ams-210e instruction manual (english)

ams-210e instruction manual (english)
ENGLISH
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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CONTENTS
!. MECHANICAL SECTION (WITH REGARD TO THE SEWING MACHINE)
1. SPECIFICATIONS
2. CONFIGURATION
3. INSTALLATION
3-1. Installing the electrical box
3-2. Installing and connecting the power switch
3-3. Installation of the sewing machine head
3-4. Installing the drain receiver and the head support rubber
3-5. Safety switch
3-6. Installing the throat plate auxiliary cover
3-7. Installing the panel
3-8. Attaching the pedal chain (For S specification only)
3-9. Installing the thread stand
3-10. Raising the machine head
3-11. Connecting the cord
3-12. Installing the motor cover
3-13. Managing the cord
3-14. Connecting the pneumatic components (Pneumatic type only)
3-15. Installing the air hose (Pneumatic type only)
3-16. Installing the eye protection cover
4. PREPARATION OF THE SEWING MACHINE
4-1. Lubrication
4-2. Attaching the needle
4-3. Threading the machine head
4-4. Installing and removing the bobbin case
4-5. Installing the bobbin
4-6. Adjusting the thread tension
4-7. Intermediate presser height
4-8. Adjusting the thread take-up spring
5. OPERATION OF THE SEWING MACHINE
5-1. Sewing
5-2. Needle thread clamp device
@.OPERATION SECTION (WITH REGARD TO THE PANEL)
1. PREFACE
2. WHEN USING IP-400
2-1. Name of each section of IP-400
2-2. Buttons to be used in common
2-3. Basic operation of IP-400
2-4. LCD display section at the time of sewing shape selection
(1) Sewing shape data input screen
(2) Sewing screen
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2-5. Performing sewing shape selection
2-6. Changing item data
2-7. Checking pattern shape
2-8. Performing modification of needle entry point
(1) Changing the thread tension value
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(2) Changing the intermediate presser height value
2-9. How to use temporary stop
(1) To continue performing sewing from some point in sewing
(2) To perform re-sewing from the start
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2-10. When setting of sewing product is difficult because of interruption of needle tip 41
2-11. Winding bobbin thread
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(1) When performing winding bobbin thread while performing sewing
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(2) When performing winding bobbin thread only
42
2-12. Using counter
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(1) Setting procedure of the counter
43
(2) Count-up releasing procedure
45
(3) How to change the counter value during sewing
45
2-13. Performing new register of users’ pattern
2-14. Naming users’ pattern
2-15. Performing new register of pattern button
2-16. LCD display section at the time of pattern button selection
(1) Pattern button data input screen
(2) Sewing screen
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2-17. Performing pattern button No. selection
(1) Selection from the data input screen
(2) Selection by means of the shortcut button
2-18. Changing contents of pattern button
2-19. Copying pattern button
2-20. Changing sewing mode
2-21. LCD display section at the time of combination sewing
(1) Pattern input screen
(2) Sewing screen
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2-22. Performing combination sewing
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(1) Selection of combination data
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(2) How to edit combination data
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2-23. Changing memory switch data
2-24. Using information
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(2) Releasing procedure of the warning
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(3) Observing the production control information
66
(4) Performing setting of the production control information
68
(5) Observing the working measurement information
70
(1) Observing the maintenance and inspection information
2-25. Using communication function
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(1) Handling possible data
72
(2) Performing communication by using the smart media
73
(3) Performing communication by using RS-232C
73
(4) Take-in of the data
74
(5) Taking in plural data together
75
2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media
3. WHEN USING CP-20
3-1. Name of each section of CP-20
3-2. Operation of CP-20 (Basic)
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(1) Item data setting
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(2) Checking the contour of a sewing pattern
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(3) Performing modification of the needle entry point
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(4) When the pattern is changed
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3-3. Performing copying of pattern
3-4. Performing deletion of pattern
3-5. Sewing
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3-6. Winding bobin
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(1) Change to the other sewing pattern
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(1) To wind a bobbin while the sewing machine is performing sewing
87
(2) To wind a bobbin independently
87
3-7. Operation of CP-20 (Advanced)
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(1) Performing sewing using the pattern keys (
(2) Register to the pattern key
,
,
,
and
)
(3) Sewing operation
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3-8. Performing sewing using the combination function
(1) Register of the combination
(2) Sewing operation
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3-9. When using as "bobbin thread counter"
(1) How to use the temporary stop
3-10. Start and change of the memory switch
3-11. Correspondence table of LED and 7-segment display
4. MEMORY SWITCH DATA LIST
4-1. Data list
4-2. Initial value list
5. ERROR CODE LIST
#. MAINTENANCE OF SAWING MACHINE
1. MAINTENANCE
1-1. Adjusting the height of the needle bar (Changing the length of the needle)
1-2. Adjusting the needle-to-shuttle relation
1-3. Adjusting the height of the feeding frame
1-4. Adjusting the vertical stroke of the intermediate presser
1-5. The moving knife and counter knife
1-6. Needle thread clamp device
1-7. Thread breakage detector plate
1-8. Draining waste oil
1-9. Amount of oil supplied to the hook
1-10. Replacing the fuse
1-11. Changing the voltage of 100,/200V
1-12. Replenishing the designated places with grease
1-13. Troubles and corrective measures (Sewing conditions)
2. OPTIONAL
2-1. Table of Needle hole guide
2-2. Silicon oil tank
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!. MECHANICAL SECTION (WITH REGARD TO THE SEWING MACHINE)
1. SPECIFICATIONS
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Sewing area
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9
Max. sewing speed
Stich length
Feed motion of feeding frame
Needle bar stroke
Needle
Lift of feeding frame
Intermediate presser stroke
Lift of intermediate
presser
Intermediate presser
DOWN position
variable
Shuttle
Lubricating oil
Memory of pattern
data
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Temporary stop facility
Enlarging / Reducing
facility
Enlarging / Reducing
method
Max. sewing speed
limitation
Pattern selection
facility
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Bobbin thread counter
Sewing counter
Memory back-up
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2nd origin setting
facility
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Sewing machine motor
Dimensions
Mass (gross mass)
Power consumption
Operating temperature
range
Operating humidity range
Line voltage
Air pressure used
Air consumption
Needle highest
position stop facility
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Noise
X (lateral) direction Y (longitudinal) direction
AMS-210E-1306 :
130 mm
× 60 mm
AMS-210E-1510 :
150 mm
× 100 mm
AMS-210E-2206 :
220 mm
× 60 mm
2,700 rpm (When sewing pitch is 3 mm or less)
0.1 to 12.7 mm (Min. resolution : 0.05 mm)
Intermittent feed (2-shaft drive by stepping motor)
41.2 mm
DP x 5, DP x 17
Max. 25mm (Pneumatic type only Max.30mm)
4 mm (Standard) (0 to 10 mm)
20 mm
Standard 0 to 3.5 mm (Max. 0 to 7.0 mm)
Double-capacity semi-rotary hook
New Defrix Oil No. 2 (Supplied by oiler)
EEP-ROM , Smart media
• EEP-ROM : Max. 200 patterns (Max. 20,000 stitches/pattern)
• Smart media : Max. 999 patterns (Max. 50,000 stitches/pattern)
Used to stop machine operation during a stitching cycle.
Allows a pattern to be enlarged or reduced on the X axis and Y axis independently
when sewing a pattern. Scale : 1% to 400% times (0.1% steps)
Pattern enlargement / reduction can be done by increasing / decreasing either stitch
length or the number of stitches. (Only increase/decrease of stitch length when pattern
button is selected and CP-20 is used)
200 to 2,700 rpm (Scale : 100 rpm steps)
Pattern No. selection method
(EEP-ROM : 1 to 200, Smart media : 1 to 999)
(CP-20 is the scroll type.)
UP/DOWN method (0 to 9,999)
UP/DOWN method (0 to 9,999) (IP-400 only)
In case of a power interruption, the pattern being used will automatically be stored in
memory.
Using jog keys, a 2nd origin (needle position after a sewing cycle) can be set in
the desired position within the sewing area. The set 2nd origin is also stored in
memory.(IP-400 only)
550W servo-motor
1,200mm (W) x 710mm (L) x 1,200mm (H) (Excluding thread stand)
Machine head 69kg, control box 16.5kg
500 VA
5˚C to 35˚C
35 % to 85 % (No dew condensation)
Rated voltage ±10% 50 / 60 Hz
Standard 0.35 to 0.4 MPa (Max. 0.55 MPa)(Pneumatic type only)
1.8 dm3 / min (ANR) (Pneumatic type only)
After the completion of sewing, the needle can be brought up to its highest position.
Workplace-related noise at sowing speed
n = 2,700 min–1 : LPA ≦ 84dB(A)
Noise mesurement according to DIN 45635-48-B-2-KL2
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2. CONFIGURATION
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6
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3
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9
!1
!0
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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9
!0
!1
Machine head
Wiper switch
Temporary stop switch
Feeding frame
Intermediate presser
Thread stand
Operation panel (IP-400 or CP-20)
Power switch
Control box
Foot pedal
Manual pedal (Excluding pneumatic type)
–2–
Air regulator
(for pneumatic type only)
3. INSTALLATION
3-1. Installing the electrical box
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Install the electrical box on the underside of the
1
table at the location illustrated using round-head
bolt 1, plain washer 2, spring washer 3 and
6
7
nut 4 supplied with the machine, and using bolt
having hexagonal indentation on the head 5
spring washer 6 and plain washer 7 supplied
with the machine.
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3
4
3-2. Installing and connecting the power switch
3
1) Installing the power switch
Fix power switch 1 under the machine table
with wood screws 2.
Fix the cable with staples 3 supplied with the
machine as accessories in accordance with the
forms of use.
1
Five staples 3 including the staple
for fixing the operation panel cable
are supplied as accessories.
2
–3–
(2) Connecting the power source cord
Voltage specifications at the time of delivery from the factry are indicated on the voltage indication
seal. Connect the cord in accordance with the specifications.
1. Never use under the wrong
voltage and phase.
2. When changing the voltage,
Voltage caution seal
Rating label
refer to the item of "#-1-11.
Changing the voltage of
100,/200V".
Voltage indication seal (3-phase type only)
• Connecting single phase 200V, 220V, 230V and 240V
Light blue
Light blue
Table
Brown
Green/Yellow
Control box
Light
blue
Plug
Green/Yellow
Brown
Brown
Green/
Yellow
Power switch
AC200 V
AC220 V
AC230 V
AC240 V
GND
Power source cord
• Connecting three phase 200V, 220V and 240V
White
White
Table
White
Green/Yellow
Control box
Plug
Green/Yellow
Black
Black
Black
Red
Red
Green/
Yellow
Red
Power switch
AC200 V
AC220 V
AC240 V
GND
Power source cord
3-3. Installation of the sewing machine head
WARNING :
To prevent possible accidents caused by the full of the sewing machine, perform the work by two
persons or more when the machine is moved.
1) Fit the holes of hinges A to the holes of table
and fix as shown in the figure.
In case of the pneumatic type, fix
solenoid valve installing plate 1
as well.
A
1
–4–
3-4. Installing the drain receiver and the head support rubber
1) Fix drain receiver 2 in the installing hole of
table 1 with two setscrews 3.
3
2) Screw in drain bin 4 to drain receiver 2.
3) Insert sewing machine drain pipe 5 into drain
6
bin 4.
4) Insert head support rubbers 6 to machine bed 7.
7
2
6
5) Bundle the cables with clip bands 8 as shown
in the figure. (Excluding air tube)
6
1. Insert drain pipe 5 until it will
go no further so that it does
not come off drain bin 4 when
tilting the machine head.
2. Remove the tape fixing drain
pipe 5.
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6
6
5
1
4
6
3-5. Safety switch
1
Remove tape 2 fixing the lever section of safety
switch 1.
1. When using the safety switch
without removing tape 1, it
is very dangerous since the
sewing machine works even in
the state that it is tillted.
2. In case error 302 occurs when
the sewing machine works
after setup, loosen the safety
switch 2 fitting screw with
a screwdriver, and lower the
switchto the downside of the
sewing machine.
2
–5–
3-6. Installing the throat plate auxiliary cover
[Area 1306]
8
7
supports A 2 and B 3 to the machine
bed with setscrews (M5) 6 and throat
1
3
4
plate auxiliary support C 9 to the
machine bed with setscrew (M6) !0.
2
6
4
5
2) Move the cloth feed base to the rear,
and place throat plate auxiliary cover
1 from between lower plate 7 and
throat plate 8. At this time, be careful
[Areas 1510 and 2206]
8
7
1
2
3
4
[When using area 1306]
1) Temporarily fix throat plate auxiliary
cover supports A 2 and B 3 to the
machine bed with setscrews (M5)6.
[When using areas 1510 and 2206]
1) Temporarily fix throat plate auxiliary
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6
9
4
5
!0
not to bend lower plate 7.
3) Fix throat plate auxiliary cover 1 with
throat plate auxiliary cover setscrews
2 and washers 4.
4
5
1
Within 0.3 mm
1
1
8
1. Be careful so as not to mistake the direction of throat plate auxiliary cover
support.
2. Fix the throat plate auxiliary cover 1 so that is higher than the throat plate 8
(within 0.3 mm). When it is lower than the throat plate 8, needle breakage or the
like due to the defective feed will be caused.
3. Confirm by putting a ruler or the like that the throat plate auxiliary cover 1 is
horizontally installed. If not, throat plate auxiliary cover 1 and lower plate 7
come in contact partially with each other, and abnormal worn-out will be caused.
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3-7. Installing the panel
1) Installing the IP-400
2) Installing the CP-20
1
2
1
3
2
4
Fix operation panel installing plate 1 to an
optional place on the table with two wood screws
2.
Fix operation panel installing plate 1 to an
optional place on the table with wood screws 2,
and pass the cable through table hole 4.
Fix the operation panel on panel installing plate 1
with screws 3 supplied as accessories.
Fix the cable on the bottom surface of the table
with the staples supplied with the machine as
accessories.
3-8. Attaching the pedal chain (For S specification only)
Connect the machine 1 and manual pedal 3 with
chain 2.
When you tilt the sewing machine,
be sure to tilt it after removing
chain 2 from manual pedal 3.
2
1
3
3-9. Installing the thread stand
1) Assemble the thread stand, and put
it in the hole in the top left corner of
the machine table.
2) Tighten locknut 1 to fix the thread
stand.
2
3) When ceiling wiring is possible,
pass the power cord through spool
rest rod 2.
1
–7–
3-10. Raising the machine head
WARNING :
Tilt/raise the sewing machine head with both hands taking care not to allow your fingers to be
caught in the head.
