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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Working Instructions
Short Seam Automat 2211-5
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Contents of the working instructions
The working instructions are divided into four sections:
A
General notes: page A 1 - A 10
Safety instructions for the operating and service personnel and for the operator
of the machine.
B
Operating instructions: page B 11 - B 36
Instructions for the personnel operating and handling the machine.
C
Service instructions: page C 37 - C 68
Instructions for the personnel in charge of the initial start-up, setting up and
service of the machine.
D
Programming instructions: page D 69 - D 103
Instructions for the service personnel in charge of preparing and setting up the
machine.
Scope of the working instructions
These working instructions describe the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 of Beisler
GmbH and apply only to those machine parts and components that are contained in the
scope of delivery of the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5.
They do not apply to accessories or machine parts (e.g. sewing head) from third parties
that the machine is equipped or retrofitted with. For those components, the working
instructions of the respective manufacturer or supplier apply.
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Section A
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
General notes
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Section A
General notes
Contents
A.1 Safety instructions ............................................................................................................ 5
A.1.1 Symbols used in the working instructions .................................................................... 8
A.1.2 Symbols used on the machine ..................................................................................... 8
A.1.3 General safety instructions .......................................................................................... 9
A.2 Notices ............................................................................................................................. 10
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
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Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Safety instructions
Important information for the operator!
This machine has been manufactured in keeping with the latest technological developments and is operationally safe. However, it may present potential hazards, particularly
if it is operated by inadequately trained personnel or if it is not used correctly:
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For personnel operating and handling the machine, the operator must prepare written
instructions in a reasonable form and in the language of the operating personnel based
on these working instructions (Germany: Accident Prevention Regulations UVV VBG
1 § 7.2).
Use the operating instructions to familiarize the operating personnel with the functions,
operation, and care of the machine and check to see if the operating personnel fully
understands these instructions.
Use the service instructions to familiarize the service personnel with the setting up
and maintenance of the machine.
For any modifications of the machine that have not been approved by Beisler GmbH
in writing, the operator is fully responsible.
The contents of the working instructions are subject to change without further notice.
Concerning translations into foreign languages, the German version of these working
instructions is binding.
Should you encounter problems that are not mentioned in these working instructions,
please contact your supplier immediately for your own safety. Please do not hesitate
to contact Beisler if you have any suggestions that help to improve this product.
Keep these working instructions close to the machine so that safety instructions
and information on operation, setting-up, and maintenance are always accessible.
Warranty
Beisler GmbH warrants the safety, operatability, and repair without charge of the short
seam automat 2211-5 for a period of 6 months under the condition that:
• the machine is used exclusively for the intended purpose and serviced in accordance
with the information in these working instructions,
• modifications of the machine are carried out only with prior written approval of Beisler
GmbH,
• only original spare parts or accessories approved by Beisler GmbH are used. For a
complete list of all approved spare parts, please contact Beisler GmbH.
If the machine is used for more than 10 hours per day (shift operation), the warranty period
is reduced to 3 months.
The warranty period starts with the delivery of the machine to the operator.
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Safety instructions
Exclusion of liability
Beisler GmbH warrants the faultlessness of the product as set forth by their
advertisement, product information and these working instructions. Other product
characteristics are not warranted.
Beisler GmbH is not responsible for the profitability or for the correct function of
the short seam automat 2211-5 if it is used for other purposes than those defined
in section „Correct use“.
Beisler GmbH is not responsible for damage that arises from the use of non-defined
and non-approved spare parts or accessories.
Copyright
© 2008 Beisler GmbH, Hösbach; Edition: 02/2008
Short seam automat
The short seam automat 2211-5 and all related parts are protected by copyright.
Any reproduction of the machine will be prosecuted.
Working instructions
These working instructions are protected by copyright. No part of the working instructions, including figures and tables, may be reproduced or translated in any
form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, without the express written permisson of Beisler GmbH.
Beisler GmbH
Fohnradstr. 10
63768 Hösbach
Germany
Phone: ++ 49 / 6021 / 50 19 0
Fax: ++ 49 / 6021 / 50 19 10
eMail: vertrieb@beisler-gmbh.de
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Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Safety instructions
Important information for the operating personnel!
Please note that any work to the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 must be carried out
only by trained operating personnel:
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Operating personnel means persons:
that have been given initial instructions for sewing automats and that
have been trained for the operation and handling of the SHORT SEAM
AUTOMAT 2211-5 on the basis of these operating instructions,
that have been informed about potential risks arising from their work
with the machine,
that are capable of assessing their work with the machine due to occupational experience and instruction of the safety regulations and of
recognizing potential hazards during work.
Cleaning of the machine or of machine parts must be performed only by personnel
that has been informed about potential hazards arising during the cleaning work.
Prior to the initial operation of the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5, read the operating instructions carefully so that you can make full use of the advantages of the
machine and to prevent damage.
Important information for the service personnel!
Please note that service work to the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 must be carried
out only by authorized and adequately trained expert personnel:
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Expert personnel means persons:
that have aquired their expertise by a special training in machine technology or electrical engineering or by a special advanced training or a
comparable qualification,
that have acquired the knowledge required to perform all works for setting up and servicing the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 from a training
by Beisler GmbH,
that are capable of assessing their work with the machine due to occupational experience and instruction of the safety regulations and of
recognizing potential hazards during work.
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Prior to carrying out any service work to the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5, read
the entire working instructions carefully so that you can make full use of the advantages of the machine and to prevent damage.
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A.1
Safety instructions
A.1.1 Symbols used in the working instructions
A.1.2 Symbols used on the machine
WARNING!
WARNING: DANGER!
is used if non-observance may cause serious or even lethal
injuries.
Caution! Observe working instructions.
WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE!
CAUTION!
is used if non-observance may cause medium to minor
injuries or damage.
Caution! Prior to opening, pull out power plug.
NOTE!
is used for hints and useful information.
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Safety instructions
A.1.3 General safety instructions
Correct use
• The SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 is a sewing
machine. It is to be used for:
• Clipping the slash selvage and sewing the slash
selvage to the left trousers component.
• Sewing the slash selvage to the right trousers component.
Optional: clipping of side pockets.
• The machine can be used for processing all conventional materials for outerwear.
• The machine has been designed for permanent operation in industry.
• The SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 has been tested
for electromagnetic compatibility and is suited for installation in industrial operating rooms.
Incorrect use
• The SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 must not be
operated in rooms that do not comply with the location
requirements.
• The SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 must not be
operated in the vicinity if devices or systems that produce strong magnetic fields as otherwise the correct
function of the program control may be impaired.
Safety requirements
• DIN EN, Part 1:1991-11, Part 2:1995-06
Safety of machines
• DIN EN 60601, Part 1:1994-05
Safety regulations for electrically operated measuring
and control installations, general requirements.
• DIN EN 50178 (VDE 0160): 1998-04
Equipment of power systems with electronic devices
• DIN EN 50082 (VDE 0839) Part 2:1997-11
Electromagnetic compatibility, basic specification,
immunity to interference.
Part 1: Domestic, business and commerce, small
enterprises.
Part 2: Industry.
• DIN EN 60204 (DIN VDE 0113): 1993-06
Electrical equipment of industrial machines
Safety devices
The SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT 2211-5 is equipped with a
circuit-breaker (program stop switch) that stops all machine movements and the sewing process when actuated
manually.
Power supply connection
The power supply of the machine is established with a
properly grounded power supply connection with:
• 230 V ± 10 %, 50/60 Hz, grounding plug.
• Fusing: 16 A
• Power consumption: 1.3 kW
Compressed air supply
The machine must be supplied by an on-site compressed
air source.
• Operating pressure: 6 bar.
• Compressed air quality: oil-free
• Compressed air consumption: 12 NL
Location and storage requirements
Installation in sheltered, closed rooms.
• Room temperature: +10 °C to 45 °C
• Relative humidity: 80 % max.
Disposal
• Please discard the packaging material in accordance
with existing disposal directives. Section C1, Delivery
of the machine, contains a list of the packaging materials used.
• The machine contains reusable materials. Therefore,
when discarding the machine, ask your local magistrate or community office about the possibilities of
recycling.
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Notices
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Section B
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Operating Instructions
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Section B
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Operating Instructions
Contents
B.1 Description of the machine .............................................................................................. 13
B.1.1 Functional units ........................................................................................................... 13
B.2 Functions of the machine ................................................................................................. 14
B.2.1 Sewing functions of the machine ................................................................................ 14
B.2.2 Machine cycle left slash selvage ................................................................................. 14
B.2.3 Lining up the left slash selvage ................................................................................... 15
B.2.4 Left trousers component line-up .................................................................................. 16
B.2.5 Left slash selvage/trousers component sewing .......................................................... 17
B.2.6 Machine cycle right slash selvage ............................................................................... 18
B.2.7 Right trousers component line-up ............................................................................... 18
B.2.8 Right slash selvage line-up ......................................................................................... 19
B.2.9 Right slash selvage/trousers component sewing ........................................................ 20
B.2.10 Machine cycle left side pocket ..................................................................................... 21
B.2.11 Lining up left pocket at trousers component ............................................................... 21
B.2.12 Sewing left side pocket /trousers component ................................................................ 22
B.2.13 Machine cycle right side pocket .................................................................................. 23
B.2.14 Lining up right side pocket at trousers ........................................................................ 23
B.2.15 Sewing the left side pocket /trousers component .............................................................. 24
B.2.16 Switches ...................................................................................................................... 25
B.2.17 Operating panel ........................................................................................................... 26
B.3 Operation ............................................................................................................................ 27
B.3.1 Safety instructions for operation .................................................................................. 27
B.3.2 Preparing the machine ................................................................................................ 28
B.3.3 Selecting the sewing program ..................................................................................... 29
B.3.4 Activating additional seam numbers ........................................................................... 30
B.3.5 Deactivating a seam number ...................................................................................... 30
B.3.6 Setting the thread clamp manually .............................................................................. 30
B.3.7 Testing the cutters ....................................................................................................... 31
B.3.8 Resetting the day counter to zero ............................................................................... 31
B.3.9 Quick stitch width setting ............................................................................................. 32
B.3.10 Controlling machine cycle ........................................................................................... 33
B.3.11 Start mode 04 / 05 ....................................................................................................... 34
B.3.12 Start mode 06 / 07 ....................................................................................................... 35
B.3.13 Resetting line-up process ............................................................................................ 36
B.3.14 Moving machine to zero position ................................................................................. 36
B.3.15 Stopping a sewing program ......................................................................................... 36
B.3.16 Turning the machine off ............................................................................................... 36
B.3.17 Periodic cleaning of the machine ................................................................................ 36
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Description of the machine
Fig. 1
B.1.1 Functional units
All functional units of the SHORT SEAM AUTOMAT
2211-5 are mounted to the height-adjustable table frame
and freely accessible.
Transport and sewing unit
1 Transport stamp
2 Linear rail (under the cover)
3 Sewing head
4 Thread holder
5 Right slash selvage stop
6 Guide laser
7 Folder with quick stitch width setting
b Pick-up plate
j Vacuum pump
l Compressed air device
m Main clamp
Control unit
8 Program stop switch
9 Operating panel
a Memory card
Worktable
e Working plate
i Height-adjustable table leg
Power supply system
c Main switch, emergency off switch
d Control box
f Sewing motor control
k Vacuum pump power supply switch
Operating switches
g Footswitch for machine operation
h Footswitch for slash selvage clamp
Fig. 1
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Functions of the machine
B.2.2 Machine cycle left slash selvage
B.2.1 Sewing functions of the machine
The short seam automat 2211-5 can perform six different,
automated sewing functions:
• Clipping and crimping over of the left slash selvage with
subsequent sewing of the slash selvage to the left trousers component.
• Sewing the slash selvage to the right trousers component.
• Clipping and crimping over of the side pocket to the
left trousers component.
• Clipping and crimping over of the side pocket to the
right trousers component.
• Clipping and crimping over of the left slash selvage and
the sewing of the left slash selvage to the left trousers
component at ladies' trousers.
• Sewing of the right slash selvage to the right trousers
component at ladies' trousers.
The machine cycle "Clipping left slash selvage and sewing
it to the left trousers component" is performed as follows:
• The left slash selvage is lined up manually at the pickup plate.
• The slash selvage is clipped, crimped over by the folder
and picked up.
• The left trousers component is positioned manually on
the working plate.
The folder transports the slash selvage to the left trousers component and puts it down.
• The trousers component with the slash selvage is automatically transported by the transport system to the
sewing head where it is tucked.
• The finished sewing piece is then blown off the worktable with compressed air.
• The assistance transport is activated.
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Functions of the machine
B.2.3 Lining up the left slash selvage
Fig. 2/3
Ideally, the slash selvage and the left trousers component
are premarked by a gusset. If a gusset is not available,
the line-up position is marked with tape or with a felt pen
at the working plate or at the pick-up plate.
Fig. 2
Slash selvage line-up position, Fig. 2:
The slash selvage clamp 1 is open during the lineup process.
The slash selvage 3 is lined up at the stop rail 4 of
the pick-up plate. The exact position to the cutter 2
is marked by the gusset in the slash selvage.
Slash selvage clamp, Fig. 2:
The slash selvage clamp 1 closes and secures the
slash selvage 3 while the cloth material is clipped and
then crimped over.
Crimping over and picking up the slash selvage, Fig. 3:
The folder 1 moves right to the pick-up plate 2. The
slash selvage 3 is clipped by the cutter 7 and crimped over and picked up by the folder clamp 4.
The cutter 8 of the working plate opens, the
cutter 5 is passive and remains concealed in the
working plate.
The both positioning lamps 5 support the lining up
of the gusset of the left trousers part to the cutter 8.
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B.2.4 Left trousers component line-up
Fig. 4/5
Line-up position of the left trousers component, Fig. 4:
The left trousers component 3 is lined up with the
gusset to the cutter 4 and parallel to the red marking
line 2 of the guide laser 1.
Fig. 4
Folder, Fig. 5:
The folder 1 moves left to the working plate with the
slash selvage, lowers and puts the slash selvage 2
onto the left trousers component 3.
Fig. 5
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Functions of the machine
B.2.5 Left slash selvage/trousers component sewing
Main clamp, Fig. 6:
The main clamp 2 moves to the insertion position and
picks up the trousers component. The folder moves up
to its start position.
The main clamp transports the trousers component on
the working plate from the insertion station to the sewing head.
Sewing head, Fig. 6:
The sewing head 1 only performs the sewing stitch
and thread cutting functions. All other functions, such
as seam length or setting the beginning and the end
of the seam, are acquired by the machine's sensoring
system and controlled by the program control in accordance with the set values.
Fig. 6
Threads
Thread stock and thread supply of the sewing head are
monitored by sensors (top thread sensor and rest
thread sensor).
The thread holder can hold two thread spools.
Blow-off, Fig. 6:
After the sewing process, the trousers component 4
is blown off the worktable with compressed air 3.
Fig. 6
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B.2.6 Machine cycle right slash selvage
Fig. 7/8
The machine cycle "Sewing the right slash selvage to the
right trousers component" is performed as follows:
• The right trousers component is positioned manually
on the working plate.
• The trousers component is clipped, the stop for the
slash selvage swivels onto the working plate.
• The right slash selvage is lined up manually at the stop.
• The trousers component with the slash selvage is transported automatically to the sewing head where it is
tucked.
• The finished sewing piece is then blown off the working table with compressed air.
• The assistance transport is deactivated.
Fig. 7
B.2.7 Right trousers component line-up
Ideally, the right trousers component is premarked by a
gusset. If a gusset is not available, the line-up position is
marked with tape or with a felt pen at the working plate
or at the pick-up plate.
Folder, Fig. 7:
The folder 1 moves right to the pick-up plate 1 and
makes the working plate accessible. The cutter 3
opens, the two cutters 4 and 5 are passive and
remain concealed in the working plate.
Right trousers component line-up position, Fig. 8:
The right trousers component 4 is aligned with the
gusset at the cutter 2 and parallel to the pick-up plate
and the folder at the red marking 3 of the guide laser 1.
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Functions of the machine
B.2.8 Right slash selvage
Fig. 9
Stop, Fig. 9:
After the cutter has clipped, the stop 1 swivels to the
right trousers component.
Line-up position of the right slash selvage, Fig 9:
The right slash selvage 3 is lined up immediately at
the stop rail 2 and flush with the right trousers component.
