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DURKOPP ADLER 540 - 100 Operating instructions
540-100-1
CNC-Doppelsteppstich-Knopflochautomat
CNC double lockstitch buttonholer
Bedienanleitung / Operating Instructions
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Aufstellanleitung / Installation Instructions
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Serviceanleitung / Service Instructions
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Postfach 17 03 51, D-33703 Bielefeld Ÿ Potsdamer Straße 190, D-33719 Bielefeld
Deutsch/Englisch
Telefon +49 (0) 5 21/ 59 25-00 Ÿ Telefax +49 (0) 5 21/ 9 25 24 35 Ÿ www.duerkopp-adler.com
Ausgabe / Edition:
09/2009
Änderungsindex
Rev. index: 01.0
Printed in Federal Republic of Germany
Teile-Nr.:/Part-No.:
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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.
13. The line cord should be equipped with a country-specific mains
plug. This work must be carried out by appropriately trained
technicians (see paragraph 8).
It is absolutely necessary to respect the safety
instructions marked by these signs.
Danger of bodily injuries !
Please note also the general safety instructions.
Contents
Page:
Foreword and general safety instructions
Part 1: Operating Instructions Class 540-100-1
(Edition: 09/2009)
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1.1
1.2
Product description
Designated use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Subclasses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9
3.10
Operating the machine head
Needle threading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Winding the hook thread . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the bobbin . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the needle . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the knife . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the knife height . . . . . . . . . . .
Thread tension (540-100) . . . . . . . . . . .
Electronic thread tension (540-100-1) . . .
Regulating the sewing basket lifting height
Regulating the sewing basket pressure . .
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4.4.1
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4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
4.7.3
4.7.4
Control panel and control unit
Control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control panel elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing parameter values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Numerical values . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parameter selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Main menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hook thread monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hook thread counter adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Soft start on / off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sequences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching the sequence mode on / off . . . . . . . . . . .
Select a sequence in the sequence mode (Main menu) .
Automatic or manual mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming of sequences. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming of a single sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding a buttonhole at the end of a sequence . . . . . .
Deleting a buttonhole within the buttonhole sequence . .
Inserting a buttonhole within the buttonhole sequence .
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Contents
Page:
5.
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
Buttonhole programming
Composition of a buttonhole . . . . . .
Submenu programming (general view)
Parameter programming mode . . . . .
Adjusting the cut length . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a start variant . . . . . . . . .
Setting buttonhole seam . . . . . . . .
Setting bartack . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selectable bartack types . . . . . . . .
Programming menu “bartack” . . . . .
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6.1
6.2
6.3
Knitwear mode
Selecting or switching off knitwear mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Submenu basting stitch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Submenu zigzag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
Sewing procedure
Normal sewing procedure . . . . .
Interruption of sewing procedure
Interruption by the operator . . . .
Clearing thread breakage . . . . .
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Error messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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9.1
9.2
Maintenance
Cleaning and inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oil lubrication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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1.
Product description
The Dürkopp Adler 540-100-1 is a CNC double lockstitch buttonhole
machine with stepping motor technology for the sewing of flat form
linen button holes in light to medium weight material. Maximum
buttonhole length is 65 mm and maximum buttonhole width is 6 mm
(equipment dependent).
Including a knife for all cutting lengths, longitudinal or transversal
setting possible, fine adjustment of the buttonhole with the push of a
button, integrated direct DC drive.
Additional functions:
– Selectable bartack forms :
Cross tack (vertical), Cross tack (horizontal), Cross tack (divided),
Round tack (to the middle point), Round tack (horizontal), Taper
tack, Eye tack, Simple tack, Snaffle-shaped tack
– 50 variable seam makers
– 20 Buttonhole – each sequence can be programmed with a
maximum of 20 buttonholes
– Programmable sewing revolution to a max. of 4000 stitches/min
– Soft start
– Bobbin capacity meter
– Daily quantity meter
– Multi test functions
– Voltage rating: 1 x 190 - 240V 50/60Hz
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1.1 Designated use
The DÜRKOPP ADLER 540-100-1 is an automatic sewing machine
designed for sewing buttonholes in light to medium-heavy material.
Such material, which is generally made of textile or synthetic fibres, is
used in the clothing industry. This sewing machine can also be used to
produce so-called technical seams. In this case, however, the operator
must assess the possible dangers which may arise (with which
DÜRKOPP ADLER would be happy to assist), since such applications
are on the one hand relatively unusual and, on the other, they are so
varied that no single set of criteria can cover them all. The outcome of
this assessment may require appropriate safety measures to be taken.
Generally only dry material may be sewn with this machine. The
material may be no thicker than 4 mm when compressed by the
lowered upper material sewing basket.
The material may not contain any hard objects. The machine may only
be operated with finger and eye protection. The seam is generally
produced with sewing threads of gauge up to 65/2 Nm (synthetic
threads with or without cotton covering). Before using any other thread
the possible dangers arising must be assessed and appropriate safety
measures taken if necessary. This machine may be set up and
operated only in dry, well-maintained premises. If it is used in other
premises which are not dry and well-maintained it may be necessary
to take further precautions (which should be agreed in advance - see
EN 60204-31: 1999). As manufacturers of industrial sewing machines
we proceed on the assumption that personnel who work on our
products will have received training at least sufficient to acquaint them
with all normal operations and with any hazards which these may
involve.
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1.2 Sub classes
540-100-1
For the sewing of raised-form or flat-form linen buttonholes in light to
middle weight material, with electronically driven thread tensioner.
Buttonhole length max. 70 mm, buttonhole width max. 6 mm. A knife for
all cut lengths.
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Technical data
Machine head:
Class 540-100-1
Needle system:
System 265 with slightly rounded head
Needle thickness:
70 – 100 (dependent on equipment )
Threads:
Synthetic thread and synthetic thread with cotton covering
up to 65/2 Nm
Stitch type:
Double lockstitch ( 304 )
Stitch number:
Max. 4000 RPM (adjustable)
Double stitch distance:
0,2 - 3 mm
Sewing foot stroke:
12 mm
Buttonhole length :
6 - 70 mm (dependent on equipment)
Buttonhole width:
3 - 6 mm (dependent on equipment)
Cut length:
6 - 65 mm
Power rating:
1,3 kW
Operating pressure:
6 bar
Air consumption:
approx.4 NL per working cycle
Rated voltage:
1 ~ 230 V, 50/60 Hz
1~ 190 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Frame:
1060 x 620 x 1250 mm (L x B x H)
Work height:
780 - 880 mm (Top edge of table top)
Weight:
ca. 100 kg (with frame)
ca. 70 Kg (without frame)
Rated noise level :
Lc = 79 dB (A) Emission value per workplace according to
DIN 45635-48-B-1 (sewing cycle 3.6 s ON and 1.0 s OFF).
