AUTOMATIC LOCK STITCH POCKET WELTING SEWING MACHINE

AUTOMATIC LOCK STITCH POCKET WELTING SEWING
MACHINE FOR FLAP ATTACHMENT
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BAS-601
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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Contents
1 • SPECIFICATIONS ··············•·••·••·····························•····················•··•··•·•••·••·•
2. CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION ·····•·····•·•······· ············•·······•······•••····•··········
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3. INSTALLATION ··•···•····································••····•···················•··········•··•······
1 • Table set-up··························································································
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2 • Treadle installation · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · •· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · •· · · ••· •· · · •· •· · •· · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
3 • Spool stand installation · · · · · · •· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · •· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · •· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
4 • Material holder installation .... · · · · •· · · · ...... · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · .. · •· · · · · · · · · · · .. · •· ••
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5 . Bar type stacker installation · · · · · •· · •· · · · · · · •· · · •••· · · · · · •· · · · · · •· · · · •· ••· · · · · •· ••· •· · •·• •.. · •· •·
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6 • Pickup type stacker installation .... · .. · .... · · · .. · .. · · · · .. · ...... · .... · · · .... · •· .... · .. · .... · · ·
7 • Air pressure adjustment·· .. ············· .. ··· .. ·· .. ····· .. · .... ·· .. ··· .. · .... •·•···•· .. ·•·• .. ····•
4. LUBRICATION··········...................................................................................
< Adding oil >
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< Regular lubrication > · · · .. · · · · · .. · · · .. · .. · · · ••...... · .... · · · .... · · · · · .. · · · .. · .. · · · · · · · · .. · · · · · · · · · · 10
5. CORRECT OPERATION .............................................................................. 11
< Winding the bobbin thread > ..................................................... ·•··•···••••·••·
< Threading the needle thread > ......... ................ ...... ...................................
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< Threading the bobbin thread > .... · .......... · .. · .. •· · · .. · ... · •· •.............................. ·
< Holding the needle and bobbin threads > .......... .............. ...........................
6. TREADLE AND START SWITCH DESCRIPTION................................................
< Treadle operation > .................................................................................
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< Setting the material > · · .. · · · ••· · .. · .. · .. · · · · · ... · · · .. · · · · · · .... · · · •· •· · •· ••· •• •· .. ••· ••• •· •·• · ••· · • 17
7. ADJUSTING THE MARKING LIGHT ............................................................... 18
8. PROGRAMMING (Entering a standard sewing program) .................................... 19
9 • PROGRAMMING (Entering a flap sewing program) .. ..................... ................... 20
10. PROGRAMMING (Entering a cycle sewing program) ....................................... 22
< Checking the sewing cycle > · .... · .... · · .. · · ...... · .... · · · ... · · · .. · · · · ...... · · · .. · · · .. · · · .. · · · .. · 23
11. PROGRAM CONFIRMATION ........................................................................ 24
12. SEWING ................................................................................................... 25
< Setting the bobbin counter > .. •· · •· · · · · · · · · .. · .. · .. · .. · · · · .... · .. · .. · · · · ·• · •· · •· ••· ••· · .... · · · · · · 26
< Checking the number of work pieces > · .. · · .... · .. · ............ · ........ · .. · .. · ........ ·.... 26
< Clearing the work piece counter display > ..... ... .............. ......... .................... 26
< Stitch tension > · · •· · .. · · · · •· · .. · · .. · · · · · · .. ••· · · .. · · · · .. · .. · · · ...... · · · · · · •· · .... · · · · · •· · · · · · .. · · · · · · ·. 27
13. CENTER KNIFE POSITION ADJUSTMENT .............. .......................... .............. 28
14. CORNER KNIFE POSITION ADJUSTMENT ...................................................... 29
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FLAP SENSOR SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT (BAS-601) > ........................... 30
16. TROUBLEooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 32
<UPPER THREAD BREAKAGE indicator lights> .............................................
< BOBBIN EMPTY indicator lights > ............................................................
< PROGRAMMING ERROR indicator lights> ................................................
<EMERGENCY STOP>..............................................................................
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17. OPERATING THE STACKER DURING CYCLE SEWING .................................... 34
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18. STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS ········································································
< Needle installation > · ·•· ············ ····· ····· ········· ··· ··· ········· ··············· ·· ·········· ·
< Upper and lower shaft timing adjustment > ···················································
< Needle and rotary hook timing adjustment > ········ ········· ····· ·········· ··· ·· ...........
[Needle to rotary hook point gap] ............................................................
[Rotary hook to needle plate gap]
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[Needle bar lift stroke and needle bar height] ······ ········· ····· ·····•···· ····· ·•·•··· ··· 36
fRotary hook and bobbin case opener gapJ ·······•·······························•········ 36
19. CARRIAGE FEED ADJUSTMENT .................................................................. 37
< Parallel adjustment of needle and carriage feed > · · · ·· · · · · · · · · ·•· · · ·· ·· · · · · · · · •· · · ·· · · · ·
< Carriage feed angle adjustment > · ·•·· · ·· · ·· · ·· · ·· · · · · · · · · ·· ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · .. · .. ·
< Carriage feed height adjustment > · · · ·· · ·· · · · · ·· · · · ·· · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· ·· · · •· · · · · · · · ·· · · · ·
< Folding plate position adjustment > ·· · ·· · · · · ·· · ·· · · · · · · · · ·· ·· ·· · · · ·· · · •· •· ·· · · · · · ·· · · · · •· ·· •· · ·
< Binder position adjustment > · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · ·· · · · · · · ··· · · · ·· · ·· · · · ··· · · · · · · · · · · · · ··· · ·· ·
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20. SENSOR ADJUSTMENT ·············································································· 40
< Needle thread knife sensor adjustment > ································ ··············· ··.. 40
< Corner knife adjustment> ······················· ···············•················•················ 41
21. STACKER ADJUSTMENT·············································································· 42
< Bar stacker > · · · · · · · · · ·· ·· · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · ·· · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · ·· · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · •· · · · · · · · · · · · · · •· ·
< Pickup stacker > ········································································· ······· ····
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22. KNIFE REPLACEMENT················································································· 44
< Corner knife replacement > · · · · ·· · · · ·· · ·· · ·· · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · ·· · · •· · · · · · •· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · ·
< Needle thread trimmer knife replacement > ··········· ···· ·············· ······ ···•····· ····
< Bobbin thread knife replacement > ·· · ·· · · · · · ·· ·· · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · ·· · · · · · · · •·· ·· · · · · · · · •· •· ·· · · · ·
< Center knife replacement > · · · · ·· ·· · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · •· · · · •· · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · ·•· · ·
< Fixed knife replacement > · · ·· · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · ·· ·· · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · · · · · · · ·· · ·· · · · ·
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23. DOUBLE WELTING--. SINGLE WELTING (DEFORMED WELTING) REPLACEMEMT
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< Changing from double to single welting > ·· ·· ·· · · · ·· · ·· · · ·· ·•· · · · · · · · · · · ·· · · · · •·· · · · · · · ·· · · · 48
< Changing from double to deformed welting > · · · · · · ·· · ·· · · ·· · · · ·· · · · ·· · · · ·· ·· · · · ·· · · •· · · ·· · · · 48
24. ERROR MESSAGES ··· ··················· ··························································· ··· 49
25. MAIN CIRCUIT BOARD DIP SWITCH DESCRIPTIONs....................................... 50
26. MEMORY INITIALIZATION ··········································································· 52
27. TROUBLESHOOTING ·················•······························································· 53
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model
151-600
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151-601
Machine head
LT2-B833 twin needle, lock stitch
Sewing speed
2500 spm (vari able to 2200 spm with DIP switch setti ng )
Flap sewing
Needle
Gauge size
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Seam length
Stitch length
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Mt X 190 ~ 16 U16-- #18 )
Standard 10 mm (8, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 mm )
Gauge size to 14mm
from 16 mm
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28--190 mm
36--190 mm
80--180 mm
1. 4--2.8 mm
Flap stitch
Lock stitch
Backstitch
{ Condensed 0. 8--1 . 4 mm
Backtack
Same as lock stitch
(stitch length at sewing start is 1/2 lockstitch stitch length. )
( Adjusted with DIP switch setting.)
