instruction manual - Stickmaschinen.de

instruction manual - Stickmaschinen.de
TOYOTA COMPUTERIZED EMBROIDERY SYSTEM
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Before using the embroidery machine, please read through this manual
carefully for proper use of the machine.
After reading the manual, keep it at a safe place near the machine so that
you can consult it whenever it is necessary.
When you turn over the machine to somebody, make sure to attach this
manual to the machine.
Since this is a business use machine, it should be operated by operators
who are well versed in the basic operations.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Make sure to read the following before use)
PART NAMES
OPERATION PROCEDURE
《OPERATION BASICS》
《COLOR CHANGE SETTING》
STARTING AND STOPPING THE MACHINE - - - - - - - 24
STEPS TO START EMBRODIERY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 25
SCREENS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 27
《FUNCTION MENU》
CHANGING DISPLAY - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - THREAD BREAK SENSOR - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BOBBIN COUNTER (SET) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BOBBIN COUNTER (COUNTER) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - LOCK STITCH - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SATIN ADJUSTMENT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SLOW START - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TRIMMING IN JUMP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - JUMP LENGTH - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TRIMMING LENGTH - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TRIMMING TIMING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - BORING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CORDING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
《HOOP MENU》
HOOP MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - INITIALIZATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - START POINT RETURN MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MANUAL SPEED - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - HOOP TIMING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - OFFSET - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - TRACE MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
《EDIT》
SIZE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DESIGN ROTATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - MIRROR - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DESIGN REPEAT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
53
54
55
56
COLOR CHANGE MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 59
NEEDLE BAR SETTING (INPUT) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 60
NEEDLE BAR SETTING (CHANGE) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 61
PAUSE SETTING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 62
《DATA SET MENU》
DATA INPUT (FLOPPY DISK) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 63
DATA INPUT (PC) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 65
DATA INPUT (LAN) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 67
DATA SELECT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 69
DATA DELETION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 70
MEMORY MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 71
MEMORY INITIALIZATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 72
《MANUAL OPERATION》
COLOR CHANGE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 73
START POINT RETURN MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 74
TRACE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 75
OFFSET (POSITION SETTING) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 76
OFFSET (HOOP TRAVELING) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 77
TRIMMING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 78
HOOP FORWARD/BACK (TRAVEL UNITS) - - - - - - - - 79
HOOP FORWARD/BACK (n-STITCH FEED) - - - - - - - - 80
HOOP FORWARD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 81
HOOP BACK - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 82
《OUTLINE OF FUNCTIONS》
ROTATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 83
MIRROR - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 83
REPEAT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 84
OFFSET - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 85
SATIN ADJUSTMENT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 87
TRACE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 88
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 89
DAILY MAINTENANCE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 89
PROGRAM INSTALLATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 93
《TEST MODE》
NETWORK SETTING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 95
LANGUAGE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 97
IF MACHINE OPERATION IS INTERRUPTED - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 98
IF MACHINE STOPS DUE TO OCCURRENCE OF A TROUBLE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 101
SPECIFICATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -102
INDEX - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -103
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
14
15
15
17
18
SETTING THE HOOP TO THE
EMBROIDERY MACHINE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 19
ATTACHING THE TABLE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 20
WINDING THE UNDER THREAD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 21
CHECKUPS BEFORE STARTING OPERATION - - - - - 22
CHECKING THE EMBROIDERY HEAD - - - - - - - - - - - 23
SPECIFICATION
11
12
12
13
INDEX
ASSEMBLING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CARRYING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - INSTALLATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - WIRING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - CONNECTING THE USB FDD (FLOPPY DISK DRIVE)
(to be purchased separately) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SETTING THE UPPER THREAD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Upper Thread Setting Procedure - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SETTING THE UNDER THREAD - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - SETTING THE FABRIC ON THE HOOP - - - - - - - - - - -
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
PART
NAMES
CHECKING THE PARTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6
ACCESSORIES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 7
EMBROIDERY MACHINE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8
OPERATION PANEL BOX - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 9
DIP SWITCHES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
CONTENTS
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (Make sure to read the following before use)
Safety precautions are provided to prevent risks and losses which could result from incorrect
handling.
Please read carefully and comply strictly with them.
Meaning of "
!
DANGER", "
!
WARNING" and "
!
CAUTION"
!
DANGER
Indicates there could be imminent risk of situation resulting in fatal or serious injury
from incorrect handling.
!
WARNING
Indicates there could be possible accident of fatal or serious injury resulting from
incorrect handling.
!
CAUTION
Indicates incorrect handling could cause physical injury or damage on goods.
Meaning of Pictographs
Prohibition of touching
Prohibited action
Mandatory action
Disconnection of the power cord plug from receptacle
Caution on finger injury
Caution on high temperature
Caution on electric shock
2
SAFETY
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS
! DANGER
Do not open the power supply box.
Otherwise, you may sustain electric shock.
! WARNING
Carry the machine by two or more persons.
Falling the machine may cause injury as well as breakdown of the machine.
When carrying the machine, hold the machine at the positions specified by the label.
Falling the machine may cause injury as well as breakdown of the machine.
! WARNING ! ATTENTION
CARRYING
Carry the machine with
at least two people.
DO NOT hold it by parts
other than those specified.
Dropping may cause bodily
injury and will damage
the machine.
Il faut être au moins 2personnes
pour porter la machine.
Ne pas tenir la machine par
une autre partie que celle
indiquées.
Une chute peut vous blesser
et endommager la machine.
When installing the machine, make sure to place it on the attached vibration-preventive rubbers
(H).
Falling the machine may cause injury as well as breakdown of the machine.
Do not damage, modify, heat or apply undue force to the power cords and other connection
cables.
Otherwise the cables may be damaged causing fire and electric shock.
Insert the power cord plug fully.
Incomplete insertion could cause fire or electric shock.
Keep away electric and electronic units from water and oils.
Exposure them to water or oils leads to short circuits, causing fire and electric shock.
If water or oils enter the electric/electronic units, shut off the power by the power switch, shut off
the source of power supply and contact your TOYOTA dealer.
When disconnecting the power cord from the receptacle, pull the cord while holding the plug.
Pulling the power cord by holding the cord may damage the cord and the plug, causing fire and
electric shock.
The machine must be switched off at the mains switch on the power supply or by unplugging it
from the incoming mains supply, when:
• Sewing implements (thread, needle, bobbin, etc.) have to be replaced or adjusted
• Threading a needle, bobbin, etc
• If the workplace is left unattended
• Maintenance work has to be performed
3
Do not use the machine in areas where strong electric field or magnetic field is generated by a
high-power high-frequency motor generator or high-frequency welder.
Otherwise the machine will malfunction to cause injury or machine trouble.
Place the machine on a sturdy base.
Otherwise the machine may fall to cause injury or machine trouble.
Ground the grounding wire of the power cord.
There is the danger of electric shock due to leak current if the machine is used without
grounding.
Do not touch the parts (
) of the machine that move during embroidery.
Otherwise you will sustain injury.
Take care to attire properly for operations of the embroidery machine.
You could get hurt if you wear clothes likely being arrested by the embroidery machine.
Do not step on the embroidery machine.
Otherwise you will sustain injury.
Do not operate the machine without the take-up lever guard or the covers of the moving parts.
Otherwise you will sustain injury.
Locate the power supply box to turn the power ON and OFF easily.
Do not operate the machine with the rotary hook cover opened.
Otherwise you will sustain injury.
4
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
! CAUTION
CAUTION
ATTENTION
! CAUTION
MACHINE
Fingers might be injured.
Do not put your hand on hoop while in motion.
Do not put your finger or hand inside thread
tension cover or guard cover.
! ATTENTION
!
SAFETY
SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
PRECAUTIONS
Positions and Contents of the Warning Labels
For abnormal conditions.
Immediately press the emergency suspension switch to
stop the embroidering machine.
En cas de conditions anormales,
pousser immédiatement sur
le bouton d’arrêt d’urgence pour
stopper la brodeuse.
Les doigts peuvent être blessés.
Ne pas mettre la main sur le cercle à broder quand il
est en mouvement.
Ne pas mettre les doigts ou la main dans le couvercle
du système de tension ou le couvercle de protection.
! WARNING ! ATTENTION
CARRYING
! CAUTION
! ATTENTION
!
Carry the machine with
at least two people.
DO NOT hold it by parts
other than those specified.
Dropping may cause bodily
injury and will damage
the machine.
Cover must be closed
during operation.
Le couvercle doit être
fermé durant l’utilisation.
CAUTION
ATTENTION
!
Do not operate without finger guard and
safety devices. Before threading, changing
bobbin and needle, cleaning etc. Switch
off main switch.
Ne pas travailler sans protection aux
doigts et aux mains et sans dispositif
de sécurité. Avant d’enfiler, changer de
canette ou d’aiguilles, nettoyer. Eteindre
la machine.
!
CAUTION
ATTENTION
Fingers might be injured.
Do not put your hand on hoop while in motion.
Do not put your finger or hand inside thread
tension cover or guard cover.
Les doigts peuvent être blessés.
Ne pas mettre la main sur le cercle à broder quand il
est en mouvement.
Ne pas mettre les doigts ou la main dans le couvercle
du système de tension ou le couvercle de protection.
Il faut être au moins 2personnes
pour porter la machine.
Ne pas tenir la machine par
une autre partie que celle
indiquées.
Une chute peut vous blesser
et endommager la machine.
CAUTION
ATTENTION
Fingers might be injured.
Do not put your hand on hoop while in motion.
Do not put your finger or hand inside thread
tension cover or guard cover.
Les doigts peuvent être blessés.
Ne pas mettre la main sur le cercle à broder quand il
est en mouvement.
Ne pas mettre les doigts ou la main dans le couvercle
du système de tension ou le couvercle de protection.
!
CAUTION
ATTENTION
Fingers might be injured.
Do not put your hand on hoop while in motion.
Do not put your finger or hand inside thread
tension cover or guard cover.
Les doigts peuvent être blessés.
Ne pas mettre la main sur le cercle à broder quand il
est en mouvement.
Ne pas mettre les doigts ou la main dans le couvercle
du système de tension ou le couvercle de protection.
!
CAUTION
ATTENTION
While the machine is running, keep this
cover closed.
Pendant que la machine tourne, gandez le
couvercle fermé.
!
CAUTION
ATTENTION
!
Fingers might be injured.
Do not put your hand on hoop while in motion.
Do not put your finger or hand inside thread
tension cover or guard cover.
CAUTION
ATTENTION
Fingers might be injured.
Do not put your hand on hoop while in motion.
Do not put your finger or hand inside thread
tension cover or guard cover.
Les doigts peuvent être blessés.
Ne pas mettre la main sur le cercle à broder quand il
est en mouvement.
Ne pas mettre les doigts ou la main dans le couvercle
du système de tension ou le couvercle de protection.
Les doigts peuvent être blessés.
Ne pas mettre la main sur le cercle à broder quand il
est en mouvement.
Ne pas mettre les doigts ou la main dans le couvercle
du système de tension ou le couvercle de protection.
5
PART NAMES
CHECKING THE PARTS
After unpacking the machine, check to be sure that all of the items below have been delivered.
● Table (1 pc.)
● Power supply box (1 pc.)
● Power cord
PART
NAMES
● Embroidery machine (1 set)
AC power cord (1 pc.)
DC power cord (1 pc.)
* An additional AC power cord and plug for 250 V
are included only for USA/Canada spec.
● Embroidery hoop (2 pcs.)
● Spiral tube
<Tubular frame>
6
Small
- - - - - - - - - - (5 pcs.)
Medium
- - - - - - - - - - (4 pcs.)
Large
- - - - - - - - - - (6 pcs.)
● Instruction manual
(1 copy)
(This book)
● Parts catalogue
● Vibration-preventive
(1 copy)
rubber (H)
NAMES
PART
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
* We reserve the right to
change the contents of this
instruction manual without
prior notice.
PARTS
CATALOGUE
● Tools
(1) Needle (#11) 10 pcs.
(2) Aluminum bobbin 2 pcs.
(3) Bobbin case 1 pc.
(4) Minus screwdriver (large)
1 pc.
(5) Minus screwdriver (small)
1 pc.
(6) Offset screwdriver
1 pc.
(7) L-shaped screwdriver
(plus/minus) 1 pc.
(8) Scissors 1 pc.
(9) Small pincers 1 pc.
(10) Oiler 1 pc.
(11) Threader 2 pcs.
(12) L wrench (3 mm)
1 pc.
(13) Allen wrench (4 mm)
(14) Tool bag 1 pc.
(15)Hexagonal wrench (3 mm)
1 pc.
1 pc.
7
(15)Fuse 1 pc.
PART
NAMES
ACCESSORIES
EMBROIDERY MACHINE