Buttonhole width: 4 mm
Cutting length:
17 mm
Speed:
4.000 min -1
Stitch length:
0.6 mm
Fabric:
G1 DIN 23328 two-ply
3.
Operating the machine head
3.1 Needle threading
Caution: Danger of injury !
The needle should only be threaded when the sewing automat is
switched off.
- Thread needle according to diagram
540-100-1
540-100
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3.2 Winding the hook thread
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Threading the hook thread is independent of sewing operation.
– Put the thread on the thread stand.
– Thread the hook as shown in the picture.
– Put the empty bobbin onto the bobbin winder 1.
– Wind the hook thread clockwise about 5 times around the bobbin
core.
– Swing winder lever 2 towards spool and click in.
The thread will be wound on.
– Winder lever 2 ends the spooling event when the bobbin is full.
– After spooling snap out the bobbin thread from thread clamp 3.
3.3 Changing the bobbin
Caution: Danger of injury !
The bobbin should only be changed when the sewing automat is
switched off.
Remove empty bobbin.
– Open bobbin case lid.
– Flip up the clip 5 and remove the top of the bobbin housing with
bobbin.
– Remove the bobbin from the top of the bobbin housing.
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5
Threading the bobbin
– Place the full bobbin in the bobbin housing top, whereby the bobbin
has to turn in anti-clockwise direction when the hook threader is
pulled.
– Pass the hook thread through the slit 6 and under the spring.
– Dependent on chosen buttonhole the hook thread has to go
through slit 9 for raised-form buttonholes and slit 10 for flat-form
buttonholes.
Setting the hook thread tension
– Set the hook thread tension by turning screw 12 so that the bobbin
housing slowly sinks with its own weight when the hook thread is
held tight.
– Flat-form buttonholes will require a higher tension.
Fitting of bobbin housing
– Put the bobbin housing top along with the bobbin on the bobbin
housing bottom, make sure that the clip 5 audibly snaps into place.
– Close bobbin case lid.
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3.4 Changing the needle
Caution: Danger of injury !
Switch off at main power switch ! Only change the needle when the
sewing automat is switched off !
1
–
–
–
–
–
Loosen screw 1.
Pull needle form the needle bar.
Insert the new needle to the stop in the bore of the needle bar.
Set the needle so that the needle scarf lies on the backward facing
side of the knife.
Tighten screw 1.
CAUTION !
If the needle thickness is changed, the distance between the hook
and the needle may need to be changed.
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3.5 Changing the knife
Caution: Danger of injury !
Switch off at main power switch ! Only change the knife when the
sewing automat is switched off !
CAUTION !
Ensure that the lifted basket has a minimum distance of 1mm between
the upper thread scissors and the bottom knife edge.
2
3
1
Knife removal
– Loosen screw 2.
– Remove knife 3.
Knife insertion
– Insert new knife and set it right at the top.
– Tighten screw 1.
Note!
If the cut does not occur in the middle of the buttonhole or not parallel
to the buttonhole seam, the knife needs to be readjusted.
Instructions for service 540-100-1, Chapter: Knife adjustment.
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3.6 Checking the knife height
Rule:
The knife point is needed only when diving into the material. The knife
point should not leave the throat plate during the cutting procedure.
CAUTION !
Ensure that the lifted basket has a minimum distance of 1mm
between the upper thread scissors and the bottom knife edge.
Note !
When a knife is sharpened, its length will be shorter.
With the insertion of the sharpened knife the knife height may
need to be corrected.
Adjusting:
– Position the material under the clamp and start the sewing process.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Stop the sewing process during the cutting process on the reverse
buttonhole seam stitch by pushing the pedal backwards.
Make the slit on the throat plate visible by pulling the material a
little away from the clamp.
Turn the hand wheel in the direction of rotation until the knife has
reached its highest position to the throat plate.
In this position 0.2 mm of the knife point should remain dipped in
the throat plate slit.
Knife height adjustment: Loosen screw 1.
Push the knife as far as needed until the correct knife position has
been reached.
Re-tighten screw 1.
Loosen screw 3.
Push stop 2 right up to the knife
Re-tighten screw 3.
End the sewing process by pushing the pedal backwards.
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2
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3.7 Thread tension (540-100)
1
2
Thread tension 1
The tension serves the purpose of sewing flat-form tacks and
buttonhole seams.
The tension is always effective and opens only with thread cutting.
1
Thread tension 2
The thread tension can be switched on and off. The complete tension
of thread tension 1 and thread tension 2 generate raised-form tacks
and buttonhole seams. The selection can be freely programmed for
each buttonhole section of a buttonhole.
The tension is only effective if programmed and opens during thread
cutting.
Check:
– Thread the needle and hook thread with different coloured yarn.
– Make a trial seam.
– For the flat parts of the buttonhole the cross-over point of the
thread should be in the middle of the material.
Setting: Change the thread tension 1
– For the raised parts of the buttonhole the cross-over point of the
thread should be on the top side of the material.
Setting: Change the thread tension 2 until the seam pattern is
regular.
With the correct setting, in the flat buttonhole parts the upper thread
and in the raised buttonhole parts only the looper thread will be visible
on the material top side.
Increase tension
Reduce tension
Turn knurled nut clockwise.
Turn knurled nut anti-clockwise.
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Notes:
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3.8 Electronic thread tension (540-100-1)
1
Setting or altering the thread tension values
– Switch on the machine.
– Display the main menu.
– Select the menu item “Thread tension” using the p and q keys
and confirm by pressing “OK”.
Seam
Bartack
[%] : value (e.g. 35)
[%] : value (e.g. 20)
Explanation
Changes the forward/backward seam
Changes the upper/lower bartack
Seam (fwd.)
Upper bartack
Seam (bw.)
Lower bartack
[%]
[%]
[%]
[%]
Different
Different
Different
Different
Knitwear
mode invoked
st
1 stitch
Start
End
:
:
:
:
value
value
value
value
(e.g.
(e.g.
(e.g.
(e.g.
35)
20)
35)
20)
[%] : value (e.g. 10)
[%] : value (e.g. 15)
[%] : value (e.g. 15)
Basting stitch [%] : value (e.g. 15)
1 ZZ Ÿ
[%] : value (e.g. 20)
1 ZZ [%] : value (e.g. 20)
values
values
values
values
for
for
for
for
forward seam (leading)
upper bartack
backward seam (trailing)
lower bartack
Seam beginning area
Knotting area of the stitch
Tension of the straight securing stitches
Forward seam of the knitted fabric
Backward seam of the knitted fabric
Copying No.:
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3.9 Regulating the sewing basket lifting height
1
2
3
CAUTION !
