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CONTENTS

1. Safety rules of the machine ............................................................................................................... 2 1.1. Sticker attachment position for Warning ..................................................................................... 3 1.2. Operation of machine ................................................................................................................. 5 1.3. Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................... 5 1.4. Emergency button ...................................................................................................................... 5 1.5. Main disconnection switch .......................................................................................................... 6 1.6. Indicator lamp (LED) ................................................................................................................... 6 2. Installation ......................................................................................................................................... 7 2.1. Conveyance of machine ............................................................................................................. 7 2.1.1. Dimension of machine ......................................................................................................... 7 2.1.2. Using carrier ......................................................................................................................... 7 2.1.3. Environment of installation ................................................................................................... 7 2.2. Balancing the machine ............................................................................................................... 8 2.3. Electrical connection ................................................................................................................... 8 2.4. Pneumatic connection ................................................................................................................ 9 2.5. Communication cable connection ............................................................................................. 10 3. Operation ........................................................................................................................................ 11 3.1. Running the machine ................................................................................................................ 11 3.2. Error message and troubleshooting ......................................................................................... 30 4. Maintenance .................................................................................................................................... 40 5. Adjustment for the main parts of the machine ................................................................................. 43 5.1. Timing belt tension adjustment .................................................................................. 44 5.2. Parts feeder and gun module adjustment ................................................................................. 44 5.3. Gun module and setter module adjustment .............................................................................. 45 5.4. Table position adjustment ......................................................................................................... 46 5.5. Prepare Line data using GemMaster ........................................................................................ 47

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1. Safety rules of the machine


If you operate the CAMS machine first time, please make sure to read the following instructions for your safety and proper operation. Safety rules on this manual are defined as DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION. If you do not keep the rules, physical damages on the human body can be occurred.

DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided will result in death or serious injury.

WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided may result in minor or moderate injury.

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1.1. Sticker attachment position for Warning


Warning sticker is put on the machine for safe operation. When you operate the machine, observe the directions on the sticker.

Figure 1.1 - Sticker attachment position

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Explanations for the warning signs

It shows that electric shock can be occurred by high voltage if you dont keep this warning.

It shows that physical damage can be occurred on your hands if you dont keep this warning.

Dont open the safety guard while the machine is running.

You must be careful not to touch the electric part where this sign shows.

You must be careful not to touch the moving part where this sign shows.

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1.2. Operation of machine


Your careful notice is needed on the Caution and Warning stickers attached to the each part of machine body. During the operation, please observe the below points. Read this manual carefully before operating machine to understand completely the way to deal with it. Do not touch any operating part of machine such as pneumatic cylinders and their linked parts and XY table etc. Before opening the electricity cover, cut off the main power and confirm that the main disconnection switch is off.

1.3. Troubleshooting
If you have any problems on the machine, troubleshooting should be handled by the designated After Service technician. Before cleaning or repairing machine, cut off the main power and wait for 1 minutes until the machine comes to be completely discharged. Air compressor should have enough capacity to get a good result. After finishing troubleshooting, cover the all covers that are uncovered during repairing.

1.4. Emergency button


In case of emergency situation, press emergency button which is in front panel. If you press emergency button, power will be off and machine will be stopped.

Figure 1.2 Emergency button

To restart machine, follow below sequence. Turn on the main disconnection switch. Eliminate emergency factor. Release emergency button by turning the emergency button knob to clock wise.

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1.5. Main disconnection switch


Main disconnection switch is used to connect or disconnect main power of machine. To connect main power, press down the switch. In case of maintenance or repairing process, main disconnection switch should be off

Figure 1.3 Main disconnection switch

1.6. Indicator lamp (LED)


There are three LEDs on operation panel. The first one from the right side is Green color which is lit when power is on. The second one is yellow. When error is occurred while the machine is running, machine will stop and this LED will start to blink. The third one is red color. If you stop machine by pressing stop button on LCD menu while running the machine, this LED will start to blink.

Figure 1.4 Indicator lamp

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2. Transportation and Installation


2.1. Conveyance of machine
2.1.1. Dimension of machine - Weight: 55 (net weight) - Size: 590625520 (WDH) 2.1.2. Using carrier Carrier should have enough capacity to sustain the load of machine as well as enough size. When you lift up the machine, fit the fork arm of carrier into the center of machine weight and lift up carefully to keep the balance of the machine. 2.1.3. Environment of installation - Temperature of surroundings When operation the machine : 0 40 (32 104) When preserving the machine : -25 55 (-13 131) - Humidity : Within 45 90 (Relative humidity)

WARNING
When you convey or lift up/down the machine with the conveying devices, you should keep the horizontal balance of machine to protect the machine from transportation and confirm workers safety.
Check points before transportation ( VERY IMPORTANT )

2.2. Balancing the machine


The four feet serve to center the machine. Make sure that the weight is evenly distributed on the four feet. - Place the machine on even surface to work on. - Alter the height by turning the knob .

