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CS100 SERIES, DIFFERENTIAL FEED,
HIGH SPEED CYLINDER BED MACHINES,
INCLUDES PULLER ADJUSTMENTS
MANUAL NO. OP9637
CS122E11
CS132E11
CS122H01
CS132H01
STYLES
CS122H21
CS132H21
CS122K01
CS122K02
CS125H11
CS135H11
Manual No. OP9637 Operator's Manual for CS100 Series Machines
Third Edition Copyright 1997
By
Union Special Corporation Rights Reserved In All Countries
| Printed in U.S.A. 1997
PREFACE:
This operator's manual has been prepared to guide you while operating the CS100 Series machines. Ii can be used
in conjunction with Union Special Engineer's Manual EN9424 and Parts Manuals PT9425, PT9505, PT9609 depending
on application.
This manual explains in detail the proper settings for operation of the machine. Illustrations are used to show the
adjustments and reference letters are used to point out specific items discussed.
Careful attention to the instructions and cautions for operating and adjusting these machines will enable you to
maintain the superior performance and reliability designed and built into every Union Special machine.
Adjustments and cautions are presented in sequence so that a logical progression is accomplished. Some
adjustments performed out of sequence may have an adverse effect on the function of the other related parts.
This manual has been comprised on the basis of available information. Changes in design and/or improvements
may incorporate a slight modification of configuration in illustrations or cautions.
On the following pages will be found illustrations and terminology used in describing operating instructions for your
machine.
CONTENTS
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e DIFFERENTIAL FEED MECHANISM: ........... PSE ESS SEE ETES EE PRE PERS 16
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IDENTIFICATION OF MACHINES:
Each UNION SPECIAL machine is identified by a style number, which is stamped into the style plate affixed
to the middle of the machine under the tension assembly. The serial number is stamped into the serial
number plate affixed to the right rear base of the machine.
STYLES OF MACHINES:
Precision two or three needle cylinder bed machines with top or bottom coverstitch. Rotary mainshafts for
smoother, quieter and faster operations. Equipped with quick change for main and differential feed.
Independently driven rear needle guard, no adjustment necessary when changing stitch length. Adjust-
able looper avoid eccentric to adapt the looper avoid motion and the elliptic path of looper to the required
needle size and type of sewing threads.
NEEDLES:
Each needle has both a type and size number. The type number denotes the kind of shank, point, length,
groove, finish and other details. The size number, stamped on the needle shank, denotes the largest
diameter of the blade measured between the shank and the eye. Collectively, the type number and size
number represent the complete symbol which is given on the label of all needles packed and sold by Union
Special.
IYPE DESCRIPTION
121 6JS Short, double groove, struck groove, regular point, spotted, tapered blade reinforcement,
chromium plated - sizes 055/022, 060/024, 065/025, 070/027, 075/029, 080/032, 090/036.
When changing the needle, make sure it is fully inserted in the needle head before the screw is tightened.
When ordering needles, please use the complete type and size numbers as printed on the package to
ensure prompt and accurate processing of your order. A complete order should read as follows: "100
needles, type 121 GJS, size 070/027". |
SAFETY RULES:
. Before putting the machines described in this manual into service, carefully read the instructions. The starting
of each machine is only permitted after taking notice of the instructions and by qualified operators.
IMPORTANT! Before putting the machine into service, also read the safety rules and instructions from the
motor supplier.
2. Observe the national safety rules valid for your country.
3. The sewing machines described in this instruction manual are prohibited from being put into service until it has
been ascertained that the sewing units which these sewing machines will be built into, have conformed with
the EC Council Directives (89/392/EEC, Annex |! В).
Each machine is only allowed to be used as foreseen. The foreseen use of the particular machine is
described in paragraph “STYLES OF MACHINES” of this instruction manual. Another use, going beyond
the description, is not as foreseen.
4. All safety devices must be in position when the machine is ready for work or in operation. Operation of
the machine without the appertaining safety devices is prohibited.
5. Wear safety glasses.
. In case of machine conversions and changes all valid safety rules must be considered. Conversions and
changes are made at your own risk.
7. The warning hints in the instructions are marked with one of these two symbols:
8. When doing the following the machine has to be disconnected from the power supply by turning off the
main switch or by pulling out the main plug:
10.
11.
12.
8.1 When threading needle(s), looper, spreader etc.
8.2 When replacing any parts such as needie(s), presser foot, throat plate, looper, spreader, feed dog,
needle guard, folder, fabric guide etc.
8.3 When leaving the workplace and when the workplace is unattended.
8.4 When doing maintenance work.
8.5 When using clutch motors without actuation lock, wait until the motor is stopped totally.
Maintenance, repair and conversion work (see item 8) must be done only by trained technicians or special
skilled personnel under consideration of the instructions.
