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1 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Machine Overview

2 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 2 General Description of the TJ8300

3 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 3 TJ8300 Overview  The TJ8300 is a wide format digital printing device.  The TJ8300 works with inkjet technology.  The concept of the machine is based on using RIP files and printing them with various pre-print options.  The machine can be operated by a single person.  The machine is designed to work in a queue mode with different jobs. It can run one job after another automatically, even though the parameters are different for each job.  The machine is designed to work with a variety of substrates.  The machine works with roll-to-sheet.

4 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 4 TJ8300 Structure The TJ8300 station consists of the following sub-units:  Electronic cabinet and machine operation stand  Printing unit  Media feeding system (Loader)  Vacuum unit (machine No. 75 and newer)  Service unit – for vacuum and evacuation (up to machine No. 74) Note: All sub-units are assembled on the printing unit during the integration phase and do not need to be reassembled during installation.

5 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 5 TJ8300 Structure (Cont.) Additional equipment for the TJ8300 station:  External dryer (includes media collector)

6 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 6 Electronic Cabinet and Machine Operation Stand This sub-unit consists of the following:  Computer  Power supplies  Image data processing hardware  Control hardware

7 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 7 Electronic Cabinet and Machine Operation Stand (Cont.)  The computer is used for:  File preparation  Machine control  Receiving a file from an external source (RIP station)  AC power transformer  Generates all of the AC power used in the machine  Supply unit  Supplies and generates voltages for data path, motion units and other electronic devices

8 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 8 Electronic Cabinet and Machine Operation Stand (Cont.)  QLM and TPFM units  Image data processing hardware converts digital image files to printing orders for the printing unit up to machine 100.  MCDU and Drum driver  Motion control units  Motion safety  Control unit  I/O system  ACB (Iron & external dryer)  Solamp  Galil

9 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 9 Electronic Cabinet and Machine Operation Stand (Cont.)  EC  Main power inlet to the machine, controlling drum and bridge heating, and service cabinet  Supplies power for the AC transformer, supply unit, computer, monitor, drum heating units, and pumps  Rear operation panel  Machine main switch  Emergency switch  Paper advance  Load, Stop and Cut buttons

10 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 10 Printing Unit This unit is the main part of the station. The function of the printing unit is to: 1.Load rolled substrates onto the drum. 2.Print the image. 3.Unload the substrate towards the external dryer.

11 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 11 Printing Unit (Cont.) The printing unit consists of the following:  Substrate loading system (for feeding roll to sheet)  Bridge & 150 IJ heads  Pneumatic system  Ink system  Internal heater  Unloading system  Covers  Drum & drum tubing for applying vacuum

12 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 12 Vacuum Unit Vacuum unit is included only in machine No. 75 and newer. The vacuum unit consists of the following:  Vacuum pump – applying vacuum inside the drum in order to hold the substrate during printing  Silencer and isolated covers for noise reduction  Two fans

13 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 13 Service Unit Service cabinet was included only in machine No. 74 and older. The service cabinet consists of the following:  Vacuum pump – applying vacuum inside the drum in order to hold the substrate during printing  Evacuation pump – evacuating fumes and gases from the printing unit area  Silencer and isolated covers for noise reduction

14 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 14 External Dryer Unit

15 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 15 External/Internal Dryer Units  The internal heating purpose is to warm the substrate sheet on the drum, in order to improve printing quality. The internal heating is provided by quartz heating units and the electrical fans, which are located above the drum.  The external dryer unit provides final drying of the printed sheet.  The external dryer includes: conveyers, pre-heating unit (hot air), IR heaters unit, controller unit, and a media collector.  The external dryer must dry substrates in throughput of up to 70 sheets per hour.

