Original Operating Instructions - Duerkopp

868-M
Operating Instructions
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Table of Contents
1
About these instructions .................................................................... 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
For whom are these instructions intended? .......................................... 5
Representation conventions – symbols and characters ........................ 6
Other documents ................................................................................... 7
Liability .................................................................................................. 8
2
Safety.................................................................................................... 9
2.1
2.2
Basic safety instructions ........................................................................ 9
Signal words and symbols used in warnings....................................... 10
3
Machine description.......................................................................... 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
Components of the machine ............................................................... 15
Proper use ........................................................................................... 16
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................... 17
4
Operation ........................................................................................... 19
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.6
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.8.3
4.8.4
4.9
4.9.1
4.9.2
4.10
4.11
4.11.1
4.11.2
4.11.3
4.12
4.12.1
Preparing the machine for operation ................................................... 19
Switching on and off the machine ....................................................... 20
Switching on and off the sewing lamp ................................................. 21
Inserting/changing the needle ............................................................. 24
In 1-needle machines .......................................................................... 25
In 2-needle machines .......................................................................... 26
Threading the needle thread ............................................................... 28
In 1-needle machines .......................................................................... 28
In 2-needle machines .......................................................................... 34
Winding the hook thread ..................................................................... 41
Changing the bobbin ........................................................................... 44
Changing the right bobbin ................................................................... 45
Changing the left bobbin ..................................................................... 46
Thread tension .................................................................................... 47
Setting the needle thread tension........................................................ 48
Opening the needle thread tension ..................................................... 51
Switching on and off the additional tensioner ...................................... 51
Setting the hook thread tension........................................................... 52
Setting the needle thread regulator ..................................................... 53
In 1-needle machines .......................................................................... 53
In 2-needle machines .......................................................................... 54
Locking the sewing feet at top dead center ......................................... 56
Sewing foot stroke ............................................................................... 57
Limiting of number of stitches with an increased sewing foot stroke... 57
Setting the sewing foot stroke ............................................................. 58
Quick stroke adjustment via knee button ............................................ 60
Lifting the sewing feet.......................................................................... 61
Mechanical lifting with the knee lever .................................................. 61
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4.12.2
4.13
4.14
4.14.1
4.14.2
4.15
4.16
4.17
4.18
4.18.1
4.18.2
4.18.3
4.19
4.20
4.20.1
4.20.2
Electropneumatic lifting with the pedal ................................................ 62
Setting the sewing foot pressure ......................................................... 63
Buttons on the push button panel........................................................ 64
Switching on and off the function of a button ...................................... 66
Assigning functions to the favorite button............................................ 67
LEDs on the machine arm ................................................................... 68
Remaining thread monitor ................................................................... 69
Sewing backwards with the stitch adjustment lever ............................ 72
Stitch length......................................................................................... 73
Setting the stitch length ....................................................................... 73
Sewing with 2 stitch lengths ................................................................ 75
Removing blocking of the adjusting wheels ........................................ 76
Additional equipment seam middle guide............................................ 77
Sewing................................................................................................. 80
Pressing the pedal............................................................................... 80
Sewing with the machine..................................................................... 83
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Programming ..................................................................................... 87
5.1
5.2
5.3
Buttons on the control panel................................................................ 88
Assigning functions to buttons on the push button panel .................... 92
Assigning a function to the knee button .............................................. 93
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Maintenance....................................................................................... 95
6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
6.4
Cleaning .............................................................................................. 97
Lubricating ........................................................................................... 99
Checking the oil level ........................................................................ 101
Setting the hook lubrication ............................................................... 102
Servicing the pneumatic system........................................................ 104
Setting the operating pressure .......................................................... 104
Draining the water condensation ....................................................... 106
Cleaning the filter element................................................................. 107
Parts list............................................................................................. 108
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Setup ................................................................................................ 109
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
Checking the scope of delivery ......................................................... 109
Removing the transport locks ............................................................ 109
Assembling the stand ........................................................................ 110
Assembling the control ...................................................................... 111
Completing the tabletop .................................................................... 112
Assembling the pedal and setpoint device ........................................ 117
Inserting the machine head ............................................................... 119
Setting the working height ................................................................. 122
Setting the pedal ............................................................................... 123
Assembling the control panel ............................................................ 124
Assembling the knee lever / knee button .......................................... 125
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7.11.1
7.11.2
7.12
7.13
7.14
7.15
7.15.1
7.15.2
7.16
7.17
Assembling the mechanical knee lever ............................................. 125
Assembling the electric knee button.................................................. 126
Assembling the oil extraction line ...................................................... 127
Electrical connection ......................................................................... 128
Establishing equipotential bonding .................................................... 128
Pneumatic connection ....................................................................... 129
Assembling the compressed air maintenance unit ............................ 130
Setting the operating pressure .......................................................... 130
Checking the lubrication .................................................................... 131
Performing a test run ......................................................................... 131
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Decommissioning ........................................................................... 133
9
Disposal ........................................................................................... 135
10
Troubleshooting .............................................................................. 137
10.1
10.2
10.2.1
10.2.2
10.3
Customer Service .............................................................................. 137
Messages of the software ................................................................. 137
Information messages ....................................................................... 138
Error messages ................................................................................. 142
Errors in sewing process ................................................................... 146
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Technical data ................................................................................. 149
11.1
11.2
11.3
Data and characteristic values .......................................................... 149
Permissible maximum speeds........................................................... 150
Characteristics................................................................................... 151
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Appendix .......................................................................................... 153
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About these instructions
1
About these instructions
These instructions have been prepared with utmost care.
They contain information and notes intended to ensure long-term
and reliable operation.
Should you notice any discrepancies or if you have improvement
requests, then we would be glad to receive your feedback through
Customer Service ( p. 137).
Consider the instructions part of the product and store them in a
place where they are readily available.
1.1
For whom are these instructions intended?
These instructions are intended for:
• Operators:
This group is familiar with the machine and has access
to the instructions. Specifically, chapter Operation
( p. 19) is important for the operators.
• Specialists:
This group has the appropriate technical training for
performing maintenance or repairing malfunctions.
Specifically, the chapter Setup ( p. 109) is important for
specialists.
Service Instructions are supplied separately.
With regard to minimum qualification and other requirements to be
met by personnel, please also follow the chapter Safety ( p. 9).
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1.2
Representation conventions – symbols and
characters
Various information in these instructions is represented or highlighted by the following characters in order to facilitate easy and
quick understanding:
Proper setting
Specifies proper setting.
Disturbances
Specifies the disturbances that can occur from an incorrect setting.
Cover
Specifies which covers must be disassembled in order to access
the components to be set.
Steps to be performed when operating the machine (sewing
and equipping)
Steps to be performed for service, maintenance, and
installation
Steps to be performed via the software control panel
The individual steps are numbered:
1.
First step
2.
Second step
...
The steps must always be followed in the specified order.
•
Lists are marked by bullet points.

Result of performing an operation
Change to the machine or on the display/control panel.
Important
Special attention must be paid to this point when performing a step.
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Information
Additional information, e.g. on alternative operating options.
Order
Specifies the work to be performed before or after a setting.
References
 Reference to another section in these instructions.
Safety Important warnings for the user of the machine are specifically
marked. Since safety is of particular importance, hazard symbols,
levels of danger and their signal words are described separately
in the chapter Safety ( p. 9).
Location If no other clear location information is used in a figure, indications
information of right or left are always from the user's point of view.
1.3
Other documents
The machine includes components from other manufacturers.
Each manufacturer has performed a hazard assessment for these
purchased parts and confirmed their design compliance with
applicable European and national regulations. The proper use of
the built-in components is described in the corresponding manufacturer's instructions.
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1.4
Liability
All information and notes in these instructions have been compiled
in accordance with the latest technology and the applicable
standards and regulations.
Dürkopp Adler cannot be held liable for any damage resulting
from:
• Breakage and damage during transport
• Failure to observe these instructions
• Improper use
• Unauthorized modifications to the machine
• Use of untrained personnel
• Use of unapproved parts
Transport
Dürkopp Adler cannot be held liable for breakage and transport
damages. Inspect the delivery immediately upon receiving it.
Report any damage to the last transport manager. This also
applies if the packaging is not damaged.
Leave machines, equipment and packaging material in the condition in which they were found when the damage was discovered.
This will ensure any claims against the transport company.
Report all other complaints to Dürkopp Adler immediately after
receiving the product.
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Safety
2
Safety
This chapter contains basic information for your safety. Read the
instructions carefully before setting up or operating the machine.
Make sure to follow the information included in the safety
instructions. Failure to do so can result in serious injury and
property damage.
2.1
Basic safety instructions
The machine may only be used as described in these instructions.
The instructions should be available at the machine's location at
all times.
Work on live components and equipment is prohibited.
Exceptions are defined in the DIN VDE 0105.
For the following work, switch off the machine at the main switch
or disconnect the power plug:
• Replacing the needle or other sewing tools
• Leaving the workstation
• Performing maintenance work and repairs
• Threading
Missing or faulty parts could impair safety and damage the
machine. Only use original parts from the manufacturer.
Transport Use a lifting carriage or forklift to transport the machine. Raise the
machine max. 20 mm and secure it to prevent it from slipping off.
Setup The connecting cable must have a power plug approved in the
relevant country. The power plug may only be assembled to the
power cable by qualified specialists.
Obligations Follow the country-specific safety and accident prevention reguof the operator lations and the legal regulations concerning industrial safety and
the protection of the environment.
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Safety
All the warnings and safety signs on the machine must always be
in legible condition. Do not remove!
Missing or damaged warnings and safety signs must be replaced
immediately.
Requirements Only qualified specialists may:
to be met by
• set up the machine
the personnel
• perform maintenance work and repairs
• perform work on electrical equipment
Only authorized persons may work on the machine and must first
have understood these instructions.
Operation Check the machine during operating for any externally visible
damage. Stop working if you notice any changes to the machine.
Report any changes to your supervisor. Do not use a damaged
machine any further.
Safety Safety equipment should not be removed or deactivated. If it is
equipment essential to remove or deactivate safety equipment for a repair
operation, it must be assembled and put back into operation
immediately afterward.
2.2
Signal words and symbols used in warnings
Warnings in the text are distinguished by color bars.
The color scheme is based on the severity of the danger.
Signal words indicate the severity of the danger.
Signal words Signal words and the hazard they describe:
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Signal word
Meaning
DANGER
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, fatal or serious injury will result
WARNING
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, fatal or serious injury can result
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CAUTION
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, moderate or minor injury can result
CAUTION
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, environmental damage can result
NOTICE
(without hazard symbol)
If ignored, property damage can result
Symbols The following symbols indicate the type of danger to personnel:
Symbol
Type of danger
General
Electric shock
Puncture
Crushing
Environmental damage
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Safety
Examples Examples of the layout of warnings in the text:
DANGER
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that will result
in serious injury or even death if ignored.
WARNING
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in serious or even fatal injury if ignored.
CAUTION
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

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This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in moderate or minor injury if the warning is ignored.
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NOTICE
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in property damage if ignored.
CAUTION
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in environmental damage if ignored.
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Machine description
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Machine description
3.1
Components of the machine
Fig. 1: Components of the machine
①
②
⑫
③
⑪
⑩
④
⑤
⑨
⑧
⑥
⑦
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
- Control panel OP1000
- Tensioning plate
- Needle bar
- Hook
- Tabletop
- Stand
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(7) - Pedal
(8) - Knee button
(9) - Control (DAC classic)
(10) - Stitch adjustment lever
(11) - Winder
(12) - Reel stand
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3.2
Proper use
WARNING
Risk of injury from live, moving and cutting
parts as well as from sharp parts!
Improper use can result in electric shock, crushing,
cutting and punctures.
Follow all instructions provided.
NOTICE
Non-observance will lead to property damage!
Improper use can result in material damage at the machine.
Follow all instructions provided.
The machine may only be used with sewing material that satisfies
the requirements of the specific application at hand.
The machine is intended only for use with dry sewing material.
The sewing material must not contain any hard objects.
The needle thicknesses permissible for the machine are listed in
the Technical data ( p. 149) chapter.
The seam must be completed with a thread that satisfies the
requirements of the specific application at hand.
The machine is intended for industrial use.
The machine may only be set up and operated in dry conditions on
well-maintained premises. If the machine is operated on premises
that are not dry and well-maintained, then further measures may
be required which must be compatible with DIN EN 60204-31.
Only authorized persons may work on the machine.
Dürkopp Adler cannot be held liable for damages resulting from
improper use.
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Machine description
3.3
Declaration of Conformity
The machine complies with European regulations ensuring health,
safety, and environmental protection as specified in the declaration of conformity or in the declaration of incorporation.
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Operation
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Operation
The operating sequence consists of several different steps.
Fault-free operation is necessary in order to achieve a good
sewing result.
4.1
Preparing the machine for operation
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving, cutting and sharp
parts!
Crushing, cutting and punctures are possible.
If possible, make preparations only when the
machine is switched off.
Complete the following steps in preparation of sewing before
starting to work:
•
•
•
•
Inserting/changing the needle ( p. 24)
Threading the needle thread ( p. 28)
Inserting and winding on the hook thread ( p. 41)
Setting the thread tension ( p. 47)
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4.2
Switching on and off the machine
Fig. 2: Switching on and off the machine (1)
①
(1) - Main switch
Switching on the machine
To switch on the machine:
1.
Set the main switch (1) to position I.
Fig. 3: Switching on and off the machine (2)
③
②
(2) - LED light

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(3) - LED light
LED lights (2) and (3) are lit, indicating that the machine is
ready for use.
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Switching off the machine
To switch off the machine:
1.
Set the main switch (1) to position 0.