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
[When using areas 1306 and 1510]
When raising the sewing machine, hold inserting
section A of the machine bed by hand, and quietly
raise it until bed support rubber 3 comes in contact
with the table. For the S type, remove chain 2 from
manual pedal 1 first, and perform the work.
1. Be sure to raise the machine
head at the leveled place so as
to prevent the sewing machine
from falling.
2. When raising the machine
head, move feeding frame 4
beforehand to the right-hand
side until it goes no further, and
fix it with tape or the like. When
the machine head is raised in
the state that moving or fixing is
insufficient, breakage of X-move
cover or X-move rail will be
caused. Besides, feeding frame
4 which is tilted to the left-hand
side by the self-weight interferes
with the intermediate presser
or the like and breakage of the
components will be caused.
1 2
4
6
5
A
3
[When using area 2206]
1) Remove throat plate auxiliary cover
6 from the sewing machine.
2) Hold inserting section A of the
machine bed by hand, and quietly
raise it until bed support rubber 3
comes in contact with the table.
3) After returning the sewing machine
to its home position, refer to “!-3-6.
[Area 2206]
7
Installing the throat plate auxiliary
cover”, and install the throat plate
auxiliary cover.
1. Be sure to raise the machine head at the leveled place so as to prevent the
sewing machine from falling.
2. When raising the sewing machine without removing throat plate auxiliary cover 6,
the throat plate auxiliary cover interferes with the table, bend or breakage of the
throat plate auxiliary cover, tilt of the sewing machine, etc. will result.
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3-11. Connecting the cord
[How to open the control box]
Remove four screws 1 fixing the rear cover of
the electrical box. When opening the rear cover,
pressing it with your hands, slowly open it by
approximately 90˚ until it stops as illustrated.
Be sure to lend your hand to the
1
rear cover in order not to let the rear
cover fall. In addition, do not apply
Slowly
force to the rear cover opened.
[How to close the control box]
1) Take care so that the cord is not
caught between the rear cover and
the electrical box main body, close the
rear cover while pressing section A on
2
C
1
the lower side of the rear cover, and
tighten four screws 1.
A
2) Lower downward the cord located on
the side of the control box and cord
B
presser plate C in the push hole B,
press the cord and tighten screws 2.
How to remove the cord clamp
How to lock the cord clamp
1 Lightly press
the corner
of clamp. (Cord clamp is
locked with a
click.)
1
1 Lightly pressing
2 Pull down the clamp.
3 The clamp goes up.
1
1
2
Clamp
2
3
1
When fixing the cord with the cord clamp, be careful of the route or the like so that
the stress is not applied to the cord.
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[Wiring diagram of circuit board]
SDC p.c.b.
MAIN p.c.b.
CN14
9P
CN16
4P
CN38
20P
CN72
4P
CN39
2P
CN71
5P
CN73
5P
CN74
4P
CN75
6P
CN47
2P
CN51
CN51
10P
White
White
Sewing machine head
Gray
Blue
Yellow
Red
White
White
2P
Foot switch
White
White
White
White
White
White
10P
CN88
10P
1 2P 1
2 2P 2
3
3
2P
4
4
5 2P
2P
CN88
10P
1306
3P
1 2P 1
CN51
CN34
10P
White
White
26P
10P
CN52
2P
10P
Gray
Gray
Black
CN84
2 2P 2
4
3
2P
4
3
5 2P
2P
CN88
White
White
10P
CN98
White
10P
White CN78 White
4P
4P
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1510
3P
Operation panel
CN100
IP-400
CP-20
26P
CN1
2P
2P
CN2
Air
solenoid
valve
Air SW
CN16 White
CN14 White
Ground wire
CN71 Red
CN39
Yellow
CN74 White
CN31
White
CN34 Gray
CN51
White
CN38 Gray
CN52
White
CN72
Blue
CN75 White
CN47 White
CN73 White
CN84 Black
3-12. Installing the motor cover
1
Install motor cover 1 on the machine main
unit with screws supplied with the machine as
accessories.
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3-13. Managing the cord
1
Slack
1) Fix the cords with cords setting plate 1 in the state that the cords are slack to such an extent that
stress is not applied to the cords even when the machine head is tilted as shown in the figure.
3-14. Connecting the pneumatic components (Pneumatic type only)
3
1
2
1) Install regulator 1 to installing plate 2 , and
install it to the stand with screw 3, washer 4
and nut 5.
2) Connect the cord coming from the regulator
with CN78 (air relay cable).
(Refer to
"!-3-11. [Wiring diagram of circuit board]".)
4
5
3) Install solenoid valve asm. 8 to solenoid valve
installing plate 6 using setscrew 7 supplied
as accessories.
7
8
6
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4) Fix the air tube using cable clip 9 supplied with
the machine as accessories. (For the setscrew,
use setscrew !0 fixing the motor cover.)
!0
9
Connector
CN1
Connector
CN2
Air tube
1-A
5) Install air tubes coming from the machine head
and the cords coming from the control box to
the position as shown in the figure. At this time,
be careful of the number and alphabet of the
air tubes and the cords. (Adjust the alphabet
of the air tubes to the alphabet of the solenoid
valve. Also, adjust the figures to the figures of
the connector label.)
Air tube
1-B
Air tube
2-A
Air tube
2-B
6) Connect solenoid valve asm. 8 and the
regulator 1 using long air tube supplied !1 as
accessories.
8
When the cable sags, fix it to the
table using the staple supplied
with the machine as accessories.
!1
3-15. Installing the air hose (Pneumatic type only)
Close
2
Open
1
1) Connecting the air hose
Connect the air hose to the regulator .
2) Adjustment of air pressure
Open air cock 1, pull up and turn air
adjustment knob 2 and adjust so that air
pressure indicates 0.35 to 0.4 MPa (Max. 0.55
MPa). Then lower the knob and fix it.
* Close air cock 1 to expel air.
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3-16. Installing the eye protection cover
WARNING :
Be sure to attach this cover to protect the eyes from the disperse of needle breakage.
Use eye protection cover 1 after securely
attaching it on face plate cover 3 with screw 2.
3
2
1
4. PREPARATION OF THE SEWING MACHINE
4-1. Lubrication
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
Check that the place between lower line B and
upper line A is filled with oil. Fill there with oil using
the oiler supplied with the machine as accessories
when oil is short.
The oil tank which is filled with
oil is only for lubricating to the
hook portion. It is possible to
reduce the oil amount when the
number of rotation used is low
and the oil amount in the hook
portion is excessive. (Refer to
“#-1-9. Amount of oil supplied
to the hook” .)
A
B
1. Do not lubricate to the places other than the oil tank and the hook of Caution 2
below. Trouble of components will be caused.
2. When using the sewing machine for the first time or after an extended period
of disuse, use the machine after lubricating a small amount of oil to the hook
portion. (Refer to “#-1-2. Adjusting the needle-to-shuttle relation” . )
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4-2. Attaching the needle
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
Loosen setscrew 1 and hold needle 2 with the long
groove facing toward you. Then fully insert it into the
hole in the needle bar, and tighten setscrew 1.
When tightening setscrew 1,
1
be sure to use the screwdriver
(Part No. : 40032763) supplied as
1.5mm
accessories.
Do not use L-shaped hexagon
2
wrench key. There is a danger of
breaking setscrew 1.
4-3. Threading the machine head
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
AMS-210ESS
AMS-210ESL
AMS-210EHS
AMS-210EHL
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4-4. Installing and removing the bobbin case
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
3
1) Open hook cover 1.
2) Raise latch 3 of bobbin case 2, and remove
the bobbin case.
3) When entering bobbin case, insert it with the
latch tilted until "click" sounds.
If it is not fully inserted, bobbin
1
case 2 may slip off during sewing.
2
4-5. Installing the bobbin
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
2.5 cm
4
5
3
1
1) Set the bobbin 1 into bobbin case 2 in the
direction shown in the figure.
2) Pass the thread through thread slit 3 of bobbin
case 2 , and pull the thread as it is. By so
doing, the thread will pass under the tension
spring and be pulled out from thread hole 4.
3) Pass the thread through thread hole 5 of the
horn section, and pull out the thread by 2.5 cm
from the thread hole.
2
If the bobbin is installed in the bobbin
case orienting the reverse direction,
the bobbin thread pulling out will
result in an inconsistent state.
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4-6. Adjusting the thread tension
1
Longer
Shorter
2
If thread tension controller No. 1 1 is turned
clockwise, the length of remaining thread on the
needle after thread trimming will be shorter. If it is
turned counterclockwise, the length will be longer.
Shorten the length to an extent that the thread is
not slipped off.
Adjust needle thread tension from the operation
panel and bobbin thread tension with 2.
Adjusting the needle thread tension
[IP-400]
1) Select THREAD TENSION button
A in the sewing screen.
2) Set needle thread tension with TEN
keys B. There is a setting range of 0 to
200. When the set value is increased,
A
B
the tension becomes higher.
* When the set value is 50 at the time of
standard delivery, the thread tension is
adjusted so that H type is 2.35N and S
type is 1.47N (spun thread #50). (When
thread tension No. 1 is released)
[CP-20]
1) Select thread tension
h
with
key.
2) Set needle thread tension with
key or
key. There is a setting range of 0 to 200.
When the set value is increased, the tension
becomes higher.
* When the set value is 50 at the time of
standard delivery, the thread tension is
adjusted so that H type is 2.35N and S type is
1.47N (spun thread #50).(When thread tension
No. 1 is released)
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4-7. Intermediate presser height
When raising the intermediate presser height, turn the pulley by hand to lower the
needle bar, and confirm that the needle bar does not interfere with the intermediate
presser. (When using DP X 5 needle, use the sewing machine with the height of 3.5
mm or less.)
[IP-400]
A
Press INTERMEDIATE PRESSER SETTING button A and adjust
with TEN keys B so that the clearance between the bottom end of
intermediate presser and the cloth is 0.5 mm (thickness of thread
used).
B
0.5 mm
[CP-20]
1) Select the intermediate presser with
2) Press
key.
key to lower the intermediate
presser.
h
3) Adjust with
or
key so that the
clearance between the bottom end of
intermediate presser and the cloth is 0.5 mm
(thickness of thread used) when the needle is in
its lowest position.
1. Setting range of the intermediate presser is up to the standard of 3.5 mm.
However, when using DP X 17 needle for H type or the like, the setting range can
be changed up to max. 7 mm with memory switch U112.
2. When increasing the height of intermediate presser or making the needle size
thicker, confirm the clearance between the wiper and the components. Wiper
cannot be used unless the clearance is secured. In this case, turn OFF the wiper
switch, or change the set value of memory switch U115.
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4-8. Adjusting the thread take-up spring
1) Adjusting the stroke
Loosen setscrew 2, and turn thread tension asm. 3.
Turning it clockwise will increase the moving
amount and the thread drawing amount will
increase.
2) Adjusting the pressure
To change the pressure of the thread takeup spring 1, insert a thin screwdriver into the
slot of thread tension post 4 while screw 2
is tightened, and turn it. Turning it clockwise
will increase the pressure of the thread takeup spring. Turning it counterclockwise will
decrease the pressure.
1
3
4
Increase
Decrease
2
5. OPERATION OF THE SEWING MACHINE
5-1. Sewing
[In case of 2P pedal]
1) Set a workpiece on the sewing machine.
2) Depress the pedal switch A, and the feeding
frame will come down. Depress it again, and
the feeding frame will go up.
3) Depress the pedal switch B after the feeding
frame has come down and the sewing machine
will start sewing.
4) After the sewing machine completes sewing,
the needle point will return to the start point
and the feeding frame will go up.
2P pedal
e
B
A
3P pedal
A
3)
4)
B
C
[In case of 3P pedal]
1) Set a workpiece on the sewing
machine.
2) When pedal switch A is
depressed, the right-hand
presser comes down, and
when it is depressed again, the
presser goes up. When pedal
switch B is depressed, the lefthand presser comes down, and
when it is depressed again, the
presser goes up.
Depress the pedal switch C after the feeding frame has come down and the sewing machine will
start sewing.
After the sewing machine completes sewing, the needle point will return to the start point and the
feeding frame will go up.
When using the area 1510 with the standard method, the use of 3P pedal is the same
as that of 2P pedal. Refer to [In case of 2P pedal].
When using the pedal as 3P pedal by remodeling the presser or the like, it is
necessary to change the connecting procedure of the pedal and memory switches
U81 and U82.
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5-2. Needle thread clamp device
By actuating the needle thread clamp device, trouble of sewing at the high-speed start (needle thread
slip-off, stitch skipping or needle thread stain) is prevented, and can reduce gathering (bird's nest) of
needle thread on the wrong side of cloth while keeping stable sewing. Needle thread clamp device
operates in the state that thread clamp display LED is lit, and does not operate when it goes off. When
mounting the IP-400, changeover of motion ON/OFF is performed with
the CP-20 , changeover of motion ON/OFF is performed with
key, and when mounting
key respectively. When the needle
thread clamp device is OFF, the machine automatically operates at slow-start.
When memory switch No. 35 is "1" (prohibited), the thread clamp does not work. In
addition,
and
key is ineffective.
* Matters that demand special attention when using the needle thread clamp device
For the thread clamp unit, there are S type and H type in accordance with the sewing types. Refer the
respective types and the contents of the memory switches that can be set to the list below.
Sewing machine
type
AMS-210ESS
AMS-210ESL
AMS-210EHS
AMS-210EHL
Thread clamp unit type
S type
H type
Memory switch
U69
0 : S type (standard)
U70
0 : Front (standard)
1 : H type thin thread (standard)
(#50 to #8)
2 : H type intermediate
3 : H type thick thread (#5 to #2)
0 : Front (standard)
or
1 : Rear
[Regarding H type thread clamp unit]
Change the set value of memory switch U69 in accordance with the thickness of needle thread. The set
value has been set to 1 : H type thin thread at the time of delivery. Commendable value is Set value : 1
for thread count #50 to #8, and that is Set value : 2 for thread count #5 to #2. (The value will change in
accordance with the kind and thickness of the actual thread and the kinds of materials to be sewn.) Set
the value by adjusting to the state of needle thread on the wrong side of materials.
In addition, it is possible to select the thread clamp position by means of memory switch U70. When
using thick thread of thread count #5 to #2, and rolling-in or tucking at the start of sewing occurs, set the
set value to 1 : Rear and use the machine.
Use the set value of the memory switch which is adjusted to the thread clamp unit
type. (For S type thread clamp unit, the set value of U69 and U70 can use nothing but
only "0". When the setting is wrong, the thread clamp fails to properly function. So,
be careful.