Thread guide
PART
NAMES
Sub thread tension regulator
Spiral tube
Tension base cover
Thread tension regulator
Thread stand shaft
Tension base
Operation panel box
(For details, refer to Page 9.)
Color change motor
Take-up lever
Thread take-up cover
Thread hook motor
Jump motor
Thread stand stud
Under thread winder
Needle bar case
X/Y-axis drive system
X-axis drive motor
Needle plate
Table
Main shaft motor
Base
Y-axis drive motor
Thread trimming motor
Drain port
Adjuster foot
USB connector
LAN connector
Serial connector
Power supply
connector
8
OPERATION PANEL BOX
Function menu key
Hoop menu key
PART
NAMES
NAMES
PART
Edit key
Color change key
Data set menu key
LCD screen
Hoop forward key
Hoop travel key
Clear key
Set key
ON1
Offset key
ON1
Escape key
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
LED
Ten keys
(numeric keys)
:Used for a
needle bar number
of 10 or larger
Trace key
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DIP switches
(For details, refer to
Page 10.)
Start point return key
Forward/Back
unit selection key
Thread trimming
key
Hoop back key
Color change mode
(automatic/manual) key
Stop key
Start key
スピード
SLOW
非常停止
FAST
SPEED
Speed adjusting switch
MACHINE STOP
Buzzer
Machine stop switch
9
Manual lamp
Lights when manual
color change is
selected.
Needle bar case
right-slide key
Needle bar case
left-slide key
DIP SWITCHES
DIP switch ON or OFF is set as follows:
DSW 2
Function
OFF
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
DSW1
ON
8
PC connection
* Two-way communications (Standard)
Older mode
7
PC connection
* Normal operation
Synchronous operation
6
Not used
*Select OFF.
−
5
Not used
*Select OFF.
−
4
Satin stitch width
adjustment
*Adjustment for stitch
width of 1.5 mm or
larger
Adjustment for stitch
width of 0.6 mm or larger
3
Satin stitch adjustment mode selection
*Collective adjustment
for X- and Y-axis
Independent adjustment for X- and Y-axis
2
Not used
*Select OFF.
1
Installation mode
*Normal mode
ON
DSW2
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
PART
NAMES
No.
−
Installation mode if
DSW1-1 is ON.
DSW 1
No.
Function
OFF
ON
8
Not used
*Select OFF.
High speed
7
Not used
*Select OFF.
−
6
Cover sensor
* Invalid
Valid
5
Beam sesor
* Invalid
Valid
4
Hoop travel direction: Arrow symbols
and actual travel
direction
*Same direction as indicated by the arrow
symbol
Opposite to the direction
indicated by the arrow
symbol
3
Buzzer sounds
*10 times
1 time
2
Not used
*Select OFF.
1
Test mode
*Normal operation
−
Test mode
After changing the setting of a DIP switch, turn the power switch off once and then
turn it back on.
*: Factory-setting made before shipping
Access to the Embroidery Information
In the test mode, you can access to the following
information:
● Accumulated number of embroidered pieces of cloth
● Accumulated number of stitches
● Accumulated number of error displays and others
Consult your TOYOTA dealer for more details.
10
PREPARATION
ASSEMBLING
● Preparation of the thread guide
Loosen the pair of set screws (3) for thread
stand shaft (1) using an allen wrench and lift
the thread guide (4) right above.
2.
Securely tighten the pair of set screws (3) using
an allen wrench, at the position where the top
of thread stand shafts (1) and the position alignment line (5) of the thread stand shaft (2) is
aligned.
Thread guide (4)
PREPARATION
1.
[Enlarged view]
Thread stand shaft (2)
Position alignment
line (5)
Set screw (3)
Thread stand shaft (1)
● Mounting the spiral tubes
1.
Spiral tube (large):
2.
U-shaped slots
(1)
(2)
(3)
(5)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
Spiral tube (large)
Thread guide
Tube joint
No. 4, No. 5,
No. 11, No. 12
(1)
In the similar manner, fit the spiral tube
(small) into the U-shaped slots.
Spiral tube (small):
(4)
No. 1 to No. 30,
No. 13 to No. 15
In the similar manner, fit the spiral tube B
(medium) into the U-shaped slots.
Spiral tube (medium):
3.
Tube joint
Place the joint on the one end of spiral tube
(large) in the U-shaped slot on the thread guide
and fix it in the slot by pressing in the arrow
direction. Set and fix the joint on the other end
of spiral tube in the U-shaped slot on the tension base in the same way. Repeat the same
steps on the U-shaped slots as numbered (1) to
(3) and (13) to (15) in the figure shown at right.
No. 6 to No. 10
U-shaped slots
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(12)
(13)
(14)
Tension base
11
(15)
CARRYING
As shown in the illustration below, hold the machine at the positions indicated in the label by two or more persons to carry the machine.
! WARNING ! ATTENTION
CARRYING
PREPARATION
Il faut être au moins 2personnes
pour porter la machine.
Ne pas tenir la machine par
une autre partie que celle
indiquées.
Une chute peut vous blesser
et endommager la machine.
PREPARATION
Carry the machine with
at least two people.
DO NOT hold it by parts
other than those specified.
Dropping may cause bodily
injury and will damage
the machine.
Machine holding position
(indicated in the label)
Machine holding position
(indicated in the label)
INSTALLATION
Place the embroidery machine on a rugged base so that the table will be level.
At this time, make sure to place attached vibration-preventive rubbers (H)
under the adjuster foot (1). The rubbers will effectively prevent the machine
from moving on the table or vibrating.
If the machine is not stable or it is not level, adjust the level of
the machine after loosening the nut (2) (4 places) of the adjuster
foot (1). After adjusting the machine level, tighten the nut (2) to
lock the adjuster foot.
Table top face
Vibration-preventive rubber (H)
Base (must be level)
Nut (2)
Vibration-preventive rubber (H)
Adjuster foot (1)
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1.
Make sure that the power switch (2) of the power supply box (1) is OFF.
2.
Insert the plug (4) of the DC power cord (3) securely into the power supply connector (5) of the embroidery
machine.
3.
Insert the other plug (6) of the DC power cord (3) securely into the DC power supply connector (7) of the power
supply box (1).
4.
Insert the plug (9) of the AC power cord (8) securely into the AC power supply connector (10) of the power supply
box.
5.
Insert the plug (11) at the other end of the AC power cord (8) securely into the single-phase 100 to 240 V power
supply.
! WARNING
Connect the earth wire of the AC power cord to the earth terminal
It could cause electric shock unless the machine is grounded properly.
The mains plug must be accessible after it is connected to the supply socket, so that it can easily
be disconnected in an emergency.
(5)
Embroidery machine
Power switch (2)
(Switch: OFF position)
(4)
Power supply box (1)
DC power cord (3)
(9)
(10)
(6)
AC power source
(to the receptacle
with earth terminal)
AC power cord (8)
(7)
Types of AC Power Cord
Plug
Spec.
Voltage Rating
USA and Canada
125 V
EU
250 V
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PREPARATION
WIRING
CONNECTING THE USB FDD (FLOPPY DISK DRIVE)
(TO BE PURCHASED SEPARATELY)
1.
Remove the pair of cover set screws (1) and then remove the connector cover (2).
2.
Insert the plug (3) of the FDD securely into the USB connector (4) of the embroidery machine.
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
Embroidery machine
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
Floppy disk drive
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SETTING THE UPPER THREAD
1. Pass the thread from the
spool (1) through the hole
on the thread guide (1)
just above the spool (1)
and further pass it through
thread guides at the middle and front rows.
Fig. A Passing the Upper Thread:
Spool to Thread Guide
(1)
Thread guide
(4)
(7)
(2)
(3)
(5)
(10)
(13)
(8)
(11)
(6)
(14)
(9)
(12)
(15)
Spool (1)
2. Pass next the thread
through the sub thread
tension regulator (1).
3. For spools (4), (7), (10)
and (13), set the thread in
the same manner up to
the sub thread tension
regulators of the same
number.
4. Pass the thread from the
spool (2), at the middle
row, through the hole on
the thread guide (2) just
above the spool (2) and
further pass it through the
thread guide at the front
row.
5. Pass the thread through
the sub thread tension
regulator (2).
6. For spools (5), (8), (11)
and (14), set the thread in
the same manner up to
the sub thread tension
regulators of the same
number.
Tension base
Thread guide
Sub thread tension regulator (1)
Front row
Middle row Rear row
Sub thread tension regulator (2)
Sub thread tension regulator (3)
Spool (1)
Spool (2)
7. Pass the thread from the
spool (3), at the front row,
through the hole on the
thread guide (3) just above
the spool (3).
(4)
(5)
Spool (3)
(6)
(7)
8. Pass next the thread
directly through the sub
thread tension regulator
(3).
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
9. For spools (6), (9), (12)
and (15), set the thread in
the same manner up to
the sub thread tension
regulators of the same
number.
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
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PREPARATION
Upper Thread Setting
Procedure
10. Run the thread from the sub thread tension regulator (15) through the spiral tube (15).
11. Run the thread further through the thread guide (15)-1, thread tension regulator (15) rotary sensor (15) and thread
guide (15)-2.
12. Open next the needle bar case cover.
13. Raise the thread holder lever (GL), hook the upper thread on the thread holder (15) from right to bottom and pass
the thread through the hole of take-up lever (15) at the top.
15. Hook next the thread end on the thread holding spring.
16. Set the thread of spools (14) to (1) in the same manner. Finally, push down the thread holder lever (GL) down to
finish the setting of upper thread.
Fig. B Passing the Upper Thread:
Thread Guide to Needle
Sub thread tension regulator (15)
Thread guide
Threader
Thread guide (15)-1
Spiral tube (15)
Take-up lever (15)
Tension base
Thread tension
regulator (15)
Rotary sensor (15)
Thread guide (15)-2
Needle bar
case cover
Thread holder (15)
TOYOTA
EX P E R T E S P 9 1 0 0 N E T
Needle bar
case
Thread holder lever (GL)
Thread guide (15)-3
Needle (15)
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Thread holder spring
Presser foot (15)
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
14. After that, run the thread down and through the thread guide (15)-3, then through the hole of the needle (15) and
finally through the hole in the presser foot (15).
SETTING THE UNDER THREAD
1.
Orient the bobbin (1) with its thread facing in the direction, specified by the arrow symbol, and put it in the bobbin
case (2).
2.
Route the thread through the thread groove (3) in the bobbin case, under the thread tension spring (4) and the
thread guard (5).
3.
Raise the "lever" (6) on the bobbin case and then install it in the rotary hook.
The thread tension can be adjusted with the tension adjusting screw of the bobbin case. Turning the screw
clockwise tightens the thread and turning it counterclockwise loosens the thread tension.
For adjustment, suspend three 25-cent coins from the bobbin case by taping them to the thread as shown in
the illustration below. If thread is pulled out slightly when the bobbin case is gently shaken up and down, the
thread tension is between 25 and 30 g (0.25 and 0.3 N).
Thread groove (3)
Tension adjusting screw
Bobbin (1)
Tension spring (4)
Bobbin case (2)
Thread guard (5)
Lever (6)
! CAUTION
Before setting or removing the bobbin, be sure to turn OFF the power switch.
Otherwise, the embroidery machine may start causing injury of operators.
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PREPARATION
NOTE: The standard under thread tension is 25 to 30 g (0.25 to 0.3 N) for the carbonized yarn #120.
SETTING THE FABRIC ON THE HOOP
1.
Place the fabric (2) on the outer hoop (1) and press the inner hoop (3) into the outer hoop (1).
If the inner hoop (3) cannot be pressed into the outer hoop (1) smoothly, loosen the hoop set screw (4).
2.
Check if the fabric is correctly set in the hoop by pressing the center of the fabric gently with the finger as shown
in the illustration below. The fabric should be stretched so that it returns to the state as before when the finger is
released.
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
Inner hoop (3)
Fabric (2)
(Checking the setting of fabric)
Embroidery hoop set screw (4)
Outer hoop (1)
! CAUTION
Make sure there is no hard item such as a button in the embroidery range.
Otherwise, the needle may be broken causing injury of operators.
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SETTING THE HOOP TO THE EMBROIDERY MACHINE
1.
Attach two holder bases (1) to the joint plate (2) in the direction indicated by
with screws (3).
symbol and secure them in place
Determine the holder base (1) attaching position meeting the size of the hoop.
Insert the right and left metallic tabs of the embroidery hoop set in the sections A and B in the direction of dashed
line arrows
and fix the tabs by engaging the hoop presser springs (4) of the holder bases (1) in the tabs.
PREPARATION
2.
Screw (3)
Hoop presser spring (4)
Joint plate (2)
A
Right hoop metallic tab
Holder base (1)
Screw (3)
Hoop presser spring (4)
Holder base (1)
B
Left hoop metallic tab
Embroidery hoop set
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ATTACHING THE TABLE
2.
Tighten the right and left fixing screws (3). This completes the attaching of the table.
PREPARATION
Push in the table (1) till it hits the bottom with care to maintain equally at both right and left of top of the base cover
(2) on the embroidery machine.
PREPARATION
1.
Fixing screw (3)
Base cover (2)
Base
Table (1)
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Fixing screw (3)
1.
Set a bobbin (2) on the under thread winding shaft (1).
2.
Place the spool (3) on the spool stand on the cover, pass the thread end through the thread tension regulator
guide (4) and wind the thread round the bobbin (2).
3.
Press the thread winder lever (5) to the right so that it touches the inner face of the bobbin (2).
4.
Thread is wound on the bobbin as the machine operates and the lever automatically returns back (turning to the
left) when a certain amount of thread is wound on the bobbin to stop winding of the under thread.
Thread tension
regulator guide (4)
Under thread winding shaft (1)
Bobbin (2)
Spool (3)
Thread winder lever (5)
Cover
Spool stand
Under thread may be used up during embroidery. In this case, set the under thread in the same manner as
explained above.
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PREPARATION
WINDING THE UNDER THREAD
CHECKUPS BEFORE STARTING OPERATION
Before starting the machine, carry out checkups as indicated below.
! CAUTION
PREPARATION
PREPARATION
Turn the main switch OFF before checking the machine prior to starting the operation.
If you check the machine without turning the main switch OFF, you could sustain injury.
Check Point
Covers
Description
Action
Check for disengagement.
Install if disengaged.
Check for disengagement.
Set if disengaged.
Check for breakage.
Set if broken.
Check for bend.
Replace if bent.
Check for breakage.
Replace if broken.
Check if appropriate amount of
oil applied.
Lubricate as required.
Thread
Needle
Rotary hook rail
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CHECKING THE EMBROIDERY HEAD
Check of the Color Change Device and Set Screw
The color change device selects needle bars. The machine will fail to operate if the color change cam is off the predetermined position (set screw is positioned right above or right below).
1.
Turn the handle of the color change device to bring the set screw to the top position.
Color change cam
Color change device
Handle
When the set screw of the handle is at the top position, an odd-numbered needle bar is selected.