Power supply
Dimensions
3-phase 200V, 50/60Hz, 500W ( 2 lines of 3-phase supply used
820 D X 1300 W X 1155 H mm
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CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION (1]
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BOBBIN EMPTY
©~RAMMING
O I MODE I switch
Used to select the operating mode: AUTOMATIC, MANUAL, PROGRAM , or KNIFE CHANGE
& CYCLE PGM.
f) I EMERGENCY STOP I, I BOBBIN COUNTER SET!
Used to stop the sewing machine in an emergency, and to set the bobbin counter ( p. 26)
Q IPROGRAMMING NUMBER SELECT ! switch
Press to change the program number. Program number advances one ( 1 -+ 2-+ 3-+ 4-+ 5-+ )
each time the button is pressed. ( p. 19 )
O ICYCLE PGM , SET I switch
Used to ro ram c cles of sewing programs. ( p. 22)
0 CYC LE PGM CLEAR switch
Used to clear a ro ram min c cle. ( p. 22)
0 · 0 · «;) SEAM LENGTH and BOBBIN COUNTER switches (p. 22 )
0
X 100 (0, 1, f ( flap stitch ))
0
X 10 (0-9, - )
X 1 ( 0-9,
( right flap ),
See P. 20 for F-C, F- :::::J displays.
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( left flap )
01BOBBIN COUNTER SET! switch
Used to set the bobbin counter ( p. 26)
Also used to correct the corne r knife position ( p. 29)
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• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCI.f PGM.
EMERGENCY STOP
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UPPER THREAD
~BREAKAGE
(Q) BOBBIN EMPTY
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~!BOBBIN COUNTER SELECT I switch
Press to select bobbin counter 1, 2, or 3. ( p. 26 ) The bobbin counter selection advances one ( 1
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2- 3)
Each time· the switch is pressed.
Q}ICORNER KNIFE! switch
Set to ON to use the corner knife. ( The corner knife will not function if the CENTER KNIFE switch
is off. )
The knife will rise when replacing the corner knife even if the switch is off. ( p. 29 )
~!CENTER KNIFEj switch
Set to ON to use the center knife.
41) I STACKER switch
Set to ON to use the stacker.
41) I CARRIAGE FEED forward I backward switch
Set to FORWARD to move the carriage feed away from the operator. ( The carriage moves at high
speed when the thread trimmer switch is activated. )
Set to the center position to stop the carriage.
Set to BACKWARD to move the carriage feed towards the operator.
~~THREAD TRIMMER! switch
Can be used in either AUTOMATIC or MANUAL mode when the carriage is at the thread trimming
position.
When THREAD TRIMMER is set to UPPER, the needle thread trim mer knife will descend, and
ri ses, cuts, and holds the needle thread when reset to neutral (center position).
When at LOWER, the bobbin thread trimmer releases the bobbin thread, and cuts and holds the
thread reset to the center position.
When in the AUTOMATIC mode and the carriage feed is at the home position, the number of
work pieces will be displayed if the switch is set to UPPER.
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CONTROL PANEL DESCRIPTION
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• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYClE PGM.
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5
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EMERGENCY STOP
TROUBLE
fR\ UPPER THREAD
~BREAKAGE
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BOBBIN EMPTY
4D IPROGRAM I
indicator
When the ind icator is blinking, the program number can be changed by pressing SELECT.
4f# JPROGRAMMING NUMBER J indicators
Th e ind icator of the currently selected program number w ill blink.
During cycle sewing in the AUTOMATIC mode, the blinking indicator tel ls what program is
currently being executed, and the steady indicator tell s what program (s) wi ll be executed next.
[Ex. 1] If programs 1 -+ 2-+ 3 are to be sewn in that order, the indicators wi ll light as shown
be low.
2
3
4
5
Blinking
Steady
Steady
Off
Off
If programming number SELECT is then pressed to select program
1 is completed, the indicators wi ll li ght as below.
1
2
3
4
# 2,
or if program
#
5
Steady
Blinking
Steady
Off
Off
4E) I SEAM LEN GTH , BOBBIN CO UNTER SETI , corne r knife position correction display
This display shows th e seam length ( unit: mm) or fl ap selection when the SEAM LEN GTH indicator
is on; the bobbin thread remaind er ( un it: number of work pieces ) is shown when th e BOBBIN
COUNTER SET indi cator is on.
Settin gs can be changed usin g switches 0 ,0, 0 when the display is blinking.
4D I BOBBIN CO UNTER I d isp lay
Shows the bobbin counter remainder for the counter ind icated by bobbi n counter indicators No.
1, No.2, No. 3 W.
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601
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SELECT
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Flap di splay
W IBOBBIN COUNTER! indicators
The indicator for the bobbin counter selected by
bobbin counter SELECT lights.
tDI POWER I indicator
Lights when the ower switch is on.
~ CENTER Knife osition correction
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is the sewing Start, and [ill ~ is the sewing
End correction counter switch.
The center knife moves to the very outside when [ill
is displayed.
The center knife moves to the very inside when Eru
is displayed.
The followin are for BAS-601 on ly.
~ LEFT FLAP SENSOR indicator
Lights when the left flap sensor detects the
material.
~ ~ RIGHT FLAP SENSOR! indicator
Lights when the right flap sensor detects the
material.
~~ LEFT FLAP SENSO R I sensitivity control
01 RI G HT FLAP SENSOR! sensitivity control
0 ·
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0
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-+ BOBBINCOUNTER
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SET
DODD
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SElECT
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Bobbin counter-bobbin counter set
display
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SET
DODD
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Work piece counter display
@SEAM
LENGTH @80681N
COUNTER SET
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SET
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INSTALLATION [1]
1 . Table set-up
2 • Treadle installation
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Set the machine table on a level surface.
Loosen nut 0, and turn caster f) to adjust the
height.
Lock the casters so the table will not move.
Lower lever 0 to lock caster f).
Lower lever 8 to move the table again.
Remove the three screws 0, and open the side
panel f).
Plug the 12P connector 8 for the treadle 0 into the
side panel connector block.
3. Spool stand installation
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Fit the spool stand 0 on bracket
f) and secure with screw 0.
4 • Material holder installation
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Set the material holder 0 onto stud
and secure with screw 0.
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5 • Bar type stacker installation
Refer to the figure below to install the stacker.
0 Connector No14
8 Connector No15
0 Air hose
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8 Air hose
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Connecting the power supply connector and air hoses
Connect the connectors as numbered.
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Air hose
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INSTALLATION [2]
6.
Pickup type stacker installation
Refer to the figure below to install the stacker.
0 Connector No14
f) Connector No15
0 Air hose
0 Air hose
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Connecti ng the power supply connector and air hoses
Connect the connectors as numbered.
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No15
Air hose
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7 • Air pressure adjustment
1 • The standard operating air pressure is 5 kg/em.
Turn handle 0 to adjust.
2 • If water collects in bottle 8, close air cock 0,
and turn drain cock 8 slowly in the direction of
the arrow to drain the water.
Be sure to close the drain cock 8 after letting
the water out.
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LU·BRICATION [1]
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Be sure to use Brother-specified machine oil (High White # 70 or equivalent).
Advance the carriage feed when lubricating and adding oil to the rotary hook to make work
easier.
The carriage feed should be forward when lubricating the rotary hook. ( P. 12)
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Adding oil >
1 • Add oil to the rotary hook oil tank.
2 • Rotary hook lubrication adjustment
Rotary hook
base indices
YMark
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* 0,
Remove oil gauges 0, and add oil from the gauge
hole until the oil reaches the full mark on the
gauge.
When the oil level reaches the end of the oil gauge
no more oil will be supplied to the rotary hook.
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~More
More
lubrication (S)
CD
\0 lubrication
Turn the oil adjusting screws 8 from the rotary
hook base indices as shown in the figure to adjust.
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LUBRICATION (2]
3 • Filling the arm top oil tank
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Remove oil inlet cap 8 and add oil until the tank is
filled to the reference line on the oil gauge window
Add oil if the oil cannot be seen in the window.
When using the machine, push the oiler button to
the white line, and turn the button in the direction
of the arrow.
Be sure to return the button when the machine
is not in use.
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Regular lubrication >
Be sure to add a drop or two of oil at each of the points indicated by an arrow in the figure before
sewing.
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CORRECT OPERATION (1]
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Winding the bobbin thread
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1 • Set the power switch 0 to ON.
