in

Figure 1-1,is attached to both sides of the upper ski assembly at the location of thecut-offknife on the upper taping head. The labels warn operators and service personnel of the very sharp knife used to cut the tape at the end of the tape application.

Figure 1-1– Knife Warning Label

The "Warning – Hazardous Voltage"label, shown in Figure1-2, is attached to the electrical enclosure on the lower left side of the machine frame. The label warns service personnel to unplug the power supply before attempting any service work on the case sealer.

Figure 1-2– Electrical Warning Label

The "Caution – Pinch Point"label, shown in

Figure 1-3,is attached to the center plate at the exit end of the machine bed. The label warns the operator to keep hands out of this area when the drive belts are running.

Figure 1-3– Pinch Point Caution Label

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Important Safeguards (Continued)

The "Caution – Pinch Point"label, shown in

Figure 1-4,is attached to the top of the upper assembly crossbar on both sides of the machine. The label reminds operator to keep hands away from compression rollers when machine is running.

Figure 1-4– Pinch Point Caution Label

The 200a is equipped with a "Red" emergency stop switch located on the top/front of the upper ski assembly. The "Stop" label, shown inFigure 1-5, is located near the switch and reminds operators and casual personnel of the function of this switch.

Figure 1-5– Stop Label

The "Safety Instructions"label, shown in

Figure 1-6,is attached to the top/front of the upper ski assembly. The label provides convenient safeguard instructions for the operator and service personnel.

Figure 1-6– Safety Instruction Label

The "Center Box Here"label, shown in Figure1-7,is attached to the front of the upper frame to remind the operator of the proper box placement procedure.

Figure 1-7– Center Box Label

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Important Safeguards (Continued)

The "Up/Down/Lock"label, shown in Figure1-8, is located on the top surface, on each side, of the upper column assembly. The label reminds the operator of the direction to turn the height adjustment crank to raise and lower the upper ski/taping head and the locking feature.

Figure 1-8– Up/Down/Lock Label

The following two labels are located on the upper and lower taping heads. Replacement part numbers for these labels are listed in Section II.

The "Tape Threading Label", shown in Figure1-9, is attached to the left side of both the upper and lower taping heads.

Figure 1-9– Tape Threading Label

The "Warning – Sharp Knife"label warns operators and service personnel of the extremely sharp knife used to cut the tape at the end of the box sealing operation. The label, shown in Figure1-10, is located on the orange knife guard between the applying roller assembly and the buffing roller assembly. Never operate taping head with knife guard removed.

Before working with the taping heads or loading/ threading tape, refer to Figures 3-1and3-2in Section II to identify the knife location.Keep hands out of these areas except as necessary to service the taping heads or to load/thread tape.

Figure 1-10– Knife Warning Label

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