Figure 2.1 Height adjustment

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CAUTION
Fasten the nut turning screw. to fix the machine tightly from shaking by

2.3. Electrical connection


Before installing and operating the machine, make sure the input voltage is proper range as below. - Input voltage : AC 110/220V , 50/60 , 1 phase - Available range of voltage : Within 10% of regular voltage - Electric power : 240W - Power cable : IEC53 3G1.5

Figure 2.2 Power connection

Figure 2.3 Power cable

Connect the power cable

to the power inlet

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2.4. Pneumatic connection (Back side of machine)

Figure 2.4 Pneumatic connection

CAUTION
The following instructions must be observed for the proper function of machine. The compressed-air system must be enough capacity for a minimum operating pressure of between 5~6 bar to be maintained even at the moment of peak air consumption.

The pneumatic system of the machine must be supplied with waterless compressed air. The air supply line pressure must be between 7 and 10 bar. set up a waterspout under the pneumatic system. Connecting the compressed-air hose . - Connect the hose to the air-fitting - Use 106.5 POLYURETHANE TUBE.

Adjusting the operating pressure The operating pressure is between 5 and 6 bars. It can be read from the pressure gauge . and turn to clockwise. - Increase pressure : lift up rotating handle and turn to counter-clockwise. - Decrease pressure : lift up rotation handle by pressing it. - After adjusting the air pressure, lock the rotation handle

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2.5. Communication cable connection

Figure 2.5 Communication Cable connection

Figure 2.6 USB communication cable

CAUTION
Turn the power of computer and machine off before connecting communication cable (RS232C or USB).

Using the RS232C communication cable included in the machine, connect machine with computer. to the COM1/COM2 port of PC and - Connect DB9-connector (9pin female) of machine. RS232C port Or you can use USB B type to A type cable to USB B type port of machine

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3. Operation
3.1. Running the machine
Use of machine CAMS 1V-2P is to make Hotfix motif using the data created by computer design program called GemMaster. You can make Hotfix motif efficiently with simple operation. It's available up to 2 different size or different color of rhinestone and stud. Just make design using GemMaster and send it to this machine. Put rhinestone to designated Parts-feeder each according to the design created by GemMaster. Put transfer sheet with sticky side up on XY table. Then it is ready to make Hotfix motif.

Figure 3.1 Hotfix motif example 1

Figure 3.2 Hotfix motif example 2

Figure 3.3 Hotfix motif example 3

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Name and function of operation panel and each part of machine

Figure 3.4 Operation panel Main disconnection switch Put down the switch to power on the machine. Emergency button Press this button when emergency situation is occurred. Then electric power will be disconnected soon. To restart machine, release this button by turning the knob to clock wise direction after eliminating emergency factor. LCD panel It can show up to 4 lines of 16 letters. You can see the information on which menu you are in and status of machine. LED There are three LEDs on operation panel. The first one from the left side is Green color which is lit when power is on. The second one is yellow. When error is occurred while the machine is running, machine will stop and this LED will start to blink. The third one is red color. If you stop machine by pressing stop button on LCD menu while running the machine, this LED will start to blink. ESC, ALT, TAB, SET button - ESC : This button is used to escape from the present menu. - ALT : This button gives alternative function when pushed with other button. It's only used in some menu. - TAB : This button is used to move cursor to next position. - SET : This button is used to enter submenu or do the function of selected item. Up/Down/Left/Right arrow key These keys are used to increase or decrease Figure in SYSTEM menu, or to move cursor in OUTPUT menu, or to move GUN module to designated position when cursor is on GUN in SYSTEM/ORG.ADJ/MPART/ menu.

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Vacuum sensor It shows the value of vacuum when GUN nozzle (see Figure 3.5) vacuum is on. USB Port It is used to upgrade program through this port

Figure 3.5 Name of each part

Parts feeder This is to supply rhinestones to GUN nozzle. Each Parts feeder has an aluminum wheel which has 30 holes at the same distance from the center. By this aluminum wheel, rhinestones are aligned. XY plate There are four XY plates that are to move transfer sheet to the designated position to make Hotfix motif. Each XY plate has the working area 250300mm. They are driven by two step motors. One is for X axis, the other is for Y axis.

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( Don t put any heavy weight stuff on the plate.) GUN module This is for picking up rhinestones from Parts feeder and supplying it to setter nozzle. Setter module This is for setting rhinestones to XY table after receiving rhinestones from GUN module. Parts feeder proximity sensor This is for finding out Parts feeder wheel origin position. Gun origin sensor This is for finding out Gun module origin position Setter origin sensor This is for finding out Setter module origin position Pneumatic part

Figure 3.6 Pneumatic part

Solenoid block This is to control each pneumatic cylinder movement.

