Brother KE-434B Instruction manual

KE-434B
KE-435B
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Please read this manual before using the machine.
Please keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference.
ELECTRONIC LOCKSTITCH PATTERN TACKER
ELECTRONIC LOCKSTITCH PATTERN TACKER WITH STEPPING FOOT
Thank you very much for buying a BROTHER sewing machine. Before using your new machine, please read the safety instructions below and the explanations given in the instruction manual.
With industrial sewing machines, it is normal to carry out work while positioned directly in front of moving parts such as the
needle and thread take-up lever, and consequently there is always a danger of injury that can be caused by these parts. Follow
the instructions from training personnel and instructors regarding safe and correct operation before operating the machine so
that you will know how to use it correctly.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Safety indications and their meanings
This instruction manual and the indications and symbols that are used on the machine itself are provided in order to ensure safe
operation of this machine and to prevent accidents and injury to yourself or other people.
The meanings of these indications and symbols are given below.
Indications
DANGER
The instructions which follow this term indicate situations where failure to follow the instructions
will almost certainly result in death or severe injury.
CAUTION
The instructions which follow this term indicate situations where failure to follow the instructions could cause injury when using the machine or physical damage to equipment and surroundings.
Symbols
................ This symbol (
) indicates something that you should be careful of. The picture inside the triangle indicates the nature of the caution that must be taken.
(For example, the symbol at left means “beware of injury”.)
................ This symbol (
) indicates something that you must not do.
................ This symbol (
) indicates something that you must do. The picture inside the circle indicates the nature
of the thing that must be done.
(For example, the symbol at left means “you must make the ground connection”.)
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2. Notes on safety
DANGER
Wait at least 5 minutes after turning off the power switch and disconnecting the power cord from the wall outlet before
opening the face plate of the control box. Touching areas where high voltages are present can result in severe injury.
CAUTION
Environmental requirements
Use the sewing machine in an area which is free from
sources of strong electrical noise such as highfrequency welders.
Sources of strong electrical noise may cause problems with correct operation.
Any fluctuations in the power supply voltage should
be within ±10% of the rated voltage for the machine.
Voltage fluctuations which are greater than this may
cause problems with correct operation.
The power supply capacity should be greater than the
requirements for the sewing machine’s electrical
consumption.
Insufficient power supply capacity may cause problems with correct operation.
The pneumatic delivery capability should be greater
than the requirements for the sewing machine’s total
air consumption.
Insufficient pneumatic delivery capability may cause
problems with correct operation.
The ambient temperature should be within the range
of 5°C to 35°C during use.
Temperatures which are lower or higher than this may
cause problems with correct operation.
The relative humidity should be within the range of 45%
to 85% during use, and no dew formation should occur
in any devices.
Excessively dry or humid environments and dew formation may cause problems with correct operation.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight during use.
Exposure to direct sunlight may cause problems with
correct operation.
In the event of an electrical storm, turn off the power
and disconnect the power cord from the wall outlet.
Lightning may cause problems with correct operation.
Installation
Machine installation should only be carried out by a
qualified technician.
Contact your Brother dealer or a qualified electrician
for any electrical work that may need to be done.
All cords should be secured at least 25 mm away from
any moving parts. Furthermore, do not excessively
bend the cords or secure them too firmly with staples,
otherwise there is the danger that fire or electric shocks
could occur.
The sewing machine weighs more than 56 kg. The
installation should be carried out by two or more people.
Install the belt covers to the machine head and motor.
Do not connect the power cord until installation is
complete, otherwise the machine may operate if the
foot switch is depressed by mistake, which could result
in injury.
If using a work table which has casters, the casters
should be secured in such a way so that they cannot
move.
Hold the machine head with both hands when tilting it
back or returning it to its original position.
Furthmore, after tilting back the machine head, do not
push the face plate side or the pulley side from above,
as this could cause the machine head to topple over,
which may result in personal injury or damage to the
machine.
Be sure to connect the ground. If the ground connection is not secure, you run a high risk of receiving a
serious electric shock, and problems with correct
operation may also occur.
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Be sure to wear protective goggles and gloves when
handling the lubricating oil and grease, so that they do
not get into your eyes or onto your skin, otherwise inflammation can result.
Furthermore, do not drink the oil or eat the grease under any circumstances, as they can cause vomiting
and diarrhoea.
Keep the oil out of the reach of children.
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CAUTION
Sewing
This sewing machine should only be used by operators who have received the necessary training in safe
use beforehand.
If using a work table which has casters, the casters
should be secured in such a way so that they cannot
move.
The sewing machine should not be used for any
applications other than sewing.
Attach all safety devices before using the sewing
machine. If the machine is used without these devices
attached, injury may result.
Be sure to wear protective goggles when using the
machine.
If goggles are not worn, there is the danger that if a
needle breaks, parts of the broken needle may enter
your eyes and injury may result.
Set the needle to the needle up stop position before
turning off the power.
If this is not done, the wiper may strike the needle,
which might cause the needle to break.
Turn off the power switch at the following times,
otherwise the machine may operate if the foot switch
is depressed by mistake, which could result in injury.
• When threading the needle
• When replacing the needle and bobbin
• When not using the machine and when leaving the
machine unattended
Do not touch any of the moving parts or press any
objects against the machine while sewing, as this may
result in personal injury or damage to the machine.
If an error occurs in machine operation, or if abnormal
noises or smells are noticed, immediately turn off the
power switch. Then contact your nearest Brother dealer
or a qualified technician.
If the machine develops a problem, contact your
nearest Brother dealer or a qualified technician.
Cleaning
Set the needle to the needle up stop position before
turning off the power.
If this is not done, the wiper may strike the needle,
which might cause the needle to break.
Turn off the power switch before carrying out cleaning,
otherwise the machine may operate if the foot switch
is depressed by mistake, which could result in injury.
Be sure to wear protective goggles and gloves when
handling the lubricating oil and grease, so that they do
not get into your eyes or onto your skin, otherwise inflammation can result.
Furthermore, do not drink the oil or eat the grease under any circumstances, as they can cause vomiting
and diarrhoea.
Keep the oil out of the reach of children.
Maintenance and inspection
Maintenance and inspection of the sewing machine
should only be carried out by a qualified technician.
Ask your Brother dealer or a qualified electrician to
carry out any maintenance and inspection of the
electrical system.
Set the needle to the needle up step position before
turning off the power.
If this is not done, the wiper may strike the needle,
which might cause the needle to break.
Turn off the power switch and disconnect the power
cord from the wall outlet at the following times,
otherwise the machine may operate if the foot switch
is depressed by mistake, which could result in injury.
• When carrying out inspection, adjustment and maintenance
• When replacing consumable parts such as the rotary hook
Disconnect the air hoses from the air supply and wait
for the needle on the pressure gauge to drop to “0”
before carrying out inspection, adjustment and repair
of any parts which use the pneumatic equipment.
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If the power switch and air need to be left on when
carrying out some adjustment, be extremely careful to
observe all safety precautions.
Hold the machine head with both hands when tilting it
back or returning it to its original position.
Furthermore, after tilting back the machine head, do
not push the face plate side or the pulley side from
above, as this could cause the machine head to topple
over, which may result in personal injury or damage to
the machine.
Use only the proper replacement parts as specified by
Brother.
If any safety devices have been removed, be absolutely sure to re-install them to their original positions
and check that they operate correctly before using the
machine.
Any problems in machine operation which result from
unauthorized modifications to the machine will not be
covered by the warranty.
3. Warning labels
The following warning labels appear on the sewing machine.
Please follow the instructions on the labels at all times when using the machine. If the labels have been removed or are
difficult to read, please contact your nearest Brother dealer.
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Hazardous voltage
will cause injury.
Hochspannung
verletzungsgefahr!
Turn off main
switch and wait 5
minutes before
opening this cover.
Bitte schalten sie den Eteindrel’interrupteur et
hauptschalter aus und attendre 5 minutes
warten sie 5 minuten, avantd’ ouvrir le capot
bevor sie diese
abdeckung ffnen.
Un voltage non adapt
provoque des blessures.
Un voltaje inadecuado
puede provocar las
heridas.
Moving parts
may cause injury.
Apagar el interruptor
principal y esperar 5
minutos antes de abrir
esta cubierta.
Operate with safety devices.
Turn off main switch before
threading, changing bobbin
and needle, cleaning etc.
Safety devices
Eye guard
Finger guard
Thread take-up cover
Thread take-up solenoid cover
Belt cover
Frame side cover, etc.
High temperature warning display
3
4
Be sure to connect the ground. If the ground connection is not secure, you run a high risk of receiving a
serious electric shock, and problems with correct operation may also occur.
5
Direction of operation
2
3
5
Frame
side cover
Thread take-up
cover
0296Q
Belt cover
2
Thread take-up
solenoid cover
4
Eye guard
1
Finger guard
0747Q
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CONTENTS
1. NAME OF EACH PART ............................... 1
2. SPECIFICATIONS ......................................... 2
2-1.
2-2.
Specifications .......................................
Examples of sewing patterns .............
2
3
3. INSTALLATION ............................................. 4
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
3-5.
3-6.
3-7.
3-8.
3-9.
3-10.
3-11.
3-12.
3-13.
3-14.
3-15.
3-16.
3-17.
3-18.
Power table ...........................................
Installing the control box ....................
Installing the rubber cushions ............
Installing the oil pan ............................
Installing the cushions .........................
Installing the switching plate ..............
Installing the machine head ...............
Installing the head rest ........................
Installing the liquid cooling tank,
optional .................................................
Installing the operation panel .............
Connecting the ground wire ...............
Connecting the cords ...........................
Piping (for pneumatic) .........................
Installing the belt cover .......................
Installing the foot switch .....................
Installing the needle sub plate ...........
Installing the spool stand ....................
Installing the eye guard ......................
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5
6
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
13
15
15
16
17
17
4. LUBRICATION ............................................... 18
4-1.
Lubrication points ................................ 18
5. OPERATION .................................................. 19
5-1.
5-2.
5-3.
5-4.
5-5.
Name and function of each operation
panel item .............................................
Operating procedure ............................
Operating the foot switch ...................
Operating the emergency stop switch ..
Operating the thread wiper switch
(KE-435B) ...............................................
19
21
22
23
10.STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS ................... 34
10-1. Adjusting the needle bar height .........
10-2. Adjusting the needle bar lift amount ...
10-3. Adjusting the driver needle guard .....
10-4. Adjusting the needle clearance ..........
10-5. Adjusting the shuttle race thread guide ..
10-6. Adjusting the thread take-up amount ..
10-7. Adjusting the movable knife ...............
10-8. Adjusting the work clamp lift amount ..
10-9. Work clamp interchangeability ...........
10-10.Adjusting the needle up stop position ..
10-11.Adjusting the thread wiper .................
10-12.Checking the input sensor and DIP
switch input ..........................................
10-13.Checking the input voltage .................
10-14.Clearing all memory settings .............
10-15.Moving stitch patterns .........................
10-16.Adjustment of air pressure
(for pneumatic) .....................................
10-17.Adjustment of inner clamping device ..
10-18.Work clamp adjustment (KE-435B) ....
10-19.Changing the work clamp lift
(KE-435B) ...............................................
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34
35
35
35
36
36
39
40
40
41
42
43
43
44
45
45
46
46
11.USING THE COUNTERS ............................ 47
11-1. Using the bobbin thread counter ....... 47
11-2. Using the production counter ............ 47
12.CHANGING FUNCTIONS USING
THE DIP SWITCHES .................................... 48
12-1. Operation panel DIP switches ............ 48
12-2. DIP switches inside the control box .. 49
12-3. Using user programs ........................... 50
13.CHANGING SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
USING THE MEMORY SWITCHES ......... 52
13-1. Using the cycle sewing function ........ 55
23
14.SETTING THE WORK CLAMP MODE .... 57
6. CHECKING THE SEWING PATTERN ....... 24
7. CORRECT USE ............................................. 25
7-1.
7-2.
7-3.
7-4.
7-5.
7-6.
Selecting the needle and thread ........
Installing the needle ............................
Threading the upper thread ................
Winding the lower thread ...................
Replacing the bobbin case and
threading the thread ............................
Sewing conditions and thread tension ..
25
25
25
26
27
27
8. SEWING ......................................................... 30
9. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION ........ 31
9-1.
9-2.
9-3.
9-4.
9-5.
9-6.
9-7.
Checking the needle ............................
Cleaning the rotary hook ....................
Lubrication ............................................
Draining the oil .....................................
Cleaning the control box air inlet port ..
Cleaning the air holes of belt cover
and frame side cover ...........................
Cleaning the eye guard .......................
31
31
32
33
33
33
33
14-1.
14-2.
14-3.
14-4.
Setting solenoid work clamp mode ...
Setting pneumatic work clamp mode ..
Light work clamp .................................
Setting reverse work clamp mode .....
57
57
58
59
15.TABLE OF ERROR CODES ........................ 60
16.GAUGE PARTS LIST ACCORDING TO
SUBCLASSES ............................................... 62
17.MAKING THE FEED PLATE AND WORK CLAMP
PLATE FOR INNER CLAMPING DEVICE ......... 65
17-1.
17-2.
17-3.
17-4.
17-5.
Sewing area ..........................................
How to make a sewing pattern ..........
How to make the feed plate ...............
How to make the work clamp plate ...
Replacing the work clamp crank and
work clamp plate holder .....................
65
65
66
67
68
18.TROUBLESHOOTING ................................. 69
19.OPTIONAL PARTS ....................................... 73
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1. NAME OF EACH PART
1. NAME OF EACH PART
0299Q
t
!6
0337Q
u
!2
!7
o
!8
!4
!5
!0
!3
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i
u
y
0298Q
!4
e
!3
q
w
Specifications with inner clamping device
r
[KE-434B/Solenoid specifications]
0297Q
o
!5
!0
!8
u
!1
y
!4
i
e
!3
q
w
q Power switch
w Control box
e Operation panel
r Foot switch
t Motor
y Tension release lever
u EMERGENCY STOP switch
i Pulley
o Spool stand
!0 Thread take-up lever
!1 Wiper solenoid cover
!2 Thread wiper switch
Safety devices;
!3 Finger guard
!4 Eye guard
!5 Thread take-up cover
!6 Belt cover
!7 Frame side cover
!8 Thread take-up solenoid cover
r
[KE-434B/Pneumatic specifications]
0300Q
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2. SPECIFICATIONS
2-1. Specifications
BROTHER INDUSTRIES, LTD.
BROTHER INDUSTRIES, LTD.
MADE IN JAPAN
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MADE IN JAPAN
Medium materials
Heavy materials
KE-435B
Electronic lockstitch pattern tacker
with stepping foot
KE-434B
Electronic lockstitch pattern tacker
Stitch formation
Single needle lock stitch
Maximum sewing speed
2,500 rpm (Pitch 3 mm)
Maximum pattern size
100 × 60 mm max.