Check of Needle Lowered Position
Check the needle lowered position only after checking the set screw position.
1.
Turn the main shaft handle counterclockwise while pressing it against the arm.
2.
When the needle enters the needle hole, check the needle location.
Needle
Needle hole
Handle
3.
Set screw
Make sure that the needle is located at the center of the needle hole.
If the needle is not positioned at the center, the needle could be bent. Replace it if necessary.
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PREPARATION
Color change cam will be set at the fixed position.
OPERATION PROCEDURE
《OPERATION BASICS》
STARTING AND STOPPING THE MACHINE
Power Switch
The power switch is provided on the power supply box.
Press the power switch at "O" side to turn the power OFF or at "I" to turn the
power ON.
OFF
ON
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Power switch
MACHINE STOP Switch
Use the MACHINE STOP switch to stop the machine in an emergency. When
the MACHINE STOP switch is pressed, the main shaft stops rotating and the
MACHINE STOP switch is locked in the pressed state.
Turn the switch in the arrow direction to release the lock.
START and STOP Keys
The START key, when pressed, starts machine operation and the STOP key,
when pressed, stops the machine.
The needle bar stops at the upper dead point when the STOP key is pressed.
START key
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STOP key
When reapplying the power, turn
the switch OFF and then turn it
back ON after several seconds.
STEPS TO START EMBRODIERY
Example: To input the design data using the flat hoop from USB FDD
(to be purchased separately)
1
Turn ON the power switch at the power supply box.
2
Select "FLAT" for "HOOP" using
3
Select "ON" for "INITIAL" using
4
Press the SET key.
and
(hoop travel keys).
ESP9000 series ==
HOOP
INITIAL
5
(hoop travel keys).
FLAT
ON
Press
.
<D>
The screen displays "EMB START". Press the DATA set menu key.
===== EMB START ====
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Press
6
For "INPUT DATA", select "USB" using
keys).
7
Press the SET key.
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
USB
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
.
and
Press
(hoop travel
.
8
Set the floppy disk in which the design data is stored to the FDD.
9
Select the design data using
and
(hoop travel keys).
Example: AISIN123
10 Press the SET key.
==== SELECT FILE ===
1
AISIN123.10O
STITCH
10713 ST
MEMORY 180876 ST
Press
25
.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
==
and
11 Input the needle numbers in the order of needle change using the
numeric keys.
12 Press the SET key.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
Press
.
01/04:
13 The screen will display the information as shown below when the
design data setting is completed.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
===== EMB START ====
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<D>
14 Set the fabric in the embroidery hoop.
15 Set the embroidery hoop in the embroidery machine.
16 Set the upper and under threads.
17 Press the TRACE key to check if the range of embroidery fits the size
and position of the embroidery hoop.
18 If the hoop position does not fit the range of embroidery, adjust the
position of the hoop using the hoop travel keys and repeat step 17
again.
If the hoop size does not fit the range of embroidery, change the hoop
(to be purchased separately) to the one that fits the range of
embroidery.
19 After confirming that the hoop is set in the correct position, press the
START key.
Embroidering starts up.
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Various kinds of setting can be
made after completing the setting
of design data.
SCREENS
The LCD screen displays variety of information to navigate the operation.
The information displayed on the LCD screen is briefly explained below.
● Basic Menu
Power ON
1 Hoop mode (FLAT / CAP / SLEEVE / BORDER / X-PANT)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
==== ESP9100NET ====
.
HOOP
INITIAL
2 Start point return motion and initializing at the power switch
"ON" (ON: Operated / OFF: Not)
FLAT
ON <D>
1
2
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
Use
to change the color change mode between
automatic and manual.
1
At the Start of Embroidery
1 File name
2 Forward/Back travel unit (1/10/100/C/n-ST)
3 Present number of stitches / Total number of stitches
3
4 Present step / Total number of steps:
Needle bar numbers in the order of color change
<Current needle bar number>
* In manual color change mode:
Use
to change the color change mode between auto===== EMB START ====
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1 Needle bar No.
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
During Embroidering
2
4
matic and manual.
and
1
.
1 Present number of stitches / Total number of stitches (ST)
Present number of stitches / Maximum speed (RPM)
Set for "1. SCREEN" of FUNCTION MENU.
1 Stop due to pause code
During Machine Stop
===== EMB START ====
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Insert "-" : Pause in the needle bar setting.
1
=== EMBROIDERING ===
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===== EMB PAUSE ====
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1
1 Needle bar No.
If "MANUAL" is selected for color change, the machine stops at
each color change operation.
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===== EMB PAUSE ====
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1
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
* In automatic color change mode:
● Function Menu: Pressing
in "EMB START" mode.
1 Screen (ST: Stitch / rpm: Speed)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
1
2 Thread breakage sensor (OFF / 1 - 5)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
3 Bobbin counter
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
2
3
to set the bobbin counter.
a Counter data (Actual accumulated value): Max. 999999
stitches
=== BOBBIN COUNTER ==
COUNTER
PRESET
b Preset data (Preset accumrated value): Max. 999999
1278 ST
30000 ST
a
b
Function Menu
stitches by Numeric keys
4 Lock stitch (So: Yes at start / S-: No at start; Eo : Yes at end /
E-: No at end)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
5 Satin stitch adjustment
(-: No adjustment / 1 - 5: Adjustment in 0.1 mm units)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
and
.
and
.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4.LOCK ST.
So Eo
5.SATIN ADJ. 2
6.SLOW START 2 ST
4
5
6
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7.TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8.JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9.TRIM LNGTH 3
7
8
9
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A.TRIM TMNG
+0
B.BORING
OFF
C.CORDING
OFF
A
B
C
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
D.SEQUIN
[SET]
A
D
6 Slow start (2 - 9 stitches)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
7 Trimming in jump (0 - 9 stitches)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
8 Jump length (OFF / 4.0 - 9.9 mm)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
and
.
and
.
and
.
9 Trimming length (1 - 17)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
A Trimming timing (–10 - +10)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
Function Menu
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
(Can be cleared)
B Boring (OFF / 1 - 2)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
C Cording (OFF / ON)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
D Sequin
Press the SET key
.
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and
.
● Hoop Menu: Pressing
in "EMB START" mode.
1 Hoop type (FLAT / CAP / SLEEVE / BORDER / X-PANT)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
2 Initialization (ON / OFF)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
Hoop Menu
3 Start point return after embroidering (AUTO / MANUAL)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
and
.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .HOOP
*FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3.START PNT
AUTO
1
2
3
===== HOOP MENU ====
4 .MANUAL SPD 1
5.HOOP TMNG
AUTO
6.OFFSET
AUTO
4
5
6
===== EDIT MENU ====
1 .SIZE X
100%
2.SIZE Y
100%
3.ROTATE
270
1
2
3
===== EDIT MENU ====
4 .MIRROR
OFF
5.REPEAT
[SET]
4
5
== REPEAT SETTING ==
PRIOR
HORIZONTAL
X TIMES
1
Y TIMES
1
a
b
c
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
5 Hoop drive start timing (AUTO / 250° )
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
and
.
and
.
and
.
and
.
6 Offset (AUTO / MANUAL)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
● Edit Menu: Pressing
in "EMB START" mode.
1 Size X
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
2 Size Y
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
3 Rotation (45° units)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
Edit Menu
4 Mirror (OFF / X (X-axis mirror) / Y (Y-axis mirror))
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
and
.
and
.
and
.
5 Repeat
* Repeat setting
a Direction of repeat (HORIZONTAL / VERTICAL)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
b Number of repetition times (01 - 99)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
c Repeat space (0 - 255 mm)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
4 Hoop travel speeds (1 - 3) in the manual mode
● Data Set Menu: Pressing
in "EMB START" mode.
1 Data input device (PC: Serial port / USB: FDD, USB memory)
Select with the hoop travel keys
and
the selection by pressing the SET key
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
, and confirm
1
.
*Input from PC
a Label name
=== INPUT THRU PC ==
NUMBER
01
NAME
DATA 01
MEMORY
280576 ST
a
b
==== SELECT FILE ===
01/03 AISIN 123.10O
STITCH
10713 ST
MEMORY
180876 ST
d
e
b Available memory size
c
Data Set Menu
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
*Input from USB
c Design No.
Design name
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
.
d Number of stitches of stored design
e Available memory size
2 Memory-stored design selection (Data selection)
Press the SET key
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
PC
2 .S ELE CT DA TA
3.DELETE DATA
.
a Memory No. / Number of registered designs
2
Design name
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
b Number of stitches of memory stored design
c Available memory size
30
and
.
a
==== SELECT DATA ====
01/03 AISIN 123.10O
STITCH
10713 ST
MEMORY
180876 ST
b
c
3 Memory-stored design deletion
Press the SET key
.
*Selecting the design
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3 .D ELE TE DA TA
3
==== DELETE DATA ===
01/03 AISIN 123.10O
STITCH
10713 ST
MEMORY
180876 ST
b
c
a Memory No. / Number of registered designs
a
Design name
Change the selection with the hoop travel key
and
.
b Number of stitches of memory stored design
c Available memory size
Press the SET key
==== DELETE DATA ===
.
a
a Press the SET key
key
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Data Set Menu
*Confirmation for deletion
DELETE OK ?
[Y=SET,N=ESC]
when Y (yes) or the ESCAPE
when N (no).
4 Memory mode
Press the SET key
===== DATA MENU ====
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
4. M E M O R Y M O D E
.
4
a Mode selection (SINGLE / MULTI)
Change the selection with the hoop travel keys
and
==== MEMORY MODE ===
.
MEMORY
===== DATA MENU ====
3.DELETE DATA
4.MEMORY MODE
5 .INITIAL MEMORY
3
5 Memory initialization
4
When the SET key
is pressed
a Press the SET key
MULTI
when Y (yes) or the ESCAPE
== INITIAL MEMORY ==
key
when N (no).
a
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DELETE ALL DATA OK ?
[Y=SET, N=ESC]
5
● Color Change Setting: Pressing
in "EMB START" mode.
*In automatic color change mode
1 Color change mode (AUTO / MANUAL)
Press the color change mode key
to select.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
1
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2
The lamp lights if manual mode is set.
Needle Bar Selection
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
2 Present step / Total number of steps: Color change sequence
Select with the hoop travel keys
"-" : Pause may be inserted by
and
and ten keys.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
STOP
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a
.
a Needle bar operation is suspended temporarily.
*In manual color change mode
1 Color change mode (AUTO / MANUAL)
Press the color change mode key
to select.
2 Present step / Total number of steps:
Present needle bar No.
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=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
MANUAL
1
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2
NO.7
《FUNCTION MENU》
CHANGING DISPLAY
Sets the information to be displayed during embroidering - number of stitches
or main shaft speed [*1].
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
===== EMB START ====
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2
Press
.
Select the desired display mode.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
Select "ST: stitch" or "rpm: number
of revolutions" for "SCREEN" using
the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
SCREEN: ST / rpm
Total number of stitches of the design
data set for embroidery
6/
1027
Present main shaft speed
6/ 240 rpm
3
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .S CRE EN
rpm
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
4
Press
.
End of operation
===== EMB START ====
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*1: Even if you select "rpm", the number of stitches of the design data set for embroidery is displayed while the machine stops.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
THREAD BREAK SENSOR
Sets the thread break detection sensing level.
1
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
===== EMB START ====
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2
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
.
Select "2. THREAD SNS" (thread break detection sensor).
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS OFF
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select the desired setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1.SCREEN
ST
2 .THREAD SNS OFF
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
Select "OFF", "1", "2", "3", "4" or "5"
for "THREAD SENS" using the following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Setting: OFF / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
- OFF: Does not detect break of
thread.
- 1 - 5: Detects break of thread at
the set number of
stitches.
∗ Sensitivity gets higher when a
smaller number is set.
4
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1.SCREEN
ST
2 .THREAD SNS 3
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
5
Press
.
End of operation
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BOBBIN COUNTER (SET)
Sets the number of stitches for stopping the machine automatically.
When the counted number of stitches reaches the preset number, the machine
stops automatically.
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1.SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3 .B OBB IN CN T [ SET ]
4
.
Select "3. BOBBIN CNT" (bobbin counter).
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .S CRE EN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
Determine the number of stitches
to be set for bobbin counter so that
the machine will stop before lower
thread is used up.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
Press
.
Input the preset number of stitches.
=== BOBBIN COUNTER ==
COUNTER
PRESET
0 ST
0 ST
7 8 9 0
4 5 6
1 2 3
If you make a mistake, clear the
value you have input by pressing
