KFM 16-15 F manual
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www.metabo.com Made in Germany KFM 15-10 F KFMPB 15-10 F KFM 16-15 F en Operating Instructions 5 fr Mode d'emploi 13 es Instrucciones de manejo 22
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4 hmax bmax a rmax KFM 15-10 F Serial Number: 01752.. KFMPB 15-10 F Serial Number: 01755.. KFM 16-15 F Serial Number: 01753.. n min-1 (rpm) 7800 - 12200 12500 12000 P1 W 1470 1500 1550 P2 W 860 840 900 hmax(45°) in (mm) 3 /8 (10) 3 /8 (10) 19 /32 (15) hmax(30°) in (mm) 1 /2 (13) 1 /2 (13) 25 /32 (20) bmax(45°) in (mm) 9/16 (14) 9/16 (14) 13/16 (21) a ° 0 - 90° 0 - 90° 0 - 90° dmin in (mm) 2 15 /16 (75) 2 15 /16 (75) 3 15 /16 (100) m lbs (kg) 10.8 (4,9) 11.2 (5,1) 15.2 (6,9) ah/Kh m/s2 < 2,5 / 1,5 < 2,5 / 1,5 < 2,5 / 1,5 LpA/KpA dB(A) 92 / 3 91 / 3 93 / 3 LWA/KWA dB(A) 103 / 3 102 / 3 104 / 3 14. Metabowerke GmbH, Postfach 1229 Metabo-Allee 1 D-72622 Nuertingen Germany
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ENGLISH en 5 Operating Instructions The beveller is intended for the milling of edges of steel, stainless steel, aluminium and aluminium alloys in the professional sector. For processing aluminium, aluminium alloys and stainless steel, a suitable lubricant (item no.: 6.23443) must be used. This lubricant is also recommended when processing steel as it extends the tool life and the machine glides more easily over the workpiece. The user bears sole responsibility for any damage caused by inappropriate use. Generally accepted accident prevention regulations and the enclosed safety information must be observed. For your own protection and for the protection of your electrical tool, pay attention to all parts of the text that are marked with this symbol! WARNING – Reading the operating instruc- tions will reduce the risk of injury. Pass on your electrical tool only together with these documents. General Power Tool Safety Warnings WARNING – Read all safety warnings and instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. Save all warnings and instructions for future reference! The term "power tool" in the warnings refers to your mains-operated (corded) power tool or battery-operated (cordless) power tool. 2.1 Work area safety a) Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark areas invite accidents. b) Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes. c) Keep children and bystanders away while operating a power tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control. 2.2 Electrical safety a) Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never modify the plug in any way. Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk of electric shock. b) Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces, such as pipes, radiators, ranges and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is earthed or grounded. c) Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a power tool will increase the risk of electric shock. d) Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool. Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase the risk of electric shock. e) When operating a power tool outdoors, use an extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric shock. f) If operating a power tool in a damp location is unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD) protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of electric shock. 2.3 Personal safety a) Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating a power tool. Do not use a power tool while you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment of inattention while operating power tools may result in serious personal injury. b) Use personal protective equipment. Always wear eye protection. Protective equipment such as dust mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing protection used for appropriate conditions will reduce personal injuries. c) Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch is in the off-position before connecting to power source and/or battery pack, picking up or carrying the tool. Carrying power tools with your finger on the switch or energising power tools that have the switch on invites accidents. d) Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning the power tool on. A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may result in personal injury. e) Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. This enables better control of the power tool in unexpected situations. f) Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or long hair can be caught in moving parts. g) If devices are provided for the connection of dust extraction and collection facilities, ensure these are connected and properly used. Use of dust collection can reduce dust-related hazards. 2.4 Power tool use and care a) Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power tool for your application. The correct power tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was designed. 1. Specified Use 2. General Safety Instructions