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B.2.9 Sewing the right trousers component
Fig. 10
Main clamp, Fig. 10:
The main clamp 2 moves to the insertion station and
picks up the trousers component. The folder moves up
to its start position.
The main clamp transports the trousers component on
the working plate from the insertion station to the sewing head.
Sewing head, Fig. 10:
The sewing head 2 only performs the sewing stitch
and thread cutting functions. All other functions, such
as seam length and determining the beginning or the
end of the seam, are acquired by the machine's sensor system and controlled by the program control in accordance with the set values.
Threads
Thread stock and thread supply of the sewing head are
monitored by sensors (top thread sensor and rest
thread sensor).
The thread holder can hold two thread spools.
Blowing off, Fig. 10:
After the sewing process, the trousers component 4
is blown off the worktable with compressed air 3.
Fig. 10
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B.2.10 Machine cycle left side pocket
The machine cycle "Clipping left side pocket and sewing
it to the left trousers component" is performed as follows:
• The left side pocket is lined up manually at the pickup plate.
• The cloth ledge is clipped, crimped over by the folder
and picked up.
• The left trousers component is positioned manually on
the working plate.
After the cutter has clipped the trousers component,
the folder transports the side pocket to the left trousers
component and puts it down.
• The trousers component with the side pocket is automatically transported by the transport system to the sewing head where it is tucked.
• The finished sewing piece is then blown off the worktable with compressed air.
• The assistance transport is activated.
Fig. 11
B.2.11 Lining up left pocket at trousers component
Ideally, the side pocket and the left trousers component
are premarked by a gusset. If a gusset is not available,
the line-up position is marked with tape or with a felt pen
at the working plate or at the pick-up plate.
Side pocket line-up position, Fig.11:
The slash selvage clamp is closed during the line-up
process.
The cloth ledge 1 of the side pocket 3 is lined up
at the stop rail 6 of the pick-up plate 4. The exact
position to the cutter 5 is marked by the gusset in
the cloth ledge.
Crimping over and picking up the side pocket, Fig. 12:
The folder 1 moves right to the pick-up plate. The cloth
ledge of the side pocket 3 is clipped by the cutter 2
and crimped over and picked up by the folder clamp 6.
The cutter 5 of the working plate opens, the
cutter 8 is passive and remains concealed in the
working plate.
Left trousers component line-up position, Fig.12:
The left trousers component 4 is aligned with the gusset at the cutter 5 and parallel to the pick-up plate and
the folder at the red marking 7 of the guide laser.
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B.2.12 Sewing left side pocket /trousers component
Folder, Fig. 13:
The folder 1 moves left to the working plate with the
side pocket, lowers and puts the side pocket 2 onto
the left trousers component 3.
Fig. 13/14
Fig. 13
Main clamp, Fig. 14:
The main clamp 2 moves to the insertion station and
picks up the sewing pieces. The folder moves up to its
start position.
The main clamp transports the trousers component on
the working plate from the insertion station to the sewing head 1.
After the sewing process, the sewing pieces 4 are
blown off the worktable with compressed air 3.
Fig. 14
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B.2.13 Machine cycle right side pocket
The machine cycle "Clipping right side pocket and sewing
it to the left trousers component" is performed as follows:
• The right side pocket is lined up manually at the pickup plate.
• The cloth ledge is clipped, crimped over by the folder
and picked up.
• The right trousers component is positioned manually
on the working plate.
After the cutter has clipped the trousers component,
the folder transports the side pocket to the lright trousers component and puts it down.
• The trousers component with the side pocket is automatically transported by the transport system to the sewing head where it is tucked.
• The finished sewing piece is then blown off the worktable with compressed air.
• The assistance transport is activated.
Fig. 15
B.2.14 Lining up right side pocket at trousers
Ideally, the side pocket and the right trousers component
are premarked by a gusset. If a gusset is not available,
the line-up position is marked with tape or with a felt pen
at the working plate or at the pick-up plate.
Side pocket line-up position, Fig.15:
The slash selvage clamp is closed during the line-up
process.
The cloth ledge 1 of the side pocket 2 is lined up
at the stop rail 4 of the pick-up plate 3. The exact
position to the cutter 5 is marked by the gusset in
the cloth ledge.
Crimping over and picking up the pocket, Fig. 16:
The folder 1 moves right to the pick-up plate. The cloth
ledge of the side pocket 2 is clipped by the cutter 5
and crimped over and picked up by the folder clamp 3.
The cutter 8 of the working plate opens, the
cutter 4 is passive and remains concealed in the
working plate.
Right trousers component line-up position, Fig.16:
The right trousers component 4 is aligned with the
gusset at the cutter 8 and parallel to the pick-up plate
and the folder at the red marking 7 of the guide laser.
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B.2.15 Sewing the left side pocket /trousers component
Folder, Fig. 17:
The folder 1 moves left to the working plate with the
side pocket, lowers and puts the side pocket 2 onto
the right trousers component 3.
Fig. 17
Main clamp and sewing head, Fig. 18:
The main clamp 2 moves to the insertion station and
picks up the sewing pieces. The folder moves up to its
start position.
The main clamp transports the trousers component on
the working plate from the insertion station to the sewing head 1.
After the sewing process, the sewing pieces 4 are
blown off the worktable with compressed air 3.
Fig. 18
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Fig. 19
B.2.16 Switches
The short seam automat is equipped with three different
types of switches:
• Emergency switch for stopping a sewing program,
• supply switch for voltage and vacuum pump,
• control switches for controlling the machine operation.
Emergency switch:
Program stop key
When the program stop key 1 is pressed, all machine
movements and the sewing process are stopped immediately.
The switch engages when pressed. Rotating the switch
in the clockwise direction will release the switch, and
it moves back into its original position.
The control program performs a reset.
Supply switches:
Main switch
The main switch 2 is used to turn the power supply
of the machine on or off. For safety reasons, the machine must be turned off using the main switch when
it is standing still for an extended period; in this case,
all functional units are deactivated. The main switch
also serves as an additional emergency off switch.
Vacuum switch
The vacuum switch 5 is used to turn the optional vacuum pump on and off.
Control switches:
Footswitch for machine operation
This footswitch 3 is used to control the individual operating steps of the machine or for starting the fully automatic machine operation.
Fig. 19
Footswitch for slash selvage clamp
Depressing the footswitch for the slash selvage clamp
4 will open or close the slash selvage clamp independently of the switching state.
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Fig. 20
B.2.17Operating panel
Fig. 20
Display
During the operation of the machine, the display 1
shows the values of the selected sewing program. If
menus were requested, the menu symbol or the corresponding parameters of the function are displayed.
Indicator panel
8 Seam symbol
9 Sewing program description (a sewing program
may consist of several seams)
a Sewing program seam number
b Seam description
c Display field for the enabled seam functions
d Bar for requestable submenus
Memory stick slot 3
The memory stick is the medium for storing the bakkup copies of all program control data. Programs can
be copied to and stored on the memory stick and reloaded into the machine control when required.
Program stop key
If the program stop key 6 is pressed during the operation of the machine, all movements and the sewing
process are stopped.
Numeric key pad
The numeric keypad 2 is used to enter all changable
number values.
By pressing the M key, you can request the desired sewing programs.
By pressing the P key, you can request submenus, confirm inputs and exit the programming mode.
Arrow keys
By pressing the UP or DOWN arrow key 4, you can
move the cursor in the selected menu one line up or
down.
By pressing the RIGHT or LEFT arrow key, you can
mark the desired parameter in the selected menu using
the cursor or browse forward or backward if the parameter list consists of several pages.
Function keys
You can use the function keys 7 to request the menus for setting or changing machine functions on the
selected level.
Symbol bar
The symbol bar 5 indicates menus that can be requested using the function keys directly from the start
menu.
All other functions of the machine can be set or changed by selecting the corresponding menus on the different program levels. The corresponding symbols
appear on the display of the operating panel.
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Operation
B.3.1 Safety instructions for operation
Machine operation:
Handling the guide laser:
WARNING - Machine operation intervention!
CAUTION - Damage of the retina!
The machine is driven by electric motors and by compressed air. Any attempt to stop the moving parts of
the machine or to tamper with the movements by hand
may cause severe injuries.
• Keep hands away from machine during machine
operation!
• During the sewing process, keep hands away from
the operating range of the needle!
• If a failure is encountered during machine operation, press the program stop switch immediately!
Clothing:
CAUTION - Unsuited work clothing!
If the eye is directed toward the laser beam for some
time, the retina may be damaged.
• Do not look directly into the laser beam!
• Do not direct laser beam into eyes!
CAUTION - Laser beam change!
An optical change of the laser beam may increase its
luminous intensity and cause eye injuries.
• If the direction of the laser beam is changed, if the
laser beam is misadjusted or if the laser optics are
damaged, turn the machine off and shut it down.
• Do not allow optical equipment (burning glasses
or lenses) to interfere with the laser beam path.
As moving parts of the machine may catch and wind
up loose clothing, make sure to stay away from the
operating range of the machine to avoid injuries.
• When operating the machine, do not wear wide or
open clothing!
• Make sure that sleeves are tight-fitting and properly
closed!
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B.3
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Operation
B.3.2 Preparing the machine
Fig. 21
Fig. 21
Prior to the production start, check the supply connections,
connect the machine to the compressed air and power
supply systems and prepare the sewing head.
1. Insert needle, pass top thread through needle and insert
bobbin for bottom thread into sewing head (see working instructions of sewing head manufacturer or supplier).
2. Fig 21: Connect machine to compressed air supply by
inserting the plug-in connector 4 of the compressed
air supply hose into the compressed air receptacle in
the operating room. The pressure of the compressed
air is reduced to the required operating pressure of 6
bar by a pressure reducer 3. Check manometer 2
to see if the correct operating pressure is set. The
pressure reducer is installed at the side mounting wall
of the worktable.
3. Connect machine to power supply system.
WARNING - Electric shock:
Contact with current-carrying components may cause
a lethal electric shock. Check plug and cable before
connecting machine to power supply system.
• Do not use damaged plugs, sockets or cables to
connect the machine to the power supply system!
• The machine is connected to a power source of 230
V ±10 % at 50/60 Hz.
• Before connecting the machine to the power supply
system, check to see if the ratings of the power
supply system in the operating room correspond
with the ratings on the nameplate at the rear of the
machine.
• If the ratings for voltage (V) and maximum current
(A) do not match, the machine must not be connected.
• Insert the grounding plug into a properly grounded
and fused power socket.
• Make sure that the power supply cable is not subject to tensile or pressure forces.
4. Turn machine on by moving the main switch 1 into
the position I.
5. Turn the vacuum pump of the machine on. Press vacuum switch 8 or open on-site vacuum supply.
NOTE - Vacuum supply!
If the machine is equipped with the optional vacuum pump,
the vacuum supply is now ready for operation.
If the machine is prepared for the on-site vacuum supply system, the on-site vacuum hose 5 must be connected
to the sleeve 7 of the vacuum valve 6.
The machine is ready for operation.
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B.3
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Operation
B.3.3 Selecting the sewing program
Fig. 22/23
Fig. 22
After the machine has been turned on and the control program has been activated, the sewing program that had
been selected last is set.
Sewing programs are stored in the memory (M) where up
to 50 sewing programs (M 01 M 50) can be programmed.
To each sewing program, up to six seam numbers (01, 02,
03, 04, 05, 06) are assigned.
Fig. 22: The program control of the machine is programmed at the factory with a sewing program 1 with three
different seams 2.
The name of the sewing program is M 01, the seams are
marked by the seam numbers (01, 02, 03):
• Seam 01 is used for clipping and crimping over the left
slash selvage and for sewing the left slash selvage to
the left trousers component.
• Seam 02 is used for sewing the right slash selvage to
the right trouser component.
• Seam 03 is a test seam that is restricted to two functions:
• Clamp movement from the insertion station to the
sewing head,
• Starting/ending the complete sewing process.
The test seam is used for checking the clamp transport and the sewing process when the machine is set
up.
Fig. 23
1. Select sewing program at operating panel.
Request memory:
•
Press key.
Select sewing program number, e.g. 01:
•
Press and keys.
The selected program is activated immediately.
2. Select seam number of desired seam.
Fig. 23: Display during seam number selection:
Move cursor to seam number:
1
2
3
•
Press . or Y key.
Confirm selection:
•
Press $ key.
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Active seam number
Passive seam number
Seam number is selected
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
B.3
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Operation
B.3.4 Activating additional seam numbers
B.3.6 Setting the thread clamp manually
1. Select seam number of desired seam.
Before the first start of a sewing program, the top thread
clamp must be activated to protect the top thread from
being pulled out of the needle when the machine starts.
Move cursor to seam number:
•
Press . or Y key.
•
Confirm selection:
•
Press $ key.
The seam number of the activated seam appears blackened.
B.3.5 Deactivating a seam number
1. Select seam number of desired seam.
Move cursor to seam number:
•
Press . or Y key.
Confirm selection:
•
Press key.
Press $ key.
The seam number of the deactivated seam is no longer
blackened.
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
B.3
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Operation
B.3.8 Resetting the day counter to zero
B.3.7 Testing the cutters
Sharpness and function of the three cutters can be chekked individually. When the corresponding function key is
pressed, a cutting movement is performed.
Use this function to reset the day counter for a program
cycle or for a completed working cycle to zero.
1. Move to level 1.
1. Request the cutter test menu.
•
Press key.
Press key.
The display shows the symbols for selectable functions
on this level.
K
The display shows the symbols of the selectable functions
on this level.
%&'4(>5
%%%EFGTS
2. Request the day counter reset function.
(
2. Rear working plate cutter (left trousers component).
•
Press key.
E
The day counter is now reset to zero.
•
Press key.
3. Return to start level.
3. Front working plate cutter (right trousers component).
Press key.
F
•
Display: PART: 0000
Press key.
4. Pick-up plate cutter (left slash selvage / right side
pocket).
G
•
Press key.
5. Pick-up plate cutter (left side pocket / right slash selvage at ladies' trousers).
T
•
Taste drücken
6. Load bobbin.
S
•
Press key.
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Operation
B.3.9 Quick stitch width setting
Fig. 24
The quick stitch width adjustment makes the selection of
4 preadjusted different stitch widths possible.
•
Fig. 24: Use the handwheel 1 to adjust the stitch
width to the required range.
2 trousers component
3 slash selvage or prefactured pocket bag
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
B.3
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Operation
B.3.10 Controlling machine cycle
Fig. 25
Fig. 25: The complete process of the sewing programs
is controlled by using the two footswitches.
1 Footswitch for machine operation
2 Footswitch for slash selvage clamp
Each sewing program offers several alternatives (modes)
for controlling the process.
The sewing programs:
• M 01 with seam 01 ("Crimping over left slash selvage and sew onto left trouser component") and
• M 03 with seam 19 ("Right slash selvage for ladies'
trousers."),
are controlled by using both footswitches.
• The footswitch for the slash selvage clamp 2 closes
the slash selvage clamp after the slash selvage has
been inserted,
• The footswitch for machine operation 1 controls the
entire subsequent process of the sewing programm.
The sewing programs:
• M 01 with seam 02 ("Sewing right slash selvage to
right trousers component")
• M 02 with seam 11,12 ("Right and left side pocket"),
• M 03 with seam 20 ("Left slash selvage for ladies' trousers")
are controlled exclusively by using the footswitch for machine operation 1.
The sewing program:
• M 0 with seam 03 ("Test seam")
is also controlled by using the footswitch for machine operation 2.
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Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
B.3
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Operation
B.3.11 Start mode 04 / 05
Start mode for:
• "Left slash selvage"
• "Left and right side pocket"
• "Right slash selvage for ladies' trousers"
The machine cycle "Crimping over left slash selvage and
sewing to left trousers component" can be performed in
two different modes (Mode 04, Mode 05).
Controlling machine cycle in Mode 04:
1. Line up left slash selvage.
2. Depress left footswitch for slash selvage clamp:
• The slash selvage clamp closes.
3. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• The folder moves right to the pick-up plate.
• The cutter "Slash selvage" cuts.
• The slash selvage is crimped over and picked up.
4. Depress footswitch for machine operation and keep
depressed:
• The rear cutter "Left trousers component" opens,
vacuum is activated.
• Line up and smooth out left trousers component.
5. Release footswitch:
• Further machine cycle is fully automatic:
• The cutter "Left trousers component" cuts.
