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400V machines always must be connected with 3 phases and one grounding.
With 4-wire wiring, the neutral conductor is omitted, with 5-wire wiring, a neutral conductor must also be connected (please also note this for any extra used extension cables)!
400V motors running only on 2 phases get hot very quickly and thus trigger the overload protection or break.
Please check the electrical connection and the supply line of your machine (also a possibly used extension cable).
400V machines always must be connected with 3 phases and an earthing.
With 4-wire wiring, the neutral conductor is omitted, with 5-wire wiring, a neutral conductor must also be connected!
400V motors running only on 2 phases become very hot quickly and thus trigger the overload protection or break.
Please also check if possibly present drive belt is sufficiently tensioned.
Please check the electrical connection (plug + supply cable) and check if you generate a clockwise rotating field with the connected phases. If not, then the phase assignment does not match your mains / house wiring and must be changed / adapted on the machine. To do this, simply change 2 phases (L1/L2 or L1/L3).
Please check the carbon brushes from the motor of your machine. These are wear parts which must be replaced sooner or later depending on the operating hours. If you have a machine with an induction motor, please contact our Holzmann customer service. (email@example.com)
Please check if you are sufficiently fused for the machine used. 230V machines with a high motor power or high starting current require a 16 amp fuse with class C tripping characteristic "slow blow".
If you are not equipped with a C-16 fuse, please contact an electrician. Work in the distribution box may only be carried out by a specialist.
Please note that many smaller machines do not have a separate switch for emergency stop, as this is only required for a certain size.
Yellow emergency-stop-caps are prohibited by the Machinery Directive 2006/42/eg and have not been installed for several years. The legislation argues here with examples of jamming due to the cover cap.
In all small machines where the on/off switch is easily accessible, the emergency stop is usually not used at all.
These are the rated operating modes of electric motors. A rated operating mode is a basic description of the load on an electrical machine. The nominal operating modes are defined in the international standard IEC 60034-1, which corresponds to the European standard EN 60034-1 and various national standards.
Since it would be uneconomical to design all machines for every conceivably difficult task, nominal operating modes have been defined in order to be able to clearly identify both a suitability for difficult conditions and a restriction to particularly light tasks.
S1 = continuous operation with constant load, S6 = periodic operation with load and speed changes (cooling phases).
Please note that these specifications always refer to one and the same motor and that these machines are not offered with different motors.
Belts must be tensioned differently depending on their condition (flat belts, V-belts, toothed belts, etc.).
However, the following rule applies to most belts:
The drive belt may move when the tension is correct and the lateral pressure is 2 kg. Let the belt compress approx. 2mm.
If you have any questions about belt tension, please contact the Holzmann customer service (after-sales service or workshop)
Generally it can be said that there is no difference in power between a 400V (3 phase three-phase current) and 230V (single phase) driven machine.
For the majority of the machines, which are offered in both voltage types, it is rather a question of personal preference or which connection sockets one has available.
In most cases, a 230V single-phase line is used to draw more current so that the motor can deliver the same power. The installed 230V motor is then operated with the help of a starting capacitor.
For 400V motors, the current drawn is divided into 3 phases. Furthermore, all 3 coils of the motor can be connected directly to one phase, which reduces the starting current.
Please check the On/Off switch of the dust collection machine. If the is a magnet switch it must be bridged or replaced by a mechanical switch.
Check if there is enough lubricant on the thicknesser table. The boards are not pulled in without lubricant. If enough lubricant is used and the boards are still not drawn in, check the pressure of the finfeed rollers. The pressure of the feed roller (mostly corrugated) and the extraction roller (mostly rubberized) can be adjusted by adjusting screws from above (most Allen screws).
Planing knives must be sharpened and correctly adjusted. The planing knives must all protrude equally from the planing shaft. Lubricant must be applied to the surfaces. The finfeed rate must be selected to match the chip removal. The chip removal must be selected to match the processed wood. In the case of very soft woods, the pressure of the finfeed rollers should also be checked.
All planing machines are supplied with a free planing knife setting gauge as standard, but in most cases this is not mentioned in the instructions. This is a U-shaped, longitudinally bent component.
Please check the safety devices of the machine. There are 2 keys (1-2 according to the exploded view) on the extraction hood which must be pressed in completely - a "click noise" must be heard when actuating. All other microswitches must be free of wood dust and operated (dressing table, extraction hood).
Please check the safety devices of the machine.
All planing machines have micro switches fitted to the dressing tables or the extraction hood which must engage when the tables / extraction hood are closed.
Please also check whether the bolts which actuate the microswitches are also free of dust / chips.