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ENGLISH en 6 b) Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired. c) Disconnect the plug from the power source and/or the battery pack from the power tool before making any adjustments, changing accessories, or storing power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk of starting the power tool accidentally. d) Store idle power tools out of the reach of children and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power tool or these instructions to operate the power tool. Power tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained users. e) Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and any other condition that may affect the power tool's operation. If damaged, have the power tool repaired before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools. f) Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are less likely to bind and are easier to control. g) Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc. in accordance with these instructions, taking into account the working conditions and the work to be performed. Use of the power tool for operations different from those intended could result in a hazardous situation. 2.5 Battery tool use and care a) Recharge only with the charger specified by the manufacturer. A charger that is suitable for one type of battery pack may create a risk of fire when used with another battery pack. b) Use power tools only with specifically designated battery packs. Use of any other battery packs may create a risk of injury and fire. c) When battery pack is not in use, keep it away from other metal objects, like paper clips, coins, keys, nails, screws or other small metal objects, that can make a connection from one terminal to another. Shorting the battery terminals together may cause burns or a fire. d) Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected from the battery; avoid contact. If contact accidentally occurs, flush with water. If liquid contacts eyes, additionally seek medical help. Liquid ejected from the battery may cause irritation or burns. 2.6 Service a) Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair person using only identical replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained. a) Do not use accessories that are not specifically designed and recommended for this power tool by the manufacturer. Just because the accessory can be attached to your power tool, it does not assure safe operation. b) Do not use damaged power tools. Before use, check the indexable inserts for chipping, cracks or signs of severe wear and tear. If a power tool or accessory is dropped, inspect for damage or install an undamaged accessory. c) Wear personal protective equipment. Use a face shield, safety goggles or safety goggles depending on the application. As appropriate, wear a dust mask, hearing protectors, gloves and a workshop apron capable of stopping small abrasive or workpiece fragments. The eye protection must be capable of stopping flying debris generated by various operations. The dust mask or respirator must be capable of filtering particles generated by your operation. Prolonged exposure to high intensity noise may cause hearing loss. d) Keep bystanders a safe distance away from work area. Anyone entering the work area must wear personal protective equipment. Fragments of a workpiece or broken accessory may fly away and cause injury beyond the immediate area of operation. e) Always hold the tool firmly in your hands during the start-up. The reaction torque of the motor as it accelerates to full speed can cause the tool to twist. f) Use clamps or another practical way to secure and support the workpiece to a staple plattform. Holding the work by your hand or against the body leaves it unstable and may lead to loss of control. g) Never lay the power tool down until the accessory has come to a complete stop. The rotating accessory may grab the surface and pull the power tool out of your control. h) Do not run the power tool while carrying it at your side. Accidental contact with the rotating accessory could snag your clothing, pulling the accessory into your body. i) Regularly clean the power tool’s air vents. The motor’s fan will draw the dust inside the housing and excessive accumulation of powdered metal may cause electrical hazards. j) Do not operate the power tool near flammable materials. Sparks and hot chips can ignite these materials. k) Do not use accessories that require liquid coolants. Using water or other liquid coolants may result in electrocution or shock. 3.1 Kickback and related warnings Kickback is the sudden response to an accessory pinching or jamming while rotating. Pinching or snagging causes rapid stalling of the rotating accessory. This causes the uncontrolled power tool to be forced in the direction opposite of the accessory’s rotation at the point of the binding. For example, if an indexable insert is snagged or pinched by the workpiece, the edge of the insert that is entering into the pinch point can dig into the 3. Special Safety Instructions