The folder puts the slash selvage down onto the
left trousers component.
• The main clamp picks up the sewing piece.
• The main clamp transports the sewing pieces to
the sewing head.
• The sewing pieces are tucked and blown off from
the working plate with compressed air.
• The main clamp returns to its start position.
6. The next machine cycle starts.
NOTE - Supplying sewing pieces!
Controlling machine cycle in Mode 05:
1. Line up left slash selvage.
2. Depress left footswitch for slash selvage clamp:
• The slash selvage clamp closes.
3. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• The folder moves right to the pick-up plate.
• The cutter "Slash selvage" cuts.
• The slash selvage is crimped over and picked up.
4. Depress footswitch for machine operation and keep
depressed:
• The cutter "Left trousers component" opens, vacuum is activated.
• Line up and smooth out left trousers component.
5. Release footswitch:
• The cutter "Left trousers component" cuts.
• The folder puts the slash selvage down onto the
left trousers component.
6. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• The main clamp moves to the insertion station and
picks up the sewing pieces.
7. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• Further machine cycle is fully automatic:
The folder moves right.
The main clamp transports the sewing pieces to
the sewing head.
The sewing pieces are tucked and blown off from
the working plate with compressed air.
The main clamp returns to its start position.
The next machine cycle starts.
NOTE - Supplying sewing pieces!
If the fully automatic machine cycle was started, the next
sewing pieces can be lined up.
The footswitch for machine operation remains deactivated until the main clamp reaches its start position; after that,
the next machine cycle can be started.
If the fully automatic machine cycle was started, the next
sewing pieces can be lined up.
The footswitch for machine operation remains deactivated until the main clamp reaches its start position; after that,
the next machine cycle can be started.
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Operation
B.3.12 Start mode 06 / 07
Start mode for:
• "Right slash selvage"
• "Left slash selvage for ladies' trousers"
The machine cycle "Sew right slash selvage to right trousers component" can be performed in two different modes (Mode 06, Mode 07).
Controlling machine cycle in Mode 06:
1. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• The folder moves right to the pick-up plate.
• The cutter "Right trousers component" opens,
2. Depress footswitch for machine operation and keep
depressed:
• Vacuum is activated.
• Line up and smooth out right trousers component.
3. Release footswitch:
• The cutter "Right trousers component" cuts, the
slash selvage stop swivels to the trousers component.
• Line up right slash selvage to right trousers component at stop.
4. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• Further machine cycle is fully automatic:
The folder moves left.
The main clamp transports the sewing pieces to
the sewing head.
The sewing pieces are tucked and blown off from
the working plate with compressed air.
The main clamp returns to its start position.
The next machine cycle starts.
NOTE - Supplying sewing pieces!
Controlling machine cycle in Mode 07:
1. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• The folder moves right to the pick-up plate.
• The cutter "Right trousers component" opens,
2. Depress footswitch for machine operation and keep
depressed:
• Vacuum is activated.
• Line up and smooth out right trousers component.
3. Release footswitch:
• The cutter "Right trousers component" cuts, the
slash selvage stop swivels to the trousers component.
• Line up right slash selvage to right trousers component at stop.
4. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• The folder moves left.
• The main clamp moves to the insertion station and
picks up the sewing pieces.
5. Depress footswitch for machine operation:
• Further machine cycle is fully automatic:
The main clamp transports the sewing pieces to
the sewing head.
The sewing pieces are tucked and blown off from
the working plate with compressed air.
The main clamp returns to its start position.
The next machine cycle starts.
NOTE - Supplying sewing pieces!
If the fully automatic machine cycle was started, the next
sewing pieces can be lined up.
The footswitch for machine operation remains deactivated until the main clamp reaches its start position; after that,
the next machine cycle can be started.
If the fully automatic machine cycle was started, the next
sewing pieces can be lined up.
The footswitch for machine operation remains deactivated until the main clamp reaches its start position; after that,
the next machine cycle can be started.
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Operation
B.3.13 Resetting line-up process
B.3.16 Turning the machine off
This function depends on the selected machine cycle
mode. It only refers to machine movements that can be
executed before the start of the automatic process.
The machine movements can be reset gradually.
•
For extended work intermissions, the machine must be
turned off completely.
1. Turn power supply off by moving main switch to 0 position.
Press key (several times if required).
B.3.17 Periodic cleaning of the machine
!
The machine must be cleaned after large production series
or at least once a day, whichever occurs first.
B.3.14 Moving machine to zero position
CAUTION - Danger of injuries!
Prior to starting the production, after machine tests or after
corrections to sewing programs, the machine must be returned to zero position for starting the machine cycle:
1. Press key STOP twice
(See Section B.3.15, Stopping a sewing program)
B.3.15 Stopping a sewing program
1. Press program stop switch.
When this switch is pressed, all machine movements
and the sewing process are stopped immediately. The
switch engages when pressed.
To restart the machine after a program stop, all functions
must be reset, and the machine must be returned to zero
position by unlocking the program stop switch. Press key
STOP twice.
As moving parts of the machine may catch and wind
up loose clothing if the machine is put in motion accidentally, make sure to stay away from the operating
range of the machine to avoid injuries.
Prior to any cleaning work, disconnect the machine
from the power supply!
• Turn the machine off using the main switch.
• Remove the power plug from the socket and protect it from accidental reconnection.
Periodic cleaning:
1. Remove fabric residues.
2. Using compressed air, blow off dust and thread residues at the sewing head, at the working plate, at the
main clamp and at the linear rail.
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Section C
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Service Instructions
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Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Section C
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Service Instructions
Contents
C.1 Delivery of the machine .................................................................................................... 39
C.1.1 Packaging .................................................................................................................... 39
C.1.2 Scope of delivery ......................................................................................................... 39
C.2 Storage and location requirements ................................................................................. 40
C.2.1 Floor quality ................................................................................................................. 40
C.2.2 Interior climate ............................................................................................................. 40
C.2.3 Floor space required ................................................................................................... 40
C.2.4 Supply connections ..................................................................................................... 40
C.3 Start-up ............................................................................................................................... 41
C.3.1 Machine table alignment ............................................................................................. 41
C.3.2 Compressed air / vacuum connections ...................................................................... 42
C.3.3 Connecting the machine to the power supply ............................................................. 43
C.3.4 Safety check ................................................................................................................ 43
C.4 Operation and shut-down ................................................................................................. 44
C.4.1 Working with the machine ........................................................................................... 44
C.4.2 Machine shut-down ..................................................................................................... 44
C.5 Maintenance ....................................................................................................................... 45
C.5.1 Inspection .................................................................................................................... 45
C.5.2 Cleaning ...................................................................................................................... 45
C.5.3 Service ......................................................................................................................... 46
C.5.4 Repairs ........................................................................................................................ 47
Operating panel replacement ................................................................................. 47
Clamp transport belt replacement .......................................................................... 48
Clamp rail replacement ........................................................................................... 49
Cutter replacement ................................................................................................. 49
Cutter block replacement ........................................................................................ 49
Assistance transport belt replacement ................................................................... 50
Pin assignment step motor ..................................................................................... 50
Assistance transport stamp pressure adjustment .................................................. 51
C.5.5 Machine set-up ............................................................................................................ 52
Guide laser adjustment ........................................................................................... 52
Clamp rail clamping pressure adjustment .............................................................. 53
Adjustment of the clamp slide disengagement position ......................................... 54
Adjustment of the clamp rail parallel orientation .................................................... 54
Folder to clamp rail alignment ................................................................................ 55
Folder lower position adjustment ............................................................................ 56
Folder to pick-up plate alignment ........................................................................... 57
Folder bar to folder clamp alignment ...................................................................... 58
Right slash selvage stop alignment ........................................................................ 59
Cutter adjustment .................................................................................................... 60
Photocell light sensitivity setting ............................................................................. 61
Adjustment PCB stepper motor ............................................................................. 62
Setting the thread cutter ......................................................................................... 63
Checking the rest thread monitor ........................................................................... 64
C.6 Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................ 65
C.7 Specifications .................................................................................................................... 68
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C.1
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Delivery of the machine
C.1.1 Packaging
C.1.2 Scope of delivery
The machine is delivered in a solid packaging box on a
pallet. All packaging materials can be separated and reused.
•
•
•
Pallet made of pine wood
Packaging box made of plywood / transport carton
Polyethylene film (PE)
NOTE - Shipping braces!
During shipping, moving machine parts are protected
with shipping braces (cable ties). The positions of all
parts fitted with shipping braces are marked with red
labels.
After the machine has been installed and aligned, the
shipping braces must be removed.
NOTE - Damages in transit!
The machine is delivered in an operative condition. The
scope of delivery comprises:
Short seam automat with sewing head
• The machine is equipped with several customerspecific accessories. For checking the exact layout, the information on the delivery note is authoritative.
• Service kit with machine oil.
Operating panel and program control:
• Preinstalled (ready-for-use) operating panel.
• Memory stick with factory-programmed standard
sewing program.
Technical documents:
• Operating instructions.
• Service instructions.
• Programming instructions.
If any damage presumably caused by incorrect transport is found when the machine is unpacked, please
contact your supplier immediately.
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C.2
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Storage and location requirements
C.2.1 Floor quality
C.2.4 Supply connections
The floor of the room where the machine is to be installed must have a sufficient surface strength. The location
of the machine must be free of vibrations.
If several machines are to be installed in one room, the
static load bearing capacity of the ceiling must be considered.
Weight:
• Machine with accessories
The machine requires on-site power and compressed air
sources.
Power connection:
The power supply of the machine requires a properly
grounded power connection with:
• Grounding plug
230 V ± 10 %, 50/60 Hz
• Fusing
16 A
approx 210 kg
NOTE - Peak voltages!
C.2.2 Interior climate
Climatic requirements for the operating room:
The machine must only be stored or operated in closed
operating rooms.
• Room temperature
+10 °C to +45 °C
• Relative humidity
80 % max.
C.2.3 Floor space required
For operation during production and for service works, the
machine must be freely accessible from all sides. On all
sides, there must be a minimum clearance of 1 m.
Machine dimensions:
• LxWxH
The correct function of the machine requires that the
power system supplies a constant current. Peak voltages may particularly impair the stability of the program control.
Compressed air supply:
The on-site compressed air supply system must meet the
following requirements:
• Operating pressure
6 bar
• Compressed air quality
oil-free
• Compressed air consumption
4.16 NL
Vacuum source:
The on-site vacuum source must meet the following requirements:
• Displacement (minimum)
130 m³/h
1700 x 1200 x 1600 mm
NOTE - Electromagnetic interference!
The machine must not be installed in the immediate
vicinity of devices or electrical components (e.g. transformers) generating a strong magnetic field as otherwise the correct function of the program control may
be impaired.
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C.3
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Start-up
C.3.1 Machine table alignment
Fig. 1/2
After the machine has been installed at the desired location, the machine table must be aligned:
• Set machine table to required height.
• Align machine table horizontally on all sides.
Fig. 1
Setting table height:
1. Fig. 1: Lift machine: Connect lifting device at lift points
(arrows) below the crossmembers. If the machine is
equipped with optional transport rollers, release brakes before lifting.
2. Fig. 2: Loosen lockscrews 2 on all guide rails.
3. Pull table legs 3 out to the desired length and retighten lockscrews 2.
4. Lower machine to floor.
Horizontal positioning of the machine table:
1. Place bubble level onto working plate.
2. Fig. 2: Loosen table leg lock nuts 1.
3. Align machine table horizontally on all sides by raising
or lowering table legs as required.
4. Retighten table leg lock nuts.
NOTE - Shipping braces!
Before the machine is connected to the power supply system, all shipping braces must be removed.
• Cut off cable ties.
• Remove labels.
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Start-up
Fig. 3/4
C.3.2 Compressed air / vacuum connections
Fig. 3: The compressed air connection is preinstalled on
the machine. It comprises the following components:
• Pressure reducer 3 with manometer 5 and water
separator 4,
• Pressure hose with push-in plug 1.
The pressure reducer is installed at the side mounting wall
of the worktable.
Fig. 3
Connecting the machine to the compressed air supply system:
1. Connect pressure hose plug to on-site terminal unit.
2. Open on-site compressed air supply.
3. Fig. 3: Set pressure reducer to a machine operating
pressure of 6 bar by rotating pressure reducer knob 1
and read value on manometer 5:
• To increase pressure, rotate in clockwise direction.
• To reduce pressure, rotate in counter-clockwise direction.
Connecting the machine to the vacuum supply system:
Fig. 4: If the machine is equipped with the optional vacuum
pump 3, no further installation is required. The vacuum
system is ready for operation.
If the machine is delivered without vacuum pump, the onsite vacuum source must be connected to the machine's
vacuum valve. The vacuum valve 5 is mounted below
the worktable.
NOTE - Required components!
The following components are required on the site:
• A vacuum hose 3 with an inner diameter of at least
1¼ '' or, as required, an adapter or reducing fitting
to accommodate the on-site vacuum hose on the
sleeve (outer diameter 1¼ '') of the machine's vacuum valve.
• A hose clamp with an inner diameter of at least
1¼ ''.
1. Fig. 4: Connect the on-site vacuum hose to the connection sleeve 4 of the vacuum valve 5.
2. Attach vacuum hose using the hose clamp.
3. Make sure that the vacuum hose 1 to the table plate has been attached correctly and securely.
4. Open on-site vacuum source.
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C.3
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Start-up
C.3.3 Connecting the machine to the power supply
The power cable and the power plug are preinstalled on
the machine. The footswitches for controlling the machine
operation and the bundle clamps are installed as well.
C.3.4 Safety check
Before the machine is released for operation, all safety devices must be checked for their correct operation.
CAUTION - Danger of injuries!
Connecting the machine to the power supply system:
1. Put footswitches for machine operation and for bundle
clamp onto desired locations on floor at front side of
machine.
2. Insert power plug into socket.
WARNING - Electric shock!
Contact with current-carrying components may cause
a lethal electric shock. Check plug and cable before
connecting machine to power supply system.
• Do not use damaged plugs, sockets or cables to
connect the machine to the power supply system!
• The machine is connected to a power source of 230
V ±10 % at 50/60 Hz.
• Before connecting the machine to the power supply
system, check to see if the ratings of the power
supply system in the operating room correspond
with the ratings on the nameplate at the rear of the
machine.
• If the ratings for voltage (V) and maximum current
(A) do not match, the machine must not be connected.
• Insert the grounding plug into a properly grounded
and fused power socket.
• Make sure that the power supply cable is not subject to tensile or pressure forces.
• Route the power supply cable in a way that ensures
free access to and around the machine.
The safety devices protect the operating and service
personnel while working on or with the machine.
If the safety devices are fully or partially inoperative,
the machine must not be started up.
Perform safety check:
1. Check to see if the cover above the clamp transport
unit is correctly and safely installed.
2. Check to see if the finger protection at the sewing head
covers the needle effectively.
3. Make sure that the guide laser is not directed into the
view area of the machine operator.
4. The main switch also serves as an emergency off
switch. To check the function of this switch, turn the machine on, start a machine cycle and turn the machine
off during the tucking process using the main switch.
All operational movements of the clamp and of the sewing head must stop, and the program control must
switch off.
5. Check the function of the program stop key. Start a machine cycle and press the switch. All operational movements of the clamp and of the sewing head must
stop.
6. Unlock the program stop switch. The program control
starts a reset, and the clamp must return to its start
position.
The machine is ready for operation.
NOTE - Works to the electrical system!
Works to the electrical system of the machine must
only be carried out by qualified and authorized expert
personnel. Tampering with the machine without authorization makes the warranty void.
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Operation and shut-down
C.4.2 Machine shut-down
C.4.1 Working with the machine
Factory setting
The program control of the machine is programmed at the
factory with a sewing program with three different seams.
Factory settings
The machine comes with a factory-installed standard program M 01 with three seams (01, 02, 03):
• Seam 01: Clipping and crimping over of the left slash
selvage with subsequent sewing of the slash selvage
to the left trousers component.
• Seam 02: Sewing the slash selvage to the right trousers component.
• Seam 03: Test seam that is restricted to two functions:
• Clamp movement from the insertion station to the
sewing head,
• Starting/ending the complete sewing process.
The test seam is used for checking the clamp transport and the sewing process when the machine is set
up.
When the machine is to be shut down, it must be disconnected from all supply sources.
Disconnecting the machine from the power supply
system:
1. Turn machine off using main switch. Move switch to
position 0.
