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Duerkopp Adler 1225/5 Operating instructions
1225/5
Single-head sewing unit for serging and
overlocking for trousers with knee lining
Operating Instructions
1
Installation Instructions
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Servic Instructions
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Frohn rad stra ße 10, D-63768 Hös bach
Telefon Ser vice +49 (0) 60 21/ 50 19 40 Ÿ Telefax +49 (0) 60 21/ 54 00 61 Ÿ E-mail: Vertrieb@beisler-gmbh.de
Aus ga be / Edi ti on:
06/2005
Prin ted in Fe de ral Re pub lic of Ger ma ny
Tei le-Nr.:/Part-No.:
Foreword
This instruction manual is intended to help the user to become familiar
with the machine and take advantage of its application possibilities in
accordance with the recommendations.
The instruction manual contains important information on how to
operate the machine securely, properly and economically. Observation
of the instructions eliminates danger, reduces costs for repair and
down-times, and increases the reliability and life of the machine.
The instruction manual is intended to complement existing national
accident prevention and environment protection regulations.
The instruction manual must always be available at the
machine/sewing unit.
The instruction manual must be read and applied by any person that is
authorized to work on the machine/sewing unit. This means:
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Operation, including equipping, troubleshooting during the work
cycle, removing of fabric waste,
Service (maintenance, inspection, repair and/or
Transport.
The user also has to assure that only authorized personnel work on
the machine.
The user is obliged to check the machine at least once per shift for
apparent damages and to immediatly report any changes (including
the performance in service), which impair the safety.
The user company must ensure that the machine is only operated in
perfect working order.
Never remove or disable any safety devices.
If safety devices need to be removed for equipping, repairing or
maintaining, the safety devices must be
remounted directly after completion of the maintenance and repair
work.
Unauthorized modification of the machine rules out liability of the
manufacturer for damage resulting from this.
Observe all safety and danger recommendations on the machine/unit!
The yellow-and-black striped surfaces designate permanend danger
areas, eg danger of squashing, cutting, shearing or collision.
Besides the recommendations in this instruction manual also observe
the general safety and accident prevention regulations!
General safety instructions
The non-observance of the following safety instructions can cause
bodily injuries or damages to the machine.
1. The machine must only be commissioned in full knowledge of the
instruction book and operated by persons with appropriate
training.
2. Before putting into service also read the safety rules and
instructions of the motor supplier.
3. The machine must be used only for the purpose intended. Use of
the machine without the safety devices is not permitted. Observe
all the relevant safety regulations.
4. When gauge parts are exchanged (e.g. needle, presser foot,
needle plate, feed dog and bobbin) when threading, when the
workplace is left, and during service work, the machine must be
disconnected from the mains by switching off the master switch or
disconnecting the mains plug.
5. Daily servicing work must be carried out only by appropriately
trained persons.
6. Repairs, conversion and special maintenance work must only be
carried out by technicians or persons with appropriate training.
7. For service or repair work on pneumatic systems, disconnect the
machine from the compressed air supply system (max. 7-10 bar).
Before disconnecting, reduce the pressure of the maintenance
unit.
Exceptions to this are only adjustments and functions checks
made by appropriately trained technicians.
8. Work on the electrical equipment must be carried out only by
electricians or appropriately trained persons.
9. Work on parts and systems under electric current is not permitted,
except as specified in regulations DIN VDE 0105.
10. Conversion or changes to the machine must be authorized by us
and made only in adherence to all safety regulations.
11. For repairs, only replacement parts approved by us must be used.
12. Commissioning of the sewing head is prohibited until such time
as the entire sewing unit is found to comply with EC directives.
It is absolutely necessary to respect
the safety instructions marked by these signs.
Danger of bodily injuries !
Please note also the general safety instructions.
Index
Page:
Preface and general safety instructions
Teil 1: Operating instructions cl. 1225/5
1.
1.1
1.2
1.3
Description of product
Description of proper use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Brief description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2.
Optional equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Switching on - Switching off
Switching on . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching off . . . . . . . . . . .
Program stop . . . . . . . . . .
Restart after program stop . .
- Program stop
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
Operation of the sewing machine head
General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recommended threads . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing / Putting on the fabric sliding sheet .
Setting the differential feed . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.1
5.1.1
5.1.2
5.1.3
5.1.4
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Operation of the sewing unit
Fusing station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting adhesive tape . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching the fusing station on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fusing of knee lining and front trousers. . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Foot switch machine sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Feeding the trousers parts and starting the sewing process
Adjusting the edge guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the blowing air for the nozzles in the table top . .
Stacker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.3
6.4
6.4.1
6.4.2
6.4.3
Operation of the control
Operator terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu structure of the sewing and setting programs
Seam programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Altering seam-specific parameters . . . . . . . . . . .
Altering global parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Input - Output test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Index
Page:
6.4.4
6.4.5
6.4.6
Creation of seam programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Altering seam programs ( Changing / Completing the sequence) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting a seam program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.
Error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8.
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.4.1
8.4.2
8.4.3
8.4.4
8.4.5
8.5
USB stick
General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Formatting the USB stick . . . . . . . . . . . .
Plugging the USB stick in the control . . . . .
USB functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing data on the USB stick . . . . . . . . . .
Loading data from the USB stick . . . . . . . .
Data comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting data from the USB stick . . . . . . . .
Loading software version from the USB stick
Removing the USB stick . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.1
9.2
Maintenance
Cleaning and checking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oil lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.
Description of product
1.1 Description of proper use
The 1225/5 is a sewing unit which can properly be used for sewing
light to medium-weight material. Such material is, as a rule, made of
textile fibres. These materials are used in the garment industry.
In general only dry material should be sewn on this machine. The
material must not contain any hard objects.
The seam is generally made with core thread, polyester fibre
or cotton threads.
The dimensions for needle and hook threads can be taken from the
table in chapter 4.2.
Before using any other threads it is necessary to estimate the
consequential dangers and to take the respective safety measures, if
required.
This sewing unit must only be installed and operated in dry and
well-kept rooms. If the sewing unit is used in other rooms, which are
not dry and well-kept, further measures to be agreed upon may
become necessary (see EN 60204-31 : 1999).
We, as a manufacturer of industrial sewing machines, assume that at
least semi-skilled operating personnel will be working on our products
so that all usual operations and, where applicable, their risks are
presumed to be known.
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1.2 Brief description
The Beisler 1225/5 is a single-head sewing unit for serging of trousers
parts with and without knee lining. The overlocking of the seat and fly
bow as well as of the trousers hem can be integrated.
For a displacement-free processing the lining is fused with the upper
fabric at a hot fusing station.
All sewing unit components are mounted on a stand welded of square
steel tubes and controlled by a microprocessor system.
The sewing unit is operated via a control panel. Here it is possible to
call up various control programs, to define new programs and to check
all inlets and outlets for maintenance and repair purposes.