LED lights (2) and (3) are no longer lit, indicating that the
machine is switched off and powered off.
4.3
Switching on and off the sewing lamp
On CLASSIC machines, you switch the sewing lamp on and off
independently from the main switch / the machine itself.
Fig. 4: Switching on and off the sewing lamp (1)
①
(1) - Switch
Switching on the sewing lamp
To switch on the sewing lamp:
1.
Set the switch (1) to position I.
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Fig. 5: Switching on and off the sewing lamp (2)
④
③
②
(2) - Button
(3) - Button
(4) - Rotary knob
2.
To switch on the integrated sewing lamp, press button (2).

The sewing lamp illuminates.
3.
To switch on an external sewing lamp, press button (3).

The external sewing lamp illuminates.
Information
An integrated sewing lamp may be included depending on the
equipment of the machine. An external sewing lamp is not included
in the scope of delivery.
Disconnection from the power supply requires that the external/
integrated sewing lamp be switched off directly, independently
from the machine.
Setting the brightness
To set the brightness of the external/integrated sewing lamp:
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1.
Press and hold button (2)/(3) until the sewing lamp flashes
briefly.

You can now set the brightness.
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2.
Setting the brightness:
• set to a brighter level: Turn the rotary knob (4) clockwise
• set to a darker level: Turn the rotary knob (4)
counterclockwise
3.
Briefly press the button (2)/(3) once.

The sewing lamp flashes once, indicating that the brightness
level has been saved.
Switching off the sewing lamp
To switch off the sewing lamp:
1.
To switch off the integrated sewing lamp, press button (2).
2.
To switch off the external sewing lamp, press button (3).

The sewing lamp is no longer lit.
3.
Set the switch (1) to position 0.

The sewing lamps are now powered off.
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4.4
Inserting/changing the needle
CAUTION
Risk of injury from sharp parts!
Punctures possible.
Switch off the machine before you insert or change
the needle.
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
There is a risk of machine damage, needle breakage or
thread breakage if the distance between needle and hook tip
is incorrect.
Check the distance to the hook tip after inserting a needle
with a different thickness.
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4.4.1
In 1-needle machines
Fig. 6: In 1-needle machines
①
②
②
③
(1) - Needle bar
(2) - Screw
(3) - Groove
To change the needle in a 1-needle machine:
1.
Turn the handwheel until the needle bar (1) has reached the
upper end position.
2.
Loosen the screw (2).
3.
Pull the needle out towards the bottom.
4.
Insert the new needle into the hole in the needle bar (1) until
it reaches the end stop.
Important
Align the new needle in such a way that the groove (3) faces the
hook.
5.
Tighten the screw (2).
Order
Always adjust the clearance between the hook and the needle after
changing to a different needle thickness ( Service Instructions).
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Disturbance
An incorrect hook distance can cause the following disturbances:
• Changing to a thinner needle:
• Missing stitches
• Thread damage
• Changing to a thicker needle:
• Damage to the hook tip
• Damage to the needle
4.4.2
In 2-needle machines
Fig. 7: In 2-needle machines
①
②
④
②
③
③
(1) - Needle bar
(2) - Screw
(3) - Groove
(4) - Needle holder
To change the needle in a 2-needle machine:
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1.
Turn the handwheel until the needle bar (1) has reached the
upper end position.
2.
To change the right needle, loosen the right screw (2).
3.
To change the left needle, loosen the left screw (2).
4.
Pull the needle(s) downwards out of the needle holder (4).
5.
Insert new needle(s) into the corresponding hole of the needle
holder (4) until you reach the stop.
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Important
Align the new needles in such a way that the grooves (3) face the
hook. As viewed from the user side, the groove (3) of the left needle
must point to the left, while the groove (3) of the right needle must
point to the right.
6.
Tighten the screw (2).
Order
Always adjust the clearance between the hook and the needle after
changing to a different needle thickness ( Service Instructions).
Disturbance
An incorrect hook distance can cause the following disturbances:
• Changing to a thinner needle:
• Missing stitches
• Thread damage
• Changing to a thicker needle:
• Damage to the hook tip
• Damage to the needle
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4.5
Threading the needle thread
4.5.1
In 1-needle machines
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before threading the
needle thread.
To thread the needle thread:
1.
Fit the thread reel on the reel stand.
The unwinding bracket (1) must stand directly above the
thread reel.
Fig. 8: In 1-needle machines (1)
①
(1) - Unwinding bracket
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Fig. 9: In 1-needle machines (2)
①
(1) - Unwinding bracket
2.
Insert the needle thread from the rear to the front through the
thread guide on the unwinding bracket (1).
Fig. 10: In 1-needle machines (3)
③
②
⑪
④
⑤
⑥
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
- Thread guide
- Thread guide
- Needle thread regulator
- Hook
- Spring tip
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⑦ ⑧⑨ ⑩
(7) - Thread tension spring
(8) - Tightening lever
(9) - Additional tensioner
(10) - Main tensioner
(11) - Pre-tensioner
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3.
Insert the needle thread from the rear to the front through the
thread guide (2).
4.
Insert the needle thread in a wavelike manner through the left
holes of the thread guide (3): From the top left to the bottom,
from the bottom to the top and from the top to the bottom.

The needle thread must be inserted into the thread guide (3)
through three holes.
5.
Guide the needle thread clockwise around the
pre-tensioner (11).
6.
Guide the needle thread counterclockwise around the
additional tensioner (9).
7.
Guide the needle thread clockwise around the main
tensioner (10).
8.
Guide the needle thread clockwise to the thread tension
spring (7).
9.
Lift the tightening lever (8) with the needle thread.
10. Pull the needle thread under the spring tip (6).
11. Guide the needle thread under the hook (5).
12. Insert the needle thread from the bottom through the hole on
the needle thread regulator (4).
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Fig. 11: In 1-needle machines (4)
⑫
⑬
⑭
⑮
⑯
(12) - Thread lever
(13) - Upper thread guide
(14) - Upper thread guide of the thread clamp
(15) - Thread clamp
(16) - Thread guide
13. Thread the needle thread from the right through the lower hole
on the thread lever (12).
14. Insert the needle thread through the upper thread guide (13).
For machines with thread clamp (optional)
15. Insert the needle thread through the right hole of the thread
guide above the thread clamp (14).
16. Insert the needle thread through the right hole of the thread
clamp (15).
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Fig. 12: In 1-needle machines (5)
17. Insert the needle thread into the thread clamp (15) from the
left so that the thread is held in place inside the hook of the
thread clamp (15).
The needle thread is supposed to run through the thread
clamp almost without touching it and in such a way that it
only makes contact with the thread guides above and below
the thread clamp.
Fig. 13: In 1-needle machines (6)
⑯
⑰
(16) - Thread guide
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(17) - Thread guide of the needle bar
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18. Insert the needle thread through the right hole of the thread
guide (16).
Important
Fig. 14: In 1-needle machines (7)
⑱
For 868-390XXX-M
For 868-190XXX-M
19. Insert the needle thread through the thread guide of the needle
bar (17).
20. Insert the needle thread through the needle eye in such a way
that the loose thread end faces the hook.
For machines with thread cutter
21. Pull the needle thread through the needle eye until the loose
thread end has a length of approx. 4 cm with the thread lever (12)
at the highest position.
Important
Check the thread length.
If the loose thread end is too long, the needle thread may be caught
by the hook and cause a disturbance. If the loose thread end is
too short, the machine cannot start sewing.
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4.5.2
In 2-needle machines
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before threading the
needle threads.
To thread the right and the left needle thread:
1.
Fit the thread reels on the reel stands.
The unwinding bracket (1) must stand directly above the
thread reels.
Fig. 15: In 2-needle machines (1)
①
(1) - Unwinding bracket
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Fig. 16: In 2-needle machines (2)
①
(1) - Unwinding bracket
2.
Insert the right needle thread from the rear to the front through
the right thread guide on the unwinding bracket (1).
3.
Insert the left needle thread from the rear to the front through
the left thread guide on the unwinding bracket (1).
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Threading the right needle thread at the tensioning plate
Fig. 17: In 2-needle machines (3)
③
②
⑨
④
⑤ ⑥
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
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- Thread guide
- Thread guide
- Spring tip
- Thread tension spring
- Tightening lever
⑦ ⑧
(7) - Additional tensioner (right needle thread)
(8) - Main tensioner (right needle thread)
(9) - Pre-tensioner (right needle thread)
4.
Insert the needle thread from the rear to the front through the
thread guide (2).
5.
Insert the needle thread in a wavelike manner through the
3 center holes of the thread guide (3): From the center at the
top right to the bottom, from the bottom to the top and from
the top to the bottom.
6.
Guide the needle thread clockwise around the pre-tensioner (9).
7.
Guide the needle thread counterclockwise around the additional tensioner (7).
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8.
Guide the needle thread clockwise around the main
tensioner (8).
9.
Guide the needle thread clockwise to the thread tension
spring (5).
10. Lift the tightening lever (6) with the needle thread.
11. Pull the needle thread under the spring tip (4).
Threading the left needle thread at the tensioning plate
Fig. 18: In 2-needle machines (4)
⑩
⑪⑫
(10) - Pre-tensioner (left needle thread)
(11) - Additional tensioner
(left needle thread)
(12) - Main tensioner
(left needle thread)
12. Insert the left needle thread from the rear to the front left
through the thread guide (2).
13. Insert the left needle thread in a wavelike manner through the
3 left holes of the thread guide (3): From the center at the top
right to the bottom, from the bottom to the top and from the
top to the bottom.
14. Guide the needle thread clockwise around the
pre-tensioner (10).
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15. Guide the needle thread counterclockwise around the additional tensioner (11).
16. Guide the needle thread clockwise around the main
tensioner (12).
17. Guide the needle thread clockwise to the thread tension
spring (5).
18. Lift the tightening lever (6) with the needle thread.
19. Pull the needle thread under the spring tip (4).
Threading the needle thread at the needle thread regulator
Fig. 19: In 2-needle machines (5)
⑬
⑭
⑮
(13) - Thread lever (not visible)
(14) - Needle thread regulator
(15) - Hook
20. Guide the right needle thread behind the hook (15).
21. Guide the left needle thread behind the hook (15).
22. Thread the right needle thread from the bottom through the
front hole on the needle thread regulator (14).
23. Thread the left needle thread from the bottom through the rear
hole on the needle thread regulator (14).
24. Thread the right needle thread from the right through the lower
hole on the thread lever (13).
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25. Thread the left needle thread from the right through the upper
hole on the thread lever (13).
Fig. 20: In 2-needle machines (6)
⑯
⑰
⑱
⑲
(16) - Upper thread guide
(17) - Thread guide
(18) - Thread clamp
(19) - Thread guide
26. Insert the right and the left needle thread through the upper
thread guide (16).
For machines with thread clamp (optional)
27. Insert the right needle thread through the right hole of the
thread guide (17).
28. Insert the left needle thread through the left hole of the thread
guide (17).
29. Insert the right needle thread through the right hole of the
thread clamp (18).
The needle thread is supposed to run through the clamp
almost without touching it and in such a way that it only
makes contact with thread guides (17) and (19).
30. Insert the left needle thread through the left hole of the thread
clamp (18).
31. Insert the right needle thread through the right hole of the
thread guide (19).
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32. Insert the left needle thread through the left hole of the thread
guide (19).
Fig. 21: In 2-needle machines (7)
⑲
⑳
(19) - Thread guide
(20) - Thread guide
33. Insert the right needle thread through the right hole of the
thread guide (20).
34. Insert the left needle thread through the left hole of the thread
guide (20).
35. Insert the right needle thread through the right needle eye in
such a way that the loose thread end faces the right hook.
36. Insert the left needle thread through the left needle eye in
such a way that the loose thread end faces the left hook.
For machines with thread cutter
37. Pull each needle thread through the needle eye until the loose
thread end has a length of approx. 4 cm with the thread
lever (13) at the highest position.
Important
Check the thread length.
If the loose thread end is too long, the needle thread may be caught
by the hook and cause a disturbance. If the loose thread end is
too short, the machine cannot start sewing.
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4.6
Winding the hook thread
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before threading the
needle thread.
To thread the hook thread:
1.
Fit the thread reel on the reel stand.
The unwinding bracket (1) must stand directly above the
thread reel.
Fig. 22: Winding the hook thread (1)
①
(1) - Unwinding bracket
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Fig. 23: Winding the hook thread (2)
①
(1) - Unwinding bracket
2.
Insert the hook thread from the rear to the front through the
right thread guide on the unwinding bracket (1).
Fig. 24: Winding the hook thread (3)
④
③
②
⑥
⑤
(2) - Thread guide
(3) - Thread guide
(4) - Thread guide
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(5) - Pre-tensioner
(6) - Winder
3.
Insert the hook thread from the rear to the front through the
thread guide (3).
4.
Insert the hook thread in a wavelike manner through the 3 right
holes of the thread guide (4): From the top into the left hole,
from the bottom into the center hole, and from the top into the
right hole.