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ENGLISH en 7 surface of the material causing the insert to climb out or kick out. The indexable insert may either jump towards or away from the operator depending on direction of the indexable insert holder at the point of pinching. Indexable inserts may also break under these conditions. Kickback is the result of power tool misuse and/or incorrect operating procedures or conditions. It can be prevented if suitable precautionary measures are taken as described below. a) Maintain a firm grip on the power tool and position your body and arm to allow you to resist kickback forces. The operator can control kickback forces if proper precautions are taken. b) Use special care when working in corners, on sharp edges etc. Avoid bouncing and snagging the accessory. Corners, sharp edges or bouncing have a tendency to snag the rotating accessory and cause loss of control or kickback. c) Always feed the accessory into the material in the same direction as the cutting edge is exiting from the material (which is the same direction as the chips are thrown). Feeding the power tool in the wrong direction causes the cutting edge of the accessory to move out of the workpiece and pull the tool in the direction of this feed. d) Prevent any jamming of the indexing insert or excessive pressure. Do not set the chamfer height greater than the permitted maximum. Overstressing the indexable insert increases the loading and susceptibility to twisting or binding of the indexable insert in the cut and the possibility of kickback or breakage of the indexable insert. e) Do not position your hand in line with and behind the indexable insert. When the indexable insert is moving away from your body at the point of operation, the possible kickback may propel the rotating indexable insert and the power tool directly at you. f) Turn/replace blunt indexable inserts or inserts where the coating is worn in due time. Blunt indexable inserts increase the risk of the machine getting jammed and breaking. 3.2 Additional safety instructions: Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces, because the cutter may contact its own cord. Cutting a “live” wire may make exposed metal parts of the power tool “live” and shock the operator. Keep the work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark areas invite accidents. WARNING – Always wear protective goggles. Wear ear protectors. Pull the plug out of the socket before making any adjustments, changing tools, carrying out maintenance or cleaning. Wear suitable work clothes. Ensure that nobody gets injured by catapulted foreign bodies. Keep persons nearby and pets at a safe distance to the device. Keep away hair, loose clothing, fingers and other body parts. They can get caught and sucked in. Use a hair net for long hair. Warning of rotating tools Always wear protective goggles, gloves and sturdy shoes when working with this tool. Danger of injury from sharp edges. Wear protective gloves. Indexable inserts, holders for indexable inserts, the workpiece and chips can be hot after work. Wear protective gloves. A damaged or cracked additional handle must be replaced. Never operate the machine with a defective additional handle. Pull the plug out of the socket before making any adjustments, changing tools, carrying out maintenance or cleaning. Use of a fixed extractor system is recommended. Always install an RCD (GFCI) with a maximum trip current of 30 mA upstream. When the machine is shut down by the RCD (GFCI), it must be checked and cleaned. See chapter 9. Cleaning. Wear ear protectors when working for long periods of time. High noise levels over a prolonged period of time may damage your hearing. Use only sharp, undamaged indexable inserts. The workpiece must lay flat and be secured against slipping, e.g. using clamps. Large workpieces must be sufficiently supported. Ensure that sparks produced during work do not constitute a risk to the user or others and are not able to ignite flammable substances. Areas at risk must be protected with flame-resistant covers. Always keep a fire extinguisher on hand when working in areas prone to fire risk. Always hold the machine with both hands on the designated handles, take a secure stance and concentrate on the work. Keep your hands away from the milling area and from the tool. Do not touch the rotating accessory! Remove chips and similar material only with the machine at a standstill. Pull the mains plug out of the socket. Damaged, eccentric or vibrating tools must not be used. Do not work overhead. Never use an incomplete tool or one on which an unauthorised modification has been made.