Machine head
– Pegasus two- or three-thread overlock machine
S52-134B
– Direct drive Efka Type DC 1500 /AB 221
– Microprocessor control, freely programmable
– Light barrier for recognizing the seam beginning and seam end for
the automatic sewing start and stop
– Height-adjustable edge guide for different material thicknesses
– External control panel Efka V850 with:
- Menu navigation
- Freely programmable parameters for “machine
parameters”, “Global parameters”, “Program sequences”
- Input and output tests
- 20 program storage locations
- up to 7 seam programs per program storage location
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Vertical cutter with suction for overlocking and serging in one
operation
Chain separator with suction, programmable
Adjustable blowing nozzles in the table top for supporting the
material feed
Height-adjustable stand, infinitely variable from 850 mm to
1200 mm
Integrated stacking device
1.3 Technical data:
Machine head:
Stitch type:
Number of needles:
Needle system:
Needle size:
Threads:
Speed:
Speed upon
delivery:
Stitch length:
Seam width
Standard S52 head:
Optional S52 head:
Material:
Operating pressure:
Air consumption:
Rated voltage:
Rated load:
Dimensions:
Working height:
Weight:
Pegasus S52-134B
504/ 505
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B27
Nm 80 to Nm110
see table chapter 4.2
8500 r/ min
7500 r/ min
min. 1.0 mm
max. 5.0 mm
6 mm
4 mm/ 5 mm
Light to medium-weight material
6 bar
20 NL per working cycle
1 x 230 V 50/60 Hz
0.9 kVA
1500 x 900 x 1400 mm (L x W x H)
850...1200 mm
(upper table top edge)
120 kg
Noise level:
LC = 81dB (A)
Workstation-specific emission value according to DIN 45635-48-B-1
Stitch length:
3 mm
Seam length:
1160 mm
Speed:
7000 r/min
Material:
G1 DIN 23328 1 layer
Measuring point according to
DIN 4895 Part 1
X = 600 mm Y = 350 mm Z = 600 mm
x - axis = at right angles to the feeding direction
y - axis = main feeding direction
z - axis = height
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2.
Optional equipment
See annex
3.
Switching on - Switching off - Program stop
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3.1 Switching on
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Switch on main switch 1 (turn in clockwise direction).
The control loads the machine program.
The basic display appears in the display of the control panel.
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Switch off main switch 1 (turn counter-clockwise).
3.2 Switching off
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3.3 Program stop
2
2
1
For an immediate stop in case of operating errors, needle breakage
etc. the safety system of the 1225/5 provides the following measures:
– Press program stop switch 2 at the control panel.
The running operations are stopped immediately.
– Turn main switch 1 counter-clockwise.
The sewing unit drops out immediately;
all movements of the sewing unit stop immediately.
3.4 Restart after program stop
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Clear the fault only with the sewing unit switched off.
Only restart the sewing unit after the fault has been cleared.
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Switch on main switch 1 (turn in clockwise direction).
Unlock the program stop switch.
The control loads the machine program.
The basic display appears in the display of the control panel.
The sewing unit is ready for operation again.
4.
Operation of the sewing machine head
4.1 General notes
1
The operation of the sewing machine head (needle insertion, threading
of needle thread and hook thread etc.) is described in the attached
separate Pegasus operating instructions.
The instruction manual is included in the accessories of the sewing
unit.
Attention: Risk of injury!
Please read the operating instructions of the sewing machine head
carefully and observe all notes on safety.
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4.2
Recommended threads
Needle system:
Recommended
needle size:
B27
Nm 80 for very thin material
Nm 90 for thin material
Nm 100 for medium-weight material
High sewing security and good sewability are achieved with the
following core threads:
– Two-ply polyester endless polyester core-spun
(e.g. Epic Poly-Poly, Rasant x, Saba C, ...)
– Two-ply polyester endless cotton core-spun
(e.g. Frikka, Koban, Rasant, ...)
If these threads are not available, the polyester fibre or cotton threads
listed in the table can also be sewn.
Often two-ply core threads are offered by the thread manufacturers
with the same designation as three-ply polyester fibre threads
(3cyl.-spun).This causes uncertainty with regard to twisting and thread
thickness.
When in doubt, unravel the thread and check whether it is twisted 2- or
3-ply.
The label no. 120 on the thread reel of a core thread corresponds e.g.
to the thread size Nm 80/2 (see table values in brackets).
In case of monofilament threads you can use needle threads and hook
threads of the same thickness. The best results are achieved with soft
and elastic threads (software) of the thread thickness 130 Denier.
Recommended thread thicknesses:
Needle size
Nm
Core thread
Core thread
Needle thread
Hook thread
Needle thread
Hook thread
Polyester
endless
Label No.
Polyester
core-spun
Label No.
Polyester
endless
Label No.
Cotton
core-spun
Label No.
90
120 (Nm 80/2)
120 (Nm 80/2)
120 (Nm 80/2)
120 (Nm 80/2)
100
100 (Nm 65/2)
100 (Nm 65/2)
100 (Nm 65/2)
100 (Nm 65/2)
80
Needle size
Nm
8
Polyester fibre thread
(3cyl.-spun)
Cotton thread
Needle thread
Hook thread
Needle thread
Hook thread
80
Nm 120/3
Nm 120/3
Ne B 60/3-80/3
Ne B 60/3-80/3
90
Nm 80/3-120/3
Nm 80/3-120/3
Ne B 50/3-70/3
Ne B 50/3-70/3
100
Nm 70/3-100/3
Nm 70/3-100/3
Ne B 40/3-60/3
Ne B 40/3-60/3
4.3 Removing / Putting on the fabric sliding sheet
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3
2
1
1
The fabric sliding sheet 2 is held in the gap of the table top by the
magnets 1.
The edge guide 3 is fastened on the fabric sliding sheet.
Removing the fabric sliding sheet
– Carefully remove the edge guide 3 from the magnets in upward
direction.
– Swivel the fabric sliding sheet aside.
The lower section of the sewing machine head is accessible now.
Putting on the fabric sliding sheet
– Push the fabric sliding sheet into the gap of the table top and insert
in downward direction.
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4.4 Setting the differential feed
2
1
By the differentials the behaviour of the feed-dogs can be altered.
Permanent differential
The left lever 2 (seen from behind) influences the permanent
differential, which is active during the whole sewing process.
The setting range is between -10 and + 6.
The higher the setting (positive numbers),the more the material is
gathered. The lower the setting (negative numbers), the more the
material is stretched.
Additional differential
The right lever 1 influences the additional differential, which is
programmable in the control and provides additional width in certain
seam sections only.
The setting range is between 0 and + 16.
The higher the positive number, the more additional lining is gathered
at the programmed positions.
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5.
Operation of the sewing unit
5.1 Fusing station
5.1.1
Inserting adhesive tape
1
4
3
2
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
5.1.2
7
6
5
4
2
Remove the right supporting disk by pulling the handle 1 strongly.
Insert a new roll of adhesive tape 2.
The full roll must rotate counter-clockwise when unwinding.
Push the right supporting disk with handle 1 on the shaft again until
it catches.
Guide adhesive tape through guide 3.
Open flap 4 upwards.
Separate adhesive tape 2 from the carrier material 5.
Guide adhesive tape 2 under the flap 4 and draw it under the
clamp 7.
Guide the carrier material 5 downwards behind the transport
roller 6.
Close flap 4.
Switching the fusing station on and off
–
–
The yellow signal lamp 1 “Power” lights up after the main switch
has been switched on.
Press toggle switch 2 in position “ON”.
Note
As long as the signal lamp 3 “Heat” flashes, the lower stamp is being
heated up and has not yet reached the necessary temperature.
3
2 1
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5.1.3
Fusing of knee lining and front trousers
3
2
1
7
6
5
4
Caution: Risk of burn!
Do not touch the area around the fusing station.
The lower stamp is very hot.
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12
5
To avoid a displacement of the knee lining during the sewing process a
bonding point has to be set with the fusing station fusing the lining at
the correct position.
– Position knee lining 3 under clamp 2.
– Press clamp key 1.
The clamp 2 lowers and clamps the knee lining.
The fusing tape 5 is pushed forward simultaneously and the
net-like fusing tape 8 is separated from the release paper.
– Position trousers part 7 and align as per the lining.
– Press fusing key 4.
The upper stamp 6 moves downwards, the lower heated stamp
moves upwards so that trousers part and lining are pressed with
the fusing tape lying in between.
After the preset fusing time the upper stamp 6 and clamp 2 are
lifted automatically and the lower stamp is lowered.
Lining and trousers part are fused now and can be fed for
overlocking.
5.1.4
Cleaning the stamp
1
2
1
Caution: Risk of burn!
Clean the stamp only when it is cold.
–
–
–
Throw toggle switch 1.
The lower stamp 2 moves upwards.
Clean the stamp.
Actuate toggle switch 1 again.
The lower stamp 2 moves downwards.