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(1) When with thread clamp (motion), use the sewing machine after adjusting the needle thread length
at the start of sewing to 40 to 50 mm. When the needle thread length is too long, the needle thread
end held with the needle thread clamp may be rolled in the seams.
1)
40 to 50mm
1) In case of with the needle thread clamp, the
standard of the length of needle thread is 40 to
50 mm.
2) When needle thread is long after replacing
thread or the like or sewing while holding
needle thread by hand, turn OFF the THREAD
3)
CLAMP key (
or
).
3) When needle thread held with the needle
thread clamp is rolled in the seams, when error
has occurred, or when needle thread is held
entangled with the needle thread clamp, do not
forcibly draw the cloth, but cut the connected
needle thread with scissors or the like. The
seams cannot be broken because of the needle
thread at the start of sewing.
(2) When the thread clamp is used, and bobbin thread at the sewing start appears on the right side of
material, reduce thread tension at the sewing start (2 to 3 stitches) and bobbin thread becomes less
conspicuous.
[Example of setting] Tension of 1 to 2 stiitches at the sewing start is “20” when sewing tension setting
is “35”.
* For setting of tension at the start of sewing, see of "@-2-8.(1) Changing the thread tension
value".
1. Thread at the start of sewing may be rolled in case of some patterns. When thread
is rolled in even after performing adjustment of (1) or (2), use the sewing machine
with thread clamp OFF.
2. Thread clamp failure may occur in the state that thread waste is jammed in the
thread clamp device. Remove the thread waste referring to
"#-1-6. Needle thread clamp device".
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@.OPERATION SECTION (WITH REGARD TO THE PANEL)
1. PREFACE
* 6 kinds of service patterns are contained in the smart media of the accessories.
EHS,EHL
(Vinyl leather)
EHS,EHL
(Denim)
ESS,ESL
ø 36 Pitch 3.6mm
Pattern No. 61
ø 30 Pitch 3 mm
Pattern No. 62
ø 30 Pitch 2.5 mm
Pattern No. 63
ø 60 Pitch 3.6mm
Pattern No. 101
ø 60 Pitch 3 mm
Pattern No. 102
ø 60 Pitch 2.5 mm
Pattern No. 103
Kind
Area
1306
2206
1510
1)
Kind of sewing data handled with IP-400 and the CP-20
Sewing data that each panel handles are as shown below.
Pattern name
Users' pattern
Vector format data
M3 data
Sewing standard
format
2)
Description
Pattern that can be stored in the body.
Max. 200 patterns can be registered.
File that extension is ".VDT"
The data is read from smart media. Max. 999 patterns can be
used.
Pattern data of AMS-210D series
Used by copying from floppy disk of AMS-210D series to
smart media. Max. 999 patterns can be used.
File that extension is ".DAT"
Read from smart media. Max. 999 patterns can be used.
IP-400
CP-20
○
○
○
○
○
×
○
×
Using the data (M3 data) of AMS-210D series with AMS-210E
There are two ways to use M3 data with AMS-210E.
1 Reading by using IP-400
Use PC (personal computer) and copy file (¥AMS¥AMS00xxx.M3) of M3 from floppy disk of AMS210D to ¥AMS of smart media. Insert the smart media to IP-400, and select Pattern No.xxx from
M3 data.
2 Changing to vector format data using PM-1
Change to the vector format data with PM-1. (For the details, refer to Help of PM-1.) Copy the
changed vector format data to ¥VDATA folder of smart media.
Insert the smart media to IP-400 or CP-20 and select Pattern No.
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3)
Folder structure of the smart media
Store each file in the directories below of the smart media.
Smart media drive
VDATA
Store vector format data.
VD00
. VDT
VD00
. VDT
AMS0
. M3
AMS0
. M3
SD00
. DAT
SD00
. DAT
AMS
Store M3 data.
SDATA
Store sewing standard data.
Vector format data : Store in ¥VDATA.
M3 data : Store in ¥AMS.
Sewing standard format : Store in ¥SDATA.
Data that are not stored in the directories above cannot be read. So, be careful.
– 23 –
4)
Inserting direction of the smart media
Insert the smart media in the direction as shown in the figure for both IP-400 and the CP-20.
Smart media
Smart media
1 After completion of setting of the card, close the smart media cover. By closing the cover, it is
possible to perform communication. If the smart media card and the cover come in contact with
each other and the cover is not closed, check the following matters.
•
•
•
Check that the inserting is stopped in the state that the card protrudes by approximately 10 mm.
Check that the contact part of the card is put downward and inserted.
Check that the smart media card other than 3.3V voltage type is used.
Be sure to use the smart media that has been formatted with IP-400.
For the formatting procedure of the smart media, refter to
"@-2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media".
5)
Removing procedure of the smart media
1 Open the smart media cover, push the card until it goes no further, and ease up force when it
goes to the end. The card returns by approximately 10 mm in the reverse order of the time of
setting.
2 Then draw out the card to complete removing.
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2. WHEN USING IP-400
2-1. Name of each section of IP-400
(Right side)
(Front)
6
1
9
8
2
7
3
1
4
5
Touch panel・LCD display section
2
READY key
→
Changeover of the data input screen and
the sewing screen can be performed.
3
INFORMATION key
→
Changeover of the data input screen and
the information screen can be performed.
4
COMMUNICATION key
→
Changeover of the data input screen and
the communication screen can be performed.
5
MODE key
→
6
7
8
9
Changeover of the data input screen and
the mode changeover screen which
performs various detail settings can be performed.
Smart media card slot (Close the cover for use.)
Connector for RS-232C communication
Variable resistor for color LCD screen contrast adjustment
Connector for external input
– 25 –
2-2. Buttons to be used in common
The buttons which perform common operations in each screen of IP-400 are as follows :
CANCEL button
→
This button closes the pop-up screen.
In case of the data change screen, the data being
changed can be cancelled.
ENTER button
→
This button determines the changed data.
UP SCROLL button
→
This button scrolls the button or the display in the
upward direction.
DOWN SCROLL button
→
This button scrolls the button or the display in the
downward direction.
RESET button
→
This button performs the release of error.
NUMERAL INPUT button
→
This button displays ten keys and input of numerals
can be performed.
CHARACTER INPUT button
→
This button displays the character input screen.
→ Refer to “@-2-14. Naming users' pattern”.
RESSER LOWERING button
→
Presser is lowered, and the presser lowering screen
is displayed. To lift presser, press presser lift button
displayed in the presser lowering screen.
Bobbin winder button
→
Bobbin thread winding is performed.
→ Refer to “@-2-11. Winding bobbin thread”.
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2-3. Basic operation of IP-400
1 Turn ON the power switch
When the power is turned ON first, the language selection
screen is displayed. Set the language you use. (It is possible
to change with Memory switch U500.)
When ending the selection screen with CANCEL
button
or ENTER button
without performing
the language selection, the language selection screen
is displayed whenever the power is turned ON.
2 Select the pattern No. you desire to sew.
When the power is turned ON, the data input screen is
displayed. Pattern No. button A whichs selected at present
is displayed in the center of the screen. Press the button
to select the sewing shape. For selecting procedure of the
A
sewing shape, refer to "@-2-5. Performing sewing shape
selection".
When READY key
B is pressed, the back color of LCD
display is changed to green, and the sewing machine is set to
the sewing possible state.
B
– 27 –
3 Start sewing.
Start sewing referring to "!-5-1. Sewing".
* For the screen, refer to "@-2-4. LCD display section at
the time of sewing shape selection".
1. When using the exclusive presser, confirm the pattern shape for safety's sake.
Should the pattern protrude from the feeding frame, needle interferes with the
feeding frame during sewing, and there is a danger of needle breakage or the like.
2. When the presser is going up, be careful that your fingers are caught with the
presser since the presser moves after coming down.
3. When turning OFF the power without pressing READY key
, the set value of
"Pattern No.", "X enlargement/reduction ratio", "Y enlargement/reduction ratio",
"Max. sewing speed", "Thread tension" or "Intermediate presser height" is not
stored in memory.
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2-4. LCD display section at the time of sewing shape selection
(1) Sewing shape data input screen
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
J
K
H
L
M
I
N
O
P
Q
Button and display
Description
A
PATTERN BUTTON
NEW REGISTER button
Pattern button new register screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-15. Performing new register of pattern button”.
B
USERS’ PATTERN
NEW REGISTER button
Users’ pattern new register screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-13. Performing new register of users’ pattern”.
C
PATTERN BUTTON
NAME SETTING button
Pattern button name input screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-14. Naming users’ pattern”.
D
THREAD CLAMP button
Effective/ineffective of thread clamp is selected.
: Thread clamp ineffective
: Thread clamp effective
E
I N T E R M E D I AT E P R E S S E R
SETTING button
Intermediate presser is lowered and the intermediate presser reference
value change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
F
BOBBIN WINDER button
Bobbin thread can be wound.
/ Refer to “@-2-11. Winding bobbin thread”.
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Button and display
G
SEWING SHAPE NO. display
Description
Kind and No. of the sewing shape being selected at present is displayed.
There are 4 kinds below of the kinds of sewing shape.
: Users' pattern
: Vector format data
: M3 data
: Sewing standard format
* Be sure to use the smart media that has been formatted with IP-400.
For the formatting procedure of the smart media, refter to
"@-2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media".
H
SEWING SHAPE SELECTION
button
Sewing shape being selected at present is displayed on this button and
when the button is pressed, the sewing shape selection screen is
displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-5. Performing sewing shape selection”.
I
NEEDLE THREAD TENSION
SETTING button
Needle thread tension value which is set to the pattern data being selected
at present is displayed on this button and when the button is pressed, the
item data change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
J
X ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Actual size value in X direction of sewing shape being selected at present
is displayed.
When the actual size value input is selected by setting memory switch
, X actual size value setting button is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
K
X SCALE RATE SETTING
button
Scale rate in X direction of sewing shape being selected at present is
displayed on this button.
When the scale input is set to non-selection by setting memory switch
, the button goes out and the X scale is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
L
Y ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Actual size value in Y direction of sewing shape being selected at present
is displayed.
When the actual size value input is selected by setting memory switch
, Y actual size value setting button is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
M
Y SCALE RATE SETTING
button
Scale rate in Y direction of sewing shape being selected at present is
displayed on this button. When the scale input is set to non-selection by
N
MAX. SPEED LIMITATION
Maximum speed limitation which is set at present is displayed on this button
and when the button is pressed, the item data change screen is displayed.
(However, maximum speed limitation which is displayed is different from
the maximum number of revolutions in the pattern.)
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
O
FOLDER NO. display
P
FOLDER SELECTION button
Q
PATTERN REGISTER button
setting memory switch
, the button goes out and the Y scale is
displayed. / Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
Pattern register button which is displayed indicates the folder No. which has
been stored.
Folders to display the patterns are displayed in order.
PATTERN REGISTER buttons stored in O FOLDER NO display are
displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-15. Performing new register of pattern button”.
* This button is not displayed in the initial state.
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(2) Sewing screen
A
B
C
D
E
O
N
F
P
G
H
M
I
J
Q
K
L
R
S
Button and display
A
PATTERN MOVE button
Description
Feeding frame is lowered and the pattern move screen is displayed.
→ Refer to “@ -2-10. When setting of sewing product is difficult
because of interruption of needle tip”.
B
THREAD CLAMP button
Effective/ineffective of the thread clamp is selected.
: Thread clamp ineffective
: Thread clamp effective
C
D
I N T E R M E D I AT E P R E S S E R
SETTING button
Intermediate presser is lowered and the intermediate presser reference
value change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
RETURN TO ORIGIN button
This button returns the presser to the start of sewing and raises the presser
at the time of temporary stop.
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Button and display
E
SEWING SHAPE NO. display
Description
Kind and No. of the sewing shape being selected at present is displayed.
There are 4 kinds below of the kinds of sewing shape.
: Users' pattern
: Vector format data
: M3 data
: Sewing standard format
* Be sure to use the smart media that has been formatted with IP-400.
For the formatting procedure of the smart media, refter to
“@-2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media”.
F
SEWING SHAPE display
Sewing shape being selected at present is displayed.
G
NEEDLE THREAD TENSION
SETTING button
Needle thread tension value which is set to the pattern data being selected
at present is displayed on this button and when the button is pressed, the
item data change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
H
TOTAL NUMBER OF STITCHES
OF SEWING SHAPE display
Total number of stitches of the sewing shape being selected at present is
displayed.
* Displayed only when the sewing shape being selected is the standard
pattern.
I
COUNTER VALUE CHANGE
button
Existing counter value is displayed on this button.
When the button is pressed, the counter value change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-12. Using counter”.
J
COUNTER CHANGE OVER
button
Display of sewing counter/No. of pcs. counter can be changed over.
/ Refer to “@-2-12. Using counter”.
K
STEP SEWING button
Step sewing screen is displayed. Checking of the pattern shape can be
performed.
/ Refer “@-2-7. Checking pattern shape”.
L
FOLDER NO. display
Pattern register button which is displayed indicates the folder No. which has
been stored.
M
SPEED variable resistor
Number of rotations of the sewing machine can be changed.
N
X SCALE RATE display
Scale rate in X direction of sewing shape being selected is displayed.
O
X ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Actual size value in X direction of sewing shape being selected is displayed.
P
Y ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Actual size value in Y direction of sewing shape being selected is displayed.
Q
Y SCALE RATE display
Scale rate in Y direction of sewing shape being selected is displayed.
R
MAX. SPEED LIMITATION
display
Maximum speed limitation which is set at present is displayed.However, the
display is different from the maximum number of revolutions in the pattern.
However, the display is different from the maximum number of revolutions
in the pattern.
S
PATTERN REGISTER button
Pattern register buttons stored in L FOLDER NO. display are displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-15. Performing new register of pattern button”.
* This button is not displayed in the initial state.
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2-5. Performing sewing shape selection
1 Display the data input screen.
Only in case of the data input screen (blue), the selection of
sewing shape can be performed. In case of the sewing screen
A
(green), press READY key
and display the data input
screen (blue).
2 Call the sewing shape selection screen.
Press SEWING SHAPE button A and the sewing shape
selection screen is displayed.
3 Select the sewing shape.
There are 4 kinds of the sewing shape.
Press SEWING SHAPE SELECTION button
B.
* This button is not displayed in the initial state.
B
C
When button C or D
is pressed in this screen,
X or Y enlarging/reducing ratio can be changed. For
the details, refer to "@-2-6. Changing item data".
D
4 Determine the kind of sewing shape.
There are 4 kinds below of the sewing shape. Select the kind
you desire from among them.
Name
Pictograph
Maximum number of
patterns
Users' pattern
200
Vector format data
999
M3 data
999
Sewing standard format
999
E
F
Be sure to use the smart media that has been formatted with IP-400.