Feed mechanism
R-θ intermittent feed mechanism (pulse-motor driven mechanism)
Stitch length
0.1 - 10.0 mm
Variable
Number of stitches
Maximum stitch number
Work clamp lifter
Work clamp height
20,000 stitches (including 10,000 stitches which can be added)
Solenoid type or pneumatic type
17 mm max. (for solenoid), 25 mm max. (for pneumatic)
(Max. 17 mm for inner clamping device)
Rotary hook
Shuttle hook (shuttle hook 2, optional)
Wiper device
Standard equipment
Thread trimmer device
Standard equipment
Thread take-up device
Standard equipment
Stepping foot lift amount
18 mm
Stepping foot stroke
Safety device
Data storage method
0 mm, 3 - 8 mm
built-in stopping mechanism
P-ROM (Any sewing pattern can be added using BAS-PC/300.)
Number of user programs
16
Number of cycle programs
4
Number of stored data
Motor
Weights
Power source
Up to 100 patterns can be added. Total number of stitches of stored data
which can be added is within 10,000.
Three-phase 400W induction motor
Machine head: 56 kg, Operation panel: 0.6 kg,
Control box: 9 - 19 kg (depending on destination)
Single-phase 220 - 230V
3-phase 220, 380, 400, 415V
Maximum electric power consumption; 600VA
[Main use]
Patterns up to a maximum size of 100 mm × 60 mm can be sewn.
For plain stitching of small articles, curtain darts, etc.
Two-stage work clamp, light work clamp and inner clamping device can be used (for pneumatic).
For attaching items, sewing labels, etc.
If you want to sew a pattern, you can create your original pattern using the BAS-PC/300.
Consult with your local Brother Sales Office for details.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2-2. Examples of sewing patterns
The following are examples of possible patterns.
Sewing
patterns
0301Q
Uses
Number of stitches
0302Q
0303Q
Decorative tacking
Triangular chain tacking
Rectangular decorative tacking
42
98
28
Sewing
patterns
0304Q
Uses
Number of stitches
0306Q
0305Q
Cross tacking
Open cross tacking
Buckle stitching
56
42
56
Sewing
patterns
0307Q
Uses
Number of stitches
0309Q
0308Q
Square tacking
Bullet-nose tacking
Round tacking
63
42
63
Sewing
patterns
0311Q
0310Q
Uses
Number of stitches
0312Q
Heart-shaped tacking
Half-moon tacking
L-shaped tacking
70
64
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3. INSTALLATION
3. INSTALLATION
CAUTION
Machine installation should only be carried
out by a qualified technician.
All cords should be secured at least 25 mm
away from any moving parts. Furthermore,
do not excessively bend the cable or secure it too firmly staples, otherwise there is
the danger that fire or electric shocks could
occur.
Contact your Brother dealer or a qualified
electrician for any electrical work that may
need to be done.
The sewing machine head weighs more than
56 kg. The installation should be carried out
by two or more people.
Be sure to connect the ground. If the ground
connection is not secure, you run the risk
of receiving a serious electric shock, and
problems with correct operation may also
occur.
Do not connect the power cord until installation is complete, otherwise the machine may
operate if the foot switch is depressed by mistake, which could result in injury.
Install the belt covers to the machine head
and motor.
Hold the machine head with both hands when
tilting it back or returning it to its original position. Furthermore, after tilting back the machine head, do not push the face plate side
or the pulley side from above, as this could
cause the machine head to topple over, which
may result in personal injury or damage to
the machine.
3-1. Power table
Use the power table which has been specially designed
for each sewing machines.
* If using a commercially-available table, process it as
shown in the illustration below.
•
Table/ legs assembly
Model code
127-V30-50001
NOTE:
The thickness of the table should be at least 40 mm, and it should be strong enough to bear the weight and vibration of
the sewing machine.
If the distance A between the insides of the legs is less than 740 mm, move the control box installation position to the
left (B = 247 mm).
Check that the control box is at least 10 mm away from the leg. If the control box and leg are touching, it could cause the
sewing machine to operate incorrectly.
Control box
Operation
panel cord
hole
2- 38
Counterbore
depth 23
Section a-a
4
depth 5
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3. INSTALLATION
3-2. Installing the control box
Check that the IM sticker is attached to the side of the control box (in the position shown in the illustration).
(KE series machine heads can only be used with control boxes which have the IM sticker attached.)
!0
r
Table
t Cushions
y Cushion collars
t
y
3 mm
i Flat washers
u
i
o
!1
u Rubber collers
o Nuts
0051Q
!2
w
q
e
0063Q
1. Remove the 12 screws q, and then open the covers (panel mounting assembly w and main P.C. board
mounting plate e).
NOTE:
When opening the cover, hold it securely so that it does not fall down.
2. Install the control box with the four accessory bolts r, cushions t, cushion collars y, rubber collars u,
flat washers i and nuts o as shown in the illustration above. At this time, leave a gap of approximately 3
mm between the work table and the top of the box.
* Use two nuts o at each installation location, and make sure that both nuts are tightened.
3. Close the covers (panel mounting assembly w and main P.C. board mounting plate e), and tighten them
with the screws q.
* The main P.C. board mounting plate e will be opened again during “3-12. Connecting the cords”, so
provisionally tighten it with the screw q.
4. Install the power switch !0 with the two screws !1.
5. Secure the power switch cord with the three staples !2.
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3-3. Installing the rubber cushions
Install the rubber cushions q with the nails w.
w
q
0053Q
3-4. Installing the oil pan
0054Q
q
w
1. Insert the tabs of the oil pan w into the holes for
the cushions q, and then secure it in place with
the five nails e so that the oil pan w is not at an
angle.
2. While pushing the oil pan w down from above,
screw in the oil container r.
e
r
0055Q
3-5. Installing the cushions
Place the two cushions q into the holes in the work
table so that the notches are aligned with the tabs in
the oil pan, and secure them in place with the nails w.
w
q
0056Q
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3. INSTALLATION
3-6. Installing the switching plate
Install the switching plate q to the work table with
the two wood screws w in the position shown in the
illustration.
* The switching plate and the switch bracket which is
attached to the machine head prevent the sewing
machine from starting when the machine head is
tilted back. Therefore, this means that the sewing
machine will not start if the switching plate is not
installed.
w
q
0471Q
3-7. Installing the machine head
0057Q
o
w
e
r
q
i
t
y
u
66
17
13
Fig. 1
0058Q
0059Q
1. Insert the head hinges q into the machine head so that they are parallel, and then secure them with the
two set screws w.
2. Place the machine head gently on top of the rubber cushions e and cushions r.
NOTE:
Pull the cords t out as shown in the illustration above in order to prevent them from being clamped by the machine
head.
3. Install the hinge presser y with the two screws u.
4. Check that the head position switch is turned on as shown in Figure 1.
5. Connect the motor cord connector i to the accessory cord connector o.
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3-8. Installing the head rest
Tap the head rest q into the table hole.
q
NOTE:
Tap the head rest securely into the table hole.
0060Q
3-9. Installing the liquid cooling tank, optional
w
1. Remove the rubber plug, and then push the liquid
cooling tank q.
2. Tighten it with the set screw w.
q
0061Q
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3-10. Installing the operation panel
The operation panel can be installed to either the top or bottom of the work table.
0418Q
Top of work table
Bottom of work table
q
r
q
r
e
w
e
t
Table
w
Table
t
Rubber sheet
2 - 2.5 mm
0419Q
0062Q
1. Install the rear frame q to the work table (top or bottom) with the four wood screws w.
* At this time, tighten the wood screws w until the thickness of the rubber sheet is 2 to 2.5 mm.
2. Install the front frame e to the rear frame q with the four screws r.
* The vertical orientation of the front frame e is the same whether it is installed to the top or the bottom of
the work table.
3. Insert the connector cord t into the control box through the hole at the side of the box. Refer to “3-12.
Connecting the cords” for details on connecting the cord.
4. Secure the connector cord t with the staples (in three places).
3-11. Connecting the ground wire
CAUTION
Be sure to connect the ground. If the ground connection is not secure, you run the risk of receiving a serious electric shock, and problems with correct operation may also occur.
Red
White
Black
Yellow/Green
Connect to the power switch. However, the
black wire is insulated to the inside of the box
and is not used.
Connect to ground
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3. INSTALLATION
3-12. Connecting the cords
0065Q
0066Q
0068Q
t
u
!0
w
o
!1
y
i
q
q
!2
!3
P8
P1 - B
A
P18
P1 - A
B
P2
G
C
P3
H
D
Lock the cord
clamp at the top.
E
e
F
r
P4
P5
P14
P6 (blue)
P11
P7
0313Q
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3. INSTALLATION
1. Gently tilt back the machine head.
NOTE:
After tilting back the machine head, do not push the face side or the pulley side from above.
2. Pass the cord bundle q from the machine head through the hole w in the work table.
3. Gently return the machine head to its original position.
4. Remove the six screws e, and then open the control box cover (main P.C. board mounting plate r).
NOTE:
When opening the cover, hold it securely so that it does not fall down.
5. Loosen the two screws t, and then open the cord presser plate y in the direction of the white arrow and
pass the cord bundle q through the opening.
6. Remove the screw u, and then pass it through the terminal holes in the ground cord i from the machine
head and the ground cord o from the operation panel. Then re-tighten the screw u so that the ground
cords i and o are secured as shown in the illustration.
7. Remove the screw !0, and then pass it through the terminal hole in the ground cord !1 from the upper
shaft motor. Then re-tighten the screw !0 so that the ground cord !1 is secured as shown in the illustration.
NOTE:
Make sure that the ground connections are secure in order to ensure safety.
8. Securely connect connectors P1 to P8, P11, P14 (for pneumatic) and P18 as indicated in the table below.
NOTE:
Check that the connector is facing the correct way, and then insert it firmly until it locks into place.
Furthermore, lock the cord clamp at the top.
Machine head connectors
Connection location
Connection location
on circuit board
Cord clamps used
No. of pins
Cord mark
Head position switch
9-pin
1A
P1 - A (ORG)
None
X, Y, Sewing sensor
12-pin
z
P1 - B (ORG)
None
Synchronizer
5-pin
x
P2 (SYNCHRO)
8-pin
c
P3 (SELECT)
None
5-pin
v
P4 (SOL2)
G H
4-pin
b
P5 (SOL)
G H
Pulse motor, Y
4-pin (blue)
n
P6 (YPM)
G H
Pulse motor, X
4-pin
m
P7 (XPM)
G H
Operation panel
26-pin
None
P8 (PANEL)
None
Upper shaft motor
3-pin
None
P11 (UVW)
ABCDEF
EMERGENCY STOP switch
6-pin
⁄8
P18 (HEAD)
None
Solenoid valve (for pneumatic)
12-pin
None
Machine specification
select connector
Thread wiper solenoid*
Thread take-up solenoid
Presser solenoid
Thread trimmer solenoid
P14 (AIR)
G
A B C
* Provided as an option for solenoid specifications.
9. Secure the cord bundle q with the cord clamps !2 and !3.
10. Close the cord presser plate y in the direction of the black arrow, and secure it by tightening the screws t.
NOTE:
Check that the cords do not get pulled when the machine head is tilted back gently.
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3. INSTALLATION
0315Q
0314Q
0316Q
!8
!4
!6
a
!4
!5
!5
!5
a
r
e
!7
90˚
90˚
(*)
0317Q
RESET
0318Q
11. Replace PROM control assembly with one which contains sewing data.
1) Use the special tool to remove the PROM control assembly !4 from the PROM socket !5.
* Store the removed PROM control assembly in the special case provided.
2) Bend the pins of the PROM control assembly which contains sewing data !6 so that they are at an angle
of approximately 90˚.
3) Make the directions of the PROM control assembly !6 and the PROM socket !5 same so that the portions
(a) come on the same side, and press the PROM gently into the socket while checking that the pins of the
PROM are going into the socket properly.
NOTE:
• If the PROM has been replaced, press the RESET switch !7 while turning on the power in order to initialize the
memory.
All of the user programs, cycle programs and memory switches which have been recorded will then be cleared.
• The PROM which is installed at the time of shipment from the factory does not include any sewing data. If you try
to change the program number without replacing the PROM, error “E-b1” will be displayed.
To create sewing data, use the BAS-PC/300 electronic pattern sewer/reader (sold separately).
12. Tighten the cover (main P.C. board mounting plate r) with the six screws e.
NOTE:
Check that the cords do not come into contact with the fan !8 and that they are not clamped by the cover at this time.
NOTE:
Check that the main PROM (*) is version MN-G or later.
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3. INSTALLATION
3-13. Piping (for pneumatic)
0319Q
0746Q
Pneumatic work clamp
[KE-434B]
2B 1B
Upper knob
2A 1A
Cylinder R
Cylinder L
Lower knob
Switch
1B
2B
2
1
1A
3B
3A
2A
Reversal
cylinder
Reverse work clamp
3B
3A
1A
3
[KE-435B]
2B
1B
2A
2
1
0023Q
Stepping cylinder
Cylinder L
3A
Cylinder R
3B
3B 2B 1B
Upper knob
3A 2A
1A
1B
2B
2A
1A
Lower knob
Switch
3
2
1
0433Q
0434Q
Connect air tubes in accordance with the identified numbers in the figure.
* Light work clamp mode can be used by changing over the air tube connections.
(Refer to “14. Setting the work clamp mode”.)
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3. INSTALLATION
3-13-1. Installing the air unit
Make sure that the air unit does not touch the control box or the work table leg.
i
w
u
w
r
!0
e
q
o
t
50 mm
q
y
120 mm
0321Q
0320Q
■ When installing to the underside of the work table
1. Remove the two screws q and the valve setting plate w.
2. Turn the valve setting plate w upside down, and install it to the underside of the work table using the two
wood screws e and washers r which are provided as accessories.
3. Install the air unit t to the valve setting plate w with two screws q.
4. Connect the air hose y.
5. Adjust the air pressure. (Refer to “10-16. Adjusting the air pressure”.)
■ When installing to a beam
1. Make holes in the beam as shown in the illustration above. (Button hole diameter is 5.4 mm.)
Pneumatic work clamp ...... Pitch 50 mm
Reverse work clamp ...... Pitch 120 mm
2. Install the air unit u to the beam with two accessory screws i and two bolts o.
3. Connect the air hose !0.
4. Adjust the air pressure. (Refer to “10-16. Adjusting the air pressure”.)
3-13-2. Adjusting the speed controller
The speeds at which the work clamps are raised and lowered can be adjusted by loosening or tightening the
valve control knobs. The speeds should be adjusted to speeds which are suitable for the intended application.
• If the upper control knob is tightened, the raising speed becomes slower; if it is loosened, the raising speed
becomes faster.
• If the lower control knob is tightened, the lowering speed becomes slower; if it is loosened, the lowering
speed becomes faster.
• When the power is turned off, the work clamps can be operated by pressing the switch.
NOTE:
Pneumatic work clamp (KE-434B)
Adjust the control knobs so that the left and right work clamps both operate at the same speed. (Valve 1 and 2)
Reverse work clamp (KE-434B)
First, adjust the speed for the reverse work clamp. (Valve 1)
Next, turn on the power and then adjust the speed of the left work clamp. (Valve 2)
Adjust the control knobs so that the lowering speed of the left work clamp becomes faster than that of the reverse
work clamp and the raising speed of it becomes slower than that of the reverse work clamp.