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5.2 Foot switch machine sequence
In some of the seam programs the foot switch serves for releasing
various functions.
The foot switch is equipped with two contacts.
One of them is located at the rear and is released by stepping back.
The other one is located at the front and is released by pressure of the
heel.
5.3 Feeding the trousers parts and starting the sewing process
The
The
®
®
®
®
®
4
3
overlock unit 1225/5 works semi-automatically.
operator of the sewing unit has to do the following:
call up the desired seam program;
fuse upper fabric and knee lining at the fusing station;
feed the workpiece precisely;
supervise the sewing process of the sewing unit;
take the finished parts out of the stacker.
2
1
Feeding the trousers part and starting the sewing process
1) Select the seam program at the control panel (see chapter 6.3).
2) Place the trousers part 1 from the right on the table top 2 and
straight underneath the contour guide 3.
ATTENTION!
As soon as the trousers part has been pushed under the light barrier 4,
the sewing process starts automatically and the contour guide 3
lowers.
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6
5
8
7
3)
4)
The trousers part is sewn.
As soon as the workpiece has left the light barrier,the seam is
finished and both stamps 6 lower.
5) The contour guide moves upwards.
6) The swivelling device 5 transports the material out of the sewing
area.
7) The stacker clamp 8 moves to the front.
8) The stamps 6 move upwards again.
9) The trousers part is stacked.
10) Actuate foot switch 7 for removing the workpieces.
Note
In order to facilitate the material feed in the area of the sewing head
the table blowing can be engaged. (see chapter 5.5)
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5.4 Adjusting the edge guide
4
3
2
1
The height-adjustable edge guide ensures a precise positioning of the
trousers part in front of the sewing head. The height of the edge guide
can be adjusted depending on the thickness of the material to be
processed.
The draw roll 3 guarantees a precise material feed under the sewing
foot.
Adjusting the height of the edge guide
– Draw the dial 1 in the direction of arrow.
– Set the dial 1 to one of the four lock-in positions.
Position 1 = minimum height
Position 4 = maximum height
Fine adjustment of the height of the edge guide
– Turn the dial 2 correspondingly.
Setting the contact pressure of the roller 4
– Turn the dial 3 in clockwise direction
the contact pressure of the roller is increased
– Turn the dial 3 counter-clockwise
the contact pressure of the roller is reduced
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5.5 Adjusting the blowing air for the nozzles in the table top
1
2
1
The blast nozzles 1 in the table top support the precise stacking of the
workpieces.
– Set the intensity of the air blast with the dial 2 at the control panel.
Turn dial to the right = increased intensity of air blast
Turn dial to the left
= reduced intensity of air blast
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5.6 Stacker
2
1
3
The finished workpieces are stacked on the throw-over stacker 2.
The stacked and clamped workpieces can be removed by actuating the
foot switch 1.
The stacker is accessed by a control pulse. The pneumatic functions
can be taken from the pneumatic wiring diagram.
Caution: Risk of injury!
Do not reach into the working area of the throw-over stacker during the
stacking operation.
Manual stacking
– Press key 3 at the control panel.
A stacking process is carried out.
Removing stacked parts
– Actuate foot switch 1 and keep it actuated.
– Remove the stacked parts.
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6.
Operation of the control
6.1 Operator terminal
For the input and output of data an operator terminal with an LCD
display and function keys is used.
Display
Enter keys
Function keys
Keys 1 - 0
Programstop
Key
—
1
Function
Seam program 1 to program 20
Manual stacking
Menu selection/ Data storage
Function bottom feed
Set function auxiliary roller
Set function holding stamp
Set machine parameters
Function swivelling device
Key sewing stop in the seam
Input/ output test
Sequence programming (S)
Program creation (Prg)
Set global parameters
Enter key
Select parameters / scroll
Alter parameter values
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6.2
6.2.1
User interface
Menu structure of the sewing and setting programs
Switch on
main switch
Main screen
to
Call up sewing programs
Menu selection
Key F2
Manual
stacking
Key 2 Adjust bottom feed
Key 3 Adjust auxiliary roller
Key 4 Adjust holding stamp
Key 5 Set machine parameters
Key 6 Adjust swivelling device
Key 7 Sewing stop in the seam
Key 8 Input-Output test
Key 9 Program creation / Sequence creation
Key 0 Set global parameters
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Calling up sewing programs
– Switch the main switch on.
The control initializes.
The seam program previously used is loaded.
– Press one of the keys “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0”.
The selected seam program is loaded.
Calling up the parameter menu
– Switch the main switch on.
The control initializes.
The previously used program appears in the display.
– Press key “P”.
The selection menu is called up.
– Press one of the keys “1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0”.
The display changes over to the corresponding function.
Manual stacking
When the seam program is selected:
– Press key “F2”.
The stacker makes a stacking movement.
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6.3 Seam programs
Designation of the individual seams:
1 = hem
2 = waistband
3 = fly seam or seat seam
4 = crotch seam
5 = side seam
6 = crotch seam from the hem
7 = side seam from the hem
A seam program in the display of the control panel
Program No.
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Seam No.
The sewing unit 1225/5 is delivered with 8 standard seam programs:
Program
001
002
003
004
005
006
007
008
Description
Crotch seam (4) from the waistband
Side seam (5) from the waistband
Crotch seam (6) from the hem
Side seam (7) from the hem
Side seam (8) with prefabricated pocket from
the waistband
Manual start
Side seam (9) with prefabricated pocket from
the hem
Automatic start up to the pocket
Finish seam manually
Crotch seam (4) and side seam (5) alternately
Crotch seam (6) and side seam (7) alternately
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6.4 Adjusting the control
The parameter values are altered in the individual parameter menus.
– Press key “P”.
– Select the menu item.
6.4.1
–
Select the parameter to be altered with the keys “F1” or “F2”.
–
Press key “E”.
–
Alter the parameter value with the keys “Plus” or “Minus”.
–
Press key “P”.
The new parameter value is stored.
–
Press key “P”.
You return to the selection menu.
–
Press key “P”.
You return to the sewing program.
Altering seam-specific parameters
Adjusting the bottom feed
Via this parameter the bottom feed is adjusted.
Parameter 07:
Length of line 1
Setting range:
0 …00
Parameter 09:
Setting range:
Length of line 2
0 …00
Parameter 11:
Setting range:
Length of line 3
0 …00
Parameter 73:
Setting range:
Fullness of line 1
ON/ OFF
Parameter 74:
Setting range:
Fullness of line 2
ON/ OFF
Parameter 75:
Setting range:
Fullness of line 2
ON/ OFF
Adjusting the auxiliary roller
Via this parameter the auxiliary roller is adjusted.
Parameter 13:
Setting range:
Number of stitches when the auxiliary roller lowers.
0 …400 stitches
Parameter 14:
Number of stitches how long the auxiliary roller
remains lowered.
0 …300 stitches
Setting range:
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Adjusting the holding stamp
Via this parameter the holding stamp is adjusted.
Parameter 15:
Setting range:
Time when the stamp lowers.
0 …20
Parameter 16:
Setting range:
Time how long the warp separator remains switched
on.
0 …100
Parameter 17:
Setting range:
Switch the stacker on or off
0/1
Parameter 47:
Setting range:
Time of stacker movement
0 …2000
Parameter 57:
Setting range:
Time how long the holding stamp is down
0 …2000
Altering the machine parameters
Parameter 30:
Set the main speed
Setting range:
0 …8500
Parameter 31:
Setting range:
Switch manual sewing on or off
0/1
Parameter 32:
Number of stitches how long the table blowing
remains switched on
0 …400 stitches
Setting range:
Parameter 34:
Input:
Parameter 44:
Input:
Parameter 60:
1
Number of stitches until the contour guide
lowers
0 …400 stitches
Number of stitches until the contour guide
lowers
0 …200
Softstart speed
Setting range:
500 ...5000
Parameter 61:
Setting range:
Switch the softstart on or off
0/1
Parameter 76:
Setting range:
Switch the start via light barrier on or off
0/1
Parameter 77:
Setting range:
Switch the autostart on or off
0/1
Parameter 78:
Setting range:
Number of stitches when the autostart starts
0 ...400 stitches
Parameter 98:
Setting range:
Switch the lining clamp on or off
0/1
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Altering the swivelling device
Via this parameter the swivelling device is adjusted.
