Mimaki TS34-1800A Service Manual


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1. OPERATING PRINCIPLE
1.1 Basic Operation
1.1.1 Main Switch Power ON
1.1.2 Sub Switch Power ON
1.1.3 Initial Machine Operation
1.1.4 Detection of a Media Width
1.1.5 Power OFF
1.2 Maintenance Function
1.2.1 CARRIAGE OUT
1.2.2 WIPER REPLACE
1.2.3 NOZZLE WASH
1.2.4 CR.MAINTENANCE
1.2.5 FILL UP INK
1.2.6 DISCHARGE&WASH
1.2.7 Waste Ink Tank Warning
1.3 Ink System
1.3.1 Configuration
1.3.2 Ink System Error Monitoring
1.3.3 Supply Cartridge Control and Selection
1.3.4 Cartridge LED Control
1.3.5 Supply Valve Control
1.3.6 Monitoring of the Amount of Remaining Ink
1.3.7 Use-up Cleaning
1.3.8 Ink Suction and Discharge Control
1.3.9 Initial Filling

2. ELECTRICAL PARTS
2.1 Block Diagram
2.1.1 Connection Diagram Inside the Main Body
2.1.2 Connection Diagram Outside the Main Body
2.2 Operation Explanation
2.2.1 Operation Explanation
2.3 Circuit Board Specifications
2.3.1 Power Supply PCB Assy
2.3.2 Main PCB Assy
2.3.3 PRAM PCB Assy
2.3.4 Regenerative Resistivity PCB Assy
2.3.5 Station PCB Assy
2.3.6 X-axis Motor Relay PCB Assy
2.3.7 HDC PCB Assy
2.3.8 Slider PCB Assy
2.3.9 Head Memory PCB Assy
2.3.10 LED PCB Assy
2.3.11 Keyboard PCB Assy
2.3.12 Take-up PCB Assy
2.3.13 Encoder PCB Assy

3. WORKFLOW
3.1 Ink Related Parts
3.1.1 Replacement of the Head Unit
3.1.2 Replacement of the Cartridge Assy
3.1.3 Replacement of the Wiper Unit
3.1.4 Replacement of the Cutter Assy
3.2 Driving Parts
3.2.1 Replacement of the X-axis Motor
3.2.2 Replacement of the Y-axis Motor
3.2.3 Replacement of the Y Drive Belt
3.2.4 Replacement of the Linear Encoder Scale
3.3 Electrical Parts
3.3.1 Replacement of the Main PCB Assy

4. ADJUSTMENT ITEMS
4.1 Operation Matrix
4.1.1 Matrix of Operations and Adjustments
4.2 Adjustment Function
4.2.1 [HEAD ADJUST] SLANT ADJUST
4.2.2 [HEAD ADJUST] STAGGER ADJUST
4.2.3 [HEAD ADJUST] AVERAGING ADJUST
4.2.4 [HEAD ADJUST] DROP.POS
4.2.5 [HEAD ADJUST] LevelSurfaceCHK
4.2.6 EDGE ADJUST
4.2.7 MEDIA COMP.2
4.2.8 POINTER OFFSET
4.2.9 CAPPING
4.2.10 HEAD ID
4.2.11 HEAD WASH
4.2.12 MANUALhead WASH
4.2.13 MOTOR CURRENT
4.2.14 SERIAL No.
4.2.15 DEALER No.
4.2.16 DEFAULT SET
4.2.17 REPLACE PARTS
4.3 Mechanical Adjustment
4.3.1 Adjustment of the Mounting Location
for the Cutter
4.3.2 Adjustment of the Station Height
4.3.3 Adjustment of the Wiper Height
4.3.4 Positioning of the Encoder Sensor
4.3.5 Centering of the Roll Holder
4.3.6 Positioning of the Wiper Drive Link