2. Remove power plug from socket and protect it from
accidental reconnection.
Disconnecting the machine from the compressed air
supply system:
1. Shut off on-site compressed air.
2. Remove compressed air hose plug from terminal unit.
NOTE - Dust-proof protection!
If the machine is to be shut down for an extended period of time, it should be covered with a plastic tarpaulin.
The standard program M 02 works with the two seams (11
and 12).
• Seam 11: Controls the procedure for sewing the side
pocket to the right trousers component.
• Seam 12: Controls the procedure for sewing the side
pocket to the left trousers component.
The standard program M 03 works with the two seams (19
and 20).
• Seam 19: Controls the procedure for sewing the
right slash selvage to the right trousers component at ladies' trousers.
• Seam 20: Controls the procedure for sewing the
left slash selvage to the lefttrousers component at
ladies' trousers.
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Maintenance
WARNING - Electric shock!
C.5.2 Cleaning
Contact with current-carrying components may cause
a lethal electric shock.
As moving parts of the machine may catch and wind
up loose clothing if the machine is put in motion accidentally, make sure to stay away from the operating
range of the machine to avoid injuries.
Prior to any service, cleaning or maintenance works,
disconnect the machine from the power supply system!
• Turn the machine off using the main switch.
• Remove power plug from socket and protect it from
accidental reconnection.
• If the power supply is not required for repair or setup work, the machine must be disconnected from
the power supply system.
C.5.1 Inspection
The machine must be cleaned after large production series, or at least once a day, whichever occurs first.
Cleaning the machine surfaces:
1. Disconnect machine from power supply system.
2. Remove fabric residues.
3. Using compressed air, blow off dust and thread residues at the sewing head, at the working plate, at the
clamp and at the linear rail.
4. Wipe machine parts dry using a dry, clean cloth.
NOTE - Plastic surfaces!
Some parts of the machine surfaces are made of plastic materials. Solvents may dissolve plastics and make
them unusable.
Do not clean the machine surfaces (particularly the
operating panel) with cleaning agents that contain
solvent.
The machine must be inspected annually.
The inspection comprises particularly the following items:
• safety devices of the machine,
• operativeness of the program control,
• correct function of inputs and outputs.
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Maintenance
C.5.3 Service
Fig. 5
The following service works must be carried out in weekly
intervals.
Oiling the clamp rail:
1. Disconnect machine from power supply.
2. Wipe clamp rails clean using a soft, oil-saturated cloth.
The scope of delivery comprises 0.25 l of oil. When this
oil is used up, you can order the special machine oil
for service from the manufacturer or supplier of the machine.
Emptying the water separator:
1. Disconnect machine from power supply.
2. Fig. 5: Drain water at pressure reducer water separator
into suited container. Press button 1 at pressure reducer collector and keep de pressed until water has
been drained completely.
NOTE - Sewing head!
For information about service of the sewing head,
please refer to the working instructions of the sewing
head.
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Fig. 5
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
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Maintenance
C.5.4 Repairs
Fig. 6
Any repairs to the machine must only be carried out by:
• authorized Technical Service,
• personnel that has been instructed about the setting
up and maintenance of the machine on the occasion
of a training by the supplier or manufacturer.
Use only original spare parts for installing or replacing
machine components.
Manufacturer and supplier will not be held responsible for
spare parts from third parties.
NOTE - Programming instructions!
Repairs require that machine components carry out
their individual movements and that the machine
movements are tested. These functions are controlled
on level 1 of the service menu.
For the necessary instructions, please refer to the
programming instructions section D.
Operating panel replacement:
1. Disconnect machine from power supply.
2. Fig. 6: Remove two lock screws 4 and disconnect
interface connector 5.
4. Remove operating panel 1, install new panel and
secure using screws.
5. Copy sewing programs: Insert memory stick 3 into
socket 2 (see Section D, Programming Instructions).
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Fig. 7/8
C.5.4 Repairs
Clamp transport belt replacement:
1. Disconnect machine from power supply system.
2. Slide clamp to left until it reaches stop position.
3. Fig. 7: Remove retaining screws 3 from drive roller
cover 2 and remove cover.
4. Remove two retaining screws from slide roller cover
8 and remove cover 9.
5. Loosen two belt lock screws 4 and release belt tension 7.
6. Loosen lock nuts 6 of set screws 5 and rotate two
set screws backward.
7. Fig. 8: Remove two connecting screws 1 from main
clamp pedestal. Remove belt.
8. Fig. 7: Install new belt to drive roller 1 and to guide
roller a.
9. Fig. 8: The ends of the belt 3 are fitted with holes.
Position the two ends of the belt with the belt clamp 2
exactly over the holes on the pedestal 4 and secure them using screws.
10.Fig. 7: Tension belt by tightening two set screws 5
until the belt can be depressed approx 10 mm with distinct counterpressure at the middle of the transport rail.
Tighten lock nuts 6 and lock screws 4.
11.Install the two covers 2 and 9
Fig. 8
.
Fig. 7
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Maintenance
Fig. 9/10
C.5.4 Repairs
Clamp rail replacement:
The clamp rail must be replaced if the protective lining at
the bottom side of the rail is worn.
Clamp rail removal:
1. Fig. 9: Lift main clamp 1.
2. Loosen retaining screw 2.
3. Pull clamp rail 1 down and remove.
Clamp rail installation:
1. Insert clamp rail 1 into fixture and push up until it has
reached the stop. Make sure the clamp rail is positioned
evenly in the fixture.
2. Tighten retaining screw 2.
Cutter replacement:
The cutters are integral to a block together with the pressure cylinder. The cutter block for the left slash selvage
is attached with two fixing angles 1 and 2 and screws
to the pick-up plate bracket.
The two cutter blocks for the left and right trousers components are each attached with a fixing angle 3 and
screws to the bottom of the working plate.
Cutter block replacement:
1. Disconnect compressed air hoses (the hoses are
merely pushed onto the sleeve).
2. Fig. 10: Remove retaining screws 4.
3. Position new cutter block, secure using screws and
connect compressed air hoses.
4. Readjust cutter position as described in Section 5.5,
"Machine set-up".
Fig. 10
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Fig. 11/12
C.5.4 Instandsetzung
Assistance transport belt replacement:
1. Disconnect machine from power supply system.
2. Slide assistance transport to stop position.
3. Fig. 11: Remove retaining screws 1 of the cover 2
and remove cover.
4. Release belt tension, loosen the two belt lock screws
3 as well as set screw 4.
5. Remove the retaining screws 8 of the belt clamp 9.
Remove belt.
6. Install new belt to drive roller 7 and to guide roller 5.
7. The ends of the belt are fitted with holes. Position the
two ends of the belt with the belt clamp 9 exactly over
the holes on the holder and secure them using the
screws.
8. Tension belt by tightening the set screws 4 until the
belt can be depressed approx 10 mm with distinct
counterpressure at the middle of the transport rail.
Thighten the lock screws 3.
9. Install cover.
Fig. 12: Pin assignment step motor:
1 Plug connections
2 Step motor assistance transport
Fig. 12
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Maintenance
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 13
Assistance transport stamp pressure adjustment:
Fig. 13: Check to see if the stamps 4 exerts pressure
onto the sewing piece evenly along the entire length of the
transport section. Line up a piece of fabric to the insertion position and lower the stamps.
Check stamping pressure by trying to pull the sewing piece
out of the stamps at several locations along the transport
section. If the stamping pressure must be adjusted:
1. Adjust pressure at the pressure reducer 3 to 1 bar
(0,1 mpa).
2. Check parallel alignment of the stamps 4 to the slide
plate of the working plate. If the alignment of the stamps
must be adjusted:
3. Loosen the four retaining screws 1.
4. Adjust height position of the complete assistance transport 1.
5. Tighten retaining screws 1.
6. Recheck pressure with completely lowered stamps
along the entire length of the transport section.
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C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 14
Fig. 14
NOTE - Activating inputs/outputs!
To allow for testing machine movements or interval
operation, the individual stages of movement can be
activated with the inputs/outputs of the machine control unit (see Section D.4.3., Service menu level 1).
Usually, the setting up of the machine is controlled by
parameter values of the sewing programs (special parameters) and the parameter values of the machine control
unit (global parameters). The following mechanical modifications may be required additionally to ensure correct
seams with the set parameter values.
Guide laser adjustment:
The guide laser marks the line-up position of the left and
right trousers components parallel to folder and pick-up
plate. The position of the guide laser can be adjusted vertically and horizontally.
Adjusting the bracket height:
1. Fig. 14: Loosen retaining screw 4 at rear of worktable.
2. Position laser light bracket 3 in the desired height.
3. Tighten retaining screw 4.
Horizontal adjustment:
1. Loosen lock screw 1.
2. Rotate laser light 5 to desired position.
3. Tighten lock screw 1.
Vertical adjustment for rotating the laser light to the desired
position:
1. Loosen lock screw 2.
2. Rotate laser light angular bracket 6 to desired position.
3. Tighten lock screw 2.
NOTE - Seam width!
The seam width can be determined by the vertical alignment of the guide laser when sewing the slash
selvage.
If the alignment of the laser to the left is changed, the
seam narrows, if the alignment of the laser to the right
is changed, the seam becomes wider.
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Maintenance
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 15
Clamp rail clamping pressure adjustment:
After any works to the main clamp, the clamping pressure
and the alignment of the clamp rail to the needle must be
checked.
1. Check to see if the main clamp exerts pressure onto
the sewing piece evenly along the entire length of the
rail by lining up a piece of fabric to the insertion position and lowering the main clamp.
2. Check clamping pressure by trying to pull the sewing
piece out of the clamp at several locations along the
clamp rail.
3. Fig. 15: If the pressure force is uneven or insufficient,
remove clamp rail and change the position of the two
adjusting screws 1 at the inner side of the clamp rail.
If the adjusting screws are screwed in, the pressure of
the clamp rail onto the working plate increases as the
height H of the main clamp in the downward direction
changes.
4. Repeat adjustment and recheck with lowered main
clamp until clamping pressure is distributed evenly along the entire length of the clamp rail.
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Maintenance
Fig. 16/17
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Adjustment of the clamp slide disengagement position:
The disengagement position for the front and rear stop
point of the clamp slide is set at the pedestal.
Fig. 16: The front stop point 3 determines how far the
clamp slide will approach the needle of the sewing head,
the rear stop point 4 determines how far the clamp slide
will return to its start position.
Fig. 16
Front stop point adjustment:
1. Lower main clamp.
2. Depressurize the machine. Disconnect compressed air
supply hose from on-site compressed air supply system.
3. Move main clamp by hand below sewing head and lower needle using handwheel.
4. Fig. 16: Distance A between clamp rail 2 and needle
1 must be 1-1.5 mm.
5. Loosen lock nut 8 of stop screw 7 at pedestal and
rotate stop screw to the desired position.
6. Check distance A.
7. Tighten stop screw lock nut.
Rear stop point adjustment:
The rear stop point is adjusted correctly if the clear length
B of stop screw 6 measures exactly 10 mm.
1. Fig. 16: Loosen lock nut 5 of stop screw 6 and rotate stop screw to the desired position.
2. Check length B.
3. Tighten stop screw lock nut.
Adjustment of the clamp rail parallel orientation:
1. Check to see if the sewing head needle is positioned
exactly parallel to the clamp rail along the entire length
of the rail by moving the main clamp under the sewing
head and checking the distance between rail and needle at several locations.
2. Fig. 17: If distance is not identical at all locations, loosen
eight retaining screws 1 of clamp bracket and move
clamp rail to parallel position.
3. Tighten clamp bracket retaining screws and recheck
parallel orientation of clamp rail.
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Maintenance
Fig. 18
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Folder to clamp rail alignment:
The lowered folder must be absolutely parallel to and in
slight contact with the clamp rail along its entire length.
Fig. 18
Folder position adjustment:
1. Move main clamp to position using input/output control functions:
• Lower main clamp.
2. Move folder to position using input/output control functions:
• Rotate folder.
• Close folder clamp.
• Lower folder.
3. Fig. 18: Check parallel alignment of folder clamp 3
to clamp rail 4. To change the folder clamp alignment:
4. Loosen lock screw 1.
5. Rotate folder clamp bracket 2 to parallel position.
6. Tighten lock screw 1.
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Maintenance
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 19
The quick stitch width adjustment makes the presetting
of 4 different stitch widths possible.
Fig. 19: Turning the handwheel 1 the stitch width
between:
5 trousers components and
6 slash selvage oder prefactured pocket bag
can be presetted.
Fig. 19
Folder lower position adjustment:
1. Fig. 19: Adjust stop screw 4 at revolver 2 for setting
lower folder position. Loosen stop screw lock nut 3
at bracket and rotate stop screw 4 to the desired position.
2. Check distance between folder 8 and clamp rail 7.
NOTE - Check folder lower position!
When positioned correctly, the folder must lower to
the working surface with slight friction contact to the
left of the clamp slide.
3. Tighten stop screw lock nut.
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Maintenance
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 20
Folder to pick-up plate alignment:
To ensure that the folder can pick up the left slash selvage
evenly, the folder must lie evenly on the pick-up plate along
its entire length when it is lowered.
Fig. 20
Pick-up plate inclination adjustment:
1. Fig. 20: Fasten pick-up plate by rotating handwheel 4
completely to minus range.
2. Move folder 2 to pick-up plate 3 using input/output
control functions:
• Move folder to right.
• Lower folder.
3. Adjust pick-up plate inclination so that the folder lies
absolutely evenly on the pick-up plate by loosening the
two retaining screws 7 of the pick-up plate bracket
5 on the worktable underside and rotate the bracket
at the holder 6.
4. Tighten retaining screws.
5. Readjust folder rail 2. Slightly loosen retaining screws
1 and depress folder rail evenly onto pick-up plate.
6. Tighten retaining screws 1.
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C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 21
Folder bar to folder clamp alignment:
To ensure that the folder can crimp over the left slash selvage evenly, the folder clamp 1 must be positioned centrically above the folder bar 2.
Fig. 21
Folder bar adjustment:
1. Fig. 21: Fasten pick-up plate by rotating handwheel 3
completely to minus range.
Loosen retaining screw 4 of folder bar bracket at the
worktable underside and reposition bracket 5.
2. Tighten retaining screw.
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Maintenance
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 22
Right slash selvage stop alignment:
The position of the stop determines the line-up position
of the right slash selvage to the right trousers component.
Stop position adjustment:
Fig. 22: The end position of the stop is set using the adjusting screw 1.
1. Loosen locknut 2.
2. Rotate adjusting screw 1.
3. Tighten locknut.
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Fig. 22
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Maintenance
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 23
Cutter adjustment:
The depth of cut of the gusset is adjusted for all four cutters
using different settings.
• Fig 23: The depth of cut of the two cutters of the working plate for the gusset of the left and right trousers
components is changed by rotating the adjusting
wheel 1.
• The depth of cut of the gusset in the left slash selvage depends on the cutter block's mounting position. The
mounting angles 2 have slots. By repositioning the
cutter block in the slots, the cutter can be positioned
at an exact distance to the stop rail 4 of the pick-up
plate.
• The vertical position of the cutters is set by repositioning
the cutter block in the slots of the vertical angle arm
3. Note that the lowered cutters must be positioned
flush with the upper edge of the working plate or of the
pick-up plate.
NOTE - Cutting position alignment!
The two cutters for the gusset in the left slash selvage
and in the left trousers component must be aligned
to each other in a way that ensures that both cutting
positions are exactly flush.
Fig. 23
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Maintenance
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 24
Photocell light sensitivity setting:
The photocell 1 at the sewing head controls the beginning and the end of the sewing process, provided that this
function has been enabled as described in Section D.4.9.
The sensitivity of the photocell must be set in accordance with the sewing material used.
1. Fig. 24: Make sure that the light beam 2 of the photocell is not interrupted.
2. Unlock the keypad:
Keep the two buttons 5 and 6 (+ / -) depressed for
approx 5 seconds.
The green LED 8 illuminates momentarily to indicate
the unlocked state. The keypad remains unlocked for
4 minutes (red LED 7 flashes), then the light guide
controller is locked automatically.
3. Set sensitivity using buttons 5 and 6:
Press + to increase sensitivity.
Press - to reduce sensitivity.
4. Interrupt light beam 2 with the sewing material to be
used 3; if the yellow LED 9 fails to go off, reduce
sensitivity.