Parameter 62:
Number of stitches when the blade extends.
Setting range:
0 …00
Parameter 63:
Setting range:
Number of stitches how long the blade
remains retracted.
0 …00
Parameter 64:
Setting range:
Switch the swivelling of the stacker on or off
0/1
Parameter 69:
Input:
0/1
Altering the seam lines
Via this parameter the parameters for the individual seam lines are set.
Parameter 81:
Length of seam line 1
Setting range:
0 …00
Parameter 82:
Setting range:
Switch the speed reduction in seam line 1 on or off
0/1
Parameter 83:
Setting range:
Reduce the speed in seam line 1
0 …7000
Parameter 84:
Setting range:
Switch the stop within the seam on or off
0/1
Parameter 85:
Setting range:
Switch the sewing foot lift within the seam on or off
0/1
Parameter 86:
Parameter 90:
Seam line 2
Parameter 91:
Parameter 95:
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Values see seam line 1
Seam line 3
Values see seam line 1
6.4.2
Altering the global parameters
Parameter 45:
on
Input:
Number of stitches until the table blowing is switched
Parameter 46:
Input:
Duration of the stacker impulse
0 ..2000
Parameter 47:
Input:
Time of stacker movement
0…
Parameter 48:
Input:
Speed limitation
max. 8500
Parameter 49:
Input:
Speed at warp separation
0 …5000
Parameter 50:
Number of stitches until the thread tension
is opened (seam end)
0....50
Input:
Parameter 56:
0 …200
Input:
Seam programming on/ off
On = Determine the seam sequences in the current
program
Off = Create the next free program with seams
0 and 1
Parameter 57:
Input:
Time how long the holding stamp is down
0 …2000
Parameter 58:
Display of the software version
Parameter 59:
Input:
Number of stitches how long the seam chain is
sucked (seam beginning)
0 ...150
Parameter 65:
Input:
Thread tension lift at the beginning
0…
Parameter 66:
Input:
Fusing time
0…
Parameter 67:
Input:
Time of the swivelling movement to the stacker
0…
Parameter 68:
Input:
Time when the swivelling device swivels back
0…
Parameter 80:
Reset the daily piece counter
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6.4.3
Input - Output test
Via the input - output test the different input and output elements can
be checked.
Input test
– Press key “P”.
– Press key “8”.
– Actuate the corresponding input.
Example:
Cover the light barrier.
– Press key “Program stop”.
The program is quitted.
Input elements
Switch
Designation
01
03
05
08
09
Light barrier 01
Light barrier 03 sewing start of hem
Switch “Program stop”
Lining clamp
Fusing stamp
Output test
– Press key “P”.
– Press key “8”.
– Press key “Plus”.
–
–
–
Select the output element to be tested with the keys “Plus” or
“Minus”.
Switch the output on or off with the key “F2”.
Press key “Program stop”.
The program is quitted.
Output elements
Switch
Designation
Y01
Y02
Y03
Y04
Y05
Y06
Y07
Y08
Y09
Y10
Y11
Y12
Y13
Y14
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Sewing foot up / down
Thread tension lift open / closed
Contour guide up / down
Stacker impulse on
Holding stamp up / down
Auxiliary roller up / down
Swivelling device on / off
Swivelling the blade on / off
Tape feed on / off
Differential on / off
Fusing stamp up / down
Warp separator / off
Table blowing on /off
Dirt suction on / off
6.4.4
Creation of seam programs
Note
Before a new seam program can be created or an existing one can be
deleted, the global parameter “56” has to be set to the value “0”.
This avoids that the existing programs are changed inadvertently.
–
Press key “P”.
–
Press key “0” (global parameters).
–
Change over to parameter 56 with key “F1”.
–
Press key “E”.
The parameter 56 is selected.
–
Set the parameter value to “0" with key “Minus.
–
Press key “P”.
The new parameter value is stored.
–
Press key “P”.
You return to the selection menu.
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Creating a seam program
– Press key “P”.
–
Press key “9” (Prg = programs).
–
Press key “F1” twice.
–
Select a seam with one of the keys “1” to “9”.
–
Press key “E”.
The selected seam is taken over.
–
Select a further seam with one of the keys “1” to “9”.
or
– Press key “P”.
The new setting is stored and you return to the selection menu.
Note
After the creation of a new seam program the parameter “56" has to be
reset to the value “1” for safety reasons.
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6.4.5
Deleting a seam program
–
Press key “P”.
–
Press key “9”.
–
Press key “F2”.
The display indicates:
DELETE?
6.4.6
–
Press key “F2” anew.
The program is deleted.
–
Press key “P”.
You return to the selection menu.
Altering seam programs (Changing / Completing the sequence)
Note
Before a seam program can be altered,the parameter “56” has to be
set to the value “1".
This avoids that the existing programs are deleted inadvertently. (see
chapter 6.4.3, paragraph 1)
–
Select the program to be altered.
–
Press key “P”.
–
Press key “9” (S = sequence).
–
Select a free location with the keys “Plus” or “Minus”.
–
Select a seam number with the keys “1” to “9”.
You can select further seam numbers or quit the menu.
–
Select another free location with the keys “Plus” or “Minus”.
Or
–
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Press key “P”.
The seam program is stored and you return to the selection menu.
7.
Error messages
In case of an error in the control system or in the machine program
corresponding error messages are indicated in the display.
Display
Meaning
Error 1
One of the parameters “18” or “19” is switched on
(value = 1)
Both parameters “18” and “19” are switched on
(value = 1)
In the current program the last
existing seam was to be deleted.
Error 2
Error 3
Errors of free programming
Info U1
FP custom code wrong, e.g. describing a parameter
which does not exist.
Info U2
Wrong system function
Info U3
Wrong in / out number
Info U4
Too many user variables
Info U5
Too many system variables
Info U6
Not enough storage location for the user program
Info U7
Wrong or undefined key in the Vario
Info U8
Unknown device address
Info U9
Fatal exception error
1
Errors and informations bootload
Info B1
Switch on control in the boot mode and press key “F2”
Info B2
Programming of segment number
Info B3
Flash programming failed
Info B4
Flash programming okay
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8.
USB stick
8.1 General notes
1
The USB stick 1 serves for storing and transferring of the sewing unit
software.
By means of the USB stick program and parameter data can also be
transferred to other sewing units.
Commercially available USB 1 sticks can be used, too.
8.2 Formatting the USB stick
Before using a new USB stick this has to be formatted correspondingly.
The file format is the “FAT 16” system.
– Format the USB stick with the FAT 16 system via a PC.
8.3 Plugging the USB stick in the control
–
–
Switch the main switch off.
Plug the USB stick 1 in the lower slot of the Efka control.
–
Press key “P” and keep it pressed.
–
Switch the main switch on.
The message appears for a moment.
USB. DEV. DETECT:
–
Keep key “P” pressed until the following message appears in the
display:
SERVICE - CODE
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–
Enter CODE 3112.
–
Press key “E”.
8.4 USB functions
The following functions can be carried out with a USB stick:
1) Storing and loading of global parameters
File extension = *. PAR
Parameter
F-510
F-511
F-512
F-513
Function
Securing from the control on the USB stick
Loading from the USB stick in the control
Comparing USB stick and control data
Deleting data from the USB stick
2) Storing and loading of programs and seam parameters
File extension = *.PAY
Parameter
F-514
F-515
F-516
F-517
Function
Securing from the control on the USB stick
Loading from the USB stick in the control
Comparing USB stick and control data
Deleting data from the USB stick
1
3) Loading a new software version
File extension = *.PRG
Parameter
F-523
stick in the
Function
Load a new software version from the USB
control
By means of the FAT 16 file system the control allocates file names
with max. 8 characters.