5. TEST ITEMS
5.1 Test Function
5.1.1 [CHECK PATTERN] Density Pattern
5.1.2 [CHECK PATTERN] Nozzle Check
5.1.3 [CHECK PATTERN] COLOR
CHART
5.1.4 [CHECK PATTERN] DROP.POS CHK
5.1.5 ALL PATTERN
5.1.6 [MOTOR TEST] X SERVO MOTOR
5.1.7 [MOTOR TEST] Y SERVO MOTOR
5.1.8 [MOTOR TEST] XY SERVO MOTOR
5.1.9 [MOTOR TEST] WIPER MOTOR
5.1.10 [MOTOR TEST] PUMP MOTOR
5.1.11 [MOTOR TEST] TAKE-UP MOTOR
5.1.12 ACTION TEST
5.1.13 SENSOR TEST
5.1.14 OPTION
5.1.15 KEYBOARD LED
5.1.16 Paper Sensor
5.1.17 KEYBOARD TEST
5.1.18 LCD TEST
5.1.19 TIMER CHECK
5.1.20 SKEW CHECK
5.1.21 MEMORY CHECK
5.1.22 [TEMP.CHECK] HEAD TEMP.
5.1.23 [TEMP.CHECK] NOZZLE TEMP.
5.1.24 [TEMP.CHECK] HEAT SINK TEMP.
5.1.25 [TEMP.CHECK] SLIDER TEMP.
5.1.26 LINEAR ENCODER
5.1.27 [INK CARTRIDGE] PACK&END SENSOR
5.1.28 [INK CARTRIDGE] CARTRIDGE VALVE
5.1.29 [INK CARTRIDGE] INK-IC CHECK
5.1.30 [INK CARTRIDGE] CARTRIDGE LED
5.1.31 [WASH CARTRIDGE] PACK&END SENSOR
5.1.32 [WASH CARTRIDGE] CARTRIDGE VALVE
5.1.33 [WASH CARTRIDGE] IC CHECK
5.2 Other Test
5.2.1 Determining COM short circuit
5.2.2 Checking Damage of the Print Heads
5.2.3 Checking Damage of the Main PCB ASSY
5.2.4 Checking Damage of the HDC PCB ASSY
5.2.5 Checking Damage of the Slider PCB
5.2.6 Checking Conduction of HDC FFC COM Line
5.2.7 Checking Conduction of HDC FFC
Data Line

6. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
6.1 Covers
6.1.1 Cover Layout
6.2 Ink-related Parts
6.2.1 Damper
6.2.2 Head Unit
6.2.3 Pump Motor
6.2.4 Pump Assy
6.2.5 Cap Head Assy
6.2.6 Valve Assy
6.2.7 Cutter Assy
6.2.8 Cap Base
6.2.9 Changing Joint
6.3 Drive System
6.3.1 X-axis Motor Assy
6.3.2 Y-axis Motor
6.3.3 Y Drive Pulley
6.3.4 Y Drive Belt
6.3.5 Linear Encoder Scale
6.3.6 Wiper Unit
6.3.7 Take-up Motor
6.4 Electrical Parts
6.4.1 Power Supply PCB Assy
6.4.2 Main PCB Assy
6.4.3 PRAM PCB Assy
6.4.4 Mini Memory PCB Assy
6.4.5 LED PCB Assy
6.4.6 Station PCB Assy
6.4.7 Paper Sensor
6.4.8 X-axis Motor Relay PCB Assy
6.4.9 X Motor Junction FFC 180 (1) and 180 (2)
6.4.10 HDC FPC 180 Assy
6.4.11 Slider PCB Assy
6.4.12 Keyboard PCB Assy
6.4.13 Encoder PCB Assy
6.4.14 Fan Motor
6.4.15 Take-up Motor PCB Assy
6.4.16 ID Contact PCB CN032 Assy
6.4.17 Detector Assy, I/C, Y
6.4.18 HDC PCB Assy
6.4.19 Replacement procedure for fuse of the Main PCB
6.4.20 Replacement procedure for fuse of the HDC PCB
6.5 Sensors
6.5.1 Sensor Layout

7. TROUBLESHOOTING
7.1 Details on Errors and Malfunctions
7.1.1 Concerning Errors and Malfunctions
7.1.2 List of Error Messages
7.1.3 List of Warning Messages
7.2 Detailed Methods of Coping with the Malfunctions
7.2.1 Electrical Troubleshooting

8. OPERATION FLOW
8.1 Basic Operation
8.1.1 Start
8.1.2 Initial Filling
8.1.3 Media Detection
8.2 Print Mode
8.2.1 LOCAL / REMOTE
8.2.2 SETUP
8.2.3 MAINTENANCE
8.2.4 MACHINE SETUP
8.3 Common Setting
8.3.1 INFORMATION
8.4 Service Mode
8.4.1 #ADJUST
8.4.2 #TEST
8.4.3 #PARAMETER

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