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Table of Contents
                            Cover Page
Table of Contents
Preface / Safety Instructions
Preface
Additional information for USA, Canada
Safety instructions
Personal protective equipment
Transport and operating conditions
1 Introduction
1.1 Getting to know your ALLROUNDER
1.1.1 Technical data ALLROUNDER 570 C
1.1.2 Dimensions for mould installation / ejector connections
1.1.3 Mould weights
1.1.4 Machine transport
1.1.5 Machine installation
1.1.6 Cooling water and pneumatic connections
1.1.7 Electrical connections
1.1.8 Filling the hydraulic oil
1.1.9 Checking the direction of rotation of the pump motor
1.1.10 Setting the nozzle centre
1.1.11 Noise emission
1.2 Inspecting the safety devices
1.2.1 Overview of the safety devices on the ALLROUNDER 470 C, 570 C
1.2.2 Inspecting the safety devices on the clamping unit
1.2.3 Inspecting the safety devices on the injection unit
1.2.4 Overview of the switch designations of safety devices ALLROUNDER 470 C, 570 C
1.2.5 Inspecting the hoses
1.2.6 Replacement of parts after natural ageing
1.2.7 Safety markings
1.2.8 Position of the safety markings - ALLROUNDER CENTEX
1.2.9 Inspecting the viewing panels
1.2.11 Inspection of screw-in fixing points for hoisting gear
1.3 General information on the SELOGICA  controller
1.3.1 Modular structure of the SELOGICA controller
1.3.2 Software packages
1.3.3 Introduction to the screen layout
1.3.4 The status lines
1.3.5 Navigation mode and navigation level
1.3.6 The direct access keys
1.3.7 The special keys
1.3.8 The editing box
1.3.9 The parameter panel
1.3.10 The navigation levels
1.4 Overview of the operating elements
1.4.1 The most important operating elements and their functions
1.4.5 The operating panels
1.5 Accessories and machine sizes
1.5.1 Available accessories and optional equipment
1.6.3 Cycle time diagram
2  Production sequence, production / order control
2.1 Basic information on the production sequence
2.3 Extended production sequences
2.3.1 Basic sequence
2.3.2 Inserting symbols in the sequence
2.3.3 Erasing symbols
2.3.4 Moving symbols
2.3.5 Changing the start condition, switching over the drive
2.3.6 Programming examples of various production cycles
2.4 Markings in the sequence
2.4.1 Dry cycle / automatic cycle
2.5 Data input
2.5.1 Inputting production data
2.5.2 Inputting mould data
2.5.3 Changing the units
2.6 Order control, production control
2.6.1 Inputting order data
2.6.2 Operating mode selection
2.6.3 Automatic switch-on/off
2.6.4 Sequences for start-up and shut-down
2.6.5 Order change
3 Machine movements
3.1 Machine movements
3.1.1 Parameter input and colour codes
3.1.2 Direction of movement in the graphical displays
3.2 Parameter input for machine movements
3.2.1 Options for selecting parameter panels
3.2.2 Basic information on parameter panels
3.2.3 Parameters for mould movements
3.2.4 Parameters for ejector movements
3.2.5 Parameters for nozzle movements
4 Temperatures, plasticizing process and part formation
4.1 Temperature settings for the injection unit
4.1.1 Recommended values for nozzle and cylinder temperatures
4.1.2 Temperature settings for the nozzle and cylinder heating
4.1.3 Cylinder cooling, programmable
4.2 Mould temperature control settings
4.2.1 Mould cooling, manually adjustable
4.3 Nominal value control of cylinder and mould temperature
4.5 Plasticizing process
4.5.1 Dosage
4.5.3 Diagram: stroke volume / screw stroke injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
4.5.4 Decompression
4.6 Moulded part formation
4.6.1 Options for moulded part formation
4.6.2 Injection
4.6.3 Holding pressure
4.6.4 Remaining cooling time
5 Production control
5.1 Quality assurance
5.1.1 General information on quality assurance
5.1.2 Configuration of the monitoring graphics
5.1.3 Displaying the monitoring charts
5.1.4 Quality control and quality monitoring
5.3.2 Freely configurable pages
5.4 Monitoring functions
5.4.1 fiMonitoring off in set-up operating modefl
5.4.2 Monitoring functions of machine, mould and injection unit
5.4.3 Monitoring functions
5.4.4 Mould position monitoring
5.4.5 End position monitoring via stroke marker
5.5 Printer
5.5.1 Types of printer
5.5.2 Printer connection
5.5.3 Printer configuration
5.5.5 Configuration of documentation (printing or saving data
5.5.6 Archiving parameter panels and sequences, printing hard copies
6 Data set handling
6.1 Editing level and program designations
6.2 Program administration
6.2.1 Data memory
6.2.2 Program administration