Next, adjust the control knobs so that the reverse work clamp operates more quickly. (Valve 3)
Stepping work clamp (KE-435B)
Adjust the control knobs so that the left and right work clamps both operate at the same speed. (Valve 1 and 2)
Adjust the control knobs so that the stepping work clamp operates more quickly. (Valve 3)
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3. INSTALLATION
3-14. Installing the belt cover
1. Loosen the two screws w of the upper cover q.
2. Insert the belt cover e in the direction of the arrow, and then secure it with the two screws w and
the two screws r.
* It is not necessary to remove the belt cover e when
tilting back the machine head.
w
q
e
r
0069Q
3-15. Installing the foot switch
[A]
y
u
i
q
w
!2
e
t
0071Q
r
!1
!0
o
e
!3
!4
!6
!5
[B]
!7
0070Q
!8
!9
0072Q
1. Insert the connector of the foot switch e into the connector w of the control box q.
2. Install the foot switch e to the work table leg !2 with foot switch support plate A r, foot switch support
plate C t, the bolt y, spring washer u, flat washer i, bolt o, spring washer !0 and flat washer !1 as
shown in Figure A.
♦If foot switch support plate B !3 is used in a back-to-front position, it can be used as shown in Figure B.
1. Remove the screw !4 and rubber plug !5.
* Note that the spring !6 will come out when the screw !4 is removed.
2. Turn foot switch support plate B !3 back to front, and then install it with the bolt !7, spring washer !8 and
flat washer !9 as shown in Figure B.
NOTE:
If using the foot switch without installing it to the work table leg, move the foot switch at least 10 mm away from the
leg. If the foot switch is not fully in contact with the work table leg when the foot switch is used, for example, if it is
just hooked loosely onto the work table leg, it may cause the sewing machine to operate incorrectly.
If using the two-pedal foot switch as an option for solenoid specifications, change the setting of DIP switch A on the
operation panel while referring to “Setting the work clamp mode” on page 57.
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3. INSTALLATION
3-16. Installing the needle sub plate
0322Q
q
1. Install the four needle sub plate supports q with
the four screws w.
w
r
2. Insert the needle sub plate e from the front of the
machine so that it is level.
t
NOTE:
Insert the needle sub plate e so that the X feed lever
cap r sits on top of the needle sub plate e.
e
3. Install the needle sub plate e with the four screws
t.
4. Loosen the screws w and make fine adjustments
to the height of the needle sub plate e so that it is
at the same height as the needle plate y.
y
0323Q
!0
i
5. Provisionally secure the two auxiliary plate supports u with the washers i and the screws o
and !0, and then firmly tighten the screws o and
!0 in that order.
o
o
u
i
!0
0324Q
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3. INSTALLATION
3-17. Installing the spool stand
Assemble the spool stand q while referring to the
spool stand instruction manual, and then install the
spool stand q at the right side of the work table.
q
0073Q
3-18. Installing the eye guard
CAUTION
Attach all safety devices before using the sewing machine.
If the machine is used without these devices attached, injury may result.
Install the eye guard assy w to the face plate q with
the two screws e.
q
e
w
0074Q
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4. LUBRICATION
4. LUBRICATION
CAUTION
Turn off the power switch before starting lubricating, otherwise the machine may operate if the
foot switch is depressed by mistake, which could result in injury.
Be sure to wear protective goggles and gloves when handling the lubricating oil and grease, so
that they do not get into your eyes or onto your skin, otherwise inflammation can result.
Furthermore, do not drink the oil or eat the grease under any circumstances, as they can cause
vomiting and diarrhoea.
Keep the oil out of the reach of children.
NOTE 1: Fill the machine with oil when the oil level is down to about one-third full in the oil sight glass.
If oil is not added and the oil drops below this level, there is the danger that the machine may seize during
operation.
NOTE 2: Be sure to let the machine operate for a while after adding the oil.
NOTE 3: If there is no more oil on the felt of the shuttle race base, problems with sewing may result, so add oil to the felt
until it is slightly soaked.
NOTE 4: Use only specified Brother oil (Nisseki Sewing Libe 10) for the machine oil.
4-1. Lubrication points
0076Q
1. Fill the arm-side oil tank with oil.
* When setting up the sewing machine and when
it hasn’t been used for an extended period of
time, be sure to add 2-3 drops of oil at the place
indicated by the arrow.
0325Q
2. Fill the bed-side oil tank with oil
w
q
0079Q
3. Add oil to the felt q of the shuttle race base.
* When setting up the sewing machine and when
it hasn’t been used for an extended period of
time, be sure to add 2-3 drops oil to the felt.
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4. If using the liquid cooling tank w, fill it with silicon
oil (100 mm2/s).
KE-434B, 435B
5. OPERATION
5. OPERATION
5-1. Name and function of each operation panel item
u
q
P
POWER
w
RESET
i
TEST
t
BOBBIN.WIND
P1
P2
P3
P4
X-SCALE
o
Y-SCALE
!0
r
e
PROGRAM NO.
SPEED
!4
!1
COUNTER
SELECT
y
0566Q
q POWER indicator .................. Illuminates when the power switch has been turned on.
w RESET switch ........................ Press this switch to reset the machine when an error occurs.
e TEST switch .......................... Use this switch when you want to operate only the feed mechanism in order
to check a pattern.
r TEST indicator ...................... Illuminates when the TEST switch has been pressed.
t BOBBIN. WIND switch ......... Press this switch to wind the lower thread.
y SELECT switch ...................... Use this switch to select a menu (program number, X and Y feed, speed and
counter). Each time the switch is pressed, one of the menu indicators (u to
!1) illuminates, and the setting for that menu item appears in the display !4.
The illiminated indicator changes as follows each time the switch is pressed.
PROGRAM NO. indicator u →X-SCALE indicator i →Y-SCALE indicator o →SPEED indicator !0 →COUNTER indicator !1
u PROGRAM NO. indicator ..... Illuminates when the SELECT switch y is pressed to shown the program
number setting.
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5. OPERATION
P
POWER
RESET
i
BOBBIN.WIND
P1
P2
!3
X-SCALE
o
Y-SCALE
!0
TEST
PROGRAM NO.
P3
P4
SPEED
!4
!1
COUNTER
SELECT
!2
y
0579Q
i X-SCALE indicator ................ Illuminates when the SELECT switch y is pressed to shown the X-scale setting.
o Y-SCALE indicator ................ Illuminates when the SELECT switch y is pressed to shown the Y-scale setting.
!0 SPEED indicator ................... Illuminates when the SELECT switch y is pressed to shown the speed setting.
!1 COUNTER indicator ............. Illuminates when the SELECT switch y is pressed to show the bobbin thread
or production counter setting.
!2 DISPLAY SET switches ........ Used to change the menu details which are displayed in the window !4.
!3 User program switches ....... Used to set and select user programs.
!4 Display window .................... This display window will indicate the current statu for the selected menu,
error or memory switch.
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5. OPERATION
5-2. Operating procedure
Preparation
Turn on the power switch.
(The POWER indicator q will illuminate and the program number will flash in the display window !4.)
Factory default Variable range
Program No.
0 *1
100 - *2
X-scale (%)
100
20 - 200
Y-scale (%)
100
20 - 200
Speed (rpm)
2000
1,000 - 2,500
1
* For checking the origin points for X and Y feed
*2 Custom-made program
5-2-1. Setting the program number
1
Press the SELECT switch y
until the PROGRAM NO. indicator illuminates.
P
2
Press the DISPLAY SET
switches !2 until the desired
program number is flashing
in the display window.
PROGRAM NO.
X-SCALE
y
Y-SCALE
SPEED
COUNTER
SELECT
0083Q
!2
0326Q
3
Depress the foot switch to
the second step.
NOTE: For two-pedal foot switch,
depress the work clamp
switch to lower the work
clamp, before depressing
the start switch.
* The display will stop flashing
and illuminates steadily, and
the feed mechanism will move
to the sewing start position.
1st step
0085Q
2nd step
This completes the setting of the program number.
5-2-2. Setting the X-scale and Y-scale
1
Press the SELECT switch y
until the X-scale or Y-scale
indicator illuminates.
P
2
(The setting is displayed as a percentage.)
PROGRAM NO.
X-SCALE
Press the DISPLAY SET
switches !2 until the desired
scale setting is flashing in
the display window.
y
Y-SCALE
!2
SPEED
COUNTER
SELECT
0086Q
3
Depress the foot switch to
the second step.
NOTE: For two-pedal foot switch,
depress the work clamp
switch to lower the work
clamp, before depressing
the start switch.
* The display will stop flashing
and illuminates steadily, and
the feed mechanism will move
to the sewing start position.
1st step
0085Q
2nd step
This completes the setting of the X-scale
or Y-scale.
0087Q
5-2-3. Setting the sewing speed
1
Press the SELECT switch y
until the SPEED indicator illuminates.
P
2
Press the DISPLAY SET
switches !2 until the desired
speed setting is flashing in
the display window.
PROGRAM NO.
X-SCALE
y
Y-SCALE
SPEED
COUNTER
SELECT
0088Q
NOTE:
* Be sure to check the sewing pattern (refer to page 24) after setting has been completed to make
sure that the needle hole does not
go out of the area circumscribed
by the work clamp.
* The needle racking width for
backtack stitches (with stitch
widths of 1 mm or less) is not
enlarged or reduced. If this results in problems, set memo-0d
to “ON”.
!2
0327Q
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5. OPERATION
5-3. Operating the foot switch
■ Single-pedal foot switch (two steps)
When the foot switch is depressed to step 1, the work
clamp is lowered, and when it is depressed to step 2,
sewing starts.
1st step
2nd step
0085Q
0328Q
■ Two-pedal foot switch (one step + one step)
When the work clamp switch (left side) is depressed,
the work clamp is lowered, and when the start switch
(right side) is depressed, sewing starts.
Start switch
Work clamp switch
0329Q
1st step
2nd step
Start switch
Work clamp switch
0085Q
22
■ Two-pedal foot switch (two steps + one step)
* For pneumatic
When the work clamp switch (left side) is depressed
to step 1, the work clamp on one side is lowered,
and when it is pressed to step 2, the work clamps
on both sides are lowered.
* The work clamp lowering pattern can be set to a
variety of different patterns. (Refer to “14. SETTING THE WORK CLAMP MODE”.
When the start switch (right side) is depressed,
sewing starts.
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5. OPERATION
5-4. Operating the emergency stop switch
If the emergency stop switch is pressed while normal sewing or test sewing is being carried out, the sewing
machine will immediately stop operating.
Canceling an emergency stop
1. Turn the emergency stop switch q clockwise and
then pull it out to release the lock.
2. Press the RESET switch w on the control panel.
* The electronic alarm will stop sounding.
3. If not joining a new thread, press the RESET switch
w once more so that the display panel flashes. Turn
the pulley by hand to set the needle to the needle
up stop position, and then continue with sewing.
0331Q
q
w
RESET
0318Q
0332Q
BOBBIN.WIND
e
r
TEST
0333Q
0093Q
Continuing sewing from a stopping point
If the emergency stop switch was pressed because a
thread breakage occurred or the lower thread ran out,
sewing can be resumed from the point where the
thread ended.
1. Turn the emergency stop switch q clockwise and
then pull it out to release the lock.
2. Press the RESET switch w on the control panel.
* The electronic alarm will stop sounding.
3. Press the BOBBIN. WIND switch e to trim the
thread.
4. Press the BOBBIN. WIND switch e once more.
* The work clamp will move backward one stitch
at a time while this switch is being pressed. If
the work clamp moves back too far, press the
TEST switch r to move the work clamp forward.
Press the TEST switch r once more when you
would like the work clamp to stop.
5. Once the work clamp has returned to the desired
position, depress the foot switch. The sewing machine will then resume sewing.
5-5. Operating the thread wiper switch (KE-435B)
The thread wiper can be turned on and off using the
thread wiper switch q.
q
0473Q
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6. CHECKING THE SEWING PATTERN
6. CHECKING THE SEWING PATTERN
■ When checking by operating only the feed mechanism
1. Turn on the power switch.
(The POWER indicator will illuminate and the program number will flash in the display window.)
2. Press the TEST switch.
(The TEST indicator will illuminate.)
TEST
0090Q
3. Depress the foot switch to the second step.
* For two-pedal foot switch, lower the work clamp before depressing the start switch (right
side).
(The feed mechanism will move to the sewing start position and the program number will
stop flashing.)
* This operation is only carried out the first time that a program has been selected or the size
ratio has been changed.
4. Depress the foot switch to the second step.
Only the feed mechanism will move.
1st step
2nd step
0085Q
0085Q
1st step
2nd step
[Check that the needle hole q does not protrude past the frame of the work clamp w.]
* If you depress the foot switch again and keep it depresses after the feed mechanism has started to
move, the feeding speed will increase.
* If you would like to stop the feed while it is moving, press the TEST switch.
q
w
0334Q
5. Press the TEST switch.
(The TEST indicator will switch off and the test mode will be cleared.)
TEST
0092Q
6. Depress the foot switch.
The work clamp will rise and the preparation for sewing will be completed.
0093Q
0094Q
To ensure safety during use ......
You can prevent accidental changes being made to
programs by setting DIP switches 7 and 8 to ON.
When DIP switch 7 is ON
... The sewing pattern cannot be enlarged.
When DIP switch 8 is ON
... The program number cannot be changed.
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7. CORRECT USE
7. CORRECT USE
7-1. Selecting the needle and thread
Different needles and threads are used for different
sewing applications.
Refer to the table at right for details on which needle
and thread to select.
Needle
Thread
Main application
DP × 5 #14
#80 - #50
Medium materials
DP × 17NY #19
#50 - #20
Heavy materials
NOTE:
For inner clamping device, use only the DP × 17 needle.
7-2. Installing the needle
CAUTION
q
0096Q
Turn off the power switch before installing
the needle, otherwise the machine may
operate if the foot switch is depressed by
mistake and serious injury could result.
q
w
w
0097Q
Loosen the set screw q, insert the needle w as far as
it will go so that the groove is facing toward you, and
then tighten the set screw q.
7-3. Threading the upper thread
CAUTION
Turn off the power switch before threading the thread, otherwise the machine may operate if the
foot switch is depressed by mistake and serious injury could result.
Thread the upper thread correctly as shown in the illustration below.
* If the tension release lever q is raised in the direction of the arrow, it will be easier to open the tension disc
w and pull the thread through.
0100Q
[One hole]
[Two holes]
Spun rayon yarn
9
9
10
q
11
10
0101Q
11
w
0098Q
[When using the liquid cooling tank]
Synthetic thread
9
10
Approx. 40 mm
11
0099Q
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7. CORRECT USE
7-4. Winding the lower thread
CAUTION
Do not touch any of the moving parts or press any objects against the machine while winding the
lower thread, as this may result in personal injury or damage to the machine.
1. Place the bobbin all the way onto the shaft.
2. Thread the thread as shown in the illustration at
right, wind the thread around the bobbin several times in the direction of the arrow, and then
press the bobbin presser q.
q
3. Turn on the power switch.
(The POWER indicator on the operation panel will
illuminate.)
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4. Check that the needle is not touching the presser foot,
and then while pressing the BOBBIN. WIND switch w, depress the foot switch e to start the machine. Keep depressing the foot switch e until the lower thread stops
being wound onto the bobbin.