Ensure that,
– a distance of at least 1 mm lies between top thread cutter and the
knife bottom edge of the lifted basket
– the knife point does not protrude out of the basket bottom.
Factory setting for the basket lifting height is 12 mm. Adjust the basket
lifting height in the following way:
– Switch off the machine.
– Loosen screws 1 and 2.
– Increase the basket lifting height: Turn set screw 3 clockwise.
–
–
Reduce basket lifting height: Turn set screw 3 anti-clockwise.
Tighten screws 1 and 2.
Switch on the machine and check settings.
3.9 Regulating the sewing basket pressure
–
The sewing basket pressure is adjusted using screw 4.
Increase pressure:
Reduce pressure:
4
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Turn screw 4 clockwise.
Turn screw 4 anti-clockwise.
4.
Control panel and control unit
In this operating manual only the functions of the keys and the
parameter changes that the operator can make are listed.
4.1 Control panel
Through the operating panel the control is programmed and the
functions for the respective seams are set. This occurs partly through
direct pressing of the corresponding key or through parameter
adjustment. The input of parameters occurs in programming mode “P”.
The parameter and the corresponding values are shown on the display.
In order to avoid inadvertent changes of parameters, the operation of
the control panel is sub-divided into several levels (operator,
technician, manufacturer)
The operator (seamstress) can directly access his/her level.
Access to other levels is only possible after the input of a code number.
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4.1.1
Key
Control panel elements
Function
When no input panel is activated:
– Change to the higher level menu.
–
In the main menu, change between the buttonhole programs within
a sequence.
When an input panel is activated:
– Change between the digits tenths, units and tens.
–
Change lines within the menu. The active line appears white on
black.
When an input panel is activated:
– Increase or decrease the value of the corresponding digit by 1 or
with functions having several options change between the options,
e.g. “Buttonhole seam tension on” and “Buttonhole seam tension
off”.
–
Activate the input panel. The value can be changed by using “ñ”
and “ò” keys .
When an input panel is activated:
– The set value will be accepted
–
–
–
Change from a submenu back to sewing mode.
Resolve a thread breakage – repair mode, the basket drives to the
end position, raises and releases the material
After stopping the sewing procedure the basket drives to the end
position, raises and releases the material
When an input panel is activated:
– An input is discontinued. The previous value remains valid.
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–
The control changes from sewing mode to programming mode. The
buttonhole parameters can be changed in this mode.
–
The control changes from either the sewing mode or programming
mode to the sequence programming mode.
–
The control changes from the sewing mode to the technician mode.
This mode can only be activated by entering a code. In this
operating condition basic machine parameters can be set,
diagnosis and calibration programs can be started
4.2 Changing parameter values
4.2.1
Numerical values
Numerical values can be altered in the following ways:
– With the arrow keys ñ and ò choose the line in which the value
needs to be changed.
– Press the OK key.
The curser blinks under the position of the value to be changed.
– With the arrow keys ï and ð change between the values.
– With the arrow keys ñ and ò increase or decrease the chosen
value.
With parameters that can not be arbitrarily changed, by pressing of
the arrow keys ñ and ò another possible parameter is shown on
the display.
– Press the OK key.
The set value will be accepted.
– If the set value is not to be accepted, press the ESC-key.
The original value or setting will be reestablished.
4.2.1
Parameter selection
1
With some parameters several choices are available.
The parameter can be changed in the following way:
– With the arrow keys ñ and ò choose the line with the parameter to
is be changed.
– Press the OK key.
– With the arrow keys ñ and ò change between the possibilities. The
respective parameter is shown.
– Press the OK key. The set value or parameter will be accepted.
– If the set value or parameter is not to be accepted, press the
ESC-key.
The original value or parameter setting will be reestablished.
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4.3 Main menu
Symbol
Parameter
Meaning
Buttonhole number
N1
Selection of the buttonhole to be sewn
- Program number 1 to 50 contains
buttonhole programs. Program number 51
and 52 contain free contour sewing
programs.
- The preprogrammed form of the chosen
buttonhole is shown in the left half of the
display.
- Additionally an info window is shown with
some buttonhole specific values:
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Cut length
Intermediate fabric
Buttonhole seam stitch length
Buttonhole width
Thread tension
N2
Selection of the submenu for changing the
thread tension values. Only visible when
the electric thread tension control is
activated
Cut length
N3
- Selection of buttonhole cut length
from 6 – 65 mm
- The setting is dependent of the buttonhole
number.
Speed
N4
- Selection of sewing speed for the buttonhole
to be sewn from von 200 - 4000 RPM.
The setting is dependent of the buttonhole
number.
- If the set sewing speed is less than the soft
start speed a cautionary warning is
displayed and the soft start is switched off.
- The high speed that is here selectable can
be set in the technician level.
Soft start
N5
Soft start switch on and off
- Number of soft start stitches and their
sewing speed can be preset in the
technician level.
Daily quantity counter
N6
The daily quantity counter counts the number
of sewn buttonholes.
- By pressing the “OK”- key twice, the daily
quantity counter will be reset to zero.
Hook thread counter
N7
Display of the current hook thread counter
state (when active) and selection of the
submenu for the changing of the initial value
and for the switching on and off of the hook
thread counter.
Repair mode
N8
Repair mode.
4.4 Hook thread monitoring
Hook thread monitoring mode of operation:
Hook thread monitoring is carried out by counting the buttonholes.
With the insertion of a full bobbin the hook thread counter is set to a
predetermined value. This value is subtracted by one with each
complete cycle. When the value 0 is reached the operator receives an
information message.
There should be some remaining thread on the bobbin.
Note
This principle only functions when the same amount of bobbin
thread is used per buttonhole or sequence. Changing frequently the
cut length, buttonhole form or buttonhole parameter changes the
amount of bobbin thread used per buttonhole.
4.4.1
Hook thread counter adjustment
Select the submenu “Hook thread counter”
– With the ñ and ò keys choose in the main menu the line “Hook
thread counter”.
– Press OK- key.
The submenu “Hook thread counter“ is displayed.
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Submenu “Hook thread counter” displayed parameters:
Current hook thread counter value
N7.1
Sets the display in the main menu to the initial value indicated in N7.2
below.
– With the ñ and ò keys select the relevant line.
– By pressing the OK-key the indicated value in the main menu will
be set to the initial value.
– The display changes automatically back to the main menu.