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ENGLISH en 8 Additional Warnings:California Prop 65 08_2018 Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are: • Lead from lead-based paints, • Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products, and • Arsenic and chromium from chemicallytreated lumber. Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals: work in a well ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles. 3.3 Symbols on the tool ...........Class II Construction V...............volts A...............amperes Hz.............hertz W..............watts ~ ..............alternating current rpm......... revolutions per minute .../min ..... revolutions per minute n ............. rated speed See pages 2 and 3. 1 Bow handle 2 Locking discs 3 Thumb screws 4 Threaded holes on gear housing 5 Side handle * 6 Scale (chamfer height) 7 Adjusting ring (chamfer height) 8 Clamping screws on scale ring 9 Scale ring (chamfer height) 10 Speed adjustment wheel * 11 Electronic signal indicator * 12 Handle 13 Chip protection plate screws 14 Chip protection plates 15 Guide rail 16 Arrow = prescribed working direction 17 Scale (chamfer angle) 18 Screws (chamfer angle) 19 Indexable insert holder / milling head 20 Indexable insert 21 Fastening screw for indexable insert 22 Slide switch * 23 Paddle switch * 24 Lock * 25 Trigger* 26 Guide roller 27 Scale (pipe diameter) *equipment-specific Before commissioning, check that the rated mains voltage and mains frequency, as stated on the type plate match your power supply. Always install an RCD (GFCI) with a maximum trip current of 30 mA upstream. 5.1 Attaching the additional handle Only work with attached bow handle (1) or side handle (5) (depending on equipment)! Attach the handle as shown (see page 2, Fig. A). Attach bow handle (1) - Fit locking discs (2) to the left and right of the handle (1). - Move the handle (1) with the locking discs (2) from the front to the gear housing. - Insert the thumb screws (3) to the left and right of the handle (1) and turn gently. - Adjust the handle (1) to the required angle. - Firmly tighten the thumb screws (3) to the left and right manually. Attach side handle (5) (depending on equipment, only for KFM 15-10 F, KFMPB 15-10 F): When milling edges of small angles (setting < 30°) depending on the working conditions it may be advantageous to use the side handle (5) rather than the bow handle (1). For larger angles, always use the bow handle (1) so that you can hold the machine securely. - Attach the side handle (5) on the right or left side of the machine and secure. Pull the plug out of the socket before making any adjustments, changing tools, carrying out maintenance or cleaning. Indexable inserts, holders for indexable inserts, the workpiece and chips can be hot after work. Wear protective gloves. Danger of crushing! Wear protective gloves. 6.1 Setting the chamfer angle 1. Read the set angle on the scale (17). 2. Loosen the screws (13) and slide both chip protection plates (14) (on the left and right of the machine) upwards. 3. Loosen the screws (18) (front and back) and set the chamfer angle to the desired angle by turning the guide rail (15). Read the set chamfer angle on the scale (17). 4. Firmly tighten the screws (18) (front and back). 5. Slide both chip protection plates (14) (on the left and right of the machine) all the way down. Tighten the screws (13) (on the left and right of the machine). 6. Changing the chamfer angle also changes the chamfer height (due to the design). Therefore, 4. Overview WARNING 5. Commissioning 6. Setting
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ENGLISH en 9 also set the chamfer height again every time you adjust the chamfer angle. See chapter 6.2 6.2 Setting the chamfer height Set the chamfer angle first: 1. First check that the desired chamfer angle is set: read the set chamfer angle on the scale (17). Adjust if necessary. See chapter 6.1 Determining the setting value: Note: always produce large chamfer heights in several milling operations (at least 3). Hard materials require more milling operations. This has the following advantages: a higher indexable insert service life, work results with a higher surface quality, more pleasant working conditions. Do not exceed the "maximum chamfer height per milling operation" specified below. KFM 15...(at 45°): 1st milling operation: max. 6 mm 2nd +3rd milling operation: max. 2 mm KFM 16...:(at 45°) 1st milling operation: max. 9 mm 2nd +3rd milling operation: max. 3 mm Do not exceed the maximum permitted chamfer height (hmax) (see the Technical Specifications chapter). It is recommended that very little material is removed during the last milling operation to ensure an optimum surface quality. 