Release the BOBBIN. WIND switch w after the machine starts
operating. If you release the foot switch before winding is completed, depress it once more while pressing and holding the
BOBBIN. WIND switch w.
BOBBIN.WIND
e
w
0105Q
0104Q
5. The bobbin presser q will automatically return to its original position after a set amount of thread (80 90% of the bobbin capacity) has been wound on.
6. Release the foot switch e.
7. Remove the bobbin,
hook the thread onto
the knife r, and then
pull the bobbin in the
direction of the arrow
to cut the thread.
0106Q
8. To wind more thread onto
the bobbin, loosen the set
screw t and pull the bobbin presser q outward.
t
r
q
0107Q
<<If the thread winds onto the bobbin unevenly>>
If the thread winds onto the bobbin unevenly, loosen
the nut q and turn the bobbin winder thead tension
stud w to adjust.
* If the thread winds on as shown in A, turn the bobbin winder thread tension stud w clokwise; if it
winds on as shown in B, turn the bobbin winder
thead tension stud w counterclockwise.
w
Case A
q
Case B
0108Q
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7. CORRECT USE
7-5. Replacing the bobbin case and threading the thread
CAUTION
Turn off the power switch before removing and replacing the bobbin case, otherwise the machine
may operate if the foot switch is depressed by mistake and serious injury could result.
r
w
30 mm
e
q
0335Q
0111Q
0110Q
Pull the shuttle race cover q toward Insert a new bobbin into the bobbin Pass the thread through the lever
you to open it.
case, and then pass the thread thread hole r, and then pull out apthrough the slot w and pull it out proximately 30 mm of thread.
from the thread hole e. Check that
the bobbin turns in the direction of
the arrow when the thread is pulled
at this time.
7-6. Sewing conditions and thread tension
Medium materials
Heavy materials
Use
Standard hook
Large hook
Standard hook
Large hook
←
#30 or
equivalent
#50 or
equivalent
←
Lower thread
#50 or
equivalent
#60 or
equivalent
Upper thread tension (N)
0.6 - 0.9
1.0 - 1.3
1.2 - 1.6
1.4 - 1.8
Lower thread tension (N)
0.2 - 0.3
←
0.2 - 0.3
←
Thread take-up spring height (mm)
6-8
←
6-8
←
Thread take-up spring tension (N)
0.15 - 0.35
←
0.4 - 0.6
←
Pre-tension (N)
0.1 - 0.3
←
0.3 - 0.5
←
Needle
DP × 5 #14
←
DP × 17NY #19
←
Upper thread
←
←
The sewing conditions given in the above table may need to be changed depending on the article being sewn.
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7. CORRECT USE
7-6-1. Guide to maximum sewing speed
<Standard hook>
Use
Max. sewing speed (rpm)
8 layers of denim
2,500
12 layers of denim
2,300
Ordinary materials
2,500
NOTE:
The thread may break due to heat under some sewing
conditions. If this happens, reduce the sewing speed, or
use the liquid cooling tank (option).
<Large hook>
Use
Max. sewing speed (rpm)
8 layers of denim
2,500
Ordinary materials
2,500
7-6-2. Lower thread tension
Adjust the thread tension to the weakest possible tension by turning the thread tension nut q until the bobbin case will not drop by its own weight while the
thread end coming out of the bobbin case is held.
Weaker
Stronger
q
0112Q
7-6-3. Upper thread tension
Turn the tension nut q (main tension) to adjust the
tension as appropriate for the material being sewn.
Furthermore, turn the thread nut w (sub-tension) to
adjust the remaining length of upper thread to 35 - 40
mm, when the thread take-up lever is not used.
w
Stronger
Weaker
Stronger
Weaker
q
0113Q
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7-6-4. Thread take-up spring height
Lower
7-6-5. Thread take-up spring tension
Higher
q
q
Stronger
Weaker
0114Q
Loosen the set screw q and turn the tensioner body
to adjust the thread take-up spring height.
0115Q
Turn the tension stud q with a screwdriver.
7-6-6. Adjusting arm thread guide R
Become greater
Become less
q
w
The standard position of arm thread guide Rq is the
position where the screw w is in the center of the
adjustable range for arm thread guide Rq.
To adjust the position, loosen the screw w and then
move arm thread guide Rq.
* When sewing thick material, move arm thread guide
Rq to the left. (The thread take-up amount will become greater.)
* When sewing thin material, move arm thread guide
Rq to the right. (The thread take-up amount will
become less.)
0116Q
7-6-7. Thread take-up amount
0117Q
[KE-434B]
w
Become less
Become greater
q
e
[KE-435B]
w
Loosen the screw q and move the stopper (3.57 nut)
w to adjust the operating angle of the thread take-up
solenoid e.
[KE-434B]
* To reduce the thread take-up amount, move the
stopper w upward.
* To increase the thread take-up amount, move the
stopper w downward.
[KE-435B]
* To reduce the thread take-up amount, move the
stopper w downward.
* To increase the thread take-up amount, move the
stopper w upward.
Become greater
Become less
e
q
0435Q
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8. SEWING
8. SEWING
CAUTION
Turn off the power switch at the following times, otherwise the machine may operate if the foot
switch is depressed by mistake, which could result in injury.
• Threading
• When replacing the needle
• When not using the machine and when leaving the machine unattended.
Do not touch any of the moving parts or press any objects against the machine while sewing, as
this may result in personal injury or damage to the machine.
Before starting sewing ......
• Check that the needle bar is at its highest position.
Turn the machine pulley so that the index mark q
on the pulley is between the marks w on the belt
cover.
* If the machine pulley stop position is incorrect,
error “E-50” may be displayed, or the wiper may
come into contact with the needle and break the
tip of the needle.
q
w
0118Q
1. Turn on the power switch.
(The POWER indicator will illuminate and the program number will flash in the display.)
2. Depress the foot switch to the 2nd step.
* For two-pedal foot switch, depress the start
switch (right side).
The feed mechanism will move to the starting
position and the work clamp will rise.
* Note that if the foot switch is pressed to the
2nd step while the display is illuminated, the
machine will start operating.
1st Step
2nd Step
0085Q
3. Place the material to be sewn under the work clamp
e, and then depress the foot switch.
When the foot switch is pressed to the 1st step,
the work clamp e will lower.
If you would like to shift the position of the material, release the foot switch. The work clamp e will
then rise again.
When the foot switch is pressed to the 2nd step,
the machine will start operating.
* Fot two-pedal foot switch, depress the work
clamp switch (left side) to lower the work clamp
before depressing the start switch (right side) in
order to start the machine.
e
0336Q
4. Once sewing is completed and the thread has been trimmed, feed will move automatically to the next
starting point and the work clamp e will rise.
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9. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
CAUTION
Turn off the power switch before carrying out cleaning, otherwise the machine may operate if the
foot switch is pressed by mistake, which could result in injury.
Be sure to wear protective goggles and gloves when handling the lubricating oil and grease, so
that they do not get into your eyes or onto your skin, otherwise inflammation can result.
Furthermore, do not drink the oil or eat the grease under any circumstances, as they can cause
vomiting and diarrhoea. Keep the oil out of the reach of children.
Wait until the motor has cooled down before cleaning the air holes.
The motor may be hot immediately after it has been used, and it may cause burns if touched.
9-1. Checking the needle
Always check that the tip of the needle is not broken
and also the needle is not bent before starting sewing.
0121Q
9-2. Cleaning the rotary hook
0122Q
e
w
1. Pull the shuttle race cover toward you to open it,
and then remove the bobbin case.
2. Open the setting claw q in the direction indicated
by the arrow, and then remove the shuttle race
body w and the shuttle hook e.
q
0123Q
3. Clean all the dust and thread ends from around
the driver r, the top of the rotary hook thread
guide and the shuttle race.
r
0124Q
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9. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
9-3. Lubrication
NOTE1:
NOTE2:
NOTE3:
NOTE4:
Fill the machine with oil when the oil level is down to about one-third full in the oil sight glass.
If oil is not added and the oil drops below this level, there is the danger that the machine may seize during
operation.
Be sure to let the machine operate for a while after adding the oil.
If there is no more oil on the felt of the shuttle race base, problems with sewing may result, so add oil to the felt
until it is slightly soaked.
Use only specified Brother oil (Nisseki Sewing Libe 10) for the machine oil.
0076Q
1. Fill the arm-side oil tank with oil.
* When setting up the sewing machine and when
it hasn’t been used for an extended period of
time, be sure to add 2-3 drops of oil at the place
indicated by the arrow.
2. Fill the bed-side oil tank with oil.
0325Q
3. Add oil to the felt q of the shuttle race base.
* When setting up the sewing machine and when
it hasn’t been used for an extended period of
time, be sure to add 2-3 drops oil to the felt.
q
0079Q
4. If using the liquid cooling tank w, fill it with silicon
oil (100 mm2/s).
w
0080Q
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9-4. Draining the oil
1. Remove and empty the waste oil container q
whenever it is full.
2. After emptying the waste oil container q, screw it
back into its original position.
q
0125Q
9-5. Cleaning the control box air inlet port
Use a vacuum cleaner to clean the filter in the air inlet
port w of the control box q at least once a month.
w
* If the machine is used while the air inlet port is
blocked, the inside of the control box will overheat.
When this happens, the overheating error code (“Ed0”) will be displayed and you will not be able to
operate the sewing machine.
q
0126Q
9-6. Cleaning the air holes of belt cover and frame side cover
Remove the belt cover q and the frame side cover w,
and then clean the air holes e.
After cleaning, install the belt cover q and the frame
side cover w.
* If dust collects in the air holes, it may cause the
motor to overheat. The air holes should be cleaned
at regular intervals.
In addition, be careful not to let any foreign matter
get into the air holes.
q
w
e
0127Q
9-7. Cleaning the eye guard
Wipe the eye guard clean with a soft cloth.
NOTE:
Do not use solvents such as kerosene or thinner to clean
the eye guard.
0128Q
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
CAUTION
Maintenance and inspection of the sewing
machine should only be carried out by a qualified technician.
Hold the machine head with both hands
when tilting it back or returning it to its original position. Furthermore, after tilting back
the machine head, do not push the face
plate side or the pulley side from above, as
this could cause the machine head to topple
over, which may result in personal injury or
damage to the machine.
Ask your Brother dealer or a qualified electrician to carry out any maintenance and inspection of the electrical system.
Turn off the power switch and disconnect the
power cord from the wall outlet at the following times, otherwise the machine may operate if the foot switch is depressed by mistake,
which could result in injury.
· When carrying out inspection, adjustment
and maintenance
· When replacing consumable parts such as
the rotary hook and knife
If the power switch and air need to be left
on when carrying out some adjustment, be
extremely careful to observe all safety precautions.
If any safety devices have been removed,
be absolutely sure to re-install them to their
original positions and check that they operate correctly before using the machine.
10-1. Adjusting the needle bar height
q
0129Q
0130Q
w
e
A
a
(DP × 5)
DP × 17
Turn the machine pulley to move the needle bar to the lowest position. Then remove the rubber plug w,
loosen the set screw e and then move the needle bar up or down to adjust so that the second reference line
from the bottom of the needle (reference line A) is aligned with the lower edge of the needle bar bush q.
* If using a DP × 5 needle, use the highest reference line (reference line a).
10-2. Adjusting the needle bar lift amount
0131Q
t
q
w
t
e
r
b
(DP × 5)
B
DP × 17
0132Q
t
y
e
0133Q
0134Q
Adjust the needle bar lift amount as described below so that the tip of the rotary hook is aligned with the
center of the needle when the machine pulley is turned to raise the needle bar from its lowest position until
the lowest reference line on the needle (reference line B) is aligned with the lower edge of the needle bar bush
q.
* If using a DP × 5 needle, use the second reference line from the top of the needle (reference line b).
1. Open the support w in the direction of the arrow, and remove the felt support e.
2. Loosen the screw r, and move the driver to adjust so that the tip of the rotary hook is aligned with the
needle center line.
* When returning the felt support e, place it as shown in the illustration so as not to clamp the felt t, and
then gently press the felt t and the wick y until they are at the same height as the rotary hook race.
* Return the support w to its original position.
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10-3. Adjusting the driver needle guard
Needle center line
Tip
q
e
0135Q
0136Q
w
0137Q
Turn the machine pulley to align the tip of the rotary hook with the needle center line. Then loosen the set
screw w and turn the eccentric shaft e to adjust so that the driver needle guard q contacts the needle.
If the needle contact pressure is too great, skipped stitches may occur. On the other hand, if the driver needle
guard q is not touching the needle, the tip of the inner rotary hook will obstruct the needle, resulting in an
excessively high amount of friction.
10-4. Adjusting the needle clearance
q
0.01 - 0.08 mm
0138Q
w
0139Q
Turn the machine pulley to align the tip of the rotary hook with the needle center line. Then loosen the set
screw q and turn the eccentric shaft w to adjust so that the clearance between the needle and the rotary hook
is 0.01 - 0.08 mm.
10-5. Adjusting the shuttle race thread guide
q
0140Q
Install the shuttle race thread guide q by pushing it in the direction of the arrow so that the needle groove is
aligned with the center of the needle plate hole.
NOTE:
If the shuttle race thread guide is in the wrong position, thread breakages, soiled thread or catching of the thread may
occur.
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10-6. Adjusting the thread take-up amount
0141Q
0117Q
[KE-434B]
Thread take-up amount (stroke)
q
e
Become less
Become greater
w
[KE-435B]
r
e
q
Become greater
Become less
r
w
0435Q
At the time of shipment from the factory, the thread take-up amount (stroke) of the thread take-up lever q is
set to the standard setting of 5 mm. You may need to adjust this setting depending on the sewing conditions
to prevent the thread from pulling out at the sewing start.
■ Adjustment method
Loosen the screw w and move the stopper (3.57 nut) e to adjust the operating angle of the thread take-up
solenoid r.
[KE-434B]
* To reduce the thread take-up amount, move the stopper e upward.
* To increase the thread take-up amount, move the stopper e downward.
[KE-435B]
* To reduce the thread take-up amount, move the stopper e downward.
* To increase the thread take-up amount, move the stopper e upward.
NOTE:
Do not increase the stroke of the thread take-up lever any more than is necessary.
If the sub-thread tension is too high, the needle thread length may become too short and the thread may come out of
the needle. Furthermore, if the sub-thread tension is too weak, the needle thread length may become too long and the
underside of the article being sewn may become untidy.
10-7. Adjusting the movable knife
q
B
A
e
w
0143Q
0142Q
Loosen the nut w and move the connecting rod lever e to the left or right to adjust so that the V section A is
aligned with the index mark B on the needle plate when the sewing machine is in the stopped position and
the movable knife q is pushed to the machine pulley side so that there is no play.
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10-7-1. Replacing the movable knife and fixed knife
q
w
t
e
u
y
r
t
0338Q
0145Q
1. Open the large shuttle hook cover, remove the bolts q and the feed plate w.
2. Remove the two screws e and the two screws r, and then remove the needle plate t.
3. Remove the thread trimmer connecting rod y from the connecting rod lever pin u.
!1
i
!2
!0
o
0.5 mm
o
0147Q
0146Q
4. Remove the movable knife i and replace it with a new one. At this time, check that the movable knife i
and the fixed knife o cut the thread cleanly. If necessary, adjust by using the appropriate movable knife
washer !0 (supplied as accessories).
