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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Grass

Unipress Vario

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Technical Data

Dimensions:

Width of machine tabel 740 mm

Depth of machine tabel with bore distance 20 mm 410 mm

Height of machine tabel 115 mm

Depth of machine 850 mm

Total height of machine

Other data

760 mm

Press force of 0,6 MPa ( 6bar ) about 2800 N

Weights:

Total weight of the Unipress standard equipment 95 kg

Total weight of the Unipress-Vario standard equipment 97 kg

Electric Connections:

Voltage according to the type plate ….. V

Frequency according to the type plate ..… Hz

Connection capacity of 3 phase motor 1,1 kW

Connection capacity of 1 phase motor

Power of the supply line according to the local codes & regulation

1,5 kW

Securing the supply line max. 1,5 x nominal current according to the type plate

Pneumatic Connections:

Dust, water and oil free air pressure at least 5,5 bar

Max. allowable pressure in supply line: 10 bar

Air pressure usage per jack-up drilling with 6 bar

Air pressure usage per jack-up drilling

1,25 l

Suction intake force for compressor 7,5 l

Other Connections:

Dust collection: Connecting diameter Ø 80 mm

Suction outlet force: about 2000 m3/h Emission values:

Noise level in natural under 82 dB/A

Noise level during drilling under 82 dB/A

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Table of contents

Page

1. General Information 5 - 6

1-001 List of illustration 5

1-002 Manufacturer 6

1-003 Copyright 6

1-004 Guarantee Terms 6

2. Safty Information 7 - 9

2-001 Safty information 7

2-002 Recommended usage 7

2-003 Remaining risks 8

2-004 Safty devices 8

2-005 Danger- and safety measures 8

2-006 Description of stickers 9

3. Product Description 10 - 15

3-001 Dust and noise emission ratings 10

3-002 Usage 10

3-003 Identification of products 10

3-004 Variations 11

3-005 Standard features 11

3-006 Standard accessories 12-15

4. Machine-Parts Description 16 - 33

4-001 Overview of assembly group numbering 16-17

4-002 Description of the individual assembly groups 18-21

4-003 Gearbox - Variations - Unipress hole patterns 22-23

4-004 Gearbox - Variations - Unipress Vario hole patterns 24-29

4-005 Description of individual assembly operating elements 31

4-006 Machine's function 31

4-007 Description of the safty devices 31

4-008 Pneumatic wiring diagram 30-31

4-009 Electric wiring diagram 32-33

5. Shipping and Installation of Machines 34

5-001 Transport and storage requirements 34

5-002 Space requirements 34

5-003 Installation in designated space 34


Table of contents

7-1 Requirements for operators

7-2 Setting-up the Unipress 36-39

7-201 Changing the gearbox on the Unipress 36-37

7-202 Installing the drill fit into the rigid drill chucks on the Unipress 37

7-203 Installing the drill fit into the quick change chuck on the Unipress 38-39

7-204 Changing the quick change chuck on the Unipress 38-39

7-3 Setting-up the Unipress-Vario 40-43

7-301 Changing the gearbox on the Unipress-Vario 40-41

7-302 Installing the drill fit into the quick change chuck on the Unipress Vario 43

7-303 Changing the quick change chuck on the Unipress Vario 42-43

7-4 Adjusting the Unipress and Unipress Vario 44-53

7-401 Adjusting the material thickness (boring depth) 44-45

7-402 Adjusting the boring distance 44-45

7-403 Adjusting the boring speed 46-47

7-404 Adjusting the side stops 46-47

7-405 Working with the stop adjustment gauge 48-49

7-406 Working with the index ruler 50-51

7-407 Adjusting the hold down clamps 50-51

7-408 Mounting the insertion die 52-53

7-5 Examples of Usage 54-71

7-501 Drilling and inserting the Grass Hinge System 1000/3000/4000 54-55

7-502 Drilling and inserting the Grass Baseplate System 1000/3000 56-57

7-503 Drilling the line boring patterns only with the Unipress Vario 58-59

7-504 Drilling the cabinet member fastening bore holes only with the Unipress Vario 60-61

7-505 Drilling the fronts for System 6000/7000 (with railing only with the Unipress Vario) 62-63

7-506 Drilling the back panel for System 6000/7000 (with railing only with the Unipress Vario) 64-65

7-507 Drilling for visible hinges 66-67

7-508 Drilling and inserting of fastening hardware 68-69

7-509 Drilling of handle borings only with the Unipress-Vario 70-71

8. Trouble Shooting and Problem Solving 72-75

8-001 Incorrect drilling distance - adjustment of scale 72-73

8-002 Incorrect drilling depth - adjustment of scale 72-73

8-003 Motor does not run 75

8-004 Boring head does not descend 75

8-005 Boring speed can't be adjusted 75

8-006 Parts don't fit the drill patterns when inserted 74-75

9. Maintenance and Care 76

9-001 Maintenance plan 76

9-002 Care information 76

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1-001 List of Illustrations

1. General Information

Illustration Description Page

4-001-01 Overview of machine with assembly group numbering 16

4-002-01 Machine table assembly group 18

4-002-02 Machine frame assembly group 18

4-002-03 Motor support assembly group 20

4-002-04 Open electrical switch cabinet 20

4-002-05 Control panel with operating elements 20

4-003-01 Unipress line boring pattern-belt driven gearbox 22

4-003-02 Unipress belt driven gearbox 22

4-003-03 Unipress line boring pattern-3 spindle gearbox 22

4-003-04 Unipress 3 spindle gearbox 22

4-003-05 Unipress Vario line boring pattern-belt driven gearbox 24

4-003-06 Unipress Vario belt driven gearbox 24

4-003-07 Unipress Vario line boring pattern-3 spindle gearbox 24

4-003-08 Unipress Vario 3 spindle gearbox 24

4-003-09 Unipress Vario line boring pattern hole gauge gearbox 26

4-003-10 Unipress Vario line boring gearbox 26

4-003-11 Unipress Vario boring pattern 8 spindle standard gearbox 26

4-003-12 Unipress Vario 8 spindle standard gearbox 26

4-003-13 Unipress Vario boring pattern 8 spindle special gearbox 28

4-003-14 Unipress Vario 8 spindle special gearbox 28

4-008-01 Pneumatic wiring diagram 30

4-009-01 Electric wiring diagram 32

5-001-01 Location of machine's center of gravity 34

7-201-01/02/03 Changing of gearbox on the Unipress 36

7-202-01 Installing drill bits in rigid drill chuck on the Unipress 36

7-203-01 Installing drill bits in quick change drill chuck on the Unipress 38

7-204-01 Changing the quick change drill chuck on the Unipress 38

7-301-01/02/03 Removing a gearbox on the Unipress Vario 40

7-301-04/05/06 Mounting a gearbox on the Unipress Vario 40

7-302-01 Installing a drill bit in the quick change drill chuck on the Unipress Vario 42

7-303-01/02 Changing the quick change drill chuck on the Unipress Vario 42

7-401-01 Adjusting the material thickness 44

7-402-01 Adjusting the boring distance 44

7-403-01 Adjusting the operating speed 44

7-404-01 Adjusting the side stops 44

7-405-01/02 Operating the stop adjustment gauge 48

7-406-01 Operating the index ruler 50

7-407-01 Operating the holding clamps accessories 50

7-408-01 Installing the insertion die 52

7-501-01/02 Drilling and inserting Grass hinges 54

7-502-01/02 Drilling and inserting Grass base plates 56

7-503-01/02 Drilling line boring patterns 58

7-504-01/02 Drilling bore hols for cabinet member fastening bore holes on Unipress Vario 60

7-505-01/02 Drilling of front panels for Zargen System 6000/7000 62

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1. General Information

1-002 Manufacturer

Grass AG Tel. 0043 / 05578 / 2211 - 0

Bundesstr. 10 Fax 0043 / 05578 / 2211 - 59

6973 Höchst

Austria

1-003 Copyright

The manufacturer has the exclusive copyright. Any means of copying is permitted only

with the permission of the manufacturer, unless the operating instructions are copied for

the purpose of utilizing the machine.

1-004 Terms of Guarantee

The shipped Unipress or UnipressVario comes with a guarantee within the scope of

"General Terms of Guarantees in the Association of the Machinery and Steel Construction Industry".

In case of misuse, repairs by unauthorized or untrained personnel, usage of

unauthorized replacement parts or accessories without written approval from the

manufacturer invalidates any guarantee claims.

We reserve technical modifications for whatever reason.

When the machine is shipped from the manufacturing plant, it meets the latest regulation

and technical standards.

The manufacturer is under no obligation to modify machines free of charge due to changed specification.

In case of guarantee claims, please contact the authorized Grass representative or an

authorized Grass distributor.

Lists of representatives or distributors are given in chapter 10-006.

Guarantee claims will be honored only if the guarantee certificate was filled out completely

and sent to the manufacturer.

The guarantee or warranty include exclusive replacement of parts, but do not include installation

parts, driving time, travel expenses, resulting damages, etc.

Not included in the guarantee are:

- transport damages (Postal service, railway, shipping reclaims)

- natural wear and tear of parts

- drill (bits)

- damages resulting from negligence of protective rules

- damages on the work material

- loss of wages

- reimbursement of down time

- damages resulting from inappropriate handling or from misuse of the Unipress.

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2-001 Safety Information

2. Safety Information

Only authorized electricians or electrical specialists may work on the electrical

equipment.

The pneumatic and electric connecting lines are to be installed in an orderly manner and

are to be protected from damage (for example, in cable channels or conduits, or something similar).