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Pneumatic system This purify the air, filter the water contained in the air, and regulate the compressed air then, it is supplied to the solenod block. Vacuum generator This is to generate vacuum for Gun holder and Setter to grip rhinestone. Check point before power on Before Power on, for your safety, Make sure that Locking Knob is fixed to the Part feeder bracket. If the parts feeder bracket is not fixed and driven in the moving then the swing module hits on the parts feeder module, vacuum holder and cylinder rod could be injured.

Figure 3.7 Gun located at Gem pick up position (left side)

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Before power on, make sure Air switch

is located at off position. (see Figure 3.8)

Figure 3.8 Air switch

If Swing module is located at parts-feeder side, place Gun module at Exchange position ( in Figure 3.7) manually before power on. (see Figure 3.9)

Figure 3.9 Move Gun module to exchange point (right side) manually

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Figure 3.10 Proper position to start work

Power on Turn the power on by pushing main disconnection switch to ON position. Below message will appear on LCD.

Figure 3.11 Boot message

After 1 second, LCD will turn to below menu and wait user button input.

Figure 3.12 Top menu

Turn on the Air switch

by turning the knob. (see Figure 3.8)

Data download from PC 1) Move cursor by pressing TAB button to 2.LOAD on Top Menu (Figure 3.12). Then press SET button.(figure 3.13 Left) 2) Put the cursor to 1.Serial menu, then press SET button then LCD will turn to below message.(figure 3.13 Right)

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Figure 3.13 File download

* Sub menu 2. USB will be ready.(figure 3.13 Left) icon on GemMaster with left Now machine is ready to download data from PC. Click mouse button. * If below error message shows up on PC monitor (see Figure 3.14), take the following step. (1) Make sure that machine is connected with PC by RS232C cable or USB cable (see Figure 2.6. Communication cable connection) (2) Turn the power off and turn it on again. Then take above instruction step. (3) click File / Settings menu then GemMaster configuration window will show up. Change the parameter to correct value. Make sure that Baud Rate must be set to 57600. (4) If error message appears when Com Port is set to COM1, and Baud Rate is set to 57600, change Com Port to COM2. (5) If error message appears when Com Port is set to COM2, and Baud Rate is set to 57600, change Com Port to COM1. (see Figure 3.15)

Figure 3.14 Error message

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Figure 3.15 Setting window

Baud Rate usually be set to 57600 When file load is done successfully, LCD will show below menu.

Figure 3.16 Download finished

When cursor is on GoToRun, press SET button. LCD will show below menu.

Figure 3.17 RUN menu

Move cursor to Run by pressing TAB button. Press SET button when cursor is on Run. Machine will start running. Before running, you must put rhinestones to its proper Parts feeder according to GemMaster data file you downloaded from PC. You can move Magazine with 1step by pressing 'Left or Right arrow button' when cursor is on Mafter finding Magazine origin position by pressing 'SET' button. If you press ALT button when cursor is on ESC then you can select the head you want to

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run. (Figure 3.38) Running LCD will show below menu at RUNNING. At this menu you can stop running by pressing 'SET' button. But Stop button will operate after air cylinders start moving.

Figure 3.18 Running condition

When you press SET button LCD will turn to below menu.

Figure 3.19 Stop condition

If you press Left arrow button then you can adjust each size of stone s parameters. In case you want to continue, press SET button when the cursor is on CONTINUE, or move cursor to CANCEL and press SET button to quit running. When you run again after canceling work, you can restart from the point you stopped before or from the first point.

Figure 3.20 Description of RUN menu

When the cursor is on Step, you can control the last step point which CAMS worked before. Each button has a function as shown in Table 3.1 when cursor is on Step.

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ESC Escape

ALT+SET Step Clear

TAB Move to M
Table 3.1 Step map

LEFT Decrease 1 step

RIGHT Increase 1 step

Fast step transfer : Press Left or Right Button for a few second. Setting the vacuum sensor There is a Vacuum sensor on front panel of the machine. Here, you will learn how to set DP2-20-P (SUNX made). Vacuum sensor looks like as Figure 3.21.

