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Stapler common problem analysis (2)
Dec 20, 2017

Stapler common problem analysis(2)

7. Dingzao (set foot) a long or short or long are short; the first reason is improper        adjustment. Adjust the thickness of the book by adjusting the length of the claw after    conditioning appropriate common.

8. Nail saw the tip out of the tip. This kind of illnesses often attack in thick thick      hard nails book, it is a kind of difficult problem handling. Its manifestations are in    the book after the bend on the corner showing no crack and crack tip, saw the cover      will cover broken or slippery break, the formation of the cover is lost. There are        roughly three reasons: wire diameter does not fit, the pressure is not appropriate, or    tight hook (claw) push plate is too high, the tip of the wire off the top. 

9. claws (nail feet) pressure is not real or a compaction a pressu

   re false. The reason: tight claw (claw) push plate is too low, when up to the intended    orientation, the nail can not hold the real, a pair of tight claws (claws) uneven or      up to the predetermined orientation is not parallel. 

10. Set claw crooked. The main reason is that the quality of iron wire carton printing is     poor, there are burrs, not smooth and straight; wire is soft, and the book is not         properly placed; nail after the formation of non-straight corners; forming skateboard     inappropriate, such as the groove is too wide , The board is too narrow or               inappropriate pressure and so on. 

11. Book before the book should be based on the thickness of the selected wire and set       the type of plate, the claw need to adjust the length of the relative symmetry.

12. Adjust the "tight hook", the demand exceeds the plane 2-3mm. According to this           operation, the bound book will meet the carton printing quality requirements.


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