The safety devices, which are included in this shipment, must always be utilized and shall not

be by-passed or rendered inoperable.

During service or maintenance work the machine must be turned off and blocked at

the main electrical switch and to separate the machine from the pneumatic lines

(for example, by quick coupling).

Only tools which correspond in accordance with specifications and regulations (for

example, from the Grass product line program) shall be utilized.

Only hard metals, or HSS (high speed steel) drills with a total length of 57 mm and a

shaft diameter of 10 mm may be utilized.

The drill diameter may be a maximum of 35 mm on the drive spindle and a maximum

of 12 mm O on all the other bore spindles.

Shavings may not be blown off, but must be suctioned with the appropriate device.

Machines shall always be turned off at the main switch when work is finished and

secured so unauthorized persons cannot start them.

Keep the workplace and surrounding area clean.

Messiness and changing work places increase the risk of injury.

Protect yourself from electrical shocks.

Utilize the machine only in dry rooms and do not leave the machine outside in the rain.

Keep unauthorized persons away from the machine.

Only one person shall operate the machine.

When working, keep your hands away from the working area of the drill and the

insertion die arm.

Wear appropriate work clothing when operating the machine.

Use a hair net with long hair and do not wear wide or floppy pieces of clothing which

could become caught in moving machine parts.

2-002 Recommended Usage

The Grass hinge drilling machine Unipress, as well as Unipress - Vario, is meant for

drilling in solid wood and derived wood products. Other uses are not specified; thus,

the manufacturer is not liable for resulting damages. The user alone assumes all risks.

The user must conform to the operating instructions when determining appropriate

usages.

The machine shall only be operated, serviced and maintained by trained and

authorized persons.

The original set-up may not be modified.

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2. Safety Information

2-003 Remaining Risks

The machine is built according to the present state of technology and known

safety and technical directives. Still, risks remain for the life and health of the operator

or of third parties, as well as damage to the machine and other material assets.

Remaining risks consist of:

- danger: even when the main switch is turned off the machine moves if the start

button is activated

- operation of the machine by unqualified personnel

- operation of the machine without the required and recommended safety devices

- inappropriate tooling or improper installation or attachment of tooling

- the placement of the operator's second hand during drilling, inserting and installing

movements of machine parts

- additional people being in the area of the operating machine

- contact with a turned-off machine which is not in order

- not maintaining the machine's operation as is described in Chapter 7-0 "Operating

the Unipress / Unipress - Vario".

These remaining risks can be prevented by adhering to the information found in

Chapters 2-0 and 7-0.

2-004 Safety Devices

Safety devices, information about dangers, etc. serve to ensure safety and may not, in

any case be removed or be made inoperable.

a) The main switch, which can be turned off to prevent unauthorized starting,

should be turned off during adjustment and set-up processes.

b) The pneumatic - filter - reducing regulator prevents the machine from

overloading (see Chapter 4-006).

c) For thermal overload protection of the motor see Chapter 4-007.

d) Integrated dust collection to protect personnel from fine dust and simultaneously

also conditionally protects one from injury by the drill.

e) Motor first runs when the drill comes into contact with the work piece, and not

with the pressing of the components

2-005 How to prevent damages:

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Possible Damage Safety Measurements

Drill chucks loosen Use snap-in drill chucks

Drill breakage Use branded top quality drills such as Grass

Drill-contact with machine parts Adjustment guide for drilling depth and distance

The wooden board turns Use side stops and rear stops

Feeding mechanism Not applicable

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2. Safety Information

Risk of Impact Not applicable, because the stroke motion is slow

Drive The direct drive is fully enclosed in a gear casing.

Installed drill bit is located behind the protection

device (dust collection elements).

Tool sets Stroke motion -- forward feed

non self-locking buttons

meet safety margins EN 294 depending on the risks

Control System-- prevented by a switch with collars

unexpected tool start mechanical motor safety EN 954-1 against dropping

due to leakage in the pneumatic system

Control System-- non self-locking buttons

unexpected lifting disengagement

Control System by the stop switch

turn off the tool drive in the

inoperative (idle) position

Control System switch cam

Press to begin tool start

Noise (see appendix 2.1) measured emissions values correspond to the state

of technology, work place emissions values are under

85 dB (A)

Dust (see appendix 2.2) The wood dust values fall below limits

Warning:

Electricity Stroke moting may also occur

Equipped according to EN 60204, part 1, VDE 0110

when motor is turned off

as well as IEC 384

2-006 Sticker Description

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Information sign for descent of vertical support

Indicates EG conformity

Prohibiting sign "Operation only by one person"

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3. Product Description

3-001 Dust and noise emissions ratings

Noise

The noise emissions according to EN31202 with CEN TC 142 in relation to the reported ISO 7960 noise emission determines

the work place emissions ratings.

LpA = 77.8 dB/A during drilling

measuring uncertainties constants K are 4 dB/A

Machine-specific adjustments:

Drill bits: 1 Cup hole drill bit Ø 35 mm, depth 13 mm

2 Dowelling drill bits Ø 8 mm, depth 13 mm

Workpiece: chipboard

Microphone position: 0,5 m in front of drilling motor axle

Dust

The determined dust rating according to DIN 33893 Part 2

Static protected maximum amount (value) 0.49 mg / m3

Interface exhaust connection piece:

suction exhaust pipe: Ø 80 mm

minimum air speed: 20 m/sec

static suction: 932 Pa

Suction elements:

The machine's dust and shavings collection elements are arranged so that during correct operations

(hook-up according to interface description) the amount of wood dust fall below the limit values.

(Testing procedures for measurement are set forth in the DIN 33893 part 2).

Connection of the suction system:

The machine must be connected to a suction system according to the interface description.

Hook-up lines are to be very inflammable.

If an "electric" coupling is required for the suction system, the Grass company has as a special accessory -- a

volume flow monitor with the appropriate contacts.

3-002 Usage

The Unipress / Unipress - Vario is designed exclusively for only those operations described in Chapter 2-001 and in

Chapter 7-003 .

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3-004 Variations

The Unipress is available in 2 different versions with various accessories.

3. Product Description

a) Unipress without gearbox, complete standard equipment, gear box to screw on as an

accessory.

Gear options:

Gearbox for Grass hinges with dowel distance 42 / 11

3 spindle gearbox for base plate in 32 mm intervals

b) Unipress Vario with gearbox, complete standard equipment, with quick change device

for gearbox, gearbox as an accessory

Gearbox options:

Gearbox for Grass hinges with dowel distance 42 / 11

3 spindle gearbox for base plate in 32 mm intervals

8 spindle gearbox special gearbox for Zarge front panel and cabinet members with

50 mm distance

11 spindle line boring in 32 mm evenly distanced notches with index ruler

3-005 Standard Features

Unipress or Unipress Vario completely installed consists of:

-machine table, depth indicator over handwheel, adjustable over 0.2 mm intervals with

a very legible scale

-stabile durable machine frame with material thickness indicator, material thickness is

adjustable by a very legible scale

-motor support with E-motor (electric motor) and gear retainer (holding fixture)

-insertion die arm which receives all insertion dies

-complete electrical controls with a main switch that can be shut off, thermal motor

voltage monitoring and 2 m of feeder cables

-complete pneumatic control including service unit with adjustable operating speed, 2 m

pneumatic lines, dust suction collection, adaptable to all gear variations

-complete operating instructions

-adjustment setting gauge L = 600 mm

-tool kit, consisting of a forked open ended wrench 8 / 10, one of each Allen wrench

keys 2,5/4/5/6, a marking gauge for hinges

-fence 720 mm long with 2 left side stops, 2 right side stops from which one has a

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3. Product Description

Unipress - Gear box and drill chuck

Unipress Vario - Gear box and drill chuck

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3-006 Standard Accessories

For Unipress only

3. Product Description

Description Article Number:

Gearbox for Grass hinge with dowel distance 42 / 11 mm 89611

Drill chuck for the above gear box, screwed firmly to the gearbox 90519*

Gearbox with 3 spindles for base lath (slat, strip-board, batten) and Zarge fronts 89613

Quick change drill chuck for the above gearbox for drill Ø to 12 mm 37551*

Quick change drill chuck for the above gearbox for drill Ø size 12 mm 35069

All gearboxes screwed on with 2 Allen screws, each with a drill chuck each

gearbox box spindle.

For Unipress - Vario only

Description

Gearbox for Grass hinge with dowel distance 42 / 11 mm 91800

Gearbox with 3 spindles for base lath (slat, strip-board, batten) and Zarge fronts 91801

Gearbox with 11 spindles for hole pattern 91802

Gearbox with 8 spindles for cabinet member fastener and Zarge fronts with railing 91803

Gearbox with 8 spindles for Zarge fronts with 50 mm dowel distance and railing 91804

Quick change drill chuck to the above gear box 91805

All gearboxes with quick change device and each has a drill chuck, each gearbox

spindle and a suitable canal for dust collection by ventilation.

*as an accessory for additional necessary drills.