For the formatting procedure of the smart media, refter to
"@-2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media".
Select the sewing shape you desire from SEWING SHAPE SELECTION buttons E and press ENTER
F button.
The sewing shape list screen corresponding to the kind of sewing shape you selected is displayed.
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5 Select the sewing shape.
When UP or DOWN SCROLL button
G is pressed,
the SEWING SHAPE buttons H are changed over in order.
Here, press the SEWING SHAPE button you desire to select.
The details of the selected shape is displayed at the upper
part of the screen.
H
G
6 Determine the sewing shape.
When ENTER button
K
I
J
A
I is pressed, the sewing shape is
determined and the data input screen is displayed.
When the sewing shape is users' pattern, the screen as A is
displayed.
PATTERN NO. SELECTION button J that is registered to
users' pattern is displayed. Press the button of PATTERN NO.
you desire to select.
In addition, when you desire to confirm the selected shape,
press VIEWER button
K, and the viewer screen is
displayed to display the selected shape.
– 34 –
2-6. Changing item data
E
1 Display the data input screen.
In case of the data input screen, the change of item data can
be changed. In case of the sewing screen (green), press
A
B
D
C
READY switch
to display the data input screen (blue).
* Thread tension value can be changed even in the
sewing screen.
2 Display the item data input screen.
When the button of the item data you desire to change is
pressed, the item data input screen is displayed.
Item data are 5 items below.
Item range
Input range
Initial value
A
Scale rate in X direction
1.0 to 400.0 (%)
100.0 (%)
B
Scale rate in Y direction
1.0 to 400.0 (%)
100.0 (%)
C
Thread tension
0 to 200
50
D
Max. speed limitation
400 to 2,700 (rpm)
2,700 (rpm)
E
Intermediate presser height
0.0 to 3.5 (mm) (Max 0.0 to 7.0 (mm))
0.0 (mm)
* A Scale rate in X direction and B Scale rate in Y direction can be changed to actual size value
input by selection of the memory switch
.
For enlargement and reduction, there are two ways. the data already read in can enlarge or reduce
repeatedly with this button. When you desire to enlarge or reduce again from the original data, see
"@-2-5. Performing sewing shape selection".
* When X or Y enlarging/reducing ratio is individually set in case of circle, arc and spline, the sewing
is changed to the point sewing and the pitch becomes uneven.
In this case, set and read the X or Y enlarging/reducing ratio in the pattern list screen.
* Max. input range and initial value of max. speed limitation D are determined with memory switch
.
* Change of the intermediate presser height cannot be performed immediately after turning ON the
power. Use the machine after pressing READY key
and performing the origin retrieval.
The setting exceeding 100% is dangerous since needle and the cloth presser
interferes with each other and needle breakage or the like will occur.
– 35 –
For example, input X scale rate.
Press
A to display the item data input screen.
3 Input the data.
Input the value you desire with ten keys and + / – keys F.
F
4 Determine the data.
When ENTER button
G is pressed, the data is
determined.
G
* For the other item data, the data can be changed by the same
operation.
* It is possible to input X/Y value of enlargement/reduction ratio
and actual size value with one screen.
1. When turning OFF the power without pressing READY key
, the set value of
"Pattern No.", "X enlargement/reduction ratio", "Y enlargement/reduction ratio",
"Max. sewing speed", "Thread tension" or "Intermediate presser height" is not
stored in memory.
2. In case thread tension is changed in the read state, the set value when the power
is turned OFF without pressing READY key or without performing sewing is not
stored in memory.
3. When operation processing cannot be performed since the reduction ratio is
excessively small, E045 Pattern data error is displayed.
When X/Y enlargement/reduction ratio, thread tension, intermediate
presser, adding/deleting of thread tension command, or adding/
deleting of increase/decrease value of intermediate presser of
users’ pattern or smart media pattern is performed, the pattern kind
section becomes change display H.
H
In case of change display H, the change confirmation screen is
displayed at the time of the change of pattern.
When ENTER button
I is pressed, the information on the
current pattern is invalidated and the pattern No. is changed.
To store the changed pattern, refer to “@-2-13. Performing new
register of users’ pattern”.
I
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2-7. Checking pattern shape
WARNING :
Make sure without fail of the contour of the sewing pattern after selection of the sewing pattern.
If the sewing pattern extends outside the work clamp feet, the needle will interfere with the work
clamp.
1 Display the sewing screen.
Display the data input screen (blue) and press READY key
A. Then the back-light of LCD changes to green and
sewing is possible.
2 Display the step sewing screen.
A
When STEP SEWING button
B is pressed, the step
sewing screen is displayed.
3 Lower the presser with the foot switch.
The sewing machine does not start even when the
foot switch is depressed with this mode.
B
4 Proceed stitching with the presser lowered.
Check the shape with PRESSER BACK button
E
C and
PRESSER FORWARD button
D.When the button is
held pressed for a fixed period of time, the presser continues
to move even when the button is detached.
When you desire to stop, press STOP button
When RETURN TO ORIGIN button
G.
F is pressed, the
presser moves to the origin.
D 5 Finish checking the shape.
C
F
G
When CANCEL button
E is pressed, the screen returns
to the sewing screen. When the checking of the shape is
not in the position of the start of sewing or that of the end of
sewing, press the foot switch. Then it is possible to sew from
the midway of checking.
The presser does not come down immediately
after turning ON the power.
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2-8. Performing modification of needle entry point
Thread tension value and intermediate presser height of the needle
entry point can be changed.
(1) Changing the thread tension value
Press THREAD TENSION button
A
A in the sewing
screen to display the thread tension setting screen.
Press THREAD TENSION SELECTION button
B to
display the thread tension command selection screen.
B
When
C is pressed, the thread tension value increase/
decrease input screen is displayed.
With
D or
E, needle moves by one stitch in front
or rear in the state that the presser is lowered.
With
F or
G the needle moves to the needle
entry point where there is the thread tension command in the
C
E
front or rear.
D
I
When you desire to stop, press STOP button
F
H
When RETURN TO ORIGIN button
G
presser moves to the origin.
H.
I is pressed, the
The value which is displayed is the absolute value (thread
tension value + thread tension command value).
Input the value you desire with TEN keys and +/– keys J.
When ENTER button
determined.
J
K
K is pressed, the data is
When checking the needle, or performing the feed
forward or backward, the machine fails to work
unless the presser is lowered. Use the machine
after lowering the presser.
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(2) Changing the intermediate presser height value
A
Press INTERMEDIATE PRESSER button
A in the
sewing screen to display the intermediate presser foot height
reference value setting screen.
Press INTERMEDIATE PRESSER SELECTION button
B to display the intermediate presser height increase/
decrease value selection screen.
When
B
C is pressed, the intermediate presser height
increase/decrease value selection screen is displayed.
With
D or
E, needle moves by one stitch in front
or rear in the state that the presser is lowered.
With
F or
G, needle moves to the needle entry
point where there is the intermediate presser command in
front or rear.
When you desire to stop, press STOP button
When RETURN TO ORIGIN button
H.
I is pressed, the
C
E
presser moves to the origin.The value which is displayed
is the absolute value (intermediate presser height value +
D
I
intermediate presser increase/decrease value).
F
H
Input the value you desire with TEN keys and +/– keys J.
G
When ENTER button
determined.
J
K
K is pressed, the data is
1. When checking the needle, or performing the
feed forward or backward, the machine fails
to work unless the presser is lowered. Use the
machine after lowering the presser.
2. When increasing the height of intermediate
presser or making the needle size thicker,
confirm the clearance between the wiper and
the components. Wiper cannot be used unless
the clearance is secured. In this case, turn OFF
the wiper switch, or change the set value of
memory switch U105.
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2-9. How to use temporary stop
When TEMPORARY STOP switch 1 is pressed
during sewing, the sewing machine can be
stopped. At this time, the error screen is displayed
to inform that the stop switch has been pressed.
1
(1) To continue performing sewing from some point in sewing
1 Release the error.
Press RESET button
A to release the error and the
sewing screen is displayed.
2 Perform thread trimming.
Press THREAD TRIM button
A
B to perform thread
trimming.
When PRESSER UP button
G is pressed, the presser
goes up. Turn OFF the power since the operation afterwards
cannot be performed.
When thread trimming is performed, INTERMEDIATE
PRESSER UP/DOWN button
button
B
E, and
D, FEED FORWARD button
RETURN TO ORIGIN button
screen.
G
C, FEED BACKWARD
F are displayed in the
1. When the presser is raised and the operation is
stopped on the way because of the trouble of
forgetting to enter the bobbin case or the like,
press PRESSER UP button
G and turn
OFF the power.
G is not displayed
when the presser is of pneumatic type.
2. PRESSER UP button
3 Adjust the presser to the re-sewing position.
When FEED BACK button
C
D
E
D is pressed, the presser
returns stitch by stitch and when FEED FORWARD button
E is pressed, it advances stitch by stitch. Move the presser to the
re-sewing position.
F 4 Re-start the sewing
When the pedal is depressed, sewing starts again.
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(2) To perform re-sewing from the start
1 Release the error.
Press RESET button
A to release the error and the
sewing screen is displayed.
2 Perform thread trimming.
Press THREAD TRIM button
trimming.
A
B to perform thread
When PRESSER UP button
G is pressed, the presser
goes up. Turn OFF the power since the operation afterwards
cannot be performed.
When thread trimming is performed, INTERMEDIATE
PRESSER UP/DOWN button
button
D, FEED FORWARD button
RETURN TO ORIGIN button
screen.
G
B
C, FEED BACKWARD
E, and
F are displayed in the
1. When the presser is raised and the operation is
stopped on the way because of the trouble of
forgetting to enter the bobbin case or the like,
press PRESSER UP button
OFF the power.
2. PRESSER UP button
G and turn
G is not displayed
when the presser is of pneumatic type.
3 Return to the origin.
When RETURN TO ORIGIN button
C
D
F is pressed, the
pop-up is closed, the sewing screen is displayed and the
machine returns to the position of the start of sewing.
E
4 Perform again the sewing work from the start.
F
When the pedal is depressed, sewing starts again.
2-10. When setting of sewing product is difficult because of interruption of needle tip
A
1 Display the pattern button move screen.
When PATTERN BUTTON MOVE button
the pattern button move screen is displayed.
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A is pressed,
2 Move the pattern.
Lower the presser, and input the move direction with
DIRECTION key B.
B
2-11. Winding bobbin thread
(1) When performing winding bobbin thread while performing sewing
Thread the bobbin winder and wind the bobbin
thread onto the bobbin as illustrated in the figure.
(2) When performing winding bobbin thread only
1 Display the bobbin winding screen.
A
Press BOBBIN WINDER button
A in the data input
screen (blue) and the bobbin winding screen is displayed.
2 Start bobbin winding.
Depress the start pedal, and the sewing machine rotates and
starts winding bobbin thread.
B
3 Stop the sewing machine.
Press STOP button
B and the sewing machine stops
and returns to the normal mode. Or, depress the start pedal
again during winding bobbin and the sewing machine stops
while the bobbin thread winding mode stays as it is. Depress
the start pedal again and the bobbin winding starts again. Use
this way when winding bobbin thread around plural bobbins.
Bobbin winder does not work immediately after turning ON the power. Perform the
bobbin winding after setting pattern No. or the like once, pressing the READY key
, and making the sewing LED light up.
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2-12. Using counter
(1) Setting procedure of the counter
1
Display the counter setting screen.
Press
A
switch and the COUNTER SETTING button
A is displayed on the screen. When this button is pressed, the
counter setting screen is displayed.
2
B
Selection of kinds of counters
This sewing machine has two kinds of counters, i. e. , sewing
counter and No. of pcs. counter. Press SEWING COUNTER
KIND SELECTION button
B or NO. OF PCS. KIND
C
SELECTION button
C to display the counter kind
selection screen. The kinds of the respective counters can be
set separately.
[ Sewing counter ]
UP counter :
Every time the sewing of one shape is performed, the existing
value is counted up. When the existing value is equal to the set
value, the count-up screen is displayed.
DOWN counter :
Every time the sewing of one shape is performed, the existing
value is counted down. When the existing value is reached to “0”,
the count-up screen is displayed.
[ No. of pcs. Counter ]
UP counter :
Every time one combination sewing is performed, the existing
value is counted up. When the existing value is equal to the set
value, the count-up screen is displayed.
DOWN counter :
Every time one combination sewing is performed, the existing
value is counted down. When the existing value is reached to “0”,
the count-up screen is displayed.
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3
Change of counter set value
In case of the sewing counter, press button
D
case of the No. of pcs. counter, press button
E
D and in
E and the
set value input screen is displayed.
Here, input the set value.
When “0” is inputted in the set value, the display of count-up
screen is not performed.
4
F
Change of counter existing value
In case of the sewing counter, press button
case of the No. of pcs. counter, press button
G
existing value input screen is displayed.
Here, input the existing value.
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F and in
G and the
(2) Count-up releasing procedure
When the count-up condition is reached during sewing work, the
count-up screen is displayed and the buzzer beeps. Press CLEAR
button
A to reset the counter and the screen returns to the
sewing screen. Then the counter starts counting again.
A
(3) How to change the counter value during sewing
1
Display the counter value change screen.
When you desire to revise the counter value during sewing
work due to the mistake or the like, press COUNTER VALUE
CHANGE button
A on the sewing screen. The counter
value change screen is displayed.
A
D
2
Change the counter value.
Input the value you desire with ten keys, or “+” or “–” key B.
3
Determine the counter value.
When ENTER button
C is pressed, the data is
determined.
When you desire to clear the counter value, press CLEAR
B
C
button
D.
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2-13. Performing new register of users’ pattern
1
Display the data input screen.
Only in case of the data input screen (blue), new register of
the pattern can be performed. In case of the sewing screen
(green), press READY switch
screen (blue).
and display the data input
A
2
Call the new register of users’ pattern screen.
Press NEW REGISTER button
A and the new register
of users’ pattern screen is displayed.
3
E
B
Input the users’ pattern No.
Input the users’ pattern No. you desire to newly register with
the ten keys B. When the users’ pattern No. which has been
already registered is inputted, the sewing shape which has
been registered is displayed in the upper part of the screen.
Select the users’ pattern No. which is not displayed and has
not been registered. It is possible to retrieve the users’ pattern
No. which has not been registered with the + or – button
(C and D).
4
D C
Determine the users’ pattern No.
Press ENTER button
E to determine the users’ pattern
NO. to be newly registered and the data input screen at the
time of users’ pattern selection is displayed.
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2-14. Naming users’ pattern
As many as 14 characters can be inputted in each users' pattern.