2. Slide an empty bobbin f) onto the bobbin winder shaft 8.
3. Thread the thread from the spool stand as shown in the figure, and wrap the thread around the
bobbin f) 5--6 times.
4. Move lever 8 in the direction of the arrow.
The power will come on automatically, and the bobbin winder shaft 0 will begin winding the
bobbin.
5. When the bobbin is full, the lever will automatically return, and the bobbin winder shaft 0 will
stop.
6. To adjust the amount of thread wound onto the bobbin f), loosen screw 8 and shift lever 8 right
or left.
7 . Remove the bobbin f) from the bobbin winder shaft 0, and wrap the thread onto the thread
holder 0 to cut.
To wind the next bobbin, take the thread from the thread holder 0 and wrap it onto a fresh
bobbin f).
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CORRECT OPERATION [2]
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Threading the needle thread >
Threading is easier if the carriage feed is forwarded to give more space around the needle.
Before threading
(To forward the carriage feedJ
1 • Set the power switch 0 _to ON. (An alarm will sound once.)
The EMERGENCY STOP indicator will blink.
2. Press EMERGENCY STOP 8 twice. (An alarm will sound twice. )
The carriage feed 0 will move to the home position.
3. Press MODE 8 to select MANUAL.
4. Set CARRIAGE FEED t) to FORWARD to advance the carriage feed.
Set THREAD TRIMMER 0 to UPPER and CARRIAGE FEED t) to FORWARD to fast-forward
the carriage feed to the thread trimmer position.
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MODE
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• KNIFE CHANGE
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CARRIAGE THREAD
FEED
TRIMMER
EMERGENCY STOP
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BOBBIN COUNTER SET
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[Threading the needle thread]
Thread the needle thread as shown in the figures below.
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Without needle thread breakage
detector
With a needle thread breakage
detector
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CORRECT OPERATION [3]
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Threading the bobbin thread
[Remove the bobbin case]
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( 1) Open slide plates R 0 and L 8.
(2) Hold the corners of the bobbin cases
remove the bobbin case 0.
0
and
[Threading the bobbin case]
1 • Insert the bobbin into the bobbin case.
2 • Pass the thread through the notch 0, and under
the tension spring 8.
3 • Pull approximately 50 mm of thread from the hole at
the end of the tension spring 8.
4. Insert the bobbin case into the rotary hook.
Bobbin case
Bobbin
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Holding the needle and bobbin threads >
Insert the bobbin case (bobbin) into the rotary hook, and close the handle.
1 • Hold the needle thread by hand, and turn the
pulley by hand to bring the bobbin thread up.
2. Set THREAD TRIMMER 0 to NEEDLE to lower
the needle thread trimmer knife.
Note. Be careful to keep the hands and other articles
Bobbin thread
away from the knife when it operates.
3. Set the two needle threads on the needle thread
trimmer knife.
4. Return THREAD TR_IMMER 0 to raise the needle
thread trimmer knife and hold the needle
threads.
5. Set THREAD TRIMMER 0 to LOWER to turn the
bobbin thread knife 90° as shown in the figure
below.
6 • Insert the thread into the groove in the needle
plate, and reset THREAD TRIMMER 0 to cut
and hold the bobbin thread with the bobbin
THREAD
TRIMMER
thread knife.
Needle
thread
THREAD
TRIMMER
DlBI
0
~
0
{To reverse the carriage feed}
1 . Return the slide plates.
2. Set CARRIAGE FEED 8 to BACKWARD to retract the carriage feed.
If MODE 0 is set to any position other than MANUAL, the carriage feed will retract to the
home position quickly.
*
MODE
CARRIAGE
FEED
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• KNIFE CHANGE
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TREADLE AND START SWITCH DESCRIPTION
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*
*
When running a flap sewing program, the machine will not operate when the start switch is
pressed unless the flap presser is down.
During normal sewing, the machine will operate when the start switch is pressed after the folding
plate operates.
Set MODE to either AUTOMATIC or MANUAL.
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Treadle operation >
1 • When the treadle 0 is pressed, padding cloth presser foot spring R f) and padding cloth
presser foot spring L 0 will rise.
2 • When the treadle 0 is released, padding cloth presser foot spring R f) and padding cloth
presser foot spring L 0 will descend.
3 • When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 1, carriage feed ( L) 8 will descend.
4 • When the treadle 0 is pressed to positio~ 2, carriage feed ( R) 8 will descend.
5. When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 3, binder 8 will descend, and the folding plate will
operate.
The folding plate will operate 0. 25-0. 35 sec. after the binder ~perates.
6 • When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 4, flap presser ( L) 0 will descend.
7. When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 5, flap presser ( R) 0 will descend.
·
8 • Press the start switch 0 and the carriage feed will operate.
When MODE is at MANUAL, the carriage feed will move without actually sewing.
The order in which the carriage feed and flap pressers operate (3, 4, 6, 7 above) can be
changed by resetting the DIP switches. (p. 50)
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*
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Neutral
(center)
position
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*
Setting the material >
When running a flap sewing program, the machine will not operate when the start switch is
pressed unless the flap presser is down.
During normal sewing, the machine will operate when the start switch is pressed after the folding
plate operates.
1 . When the treadle 0 is pressed, padding cloth presser foot spring R 8 and padding cloth
presser foot spring L 0 will rise.
2 • Set the padding (or material) in place.
3 . When the treadle 0 is released, padding cloth presser foot spring R 8 and padding cloth
presser foot spring L 0 will descend to secure the padding.
If the padding is sewn to the material already, steps 1,.....,3 are unnecessary.
4 . Set the bodice in place.
5 . When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 1, carriage feed ( L) 0 will descend.
6. When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 2, carriage feed ( R) 8 will descend.
7 • Set the welting in place.
8 . When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 3, binder C) will descend, and the folding plate will
operate.
(The binder C) will descend to hold the welting, and the welting will then be folded. )
The folding plate will operate 0. 25,.....,0. 35 sec. after the binder operates.
9 . Set one of the flaps, right or left.
10. When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 4, flap presser ( L) • will descend.
11. When the treadle 0 is pressed to position 5, flap presser ( R) 0 will descend.
12. This completes material setting.
*
*
1 • Padding presser
2. Bodice
3 • Welting material
4. Flap
~ding plate
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ADJUSTING THE MARKING LIGHT
Adjust the focus before setting the material in place.
Focus adjustment
1 • The marking light will come on when the power switch 0 is set to ON.
2 • Loosen screw 8 and raise or lower the lens hood 0 so that the crosshairs rt±tJ projected on the
material are sharply focused.
Loosen bolt 0 and adjust the crosshairs rffiJ so that they are focused precisely at the sewing
start· and sewing end positions.
Use Allen bolts 8 to adjust the sewing start position forward or back.
*
* Three marking lights can be installed with option 808367-000.
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PROGRAMMING(Entering a standard sewing program)
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Set MODE to PROGRAM. The PROGRAMMING NUMBER and SEAM LENGTH indicators will
blink~
Flap sewing is selected if F- :J or F-C are displayed.
Entering a standard sewing program >
Change the seam length of programming number 1 from 100 to 125.
1 • Set MODE
0
to PROGRAM.
2 • Press SELECT 8 so that programming number indicator 1 lights.
3 • Enter the seam length for the standard sewing program.
Press switches 0 to change the seam length display from 100 to 125.
4. Change MODE 0 to any position other than PROGRAM.
Changes in the program settings are stored when the MODE switch is reset. If the power is
turned off before resetting MODE, the changes will not be stored in the program.
5. Set MODE 0 to AUTOMATIC to sew.
*
Program
I~-------. ----tJ
125
MODE
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• KNIFE CHANGE
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.ROGRAMMING
UMBER
1
2
4
3
-EAM
NGTH
(Q)BOBBIN
COUNTER SET
I ,-, II
5
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f ,_, ,_,
I
5aECT[EfDJ DOD D
s~---~E
SET
CYCLE PGM.
0
i•
MODE
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• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
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NUMBER
1
2
3
__EAM
<
4
~ENGTH
5
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COUNTER SET
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S
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PROGRAMMING(Enterlng a flap sewing program)
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*
*
Flap sewing programming is not possible on BAS-600.
Set MODE to PROGRAM. The PROGRAMMING NUMBER and SEAM LENGTH indicators will
blink.
Flap sewing is selected if F-::J or F-[ are displayed.