When closing the tables / suction hood a "click noise" must be heard.
Please check the connection of the machine. There must be 3 phases and grounding connected - there is no neutral conductor on this machine! (the light blue cable is one phase).
The dressing tables should be preset at the factory to align with each other. If this is not the case, the tables can be adjusted using the hinges or conical bolts. You are welcome to request step-by-step instructions from Holzmann Customer Service (firstname.lastname@example.org).
A 12mm collet chuck is supplied as standard. You can buy optional 10mm, 8mm and 6mm collets for 19,90 € incl. VAT. Order-Number: FS160LSPZ-12/10/8/6
No! The company Holzmann Maschinen Holzmann Maschinen can only offer stops, sliding tables and all types of attachments as original components in the standard dimensions.
Please check the belt tension. Tension the drive belt after a few hours of operation.
Yes, all circular saws are supplied in several packages. The machine must be assembled, adjusted and commissioned independently.
The main casting table should be preset at the factory for each circular saw - otherwise it must be set so that the T-slots are parallel to the saw blade. The sizing disk carriage (if present) must be set exactly parallel to the table or saw blade. The distance between the sliding carriage and the cast iron table must remain the same over the entire length. All stops must also be mounted at the correct angle to the saw blade.
If you have a 400V machine, first check the direction of rotation. The direction of rotation can be corrected by reversing the polarity (phase change). Please check whether the suction hose or the safety grille prescribed by CE on the fan housing is blocked. Extraction systems with particularly high output must not be reduced too much. These units are designed to suck a very large amount of air through a thick hose with a relatively low negative pressure. If the reduction is too strong, e.g. 100mm to 40mm, the suction power collapses and is then no longer sufficient to operate smaller devices dust-free. However, one can help oneself with a second connection through which external air is sucked in.
Unfortunately this does not work. These units are designed to suck a very large amount of air through a thick hose at a relatively low vacuum. If the hose diameter is reduced too much, for example from 100 mm to 27 mm, the suction power collapses. It is then no longer sufficient to operate hand circular saws, routers or grinding machines dust-free.
Only with an appropriate fine dust filter e.g. ABSFF1 or ABSFF2. These filter particles from 1μm, which would correspond to filter class M5.
The company Holzmann Maschinen GmbH grants the function only for wood chips or wood dust. If other materials such as PVC are sucked off, Holzmann Maschinen GmbH cannot assume any warranty. For any kind of metal we recommend the metal extraction system MABS750.
All extraction systems from Holzmann Maschinen GmbH are not certified with regard to filter classes and are therefore not subdivided into filter classes. Our extraction systems are designed for the extraction of wood chips and can be equipped with a fine dust filter (ABSFF1, ABSFF2) for fine dust. There is a separate FAQ regarding the permissible use.
Companies which are under a trade supervision are not allowed to use these extraction systems in closed rooms. Unclassified extraction systems must be located in open spaces and can be connected to the machines by means of a pipe (hose / pipe).
YES! The supplied template can be adapted for each machine or the drill holes for the machine must be drilled into the template.
The router is screwed to the supplied black/yellow/red template. The drill holes must be drilled by yourself. As standard, no screws are supplied for mounting, these must be selected according to the brand and ordered externally.
All suction hoses are suitable for the suction and transport of abrasive granular media, especially for the wood processing industry.
Furthermore, all suction hoses are flame-retardant according to DIN4102 B1 and permanent antistatic (R<1E10 Ohm), discharge capacity according to BGI739-2 when the spiral is grounded.
Please check the security devices of the machine. The belt cover must be completely closed - the plate bracket must actuate the microswitch. The spindle guard must be correctly mounted and folded in. A "click noise" must be heard when folding in.
0.07mm -> measured on the fully extended main spindle
Please check which parts cause the unbalance. In most cases the unbalance is caused by the drill chuck or from the mandrel/taper which have nothing to do with the machine.
For all turning and milling machines from our product range, a viscous oil with the viscosity ISO220 (e.g. GOE5L) or a comparable SAE140 oil is to be used. Colloquially we talk about fluid grease or gear glue - because these oils are very viscous. Please do not use the supplied inlet oil during operation - it is too thin!
As a standard, our far east factories fill in oils which provide increased corrosion protection and better cleaning efficiency due to the sea air and the expected service life (overseas transport). Other manufacturers also do this for safety reasons because they cannot predict how long the machines will remain in stock. These oils have a limited lubricating effect and are therefore changed after the running-in period.
The Multifix tool holder is a standard accessory for metal lathes, which must be independently adapted to the locating bolt of the lathe for assembly.
The Multifix is turned to the bolt diameter and can then be mounted.