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    OPERATING MANUAL
    1920640
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    EN

    Robot Gun Mount

    T2, T4



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    CONTENTS
    1. Robot Gun Mounts T2 and T4. . . . . . . . ................................................. 3
    2. Preface. . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 3
    3. Identification.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 4
    4. CE marking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 4
    5. Safety. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 4
    Designated use.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 4
    Responsibilities of the user. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 4
    Personal protective equipment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 4
    Signs used in the documentation.. . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 5
    Warning and notice signs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 5
    Emergency instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 5
    Operation safety.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 5
    Product safety. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 6

    6.

    Technical data – T2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 7

    12.1 Fastening robot mount T2 to the robot.. ................................................. 11
    12.2 Adjusting the TCP..................................................................................... 12
    12.3 Connecting the helix cable...................................................................... 13

    13. Operation. . ............................................................................................ 13
    14. Unmounting........................................................................................ 13
    15. Maintenance and cleaning............................................................ 14
    16. Troubleshooting.. ............................................................................... 15
    17. Removing the mount. . ..................................................................... 16
    17.1 Disposal.................................................................................................... 16
    17.2 Materials................................................................................................... 16
    17.3 Consumables. . .......................................................................................... 16
    17.4 Packaging................................................................................................. 16

    6.1 Ambient conditions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 7
    6.2 Weight. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 7
    6.3 The microswitch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 7
    6.4 Triggering the emergency stop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 7
    6.5 Maximum possible deflection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 7
    6.6 Triggering force. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 7
    6.7 Triggering moment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 8
    6.8 Product-specific gun data.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 8
    6.9 Abbreviations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 8
    6.10 The type plate.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 9

    18. Codes for ordering............................................................................ 17

    7. Technical data – T4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ................................................. 9
    8. Delivery scope.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............................................... 10
    9. Transport. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............................................... 10
    10. Storage.. . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ............................................... 10

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    5.1
    5.2
    5.3
    5.4
    5.5
    5.6
    5.7
    5.8

    11. Functional description..................................................................... 10
    12. Robot Gun Mount T2 installation................................................ 11

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    ROBOT GUN MOUNTS T2 AND T4

    This document provides product information for the
    Kemppi Robot Gun Mount units T2 and T4.

    2.

    PREFACE

    Congratulations on your purchase of this product. Used
    correctly, Kemppi products can significantly increase the
    productivity of your welding and provide many years of
    economical service.
    This operation manual contains important information on
    the use, maintenance, and safety of your Kemppi product.
    The technical specifications of the equipment can be
    found in the chapter “Technical data” and at the end of
    this manual.
    Please read the manual carefully before using the
    equipment for the first time. For your own safety and that
    of your work environment, pay particular attention to the
    safety instructions in the manual.
    For more information on Kemppi products, contact
    Kemppi Oy, consult an authorized Kemppi dealer, or visit
    the Kemppi Web site: www.kemppi.com.
    The specifications presented in this manual are subject to
    change without prior notice.
    Disclaimer
    While every effort has been made to ensure that the
    information contained in this guide is accurate and
    complete, no liability can be accepted for any errors
    or omissions. Kemppi reserves the right to change the
    specification of the product described, at any time, without
    prior notice. Do not copy, record, reproduce, or transmit
    the contents of this guide without prior permission from
    Kemppi.

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    IDENTIFICATION

    5.

    Kemppi Robot Gun Mount T2 is used in industry and the
    trade for connecting the robot and the tool. This robot gun
    mount is a three-dimensionally acting safety cutout that
    is adaptable to all types of robots and handling machines
    via a robot flange. These operating instructions describe
    Kemppi Robot Gun Mount T2 only. Kemppi Robot Gun
    Mount T2 must be operated only as supplied or equipped
    with authentic Kemppi spare parts.
    Figure 1: Kemppi Robot Gun Mount T2

    SAFETY

    Read and follow the additional safety instructions
    enclosed.

    5.1 Designated use
    Robot Gun Mount T2 may be used only for the purpose
    described in these instructions, in the manner described.
    Follow the operation, maintenance, and servicing
    conditions whenever using the device.
    Any other use is considered contrary to the intended use.
    Unauthorized conversions
    modifications are not allowed.

    or

    power-increasing

    The warranty does not cover wear parts and damage due
    to overloading or improper use.