F-:J indicates right flap, F-C indicates left flap sewing.
Correct the sewing start position (correction data).
<
Entering a flap sewing program >
Change programming number 2 to right flap sewing, and correct the sewing start position.
1 • Set MODE 0 to PROGRAM.
2. Press SELECT 8 so that programming number indicator 2 lights.
3 • Select flap sewing and either right or left flap.
Press switch 0 (100s place) to display F.
Press switch 8 (1's place) to display :::J •
4 . Set the flap. (See page 17 for setting the flap. )
5 . Press the start switch 8.
MODE
~PROGRAMMING
NUMBER
Jl
[OfDJ
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A
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• KNifE CHANGE
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0
SELECT
-~~~TH @~:eR SET . . . BOBBIN COUNTER
[F -
c
, ,_, ,_,
I I 1-1 ,-,
SELECT
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N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
CYCLE PGM.
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6 • The flap sensor will detect the flap edge, and the carriage feed will move forward 40 mm and
stop.
The distance moved after material edge detection will appear in the BOBBIN COUNTER
display:40. 0.
7. Set CARRIAGE FEED switch 0 to FORWARD or BACKWARD to move the carriage feed so that
·
the flap edge is at the sewing start (needle) position.
The carriage feed can be moved in 0. 2 mm steps.
8 • Press SET switch 8 after the sewing start position is located.
The carriage feed will return to the home position, and the correction data shown in the BOBBIN
COUNTER display will be stored.
If EMERGENCY STOP 0 is pressed without pressing SET switch 8, the carriage feed will
return to the home position but the correction data will not be stored.
9. Changes in the program will be stored when MODE switch 0 is reset to any position other than
PROGRAM.
Changes in the program settings are stored when the MODE switch 0 is reset. If the power
is turned off before resetting MODE, the seam length will not be changed.
If the only change to be made is the right or left flap selection, steps 4_,8 can be skipped.
*
*
EMERGENCY STOP
~
CARRIAGE
FEED
I
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PROGRAMMING(Entering a cycle
*
*
sewing program)
CYCLE PGM allows up to six selections from any of program numbers 1-5 to be combined in any
order.
See the preceding pages to set a standard or flap sewing program in program numbers 1-5.
<
Entering a cycle sewing program >
Set a 1 -+ 2 -+ 1 -+ 3 sewing cycle.
1 • Set MODE 0 to KNIFE CHANGE & CYCLE PGM.
2. Press CYCLE PGM. CLEAR f).
3 • Press SELECT 0 to select program number 1.
4. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 0 to store program number 1.
5 • Press SELECT 0 to select program number 2.
6. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 0 to store program number 2.
7 • Press SELECT 8 to select program number 1.
8. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 0 to store program number 1.
9 • Press SELECT 8 to select program number 3.
10. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 0 to store program number 3.
11. Reset MODE 0 to any position other than KNIFE CHANGE & CYCLE PGM.
© If stacker operation is not programmed, stacker operation will be automatically programmed
after the last program number (3 above) to program stacker operation at that time.
© If stacker operation is not programmed, a period ". " will be automatically entered after the
last program number (3 above) to program stacker operation at that time.
© See page 34 to operate the stacker independently.
The changes in the sewing cycle are stored when MODE 0 is reset. No changes in the
sewing cycle will be stored if the power is turned off without resetting MODE.
If a mistake is made in the order, press CLEAR f) and reprogram from the beginning.
*
*
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.ROGRAMMING
UMBER
MODE
•I·!•II•M!·III
·•M.u&IHM
• PROGRAM
~
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
I
•
1
2
3
(Q)SEAM
(Q)BOBBIN
_.
LENGTH
COUNTER SET
BOBBIN COUNTER
5
4
@@@(Q)@
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[- -
-ll (- -
s~---~E
SET
-]
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DODD I I
© Program
N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
number
Cycle sewn repeatedly
1-+2-+1-+3
t
Sewing order
1
2
3
4
5
.8.©©
<
Checking the sewing cycle
>
1 • Set MODE 0 to KNIFE CHANGE & CYCLE PGM.
The order of the program cycle will be displayed •
MODE
•1·!111•1~!·11 II
• MM.Jfl*HM
• PROGRAM
'
~ • KNIFE
CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
•
1
ROGRAMMING
UMBER
2
3
4
5
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(Q}~~~TH @~g~~~R SET
[
I
-,
•C
:ll
S ?----~ E
SET
_ . BOBBIN COUNTER
-, -=~-
SELECT
O[EfCLEARU DOD D D
CYCLE
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N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
PGM
The period "." after the 3 indicates
0
stacker operation.
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I
PROGRAM CONFIRMATION
*
The carriage feed can be moved to check the sewing operation without actually sewing.
1 • Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
2 • Press SELECT 8 to select program number 1"'5.
Set STACKER 8 to ON to operate the stacker.
Set STACKER 8 to OFF if stacker operation i& not necessary.
3 . Set the material in place.
4 • Press· the start switch 8.
The carriage feed will advance to the sewing start position.
5 • Press the start switch 8 again.
The carriage feed will advance to the end point of the condensed seam (stitch length is
shortened) or backstitch seam.
6 • Continue pressing the start switch 8 to advance the carriage feed to the next step.
If the start switch 8 is pressed at the 5th stitch in condensed seam sewing or the 7th stitch in
backstitch sewing, the carriage feed will move to the corner knife position.
7. The carriage feed, flap presser, and binder will rise, and the stacker will operate.
The stacker will not operate if STACKER 8 is off.
8. Press the start switch 8 again.
The carriage feed will return to the home position.
If EMERGENCY STOP C) is pressed between steps 5 and 7 above, the carriage feed will
stop and return to the home position.
*
*
/A\ PROGRAMMING
MODE
'@II NUMBER
• !·!liie!M5i!i
• Mf&UIW•·
1
2
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYa.EPGM.
3
4
5
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SELECT
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~CYCLE PGM.!!J
8
0
EMERGENCY STOP
Ov
/
STACKER
I
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
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\,
SEWING
*
If the temperature is below 5°C, sewing machine operation will be sluggish at first. Test sew 2-3
work pieces before beginning regular operation.
1 • Set the power switch 0 to ON.
2. Press EMERGENCY STOP 8.
0 to AUTOMATIC.
To use the corner knife, turn CORNER KNIFE 0 and CENTER KNIFE 8 on.
To use the center knife, turn CENTER KNIFE 8 on.
When CENTER KNIFE 8 is off, the corner knife will not operate even if CORNER KNIFE 0
is on.
4. To use the stacker, turn STACKER 0 on.
If the stacker is not used, turn STACKER 8 off.
When in the cycle sewing mode, the stacker will not operate even if STACKER
is on if the
selected program number is not one included in the sewing cycle. (See p. 22, 34. )
·
5 • Set the material in place.
6 • Press the start switch 0.
The selected automatic sewing procedure will begin.
3. Set MODE
*
*
e
MODE
1 •l·l•il•lt~!·lil
• 1~!·!11•!·1•
• PROGRAM
• KNifE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
EMERGENCY STOP
CORNER
KNIFE
CENTER
KNIFE
STACKER
0~ ~
ll OBBIN COUNTER SET
* The carriage feed can be moved to provide more working space on the table when setting the
material in place.
When DIP switch 3-3 on the main circuit board is on, the timing at which the carriage feed
returns to the home position after sewing is completed is regulated by the start switch 0. Press
the start switch 0.
If the treadle is pressed back when the carriage feed is at the corner knife position, the
carriage feed can be returned to the home position with the start switc.h, regardless of the
ON-OFF setting of the above DIP switch.
*
*
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Setting the bobbin counter >
1 • Set MODE 0 to AUTOMATIC.
2. Press SELECT 8 to select the bobbin number 1-3.
3. Press BOBBIN COUNTER SET 0. The BOBBIN COUNTER SET indicator will blink.
The number of work pieces previously set for that bobbin will be shown in the BOBBIN
COUNTER SET display.
4 • Use switches 8 to change the setting.
5 • Press SET 0 when the changes are completed or if no changes are made.
(The number shown in the BOBBIN COUNTER SET display will appear in the BOBBIN
COUNTER display. )
The BOBBIN COUNTER SET indicator will go out.
