All fine adjustments apply only to the current job and will not affect any other jobs. Note also that settings available will depend upon user access rights (see User Access Right).

  1. Unit Fine Tuning

    1. Select the inserter icon on the machine graphic in the Run screen to display the fine tuning screen.

    2. Select Hardware Fine Tuning to display further information.

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      2. You can change:

        1. The width of the collate pocket guides.
        2. The overall width of the insert fingers.
        3. The time allowed for the flap to seal before the envelope is ejected.
        4. Adjustment of the point at which the wetter beam drops to wet the flap. +ve increases wetting in 1mm steps (moves start point towards insertion area).
        5. Adjustment of the amount of envelope travel into the sealing rollers. +ve = further forward, away from exit direction.
        6. Adjustment of the envelope stop position for insertion. +ve = further forwards, towards exit direction.
        7. Adjustment of the amount of insertion of the insert pack into the envelope. +ve = further forwards past the flap crease.
        8. Adjustment of the amount of envelope forward travel after flap wetting, before reversing to enter the sealing rollers. +ve = further forward into the output rollers, towards the exit direction.

          for high-window envelopes, this should be set to 20 - 50mm +ve.

        9. Adjustment of inserter head speed. Set a lower speed if insert packs are not being fully inserted, eg. for long packs.
        10. Control of blower fan which assists envelope opening. Increase to open envelope more, eg. for thick packs, decrease for single sheets or thin packs.
        11. Changing finger sequence if envelopes are not opening properly. Try other settings if this is the case.
        12. Adjustment of number of envelopes that will feed before the detection flags switches the conveyor back on after it has stopped. Increase number if envelopes are ‘bunching’.
        13. Adjustment of degree of pause of the insertion pawls after inserting pack. Increase if pawls start moving too soon and contacting inserted pack before it has moved towards closer.
        14. Control of the overlap of sealed packs on the output conveyor. Higher number will increase conveyor speed and reduce overlap.
    3. When all adjustments are complete, select the Unit button for hopper settings, as described below.

  2. Hopper Fine Tuning
    1. From here you can adjust hopper settings. Select the envelope icon on the machine graphic in the Run screen then Document Fine Tuning to display further information.

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      2. You can change:

        1. Whether or not the envelope is sealed. Select ‘Off’ if, for example, later hand insertion of an insert or any other item will be required.
        2. The setting of the amount of envelope deskew required. Note a higher level will slow the machine more.

All fine adjustments apply only to the current job and will not affect any other jobs.

Date created:
03/18/2013 02:56:35
Last updated:
03/18/2013 08:17:16
Product(range):
DS-200
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