Figure 3.21 Vacuum sensor

Move cursor to '4.OUTPUT at Top menu and press 'SET' button. Move cursor to the position as below using 'UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT' arrow button. Now the cursor is on OUT0.0. OUT0.0 is output port for GUN vacuum. When the cursor is on as above, you can make GUN vacuum On/Off by pressing SET button. Press SET button. Then '.' will turn to 'O' as Figure 3.22 and GUN vacuum will turn on. OUT0.0 : GUN vacuum, OUT 0.1 : SETTER vacuum

Figure 3.22 OUTPUT menu

Read the Figure which is displayed on vacuum sensor. Let's regard it as n1. Just think its absolute value (ignore minus sign). Maybe, it will be around 40. Put the small piece of paper to the end of GUN nozzle. Then vacuum sensor figure will increase in absolute value. It will be around 80 or more. Let's regard it as n2. Now you can imagine that n1 is the Figure when GUN nozzle fail to pick up stone from

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Parts feeder wheel, and n2 is the maximum figure when GUN nozzle picks up stone successfully. Maybe it will be a little than n2 when GUN nozzle pick up stone because of vacuum leakage through the gap between stone and GUN nozzle. Use formula below, figure out P1, P2. P1=P2-1 , P2=n2-(n2-n1)/3

Press 'MODE' button which is on vacuum sensor. Then P1 will blink. Using Up-arrow button and Down-arrow button on vacuum sensor, set P1 value you got from formula above. After setting P1, press 'MODE' again. P2 will be blink. Using Up-arrow button and Down-arrow button on vacuum sensor, set P2 value you got from formula above. When GUN nozzle pick up stone from Parts feeder wheel and vacuum sensor reach to P2, OUT1 LED will be turned on. When OUT1 LED is on, machine regards that GUN nozzle picks up stone successfully. Once OUT1 LED turns on, it will last until vacuum sensor down to reach P1. When GUN move down again even though it is holding stone, reduce P2 a little. When GUN move to Right even though it fails to pick up stone, increase P1 a little. Normally, set the P1 at about 55.0 and P2 at about 56.0. INPUT Move cursor to 3.INPUT mode.

at Top menu and press SET button. Now you are in INPUT

Figure 3.23 INPUT menu a side

This is for the test of each sensor input status. When sensor is on, one of dots on LCD which is assigned to this sensor will turn to I. To escape from this menu, push ESC button.

Input IN0

7
GUN up sensor

6
GUN down sensor

5
Setter origin sensor -

2
Parts feeder2 proximity sensor -

1
Y origin sensor

0
X origin sensor Gun vacuum sensor

Parts GUN origin feeder1 sensor proximity sensor -

IN1

Table 3.2 Input mapping information

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OUTPUT Move cursor to 4.OUTPUT at Top MENU and press SET button. Now you are in OUTPUT mode.

Figure 3.24 Output port order

This is for test of each output port status. In this mode, you can move cursor using 2 arrow buttons (left, right). TAB button is not used to move cursor in this mode. You can toggle output by pressing SET button. When output port is Active, it displays 'O'. (oh is not zero ! O : Output) It's very important not to change any output port status on this mode without fully understand which port is assigned to what. If you change output port status without knowing that, the machine can get damage.

Output OUT0

7
-

6
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1
Setter vacuum

0
GUN vacuum

Setter GUN up/down up/down solenoid solenoid Table 3.3 Output mapping information

TEST Move cursor to 5.TEST on Top menu. Press SET button. Now you are in TEST mode. There are three sub menu prepared for TEST mode. This is for testing each motor of machine manually. Move cursor by pressing TAB button to the section you want. Then follow the below sentences.

Figure 3.25 Test menu

XY

ESC Escape test mode

ALT -

TAB

SET

UP Move Y table (back)

DOWN

LEFT

RIGHT

Move to Find XY next origin menu

Move X Move Y Move X table table table (left) (right) (front)

Table 3.4 Output map (XY axis)

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PF1

ESC Escape test mode

ALT -

TAB Move to next menu

SET Find P.F.1 origin

UP -

DOWN -

LEFT

RIGHT

Spin P.F. Spin P.F. (ccw) (cw)

Table 3.5 Output map (Parts Feeder1)

PF2

ESC Escape test mode

ALT -

TAB Move to next menu

SET Find P.F.2 origin

UP -

DOWN -

LEFT

RIGHT

Spin P.F. Spin P.F. (ccw) (cw)

Table 3.6 Output map (Parts Feeder2)

SWING

ESC Escape test mode

ALT

TAB

SET

UP

DOWN

LEFT

RIGHT Gun module (ccw)

Release Move to Find Gun Gun module next module origin menu motor

Adjust Swing Gun module speed (Figure 3.26) (cw)

Table 3.7 Output map (Gun module)

Figure 3.26 Swing test

SPIN

ESC Escape test mode

ALT

TAB

SET Find Setter module origin

UP

DOWN Adjust Spin speed (Figure 3.27)

LEFT Setter module (ccw)

RIGHT Setter module (cw)

Release Move to Setter next module menu motor

Table 3.8 Output map (Setter module)

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Figure 3.27 Spin test

SYSTEM M_PART Move cursor on the 6.SYSTEM turn to as below. on the top menu and press SET button, then LCD will

Figure 3.28 SYSTEM menu

Cursor will be on 1.M_PART when you enter SYSTEM menu. Press SET button. Now you are in 'MAG/PART'.