* Apply grease to the outside of the collar !1 at this time.
5. Install the fixed knife o at a distance of 0.5 mm from the needle hole plate !2.
6. Place the thread trimming connecting rod y onto the connecting rod lever pin u, and then install to the
needle plate t.
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10-7-2. Adjusting the engagement of the movable knife and fixed knife
0149Q
Fig. 1
B
A
Movable knife
D
C
Cutting
edge
Fix knife
Cutting
edge
Cutting
edge
Cutting
edge
0150Q
0148Q
A. After the movable knife and fixed knife are properly engaged, tighten the screw as shown in Fig.1.
B. Turn the movable knife (in the direction of the arrow) while the screw is still tightened.
C. Loosen the screw.
D. Turn the movable knife (in the direction of the arrow) while the screw is still loosened.
Repeat above steps A, B, C and D four or five times to maintain the cutting performance of the knife.
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10-8. Adjusting the work clamp lift amount
The maximum work clamp lift amount is 17 mm (25
mm for pneumatic, 17 mm for machines with inner
clamping device) from the top of the needle plate.
The lift amount is adjusted as shown in the table at
the time of shipment.
Uses
Medium
materials
Heavy
materials
Lift amount
10 +10 mm
14 +10 mm
[Solenoid type]
r
w
q
e
17 mm max.
0340Q
0339Q
To adjust the work clamp lift amount, loosen the bolt q and move the presser arm lever plate w up or down.
* If movement is sluggish when the work clamp e is being raised and lowered, it may not be possible to
increase the work clamp e lift amount.
Apply grease to the bottom of the presser plate r to the top of the presser arm lever plate w and to the
sliding part of the work clamp e (grease is already applied at the time of shipment), and check that the
movement becomes easier.
* If the work clamp e cannot be raised or lowered, error code “E-61” or “E-63” will be displayed.
* Check that there is a gap between the presser arm lever plate w and the presser plate r when the work
clamp e is lowered.
[Pneumatic type]
w
r
e
q
25 mm max.
(17 mm max. for machines
with inner clamping device)
0341Q
1. Raise the work clamp q and loosen the screws w.
2. Adjust the work clamp lift by moving the presser levers e and r up and down and then tighten the screws
w.
* If movement is sluggish when the work clamp q is being raised and lowered, it may not be possible to
increase the work clamp q lift amount.
Apply grease to the sliding part of the work clamp q (grease is already applied at the time of shipment),
and check that the movement becomes easier.
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10-9. Work clamp interchangeability
0342Q
e
w
The BAS-311E work clamp can also be used with the
KE-434B, 435B.
Replace the feed bar guide cover q with the feed bar
guide cover assembly, LL w (optional).
Then, change the installation position for the presser
arm assembly e from the standard installation position A to installation position B.
B
q
A
■ To use the BAS-311E work clamp and the KE-434B
(B434E), KE-435B work clamp interchangeably
t
Use the optional work clamp 434EMK2 air t with
the KE-434B (B434E), KE-435B work clamp.
It can then be used interchangeably with the BAS311E work clamp y at installation position B.
r
y
0474Q
10-10. Adjusting the needle up stop position
The needle up stop position is adjusted so that the
index mark w on the machine pulley q is inside the
mark r on the belt cover e.
If adjustment is necessary, loosen the screw t at the
“U” mark of the machine pulley q and adjust the position of the machine pulley q. The machine pulley q
stops later if it is turned clockwise, and it stops earlier
if it is turned counterclockwise.
D
e
r
U
q
w
t
y
u
NOTE:
The screw y at the “D” mark is an adjusting screw for
the needle down detection function and is adjusted to
match the feed timing, so it should not be loosened.
The screw u is a screw for detecting the machine stop
position, and should not be loosened.
* If the index mark w is not inside the mark r when
the sewing machine is started, error code “E-50”
will be displayed. Turn the machine pulley to move
the index mark w to the correct position and then
start the sewing machine.
0163Q
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10-11. Adjusting the thread wiper
[Solenoid type]
0165Q
0167Q
w
e
r
q
t
2 ± 0.5 mm
Approx.
20 mm
0166Q
0164Q
1. Loosen the set screw w and move the wiper arm support e up or down to adjust so that the clearance
between the top of the thread wiper and the needle point q is 2 ± 0.5 mm when the thread wiper is aligned
with the center of the needle.
* Before carrying out this adjustment, check that the needle bar is lowered 5 to 5.5 mm from the needle up
stop position when the sewing machine stops.
2. Loosen the screw r and move the thread guide connecting plate t up or down so that the thread wiper is
approximately 20 mm from the needle when it is at the standby position.
[Pneumatic type]
0165Q
0343Q
t
w
e
r
q
2 ± 0.5 mm
Approx.
30 mm
0164Q
0166Q
1. Loosen the set screw w and move the wiper arm support e up or down to adjust so that the clearance
between the top of the thread wiper and the needle point q is 2 ± 0.5 mm when the thread wiper is aligned
with the center of the needle.
* Before carrying out this adjustment, check that the needle bar is lowered 5 to 5.5 mm from the needle up
stop position when the sewing machine stops.
2. Loosen the two bolts r and move the wiper solenoid cover t up or down so that the thread wiper is
approximately 30 mm from the needle when it is at the standby position.
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10-12. Checking the input sensor and DIP switch input
POWER
q
P
PROGRAM NO.
P1
P2
P3
P4
X-SCALE
e
RESET
Y-SCALE
SPEED
w
TEST
BOBBIN.WIND
COUNTER
r
SELECT
t
0580Q
1. When the X-SCALE indicator q is illuminated and the RESET switch e is pressed while the TEST switch w
is being pressed, the state of the X home position signal will appear on the display window r.
· When sensor is ON
· When sensor is OFF
0169Q
0170Q
2. Each time the SELECT switch t is pressed, a different indicator will illuminate and the operating condition
for the corresponding item will appear on the display window r.
· When X-SCALE indicator is illuminated ...... X home position sensor (ON when home position detected)
· When Y-SCALE indicator is illuminated ...... Y home position sensor (ON when home position detected)
· When SPEED indicator is illuminated ......... Synchronizer ( * 1)
· When COUNTER indicator is illuminated ... Presser sensor (ON when presser is lowered) ... For solenoid
specification
*1 The synchronizer display simultaneously displays the needle up signal (3rd digit), the 24-section signal
(2nd digit) and the needle down signal (1st digit).
[ H L L]
“H” when the sensor is on, and “L” when the sensor is off
Needle down signal
24-section signal
Needle up signal
If the DIP switches at the side of the operation panel are changed at this time, the number of the DIP switch
which was changed will be displayed in the 4th digit position of the display window r for about one
second.
NOTE:
The DIP switch can be changed at this time without turning off the power so that you can check the DIP switch input.
However, you should normally always turn off the power when changing DIP switch settings.
3. Press the TEST switch w again to return the display to the normal condition.
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10-13. Checking the input voltage
0582Q
P
PROGRAM NO.
POWER
P1
P2
P3
P4
X-SCALE
w
r
RESET
Y-SCALE
SPEED
e
TEST
t
COUNTER
BOBBIN.WIND
SELECT
q
Specifications
Display
200V
[090 - 110]
220V
[100 - 120]
230V
[105 - 125]
100V
380V
400V
415V
[100 - 120]
Notes
“100” is displayed when the input voltage is 200 V.
“110” is displayed when the input voltage is
100V (for 100-V specs.), 380V (for 380-V specs.),
400V (for 400-V specs.) or 415V (for 415-V specs.).
1.
2.
3.
4.
Turn on the power switch.
Press the SELECT switch q until the Y-SCALE indicator w illuminates.
While pressing the TEST switch e, press the RESET switch r.
If the input voltage is normal, the input voltage conditions will be shown in the display window t as
indicated in the table above.
5. Press the TEST switch e again to return the display to the normal condition.
10-14. Clearing all memory settings
If the sewing machine stops operating normally, the cause may be that an incorrect memory setting may have
been made by means of the memory switch, for instance. In such cases, carry out the following procedure to
clear the memory, and also check the DIP switch settings.
[ Method ]
While pressing the RESET switch, turn on the power. This will clear all of the memory setting.
NOTE:
This operation causes memory switches to be returned to their initial settings, and user program setting to be cleared.
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10-15. Moving stitch patterns
•
•
Programs which have already been programmed can be moved up, down and to the left and right. (However, such patterns will be reset if the power supply is turned off or the program number is changed.)
The feed position can be set to the any position desired.
w
P
POWER
r
RESET
i
P1
P2
P3
P4
X-SCALE
Y-SCALE
SPEED
t
e
u
PROGRAM NO.
TEST
BOBBIN.WIND
COUNTER
y
SELECT
o
q
0583Q
1. Select the program number, and then press the start switch once to move the feed mechanism to the
sewing start position.
2. Press the SELECT switch q until the PROGRAM NO. indicator w illuminates.
3. While pressing the TEST switch e, press the RESET switch r.
* The TEST indicator t will illuminate and < > will appear in the display window y.
4. Press the SELECT switch q so that either the X-SCALE indicator u or Y-SCALE indicator i illuminates.
5. Press the DISPLAY SET switches o to move the feed mechanism one pulse at a time.
• If the DISPLAY SET ( ) switch is pressed while the X-SCALE indicator is illuminated, the feed mechanism will move to the left.
• If the DISPLAY SET ( ) switch is pressed while the X-SCALE indicator is illuminated, the feed mechanism will move to the right.
• If the DISPLAY SET ( ) switch is pressed while the Y-SCALE indicator is illuminated, the feed mechanism will move down.
• If the DISPLAY SET ( ) switch is pressed while the Y-SCALE indicator is illuminated, the feed mechanism will move up.
6. When the TEST switch e is pressed after the above fine adjustments have been made, the TEST indicator
t and display window y will both switch off and movement of the stitch pattern will be completed.
NOTE:
When moving the stitch pattern, take the whole of the pattern area into consideration so that no parts extend outside
the sewing area when the pattern is sewn.
* If you would like to set the feed position to a desired position, carry out steps 2. to 6. above while the display window
y is flashing. The stitch pattern will not be moved at this time.
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10-16. Adjustment of air pressure (for pneumatic)
0027Q
Increase pressure
y
Increase pressure
w
q
t
u
1. Air pressure should be 0.5 Mpa.
The air pressure can be adjusted by pulling up and
turning the control knob w on the integrator q.
After adjustment is complete, push the control
knob w downward to lock it.
2. Adjust the air pressure for the reversal cylinder to
stay within such a range that the presser crank r
rotates reversely when pressing the sewing material with the pressure plate e. (Approx. 0.3 Mpa)
For adjustment, pull up and, turn the control knob
y on the air regulator t.
After adjustment is complete, push the control
knob y downward to lock it.
3. If water stands in the bottle of the integrator q,
turn the drain cock u in the direction indicated by
an arrow to drain the water.
r
e
0028Q
10-17. Adjustment of inner clamping device
w
r
t
q
e
(B)
■ Adjustment of the positioning plates
Loosen the screws w, and adjust the position of the
positioning plate R e so that the label q can be
evenly laid out between the front and back seams
(A).
Next, loosen the screws r, and adjust the position
of the positioning plate L t so that the presser plate
can be evenly laid out between the left and right
seams (B).
(A)
(B)
(A)
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■ Adjustment of the presser crank horizontal position
Loosen the nut e and push in or pull out the adjusting bolt r so that the presser crank w can be
horizontal when the reversal cylinder piston rod q
is moved to the left extreme.
q
e
w
r
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10. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS
10-18. Work clamp adjustment (KE-435B)
Turn the pulley to hand to lower the work clamp to the down position, and then proceed with the steps below.
1. Loosen screw q , set the bottom of the work clamp
w lightly against the work piece, and then tighten
screw q.
NOTE:
If the work clamp is lowered too far, the work piece
will shift when sewing. Also, if the work clamp is too
high, skipped stitches may occur.
r
2. Turn the pulley by hand, and mark sure the needle
enters the center of the needle hole in the work
clamp w. If the needle is not aligned with the center of the needle hole, remove cap e, loosen screw
r, and turn the work camp (presser bar) to adjust.
e
q
w
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10-19. Changing the work clamp lift (KE-435B)
Standerd work clamp lift is 3 mm (max. 8 mm).
e
o
t
3 - 5 mm
Increase
i
Decrease
y
w
u
r
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0.5 - 1 mm
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■ Adjusting work clamp lift to 3 - 5 mm
1. Loosen the screw w and open the stepping cover e.
2. Loosen the nut r and adjust the stepping work clamp connecting rod t position.
* When the stepping work clamp connecting rod is raised, the lift will increase. When lowered, the lift will
decrease.
■ Adjusting work clamp lift to 5 - 8 mm
1. Turn the upper shaft to set the work clamp to its lowest point. Loosen the screw o of stepping work clamp
arm (R) i. Adjust the clearance between the presser bar lifter y and the presser ber bush u to 0.5 - 1 mm.
2. Loosen the nut r and adjust the stepping work clamp connecting rod t position.
* When the stepping work clamp connecting rod is raised, the lift will increase. When lowered, the lift will
decrease.
!4
!3
!1
!2
■ If vertical movement of the work clamp is not required
1. Remove the face plate !0.
2. Remove the stud screw !1 and re-attach the stepping connecting rod !2 to the upper screw hole !4
of the stepping work clamp arm (F) !3.
!0
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11. USING THE COUNTERS
11. USING THE COUNTERS
11-1. Using the bobbin thread counter
If you use the bobbin thread counter to set the number of articles which can be sewn with the amount of
bobbin thread available, you can stop the bobbin thread running out in the middle of sewing a pattern.
1. Press the SELECT switch q until the COUNTER
indicator w illuminates.
2. While pressing the TEST switch e, press the RESET switch r.
* The COUNTER indicator w will flash and the
counter will switch to bobbin thread counter setting mode.
P PROGRAM NO.
P1
P2
3. Press the DISPLAY SET switches t to set the numPOWER
X-SCALE
ber of articles to be sewn.
• The bobbin thread counter can be set to sew a
P3
P4
r
RESET
Y-SCALE
number of articles from one (“0001”) through to
9999 (“9999”).
SPEED
w
If the bobbin thread counter is set to “0000”,
e
TEST
y
COUNTER
sewing is carried out without the number of articles sewn being counted.
• If you press the RESET switch r while setting
SELECT
BOBBIN.WIND
the bobbin thread counter, the setting will return
t
to “0000”.
q
4. Press the TEST switch e.
* The number displayed in the display window y
will then be stored as the bobbin thread counter
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setting.
5. Each time the sewing of a single article is completed, the number being displayed in the display window y
will become smaller. When the number of articles set by the bobbin thread counter have all been sewn,
“0000” will be displayed in the display window y, and an alarm will start sounding continuously.
* The sewing machine will not operate during this time, even if the foot switch is depressed.
6. Replace the bobbin, and then press the RESET switch r.
* The alarm will then stop sounding, and the number which was set in step 3. above will be re-displayed in
the display window y.
11-2. Using the production counter
The production counter can be displayed in the display window y separately from the bobbin thread counter.
P
PROGRAM NO.