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3. Product Description

Side stop

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left right 10 mm right 13/15 mm

Pendulum stop Stop pin Stop adjustment gauge

Hold down device Insertion die for hinges Insertion die for base plate

according to the style according to the style

Drill bits Extension bar

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3-006 Standard Accessories

3. Product Description

Description Article Number:

Side stop left 89610

Side stop, right 10 mm latch (standard) 89510

Side stop, right 13 mm latch (for Zarge fronts 60../61../62../64..) 90520

Side stop, right 15 mm latch (for Zarge fronts 77../78../79..) 92045

Pendulum stop to drill back panels 90530

Stop pin on guide ruler as stop bit gauge 90521

Adjustment setting gauge L= 600 mm with 4 stop rings 39854

Adjustment setting gauge L= 2000 mm with 5 stop rings 39855

Set of pneumatic work piece hold down devices ( 2 pieces ) including control 91477

1 piece extension bar style1 36-136 cm can be used left or right 37535

1 piece extension bar style2 136-236 cm can be used left or right 37536

Insert die for 1000/1003 steel cup 37554

Insert die for 1000/1003 zinc cup 37555

Insert die for 1006/3703 steel cup 90282

Insert die for 1006/3703 zinc cup 30127

Insert die for 1203/3903 zinc cup 37552

Insert die for 1803 steel cup 37556

Insert die for 950/954 39852

Insert die for Twist-Lock Hinge, only bottom part 91285

Insert die for Twist-Lock Hinge, comolete 91284

Insert die for base plate G/DZK 1000 90266

Insert die for base plate G/DZK 3000 90267

Insert die for Häfele Rafix-fastener 90845

Insert die for Hettich VB20 fastener 39467

Insert die for Huwil fastener ...........

Insert die for special products available upon request (special production) ...........

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 50 mm, bore diameter Ø 2,7 mm left 90887

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 50 mm, bore diameter Ø 2,7 mm right 93569

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 3 mm left 38135

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 3 mm right 38136

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 5 mm left 35809

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 5 mm right 35810

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 6 mm left 91572

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 6 mm right 91573

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 8 mm left 35811

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 8 mm right 35812

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 10 mm left 35813

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 10 mm right 35814

Hard metal drill bit, shaft diameter Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm, bore diameter Ø 15 mm left 38178

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Illustration 4-001-01

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4. Machine-Parts Description

4-001 Overview with Assembly Group Numbering Illustration 4-001-01

1. Machine table with handwheel and dividing plate, fence and side stops. The pendulum

stop is an accessory, as is the pneumatic work piece holder device.

2. Machine frame

3. Motor support with motor and insertion arm which receives the insertion die arm.

4. Drill gearbox

5. Electrical switch gear cabinet

6. Control panel

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Illustration 4-002-01

Illustration 4-002-02

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4-002 Description of the Individual Assembly Groups

Machine Table Illustration 4-002-01

4. Machine-Parts Description

1. Table base

2. Support fence 30/40 with plastic support

3. Support fence 50/30 with plastic support

4. Divider plate with 10 bore holes with interval space of 0.2 mm

5. Handwheel with retractable pins 1 revolution = 2 mm

6. Left side stop with 10 mm stop latch

7. Right side stop with 10 mm stop latch

8. Right side stop with 13 mm stop latch

9. Fence

10. Bit stop scale (bore distance)

11. Legible markings

12. Zero point for stop adjustment gauge

13. Pendulum stop - Accessory

14. Pneumatic clamp to hold down work piece

Machine Frame Illustration 4-002-02

1. Lateral right frame plate

2. Upper frame plate

3. Right cover

4. Compressed air gauge 0.0 - 1.0 MPa (0-10bar=

5. Regulating knob for compressed air adjustment. Life the knob to adjust. Turn

clockwise to increase the pressure. After the adjustment press the regulating knob down.

6. Guide bars for motor support

7. Identification plate

8. Material thickness scale

9. Legible markings for material thickness

10. Adjusting screws for material thickness with scale

(Information aid: 1 turn = 1 mm, 1 graduation mark = 0.1 mm)

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Illustration 4-002-03

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Illustration 4-002-04

Illustration 4-002-05


4-002 Description of the Individual Assembly Groups

Motor support Illustration 4-002-03

4. Machine-Parts Description

1. Motor support

2. Motor

3. Insertion die arm stop

4. Insertion die arm

5. Centering screw for lateral die position

6. Handle

7. Holding screw for insertion die arm with saucer spring

8. Securing safety screw for holding screw

9. Gearbox receptacle plate -- only with Unipress - Vario

10. Motor cover with identification description

Electrical Switch gear Cabinet Illustration 4-002-04

1. Electrical switch gear cabinet

2. Reset button for thermal excess current release

3. Roller limit switch

4. Contactor K1

5. Thermal excess current release

6. Lead cable, coming from main switch Q1

7. Cable for electric motor M1

8. Cable for roller limit switch

Electrical wiring diagram (see Chapter 4-009)

Control Panel Illustration 4-002-05

1. Main switch than can be shut off

2. Rotary switch for pneumatic holding device

3. Start button for drilling and insertion motion (5/2 type pneumatic valve)

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Unipress Drill gear box for hinges

11 xx

max Ø 35

42

xx = Adjustment range from 6 - 40 mm

Illustration 4-003-01

Unipress 3-spindle drill gear box

xx

32 32

Illustration 4-003-03

max Ø 15

max Ø 35

max Ø 15

xx = Adjustment range from 6 - 170 mm

max Ø 10

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Illustration 4-003-02

Illustration 4-003-04


4. Machine-Parts Description

4-003 Gear box types - Variations - Unipress hole pattern

Hinge gear box for Unipress Illustration 4-003-02

1. Gear box coupling

2. Gear box upper plate

3. Gear box lower plate

4. Gear box spindle

5. Hold down pin with spring for dust collection canal

6. Dust collection canal

7. Drill chuck for drill bit with 10 mm O shaft

Scope of application

for all hinges from the Grass Product Line Series 1000, 3000 and 4000

3 -spindle gear box for Unipress Illustration 4-003-04

1. Gear box coupling

2. Gear box upper plate

3. Gear box lower plate

4. Gear box spindle

5. Hold down pin with spring for dust collection canal

6. Dust collection canal

7. Quick change drill chuck for drill bit with 10 mm O shaft

Scope of applications:

for all hinge from the Grass Product Line Series 4000

for dowel base plates G/DZK Series 1000 and 3000

for back panels Zarge System 6000 and 7000

for front bore holes without railing for Grass Zarge System in 32 mm spaced intervals

for various fastening hinges

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Unipress-Vario quick change drill gear box for hinges

11 xx

max Ø 35

42

xx = Adjustment range from 6 - 40 mm

Illustration 4-003-05

max Ø 10

Unipress-Vario 3-spindle quick change drill gear box

xx

32 32

Illustration 4-003-07

max “ 15

max “ 35

max “ 15

xx = Adjustment range from 6 - 170 mm

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Illustration 4-003-06

Illustration 4-003-08


4. Machine-Parts Description

4-004 Gear box types - Variations - Unipress - Vario hole patterns

Unipress - Vario quick change drill gear box for hinges Illustration 4-003-06

1. Gear box coupling

2. Holding pin

3. Gear box locking pin

4. Centering ring

5. Gear box cover

6. Gear box plate

7. Gear box spindle

8. Quick change drill chuck for drill with 10 mm shaft

9. Hold down pin with spring for dust collection canal

10. Dust collection canal

11. Sticker label for bore distance and spindle rotation direction

Red marking = counter clockwise rotating (red) drill

Black marking = clockwise rotating (black) drill

Scope of application:

for all hinges from the Grass Product Line Series 1000, 3000 and 4000

Unipress - Vario 3 spindle quick change drill gear box Illustration 4-003-08

1. Gear box coupling

2. Holding pin

3. Gear box locking pin

4. Centering ring

5. Gear box cover

6. Gear box plate

7. Gear box spindle

8. Quick change drill chuck for drill with 10 mm shaft

9. Hold down pin with spring for dust collection canal

10. Dust collection canal

11. Sticker label for bore distance and spindle rotation direction

Red marking = counter clockwise rotating (red) drill

Black marking = clockwise rotating (black) drill

Scope of applications:

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Unipress - Vario 11-spindle hole pattern quick change drill gear box

xx

max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15 max Ø 15

xx

32 32 32 32 32 32 32

32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32 32

Illustration 4-003-09

Unipress - Vario 8- spindle quick change drill gear box

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

xx = Adjustment range from 6 - 170 mm

xx = Adjustment range from 6 - 170 mm

Illustration 4-003-11

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Illustration 4-003-10

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4. Machine-Parts Description

4-004 Gear box types - Variations - Unipress - Vario hole patterns

Unipress - Vario 11-spindle hole pattern quick change drill gear box Illustration 4-003-10

1. Gear box coupling

2. Holding pin

3. Gear box locking pin

4. Centering ring

5. Gear box cover

6. Gear box plate

7. Gear box spindle

8. Quick change drill chuck for drill with 10 mm shaft

9. Hold down pin with spring for dust collection canal

10. Dust collection canal

11. Sticker label for bore distance and spindle rotation direction

Red marking = counter clockwise rotating (red) drill

Black marking = clockwise rotating (black) drill

Scope of application:

for Line boring drills

for pull and handle bore holes with the base under the work piece, or when both

sides are bored

Unipress - Vario 8- spindle quick change drill gear box Illustration 4-003-12

1. Gear box coupling

2. Holding pin

3. Gear box locking pin

4. Centering ring

5. Gear box cover

6. Gear box plate

7. Gear box spindle

8. Quick change drill chuck for drill with 10 mm shaft

9. Hold down pin with spring for dust collection canal

10. Dust collection canal

11. Sticker label for bore distance and spindle rotation direction

Red marking = counter clockwise rotating (red) drill

Black marking = clockwise rotating (black) drill

Scope of applications:

for back panels Zarge System 6000 and 7000 with and without railing

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Unipress - Vario 8- spindle quick change drill gear box for special operations

xx

32 32 32 32 32 25 25

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

max Ø 15

xx = Adjustment range from 6 - 170 mm

Illustration 4-003-13

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4. Machine-Parts Description

4-004 Gear box types - Variations - Unipress - Vario hole patterns

Unipress - Vario 8- spindle quick change drill gear box for special operations Illustration 4-003-14

1. Gear box coupling

2. Holding pin

3. Gear box locking pin

4. Centering ring

5. Gear box cover

6. Gear box plate

7. Gear box spindle

8. Quick change drill chuck for drill with 10 mm shaft

9. Hold down pin with spring for dust collection canal

10. Dust collection canal

11. Sticker label for bore distance and spindle rotation direction

Red marking = counter clockwise rotating (red) drill

Black marking = clockwise rotating (black) drill

Scope of applications:

for back panels Zarge System 6000 and 7000 with and without railing

for front bore holes for Grass Zarge System 6000 and 7000 with 50 mm dowel spacing

for front fastening with and without railing in 32 mm spaced intervals

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4. Machine-Parts Description

Pneumatic wiring diagram

max 10 bar

Illustration 4-008-01

7

8

10 10

9

2

1

1

3

Adjustment:

5,5-6 bar

0,55-0,6 MPa

4 2

5 1

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3

3

2

1

Alternative to 3

3a

21

1 2

2

1

5

3

4

6


4-006 Machine's Function

4. Machine-Parts Description

-When the start button is activated, the motor begins. Releasing the start button activates an

immediate return to the starting (normal) position.