7 Working with the machine
7.1 Setting into Operation
7.1.1 Inspections when installing the machine and during initial  setting into operation
7.1.2 Switching on the machine
7.1.3 Mould installation ALLROUNDER 470/520/570 C
7.1.4 Zeroing the stroke measuring systems
7.1.5 Starting up the machine
7.2 Change of material, end of production
7.2.1 Important information on various plastics
7.2.2 Adjustment values and processing information  for injection  moulding materials
7.2.4 End of production, stopping the machine
7.4.3 User authorisation with transponder cards
7.5.6 Safety instructions for horizontal parting line injection
8 What to do in the case of malfunctions
8.1 Diagnosis
8.1.1 Valves / switches
8.2 Alarm functions
8.2.1 fiAlarmsfl parameter panels and alarm functions
8.2.2 Alarm sequence
9 Cleaning and maintenance work
9.1 Cleaning the plasticizing cylinder, screw and nozzle
9.1.1 Removing the injection unit
9.1.2 Swivelling the injection unit
9.1.3 Cleaning the plasticizing cylinder and screw with a cleaning agent
9.1.4 Nozzle removal, cleaning and installation  injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
9.1.5 Removing, cleaning and reinstalling the screw,  injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
9.2 Changing the screw tips
9.2.1 Screw tips
9.2.2 Tools necessary for changing the nozzle tips
9.2.3 Installing / removing the screw tips
9.4 Changing the plasticizing cylinder
9.4.1 Changing the cylinder, injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
9.4.3 Reinstalling the cylinder after it has been dismantled
9.5 Installing the thermocouples
9.5.1 Replacing the thermocouples on the plasticizing cylinder, injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
9.5.2 Exchanging the thermocouples on the nozzle,  injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
9.6 Changing the heating elements
9.6.1 Changing the heating elements,  injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
9.6.2 Changing the nozzle heating band,  injection unit 800 (15.3 oz
9.7 External heating-up of the cylinder module
9.8 Maintenance and inspection work
9.8.1 Maintenance schedule
9.8.2 Oil change, inspection of toothed ring
9.8.3 Maintenance of the oil filter / oil cooler
9.8.4 Venting the hydraulic system
9.8.6 Maintenance and repair work on the hydraulic system
9.8.9 Pressure settings
9.9 Hydraulic oils and lubricants
9.10 Environmental protection measures
9.10.2 Gaseous materials / vapours
9.10.3 Disposal of used oils and lubricants
10 Graphical recording and measuring systems
10.1 Graphics - nominal/actual values
10.1.1 Configuration of graphics
10.1.2 Recording the starting point
10.1.3 Setting the graphics
10.1.4 Graphics display
10.2 Measuring systems
10.2.1 Measuring systems of the SELOGICA ™direct™ controller
10.2.2 Connecting and configurating the measuring system
10.2.3 Measuring the mould cavity pressure
10.2.4 External switch-over devices
10.2.5 Measuring system for thermocouples
10.2.6 General measuring system
11 In/outputs
11.2 Programmable outputs
11.2.1 Function of the programmable outputs
11.2.2 Start and end conditions for programmable outputs
11.2.3 Linking and repeating outputs
11.2.4 Movement stages and output active in end position
11.2.5 Outputs non-cyclic, alternating
11.2.6 Starting outputs as a stroke-dependent function
11.2.7 Additional functions for outputs
11.2.8 Parameters for programmable outputs
11.2.9 Monitoring
14 Part removal
14.2 EUROMAP 67 interface for robot system
14.2.1 General information on the interface
14.2.2 Connection between injection moulding machine and robot system
14.2.3 Pin assignment
14.2.4 Activating the robot system
14.2.5 Selecting the operating mode of the robot system
14.2.6 Inputting parameters for the robot system
14.2.7 Connecting a robot system, function check
14.2.8 Signal transfer, EUROMAP 67 interface
14.2.9 EUROMAP 12 adapter
14.3.3 Mould blow device
17 Software options / process technology
17.8 Production protocol
17.8.1 Parameter selection for the production protocol
17.8.2 Protocol (logging
17.8.3 Random sample selection
17.8.4 Production protocol
17.8.5 Protocol graphics
Important information
ARBURG subsidiaries and agencies
Important ARBURG addresses
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Document Text Contents
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ARBURG GmbH + Co KG
Postfach 11 09
72286 Lossburg
Tel.: +49 (0) 74 46 33-0
Fax: +49 (0) 74 46 33 33 65
http://www.arburg.com
e-mail: [email protected]