Any work on the electrical equipment must be done by an electrician or under direction and supervision of -
special skilled personnel.
Work on parts and equipment under electrical power is not permitted. Permissible exceptions are described
in the applicable sections of standard sheet DIN VDE 0105.
Before doing maintenance and repair work on the pneumatic equipment, the machine has to be discon-
nected from the compressed air supply. In case of existing residual air pressure, after disconnecting from
compressed air supply (i.e. pneumatic equipment with air tank), the pressure has to be removed by bleeding.
CS100 SERIES
BUILDING BLOCK STYLE DESIGNATION SYSTEM
Stitch Type
2 = Bottom coverstitch
3 = Top & bottom coverstitch
Basic frame style
CS = Cylinder bed
FS = Flat bed
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Sub-class
(describes typical application)
= Collarette
E* = Elastic
H* = Hemming
K* = Coverseam
L* = Lap seam
U* = Universal
*00-99 = Variety of sub-class
Number of needles
2 = Two needle machine
3 = Three needle machine
Needle Spacing
32 = 3.2mm
40 = 4.0mm
48 = 4.8mm
56 = 5.6mm
60 = 6.0mm
64 = 6.4mm
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CC* = Chain cutter
MD* = Metering device
TC* = Tape cutter
TF* = Binding feed device
UT* = Thread trimmer
*1-9 = Variaty of devices
Generation
1 = First
2 = Second
3 = Third
Feed Type
2 = Differential
5 = Differential & puller
Stitch Tongue
Represents the shape of the
throat plate stitch tongue.
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For short stitch length
For medium stitch length
For long stitch length
For all stitch lengths,
collarette, coverseam
& elastic applications
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CAUTION AREAS:
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WEAR SAFETY
GLASSES DO NOT
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SAFETY SHEILD,
USE WITHOUT
SHEILD MAY
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ACAUTION
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OPERATOR'S DAILY CHECK LIST:
The following should be checked daily and cleaned as required when it applies to your Union Special machine:
Oil flow
Oil level
«Lint area (clean with compressed air or brush)
* eLooper thread take-up cam area (clean with
es ecompressed air or brush)
e eNeedie bar bushings
* eUnder feed dogs € throat plates
* ein knives
sein thread control eyelets
«Cooling airways
* eln the machine
* In the motor
ein the cooling package
(package is an extra send charge)
NOTE: Fallure to keep sewing parts and feeding area clear of lint may result in oil leakage and soiled garments.
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1. The oil level in the sight gauge
should be between the two red
lines when the machine is at rest.
if not, fill with Union Special Speci-
fication 175 oil, (Union Special
Part No. 28604R).
2.
The correct rotating direction of
the handwheel is clockwise, as
viewed from the handwheel's
side. NEVER run the machine in
reverse direction.
OPERATING CAUTIONS:
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1. Do not put your hand under the
needles when turning on the
power switch or at any time.
2.
Do not put your hand into the 3.
sewing area while the machine
is running.
Turn off the power switch and
make sure the clutch motor is
at rest before removing the V
belt.
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OPERATING CAUTIONS (CONT.):
4. During operation, do not allow head, hands or any instrument, tool etc. near handwheel, V belt and motor.
5. Do not operate your machine without the proper belt guard, sewing guards or any other protectors that have
been provided. Doing so is very dangerous.
6. Before inspecting, adjusting, cleaning, threading the head or replacing needles, turn OFF the power switch.
Make sure the flywheel on the motor has stopped, it will be kept running by inertia after turning OFF the power
switch. DO NOT depress the foot pedal while the motor is running or it will cause the machine to rotate
abruptly.
7. Turn OFF the power switch when you leave your machine or in case of a power failure.
8. Do not wipe the machine surface with lacquer thinner.
OPERATING THE PEDALS:
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1. Locate the center of drive treadie (A) to be in line with the needles.
2. Locate presser lifter pedal (B) for operator comfort.
3. Use S-shaped hook (C) to connect presser lifter pedal chain (D) to
presser lifting lever (E). Depending on application.
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The oil should be between the two red lines in sight gauge (B) when the machine is at rest.
1. If oil is required remove oil cap (A).
2. Fill between lines (B) with Union Special Specification 175 oil (Union Special Part No. 28604R).
CAUTION: Do not exceed the upper red marker line. Excessive oil in the machine will result in oil
leakage and possible overheating.
3. To drain oil reservoir, remove oil drain cap (C) on the underside of the machine.
4. To ensure oil flow through machine, check oil flow window (D).
LUBRICATION (CONT.):
Lubrication of Needle Tip Dipper
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w 1. Open cloth plate and well cover (A), fill well
(B) approximately 80% full with silicone oil.