2. Select the diagram that applies to your machine (see back). 3. Select the line that applies to the set chamfer angle (see back). 4. Example for a chamfer angle of 45° and a desired chamfer height of 3 mm (see figure below). Result: setting value = 2.0. Select the chamfer height that you want to set on the Y-axis. Draw a horizontal line to the intersection with the line. Draw a vertical line from this intersection to the X-axis. Read the value on the X-axis. You must now set this "X" value as follows on the machine. Note: The diagram is based on sharp-edged workpieces. For workpieces with rounded edges, the milling height must be taken into account during setting. Setting the chamfer height: 5. Pull the adjusting ring (7) upwards and turn it so that the "X" value from the diagram is set on the scale (9). See figure (below): set "X" value = 2.0. (One revolution corresponds to "X"=3. For large X values: perform several revolutions. The scale (6) is used for rough orientation during the setting process). 6. Carry out a trial cut. 7. Proceed as follows if the chamfer height should be set very accurately for the last milling operation: Carry out a trial cut. Measure the cut chamfer height and adjust it by one scale mark if necessary by turning the adjusting ring (7): clockwise rotation = larger chamfer height. Anticlockwise rotation = lower chamfer height. Carry out another trial cut. Repeat this step if necessary. 7.1 Switching on and off Always guide the machine with both hands. Switch on first, then guide the accessory towards the workpiece. Avoid inadvertent starts: always switch the tool off when the plug is removed from the mains socket or if there has been a power cut. In continuous operation, the machine continues running if it is forced out of your hands. Therefore, always hold the machine with both hands using the handles provided, stand securely and concentrate. Avoid the machine swirling up or taking in dust and chips. After switching off the machine, only place it down when the motor has come to a standstill. 0 3 2,0 0 , 1 0 X Y h (mm) a = 45° 7. Use 6 8 1. 2. 8 5
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ENGLISH en 10 KFM 15-10 F (see page 3, Fig. B): Switching on: push the sliding switch (22) forwards. For continuous operation, now tilt it downwards until it engages. Switching off: press the rear end of the slide switch (22) and release it. KFMPB 15-10 F (see page 3, Fig. B): Switching on: slide the paddle switch (23) in the direction of the arrow and then press the paddle switch (23). Switching off: release the paddle switch (23). KFM 16-15 F (see page 3, Fig. B): Torque activation: Switching on: press in the lock (24) and then press the trigger switch (25). Release the lock (24). Switching off: release the trigger switch (25). Continuous operation: Switching on: press in the lock (24) and hold it in place. Press and hold in the trigger switch (25). The machine is now switched on. Now press in the lock (24) once more to lock the trigger (25) (continuous operation). Switching off: press the trigger switch (25) and release. 7.2 Setting speed (KFM 15-10 F) The speed can be preset via the speed adjustment wheel (10) and is infinitely variable. Positions 1-6 correspond approximately to the following no-load speeds: 1 ........ 7800 / min 4....... 10200 / min 2 ........ 8600 / min 5....... 11100 / min 3 ........ 9400 / min 6....... 12200 / min The VTC electronics make material-compatible work possible and an almost constant speed, even under load. Speed recommendations for different materials: Aluminium, copper, brass.............................. 4-6 Steel up to 58.015 psi ................................... 4-6 Steel up to 87.022 psi ................................... 3-5 Steel up to 130.534 psi ................................. 2-4 Stainless steel ............................................... 1-3 The best way to determine the ideal setting is through a practical trial. 7.3 General working instructions 1. Check the indexable inserts (20). Change damaged or worn indexable inserts. 2. Fix workpiece without vibrations using clamping devices. 3. Pay attention to chapter 7.4 when working on pipes. 4. Set the chamfer angle (see chapter 6.1). 5. Set the chamfer height (see chapter 6.2). 6. Always hold the machine with both hands on the designated handles, take a secure stance and concentrate on the work. 7. The indexable inserts (20) do not touch the workpiece. First switch on, then place the machine with the guide rail (15) onto the workpiece and only then put the tool close to the workpiece. 