Figure 3.29 SYSTEM/M_PART menu 1

Cursor will be on 1.MAG when you enter M_PART menu. Already magazine is selected LEFT . If you press SET button on the 1.MAG , then MAG is going to change RIGHT re-press SET button, LEFT .

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Figure 3.30 SYSTEM/M_PART menu 2

LEFT(PF1) in selected, move cursor to P/F and press SET button. Parts Feeder wheel will start moving to find out its origin point. After finding out its origin point, it in Figure 3.7)' and '*****' will turn to proper will move to 'Gem pick up position ( value and its coordinate will be shown as Figure 3.31. In case you want to adjust Parts feeder coordinate, press Left arrow button or Right arrow button, then you can move Parts feeder figure. If you are going to adjust to work position then as above move cursor to 1.MAG press SET button.

Figure 3.31 SYSTEM/M_PART menu 3

This means Parts feeder wheel is located at Gem pick up position coordinate is 00200.

and its

Move cursor to GUN . Gun is the upper cylinder module which has pick up holder at the end of it. In case you want to adjust Gun module position, after press SET button, Left arrow button or Right arrow button, then you can move Gun module to Gem pick up position or Exchange position . When Gun module located Gem pick up position , press Up button or Down button, then you can move Gun module to upside or downside.

Figure 3.32 SYSTEM/M_PART menu 4

In the state which the Gun is down, look carefully whether the stone hole in parts feeder wheel is exactly matched with Gun nozzle. If it is not correctly matched, you try to match by spinning parts feeder wheel. SWING

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Move cursor to 2.SWING LCD will turn to as below.

on the 6.SYSTEM

menu and press SET button, then

Figure 3.33 SYSTEM/SWING menu 1

Now cursor is on 'value' and press SET button. Gun module will start moving to find out its origin point. After finding out its origin point, it will move to 'Exchange position' and '****' will turn to proper value and its coordinate will be displayed as Figure 3.34.

Figure 3.34 SYSTEM/SWING menu 2

This means Gun module is located at 33 steps right from origin point. In case you want to adjust Gun module to make plumb. Press Left arrow button or Right arrow button, then you can move Gun module. SPIN Move cursor to 3.SPIN and press SET button, then LCD will turn to as below.

Figure 3.35 SYSTEM/SPIN menu 1

Now cursor is on 'value' and press SET button. Setter module will start moving to find out its origin point. After finding out its origin point, it will move to 'Exchange position' and '****' will turn to proper value and its coordinate will be displayed as Figure 3.36.

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Figure 3.36 SYSTEM/SPIN menu 2

This means Gun module is located at 33 steps left from origin point. In case you want to adjust Gun module to make plumb. Press Left arrow button or Right arrow button, then you can move Gun module. If you press up or down button then you can move setter cylinder. XY Move cursor to 4.XY and press SET button, then LCD will turn to as below.

Figure 3.37 SYSTEM/XY menu 1

Press Tab button. XY table will start moving to find out its center point. After finding out its center point, '*****:*****' will turn to proper value and its coordinate will be displayed as Figure 3.38.

Figure 3.38 SYSTEM/XY menu 2

This means XY center point is 8116 steps away from X axis origin point and 9740 steps away from Y axis origin point. In case you want to adjust origin point. Press Left, Right, Up and Down arrow button, then you can move XY table. Most suitable point is center point of XY table. PARA~ Move cursor to 5.PARA~

and press SET button, then LCD will turn to as below.

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Figure 3.39 SYSTEM/PARA~ menu

Now you are in PARAMETER SET mode. There are six sub menu prepared for PARAMETER SET mode. This is for adjusting work speed of each parts feeder manually. Move cursor by pressing TAB button to the section you want. If you press SET button when cursor is on ~SS6 then LCD will turn to as below.

Figure 3.40 SYSTEM/PARA~/~SS6 menu

There are six parameters. The parameters in the PARA~ menu is shown in 10ms. This means PK is 310ms, and pick up calibration value means delaying time of Gun nozzle at the Gem pick up position . So if PK has high value, then gem pick up time will be increased but the movement will be more exact. Press Up arrow button or Down arrow button, then you can adjust value. EX means delaying time of Gun nozzle at the Exchange position and ST means delaying time of Setter nozzle when Setter nozzle set down the gem at the XY table. SW means speed of gun module when gun module move to gem exchange position with gem. SP means speed of setter module when setter module move to XY stage side with gem. Now, if you press SET button when cursor is on COMMON then LCD will turn to as below.

Figure 3.41 SYSTEM/PARA~/~SS6 menu/COMMON PARAMETER menu

Now you are in COMMON PARAMETER mode. There are four sub menu prepared for COMMON PARAMETER mode. This is for adjusting common work speed. Move cursor by pressing TAB button to the section you want. SET_VAC means delaying time of setter cylinder after Setter nozzle set down gem at the XY table.