2. The back of the needles should just touch the
front of felt (C).
| \ q 3. If adjustment is necessary loosen screw (D) -
С and move dipper as required.
— 4. Saturate silicone oil into felt (C) if the ma-
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B needle tip dipper.
CLEANING OIL FILTER AND CHAMBER:
1. Oil filter (B) can be removed by turning mounting stud
(A) counterclockwise.
2. Slide oil screen (C) and remove retainer (F).
3. Slide filter (B) off.
4. Slide new filter (B) back onto cleaned monting stud
(A), with oil screen (C) and retainer (F).
5. Remove plug (D) and wipe out chamber (E).
6. Wipe off plug (D) and replace into chamber (E).
7. Replace filter mounting stud (A) and retighten clock-
wise.
8. Verify oil level. Add oil if required.
NOTE: Oil filter (B) should be replaced every six months
under normal use. Oil filter stud (A), oil screen (C)
and chamber (E) must be cleaned every six months -
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The standard needle is 121GJS, needle range sizes " 055/022 - 090/036."
INSERTING NEEDLES:
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facing to
the front
Insert needies according to the following procedure:
1.
2.
3.
Bring needle head (A) to the highest position.
Loosen screws (B), insert needles into holes. The needle scarf should face rearwards as Viewed from
the operator's side.
Retighten screws (B).
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THREADING THE MACHINE:
Turn off main power switch before threading! When using clutch motors without actuation lock wait
until the motor has completely stopped. | |
Thread the machine according to the following threading illustrations.
NOTE: When threading two needle machines use needles "A" & "С".
A Left Needle Thread
B Middie Needle Thread
C Right Needle Thread
D Spreader Thread
E Looper Thread
Thread Lubricator Area
Needle Thread Eyelet Area
Needle Bar Area
Thread Nipper, Spreader Area
Thread Take-Up Area
NOTE: When threading two needle machines use needles "A" & "C*, DO NOT use needle "B".
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THREADING THE MACHINE (CONT.):
NOTE: When threading two needle machines use needles "A" & “C".
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THREADING THE MACHINE (CONT.):
When the needle thread lubricator is used:
1. Saturate feit (A).
2. Pass thread over felt.
When the needle thread lubricator is not used:
1. Remove felt (A).
THREADING METHODS:
Twisted Thread Non-Twist Thread
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When using an untwisted thread
such as wooly nylon thread or weak
thread, do not wind it around the
immediate thread guide.
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PRESSER FOOT PRESSURE AND LIFTER:
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. Adjust presser foot pressure by loosening nut (A) and
turning presser foot adjust screw (B) clockwise to increase
- the pressure, counterclockwise to decrease the pressure.
. Refighten nut (A).
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ROLLER PRESSURE ADJUSTING KNOB:
1. To adjust the pressure for the puller drive roller assembly
turn adjusting screw (A) clockwise to increase the pres-
sure, counterclockwise to decrease the pressure.
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ADJUSTING THE STITCH LENGTH:
Turn off main power switch before setting the
A stitch length! When using clutch motors without
actuation lock wait until the motor has com-
pletely stopped.
Locking feature may be engaged, refer to Engineer's
Manual EN9424.
To change stitch length push down on stitch regulator
button (A) and rotate handwheel in appropriate direction.
Clockwise to increase the stitches per inch/shorten the
length of one stitch.
Counterclockwise to decrease stitches per inch/increase
the length of one stitch.
The arrows on the belt cover are for operator's reference
only.
PULLER STITCH LENGTH:
Moving lever (A) fowards or away from operator set stitch
length of puller.
+ Set closer to operator for short stitches
e Set farther away from operator for longer stitches
Loosen nut (B) and move lever (A) as needed to obtain
proper stitch length.
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DIFFERENTIAL FEED MECHANISM:
1. Turn knob (A) to change the travel of the differential feed
dog.
Clockwise to increase the stitches perinch/shorten the
length of one stitch.
Counterclockwise to decrease stitches per inch/in-
crease the length of one stitch.
PULLER LIFTER LEVER:
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lever (A) away from the operator.
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FOLDER ADJUSTMENTS:
1. loosen screw (A) to adjust the right edge of the hem guide.
2. Loosen screw (B) to adjust the left edge of the hem guide.
3. Retighten screws.
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out the world. These offices will aid you in the selection of the right
sewing equipment for your particular operation. Union Special Corpo-
ration representatives and service technicians are factory trained and
are able to serve your needs prompily and efficientiy. Whatever your
location, there is a qualified representative to serve you.
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Office: Huntley, IL 60142
Phone: 847 6695101
Fax: 847 »669 4454
European Distribution Center: Union Special GmbH
Raiffeisenstrasse 3
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