-The motor turns on about 20 mm before the drill touches the work piece.

-The pneumatic guide switches over from a set speed to an adjustable work speed about 25 mm

before the drill comes into contact with the work piece.

-The motor does not run during insertion.

-Pneumatic work piece holding clamp is tightened or released by a twist handle.

4-007 Description of the Safety Devices

-Thermal excess current release prevents overheating of the motor.

-Mechanical blocks prevent the bore gear box from descending if the air pressure fails or falls.

-The suction canal on the gear box prevents utilization of drills which are too large and also

protects from injury by the drill.

-Integrated dust suction collection together with the bore gear box prevents unacceptable dust

emissions.

-The main switch, which can be turned off, prevents unauthorized starts and ensure safety when

setting up or doing maintenance work.

-Dead man's control -- The machine operates only as long as the start button is activated.

4-008 Pneumatic wiring diagram

1 Hörbiger MKS-08H Filter - Pressure reducer 1/4" including compressed

air gauge, pressure regulator and filter unit

2 Camozzi DSV-358-895 5/2-type valve 1/8" with press button start valve for

boring and insertion motion

3 Bosch 0-820-402-102 2/2 type roller valve, reversing valve which adjusts to

operating speed

4 Hîöbiger DRV-1/8" One-way restrictor valve -- adjustable operating speed

5 Stasto 1/8" Controllable reflux valve prevents the boring machine

from descending if the pneumatic function suffers the

loss of compressed air

6 Camozzi 26N 2A 080 A 0125 Double action cylinder. Main cylinder moves the drilling

machine

7 Festo DFK-12-10-P Prevents the boring machine from descending during

a compressed air outage. Mechanical operation first

used from machine Nr. 94-07-614

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Electric wiring diagram

J1

3x380V/50Hz

Illustration 4-009-01

Electricity box

11 MOBRF R11

PE

N

L3

L2

L1

K1

Q1

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a1

a2

F1

M1

L1

T1

L1

T1

L2

T2

L2

T2

L3

T3

L3

T3

T1 T2 T3

U V W PE

S2 P

S1

97 95

98

F2

96


4-009 Electric Wiring Diagram Illustration 4-009-01

4. Machine-Parts Description

J1 GMSö 5 x 1.5 mm2 Lead cable

Q1 Main switch, which can be shut off, prevents

unauthorized start-ups

K1* Lovato B9 380V Power protection switches on the main circuit

F1* Lovato RC22 2.0-3.3A Thermal excess current release protects the motor

from overheating when overloaded

F2 Fuse for control circuit first on machines Nr. 94.12.xxx

S1 Omron D4MC-2020 Roller limit switch

switches on the power protection

M1* Three-phase drive motor

1* Lovato MBRF/11 Cable from roller limit switch S1, Electrical switchgear

380V/50Hz 2.0-3.3A cabinet complete with screw fillings, power protection

K1 and thermal excess current release F1

2 YMM 3 x 1 mm2 Cable from electrical switchgear cabinet 1 to roller

limit switch S1

3 YMM 4 x 1.5 mm2 Cable from electrical switchgear cabinet 1 to motor M1

4 GMSö 5 x 1.5mm2 Cable from main switch Q1 to electrical switchgear

cabinet 1

*All of these are dependent on the power supply and supply frequency of the country in which

the machine is operated. The descriptive text is applicable to the electrical power

3 x 380V / 50 Hz.

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5. Shipping and Installation of Machines

5-001 Transport

The Unipress / Unipress - Vario shall be delivered on fastened on a pallet with a cardboard cover.

Upon request, the Unipress can also be packed in a stabile wooden crate.

Wood pallets and wooden crates can be transported without problems by a low lift platform

truck or a fork lift truck.

The machine must be protected during the transport and storage from moisture and wetness.

Storage temperature should be between -20¯ and 50¯.

Operating temperature should be between 10¯ and 40¯.

Center of gravity

5-002 Space Requirements

The space requirement depends on the side of the work pieces.

The minimal depth dimensions are about 200 cm.

The minimal width dimensions are about 80 cm, and additionally 100 cm for each extension

bar and side.

The machine must be kept in a dry room away from moisture and wetness.

The surrounding temperature of the operating machine should be between +10¯C to +40¯C.

The relative humidity should not exceed 85% if at all possible.

Various malfunctions with the machine may occur with large deviations in the environmental

conditions.

5-003 Installation in Designated Space

The machine can be lifted on the machine table and on the machine frame.

We recommend screwing the machine with the provided bore holes on the machine table on

a base.

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340

Illustration 5-001-01


6-001 Pneumatic connection

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6. Start-Up

The machine has a 2 meter long air hose that has a diameter of 6/3. A Euro-Quick coupler plug

is installed corresponding to the voltage in the country of destination. See Chapter 4-007 for the

wiring diagram.

a) Turn the regulator knob of the service unit counter clockwise.

b) Connect the pneumatic air.

The pneumatic air supply should only be accessible to maintenance personnel

The quick coupling or a stop valve with ventilation shall be connected to the

compressed air ductwork system.

c) Turn the regulator knob clockwise until the pressure gauge pointer shows approximately

0.55 - 0.6 MPa (0.55 - 0.6 bar).

d) Conduct the function test without drilling bits and with the main switch off.

When the start button is pressed, the motor descends. When the hand is removed

from the start button, the machine must return immediately to the original position.

e) Check the work piece holding clamps, if included (accessories).

6-002 Electric connection

The electric connection must be done by an authorized specialist and must meet local

specifications.

See Chapter 4-008 for the wiring diagram.

The machine has a 2 meter long 5 -pole rubber cable. If necessary, according to the destination

country, a 5-pole CEE 16A plug will be installed. If necessary, corresponding and available wall

sockets are provided so the connection can be made by the customer.

Start the machine as described in 6-001. Engage the main switch and press the start button

(without the drill bits being connected) until the machine has reached its lowest point and the

motor engages. Remove the hand from the start button and determine the rotation direction

through the ventilation grid.

Controlling the rotation direction: the rotation direction must conform to the arrow on the

ventilation cover. A change in the rotation direction can only be performed by a specialist!

6-003 Other connections

Dust collection connection O 80 mm

Required suction power about 2000 m h

The Unipress must not be run without the dust collection system operating.

See Chapter 3-001 "Dust and Noise Emissions Ratings".

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Illustration 7-201-01

Illustration 7-201-02

Illustration 7-201-03


7-1 Requirements for Operators

7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

The machine should be operated only by trained persons that are familiar with the machine's

functions.

This knowledge may be obtained by studying the operating instructions or by hands-on training

by a specialist.

It is the machine owner's responsibility to follow these instructions.

7-2 Setting-up the Unipress

7-201 Changing the Gearbox on the Unipress

-Turn off the main switch.

-Screw off the dust collection canal 1, according to the illustration 7-210-01 with the 17 mm

forked open-end wrench.

-Loosen both screws "2", according to the illustration 7-201-02 with the 6 mm Allen wrench.

-Remove the gearbox.

-Mount the new gearbox taking the gearbox coupling position into consideration. Illustration 7-201-03.

-Tighten both screws "2".

-Screw on the dust collection canal.

7-202 Installing the Drill Bit into the Rigid Drill Chuck on the Unipress

-Turn off the main switch.

-Loosen screw "1".

-Insert the drill bit up to the stop, noting the position of the surface on the drill bit.

-Tighten screw "1".

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Illustration 7-203-01

Illustration 7-204-01

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7-203 Installing the Drill Bit into the Quick Change Chuck on the Unipress Illustration 7-203-01

-Place the empty drill chuck on the drill setting gauge "3". Pull the tension ring "1" back

from the drill chuck. Place the drill chuck on the gauge. Release the rings.

-Loosen the locking screws "2".

-Insert the drill bit completely, taking note of the surface of the drill shaft.

-Tighten screw "2".

-Remove the drill chuck from the gauge.

Warning: All drill bits should be adjusted to an uniform dimension "X", so that the drill bits can

be interchanged with each other.

7-204 Changing the Quick Change Chuck on the Unipress Illustration 7-204-01

-Turn off the main switch.

-Place the drill chuck with the drill bit against the free gear box spindle.