Fig. 24
NOTE - Red LED!
The red LED 7 must not illuminate in any switching
state. If the red LED illuminates, the light amplifier is
in a critical switching state. In this case, increase the
photocell sensitivity until the red LED goes off, then
set the sensitivity in accordance with the sewing
material used as described above.
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Maintenance
Fig. 25
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Fig. 25
Adjustment PCB stepper motor:
The PCB for controlling the stepper motor is installed in
the control box.
NOTE - Machine cycle!
To prevent moving machine parts from colliding with
each other or with other components when the machine is switched on again, move the machine manually into its start position before the PCB is replaced.
1. Depressurize the compressed air system of the machine. Disconnect the compressed air hose of the
machine from the on-site compressed air supply
system.
2. Slide main clamp into start position.
CAUTION - Damage to electrical components!
The PCB switches must not be tampered with while
voltage is applied to the machine.
Otherwise, related electrical components may be
damaged or become unusable!
Disconnect machine from power supply system and
protect it against accidental reconnection.
Adjusting switches on the PCB:
1. Fig. 25: Set step width:
• using DIP switches 1 and 2,
• micro step at hook switches 6 and 7.
2. Set current lowering using DIP switch 3.
3. DIP-switch 4 to ON
4. Set motor phase current, rotate switch 5 to F.
5. Switch on supply voltage. When the PCB is adjusted
correctly, the LED 8 (stand-by) is illuminated, the
stand-by relay is energized.
Micro step
Hook switch 6 open
Hook switch 7 closed
Signal = 0
Signal = 0
Hook switch 6 closed
Hook switch 6 open
Signal = 1
Signal = 1
200
2000
400
4000
500
5000
1000
100000
Signal 0 = deenergized, Signal 1 = energized
Rotary switch position
Phase current
F
5,50 A
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DIP switch 1
DIP switch 2
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
DIP switch 3
OFF
ON
Current lowering
ON
OFF
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Fig. 26
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Setting the thread cutter:
The three-digit value input (GP Par. 35) determines when
the thread cutter is activated.
The setting of the thread cutter must be checked during
machine operation and corrected as required.
Fig. 26
1. Rotate sewing head handwheel in direction of machine
rotation until needle reaches highest point (pinning position C).
Lock handwheel at position C by depressing pinning
pin of hole to left of handwheel.
2. Fig. 26: Install drive belt 1 so that the shaft feather
key 2 is flush with motor housing mark 3.
3. Unlock handwheel.
4. Call menu Global Parameters:
•
Press key
•
Press GP key
Insert the following values in Global Parameters:
35: Thread lever in position up
200 INC
36: Switch-on pos. for thread cutting
110 INC
•
Press thread cutter key
Start or stop machine run:
Store value and exit setting level:
•
•
Press key
Press W key
5. Start the thread cutting function:
•
Press W key
•
Press diagnostics key
•
Press sewing motor key
6. Check position C to see if shaft feather key 2 is flush
with motor housing mark 3.
If required, change values and test thread cutting function.
7. Start thread cutting and recheck positions.
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Fig. 27
C.5.5 Machine set-up
Checking the rest thread monitor:
The rest thread monitor is checked using a photocell. If
the messages on the display do not match the filling state
of the spool, the photocell sensitivity must be checked.
Fig. 27
1. Fig. 27: Fill bobbin to half its capacity so that filling state
indicators 2 of upper chamber 1 are covered.
2. Insert bobbin and sew until display shows: BOBBIN:
003 m.
Keep sewing until display shows: BOBBIN EMPTY
3. Remove spool, unwind rest thread and measure remaining length (should be 0.5 m).
Adjusting the photocell:
• If the thread on the spool is sewn off over the rest length
of 0.5 m without the message BOBBIN EMPTY being
displayed, the photocell sensitivity must be increased:
• Rotate potentiometer at photocell in clockwise direction.
• If the message BOBBIN EMPTY is displayed even
though the spool contains more than 0.5 m thread, the
photocell sensitivity must be reduced:
• Rotate potentiometer at photocell in counter-clockwise direction.
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Error 01:
„Sewing program empty“
Error 02 :
„Seam not enabled“
Error 04 :
„Clamp in wrong position“
Error 05 :
„I/O communication error“
Error 06 :
„Position not valid“
Error 07:
„No pulses from clamp
motor“
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Troubleshooting
Current sewing program empty; possibly
distances and routes have not been input or
the entire program was erased
Current sewing program not activated;
number appears black on white
Real value pulse from clamp motor does
not correspond with nominal value
Error transmitted between control unit and
I/O module
Clamp slide not positioned correctly
No position pulse from clamp motor. If the
clamp motor moved slightly, the pulses
could not be processed properly. If the
motor did not move, problem may be
caused by control unit or clamp motor
power unit
Error 08:
Limit switch ES04 switched during clamp
„Main clamp at the stopper“ movement even though clamp should have
been distant still
Error 09:
„Clamp can not leave the
switch“
Clamp slide moves to limit switch during
initialization but does not return (direction
not reversed)
Error 12:
„Safety photocell not
lighted“
No reflection for FZ 20 (safety)
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Insert program values manually, copy from
other program or retrieve from ROM
(parameter INIT)
Press <ENT> key to activate program
Reduce current for clamp motor to MAX
clamping pressure
Check connecting cable; if OK, replace
control unit and/or I/O module
Check sensor connection to clamp motor;
check connecting cable between adapter
board 9020020 and I/O module 9020013;
replace adapter board 9020020
Check connection to clamp motor; replace
clamp motor; replace adapter board
9020020; check condition of LEDs at power
board (Berger); if required, check Berger
motor; check connection to clamp motor
(plug); check connection between 9020020
and power unit (plug); replace adapter
board 9020020
Check distance counter using test program
(steps); if counter is faulty, replace clamp
motor or adapter board 9020020; if counter
is OK, check switch 04
Using test program ‘Clamp motor
actuation’, enter slow speed and reverse
direction using arrow keys; if motor does
not reverse direction, check: connection
between 9020020 and power unit (plug);
Berger power unit; if motor reverses
direction, check limit switch ES04
Replace reflective film; check photocell
(input)
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Error 13:
„Clamp position error“
Error 14:
„Insertion/sewing length
error“
Error 15:
„Switch for curve start“
Error 16:
„Folder not left“
Error 21:
„Folder not sideways“
Error 22:
„Clamp/curve wrong“
Error 29:
„No pulses from sewing
motor“
Error 30:
„Sewing motor too fast“
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Troubleshooting
Excessive difference between nominal
position (step motor default) and actual
position (pulse from incrimental sensor) of
clamp slide; clamp slide probably blocked
Sewing length exceeds maximum possible
sewing distance; excessive insertion
distance
ES12 (curve start slope) does not switch
or switches too late
ES08 (folder at left stop) does not switch or
switches too late
ES05 (clamp movement sideways) does
not switch or switches too late
Clamp does not correspond with curve
Remove blocked component; check clamp
slide for easy movement; check motor
pinion (may be loose on shaft); tension
transport belt
Program sewing distance / insertion
distance correctly
Check ES12 (input); check mechanical
components for easy movement
Check ES08 (input); check mechanical
components for easy movement
Check ES05 (input); check mechanical
components for easy movement
Clamp safety switch (ES15/16) not
identical with curve safety switch (ES13/14)
No pulse from sewing motor after sewing
Check sewing motor and synchronization;
process starts (sewing motor does not run) check connection between I/O module
9020013 and sewing motor; read both
upper LEDs at 9020013: left LED
illuminates briefly when needle up; right
LED shows synchronization pulses (512
pulses/rotation); if no LED illuminates when
handwheel is actuated, check sewing
motor power supply and replace sewing
motor, if required. If LEDs are OK and
motor does not run before error messages,
check connection between 9020020 and
sewing motor, replace 9020020 or sewing
motor, if required; if motor makes some
stitches before error message, check
connection between control unit and I/O
module, replace components as required
During thread cutting, sewing motor did not Replace sewing motor or synchronizer
reach cutting speed within error period
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C.6
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Troubleshooting
Error 32:
„Thread position does not
come“
Error 33:
„Sewing motor does not
stop“
Error 34:
„Needle not up“
Error 35:
„Thread breakage“
Error 37:
„Thread only rest“
Error 41:
„No parts“
Error 42:
„Photocell not lighted“
Error 43:
„Photocell lighted too early“
Error 45 ... 48:
“I/O DAC, ULN, 485, RES”
During thread cutting, sewing motor did not Input slower cutting speed and earlier
reach cutting position
cutting position; replace sewing motor or
synchronizer
After thread cutting, sewing motor does not Input slower cutting speed and earlier
stop within error period
cutting position; replace sewing motor or
synchronizer
Needle not in upper rest position; when the Check sewing motor and synchronizer;
check connection between 9020013 and
error message is issued, the control unit
attempts once more to move the needle to sewing motor; read condition of two upper
LEDs at 9020013: if no LED illuminates
the upper position
when handwheel is rotated, check sewing
motor power supply; replace sewing motor
if required; if LEDs are OK, check
connection between 9020020 and sewing
motor; replace 9020020 if required
Thread monitor detects thread breakage
The photocell at the spool case is
illuminated, spool empty
Photocell FZ21 remains illuminated during
insertion
Photocell FZ21 does not detect end of
seam
Photocell FZ21 detects intermittent
reflection during insertion
Internal hardware error during data
transmission to adapter board 9020020
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If spool is not empty, the photocell is
maladjusted (response too sensible); adjust
correctly
Adjust photocell sensibility; input test 21
Sewing distance too long; adjust photocell
sensibility; input test 21
Adjust photocell sensibility; input test 21
Replace 9020020
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
C.7
Specifications
Power supply
Supply voltage
Power supply connection
Power consumption
Fusing
Dimensions of the machine
Width x Depth x Height in mm
Table height
Adjustable height in mm
Weight
Overall weight
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230 V ±10 %, 50/60 Hz
(1, N, PE) AC
1.3 kW
16 A
1700 x 1200 x 1600
Compressed air
Operating pressure
Quality
Air consumption
Vacuum
Displacement (minimum)
790-1240
approx 210 kg
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6 bar
oil-free
12 NL
130 m³/h
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Section D
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Programming Instructions
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Section D
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Programming Instructions
Contents
D.1 Operating panel ................................................................................................................. 72
D.1.1 Display and key functions .............................................................................................. 72
D.2 Fundamentals of programming ....................................................................................... 73
D.2.1 Program control layout ................................................................................................... 73
D.2.2 Program level overview .................................................................................................. 75
D.3 Programming ..................................................................................................................... 76
D.3.1 System menu ................................................................................................................. 76
Entering the service code ....................................................................................... 76
Displaying total piece counter ................................................................................. 76
Eprom seam parameters ........................................................................................ 77
Setting the seam sequence .................................................................................... 77
Copying seam numbers .......................................................................................... 77
Erasing seams ........................................................................................................ 77
Entering seam names ............................................................................................. 78
Copying sewing programs to the memory stick ..................................................... 78
Loading sewing programs from the memory stick ................................................. 78
Copying variables to the memory stick ................................................................... 79
Loading variables from the memory stick ............................................................... 79
Running clamp motor in permanent test ................................................................ 79
Testing the thread cutter ......................................................................................... 79
D.3.2 Service menu start level ................................................................................................ 80
Requesting service menu level 1 ............................................................................ 80
Insertion distance length, photocell correction for beginning of seam ................... 80
Photocell correction for end of seam, seam length and fixed seam end point ...... 81
Drive assistance transport to service position ........................................................ 81
Manual actuation of the thread clamp .................................................................... 81
Manual testing of the cutters .................................................................................. 82
Resetting the insertion process .............................................................................. 82
D.3.3 Service menu level 1 ..................................................................................................... 83
Setting the seam sequence .................................................................................... 83
Resetting the day counter to zero ........................................................................... 83
Manual winding ....................................................................................................... 84
Selecting machine control inputs / outputs ............................................................. 84
D.3.4 List of inputs and outputs ............................................................................................... 85
D.3.5 Service menu level 1 ...................................................................................................... 86
D.3.6 Global parameters .......................................................................................................... 86
Requesting / exiting the global parameter menu .................................................... 86
D.3.7 List of global parameters ................................................................................................ 87
D.3.8 List of special parameters .............................................................................................. 89
Request / exit special parameter menu .................................................................. 89
D.3.9 Level 2 special parameters / Functions ......................................................................... 91
Enabling / disabling functions ................................................................................. 91
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Programming Instructions
D.3.10 Level 3 special parameters / Functions ....................................................................... 92
Switching photocell for beginning of seam on or off .............................................. 92
Switching photocell for end of seam on or off ........................................................ 92
Switching folder on or off ........................................................................................ 92
D.3.11 Level 4 special parameters / Functions ........................................................................ 93
Enabling or disabling vacuum ................................................................................. 93
Enabling or disabling cutters .................................................................................. 93
Sewing to fixed end-of-seam position .................................................................... 93
D.3.12 Level 5 special parameters / Functions ....................................................................... 94
Switching the top thread monitor on or off .............................................................. 94
Switching the bottom thread monitor on or off ....................................................... 94
Switching the rest thread monitor on or off ............................................................. 94
Switching clamp position behind end of seam on or off ......................................... 94
Moving clamp to waiting position ............................................................................ 94
Scissors pick-up plate (left pocket, right slash selvage for ladies' trousers) ......... 94
D.3.13 Level 2 special parameters / Lists ................................................................................ 95
Selecting start modes ............................................................................................. 95
Setting upper part parameters ................................................................................ 95
Setting stitch lengths and bar tacks ........................................................................ 96
Parameters for clamp transport .............................................................................. 96
Parameters for assistance transport ....................................................................... 96
D.4 Factory settings ................................................................................................................. 97
D.4.1 Factory settings global parameters ................................................................................ 97
M 01 Global parameters ......................................................................................... 97
D.4.2 Factory settings special parameters .............................................................................. 98
M 01 Special parameters seam 01 ......................................................................... 98
M 01 Special parameters seam 02 ......................................................................... 99
M 02 Special parameters seam 11 ....................................................................... 100
M 02 Special parameters seam 12 ....................................................................... 101
M 03 Special parameters seam 19 ....................................................................... 102
M 03 Special parameters seam 20 ....................................................................... 103
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D.1
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Operating panel
D.1.1 Display and key functions
Fig. 1
1 Display
During machine operation, the display shows the
values of the selected sewing program. If menus
are activated, the menu symbols or the corresponding parameters of the function are displayed.
Fig. 1
2 Numeric keypad
All variable number values are entered using the
numeric keypad.
The desired sewing programs are requested using
the M key. The P key is used to request submenus, to confirm input and to exit the programming
mode.
3 Slot for memory stick
The memory stick is the storage medium for bakkup copies of all program control data. Programs
can be copied to and stored on the memory stick
and loaded into the machine control unit if required.
4 All arrow keys
Pressing the UP or DOWN arrow key will move
the cursor one line up or down in the selected
menu.
Pressing the LEFT or RIGHT arrow key will either
mark the desired parameter or, if the parameter
list comprises several pages, browse forward or
backward.
5 Symbol bar
The symbol bar indicates the menus that can be
requested using function keys 6 directly from the
start level.
For all other menus, the corresponding symbols
are shown on the operating panel display.
6 Program stop key
If the key is pressed during machine operation, all
machine movements and the sewing process are
stopped.
7 Function keys
The function keys are used to request the menus
on the selected level for setting or changing machine functions.
Two function keys have an identical function in all
selectable menus.
To move to the previous level or to the start level
and to move to the next level:
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%
+
Press or key
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D.2
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Fundamentals of programming
D.2.1 Program control layout
The program control is controlled using four different kinds
of menus:
1. System menu,
2. Service menu,
3. Global parameter menu,
4. Special parameter menu.
System menu
The system menu is used to perform all settings for the
program control operating system and for managing the
sewing programs:
• Copying factory settings to the program control unit,
• Saving programmed sewing programs to the memory stick,
• Copying and renaming sewing programs,
• Copying sewing programs from the memory stick to the
program control unit.
Service menu
The service menu is used to directly request service functions. These functions support machine set-up or other
works required during machine operation, e.g. resetting
the day counter or winding the bottom thread.
Global parameter menu
This menu is used exclusively for setting the global parameters, i.e. parameters that control the basic functions
of the machine. Changing global parameters will result in
changes of seams of all stored sewing programs (e.g. time
for blowing off a finished sewing piece using compressed
air).