A
1
Display the data input screen.
Only in case of the data input screen (blue) at the time of
pattern button selection, it is possible to input the name of
pattern button. In case of the sewing screen (green), press
READY switch
2
to display the data input screen (blue).
Call the character input screen.
When CHARACTER INPUT button
A is pressed, the
character input screen is displayed.
3
F
Input the character.
Press CHARACTER button B you desire to input and the
input of character can be performed.
As many as 14 characters of characters (
to
B
) and symbols (
,
,
,
,
to
and
and
) can be
inputted. The cursor can be moved with CURSOR LEFT
TRAVEL button
C and CURSOR RIGHT TRAVEL button
D. When you desire to delete the inputted character,
adjust the cursor to the position of the character you desire to
delete and press DELETE button
C D
E.
E
4
Finish the input of character.
When ENTER button
F is pressed, the input of
character is finished. After the finish, the inputted character is
displayed on the upper part of the data input screen (blue).
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2-15. Performing new register of pattern button
A
1
Display the data input screen.
Only in case of the data input screen (blue), new register of
the pattern button can be performed. In case of the sewing
screen (green), press READY switch
data input screen (blue).
2
and display the
Call the new register of pattern button screen.
Press NEW REGISTER button
A and the new register
of pattern button screen is displayed.
3
F
Input the pattern button No.
Input the pattern button No. you desire to newly register with
the ten keys B. When the pattern No. which has been already
registered is inputted, the sewing shape which has been
already registered is displayed in the upper part of the screen.
Select the pattern button No. which is not displayed and has
not been registered. New register to the pattern button No.
which has been already registered is prohibited.
It is possible to retrieve the pattern button No. which has not
E
B
been registered with the “+” or “–” button
(C and
D).
C D
4
Select the folder to be stored.
It is possible for the pattern buttons to be stored in five folders.
As many as 10 pattern buttons can be stored for one folder.
The folder to store the button can be selected with FOLDER
SELECTION button
5
E.
Determine the pattern No.
Press ENTER button
F to determine the pattern button
No. to be newly registered and the data input screen at the
time of pattern button selection is displayed.
Press P1 to P50 key while the sewing screen is displayed or the sewing LED lights
up and the presser comes down. Be careful that your fingers are not caught in the
presser.
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2-16. LCD display section at the time of pattern button selection
(1) Pattern button data input screen
A
B
W
D
C
E
M
N
G
F
O
P
J
Q
H
R
I
K
L
S
V
T
U
A
Button and display
PATTERN BUTTON
COPY button
Description
Pattern button copy screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-19. Copying pattern button”.
B
PATTERN BUTTON
NAME SETTING button
Pattern button name input screen is displayed.
/ Refer to
“@-2-14. Naming users’ pattern”.
C
PATTERN BUTTON
NAME display
Character which is registered to the pattern button No. being selected is
displayed.
WINDING BOBBIN button
Bobbin thread can be wound.
/ Refer to “@-2-11. Winding bobbin thread”.
E
PATTERN BUTTON
NO. display
Pattern button No. being selected at present is displayed on this button
and when the button is pressed, the pattern button No. selection screen is
displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-17. Performing pattern button No. selection”.
F
SEWING SHAPE
Sewing shape which is registered to the pattern button No. being selected
is displayed.
D
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G
Button and display
SEWING SHAPE NO.
Description
Sewing shape which is registered to the pattern button No. being selected
is displayed. There are 4 kinds below of the kinds of sewing shape.
: Users' pattern
: Vector format data
: M3 data
: Sewing standard format
* Be sure to use the smart media that has been formatted with IP-400.
For the formatting procedure of the smart media, refter to
"@-2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media"
H
TOTAL NO. OF STITCHES
Total number of stitches of the pattern which is registered to the pattern
button No. being selected is displayed.
* This item is displayed only when the sewing shape being selected is the
standard pattern.
I
2-STEP STROKE display
2-step stroke value registered to the pattern button No. being selected is
displayed.
J
THREAD TENSION display
Thread tension value which is registered to the pattern button No. being
selected is displayed.
K
TRAVEL AMOUNT IN X
DIRECTION display
Travel amount in X direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being selected is displayed.
L
TRAVEL AMOUNT IN Y
DIRECTION display
Travel amount in Y direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being selected is displayed.
M
X ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
X actual size value which is registered to the pattern button No. being
selected is displayed.
N
X SCALE RATE display
X scale rate which is registered to the pattern button No. being selected is
displayed.
O
Y ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Y actual size value which is registered to the pattern button No. being
selected is displayed.
P
Y SCALE RATE display
Y scale rate which is registered to the pattern button No. being selected is
displayed.
Q
MAX. SPEED LIMITATION
Maximum speed limitation which is registered to the pattern button No.
being selected is displayed.
R
PATTERN BUTTON EDIT button
Pattern button edit screen is displayed.
S
FOLDER NO. display
Folder No. in which the displayed pattern buttons are stored is displayed.
T
FOLDER SELECTION button
Folders to display the pattern button are displayed in order.
U
SEWING SHAPE SELECTION
DATA INPUT SCREEN DISPLAY
button
Sewing shape data input screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-4.(1) Sewing shape data input screen”.
V
PATTERN button
Pattern buttons stored in S Folder No. are displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-15. Performing new register of pattern button”.
W
PRESSER DOWN button
Presser can be lowered and the presser down screen is displayed.
To raise the presser, press the presser up button which is displayed in the
presser down screen.
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(2) Sewing screen
B
E
F
G
H
D
C
J
I
N
K
L
T
U
M
P
Q
V
A
O
R
S
W
Button and display
2-STEP STROKE display
Description
2-step stroke value registered to the pattern button No. during sewing is
displayed.
B
PATTERN BUTTON NAME
display
Character which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
C
X SCALE RATE display
Scale rate in X direction which is registered to the pattern button No. being
sewn is displayed.
D
X ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Actual size value in X direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
E
THREAD CLAMP button
Effective/ineffective of thread clamp is selected.
A
: Thread clamp ineffective
: Thread clamp effective
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F
Button and display
PRESSER DOWN button
Description
Presser can be lowered and the presser down screen is displayed.
To raise the presser, press the presser up button displayed in the presser
down screen.
G
RETURN TO ORIGIN button
Presser is returned to the start of sewing and is raised at the time of
temporary stop.
H
PATTERN NO. display
Pattern button No. being sewn is displayed.
I
SEWING SHAPE display
Sewing shape being sewn is displayed.
J
SEWING SHAPE NO. display
Kind of sewing and sewing shape No. which are registered to the pattern
being sewn are displayed.
K
Y ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Actual size value in Y direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
L
Y SCALE RATE display
Scale rate in Y direction which is registered to the pattern button No. being
sewn is displayed.
M
TOTAL NO. OFSTITCHES OF
SEWING SHAPE display
Total number of stitches of sewing shape which is registered to the pattern
button No. being sewn is displayed.
N
NEEDLE THREAD TENSION
Needle thread tension value which is set to the pattern data being selected
SETTING button
at present is displayed on this button and when the button is pressed, the
item data change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to. “@-2-6. Changing item data”.
O
TRAVEL AMOUNT IN X
DIRECTION display
Travel amount in X direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
P
COUNTER VALUE CHANGE
button
Existing counter value is displayed on this button. When the button is
pressed, the counter value change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-12. Using counter”.
Q
COUNTER CHANGEOVER
button
Display of sewing counter/No. of pcs. counter can be changed over.
/ Refer to “@-2-12. Using counter”.
R
STEP SEWING button
The step sewing screen is displayed. Checking the pattern shape can be
performed.
/ Refer to “@-2-7. Checking pattern shape”.
S
FOLDER NO. display
Folder No. in which the displayed pattern register buttons are stored is
displayed.
T
SPEED variable resistor
Number of revolutions of the sewing machine can be changed.
U
MAX. SPEED LIMITATION
display
Maximum speed limitation which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
V
TRAVEL AMOUNT IN Y
DIRECTION display
Travel amount in Y direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
W
PATTERN REGISTER button
Pattern button which is stored in S FOLDER NO. is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-15. Performing new register of pattern button”.
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2-17. Performing pattern button No. selection
(1) Selection from the data input screen
1
A
Display the data input screen.
In case of the data input screen (blue), it is possible to select
the pattern button No. In case of the sewing screen (green),
press READY switch
2
to display the data input screen.
Call the pattern button No. selection screen.
When PATTERN BUTTON NO. SELECTION button
A is pressed, the pattern button No. selection screen is
displayed. Pattern button No. which is selected at present and
the contents are displayed on the upper part of the screen,
and the list of the pattern button No. buttons which have been
registered is displayed on the lower part of the screen.
3
Select the pattern button No.
When UP or DOWN SCROLL button
B is pressed,
pattern button No. buttons C which have been registered are
F
changed over in order. The contents of sewing data which
D
have been inputted in the pattern button No. are displayed in
C
the button. Here, press the pattern button No. button C you
B
desire to select.
E
4
Determine the pattern button No.
When ENTER button
D is pressed, the pattern button
No. selection screen is closed and the selection is finished.
However, the pattern buttons which are registered to the
combination sewing cannot be deleted.
* When you desire to delete the pattern button which has been
registered, press DELETE
E button. However, the
pattern buttons which are registered to the combination sewing
cannot be deleted.
*
For the pattern No. to be displayed, press FOLDER
SELECTION
F button and pattern button Nos. which
have been stored in the specified folder are displayed in the
list. When the folder No. is not displayed, all pattern Nos.
which have been registered are displayed.
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(2) Selection by means of the shortcut button
WARNING :
Make sure without fail of the contour of the sewing pattern after selection of the sewing pattern.
If the sewing pattern extends outside the work clamp feet, the needle will interfere with the work
clamp.
1
Display the data input screen or the sewing screen.
When the pattern is registered to the folder, pattern buttons
A are surely displayed on the lower side of the screen of the
data input screen or sewing screen.
2
Select the pattern No.
Pattern button is displayed with every folder which is specified
when the pattern is newly created.
B
When FOLDER SELECTION button
A
B is pressed, the
pattern button to be displayed is changed. Display and press
the button of the pattern button No. you desire to sew. When it
is pressed, the pattern button No. is selected.
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2-18. Changing contents of pattern button
1
Display the data input screen at the time of pattern button
selection.
Only in case of the data input screen (blue) at the time of
pattern selection, it is possible to change the contents of
pattern. In case of the sewing screen (green), press READY
switch
A
to display the data input screen at the time of
pattern button selection.
2
Display the pattern button data change screen.
When PATTERN BUTTON DATA CHANGE button
A is
pressed, the pattern button data change screen is displayed.
K
3
J
Display the input screen of the item data you desire to
change.
Data that can be changed are 11 items below.
Item
B
I
H
C
E
G
D
L
F
Input range
Initial value
B
Scale rate in X direction
1.0 to 400.0(%)
100.0
C
Scale rate in Y direction
1.0 to 400.0(%)
100.0
D
Thread tension
0 to 200
50
E
Max. speed limitation
400 to 2700(rpm)
2700
– 5.0 to 5.0(mm)
0.0
– 5.0 to 5.0(mm)
0.0
-
-
1 to 5
-
F
G
Travel amount in X
direction
Travel amount in Y
direction
H
Sewing shape
I
Folder No.
J
Intermediate presser
K
Thread clamp
L
2-step stroke height
0 to 3.5 (mm)
(Max. 0.0 to 7.0 (mm))
0.0
With/without
With
50 to 90
70
When pressing each button of B through H and J, the item data input screen is displayed. When the
buttons of I and K are pressed, Folder Nos. and With/without thread clamp are changed over.
* B Scale rate in X direction and C Scale rate in Y direction can be changed to the actual size value
input by selection of memory switch
.
*
Max. input range and initial value of max. speed limitation D are determined with memory switch
.
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4
Determine the change of item data
For example, input X scale rate. Press
B to display
the item data input screen. Input the value you desire with the
K
ten keys or + or – key K. When ENTER button
L is
pressed, the data is determined.
L
M 5
Close the pattern button data change screen.
When the change is over, press CLOSE button
M. The
pattern button data change screen is closed and the screen
returns to the data input screen.
*
It can be performed to change the other item data by the same
operation.
In case thread tension is changed in the read state,
the set value when the power is turned OFF without
pressing READY key
or without performing
sewing is not stored in memory.
2-19. Copying pattern button
The sewing data of the pattern button No. which has already been registered can be copied to the
pattern button No. which is not registered. Overwriting copy of the pattern button is prohibited. When
you desire to overwrite, perform it after deleting the pattern button once.
/ Refer to “@-2-17. Performing pattern button No. selection”.
A
1
Display the data input screen.
Only in case of the data input screen (blue) at the time of
pattern button selection, it is possible to copy. In case of the
sewing screen (green), press READY switch
the data input screen (blue).
2
to display
Call the pattern copy screen.
When PATTERN BUTTON COPY button
A is pressed,
the pattern button copy (copy source selection) screen is
displayed.
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3
Select the pattern No. of copy source.
Select the pattern button No. of copy source from the pattern
button list button B.
Next, press COPY DESTINATION INPUT button
C and
the copy destination input screen is displayed.
C
B
4
Input the pattern No. of copy destination.
Input the pattern button No. of copy destination with ten keys D.
Pattern button No. which is not used yet can be retrieved with
– and + buttons
(E and F).
In addition, the folder to be stored can be selected with
FOLDER SELECTION button
5
Start copying.
When ENTER button
H is pressed, copying starts.
*
The copied pattern button No. in the selection state returns to
the pattern button copy (copy source selection) screen after
approximately two seconds.
Combination data can be copied in the same way.
1
Select the sewing mode.
D
G
G.
H
E F
2-20. Changing sewing mode
When
A
switch is pressed in the state that the pattern has
been registered, SEWING MODE SELECTION button
A is displayed on the screen. When this button is pressed,
the sewing mode changes alternately the individual sewing
and the combination sewing. (The mode cannot be changed
even when the button is pressed unless the pattern button is
registered.)
* The image of the button of sewing mode selection button
changes according to the sewing mode which is selected at
present.
When individual sewing is selected :
When combination sewing is selected :
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2-21. LCD display section at the time of combination sewing
The sewing machine is capable of sewing in order by combining the plural pattern data. As many as 30
patterns can be inputted. Use this function when sewing plural different shapes on the sewing product.
In addition, it is possible to register as many as 20 of the combination sewing data. Use this function for
new creation and copying in case of need.
/ Refer to “@-2-15. Performing new register of pattern button”
and “@-2-19. Copying pattern button”.