-Pull back the tension ring "1" according to Illustration 7-202-1

-Press the drill chuck firmly against the spindle.

-Release the tension ring.

-Tighten both screws "2".

-Turn the drill chuck until the drill chuck catches on the spindle and the tension ring is in the

original position.

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7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

Illustration 7-301-01

Illustration 7-301-02

Illustration 7-301-03 Illustration 7-301-04

Illustration 7-301-05 Illustration 7-301-06

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7-3 Setting-Up the Unipress - Vario

7-301 Changing the gearbox on the Unipress - Vario

a) Remove the gearbox Illustration 7-301-01 / 02 / 03

-Turn off the main switch.

-Hold the gearbox with both hands.

-Press the pin "1" down.

-Turn the gearbox about 15¯ counter clockwise to the stop.

-Pull the gearbox downwardly.

-Store the gearbox in a clean place, protected from dirt.

b) Mounting a new gearbox Illustration 7-301-04 / 05 / 06

-Turn off the main switch.

-If necessary, clean the shavings and dust off the gearbox.

-Pick up the gearbox correctly positioned with both hands.

-Place the gearbox parallel against the motor support.

-Turn about 15¯ counter clockwise in the bore hole of the receptacle plate.

-Press the gearbox upward until the gearbox cover lies on the receptacle plate, and

if necessary, secure the gearbox by rotating is so that the retaining pin agrees with the

bore hole.

-Turn the gearbox about 15¯ counter clockwise to the stop until the locking pin catches

in the position bore hole.

-When the locking pin catches, the gear box is ready for operation.

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7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

Illustration 7-303-01

Illustration 7-303-02

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7-3 Setting-Up the Unipress - Vario

7-302 Installing the Drill Bit into the Quick Change Chuck on the Unipress - Vario

-Loosen fastening screw "1".

-Insert the drill bit completely, taking note of the surface on the drill shaft.

-Tighten screw "1" firmly.

Warning: All drill bits should be adjusted to a uniform dimension "X", so that the drill bits can

be interchanged with each other.

Illustration 7-302-01

7-302 Changing the Quick Change Chuck on the Unipress - Vario

a) Remove the drill chuck with the drill bit.

-Turn off the main switch.

-Turn the drill chuck about 5¯ left or right.

-Pull the drill chuck down.

b) Put up a new drill chuck with the drill bit Illustration 7-303-01 / 02

-Turn off the main switch.

-Place the drill chuck with drill bit against the gearbox spindle.

-Note the markings on the gearbox:

left (red) drill bit on the spindle with red markings

right (black) drill bit on the spindle with black markings

drive spindle always rotates clockwise (black drill bit)

-Place the drill chuck on the spindle until resistance can be felt.

-Rotate the drill chuck until the drill chuck slides up completely to the gearbox.

Check: there should not be a gap of more than 2 mm between the drill chuck and the

gearbox.

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Illustration 7-401-01

Illustration 7-402-01

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7-4 Adjusting the Unipress and the Unipress - Vario

7-401 Adjusting the Material Thickness (Boring Depth) Illustration 7-401-01

-Loosen the clamp screw "1".

-Turn the adjusting screw "2" until the pointer "3" indicates the desired material thickness

on the scale "4". (If the scale "4" is set during work adjustment,the bore hole results in adepth

of 13 mm; the scale on the adjusting screw is only for better orientation while turning the screw).

-Tighten the clamp screw.

7-402 Adjusting the Boring Distance Illustration 7-402-01

-Pull out the hinged handle "1" on the handwheel "2".

-Turn to approximately 3 mm beyond the desired measurement shown on the scale "3".

-Turn the handwheel right until the exact measurement is reached on the scale "3".

-Move the hinged handle back until the bolt engages in the divider plate "4".

IPlease note: The bore hole distance changes about 0.2 mm from bore hole to bore hole in

the divider plate. One turn of the hand wheel is one space adjustment of exactly 2 mm.

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Illustration 7-403-01

Illustration 7-404-01

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7-4 Adjusting the Unipress and the Unipress - Vario

7-403 Adjusting the Boring Speed Illustration 7-403-01

The machine has a constant feed speed and an adjustable working speed.

The change-over point depends on the material thickness.

By turning the adjusting screw counter clockwise, the working speed increases; by turning

the screw clockwise, the working speed decreases.

The working speed has to accommodate the tools and work pieces (materials).

The harder the material of the work piece, the slower the working speed.

The less the tool can cut, the slower the working speed.

7-404 Adjusting the Side Stops Illustration 7-404-01

-A required tool is the open fork wrench 8/10.

-Loosen the screw "1" by turning the open fork wrench left.

-Move the stop to the desired measurement.

-Tighten the screw "1" by turning clockwise with an open fork wrench.

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Illustration 7-405-01

Illustration 7-405-02

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7-4 Adjusting the Unipress and the Unipress - Vario

7-405 Working with the Stop Adjustment Gauge Illustration 7-405-01/02

-After adjusting side stops on the right side, the adjustment of the left side must be made

(e.g., for right and left door at the hinge mounting).

-Put the pin "A" of the stop adjustment gauge into the boring "1" of the center part "2".

-Loosen the flap screw "B" of a collar "C".

-Move the set collar "C" against the stop latch "3" of the side stop.

-Tighten the flap screw "B" --Attention: Screw must point upward.

-If necessary, adjust several set collars for several stops.

-Push down on all stop latches on the right side.

-Move the stop adjustment gauge by 180° to the left side.

-Loosen a side stop on the left side and move it until the stop latch touches the set collar.

Tighten the side stop.

-If necessary, adjust several stops.

If the same hole patterns are repeated, it is recommended to get a stop adjustment gauge for

each hole pattern, and change the flap screws for pins.

This allows for future exact side stop adjustment on both sides for a desired hole pattern.

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Illustration 7-406-01

Illustration 7-407-01

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7-4 Adjusting the Unipress and the Unipress - Vario

7-406 Working with the Index Ruler Illustration 7-406-01

The index ruler is used only for line borings in order to adjust the distance between each stop.

-Adjust the first stop to the desired distance.

-Loose the second side stop.

-Place the index ruler towards the edge "A1" of the stop latch of the first side stop.

-Move the second stop (stop latch) towards the edge "A2" of the index ruler.

-Tighten the side stop.

-Proceed in the same way for several stops.

-By adjust side stops in this manner, the distance between two boring rows is exactly 32 mm.

To avoid adjustment errors, it is recommended to use a stop adjustment gauge for the

second stop side.

7-407 Adjusting the Hold Down Clamps Illustration 7-407-01

The hold down clamp is an accessory and is suitable for material thicknesses up to 40 mm.

-Loosen the two Allen screws on the backside of the hold down clamp with an Allen wrench

5 mm.

-Move the hold down clamp to the desired position.

-Tighten both Allen screws.

Please Note: There is a minimum distance between the hold down clamp and the motor

support, as well as between the hold down clamp and the gearbox.

Damage- and injury risks

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Illustration 7-408-01

Illustration 7-408-02

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7-4 Adjusting the Unipress and the Unipress - Vario

7-408 Mounting the Insertion Die Illustration 7-406-01/02

-Swing the insertion die arm lightly to the front.

-Loosen the clamp screw of the Insertion die.

-Insert the die.

-Tighten the clamp screw.

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Illustration 7-501-01

Illustration 7-501-02

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7-5 Examples of Usage

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7-501 Drilling and Inserting the Grass Hinge System 1000 / 3000 / 4000 Illustration 7-501-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox for hinges

-(Gearbox for base plates - 3 spindle gearboxes for Twist-Lock-Hinges only)

-1 drill bit right 35 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-2 drill bit left 8 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm for hinges with dowels only

-Insertion die, each according to the hinge style

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to points 7-201 or 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to points 7-202 or 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog.

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404 and 7-405.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

-Mount the insert die, if necessary, according to point 7-408.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

-Place the hinge on the insert die.

-Swing the insertion die arm downward to the stop.

-Press the start button until the hinge is completely inserted.

Warning: Keep hands clear of the hold down clamp, the insertion die arm and the drill gearbox.

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Illustration 7-502-01

Illustration 7-502-02

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7-502 Drilling and Inserting the Grass Base Plate System 1000 / 3000 Illustration 7-502-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox for base plates - 3-spindle gearbox

-1 drill bit right 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-1 drill bit left 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-Insertion die, each according to the base plate style

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to points 7-201 or 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to points 7-202 or 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog.

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404 and 7-405.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

-Mount the insert die, if necessary, according to point 7-408.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

-Place the base plate on the insert die.

-Swing the insertion die arm downward to the stop.

-Press the start button until the base plate is completely inserted.

Warning: Keep hands clear of the hold down clamp, the insertion die arm and the drill gearbox.

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Illustration 7-503-01

Illustration 7-503-02

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7-503 Drilling the Line Boring Patterns only with the Unipress - Vario Illustration 7-503-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox for hole pattern - 11-spindle gearbox for Unipress - Vario

-6 drill bits right 5 (3) mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-5 drill bits left 5 (3) mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to point 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to point or 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog (as desired)

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404 and 7-405 and 7-406.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

Warning: Keep hands clear of the hold down clamp and the drill gearbox.