<
@PROGRAMMING
NUMBER
MODE
~ •l·!lll•ltu.llll
• 16f.Uilt·1M
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
1
2
3
4
(Q)SEAM
LENGTH .BBIN
. OUNTER SET . . . BOBBIN COUNTER
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S ~----<: E
5
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SELECT@
N0.1
l
(Q) (Q)
NOHO~
EMERGENCY STOP
.~~
I
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
J
v
.
8
Checking the number of work pieces >
1 • Set MODE 0 to AUTOMATIC.
2. Set THREAD TRIMMER f) to NEEDLE.
The counter will increase by one each time a piece is completed. From 0-999, 999 work pieces
can be counted.
MODE
rB •l·!lll•lt~l·lill
•IMUIIHM
• PROGRAM
• KNlfE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM •
<
@~~~TH @~g~:eR SET -+
@PROGRAMMING
NUMBER
BOBBIN COUNTER
,-, ,-, ,-,
,,,
I
DCQCJ DOD D II II
2
1
3
4
,-,
,-,
,-,
fff
5
@@@@@
S
:?----~
E
SET
SELECT@ @
THREAD
TRIMMER
@
N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
•
Clearing the work piece counter display
>
1 . Set MODE 0 to AUTOMATIC.
2. With THREAD TRIMMER f) set to UPPER, press BOBBIN COUNTER SET 0. The counter will
be set to 0.
(Q)SEAM
(Q)BOBBIN
LENGTH
COUNTER SET
MODE
kj •l·l•ll•ltJ!·Iil
• •MMIH•
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
•
[
S
?----~
E
-+ BOBBIN COUNTER
Jl (
SET
DOD D
SELECT
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'-'·
0©>
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N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
EMERGENCY STOP
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BOBBIN COUNTER SET
THREAD
TRIMMER
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r£f
I
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<
Stitch tension >
1 • Bobbin thread tension
*
The bobbin thread tension varies with material and
thread. Turn adjusting screw 0 to adjust the
tension.
Standard tension is 40..-.,;50 g for medium-thick t6
thick materials when working with a #50 spun
yarn.
2 • Needle thread tension
*
Turn tension control nut f) to adjust the needle
thread tension.
Once the bobbin tension has been adjusted,
adjustment of the needle thread tension alone can
provide a clean, even seam.
0~ 4
:ip
Evenly tensioned seam
Needle thread tension is
too high, or bobbin
thread tension is too low.
/?
!
Needle thread tension is
too low, or bobbin thread
tension Is too high.
3 • Thread take-up spring
Greater
Smaller f'-.....:_ 0
•
*
*
\
a
w
Range of thread take-up spring operation
Standard range of thread take-up spring operation is 7..-.,;10 mm.
To adjust the range of thread take-up spring 8 operation, adjust stopper
8.
Thread take-up spring tension
Standard thread take-up spring tension is 20..-.,;40 g.
To adjust, loosen screw 8 and turn tension stud fj.
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\
\_.
CENTER KNIFE POSITION ADJUSTM ENT
*
Adjustm ent of the center knife positi on should be done according to the th ickness of the material.
Th e hi gher the number of the ce nter knife position, th e farth er inside the corner knife is
positi oned.
Ex. Change the sewing start [ill valu e from 5 to 6, and the sewing end ~ value from 5 to 7.
1 . Press the switch 0 for th e sewing start [ill position to change the 5 to a 6.
2 . Press the switch 8 for th e sewing start ~ position to change the 5 to a 7.
If th e above change is made before sewin g starts, the machine may be in any mode.
*
l1J)l.AlifiiE
----CENTER K.
.
601
601
Sewi ng start
Sewing end
~--- -- - - ---- --- ----~
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s
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9- - 0
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CORNER KNIFE POSIT.ION ADJUSTMENT
*
Adjustment of the corner knife position should be done according to the thickness of the material.
The higher the number of the corner knife position, the farther inside the corner knife is
_ positioned.
Ex. Change the sewing start value from 5 to 6, and the sewing end value from 5 to 7.
1 • .Set MODE 0 to PROGRAM.
2 • Press SET· 8.
The corner knife position will be shown in the display.
3. Press SEAM LENGTH switch 0 to display a 6.
4. Press SEAM LENGTH switch 8 to display a 7.
5. The new corner knife position will be stored when SET 8 is pressed or MODE 0 is reset to any
other position from PROGRAM.
If the power is turned off without pressing SET or changing the MODE position, the change will
not be stored.
The corner knife will not operate when the center knife is off (even if the corner knife switch
is on).
*
j
MODE
•IIIIIGil
•IMU!it·!M
1• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYa.E PGM.
0
@PROGRAMMING
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
@@@@@
(Q)SEAM
(Q)BOBBIN
LENGTH
COUNTER SET . . . BOBBIN COUNTER
,- - ,-='
~
I(
0[0LEO.J ~~~
S
~---~
E
SET
l
SELECT@ @@
II ,, N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
(Q)SEAM
LENGTH @BOBBIN
COUNTER SET . . . BOBBIN COUNTER
s
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E
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-9
9--0
-,
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f
E
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DODD
SELECT
N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
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FLAP SENSOR SENSITIVITY ADJUSTMENT
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Adjusting flap sensor sensitivity >
1 • Set MODE 0 to PROGRAM, and set a seam length of 190 mm.
2. Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
3 • Set a piece of material in place so the rubber padding on the back of the carriage feed does not
wear.
4 • Press the start switch f).
The carriage feed will move to the sewing start position, and flap sensor
(both right and left)
sensitivity will be monitored.
5 • Move the carriage feed by hand forward from the position at which it stopped so that the window
8 for the flap sensor is under the sensor
Sensor sensitivity can now be adjusted as described under "Sensitivity adjustment" on the next
page.
6 • Move the carriage feed by hand from position A to B (the full length of the sensor window), and
& do not light.
make sure the FLAP SENSOR indicators
7. When adjustment is completed, press EMERGENCY STOP 0.
The carriage feed will return to the home position.
e
e.
.
e,
@~~~TH @~:m SET
MODE
fi
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I
!
I ,-, ,-,
f -;
S
~----~
E
I
SET
DODD
0
EMERGENCY STOP
(Q)
v
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BOBBIN COUNTER SET
______,
,..,..
A
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•
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<
Sensitivity adjustment >
1 . With the reflector positioned below the sensor, turn sensitivity controls 0 and 0 so that FLAP
SENSOR indicators 0 and 0 are between on and off.
2 . Turn the controls another 45• clockwise from this position.
3 . Set a piece of material over the reflector now, and make sure the FLAP SENSOR indicator
lights.
-H----0
'--~---0
~Hl----- 0
L__--':::::======l-- t t - - -
0
Be sure to clean the lamp behind the flap sensor and the reflector (folding plate ) top before
sewing.
Flap
sensor
lamp
Reflector
(folding plate )
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TROUBLE
*
The machine will stop automatically if trouble develops while sewing.
·<
UPPER THREAD BREAKAGE indicator lights
>
1 • Press EMERGENCY STOP 0. The carriage feed
will advance.
2 • Thread the needle thread.
EMERGENCY STOP
TROUBLE
•
*
~
UPPER THREAD
BREAKAGE
01 Right thread
10 Left thread
©)BOBBIN EMPTY
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
©~
0
<
BOBBIN EMPTY indicator lights >
1 • Set MODE 0 to AUTOMATIC, and set the number of work pieces for the bobbin in the BOBBIN
COUNTER SET 0 display. (p. 26)
2. Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
3. Set CARRIAGE FEED 8 to FORWARD. The carriage feed will advance.
4 • Replace the bobbin with a full bobbin.
See page 26 for resetting the bobbin counter.
*
MODE
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1-1 II:
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,,,,,I
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• KNFE CHANGE
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DOD
EMERGENCY STOP
TROUBLE
I (__-----..JJ
SET
SELECT
0
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N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
0
oil
CARRIAGE
FEED
©:~
II
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
•
BOBBIN EMPTY
©~
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*<
*
PROGRAMMING ERROR indicator lights >
If the sewing range exceeds 28-190 mm while programming, or if the flap seam is set to more than
50 mm, re-enter the correct value. (Range is 36,..,., 190 mm for a gauge width of 16......,20 mm. )
If the indicator lights in the AUTOMATIC or MANUAL mode
There is an error in the data. Re-enter the data in the PROGRAM mode.