Special parameter menu
Special parameters are settings that refer only to one particular seam of a sewing program. Changing a special parameter will affect only the currently selected seam for
which a setting is made (e.g. stitch length of a seam).
The special parameter menu consists of several submenus.
Special parameters can be functions that are enabled or
disabled as required or parameter values that are set in
lists.
Sewing program
A sewing program controls the entire machine operation
during production:
• transport of the sewing piece to the sewing head,
• tucking of a seam and
• ejection of the sewing piece.
A sewing program is determined by two different kinds of
values:
• global parameters,
• special parameters.
Sewing programs can be copied or renamed.
Seam number
Each sewing program can be executed with up to six
seams of different stitch widths. The seams are assigned
to the sewing program by seam numbers (01, 02, 03, 04,
05, 06).
The numeric string of the two-digit seam number is freely selectable.
Combination sewing program with seam
A sewing prgram can be combined with one seam, with
several seams or with all six seams.
If a sewing program with several seam numbers is requested, the seams are effected in the sequence of the seam
numbers from left to right.
The sequence of the seam number is freely selectable.
Memory
Sewing programs are stored in the memory (M).
The program control memory can contain up to 50 sewing
programs (M 01 - M 50) with up to six seams (01, 02, 03,
04, 05, 06) each.
All sewing programs stored in the memory can be copied
to the memory stick (backup copies).
Creating sewing programs
Basically, it is possible to create entirely new sewing programs; however, it is easier to:
• copy a factory-programmed sewing program to an unused location in the memory and to modify this program,
• copy an already modified sewing program to an unused location in the memory and to adapt it further in
accordance with the intended purpose.
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D.2
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Fundamentals of programming
D.2.1 Program control layout
Factory setting
The program control of the machine is programmed at the
factory with a sewing program with three different seams.
Access to menus
The following menus are freely accessible:
• Service menu,
• Global parameter menu,
• Special parameter menu.
Except for three submenu pages, the entire system menu
is controlled by access privileges. These privileges protect the system menu from unauthorized access. Data
cannot be entered and the system menu cannot be modified unless the service code is entered. This code is
contained in the documentation delivered with the machine.
Menu level structure
Fig 2: The program control is divided into six menu levels
(start level and levels 1-5).
The system menu is requested from the start level. The
remaining operator prompting is achieved with plain text
in the submenus.
The service menus are requested directly from the start
level and from level 1.
The global parameter menu is requested from level 1,
the parameters pertaining to the menu are selected and
changed in a list.
The special parameter menu is requested from level 1
and edited in four other levels (levels 2-5) and in the pertaining parameter lists.
Factory settings
The machine comes with a factory-installed standard program M 01 with three seams (01, 02, 03) and M02 with
two seams (11, 12).
The seams of M01 differ in their control functions by sewing pocket edge and pocket bag:
• Seam 01: Clipping and crimping over of the left slash
selvage with subsequent sewing of the slash selvage
to the left trousers component.
• Seam 02: Sewing the slash selvage to the right trousers component.
• Seam 03: Test seam that is restricted to two functions:
• Clamp movement from the insertion station to the
sewing head,
• Starting/ending the complete sewing process.
The test seam is used for checking the clamp transport and the sewing process when the machine is set
up.
The standard program M 02 works with the two seams (11
and 12).
• Seam 11: Controls the procedure for sewing the side
pocket to the right trousers component.
• Seam 12: Controls the procedure for sewing the side
pocket to the left trousers component.
CAUTION - Damage to machine!
Some of the menu entries start machine units or a
machine cycle.
This may damage machine components if the machine
is not ready for operation.
Do not enter data unless the machine is ready for
operation.
The standard program M 03 works with the two seams (19
and 20).
• Seam 19: Controls the procedure for sewing the
right slash selvage to the right trousers component at ladies' trousers.
• Seam 20: Controls the procedure for sewing the
left slash selvage to the lefttrousers component at
ladies' trousers.
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Fundamentals of programming
D.2.2 Program level overview
Fig. 2
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D.3
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Programming
D.3.1 System menu
The system menu is divided into several submenus. The
submenus themselves are divided into access-protected
and open submenus. Access is protected by the service
code.
Open submenus
Open submenus are freely accessible from the start menu:
• Enter service code,
• Clamp motor step test
• Display total piece counter
Access-protected submenus
Access-protected submenus can only be opened after the
service code has been entered:
• Eprom seam parameters
• Copy seam numbers
• Erase seams
• Enter seam name
• Copy sewing program to memory stick
• Load sewing program from memory stick
• Copy variables (global parameters/special parameters)
to memory stick
• Load variables (global parameters/special parameters)
from memory stick
• Run clamp motor in permanent test
• Test thread cutter
NOTE - System menu control!
The submenus of the system menu are requested and
exited using the same keys. Exceptions from this rule
are indicated by plain text in the corresponding menu.
Request the system menu from the start level:
•
Press W key.
NOTE - Submenu levels!
All input for the system menus must be started from
the submenu level (1).
To change to the submenu level (1):
•
Press . key.
The submenus of the system menu can be requested
using either the arrow keys or the function keys.
NOTE - RESET!
As a rule, a RESET should be performed in the system menu after settings have been changed to reset
the machine to its start position.
•
Press key STOP twice
„ Entering the service code
Entering the service code allows access to the accessprotected submenus of the system menu.
•
Press W key
•
Press key (service code).
•
Enter service code numbers using the numeric keypad.
The code is: 50190
•
Press W key to confirm input.
Confirm input and exit the system menu:
•
Press W key.
„ Displaying total piece counter
With this counter, the total number of finished pieces can
be displayed. The counter cannot be reset.
•
Press W key.
•
Press key (additional programs).
•
Press key (piece counter).
The number of pieces : 0000000 is displayed.
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D.3
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Programming
D.3.1 System menu
D.3.1 System menu
„ Eprom seam parameters
This function allows to copy the factory-programmed fixed seams from the Eprom back to the sewing program.
•
Press W key.
•
Press key (init parameters).
•
„ Copying seam numbers
Use this function to copy the properties of a factory-programmed sewing program or of your self-configured sewing programs into an other sewing program. During the
copying process, all seams of a sewing program are transferred so that the existing properties of a sewing program
will be overwritten completely..
1. Request sewing program (destination) and mark desired seam number (source).
Press key (Eprom seam parameters).
•
•
Press key.
Enter seam number 01 using numeric keypad.
2. Enter two-digit seam number using numeric keypad.
„ Setting the seam sequence
The settings refer to the selected sewing program. The
sequence for sewing the seams can be set at will. When
the sequence is set, existing seam numbers are overwritten or new seam numbers are written.
•
Press key.
4
•
The display shows the marking of the sewing program and
the seam numbers.
01
02
03
04
Mark seam number to be changed using cursor:
20
•
01
02
03
Enter new seam number using numeric keypad:
01
04
•
Press key (init parameters).
•
Press key (copy seam number).
•
Enter two-digit seam number using numeric keypad.
03
„ Erasing seams
Request sewing program and mark seam number to be
erased using cursor (seam number is underlaid black).
•
Press . or Y key
•
Press W key.
•
Press key (init parameters).
•
Press key (erase seam).
•
Enter seam number using numeric keypad.
04
Press $ key.
20
Press W key.
The display shows *O.K. PLEASE WAIT* to indicate that
the copy process has been successfully completed.
Press key.
20
•
04
Confirm input and exit menu:
•
Press W key.
Confirm safety prompt, press $ key.
The display shows the new seam sequence.
20
01
04
03
04
NOTE - Deleting seam numbers!
If a seam number is deleted, it is removed from all sewing programs into which it had been inserted.
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Programming
D.3.1 System menu
„ Entering seam names:
A sewing program can be named using plain text.
„ Copying sewing programs to the memory stick
Programmed sewing programs can be copied to the
memory stick (back-up copies).
Request sewing program.
•
•
•
•
Insert memory stick into USB slot.
•
Press W key.
•
Press key (init parameters).
•
Pess Machine <--> Stick.
•
Press Active seam --> Memory stick.
•
Enter seam number using numeric keypad.
Press key (enter seam name).
Use the numeric keypad to enter numbers or text. To
enter letters, hold the required color-coded function key
depressed and press the corresponding color-coded
number key for the letter on the numeric keypad. To
enter blanks between text or number combinations,
press the LEFT or RIGHT arrow key.
Press 4 x key
Confirm input, exit menu:
•
•
Press key (init parameters).
Delete the letter:
•
Select sewing program.
Press W key.
Press W key.
„ Loading sewing programs from the memory stick
To reestablish or to change seams, sewing programs can
be loaded from the memory stick by overwriting an existing location or selecting an unused location.
•
Insert memory stick into USB slot.
•
Press W key.
•
Press key (init parameters).
•
Pess Machine <--> Stick.
•
Press key Stick --> Active seam.
•
Enter sewing program and seam number using numeric
keypad.
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Programming
D.3.1 System menu
D.3.1 System menu
„ Copying variables to the memory stick
All variables (global parameters/special parameters) can
be stored on the memory stick (backup copies).
•
Insert memory stick into USB slot.
•
Press W key.
•
•
•
„ Running clamp motor in permanent test
The clamp motor can be run permanently to check for
constant machine movement.
•
Press W key.
•
Press key (diagnostics).
•
Press key (clamp transport).
•
Press key (clamp motor permanent test).
Press key (init parameters).
Pess Machine <--> Stick.
Confirm safety prompt.
Press key Machine memory--> Stick.
Press $ key.
Confirm safety prompt.
•
The clamp motor runs permanently until it is stopped. To
stop the motor:
Press $ key.
•
„ Loading variables from the memory stick
All variables (global parameters/special parameters) can
be downloaded from the memory stick to the program control memory to reestablish the machine configuration.
•
Insert memory stick into USB slot.
•
Press W key.
•
•
•
Press key STOP.
„ Testing the thread cutter
By entering a three-digit value global parameter 35, you
can determine when the thread cutter is activated. The
input must be checked for a machine cycle and corrected
if required.
•
Press W key.
•
Press key (diagnostics).
•
Press key (sewing motor).
•
Press key (thread cutter).
•
Enter value using numeric keypad.
Press key (init parameters).
Pess Machine <--> Stick.
Press key Stick --> Machine memory.
Confirm safety prompt.
•
Press $ key.
Start or stop machine cycle.
NOTE - Current configuration!
•
If this function is used to download all variables from
the memory stick to the program control, all current
sewing programs will be overwritten.
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Programming
D.3.2 Service menu start level
The service functions of the service menu are requested
by direct access from the start level or from level 1. Service functions support the working process during machine
production.
Functions on the start level
The function keys on the start level are assigned to the
symbols below them. These symbols cannot be changed;
they are always visible.
Insertion distance length:
If the function "Photocell for beginning of seam" is disabled,
the beginning of the seam is controlled by a fixed insertion distance (see Section D.3.9). The insertion distance
is the distance that the main clamp moves toward the
sewing head before the sewing head starts sewing.
The setting refers to a correction of the insertion length
for the beginning of the seam. The higher the input value,
the longer the insertion distance.
Enter value:
•
Press key.
/ZP!
/
F1 Request service menu level 1
F2 Insertion distance length,
photocell correction for beginning of seam
F3 Change photocell correction for end of seam, seam
length and fixed seam end point
F5 Drive assistance transport to service position
F6 Actuate thread clamp manually
F7 Test cutters manually
F8 Reset insertion process
The cursor automatically marks the variable value.
To change this value gradually:
•
Press . or Y key.
Enter a completely new numeric value:
•
Enter numbers using numeric keypad.
Confirm input and exit menu:
„ Requesting service menu level 1:
Direct access to the functions of the service menu on the
level 1.
•
•
Press W key.
NOTE - Checking settings!
Press key.
The settings must be checked using a sewing piece; if required, they must be corrected.
„ Insertion distance length, photocell correction for
beginning of seam:
The settings control the beginning of the seam. They refer
to the currently selected seam and are in close relation
to the settings made using function F3 for the end of the
seam.
The menu offers two setting options:
• The photocell response delay for the beginning of
the seam,
• the setting of the insertion distance length at the
beginning of the seam
Photocell response delay:
To set the response delay of the photocell, the corresponding function "Photocell for beginning of seam" must be
enabled (see Section D.3.9). The higher the input value,
the later the sewing process starts.
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Programming
D.3.2 Service menu start level
„ Photocell correction for end of seam, seam length
and fixed seam end point:
The settings control the end of the seam. They refer to the
currently selected seam and are in close relation to the
settings made using function F2 for the beginning of the
seam.
The menu has two setting options:
• the photocell response delay for the end of the seam,
• the setting of the overall seam length.
„ Drive assistance transport to service position
To get sufficient space for works on the sewing head, the
assistance transport can be driven to the outer service
position.
•
Press key.
Z
Return to start position:
Photocell response delay:
To set the response delay of the photocell, the corresponding function "Photocell for end of seam" must be enabled (see Section D.3.9). The higher the input value, the
later the sewing process stops.
Seam length:
If the function "Photocell for end of seam" is disabled, the
end of the seam is controlled by a fixed seam length. For
this purpose, the function "Sewing to fixed seam end position" must be enabled (see Section D.3.10). The setting
therefore refers to the seam length to be fixed. The higher the input value, the longer the seam.
•
Press key.
Z
„ Manual actuation of the thread clamp:
After the top thread has been passed through the needle, the thread clamp is actuated manually to protect the
top thread from being pulled out of the needle when a machine cycle starts.
•
Press key.
•
Press key.
The cursor automatically marks the variable value.
To change this value gradually:
•
Press . or Y key.
Enter a completely new numeric value:
•
Enter numbers using numeric keypad.
Confirm input and exit menu:
•
Press W key.
NOTE - Checking settings!
The settings must be checked using a sewing piece;
if required, they must be corrected.
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Programming
D.3.2 Service menu start level
„ Manual testing of the cutters
Sharpness and function of the three cutters can be chekked individually. When the corresponding function key is
depressed, a cutting movement is performed.
6. Filling spool.
Insert thread and fill spool:
1. Request the cutter test menu.
•
P
•
O
Press key.
Acknowledge status messages on display:
Press key.
If the message SPOOL EMPTY is displayed, insert a full
spool and
The display shows the symbols of the selectable functions
on this level.
•
Press $ key.
If the message SPOOL: 004 M is displayed when a full
spool is inserted
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T
•
Press key.
2. Rear working plate cutter (left trousers component).
E
•
O
Press key.
•
3. Front working plate cutter (right trousers component).
F
•
NOTE - Rest thread monitor sensitivity
If the spool is empty and the display does not show
a status message, the photocell sensitivity must be
adjusted (see Section C, Service Instructions).
Press key.
4. Pick-up plate cutter (left slash selvage, right side pocket for ladies' trousers).
G
•
Press key.
5. Pick-up plate cutter (left side pocket, right slash selvage for ladies' trousers).
„ Resetting the insertion process:
This function depends on the mode of machine operation. It refers only to machine movements that can be performed before the automatic operation.
The machine movements will be reset to start position.
•
T
•
Press key.
Press key.
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Press key (several times if required).
!
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D.3.3 Service menu level 1
Functions on level 1
The function keys on the start level are assigned to the
symbols above them as shown on the display.
The settings of the global parameter menu (GP) and of
the special parameter menu (SP) which can also be requested from this level are described in separate sections.
Enter new seam number using numeric keypad:
01
01
04
03
04
Confirm input and exit menu:
•
Press W key.
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The display shows the new seam sequence.
01
F1
F2
F3
F4
F6
F7
F8
Back to start level
Request global parameter menu
Request special parameter menu
Set seam sequence
Reset day counter to zero
Manual winding
Select machine control inputs / outputs
Press key.
03
04
•
Mark seam number using cursor, then delete:
•
Press key.
•
Press W key.
NOTE - Seam sequences!
Just as the seam sequence can be selected at will, a
seam can be written into a sewing program once or
several times. A sewing program may consist of up
to six seams.
„ Resetting the day counter to zero:
This function is used to reset the day counter for a production cycle to zero.
4
•
04
Erase seam number:
„ Setting the seam sequence:
The settings refer to the selected sewing program. The
sequence for sewing the seams can be set at will. When
the sequence is set, existing seam numbers are overwritten or new seam numbers are written.
•
01
Press key.
The display shows the marking of the sewing program and
the seam numbers.