POWER
P1
P2
P3
P4
X-SCALE
r
RESET
Y-SCALE
w
SPEED
e
TEST
BOBBIN.WIND
t
COUNTER
y
SELECT
u
q
1. Press the SELECT switch q until the SPEED indicator w illuminates.
2. While pressing the TEST switch e, press the RESET switch r.
* The COUNTER indicator t and the SPEED indicator w will illuminate, and the production
counter will be displayed in the display window
y.
• Press the RESET switch r to reset the production counter to “0000”.
• You can also press the DISPLAY SET switches
u to set the production counter to the desired
value.
3. When the foot switch is depressed, the sewing machine will start sewing.
4. If you press the TEST switch e or the SELECT
switch q, the display will return to showing the
bobbin thread counter.
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12. CHANGING FUNCTIONS USING THE DIP SWITCHES
12. CHANGING FUNCTIONS USING THE DIP SWITCHES
12-1. Operation panel DIP switches
The functions shown in the table below can be
changed by means of these DIP switches q.
* All DIP switches are set to OFF at the time of shipment.
NOTE:
Always turn off the power before setting the DIP
switches.
q
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Motion when set to ON
Switch
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DIPA-1
Presser does not automatically lift after sewing
is completed.
DIPA-2
Pedal mode is switched.
DIPA-3
User program mode is available.
DIPA-4
–
DIPA-5
The presser does not rise automatically when a split is found.
DIPA-6
Displays the enlargement/reduction ratio in millimeter units instead of as a
percentage. (After changing this setting, be sure to carry out the auto-clear
operation by referring to page 43.)
DIPA-7
Enlargement of pattern size is not available.
DIPA-8
Program number is fixed.
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See “14. Setting the presser
mode”
12. CHANGING FUNCTIONS USING THE DIP SWITCHES
12-2. DIP switches inside the control box
DANGER
Wait at least 5 minutes after turning off the power switch and disconnecting the power cord from
the wall outlet before opening the face plate of the control box. Touching areas where high voltages are present can result in severe injury.
The functions can be changed as shown in the table
below by changing the positions of the DIP switches
q.
* All DIP switches are set to OFF at the time of shipment.
NOTE:
When opening the cover, hold it securely so that it does
not fall down.
q
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Switch
Motion when set to ON
DIPB-1
First two stitches are sewn at a low speed of 260 rpm.
DIPB-2
Last two stitches are sewn at a low speed of 260 rpm.
DIPB-3
–
DIPB-4
Last two stitches are sewn at a low speed of 700 rpm.
DIPB-5
First two stitches are sewn at a low speed of 400 rpm.
DIPB-6
Low speed sewing is not performed at the start of sewing.
DIPB-7
The motor operates in reverse when the upper shaft stops, to return the needle
bar to close to its highest position. *NOTE
DIPB-8
–
*NOTE:
When the motor operates in reverse to raise the needle, the thread take-up will stop at a position which is lower than
its normal stopping position. As a result, the thread take-up will rise slightly at the sewing start, and this may result in
the thread pulling out under certain conditions.
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12-3. Using user programs
User program ...
It can store sixteen different programs which can include details such as the program number, X scale, Y
scale and sewing speed. If you are sewing certain patterns over and over again, it is useful to record the
settings for these patterns into a user program.
Recording a user program
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1. Turn off the power switch and then set DIP switch
A-3 of the DIP switches q to ON.
r
POWER
2. Turn on the power switch.
While pressing the TEST switch w, press the SELECT switch e.
* All of the menu indicators (r to i) will illuminate and the
mode will switch to recording mode.
* In addition, “PP 1” will appear in the display window o to
indicate that user program No.1 is being recorded. (Once
recording of No.1 is completed, No.2 will be displayed; once
No.2 is completed, No.3 will be displayed. Thus the next
unrecorded program letter is always displayed.)
!2
RESET
t
P
PROGRAM NO.
y
Y-SCALE
u
w
TEST
BOBBIN.WIND
P1
P2
P3
P4
!1
X-SCALE
SPEED
i
o
COUNTER
SELECT
!0
e
q
3. Press the SELECT switch e.
* The PROGRAM NO. indicator r will illuminate.
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4. Press the DISPLAY SET switches !0 to select the number for the program that you would like to record.
5. Press the SELECT switch e.
* The X-SCALE indicator t will illuminate.
6. Press the DISPLAY SET swithes !0 to select the X scale setting that you would like to record.
7. Press the SELECT switch e.
* The Y-SCALE indicator y will illuminate.
8. Press the DISPLAY SET switches !0 to select the Y scale setting that you would like to record.
9. Press the SELECT switch e.
* The SPEED indicator u will illuminate.
10. Press the DISPLAY SET switches !0 to select the speed setting that you would like to record.
11. Press the SELECT switch e.
* This completes the recording of user program No.1.
* “PP 2” will then appear in the display window o, to indicate that user program No.2 is now being recorded.
Repeat steps 3. through to 11. to record further programs as desired.
12. Press the TEST switch w. This completes the recording.
* The menu indicators (e to i) will all illuminate and “p1” will appear in the display to indicate that user program No.1 is currently
selected.
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Using a user program
1. Press the DISPLAY SET switches !0 to select the speed program number for the user program that you
would like to use.
*The user program except P16 can also be selected using the user program switches !1. (See below.)
2. Depress the foot switch to the second step.
3. Check the sewing pattern (see P.24), and then sew the pattern selected.
* P1 to P4 can be selected using the P1 to P4 user program switches !1. P5 to P15 can be selected by pressing
the P1 to P4 switches together in various combinations as shown below.
(P5 to P15 functions are valid if the main PROM version is “MN-F” or later.)
The switches with solid lines are valid switches for selection.
To select P5
To select P6
To select P7
To select P8
To select P9
To select P10
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
P3
P4
P3
P4
P3
P4
P3
P4
P3
P4
P3
P4
To select P11
To select P12
To select P13
To select P14
To select P15
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
P1
P2
P3
P4
P3
P4
P3
P4
P3
P4
P3
P4
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Clearing the user programs
1. Switch the machine to recording mode by the procedure in steps 2. of recording a user program.
2. Use the DISPLAY SET switches !0 to specify the user program number which is to be cleared of data.
3. Press the RESET switch !2.
* The buzzer will sound and the user program with the number selected will be cleared.
* If you press and hold the RESET switch !2 until after the buzzer has sounded twice, all user programs
will be cleared.
NOTE:
If data has been recorded in user programs P1, P2, P3 and P4 and you then clear the data in user program P2, the
contents of P3 will be transferred to P2, and the contents of P4 will be transferred to P3.
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13. CHANGING SPECIAL FUNCTIONS USING THE MEMORY SWITCHES
13. CHANGING SPECIAL FUNCTIONS USING THE MEMORY SWITCHES
The functions of the switches on the operation panel q can be changed to carry out special functions.
NOTE:
After changing the memory switch settings, press the power switch to turn the power off and then back on again.
1. Turn on the power switch.
2. While pressing the TEST switch w, press the BOBBIN. WIND switch e.
* “00 - - ” will appear in the display window r.
3. Press the DISPLAY SET switches t to set the two
digits at the left of the display window r to the
corresponding number (00 to 4F) of the function
shown in the table below that you would like to
select.
4. When the BOBBIN. WIND switch e is pressed, the
two spaces at the right in the display window will
change from “ - - ” to “ON”.
* If you press the RESET switch y at this time,
memory switches will be returned to their initial
settings (factory default settings).
5. Press the TEST switch w.
* The display will return to normal.
q
P
PROGRAM NO.
POWER
P1
P2
P3
P4
X-SCALE
y
RESET
Y-SCALE
SPEED
w
e
TEST
BOBBIN.WIND
r
COUNTER
SELECT
t
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■ Memory switches 00 - 0F
Switch
Motion when set to ON
Initial value
Solenoid Pneumatic
memo-00
At the end of sewing, the feed plate will be returned to the sewing start
point via mechanical home position.
--
--
memo-01
Work clamp will move to the sewing start point, and then will be lifted.
ON
ON
memo-02
Feed will move automatically to the next starting point at the same time as
a user program is switched.
(Normally it moves to the starting point after sewing starts.)
--
--
memo-03
When sewing using programs, the programs which have been set will be
sewn in numerical order. (Cycle sewing mode is set.)
--
--
memo-04
The sewing speed will be fixed at the minimum speed for the maximum
pitch of the sewing data. (Set this to ON if you are concerned that
vartations in pitch may cause changes in the sewing speed.)
--
--
memo-05
Increases the presser solenoid lifting force (Set to ON when using the
optional spring for extra-heavy material)
*1
--
memo-06
memo-07
memo-08
Enlargement and reduction ratio settings for X and Y become the same.
The inner clamping device can be used with pneumatic specifications.
Test feeding is carried out stitch by stitch when the foot switch is depressed.
----
-*2
--
memo-09
The sewing start point becomes the reference point for enlargements and
reductions. (The reference point for enlargements and reductions is
normally the center of the sewing frame.)
--
--
memo-0A
memo-0b
memo-0c
–
–
Needle stops in up position during emergency stop.
----
----
memo-0d
The bar tacking stitches (with a pitch of less than 1 mm) are also enlarged
and reduced. (Normally stitches with a pitch of less than 1 mm are not
enlarged or reduced.)
--
--
memo-0E
Test feeding will be performed at the same speed as that for actual sewing.
(This is used for checking feeding operation.)
--
--
memo-0F
After sewing is finished, the work clamp automatically opens and closes
once (practice operation).
--
--
*1 ON for solenoid/heavy material specifications, and “--” for solenoid/medium material specifications
*2 ON when the inner clamping device is being used, and “--” at other times
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■ Memory switches 10 - 1F
Motion when set to ON
Switch
Initial value
Solenoid Pneumatic
memo-10
memo-11
–
--
--
memo-12
Pneumatic wiper can be used. (Pneumatic wiper is available by special
order.)
--
--
memo-13
The inner clamping device moves forward at the 1/4-way mark and returns
at the 3/4-way mark for the pattern being sewn.
--
--
memo-14
Solenoid wiper can be used.
--
ON
memo-15
When using the inner clamping device, shunting to prevent interference
between the inner clamping device and the needle is not carried out after
the sewing end.
--
--
memo-16
Needle cooler output is enabled. (Needle cooler is available by special
order.)
--
--
memo-17
memo-18
memo-19
memo-1A
Thread take-up device is not operated at the sewing end.
Thread take-up device operates one stitch before the sewing end.
For solenoid specifications, presser position errors are not detected.
Needle up stop position errors are not detected.
-----
-----
memo-1b
Presser can be moved up and down before the home position is detected.
(Normally the presser cannot be moved up and down until after the home
position has been detected.)
--
--
memo-1c
–
--
--
memo-1d
For pneumatic specifications, the air pressure detection switch is enabled.
(The air pressure sensor is a special-order option.)
--
--
memo-1E
memo-1F
Errors can be reset using the EMERGENCY STOP switch.
Thread is not trimmed when an emergency stop occurs during sewing.
---
---
■ Memory switches 20 - 2F
Switch
Motion when set to ON
Initial value
Solenoid Pneumatic
memo-20
Machine head from previous B430E series is used. (Only the operation
panel and box are KE series.)
--
--
memo-21
Rotating-type thread breakage detector operates. (Device is available by
special order.)
--
--
memo-22
During thread breakage detection, sensitivity is decreased from 8 to 14
stitches at the sewing start. (Sensitivity during sewing is three stitches.)
--
--
memo-23
When DIP switch A-8 is simultaneously ON, setting values changed using
the operation panel are ignored.
--
--
memo-24
memo-2F
–
--
--
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■ Memory switches 30 - 4F
30 to 4F are set by entering two-digit values.
These values are incremented using the P2 switch, and decremented using the P4 switch.
Switch
Possible setting range
Units
Initial value
memo-30
0 - 99
mm
99
Limits the maximum area in the horizontal direction (X)
(If the value is set to 99, the maximum length allowed
will be 100 mm.)
Explanation
memo-31
0 - 60
mm
60
Limits the maximum area in the vertical direction (Y)
memo-32
12 - 25
× 100rpm
25
Changes the maximum sewing speed.
memo-33
1 - 10
× 7.5°
5
Changes the feed timing
1 (Fast) ←5 (Standard) →10 (Slow)
memo-34
0-5
Needle
0
The (Setting value + 1) number of stitches are sewn at the
speed set by memo-35 at the sewing start. (No low-speed
sewing if set to 0)
memo-35
3-9
× 100rpm
4
Changes the sewing start speed for the number of
stitches specified by memo-34.
memo-36
—
—
—
—
memo-37
1 - 20
× 7.5°
10
Changes the feed timing one stitch before the sewing end.
1 (Fast) ←10 (Standard)→20 (Slow)
memo-38
1 - 20
× 7.5°
10
Changes the feed timing two stitches before the sewing end.
memo-39
1 - 20
× 7.5°
10
Changes the feed timing for the third stitch at the sewing start.
memo-3A
1 - 20
× 7.5°
10
Changes the feed timing for the second stitch at the sewing start.
memo-3b
1 - 20
× 7.5°
10
Changes the feed timing for the first stitch at the sewing start.
memo-3c
memo-3F
—
—
—
—
memo-40
1-5
—
4
Changes the test feeding speed (with no material).
1 (Fast) ←→5 (Slow)
memo-41*
1 - 99
× 10ms
10
memo-42
0 - 10
—
Changes the standby time after the stepping foot is
raised.
Changes the work clamp operating mode for pneumatic
specifications. Refer to “14. Setting the work clamp
mode” for details on the setting values.
When set to “0”, the mode is selected according to the
settings for DIP switches A-1 and A-2.
Specification with inner clamping device
0
5
memo-43
1-3
—
memo-44
0-3
—
3
0
1
memo-45
memo-4F
—
—
—
Changes the allowable speed/sewing pitch.
1 (Fast) ←→3 (Standard)
Changes the path taken when moving from the machine
home position to the start position.
0: Across inside of work clamp 1: Top-left 2: Bottom-left
3: Bottom-right
Specification with inner clamping device
(Does not pass across inside of clamp)
—
* KE-435B only.
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13-1. Using the cycle sewing function
What is the cycle sewing function?
The cycle sewing function lets you program up to four patterns for cycle sewing of patterns in a predeter
mined order.
Recording a cycle sewing program
q
1. Set DIP switch q-3 to ON, and then record the
patterns which you would like to use for cycle
sewing. (Refer to “12-3. Using user programs”.)
* Cycle sewing cannot be performed using patterns (P1 to P16)
which have not had a user program assigned.
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2. Set the memo-03 switch to ON. (Refer to page 52
for how to do this.)
o
r
3. While pressing the TEST switch w, press the SELECT switch e.
* All of the menu indicators (r to i) will illuminate and the
mode will switch to recording mode.
POWER
!2
RESET
t
P
4. Press the P1 switch o.
• “Pc 1” will appear in the display window !0 to
indicate that cycle sewing program No. 1 is being recorded.
TEST
BOBBIN.WIND
P1
P2
P3
P4
X-SCALE
y
Y-SCALE
u
w
PROGRAM NO.
SPEED
i
COUNTER
!0
SELECT
!1
e
* Programs P2, P3 and P4 switches can also be used for programming.