8. Slide the machine only in the direction specified by an arrow on the machine (16). Slide the machine only in the direction of the arrow (16). Otherwise there is the risk of kickback. Guide the machine evenly at a speed suitable for the material being processed. Do not tilt, apply excessive force or sway from side to side. 9. Guide the machine in such a way that the guide rail (15) is in contact with the workpiece. 10.Finishing the work: remove the tool from the workpiece, switch off machine. Let motor come to a stop, put down machine. 7.4 Working on the outer edge of pipes 1. Determine the diameter of the pipe to be worked on. 2. See page 3, Fig. C: attach the guide roller (26) to the guide rail (15) as shown. Move the guide roller (26) and adjust on the scale (27) on the pipe diameter. Tighten the guide roller nut with a spanner and thus tighten the guide roller. 3. Pay attention to the general working instructions (chapter 7.3). 4. Always hold the machine with both hands on the designated handles, take a secure stance and concentrate on the work. 5. Place the machine with the guide roller (26) on the outer surface of the pipe. Then place the guide rail on the surface of the pipe end. 6. The indexable inserts (20) do not yet touch the workpiece. First switch on, then slowly tilt the machine around the guide roller (26) to move the milling head close to the workpiece. 7. Pay attention to the general working instructions (chapter 7.3). 7.5 KFM 16-15 F: Possibility for rotating the guide rail (15) The guide rail (15) of the KFM 16-15 is installed transversely. This permits better absorption of high forces and permits low-fatigue working for most tasks. If you prefer to install the guide rail (15) in a longitudinal manner, the Metabo customer service will provide you with conversion instructions on request. 8.1 Changing indexable inserts Pull the plug out of the socket before making any adjustments, changing tools, carrying out maintenance or cleaning. Indexable inserts, holders for indexable inserts, the workpiece and chips can be hot after work. Wear protective gloves. 8. Maintenance
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ENGLISH en 11 Regularly check the indexable insert holder (19). Repair/replace damaged or worn holders for the indexable inserts. Regularly check all indexable inserts (20). Change damaged or worn indexable inserts. Turn/replace blunt indexable inserts or inserts where the coating is worn in due time. Blunt indexable inserts increase the risk that the machine will catch and breaks loose or that the indexable insert plate holder (19) is damaged. Do not use heavily worn or defective indexable insert plates. Always turn or replace all indexable inserts. Use only indexable inserts approved by Metabo. See the Accessories Section. Figure A: Normal wear: turn / replace indexable insert. Figure B: Wear after working on hard materials: turn / replace turning plate. In the event of heavier wear, do not use the indexable insert plate and instead replace. 1. Loosen the screws (13) and slide one chip protection plate (14) upwards. 2. Turn the indexable insert holder (19) manually if necessary. 3. Unscrew the fastening screw (21) and remove the indexable insert (20). 4. Clean indexable insert (20) and clamping surfaces on the indexable insert holder (19). 5. Turn the indexable insert or, if all blades are blunt, replace the indexable inserts. 6. Fix again the indexable insert (20) with a fastening screw (21). Torque: 3.5 Nm. 7. Slide the chip protection plate (14) all the way down. Tighten the screws (13). Note: Causes for indexable inserts with broken corners or, in extreme cases, for broken indexable inserts, can include: - Impacts on the indexable insert due to incorrect use: See chapter 7.3. - Workpiece vibrations: Fix workpiece without vibrations using clamping devices. - Indexable insert not correctly fastened: Always clean clamping surfaces and note torque. - Indexable insert not correctly fastened: Strongly worn Indexable inserts do not have sufficient contact surfaces and therefore may not be fastened sufficiently. Replace the strongly worn indexable inserts. Pull the mains plug out of the socket. Chips and particles can deposit at the milling head (19). This can lead to blockage of the milling head. Regularly clean the milling head and its surroundings and remove chips and particles. It is possible that particles deposit inside the power tool during operation. This impairs the cooling of the power tool. Conductive