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Illustration 7-504-01

Illustration 7-504-02

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7-504 Drilling the Cabinet Member Fastening Bore Holes only with the Unipress - Vario

Illustration 7-503-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox for cabinet members - 8-spindle gearbox - Standard

-1 drill bit right 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-1 drill bit left 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to point 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to point 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404 and 7-405.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

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Illustration 7-505-01

Illustration 7-505-02

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7-505 Drilling the Fronts for System 6000 / 7000 with Railing Only with the Unipress - Vario

Illustration 7-505-01/02

Required Equipment:

-3-spindle gearbox

-Gearbox for cabinet members - 8-spindle gearbox - Standard

-Gearbox for Zarge fronts with 50 mm dowel distance, if necessary

-2 (1) drill bit right 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-(1) drill bit left 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-Clamp equivalents for 32 mm dowel distance

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to point 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to point 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

Warning: Keep hands clear of the hold down clamp and the drill gearbox.

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Illustration 7-506-01

Illustration 7-506-02

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7-5 Examples of Usage

7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

7-506 Drilling the Back Panels for System 6000 / 7000 with Railing Only with the Unipress - Vario

Illustration 7-506-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox with at least one spindle (without railing)

-(3-spindle gearbox)

-(Gearbox for cabinet members - 8-spindle gearbox - Standard)

-(Gearbox for Zarge fronts with 50 mm dowel distance, if necessary)

-Pendulum stop

-1 drill bit right 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-(1) drill bit left 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-Clamp equivalency if a railing is also bored.

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to point 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to point 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

Warning: Keep hands clear of the hold down clamp and the drill gearbox.

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7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

Illustration 7-507-01

Illustration 7-507-02

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7-5 Examples of Usage

7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

7-507 Drilling of Visible Hinges Illustration 7-507-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox for hinges -(Gearbox for Zarge fronts with 50 mm dowel distance, if necessary)

-1 drill bit right 35 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-2 drill bits left 8 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-Insertion die according to the hinge type

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to point 7-201 or 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to point 7-202 or 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404 and 7-405.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

-Mount the insertion die, if necessary, according to point 7-408.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

-Press the hinge on the insertion die.

-Swing the insertion die arm downward to the stop.

-Press the start button until the hinge is completely inserted.

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Illustration 7-508-01

Illustration 7-508-02

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7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

7-508 Drilling and Inserting of Fastening Hardware Illustration 7-508-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox for base plates -3-spindle gearbox

-1 drill bit right 20 mm Ø ( or other Ø) , shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-2 drill bits left 10 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-Insertion die according to the fastening hardware

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to point 7-201 or 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to point 7-202 or 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Adjust the boring distance according to the point 7-402 in the technical catalog

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404 and 7-405.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

-Mount the insertion die, if necessary, according to point 7-408.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

-Press the hinge on the insertion die.

-Swing the insertion die arm downward to the stop.

-Press the start button until the hinge is completely inserted.

Warning: Keep hands clear of the hold down clamp, insertion die arm and the drill gearbox.

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7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

Illustration 7-509-01

Illustration 7-509-02

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7. Operating the Unipress/Unipress

7-509 Drilling of Handle Borings Only with the Unipress - Vario Illustration 7-509-01/02

Required Equipment:

-Gearbox for cabinet members -8-spindle gearbox - Standard

-Gearbox for line boring - 11-spindle gearbox

-1 drill bit right 5 mm Ø ( or other Ø) , shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-2 drill bits left 5 mm Ø, shaft Ø 10 mm, length 57 mm

-a base with a thickness of at least 5 mm so that the work piece can be bored through

Machine Set-Up:

-Gearbox change, if necessary, according to point 7-201 or 7-301 so that safety information

is followed.

-Changing the drill bit, if necessary, according to point 7-202 or 7-302 so that safety information

is followed.

-Adjust the material thickness to 10 mm so it can be bored through. Work pieces that are

thicker than 25 mm without a base can be drilled on both sides.

-Adjust the boring distance as desired.

-Adjust the working speed, if necessary, according to the point 7-403.

-Adjust the side stops according to points 7-404 and 7-405.

-Adjust the pneumatic work piece hold down clamp, if provided and necessary, according to point 7-407.

Operating the Machine:

-Place the work piece on the machine table and press against the side stop and stops on the fence.

-Press the start button until the drilling process is over.

Warning: Keep hands clear of the hold down clamp, insertion die arm and the drill gearbox.

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8. Trouble Shooting and Problem Solving

Illustration 8-001-01

Illustration 8-002-01

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8-001 Incorrect Drilling Distance - Adjustment of Scale Illustration 8-001-01

-Mount gearbox, if necessary, according to point 7-201 or 7-301.

-Mount a drill bit, if necessary, according to point 7-202 or 7-302.

-Follow safety information and guidelines.

-Place a sample work piece.

-Press against the depth stops on fence.

-Drill one hole.

-Measure drilling distance and compare with the set number on the scale.

-If the numbers are not identical, loosen both screws "1" with 4 mm Allen wrench, move the

measuring scale to measured number, then tighten both screws "1".

-Repeat drilling cycle and compare boring distance again with the number on the scale.

8-002 Incorrect Drilling Depth - Adjustment of Scale Illustration 8-002-01

-Place the sample material on machine table.

-Loosen clamp screw "1".

-Adjust material thickness according to point 7-401.

-Lift the adjustment screw "2", then place the material "3" , which is as thick as the desired

drilling depth, underneath.

-Drill a sample cycle. In this position the drill bit cutters should just drill the material (leaving

obvious marks on the material).

-If the drilling is too deep, the adjustment screw must be turned clockwise (1 turn = 1 mm).

-If the drill cutters do not reach the material surface, adjustment screw "2" must be turned

counter clockwise.

-Repeat sample drilling and corrections until the drill cutters drill the material correctly.

-Remove the work material "3". The material thickness, according to scale "4", must agree with

the actual material thickness.

-In case of discrepancies, loosen both screws "5" with 2.5 mm Allen wrench. Move the

measuring scale until the measured material thickness is identical with the material thickness

shown on scale "4". Tighten both screws "5".

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8. Trouble Shooting and Problem Solving

Illustration 8-006-01

Illustration 8-006-02

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8-003 Motor Does Not Run

a) Turn on the main switch on the control panel

b) If the thermal overload safety feature kicks in, press the blue button on the switch gear

cabinet on the back of the machine.

c) Check to see if the machine is plugged in.

d) Check the fuses in the in-house distributing panel, and if necessary, change the fuse.

e) If points a through d are unsuccessful, then consult a specialist . See wiring

diagram in chapter 4-008.

8-004 Boring Head Does Not Descend

a) Check the air pressure in the machine. The pressure gauge should indicate

0.55 - 0,6 MPa (5.5 - 6 bar).

b) If the motor support with the gearbox stops shortly before reaching the work piece,

adjust the choke screw as described in point 7-403.

c) If points a through d are unsuccessful, then consult a specialist. See wiring diagram

in chapter 4-007.

8-005 Boring Speed Cannot Be Adjusted

If the boring speed cannot be adjusted as described in chapter 7-403, a specialist must be

consulted. Wiring diagram chapter 4-007.

8-006 Parts Do Not Fit The Drill Patterns When Inserted

-Drill a hole pattern. Mount the insertion die. Mount the part that is to be inserted. Move the

insertion frame down. Adjust the pressurized air on the pressure reducing gauge to

approximately 0.2 MPa. Insert.

-If the part does not fit the drill pattern:

a) If the part is too far to the right or left Illustration 8-006-01

-Loosen the screw "1" with a 4 mm Allen wrench. Move the die left or right. Tighten

the screw again.

b) If the part is too close to the fence. Illustration 8-006-02

Loosen both hexagon nuts "2" with an open forked 8/10 wrench. Screw out the Allen

head screws "3" with 4 or 5 mm Allen wrench in a counter clockwise direction. Then

tighten the nuts "2" again.

c) If the part is too close to the fence. Illustration 8-006-02

Loosen both hexagon nuts "2" with an open forked 8/10 wrench. Screw out the Allen

head screws "3" with a 4 or 5 mm Allen wrench in a counter clockwise direction. Then

tighten the nuts "2" again.

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9. Maintenance and Care

9-001 Maintenance Plan

Maintenance work should only be done when the main switch is turned off and the pneumatic air

has been disconnected.

Daily:

After the end of work, the machine should be secured against being started by unauthorized

personnel.

Weekly, or as necessary:

Drain the filter-pressure reducer; disconnect the machine from the pneumatic air cable for this.

(The filter-pressure reducer is equipped with a semi-automatic drain).

Monthly:

Clean the drill distance adjustment spindle and lubricate the spindle with commercial grease.

Check the drill distance with sample drilling; correct, if necessary, according to point 8-001.

Check the drilling depth - material thickness with sample drilling. Correct, if necessary,

according to 8-002.

Check the function of the side stops.

Check the position of the insertion dies, and if necessary, correct according to point 8-006.

Yearly:

In order to keep the machine running smoothly for many years, it is recommended to have

the machine serviced by a Grass Maintenance Technician or by a Grass Distributor every

1 to 3 years.

9-002 Care Information

The machine should be cleaned only after the main switch is turned off and the pneumatic

air is disconnected.

The machine should be cleaned as needed. This includes vacuuming of wood shavings.

Clean with a dry cloth and do not use caustic cleaners such as gasoline, nitro diluted solutions,

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10-001 Guarantee Certificate

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10. Miscellaneous

Buyer: Name...................................................

Street................................................... Zip code....................................

City...................................................... Country......................................

Telephone............................................ Fax............................................

Dealer: Name...................................................

Street................................................... Zip code....................................

City...................................................... Country......................................

Date of purchase:

Machine: *Please underline the appropriate

Style:...................................................

Machine number:........................................

Voltage / Frequency according to the identification plate:.........................................