Initial value
N7.2
Total number of possible buttonholes with the remaining thread on the
bobbin.
– Select the relevant line with the ñ and ò keys.
– Press the OK-key.
The curser blinks under the position of a numerical value.
– Move between the digits with the keys ï and ð.
– Increase or decrease the digit value with the keys ñ and ò.
– Confirm with the OK-key.
– Choose line N7.1 with the arrow keys ñ and ò
–
–
By pressing the OK-key the indicated value in the main menu will
be set to the initial value.
The display changes automatically back to the main menu.
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Hook thread counter on and off
N7.3
The function of the hook thread counter is either switched on or off.
– Select the relevant line with the ñ and ò keys.
– Press the OK-key.
–
Select the parameter On or Off by using the arrow keys ñ and ò. The
main menu will indicate no parameter with the hook thread counter
switched off.
4.5 Soft start on /off
–
Select the “Soft start” in the main menu with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
Press the OK-key.
–
Select the parameter On or Off by using the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
Press the OK-key.
Note !
The number and sewing speed of the soft start stitch can be
preset in the technician level.
If a main sewing speed is less than the soft start sewing speed,
the soft start will be automatically switched off.
4.6 Sequences
4.6.1
General
Single buttonhole mode
One buttonhole can be selected from a total of 50 preprogrammed
buttonhole programs. Memory locations 51 and 52 can be used for free
sewing contours.
This buttonhole will be sewn until another buttonhole is selected.
Sequence mode
The seamstress will be in a position to sew a sequence of different
buttonholes without having to push a key on the control panel.
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·
·
20 different sequences can be created and saved in the memory.
Each sequence can contain up to 20 buttonholes.
In principle all buttonholes can be selected in one sequence.
Note
A plausibility check of the individual buttonhole parameters is first
made when the sequence is selected in the sewing mode!
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4.6.2
Switching the sequence mode on / off
Switching the sequence mode on or off
– Press the S-key.
The control panel changes to the menu for the programming of
buttonholes sequences.
– With the arrow keys ñ and ò select the relevant line
– Press the OK-key.
– With the arrow keys ñ and ò choose between on(sequence mode)
or off (single buttonhole mode)
– Confirm by pressing the OK-key.
–
4.6.3
To return to the main menu press the ESC-key.
Select a sequence in the sequence mode (Main menu)
After switching on, the top line of the display will appear white on
black. The last used sewing sequence will be displayed.
Select another sequence
– Press the OK-key.
– Moving between the sequences can be achieved by using the
arrow keys ñ and ò.
– Confirm by pressing the OK-key.
4.6.4
1
Automatic or manual mode
02 ð 05 ð 12 ð 09
Automatic operation
In the sequence that is shown on the display, arrows will be displayed
between the buttonhole forms.
– After sewing a buttonhole, the control will change automatically to
the next buttonhole form.
– After sewing the last buttonhole, the control will change again to
the first buttonhole within the sequence.
– The current buttonhole will be indicated with a bar.
– The form of each chosen buttonhole will be shown in the left half of
the display.
02 – 05 – 12 – 09
Manual operation
In the sequence that is shown on the display, no arrows will be
displayed between the buttonhole forms.
– The control does not change automatically between the buttonhole
forms.
– The current buttonhole will be indicated with a bar.
– The form of each chosen buttonhole will be shown in the left half of
the display.
Change between automatic and manual operation
– Choose the relevant line in which the current sequence is
displayed using the arrow keys ñ and ò
– Press the OK-key.
– Change between the two operational modes using the arrow keys
ñ and ò.
– Confirm by pressing the OK-key.
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Select another buttonhole to be sewn within the sequence
Selection between the different programmed buttonholes is always
possible when the sewing menu is displayed
– Press the arrow keys ï or ð.
The next or previous buttonhole is selected within the displayed
sequence.
4.7 Programming of sequences
Up to 20 buttonhole sequences can be programmed.
Each sequence can contain up to 20 buttonholes.
4.7.1
Programming a single sequence
Select program menu sequence
– Press the key “S” on the control panel.
The control panel changes to the buttonhole programming
sequence menu.
– Press the ESC-key to leave this menu.
Selection of the sequence number
– Select the line for choosing the sequence number with the arrow
keys ñ and ò.
– Press the OK-key.
– Select the sequence number to be programmed with the keys ñ
and ò.
– Press the OK-key to confirm.
Default example:
Buttonhole 1: 1
Buttonhole 2: 0
Programming example: Buttonhole 1: 19
Buttonhole 2: 2
Buttonhole 3: 0
Buttonhole sequence programming
– Select line “Buttonhole 1:” with the arrow keys ñ and ò
– Press the OK-key.
– Select the desired buttonhole program
(1 to 50) with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
– Press the OK-key to confirm the selection.
With the confirmation of the buttonhole program a new menu line
appears containing the buttonhole to be programmed next
– The last line of a buttonhole sequence program always shows the
buttonhole number “Buttonhole X: 0", unless all 20 programs are
occupied.
– Press the ESC-key to return to the main menu.
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4.7.2
4.7.3
Adding a buttonhole at the end of a sequence
–
Select the last line “Buttonhole X: 0" in the programmed buttonhole
sequence with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
–
Press the OK-key.
Select the desired buttonhole program (1 to 50) with the arrow
keys ñ and ò.
–
Press the OK-key to confirm the selection.
With the confirmation of the buttonhole program a new menu line
appears containing the buttonhole to be programmed.
–
Press the ESC-key to return to main menu.
Deleting a buttonhole within the buttonhole sequence
–
Select the buttonhole program line that is to be deleted with the
arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
Press the OK-key.
–
Select buttonhole program “0" with the arrow keys ñ and ò
–
Press the OK-key to confirm.
With the confirmation the selected buttonhole will be deleted. Following
buttonholes (if any) will move up.
– Press the ESC-key to return to the main menu.
4.7.4
Inserting a buttonhole within the buttonhole sequence
Note
The insertion of a single buttonhole program within a buttonhole
sequence is not possible.
–
–
Make a note of the programmed buttonholes following.
Select the desired line of the programmed buttonhole sequence
with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
–
–
Press the OK-key.
Select the desired buttonhole program (1 to 50) with the arrow
keys ñ and ò. Press the OK-key to confirm the setting.
Then alter the following buttonholes according to your notes.
–
Press the ESC-key to return to main menu.
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5.
