Ready to start using your new RileyCure Table Top Conveyor Dryer? First, you'll need to assemble it. These comprehensive instructions provide step-by-step guidance on assembling and setting up your new conveyor, so you can get back to printing. Follow the steps and watch the video to get started.
Locate the four painted Conveyor Rails from BOX 1 and the four rubber Bumper/Feet from BOX 2. Thread each Bumper foot into the threaded insert in each of the rails. Locate the two unpainted Splice Channels from BOX 1.
Using twelve of the 5/16” x .75L black hex bolts from BOX 2, assemble the two Conveyor Rail assemblies by attaching the Conveyor Rail pieces with the Splice Channel, so that the Bumper/Feet face the same direction for each rail assembly.
Locate the Drive Roller Assy from BOX 1. The Drive Roller Assy has the sprocket attached. Using four 5/16 x .75 Hex Bolts, attach the Drive Roller Assy to the Conveyor Rail assemblies on the end
with the Motor Mounting Cutout. Attach the sprocket side to the rail with the Grommet installed. Note: the roller drum side out.
Locate the Takeup Roller Assy in BOX 1. Using four 5/16 x .75 Hex Bolts, attach the Takeup Roller Assy to assembled Conveyor Rail aligning its TruTrack™ Belt guide with the guide on the Drive Roller Assy. Note roller drum side out. Tighten the bolts only finger tight. (The position of this roller will be adjusted later in these instructions.)
Locate the Drive Gearmotor from BOX 3 and the four #10-32 x ½” Machine Screws from BOX 2. Mount the Drive Gearmotor through the mounting slots on the Conveyor Drive Rail with the Sprocket side toward the roller, as shown in the figure.
Thread the four #10-32 Machine Screws into the threaded bosses in the Gearmotor. Do not fully tighten. Slide the Gearmotor in the slots towards the Conveyor Drive Roller.
Locate the Roller Chain from BOX 2. Seat the Chain around both sprockets. Slide the Gearmotor to remove most of the slack from the chain. Allow a small about of slack in the chain per the figure. A tight chain will have a reduced life. Tighten the four Machine Screws.
Locate the Chain Cover and two #6 x 3/8” Sheet Metal Screws from BOX 2. Fit the Chain Cover over the sprockets and chain. Secure with the two Sheet Metal Screws into the pilot holes in the top and bottom of the Conveyor Rail. Insert the Gearmotor cord through the grommet in the Conveyor Rail.
Locate the two Floor Pans from BOX 2. Place the first Floor Pan on the lower flanges of the Splice Channel of the Conveyor Rail assembly with the flanges down and towards the Rollers. Center the Floor Pan between the Conveyor Rails.
Insert the second Floor Pan (flanges down) between the upper flange of the Splice Channel and the flange of the Conveyor Rail assembly. Center the Floor Pan between the Conveyor Rails.
Locate the Conveyor Belt from BOX 3. Locate and remove the pin from the teeth at one of the ends of the Conveyor Belt. Do not discard or bend the pin. Route the Conveyor Belt around both Conveyor Rollers atop both Floor Pans with the rubber Trutrak™ edge guide aligned with the guide slots in the Rollers.
Mesh the teeth of the alligator splice. Check to see that the edges of the Belt are best aligned then reinsert the pin per figure. A pair of pliers may be needed to fully reinsert the pin. Remove much of the slack from the Conveyor Belt by pulling the Takeup Roller Assy by hand, then tighten the 5/16” Hex Bolts. The Conveyor Belt only needs to be tight enough so as not to slip while in use. Over tightening the Conveyor Belt may lead to reduced life.
Locate the Routing Clip from BOX 2. Wrap the Clip around the Gearmotor cord and insert it into the ¼” hole in the Conveyor Drive Motor Rail.
Locate the unpainted Inner Chamber sheet metal parts from BOX 2. Using eight #6 x 3/8” Sheet Metal Screws from BOX 2, attach the two Entry/Exit panels to one of the Inner Side Panels. Note the direction of Heater Support Rails and part flanges of the Side Panel per figure.
Attach the remaining Side Panel to the other side of the Entry/Exit Panels using eight additional #6 Sheet Metal Screws. Note that the Dryer Chamber is not fastened to the Conveyor.
Locate the Outer Side Panel in BOX 2. This part is without a label. Locate the Control Panel Assy from BOX 3. Using four 5/16 x ¾” Hex Bolts, attach the Control Panel to the Side Panel.
Install the Control Panel/Side Panel assembled from the previous page to the Inner Chamber Assembly by sliding it over the Inner Side Panel from above, the Gearmotor side. Locate the other labeled Outer Side Panel from BOX 2. Slide Panel over other Inner Side Panel. Attach the Side Panels using eight #6 Sheet Metal Screws.
Locate the two Chamber End Caps from BOX 2. Rotate the partially assembled chamber onto its end as shown in the figure. 44. Insert one of the End Caps between the two Side Panels with the longest flange to the underside of the chamber.
Align the holes with the Inner Entry/Exit and attach the panel using two #6 Sheet Metal Screws. Repeat this assembly procedure with the remaining End Cap on the reverse side of the chamber.
Locate the Heater Assy from BOX 3. Insert the Heater Assy fitting its angled flanges over the Heater Support Brackets with the terminal blocks on the Control Panel side of the Chamber. The fit may be tight. Insert with the leading end of Heater Assy.
Insert the plug connector of the Heater Assy through the grommet in the Inner Side Panel. Connect the plug to the receptacle connector of the Control Panel.
Locate the Inner Chamber Cover from BOX 2. Using six #6 x 3/8” Sheet Metal Screws, attach the Cover over the assembled Inner Chamber.
Locate the 4” Duct Start Collar from BOX 2. Insert the tabs of the Start collar into the hole in the Inner Chamber Cover and bend up to secure. Locate the Chamber Cover from BOX 2. Using eight #6 x 3/8” Sheet Metal Screws, attach the Cover.
Locate the two Chamber Curtains. Mount them on the Entry and Exit of the Heating Chamber at the desired height.