    5.2 Responsibilities of the user

    4.

    CE MARKING

    This device fulfils the requirements of the following EU
    directives:
    • The Machinery Directive, 2006/42/EC
    • The EMC Directive, 2004/108/EC
    • The RoHS Directive, 2011/65/EU

    • Keep the operating instructions within easy reach
    in the location of the device for reference, and
    include the operating instructions when handing
    over the product.
    • Installation, operation, and maintenance work
    may only be carried out by qualified personnel.
    Qualified personnel are persons who, on account
    of their special training, knowledge, experience,
    and familiarity with the relevant standards, are
    able to assess the tasks assigned to them and
    identify possible dangers.
    • Keep all other people out of the work area.
    • Follow the accident prevention regulations of the
    relevant country.
    • Ensure good lighting of the work area, and keep
    it clean.

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    • Observe the following standards and guidelines
    in particular:
    • 89/391/EEC: Directive on the introduction
    of measures to encourage improvements in
    the safety and health of workers at work
    • 2009/104/EC: Directive concerning the
    minimum safety and health requirements
    for the use of work equipment by workers
    at work
    • 2004/108/EC: Directive on the
    harmonization of the laws of the Member
    States relating to electromagnetic
    compatibility The occupational health and
    safety regulations of the country in question
    • Regulations on occupational safety and
    accident prevention

    5.3 Personal protective equipment

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    3.

    To avoid danger to the user, using personal protective
    equipment (PPE) is recommended in these instructions.
    PPE consists of the following:
    • Protective clothing
    • Safety goggles
    • A class-P3 respiratory mask
    • Gloves
    • Safety shoes

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    5.4 Signs used in the documentation

    5.6 Emergency instructions

    Items in the manual that require particular attention, to
    minimize damage and personal injury, are indicated with
    a three-level notification and warning system. Read these
    sections carefully, and follow the instructions.

    In the event of an emergency, immediately interrupt the
    following:
    • The power supply
    • The flow of compressed air

    Cables

    Note: These items give the user a useful piece of
    information.

    Further measures are described in the operating
    instructions or in the documentation of other peripheral
    devices.

    Damaged cables may cause injury or start a fire. Connection
    cables must not be compressed or come in contact with
    sharp edges or hot work pieces.

    5.7 Operation safety

    The welding power circuit
    Isolate yourself by using proper protective clothing, and
    do not wear wet clothing. Never work on a wet surface or
    use damaged cables. Do not place the MIG gun or welding
    cables on the welding machine or on other electric
    equipment. Do not press the MIG gun’s switch if the gun is
    not directed towards a work piece.

    Warning: Warnings describe a potentially dangerous
    situation. If not avoided, it will result in personal harm or
    fatal injury.

    5.5 Warning and notice signs
    The following warning and notice signs can be found on
    the product:
    Read and observe the operating instructions!
    These markings must always be legible. They must not be
    covered, obscured, painted over, or removed.

    Please study these operation safety instructions and
    respect them when installing, operating, and servicing
    the machine.
    The welding arc and spatter
    The welding arc harms unprotected eyes. Also be careful
    with reflecting flashes from the arc. The welding arc and
    spatter burn unprotected skin. Wear safety gloves and
    protective clothing.
    Danger of fire or explosion
    Pay attention to fire safety regulations. Remove flammable
    or explosive materials from the welding location. Always
    reserve sufficient fire-fighting equipment at the welding
    location. Be prepared for hazards in special welding jobs –
    for example, the danger of fire or explosion in welding of
    container-type work pieces.

    Welding fumes
    Make sure that there is sufficient ventilation during
    welding. Take special safety precautions when welding
    metals that contain lead, cadmium, zinc, mercury, or
    beryllium.

    Fire can break out from sparks even several hours after
    the welding is done!

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    Caution: A caution item describes a situation that may
    result in damage to the equipment or system.

    Always check the cables before operating the equipment.
    Replace damaged cables without delay.

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    5.8 Product safety

    If improperly used, the device can present risks to people and physical property.
    • Use the device in line with its designated use only.
    • Do not convert or modify the device to enhance its performance without
    appropriate authorization.