.
t
EMERGENCY STOP
MODE
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• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
EMERGENCY STOP >
Press EMERGENCY STOP
<
0
TROUBLE
©UPPER THREAD
oil
BREAKAGE
II
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
©
BOBBIN EMPTY
·~lNG
to stop carriage feed movement.
EMERGENCY STOP
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
0
Resetting after an emergency stop
When EMERGENCY STOP is pressed again, the needle thread will be cut, the carriage feed will
move to the thread trimming position, and the carriage feed will rise. The needle and bobbin
thread trimmer knives can be operated at this time.
Press EMERGENCY STOP again, and press the start switch on. The carriage feed will return to
the home position. Sewing is possible.
*
EMERGENCY STOP
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
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OPERATING THE STACKER DURING CYCLE SEWING
Ex. Program the following cycle: program # 1 --+ 2 --+ stacker operation --+ 1 --+ 3 --+ stacker
operation.
1 . Set MODE 0 to KNIFE CHANGE & CYCLE PGM.
2. Press CYCLE PGM. CLEAR f).
3 • Press SELECT 8 to select program number 1.
4. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 8 to store program number 1.
5 • Press SELECT 8 to select program number 2.
6. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 8 to store program number 2.
7 • Press bobbin counter SET 8. A period ". " will be displayed to store stacker operation in the
program cycle.
The stacker does not operate while the period ". " is blinking.
8 • Press SELECT 8 to select program number 1.
9. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 8 to store program number 1.
10. Press SELECT 8 to select program number 3.
11. Press CYCLE PGM. SET 8 to store program number 3.
12. Press bobbin counter SET 8. A period "." will be displayed to store stacker operation in the
program cycle.
13. Reset MODE 0 to any position other than KNIFE CHANGE & CYCLE PGM.
Changing the MODE 0 selection stores the order of the sewing cycle. No changes in the
sewing cycle will be stored if the power is turned off without resetting MODE.
If a mistake is made in the order, press CLEAR f) and reprogram from the start.
*
*
*
MODE
• I·""'W·ii'
• '·'Mfiit·iM
• PROGRAM
'
~ • KNIFE
CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
•
1
ROGRAMMING
UMBER
2
3
4
@~~~TH ©~Jrm SET
5
I
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f
, ..,,.
~,.,
~
,,,
_....._,*
,,,.
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_ . BOBBIN COUNTER
I (- - -]
~~;JJ DOD D I
S
:?----~
E
SET
SELECT© © ©
I
N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
0
MODE
.ROORAMMING
UMBER
~~
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
_ . BOBBIN COUNTER
I (9.- -]
DCQCJ Do0f5 I ,
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• 1!!·!111!·!· ©©©©©
• PROGRAM
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I
-,
-.
fl
I
f
SELECT© ©@
N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
-r
0
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STANDARD ADJUSTMENTS<sewing
<
Needle installation
>
*
•
•
<
machine head)
Loosen Allen screw 0, and insert the needle 8 all
the way in with the long groove to the inside.
Use an MtX 190 needle •
Long groove
Upper and lower shaft timing adjustment
>
1•
2.
3.
4•
Remove the needle.
Tilt the machine and remove the timing belt 0.
Align marker A on the pulley with the red index.
Without moving the upper shaft, align the arrow on the lower belt 8 with the arm bed reference
line, and remount the timing belt.
5 . Right the machine and install the needle.
<
Needle and rotary hook timing adjustment
[Needle to rotary hook point gap]
>
Needle
Rotary hook point
-H---
Max. 0.05 mm
1 • The gap between the needle and rotary hook point should be 0. 05 mm. Loosen screws ®, @,
and ©, and shift the rotary hook base 0 right or left to adjust.
2 • The gap between the rotary hook base 0 inside and the lower shaft gear f) should be
approximately 0. 2 mm. Shift the lower shaft gear f) right or left to adjust.
Be sure that the screw stop does not change when screws © are tightened to gear f).
*
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[Rotary hook to needle plate gap]
*
The gap between the rotary hook 8 and needle plate 8 shouid be 0. 6-0. 9 mm. Loosen screw 0
and raise or lower rotary hook 8 to adjust.
[Needle bar lift stroke and needle bar height]
~Needle
0
I
:I
1 ,
1 -1. 5mm
I I
I I
ll
1/
2.4mm
Needle bar lift stroke
1 • The rotary hook point should be aligned with the needle center when the needle is raised 2. 4 mm
from the bottom point. Loosen screw 8 and turn rotary hook 8 to adjust.
Needle bar height
1 • The gap between the top of the needle hole and the rotary hook point should be 1-1. 5 mm when
the rotary hook point is aligned with the needle center. Loosen screw 8 and raise or lower the
needle bar to adjust.
[Rotary hook and bobbin case opener gap]
*
The rotary hook 0 to bobbin case opener 0 gap
should be 0. 2 mm when the bobbin case opener 0
is shifted all the way in the direction of the arrow.
Loosen screw 0, and shift the bobbin case
opener 0 right or left to adjust.
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CARRIAGE FEED ADJUSTMENT
<
Parallel adjustment of needle and carriage feed >
1 • Set the carriage feed to the stop position.
Move the carriage feed and make sure the needle and carriage feed are parallel as shown in
the figure below.
Adjustment
Loosen screws
and 0, and adjust the angle of carriage feed arms 8 and left 8.
Place a piece of material below carriage feed arms 8 and 8, and lower the carriage feed to
clamp the material. Now pull on the material to make sure the carriage feed evenly clamps the
material at front and back.
Carriage feed angle adjustment >
Make sure the carriage feed angle is properly adjusted for the material in use.
e
*<
Adjustment
Loosen screws
e
and
0,
and adjust the angle of carriage feed arms
8
and left
8.
•
•
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*<
Carriage feed height adjustment >
The front edge of the carriage feed should be approximately 20 mm high at the home position.
20mm
. -----.r--------~-----------qr
I
"'
:
20mm]
•
Adjustment
Loosen nut 0, and adjust bolt fj.
Loosen bolt fj to raise the carriage feed, tighten the bolt to lower the carriage feed.
Before adjusting, turn the power switch off, move the carriage feed forward and back by hand,
and make sure the flap presser does not strike the machine.
<
Folding plate position adjustment >
Move the carriage feed, and make sure the edge of the carriage feed and the edge of the folding
plate are flush.
Also, the gap between the folding plate and needle should be approximately 1 mm when the
folding plate is fully extended.
Move the carriage feed, and make sure the gap between the folding plate and needle is
approximately 1 mm.
*
-J
o~-------r~
1 mm
o_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
1 mm
Adjustment
Loosen bolts 0, and bring the edge of the
carriage feed flush with the edge of the folding
plate.
o Loosen nut 8, turn nut 8, and adjust the
stroke of the folding plate.
Loosen nut 8 to increase the stroke
Tighten nut 8 to decrease the stroke.
o
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<
Binder position adjustment
>
5mm
•
0
approx. 1mm
1 • When the binder 0 is down, the gap between the edge of the binder 0 and the edge of the
carriage feed 8 should be approximately 1 mm (on both sides), and the edges should be
parallel.
Adjustment
( 1) Loosen bolt 8 and adjust the binder 0 so the edge of the binder and carriage feed fJ are
parallel.
(2) Loosen bolt 8 and adjust the gap between the edge of the binder 0 and the edge of the
carriage feed fJ to approximately 1 mm (on both sides).
2 • When the binder 0 is down, the gap between the bottom of the binder 0 and the top of the
slide plate t) should be approximately 1 mm.
Adjustment
Loosen nut 0, and turn shaft 0 so the gap between the bottom of the binder 0 and the top of
the slide plate t) is approximately 1 mm. The gap at both ends of the binder 0 must be the same.
3 . The gap between the bottom of the cloth guides G and the top of the binder 0 should be
approximately 1 mm.
Adjustment
Loosen nut 0, and adjust bolts CD. Tighten bolts CD to raise, loosen the bolts to lower the
height.
Now lift the material guide arm 4D by hand to make sure the arm is returned by the spring
pressure.
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SENSOR ADJUSTMENT
Needle thread knife sensor adjustment >
0 to PROGRAM.
Set a seam length of 150 mm.
2. Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
3 . Set a piece of material in place so the cushion on the back of the carriage feed does not wear.
4 • Press the start switch 8.
The carriage feed will move to the sewing start position.