the CLEAR key and then input the
correct value again.
Input the preset number using the
numeric keys.
5
Press [SET] to confirm your input.
=== BOBBIN COUNTER ==
COUNTER
PRESET
0 ST
30000 ST
Press
.
When the number of stitches set
by the PRESET is reached, the
machine automatically stops, by
buzzer sounds and the message
below is displayed.
LOWER THREAD RUN OUT
6
Press the STOP key to reset the
alarm message, and then perform
the necessary work to restore
operation.
End of operation
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BOBBIN COUNTER (COUNTER)
Clears the counted number of stitches [*1].
1
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
(hoop
travel key).
Press
.
Select "COUNTER".
=== BOBBIN COUNTER ==
COUNTER
PRESET
5
Move the cursor using
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1.SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3 .BOBBIN CNT [SET]
4
.
Select "3. BOBBIN CNT" (bobbin counter).
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
1278 ST
30000 ST
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Clear the COUNTER data.
=== BOBBIN COUNTER ==
COUNTER
PRESET
6
1278 ST
30000 ST
Press
.
Press
.
Press [SET] to confirm the operation.
=== BOBBIN COUNTER ==
COUNTER
PRESET
7
0
ST
30000 ST
End of operation
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PRESET data can also be cleared
by pressing the CLEAR key after
selecting the SET key for BOBBIN
COUNTER.
LOCK STITCH
Sets "lock stitch" at the start and end of sewing.
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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.
:So / S-
Select the setting using the following
keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
:Eo / ESo:
Lock stitch at the start of
sewing
Eo:
Lock stitch at the start of
sewing
S-, E-: No lock stitching
Lock stitch: Back and forth stitching by one stitch
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4 .LOCK ST.
S- Eo
5.SATIN ADJ. OFF
6.SLOW START 2 ST
5
Press
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4 .L OCK ST .
So Eo
5.SATIN ADJ. OFF
6.SLOW START 2 ST
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .S CRE EN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
Press
End of operation
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.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
SATIN ADJUSTMENT
Sets adjustment of satin stitch width.
1
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select "OFF" "1", "2", "3", "4" or "5" of
SATIN AJD. using the following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Setting: OFF / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5
- OFF: Satin stitch width is not
adjusted.
- 1 - 5: 0.1 - 0.5 mm
Satin stitch width is extended on
both sides by the set adjustment
amount.
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4.LOCK ST.
So Eo
5 .SATIN ADJ. 1
6.SLOW START 2 ST
6
.
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4.LOCK ST.
So Eo
5 .SATIN ADJ. OFF
6.SLOW START 2 ST
5
Press
Select "4. SATIN ADJ." (satin stitch width adjustment).
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4 .LOCK ST.
So Eo
5.SATIN ADJ. OFF
6.SLOW START 2 ST
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
Press
.
End of operation
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SLOW START
Sets the number of main shaft rotations for which the main shaft rotates at a
slow speed when starting sewing after thread trimming.
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select "2"... or "9"using the following
keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4.LOCK ST.
So Eo
5.SATIN ADJ.
OFF
6 .SLOW START
2 ST
6
.
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4.LOCK ST.
So Eo
5.SATIN ADJ.
OFF
6 .SLOW START
2 ST
5
Press
Select "6. SLOW START" (slow start).
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
4 .LOCK ST.
So Eo
5.SATIN ADJ. OFF
6.SLOW START 2 ST
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .S CRE EN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
Press
End of operation
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.
Setting: 2 - 9 stitches
The number of stitches for slow
start
TRIMMING IN JUMP
Inserts thread trimming to stitches of consecutive jumps.
Thread is trimmed using the continuous jump signals.
1
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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Select "0", "1"... or "9" using the following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Setting: 0 / 1 / 2 / ... / 8 / 9 (ST)
- 0: Does not insert.
Keep pressing
or
value changes quickly.
, and the
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7 .TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8.JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9.TRIM LNGTH 3
5
Press the FUNCTION menu key two
times.
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7 .TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8.JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9.TRIM LNGTH 3
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
Press
.
End of operation
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When the number of jump signals
appearing in succession reaches
the set value, thread trimming is
inserted.
JUMP LENGTH
Sets the condition (length) for converting stitches into jump. Stitches longer
than the set length are converted into jump.
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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(hoop
travel key).
Select "OFF", "4.0"... or "9.9" using
the following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7.TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8 .JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9.TRIM LNGTH 3
6
Move the cursor using
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7.TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8 .JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9.TRIM LNGTH 3
5
Press the FUNCTION menu key
twice.
Select "8. JUMP LNGTH" (length of stitch).
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7 .TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8.JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9.TRIM LNGTH 3
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .S CRE EN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
Press
End of operation
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.
Setting: OFF, 4.0 ... 9.9 (ST)
- OFF: Does not insert.
Keep pressing
or
value changes quickly.
, and the
TRIMMING LENGTH
Sets the length of thread to be trimmed.
1
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
(hoop
travel key).
Setting: 1 / 2 / 3 / ... / 17
Select "1"... or "17" using the following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7.TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8.JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9 .TRIM LNGTH 3
6
Move the cursor using
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7.TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8.JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9 .TRIM LNGTH 3
5
Press the FUNCTION menu key
twice.
Select "9. TRIM LNGTH" (trimming length).
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
7 .TRIM JUMP
3 ST
8.JUMP LNGTH 6.0mm
9.TRIM LNGTH 3
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
Press
.
End of operation
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Shorter
1
8
Longer
17
A smaller number sets a shorter
thread trimming length and a
larger number sets a longer thread
trimming length.
TRIMMING TIMING
Sets the timing for starting trimming.
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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Select "-10"... or "+10" using the following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Setting: -10 / ... / -1 / 0 / +1 / ... /
+10
Earlier
-10
0
Later
+10
Adjust the timing meeting the
thread length after trimming the
kind of thread being used.
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A .TRIM TMNG
+10
B.BORING
OFF
C.CORDING
OFF
5
Press the FUNCTION menu key three
times.
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A .TRIM TMNG
0
B.BORING
OFF
C.CORDING
OFF
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .S CRE EN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
Press
End of operation
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.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
BORING
1
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select "OFF", "1" or "2" using the
following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Setting: OFF / 1 - 2
- OFF: Not using the boring
device.
- 1:
Boring without offset
moving.
- 2:
Boring with offset moving
(12 mm).
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A.TRIM TMNG
0
B .BORING
1
C.CORDING
OFF
6
Press the FUNCTION menu key three
times.
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A.TRIM TMNG
0
B .BORING
OFF
C.CORDING
OFF
5
.
Select "BORING".
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A .TRIM TMNG
0
B.BORING
OFF
C.CORDING
OFF
4
Press
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .SCREEN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
The boring device should be set on
the rightmost needle*.
Press
.
End of operation
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In the case of setting is "1" or "2",
the following functions are not
available on the rightmost needle.
- Auto and manual trimming
- Thread breakage sensing
CORDING
Change the display to FUNCTION MENU.
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(hoop
travel key).
Select "OFF" or "ON" using the
following keys:
Setting: OFF / ON
- OFF: Cording OFF
- ON: Cording ON
and (hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A.TRIM TMNG
0
B.BORING
OFF
C .CORDING
ON
6
Move the cursor using
Select the setting.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A.TRIM TMNG
0
B.BORING
OFF
C .CORDING
OFF
5
Press the FUNCTION menu key three
times.
Select "C. CORDING".
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
A.TRIM TMNG
0
B .BORING
OFF
C.CORDING
OFF
4
.
Change the displayed items.
=== FUNCTION MENU ==
1 .S CRE EN
ST
2.THREAD SNS 2
3.BOBBIN CNT [SET]
3
Press
The cording device should be set
on the leftmost needle (No. 1 needle).
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
Press
End of operation
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.
In the case of using cording.
- Auto and manual trimming is not
available on the No. 1 needle.
- Thread breakage sensing is not
available on the No. 1 needle.
- Cover opening sensing.
- The machine will be stop at the
beginning and the ending of the
cording, also in the auto color
change operation mode. Please
cut the thread by scissors etc.,
when you change needle.
《HOOP MENU》
HOOP MODE
Sets the embroidery hoop type - flat / cap / sleeve / border / X-Panto.
1
Change the display to HOOP MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Select "FLAT", "CAP", "SLEEVE",
"BORDER" or "X-PANT" using the
following keys:
and
Setting:
FLAT / CAP / SLEEVE / BORDER
/ X-PANT
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .H OO P M OD E
CAP
2.INITIALIZE
ON
3.START PNT
AUTO
4
.
Select the type of embroidery hoop.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .H OO P M OD E
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE
ON
3.START PNT
AUTO
3
Press
Change the embroidery hoop type
according to the hoop you to be
used.
Standard flat / tubular hoop
FLAT
Cap frame:
CAP
Cylinder frame:
SLEEVE
Border frame:
BORDER
X-Panto:
X-PANT
Press
.
End of operation
The screen returns to the start-up
screen (the initial screen displayed
when the power is turned ON)
when the hoop mode is set.
Press the SET key to display the
EMB START screen.
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INITIALIZATION
Sets if initial point is searched for when the power is turned ON.
Change the display to HOOP MENU.
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(hoop
travel key).
Select "ON" or "OFF" using the
following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1.HOOP MODE
FLAT
2 .I NIT IAL IZ E O N
3.START PNT
MANUAL
5
Move the cursor using
Select the setting.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1.HOOP MODE
FLAT
2 .I NIT IAL IZ E O N
3.START PNT
AUTO
4
.
Select "2. INITIALIZE" (initialization).
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .H OOP MO DE
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3.START PNT
AUTO
3
Press
Press
End of operation
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.
Setting: ON / OFF
- ON:
When the SET key is
pressed after turning the
power ON, the hoop
automatically travels to
the start point.
- OFF: The hoop does not travel
automatically.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
START POINT RETURN MODE
Sets the mode (automatic/manual) to move the hoop to the start point.
1
Change the display to HOOP MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
(hoop
travel key).
Select "AUTO" or "MANUAL" using
the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1.HOOP
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE
ON
3 .START PNT
AUTO
5
Move the cursor using
Select the setting.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1.HOOP
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3 .START PNT
MANUAL
4
.
Select "3. START PNT" (start point return mode).
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .HOOP
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3.START PNT
MANUAL
3
Press
Press
.
End of operation
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Setting:
- AUTO:
AUTO / MANUAL
The hoop automatically travels to the start
point at the completion
of embroidery.
- MANUAL: The hoop stops at the
position where embroidery is completed. To
return the hoop to the
start point, press the
start point return key.
MANUAL SPEED
Sets hoop travel speed.
Change the display to HOOP MENU.
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.
Setting: 1 / 2 / 3
Select "1", "2" or "3" using the following keys:
and (hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== HOOP MENU ====
4 .MANUAL SPD
3
5.HOOP TMNG
AUTO
6.OFFSET
AUTO
5
Press
Select the setting.
===== HOOP MENU ====
4 .MANUAL SPD
3
5.HOOP TMNG
AUTO
6.OFFSET
AUTO
4
.
Change the displayed items.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .H OOP MO DE
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3.START PNT
MANUAL
3
Press
Press
End of operation
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.
1
Low speed
2
Medium
speed
3
High speed
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
HOOP TIMING
Sets the hoop drive start timing.
1
Change the display to HOOP MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
.
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select "AUTO" or "250°" u s i n g
the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== HOOP MENU ====
4.MANUAL SPD
1
5 .HOOP TMNG
250°
6.OFFSET
MANUAL
6
Press
Select the setting.
===== HOOP MENU ====
4.MANUAL SPD 1
5 .HOOP TMNG
AUTO
6.OFFSET
MANUAL
5
.
Select "5. HOOP TMNG" (hoop drive start timing).
===== HOOP MENU ====
4 .MANUAL SPD 1
5.HOOP TMNG
AUTO
6.OFFSET
MANUAL
4
Press
Change the displayed items.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .HOOP MODE
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3.START PNT
MANUAL
3
"CAP" and "SLEEVE" hoop timing
are 250° only.
Press
.
End of operation
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Setting: AUTO / 250°
- AUTO: Automatically adjusted
- 250°: The hoop drive starts
always at 250°.
OFFSET
Sets if the hoop automatically travels to the offset position.
Change the display to HOOP MENU.
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====
1