01
01
02
03
01
02
03
04
Press key.
(
04
Mark seam number to be changed using cursor:
01
•
•
Press key.
The display counter is now reset to zero.
Display: PART: 0000
Open overwrite function:
•
Press key, seam number will be deleted.
•
Press $ key.
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D.3.3 Service menu level 1
„ Manual winding:
This function is used to wind thread from the thread spool
to the top thread spool. To start the function:
•
Select output:
•
Press key.
Press key.
5
>
•
•
Press key.
Press key.
Select number line:
•
To exit, press any key.
•
Press " or # key.
NOTE - Remove top thread!
The top thread must be removed up to the thread lever
to protect the top thread and the bottom thread from being
entangled.
Mark output number by moving the corresponding function number using the cursor. The cursor now has the
shape of an arrow.
•
„ Selecting machine control inputs / outputs:
This menu is used for troubleshooting and for a manual
testing of machine operation settings.
The outputs (OUT) can be selected and tested separately.
The corresponding inputs (INP) are displayed for an active output. Additionally, the selected output can be switched intermittently.
Activated inputs/outputs are marked with highlighted numbers.
01
11
21
31
41
51
02
12
22
32
42
52
03
13
23
33
43
53
04
14
24
34
44
54
05
15
25
35
45
55
06
16
26
36
46
56
07
17
27
37
47
57
08
18
28
38
48
58
09
19
29
39
49
59
10
20
30
40
50
60
NOTE - Machine movements!
Press . or Y key.
Activate output:
•
Press $ key.
The function number is highlighted in black. The output
is active.
Deactivate output:
•
Press $ key.
Switch output to intermittent operation:
•
Mark function number using cursor.
•
Press $ key for approx 3 seconds.
The function number is highlighted in black and flashes.
The output is active intermittently.
If outputs are activated, the machine performs the corresponding functions. Before activating the outputs,
remove all unnecessary objects within the operating
range of the machine.
Switch off intermittent operation of output:
•
Press $ key.
The function number is highlighted in black again. The output is still active.
Deactivate output:
•
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Press $ key.
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D.3.4 List of inputs and outputs
Outputs
Valve
Y01
Y02
Output
number
01
Open / close clamp
02
Cylinder
number
01
Signal
output
X07 Pin02
Valve
type
5/2 way
Move clamp in / out sideways
02
X07 Pin03
5/2 way
Y03
03
Swing folder left / right
03
X11 Pin20
5/2 way
Y04
04
Rotate folder
04
X11 Pin21
5/2 way
Y05
05
Open / close folder clamp
05
X11 Pin22
5/2 way
Y10
10
Thread clamp forward / rearward
10
X07 Pin06
5/2 way
Y11
10
Blow thread in, synchronous with Y10
X07 Pin06
3/2 way
Y12
12
Right front trousers component cutter
12
X07 Pin11
5/2 way
Y13
13
Slash selvage cutter
13
X07 Pin16
5/2 way
Y14
14
Left front trousers component cutter
14
X07 Pin12
5/2 way
Y15
15
Vacuum on/off
15
X07 Pin01
5/2 way
Y16
16
Slash selvage clamp open / close
16
X07 Pin14
5/2 way
Y22
22
Stamp assistance transport
22
X11 Pin31
5/2 way
Y25
25
25
X07 Pin15
5/2 way
Y27
Y31
27
31
Swivel right slash selvage clamp in/out
Scissors side pocket
27
31
X11 Pin17
5/2 way
Thread cutter
X07 Pin05
3/2 way
Y34
34
Folder up
34
X11 Pin18
3/2 way
Y35
35
Folder down
34
X11 Pin19
3/2 way
Y36
36
Thread tension blower
36
X07 Pin04
3/2 way
Y46
46
Slash selvage trousers
46
X07 Pin13
3/2 way
Y47
47
Parts from trousers
47
X07 Pin07
3/2 way
Make
Signal
input
X09 Pin01
Inputs
Switch
S01
Input
number
01
Start switch
Switch type
Footswitch
S02
02
Footswitch slash selvage clamp
Footswitch
Make
X09 Pin02
S04
04
Clamp reference point
Initiator NPN
Break
X09 Pin04
S07
07
Folder at right stop
Initiator NPN
Make
X09 Pin07
S08
08
Folder at left stop
Initiator NPN
Make
X09 Pin08
S09
09
Assistance transport basing point
Initiator NPN
Make
X09 Pin09
S21
21
Photocell beginning / end of seam
Photocell NPN
S23
23
Top thread monitor
Touch probe
assignment
plug X2
S24
24
Bottom thread monitor (chain stitch)
Touch probe
S25
25
Spool rest thread monitor (lock stitch)
assignment
plug X2
X13 Pin25
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Photocell NPN
X13 Pin21
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D.3.5 Service menu level 1
Terminal assignment for lock stitch (1-4):
S23 *Top thread monitor
Terminal assignment for chain stitch (5-8):
S24 *bottom thread monitor
Terminal assignment *plug X2:
yellow
1
green
2
white
3
brown
4
D.3.6 Global parameters
Global parameters are values that control the basic functions of the machine. If global parameters are changed,
this change affects all stored sewing programs.
The minimum and maximum input values are limited by
the program control unit. Values that are not within the limits
will not be accepted but reduced to the corresponding
minimum or maximum value
„ Requesting / exiting the global parameter menu:
Change from service menu start level to level 1:
•
Press key.
&
•
Press key.
Browse through list:
•
Press . or Y key.
Move to line in list:
•
Press " or # key.
Change parameters:
•
Press $ key.
•
Insert new value using numeric keypad or
•
Press . or Y key.
Confirm input:
•
Press $ key.
Exit menu and save changed parameter:
•
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Press W key.
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Programming
D.3.7 List of global parameters
No.
Programmable global parameters (F2)
01
TILL CLAMP SIDEWAYS FWD:
Scan and part pickup after clamp movement forward / time interval
02
TILL CLAMP DOWN ......:
Lower clamp after clamp movement forward for part pickup / time interval
03
TILL VACUUM OFF ......:
Switch vacuum off after clamp down / time interval
04
THRD LENGTH,BOBBIN FULL
Length of thread of filled bobbin
05
TILL CLAMP INSERTING:
Clamp insertion delay / time delay
06
SEWING END ->CL.SIDEW.:
Clamp movement sideways rearward after sewing is completed / time interval
07
TIME AFTER CLAMP OPEN :
Clamp movement right to programmed position after clamp up / time interval
10
TILL FOLDING CL. CLOSED:
After folder right and down, time until folding clamp closes / time interval
11
TILL FOLDER LIFT UP...:
After folding clamp closes, time until folder up / time interval
12
TILL FOLDER SWINGS LEFT:
After folder up, time until folder swings left and rotates / time interval
13
IMPULS FOLDER DOWN ...:
Pulse duration folder down, time until folder is switched airless during pick-up / time delay
14
CL.OPEN TILL FOLDER UP:
After folding clamp opens, time until folder up / time interval
17
TILL TENSION OPEN ....:
After end of seam, time until tension blower on / time interval
18
DURATION OF TENS. OPEN:
ON duration for tension blower
19
TILL THREAD CLAMP FORW.:
After clamp up, time until thread clamp forward / time interval
20
DUR.THREAD CLAMP FORW.:
Duration of blowing and thread clamp forward
21
TILL STACKER TRANSPORT:
After sewing drive stops and transport stamp down, time until stacker transport moves backward to ES8 / time
interval
22
DUR.SLIDING TABLE OPEN:
Duration for sliding table open / time delay
23
LIFT.TABLE MOD 00/01-99:
Lower lift table, defaults:
Input 00: Lower lift table using photocell control
Input 01-99: Lift table is lowered after corresponding number of pieces
24
DUR.LIFTING TABLE SINKS:
Lower lift table / duration
25
TILL FABRIC CLAMP FORW.:
After footswitch is released, time until pocket bag clamp closes / time interval
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D.3.7 List of global parameters
No.
Programmable global parameters (F2)
26
TILL SCISSORS CLOSED:
Time until scissors close / time interval
27
DURATION SCISSORS CUTS:
Cutting action of scissors / duration
28
TILL FABRIC CLAMP OPEN:
After cutting action, time until clamps opens / time interval
29
TILL SWING RETAINER DWN:
Lower swing retainer after seem has been sewn
30
TILL RETAINER SWINGS:
Swing retainer after retainer has been lowered
31
DUR. OF PULLING RETAINER:
Time during which the retainer pulls
32
BLOW OUT THE PART ....:
Blow off sewing piece / duration
33
CLAMP MOVES TO STACKER:
Time until moving begins / time interval
34
STACKER STAMP OPEN:
Distance how long the stamps will transport the sewing piece / traverse part
35
THREAD CATCH. "UP" POS:
Thread lever in top position / duration
36
SWITCH ON POS.OF TRIMM.:
Switch-on position for thread cutting: Input value 01-255
37
TRIMMING SPEED ......:
Speed during thread cutting
38
DURATION OF TRIMMING:
ON duration for thread cutting
39
THREAD CATCH.TURNS BACK:
Thread lever reversing angle
40
PROCESS IN STEPS .....:
Gradual operation
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D.3.8 List of special parameters
Special parameters are values that refer to only one
specific sewing program. Changes of these values affect
only the currently selected sewing program for which the
setting is made.
Special parameters are edited in four different levels (level
2 to level 5).
Special parameters can be functions that may be enabled or disabled or parameter values that are set in lists.
„ Request / exit special parameter menu:
Change from service menu start level to level 1:
•
Press key.
'
•
Press key.
Exit menu:
•
No.
Press W key.
Programmable special parameters in lists (F3)
01
CLAMP POSITION RIGHT:
Clamp position right during piece transfer
02
FOLDER SWING RELEASE:
Swing folder
Input of distance (in mm) after which folder swings right after beginning of insertion,
Default 120 mm
03
INSERT SPEED .........:
Clamp insertion speed
04
CLAMP SPEED ..........:
Clamp transport speed
05
WAITING POSITION
Waiting position of clamp behind the end of seam
06
SEWING SPEED 1 .......:
Sewing speed 1 beginning of seam
07
SEWING SPEED 2 .......:
Sewing speed 2 main seam
08
SEWING SPEED 3 .......:
Sewing speed 3 end of seam
09
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 1:
Distance for slow sewing (sewing speed 1)
10
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 3:
Distance for slow sewing at end of seam (sewing speed 3)
12
THREAD MONITOR ON AFTER:
Top thread monitor on (distance in mm after beginning of seam)
13
TOP THREAD MON. FILTER:
Filter for top thread monitor (response delay)
14
BOTTOM THREAD MON. FILTER:
Filter for bottom thread monitor (response delay)
16
TACKING LENGTH SEAM BEG:
Initial bar tack length only for lock stitch
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D.3.8 List of special parameters
No.
17
18
Programmable special parameters in lists (F3)
TACKING LENGTH SEAM END:
Final bar tack length only for lock stitch
STITCH LENGTH SEAM BEG:
Stitch length at beginning of seam (input 5.0 mm max.)
19
DISTANCE OF THIS ST.LEN:
Distance of stitch length at beginning of seam
24
ST.LENGTH OF MAIN SEAM:
Stitch length for main seam (input 5.0 mm max.)
25
STITCH LENGTH SEAM END:
Stitch length at end of seam (input 5.0 mm max.)
26
DIST.OF THIS ST.LENGTH:
Distance of stitch length at end of seam
27
ST.LENGTH TRIMM.STITCH:
Stitch length of cutting stitch (input 5.0 mm max.)
28
CHOICE OF TRIMMING ST.:
Cutting stitch
Input 00: Last stitch forward
Input 01: Last stitch rearward
30
START MODUS ..........:
Start mode preselection
31
LAMP/CURVE CODE:
On: 01
Off: 00
32
BLOWING MODUS ........:
Blowing, mode
Input 00: Alle nozzles off
Input 01: Nozzle for blowing off sewing pieces switched on
33
34
PUSH RETAINER MODUS:
On: 01
Off: 00
SWING RETAINER MODUS:
On: 01
Off: 00
37
ADDITIONAL TRANSPORT SECTION:
section of additional transport traverse path
38
ADDITIONAL TRANSPORT SYNCHRONIZING:
ratio of speed to main clamp
adjustment range: 75% to 125% (synchronious at 120%)
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D.3.9 Level 2 special parameters / Functions
Fig. 3/4
Functions of level 2 submenus
The following section describes the special parameters that
can be enabled or disabled as functions.
Fig. 3
%*0=1?
F1
F2
Back to start level
Enable / disable functions
„ Enabling / disabling functions:
Functions can be enabled or disabled for a selected sewing program. This process covers three levels (3, 4 and
5). The changes made are reflected on the display:
Fig. 3: Enabled functions are displayed as symbols 1
and 2.
Fig. 4: Disabled functions are removed from the sewing
pictograph 1 and from the inner section 2 of the display.
Start menu:
*
•
Press key.
Level 3 is displayed.
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D.3.10 Level 3 special parameters / Functions
„ Switching folder on or off:
The folder puts the pocket edge onto the pocket bag. If
this function is disabled, the pocket edge must be put onto
the pocket bag manually.
Level 3 submenus
%<;D238+
D
F1
F2
F3
F4
F8
Back to start level
Switch photocell for beginning of seam on or off
Switch photocell for end of seam on or off
Switch folder on or off
Request next level (level 4)
•
„ Switching photocell for beginning of seam on or
off:
If the photocell that scans the start position of the seam
is switched off, the machine control requires a fixed insertion distance for machine operation. Therefore, switching
off the photocell results in a switch-over to a fixed insertion length (see Fig. 4). This function is directly related to
the photocell correction functions of the service menu.
<
•
Press key.
The alternating request of this function switches between
two modes:
Photocell for beginning of seam and fixed insertion distance.
„ Switching photocell for end of seam on or off:
If the photocell that scans the end position of the seam
is switched off, the machine control requires a fixed point
for the end of the seam to ensure correct machine operation. Therefore, switching off the photocell results in a
switch-over to a fixed end of seam point. This function is
directly related to the photocell correction functions of the
service menu.
;
•
Press key.
The alternating request of this function switches between
two modes:
Photocell for end of seam and fixed end of seam point or
fixed seam length.
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Press key.
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D.3.11 Level 4 special parameters / Functions
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„ Enabling or disabling cutters:
Sewing programs have been programmed at the factory
with an individual cutter cut. For specific seams, this function can be enabled or disabled separately:
1. Working plate cutter (left trousers component).
Level 4 submenus
F1
F2
F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
Back to level 3
Enable/disable vacuum
Enable/disable working plate cutter (left trousers
component)
Enable/disable working plate cutter (right trousers
component)
Enable/disable pick-up plate front cutter (left slash
selvage)
Sewing to fixed end-of-seam position
Request next level (level 5)
E
•
Press key.
2. Working plate cutter (right trousers component).
F
•
Press key.
3. Pick-up plate cutter (left slash selvage, right side pocket, left slash selvage for ladies' trousers).
„ Enabling or disabling vacuum:
The vacuum is used as a fixing aid for the left or right trousers component before the clamp transport transfer. It can
be disabled during the checking of machine movements.
To enable or disable this function:
•
Press key.
„ Sewing to fixed end-of-seam position:
If this function is enabled, a fixed position for the end of
the seam can be programmed for sewing the slash selvages:
X
•
G
Press key.
7
NOTE - Operation without vacuum!
During normal production operation, the vacuum
should always be enabled as otherwise failures in the
machine cycle may occur.
•
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Press key.
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D.3.12 Level 5 special parameters / Functions
„ Switching the rest thread monitor on or off:
Depending on the specifications of the sewing head, the
machine is equipped with a rest thread monitor (for lock
stitch upper part). Monitor can be switched on or off for
testing purposes. To switch a monitor on or offf:
Level 5 submenus
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9
F1 Back to level 4
F3 Switch top thread monitor on or off
F4 Switch bottom thread monitor for chain stitch upper
part on or off
F5 Switch rest thread monitor for lock stitch upper part
on or off
F6 Clamp position after end of seam
F7 Clamp waiting position
F8 Scissors pick-up plate left side pocket
„ Switching the top thread monitor on or off:
For testing purposes, the top thread monitor can be switched off. To switch the top thread monitor on or off:
Q
•
Press key.
•
Press key
NOTE - Operation without thread monitor!