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5. Press the SELECT switch e. *The PROGRAM No. indicator r will illuminate and “1- -” will appear in the display window !0.
6. Press the DISPLAY SET switches !1 to select the number for the user program that you would like to
record.
7. Press the SELECT switch e. *“2- -” will appear in the display window !0.
8. Press the DISPLAY SET switches !1 to select the number for the user program that you would like to
record.
9. Repeat steps 5. and 6. to record all programs which you would like to include for cycle sewing.
* After “9- -” is displayed, “A- -”, “b- -”, “c- -”, “d- -”, “E- -” and “F- -” will be displayed in that order so that up to the 15th pattern can
be recorded.
* If you would like to return to a previous number during the recording procedure, press the P1 switch so that “Pc 1” is displayed, and
then return to step 4.
10. Press the TEST switch w.
• This completes the setting of cycle sewing program No. 1.
* The menu indicators (r to i) will all illuminate and “c1-1” will appear in the display window !0 to indicate that the cycle sewing
program No.1 is currently selected.
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Using a cycle sewing program
1. When “c1-1” is flashing in the display window !0, press the foot switch to the second step.
2. Start sewing.
3. “c1-1”, “c1-2”, “c1-3” are sewn in order for each article, and when the last-recorded pattern has been
sewn, the display returns to “c1-1".
* If you press one of the DISPLAY SET switches !1 when “c1-*” is displayed, you can return to the previous stitch pattern or skip a
stitch pattern.
* If you press the SELECT switch e when “c1-*” is displayed, you can check the contents of the recorded user program.
Clearing a cycle sewing program
1. Switch the machine to recording mode by the procedure in step 3. of recording a user program.
2. Use one of the P* switches (user program switches) to specify which cycle sewing program to clear.
* Press the P1 switch o if you would like to clear cycle sewing program No. 1. (“Pc 1” will be displayed.)
3. Press the RESET switch !2.
* The recorded contents of the specified cycle sewing program will then be cleared.
* If you press and hold the RESET switch !2 until after the buzzer has sounded twice, all cycle sewing programs will be cleared.
NOTE:
If you clear a user program after any cycle sewing programs have been recorded, all recorded cycle sewing programs
will also be cleared.
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14. SETTING THE WORK CLAMP MODE
14. SETTING THE WORK CLAMP MODE
14-1. Setting solenoid work clamp mode
Through the combination of DIP switches A-1 and A-2 on the operation panel, presser motions can be set as
follows:
DIPA-1
DIPA-2
Pedal specifications
Raising the presser at the sewing end
–
–
Single pedal
Presser is raised automatically. (factory default settings)
ON
–
Single pedal
Presser is raised by pressing the pedal.
–
ON
Two pedals
Presser is raised automatically, then it is lowered by
pressing the pedal.
ON
ON
Two pedals
Presser is kept lifted while the presser pedal is pressed.
14-2. Setting pneumatic work clamp mode
Through the combination of DIP switches A-1 and A-2 on the operation panel, presser motions can be set as
follows:
■ When memo-42 = 0 (initial value for all specifications other than inner clamping specifications)
DIPA-1
DIPA-2
Pedal specifications
–
ON
Single pedal
Presser is raised automatically.
ON
ON
Single pedal
Presser is raised by pressing the pedal.
–
–
Two pedals
Presser is raised automatically, then it is lowered by
pressing the pedal. (factory default settings)
ON
–
Two pedals
Presser is kept lifted while the presser pedal is pressed.
Raising the presser at the sewing end
■ Special memo-42 settings for pneumatic specifications
Pedal specification
Raising the presser at the sewing end
5
Two pedals
Left presser drops when presser pedal is at the 1st step, and right presser
drops when presser pedal is at the 2nd step.
Raising is carried out in the reverse order.
* Initial value for inner clamping specifications only
* Setting used when using the light work clamp function (Refer to “14-3.
Light work clamp”.)
6
Two pedals
Right presser drops when presser pedal is at the 1st step, and left presser
drops when presser pedal is at the 2nd step.
Raising is carried out in the reverse order.
7
Two pedals
The left/right operating sequence changes alternately for each item sewn
when using two-pedal operation.
Starts with right → left.
8
Three pedals
(Option)
The left pedal is used to raise and lower the left presser, and the right
(center) pedal is used to raise and lower the right presser.
The start (right) pedal is used to start sewing.
Furthermore, when DIP switch A-2 is at ON, and if one presser is already
lowered, pressing the start pedal causes the other presser to be lowered
and then sewing starts.
9
Two pedals
When the presser pedal is depressed to the 1st step, both left and right
pressers are raised simultaneously.
When it is pressed to the 2nd step, sewing starts.
10
Two pedals
When the start pedal is depressed, both left and right pressers are
lowered simultaneously.
When the start pedal is released, sewing starts.
memo-42
When memo-42 has been used to make a special setting, DIP switches A-1 and A-2 function as follows.
• When DIP switch A-1 is at ON, the pressers are not raised automatically at the sewing end.
• DIP switch A-2 is ignored except when memo-42 = 8.
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14. SETTING THE WORK CLAMP MODE
14-3. Light work clamp
For pneumatic specifications, the hose connections can be changed so that the pressers are made to lower
gently when the presser pedal is depressed to the 1st step, and firmly when the presser pedal is depressed to
the 2nd step. This makes it easier to carry out position matching when attaching small articles such as labels.
[Memory switch setting]
Set memo-42 to 5 for two-pedal mode so that the pressers lower in the order of left then right for the standard
hose connection. (Refer to “13. Changing special functions using the memory switches”.)
■ Hose connections for light work clamp operation by both pressers
A
Branch
C
B
2B
1B
D
2A
Plug
1A
2B 1B
2A 1A
0344Q
[How to use]
1. Depress the presser pedal to the 1st step to lower the pressers and apply a light pressure. You can then
position small articles such as labels at this time.
2. After checking that everything is positioned correctly, depress the presser pedal to the 2nd step to firmly
clamp the article being sewn.
3. Press the start pedal to start sewing.
■ Other hose connections and corresponding operations
The hoses can be connected in combinations other than the one shown above so that only one side of the
presser operates in light work clamp mode.
Branch and plug
connectors
58
Cylinder connectors
Operation when presser pedal is depressed to the 1st step
A
B
C
D
Branch: 1B, 2A
Plug: 1A, 2B
1B
2A
1B
2A
Both pressers operate in light work clamp mode
(example shown above)
Branch: 1B
Plug: 2B
1B
2A
1B
1A
Only left presser lowers, and it lowers in light work clamp
mode
Branch: 1B
Plug: 2B
1B
1A
1B
2A
Only right presser lowers , and it lowers in light work
clamp mode
Branch: 2A
Plug: 1A
1B
2A
2B
2A
Both pressers lower, but only left presser lowers in light
work clamp mode
Branch: 2A
Plug: 1A
2B
2A
1B
2A
Both pressers lower, but only right presser lowers in light
work clamp mode
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14. SETTING THE WORK CLAMP MODE
14-4. Setting reverse work clamp mode
Basic setting
1. If installing the inner clamping device as a later option, set the memory switches as follows.
(This will complete inner clamping specification settings.)
• Set the memo-07 switch to ON.
• Set the memo-42 switch to “5”.
2. Make the following settings if necessary.
1. 1/2 reverse mode
The inner clamping device operates at the 1/2-way mark for the pattern being sewn.
Example
memo-13
start
–
reverse
0025Q
2. 1/4 reverse mode
The inner clamping device operates at the 1/4-way and 3/4-way marks for the pattern being sewn.
Example
end
start
memo-13
ON
reverse
reverse
0026Q
[Notes to sewing]
0032Q
Reference point
4.5 mm
4.5 mm
q
Lift
15 mm
19 mm
Thickness of material
0033Q
1. Reverse stitching is possible within 4.5 mm left and
right from the reference point.
However, note that if a non-standard work clamp
is being used, the reverse stitching area will become smaller.
2. When the work clamp q reverses after sewing is
completed, the work clamps are retracted so that
they do not touch the needle. However, sometimes
it is not necessary to retract the work clamps if the
material is thin.
In such cases, if memory switch memo-15 is set to
on, the work clamps will not be retracted so that
the cycle time can be shortened. However, if making this change to the setting, move the work clamp
to the sewing end position (release the air and
move the work clamp by hand) to check that the
work clamps do not touch the needle.
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15. TABLE OF ERROR CODES
15. TABLE OF ERROR CODES
DANGER
Wait at least 5 minutes after turning off the power switch and disconnecting the power cord from
the wall outlet before opening the face plate of the control box. Touching areas where high voltages are present can result in severe injury.
If a malfunction should occur with the sewing machine, a buzzer will sound and an error code will appear in
the display window. Follow the remedy procedure to eliminate the cause of the problem.
Code
60
Cause
Remedy
E-10
Emergency stop switch was pressed.
Turn the EMERGENCY STOP switch clockwise to
release the lock, and then press the RESET switch
to reset the error.
E-11
Emergency stop switch was pressed
during sewing.
Turn the EMERGENCY STOP switch clockwise to
release the lock, and then press the RESET switch
to reset the error. You can then press the BOBBIN.
WIND switch to repeat the sewing.
E-12
Emergency stop switch is being continually
Turn off the power and check.
pressed, or emergency switch connection error.
E-13
Machine specification select connector is
not connected properly.
E-17
The foot switch was pressed or the
operation panel was used while the machine Turn off the power, and then return the machine
head to its original position.
head was tilted back, or the machine head
was tilted back while it was operating.
Turn off the power and check if connectors P3 is
disconnected.
E-20
Problem with machine motor stopping, or
synchronizer connection error.
Turn off the power, and then turn the machine pulley to check if
the machine has locked up. Check the synchronizer connection.
Check if connectors P11, P12 and P13 are disconnected.
Check that the correct combination of motor and PROM has
been installed.
E-21
Machine motor operation error.
Turn off the power and check the ground wire connection.
E-30
Data is outside possible sewing area due
to enlargement ratio setting.
Press the RESET switch, and then set the
enlargement ratio again.
E-31
Stitch pattern data overlaps the sewing
area when area limiting is active.
Press the RESET switch, and then reset the memory
switches “30” and “31” or enlargement ratio.
E-32
The data format of the user program (% or
mm) does not match the setting of DIP
switch A-6.
After changing the setting of DIP switch A-6, clear
all memory settings. (Refer to “10-14. Clearing all
memory settings”.)
E-40
Length of a stitch exceeds 10 mm.
Press the RESET switch, and then set the
enlargement ratio again.
E-41
Abnormality in the sewing data.
If programming a new sewing data, repeat the
procedure from the beginning.
E-42
Invalid program number specified.
Press the RESET switch and specify a correct number.
E-50
Needle bar does not stop when the needle
is raised.
Turn the pulley to align the index mark with the
needle up stop position. (Refer to “10-10. Adjusting
the needle up stop position”.)
E-60
E-61
E-62
E-63
Presser has not been lowered.
Presser cannot be raised.
Presser is not raised.
Presser cannot be lowered.
Refer to “18. Troubleshooting”.
Turn off the power and check the connection of
presser sensor connector P1.
E-70
Cooling fan does not operate.
Turn off the power, and then check if the cooling
fan is blocked with scraps of thread.
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15. TABLE OF ERROR CODES
Code
E-80
Cause
Motor PROM is not correctly inserted.
Remedy
Turn off the power and check.
E-81
Foot switch was depressed when the
power was turned on.
Turn off the power and check.
E-82
An operation panel switch was depressed
when the power was turned on.
Turn off the power and check the operation panel.
Check that all panel cords are normal.
E-90
Abnormal drop in power supply voltage,
or power was turned on again
immediately after it was turned off.
Turn off the power and check the input voltage. After turning
off the power, wait 3 seconds or more before turning it on
again. (Refer to “10-13. Checking the input voltage”.)
E-91
Abnormal rise in power supply voltage.
Turn off the power and check the input voltage.
(Refer to “10-13. Checking the input voltage”.)
E-A0
Home position cannot be detected
(malfunction of home position sensor), or
malfunction of power supply circuit board.
Turn off the power and check the connection of
home position sensor connector P1.
E-b0
You tried to change the program number
when DIP switch A-8 was set to ON.
Press the RESET switch. Set DIP switch A-8 to OFF
before trying to change the program number.
E-b1
No sewing data available.
Replace the PROM with one which contains sewing
data.
E-d0
Heat sink of control circuit board is abnormally hot.
Turn off the power and clean the air intake port of the box.
E-E0
Malfunction of EEPROM (malfunction of
main circuit board).
Turn off the power, and turn it back on. If the error
continually occurs, contact a qualified service technician.
E-E1
Corrupted EEPROM data, or main PROM
version has been upgraded.
Press the RESET switch to reset the error. However, the
data (memory switches, display and user programs)
will be reset to the backup data or initialized.
E-E2
Corrupted EEPROM control information
data.
Press the RESET switch to reset the error. However,
the data (memory switches, display and user
programs) will all be initialized.
E-F0
Solenoid short-circuit (malfunction of main
circuit board), or power relay is not operating
(malfunction of power supply circuit board).
Turn off the power and contact a qualified service
technician.
E-F1
Bad connection in cable between power
supply circuit board and main circuit board.
Turn off the power and check if connectors P16 is
disconnected.
E-F2
Abnormal current detected in power
supply circuit board.
Turn off the power and contact a qualified service
technician.
■ Errors generated when optional equipment is connected
Code
Cause
Remedy
E-14
Thread breakage detected.
Turn the EMERGENCY STOP switch clockwise to
release the lock, and then press the RESET switch
to reset the error. You can then press the BOBBIN.
WIND switch to repeat the sewing.
E-15
Air pressure drop error.
Turn off the power and check. If drops in air
pressure are not being detected, clear all memory
settings and then set the memo-1d switch to OFF.
E-16
Bobbin thread sensor mechanism error
Turn off the power and check. If the bobbin thread
amount is not being detected, clear all memory
settings and then set the memo-24 switch to OFF.
REFERENCE
segment LED alphabet
Panel display
Text display
A
b
c
d
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E
F
6
H
L
o
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16. GAUGE PARTS LIST ACCORDING TO SUBCLASSES
16. GAUGE PARTS LIST ACCORDING TO SUBCLASSES
The following are standard gauge parts according to each specification.
(In the following table, parts marked with ★ are common with the LK3-B430E; parts with ✩ are common with
the BAS-311E.)