    • Using clean water, rinse work pieces that have been degreased with chlorinated
    solvents, to prevent the risk of phosgene gas forming. Do not place degreasing
    baths containing chlorine in the vicinity of the welding area.
    • Adhere to the general fire protection regulations, and remove flammable
    materials from the vicinity of the welding work area before starting work.
    • Keep suitable fire-extinguishing equipment in the work area, ready for use.

    The device may only be used by qualified personnel.
    • The product has been developed and manufactured in accordance with state-ofthe-art technology and the recognized safety standards and regulations. These
    operating instructions warn you against unavoidable residual risks to users, third
    parties, devices, and other physical property.
    Disregarding these warnings may result in risks to human life and health, harm to
    the environment, or other physical damage.
    • The product may only be operated in unmodified, technically perfect condition,
    within the limits described in these instructions.
    • Always observe the limit values specified in the technical data. Overloads lead to
    destruction.
    • Safety features of the device must never be disassembled, bridged, or otherwise
    bypassed.
    • During welding work outdoors, use suitable protection against the weather
    conditions.
    • Check the electrical device for any damage and for proper functioning in
    accordance with its designated use.
    • Never expose the electrical device to rain, and avoid damp or wet environments.
    • Protect yourself from electrical accidents by using insulating mats and wearing
    dry clothing.
    • Never use the electrical device in areas subject to a risk of fire or explosion.
    • Arc welding may cause damage to the eyes, skin, and hearing. When working
    with the device, always use the prescribed protective equipment.
    • Metal vapors, especially from lead, cadmium, copper, and beryllium, are all
    hazardous to the health! Ensure the use of sufficient ventilation or extraction
    systems. Always ensure compliance with the legal limit values.

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    TECHNICAL DATA – T2

    This chapter contains the technical data for the gun mount.

    6.4 Triggering the emergency stop

    6.1 Ambient conditions

    The figure depicts triggering the emergency stop switch (1). With a distance of 400 mm,
    it must move approx. 9–11 mm.

    Table 1: Ambient conditions

    Figure 2: Triggering of the emergency stop

    Ambient temperature

    25 °C to 55 °C

    Transport and storage

    -10 °C to 55 °C

    Relative humidity

    up to 70% at 20 °C

    6.2 Weight
    Model

    Weight

    Robot Gun Mount T2

    0.96 kg

    2

    1

    6.3 The microswitch
    Type of voltage

    DC

    Voltage rating

    24 V peak value

    Load

    max. 100 mA

    1. Triggering moment
    2. Triggering force X, Y

    Switching point

    Deflection in X and Y direction

    Approx. 1.4–1.7°

    Deflection in Z direction

    Approx. 1.3–1.6 mm

    6.5 Maximum possible deflection
    In the direction

    … of the X axis and Y axis



    … of the Z axis

    Approx. 5 mm

    6.6 Triggering force

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    6.

    Kemppi Robot Gun Mount T2 is equipped with an L type spring. Other spring types are
    available on request.
    The triggering force at 400 mm can be summarized thus.

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    With “L” spring

    44 N

    With “XL” spring

    71 N

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    6.7 Triggering moment
    15 Nm

    With “XL” spring

    25 Nm

    The following table applies to the entire Kemppi gun system, including gun neck,
    gun mount and cable assembly. The table below presents product-specific gun data
    in line with EN 60 974-7.

    Figure 3: Triggering weight with a maximum robot acceleration of 5 m/s2

    Type

    Type of cooling

    Load (A)
    CO₂

    M21

    ED (%)

    Wire Ø (mm)

    Gas flow (l/min)

    500-g

    gas

    340

    320

    100

    0.8–1.6

    10–30

    500-w

    liquid

    340

    340

    100

    0.8–1.6

    approx. 20

    The cable assembly length is determined on the basis of the robot brand and model.
    The load data have been determined under standard conditions, at low to medium
    reflected heat, with free air circulation and an ambient temperature of about 28 °C.
    In use under more rigorous conditions, the load values must be reduced by 10–20%.
    Applications with the load 340 A at 100 % duty cycle require an engineered solution.
    Contact Kemppi sales.