The last hole is the hole on the far right in the thread guide (4).
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5.
Guide the hook thread counterclockwise around the
pre-tensioner (5).
6.
Insert the hook thread through thread guide (2): From the
bottom left to the top and from the top to the bottom.

The last hole is the hole on the far right in the thread
guide (2).
7.
Guide the hook thread to the winder (6).
Fig. 25: Winding the hook thread (4)
⑨
⑧
⑦
(7) - Winder lever
(8) - Bobbin shaft
(9) - Cutter
8.
Clamp the hook thread behind the cutter (9) and tear off the
loose end behind it.
9.
Fit the empty bobbin onto the bobbin shaft (8).
10. Turn the bobbin clockwise until it clicks.
11. Pull the winder lever (7) up against the bobbin.
12. Switch on the machine.
13. Press the pedal forward to position 1.

The machine sews and winds the hook thread from the
thread reel onto the bobbin. When the bobbin is filled, the
winding process stops. The winder lever moves back down.
The cutter is automatically moved to its vertical initial position.
14. Remove the full bobbin from the bobbin shaft (8).
15. Tear off the hook thread behind the cutter (9).
You can now fill the next bobbin. You can insert the full bobbin
into the hook.
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4.7
Changing the bobbin
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Turn off the machine before changing a bobbin.
Machines with automatic remaining thread monitor
If the hook thread needs to be replaced, the LED indicator lamps
(1) light up on the machine arm. The left light is for the left-hand
hook, and the right light is for the right-hand hook.
Fig. 26: Changing the bobbin
–
+
①
(1) - LED indicator lamp
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4.7.1
Changing the right bobbin
Fig. 27: Changing the right bobbin
①
⑥
⑤
④
②
③
①
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
- Hook cover
- Slot
- Guide
- Tension spring
(5) - Slot
(6) - Bobbin case retainer
To change the right bobbin:
1.
Pull the right hook cover (1) up by a few millimeters before
pivoting it to the right.
2.
Swivel up the bobbin case retainer (6).
3.
Remove the empty bobbin.
4.
Insert a full bobbin:
Important
Insert the bobbin so that it moves in the opposite direction of the
hook when the thread is pulled out.
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Information
If the machine is equipped with a remaining thread monitor, the
bobbins will come with a thread supply groove embedded in the
bobbin core. Insert these types of bobbin in the hook in such a
way that the thread supply groove faces down ( p. 69).
Otherwise, the remaining thread monitor will not work.
5.
Feed the hook thread through the slot (5) in the bobbin case
retainer.
6.
Pull the hook thread under the tension spring (4).
7.
Feed the hook thread through the slot (2) and pull it approx.
3 cm further.
8.
Close the bobbin case retainer (6).
9.
Fold the hook cover (1) closed.
4.7.2
Changing the left bobbin
Fig. 28: Changing the left bobbin
The left hook has the same design as the right hook, but is rotated
by 180°.
To change the left bobbin:
1.
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Change the left bobbin following the same order as for the
right bobbin ( p. 45).
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4.8
Thread tension
Together with the hook thread tension, the needle thread tension
influences the final seam pattern. With thin sewing material,
excessive thread tension can lead to undesired gathering and
thread breakage.
Proper setting
If the tension of needle thread and hook thread is identical, the
thread interlacing lies in the middle of the sewing material.
Set the needle thread tension so that the desired seam pattern is
achieved with the lowest possible tension.
Fig. 29: Thread tension
①
②
③
(1) - Identical needle thread and hook thread tension
(2) - Hook thread tension higher than needle thread tension
(3) - Needle thread tension higher than hook thread tension
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4.8.1
Setting the needle thread tension
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before setting the needle
thread tension.
Fig. 30: Setting the needle thread tension (1)
①
②
③
(1) - Pre-tensioner
(2) - Additional tensioner
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(3) - Main tensioner
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Fig. 31: Setting the needle thread tension (2)
⑤ ④
(4) - Adjusting wheel
(5) - Bolt
Pre-tensioner
The pre-tensioner (1) generates a residual tension of the needle
thread. When main tensioner (3) and additional tensioner (2) are
open, a small amount of residual tension of the needle thread is
required.
The pre-tensioner also affects the length of the cut needle thread
and, thus, the length of the initial thread for the new seam.
Proper setting
Turn the adjusting wheel (4) until the front side is flush with the
bolt (5).
To set the length of the initial thread:
Shorter initial thread
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (4) of the pre-tensioner (1) clockwise.
Longer initial thread
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (4) of the pre-tensioner (1) counterclockwise.
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Main tensioner
The main tensioner (3) must be set in such a way that the thread
interlacing is exactly in the middle of the sewing material.
Disturbance
Possible consequences of the needle thread tension is set too
high:
• Gathering when using thin sewing material
• Thread breaking
Proper setting
Set the main tensioner (3) so that an even stitch pattern is achieved.
To set the needle thread tension:
Increasing the needle thread tension
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (4) of the main tensioner (3) clockwise.
Reducing the needle thread tension
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (4) of the main tensioner (3)
counterclockwise.
Additional tensioner
The switchable additional tensioner (2) can be used to quickly
adjust the needle thread tension, e.g. for thickened seams.
Proper setting
The additional tensioner (2) must be set lower than the main
tensioner (3).
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4.8.2
Opening the needle thread tension
• ECO machines:
Main tensioner and additional tensioner are automatically
opened when the sewing feet are lifted ( p. 61).
• CLASSIC machines:
On CLASSIC machines with thread cutter, the needle thread
tension is opened automatically when the thread is cut.
4.8.3
Switching on and off the additional tensioner
On machines without thread cutter, the additional tensioner is
switched on and off mechanically.
Fig. 32: Switching on and off the additional tensioner
②
①
(1) - Handle
(2) - Lever
To switch the additional tensioner on:
1.
Push the lever (2) on the handle (1) to the right.
To switch the additional tensioner off:
1.
Push the lever (2) on the handle (1) to the left.
Information
On machines with thread cutter, the additional tensioner is switched
on and off with the press of a button housed in the push button panel.
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4.8.4
Setting the hook thread tension
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before setting the hook
thread tension.
Fig. 33: Setting the hook thread tension
②
①
(1) - Adjusting screw
(2) - Tension spring
The hook thread tension is adjusted using the tension spring (2).
To set the hook thread tension:
Increasing the hook thread tension
1.
Turn the adjusting screw (1) clockwise.
Reducing the hook thread tension
1.
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Turn the adjusting screw (1) counterclockwise.
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4.9
Setting the needle thread regulator
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before setting the needle
thread regulator.
The needle thread regulator determines the tension applied to
guide the needle thread around the hook.
Proper setting
The loop of the needle thread slides at low tension over the thickest
point of the hook.
4.9.1
In 1-needle machines
Fig. 34: In 1-needle machines
+
1234
–
①
③
(1) - Needle thread regulator
(2) - Thread tension spring
+
②
(3) - Screw
To set the needle thread regulator for the needle thread in a
1-needle machine:
1.
Loosen the screw (3).
• To increase the tension:
Slide the needle thread regulator (1) to the right
• To reduce the tension:
Slide the needle thread regulator (1) to the left
2.
Tighten the screw (3).
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Information
When the largest thread quantity is required, the thread tension
spring (2) must be pulled approx. 0.5 mm up from its lower end
position. This occurs when the needle thread loop passes the
maximum hook diameter.
4.9.2
In 2-needle machines
Fig. 35: In 2-needle machines
①
⑤
④
③
②
(1) - Needle thread regulator
(right needle thread)
(2) - Thread tension spring
(3) - Screw (right needle thread)
(4) - Screw (left needle thread)
(5) - Needle thread regulator
(left needle thread)
To set the needle thread regulator for the right and the left needle
thread in a 2-needle machine:
1.
To set the needle thread regulator for the right needle thread:
Loosen the screw (3).
• To increase the tension:
Slide the needle thread regulator (1) to the right.
• To reduce the tension:
Slide the needle thread regulator (1) to the left.
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2.
Tighten the screw (3).
3.
To set the needle thread regulator for the left needle thread:
Loosen the screw (4).
• To increase the tension:
Slide the needle thread regulator (5) to the right.
• To reduce the tension:
Slide the needle thread regulator (5) to the left.
4.
Tighten the screw (4).
Information
When the largest thread quantity is required, the thread tension
spring (2) must be pulled approx. 0.5 mm up from its lower end
position. This occurs when the needle thread loop passes the
maximum hook diameter.
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4.10 Locking the sewing feet at top dead center
CAUTION
Risk of injury from moving parts!
Risk of crushing when lowering the sewing foot.
Do not reach under the sewing feet.
Fig. 36: Locking the sewing feet at top dead center
①
(1) - Lever
To lock the sewing feet at top dead center:
1.
Swivel the lever (1) down.

The sewing foot is locked at top dead center.
2.
Swivel the lever (1) up.