AUTO
AUTO
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select "AUTO" or "MANUAL" using
the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== HOOP MENU ====
4.MANUAL SPD 1
5.HOOP TMNG
AUTO
6 .O FFS ET
MANUAL
6
.
Select the setting.
===== HOOP MENU ====
4.MANUAL SPD
1
5.HOOP TMNG
AUTO
6 .O FFS ET
AUTO
5
Press
Select "6. OFFSET" (hoop offset).
===== HOOP MENU
4.MANUAL SPD
5 .HOOP TMNG
6.OFFSET
4
.
Change the displayed items.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .H OOP MO DE
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3.START PNT
MANUAL
3
Press
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
For details of offset, refer to Pages
76 and 77.
Press
End of operation
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.
Setting:
- AUTO:
AUTO / MANUAL
The hoop travels
automatically to the
offset position upon
completion of
embroidering or
pausing in the auto
color change.
- MANUAL: The hoop does not
travel automatically.
When OFFSET is
pressed, the hoop
automatically travels
to the preset offset
position.
TRACE MODE
1
Change the display to HOOP MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
.
Change the displayed items.
===== HOOP MENU ====
1 .HOOP MODE
FLAT
2.INITIALIZE ON
3.START PNT
MANUAL
3
Press
For details of offset, refer to Pages
75 and 88.
Press
+
Select "7. TRACE MODE".
===== HOOP MENU ====
7 .TRACE MODE
RECT
Select "RECT" or "LINE" using the
following keys:
and
4
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== HOOP MENU ====
7 .TRACE MODE
LINE
5
.
Press
.
End of operation
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《EDIT》
SIZE
Change the display to EDIT MENU.
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(hoop travel keys)
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select a value between "80%"and
"120%" using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
===== EDIT MENU ====
1.SIZE X
110%
2 .SIZE Y
90%
3.ROTATE
0
6
and
Select the setting for "SIZE Y".
===== EDIT MENU ====
1.SIZE X
110%
2 .SIZE Y
110%
3.ROTATE
0
5
Select a value between "80%"and
"120%" using the following keys:
When setting the "1. SIZE X", the
value of "2. SIZE Y" is changed in
conjunction with the SIZE X at the
same ratio.
Select "SIZE Y".
===== EDIT MENU ====
1 .SIZE X
110%
2.SIZE Y
110%
3.ROTATE
0
4
.
Select the setting for "SIZE X".
===== EDIT MENU ====
1 .SIZE X
100%
2.SIZE Y
100%
3.ROTATE
0
3
Press
Press
End of operation
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.
If you do not set the SIZE X and
SIZE Y independently, press the
[SET] key to complete the setting.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
For details of mirror, refer to
Page 83.
DESIGN ROTATION
1
Change the display to EDIT MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
(hoop
travel key).
Select "0°", "45°", "90°", "135°",
"180°", "225°", "270°" or "315°" using
the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
===== EDIT MENU ====
1.SIZE X
100%
2.SIZE Y
100%
3 .ROTATE
315
5
Move the cursor using
Select "ROTATE".
===== EDIT MENU ====
1.SIZE X
100%
2.SIZE Y
100%
3 .ROTATE
0
4
.
Change the displayed items.
===== EDIT MENU ====
1 .SIZE X
100%
2.SIZE Y
100%
3.ROTATE
0
3
Press
Press
.
End of operation
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Rotation angle can be set in 45°
units in the CW direction.
MIRROR
Change the display to EDIT MENU.
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2
Press
.
Press
.
Change the displayed items.
===== EDIT MENU ====
1 .SIZE X
100%
2.SIZE Y
100%
3.ROTATE
0
3
For details of mirror, refer to Page
83.
Select the axis as the base line for reversing the design data.
===== EDIT MENU ====
4 .MIRROR
OFF
5.REPEAT
[SET]
Select "OFF", "X" or "Y" using the
following keys:
and
Data is reversed symmetrically
around the X-/Y-axis.
Y
(hoop travel keys)
Reversal around
the Y-axis
X
Reversal
around the X-axis
4
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== EDIT MENU ====
4 .MIRROR
Y
5.REPEAT
[SET]
5
Press
End of operation
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.
To edit the design data continuously, move the cursor to
"ROTATE" or "REPEAT" using
(hoop travel key) and input the
data for "ROTATE" or "REPEAT"
before pressing the SET key.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
DESIGN REPEAT
1
Change the display to EDIT MENU.
For details of repeat, refer to Page
84.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
.
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== EDIT MENU ====
4.MIRROR
OFF
5 .REPEAT
[SET]
5
Press
Select "5. REPEAT" .
===== EDIT MENU ====
4 .MIRROR
OFF
5.REPEAT
[SET]
4
.
Change the displayed items.
===== EDIT MENU ====
1 .SIZE X
100%
2.SIZE Y
100%
3.ROTATE
0
3
Press
Press
.
Select the setting for "PRIOR" (priority).
== REPEAT SETTING ==
PRIOR
HORIZONTAL
X TIMES
1
Y TIMES
1
Select "HORIZONTAL" or
"VERTICAL" using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Setting: HORIZONTAL /
VERTICAL
HORIZONTAL:Priority is given to the
horizontal direction
repeating.
J
J
J
VERTICAL:
J
J
J
6
Select "X TIMES".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
PRIOR
VERTICAL
X TIMES
1
Y TIMES
1
Move the cursor using
travel key).
56
(hoop
J
J
J
J
J
J
Priority is given to the
vertical direction repeating.
J
J
J
J
J
J
Select the setting for "X TIMES".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
PRIOR
VERTICAL
X TIMES
1
Y TIMES
1
8
and
X TIMES: 01 - 99
(hoop travel keys)
Select "Y TIMES".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
PRIOR
VERTICAL
X TIMES
5
Y TIMES
1
9
Select a value between "1"and "99"
using the following keys:
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select the setting for "Y TIMES".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
PRIOR
VERTICAL
X TIMES
5
Y TIMES
1
Select a value between "1"and "99"
using the following keys:
and
Y TIMES: 01 - 99
(hoop travel keys)
10 Select "X SPACE".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
PRIOR
VERTICAL
X TIMES
5
Y TIMES
50
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
11 Select the setting for "X SPACE".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
X TIMES
5
Y TIMES
50
X SPACE
0mm
X SPACE: 0 - 255mm
Select a value between "0mm"and
"255mm" using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
12 Select "Y SPACE".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
X TIMES
5
Y TIMES
50
X SPACE
150mm
Move the cursor using
travel key).
57
(hoop
SPACE indicates the spacing
between the design data arranged
adjacently.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
7
13 Select the setting for "Y SPACE".
== REPEAT SETTING ==
Y TIMES
50
X SPACE
150mm
Y SPACE
0mm
Y SPACE: 0 - 255mm
Select a value between "0mm"and
"255mm" using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
14 Press [SET] to return to the EDIT MENU screen.
== REPEAT
Y TIMES
X SPACE
Y SPACE
SETTING ==
50
150mm
200mm
Press
two times.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
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《COLOR CHANGE SETTING》
COLOR CHANGE MODE
Sets the color change mode - automatic or manual.
Change the display to COLOR CHANGE.
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Press
.
Select the desired mode.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
Press
.
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3
MANUAL: Lamp ON
Manual
color change
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
MANUAL
01/15:
4
AUTO: Lamp OFF
Automatic
color change
Press
.
When the manual mode is set, the
presently used needle number is
displayed as shown below.
01/15:
NO.D
NO.D
End of operation
To change the needle bar, refer to
the manual operation step
explained in Page 60.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
NEEDLE BAR SETTING (INPUT)
Sets the needle bar step at the screen.
1
Change the display to COLOR CHANGE.
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Press
.
Input the needle bar number (Example: Needle bar No. 11).
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
+10
1
.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
01/04:
Press the keys in the order of
To input needle bar numbers consecutively, repeat the operation of
"Input the needle number" →
"Input the needle number for the
next step". Press the SET key
after inputting needle number for
all desired steps.
Needle bar
No. 1 …
No.
Operation
1
Indication
1
No. 10
+10
…
0
A
No. 11
+10
1
B
Needle bar Nos. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
and 15 are indicated as A, B, C, D,
E and F with the LCD on the operation panel box.
3
Input the needle bar number for the next step.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
02/04:B
7 8 9 0
4 5 6
1 2 3 +10
Select the needle bar number by
pressing the numeric keys.
4
Press [SET] to confirm the setting of needle bar numbers.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
Press
.
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5
End of operation
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Set the needle bar number for
all steps.
NEEDLE BAR SETTING (CHANGE)
Changes the needle bar number of a desired step.
Change the display to COLOR CHANGE.
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2
.
Select the step.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
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3
Press
Move the cursor to the step where
you want to change the needle bar
number using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Input the needle bar number (Example: Changing needle bar No. 2 to
needle bar No. 11)
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
02/15:1 23456789ABCDE
Press the keys in the order of
1
+10
.
To change needle bar number for
other steps, repeat the operation of
"Select the step" → "Input the needle number". Press the SET key
after changing the needle number
for all desired steps.
Needle bar
No. 1 …
No.
Operation
1
Indication
1
No. 10
+10
…
0
A
No. 11
+10
1
B
Needle bar Nos. 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
and 15 are indicated as A, B, C, D,
E and F with the LCD on the operation panel box.
4
Press [SET] to confirm the setting of needle bar numbers.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
Press
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5
End of operation
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.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
PAUSE SETTING
Sets for pausing of sewing after color change.
1
Change the display to COLOR CHANGE.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
.
Select the step.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
3
Press
Select the step using the following
keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Select the needle bar (Example: Setting pause in needle step 4).
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
Press
.
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4
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
STOP
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5
To set the pause for other needle
bar steps, repeat the operation of
"Select the step" → "Select the
needle bar". Press the SET key
after setting the pause for all
desired steps.
When the pause is set, "-" is
inserted before the set step.
Press
.
End of operation
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《DATA SET MENU》
DATA INPUT (USB FDD)
The following explains the procedure for inputting the design data from floppy
disk to the machine. The input design data is set as the embroidery data.
Insert the floppy disk to floppy disk drive.
2
Change the display to DATA MENU.
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Indication
Select "USB" using the following
keys:
and
1 … 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1 … 9 A
B
C
D
E
F
The black square symbol, blinking
on the screen, indicates the
selected item.
(hoop travel keys)
1 .INPUT DATA
.
While the floppy disk is being read,
the screen displays the message
as shown below.
Press
PC
FILE SEARCHING
Select the design data (Example: AISIN 123).
==== SELECT FILE ===
1
AISIN900.10O
STITCH
10713 ST
MEMORY 180876 ST
6
Needle bar
No.
Read the floppy disk.
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .I NPU T D AT A
USB
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
5
.
Select "USB" for "1. INPUT DATA".
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .I NPU T D AT A
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
4
Press
Select the design data using the
following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Input the selected design data.
==== SELECT FILE ===
09/23
AISIN123.10O
STITCH
2451 ST
MEMORY 180876 ST
Press
63
.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
7
Set the needle bar steps (Example: 11 (B), 5, 7, 3).
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
01/04:
7 8 9 0
4 5 6
1 2 3 +10
Set the number at which the needle bar is changed by pressing the
ten keys.
8
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
Press
.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
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9
End of operation
The input design data is set as the
embroidery data.
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DATA INPUT (PC)
The following explains the procedure for inputting the design data from an
external device connected to the serial port to the machine (PC). The input
data is set as the embroidery data.
1
Remove the connector cover.
2
Connect the external device to the serial port of the machine.
Before connecting an external
device (PC) to the machine (serial
port), turn OFF the power supply to
the external device and the
machine.
Embroidery
machine
Use the special cable (to be purchased separately) for connecting
an external device (PC) to the
serial port of the machine.
3
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Serial Cable
Turn ON the power switch of the machine.
Power supply box
4
After making sure that the power is supplied to the machine, turn ON
the power switch of the external device.
5
Send the design data from the external device.
6
Change the display to DATA MENU.
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.
Select "PC" for "1. INPUT DATA".
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
USB
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
8
Press
Select "PC" using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Read the data from the external device.
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
Press
65
.
9
Press [SET] (Example: In case of design No. 1).
=== INPUT THRU PC ==
NUMBER
01
NAME
DATA 01
MEMORY
280576 ST
Press the keys in the order of
1
.
When you press the SET key after
inputting the design number registered in the external device, data
reading starts.
10 End of data setting of the embroidery data
When the data is read, the screen
will show the color change mode
screen as shown below after the
input of the design data.
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1
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
01/12:
Input the needle bar No. at the cursor position.
Refer to Page 60.
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DATA INPUT (LAN)
The following explains the procedure for inputting the design data from an
external device connected to the LAN port. The input data is set as the
embroidery data.
1
Remove the connector cover.
2
Connect the external device to the LAN port of the machine.
Before connecting an external
device (PC) to the machine (LAN
port), turn OFF the power supply to
the external device and the
machine.
LAN Cable
Embroidery
machine
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
3
Use the special cable (to be purchased separately) for connecting
an external device (PC) to the LAN