Gearbox for Unipress with fixed screws on gearbox

Gearbox for hinges* 3-spindle gearbox*

Gearbox for Unipress - Vario with changeable gearbox

Gearbox for hinges* 3-spindle gearbox*

8-spindle gearbox 8-spindle gearbox with special distance of 50 mm*

11-spindle gearbox for line boring system,*

General:

The delivered Unipress is guaranteed is accordance with the general guarantee terms of the

Association of the Machine and Steel Construction Industry. Any warranty claims are voided in

cases of misuse, unauthorized repairs, use of non-Grass or unauthorized spare parts, as well

as use of non-Grass or unauthorized accessories. We reserve the right to make technical

modifications for whatever reasons. When the machine is shipped from the manufacturing

plant, it meets the latest standards of requirements and technical standards. The manufacturer

is not obligated to modify for free of charge any machines which were previously delivered to

meet changed specifications.

Without a completed guarantee form sent to the manufacturer, there are not guarantee claims

at all.

The buyer agrees to store this data in an electronic data processing system.

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10-002 Disposal Form

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10. Miscellaneous

Buyer: Name...................................................

Street................................................... Zip code....................................

City...................................................... Country......................................

Telephone............................................ Fax............................................

Machine: *Please underline the appropriate

Style:...................................................

Machine number:........................................

Voltage / Frequency according to the identification plate:.........................................

Gearbox for Unipress with fixed screws on gearbox

Gearbox for hinges* 3-spindle gearbox*

Gearbox for Unipress - Vario with changeable gearbox

Gearbox for hinges* 3-spindle gearbox*

8-spindle gearbox 8-spindle gearbox with special distance of 50 mm*

11-spindle gearbox for line boring system,*

General:

The buyer hereby confirms that the machine has been disposed of properly. The machine

consists of the following materials:

steel / iron parts

machine frame, motor support, machine table, various parts of the gearbox

aluminum

parts of the side stops, gearbox casing, all extension bars

PVC:

green support strips on the machine table

various plastics:

cover caps for machine table protrusions, pneumatic hoses

The following parts cannot be associated with any material group:

electrical equipment, pneumatic parts

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10-003 Resale From

Seller:

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10. Miscellaneous

Name:.............................................

Street.............................................. Zip code:..........................................

City:........................................…..… Country:............................................

Telephone:...................................... Fax:...................................................

Reason for slling machine:

Buyer:

Name:.............................................

Street.............................................. Zip code:................................….…..

City:.........................................…… Country:............................................

Telephone:...................................... Fax:...................................................

After reslling the machine, please return the completed from to the manufacturer.

The buyer agrees to store the data in an electronic data processing system.

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10-004 Questionnaire 1: Reason for Purchase

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10. Miscellaneous

Buyer: Name...................................................

Street................................................... Zip code....................................

City...................................................... Country......................................

Telephone............................................ Fax............................................

Size of company: .................................... number of personnel

Machine is being used in the area of:* *please check the appropriate

kitchen cabinet manufacturing

general interior design and engineering

general furniture fabrication

Application of machine:

Drill hinge Insertion of hinges

Drill dowel base plates Insertion of dowel base plates

Drill fastening hardware Insertion of fastening hardware

Drill catch base plates

Drill cabinet member slides

Drill line boring system

Drill fronts for Zarge

Drill back panel for Zarge

Drill handle borings in front panels

Other applications, please indicate........................................

Operating time of the machine:*

about ................hours per month

What was the reason for choosing Unipress over the competitors' machines?

cost versatility of machine

appearance wide range of accessories

quality loyal Grass customer

cost / performance ratio Grass processor

durability of the machine

How did you find out about the Unipress?*

Magazine advertisement

Visiting a show

distributor showroom

distributor visit

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10-005 Questionnaire 2: Satisfaction

Buyer: Name...................................................

Street................................................... Zip code....................................

City...................................................... Country......................................

Telephone............................................ Fax............................................

How do you rate your satisfaction with the machine?*

very good fair

good not at all

Would you buy the machine again?*

yes no because the machine meets the requirements

yes no because there are better machines available

yes no because my usage needs have changed

yes no because of price

yes no because of the economic situation

yes no because...........................................................

yes no because...........................................................

yes no because...........................................................

yes no because...........................................................

yes no because...........................................................

yes no because...........................................................

*Please check or fill in the appropriate

What would you change about the machine?

...........................................................

...........................................................

...........................................................

...........................................................

...........................................................

...........................................................

...........................................................

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10. Miscellaneous

Several months after purchasing the machine, please return the completed questionnaire

to the manufacturer.

This will better enable us to meet the customers' needs.

The buyer agrees to store this data in an electronic data processing system.

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NOTES


WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS

Austria

GRASS GmbH

Grass Platz 1, A-6973 Höchst

Tel. +43 / 5578 / 701-0

Fax +43 / 5578 / 701-59

e-mail: info@grass.at

Internet: www.grass.at

China

GRASS GmbH Shanghai Representative

10 th Floor Shanghaimart

2299 Yanan Road (West) Shanghai,

200336 P.R. China

Tel. +86 / 21 / 623 61 141, 623 61 142

Fax +86 / 21 / 623 61 143

e-mail: grass-cn@online.sh.cn

Germany

Vertrieb durch: GRASS GmbH

Grass Platz 1, A-6973 Höchst

Tel. +43 / 5578 / 701-0

Fax +43 / 5578 / 701-59

e-mail: info@grass.at

Internet: www.grass.at

France

GRASS France S.A.R.L.

429 Av. Roger Salengro

F-92370 Chaville

Tel. +33 / 1 / 47 50 82 93

Fax +33 / 1 / 47 50 45 06

Great Britain

GRASS (U.K.) Limited

4 Shaw House, Wychbury Court

Brierley Hill,West Midlands DY5 1TA

Tel. +44 / 1384 / 48 42 42

Fax +44 / 1384 / 48 57 06

e-mail: grassuk@grassuk.co.uk

Internet: www.grassuk.co.uk

Italy

DADO TECHNIC Austria

Kasernplatz 5, A-6700 Bludenz

Tel. +43 / 55 52 / 65 689-16

Fax +43 / 55 52 / 65 689-19

e-mail: franco.brizzante@iplace.at

DADO TECHNIC Italia

Via Amenteressa 4/C

I-33080 San Quirino, Pordenone

Tel. +39 / 04 34 / 91 86 57

Fax +39 / 04 34 / 91 86 57

e-mail: info@dadotech.it

Internet: www.dadotech.it

Canada

GRASS Canada Inc.

7270 Torbram Road

Unit 17, Mississauga, Ontario L4T 3Y7

Tel. +1 / 905 / 678 18 82

Fax +1 / 905 / 678 97 93

e-mail: infocanada@grassusa.com

Internet: www.grassusa.com

USA

GRASS America Inc.

P.O. Box 1019

USA Kernersville, N.C. 27284

Tel. +1 / 336 / 996 40 41

Fax +1 / 336 / 996 51 49

Toll-Free: +1 / 800 / 334 35 12

e-mail: info@grassusa.com

Internet: www.grassusa.com

Europe

Baltic States

AS Savo D&T

Rebase 16

EE-51013 Tartu

Tel. +372 / 7 / 366 040

Fax +372 / 7 / 366 041

e-mail: kaimar@savo.ee

Internet: www.savo.ee

Belgium

Van Opstal & Co.

Boomsesteenweg 34

B-2630 Aartselaar Antwerpen

Tel. +32 / 3 / 88 74 048

Fax +32 / 3 / 88 77 606

info@vanopstal.be

Internet: www.vanopstal.be

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Dragisic i Karlas O. D.

Simeuna Djaka 3

BIH-51000 Banja Luka

Tel. +387 / 51 / 21 32 85

Fax +387 / 51 / 21 32 85

e-mail: dikod@inecco.net

Bulgaria

MAET Ltd.

3-9 Srebarna Str.

BG-1407 Sofia

Tel. +35 / 92 / 962 11 15, 962 11 16

Fax +35 / 92 / 962 58 23

e-mail: maet@mail.bg

Denmark

Peter Ellemose a/s

Drejoevej 7

Postbox 32

DK-9500 Hobro

Tel. +45 / 98 52 58 88

Fax +45 / 98 51 01 88

e-mail: ellemose@ellemose.dk

Internet: www.ellemose.dk

Finland

Savo Design & Technic Oy

Muuntotie 1

FIN-01510 Vantaa

Tel. +358 / 9 / 87 00 81 0

Fax +358 / 9 / 87 00 81 50

e-mail: savo@savodt.fi

Internet: www.savodt.fi

Greek

D. Gallidis & Co

14th km Old National Road

Thessaloniki-Veria

GR-57011 Thessaloniki

Tel. +30 / 2310 / 72 26 10-1

Fax +30 / 2310/71 00 95

e-mail: gallidis@otenet.gr

Ireland

Springhill Woodcrafts Ltd.

Kernanstown Ind. Est.

Carlow, Ireland

Tel. +353 / 503 / 42 288

Fax +353 / 503 / 43 230

e-mail: Grass@springhill.ie

Internet: www.springhill.ie

Iceland

Merkúr Ltd.

Baejaflöt 4

IS-112 Reykjavik

Tel. +354 / 594 60 00

Fax +354 / 594 60 02

e-mail: merkur@merkur.is

Internet: www.merkur.is

Israel

H.G. Trading International Ltd.

84, Itzhak Ben Tzvi Road

68104 Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel. +972 / 3 / 681 6289, 681 2164

Fax +972 / 3 / 681 53 08

e-mail: hgisrael@netvision.net.il

Internet: www.h-g-trading.co.il

Serbia Montenegro

Radmilovic i Milijanovic O. D.