The lock is canceled.
Information
The sewing foot can also be lifted pneumatically using the pedal or
the knee button. The lever (1) will then swivel back up automatically.
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4.11 Sewing foot stroke
4.11.1 Limiting of number of stitches with an increased
sewing foot stroke
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Possible damage to the machine through an excessively high
number of stitches with an increased sewing foot stroke.
Do not exceed the maximum speeds specified for the
respective combination of stitch length and sewing foot stroke.
When sewing with large stitch lengths and high sewing foot
stroke on ECO machines, do not press the pedal forward as
far as usual.
Do not change the potentiometer settings on CLASSIC
machines.
Information
CLASSIC machines have a potentiometer on the arm shaft.
The potentiometer automatically adapts the number of stitches to
the sewing foot stroke: If you increase the sewing foot stroke, the
number of stitches is automatically reduced.
Follow the specified maximum speeds:
Subclass
868-190322-M
Sewing foot stroke Maximum speed
Stitch length
Adjusting wheel
range [mm]
[min-1]
position
0-8
1-2, 5
3
4
5
6
7-9
2500
2400
2200
2000
1800
1600
8-12
1-9
1600
868-290322-M
868-190020-M
868-290020-M
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Information
The maximum speed for 2-needle machines with a needle distance
greater than 20 mm must not exceed 2,000 min-1.
Important
ECO machines do not have automatic reduction of the number of
stitches. On ECO machines, you as the user must ensure that the
number of stitches specified in the technical data is not exceeded
( p. 149).
4.11.2 Setting the sewing foot stroke
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Machine can be damaged if the adjusting wheels are forced.
The machine is designed in such a way that the sewing foot
stroke at the right adjusting wheel cannot be set to a lower
level than at the left adjusting wheel.
Do not attempt to use force to set a smaller sewing foot
stroke at the right adjusting wheel than at the left adjusting
wheel.
Depending on the equipment the machine has 1 or 2 adjusting
wheels for the sewing foot stroke. The sewing foot stroke is
continuously adjustable over a range of 1 – 9 mm by turning the
adjusting wheel.
Important
The increased sewing foot stroke must NOT be lower than the
normal sewing foot stroke. Always set the sewing foot stroke at
the right adjusting wheel so that it is at least as high as the sewing
foot stroke at the left adjusting wheel.
On machines with only 1 adjusting wheel, the highest stroke of
9 mm is automatically activated as the increased sewing foot
stroke by pressing a button housed in the push button panel.
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On CLASSIC machines with 2 adjusting wheels, the left adjusting
wheel (1) sets the normal sewing foot stroke, while the right
adjusting wheel (2) sets the increased sewing foot stroke.
The increased sewing foot stroke can be switched on and off using
the button on the push button panel or the knee button ( p. 60).
Fig. 37: Setting the stroke height
①
(1) - Adjusting wheel
(normal sewing foot stroke)
②
(2) - Adjusting wheel (increased sewing
foot stroke; CLASSIC machines only)
To set the sewing foot stroke:
Increasing the sewing foot stroke
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (1)/(2) clockwise.
Reducing the sewing foot stroke
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (1)/(2) counterclockwise.
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4.11.3 Quick stroke adjustment via knee button
The increased sewing foot stroke can be activated using the knee
lever (2).
The toggle switch (1) on the rear side of the knee button (2)
determines whether the increased sewing foot stroke is switched
on permanently or only while the knee button (2) is pressed.
Fig. 38: Quick stroke adjustment via knee button
①
②
(1) - Toggle switch
(2) - Knee button
Position
Function
Description
0
Push-to-run
mode
• To activate the sewing foot stroke:
Press the knee button once.
To deactivate the sewing foot stroke:
Press the knee button one more time.
1
Hold-to-run
mode
The sewing foot stroke remains activated
for as long as you hold down the knee
button.
Information
The knee button (2) can also be assigned functions other than the
activation of the sewing foot stroke in push-to-run and hold-to-run
mode ( p. 87).
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To activate the increased sewing foot stroke using the knee button:
1.
Set the toggle switch (1) of the knee button (2) to the desired
function:
• Push-to-run mode: Set the toggle switch (1) to position 0.
• Hold-to-run mode: Set the toggle switch (1) to position 1.
4.12 Lifting the sewing feet
The machine offers different ways to lift the sewing feet depending
on its equipment:
• ECO machines: mechanically using the knee lever ( p. 61)
• CLASSIC machines: electropneumatically using the pedal
( p. 62)
4.12.1 Mechanical lifting with the knee lever
Fig. 39: Mechanical lifting with the knee lever
①
(1) - Knee lever
To lift the sewing feet mechanically using the knee lever (1):
1.
Use your right knee to push the knee lever (1) to the right.

The sewing feet remain open while the knee lever (1) is
pushed to the right.
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4.12.2 Electropneumatic lifting with the pedal
Fig. 40: Electropneumatic lifting with the pedal
①
(1) - Pedal
To lift the sewing feet electropneumatically using the pedal:
1.
Press the pedal (1) back to position -1.

The machine stops and lifts the sewing feet.
The sewing feet remain up as long as the pedal (1) is
pressed back in position -1.
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1.
Press the pedal (1) fully back to position -2.

The thread cutter is activated, and the sewing feet are
raised.
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4.13 Setting the sewing foot pressure
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Damage to the sewing material.
Set the sewing foot pressure such that the sewing material
is not pinched and does not have too much play.
Fig. 41: Setting the sewing foot pressure
①
(1) - Adjusting wheel
The sewing foot pressure is set using the adjusting wheel (1).
To set the sewing foot pressure:
Increasing the sewing foot pressure
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (1) clockwise.
Reducing the sewing foot pressure
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (1) counterclockwise.
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4.14 Buttons on the push button panel
Fig. 42: Buttons on the push button arm
The machine has push buttons on the machine arm which can be
used to activate specific functions while sewing.
Functions of the buttons
Button
Function
Sewing backwards
The machine sews in reverse while the button is pressed.
Needle position
When this button is activated, the needle moves to a
specific position. This position is determined individually
via the parameter settings  p. 92.
The machine comes configured so that selecting the
button will bring the needle up.
Start bartack/end bartack
This button cancels the general setting for sewing start
and end bartacks.
If start/end bartacks are on, pressing the button skips the
next bartack. If start/ end bartacks are off, pressing the
button sews the next bartack. For the general setting
required for sewing start and end bartacks, refer to the
 Instructions for use DAC basic/classic.
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Button
Function
Stitch length
When this function is active, the machine sews with the
greater stitch length.
+/–
Auxiliary thread tension
The auxiliary thread tension can be activated using this
button.
Pneumatic seam middle guide
The 6th button housed in the push button panel is either
assigned the pneumatic seam middle guide or is fully
customizable.
If a pneumatic seam middle guide has been assembled
to the machine, you can use this button to activate it
 p. 77.
Fully customizable
The button is fully customizable.
L
R
This button is used to activate the left needle bar.
This button is used to activate the right needle bar.
Information
The number of buttons and their functions vary with the equipment
of the machine.
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4.14.1 Switching on and off the function of a button
Fig. 43: Switching on and off the function of a button
⑧ ⑦
①
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
②
③
- Favorite button
- Sewing backwards
- Additional button (buttons L and R)
- Stitch length preselection
④⑤ ⑥
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
- Auxiliary thread tension
- Pneumatic seam middle guide
- Start bartack/end bartack
- Needle position
To switch a function on and off:
Switching a function on
1.
Press the desired button (1)/(2)/(3)/(4)/(5)/(6)/(7)/(8).

The function is switched on. The pressed button lights up.
Switching a function off
1.
Press the button (1)/(2)/(3)/(4)/(5)/(6)/(7)/(8) again.

The function is switched off. The button you pressed is no
longer lit.
Information
The additional button (3) is only found on 2-needle machines with
switchable needle bars. You can use the buttons L and R to select
if the left or the right needle bar is supposed to be activated
(e.g. to sew around corners)
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4.14.2 Assigning functions to the favorite button
You can assign one of the button functions to the favorite button.
Select a function that you frequently use so that you can switch it
on faster while sewing.
Fig. 44: Assigning a function to the favorite button
+/–
+
①
(1) - Favorite button
(2) - Screws
②
③
④
(3) - Initial position
(4) - Screw vertical
The button function is assigned by turning the screw (2) under the
button until it is vertical. Only one function at a time can be assigned
to the favorite button (1). Therefore, only one of the screws (2)
may be in the vertical position (4).
All screws must be turned back to their horizontal initial position (3)
before a new function is assigned.
To assign a function to the favorite button:
1.
Turn all screws (2) to their initial position (3) so that the slots
of the screws are horizontal.
2.
Turn the screw (2) under the desired button 90° so that the
slot is vertical (4).
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4.15 LEDs on the machine arm
Fig. 45: LEDs on the machine arm
①
②
(1) - LED (left remaining thread monitor)
(2) - LED (right remaining thread monitor)
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③
(3) - LED
LED
Meaning
1
When the left LED is on, the remaining thread monitor
signals that the bobbin in the left hook is almost empty.
2
When the right LED is on, the remaining thread monitor
signals that the bobbin in the right hook is almost empty.
3
When on, the LED signals that the machine is switched
on and not powered off.
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4.16 Remaining thread monitor
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving, cutting and sharp
parts!
Crushing, cutting and punctures are possible.
Only change the hook bobbin with the machine
switched off.
Remaining thread monitor in action
Fig. 46: Remaining thread monitor in action (2)
①
(1) - Flat
②
(2) - Supply groove
Depending on the subclass of the machine, the hook may be fitted
with a remaining thread monitor. The remaining thread monitor
monitors the hook thread quantity on the bobbin inside the hook.
If the light beam from the light barrier is reflected off the flat (1) on
the bobbin core during sewing, the LED next to the push button
panel on the machine arm comes on. This signals that the hook
thread quantity is running low.
The remaining hook thread quantity will be sufficient to complete
the seam and change the bobbin.
Proceed as follows when the remaining thread monitor signals the
end of the hook thread:
1.
Finish the seam you started.

The hook thread quantity in the supply groove (2) of the
bobbin is usually sufficient to do so.
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2.
Press the pedal to position -2 at the seam end ( p. 80).

The thread is cut off.
3.
Remove the sewing material.
Fig. 47: Remaining thread monitor in action (4)
③
(3) - Milling groove
Important
Insert the new bobbin so that the milling groove (3) is facing down.
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4.
Changing the bobbin ( p. 44).

You can start sewing a new seam.
5.
Take the remaining thread off the bobbin you removed.
6.
If necessary, wind a new hook thread onto the empty bobbin
( p. 41).
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Cleaning the remaining thread monitor
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving, cutting and sharp
parts!
Crushing, cutting and punctures are possible.
Remove any lint form the bobbin case retainer
and the light barrier.
Do not clean the lenses of the light barriers unless
the machine is switched off.
Even the smallest remnants of fabric and yarn on its sensor will
cause the remaining thread monitor to stop working properly.
To ensure fault-free operation, you must clean the sensor of the
remaining thread monitor using compressed air at least once a
day ( p. 97).
To clean the remaining thread monitor:
1.
Switch off the machine.
2.
Clean the lenses of the light barrier using compressed air.

The machine can be switched back on.
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4.17 Sewing backwards with the stitch
adjustment lever
The stitch adjustment lever on the machine arm reduces the stitch
length down to sewing backwards in the lower end position.
Fig. 48: Sewing backwards with the stitch adjustment lever
①
(1) - Stitch adjustment lever
To sew backwards:
1.
Slowly push the stitch adjustment lever (1) down.