Operating manual
for machine no. 207185

Thermofisher Scientific
FSP BioLife Sciences Group


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5.1.2 Configuration of the monitoring graphics

Graphical recording With the SELOGICA direct controller you have the possibility of graph-
ically recording the chronological progress of several actual values
and of monitoring them on-screen.

With the aid of the additionally displayable reference curve (see
chapter 5.1.3) you can carry out a precise comparison of the nominal
values with the recorded actual values.

The curves recorded by the controller are displayed in up to eight
charts and monitored.

In each monitoring chart a curve and the respective monitoring
settings are displayed.

With standard equipment the following actual values can be recorded
and monitored:

� injection pressure,

� injection flow,

� pressure, control circuit 1,

� screw volume.

Configuration Before you can record the actual values, you must first configure the
monitoring chart and enter the data you require.

1 Recording signal
2 Recording condition

Count of monitoring charts Recording condition 1

Count of recording conditions

Recording condition 2

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Count of monitoring charts
f3003

● Input here the number of monitoring charts you require (max. 8
charts).

� After inputting a number greater than ’0’, further parameters are
displayed.

Count of recording conditions
f3001

With this parameter you can define up to two recording conditions.

Recording conditions
1 and 2

The recording conditions are comprised of various parameters (start,
delay, duration, threshold). The start condition can later be assigned
to the monitoring signal.

You can choose between the following possibilities:

� Start with injection
Recording starts with injection.

� Start with holding pressure
Recording starts at switch-over to holding pressure

� Screw volume for injection
Here you must input the screw volume at which the recording is to
start.

� Pressure threshold, injection pressure
Input a threshold value here, at which the recording is to start, e.g.
700 bar. In addition you can also input a delay, if required, or an
enable volume.

� Pressure threshold, meas. system 1 - 8 1

Input the threshold value here (at which recording is to start).

� Start via sequence marking. 1

Here you can individually define the starting and stopping points of
the monitoring chart by a marking in the production sequence.

Delay Delay time for recording conditions 1 and 2. This time starts when the
recording condition is fulfilled and thus offers you the possibility of
starting with a delay:

1 start condition fulfilled
2 delay
3 start of recording
4 recording duration
5 end of recording
6 time axis

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Tell us your opinion…

… concerning this operating manual!

As an operator you work daily with our injection moulding machine and use this operating
manual. Therefore, you know best what proves its worth in actual practice.

We endeavour to produce an operating manual which allows you to operate the
machine in the most optimum, safe and efficient manner.

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Postfach 11 09
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