    Triggering weight (kg)

    6.9 Abbreviations

    5.00

    0.00

    DC

    Direct current

    ED

    Duty cycle

    1

    Type2 XL

    MIG

    Metal inert gas

    2

    Type2 3L

    MAG

    Metal active gas

    3

    Type2 3M

    MAC value

    4

    Type2 3S

    Maximum allowable concentration of harmful substances in the
    workplace

    Voltage rating

    Insulation resistance, electric strength, and protection class

    TCP

    Tool center point

    100
    200
    300
    400
    Distance from the robot flange (mm)

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    6.10 The type plate

    7.

    TECHNICAL DATA – T4

    Robot Gun Mount T2 is identified by a sticker or a Kemppi logo. When contacting the
    service staff, please remember to check the production stamp near the Kemppi logo.

    2

    3

    1

    1. Robot Gun Mount T2
    2. The type plate
    3. Robot mount serial number

    Kemppi Robot Gun Mount T4 is a solid bracket without collision sensibility. It is
    recommended that the robot itself is equipped with the collision sensing ability, when
    Kemppi Robot Gun Mount T4 is used. Gun orientation can be adjusted in 30 degree
    steps.

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    Figure 3: T2 type plate

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    11. FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

    DELIVERY SCOPE

    The delivery for a gas-cooled gun includes the following components:
    • Kemppi Robot Gun Mount T2 or T4
    • Operating instructions
    • Cylinder-head screws, M4×55 (6 pcs.)
    • Certificate of conformity
    • Connection cable

    The holding force of the inserted springs is directly applied to the release flange
    and fixes the switching axis, which is positioned by three pins, in the zero position.
    In the event of collision, the switching axis tips over, the release flange pushes the
    spring plate toward the base of the housing, and the trigger is actuated by the
    spring plate’s actuating mechanism. The applied switching voltage is interrupted.
    Figure 5: Functional diagram

    The equipment parts and wear parts are ordered separately.

    M8×1

    Order data and ID codes for the equipment parts and wear parts can be found in the
    current catalogue. Contact details for advice and for placing orders can be found
    online at www.kemppi.com.

    9.

    1

    M9×0.5

    1
    2
    3

    TRANSPORT

    The components are carefully checked and packed; however, damage may still occur
    during shipping.
    Checking procedure on
    receipt of goods

    Check that the shipment is correct by referring to the
    shipping note.

    In case of damage

    Check the package and components for damage (perform
    a visual inspection).

    In the event of problems

    If the goods have been damaged during transport, contact
    the last carrier immediately. Keep the packaging (for
    possible checks by the carrier).

    Packaging for return of
    the goods

    Use the original packaging and the original packaging
    material. If you have questions about the packaging and
    safety during shipment, please consult your supplier.

    2

    3

    1. 3-pole flange plug
    2. Microswitch triggered
    3. Microswitch in resting position

    10. STORAGE
    The physical conditions for storage in a closed room are -10 °C to 55 °C.

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    3 Signal
    2 24 V
    1 GND

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    12. ROBOT GUN MOUNT T2
    INSTALLATION
    Risk of injury due to unexpected start-up

    Read the safety instructions in this manual and the
    separate safety instructions.
    The system may only be installed by authorized personnel.

    12.1 Fastening robot mount T2 to the robot
    This section describes how to fasten robot mount T2 to the robot.
    Before attaching Kemppi robot mount T2 (5), first place the robot (7) in maintenance
    position.
    For fastening the gun (1) to the robot mount (5), a gun mount (2) is required.
    The parts of the system are depicted in the figure below.
    Figure 6: Fastening robot mount T2 to the robot

    2

    4

    1
    3
    5

    14 13
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.

    12

    11

    10

    Gun neck
    Gun segment holder upper part
    Dowel screw, 8 H7
    Helix cable
    Robot mount T2
    Robot flange
    Robot

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    6

    9

    7

    8
    8.
    9.
    10.
    11.
    12.
    13.
    14.

    Cylinder-head screw
    Cylinder-head screws, M4×55 (6 pcs.)
    Feather key
    Gun segment holder lower part
    Clamping ring
    Cylinder head screw, M8
    M8 nut with washer

    Robot Gun Mount T2, T4

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    For the entire duration of maintenance, servicing,
    unmounting, and repair work, the following instructions
    must be adhered to:
    • Switch off the power supply.
    • Cut off the compressed air supply.
    • Pull the power plug.