Buttonhole programming
5.1 Composition of a buttonhole
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First bartack
First bartack to be sewn in connection to the
leading buttonhole seam
Final bartack
Final bartack in connection to the trailing
buttonhole seam
Leading buttonhole
seam
Buttonhole seam from sewing start to the first
bartack
Trailing buttonhole
seam
Buttonhole seam between first bartack and
final bartack
Buttonhole width
Distance between the outer stitches of a
buttonhole
Cut length
Length of the knife’s cutting edge in mm
Cut length
Length of the buttonhole to be cut in mm
(=Buttonhole seam length)
Intermediate material
width
Distance between the inner stitches of the
leading buttonhole seam and the trailing
buttonhole seam
Throw width
= Buttonhole seam width
Stitch distance
Distance between double stitches in the y-axis
Length in front of the
cut
Distance between the first bartack and the cut
Length behind the cut
Distance between the final bartack and the cut
Leading and trailing
buttonhole seam
Leading buttonhole seam is symmetrical to the
trailing buttonhole seam with the cut length as
symmetrical axis.
Buttonhole width
= Bartack width
The setting “buttonhole width” automatically
gives the bartack width. The bartack width can
be altered with the corresponding parameters
“offset l” and “offset r” in the bartack menu.
Bartack
The final bartack length is the same as the first
bartack length if both bartacks are identical.
The bartack length for both is set in the menu
“First bartack”.
Buttonhole length
The complete buttonhole length is determined
by the cut length + length in front of the cut +
length behind the cut + first bartack length +
final bartack length.
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Characteristics
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5.2 Submenu program (general view)
Intermediate material width: Input
Stitch distance buttonhole seam: Input
Buttonhole width: Input
Buttonhole seam tension: Selection
Cutting: Selection
Length in front of the cut: Input
Length behind the cut: Input
Cut correction x: Input
Correction right side: Input
P
Buttonhole number: Selection
Cut length: Input
Speed: Input
Buttonhole seam parameters
Starting variants: Selection
First bartack parameters
Final bartack parameters
2x seams: Selection
Knitwear: Selection
Basting stitches
Zigzag seams
Cutting: Selection
Copying: Input
First bartack type: Selection
Bartack stitch distance: Input
Bartack length: Input
Width offset right side: Input
Width offset left side: Input
Number of bartack stitches: Input
Bartack tension: Selection
Final bartack: Selection
Bartack stitch distance: Input
Bartack length: Input
Width offset right side: Input
Width offset left side: Input
Number of bartack stitches: Input
Bartack tension: Selection
Number of seams: Selection
Stitch length: Input
Thread tension: Input
Number of seams: Selection
Stitch length: Input
Buttonhole width: Input
Speed: Input
Thread tension leading seam: Input
Thread tension trailing seam: Input
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5.3 Parameter programming mode
Buttonhole number
P1
1 … 50
Selection of the buttonhole number
Cut length
P2
6.0 … 65.0 mm
Speed
P3
200 … 4000 RPM
Dependent on buttonhole
Select the submenu for the selection of
buttonhole seam parameters
Buttonhole seam
parameter
P4
Selection of the sewing start variants
Starting variants
P5
A,B,C,D
Upper bartack
parameter
P6
Select the submenu to adjust the upper
bartack
Lower bartack
parameter
P7
Select the submenu to adjust the lower
bartack
2x seams
P8
ON / OFF
1
Switching on/off of the double-stitching of the
whole buttonhole (the buttonhole is sewn
twice).
Switching the knitwear sewing mode on or off
Knitwear sewing
mode
P9
ON / OFF
Basting stitches
P10*
Selection of the submenu for the setting of the
number of the basting stitches and the display
of the characteristics
Zigzag seams
P11*
Selection of the submenu for the setting of a
second zigzag seam and the display of the
characteristics
Cutting
P12*
Copying from
P13
Cutting during the last cycle
Cutting during the cycle before the last one
Cutting during both cycles
Mú
êM
úú
0 … 50
The buttonhole data of the chosen buttonhole
number is copied into the currently active
buttonhole.
*) Those programs are only visible, if the P9 (Knitwear sewing mode) is switched on.
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5.4 Adjusting the cut length
Correcting the buttonhole length (Cut length). The adjustment is
possible in both, the main menu and programming mode.
– Select the line “cut length” in the main menu with the arrow keys ñ
and ò
– Press the OK-key.
The curser blinks under a digit value.
– Change between the digits with the arrow keys ï and ð.
– Increase or decrease the value of the selected digit with the arrow
keys ñ and ò.
– Press the OK-key to confirm the value.
5.5 Selecting a starting variant
Select a starting variant
The starting variant of the starting stitch serves to ensure the correct
sewing start for different materials and threads. The starting variant is
individually set for each individual buttonhole.
Starting variant A (Standard)
– The starting stitches are flat form stitches.
Starting variant B (Thin material, lining)
– The starting stitches are flat form stitches. With the use of a cross
stitch the upper thread holds better to the material.
Starting variant C (very thin material)
– The starting stitches are flat form stitches.
With the use of forward and backward bartack stitches the upper
thread holds better to the material.
Starting variant D (very thin material)
– Alternative to starting variant C.
Select starting variant:
– Press P-key.
– Select the line “Starting variant” with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
– Press the OK-key.
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–
Select the relevant Starting variant A, B, C or D with the arrow
keys ñ and ò
–
Press the OK-key
–
Press the ESC-key.
5.6 Setting buttonhole seam
In the program menu “Buttonhole seam”
Select program menu Buttonhole seam
– Press the P-key.
–
Select the line “Buttonhole seam” with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
–
Press the OK-key.
Select the relevant line with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
–
–
Press the OK-key. The curser blinks under one of the digit values.
Change between the digits with the arrow keys ï and ð.
Increase or decrease the value of the chosen digit with the arrow
keys ñ and ò.
–
Press the OK-key to confirm. Press the ESC-key.
The following parameters can be changed for the buttonhole seam section:
Intermediate material
width P4.1
- 1,0...+1,0 mm
Distance between the inner stitches of the
buttonhole seam.
Stitch distance within
the buttonhole seam
P4.2
0,3...1,5 mm
Distance in the y-axis of a double stitch.
Buttonhole width
P4.3
1,6...6,0 mm
Overall width of a buttonhole (outer stitches).
Buttonhole seam
tension P4.4
on;off
on: additional thread tension on (raised-form)
off: additional thread tension off (flat-form)
Cutting
P4.5
on;off
on: cutting during the sewing cycle
off: no cutting
Length in front of the
cut P4.6
-P6.3...5,9 mm
1. Correction of the position of the first tack in
relation to the end of the cut
2. Additional buttonhole length in front of the
cut with asymmetrical cutting within the
buttonhole.