Max. 8 characters
Software version
1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
1 2 2 0 _ 5 D _ 1 A .PRG
Machine type
Language
Equipment
1 = Parameter file
2 = Program file
Version
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If different program or parameter files are stored, the control allocates
a new name each.
Example:
Storing of different parameter data
1st file
0100DATA.PAR
2nd file
0101DATA.PAR
etc.
The files can individually be renamed by the file manager or explorer
on a PC.
Note
On principle, the Efka control can read data from the main level of the
USB stick only. Data from subdirectories cannot be processed.
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8.4.1
Storing data on the USB stick
–
Enter parameter.
Example: 510
–
Press key “E”
The cursor flashes.
–
Press key “F2”.
The file name chosen by the control appears.
Example
0100DATA.PAR
–
Press key “E”.
The data are written on the USB stick.
Note
The file name is allocated automatically.
1
8.4.2
Loading data from the USB stick
–
Enter parameter.
Example: 511
–
Press key “E”
The cursor flashes.
–
Press key “F2”.
The name of the first file stored on the stick appears.
Example
0100DATA.PAR
–
Select the desired file with the keys “+” or “-”.
–
Press key “E”.
The message appears.
READ DATA
–
YES = E
Press key “E” within 2 seconds.
The data are read from the USB stick.
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8.4.3
Data comparison
–
Enter parameter.
Example: 512
–
Press key “E”.
The file name chosen by the control appears.
Example
0100DATA.PAR
–
Press key “E”.
The message appears.
READ DATA
–
YES = E
Press key “E” within 2 seconds.
The data of the USB stick and the control are compared.
The message appears.
READ DATA
Possible displays
8.4.4
DATA OK
The data on the stick are identical
with the data of the control
DATA DIFFERENT
The data of the stick and the control are
not identical.
Deleting data from the USB stick
–
Enter parameter.
Example: 513
–
Press key “E”.
The cursor flashes.
–
Press key “F2”.
The name of the first file appears on the stick.
Example
0100DATA.PAR
–
Select the desired file with the keys “+” or “-”.
Example
0105DATA.PAR
–
Press key “E” within 2 seconds.
The data from the USB stick are deleted.
The message appear.s
READY
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8.4.5
Loading software version from the USB stick
–
Enter parameter 523.
–
Press key “E”.
The cursor flashes.
–
Press key “F2”.
The name of the first file stored on the stick appears.
Example
20_5D_1A.PRG
–
Select the desired parameter file with the keys “+” or “-”.
–
Press key “E”.
The message appears.
READ DATA
1
YES = E
–
Press key “E” within 2 seconds.
The data are read from the USB stick.
–
Press key “P” and wait approx. 3 seconds until “Save Data” fades
out.
–
Press key “E” twice.
The cursor flashes.
–
Press key “F2”.
The name of the first file stored on the stick appears.
Example
20_5D_2A.PRG
–
Select the desired program file with the keys “+” or “-”.
–
Press key “E”.
The message appears.
READ DATA
YES = E
–
Press key “E” within 2 seconds.
The data are read from the USB stick.
–
Switch the main switch off and on again.
The new software version is loaded now.
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8.5 Removing the USB stick
1
–
–
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Switch the main switch off.
Pull the USB stick 1 out of the slot of the Efka control.
9.
Maintenance
9.1 Cleaning and checking
Caution: Risk of injury !
Switch the main switch off.
The maintenance of the sewing unit must only be carried out with the
machine switched off.
Maintenance work has to be done after the intervals indicated in the
tables at the latest (see column “Operating hours”).
The processing of fluffy material may require shorter maintenance
intervals.
A clean sewing unit protects from disturbances.
1
1
2
Maintenance work
to be done
Explanation
Operating
hours
Machine head
- Remove sewing dust and
thread remainders.
(e.g. with compressed air pistol)
Clean the entire area 1 of the thread guides
under the fabric sliding sheet
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Suction device
Empty container 2 of the suction device
- Turn the bottom part of the container to the
left and remove it
- Empty the container
- Screw the bottom part on again in
clockwise direction
8
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6
Maintenance work
to be done
Pneumatic system
- Check the water level in the
pressure regulator 3
- Clean the filter insert 4
R
- Make leak test of the system
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5
4
3
Explanation
Operating
hours
The water level must not rise up to the filter
insert 4.
- Let the water run out of the water separator
under pressure after pressing the drain
plug 5.
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The filter insert 4 separates dirt and
condensed water.
- Separate the sewing unit from the
compressed air net.
- Push in drain plug 5.
The pneumatic system of the
sewing unit has to be pressureless.
- Screw the water separator 6 off
- Remove filter insert 4.
Wash the dirty filter tray and the filter insert
with benzine (no solvent!)
and blow them clean.
- Reassemble the water separator
and connect the maintenance unit.
500
500
9.2 Oil lubrication
2
1
1
Caution: Risk of injury !
Oil may cause skin eruption.
Avoid a longer contact with the skin.
Wash yourself thoroughly after a contact.
ATTENTION !
The handling and disposal of mineral oils is subject to legal
regulations.
Deliver used oil to an authorized collecting station.
Conserve your environment.
Be careful not to spill any oil.
Oil the head of the sewing unit exclusively with lubricating oil DA-10 or
an equivalent oil with the following specification:
– Viscosity at 40° C:
10 mm²/s
– Ignition point:
150° C
DA-10 can be bought at the sales points of DÜRKOPP ADLER AG
under the following parts numbers:
Container 250 ml:
9047 000011
Container 1 litre:
9047 000012
Container 2 litres:
9047 000013
Container 5 litres:
9047 000014
Maintenance work
to be done
Lubrication
Explanation
Check the oil level at the sewing machine head
regularly (inspection glass 1 and 2).
Operating
hours
8
Please take further details from the enclosed
operating instructions of the sewing machine
head.
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Note:
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Index
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Part 2: Assembly instructions cl. 1225/5
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3.
In stal ling the se wing unit
3.1 Trans port pro tec tions . . . . . . . .
3.2 Setting the wor king height . . . . .
3.3 Mounting the thread reel hol der . .
3.4 Aligning the con trol panel. . . . . .
3.5 Con necting the foot pe dal . . . . . .
3.6 Mounting and alig ning the stacker
3.7 Alig ning the ma te ri al trays . . . . .
3.8 Aligning the con trol panel. . . . . .
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4.
4.1
4.2
Elec tri cal con nec ti on
Che cking the no mi nal vol ta ge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ma king the mains con nec ti on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9
5.
Pneu ma tic con nec ti on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.
6.1
Put ting into ope ra ti on
Se wing test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3
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1.
Scope of delivery
The scope of delivery depends on your order.
The sewing units consists of:
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1
Sewing machine head (as per order)
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2
Thread reel holder
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3
Control with control panel
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4
Material tray
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5
Clamp for knee lining
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6
Fusing station for knee lining (optional)
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Foot switch
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8
Stand and table top
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Suction device with suction container
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10 Stacker
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11 Swivelling device
Compressed air maintenance unit with compressed air
pistol
2
2.
General notes
ATTENTION !
The sewing unit must only be installed by trained specialist staff.
Any work on the electrical equipment of the sewing unit must
only be carried out by electricians or correspondingly instructed
persons.
The mains plug must be pulled out.
The enclosed operating instructions of the drive motor manufacturer
have to be observed.
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3.
Installing the sewing unit
3.1 Transport protections
1
3
2
Before the installation of the sewing unit all transport protections have
to be removed.
Transport protections of the sewing unit
– Remove the protective foils 1.
– Remove the security tapes at the thread reel holder, machine table
etc.
Transport protections of the stacker
– Remove the security tape 3 from the stacker.