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SW_LEFT means speed of swing module when swing module move to gem exchange position without gem. SP_UP means speed of setter module when setter module move to gem exchange position without gem. SETTER ON means delaying time of setter module when setter cylinder is coming up without gem. DrSET Move cursor to 6.DrSET and press SET button, then LCD will turn to as below. There are six sub menu prepared for DRIVER PARAMETER mode. This is for adjusting Current of motor driver. Move cursor by pressing TAB button to the section you want.

Figure 3.42 SYSTEM/DrSET menu

Move cursor to 1.SPIN

and press SET button, then LCD will turn to as below.

Figure 3.43 SYSTEM/DrSET/SPIN MOTOR PARA menu

3.2. Error message and troubleshooting


When error occurs while running the machine, machine stops and error code display on LCD. You can find out what causes error by this error code. 1. Main air pressure fail ( Error code : 1 ) 1) Cause of error : CAMS 1V-2P can t get a supply air. 2) Check the following. z Is air switch turned on? If air switch turned off, then turn on it. z Is the scale of air service unit between 5 and 6 bar? NO - lift up rotating handle of air service unit and turn to clockwise. YES Go to next step z Is air hose properly plugged into the fitting? NO connect Air hose into the fitting.

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Figure 3.44 - check main air switch on

Figure 3.45 - check scale of air service unit

Figure 3.46 - check hose properly plugged 2. Swing right position fail ( Error code : 2 ) 1) Cause of error : Swing origin sensor can t recognize swing position. 2) Check the following. z Is the sensor cable connected to the sensor properly? NO connect sensor cable to the sensor. YES Go to next step z Check swing origin sensor. If sensor is not good, then change Swing origin sensor. Whether sensor is working or not, You can check in the INPUT mode. Does the sensor dog fasten to gun bracket tightly? Do the sensor dog Fasten to gun bracket tightly.

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Figure 3.47 - check swing cable/sensor/dog 3. Gun Up/Down sensor fail ( Error code : 3 ) 1) Cause of error : When gun cylinder up time is more than 2.5sec. 2) Check the following. z Check Air on/off switch and pressure of air service unit(5~6bar) z Check gun up/down sensor. z If gun rod is stuck tightly to gun bracket, then put oil to gun rod and move up and down a few times

Figure 3.48 - check gun rod and bracket 4. X Axis positioning fail (ccw) ( Error code : 10 ) 1) Cause of error : X origin sensor can t recognize X senor dog at the origin point. (left) 2) Check the following. z Is the sensor cable connected to the sensor properly? NO connect sensor cable to the sensor. YES Go to next step z Check X axis origin sensor.

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If sensor is not good, then change X origin sensor. Whether sensor is working or not, you can check in the INPUT mode.

Figure 3.49 - check X axis cable/sensor 5. Y Axis positioning fail (ccw) ( Error code : 12 ) 1) Cause of error : Y origin sensor can t recognize Y senor dog at the origin point.(back) 2) Check the following. z Is the sensor cable connected to the sensor properly? NO connect sensor cable to the sensor. YES Go to next step z Check Y axis origin sensor. If sensor is not good, then change Y axis origin sensor. Whether sensor is working or not, you can check in the INPUT mode. 6. SWING positioning fail (ccw) ( Error code : 24 ) 1) Cause of error : Swing origin sensor can t recognize swing senor dog at the origin point. (gem exchange position) 2) Check the following. z Is the sensor cable connected to the sensor properly? NO connect sensor cable to the sensor. YES Go to next step z Check Swing origin sensor. If sensor is not good, then change Swing origin sensor. Whether sensor is working or not, you can check in the INPUT mode.

7. Spin positioning fail (ccw) ( Error code : 25 ) 1) Cause of error : Spin origin sensor can t recognize Spin senor dog at the origin point. (bottom) 2) Check the following. z Is the sensor cable connected to the sensor properly? NO Connect sensor cable to the sensor. YES Go to next step

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Check Spin origin sensor. If sensor is not good, then change Spin origin sensor. Whether sensor is working or not, you can check in the INPUT mode.

8. PF1 positioning fail (ccw) ( Error code : 27 ) 1) Cause of error : P.F.1 Proximity sensor can t recognize origin point. (ccw). 2) Take the following steps. z Check the working of PF1 proximity sensor. Go to 6.SYSTEM press SET button.

Figure 3.50 - MENU Go to 1.M_PART press SET button.

Figure 3.51 - SYSTEM Go to 2.P/F press SET button. If the machine doing well, LCD will show you Figure3.50 or sensor does not work properly, LCD will show you Figure3.51 If your machine has error.

Figure 3.52 - MAG/PART z

Figure 3.53 - ERROR[035]

Please follow below instruction. We fixed sensor pin like pic. New parts feeder plate.

