It is inevitable to encounter failures when the laminator is working

By ronghua at 2021-01-26 • 0 collector • 53 pageviews

The application of laminating machine is relatively extensive, whether it is packaging or printing, the post-press processing of products is indispensable with the help of laminating machine. When the laminator is working, it is inevitable that you will encounter some failures. Now, let me introduce the common failures of the laminator for you, so that the operator can discover and maintain it in time.

1. The machine does not start: the input wire is blocked, the power wire is connected reversely, and the voltage is not enough;

2. Inaccurate temperature measurement: Whether the thermocouple and temperature controller are installed incorrectly or whether they are damaged;

3. The working vacuum cannot be increased: the air circuit is blocked, the hand valve or solenoid valve is not closed, the vacuum pump motor belt is loose, and the vacuum gauge is damaged.

4. Suction breaking phenomenon: the temperature is too high, the heating time is too long, the film quality is not good, and there is no heating.

5. Insufficient suction film: insufficient vacuum, air leakage, insufficient temperature, film too thin, workpiece pasted with other materials, the depth of the workpiece exceeds the film lift, the suction time is too short, the film does not lift, the distance between the workpiece Too close.

6. When the film is not sucked up, the film is pulled up downwards: whether the solenoid valve or the hand valve is open.

7. The surface of the overlaid workpiece is folded and not smooth or the corners are not wrapped: the film is not straightened, the film quality is not good, the workpiece is not polished, too much glue is sprayed, and the template under the workpiece is too low.

The above is an introduction to the common faults of the laminating machine, I hope it will help you. To buy or wholesale high-quality laminating machines, please feel free to contact us: laminating machine supplier.


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