Specification
Part name
Medium materials
Extra heavy materials
Heavy materials
★
Needle hole plate
(φ2.2)
S49980-001 FM
(φ2.6)
S10212-101 E
159610-301 A
152690-401 B
0182Q
Bobbin case assy
★
S15902-401 LA
0183Q
Tension
spring
154340-101 B
154339-101 A
Screw
159612-001 A
★
★
154342-001 B
★
S15667-001 LA
Bobbin
154663-001 B
159613-051
152685-903 A
S15662-992 LA
★
★
152687-902 B
★
★
S15663-991 LB
★
Shuttle race body
★
★
S44633-001 LAN
0187Q
0188Q
★
S16492-101 LA
0186Q
Shuttle hook,
W/BOX
★
154341-001
0185Q
Spring, antispin
★
S16074-101 LA
0184Q
★
152686-101 B
152682-101 A
0189Q
★
Spring tension
★
S06548-001 C
107606-001
104525-001
0190Q
★
Spring
144588-001 B
145519-001
0191Q
62
★
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16. GAUGE PARTS LIST ACCORDING TO SUBCLASSES
Specification
Medium materials
Part name
★
Thread guide, needle
bar
A
0192Q
S41222-101 B
B
Needle assy
DP × 5 #14
107415-014
(
Work clamp
0345Q
For stepping foot
(KE-435B)
S02438-001A
✩
S02439-001 B
✩
S37928-419
145646-425
★
★
✩
DP × 17 NY #19
S37928-019
)
blank for
Heavy materials
434-1R
S42030-001
★
434-2R
S42032-001
★
434-1L
S42031-001
★
434-2L
S42033-001
★
★
Feed plate
★
★
For spec. with inner
clamping device:
145646-014 ★
blank for
Medium materials
Part name
★
)
Needle
0193Q
152890-001A
★
107415-414
For spec. with inner
clamping device:
145646-419 ★
(
Extra heavy materials
Heavy materials
DP × 17 #25
145646-025
blank for spec. With
inner clamping device
Stepping foot
(KE-435B)
★
434ESF-2R
S46544-001
154256-101 A
★
434-1
S42034-001
434-2
S42035-001
434ESF-2L
S46545-001
★
434-R1
S43459-001
434ESF-2
S44942-001
0346Q
<Gauge parts>
The following are provided as optional gauge parts.
Each work clamp pair is used in combination with the feed plate directly below them.
• Work clamps R, L and feed plate
1
2
3
4
R
153493-001
S23377-001 (519)
S27836-001 (895)
156085-001 (M)
L
153498-001
S23378-001 (519)
S27837-001 (895)
156086-001 (M)
Work
clamp
63
13
51
103
0448Q
0447Q
153503-001
4
8
37
S23379-001 (519)
0449Q
S27838-001 (895)
18
0450Q
156087-001 (M)
34
Feed plate
63
103
0451Q
13
51
20
8
0452Q
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37
0453Q
0454Q
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16. GAUGE PARTS LIST ACCORDING TO SUBCLASSES
6
156088-001 (S)
156089-001 (S)
5
156082-001 (L)
156083-001 (L)
R
L
Work
clamp
4
5.6
23
12
0455Q
156090-001 (S)
156084-001 (L)
Feed
plate
0456Q
23
12
5.6
4
0458Q
0457Q
•
Gauge assy, 434E MK2
S54984-001
Home position standard plate
0359Q
0360Q
Needle hole plate
•
A
S10211-001 AF S51449-001 BZ S41013-001
0459Q
φ1.6
0466Q
φ1.6
3
D
S29997-001
0467Q
E
S10212-101 ED S30925-001
0468Q
0469Q
φ4
φ2.6
φ2.6
φ2.2
3
For heavy materials
F
S10213-001
FD S30926-001 FM S49980-001
0476Q
3
S30450-001
0478Q
φ2.2
φ10
φ2.2
φ2.2
3
0477Q
H
S25127-001
For medium
materials
φ3.3
S40217-001
φ6
φ3
2.8
KE-434B, 435B
4.8
3
φ2.6
M
S34348-001
0480Q
φ4.7
φ2.6
0482Q
64
L
0479Q
3
3
φ10
φ3.4
2.8
3
3
0470Q
2.8
0481Q
φ6.5
φ4
2.8
17. MAKING THE FEED PLATE AND WORK CLAMP PLATE FOR INNER CLAMPING DEVICE
17. MAKING THE FEED PLATE AND WORK CLAMP PLATE FOR INNER CLAMPING DEVICE
17-1. Sewing area
Use within the range given below.
X (mm) × Y (mm)
Y
X
0001Q
Max.
100 × 60
Min.
20 × 13
* If Y is within the range of 13 mm up to less than 20 mm, the following optional parts will be necessary. In
addition, the method of creating the sewing pattern and the feed plate and work clamp plate will also be
different.
Condition 1
Condition 2
Condition 3
Y = 20 mm to 60 mm
Y = 16 mm to less than 20 mm
Y = 13 mm to less than 16 mm
Name of Parts
Code
Code
Name of Parts
Work clamp crank, LA Accessory
Name of Parts
Code
Work clamp crank, S 154297-001 Work clamp crank, SS S04516-001
Work clamp plate holder, L Accessory Work clamp plate holder, S 154291-001 Work clamp plate holder, S 154291-001
17-2. How to make a sewing pattern
[Condition 1 and Condition 2]
Align the center point for the top edge of the sewing
pattern with the center point A at the top edge of the
sewing area.
[Condition 3]
Align the center point for the top edge of the sewing
pattern at point B 3 mm below the center point A at
the top edge of the sewing area.
3mm
Sewing
pattern
* Refer to “Note to sewing” on page 59 for details of
the reverse stitching area.
Sewing area
0002Q
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17. MAKING THE FEED PLATE AND WORK CLAMP PLATE FOR INNER CLAMPING DEVICE
17-3. How to make the feed plate
6
50.5
Stitch
q
36
6 mm
6
12
47
Stitch
6
12
6 mm
a
w
6
e
6 mm
Label
6 mm
65.5
0003Q
0004Q
1. Align the center of the top edge of the seam with the reference point C on the feed plate q.
Condition 1 & 2: a = 77
Condition 3: a = 74
2. Make the dimensions 6 mm larger than the size of the stitch.
3. Measure the size of positioning plate L w and positioning plate R e (shaded section).
4. Make the feed plate q so that the size overlaps the sizes in 2. and 3. above.
* If the size in step 2. is larger than the size in 3., then use the size in step 2. for processing.
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]
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0005Q
17. MAKING THE FEED PLATE AND WORK CLAMP PLATE FOR INNER CLAMPING DEVICE
17-4. How to make the work clamp plate
Condition 1
1.5
Condition 2
1.5 1.5
0008Q
Condition 3
1
1.5
9
11
6
7.5
9.5
5
1.5
0.5
50
50
0.5
2.5
5
50
0007Q
0006Q
1.0 mm
1.5 mm
1
1.0 mm
1.5 mm
1
Work clamp
0009Q
0010Q
[Condition 1]
1. Align the stitch with reference point D which is 11 mm above the center of the screw hole in the work
clamp plate.
2. Make the work clamp plate so that it is 1.5 mm smaller than the size of the seam.
3. Make a 1 mm bevel all along the side of the work clamp plate that does not have a ridge line.
[Condition 2]
1. Align the stitch with reference point E which is 9 mm above the center of the screw hole in the work clamp
plate.
2. Make the work clamp plate so that it is 1.5 mm smaller than the size of the seam.
3. Make a 1 mm bevel all along the side of the work clamp plate that does not have a ridge line.
4. Then make a step of 0.5 mm as shown in the illustration.
[Condition 3]
1. Align the stitch with reference point F which is 6 mm above the center of the screw hole in the work clamp
plate.
2. Make the work clamp plate so that it is 1.0 mm smaller than the size of the seam.
3. Make a 1 mm bevel all along the side of the work clamp plate that does not have a ridge line.
4. Then make a step of 0.5 mm as shown in the illustration.
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17. MAKING THE FEED PLATE AND WORK CLAMP PLATE FOR INNER CLAMPING DEVICE
17-5. Replacing the work clamp crank and work clamp plate holder
For Condition 2 and Condition 3, the work clamp crank and work clamp plate holder must be replaced.
0014Q
q
w
y
i
u
e
r
t
y
Fig. 1
0015Q
1. Remove the screw q, and remove the work clamp crank e from the work clamp crank holder w.
2. Remove the screw r to replace the work clamp plate holder t with the optional one, and install it with the
screw r.
3. Insert the work clamp crank y into the work clamp crank holder w. Then while pulling out the reversal
cylinder piston rod u (Fig. 1), set the work clamp crank y so that it faces as shown in the illustration, align
its groove with the washer i, and then tighten the screw q to secure it.
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18. TROUBLESHOOTING
18. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Check
Remedy
Page
Work clamp
operation is sluggish.
Sliding part of the
work clamp
lubrication
Grease the sliging
part of the work
clamp.
39
Work clamp lift
amount is too great.
Distance between
work clamp and top
of needle plate
Adjust the height of
the work clamp to
within 17 mm.
39
Too much friction between
presser plate and presser
arm lever support.
Presser plate and
presser arm lever
support lubrication
Grease the presser
plate and presser arm
lever support.
39
Work clamp is
contacting thread wiper.
Thread wiper standby
position
Adjust the position of
the thread wiper.
41
Work clamp does not
drop.
Presser lifter link is
not moving back.
Link return spring is
unhooked.
Hook the link return
spring properly.
Work clamp lift
amount is incorrect.
Incorrect position of
presser arm lever
plate.
Distance between
work clamp and top
of needle plate
Adjust the work
clamp lift amount.
39
The thread wiper is
obstructing the
needle.
Clearance beween
thread wiper and
needle tip
Adjust the height of
the thread wiper.
41
Thread wiper
position is incorrect.
Thread wiper
position
Adjust the operating
distance of the thread
wiper.
41
Lower thread winds
to one side.
Bobbin winder thread
tension stud height is
incorrect.
Bobbin winder thread
tension stud height
Adjust the height of
the thread tension
stud.
26
Lower thread
winding amount is
incorrect.
Bobbin presser
position is incorrect.
Thread winding
amount
Adjust the position of
the bobbin presser.
26
Stitches being
skipped at the sewing
start.
Refer to “Skipped
stitches occur”
Refer to “Skipped
stitches occer”.
Uneven upper thread
length.
Upper thread length
Adjust the subtension.
28
Upper thread is too
short.
Thread take-up lever
stroke
Adjust the thread
take-up lever stroke.
36
Work clamp does not
rise.
Thread wiper does
not operate correctly.
Threads comes
unthreaded.
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18. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Upper thread breaks.
Lower thread breaks.
Skipped stitches
occur.
Cause
Check
Upper thread tension
is too strong.
Upper thread tension
Adjust the upper
thread tension.
28
Needle is installed
incorrectly.
Needle direction
Install the needle so
that the groove is
facing forward.
25
Thread is too thick for
the needle.
Thread and needle
Use the correct
thread for the needle.
25
Thread take-up
spring tension and
height are incorrect.
Thread take-up
spring tension and
height
Adjust the tension
and height of the
thread take-up spring.
29
Damaged or burred
rotary hook, needle
hole plate or needle.
Damage or burring
File smooth or
replace the afffected
part.
Thread melting
(synthetic thread)
Thread edge
Use a thread cooling
device (optional).
73
Lower thread tension
is too strong.
Lower thread tension
Adjust the lower
thread tension.
28
Corners of needle
hole plate or bobbin
care are damaged.
Damage
File smooth or
replace the affected
part.
Clearance between
needle and rotary
hook tip is too great.
Needle clearance
Adjust the needle
clearance.
35
Incorrect needle and
rotary hook timing.
Needle bar lift
amount
Adjust the needle bar
lift amount.
34
Driver is contacting
needle more than is
necessary.
Clearance between
driver and needle
Adjust the driver
needle guard.
35
Needle is bent.
Bent needle
Replace the needle.
Needle is installed
incorrectly.
Needle direction
Install the needle so
that the groove is
facing forward.
25
Needle clearance
Adjust the needle
clearance.
35
Needle bar lift
amount.
Adjust the needle bar
lift amount.
34
Needle is bent.
Bent needle
Replace the needle.
Needle is too thin.
Needle and thread
Use the correct
needle for the
material.
Needle is touching
the rotary hook.
Remedy
Needle breaks.
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18. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Poor seam finish on
reverse side of
material.
Incorrect thread
tightness.
Page
Sharpen or replace
the fixed knife.
Shuttle race thread
guide position
Adjust the position of
the shuttle race
thread guide.
35
Needle bar lift
amount
Adjust the needle bar
lift amount.
34
The movable knife does not pick
up the thread because of skipped
stitches at the sewing end.
Skipped stitches at
sewing end
Refer to “Skipped
stitches occur”.
Movable knife
position is incorrect.
Movable knife
position
Adjust the position of
the movable knife.
36
Sub-tension is too
weak.
Sub-tension
Turn the sub-tension
nut to adjust the
tension.
28
Thread take-up
spring tension and
height are incorrect.
Thread take-up
spring tension and
height
Adjust the tension
and height of the
thread take-up spring.
29
Incorrect needle and
rotary hook timing.
Needle bar lift
amount
Adjust the needle bar
lift amount.
34
Shuttle race thread
guide is not separating
the threads.
Shuttle race thread
guide position
Adjust the position of
the shuttle race
thread guide.
35
Shuttle race thread
guide is not separating
the threads.
Shuttle race thread
guide position
Adjust the position of
the shuttle race
thread guide.
35
Upper thread is not
properly tight.
Upper thread tension
Adjust the upper
thread tension.
28
Uneven upper thread
length.
Upper thread length
Adjust the subtension.
28
Upper thread is too
long.
Thread take-up lever
stroke
Adjust the thread
take-up lever stroke.
36
Upper thread tension
is too weak.
Upper thread tension
Adjust the upper
thread tension.
28
Lower thread tension
is too weak.
Lower thread tension
Adjust the lower
thread tension.
28
Thread take-up
spring tension and
height are incorrect.
Thread take-up
spring tension and
height
Adjust the tension
and height of the
thread take-up spring.
29
Movable knife does
not pick up the
thread.
Thread jamming.
Remedy
Fixed knife blade
Fixed knife is blunt.
Upper thread is not
trimmed.
Check
KE-434B, 435B
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18. TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Cause
Inner clamping device
does not operate.
Work clamp pressure
is too strong.
Machine does not operate
when power is turned on
and foot switch is depressed.
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Head position switch
does not work.
Check
Remedy
Page
Work clamp
pressure
Adjust the work clamp
pressure so that the inner
clamping device operates.
45
Head position switch
cord connection
Check if the cord is
disconnected.
Switching plate
position
Adjust the position of
the switching plate.
Head position switch
is broken.
Replace the head
position switch.
KE-434B, 435B
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19. OPTIONAL PARTS
19. OPTIONAL PARTS
■ Two-pedal foot switch ....................................... The presser switch and the start switch have been separated,
giving the operator more flexibility to select the best method
of working.
0271Q
■ Two-step foot switch ......................................... This is a pedal-type foot switch.
0272Q
■ Liquid cooling tank ............................................ This helps to prevent thread breakages caused by friction
when using synthetic threads.
Fill the tank with silicone oil (100 mm2/s).
0273Q
■ Solenoid thread wiper ....................................... This wipes the thread independently of the work clamp
operation.
0275Q
■ Three-pedal foot switch .................................... The switch has an independent left work clamp switch (left
(For pneumatic)
side), right work clamp switch (center) and start switch (right
side).
0362Q
■ Work clamp plate, OT ........................................ Use according to particular sewing needs in order to provide
an even clamping force.
(For stepping foot
* Refer to the separate parts book for further details.
specifications only)
KE-434B, 435B
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
BROTHER INDUSTRIES, LTD.
15-1, Naeshiro-cho, Mizuho-ku, Nagoya 467-8561, Japan. Phone: 81-52-824-2177
Printed in Japan
118-V34
S91V34-102
2001.02. B (1)