16 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 16 Specifications and Configuration  TJ8300 printing unit (220 VAC, 63A)  Supreme type ink and solvent kits, which are based on Magic solvent  Prefix Work Station (Onyx 6.0)  Transformer for machines to US market (converts 110 VAC local supplied voltage to 220 VAC, which is supplied to the machine)

17 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 17 TJ8300 Specifications  Technology  Media  Image area  Resolution  Front-end software features  Screening  Throughput  Ink  Electrical requirements  Physical characteristics of the printing unit  Operating environment

18 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 18 Technology  Multi-head drop-on demand piezoelectric inkjet printing  Printing bridge applies 6 channels of inks (CL, ML, Y, C, M, K) simultaneously Transducer Media Nozzle

19 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 19 Image Area  Up to 162 x 370 cm (64 x 146 in)

20 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 20 Media Type  Indoor and outdoor coated paper  Offset paper (uncoated)  Wet strength paper  Self-adhesive vinyl  PVC banner  Window graphics and other flexible media

21 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 21 Media Size  Minimum for loading: 120 x 160 cm (47” x 63”)  Maximum for loading: 165 x 380 cm (65” x 150”)

22 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 22 Resolution  TIFF one-bit mode  448 dpi – 24 drum rotations  336 dpi – 18 drum rotations

23 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 23 Front-End Software Features (Windows XP Platform)  Loading new file during printing  Queuing  Step-and-repeat  Tiling  Image rotation  Image overlay Windows XP

24 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 24 Screening  Onyx  Error diffusion  Stochastic

25 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 25 Throughput ModeResolutionSqm/hRotationsDrop Freq. Low336 / / / 246.5K / 7.8K Medium336 / / / 2413K / 13K High336 / / / 2418K / 18K

26 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 26 There are Three bridge shift settings:  Short: 77 nozzles – cover 1580 mm of the printing width  Normal: 103 nozzles – cover 1563 mm of the printing width  Long: 193 nozzles – cover 1501 mm of the printing width Note: It is also possible to print up to 1620 mm with some degradation (fading) on the sides. Throughput (Cont.)

27 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 27 Ink  C, M, Y, K, ML, CL  Pigment  Solvent-based  TJ100 Supreme ink type – special compatibility for 400 m²/h throughput workaround

28 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 28 Electrical Requirements UnitPhases Connection Type Voltage Current & Power Consumption 220 VAC Countries 3 x 220 VAC + N + G 5-wire connection (3 phases, neutral, earth) V between phases and neutral, 50 Hz Total 63 Amp/h, 41 KW UnitPhases Connection Type Voltage Current & Power Consumption 110 VAC Countries 3 x VAC + G 5-wire connection (3 phases, neutral, earth) from transformer to machine inlet V between phases and neutral, 60 Hz Total 125 Amp/h, via transformer, 45 KW

29 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 29 Physical Characteristics of the Printing Unit

30 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 30 Operating Environment  Temperature 18ºC – 26ºC (64ºF – 79ºF)  Humidity 40% – 80% non-condensing

31 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 31 Operator Work Station

32 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 32 Computer  Used for loading the image file, pre-press changes and printing.  Controls all machine systems.  The computer’s hardware sends the image information to the image processing hardware.

33 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 33 Image Processing Hardware  This hardware is responsible for converting the image file data to printing orders (CL, ML, Y, C, M, K).  Consists of the TPFM and the QLM (MTFX) units.  Hardware is controlled by the computer.  This unit sends the information to the ink drivers in the correct order (CL, ML, Y, C, M, K).

34 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 34 Control Hardware  Includes various controllers.  These controllers are in charge of motion system in the printing unit and input/output devices.  This hardware includes several units and racks such as MCDU, Drum driver, Control unit and Electrical cabinet.  The control hardware is controlled by the computer.

35 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 35 Power Supplies This unit includes:  Supply unit – supplies and generates all required voltages for all components in the electrical cabinet and in the printing unit.  AC power transformer – generates only AC power. All of the AC power is supplied, first to the Supply unit and then to other components in the machine.

36 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 36 Printing Unit Diagram Drum Quartz heating units Unloading System Loading System Ink System CMYK M L C L Bridge Service Unit up to Machine 74 Control Cabinet Printing Unit Control Cabinet Service Unit Loading System (Media Feeder)

37 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 37 Loading System  Roll-to-sheet (RTS)  This unit prepares the substrate sheet for printing by loading it from the substrate roll, cutting it and transferring it onto the drum.