– Remove the security tape 2 and put the foot pedal down.
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3.2 Setting the working height
1
2
2
The working height is adjustable between 850 and 1200 mm
(measured up to the top edge of the table top).
– Loosen screws 1 and 2 on all four spars.
– Set the desired working height with the help of suitable auxiliary
means.
In order to avoid jamming lift the table top equally on both sides.
– Retighten screws 1 and 2 on all four spars.
5
3.3 Mounting the thread reel holder
2
1
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3
2
Insert thread reel holder 1 in retainer 2.
Tighten the thread reel holder with the two screws 3.
3.4 Aligning the control panel
3
2
1
The control panel 1 has been lowered for transportation.
– Loosen screws 3.
– Pull tube 2 holding the control panel right to the top.
– Retighten screws 3.
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3.5 Connecting the foot pedal
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2
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1
Position the foot pedal 1 within easy reach.
Make plug connection 2.
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3.6 Mounting and aligning the stacker
5
4
3
2
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7
6
Approach the stacker with the holder 4 to the sewing unit.
Screw the holder 4 on the sewing unit with two screws 5.
Align the stacker in such a way that the smoother 6 is in parallel
position to the edge of the table top 7.
Tighten screws 5.
Screw earth wire 2 on the stacker.
Attach the compressed air lines 1 and 3 to the distributor.
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3.7 Aligning the material trays
3
2
1
4
The material trays 2 and 3 have been lowered for transportation.
– Loosen screws 4 at the spars 1.
– Draw the material trays to the corresponding working height.
– Tighten screws 4.
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4.
Electrical connection
ATTENTION !
Any work on the electrical equipment of the sewing unit must only be
carried out by electricians or correspondingly instructed persons.
The mains plug must be pulled out.
4.1 Checking the nominal voltage
ATTENTION !
The nominal voltage indicated on the type plate of the sewing machine
control and the mains voltage must correspond.
Nominal voltage = 190 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
4.2 Making the mains connection
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2
Connect the mains plug.
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5.
Pneumatic connection
For the operation of the pneumatic components the sewing unit has to
be provided with anhydrous compressed air.
ATTENTION!
For a trouble-free function of the pneumatic control processes the
compressed air net has to be rated as follows:
Even in the moment of maximum air consumption the minimum
operating pressure must not drop below 6 bar.
In case of a too high air pressure decrease:
– Increase the compressor output.
– Increase the diameter of the compressed air supply line.
3
2
1
Connecting the compressed air maintenance unit
– Connect the connecting hose 3 to the compressed air net.
Setting the operating pressure
– The operating pressure amounts to 6 bar.
It can be read off at the manometer 1.
– For setting the operating pressure pull up and turn the rotary
handle 2.
- Turn in clockwise direction = increase the pressure
- Turn counter-clockwise
= reduce the pressure
ATTENTION !
No oil-bearing compressed air must be fed from the compressed air
net.
Behind the filter cleaned compressed air is withdrawn as blowing air
for cleaning machine parts and for blowing workpieces out.
Oil particles contained in the blowing air lead to malfunction and stains
on the workpieces.
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6.
Putting into operation
6.1 Sewing test
After completion of the installation work a sewing test should be made.
– Plug in the mains plug.
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Thread in needle and hook thread only with the sewing unit switched
off.
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Thread in needle and hook thread
(see operating instructions of the sewing machine head).
Switch the main switch on.
The control is initialized.
Select the sewing program.
For feeding and operating see part 1:
Operating instructions 1225/5
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Index
Page:
Part 3: Service instructions class 1225/5
1.
General notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.
2.1
2.2
2.2.1
2.2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.6
2.6.1
2.6.2
2.7
Brief instructions for the sewing head
Adjusting the needle bar height . . . . . .
Adjusting the hook . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Distance between left hook and needle. .
Distance between right hook and needle .
Adjusting the needle protection . . . . . .
Hind needle protection. . . . . . . . . . . .
Front needle protection . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the feed-dog. . . . . . . . . . . .
Feed-dog position . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Feed-dog height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presser foot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Presser foot lift head EX5204 . . . . . . .
Presser foot lift head S52 . . . . . . . . . .
Presser foot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Upper and lower knife . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing and adjusting the upper knife .
Changing and adjusting the lower knife .
Thread regulation of overlock hook . . . .
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3.
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.4.1
Adjusting the sewing unit
Adjusting the light barrier . . . .
Setting the seam width . . . . .
Adjusting the swivelling device.
Direct sewing drive . . . . . . .
Setting the reference. . . . . . .
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4.
4.1
Oil lubrication
Oil change and oil filter change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5.
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3
1.
General notes
The service instructions on hand describe the adjustment of the
single-head overlock unit 1225/5.
The manual consists of:
·
·
Brief instructions for the sewing head
Service instructions for the sewing unit
ATTENTION !
The brief instructions are a summary of the detailed operating
instructions of the sewing head. In any case these operating
instructions have to be carefully read and all regulations have to be
observed. The Beisler company does not guarantee the accuracy of
the following specifications.
ATTENTION !
The operations described in the service instructions must only be
executed by qualified staff or correspondingly instructed persons
respectively!
Caution: Risk of injury !
In case of repair, alteration or maintenance work switch the main
switch off.
Carry out adjusting operations and functional tests of the running
machine only under observation of all safety measures and with utmost
caution.
The instruction manual on hand describes the adjustment of the
sewing unit in an appropriate sequence.
Please observe in this connection that various setting positions are
interdependent.
Therefore it is absolutely necessary to do the adjustment following the
described order.
For all setting operations of parts involved in the stitch formation a new
needle without damage has to be inserted.
3
3
2.
Brief instructions for the sewing head
2.1 Adjusting the height of the needle bar
1
2
3
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the height of the needle bar only with the sewing unit
switched off.
Standard checking
In the top dead centre of the needle bar the distance between the
needlepoint 4 and the throat plate should amount to 9.7 - 9.9 mm.
– Move the needle bar in its top dead centre.
– Check whether the distance between needlepoint4 and throat
plate 5 amounts to 9.7 - 9.9 mm.
4
5
4
Correction
– Unscrew screws 1 and remove cover 2.
– Move the needle bar in its top dead centre.
– Swivel the sewing foot out.
– Loosen screw 3 until the needle bar can just be pushed.
– Shift the needle bar in such a way that the distance between
needlepoint 4 and throat plate amounts to 9.7 - 9.9 mm.
– Tighten screw 3.
– Screw cover 2 on again.
2.2 Adjusting the hook
2.2.1
Distance between left hook and needle
5
2,3 - 2,5 mm
1
2
3
4
5
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust hook only with the sewing unit switched off.
3
Cross-line adjustment
Standard checking
In the left reverse point of hook 5 the distance between the middle of
the needle and the hook tip should amount to 2.3 - 2.5 mm.
– Move the left hook in its left reverse point by handwheel.
– Check whether the distance between the middle of the needle and
the hook tip amounts to 2.3 - 2.5 mm.
Correction
– Unscrew the throat plate, the front feed-dog as well as the front
and hind needle protection.
– Move the hook in its left reverse point by handwheel.
– Loosen screw 1 and take care that the hook abuts on stop 2.
– Tighten screw 1 again.
– Loosen screw 4 until the hook support 3 can just be turned.
– Turn the hook support in such a way that that distance between the
middle of the needle and the hook tip amounts to 2.3 - 2.5 mm.
Note
Do not yet tighten screw 4.
5
2,3 - 2,5 mm
3
0 - 0,05 mm
6
7
4
Adjustment in sewing direction
Standard checking
The distance between hook tip 6 and needle 7 should amount to
0.0 - 0.05 mm.
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the hook tip is exactly
at the level of the middle of the needle.
– Shift the hook support 3 in such a way that the distance between
hook support and needle amounts to 0.0 - 0.05 mm.
– Check the cross-line adjustment once again and readjust, if
necessary.