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    12.2 Adjusting the TCP
    For fastening robot mount T2 to the robot, a robot
    flange (2) is required. It must correspond to the hole pattern
    of the robot mount (1) and of the robot.

    This section describes how to adjust the TCP.
    The parts of the system are depicted in the figure below.
    Figure 7: Adjusting the TCP

    1

    1. Use the cylinder-head screw (8) to attach the robot
    flange (6) to the robot (7).
    2. Use cylinder-head screws (9) to attach the robot
    mount (5) to the robot flange (6)
    3. Use the clamping ring (12) and cylinder-head screw
    (13) to attach the bracket (11) to the robot mount
    (5).
    4. Use the dowel screw (3) and nut (14) to attach the
    gun mount (2) to the bracket (11).

    2

    3

    4

    5

    6

    Proceed as follows:
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.

    M8 nut
    Dowel screw, 6H7
    Gun segment holder upper part
    M6 nut
    Dowel screw, 8H7
    Gun segment holder lower part

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    1. Loosen the nut (1), and adjust the gun mount (3)
    to the desired TCP.
    2. Tighten the nut (1).
    3. To make the position chosen permanent,
    proceed as follows:
    a. Drill a Ø 5.8 mm bore hole into the bracket
    (6), and use a reamer to ream the bore for
    the dowel screw (2).
    b. Use a dowel screw (2) and a nut (4) to secure
    both brackets (6 and 3).

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    Proceed as follows:

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    13. OPERATION
    The device may only be operated by qualified personnel.

    12.3 Connecting the helix cable

    Because the robot mount is integrated into the gun’s welding process, the operation
    steps are performed after the relevant gun has been installed.

    This section describes how to adjust the TCP.
    The parts of the system are depicted in the figure below.
    Figure 8: Connecting the helix cable

    2

    Please observe the operating instructions for the A7 MIG Gun 500-g or the A7 MIG Gun
    500-w welding guns, as applicable.

    3
    1

    Unmounting may only be carried out by specialist personnel. Please make sure that
    the shutdown procedures for all components mounted in the welding system are strictly
    observed before removal from operation begins.
    Risk of injury due to unexpected start-up

    4

    For the entire duration of maintenance, servicing, unmounting, and repair work, the
    following instructions must be adhered to:
    • Switch off the power supply.
    • Cut off the compressed air supply.
    • Pull the power plug.
    6
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.

    Cable assembly
    Flange plug
    Gun
    Helix cable

    Removal from operation depends on the type of welding gun. Please observe the
    operating instructions for the A7 MIG Gun 500-g or the A7 MIG Gun 500-w welding guns,
    as applicable.

    5
    5. Angled male connector
    6. Robot Gun Mount T2
    connector housing

    Proceed as follows:
    1. Plug the helix cable (4) into the connector housing (6), using the angled male
    connector (5).
    2. Plug the flange plug (2) into the torch (3) and the cable assembly (1).
    3. Lock both connectors to prevent their accidental disconnection.
    4. For the switching function, see the functional diagram (10).

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    15. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
    Scheduled maintenance and cleaning are prerequisites for a long service life and
    trouble-free operation.
    Once a month, thoroughly clean the robot mount to remove all dirt and welding spatter.

    OPERATING MANUAL

    Risk of injury due to unexpected start-up
    For the entire duration of maintenance, servicing, unmounting, and repair work, the
    following instructions must be adhered to:
    • Switch off the power supply.
    • Cut off the compressed air supply.
    • Pull the power plug.
    Electric shock
    Dangerous voltages can be produced because of defective cables.
    • Check all live cables and connections for proper installation.
    • Replace any parts that have suffered damage, deformation, or wear.
    The maintenance intervals listed are recommended values and assume single-shift
    operation.
    • Maintenance and cleaning work may only be carried out by qualified and
    trained specialists.
    • Always wear your personal protective clothing when performing maintenance
    and cleaning work.
    • When replacing the liquid-cooled A7 MIG Gun 500-w hose assemblies, make
    sure that any coolant residues are removed from the robot mount.
    • The maintenance intervals listed are recommended values and assume singleshift operation.