5. Set THREAD TRIMMER 0 to UPPER.
The needle thread trimmer knife 8 will descend.
Adjust the timing at which the thread trimmer becomes off with needle thread knife sensor 8.
6. Slide needle thread knife sensor 8 up or down and secure where the needle thread trimmer
knife 8 will not strike the flap presser (folding plate).
When the needle thread trimmer knife 8 is off, the needle thread trimmer knife 8 will not
operate if the needle thread trimmer knife sensor indicator 8 is already on.
<
1 • Set MODE
·*
MODE
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•IM'f!lt·!M
Jf •
PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
.ROGRAMMING
UMBER
1
2
3
4
-~~TH @gg~~R SET
,- II
,I ='
,_.
5
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oco-oJ
CYCLE PGM •
S
;?____ ~
E
I
SET
DOD D
.... BOBBIN COUNTER
(
SELECT@ @@
II II N0.1 N0.2 N0.3
•
MODE
THREAD
TRIMMER
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)
l
• ·~~!·!Ill!·!·
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
0
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<
1•
2.
3.
4.
Corner knife adjustment >
Set MODE 0 to AUTOMATIC.
Set CORNER KNIFE f) and CENTER KNIFE 8 to ON.
Set a piece of material in place, and press the start switch 8.
When the corner knife operates after sewing, adjust the position of the sensor 8 where the
alarm stops.
Make sure the blade of the corner knife cuts the material at this time.
If the sensor position is too low, the corner knife will not rise enough.
The amount cut by the corner knife is dimension B, approximately 2 mm less than dimension A of
the gauge. Make sure there is a 1 mm allowance inside the seams.
MODE
jJ •l·!•ll•bU·!III
• ~~~!·!Ill!·!·
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYa.E PGM.
@PROGRAMMING
NUMBER
4
5
1
3
2
@@@©@
DCOLCJ
CORNER CENTER
KNIFE
KNIFE
El
El
t
t
0
•
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STACKER ADJUSTMENT
< Bar stacker >
Make sure the stacker bar does not extend beyond the table.
Loosen bolt 8 and adjust so that
A
the material drapes evenly over
the stacker plate.
Adjust the
stacker
height with
bolts
0.
Adjust the stacker stop position with nut f).
Cushion adjustment when stopping towards A
Tighten speed controller screw 8 to decrease the
stop speed.
Loosen speed controller screw 8 to increase the
stop speed.
Cushion adjustment when stopping towards B
Tighten speed controller screw 8 to decrease the
stop speed.
Loosen speed controller screw 8 to increase the
stop speed.
Adjust so that the recoil of the stacker bar does
not cause the bar to strike the machine when it
stops.
*
Speed adjustment in direction A
Screw valve speed control screw 0 in (turn right) to decrease air cylinder speed.
Loosen to increase the speed.
Speed adjustment in direction B
Adjust valve speed control screw 0 as above.
If the stacker bar returns before the end of the cylinder 8 stroke when the stacker is operated
in the AUTOMATIC or MANUAL mode, increase the speed so that the bar travels all the way to
the end of the stroke.
*
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<
Pickup stacker
>
Adjust the
stacker
height with
bolts 0.
Loosen nut 8 to adjust the chuck open-
Flush
I
opening is
~:i:ll:li.'Sm
Adjust the stacker stop position with nut f) so that
the edge of the table and the edge of the chuck are
flush.
Adjust screw 0 to adjust the material release timing.
Cushion adjustment when stopping towards A
Tighten speed controller screw C) to decrease the
stop speed.
Loosen speed controller screw C) to increase the
stop speed.
Cushion adjustment when stopping towards 8
Tighten speed controller screw 0 to decrease the
stop speed.
Loosen speed controller screw 0 to increase the
stop speed.
Speed adjustment in direction A
Screw valve speed control screw
Loosen to increase the speed.
Speed adjustment in direction 8
Adjust valve speed control screw
0
in (turn right) to decrease air cylinder speed.
G as above.
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KNIFE REPLACEMENT
<
Corner knife replacement
>
1 . Set MODE 0 to KNIFE CHANGE
& CYCLE PGM.
2. Press EMERGENCY STOP 8.
An alarm will sound once, and the carriage feed will move to the knife replacement position.
The alarm will sound once more when the carriage feed stops.
3. Press EMERGENCY STOP 8 once more.
The alarm will sound twice, the carriage feed and flap presser will descend, and the corner
knife will rise above the table.
Keep your hands away from the knife.
AIR OFF will be displayed.
4 • Turn air cock 8 to stop the air supply. (Bleed the air line. )
The corner knife will be locked in the up position.
5 • Loosen screw 8, and replace corner knife 8.
Align the edge of the corner knife 8 with the edge of the knife bracket 0.
6. After replacing the knife, turn air cock 8 to restore the air supply.
7. Press EMERGENCY STOP 8 again.
The alarm will sound twice, the carriage feed and flap presser will rise, and the corner knife will
descend.
The carriage feed will move to the stop position, and the alarm will sound once.
*
*
MODE
Align the edges.
•l·!lll•lll!·!il
• 1!!·!111!·!·
• PROGRAM
0
g•
l
KNifE CHANGE
&CYa.E PGM.
EMERGENCY STOP
0
L
I
I
BOBBIN COUNTER SET
Cautions on installation
o If the air supply is not turned on again in step 6
above, the corner· knife will not descend even if
the air supply is restored later. If this happens,
repeat steps 1 through ·7 above.
o If the corner knife is not in the center as shown in
the figure, loosen screw 0 and adjust the angle of
the corner knife.
X
_)_ __________( ,
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<
Needle thread trimmer knife replacement
MODE
.c.!llietfit.Ji!i
•IUUilt·!M
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
CARRIAGE
FEED
>
1 • Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
2. Set CARRIAGE FEED to FORWARD to move the
carriage feed out of the way so that knife
replacement is easier.
3. Set the power switch 0 to OFF.
4 • Remove screw 8, and remove movable knife
••
5 • Remove screw 0, and remove fixed knife
Installation is the reverse of removal.
*
0.
&CYa.EPGM.
0
Cautions on installation
o Adjust fixed knife 0 and spring 8 so that there is no gap and pressure is applied by the spring.
Increase the pressure if the knives do not cut properly.
o If the pressure is increased too much, movable knife operation will become sluggish and the
needle thread will not be properly released.
*
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<
Bobbin thread knife replacement
MODE
fi
>
CARRIAGE
FEED
•I·I•II•J~!·!II
; } • 1~!·!111!·!·
• PROGRAM
1 • Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
2. Set CARRIAGE FEED 8 to FORWARD. The
carriage feed will advance.
3. Set the power switch 8 to OFF.
4 • Remove slide plates right and left 8.
5. Tilt the machine.
6 • Loosen screw 0, and right the machine.
7 . Remove the right front cover 0, and then remove
from the underside of
the bobbin thread knife
the table.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
e
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYa.EPGM.
*
0
Cautions on installation
o Be sure the bobbin thread knife
does not extend
above the top of the needle plate.
o When the cylinder rod is fully retracted, the groove
in the bobbin thread knife
should be aligned
with the groove in the needle plate.
e
e
THREAD
TRIMMER
,-Needle plate
0
••
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<
1•
2.
3.
4•
Center knife replacement >
Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
Set CARRIAGE FEED 8 to FORWARD. The carriage feed will advance.
Set the power switch 0 to OFF.
Remove screw 8, and remove the center knife 0.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
*
MODE
pressure.
CARRIAGE
FEED
ll •
f·iliiett@Sii
) ~ elf&'JIIHM
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
·-·
0
~--
Cautions on installation
o Align the center knife 0 with the screw hole in the center knife bracket 0, and secure with screw
e.
o
')
0
<
1•
2.
3.
4.
5•
6.
The tip of the center knife should be 8 mm above the top of the needle plate. {Align the knife with
the bottom of the center knife guide. )
Set the power switch to ON, and make sure the center knife tip does not protrude from the center
knife guide 0.
Adjust center knife pressure by loosening screws 0 and adjusting center knife bracket 0.
Increasing the pressure too much will decrease center knife durability.
Fixed knife replacement >
Set MODE 0 to MANUAL.
.Set CARRIAGE FEED 8 to FORWARD. The carriage feed will advance.
Set the power switch 0 to OFF.
Remove slide plates right and left O.
Remove screw 8, and needle plate 0.