The stitch length becomes smaller. In the lower end position,
the machine sews backwards with the set stitch length.
Information
To sew bartacks manually, press the stitch adjustment lever (1)
down. The machine will sew backwards for as long as you keep
down the stitch adjustment lever (1).
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4.18 Stitch length
4.18.1 Setting the stitch length
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Machine can be damaged if the adjusting wheels are forced.
The machine is designed in such a way that the stitch length
at the top adjusting wheel cannot be set to a lower level than
at the bottom adjusting wheel.
Do not attempt to force the top adjusting wheel to set a lower
stitch length than at the bottom adjusting wheel.
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Risk of breakage.
The stitch length at adjusting wheel (2) must NOT be greater
than the stitch length at adjusting wheel (3).
Fig. 49: Setting the stitch length
① ②
(1) - Marking
(2) - Adjusting wheel
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(3) - Adjusting wheel
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Depending on its subclass the machine is fitted with either 1 or
2 adjusting wheels for the adjustment of the stitch length.
This makes it possible to sew different stitch lengths. The 2nd stitch
length (adjusting wheel (3)) is activated using a button on the push
button panel.
To set the stitch length:
Setting the stitch length on the adjusting wheel (2)
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (2) counterclockwise until you reach
the desired stitch length.
The marking (1) on the left of the adjusting wheel indicates
the stitch length selected.
Setting the stitch length on the adjusting wheel (3)
1.
Turn the adjusting wheel (3) clockwise until you reach the
desired stitch length.
The marking (1) on the left of the adjusting wheel indicates
the stitch length selected.
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4.18.2 Sewing with 2 stitch lengths
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Machine can be damaged if the adjusting wheels are forced.
The machine is designed in such a way that the stitch length
at the top adjusting wheel cannot be set to a lower level than
at the bottom adjusting wheel.
Do not attempt to force the top adjusting wheel to set a lower
stitch length than at the bottom adjusting wheel.
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Risk of breakage.
The stitch length at adjusting wheel (2) must not be greater
than the stitch length at adjusting wheel (3).
Fig. 50: Sewing with 2 stitch lengths
①
+/–
+
MAX
MIN
1
0
2
6
5
4
3
10
9
8
7
12
11
③
4
3
2
1
mm
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
0
mm
(1) - Button
(2) - Adjusting wheel
②
(3) - Adjusting wheel
Depending on its subclass the machine is fitted with 2 adjusting
wheels for the adjustment of the stitch length. These can be used
to sew two different stitch lengths and can be activated with a
press of button (1).
The stitch lengths are set using the adjusting wheels (2) and (3).
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4.18.3 Removing blocking of the adjusting wheels
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving, cutting or sharp
parts!
Crushing, cutting and punctures are possible.
Switch off the machine before you remove the
blocking of the adjusting wheels.
Machines with blockable adjusters are used especially in the
automotive sector. With these machines the blocking must be
removed before the stitch length can be adjusted.
Fig. 51: Removing blocking of the adjusting wheels
MAX
MIN
1
0
2
12
3
11
4
9
7
6
8
5
3
1
2
0
4
5
9
10
8
7
11
12
(1) - Adjusting wheel
②
6
①
10
(2) - Access hole
To remove the blocking of the adjusting wheels:
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1.
Insert a 3 mm hex key through the access holes (2) and
release the blocking screws for the adjusting wheels (1).
2.
Set the adjusting wheels (1) again ( p. 73).
3.
Insert a 3 mm hex key through the access holes (2) and tighten
the blocking screws for the adjusting wheels (1).
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4.19 Additional equipment seam middle guide
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Damage to the sewing material and the seam middle guide.
Set a maximum of 3 bar for the seam middle guide at the
pressure controller.
The seam middle guide on 2-needle machines is used as an aid
to guide the material during top stitching.
The guide piece is intended to maintain the seam center, keeping
the distance of the seam center to the left and the right needle
exactly the same.
The seam middle guide can be activated/deactivated using a
button on the push button panel ( p. 64).
There are 2 versions of the seam middle guide:
Fig. 52: Additional equipment seam middle guide (1)
①
(1) - Seam middle guide
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Fig. 53: Additional equipment seam middle guide (2)
②
(2) - Seam middle guide
To keep the seam middle guide (1)/(2) from leaving marks or
damaging the sewing material, the maximum operating pressure
must not exceed 3 bar.
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Fig. 54: Additional equipment seam middle guide (3)
④
③
(3) - Pressure gage
(4) - Pressure controller
Increasing the contact pressure
To increase the contact pressure of the seam middle guide (1)/(2):
1.
Pull the pressure controller (4) up.
2.
Turn the pressure controller (4) clockwise until the pressure
gage (3) indicates the proper setting.
3.
Push the pressure controller (4) down.
Reducing the contact pressure
To reduce the contact pressure of the seam middle guide (1)/(2):
1.
Pull the pressure controller (4) up.
2.
Turn the pressure controller (4) counterclockwise until the
pressure gage (3) indicates the proper setting.
3.
Push the pressure controller (4) down.
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4.20 Sewing
4.20.1 Pressing the pedal
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving parts!
Crushing injuries may be sustained while lowering
the sewing feet.
Do NOT put your hands under the lifted sewing
feet.
Fig. 55: Pressing the pedal
Position 1
Position 0
Position -1
Position -2
(1) - Sew end bartack and
cut off thread
(2) - Lift sewing foot
⑤
④
③
②
①
(3) - Rest position
(4) - Sewing active
(5) - Pedal
Initial situation
• Pedal in position 0:
 The machine is at a standstill, the needle is up, and the sewing
feet are down.
Positioning the sewing material
To position the sewing material:
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1.
Press the pedal (5) halfway back to position -1:

The sewing feet are lifted.
2.
Push the sewing material into the initial position.
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Sewing
To sew:
1.
Press the pedal (5) forward to position 1.

The machine sews.
The sewing speed increases the further forward the pedal (5)
is pressed.
Interrupting sewing
To interrupt sewing:
1.
Release the pedal (5) (position 0).

The machine stops, and needle and sewing feet are down.
Continue sewing
To continue sewing:
1.
Press the pedal (5) forward to position 1.

The machine continues to sew.
Sewing over thicker parts of the sewing material
To sew over thicker parts of the sewing material:
1.
Switch on the increased sewing foot stroke with the knee
button ( p. 60).
Changing the stitch length
To change the stitch length:
1.
2nd stitch length must be switched on using the quick function
button ( p. 75).
Increasing the thread tension
To increase the thread tension:
1.
Switch on the additional tensioner using the quick function
button ( p. 51).
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Sewing an intermediate bartack
To sew an intermediate bartack:
1.
Reverse sewing with the stitch adjustment lever or the quick
function button ( p. 64).
Finishing the seam
To finish the seam:
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1.
Press the pedal (5) fully back to position -2:

The machine sews the end bartack, and the thread cutter
cuts the thread.
The machine stops, and needle and sewing feet are up.
2.
Remove the sewing material.
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4.20.2 Sewing with the machine
The following is an example of how to sew with one of the machines.
To complete the operating steps listed below, a CLASSIC machine
must possess the following features:
•
•
•
•
1-needle machine
Thread cutter
electropneumatic seam bar tacking and sewing foot lift
electropneumatic quick stroke adjustment
The following functions have been set at the control panel:
Function
Setting
Start bartack:
ON
End bartack:
ON
Sewing foot
position before
and after cutting:
DOWN
Needle position
before cutting:
DOWN (pedal in 1st position = pedal in position 0)
Needle position
after cutting:
UP (pedal in 2nd position = pedal in position -2)
The last sewing process is completed with an end bartack and by
cutting off the thread.
To sew with the machine:
Preparing to sew
1.
Switch on the machine ( p. 20).

The needle is up, and the sewing feet are down. The pedal
is in position 0. The machine is ready for operation.
2.
Press the pedal back to position -1.

Lift the sewing feet.
3.
Place the sewing material at the appropriate position above
the throat plate.
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Beginning to sew
4.
To start sewing, press the pedal forward to position 1.

The machine sews the set start bartack with the programmed
number of stitches. Next, the machine keeps sewing at the
speed set by pressing the pedal. The speed increases the
further you press the pedal forward.
Interrupting sewing
5.
To interrupt the sewing process, release the pedal (position 0).

The machine stops in the 1st position, i.e. with the needle
and the sewing feet at the bottom position.
6.
To resume the sewing process, press the pedal forward to
position 1.
Sewing an intermediate bartack
Fig. 56: Sewing with the machine (1)
①
② ③
(1) - Button (sewing in reverse)
(3) - Button (activate auxiliary thread
(2) - Button (switching over the stitch
tension)
length)
Fig. 57: Sewing with the machine (2)
④
(4) - Stitch adjustment lever
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7.
To sew an intermediate bartack, press button (1)
OR
Push the stitch adjustment lever (4) down.

The machine will sew in reverse for as long as you keep down
the button (1) or the stitch adjustment lever (4) ( p. 72).
Afterwards, the machine keeps sewing at the speed set by
pressing the pedal.
Using the 2nd stitch length
8.
To use the 2nd (maximum) stitch length during sewing, press
button (2) ( p. 75).
9.
To switch back to the normal stitch length, press button (2)
again.
Increasing the thread tension
10. To increase the additional tension during sewing, press
button (3) ( p. 51).
11. To switch back to the normal needle thread tension, press
button (3) again.
Sewing over cross seams
Fig. 58: Sewing with the machine (3)
⑤
(5) - Knee button
12. To sew over thick places in the material such as cross seams,
activate the maximum sewing foot stroke using the knee
button (5).

Depending on whether the knee button (5) is operated in
push-to-run or hold-to-run mode, press the knee button (5)
once or press it and hold it down ( p. 60).
13. To switch the increased sewing foot stroke off, press the knee
button (5) again
OR
stop holding it down.
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Finishing the seam
14. Press the pedal to position -2 and keep it there.

If activated, the machine will sew the end bartack.
The thread is cut off.
The machine stops in the 2nd position.
The needle and the sewing feet are up.
15. Remove the sewing material.
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Programming
5
Programming
ECO machines come with a control integrated into the machine
head, but do not have a control panel.
All CLASSIC machines are equipped with a control, housed below
the tabletop, and the control panel OP1000 found at the machine
head.
Fig. 59: Programming
①
(1) - Control panel OP1000
All settings are performed using this control panel.
The control panel is composed of a display and buttons.
Using the control panel you can:
• Use groups of buttons to select machine functions
• Read service and error messages
Information
This chapter describes the machine-specific functions of the
OP1000 control panel.
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Programming
Refer to the  Instructions for use DAC basic/classic for further
information on the control of the CLASSIC machines and the
OP1000 control panel.
For further information on the control built into the ECO machines,
refer to the  Instructions for use DAC eco.
5.1
Buttons on the control panel
Fig. 60: Buttons on the control panel
①
⑦
⑥
②
②
③ ④
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
- Power LED
- Thread button group
- Function button
- Programming button group
⑤
(5) - Seam program button group
(6) - LED for 2nd Stitch length
(7) - Display
OP1000 buttons and functions
Button
Function
Thread button group
Start bartack
• Sets the start bartack
Multiple start bartack • Sets the multiple start bartack
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Button
Function
End bartack
• Sets the end bartack
Multiple end bartack
• Sets the multiple end bartack
Thread cutter
• Activates or deactivates the
thread cutter
Thread clamp
• Activates or deactivates the
thread clamp
Needle position after
sewing stop
• Sets the needle position after
sewing stop
Sewing foot lift after
thread cutter
• Activates or deactivates the
sewing foot lift after the thread
cutter
Sewing foot lift after
sewing stop
• Activates or deactivates the
sewing foot lift after sewing
stops
Soft start
• Activates or deactivates the
soft start
Speed
• Reduces the motor speed
Function button
• Activates or deactivates any
stored function
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Button
Function
Programming button group
90
ESC
• Ends parameter mode
A+
• Increases parameter
• Changes user level
• Selects subprogram
B+
• Increases parameter
• Changes to next higher
category
• Selects subprogram
C+
• Increases parameter
• Selects subprogram
D+
• Increases parameter
• Selects subprogram
OK
• Calls parameter or saves it
P
• Starts or ends the parameter
mode
A-
• Decreases parameter
• Changes user level
• Selects subprogram
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Button
Function
B-
• Decreases parameter
• Changes to next lower
category
• Selects subprogram
C-
• Decreases parameter
• Selects subprogram
D-
• Decreases parameter
• Selects subprogram
Reset
• Resets the (piece) counter
Seam program button group
Seam program I
• Activates seam program I
Seam program II
• Activates seam program II
Seam program III
• Sets seam program III
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5.2
Assigning functions to buttons on the push
button panel
Fig. 61: Assigning functions to buttons on the push button panel
The buttons on the push button panel can be assigned different
functions. Possible function assignments are, for instance:
•
•
•
•
Suppress stitch condensing
Single stitch
Needle up/down
Stroke adjustment
To assign a function to a button on the push button panel:
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1.
Press the
button.
2.
Press and hold the button on the push button panel to which
you wish to assign a function.

The control panel shows the value currently set for the button.
3.
Use +/- to enter the desired value ( Parameter list 868).
4.
Confirm with
5.
Press the

The machine is ready to sew again.
.
button.
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5.3
Assigning a function to the knee button
Fig. 62: Assigning a function to the knee button
①
②
(1) - Toggle switch
(2) - Knee button
The knee button (2) can be assigned 2 different functions.
The functions are selected in sewing mode via the position of the
toggle switch (1) (1 or 0).
Information
At the factory, the knee button was assigned the switchable sewing
foot stroke function in push-to-run and hold-to-run mode ( p. 60).
The knee button (2) can also be assigned different functions.
To assign a function to the knee button (2):
1.
2.
Press the
button.
Set the toggle switch (1) to the desired position (1 or 0).
If the toggle switch (1) is, for instance, set to the bottom
position, the new function is saved to the 0 position.
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3.