(1) Pattern input screen
A
B
C
E
F
D
G
J
H
I
Button and display
COMBINATION DATA
NEW REGISTER button
Description
Combination data No. new register screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-15. Performing new register of pattern button”.
B
COMBINATION DATA COPY
button
Combination pattern No. copy screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-19. Copying pattern button”.
C
COMBINATION DATA NAME
INPUT button
Combination data name input screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-14. Naming users’ pattern”
D
COMBINATION DATA NAME
display
Name which is inputted in the combination data being selected is displayed.
E
PRESSER DOWN button
Presser can be lowered and the presser down screen is displayed. To raise
the presser, press the presser up button displayed in the presser down
screen.
F
BOBBIN WINDING
Bobbin thread can be wound.
/ Refer to “@-2-11. Winding bobbin thread”.
A
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Button and display
*
Description
G
COMBINATION DATA NO.
SELECTION button
Combination data No. being selected is displayed in the button. When the
button is pressed, the combination data No. selection screen is displayed.
H
SEWING ORDER display
Sewing order of the inputted pattern data is displayed. When the screen
is changed over to the sewing screen, the pattern which is sewn first is
displayed in blue color.
I
PATTERN SELECTION button
Pattern No., shape, number of stitches, etc. which are registered in H
SEWING ORDER are displayed on the button.
When the button is pressed, the pattern selection screen is displayed.
J
NEXT PAGE DISPLAY button
When the patterns which are registered to the combination data become
more than 6 pcs. , this button is displayed. It is possible to register the
patterns from the 7th to the next page. As many as 5 pages can be
displayed
As many as the number of inputted patterns is displayed in H and I, display and button.
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(2) Sewing screen
B
C
D
A
E
Q
R
F
K
I
H
T
J
S
G
U
L
M
N
O
V
W
Y
P
X
A
Button and display
COMBINATION DATA NAME
display
Description
Name which is inputted in the combination data being selected is displayed.
B
THREAD CLAMP button
Effective/ineffective of thread clamp is selected.
: Thread clamp ineffective
: Thread clamp effective
C
PRESSER DOWN button
Presser can be lowered and the presser down screen is displayed.
To raise the presser, press the presser up button displayed in the presser
down screen.
D
RETURN TO ORIGIN button
Presser can be returned to the start of sewing and is rasised at the time of
temporary stop.
E
COMBINATION DATA NO. display
Combination data No. being selected is displayed.
F
PATTERN BUTTON NO. display
Pattern button No. being sewn is displayed.
G
SEWING SHAPE display
Sewing shape which is registered to pattern button No. being sewn is
displayed.
H
SEWING ORDER RETURN
button
Pattern to be sewn can be returned by one.
I
SEWING ORDER display
Sewing order being sewn at present is displayed.
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Button and display
SEWING ORDER ADVANCE
button
Description
Pattern to be sewn can be advanced by one.
K
TOTAL NUMBER OF
REGISTERS display
Total number of patterns which is registered to combination No. being sewn
is displayed.
L
TOTAL NUMBER OF STITCHES
display
Total number of stitches of sewing shape being sewn is displayed.
M
THREAD TENSION display
Thread tension value which is registered to pattern button No. being sewn
is displayed.
N
TRAVEL AMOUNT IN X
DIRECTION display
Travel amount in X direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
O
COUNTER VALUE CHANGE
button
Existing counter value is displayed on this button. When the button is
pressed, the counter value change screen is displayed.
/ Refer to “@-2-12. Using counter”.
P
COUNTER CHANGEOVER
button
Display of sewing counter/No. of pcs. counter can be changed over.
/ Refer to “@-2-12. Using counter”.
Q
X ACTUAL SIZE AMOUNT
X actual size value of the sewing shape which is registered to pattern
J
display
button No. being sewn is displayed.
R
X SCALE RATE display
X scale rate of the sewing shape which is registered to
pattern button No. being sewn is displayed.
S
SPEED variable resistor
Number of revolutions of the sewing machine can be changed.
T
Y ACTUAL SIZE VALUE display
Y actual size value of the sewing shape which is registered to pattern
button No. being sewn is displayed.
U
Y SCALE RATE display
Y scale rate of the sewing shape which is registered to pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
V
MAX. SPEED LIMITATION
display
Maximum speed limitation which is registered to pattern button No. being
sewn is displayed.
W
TRAVEL AMOUNT IN Y
DIRECTION display
Travel amount in Y direction which is registered to the pattern button No.
being sewn is displayed.
X
STEP SEWING button
The step sewing screen is displayed. Checking the
2-STEP STROKE display
2-step stroke value registered to the pattern button No. during sewing is
displayed.
Y
pattern shape can be performed.
/ Refer to “@-2-7. Checking pattern shape”.
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2-22. Performing combination sewing
First, change the sewing mode to the combination sewing before performing setting.
/ Refer to “@-2-20. Changing sewing mode”.
(1) Selection of combination data
1
A
Display the data input screen.
Only in case of the data input screen (pink), it is possible to
select the combination data No.
In case of the sewing screen (green), press READY switch
to display the data input screen (pink).
2
Call the combination data No. screen.
When COMBINATION DATA NO. button
A is pressed,
the combination data No. selection screen is displayed.
Combination data No. which is selected at present and
the contents are displayed in the upper part of the screen,
and other combination data No. buttons which have been
registered are displayed in the lower part of the screen.
3
Select the combination data No.
When UP/DOWN button
B is pressed,
combination data No. buttons C which have been registered
are changed over in order. The contents of combination data
are displayed in the buttons. Here, press the combination data
No. buttons C you desire to select.
B
D
C
4
Determine the combination data No.
When ENTER button
D is pressed, the combination
data No. selection screen is closed and the selection is
finished.
(2) How to edit combination data
1
A
Display the data input screen.
Only in case of the data input screen (pink) it is possible
to input the combination data. In case of the sewing
screen (green), press
READY switch
(pink).
to display the data input screen
Pattern No. has not been registered in the initial state,
and the first pattern selection button is displayed in the
blank state.
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2
Display the pattern No. selection screen.
When PATTERN SELECTION button
A is pressed, the
pattern No. selection screen is displayed.
D 3
Select the pattern No.
When UP/DOWN SCROLL button
C
B is pressed,
pattern No. buttons C which have been registered are
B
4
changed over in order. The contents of pattern data are
displayed in the buttons. Here, press the pattern No. buttons
you desire to select.
Determine the pattern No.
When ENTER button
D is pressed, the pattern No.
selection screen is closed and the selection is finished.
5
Repeat steps 2 through 4 as many as the number of
pattern Nos. you desire to register.
When the first register is determined, the second pattern
selection button
E
E is displayed. Repeat steps 2
through 4 as many as the number of pattern Nos. you desire
to register.
2-23. Changing memory switch data
1 Display the memory switch data list screen.
When MODE key
A
is pressed, memory switch button
A is displayed on the screen. When this button is
pressed, the memory switch data list screen is displayed.
2 Select the memory switch button you desire to change.
Press UP/DOWN SCROOL button
C and select
the data item button B you desire to change.
B
3 Change the memory switch data.
There are data items to change numerals and those to select
C
pictographs in the memory switch data.
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No. in pink color such as
is put on the data items to
change numerals and the set value can be changed with
D buttons displayed in the change screen.
D
No. in blue color such as
→
is put on the data items
to select pictographs and the pictographs displayed in the
change screen can be selected.
For the details of memory switch data,
refer to "@-4. MEMORY SWITCH DATA LIST".
2-24. Using information
There are three functions below in the information function.
1) Oil replacement (grease-up) time, needle replacement time, cleaning time, etc. can be specified
and the warning notice can be performed after the lapse of the specified time.
Refer to "@-2-24.(1) Observing the maintenance and inspection information".
2) Speed can be checked at a glance and the target achieving consciousness as a line or group is
increased as well by the function to display the target output and the actual output.
Refer to "@-2-24.(3) Observing the production control information" and
"@-2-24.(4) Performing setting of the production control information".
3) Information on machine working ratio, pitch time, machine time and machine speed can be
displayed from the working state of the sewing machine.
Refer to "@-2-24.(5) Observing the working measurement information".
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(1) Observing the maintenance and inspection information
1
Display the information screen.
When information key
A of the switch seat section is
pressed in the data input screen, the information screen is
displayed.
A
2
Display the maintenance and inspection information
screen.
Press maintenance and inspection information screen display
button
B
B in the information screen.
Information on the following three items is displayed in the
maintenance and inspection information screen.
E
D
C
• Needle replacement
(1,000 stitches)
:
• Cleaning time (hour)
:
• Oil replacement time (hour)
:
The interval to inform of the inspection for each item in
button C is displayed at D, and remaining time up to the
replacement is displayed at E. In addition, remaining time up
to the replacement can be cleared.
3
Perform clearing remaining time up to the replacement.
When button C of the item you desire to clear is pressed, the
time of replacement clear screen is displayed. When CLEAR
F
button
F is pressed, the remaining time up to the
replacement is cleared.
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4
G
Display the threading diagram.
When threading button
G displayed in the maintenance
and inspection screen is pressed, the needle thread threading
diagram is displayed. Observe it when performing threading.
(2) Releasing procedure of the warning
When the designated inspection time is reached, the warning
screen is displayed.
In case of clearing the inspection time, press CLEAR button
B
A. The inspection time is cleared and the pop-up is closed. In case
A of not clearing the inspection time, press CANCEL button
B and close the pop-up. Every time one sewing is completed, the
warning screen is displayed until the inspection time is cleared.
Warning Nos. of the respective items are as follows.
• Needle replacement : A201
• Cleaning time
: A202
• Oil replacement time : A203
For the grease-up portion, refer to the item of
"#-1-12. Replenishing the designated places with
grease".
(3) Observing the production control information
It is possible to designate the start, display the number of pieces of production from the start to the
existing time, display the number of pieces of production target, etc. in the production control screen.
There are two kinds of display ways for the production control screen.
[When displaying from the information screen]
1
Display the information screen.
When information key
A
A of the switch seat section is
pressed in the data input screen, the information screen is
displayed.
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2
Display the production control screen.
Press production control screen display button
B in the
information screen. The production control screen is displayed.
Information on the following 5 items is displayed in the
production control screen.
A : Existing target value
Number of pieces of the target of products at the present
time is automatically displayed.
B : FActual results value
Number of pieces of the sewn products is automatically
displayed.
C : Final target value
Number of pieces of the final target of products is
displayed.Input the number of pieces referring to
"@-2-24.(4) Performing setting of the production
control information".
:
Pitch
time
D
Time (second) required for one process is displayed.Input
the time (unit : second) referring to
"@-2-24.(4) Performing setting of the production
control information".
E : Number of times of thread trimming
Number of times of thread trimming per process is
displayed. Input the number of times referring to
"@-2-24.(4) Performing setting of the production
control information".
B
A
C
B
D
E
[ When displaying from the sewing screen]
1
Display the sewing screen.
When READY key
A of the switch seat section is
pressed in the data input screen, the sewing screen is
displayed.
A
2
Display the production control screen.
When information key
B
B of the switch seat section is
pressed in the sewing screen, the production control screen is
displayed.
The contents of display and the functions are common to
"[When displaying from the information screen]".
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(4) Performing setting of the production control information
1
Display the production control screen.
Display the production control screen referring to
"@-2-24.(3) Observing the production control
information".
A
B
C
2
Input the final target value.
First, input the number of pieces of the target of production in
the process to which sewing is performed from now on. When
final target value button
A is pressed, the final target
value input screen is displayed.
Input the value you desire with ten keys or UP/DOWN buttons.
After the input, press ENTER button
D.
D
3
Input the pitch time.
Next, input the pitch time required for one process. When
PITCH button
B of the aforementioned item 1) is
pressed, the pitch time input screen is displayed.
Input the value you desire with ten keys or UP/DOWN buttons.
After the input, press ENTER button
E.
E
4
Input the number of times of thread trimming.
Next, input the number of times of thread trimming per
process.
When number of times of thread trimming button
C in
the previous page is pressed, the number of times of thread
trimming input screen is displayed.
Input the value you desire with ten keys or UP/DOWN buttons.
After the input, press ENTER button
F
*
F.
When the input value is "0", count of the number of times
of thread trimming is not performed. Use this function by
connecting the external switch.
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5
Start the count of number of pieces of production.
When START button
I is pressed, the count of number
of pieces of production is started.
K
I
6
Stop the count.
Display the production control screen referring to
"@-2-24.(3) Observing the production control
information".
When the count is being performed, STOP switch
displayed. When STOP button
J is
J is pressed, the count
is stopped.
After the stop, START button
J
position of STOP button. When continuing the count, press
START button
I again. The counted value is not
cleared until CLEAR button
7
N
K is pressed.
Clear the counted value.
When clearing the counted value, set the count to the stop
state and press CLEAR button
M
L
I is displayed at the
L.
The value to be cleared is the present target value M and
actual results value N only.
* CLEAR button is displayed only in case of stop state.
When CLEAR button
L is pressed, the clear
confirmation screen is displayed.
When CLEAR button
O is pressed in the clear
confirmation screen. the counted value is cleared.
O
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(5) Observing the working measurement information
1
Display the information screen.
When information key
A of the switch seat section is
pressed in the data input screen, the information screen is
displayed.
A
2
Display the working measurement screen.
Press working measurement screen display button
B
in the information screen. The working measurement screen is
displayed.
B
A
B
C
D
Information on the following 5 items are displayed in the
working measurement screen.
A : The information is automatically displayed from the time
of start of measuring the working ratio.
B : The information is automatically displayed from the time
of start of measuring the machine speed.
C : The information is automatically displayed from the time
of start of measuring the pitch time.
D : The information is automatically displayed from the time
of start of measuring the machine time.
E : Number of times of thread trimming is Input the number
of times referring to item 3) on the next page.
E
3
Input the number of times of thread trimming.
Next, input the number of times of thread trimming per
process. When NUMBER OF TIMES OF THREAD TRIMMING
button
E is pressed, the number of times of thread
trimming input screen is displayed.
Input the value you desire with ten keys or UP/DOWN buttons.
After the input, press ENTER button
C
C.
* When the input value is 0, count of the number of times
of thread trimming is not performed. Use this function by
connecting the external switch.
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4
Start the measurement.
When START button
D is pressed, measurement of
each data is started.
F
D
5
Stop the count.
Display the working measurement screen referring to 1) and
2) of "@-2-24.(5) Observing the working measurement
information".
STOP switch
E is displayed when the measurement is
being performed. When STOP switch
E is pressed, the
measurement is stopped.
After the stop, START button
D is displayed at the
position of STOP button. To continue measuring, press START
E
button
D again. The measured value is not cleared until
CLEAR button
6
F is pressed.