Vojni put 532/I

SCG-11080 Beograd / Zemun

Tel. +381 / 11 / 10 67 62, 61 91 82

Fax +381 / 11 /31 63 718

e-mail: yugrass@EUnet.yu

Internet: www.rami.co.yu

Canary Island

Ferrotea, S.L.

C/. Martinez Morales, 10

E-38320 La Cuesta, La Laguna-Tenerife

Tel. +34 / 922 / 66 21 18

Fax +34 / 922 / 66 21 19

Croatia

SIGMA PLUS d.o.o.

Splitska 38

HR-21300 Makarska

Tel. +385 / 21 / 679 246, 679 247

Fax: +385 / 21 / 679 248

e-mail: sigma-plus@st.hinet.hr

Lithuania

JSC Boruna

Metalo 4

LT-2038 Vilnius

Tel. +370 / 5 / 23 98 800, 23 98 801

Fax +370 / 5 / 23 06 532

e-mail: boruna@takas.lt

Internet: www.boruna.lt

Netherlands

Mac Lean Agencies b.v.

Akkerstraat 13a

NL-5126 PJ Gilze

Tel. +31 / 161 / 45 22 22

Fax +31 / 161 / 45 22 88

e-mail: eric@macleanagencies.nl

Internet: www.macleanagencies.nl

Norway

Lundell & Zetterberg

Norges Moebel Beslag AS

Olaf Ingstadtsvei 3, P. Box 35

N-1351 Rud

Tel. +47 / 6717 / 2510

Fax +47 / 6717 / 2511

e-mail: opalsson@c2i.net

Poland

Jan Wachowiak

ul. Faustyny 14c / 53

PL 87-100 Torun

Tel. + Fax +48 / 56 / 659 08 44

Mobil +48 / 603 / 67 58 44

e-mail: grass@grass-pl.com


WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTORS

Internet: www.grass-pl.com

Rumania

MDT Concret S.R.L.

Strada Politehnicii Nr. 4, Bloc 1, Scara 3, Etaj 2,

Apartament 36, Sector 6

RO-70000 Bucharest

Tel. +40 / 1 / 413 90 88, 413 90 83

Fax +40 / 1 / 413 90 89

e-mail: office@mdt.ro

Internet: www.mdt.ro

Russia

CentroKomplect + Ltd.

2/10, Bolshoy Cherkassky Per.

103012 Moscow, Russia

Tel. +7 / 095 / 921 3811

Fax +7 / 095 / 921 2437

e-mail: ckplus@online.ru

Internet: www.ckplus.ru

Sweden

AB Lundell & Zetterberg

Lindetorpsvagen 25

P.O. Box 5053

S-121 16 Johanneshov/Stockholm

Tel. +46 / 8 / 449 06 30

Fax +46 / 8 / 722 03 15

e-mail: lz@lundell-zetterberg.se

Internet: www.lundell-zetterberg.se

Switzerland

Internationale Agentur für Industrieprodukte

Tscherner H. Georg

Rebhügl 7, A-6911 Lochau

Tel. +43 / 5574 / 58 138-0

Fax +43 / 5574 / 58 138-4

Mobil +41 / 79 / 77 82 335

e-mail: agentur@tscherner.ch

Internet: www.tscherner.ch

Spain

Exclusivas J V F

José Mª Vilajoana Font

Sardenya, 466-468 1°-2°

E-08025 Barcelona

Tel. +34 / 93 / 450 23 84

Fax +34 / 93 / 450 23 91

e-mail: exjvf@telefonica.net

Turkey

Ulpasan Uluslararasi Mobilya Aks.

Paz. San. ve Tic. Ltd. Sti.

Ortabahçe Cad. No. 22/35-36

80690 Besiktas-Istanbul

Tel. +90 / 212 / 227 8220

Fax +90 / 212 / 261 0095

e-mail: ulpasan@ulpasan.com

Internet: www.ulpasan.com

Ukraine

“Mebel-bud” Ltd.

Ul. Alma - atinskaja 2/1

02092 Kiev

Tel.: +380 / 44 / 573 44 96

Fax: +380 / 44 / 573 44 96

e-mail: mebelbud@ukr.net

Cyprus

Petoussis Bros. Ltd.

25, Pafos Str.

P.O.BOX 53564

3303 Limassol, Cyprus

Tel. +357 / 25 / 572 777

Fax +357 / 25 / 577 723

e-mail: info@petoussis.com

Australia and New Zealand

Australia

Tekform Marketing Pty Ltd.

Unit 4, 110 Bonds Rd., North

Punchbowl, NSW 2196

Tel. +61 / 2 / 958 42 844

Fax +61 / 2 / 953 41 937

e-mail: sales@tekform.com.au

Western Australia

Biemel Enterprises Pty Ltd.

Unit 5, 2 Wittenberg Drive

P.O.Box 1126, Canning Vale, WA 6155

Tel. +61 / 9 / 455 21 22

Fax +61 / 9 / 455 36 80

e-mail: erwin@biemels.com.au

New Zealand

Scott Panel & Hardware Ltd.

24-26 O’Rorke Road

Penrose / Auckland / New Zealand

Tel. +64 / 9 / 571 4444

Fax +64 / 9 / 571 4490

e-mail: contact@scottpanel.co.nz

Internet: www.scottpanel.co.nz

Asia

Arabic Gulf Countries

Hands Trading LLC

Al Ghaith Building, Showroom No. 2

Abu Dhabi Road, P.O. Box 11873

Dubai/U.A.E.

Tel. +971 / 4 / 338 87 35

Fax +971 / 4 / 338 87 63

e-mail: hands@emirates.net.ae

Hong Kong

Ming Tat Hong

Hardware Supplier Co., Ltd.

Room 03, 6/F., Kinglet Industrial Building

21-23 Shing Wan Road, Tai Wai, Shatin

New Territories, Hong Kong

Tel. +852 / 2392 / 0602, 2387

Fax +852 / 2789 / 0752

e-mail: mth@hkstar.com

India

Mark Joint Venture Impex Pvt.Ltd.

18, Nutan Jaybharat,

K.G. Marg, Near Silver Apartments

Prabhadevi, Mumbai 400 050

Tel. +91 / 22 / 648 8553, 646 0100

Fax +91 / 22 / 605 2099

e-mail: jvimpx@bom5.vsnl.net.in

Iranian

Noor-saqeb Investment & Commercial Co. 3rd

floor No. 14, Ershad Bldg., Farhad Alley, Khoramshahr

Ave.,

Thran - Iran

Tel. : +98 / 21 / 8500372, 8500373, 8500373

Fax : +98 / 21 / 876 98 79

e-mail: nicc@yanoor.com

Japan

Häfele Japan K. K.

14-17 Kami-Shinano

Totsuka-ku, Yokohama 244-0806

Tel.: +81 / 45 / 828 31-11

Fax: +81 / 45 / 828 31-10

e-mail: info@hafele.co.jp

Korea

Yurim Trading Co., Ltd.

#214-30, 3GA Taepyong-Ro

Jung-Ku, Taegu

Korea 700-113

Tel. +82 / 53 / 252 33 45

Fax +82 / 53 / 252 16 23

e-mail: yurim@chollian.net

Internet: www.yu-rim.com

Lebanon

Allied Trading Est.

Joseph Doumit

Riad El Solh Beirut 1107 2070

P. O. Box: 11-1189

Beirut, Lebanon

Tel. +961 / 1 / 987 086, 983 394

Mobil: +961 / 3 / 668 575

Fax: +961 / 1 / 983 882, 987 086

e-mail: doumajn@cyberia.net.lb

Malaysia, Singapur

Inter-Oriental (Thomas Lai)

Asia Parcific Pte. Ltd.

10 Admiralty Street

#06-1 North Link Building

Singnapore 757695

Tel. +65 / 6752 8488

Fax +65 / 6752 8478

e-mail: info@iotl.com.sg

Philippines

Haefele Philippines Inc.

103 Central Business Park

A. Rodriguez Avenue

Managgahan, Pasig City

Tel. +632 / 681 / 53 15

Fax +632 / 681 / 12 14

e-mail: info@haefele.ph

Internet: www.haefele.co.ph

Syria

M. RIAD KANNOUS

Manakhlia Str.

P.O.Box 36587, Damascus

Tel. +963 / 11 / 224 6393

Fax +963 / 11 / 211 3112

Taiwan

Song Shiang Enterprise Co., Ltd.

No. 275 Section 3 Huan Her South Rd.

Taipei Taiwan

Tel. +886 / 2 / 230 183 93

Fax +886 / 2/ 230 183 92

e-mail: lanshih@ms3.hinet.net

Thailand

UFAM Decorations Co., Ltd.

129 Prachanarumit Road

Bangsue, Bangkok 10800

Tel. +66 / 2 / 911 28 01

Fax +66 / 2 / 911 47 86

e-mail: info@haefele.co.th

Internet: www.haefele.co.th

Africa

South Africa

Stücke Design & Technique CC

P.O.Box 9059, Edleen

84 Loper Street, Spartan Ext. 2, Aeroport

Guateng / South Africa

Tel. +27 / 11 / 392 53 06, 392 53 07


The star in your cabinet

Grass GmbH

Furniture Fittings

A-6973 Höchst

Grass Platz 1

Austria

Tel. +43 / 55 78 / 701-0

Fax +43 / 55 78 / 701-59

www.grass.at, info@grass.at

All errors and omissions excepted.

Ord. No. 92257 - 5/02 - 50 (E) - Grass Advertising

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