– Tighten screw 4.
6
2.2.2
Distance between right hook and needle
1
4
8
7
5
6
3
2
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the hook only with the sewing unit switched off.
3
Cross-line adjustment
9
10
4,3 - 4,5 mm
Standard checking
When the right hook is in its top reverse point, the distance between
hook tip 9 and the middle of the needle should amount to 4.3 - 4.5 mm.
– Screw off thread guides 1 and 3 as well as cover 2.
– Move the hook in its top dead centre by handwheel.
– Loosen screw 4 until the hook can just be pushed.
– Shift the hook in such a way that the hook shank (1) is flush with
the right side of the hook holder.
– Loosen screw 6 a little.
– Turn lever 5 in such a way that there is a distance of 4.3 - 4.5 mm
between hook tip and the middle of the needle.
Take care that the bar 8 in the bearing 7 does not move too heavy.
– Tighten screw 6.
Note
Do not yet tighten screw 4.
7
4
Adjustment in sewing direction
Standard checking
When the right hook crosses the left hook, the distance “A” should
amount to 0.5 mm and the distance “B” to 0.2 mm.
Correction
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the right hook crosses
the left hook.
– Turn and shift the right hook in such a way that the distance “A”
amounts to 0.5 mm and the distance “B” to 0.2 mm.
– Tighten screw 4 in this position.
– Check all adjustments once again and readjust, if necessary.
– Remount thread guides 1 and 3 as well as cover 2.
– Adjust thread guides according to chapter “thread regulation of the
overlock hooks”.
Note
The right overlock hook is dependent on the needle size.
Use hook No. 28 for needles Nm 60 - 80 and hook No. 22 for needles
Nm 80 - 100.
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2.3 Adjusting the needle protection
2.3.1
Hind needle protection
1
3
4
2
3
4
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the needle protection only with the sewing unit
switched off.
3
Standard checking
When the tip of the left hook 3 is at the level of the middle of the
needle, the needle protection 1 should abut on the needle. There
should be a distance of 0.0 - 0.05 mm between hook tip and needle.
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the hook tip points in
the needle direction.
– Check the distance between hook tip and needle.
Correction of the mobile version
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the hook tip points in
the needle direction.
– Loosen screw 2.
– Shift the needle protection 1 in such a way that it abuts on the
needle and there is a distance of 0.0 - 0.05 mm between hook tip
and the middle of the needle.
– Tighten screw 1.
3
Correction of the stationary version
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the hook tip points in
the needle direction.
– Loosen screws 4.
– Shift the needle protection 3 in such a way that it abuts on the
needle and there is a distance of 0.0 - 0.05 mm between hook tip
and the middle of the needle.
– Tighten screws 4.
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2.3.2
Front needle protection
1
1
4
2
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the needle protection only with the sewing unit
switched off.
Standard checking
In the lower dead centre of the needle the distance between needle
protection 1 and needle should amount to 0.03 - 0.05 mm.
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the needle is in its
lower dead centre.
– Check the position of the front needle protection.
Correction
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the needle is in its
lower dead centre.
– Loosen screw 2.
– Shift the needle protection 1 in such a way that there is a distance
of 0.03 - 0.05 mm between needle protection and needle.
– Tighten screw 2.
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2.4 Adjusting the feed-dog
2.4.1
Feed-dog position
1
2
2
1
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the feed-dog position only with the sewing unit
switched off.
3
Standard checking
In their highest position the feed-dogs should be horizontal.
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the feed-dogs are in
their highest position.
– Check the position of the feed-dogs.
Correction
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the feed-dogs are in
their highest position.
– Loosen screw 1.
– Turn screw 2.
Feed-dogs are horizontal
Feed-dogs are inclined backwards
Feed-dogs are inclined forwards
–
Tighten screw 1.
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2.4.2
Feed-dog height
6
3
3
4
5
1
2
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the feed-dog height only with the sewing unit
switched off.
Standard checking
When the feed-dogs are in their highest position, the teeth of the main
feed-dog 4 should be 0.8 mm above the top edge of the throat plate,
the teeth of the differential feed-dog 5 0.9 to 1.0 mm and the teeth of
the auxiliary feed-dog 6 0.6 to 0.7 mm.
– Turn the handwheel in direction of rotation until the feed-dogs are
in their highest position.
– Check the position of the feed-dogs to the throat plate.
Correction
– Unscrew throat plate.
– Loosen screws 1, 2 and 3 a little.
– Put throat plate on again.
– Set the height of the feed-dogs.
– Remove the throat plate.
– Tighten screws 1, 2 and 3.
– Put throat plate on again and tighten.
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2.5 Presser foot
2.5.1
Presser foot lift head EX5204
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the presser foot lift only with the sewing unit
switched off.
3
Standard
When the piston rod 7 is extended, the lever 6 should abut on screw 5
and the clearance under the sewing feet should amount to 4 mm.
8
7
Correction
– Loosen counternut 4 and screw the screw 5 down completely.
– Swivel the sewing foot in.
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the teeth of the
feed-dog are underneath the top edge of the throat plate.
– Loosen screw 2 and press ring 1 backwards as far as it will go.
– Tighten screw 2 in this position.
Take care that ring 1 and lever 3 have no axial backlash.
– Press lever 6 down until there is a distance of approx. 4 mm
between sewing foot and throat plate.
– Let screw 5 abut on lever 6 in this position and fix it by a locknut.
Note
If lever 6 does not abut on screw 5 when the piston rod 7 of the
cylinder is extended, please proceed as follows:
– Loosen nut 8.
– Shift cylinder 1 correspondingly.
– Tighten nut 8.
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2.5.2
Presser foot lift head S52
2
3
4
9
10
1
7
6
5
11
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the presser foot lift only with the sewing unit
switched off.
Standard
When the piston rod 1 is extended, the lever 4 should abut on screw 6
and the clearance under the sewing feet should amount to 5 mm.
Furthermore there should be a distance of 0.3 mm between stop 11
and screw 10 in this position.
8
1
Correction
– Loosen counternut 5 and screw the screw 6 down completely.
– Swivel the sewing foot in.
– Turn handwheel in direction of rotation until the teeth of the
feed-dog are underneath the top edge of the throat plate.
– Loosen screw 2 and press ring 3 backwards as far as it will go.
– Tighten screw 2 in this position.
Take care that ring 3 and lever 4 have no axial backlash.
– Press lever 7 down until there is a distance of approx. 5 mm
between sewing foot and throat plate.
– Let screw 6 abut on lever 4 in this position and fix it by a locknut.
Note
If lever 4 does not abut on screw 6 when the piston rod 1 of the
cylinder is extended, please proceed as follows:
– Loosen nut 8.
– Shift cylinder 1 correspondingly.
– Tighten nut 8.
– Loosen screw 9.
– Turn screw 10 in such a way that there is a distance of approx. 0.3
mm between screw 10 and stop 11.
Take care that lever 7 is pressed down as far as it will go.
– Tighten screw 9.
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2.5.3
Presser foot
1
3
2
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the presser foot only with the sewing unit switched
off.
3
Standard checking
When the feed-dogs are in their lowest position, the sole of the presser
foot should be 0.1 to 0.2 mm up at the front.
Furthermore, the needle hole of the sewing foot and that of the throat
plate should be in line.
– Move the feed-dogs in low position.
– Check the presser foot position.
Correction
– Loosen screws 2 and 3.
– Shift the presser foot in such a way that the needle hole of the
presser foot and that of the throat plate are in line.
– Tighten screws 2 and 3.
Take care that the sole of the presser foot is above the throat plate
in parallel position.
– Turn screw 1 in such a way that the sole of the presser foot is 0.1
to 0.2 mm up at the front.
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2.6 Upper and lower knife
2.6.1
Exchanging and adjusting the upper knife
Head EX 5205-22/233-6KS
Head S52 134B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
3
2
1
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Exchange and adjust the upper knife only with the sewing unit
switched off.