Clear the counted value.
When clearing the counted value, set the count to the stop
state and press CLEAR button
G
G.
* CLEAR button is displayed in case of the stop state only.
When CLEAR button
G is pressed, the clear
confirmation screen is displayed.
When CLEAR button
H is pressed in the clear
confirmation screen, the counted value is cleared.
H
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2-25. Using communication function
Communication function can download the sewing data created with other sewing machine, creation of
sewing data and sewing data created by editing device PM-1 to the sewing machine. In addition, the
function can upload the aforementioned data to the smart media or personal computer.
Smart media and RS-232C port are prepared as the vehicle to communicate.
* However, SU-1 (data server utility) is necessary to perform download/upload from the personal
computer.
(1) Handling possible data
Sewing data that can be handled are 4 kinds below, and the respective data formats are as shown
below.
Data name
Extension
Description of data
It is the data of needle entry point
created with PM-1, and the data format
that can be operated in common
between JUKI sewing machines.
Vector format data
VD00XXX.VDT
M3 data
AMS0XXX.M3
Pattern data of AMS-210D series
Sewing standard format
data
SD00XXX.DAT
Data of sewing standard format
Simplified program data
AMS0XXX.PRO
Simplified program data
xxx : file No.
* For the simplified program, see the Engineer's Manual.
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(2) Performing communication by using the smart media
For handling way of the smart media, read "@-1. PREFACE".
(3) Performing communication by using RS-232C
[ Setting procedure ]
It is possible to send and receive the data, by using RS-232C cable, with the personal computer or the
like. For the cable to be connected, connect reverse type 9-pin (female) to the operation panel side.
If the contact part becomes dirty, failure of contact will be caused. Do not touch by
hand, and control so that dust, oil or other foreign material does not adhere to it. In
addition, the inside element is damaged by static electricity or the like. So, be very
careful when handling.
*
When the lower part of the cover located on the side of the operation panel is opened, there is the
connector of 9-pin for RS-232C. Connect the cable there. When the screw for locking is attached to
the connector, tighten the screw to prevent it from falling.
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(4) Take-in of the data
1 Display the communication screen.
When communication switch
A of switch seat section is
pressed in the data input screen, the communication screen is
F
displayed.
B
C
D
E
A
2 Select the communication procedure.
There are four communication procedures as described below.
B Writing data from smart media to panel
C Writing data from personal computer (server) to panel
D Writing data from panel to smart media
E Writing data from panel to personal computer (server)
Select the button of communication procedure you desire.
3 Select the data No.
When
F is pressed, the writing file selection screen is
displayed.
Input the file No. of the data you desire to write. For the file
No., input the numerals of the part xxx of VD00xxx .vdt of the
file name.
Designation of the pattern No. of writing destination can be
performed in the same way. When the writing destination is
the panel, pattern Nos. which have not been registered are
displayed.
G
H 4
Determine the data No.
When ENTER button
G is pressed, the data No.
selection screen is closed and the selection of the data No.
has been completed.
5
Start communication.
When COMMUNICATION START button
H is pressed,
the data communication starts. The during communication
screen is displayed during communication and the screen
returns to the communication screen after the end of
communication.
Do not open the cover during reading the data.
Data may not be read in.
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(5) Taking in plural data together
It is possible for vector data, M3 data and sewing standard format data to select plural writing data and
write them together. Pattern No. of writing destination will become the same No. of the selected data
No.
It is not possible for the No. after No. 201 of smart media to select plural No.
1
Display the writing file selection screen.
When PLURAL SELECTION button
A is pressed, the
data No. plural selection screen is displayed.
A
2
Perform the data No. selection.
Since the list of existing data file numbers is displayed, press
FILE NO. button B you desire to write. It is possible to invert
the selected state of the button with INVERSION button
C
B
3
C.
Determine the data No.
When ENTER button
selection screen is closed and the data selection ends.
D
4
E
D is pressed, the data No. plural
Start the communication.
When COMMUNICATION START button
the data communication starts.
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E is pressed,
Data No. during communication, total number of writing data and
number of data that have ended the data communication are
displayed in the during communication screen.
*
When performing writing to the pattern No. which already
exists, the overwriting confirmation screen is displayed before
writing. When performing overwriting, press ENTER button
F.
When performing overwriting all without displaying the
overwriting confirmation screen, press OVERWRITING button
G in all cases.
F
G
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2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media
When re-formatting the smart media, be sure to perform it with IP-400. The smart media that is
formatted with the personal computer cannot be read with IP-400 and the CP-20.
1
Display the smart media format screen.
When MODE key
is held pressed for three seconds,
smart media format button
A is displayed on the screen.
When this button is pressed, the smart media format screen is
displayed.
A
2
Start formating of the smart media.
Set the smart media you desire to format to the smart media
slot, close the cover, press ENTER button
B
B and
formating starts.
Save necessary data in the smart media to the other vehicle
before formating. When formating is performed, the inside
data are deleted.
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3. WHEN USING CP-20
3-1. Name of each section of CP-20
1
3
4
2
5
7
8
6
9
!1
!0
8 Item selection LED
1 “Ready” key
LEDs of the selected items light up.
This key changes over the setting state from
the panel to the sewing state where the
sewing machine actually operates.
2 Sewing LED
Pattern No.
X scale
Y scale
3 “Reset” key
Max. speed
limitation
Sewing
counter
Bobbin
winder
This LED goes off at the time of setting state and
lights up at the time of sewing state. Changeover
can be performed with “Ready” key.
This key is used for canceling error or
returning the set value to the initial value.
4 “Mode” key
Intermediate
presser
height
This key makes the setting mode of the
memory switch.
Thread
tension
5 “+ / Feed forward” key and “– / Feed
backward” key
9 Needle thread clamp ON/OFF key
6 “Selection” key
!0 Needle thread clamp display LED
This key selects effective/ineffective of needle
thread clamp. When it is effective, needle
thread clamp display LED lights up.
This key is used for changing pattern No. and
X/Y scale, and feed forward/feed backward.
This key selects the item to be set. Item
selection LED of the selected item and the
set value are displayed.
7 Data indication LED
When this LED lights up, needle thread clamp
operates.
!1 Needle thread clamp display LED
This key registers the pattern. When this key
is pressed, the pattern registered here can
sew immediately.
X/Y scale, sewing position, etc. can be
changed and registered.
This LED indicates the set values of the
selected items such as pattern No., X/Y
scale, etc.
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3-2. Operation of CP-20 (Basic)
Store the vector format data to the specified folder referring to "@-1-3) Folder structure of the smart
media". Properly insert the smart media and securely close the lid of the cover.
Be sure to use the smart media that has been formatted with IP-400.
For the formatting procedure of the smart media, refter to
"@-2-26. Performing formatting of the smart media"
(1) Item data setting
Set each item following the procedure described below.
Setting of the
pattern No.
Setting of
the X scale
Setting of
the max.
sewing speed
limitation
Setting of
the Y scale
Setting
the thread
tension
Setting of
intermediate
presser height
1 Turn ON the power switch.
Pattern No. of the item selection lights up, and the pattern No. is indicated on the data display.
2 Setting of the pattern No. (Example : when setting pattern No. S.61)
1)
2)
Press the
key to indicate the item
“Pattern NO”
.
Press the
or
key to indicate “ S.61
”on the display.
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3 Setting of the X scale (Example : when setting 100.0%)
1)
Press the
Scale”
2)
Press
key to indicate the item “X
.
or
key, and set the ratio
within the range of 1.0% to 400.0%.
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4 Setting of the Y scale (Example : when setting 100.0%)
1)
Press the
Scale”
2)
key to indicate the item “Y
.
Press
or
key, and set the ratio
within the range of 1.0% to 400.0%.
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5 Setting of the max. sewing speed limitation (Example : when setting 400 rpm)
1)
Press the
“Speed”
2)
Press
key to indicate the item
.
or
key to indicate “400”.
(Setting of 400 rpm)
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6 Setting the thread tension (Example : when setting thread tension 30)
1)
Press
key to indicate the item “THREAD
TENSION”
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2)
Press
.
or
key to indicate “30”. (0
to 200 can be set.)
7 Setting of the intermediate presser height (Example : when setting intermediate presser height 30)
1)
Press
key to indicate the item
"INTERMEDIATE PRESSER"
2)
Press
or
.
key to display "30" in the
screen. (0 to 3.5 (Max 0 to 7.0) can be set.)
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Setting range can be changed with
memory switch U112. However, set
the setting range to max. 3.5 mm,
when using DPX5 needle, to protect
the intermediate presser from
interfering with the needle bar.
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8 Finish of setting
1) Press the
key.
2) After the work clamp feet have moved and gone
up, the sewing LED lights up, and the sewing is
ready.
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1. When the data is changed, press
to confirm the change.
2. When selecting the items of the height of the intermediate presser and the bobbin
winder, the machine cannot move to the sewing state. Select other items.
3. If
key is pressed, you can make sure of the respective setting items again.
However, the items can not be changed in the state that the SEWING LED is lit up.
4. When
key is pressed, the READY LED goes off. Set values of the respective
items can be changed.
5. Thread tension can be changed even when the sewing LED lights up.
6. Use the machine after confirming the pattern No. When
key is pressed
while pattern No. is indicated "0" (state at the time of delivery), error display E-10
appears. At this time, re-set the pattern No.
7. Change of the height of the intermediate presser and the bobbin winder fail to
work immediately after turning ON the power. Use the machine after pressing
READY key
and performing the origin retrieval.
(2) Checking the contour of a sewing pattern
WARNING :
Make sure without fail of the contour of the sewing pattern after selection of the sewing pattern.
If the sewing pattern extends outside the work clamp feet, the needle will interfere with the work
clamp feet during sewing, causing dangerous troubles including needle breakage.
1)
Press
key to make the READY LED
light up.
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2)
Select the "INTERMEDIATE PRESSER"
3)
with
key.
Lower the work clamp feet with the foot
switch.
The sewing machine does not
start even when the foot switch is
depressed under this mode.
d
4)
Press
key in the state that the work
clamp feet are lowered.
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The work clamp feet do not go
up even when the foot switch is
detached.
5)
Confirm the contour of the pattern with
key or
6)
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key.
The work clamp feet will go up when
is pressed.
key
(3) Performing modification of the needle entry point
When commands of thread tension or intermediate presser height exist in the needle entry point of the
shape confirmation and during temporary stop, those values can be modified.
• Changing the thread tension reference value
1)
Press
key in the ready state to select
the thread tension.
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2)
3)
4)
Press
key for 5 seconds or more with
the feeding frame lowered.
The sewing LED lights up and thread tension
LED flashes on and off.
Set the thread tension reference value with
key or
key.
• Changing the thread tension command
value
1)
Press
key in the aforementioned
reference value change state.
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2)
Both the sewing LED and the thread tension
LED flash on and off.
3)
Continue stitching with
4)
"C" is displayed when there is the thread
tension command in the current needle entry
point.
5)
Pressing
key or
key.
h
+
key, set the thread tension
command value with
6)
key or
When ending the setting, press
key.
key.
When checking the needle, or performing the feed forward or backward, the machine
fails to work unless the presser is lowered. Use the machine after lowering the
presser.
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• Changing the intermediate presser
reference value
1) Press
key in the ready state to select
the intermediate presser.
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2)
Press
key for 5 seconds or more with
the feeding frame lowered.
3)
The sewing LED lights up and the
intermediate presser LED flashes on and off.
4)
Set the intermediate presser reference value
with
key or
key.
• Changing the intermediate presser
command value
1) Press
key in the aforementioned
reference value change state.
h
h
+
2)
Both the sewing LED and the intermediate
presser LED flash on and off.
3)
Continue stitching with
4)
"C" is displayed when there is the
intermediate presser command in the current
needle entry point.
5)
Pressing
key or
key.
key, set the intermediate
presser command value with
key or
key.
6)
When ending the setting, press
key.
1. When checking the needle, or performing the feed forward or backward, the
machine fails to work unless the presser is lowered. Use the machine after
lowering the presser.
2. When increasing the height of intermediate presser or making the needle size
thicker, confirm the clearance between the wiper and the components. Wiper
cannot be used unless the clearance is secured. In this case, turn OFF the wiper
switch, or change the set value of memory switch
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.
(4) When the pattern is changed
1)
When X/Y enlargement/reduction ratio,
thread tension value, and intermediate
presser height of the data of the vector format
are changed, and
h
key is pressed, the
display is in the pattern No. selection state as
shown in the figure.
When you desire to change the pattern No.
in this state, the display becomes the pattern
No. change confirmation display.
When destroying the contents of the current
pattern and changing the pattern No., press
key, and when canceling the change
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of pattern No., press
key.
In order to store the changed pattern, see
"@-3-3. Performing copying of pattern".
3-3. Performing copying of pattern
Copying below can be performed under the pattern copy mode.
• Copying from vector format data to users' pattern
• Copying between vector format data
• Copying from users' pattern to vector format data
• Copying between users' patterns
1)
Confirm that sewing LED went out, and press
key.
Display the copy mode with
h
key, and press
key or
key.
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2)
First set No. of the copy source. Select the
pattern No. of copy source with
key or
key.
Here the registered vector format data, users'
pattern and the edited vector format data can
be selected.
When No. of the copy source is determined,
h
press
key to set No. of the copy
destination in the set state.
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3)
Next, set No. of the copy destination. Select
pattern No. of the copy destination with
key or
key. Here vector format data
1 to 999 and users' pattern 1 to 200 can be
selected. A is displayed to the No. which is
not registered yet, and 0 is displayed to the
No. which has been registered.
When No. can be selected, determine it with
h
key.
4)
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When trying to copy to the registered pattern
No., the overwriting confirming state is
produced. When performing the overwriting,
press
key, and when canceling, press
key.
3-4. Performing deletion of pattern
1)
Confirm that the sewing LED has gone out,
and press
h
key.
Display the deletion mode, and press
key with
key or
key.
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2)
Set the deletion No.
Select the pattern No. to be deleted with
key or
h
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key, and press
key.
3)
The deletion confirmation state is produced.
When executing the deletion without change,
press
key, and when canceling, press
key.
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3-5. Sewing
* For the sewing procedure, see "!-5-1. Sewing".
(1) Change to the other sewing pattern
WARNING :
Make sure without fail of the contour of the sewing pattern after selection of the sewing pattern.
If the sewing pattern extends outside the work clamp feet, the needle will interfere with the work
clamp feet during sewing, causing dangerous troubles including needle breakage.
1)
Make the Sewing LED go off with
2)
Press
No
h
3)
4)
5)
key.
key and select the item of pattern
.