Remove screw 0, and fixed knife 0.
Installation is the reverse of removal.
*
MODE
n.
CARRIAGE
FEED
t·l•ll·l~!·n•
f1 . MM!f!WM
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYCLEPGM.
0
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DOUBLE WELTING
<
-+
SINGLE WELTING REPLACEMENT
Changing from double to single welting
>
1.
MODE
UIIJtlmJB
• ~~~!·!Ill!·!·
• PROGRAM
• KNIFE CHANGE
&CYa.EPGM.
1 • Set MODE to MANUAL, and forward the carriage feed to the thread trimming position.
2 . Change the binder assembly from a double welting to a single welting binder. Press the
treadle, work the binder assembly, and adjust the height.
3 • Loosen ruler fitting plate 0 screws 0 and carriage feed arm L 0 screw O, and remove spacer
w •.
4 . Slide ruler fitting plate 0 towards carriage feed arm L 0, and firmly tighten screw 0.
Make sure there are no gaps between ruler fitting plate 0, spacerS 0, and carriage feed arm
L 0, and then tighten screw 0.
5. Drain the air line, and remove spacer W 0 on the cylinder rod for folding plate L.
6 • Turn manual valve 0 for folding plate L off (down).
<
Changing from double to deformed welting
>
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ERROR MESSAGES
*
The machine will not operate when an error message (characters unrelated to the program) is
shown in the LED either when the power is turned on or during sewing.
Should an error message be displayed, contact your Brother dealer. A list of error messages is
given below.
E-1-* *
E-2-* *
E-3-* *
E-4- *
E-6- *
*
*
Switch-related error
Machine-related error
Carriage feed-related error
Sensor-related error
Thread breakage-related error
Error Contents
E-0-00
E-1-00
E- 1 -0 1
How to reset
Pressed EMERGENCY STOP while carriage
Refer to the following.
feed moving
Start switch depressed when power turned
Release the start switch.
on.
Padding cloth presser foot assembly switch
Release the treadle.
depressed when power turned on.
E-1-02
Treadle depressed when power turned on.
Release the treadle.
E-2-00
Machine motor does not stop at needle up
position.
Turn the pulley to raise
the needle.
E-2-0 1
Needle not at up position at sewing start.
Turn the power off.
E-2-02
Needle does not stop at up position at
sewing end.
Turn the power off.
E-3-00
Feed home position is overrun (home side).
Turn the power off.
E-3-01
Feed is overrun.
Turn the power off.
E-3-02
Increase feed time
Turn the power off.
E-3-03
Feed command wait
Turn the power off.
E-3-04
Feed error at error reset
Turn the power off.
E-3-05
Abnormal feed stop
Turn the power off.
E-3-06
Overrun to home side when power turned on.
Move the carriage feed away
from the ooerator bv hand.
E-4-01
Right flap sensor defect
Same as emergency stop.
E-4-10
Left flap sensor defect
Same as emergency stop.
E-5-00
Cycle program interrupted.
Cycle program will be cleared
and automatically reset.
E-6-0 1
Right thread breakage
Same as emergency stop.
E-6-10
Left thread breakage
Same as emergency stop.
E-7-00
Memory read error
Replace the circuit board.
<Emergency stop >
If EMERGENCY STOP is pressed while the carriage feed is moving, the feed motor and machine
motor will stop immediately. The machine will now be in the same status as when the power is
first turned on. The carriage feed will be in the same position as when EMERGENCY STOP is
pressed. (See p. 33)
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MAIN CIRCUIT BOARD DIP SWITCH DESCRIPTIONS
Be sure the power switch is OFF before resetting any DIP switches.
SWl
ON
Lock stitch
pitch
Fraying
prevention
ON: Backstitch
Backstitch or
condense stitc
seam length
1
I
PSW-15
PSW-16
(mm)
PSW-17
PSW-18
Condense
stitch pitch
(mm)
OFF: Condense
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF OFF ON ON
4.0 5.0 6.0 7. 0
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF OFF ON ON
0.8 1.0 1.2 1.4
SW2
ON
al
sw21 22 23 24 2s 2s 21 2
I.D
OFF: 2200 spm
D D D D D D 0 .
OFF
Carriage feed I
speed to sewing 1 PSW-22
start oosition
I
ON : 20 m /min.
OFF: 15 m/min.
Carriage feed 1
speed to corner I PSW-23
knife position
ON : 20 m /min.
OFF: 15 m/min.
mSEC OFF: 350
Folding timer
PSW-25
PSW-26
Carriage feed
operating order
SW2
~resser I
Flap
PSW- 27
operatmg order I
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
Right
-.left
Left-.
right
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
Synchronized to
carriage
feed
mSEC
ON
ON
Synchronized
to carriage
feed, flap
presser
Right flap : Right --. left
Left flap
Left --. right
Right flap: Left --. right
Left flap : Right --. left
OFF: Timer start
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SW3
ON
sw31 32 33 34 35 36 37 381 I
Gauge
1PSW-al I ON : 8, 10, 12, 14 mm
I. D D D D D D D 0 . . . . -------'--·--"'--·O_F_F_:_16....:..,_1~8,:.....-20_m_m_ _ _ _ _ ___,
OFF
Thread breakag
monitor
ON : Exists OFF: None
Carriage feed
osition
ON : Start switch monitor exists
I PSW-34
I PSW-35
Stacker type
CHECK ROUTINE
PSW-36
PSW-37
OFF
OFF
Pickup
ON
OFF
Bar
OFF
ON
Roller
ON : Sensor INITI.
ON : Memory INITI. W-CYCLE
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ON
ON
MEMORY INITIALIZATION
*
Used to initialize or clear the memory of sewing data required for a sewing procedure.
1 • Set the power switch to OFF.
Turn switch 3-7 on the main circuit board to ON.
2. Set the power switch to ON.
The memory will be completely cleared, and standard data will be written to memory.
When writing is completed, the alarm will sound once, and program number indicators 1-5 and
bobbin counter indicators 1-3 will light.
3. Set the power switch to OFF.
Turn switch 3-7 on the main circuit board to OFF.
<
Standard data contents
>
1
Cycle sewing
Program
CD
2
--+
--+
3
28 mm (36mm)
Program®
50 mm
Program@
100 mm
Program®
150 mm
Program@
190 mm
Flap correction
CD
40.0 mm
Flap correction
®
40.0 mm
Flap correction
®·
40.0 mm
Flap correction
®
40.0 mm
Flap correction @
40.0 mm
Corner knife correction
CD
5
-
5
Corner knife correction
®
5
-
5
5 -
5
Corner knife correction @
®
5
-
5
Corner knife correction @
5
-
5
Corner knife correction
Bobbin thread
CD
100
Bobbin thread
®
150
Bobbin thread @
200
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Phenomenon
Needle thread
breaks
Cause
Where to check
Solution
Bent needle, blunt tip
Needle·
Replace.
Poor needle Installation.
Needle alignment
Reinstall correctly.
See "Threading the needle
13
thread"
Not threaded correctly.
Excessive needle thread
Needle thread tension
ten~ion
See "Stitch tension"
Wrong rotar}t hook to
l - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 See "Needle and rotary
bobbin case opener gap
hook timing adjustment"
Bobbin thread
breaks
Poor needle to rotary
hook timing
See "Needle and rotary
hook timing adjustment"
Not threaded correctly.
See "Threading the needle
thread"
Bobbin thread tension adjusting screw is too tight.
Excessive bobbin thread
tension
Readjust.
Oil, thread trimmings in l - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1 Clean away all thread
bobbin case.
trimmings and oil.
I
Uneven
slit~ Bent needle, blunt ti~.._N_e_e_d_l_e_ _ _ _ _ __jl-----1 Re~lace.
Bent needle, blunt
ti~_l-----1 Needle
Incorrect needle Installation.
H
Replace.
_j
· - - Needle facing, height
1
I Skipped stitches
weak,or range Is too small.
Stitches do not
tighten.
Needle thread tension Is
strength, action
See "Stitch tension".
Needle thread tension
Bobbin thread tension
1271
See "Stitch tension".
Needle facing, height
Needle breaks
Bent needle, blunt tip
Needle
See "Needle and rotary
hook timing adjustment".
Poor needle to rotary
Needle doesn't stop
at up position.
Needle up stop element
Position of needle up
stop element
See "Position detector
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