Standard
In the lowest position of the upper knife the front edge of the blade
should be 0.5 to 1.0 mm underneath the top edge of the throat plate.
Correction
– Turn the handwheel until the needles are in their top reverse point
and swivel the sewing foot out.
– Screw off screw 1.
– Remove the knife holder 2 with the knife.
– Loosen screw 3 and remove the knife.
– Insert a new,sharp knife and tighten with screw 3.
– Insert knife holder 2 and tighten slightly with screw 1.
– Turn the handwheel until the knife is in its lowest position.
– Shift the knife in such a way that it slightly abuts on the lower knife
and the front edge of the blade is approx. 0.5 to 1.0 mm
underneath the top edge of the throat plate.
Head S52 134B only
– Let the stops 4 and 5 abut on the knife in this position and tighten
screws 1 and 3.
– Turn the handwheel until the knife is in its highest position.
– Loosen screw 6.
– Shift the lower knife to the left and let it spring against the upper
knife.
– Tighten screw 6.
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2.6.2
Changing and adjusting the lower knife
Head EX 5205-22/233-6KS
Head S52 134B
1
2
4
3
4
3
2
1
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Exchange and adjust the lower knife only with the sewing unit switched
off.
Standard
The blade of the lower knife has to be flush with the top edge of the
throat plate.
Correction
– Remove the fabric sliding sheet.
– Swivel the sewing foot out.
– Loosen screw 4.
– Draw the holder of the lower knife 3 to the left as far as it will go
and tighten screw 4 slightly.
– Loosen screw 2 and remove the old knife.
– Insert a new, sharp knife in guide 1 in such a way that the blade is
flush with the top edge of the throat plate.
– Tighten screw 2.
– Turn the handwheel until the upper knife is in its highest position.
– Loosen screw 4 and let the holder of the lower knife 3 spring
against the upper knife.
– Tighten screw 4.
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3
2.7 Thread regulation of overlock hook
1
2
3
4
5
10
9
8
7
6
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the thread regulation only with the sewing unit
switched off.
Standard
The position of the individual thread guides or thread pullers is
dependent on the material, the sewing thread and the stitch type.
Therefore the following setting values have to be regarded as standard
values only.
Correction
– Turn the handwheel until the right hook is in its top reverse point.
– Loosen screw 10 and shift the thread puller 9 in such a way that
there is a distance of approx. 32 mm between the middle of the
screw and the middle of the eyelet.
– Tighten screw 10.
Take care that the thread puller 9 is in vertical position.
– Loosen screws 6 and 8 a little.
– Position the thread pullers 3 and 7 as shown in the illustration.
– Tighten screws 6 and 8.
– Loosen screw 4 a little.
– Position the thread guide 5 as shown in the illustration.
– Tighten screw 4.
– Loosen screw 2 a little.
– Shift the thread guide 1 in such a way that the screw 2 is in the
centre of the longitudinal hole.
– Tighten screw 2.
Note
If the seam requires more or less thread, shift the thread pullers 3 and
7 in the direction “+” or “-” respectively.
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3.
Adjusting the sewing unit
3.1 Adjusting the light barrier
2
1
5
4
3
Caution: Risk of injury!
The adjustment of the light barrier is done with the sewing unit
switched on.
Carry out adjustment and function test with utmost caution.
3
Aligning the light barrier
The light barrier 2 has to be aligned to the area 1 of the machine head.
– Loosen screws 4 and 5.
– Align the light barrier support 3 correspondingly.
– Tighten screws 4 and 5.
6
5
Adjusting the light barrier intensity
– Turn the sensitivity potentiometer 5 at the front above the
light-emitting diode 6 to the left stop (minimum sensitivity).
– Turn the potentiometer in clockwise direction until the light-emitting
diode 6 switches on.
– For a safe light barrier function turn the potentiometer once again
in clockwise direction.
If the light-emitting diode does not shine, the light barrier should be
cleaned, reset or exchanged.
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3.2 Setting the seam width
4
3
2
1
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Set the stop for the sewing width only with the sewing unit switched off.
Standard
The seam width can be slightly changed by adjusting the material
stop 2 and the sewing foot 3.
The stop 2 must completely abut on sewing foot 3 so that the material
cannot be pushed up between sewing foot and stop while sewing.
Correction
– Loosen screw 1.
– Push stop 2 backwards.
– Loosen screw 4.
– Shift sewing foot guide 3 correspondingly.
– Tighten screw 4.
– Push material stop 2 completely against the sewing foot 3.
– Tighten screw 1.
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3.3 Adjusting the swivelling device
3
2
1
5
4
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Adjust the swivelling device only with the sewing unit switched off.
3
Standard
The swivelling device 2 must swivel out so far that the two stamps 1
are in parallel and close position to the table top edge 3.
Correction of the swivelling width
– Loosen nut 5.
– Shift the swivelling device correspondingly.
– Tighten nut 5.
Correction of the stamp position
– Loosen nut 6.
– Turn stamp 1 correspondingly.
– Tighten nut 6.
1
6
1
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3.4 Direct sewing drive
3.4.1
Setting the reference
1
Caution: Risk of injury!
Switch the main switch off.
Check and adjust the hook setting only with the sewing unit switched
off.
Standard
When the needle is in the position “7 mm after the bottom dead
centre”, the drive belt has to be put on in such a way that the feather
key 2 in the motor shaft points to the marking 1 in the motor casing.
Correction
– Remove the toothed belt.
– Move the needle bar in the position “7 mm after the bottom dead
centre” by handwheel.
– Turn the motor shaft in such a way that the feather key 2 in the
motor shaft points to the marking 1 in the motor casing.
– Put the toothed belt on again.
7 mm
bottom dead centre
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4.
Oil lubrication
Caution: Risk of injury !
Oil can cause skin eruption.
Avoid a longer contact with the skin.
Wash yourself thoroughly after a contact.
ATTENTION !
The handling and disposal of mineral oils is subject to legal
regulations.
Deliver used oil to an authorized collecting station.
Conserve your environment.
Be careful not to spill any oil.
4.1 Oil change and oil filter change
2
5
3
1
4
6
3
4 weeks after the initial start-up and subsequently every two years an
oil change has to be carried out with the machine head disassembled.
The oil filter should be cleaned or exchanged every two years.
7
8
Note
If the oil pressure gauge 5 does not move downwards when the
machine head is running or if the oil is dirty, the oil filter has to be
cleaned or exchanged.
– Unscrew the drain screw 1 and collect the used oil in a collecting
basin.
– Screw drain screw 1 in again.
– Unscrew screws 6 of the cover.
– Screw one of the screws 6 in filter 8 and unscrew the filter.
– Clean or exchange filter 8.
– Insert a new gasket 7, put the cover on again and tighten.
– Unscrew screw 2 and fill in oil until the point of the oil level
indicator 3 has reached the upper marking of the oil inspection
glass 4.
We recommend to use oil with a density of 0.865 g/cm³ at 15 ° C.
– Insert screw 2 again.
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5.
Maintenance
Caution: Risk of injury !
Switch the main switch off.
The maintenance of the sewing unit must only be done with the
machine switched off.
The daily or weekly maintenance work (cleaning and oiling) to be
carried out by the operators of the sewing unit is described in the
operating instructions (chapter 8). This is listed in the following table
for the sake of completeness only.
Maintenance work to be carried out
Machine head
- Remove sewing dust and thread remainders
- Check the oil level
- First oil change
- Subsequent oil change
Control box
- Remove sewing dust and thread remainders
- Keep the fan grill clean
Suction device
- Empty the container
- Clean the zone under the fabric sliding sheet from sewing dust and
thread remainders
Pneumatic system
- Check the water level in the pressure regulator
- Clean the filter insert in the maintenance unit
- Make leak test of the system
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Operating hours
8
40
160
500
X
X
X
every 2 years
X
X
X
X
X
X
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