Length behind the cut
P4.7
(1.8 mm - P7.3)5,9 mm
1. Correction of the position of the first tack in
relation to the end of the cut
2. Additional buttonhole seam length behind
the cut with asymmetrical cutting within the
buttonhole.
Cut correction x
P4.8
-0,5...+0,5 mm
Position of the cut within the buttonhole on the
x-axis.
Correction right side
P4.9
1
Correction of the right sided buttonhole seam
width, only visible with bartack type A (Cross
bartack).
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5.7 Setting bartack
5.7.1
A
Selectable bartack types
Cross tack (horizontal)
top
bottom
B
Round tack
(to the middle point)
top
bottom
C
Taper tack
top
bottom
D
Round tack (horizontal)
top
bottom
E
Cross tack (vertical)
top
bottom
F
Cross tack (divided)
top
bottom
G
Eye tack
top
bottom
H
Simple tack (bartack)
top
always together
bottom
The upper and lower tacks of the tack types A to G can be freely
combined e.g. G eye tack as the top tack and C taper tack as the lower
tack.
The tack type H simple tack (bar tack) cannot be combined.
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5.7.2
Programming menu “Bartack”
Select programming menu “Bartack”
–
Press the P-key.
–
Select line “upper tack” or “lower tack” with the arrow
keys ñ and ò.
–
–
Press the OK-key.
Select the desired parameter with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
–
–
–
Press the OK-key.
The cursor blinks under a digit of the value.
Change between digits with the arrow keys ï and ð.
Increase or decrease the selected value with the arrow
keys ñ and ò.
–
Press the OK-key to confirm.
–
Press the ESC-key.
According to the selected bartack type the following parameters can be
changed for the bartack section.
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P6.1/ P7.1
A cross tack(horizontal) ,
F Cross tack (divided)
Tack stitch distance
P 6.2/ P 7.2
0.2 ... 1.0 mm
Distance in the y-axis of a double stitch.
Tack length
P 6.3/ P 7.3
0.6 ... 6.0 mm
Length of the tack in the y-axis. The input of
parameter P7.3 is only possible when the top
and bottom tack types are not similar!
Tack width
Right offset
P 6.4/ P 7.4
-1.0 … 1.0 mm
The width of the tack is defined through the
buttonhole width. With the use of the right
offset the width of the tack to the right can be
increased.
Tack width
Left offset
P 6.5/ P 7.5
-1.0 … 1.0 mm
The width of the tack is defined through the
buttonhole width. With the use of the left offset
the width of the tack to the left can be
increased.
Tack tension
P 6.7/ P 7.7
on / off
on: raised form tack
off: flat form tack
P6.1/ P7.1
B Round tack (to the middle point)
Tack stitch number
P 6.6/ P 7.6
2 … 50
Number of stitches, that form the semicircular
tack.
Tacking tension
P 6.7/ P 7.7
on / off
on: raised form tack
off: flat form tack
Tack stitch distance
P 6.2/ P 7.2
0.2 … 1.0 mm
Distance in the y-axis of a double stitch
Tack length
P 6.3/ P 7.3
0.6 … 9.0 mm
Length of the tack in the y-axis
Tack tension
P 6.7/ P 7.7
on / off
on: raised form tack
off: flat form tack
P6.1/ P7.1
P6.1/ P7.1
C Taper tack
D Round tack (horizontal)
Tack stitch distance
P 6.6/ P 7.6
0.3 … 1.0 mm
Distance in the y-axis of a double stitch
Tack tension
P 6.7/ P 7.7
on / off
on: raised form tack
off: flat form tack
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P6.1/ P7.1
E Cross tack (vertical)
Tack stitch distance
P 6.2/ P 7.2
0.2 ... 1.0 mm
Distance in the y-axis of a double stitch
Tack length
P 6.3/ P 7.3
0.6 ... 6.0 mm
Length of the tack in the y-axis. The input of
parameter P7.3 is only possible when the top
and bottom tack types at are not similar!
Tack width
Right offset
P 6.4/ P 7.4
-1.0 … 1.0 mm
The width of the tack is defined through the
buttonhole width. With the use of right offset
the width of the tack to the right can be
increased.
Tack width
Left offset
P 6.5/ P 7.5
-1.0 … 1.0 mm
The width of the tack is defined through the
buttonhole width. With the use of left offset the
width of the tack to the left can be increased.
Moving tack at
the top
P 6.6/ P 7.6
-1.0 … 0 mm
The position of the tack can be pushed down.
Moving tack at the
bottom
P 6.6/ P 7.6
0 … 1.0 mm
The position of the tack can be pushed up.
Tack tension
P 6.7/ P 7.7
on / off
on: raised form tack
off: flat form tack
P6.1/ P7.1
G Eye tack
Tack width
P 6.5/ P 7.5
2.0 … 6.0 mm
External diameter of the eye
Tack stitch number
P 6.3/ P 7.3
2 … 50
Number of outer stitches, that will form the
semicircular tack.
Tack tension
P 6.7/ P 7.7
on / off
on: raised form tack
off: flat form tack
P6.1/ P7.1
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H Simple tack (bartack),
The parameter of the special tack types H
simple tack are changed with the buttonhole
seam parameters.
Stitch distance within
the buttonhole seam
P4.2
0.2 … 1.0 mm
Distance in the y-axis of a double stitch
Buttonhole width
P 4.3
1.0 … 6.0 mm
Total width of the buttonhole
Buttonhole seam
tension
P 4.4
on / off
on: raised form
off: flat form
Stitch length of
tacking stitches
P 4.6
0.2 … 3.0 mm
Stitch distance of tacking stitches
Thread tension of
tacking stitches P 4.7
on / off
Tacking stitch seam resistance
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6. Knitwear mode
Use the knitwear mode when stretchable material is to be sewn. In the
knitwear mode buttonholes are seamed several times in order to
ensure a higher stability.
It is possible to combine a straight basting stitch with a following single
or double zigzag. It is also possible to choose whether cutting should
take place during the last seam sewing or the one before.
The following modes are available:
–
Combination “1”
Double zigzag
Cutting during the last cycle.
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
–
Combination “2”
Double zigzag
Cutting during the cycle before the last one.
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
–
Combination “3”
Basting stitches on
Cutting during the last cycle.
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
–
Combination “4”
Basting stitches on
Cutting during the cycle before the last one.
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
–
Combination “5”
Basting stitches on
Cutting during the last cycle and the one before.
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
–
Combination “6”
Basting stitches on
Double zigzag
Cutting during the last cycle.
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
3 rd cycle
–
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
Basting stiches on
Double zigzag
Cutting during the cycle before the last one.