Keep the knee button (2) pressed for a few seconds.
flashes.
The display shows a numerical value.
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4.
Use the buttons + or - to set the numerical value to the desired
value associated with the new function ( Parameter list 868).
5.
Confirm with
.
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6
Maintenance
WARNING
Risk of injury from sharp parts!
Punctures and cutting possible.
Prior to any maintenance work, switch off the
machine or set the machine to threading mode.
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving parts!
Crushing possible.
Prior to any maintenance work, switch off the
machine or set the machine to threading mode.
This chapter describes maintenance work that needs to be carried
out on a regular basis to extend the service life of the machine
and achieve the desired seam quality.
Advanced maintenance work may only be carried out by qualified
specialists ( Service Instructions).
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Maintenance intervals
Work to be carried out
Operating hours
8
40
160
500
Cleaning
Removing lint and thread remnants

Lubricating

Checking the oil level

Checking the hook lubrication
Servicing the pneumatic system
Setting the operating pressure


Check the water level in the pressure controller
Draining the water condensation
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
Cleaning the filter element

Check the tightness of the system

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6.1
Cleaning
WARNING
Risk of injury from flying particles!
Flying particles can enter the eyes, causing
injury.
Wear safety goggles.
Hold the compressed air gun so that the particles
do not fly close to people.
Make sure no particles fly into the oil pan.
NOTICE
Property damage from soiling!
Lint and thread remnants can impair the operation of the
machine.
Clean the machine as described.
If very fluffy sewing material is being sewn, the machine
must be cleaned more frequently.
NOTICE
Property damage from solvent-based cleaners!
Solvent-based cleaners will damage paintwork.
Use only solvent-free substances for cleaning.
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Fig. 63: Cleaning (1)
②
①
③
②
(1) - Area around the needle(s)
(2) - Area around the hook
(3) - Area under the throat plate
Fig. 64: Cleaning (2)
⑤
(4) - Cutter on the winder
Areas particularly susceptible to soiling:
•
•
•
•
•
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Area around the needle (1)
Area around the hook (2)
Area under the throat plate (3)
Sensor of the remaining thread monitor
Cutter on the winder for the hook thread (4)
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Cleaning steps:
1.
Switch off the machine ( p. 20).
2.
Remove any lint and thread remnants using a compressed
air gun or a brush.
6.2
Lubricating
CAUTION
Risk of injury from contact with oil!
Oil can cause a rash if it comes into contact with
skin.
Avoid skin contact with oil.
If oil has come into contact with your skin, wash
the affected areas thoroughly.
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect oil!
Incorrect oil types can result in damage to the machine.
Only use oil that complies with the data in the instructions.
CAUTION
Risk of environmental damage from oil!
Oil is a pollutant and must not enter the sewage
system or the soil.
Carefully collect up used oil.
Dispose of used oil and oily machine parts in
accordance with national regulations.
The machine is equipped with a central oil-wick lubrication system.
The bearings are supplied from the oil reservoir.
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Maintenance
For topping off the oil reservoir, use only lubricating oil DA 10 or
oil of equivalent quality with the following specifications:
• Viscosity at 40 °C:10 mm2/s
• Flash point: 150 °C
You can order the lubricating oil from our sales offices using the
following part numbers.
100
Container
Part no.
250 ml
9047 000011
1l
9047 000012
2l
9047 000013
5l
9047 000014
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6.2.1
Checking the oil level
Proper setting
The oil level is between the minimum level marking and the
maximum level marking.
Fig. 65: Checking the oil level (1)
MAX
MIN
(1) - Minimum level marking
(2) - Maximum level marking
③
②
①
(3) - Refill opening
To check the oil level:
1.
Check the oil level indicator at the inspection glass every day.
Classic machines: If the lamp behind the inspection glass
lights up red, the machine is not sufficiently supplied with oil.
Fig. 66: Checking the oil level (2)
2.
If the oil level is below the minimum level marking (1): Pour oil
through the refill opening (3) but no higher than the maximum
level marking (2).
Important
The lamp behind the inspection glass will not go out until the oil
has been topped off and the machine was switched off and back
on again ( p. 20).
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6.2.2
Setting the hook lubrication
CAUTION
Risk of injury!
Crushing and puncture possible.
Only lubricate the hook when the machine is
switched off. Carry out function tests with utmost
caution when the sewing machine is switched on.
The approved oil quantity for hook lubrication is a factory
specification.
Proper setting
To check the hook lubrication:
1.
Hold a piece of blotting paper next to the hook.
2.
Allow the machine to run without thread and sewing material
for 10 seconds with the sewing feet lifted and at a high speed.

The blotting paper will show a thin strip of oil when sewing is
complete.
Fig. 67: Setting the hook lubrication
①
(1) - Screw
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To set the hook lubrication:
1.
Turn the screw (1):
• counterclockwise: more oil is released
• clockwise: less oil is released
Important
The released amount of oil does not change until the operating
time has run a few minutes. Sew for several minutes before you
check the setting again.
Information
The right and the left hook are designed in exactly the same way,
but they are mirror images of each other.
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6.3
Servicing the pneumatic system
6.3.1
Setting the operating pressure
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect setting!
Incorrect operating pressure can result in damage to the
machine.
Ensure that the machine is only used when the operating
pressure is set correctly.
Proper setting
Refer to the Technical data ( p. 149) chapter for the permissible operating pressure. The operating pressure cannot deviate by
more than ± 0.5 bar.
Check the operating pressure on a daily basis.
Fig. 68: Setting the operating pressure
①
②
(1) - Pressure controller
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(2) - Pressure gage
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To set the operating pressure:
1.
Pull the pressure controller (1) up.
2.
Turn the pressure controller until the pressure gage (2)
indicates the proper setting:
• Increase pressure = turn clockwise
• Reduce pressure = turn counterclockwise
3.
Push the pressure controller (1) down.
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6.3.2
Draining the water condensation
NOTICE
Property damage from excess water!
Excess water can cause damage to the machine.
Drain water as required.
Water condensation accumulates in the water separator (2) of the
pressure controller.
Proper setting
Water condensation must not rise up to the level of the filter
element (1).
Check the water level in the water separator (2) on a daily basis.
Fig. 69: Draining the water condensation
①
③
②
(1) - Filter element
(2) - Water separator
(3) - Drain screw
To drain water condensation:
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1.
Disconnect the machine from the compressed air supply.
2.
Place the collection tray under the drain screw (3).
3.
Loosen the drain screw (3) completely.
4.
Allow water to drain into the collection tray.
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5.
Tighten the drain screw (3).
6.
Connect the machine to the compressed air supply.
6.3.3
Cleaning the filter element
NOTICE
Damage to the paintwork from solvent-based cleaners!
Solvent-based cleaners damage the filter.
Use only solvent-free substances for washing out the filter
tray.
Fig. 70: Cleaning the filter element
①
③
②
(1) - Filter element
(2) - Water separator
(3) - Drain screw
To clean the filter element:
1.
Disconnect the machine from the compressed air supply.
2.
Drain the water condensation ( p. 106).
3.
Loosen the water separator (2).
4.
Loosen the filter element (1).
5.
Blow out the filter element (1) using the compressed air gun.
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6.
Wash out the filter tray using benzine.
7.
Tighten the filter element (1).
8.
Tighten the water separator (2).
9.
Tighten the drain screw (3).
10. Connect the machine to the compressed air supply.
6.4
Parts list
A parts list can be ordered from Dürkopp Adler. Or visit our website
for further information at:
www.duerkopp-adler.com
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WARNING
Risk of injury from cutting parts!
Cutting injuries may be sustained while
unpacking and setting up the machine.
Only qualified specialists may set up the machine.
Wear safety gloves
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving parts!
Crushing injuries may be sustained while
unpacking and setting up the machine.
Only qualified specialists may set up the machine.
Wear safety shoes.
7.1
Checking the scope of delivery
The scope of delivery depends on your specific order.
Check that the scope of delivery is correct after taking delivery.
7.2
Removing the transport locks
Remove all transport locks before setting up the machine:
• Lashing straps and wooden blocks from the machine head
• If applicable, lashing straps and wooden blocks from the tabletop
and the stand
• If applicable, restrain block and straps from the sewing motor
• All pieces of Styrofoam and cardboard
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7.3
Assembling the stand
Fig. 71: Assembling the stand
①
(1) - Adjusting screw
To assemble the stand:
1.
Assemble the stand as shown in the figure.
2.
Important: Turn the adjusting screw (1) so that the stand has
even contact with the ground.
Information
The working height can be set at the stand ( p. 122).
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7.4
Assembling the control
The control used for ECO machines is built into the motor cover.
CLASSIC machines require that the DAC classic control be
assembled under the tabletop.
Fig. 72: Assembling the control
③
①
②
(1) - Strain relief mechanism
(2) - Control
(3) - Screw holder
To assemble the control:
1.
Screw the control (2) onto the 4 screw holders (3) under the
tabletop.
2.
Clamp the power cable of the control (2) into the strain relief
mechanism (1).
3.
Screw the strain relief mechanism (1) in place under the tabletop
using 2 screws.
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7.5
Completing the tabletop
To complete the tabletop, you must assemble the tilt protection
device, the drawer, the oil pan, the reel stand and the protection
parts.
Fig. 73: Completing the tabletop (1)
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Ensure that the tabletop has sufficient load-bearing capacity and
strength. If you want to make your own tabletop, use the dimensions given in the tabletop drawing as a template. You will find the
drawing in the Appendix ( p. 160).
Fig. 74: Completing the tabletop (2)
Drawer and oil pan
Fig. 75: Completing the tabletop (3)
①②
(1) - Drawer
(2) - Oil pan
To assemble the drawer and the oil pan:
1.
Assemble the drawer (1) on the left under the tabletop.
2.
Assemble the oil pan (2) under the tabletop.

The stand must be assembled between the drawer (1) and
the oil pan (2).
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Protection parts
Fig. 76: Completing the tabletop (4)
③
④
(3) - Lower hinge part
(4) - Plastic shim
④
⑤
(5) - Rubber corners
The rubber corners (5) serve the following functions:
• Protecting the tabletop and the machine head
• Ensuring that the machine head is securely seated in the
tabletop cutout
Information
The plastic shims (4) are not required unless the machine head
is supposed to be set up in a slanted position ( p. 119).
Do NOT insert the plastic shims (4) if the machine head is supposed
to be set up straight inside the tabletop cutout.
To prepare the tabletop cutout for the machine head:
1.
Insert the plastic shims (4) into the front corners inside the
tabletop cutout if the machine is supposed to be set up in a
slanted position.
The tall edge must face towards the rear, while the flat edge
must face forward.
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2.
Insert the rubber corners (5) into the front corners in the tabletop
cutout.
3.
Insert the lower hinge parts (3) into the hinge slots in the
tabletop cutout on the rear left and right.
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Tilt protection device
Fig. 77: Completing the tabletop (5)
⑥ ⑦
(6) - Tilt protection device
(7) - Plug
To assemble the tilt protection device:
1.
Assemble the tilt protection device (6) in the designated slot
of the tabletop.
2.
Screw the plug (7) into the designated slot of the tabletop.
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Reel stand
Fig. 78: Completing the tabletop (6)
⑪
⑧
⑨
⑩
⑨
⑧
(8) - Nut
(9) - Washer
(10) - Thread
(11) - Reel stand tube
Information
The reel stand shown belongs to a 1-needle machine. The reel
stand on 2-needle machines is fitted with a 2nd thread reel holder
with 2 additional plates for the hook thread reel.
To assemble the reel stand:
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1.
Place a washer (9) onto the hole in the tabletop.
2.
Screw in a nut (8) until you reach the end of the thread (10).
3.
Insert the reel stand tube (11) through the washer (9) and into
the hole in the tabletop.
4.
Slip the 2nd washer (9) from the bottom onto the thread (10).
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5.
Screw a second nut (8) from the bottom onto the thread at
the end of the reel stand tube (11).