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Figure 3.54 - Sensor Pin You can find proximity sensor right side of parts feeder cup.

Figure 3.55 - Proximity sensor Go to menu 3. INPUT.

Figure 3.56 - Input menu And you should match sensor pin and proximity sensor by adjusting proximity sensor`s height in back side of cup. Refer Figure3.54.

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Figure 3.57 - Proximity sensor And If the sensor dog and proximity sensor are not match,[ I ] mark will remain on the screen.

Figure 3.58 - Input Or if the sensor dog and proximity sensor are match properly,[ I ] mark will disappear on the screen.

Figure 3.59 - Input If you did everything , but nothing happen on your machine. you should adjust proximity sensor using your hand.

Figure 3.60 - adjust proximity sensor

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After work, you should fasten the nut. Use the spanner (13mm).

Figure 3.61 - fasten the nut

9. Exceed maximum XY data number ( Error code : 30 ) 1) Cause of error : There are more than 14,000EA of gem in the design source. 2) Adjust quantity of gem less than 14,000EA in the GemMaster.

Figure 3.62 - Adjust quantity of gem

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10. Wrong data sum (download again) ( Error code : 31 ) 1) Cause of error : Download wrong design motif file or data communication error. 2) Download data again at the GemMaster then check data cable and connection. 11. GUN down error(check sensor) ( Error code : 32 ) 1) Cause of error : When gun cylinder down time is more than 2.5sec. 2) check the following. z Check Air on/off switch and pressure of air service unit(5~6bar) z Check gun up/down sensor. z If gun rod is stuck tightly to gun bracket, then put oil to gun rod and move up and down a few times 12. GUN up error(check sensor) ( Error code : 33 ) 1) Cause of error : When gun cylinder up time is more than 2.5sec. 2) check the following. z Check Air on/off switch and pressure of air service unit(5~6bar) z Check gun up/down sensor. z If gun rod is stuck tightly to gun bracket, then put oil to gun rod and move up and down a few times 13. Parts feeder empty(fail 30times) ( Error code : 34 ) 1) Cause of error : Check quantity of gem in the parts feeder cup(fill the parts feeder cup with gem) and parts feeder origin point, parts feeder knob. Adjust gem pick-up position. 2) check the following. z Is the parts feeder cup filled with quantity of gem? NO Fill the parts feeder cup with gem YES Go to next step z look carefully whether the stone hole in parts feeder wheel is exactly matched with Gun nozzle If the stone hole in parts feeder wheel is not matched with Gun nozzle, then you try to match by spinning parts feeder wheel.

Figure 3.63 - Parts feeder empty

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14. PF2 positioning fail (ccw) ( Error code : 35 ) 1) Cause of error : P.F.2 Proximity sensor can t recognize origin point. (ccw). 2) See Error code : 27

15. CAN COMM Cable Check ( Error code : 36 ) 1) Cause of error : The CAN COMM Cable connector is not properly plugged into the socket. Check the connection of the CAN COMM Cable connector and the socket, then Turn the power off and turn it on again. Use two other CAN COMM Cable socket in Driver board and LCD board. Exchange the CAN COMM Cable. Consult with agent then test and exchange PCB board. 16. CAN COMM TimeOut ( Error code : 37 ) 1) Cause of error : LCD board don t have a response from the Driver board. 2) check the following. Check the connection of the CAN COMM Cable connector and the socket, then Turn the power off and turn it on again. Use two other CAN COMM Cable socket in Driver board and LCD board. Exchange the CAN COMM Cable. Consult with agent then test and exchange PCB board.

Figure 3.64 - CAN COMM Cable socket in Driver board(left), LCD board(right) When machine is not working correctly, check Air pressure first.

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4. Maintenance
Check point before maintenance For your safety, follow the below procedure before doing maintenance. Turn off the main disconnection switch. Turn off the Air on/off switch. In case of opening the control box cover which is at the back side of machine, make sure to take the power cable off the power connector for your safety. ( No one should open the control box cover except designated after sale service personnel.) If you face any suspicious situation during checking the machine, contact your local Service Agent. Water drain (check every day by operator) , water separator and air service unit , then it is If water is gathered in Air filter drained automatically. Therefore you must set up a waterspout under the pneumatic system.

Figure 4.1 Water drain

It is not needed to turn off main disconnection switch when water drain is executed. To prevent injuries, release compressed air completely before inspection

IMPORTANT
The pneumatic system of machine must be supplied with waterless compressed air.

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Cleaning fan filter (every week by maintenance engineer)

CAUTION
Turn off main disconnection switch when cleaning fan filter.

Figure 4.2 Fan filter

There is a fan at the right side for ventilating. Clean the fan filter regularly by blowing up using compressed air gun for good system condition.