3 rd cycle
–
1 st cycle 2 nd cycle
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3 rd cycle
Combination “7”
Combination “8”
Basting stiches on
Double zigzag
Cutting during the last cycle and the one before.
6.1 Selecting or switching off knitwear mode
Select knitwear mode
– Press the P-key.
–
Select the parameter “Knitwear” with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
–
Press the OK-key.
Select the setting “on” with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
Press the OK-key to confirm the selection.
While the knitwear mode is activated the following menu points are visible:
·
·
·
P9: Basting stitches
P10: Zigzag seams
P11: Early cutting (cutting during the cycle before the last one)
[Only visible when the seam cycles basting stitch + zigzag >1]
Switching the knitwear mode off
– Press the P-key.
–
Select parameter “knitwear” with the arrow keys ñ and ò.
–
–
Press the OK-key.
Select with the arrow keys ñ and ò setting “off”.
–
Press the OK-key.
The knitwear mode is switched off.
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6.2 Submenu basting stitches
Seam cycles
P9.1
0/1
Number of the basting stitch seam cycles
Stitch length
P 9.2
0.3 … 3.0 mm
Stitch length of the basting stiches
Thread tension
P 9.3
0...100%
Value of the tread tension for basting stitches.
This parameter can only be selected when
electric thread tension control is available.
6.3 Submenu Zigzag
Seam cycles
P10.1
1/2
Stitch length
P 10.2
0.3 … 3.0 mm
Buttonhole width
P10.3
1.0...P4.3
Speed
P10.4
200 … 4000 RPM
Thread tension
P 10.5
0...100%
Thread tension
P 10.6
0...100%
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Number of the zigzag seam cycles
Stitch length of the first zigzag. Only visible
when the number of zigzag seam cycles = 2
The buttonhole width for the first zigzag <
_ max.
buttonhole width P4.3.
Only visible when the number of zigzag seam
cycles = 2
The sewing speed of the first zigzag.
Thread tension for the leading buttonhole seam
of the first zigzag. Only visible when the
number of zigzag seam cycles = 2
This parameter can only be selected when
electric thread tension control is available.
Thread tension for the trailing buttonhole seam
of the first zigzag. Only visible when the
number of zigzag seam cycles = 2
This parameter can only be selected when
electric thread tension control is available.
7.
Sewing procedure
7.1 Normal sewing procedure
Switching on of the automat
– Check on the maintenance unit that an air pressure of 6 bar is
present.
– Switch on the main switch of the automat.
– The machine software will be loaded.
– The needle goes to the reference position.
– The sewing basket goes to the reference position and raises.
– The automat is ready to sew.
0
1
2
0
R
Sewing
– Position material to be sewn under the raised sewing basket.
– Press the foot pedal forward to position 1. The sewing basket
descends. Releasing the pedal causes the sewing basket to raise
again.
– Push the pedal forward to position 2. The sewing procedure will begin.
– After the sewing procedure the automat goes to the reference
position and the sewing basket is lifted.
– The sewn material can be removed.
7.2 Interruption of sewing procedure
7.2.1
Interruption by the operator
Interruption by the operator
– Push the pedal backwards.
The machine stops and the needle is driven up high, the sewing basket
stays down.
When the material has to be removed:
– Push the pedal backwards again, the automat goes to the
reference position and the sewing basket is lifted.
When the sewing procedure is to be started again
– Push pedal forwards to position 2.
– If during the interruption the handwheel has been turned, a
continuation is no more possible.
7.2.2
Clearing thread breakage
Thread monitoring
A thread breakage in the upper thread is detected by an electronic
upper thread monitor.
Thread breakage
– The automat stops after a thread breakage has been detected by
the upper thread monitor. The knife is switched off, the needle is
driven up high, the sewing basket stays down and goes with the
material to the basket reference position.
The message thread breakage is displayed.
– The automat now has to be turned off.
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1
–
–
Hook and needle thread can now be threaded or checked.
Further measures according to the thread breakage modes
Method A, B or C preset in the technician level (see thread
breakage mode).
–
By pressing the ESC-key the thread breakage mode can be ended.
The automat references, the sewing basket is lifted and the
material is released.
Thread breakage mode
There are three possibilities to clear a thread breakage. The respective
method has to be preset in the technician level.
Method A:
The buttonhole has to be undone and re-sewn.
– After switching the automat on again, the sewing basket is lifted
and releases the material.
The automat is now available for a new sewing cycle.
Method B:
The buttonhole is completely re-seamed.
– After switching on again the sewing basket stays down. The
material under the sewing basket remains in position.
– Push pedal forwards to position 2 . Sewing begins.
– After sewing the automat drives to the reference position and the
sewing basket is lifted.
– The material can be removed.
The automat is now ready for the next sewing cycle.
Method C:
The buttonhole will continue to be sewn beyond the detected thread
breakage spot.
– After the automat is switched on again, the sewing basket stays
down. Thus the material under the sewing basket remains in
position.
– Push the pedal forwards to position 2. The sewing basket proceeds
with the material to the thread breakage spot.
– In order to reach the position to continue sewing without having to
sew, use the arrow keys ñ and ò.
– Push the pedal forwards to position 2. Sewing begins.
– After sewing the machine drives to the reference position and the
sewing basket is lifted.
– The material can be removed.
The automat is now ready for the next sewing cycle.
The number of stitches that the thread breakage monitor does not
register before signalling an error is set in the technician level. With
the setting stitch number “0", the thread breakage monitor is
switched off.
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8.