The reel stand is now securely assembled to the tabletop.
7.6
Assembling the pedal and setpoint device
Fig. 79: Assembling the pedal and setpoint device (1)
①
(1) - Pedal
②
(2) - Cross strut
To assemble the pedal:
1.
Fit the pedal (1) on the cross strut (2) and align it in such a
way that the middle of the pedal is under the needle.
2.
Tighten the pedal (1) on the cross strut (2).
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Fig. 80: Assembling the pedal and setpoint device (2)
③
④
⑦
⑤
⑥
(3) - Bracket
(4) - Setpoint device
(5) - Ball joints
(6) - Screw
(7) - Pedal rod
3.
Screw the bracket (3) under the tabletop so that the pedal
rod (7) runs to the pedal (1) at right-angles to the setpoint
device (4).
4.
Screw the setpoint device (4) onto the bracket (3).
5.
Attach the pedal rod (7) with the ball joints (5) to the setpoint
device (4) and to the pedal (1).
6.
Slightly loosen the screw (6).
Fig. 81: Assembling the pedal and setpoint device (3)
10°
①
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7.
Pull the pedal rod (7) to the correct length:
Proper setting: 10° inclination with pedal (1) released.
8.
7.7
Tighten the screw (6).
Inserting the machine head
WARNING
Risk of crushing from moving parts.
The machine head is very heavy.
Crushing possible.
Ensure that your hands are not jammed when
inserting the machine head.
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Cable may sustain damage and impair the operation of the
machine.
Always lay the cables so as not to create any chafing or
pinching points.
Fig. 82: Inserting the machine head (1)
②
①
(1) - Hinge
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To insert the machine head (2):
1.
Tighten the hinges (1) at the rear of the machine head (2):
• To set up the machine head (2) straight:
Tighten the hinges (1) at the topmost position.
• To set up the machine head (2) slanted:
Tighten the hinges (1) at the bottommost position.
Important
If the machine head is supposed to be set up in a slanted position,
insert the plastic shims into the tabletop cutout ( p. 114).
Fig. 83: Inserting the machine head (2)
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2.
Guide the cables through the tabletop with great care so as
not to kink or pinch them.
3.
Insert the machine head (2) vertically into the tabletop cutout.
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Fig. 84: Inserting the machine head (4)
③
④
(3) - Lower hinge part
(4) - Tilt protection device
4.
Insert the hinges (1) into the lower hinge parts (3).
5.
Use the tilt protection device (4) to secure the machine head
at the right hinge (1).
Fig. 85: Inserting the machine head (5)
⑤
(5) - Tilt protection device
The machine head is secured further with the tilt protection
device (5).
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7.8
Setting the working height
WARNING
Risk of crushing!
The tabletop can sink under its own weight when
the screws on the stand bars are loosened.
Ensure that your hands are not jammed when
loosening the screws.
CAUTION
Risk of musculoskeletal damage from incorrect
setting!
The operator can sustain musculoskeletal
damage if failing to comply with the ergonomic
requirements.
Adjust the working height to the body height of the
person who will operate the machine.
Fig. 86: Assembling the stand
①
(1) - Screw
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The working height ranges between 750-900 mm, measured from
the top edge of the tabletop.
To set the working height:
1.
Loosen both screws (1).
2.
Set the tabletop to the desired working height.
Make sure the tabletop remains horizontal and does not tilt.
3.
7.9
Tighten both screws (1).
Setting the pedal
Fig. 87: Setting the pedal
①
②
(1) - Screw
(2) - Pedal
③
(3) - Cross strut
The pedal (2) must be tilted to a degree that allows the user to
move the pedal forward and backward without a problem.
To set the pedal properly:
1.
Loosen the screw (1).
2.
Set the pedal (2) to the proper position on the cross strut (3)
( p. 117).
3.
Tighten the screw (1).
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7.10 Assembling the control panel
All CLASSIC machines are equipped with the OP1000 control
panel.
Fig. 88: Assembling the control panel
②①
③
④
⑤
(1) - Mounting bracket
(2) - Control panel
(3) - Connecting cable
(4) - Cover
(5) - Cover (cable duct)
To assemble the control panel:
1.
Tighten the mounting bracket (1) on the machine head.
2.
Remove the cover (4).
3.
Remove the cover from the cable duct (5).
4.
Tighten the control panel (2) on the mounting bracket (1).
5.
Guide the connecting cable (3) behind covers (4) and (5) and
down through the tabletop cutout towards the control.
6.
Assemble cover (4) and cover (5).
Make sure not to damage the connecting cable (3) or the
other cables.
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7.11 Assembling the knee lever / knee button
The machine has either a mechanical or electrical knee lever,
depending on subclass and equipment.
7.11.1 Assembling the mechanical knee lever
Fig. 89: Assembling the mechanical knee lever (1)
①
④
②
③
(1) - Oil pan
(2) - Rod
(3) - Knee lever
(4) - Connecting piece
Fig. 90: Assembling the mechanical knee lever (2)
⑤
(5) - Transmission rod
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(6) - Screw
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To assemble the mechanical knee lever:
1.
Tilt the machine head.
2.
Guide the transmission rod (5) through the oil pan (1).
3.
Assemble the transmission rod (5) on the machine head using
the screw (6).
4.
Screw the rod (2) and the knee lever (3) together.
5.
Assemble the rod (2) to the transmission rod (5) using the
connecting piece (4).
6.
Erect the machine head.