38 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 38 Drum  The drum holds the substrate sheet (using vacuum suction) during printing.  The drum rotates, with the substrate sheet on it, until the printing covers the entire substrate length.

39 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 39 Printing Device (Bridge) The bridge consists of 3 main parts:  Bridge Motion – responsible for bridge movement during print.  Ink system components – responsible for providing ink for IJ heads.  IJ drivers – receive the printing data from the computer and “pass” it to the IJ heads. This unit controls the actual printing on the substrate that lies on the drum.

40 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 40 Unloading System  This unit ejects the substrate sheet from the drum after printing is completed.  The substrate sheet is then entered into the external dryer.

41 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 41 Internal Dryer  This unit warms the substrate and ink during printing.  Warming is accomplished using quartz heating units.

42 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 42 Power and Control signal brackets  Interface boards between the electrical cabinet and the printing unit.  Logical separation between power cables and control cables by the following interface boards which are located in the printing unit:  Power signal bracket  Control signal bracket  All of the control and power signals from the electrical cabinet, except the data printing signals, are “transferred” via the bracket boards.

43 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 43 Ink System This unit supplies ink to 150 inkjet heads, which are placed on the bridge (25 for each color in 6 channels).

44 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 44 Pneumatic System This unit supplies air pressure, using the external air supply (6-8 ATM), to the following systems:  Pneumatic cylinders in the machine  Ink system  Waste system

45 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 45 External Dryer Throughput of up to 70 sheets/hour External Dryer Media collector Conveyor belt

46 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 46 External Interchange Dryer – Diagram Note: - Real measured Dimensions for full assembled system - Air pressure supply line: 6 ATM

47 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 47 External Delta Dryer – Diagram Note: - Real measured Dimensions for full assembled system - Air pressure supply line: 6-8 ATM

48 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 48 External Dryer – Conveyor Belt

49 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 49 External Dryer – Main Dryer

50 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 50 External Dryer – Collector Table

51 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 51 Shipping The dryer can be shipped either by sea or by air. Air shipment involves transportation of 3 boxes:  Main dryer  Conveyor belt and accessories  Collector table

52 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 52 External Dryer Power Requirements Electrical Dryer – Europe UnitPhases Connection Type Voltage Input Power Consumption IR elements 3 + N + G5-wire connection, 3 + N + G V between phases, 230 V between phases and neutral, 50 Hz 32 A, 15 kW * Hot air3 + N + G5-wire connection, 3 + N + G 230 V between phases and neutral, 50 Hz 63 A, 20 kW * * Total dryer power: 35 kW

53 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 53 External Dryer Power Requirements (Cont.) Gas Dryer – Europe UnitPhases Connection Type Voltage Input Power Consumption IR elements 3 + N + G5-wire connection, 3 + N + G V between phases, 230 V between phases and neutral, 50 Hz 32 A, 15 kW Gas *N/A Gas pressure: 3-6" water BTU * The gas type must be either Propane or natural gas.

54 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 54 External Dryer Power Requirements (Cont.) Electrical Dryer – USA UnitPhases Connection Type Voltage Input Power Consumption IR elements 3 + G4-wire connection, 3 + G V between phases, 60 Hz 63 A, 15 kW * Hot air3 + G4-wire connection, 3 + G V between phases, 60 Hz 110 A, 20 kW * * Total dryer power: 35 kW

55 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 55 External Dryer Power Requirements (Cont.) Gas Dryer – USA UnitPhases Connection Type Voltage Input Power Consumption Hot air system 3 + G4-wire connection, 3 + G V between phases, 60 Hz 50 A, 14 kW IR elements 3 + G4-wire connection, 3 + G V between phases, 60 Hz 50 A, 14 kW Gas *N/A Gas pressure: 3-6" water BTU * The gas type must be either Propane or natural gas.

56 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 56 Ventilation  The printing unit has an exhaust pipe of 20.3 cm (8”) in diameter.  The dryer has an exhaust pipe of 10 cm (4”) in diameter.

57 Engineer Training Machine Overview TJ8300 / TJ8500 Confidential 57 Minimum Ceiling Clearance The minimum ceiling clearance for the machine is 3.5 meters.


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