port of the machine.
Turn ON the power switch of the machine.
Power supply box
4
After making sure that the power is supplied to the machine, turn ON
the power switch of the external device.
5
Send the design data from the external device.
6
Change the display to DATA MENU.
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7
.
Select "PC" for "1. INPUT DATA".
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
USB
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
8
Press
Select "PC" using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Read the data from the external device.
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
Press
67
.
9
Press [SET] (Example: In case of design No. 1).
=== INPUT THRU PC ==
NUMBER
01
NAME
DATA 01
MEMORY
280576 ST
Press the keys in the order of
1
.
When you press the SET key after
inputting the design number registered in the external device, data
reading starts.
10 End of data setting of the embroidery data
When the data is read, the screen
will show the color change mode
screen as shown below after the
input of the design data.
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1
0/ 280576
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
=== COLOR CHANGE ===
MODE
AUTO
01/12:
Input the needle bar No. at the cursor position.
Refer to Page 60.
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DATA SELECT
The following explains the procedure for setting the memory stored design
data as the data for embroidery.
Change the display to DATA MENU.
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travel key).
Press
.
Select the design data using the
following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Set the data as the embroidery data.
==== SELECT DATA ===
03/03
FLOWER.10O
STITCH
3972 ST
MEMORY 180876 ST
6
(hoop
Select the design data (Example: FLOWER).
==== SELECT DATA ===
01/03
AISIN123.10O
STITCH
10713 ST
MEMORY 180876 ST
5
Move the cursor using
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
PC
2 .S ELE CT DA TA
3.DELETE DATA
4
.
Select "2. SELECT DATA".
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .I NPU T D AT A
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
3
Press
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
Press
End of operation
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.
DATA DELETION
The following explains the procedure for deleting the design data stored in
memory of the machine.
1
Change the display to DATA MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
travel key).
Press
.
Select the design using the following
keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [CLEAR] to delete the selected design data.
==== DELETE DATA ====
07/12
FLOWER.10O
STITCH
3972 ST
MEMORY
180876 ST
6
(hoop
Select the design data to be deleted (Example: FLOWER).
==== DELETE DATA ====
01/12
AISIN123.10O
STITCH 1027 ST
MEMORY 180876 ST
5
Move the cursor using
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== DATA MENU ====
1.INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3 .DELETE DATA
4
.
Select "3. DELETE DATA".
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
3
Press
Press
.
Press
.
Press [SET] to confirm the operation.
==== DELETE DATA ====
DELETE OK ?
[Y=SET,N=ESC]
7
End of operation
Design data can be deleted continuously. Repeat steps 4, 5, 6 and 7.
==== DELETE DATA ====
07/11 DOG.10O
STITCH
5098 ST
MEMORY
184848 ST
To restore the EMB START screen, press the ESCAPE key twice.
70
MEMORY MODE
Sets if the design data is stored in memory or not when inputting design data.
Change the display to DATA MENU.
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2
.
Press
.
Select the mode.
==== MEMORY MODE ===
MEMORY
5
Press
Select "4. MEMORY MODE".
===== DATA MENU ====
4 .M EMO RY MO DE
5.INITIAL MEMORY
4
.
Change the displayed items.
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .I NPU T D AT A
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
3
Press
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
MULTI
MULTI:
Select "MULTI" or "SINGLE" using the
following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
For storing more than
one design data in
memory.
SINGLE: When one embroidery
data is saved in the
memory, previous
embroidery data is
deleted.
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
==== MEMORY MODE ===
MEMORY
6
SINGLE
Press
.
End of operation
If "SINGLE" is set for MEMORY,
input the data from PC or USB
device.
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .I NPU T D AT A
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
To restore the EMB START
screen, press the ESCAPE key.
71
MEMORY INITIALIZATION
Clears all memory-stored design data.
1
Change the display to DATA MENU.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
.
Move the cursor using
travel key).
Press
.
Press [SET] to confirm the operation.
The message below is displayed
during memory initialization.
== INITIAL MEMORY ==
DELETE ALL DATA OK ?
[Y=SET,N=ESC]
6
(hoop
Press [SET] to initialize the memory.
===== DATA MENU ====
4.MEMORY MODE
5 .INITIAL MEMORY
5
Press
Select "5. INITIAL MEMORY".
===== DATA MENU ====
4 .MEMORY MODE
5.INITIAL MEMORY
4
.
Change the displayed items.
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
3
Press
Press
.
=== INITIALIZING ===
End of operation
Since all design data has been
deleted, input the design data at
this step.
To restore the EMB START screen
without inputting the design data,
press the ESC key. The EMB
START screen will be as shown
below if there is no data set as the
embroidery data.
===== DATA MENU ====
1 .INPUT DATA
PC
2.SELECT DATA
3.DELETE DATA
===== EMB START ====
.
1
0/
0
01/00:
(D)
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《MANUAL OPERATION》
COLOR CHANGE
This operation slides the needle bar case to change color.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
Select manual color change operation.
===== EMB START ====
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2
3
Press
When the operation mode is
changed from automatic to manual, the lamp is lit.
.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
Select the needle bar.
===== EMB START ====
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Press
===== EMB START ====
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[SET]
Press
.
.
End of operation
===== EMB START ====
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1
0/ 1027
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4
Return the mode from manual to automatic.
===== EMB START ====
AISIN123.10O
1
0/ 1027
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Press
===== EMB START ====
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.
When the operation mode is
changed back from manual to
automatic, the lamp is turned OFF.
START POINT RETURN MODE
This operation moves the embroidery hoop to the start point [*1]
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
1
Select the start point return operation.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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2
Press
.
Press [SET] to confirm the selection.
===== EMB PAUSE ====
CANCEL EMB ?
[Y=SET,N=ESC]
Press
.
If the hoop is returned to the start
point during embroidering, embroidery cannot be continued.
The hoop moves to the start point
position when the SET key is
pressed.
3
End of operation
===== EMB START ====
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*1: Start point is the start point of design. If automatic offset is set, the offset start position is taken as the start point.
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TRACE
This operation moves the hoop along the embroidery range (maximum dimension: vertical × horizontal) of the design data.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
Select TRACE.
===== EMB START ====
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For details of trace operation, refer
to Page 88.
Press
.
Trace operation is not allowed during embroidering.
If you press the TRACE key during
tracing, the hoop stops traveling at
the nearest corner in the direction
of present traveling.
Tracing restarts when the TRACE
key is pressed again.
Trace mode: RECT / LINE
RECT:
Traces the embroidery
area square.
LINE:
Traces the embroidery
area along its outline.
* When the repeating function is
used, the embroidery area is
traced square even if the "LINE" is
selected.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
OFFSET (POSITION SETTING)
This operation sets the offset position, which is taken as the start point of a
design.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands under the
needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
1
Select OFFSET.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
===== EMB START ====
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2
Set the desired offset position by pressing the hoop travel
keys.
Press
Pressing the SET key registers the
setting position on the embroidery
machine so that it can be used on
all design data.
.
End of operation
If you set "AUTO" for "6. OFFSET"
of HOOP MENU, the hoop travels
to and stops at the offset position
after the completion of embroidery.
The screen as shown to the left is
displayed. This indicates that the
hoop has stopped at the offset
position.
===== EMB START ====
OFFSET
Dx
+ 27.1 (+ 27.1)
Dy
- 56.4 (- 56.4)
5
Set the offset position by actually
moving the hoop to the desired
position using the hoop travel
keys. The coordinate values of the
hoop position are displayed in the
screen.
Press [SET] to confirm the position.
===== EMB START ====
OFFSET
Dx
+ 27.1 (+ 0.0)
Dy
- 56.4 (+ 0.0)
4
.
Set the offset position.
===== EMB START ====
OFFSET
Dx
+ 0.0 (+ 0.0)
Dy
+ 0.0 (+ 0.0)
3
Press
Return the hoop back to the previously located position.
===== EMB START ====
OFFSET
Dx
+ 27.1 (+ 27.1)
Dy
- 56.4 (- 56.4)
Press
.
===== EMB START ====
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The hoop travels back to the position before offsetting when you
press the offset key.
OFFSET (HOOP TRAVELING)
This operation moves the hoop to the offset position and back to the position
located before offsetting.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
Select OFFSET.
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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2
Press
.
Press the offset key and the hoop
moves to the registered offset
position.
Return the hoop back to the previously located position.
===== EMB PAUSE ====
OFFSET
Dx
+ 27.1 (+ 27.1)
Dy
- 56.4 (- 56.4)
Press
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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.
The hoop travels back to the position before offsetting when you
press the offset key.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
TRIMMING
This operation trims thread.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
1
Select TRIMMING.
Press
.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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If you select trimming, the main
shaft rotates. When lock stitch is
selected (Page 37), one stitch is
sewn before trimming.
HOOP FORWARD/BACK (TRAVEL UNITS)
This operation moves the hoop forward or backward in increments of set unit of
travel.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
Select MODE (Example: Color-change unit).
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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2
repeatedly to
select "C", representing the
color-change unit.
Setting:
-1:
- 10 :
- 100 :
-C:
- n-ST :
1 / 10 / 100 / C / n-ST
1-stitch unit
10-stitch unit
100-stitch unit
Color-change unit
Numeric-key input stitch
position
Hoop forward in color-change units (Example)
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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3
Press
Press
.
When you press the FORWARD
key, the hoop travels to the colorchange stitch position.
Each pressing of the FORWARD
key makes the hoop to travel to the
next color change position.
When you press the BACK key, the
hoop travels to the color change
stitch position.
Each pressing of the BACK key
causes the hoop to travel to the
previous color change position.
End of operation
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
HOOP FORWARD/BACK (n-STITCH FEED)
This operation moves the hoop forward or backward to the input stitch position.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
1
Select MODE (n ST).
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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2
Press
repeatedly to
select "n", representing the
numeric-key input stitch position.
7 8 9 0
4 5 6
1 2 3
Input the number of stitches using
the numeric keys.
If the input number of stitches is
larger than the present number of
stitches, the hoop travels forward
and if it is smaller than the present
number of stitches, the hoop travels back.
Move the hoop to the input stitch position.
=== FORWARD/BACK ===
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*
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4
1 / 10 / 100 / C / n-ST
1-stitch unit
10-stitch unit
100-stitch unit
Color-change unit
Numeric-key input stitch
position
Input the number of stitches (Example: 356).
===== EMB PAUSE ====
AISIN123.10O
n ST
75/ 1027
02/15:123456789AB<D>
3
Setting:
-1:
- 10 :
- 100 :
-C:
- n-ST :
Press
.
End of operation
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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Pressing the SET key makes it
traveling forward or backward
(hoop travel) to the input stitch
position.
HOOP FORWARD
This operation moves the hoop forward.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
Select FORWARD.
===== EMB START ====
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2
.
Keep pressing [FORWARD].
===== FORWARD =====
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3
Press
When the setting is "1-stitch unit",
pressing the FORWARD key once
makes the hoop to travel forward
by a single stitch.
Press
The hoop stops traveling at the color change position.
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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.
If you keep the FORWARD key
pressed for more than one second,
the hoop keeps traveling forward
even if you release the FORWARD
key.
Press the STOP key to stop the
hoop from traveling.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
HOOP BACK
This operation moves the hoop backward.
! CAUTION
When performing this operation, do not put your hands or others
under the needle or on the table.
Otherwise, you could get hurt when the needle or hoop has
moved.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
1
Select BACK.
===== EMB PAUSE ====
AISIN123.10O
1
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2
.
Keep pressing [BACK].
======= BACK =======
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3
Press
When the setting is "1-stitch unit",
pressing the BACK key once
makes the hoop to travel backward
by a single stitch.
Press
If you keep the BACK key pressed
for more than one second, the
hoop keeps traveling backward
even if you release the BACK key.
Press the STOP key to stop the
hoop from traveling.
.
The hoop stops traveling at the color change position.
The hoop keeps traveling backward up to the color change position.
===== EMB PAUSE ====
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《OUTLINE OF FUNCTIONS》
ROTATION
This function rotates the design data which is set as the embroidery data.
The design data is rotated around the start position of the design.
Unit of rotation : 45
<Example: 270 rotation>
270
90
Design start point
180
MIRROR
This function reverses the design data which is set as the embroidery data.