The knee lever (3) automatically moves to its initial position
and is ready for operation.
7.11.2 Assembling the electric knee button
Fig. 91: Assembling the electric knee button
①
③
②
(1) - Knee button
(2) - Connecting cable
(3) - Plug
To assemble the electric knee button:
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1.
Screw the knee button (1) in front of the oil pan firmly in place
under the tabletop.
2.
Guide the connecting cable (2) to the back between the oil
pan and the control.
3.
Insert the plug (3) of the connecting cable (2) into the socket
of the control.
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7.12 Assembling the oil extraction line
Fig. 92: Assembling the oil extraction line (1)
①
③
②
(1) - Oil pan
(2) - Tube holder
(3) - Cover
Fig. 93: Assembling the oil extraction line (2)
④
(4) - Oil extraction line
⑤
(5) - Cover
To assemble the oil extraction line:
1.
Tilt the machine head.
2.
Remove the plug at the end of the oil extraction line (4).
3.
Slip the end of the oil extraction line onto the adapter on the
cover (3).
4.
Clip the oil extraction line (4) into the tube holder (2).
5.
Screw the cover (5) to the base plate.
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7.13 Electrical connection
DANGER
Risk of death from live components!
Unprotected contact with electricity can result in
serious injuries or death.
Only qualified specialists may perform work on
electrical equipment.
Important
The voltage on the type plate of the sewing motor must correspond
to the mains voltage.
7.14 Establishing equipotential bonding
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Crushing and cable breakage possible.
When laying the grounding wire, ensure that the wire is not
pinched.
Fig. 94: Establishing equipotential bonding
②
①
(1) - Grounding wire
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(2) - Tab connector
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The grounding wire conducts away any static charging of the
machine head.
The grounding wire is included in the accessory pack for the
machine.
To establish equipotential bonding:
1.
Plug in the grounding wire (1) with the tab connector (2) at
the designated position on the right of the machine head.
2.
Tighten the grounding wire (1) to the control at the designated
position (top right).
7.15 Pneumatic connection
NOTICE
Property damage from oily compressed air!
Oil particles in the compressed air can cause malfunctions of
the machine and soil the sewing material.
Ensure that no oil particles enter the compressed air supply.
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect setting!
Incorrect system pressure can result in damage to the machine.
Ensure that the machine is only used when the system
pressure is set correctly.
The pneumatic system of the machine and of the additional equipment must be supplied with dry and oil-free compressed air.
The supply pressure must lie between 8 and 10 bar.
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7.15.1 Assembling the compressed air maintenance
unit
To assemble the compressed air maintenance unit:
1.
Connect the connection hose (Ø = 9 mm) to the compressed
air supply using a hose coupling R 1/4”.
7.15.2 Setting the operating pressure
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect setting!
Incorrect operating pressure can result in damage to the
machine.
Ensure that the machine is only used when the operating
pressure is set correctly.
Proper setting
Refer to the Technical data ( p. 149) chapter for the permissible operating pressure. The operating pressure cannot deviate by
more than ± 0.5 bar.
Fig. 95: Setting the operating pressure
①
②
(1) - Pressure controller
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(2) - Pressure gage
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To set the operating pressure:
1.
Pull the pressure controller (1) up.
2.
Turn the pressure controller until the pressure gage (2)
indicates the proper setting:
• Increase pressure = turn clockwise
• Reduce pressure = turn counterclockwise
3.
Push the pressure controller (1) down.
7.16 Checking the lubrication
All wicks and felt bits of the machine head are soaked in oil at the
factory. This oil is conveyed to the reservoir during use. This is
why you should avoid filling too much oil during initial filling.
Fig. 96: Checking the lubrication
③
②
MAX
①
MIN
(1) - Minimum level marking
(2) - Maximum level marking
(3) - Inspection glass
To check the lubrication:
1.
Sew with the machine for approx. 1 minute.
2.
Check at the inspection glass (3) whether the warning indicator is lit red or the oil level has dropped below the minimum
marking (1).
3.
If this is the case, top off oil ( p. 101).
7.17 Performing a test run
When setup is complete, perform a test run to check the functionality of the machine.
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8
Decommissioning
WARNING
Risk of injury from a lack of care!
Serious injuries may occur.
ONLY clean the machine when it is switched off.
Allow ONLY trained personnel to disconnect the
machine.
CAUTION
Risk of injury from contact with oil!
Oil can cause a rash if it comes into contact with
skin.
Avoid skin contact with oil.
If oil has come into contact with your skin, wash
the affected areas thoroughly.
To decommission the machine:
1.
Switch off the machine.
2.
Unplug the power plug.
3.
If applicable, disconnect the machine from the compressed
air supply.
4.
Remove residual oil from the oil pan using a cloth.
5.
Cover the control panel to protect it from soiling.
6.
Cover the control to protect it from soiling.
7.
Cover the entire machine if possible to protect it from contamination and damage.
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9
Disposal
CAUTION
Risk of environmental damage from improper
disposal!
Improper disposal of the machine can result in
serious environmental damage.
ALWAYS comply with the national regulations
regarding disposal.
The machine must not be disposed of in the normal household
waste.
The machine must be disposed of in a suitable manner in accordance with all applicable national regulations.
When disposing of the machine, be aware that it consists of a
range of different materials (steel, plastic, electronic components,
etc.). Follow the national regulations when disposing these
materials.
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10 Troubleshooting
10.1 Customer Service
Contact for repairs and issues with the machine:
Dürkopp Adler AG
Potsdamer Str. 190
33719 Bielefeld, Germany
Tel. +49 (0) 180 5 383 756
Fax +49 (0) 521 925 2594
Email: service@duerkopp-adler.com
Internet: www.duerkopp-adler.com
10.2 Messages of the software
Please contact customer service if an error occurs that is not
described here. Do not attempt to correct the error yourself.
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10.2.1 Information messages
Information
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Possible cause
Remedial action
1203
Position not reached
(during thread cutting,
reversal, etc.)
• Check the controller
settings and change
them if required; make
mechanical changes to
the machine (e.g. thread
cutter, setting for belt
tension, etc.)
• Check position (thread
lever at top dead center)
2020
DACextension box not
responding
• Check connection cables
• Check LEDs of
DACextension box
• Software update
2021
Sewing motor encoder
plug (Sub-D, 9-pin)
not connected to
DACextension box
• Connect encoder cable to
DACextension box using
the correct connection
2120
DA stepper card 1 not
responding
• Check connection cables
• Check LEDs of
DACextension box
• Software update
2121
DA stepper card 1 encoder • Connect encoder cable to
plug (Sub-D, 9-pin) not
the control, use correct
connected
connection
2122
DA stepper card 1 flywheel • Check connection cables
position not found
• Check stepper motor 1 for
stiff movement
2220
DA stepper card 2 not
responding
• Check connection cables
• Check LEDs of
DACextension box
• Software update
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Information
Possible cause
Remedial action
2221
DA stepper card 2 encoder • Connect encoder cable
plug (Sub-D, 9-pin) not
to the control, use
connected
correct output
2222
DA stepper card 2 flywheel • Check connection cables
position not found
• Check stepper motor 2
for stiff movement
3103
Low voltage warning
(1st threshold)
Mains voltage < 180 V AC
• Check the mains voltage
• Stabilize the mains
voltage
• Use generator
3108
Speed limited due to
insufficient mains voltage
• Check the mains voltage
3150
Maintenance necessary
• Information on lubricating
the machine
 Service Instructions
3155
No release for sewing
process
• Parameter t 51 20-t 51 33
= 25
• Input signal for sewing
process release required
3160
Stitch loosening device
• Stitch loosening cannot be
performed
3215
Bobbin stitch counter (info
value 0 reached)
• Change bobbin, set
counter value
• Press counter reset
button
3216
Remaining thread monitor
left
• Change the left bobbin
3217
Remaining thread monitor
right
• Change the right bobbin
3218
Remaining thread monitor
left and right
• Change the left and right
bobbin
3223
Skip stitch detected
3224
Bobbin failed to rotate
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Troubleshooting
Information
140
Possible cause
Remedial action
6360
No valid data on external
• Software update
EEprom (internal data
structures are not
compatible with the external
data storage device)
6361
No external EEprom
connected
6362
• Check machine ID
No valid data on internal
EEprom (internal data
connection
structures are not
• Switch off the control, wait
compatible with the external until the LEDs are off, and
data storage device)
then switch the control on
again
• Software update
6363
No valid data on internal
• Check machine ID
and external EEprom
connection
(software version is not
• Switch off the control, wait
compatible with the internal until the LEDs are off, and
data storage device,
then switch the control on
emergency operating
again
features only)
• Software update
6364
No valid data on internal
• Check machine ID
EEprom and no external
connection
EEprom connected
• Switch off the control, wait
(the internal data structures until the LEDs are off, and
are not compatible with
then switch the control on
the external data storage
again
device, emergency
• Software update
operating features only)
6365
Internal EEprom defective
• Replace the control
6366
Internal EEprom defective
and external data not valid
(emergency operating
features only)
• Replace the control
6367
Internal EEprom defective
and external EEprom not
connected (emergency
operating features only)
• Replace the control
• Connect machine ID
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Troubleshooting
Information
Possible cause
Remedial action
7202
DACextension box boot
error
• Check connection cables
• Software update
• Replace DACextension
box
7203
Checksum error during
update
• Check connection cables
• Software update
• Replace DACextension
box
7212
DA stepper card 1 boot
error
• Check connection cables
• Software update
• Replace DACextension
box
7213
Checksum error occurred
while updating DA stepper
card 2
• Check connection cables
• Software update
• Replace DACextension
box
7222
DA stepper card 2 boot
error
• Check connection cables
• Software update
• Replace DACextension
box
7223
Checksum error occurred
while updating DA stepper
card 2
• Check connection cables
• Software update
• Replace DACextension
box
7801
Software version error
• Software update
(DAC classic only; only the • Replace the control
functions of the DAC basic
will remain available)
7802
Software update error (DAC • Software update
classic only; only the
• Replace the control
functions of the DAC basic
will remain available)
7803
Communication error (DAC • Restart of the control
classic only; only the
• Software update
functions of the DAC basic • Replace the control
will remain available)
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Troubleshooting
10.2.2 Error messages
142
Code
Error/
warning
1000
Possible cause
Remedial action
Error
Sewing motor encoder
plug (Sub-D, 9-pin) not
connected
• Connect encoder cable
to the control, use
correct connection
1001
Error
Sewing motor error:
Sewing motor plug
(AMP) not connected
• Check connection and
plug in, if necessary
• Test sewing motor
phases (R= 2.8 Ω, high
impedance to PE)
• Replace the encoder
• Replace sewing motor
• Replace the control
1002
Error
Sewing motor insulation
fault
• Check sewing motor
phase and PE for lowimpedance connection
• Replace the encoder
• Replace sewing motor
1004
Error
Sewing motor error:
Incorrect sewing motor
direction of rotation
• Replace the encoder
• Check plug assignment
and change, if
necessary
• Check wiring in
machine distributor and
change it, if necessary
• Test sewing motor
phases and check for
correct value
1005
Error
Sewing motor blocked
• Eliminate stiff
movement in the
sewing machine
• Replace the encoder
• Replace sewing motor
1006
Error
Maximum speed
exceeded
• Replace the encoder
• Perform reset
• Check class (t 51 04)
1007
Error
Error in the reference run • Replace the encoder
• Eliminate stiff
movement in the
sewing machine
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Troubleshooting
Code
Error/
warning
Possible cause
Remedial action
1008
Error
Encoder error
• Replace the encoder
1010
Error
External synchronizer
plug (Sub-D, 9-pin) not
connected
• Connect cable of
external synchronizer
to control; use correct
connection (Sync)
• Only required for
machines with
transmission!
1011
Error
Encoder Z pulse missing • Switch off the control,
adjust the handwheel,
and switch the control
on again
• If error is not corrected,
check encoder
1012
Error
Synchronizer fault
• Replace the
synchronizer
1052
Error
Sewing motor
overcurrent, internal
current increase >25 A
• Check selection of
class
• Replace the control
• Replace sewing motor
• Replace the encoder
1053
Error
Sewing motor
overvoltage
• Check selection of
class
• Replace the control
1054
Error
Internal short circuit
• Replace the control
1055
Error
Sewing motor overload
• Eliminate stiff
movement in the
sewing machine
• Replace the encoder
• Replace sewing motor
2101
Error
DA stepper card 1
reference run timeout
• Check reference
sensor
2103
Error
DA stepper card 1 step
losses
• Check for stiff
movement
2155
Error
DA stepper card 1
overload
• Check for stiff
movement
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Troubleshooting
144
Code
Error/
warning
2201
Possible cause
Remedial action
Error
DA stepper card 2
reference run timeout
• Check reference
sensor
2203
Error
DA stepper card 2 step
losses
• Check for stiff
movement
2255
Error
DA stepper card 2
overload
• Check for stiff
movement
3100
Error
AC-RDY timeout,
• Check the mains
intermediate circuit
voltage
voltage did not reach the • If the mains voltage is
defined threshold in the
OK, replace the control
specified time
3101
Error
High voltage fault, mains • Check mains voltage,
voltage > 290 V for an
if nominal voltage is
extended period
continuously exceeded
• stabilize it or use a
generator
3102
Error
Low voltage failure
(2nd threshold), mains
voltage < 150 V AC
3104
Warning
Pedal is not in position 0 • When switching the
control on, take your
foot off the pedal
3105
Error
U24 V short circuit
• Disconnect 37-pin plug
• Replace control if error
is not corrected
• Test inputs/outputs for
24 V short circuit
3106
Error
U24 V (I2T) overload
• One or several
magnets defective
3107
Error
Pedal not connected
• Connect analog pedal
3109
Warning
Operation lock
• Check tilt sensor on
machine
• Check the mains
voltage
• Stabilize the mains
voltage
• Use generator
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Troubleshooting
Code
Error/
warning
3151
Possible cause
Remedial action
Warning
Maintenance necessary
(operation cannot
continue unless
parameter t 51 14 is
reset)
• Service is urgently
required  Service
Instructions
6353
Error
Internal EEprom
communication error
• Switch off the control
• Wait until the LEDs are
off
• Switch the machine
back on
6354
Error
External EEprom
communication error
• Switch off the control
• Wait until the LEDs are
off
• Check machine ID
connection
• Switch the control back
on
8401
Error
Watchdog
• Software update
• Machine ID reset
• Replace the control
8402- Error
8405
Internal error
• Software update
• Machine ID reset
• Replace the control
8406
Error
Checksum error
• Software update
• Replace the control
8501
Error
Software protection
• Always use the DA tool
for software updates
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Troubleshooting
10.3 Errors in sewing process
Error
Possible causes
Remedial action
Unthreading at Needle thread tension is too Check needle thread
seam
firm
tension  p. 47
beginning
Thread
breaking
Needle thread and hook
thread have not been
threaded correctly
Check threading path
 p. 28
Needle is bent or
sharp-edged
Replace the needle
 p. 24
Needle is not inserted
Insert the needle correctly
correctly into the needle bar into the needle bar  p. 24
The thread used is
unsuitable
Use recommended thread
 p. 149
Thread tensions are too
tight for the thread used
Check thread tensions
 p. 47
Thread-guiding parts, such Check threading path
as thread tube, thread guide  p. 28
or thread take-up disk, are
sharp-edged
Throat plate, hook or spread Have parts reworked by
have been damaged by the qualified specialists
needle
 p. 137
Missing
stitches
Needle thread and hook
thread have not been
threaded correctly
Check threading path
 p. 28
Needle is blunt or bent
Replace the needle
 p. 24
Needle is not inserted
Insert the needle correctly
correctly into the needle bar into the needle bar  p. 24
The needle thickness used
is unsuitable
Use recommended needle
thickness  p. 149
The reel stand is assembled Check the assembly of the
incorrectly
reel stand  p. 119
Thread tensions are too
tight
Check thread tensions
 p. 47
Throat plate, hook or spread Have parts reworked by
have been damaged by the qualified specialists
needle
 p. 137
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Troubleshooting
Error
Possible causes
Loose stitches Thread tensions are not
adjusted to the sewing
material, the sewing
material thickness or the
thread used
Needle
breakage
Remedial action
Check thread tensions
 p. 47
Needle thread and hook
thread have not been
threaded correctly
Check threading path
 p. 28
Needle thickness is
unsuitable for the sewing
material or the thread
Use recommended needle
thickness  p. 149
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Technical data
11 Technical data
11.1 Data and characteristic values
Machine type
-490322-M
-390322-M
Double lockstitch machine 301
Vertical hook with size
L
XXL
1
L
2
Switchable needle bars
1
-
Needle system
2
x
134-35
Maximum needle strength [Nm]
• for light to moderately heavy
sewing material
• for moderately heavy sewing
material
• for heavy sewing material
110-140
140-180
Thread strength [Nm]
80/3-10/3
90-110
Stitch length
forwards/backwards [mm]
Number of adjustable stitch
lengths
-290321-M
-290341-M
Special sewing machine
Type of stitches
Number of needles
-290322-M
-290020-M ECO
-190322-M
Technical data
-190020-M ECO
Subclass
12/12
2
1
2
Maximum speed [min-1]
2500
Speed on delivery [min-1]
2500
Maximum stroke height (only
with reversing mechanism) [mm]
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Technical data
-490322-M
-290321-M
-290341-M
72
74
9
Operating pressure [bar]
Air consumption [NL]
6
6
0.7
0.7
Length [mm]
690
Width [mm]
220
Height [mm]
480
Weight with direct drive [kg]
-390322-M
Maximum sewing foot stroke
-290322-M
-290020-M ECO
Technical data
-190322-M
-190020-M ECO
Subclass
72
74
Rated voltage [V, Hz]
230, 50/60
Rated voltage on delivery [V, Hz]
230, 50/60
Rated power [W]
375
11.2 Permissible maximum speeds
To ensure safe operation, optimum sewing results and a long
service life of the machine, do NOT exceed the permissible
maximum speeds:
Subclass
868-190322-M
Stitch length
range [mm]
0-8
1-2, 5
3
4
5
6
7-9
2500
2400
2200
2000
1800
1600
8-12
1-9
1600
868-290322-M
868-190020-M
868-290020-M
150
Sewing foot stroke Maximum speed
Adjusting wheel
[min-1]
position
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Technical data
11.3 Characteristics
The characteristics of the machine vary with the subclass it
belongs to:
•
•
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•
•
•
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•
•
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•
•
large (L)/extra-large (XXL) vertical hook
DAC classic control
Control panel OP 1000
Integrated winder
The clearance under the sewing feet when lifted is max. 20 mm
(all subclasses, except those that do not include a thread cutter,
require a drive with reversing mechanism to allow for the
positioning of the needle above the sewing feet)
The remaining thread length following the thread cutting
process is approx. 15 mm
A safety snap-on coupling prevents any misadjustment of the
hook or damage to the hook in the event of a hook thread
jamming
Automatic wick lubrication with an inspection glass housed in
the machine arm for lubricating the machine and the hook
Except for the machines in the ECO subclass, all subclasses
come with a push button panel including 6 buttons
A fully customizable favorite button within easy reach of
the user (possible functions are: Needle up/down, bartack
suppression, second stitch length, switchable thread tension,
and lower edge stop)
The possible needle spacing for the vertical L hook with and
without thread cutter is 3-63 mm
The possible needle spacing for the vertical XXL hook with
and without thread cutter is 3-56 mm
Subclass 868-490322-M is equipped with switchable needle
bars
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