build-up can impair the protective insulation of the power tool and cause electrical hazards. The power tool should be cleaned regularly, often and thoroughly through all front and rear air vents using a vacuum cleaner. Prior to this operation, separate the power tool from the power source and wear protective goggles and a dust mask. KFM 15-10 F, KFMPB 15-10 F: The electronic signal indicator (11) lights up and the load speed decreases. There is too much load on the machine! Run the machine in idling until the electronic signal indicator switches off. -The machine does not start. The electronic signal indicator (11) flashes (depending on the model). The restart protection is active. If the mains plug is inserted with the machine switched on or if the power supply is restored following an interruption, the machine does not start up. Switch the machine off and on again. KFM 16-15 F: - Restart protection: if the mains plug is inserted with the machine switched on or if the power supply is restored following an interruption, the machine does not start up. Switch the machine off and on again. - Overload protection: there is a reduction in load speed. The coil temperature is too high! Allow the machine to run at idle speed until it has cooled down. - Switching on the machine briefly reduces the voltage. Unfavourable mains power conditions may have a detrimental effect on other machines. Power impedances less than 0.4 ohm should not cause malfunctions. Use only genuine Metabo accessories. Use only accessories that fulfil the requirements and specifications listed in these operating instructions. A B 9. Cleaning 10. Troubleshooting 11. Accessories
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ENGLISH en 12 Fit accessories securely. If the machine is operated in a holder: secure the machine well. Loss of control can cause personal injury. A 10 HM universal inserts..................... 6.23564 B Fastening screw for inserts ............... 6.23566 C Cooling lubrication stick .................... 6.23443 For a complete range of accessories, see www.metabo.com or the catalogue. Repairs to power tools must only be carried out by qualified electricians! Contact your local Metabo representative if you have Metabo power tools requiring repairs. See www.metabo.com for addresses. You can download a list of spare parts from www.metabo.com. Observe national regulations on environmentally compatible disposal and on the recycling of disused tools, packaging and accessories. Explanatory notes regarding the specifications on page 4. Subject to change in accordance with technical progress. n =No-load speed (maximum speed) P1 =Rated input power P2 =Power output hmax =Max. chamfer height bmax =Max. chamfer width a = Chamfer angle dmin =Minimum pipe diameter m =Weight without mains cable The technical specifications quoted are subject to tolerances (in compliance with the relevant valid standards). Emission values These values make it possible to assess the emissions from the power tool and to compare different power tools. The actual load may be higher or lower depending on the operating conditions, the condition of the power tool or the accessories. Please allow for breaks and periods when the load is lower for assessment purposes. Arrange protective measures for the user, such as organisational measures based on the adjusted estimates. Vibration total value (vector sum of three directions) determined in accordance with EN 60745: ah, SG =Vibration emission value Kh,SG =Uncertainty (vibration) Typical A-weighted sound levels: LpA =Sound pressure level LWA =Acoustic power level KpA, KWA=Uncertainty The noise level can exceed 80 dB(A) during operation. Wear ear protectors! Electromagnetic disturbances: In individual cases, the speed may fluctuate temporarily if the machine is exposed to extreme external electromagnetic disturbances or the electronic restart protection may respond. In this case, switch the machine off and on again. 12. Repairs 13. Environmental Protection 14. Technical Specifications
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Metabowerke GmbH Metabo-Allee 1 72622 Nuertingen Germany www.metabo.com 170 27 4040 - 1219 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 0,0 1,0 2,0 3,0 4,0 5,0 6,0 h / mm x / mm (One-Touch-Controller) KFM 15-10 F / KFMPB 15-10 F a = 15° a = 75° a = 30° a = 45° a = 60° 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 0,00 1,00 2,00 3,00 4,00 5,00 6,00 7,00 8,00 9,00 10,00 h / mm x / mm (One-Touch-Controller) KFM 16-15 F a = 15° a = 45° a = 75° a = 30° a = 60°
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