    © Kemppi Oy 2017

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    16. TROUBLESHOOTING

    For the entire duration of maintenance, servicing, unmounting, and repair work, the
    following instructions must be adhered to:
    • Switch off the power supply.
    • Cut off the compressed air supply.
    • Pull the power plug.
    In the event of any doubts or problems, please contact your retailer or the manufacturer.
    Please also consult the operating instructions for the other welding components,
    such as the power supply and air pressure line.
    Problem

    Cause

    Solution

    Robot gun mount cannot
    be attached

    Wrong gun mount used

    Use the correct gun mount

    Robot Gun Mount T2 mounting flange is defective

    Send the robot mount for repair

    Robot Gun Mount T2 does
    not activate the stop signal

    Cable not connected between the robot mount and the
    cable assembly

    Connect the cable

    Cable defective

    Replace the cable

    Robot gun mount switch defective

    Send the robot mount for repair

    Robot Gun Mount T2
    does not reset to the zero
    position

    Mounted load is too heavy

    Reduce the mounted load

    Mechanical defect

    Observe the data provided by the manufacturer

    Attachment parts (bracket etc.) not correctly connected

    Send the robot mount for repair

    Robot Gun Mount T2
    triggered when there is no
    fault

    Mounted load is too heavy
    • Robot speed is too high

    Check whether the attachment parts are properly connected

    © Kemppi Oy 2017

    Adapt the load to the specifications
    See Chapter 6

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    Risk of injury due to unexpected start-up

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    17. REMOVING THE MOUNT
    This section describes how to remove robot mount T2.

    17.1 Disposal

    Risk of injury due to unexpected start-up
    For the entire duration of maintenance, servicing, unmounting, and repair work, the
    following instructions must be adhered to:
    • Switch off the power supply.
    • Cut off the compressed air supply.
    • Pull the power plug.
    See also Chapter 13.

    For disposal, the locally applicable regulations, laws, provisions, standards, and guidelines
    must be observed. For the welding torch system to be properly disposed of, it must be
    unmounted first.

    17.2 Materials
    This product consists for the most part of plastics, steel, and non-ferrous metals. Steel
    and non-ferrous metals can be melted down, so iron materials are almost infinitely
    recyclable. The plastic materials used are marked in preparation for appropriate sorting
    of the materials for later recycling.

    17.3 Consumables

    Proceed as follows:
    1. Remove the parts to be disconnected:

    2

    Oils, greases, and cleaning agents must not contaminate the ground or enter the
    sewer system. These materials must be stored, transported, and disposed of in suitable
    containers. Please observe the relevant local regulations and the disposal instructions
    on the safety data sheets supplied by the manufacturer of the consumables. Also,
    contaminated cleaning tools (brushes, rags, etc.) must be disposed of in accordance with
    the information provided by the manufacturer of the consumables.

    4

    1
    3
    5

    6

    7

    17.4 Packaging
    The shipping packaging has been reduced to a minimum. Packaging materials are always
    selected with attention to their possible recyclability.

    14 13
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.

    12

    11

    Gun neck
    Gun segment holder upper part
    Dowel screw, 8 H7
    Helix cable
    Robot Gun Mount T2
    Robot flange
    Robot
    Cylinder-head screw

    10

    9

    8

    9. Cylinder-head screws, M4×55
    (6 pcs.)
    10. Feather key
    11. Gun segment holder lower part
    12. Clamping ring
    13. Cylinder-head screw, M8
    14. M8 nut with washer

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    Unmounting may only be carried out by specialist personnel. Please make sure that
    the shutdown procedures are strictly observed before the unmounting work begins.
    Ensure this also for the components integrated into the welding system.

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    18. CODES FOR ORDERING
    Robot gun mount

    Product code

    Robot Gun Mount T2 L

    SP600605

    Robot Gun Mount T2 XL

    SP600606

    Robot Gun Mount T4

    SP600604

    Segment holder for Robot Gun Mount T2

    SP600608

    OPERATING MANUAL

    The pull-in tool accessory serves for the correct mounting
    of cable assemblies. The O-rings at the rod of the pull-in
    tool indicate the mounting positions of cable assembly
    versions A7 MIG Gun 500-g and A7 MIG Gun 500-w. The
    pull-in tool must only be used for Robot Gun Mount T2.
    To get the correct type of the adapter flange for the
    robot's 6th axis, please notify Kemppi about the robot
    manufacturer and model.

    © Kemppi Oy 2017

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