The design data is reversed around the X-/Y-axis that passes the start point of
the design.
Mirror axis: X (reversal around the X-axis) / Y (reversal around the Y-axis)
Original
design
<Example: Mirror X-axis>
Original design
<Example: 270 rotation and mirror X-axis>
If both ROTATION and MIRROR
are set, design data is first rotated
and then reversed.
Original design
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Original design
Original
design
0
REPEAT
This function repeatedly embroiders the design data which is set as the
embroidery data.
The function allows the setting of direction of repeat, the number of repetition
times and the spacing between designs.
The design arranged using the repeat function may be rotated and
reversed.
Priority: Repeat
Rotation
Mirror
<Example: Direction: Horizontal, Times: 3, Space: 55 mm
Times 2, Space 70 mm>
Vertical,
70 mm
Direction:
Horizontal
Direction:
Vertical
: Design
start point
You can check the entire embroidery range by executing trace after setting
the repeat data. Adjust the start point, number of repetition times and
spacing so that the embroidery range will not exceed beyond the hoop.
<Example: Direction:
Horizontal, Times: 3, Space: 60 mm,
Times: 2, Space: 80 mm, Rotation:
270 , Mirror:
80 mm
Vertical,
X>
Direction: Horizontal (Although
"HORIZONTAL" is set for
direction, design is arranged
since 270 rotation is set.)
Direction: Vertical (Although "VERTICAL"
is set for direction, design is
arranged since 270 rotation is
set.)
60 mm
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Rotation
Mirror
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
55 mm
Design start
position
OFFSET
This function moves the hoop to the position set as the offset position and
returns the hoop to the originally located position after finishing the work.
For offset, automatic/manual setting is possible (hoop setting).
1. Manual Offset
Pressing the MOVE HOOP key (offset key) while the machine is at a still
causes the hoop to travel to the offset position. Pressing the offset key again
returns the hoop to the previously located position.
Offset position
<Example: Arranging applique>
.
Stop position
(2) Press
.
(Move the hoop to the offset
position.)
(3) Arrange the applique.
(4) Press
.
(Return the hoop to the previously located position.)
Setting a pause at color
change (Page 62) will facilitate arranging such as applique.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
(1) Press
2. Automatic Offset
Set "AUTO" for "OFFSET" in hoop setting with the offset position set, and the
hoop travels to and stops at the offset position after the completion of embroidery.
Offset position
<Example: Changing the hoop>
(1) End of embroidery
End position of
embroidery
(2) The hoop travels to the offset
position automatically.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Design start position
(3) Remove the hoop.
(4) Attach the new hoop.
(5) Press the START key. The
hoop travels to the design start
position and embroidery starts.
When embroidering the same
design, set "AUTO" for START
PNT (Page 48) to embroider
the design from the same start
point.
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SATIN ADJUSTMENT
This function expands satin stitch width.
To expand satin stitch width, set an adjustment value for "SATIN ADJ." of
FUNCTION MENU.
Setting: OFF, 1 to 5 (+0.1 to +0.5 mm)
If "2" is set, +0.2 mm is added on both sides of the normal satin stitch width.
Satin stitch adjustment is made according to the set adjustment value for stitch
width of 1.5 mm or larger. For satin stitch width less than this limit, satin stitch width
is adjusted with a value smaller than the set value.
By changing the setting of DIP switch (DSW2-4) at the operation panel, this limit
width can be changed so that satin stitch adjustment is possible for 0.6 mm or
larger stitch width.
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OPERATION
PROCEDURE
Normal satin
stitch width
Adjustment
Adjustment
value
value
TRACE
This function makes the hoop travel along the rectangle that surrounds the
embroidery range of the design data that has been set as the embroidery data.
Tracing will start from the design start point and move to the rear right, rear left,
front left and front right corners of the embroidery range, then return to the
design start point.
OPERATION
PROCEDURE
If repeat is set, the function traces the entire embroidery range.
If the TRACE key is pressed during tracing, tracing stops at the nearest corner
in the trace advancing direction.
Tracing restarts when the TRACE key is pressed again.
It is possible to stop tracing at each corner by repeating this.
The hoop position can be adjusted by hoop travel keys when the hoop stops at
each corner.
If "Mirror: Y" is set, trace is made in the manner as shown below.
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Design
start point
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
DAILY MAINTENANCE
! WARNING
Turn OFF the power switch before starting maintenance work.
Otherwise, you may sustain electric shock or injury caused by being caught by the embroidery machine.
Only properly trained personnel are allowed to perform maintenance work.
Otherwise, a worker may sustain electric shock or injury.
Before starting the machine after maintenance work, attach all covers and other parts detached for
maintenance work correctly as before.
Otherwise, a worker may sustain electric shock or injury.
Do not attempt to repair by yourself.
Otherwise, a worker may sustain electric shock or injury.
Do not modify the machine.
Otherwise, a worker may sustain electric shock or injury.
Consult your TOYOTA dealer when you need a repair on the machine.
Maintenance Stop
Maintenance stop requests some kind of maintenance work and it is not the stop due to the occurrence of an error.
Maintenance stop message is displayed at the start of embroidery (after the pressing of the START key).
If the message shown in the right appears at the start of embroidery, supply
lubricating oil to the rail on rotary hook (Page 91).
After supplying lubricating oil as instructed, press the STOP key to exit the maintenance mode and continue normal embroidery work.
== MAINT. REQUIRED ==
One drop of oil
As per Inst. Manual
== MAINT. REQUIRED ==
!CAUTION:Grease Cams
Take- up, Presser
As per Inst. Manual
If the message shown in the right appears at the start of embroidery, supply
grease to the presser foot cam, take-up lever drive cam, take-up lever roller,
needle case linear section and X-/Y-axis drive system (Page 92).
After supplying grease as instructed, press the STOP key to exit the maintenance mode and continue normal embroidery work.
!CAUTION:Grease Cams
Take- up,Presser,Ndl
Case & XY Linear
As per Inst. Manual
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
If the message shown in the right appears at the start of embroidery, supply
grease to the presser foot cam, take-up lever drive cam and take-up lever roller
(Page 92).
After supplying grease as instructed, press the STOP key to exit the maintenance mode and continue normal embroidery work.
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Cleaning
Cleaning Area
Interval
1 Thread trimming section
Every day
2 Take-up lever guide, 3 Needle case guide
Once/week
4 X-/Y-axis drive system (2 places)
3
Once/2 weeks
2
Needle plate clamp screw
Needle plate
1
Needle plate clamp screw
<Thread trimming section cleaning procedure>
1. Remove two needle plate clamp screws.
2. Detach the needle plate.
3. Remove waste thread.
4. Fit the needle plate.
5. Fix the needle plate with two needle plate
clamp screws.
4
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
4
90
Lubrication
Keep the specified lubrication intervals.
If the machine is not lubricated as specified, thread breakage could take place.
Use only TOYOTA genuine SF oil or equivalent (#150 spindle oil: ISO viscosity grade = VG18).
Lubrication Points
Interval
1 Rail on rotary hook
For the lubrication of rotary hook rails,
the maintenance information is displayed on the LCD screen in the operation panel (Page 89).
If the maintenance information is displayed, turn the power switch OFF and
supply lubricating oil to the rotary hook
rails.
For other lubrication cycles, refer to the
table in the left.
Every 3 to 4 hours of
operation
2 Drive shaft of presser foot parts (2 places)
3 Needle bar drive shaft (2 places)
Every day
4 Needle bar drive shaft of presser foot
5 Inside the arm (3 places)
6 Needle bar
Once/week
7 Inside the cylinder bed
8 Felt packing (needle bar)
Once/3 months
5
4
3
2
3
5
8
3
7
1
Sectional
View
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
6
5
91
Greasing
Greasing Point
Interval
1 Presser foot cam
2 Take-up lever drive cam
3 Take-up lever roller
Once/3 months
4 Needle case linear section
5 X-/Y-axis drive system
(3 places)
Once/6 months
B
A
C
You need to consult your TOYOTA dealer about the greasing
because it requires removal of covers, or others.
When greasing, use recommended grease
(mineral-oil based lithium grease).
Please ask your distributor for the details.
For the guide of greasing, the maintenance information is displayed in the operation panel (Page 89).
If the maintenance information is displayed, turn off the power
switch and supply grease to the specified points.
A
B
3
1
2
4
C
5
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
5
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PROGRAM INSTALLATION
Program installation includes main program, XY program, and operation program. It is possible to install these programs through a personal computer or
an USB device (ex. USB FDD) (to be purchased separately).
Program installation becomes necessary when upgrading your software version.
Perform the program installation after turing "OFF" the power switch.
Consult your local TOYOTA dealer for
the detail of program installation.
[When installation from USB FDD]
1
Detach the switch cover by loosening the screw.
Loosen the screw
DIP
switch
Switch
cover
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
1 2 3
ON
DSW1
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
DSW2
1 2 3
Turn ON the DSW2-1 and DSW1-1.
ON
2
3
Set the program disk.
4
Turn ON the power switch at the power supply box.
Power supply box
In case step 4 is performed before
step 3
If you insert the program disk after
turning the power switch ON, the
screen as shown below will be displyed. If this screen is displayed,
press the SET key and continue
operation from step 5.
****** INSTALL *****
5
FILE SEARCH
Select the program to be installed.
****** INSTALL
1 .MAIN
2.XY
3.PANEL
*****
-
MAIN:
Select the program using the followXY:
ing keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Example: Select PANEL.
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PANEL:
Program related to
CPU
Program related to
drive system
Program related to
operation
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
SET KEY
6
Select "INSTALL".
****** INSTALL
1.MAIN
2.XY
3 .P AN EL
7
Select "INSTALL" by changing "-" to
*****
-
"INSTALL" for the program to be
installed using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to start installation of the selected program.
****** INSTALL *****
1.MAIN
2.XY
3 .P AN EL
INSTALL
Press
.
****** INSTALL *****
1.MAIN
INSTALL
2.XY
INSTALL
3 .PANEL
INSTALL
Following message appears.
****** INSTALL *****
PANEL
INSTALLING
[ 〉〉〉
]
8
The symbol ">" shows the progress of
installation.
Completion of program installation
****** INSTALL *****
At the completion of installation, the left scree
will be shown.
INSTALL FINISH
[POWER OFF]
Turn OFF the power switch at the power
supply box.
1 2 3
ON
ON
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ON
DSW 1
ON
DSW 2
1 2 3
Turn OFF the DSW2-1 and DSW1-1.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
9
To install more than one program,
repeat steps "Select the program"
and select "INSTALL".
10 Attach the switch cover and tighten the screw.
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
Tighten the screw.
Switch cover
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《TEST MODE》
NETWORK SETTING
1
Change the display to TEST MODE.
Turn ON the DSW1-1 (TEST
MODE), then turn the power ON.
**** ESP9100NET ****
TEST MODE
Press
.
Press
.
Press
.
<8>
2
Select "PANEL".
***** TEST MODE ****
(1) PANEL
Ver 0.0
(2) MAIN
Ver 0.0
(3) XY
Ver 0.0
3
Select "NETWORK SETTING".
******* PANEL ******
(1) NETWORK SETTING
(2) MAINTENANCE
(3) MEMORY INITIAL
4
Select the setting for "PORT".
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
COM
COM SPEED
9600
MACHINE
0
Select "COM" or "LAN" using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
If "COM" is selected, the network setting procedure ends.
Proceed to step 6 (COM
SPEED selection).
5-1 Select "TCP/IP" (for LAN connection).
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
LAN
TCP/IP
AUTO
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
LAN
TCP/IP
AUTO
Select "AUTO" or "MANUAL" using
the following keys:
and
95
(hoop travel keys)
If "MANUAL" is selected, input
the IP address, and then set
"IP ADDRESS", "SUBNET
MASK" and "DEFAULT GATEWAY". After the setting is
done, press [SET] key.
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
5-2 Select the setting for "TCP/IP" (for LAN connection).
6
Select "COM SPEED".
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
COM
COM SPEED
9600
MACHINE
0
7
travel key).
Select "9600" or "19200" or "38400"
using the following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
Select "MACHINE".
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
COM
COM SPEED
19200
MACHINE
0
9
(hoop
Select the setting.
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
COM
COM SPEED
9600
MACHINE
0
8
Move the cursor using
Move the cursor using
(hoop
travel key).
Select the setting for "MACHINE".
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
COM
COM SPEED
19200
MACHINE
0
Select "0", "1", "2" or "3" using the
following keys:
and
(hoop travel keys)
10 Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
** NETWORK SETTING *
PORT
COM
COM SPEED
19200
MACHINE
2
Press
.
11 End of operation
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
******* PANEL ******
( 1) N ETW OR K S ET TIN G
(2) MAINTENANCE
(3) MEMORY INITIAL
96
Note that if the DSW2-8 is set
at OFF, "*TEL" is appeared for
the "MACHINE" value, and the
machine enters inoperable
state.
LANGUAGE
1
Select "LANGUAGE".
******* PANEL ******
( 1) NETWORK SETTING
(2) MAINTENANCE
(3) MEMORY INITIAL
2
(hoop
travel key).
Make setting of the displayed language.
******* PANEL ******
(4) BUZZER,LED TEST
(5) KEY TEST
( 6) LANGUAGE
3
Move the cursor using
Press
.
Select "LANGUAGE".
***** LANGUAGE *****
Select "JAPANESE" or "ENGLISH"...
using the following keys:
ENGLISH
4
and
(hoop travel keys)
Press [SET] to confirm the setting.
***** LANGUAGE *****
JAPANESE
.
End of operation
******* PANEL ******
( 1) NETWORK SETTING
(2) MAINTENANCE
(3) MEMORY INITIAL
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
5
Press
97
IF MACHINE OPERATION IS INTERRUPTED
The machine stops to operate when any one of the following messages is shown on the LCD screen of the
operation panel box. Simultaneously, the LED flickers, and the buzzer starts to sound. In such occasion, check the
error message first and then press the MACHINE STOP button. Take necessary steps referring to the following
table.
Press the STOP key to silence the buzzer.
No.
1
2
Error Message
EMERGENCY
STOP
check! SEWING
MOTOR
Cause
The MACHINE STOP
button was pressed.
1) The switch was pressed
by mistake.
• Reset the switch if it was
pressed by mistake.
24
2) The switch was pressed
as an error had been
detected.
• When there was an
error, remove the cause
of error and then reset
the switch.