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Inspection Items and Period

Period Prior inspection

Items Air Regulator Pressure (O)

Method Visual Visual Visual

Standard 5~6 bar Fasten Clamp tightly Connect tightly to the equipment Check the operation of Main Disconnection switch Check the operation of LED Lamp when it turns ON Check the operation of the GUN up-down sensor Check the operation of the XY stage updown sensor Check the operation of XY table Check the operation of Parts feeder Check the operation of GUN module and photo sensor Check the operation of Setter module and photo sensor Check the operation of Emergency switch Must be fastened

Connections for pneumatic line (M) Connections for RS232C cable, (O) Power cable

Operation of Main Disconnection Functional (M) SW Test Operation of Solenoid Valve (M) Visual & Functional Visual

GUN up-down sensor

(M)

XY stage up-down sensor Monthly inspection XY table Parts feeder GUN module

(M) (M)

Visual

Functional test Functional (M) Test (M) Functional Test Functional Test Functional Test Visual

Setter module Emergency switch Screws


(note) (O) A responsibility of operator (M) A responsibility of maintenance engineer

(M) (M) (M)

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5. Adjustment for the main parts of the machine


How to adjust machine and design program to get a good result.

Figure 5.1 - Name of each part of New CAMS

[Part Division] 1) Head Part - Gun cylinder, gun nozzle - Gun origin sensor, setter origin sensor - Setter cylinder, setter nozzle - Vacuum sensor 2) Magazine Part - Parts feeder plate - Parts feeder plate origin sensor 3) Table Part - XY plate - X, Y axis origin sensor

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5.1. Timing belt tension adjustment


Check timing belt tension of X axis and Y axis first. If it is too loose, it is difficult to get a good result as shown on the PC monitor. If the tension is too high, motor shaft and timing belt can get damage easily. I recommend to adjust it as much as the tension of classic guitar string Use X axis and Y axis tension bolt shown in Figure 5.2.

Figure 5.2 Timing belt tension adjustment

5.2. Parts feeder and gun module adjustment


1) For adjust the PF1 parts feeder plate, Move the Magazine part. 6.SYSTEM / 1.M_PART menu Press set button when cursor is on 1.MAG Press set button when cursor is on 2.P/F 2) Swing the gun cylinder. 6.SYSTEM / 1.M_PART menu Press set button when cursor is on 3.GUN then gun module will be located at origin point. Now press left arrow button then gun module will be located at gem exchange position . 3) Up and Down the gun cylinder for checking align the gun nozzle and parts feeder plate hole. If alignment status is not good, move the parts feeder
plate by (+) or (-).

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6.SYSTEM / 1.M_PART menu Press set button when cursor is on 2.P/F then part feeder will be located origin point. Press left arrow button(ccw) or right arrow button(cw) then you can adjust work position of part feeder. 4) After finish to adjusting the PF1 parts feeder plate, Next to PF2 parts feeder plate. 6.SYSTEM / 1.M_PART menu Press SET button when cursor is on 1.MAG . 5) Following the sequence 1)~3) and same to PF2 parts feeder plate 6) If you replace parts feeder plate, for example you need to change SS10 plate to SS16 in PF2 parts feeder position, at first replace parts feeder plate(P.F.P) and press set button for checking rotating P.F.P correctly and then check alignment Gun Nozzle and P.F.P hole.(following sequence 2)~3))

Figure 5.3 Alignment of parts feeder plate and gun nozzle

5.3. Gun module and setter module Adjustment


1) Adjust gun module origin position. 6.SYSTEM / 2.SWING menu Press set button when cursor is on Value . Press left arrow button(cw) or right arrow button(ccw) then you can adjust gun module to make plumb.

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2) Press SET button for Setter Cylinder origin position. 6.SYSTEM / 3.SPIN menu Press set button when cursor is on Value . Press left arrow button(cw) or right arrow button(ccw) then you can adjust setter module to make plumb. If you press up arrow button or down arrow button then you move setter cylinder forward or backward. 3) Check aligns between the Gun Nozzle and Setter Nozzle. 4) If the alignment is not good, move the Setter Cylinder by (+) or (-).

Figure 5.4 - Alignment of gun nozzle and setter nozzle

5.4. Table Position Adjustment


1) Adjust proper XY center position. 6.SYSTEM / 4.XY menu Press SET button. XY table will start moving to find out its center point. After finding out its center point then press Left, Right, Up and Down arrow button, now you can move XY table.

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5.5. Prepare Line data using GemMaster


Draw Lines using GemMaster as shown in Figure 5.5 This is for making it easy to see how the machine set stones on XY table. I recommend to using SS10 rhinestone and setting the distance to 1mm.

Figure 5.5 - Lines for adjusting spin stoppers

After selecting stone, draw line using Icon . (see Figure 5.5) and copy it to draw lines like . Draw one line first like

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