Think & Tinker, Ltd.
P.O. Box 1606, Palmer Lake, CO 80133
Tel: (719) 488-9640, Fax: (866) 453-8473
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Threading the Roller Nose Lamination Adapter
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- If you are satisfied with the film tracking, open the clutch and turn on both the motor drive and heater switch.
- Let the laminator run for at least 30 minutes to come up to operating temperature.
- Turn the motor speed control to the 8 o'clock position, and close the clutch.
- Let about 6" of film feed through the rollers to expose new adhesive.
- Run a sample part through the machine.
- Tear off the sample and open the clutch.
- Carefully examine the lamination quality of the sample.
- If the lamination is acceptable, you are ready to cruise. If there are unacceptable flaws, please refer to the troubleshooting section of the manual.
- Never over-tighten the tensioning clutches. You only need the supply tension high enough to remove wrinkles from the auto-feed web, and laminating film.
- Periodically clean the RNA with a commercial cleaner that does not leave a coating.
- If you are using an auto-feed web that is narrower than the film guides on the RNA, you might want to cut another spacer to accommodate you film width.
- Always make sure that the auto-feed web and the laminating film are feeding through both sets of lamination rollers before trying to laminate production pieces.
- ALWAYS RUN A TEST PART FIRST!!! Film is a lot cheaper than your inventory. Sacrifice film and perfect your technique before proceeding.
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