Graphtec FC2250 Service Manual and Parts Catalog


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Table of contents:

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 Model Names and Basic Specifications
1.2 Standard Accessories
1.3 Main Specifications
1.4 External Dimensions
1.5 Stand Assembly Procedure
1.6 Mounting Procedure
1.7 Removing the Y Bar Retaining Brackets
1.8 Selecting the Vacuum Pump
1.9 Installation Location

2. DESCRIPTION OF PARTS
2.1 Plotter Nomenclature
2.2 Control Panel
2.3 Types of Cutter Blades and Their Features
2.4 Cutter Pen Nomenclature

3. BASIC OPERATION
3.1 Replacing the Cutter Blade
3.2 Adjusting the Blade Length
3.3 Mounting the Cutter Pen
3.4 Adjusting the Pen Carriage Height
3.5 Turning On the Plotter and Initialization
3.6 Loading the Medium
3.7 PAUSE Menu Configuration
3.8 Setting the Cutting Conditions
3.9 Printing a Conditions List
3.10 Printing a Character Dump List
3.11 Printing the Self-Test Pattern

4. DAILY MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
5. RECOMMENDED PARTS LIST

6. LIST OF TOOLS
6.1 Tools

7. DISASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT
7.1 Outer Part
7.1.1 Right Front Cover
7.1.2 Left Front Cover
7.1.3 Right Rear Cover
7.1.4 Left Rear Cover
7.1.5 Pen Block Cover
7.1.6 Front Y Bar Cover
7.1.7 Y Motor Cover
7.1.8 X Motor Cover
7.1.9 X Motor Relay Board Cover
7.1.10 Control Box Cover
7.1.11 High Voltage Power Supply Board Cover (For ES model only)
7.2 X-Axis Drive Part
7.2.1 X Motor
7.2.2 X Motor Belt
7.2.3 X Drive Belt
7.2.4 Front X Belt
7.2.5 Rear X Belt
7.2.6 Adjusting the X Drive Belt Tension
7.2.7 Adjusting the Front X Belt Tension
7.2.8 Adjusting the Rear X Belt Tension
7.2.9 Checking the Belt Tension of the Front and Rear X belt
7.2.10 X Home Sensor
7.2.11 X Flexible Cable
7.3 Pen Block Part
7.3.1 Pen Block
7.3.2 Registration Mark Sensor
7.3.3 Adjusting the Pen Arm Slider Shaft
7.4 Y Drive Part
7.4.1 Y Motor
7.4.2 Y Motor Belt
7.4.3 Adjusting the Y Motor Belt Tension
7.4.4 Adjusting the Y Drive Belt Tension
7.5 Y Bar Part
7.5.1 Y Bar
7.5.2 Preparations before detaching the Y bar
7.5.3 Checking the Sliding of the Y Bar Frame (Manual Check)
7.5.4 Adjusting the Perpendicularity Precision
7.5.5 Y Belt
7.5.6 Adjusting the Y Belt Tension
7.5.7 Y Flexible Cable
7.5.8 Preparing the Y Flexible Cable Assembly
7.5.9 Y Home Sensor
7.5.10 Y Drive Belt
7.5.11 Y Slider
7.5.12 Adjusting the Roller Pressure of the Y Slider
7.6 X Slider
7.6.1 Front X Slider
7.6.2 Adjusting the Roller tension of the Front X Slider
7.6.3 Rear X Slider
7.6.4 Adjusting the Roller Tension of the Rear X Slider
7.7 Control Box
7.7.1 Main Board
7.7.2 Main Relay Board
7.7.3 Power Supply Board
7.7.4 Power Supply Relay Board
7.8 Replacing the Electrostatic Adhesion Plate
7.8.1 Peeling Off the Electrostatic Adhesion Plate
7.8.2 Preliminary Preparations for Pasting On New Plate
7.8.3 Attaching the Electrostatic Adhesion Plate

8. ELECTRICAL ADJUSTMENTS
8.1 List of Items Requiring Readjustment
8.2 Flowchart of the Adjustment Sequence
8.2.1 The main board was replaced
8.2.2 The pen block was replaced
8.2.3 The X home sensor was replaced
8.2.4 The Y home sensor was replaced
8.2.5 The registration mark sensor was replaced
8.2.6 The X or Y motor was replaced
8.2.7 The X or Y belt was replaced
8.2.8 The Y bar was removed
8.3 Location of the Boards
8.4 Explanation of the Values of the Main Board
8.5 Setting the DIP Switches
8.6 Updating the System Firmware
8.7 Clearing the Non-Volatile RAM
8.8 Inputting the Gain Value
8.9 Adjusting the Home Position
8.10 Adjusting the Pen Height
8.11 Adjusting the Pen Force
8.12 Adjusting the Distance and the Perpendicularity Accuracy
8.13 Adjusting the Pen Interval
8.14 Adjusting the Registration Mark Sensor Sensitivity
8.15 Adjusting the Offset of the Registration Mark Sensor
8.16 Selecting the model
8.17 Testing the Control Panel Keys and Home Sensors
8.18 About Start Up Mode

9. TROUBLESHOOTING
9.1 Troubleshooting Flowcharts
9.1.1 Checking for Faulty Rotation of the Blade
9.1.2 The Cutting Media Cannot be Satisfactorily Cut
9.1.3 Initialization is Abnormal
9.1.4 Pen UP/DOWN Operations are Abnormal
9.1.5 The X-axis Backlash is Excessive
9.1.6 The Y-axis Backlash is Excessive
9.1.7 The Y or X position is shifted
9.2 The Plotter is Turned On But Doesn’t Operate
9.3 Error Messages
9.4 Error Messages in GP-GL Command Mode
9.5 Error Messages in HP-GL Emulation Mode
9.6 The Cutting Results are Unsatisfactory

10. PARTS LISTS
10.1 Mainframe
10.2 Stand
10.3 Control Panel
10.4 Control Unit
10.5 X Drive Unit
10.6 Y Drive Section
10.7 Standard Accessories

11. BLOCK DIAGRAMS AND CIRCUIT DIAGRAMS
11.1 Wiring Connection
11.2 Key Relay Board (PR223281)
11.3 Main Relay Board (PN6121-02B)
11.4 X Relay Board (PN6121-11C)
11.5 X Flex. Board (PN6121-03C)
11.6 X-Y Relay Board (PN6121-04C)
11.7 Pen Flex. Board (PN6121-05C)
11.8 Pen Flex. Board 1 (PN6121-06C)
11.9 2-Pen Board (PN6121-08C)
11.10 High Voltage Board (PR31001C)
11.11 Main Board (PN6121-01C)
11.12 Power Relay Board (PN5042-04)
11.13 Miscellaneous