Tools

This section describes the tools required for assembling, disassembling, or adjusting the printer.

Note : Refer to CHAPTER 4 for adjustment tools, CHAPTER 5 for troubleshooting tools, and CHAPTER 6 for tools for maintenance, lubrication, and adhesives.

Table 3-1. Recommended Tools

Tool

Type

Class

Code

Reference

(20 mm or more shaft length with magnetization is recommended.)

o

A

B743800200

(+) Driver No.1

o

A

B743800400

-

Box screw driver (7 mm / 0.28 inches across)

o

A

B741700200

-

E-ring holder No. 3

o

A

B740800500

-

E-ring holder No. 6

o

A

B740800800

-

Round nose pliers

o

A

B740400100

-

Diagonal wire cutters

o

A

B740500100

-

Tweezers

o

A

B741000100

-

Electric soldering iron

o

A

B740200100

-

Tension gauge (7000 g)

o

A

B777200301

-

Tension gauge (200 g)

o

A

B765114601

-

Lift handles #E656

E

A

B765111001

-

Dial gauges #F610

E

A

B101946600

Figure 3-3

Dial gauge base #F611

E

A

B101946700

Figure 3-4

Dial gauge master #F612

E

A

B101946800

Figure 3-5

Thickness gauge (t=0.43mm)

o

A

-

Figure 3-6

Thickness gauge (t=0.80mm)

o

A

-

(Phillips head, torque adjustable)

o

B

-

-

o: Commercially available

E: EPSON exclusive

A: Mandatory

B: Recommended o: Commercially available

E: EPSON exclusive

A: Mandatory

B: Recommended

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