1) Thread is entangling on
the rotary hook.
• Remove thread from the
rotary hook.
90
2) Not lubricated appropriately.
• Supply lubricating oil to
the lubricating points.
91
3) Interference of the needle with the hoop hindered machine
movements.
• Press the TRACE key
and check the relationship between the size of
design and that of
embroidery hoop.
75
• Set the start point of the
design correctly.
26
• Change the embroidery
position.
18
Machine motor is
locked.
4) The needle hit a hard
object such as a button,
and further movements
were disabled.
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
3
check! X MOTOR
X-axis motor was
locked.
(Longitudinal
direction)
Corrective Action
Refer
to
Description
Remove the hard object.
[Note] If the cause is 3) or 4), check the needle if it has
been bent or needle tip has been collapsed.
If any defect is found, replace the needle.

5) Foreign matter is caught
by take-up lever, needle
bar, presser foot or
upper shaft pulley.
• Remove foreign matter.

1) The embroidery hoop
holder reached the right/
left travel end position,
causing motor overload.
• Set the start point of the
design correctly.
26
2) The material is caught
by such as the edge of
the table, disabling
embroidery hoop movements any more.
• Release the material and
start embroidery from the
beginning again.

3) The embroidery hoop
has been hit against
such as the wall and
cannot move any more.
• Remove object that disables embroidery hoop
movements and start
embroidery from the
beginning again.

98
4
Error Message
check! Y MOTOR
Description
Y-axis motor was
locked.
(Crosswise direction)
Cause
Corrective Action
Refer
to
1) The embroidery hoop
holder reached the forward/backward travel
end position, causing
motor overload.
• Set the start point of the
design correctly.
26
2) The material is caught
by such as the edge of
the table, disabling
embroidery hoop movements any more.
• Release the material and
start embroidery from the
start again.

3) The embroidery hoop
has been hit against
such as the wall and
cannot move any more.
• Remove object that
disables embroidery hoop
movements and start
embroidery from the start
again.

5
NEEDLE CASE
ERROR
Needle case position
error
1) An error occurred with
the needle case drive
system.
• Please contact your local
TOYOTA dealer.

6
THREAD BREAK
Breakage of thread
1) Upper thread was broken.
• Thread the upper thread
again.
15
• Remove the cause of
upper thread breakage.

2) Threading is not correct.
• Thread the upper thread
correctly.
15
3) Lower thread has been
used up.
• Set lower thread.
17
4) The machine stops due
to detection of thread
breakage although lower
thread is not broken.
• Change the preset value
of bobbin counter.
35
5) Lower thread was broken.
• Set the lower thread
again.
17
1) Serial cable has disconnected during communication.
• Securely tighten the
cable.
14
2) Power supply to the
floppy disk drive or
external device was
turned OFF during communication.
• Keep the power supply
ON to the external device
during communication.
1) Serial cable is disconnected.
• Securely tighten the
cable.
14
• Set the external device in
the data sending state.
For details, refer to the
instruction manual of the
external device.

1) Thread is entangling on
the bobbin.
• Remove the entangling
thread from the bobbin.

2) Thread tension is too
tense or thread is too
thick.
• Adjust the thread tension.

7
8
9
RS232C
COM ERROR
RS232C
CONNECT
ERROR
TRIMING ERROR
Communication error
Communication error
2) The external device is
not in the data sending
state.
Thread trimming error
99

TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
No.
No.
Error Message
Description
Cause
Corrective Action
Refer
to
10
RAM CHECK
ERROR
Memory check error
1) Memory error
• Please contact your local
TOYOTA dealer.

11
INTERNAL COM
ERROR
Internal
communication error
1) Communication error in
the embroidery machine
(ESP9000)
• If this error occurs
frequently, contact your
local TOYOTA dealer.

12
INTERNAL
CONNECT ERR
Internal connection
error
1) Connection error in the
embroidery machine
(ESP9000)
• Please contact your local
TOYOTA dealer.

13
THERMAL
ERROR
High temperature
error
1) Temperature in the
embroidery machine
(ESP9000) exceeded
the allowable limit.
• Keep the power supply
OFF for more than 30
minutes.

14
LIMIT ERROR
Limit error
1) The embroidery hoop
has reached the travel
limit in the X- or Y-axis
direction.
• Set the start point of
design correctly.
26
15
BAD NUMBER
Wrong design
number
1) When reading the
design data from the
external device, a wrong
design data number was
designated.
• Designate a correct
design data number.
63, 65
16
INSERT DISK
Floppy disk was not
inserted.
1) When reading the
design data from the
floppy disk drive, floppy
disk was not set in the
floppy disk drive.
• Insert the floppy disk in
the floppy disk drive.
63
17
CANNOT READ
DISK
Floppy disk read error
1) When reading the
design data from the
floppy disk drive, reading
of the set floppy disk
was not possible.
• Set the floppy disk
(Toyota, Tajima, or ZSK
format) correctly.

1) When reading the
design data from the
floppy disk drive, the
designated data was not
found in the set floppy
disk.
• Write the desired data to
the floppy disk using the
external device.
FILE NOT FOUND
Designated file could
not be found
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
18
100
The floppy disk or the
floppy disk drive may be
faulty.

IF MACHINE STOPS DUE TO OCCURRENCE OF A TROUBLE
! CAUTION
Do not attempt corrective action marked with * by yourself.
Otherwise, you could sustain injury. Consult your local TOYOTA dealer for adjustment or other corrective work.
The table below shows examples of machine trouble, its cause and required corrective action.
Cause
Stop position
error
Incorrect color
change
Jump error
Design displacement
Loose or broken belt
Adjust belt tension, or replace the belt.*
Needle position signal not detected
Adjust the needle position so that the normal needle
position signal is displayed at the needle position display column in the LED screen at the operation panel.
Loose connection of connectors
Insert the connector securely.*
Loose or soiled belt
Adjust belt tension or clean the belt.*
Seizure of driving parts
Adjust or replace the rotary hooks and/or needle bar
drive system.*
Incorrect needle bar position at stop
Adjust the stop position.
Incorrect take-up lever position at stop.
Adjust the take-up lever so that it stops at the same
position as other take-up levers.
Needle position signal not detected
Needle position signal not detected
Adjust the needle position so that the normal needle
position signal is displayed at the needle position display column in the LED screen at the operation panel.
Incorrect positioning of parts related to the
needle bar drive system
Adjust the needle bar drive part set position with the
upper dead point stopper.*
Incorrect tensioning of the hoop drive belt
Adjust belt tension.*
Faulty hoop drive parts
Replace/adjust the parts.*
Overall hoop weight is too heavy.
Lower the main shaft rotating speed (r.p.m.) using the
speed adjusting switch.
Replace the drive unit.*
Faulty drive unit (X-/Y-axis)
Thread breakage
Thread
trimming
Replace the X-or Y-axis motor.*
Incorrect needle - rotary hook timing, or
improper gap
Adjust the timing or gap.
Incorrect needle bar lower dead point
Adjust the lower dead point.*
Scratches on thread passage
Remove scratches by polishing.
Incorrect upper/lower thread tension
Adjust the tension.*
Repeated stitching at the same point
Correct the embroidery data.
Incorrect take-up lever timing
Adjust the take-up lever drive cam timing.*
Thread is not trimmed.
Adjust the thread trimming knife position.*
101
TROUBLESHOOTING
AND MAINTENANCE
Machine failed
to start
Corrective Action
SPECIFICATION
Item
Specifications
Lock stitch machine (specially designed for automatic embroidery)
Rotary hook
Vertical rotating shuttle
Take-up lever
Cam driven type take-up lever
Needle bar stroke
50 ± 0.2 mm
Number of needle bars
15
Needle to be used
ORGAN DB × K5Z #11
Presser foot
Operated with upper shaft
Thread trimming device
Horizontal reciprocating type (motor driven)
Thread ejector
Sliding type (with thread holding function, motor driven)
Picker device
At the start/end of stitching and at thread trimming
Number of revolutions
Max. 1200 rpm (normal speed: 800 rpm)
Embroidery range
Max.: 500 mm (X direction) × 360 mm (Y direction)
Width of stitching
0.1 to 12.7 mm
Embroidery operation and display
Operation using touch switches, LED and LCD display
Weight
81 kg
Upper shaft drive motor
AC servomotor
X/Y control motor
Stepping motor
Upper/under thread breakage detection
Rotary detection type (photo-sensor)
Power source
100 to 240V AC, 50/60 Hz (automatic selection type)
Hoop driving range
Max.: 500 mm (X direction) × 360 mm (Y direction)
Power consumption
220 W
Size
750 × 740 × 845 mm (width × depth × height)
Lubrication
Hand lubrication
SPECIFICATION
Type of sewing
102
INDEX
B
BOBBIN COUNTER (COUNTER)- - - - - - - - - - - - 36
BOBBIN COUNTER (SET)- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 35
BORING- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 44
O
OFFSET - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 51, 85
OFFSET (HOOP TRAVELING) - - - - - - - - - - - - - 77
OFFSET (POSITION SETTING) - - - - - - - - - - - - 76
OUTLINE OF FUNCTIONS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 83
C
CARRYING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12
CHECKUPS BEFORE STARTING OPERATION - 22
COLOR CHANGE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 73
CORDING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 45
D
DATA DELETION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 70
DATA INPUT (FLOPPY DISK) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 63
DATA INPUT (SERIAL) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 65
DATA SELECT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 69
DATA SET MENU - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 63
DESIGN REPEAT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 56
DESIGN ROTATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 54
P
PAUSE SETTING- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 62
Positions and Contents of the Warning Labels - - - 5
PROGRAM INSTALLATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 93
R
REPEAT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 84
ROTATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 83
S
SATIN ADJUSTMENT - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 38, 87
SCREENS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 27
START POINT RETURN MODE - - - - - - - - - 48, 74
STARTING AND STOPPING THE MACHINE - - - 24
STEPS TO START EMBRODIERY - - - - - - - - - - 25
E
MACHINE STOP Switch - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 24
F
T
FUNCTION MENU - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 33
H
HOOP FORWARD/BACK (n-STITCH FEED)- - - - 80
HOOP FORWARD/BACK (TRAVEL UNITS) - - - - 79
HOOP MENU - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 46
HOOP MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 46
TRACE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 75, 88
TRIMMING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 78
TRIMMING LENGTH - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 42
TRIMMING TIMING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 43
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE - - - 89
J
JUMP LENGTH - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 41
L
LOCK STITCH - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 37
M
MANUAL OERATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 73
MANUAL SPEED - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 49
MEMORY INITIALIZATION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 72
MEMORY MODE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 71
MIRROR - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 55, 83
N
103
INDEX
NEEDLE BAR SETTING (CHANGING) - - - - - - - - 61
NEEDLE BAR SETTING (INPUTING) - - - - - - - - - 60
Home Sewing & TSS Dept.
Home Sewing Group
2-1 Asahi-machi, Kariya City, Aichi 448-8650 Japan
Phone: +81-566-24-8695 Fax: +81-566-24-8895
http://www.aisin.com E-mail: fashion@cld.aisin.co.jp
ESP9100NET-0702E
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