Error messages
Number
Error position
Description
Cause
Error elimination
1052
Sewing motor
Overcurrent
- Sewing motor cable
- Sewing motor
- Control
- Check sewing motor cable
- Check sewing motor
- Check control
1053
Sewing motor
Overvoltage
Mains too high
- Check mains voltage
1055
Sewing motor
Overload
- Sewing motor (blocked/ - Check sewing motor
rough running)
- Check control
- Control
1056
Sewing motor
Excess temperature
- Sewing motor
(rough running)
- Control
- Check sewing motor
- Check control
1058
Sewing motor
Speed
- Sewing motor
- Check sewing motor
1059
Sewing motor
Standstillmonitoring
- Sewing motor
- Reference switch
- Check sewing motor
- Check reference switch
1120
Sewing motor
Initialization
- Sewing motor
- Sewing motor cable
- Reference switch
- Check sewing motor
- Check sewing motor cable
- Check reference switch
1205
Sewing motor
Not in UDC
(Upper Dead Center)
- Sewing motor
- Sewing motor cable
- Reference switch
-
1301
Sewing motor
Referencing
timeout
- Reference switch
- Sewing motor
- Control
- Check reference switch
- Check sewing motor
- Check control
1302
Sewing motor
Current feed
error
- Sewing motor
- Sewing motor cable
- Control
- Check sewing motor
- Check sewing motor cable
- Check control
1310
Sewing motor
Communicationproblem
- Sewing motor
- Sewing motor cable
- Reference switch
- Check sewing motor
- Check sewing motor cable
- Check reference switch
1320
Sewing motor
General sewing motor - Sewing motor
error
- Sewing motor cable
- Reference switch
- Check sewing motor
- Check sewing motor cable
- Check reference switch
2101
Step motor
x-axis
Referencing
timeout
- Reference switch
- Step motor
- Control
- Check reference switch
- Check step motor
- Check control
2152
Step motor
x-axis
Overcurrent
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2153
Step motor
x-axis
Overvoltage
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2155
Step motor
x-axis
Overload
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2156
Step motor
x-axis
Excess temperature
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
Switch machine off/on
Check sewing motor
Check sewing motor cable
Check reference switch
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Number
Error position
Description
Cause
Error elimination
2158
Step motor
x-axis
Speed
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2201
Step motor
y-axis
Referencing
timeout
- Reference switch
- Step motor
- Control
- Check reference switch
- Check step motor
- Check control
2252
Step motor
y-axis
Overcurrent
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2253
Step motor
y-axis
Overvoltage
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2255
Step motor
y-axis
Overload
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2256
Step motor
y-axis
Excess temperature
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2258
Step motor
y-axis
Speed
- Step motor
- Control
- Check step motor
- Check control
2901
Step motor
x+y-axis
Referencing: Timeout
- Reference switch
- Check all reference
switches of the SM
- Check step motor
- Check control
- Step motor
- Control
3100
Machine
Control voltageerror
- Mains voltagedrop (momentary)
- Check mains supply
3101
Machine
Electrical powererror
- Mains voltagedrop (momentary)
- Check mains supply
3102
Machine
Intermediate circuit
voltage error
sewing motor
- Mains voltagedrop (temporary)
- Check mains supply
Intermediate circuit
voltage error
step motor
- Mains voltagedrop (temporary)
3103
Machine
- Check control
- Check mains supply
- Check control
3107
Machine
Excess temperature
DAC III (>80°)
Control ventilation grill
blocked or dirty
3121
Machine
Pressure monitor
pressure less
- Compressed air supply - Check pressure
- Check the el. connect.
- Pressure monitor
3210
Machine
Upper thread
breakage
Re-thread the machine
3215
Machine
Hook thread counter
ran out
Fit in a new hook thread
bobbin
4102
Operation
Exceeding the sewing e.g. cut length longer
- Correct value
limits
than sew. basket length
4301
Memo-Dongle
Missing
- Memo Dongle missing Insert Memo-Dongle
- Memo Dongle broken
4303
Memo-Dongle
Empty
Memo-Dongle contains
no data
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Clear or clean ventilation
grill
Number
Error position
Description
Cause
Error elimination
4304
Memo-Dongle
Wrong type
Boot-Dongle is inserted Use Memo-Dongle
4307
Memo-Dongle
Wrong class
Dongle of the wrong
class was inserted
Insert correct Dongle
Format the Dongle
5101
Contour dataadministration
EEPROM not
initialized
- Control
- Control contains no
machine program
- Check control
- Install machine program
5104
Contour dataadministration
Checksum error
- Control
The machine resets itself
automatically.
Inform DA-Service
5301
Contour dataadministration
Data memory full
Too many stitches in
contour
Reduce number of
stitches
Inform DA-Service
5303
Contour dataadministration
Data memoryoverflow
Too many stitches in
contour
Reduce number of
stitches
Inform DA-Service
5305
Contour dataadministration
Invalid data storage
attempt
Too many stitches in
contour
Reduce number of
stitches
Inform DA-Service
5306
Contour dataadministration
Invalid data request
Carry out buttonhole
contour reset
Inform DA-Service
5315
Contour dataadministration
General error
Carry out buttonhole
contour reset
Inform DA-Service
6151-6952 I²C/ CPU/ MemManager
Fault
Switch machine off and
then on again
Inform DA-Service
7251-7659 ASC/ SSC/
RS485
Fault
Switch machine off and
then on again
Inform DA-Service
8151-8351 IDMA/ Xilink/
Test pins
Fault
(8151-8159: only an
entry in the event
memory – no further
impairment)
Switch machine off and
then on again
Inform DA-Service
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9.
Maintenance
9.1 Cleaning and inspection
Check air pressure and adjust
– The operating pressure is 6 bar.
– Turn screw 1 to adjust pressure
Reduce pressure:
Turn screw 1 anti-clockwise.
Increase pressure:
Turn screw 1 clockwise.
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2
3
4
Scheduled maintenance
Explanation
Machine head
Remove sewing dust, thread
rests and cutting waste.
Places to be cleaned particularly:
- Beneath the throat plate
- Sewing basket
- Area under the hook
- bobbin housing
- thread cutter
Pneumatic system
Check or set air pressure
Check tightness of systems
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8
8
Check water level in the pressure Water level must not rise to the level of the filter element
2. Screw in drain screw 4 and blow out the water under
regulator.
pressure.
Clean filter
Operating
hours
Through the filter element 2 condensation water and dirt
are expelled. Cut off the machine from the air pressure
system. Screw in drain screw 4. The pneumatic system
of the machine must be without pressure. Unscrew
water trap 3. Unscrew the filter element 2 and wash out
the dirty filter housing and filter element with benzene
(not a solvent!) and blow dry. Reassemble the
maintenance unit and reconnect.
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500
500
9.2 Oil lubrication
Caution: Danger of injury !
Oil can cause skin eruption.
Avoid protracted contact with the skin.
In the event of contact, thoroughly wash the affected area.
ATTENTION !
The handling and disposal of mineral oils is subject to legal
regulations.
Deliver used oil to an authorized collecting station.
Protect your environment.
Take care not to spill oil.
Check regularly the oil level in both of the supply containers 1 and 2.
The oil level should not drop below the mark “min” on the glass
inspection!
Fill up the oil reservoirs 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
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DA-10 oil can be bought at the sales points of DÜRKOPP ADLER AG
under the following parts numbers:
250-ml-Container:
9047 000011
1-Litre-Container:
9047 000012
2-Litre-Container:
9047 000013
5-Litre-Container:
9047 000014
Refilling oil supply containers
–
Refill the oil supply containers 1 and 2 through the hole in the glass
inspection holes.
–
The oil level has to be above the “min” mark.
Do not fill the oil supply containers beyond the “max” mark.
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