During normal production, the rest thread monitor or
the top thread monitor should always be switched on
as otherwise the sewing programm will not be stopped if the thread breaks
„ Switching clamp position behind end of seam on
or off:
If this function is enabled, the closed clamp moves to the
clamp transport end point behind the end of the seam before releasing the sewing piece. To enable or disable this
function:
6
NOTE - Operation without top thread monitor!
During normal production, the top thread monitor should
always be switched on as otherwise the sewing programm
will not be stopped if the thread breaks.
„ Switching the bottom thread monitor on or off:
Depending on the specifications of the sewing head, the
machine is equipped with a bottom thread monitor (for
chain stitch upper part). Monitor can be switched on or off
for testing purposes. To switch a monitor on or off:
R
•
•
Press key.
„
„Moving clamp to waiting position:
If this function is enabled, the clamp moves to the waiting
position (e. g. special parameter 05: 48 cm).
V
•
Press key.
„ Scissors pick-up plate (left side pocket, right slash
selvage for ladies' trousers):
Enable scissors:
Press key
T
NOTE - Operation without thread monitor!
•
During normal production, the rest thread monitor or
the top thread monitor should always be switched on
as otherwise the sewing programm will not be stopped if the thread breaks.
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Press key.
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D.3.13 Level 2 special parameters / Lists
Parameter setting for level 2 submenus
The following section describes the special parameters that
are set in lists. When a submenu is requested, only those positions of the parameter list are displayed that refer
to the machine function.
Confirm input:
Move to a line in the list:
Start mode
The selected start mode determines how the machine
operation is started and executed. Four modes are available:
• Mode 04
• Mode 05
• Mode 06
• Mode 07
The individual settings for machine operation are described
in Section B.3.10, Machine operation.
•
Press " or # key.
Special parameter menu
% 0=1?Z
F1
F3
F4
F5
F6
F7
Back to start level
Select start modes list
Open upper part parameters list
Open stitch lengths and bar tacks list
Open parameter list for clamp transport
Open assistance transport list
„ Selecting start modes:
Two modes can be set in this menu:
• Start mode,
• Blowing mode.
0
•
Press key.
•
Press W key.
Settable values:
Blowing mode
When this mode is selected, the sewing piece is smoothened after the sewing process before it is transported
to the stacker.
• 00, off
• 01, on, only parts blowing Y47
• 02, on, only slash selvage blowing Y46
• 03, on, eingeschaltet parts blowing Y47 and slash
selvage blowing Y46
„ Setting upper part parameters:
This list is used for setting all parameters for functions of
the sewing head.
The minimum and maximum values of input are limited
by the program control unit. Values that are not within the
limits will not be accepted but reduced to the corresponding minimum or maximum value.
=
Change parameters:
Press key.
•
Press $ key.
•
•
Insert new value using numeric keypad or
The parameter list is shown on the display.
•
Press . or Y key.
NOTE - Sewing speed!
Possible settings for the sewing speed refer to the following sewing ranges:
• Sewing speed 1 to the start distance,
• sewing speed 2 to the center distance,
• sewing speed 3 to the end of the seam.
The speed is set in increments of 100 rpm.
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D.3.13 Level 2 special parameters / Lists
„ Setting stitch lengths and bar tacks:
All settings for the configuration of the seam can be changed using this list.
The minimum and maximum values of input are limited
by the program control unit. Values that are not within the
limits will not be accepted but reduced to the corresponding minimum or maximum value.
1
•
Press key.
The parameter list is shown on the display.
„ Parameters for clamp transport:
This list is used to make all settings for the clamp movement.
„ Parameters for assistance transport:
This list is used to make all settings for the assistance
transport.
Z
•
The parameter list shown on the display, has the following
function:
37 Distance how long the assistance transport will transport the sewing piece synchronous with the main
clamp:
00 cm = switched off
38 Synchronization from assistance transport to main
clamp:
Settable range: 75 % - 125 %
6
•
Press key.
Press key.
The parameter list shown on the display has the following
function:
01 Clamp insertion as seen from right end of rail
02 Stop position 600 mm is a safety value. Only values
higher than 600 mm can be input
03 Settable range: 35 % - 80 %
04 Settable range: 35 % - 99 %
05 Range of the curve where no sewing is performed. If
value "0" is input here, the sewing process starts immediately.
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Factory settings
D.4.1 Factory settings global parameters
„ M 01 Global parameters
Pos.
01
Global parameters 2211-5
Value
Unit
TILL CLAMP SIDEWAYS FWD
0.3
sec
02
TILL CLAMP DOWN
0.1
sec
03
TILL VACUUM OFF
0.2
sec
04
Fadenlänge Spule voll
003
m
05
TILL CLAMP INSERTING
0.2
sec
06
SEWING END ->CL.SIDEW
0.1
sec
07
TIME AFTER CLAMP OPEN
0.1
sec
10
TILL FOLDING CL. CLOSED
0.5
sec
11
TILL FOLDER LIFT UP
0.2
sec
12
TILL FOLDER SWINGS LEFT
0.2
sec
13
IMPULS FOLDER DOWN
0.05
sec
14
CL.OPEN TILL FOLDER UP
0.20
sec
17
TILL TENSION OPEN
0.00
sec
18
DURATION OF TENS. OPEN
0.4
sec
19
TILL THREAD CLAMP FORW.
0.2
sec
20
DUR.THREAD CLAMP FORW.
0.5
sec
21
TILL STACKER TRANSPORT
0.0
sec
22
DUR.SLIDING TABLE OPEN
0.0
sec
23
LIFT.TABLE MOD 00/01-99
0.0
24
DUR.LIFTING TABLE SINKS
0.00
25
sec
TILL FABRIC CLAMP FORW
0.0
sec
26
TILL SCISSORS CLOSED
0.0
sec
27
DURATION SCISSORS CUTS
0.0
sec
28
TILL FABRIC CLAMP OPEN
0.0
sec
29
TILL SWING RETAINER DWN
0.0
sec
30
TILL RETAINER SWINGS
0.0
sec
31
DUR.OF PULLING RETAINER
0.0
sec
32
BLOW OUT THE PART
0.5
sec
33
CLAMP MOVES TO STACKER
0.0
sec
34
STACKER STAMP OPEN
0.0
cm
35
THREAD CATCH. "UP" POS
200
INC
36
SWITCH ON POS.OF TRIMM
100
INC
37
TRIMMING SPEED
180
Rpm
38
DURATION OF TRIMMING
0.35
sec
39
THREAD CATCH.TURNS BACK
00
INC
40
PROCESS IN STEPS
00
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Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
D.4
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Factory settings
D.4.2 Factory settings special parameters
„ M 01 Special parameters seam 01:
Pos.
01
SEAM 01 - LEFT ZIPPER FLY
Value
Unit
CLAMP POSITION RIGHT
030
mm
02
FOLDER SWING RELEASE
370
mm
03
INSERT SPEED
60
%
04
CLAMP SPEED
99
%
05
WAITING POSITION
43
cm
06
SEWING SPEED 1
1200
Rpm
07
SEWING SPEED 2
4200
Rpm
08
SEWING SPEED 3
1200
Rpm
09
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 1
10
mm
10
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 3
15
mm
12
THREAD MONITOR ON AFTER
05
mm
13
TOP THREAD MON. FILTER
20
mm
14
BOTTOM THREAD MON. FILTER
00
16
TACKING LENGTH SEAM BEG
08
mm
17
TACKING LENGTH SEAM END
00
mm
18
STITCH LENGTH SEAM BEG.
1.5
mm
19
DISTANCE OF THIS ST.LEN
08
mm
24
ST.LENGTH OF MAIN SEAM
3.0
mm
25
STITCH LENGTH SEAM END
1.5
mm
26
DIST.OF THIS ST.LENGTH
08
mm
27
mm
ST.LENGTH TRIMM.STITCH
1.5
28
CHOICE OF TRIMMING ST
00
30
START MODUS / INSERTING
05
31
LAMP/CURVE CODE
00
32
BLOWING MODUS
03
33
PUSH RETAINER MODUS
00
34
SWING RETAINER MODUS
00
37
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/ DISTANCE
45
cm
38
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/SYNCHRON.
120
%
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
D.4
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Factory settings
D.4.2 Factory settings special parameters
„ M 01 Special parameters seam 02:
Pos.
01
SEAM 02 - RIGHT ZIPPER FLY
Value
Unit
CLAMP POSITION RIGHT
030
mm
02
FOLDER SWING RELEASE
370
mm
03
INSERT SPEED
60
%
04
CLAMP SPEED
99
%
05
WAITING POSITION
43
cm
06
SEWING SPEED 1
1200
Rpm
07
SEWING SPEED 2
4200
Rpm
08
SEWING SPEED 3
1200
Rpm
09
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 1
10
mm
10
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 3
15
mm
12
THREAD MONITOR ON AFTER
05
mm
13
TOP THREAD MON. FILTER
20
mm
14
BOTTOM THREAD MON. FILTER
00
16
TACKING LENGTH SEAM BEG
00
mm
17
TACKING LENGTH SEAM END
08
mm
18
STITCH LENGTH SEAM BEG.
1.5
mm
19
DISTANCE OF THIS ST.LEN
08
mm
24
ST.LENGTH OF MAIN SEAM
3.0
mm
25
STITCH LENGTH SEAM END
1.5
mm
26
DIST.OF THIS ST.LENGTH
08
mm
27
mm
ST.LENGTH TRIMM.STITCH
1.5
28
CHOICE OF TRIMMING ST.
00
30
START MODUS / INSERTING
07
31
LAMP/CURVE CODE
00
32
BLOWING MODUS
01
33
PUSH RETAINER MODUS
00
34
SWING RETAINER MODUS
00
37
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/ DISTANCE
00
cm
38
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/SYNCHRON.
120
%
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Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
D.4
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Factory settings
D.4.2 Factory settings special parameters
„ M 02 Special parameters seam 11:
Pos.
01
SEAM 11 - RIGHT ONSEAM POCKET
Value
Unit
CLAMP POSITION RIGHT
030
mm
02
FOLDER SWING RELEASE
370
mm
03
INSERT SPEED
60
%
04
CLAMP SPEED
99
%
05
WAITING POSITION
43
cm
06
SEWING SPEED 1
1200
Rpm
07
SEWING SPEED 2
4200
Rpm
08
SEWING SPEED 3
1200
Rpm
09
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 1
10
mm
10
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 3
10
mm
12
THREAD MONITOR ON AFTER
05
mm
13
TOP THREAD MON. FILTER
20
mm
14
BOTTOM THREAD MON. FILTER
00
16
TACKING LENGTH SEAM BEG
10
mm
17
TACKING LENGTH SEAM END
00
mm
18
STITCH LENGTH SEAM BEG.
1.5
mm
19
DISTANCE OF THIS ST.LEN
08
mm
24
ST.LENGTH OF MAIN SEAM
3.0
mm
25
STITCH LENGTH SEAM END
1.5
mm
26
DIST.OF THIS ST.LENGTH
08
mm
27
mm
ST.LENGTH TRIMM.STITCH
1.5
28
CHOICE OF TRIMMING ST.
00
30
START MODUS / INSERTING
05
31
LAMP/CURVE CODE
00
32
BLOWING MODUS
03
33
PUSH RETAINER MODUS
00
34
SWING RETAINER MODUS
00
37
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/ DISTANCE
45
cm
38
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/SYNCHRON.
120
%
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
D.4
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Factory settings
D.4.2 Factory settings special parameters
„ M 02 Special parameters seam 12:
Pos.
01
SEAM 12 - LEFT ONSEAM POCKET
Value
Unit
CLAMP POSITION RIGHT
030
mm
02
FOLDER SWING RELEASE
370
mm
03
INSERT SPEED
60
%
04
CLAMP SPEED
99
%
05
WAITING POSITION
43
cm
06
SEWING SPEED 1
1200
Rpm
07
SEWING SPEED 2
4200
Rpm
08
SEWING SPEED 3
1200
Rpm
09
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 1
10
mm
10
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 3
10
mm
12
THREAD MONITOR ON AFTER
05
mm
13
TOP THREAD MON. FILTER
20
mm
14
BOTTOM THREAD MON. FILTER
00
16
TACKING LENGTH SEAM BEG
00
mm
17
TACKING LENGTH SEAM END
10
mm
18
STITCH LENGTH SEAM BEG.
1.5
mm
19
DISTANCE OF THIS ST.LEN
08
mm
24
ST.LENGTH OF MAIN SEAM
3.0
mm
25
STITCH LENGTH SEAM END
1.5
mm
26
DIST.OF THIS ST.LENGTH
08
mm
27
mm
ST.LENGTH TRIMM.STITCH
1.5
28
CHOICE OF TRIMMING ST.
00
30
START MODUS / INSERTING
05
31
LAMP/CURVE CODE
00
32
BLOWING MODUS
01
33
PUSH RETAINER MODUS
00
34
SWING RETAINER MODUS
00
37
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/ DISTANCE
00
cm
38
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/SYNCHRON.
120
%
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Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
D.4
Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
Factory settings
D.4.2 Factory settings special parameters
„ M 03 Special parameters seam 19:
Pos.
SEAM 19 - RIGHT ZIPPER FLY
LADY TROUSERS
Value
Unit
01
CLAMP POSITION RIGHT
030
mm
02
FOLDER SWING RELEASE
370
mm
03
INSERT SPEED
60
%
04
CLAMP SPEED
99
%
05
WAITING POSITION
43
cm
06
SEWING SPEED 1
1200
Rpm
07
SEWING SPEED 2
4200
Rpm
08
SEWING SPEED 3
1200
Rpm
09
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 1
10
mm
10
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 3
10
mm
12
THREAD MONITOR ON AFTER
05
mm
13
TOP THREAD MON. FILTER
20
mm
14
BOTTOM THREAD MON. FILTER
00
16
TACKING LENGTH SEAM BEG
00
mm
17
TACKING LENGTH SEAM END
10
mm
18
STITCH LENGTH SEAM BEG.
1.5
mm
19
DISTANCE OF THIS ST.LEN
08
mm
24
ST.LENGTH OF MAIN SEAM
3.0
mm
25
STITCH LENGTH SEAM END
1.5
mm
26
DIST.OF THIS ST.LENGTH
08
mm
27
ST.LENGTH TRIMM.STITCH
1.5
mm
28
CHOICE OF TRIMMING ST.
00
30
START MODUS / INSERTING
05
31
LAMP/CURVE CODE
00
32
BLOWING MODUS
01
33
PUSH RETAINER MODUS
00
34
SWING RETAINER MODUS
00
37
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/ DISTANCE
00
cm
38
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/SYNCHRON.
120
%
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Short Seam Automat 2211-5 Working Instructions
D.4
Beisler Automated Sewing Equipment
Factory settings
D.4.2 Factory settings special parameters
„ M 03 Special parameters seam 20:
Pos.
SEAM 20 - LEFT ZIPPER FLY
LADY TROUSERS
Value
Unit
01
CLAMP POSITION RIGHT
030
mm
02
FOLDER SWING RELEASE
370
mm
03
INSERT SPEED
60
%
04
CLAMP SPEED
99
%
05
WAITING POSITION
43
cm
06
SEWING SPEED 1
1200
Rpm
07
SEWING SPEED 2
4200
Rpm
08
SEWING SPEED 3
1200
Rpm
09
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 1
10
mm
10
DISTANCE SEWING SPEED 3
10
mm
12
THREAD MONITOR ON AFTER
05
mm
13
TOP THREAD MON. FILTER
20
mm
14
BOTTOM THREAD MON. FILTER
00
16
TACKING LENGTH SEAM BEG
00
mm
17
TACKING LENGTH SEAM END
10
mm
18
STITCH LENGTH SEAM BEG.
1.5
mm
19
DISTANCE OF THIS ST.LEN
08
mm
24
ST.LENGTH OF MAIN SEAM
3.0
mm
25
STITCH LENGTH SEAM END
1.5
mm
26
DIST.OF THIS ST.LENGTH
08
mm
27
ST.LENGTH TRIMM.STITCH
1.5
mm
28
CHOICE OF TRIMMING ST.
00
30
START MODUS / INSERTING
06
31
LAMP/CURVE CODE
00
32
BLOWING MODUS
01
33
PUSH RETAINER MODUS
00
34
SWING RETAINER MODUS
00
37
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/ DISTANCE
45
cm
38
ASSIST.TRANSPORT/SYNCHRON.
120
%
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