Set the pattern No. with
key or
key.
Similarly, setting of X/Y scale, speed, etc. is
performed.
When
key is pressed, the Sewing LED
lights up and the sewing machine is in the
sewing ready state.
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3-6. Winding bobbin
(1) To wind a bobbin while the sewing machine is performing sewing
Thread the bobbin winder and wind the bobbin
thread onto the bobbin as illustrated in the figure.
(2) To wind a bobbin independently
WARNING :
Make sure without fail of the contour of the sewing pattern after selection of the sewing pattern.
If the sewing pattern extends outside the work clamp feet, the needle will interfere with the work
clamp feet during sewing, causing dangerous troubles including needle breakage.
1)
Press
key to make the SEWING LED
go off.
2)
Select the bobbin winding with
h
key.
Selection cannot be performed
when the Sewing LED is lit up.
3)
h
Press
down and the Sewing LED lights up.
4)
When the pedal switch is depressed, the
sewing machine rotates.
5)
When the pedal is depressed again, or
key or
d
key is pressed, the sewing
machine stops. When winding bobbin ends
with
h
key. The work clamp feet come
key, the winding bobbin mode is
completed.
6)
When
key is pressed, the Sewing LED
goes off, the work clamp feet go up and
key becomes effective.
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3-7. Operation of CP-20 (Advanced)
(1) Performing sewing using the pattern keys (
,
,
,
and
)
When registering the patterns already registered (No. 1 to 200) to P1 to P25, calling of the pattern can
be performed with one-touch without selecting by scrolling of pattern No.
It is possible to change and register enlargement/reduction ratio, max. speed limitation, thread tension,
and sewing position.
*
When selecting P6 to P25, perform the selection by combination of
,
,
,
and
keys as shown in the table below.
P-No.
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P6
P7
Selection key
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5
P1+P2
P1+P3
P-No.
P8
P9
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
Selection key
P1+P4
P1+P5
P2+P3
P2+P4
P2+P5
P3+P4
P3+P5
P-No.
P15
P16
P17
P18
P19
P20
P21
Selection key
P4+P5
P1+P2+P3
P1+P2+P4
P1+P2+P5
P1+P3+P4
P1+P3+P5
P1+P4+P5
P-No.
P22
P23
P24
P25
Selection key
P2+P3+P4
P2+P3+P5
P2+P4+P5
P3+P4+P5
(2) Register to the pattern key
Setting example : Register following setting to the P2., Pattern No. 3, X scale rate : 50%, Y Scale rate :
80%, Max. speed limitation : 2,000 rpm, Thread tension : "50", Pattern position : 0.5 mm to the right and
1 mm to the front
1)
Turn ON the power switch and press
key to enter mode setting (memory switch
setting). (Sewing LED should be put out.)
2)
Indicate the pattern register mode with
or
3)
key.
Press
key.
Enter the pattern register mode.
When the space after P1 is blank,
the data is in the registered state.
When the space after P1 is “- -”,
the data is not in the registered
state.
4)
Press
key. (Select P-No. to be
registered.) Selection can be performed with
∼
or
5)
Press
key.
key to indicate the Pattern No
. Set the Pattern No. to "3" with
key.
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or
6)
Press
or
key and set as follows with
key.
X Scale rate
: “50.0”%,
Y Scale rate
: “80.0”%,
Max. speed limitation
Thread tension
Presser height
7)
Press
: “2000” rpm,
: “50”
: “0”
key and “X Scale rate
”
indication becomes 0.0. Traveling amount in
X direction can be set in 0.1 mm unit. Set 0.5
with
8)
or
Press
key.
key and “Y Scale rate
”
indication becomes 0.0. Traveling amount in
Y direction can be set in 0.1 mm unit. Set –1.0
with
9)
Press
or
key.
key.
Data is determined, and the pattern register
mode ends. When
key is pressed, the
set data is canceled.
10) Press
key.
Mode setting is finalized and the mode
returns to the normal mode.
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(3) Sewing operation
Operation example : After performing sewing with the contents of the registered P2, perform sewing
with the contents of P3.
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1)
Turn ON the power switch.
2)
Press the
3)
Press the
key.
key, and when the sewing
LED lights up, the work clamp foot goes up
after it has moved.
4)
Check the contour of the sewing pattern.
(Refer to the item “@-3-2.(2) Checking the
contour of a sewing pattern”.)
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5)
If the contour of the sewing pattern is
acceptable, the sewing can be made.
d
6)
h
h
Press
key after completion of sewing and
the presser comes down. The presser moves
to the sewing start point after origin retrieval
and goes up. (The P keys can operate the
pattern change by one-touch even when the
sewing LED is lighting up.)
7)
*
Perform the above items 4) and 5).
The P1 to P50 can be indicated on the display
when selecting the pattern by pressing the
or
d
key.
/ 0 / S1 to S999 / 1 to 200 / P1 to P50
P1 to P50 which have not been registered are
not indicated.
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3-8. Performing sewing using the combination function
By arranging in the order of use of the pattern register (P1 to P25) which have been already registered
and registering in C1 to C20, the sewing pattern will change in the order every time the sewing machine
finishes the sewing.
(1) Register of the combination
Setting example : Combine in the order of P1, P2 and P3, and register them in the C1.
1)
Turn ON the power switch and press
key to enter the mode setting (memory switch
setting).
2)
Indicate the combination mode with
or
key.
3)
Press
key. Sewing LED lights up to
enter the combination mode.
C1 to C20 can be selected with
or
key.
When the space after C1 is blank,
the data is in the registered state.
When the space after C1 is “- -”, the
data is not in the registered state.
4)
Press
key, and then press
key.
P1 is set to the first pattern of C1.
5)
Press
key, and then press
key.
P2 is set to the second pattern of C1.
6)
Press
key, and then press
key.
P3 is set to the third pattern of C1.
7)
Press
8)
Press
key to finalize the register.
key.
Combination register mode is finalized.
9)
Press
key.
Mode setting is finalized and the mode
returns to the normal mode.
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(2) Sewing operation
Operation example : Perform sewing with the contents of the registered C1.
1)
Turn ON the power switch.
2)
Set the pattern No. to “C1-1 ” using the
or
key. Scroll as follows :
/ 0 / S1 to S999 / 1 to 200 / P1 to P50
C1 to C20 , P1 to P50 ,
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3)
4)
h
5)
d
Press the
key. When the sewing LED
lights up, the work clamp feet will go up after
having moved.
If the contour of the pattern is acceptable, the
sewing can be made.
Every time the sewing is finished, the step is
made in the order of the combination. After
completing one cycle of sewing, the step
returns to the first step. The sewing can be
made repeatedly.
1. When you desire to return the pattern to the previous one or skip the next pattern
after sewing, press
or
key in a state that the sewing LED lights up.
The indication of the pattern will change, and the work clamp feet will move to the
sewing start point.
2. If the contents of P1 to P25 are changed after registration of C1 to C20, the
contents of P1 to P25 used in C1 to C20 will change. So, be careful.
3. Make sure of the contour of the pattern for each of the patterns. (Refer to the item
“@-3-2.(2) Checking the contour of the sewing pattern”.)
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3-9. When using as "bobbin thread counter"
The production counter can be used as the bobbin thread counter. In case a same sewing pattern is sewn
in repetition, the sewing machine will stop sewing when the number of times (the specified number) that
can be sewn with a bobbin is reached. The bobbin thread counter is of the subtracting method.
The counter at the time of delivery is set to the production counter (adding method).
If it is used as the bobbin thread counter, it is necessary to change over memory
switch. (Refer to the item “@-3-10. Start and change of the memory switch”.)
1)
Press
key while sewing LED goes off
to indicate COUNTER display
h
h
2)
Then press the
3)
Then press the
or
key, and set
the specified number of times that can be
sewn with a bobbin.
Every time the sewing machine finishes a
sewing cycle, counting-down is made by one.
When the sewing machine finishes the
specified number of times, the sewing
machine does not start even if depressing the
pedal.
Replace the bobbin with a new one, and
4)
h
5)
6)
e
.
press the
7)
key.
key. The value of the counter
returns to the set value.
Repeat the steps of procedure from the steps
4) to 6).
(1) How to use the temporary stop
1)
Sewing machine stops by TEMPORARY STOP switch of machine
head.
Error 50 is indicated.Release the error with
2)
key.
There are three operations after stop as below.
1 Re-start of sewing by means of the start switch.
2 Press
key to perform thread trimming, perform positioning with
or
key, and re-
start by means of the start switch.
3 Press
key to perform thread trimming, and press again
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key to return to the origin.
3-10. Start and change of the memory switch
The sewing machine operation can be changed by changing the setting of the memory switch.
1)
When
key is pressed in the state that the
sewing LED is put out, the memory switch
setting mode is obtained.
Three figures from
the top are memory
switch Nos.
1.27 which is indicated when "M"
Two figures from the
bottom are contents
of setting.
key is pressed indicates that the
max. speed limitation of the first
memory switch is 2,700 rpm. (State
at the time of delivery from the
factory)
2)
Change the memory switch No. with
or
key.
3)
Adjust the memory switch No. to the No. you
desire to change, and press
4)
sewing LED lights up.
Change the contents of the memory switch
with
5)
key. The
or
key.
The value can be returned to the value at the
time of delivery from the factory with
6)
Press
key.
key to register the contents of
change. Sewing LED goes off and the mode
returns to the selective state of the memory
switch No.
7)
Press
key to finalize the memory switch
setting mode and the mode returns to the
normal mode.
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3-11. Correspondence table of LED and 7-segment display
No.
Lit LED
7-segment display
Description
1
Data being read is displayed when turning ON the power.
2
Smart media pattern display
Example) Smart media pattern 2
3
Smart media pattern display
Example) Smart media pattern 3
Pattern in the smart
media is indicated.
4
Pattern key display
Example) Pattern key 1
Pattern key is indicated.
5
Cycle pattern
Example) Cycle pattern 1
Cycle pattern 1
is indicated.
1st register
6
X enlargement/reduction ratio display
Example) 100.0%
7
Y enlargement/reduction ratio display
Example) 100.0%
8
9
Max. number of revolutions display
Example) 2,700 rpm
Thread tension display
Example) 50
10
Intermediate presser height (When presser goes up.)
Example) 1.5mm
When presser goes up.
11
Intermediate presser height (When presser comes down.)
Example) 1.5mm
When presser comes down.
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No.
Lit LED
7-segment display
Description
12
Bobbin winder (When presser goes up.)
13
Bobbin winder (When presser comes down.)
14
Thread tension command input position
Example) 100
It is indicated that thread tension command
is inputted in the current position.
15
Intermediate presser command input position
Example) 1.5mm
It is indicated that intermediate presser
command is inputted in the current position.
16
Smart media pattern, the contents of which are changed display
Example) Smart media pattern 20
It is indicated that the
pattern has been changed.
17
Confirmation display when changing No. of smart media pattern,
the contents of which are changed
18
Overwriting confirmation and deletion confirmation display
19
Memory switch display
Example) Memory switch No. 1, set value : 2700
Memory switch No.
20
Direct pattern register and edit display
21
Cycle pattern register and edit display
22
Copy
23
Deletion
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Set value
No.
24
Lit LED
7-segment display
Description
When copy destination No. is set.
Example) Users’ pattern 8
It is indicated that pattern No. to
be copied is being selected.
25
When copy destination No. which has been set already exists.
Example) Users’ pattern 200
It is indicated when copy
destination pattern No. which
has been set already exists.
26
Deletion No. selection
Example) Users’ pattern 1
Deletion is indicated.
27
Number of revolutions in the sewing state display
It is possible to change the number of revolutions during sewing
with
key or
key. (Change is temporary.)
Example)
Max. number of revolutions : 2,700 rpm
State of max. number of
revolutions is indicated.
Number of revolutions : 2,000 rpm
It is indicated that the number of
revolutions has been changed from
max. number of revolutions.
28
29
Counter value display
Example) Counter value : 9999
Error No. display (Flash)
Example) Error No. 50
Error display
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Error No.
4. MEMORY SWITCH DATA LIST
Memory switch data are the motion data that the sewing machine has in common and the data
that operate on all sewing patterns in common.
4-1. Data list
Setting range
200 to 2700
Edit unit
100rpm
Sewing speed of 1st stitch
In case of with thread clamp
200 to 1500
100rpm
Sewing speed of 2nd stitch
In case of with thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Sewing speed of 3rd stitch
In case of with thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Sewing speed of 4th stitch
In case of with thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Sewing speed of 5th stitch
In case of with thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Thread tension of 1st stitch
In case of with thread clamp
0 to 200
1
Thread tension setting at the time
of thread trimming
0 to 200
1
Thread tension changeover
timing at the time of thread trimming
– 6 to 4
1
Sewing speed of 1st stitch
In case of without thread clamp
200 to 1500
100rpm
Sewing speed of 2nd stitch
In case of without thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Sewing speed of 3rd stitch
In case of without thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Sewing speed of 4th stitch
In case of without thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Sewing speed of 5th stitch
In case of without thread clamp
200 to 2700
100rpm
Thread tension of 1st stitch
In case of without thread clamp
0 to 200
1
Thread tension changeover timing
at the time of sewing start
In case of without thread clamp
– 5 to 2
1
No.
Item
Maximum sewing speed
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No.
Item
Operation panel key lock mode (CP-20 only)
0 : Normal
1 : X enlarging /
Y enlarging / speed Item skip
Counter motion selection (CP-20 only)
0 : Sewing UP counter
1 : Bobbin thread DOWN counter
Height of eight of presser at the time
of 2 step scrolling
Buzzer sound can be prohibited.
Setting range
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50 to 90
1
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1 to 7
1
– 10 to 0
1
0 : Without buzzer sound
1 : Panel operating sound
2 : Panel operating sound + error
Number of stitches
of thread clamp release is set.
Clamping timing
of thread clamp can be delayed.
Thread clamp control can be prohibited.
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0 : Normal
1 : Prohibited
Feed motion timing is selected.
Set the timing in “–” direction when
stitch is not well-tightened.
State of the presser after end of sewing is selected.
0 : Presser goes up after moving at start of
sewing.
1 : Presser goes up immediately afterend of
sewing.
2 : Presser goes up by pedal operation after
moving at start of sewing.
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– 8 to 16
1
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Item
No.
Presser lifting motion at the end of sewing can be set.
Setting range
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Edit unit
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0 : With presser up
1 : Without presser up
Origin retrieval can be performed every time after end of sewing
(other than combination sewing)
0 : Without origin retrieval
1 : With origin retrieval
Origin retrieval in combination sewing can be set.
0 : Without origin retrieval
1 : Every time 1 pattern is finished.
2 : Every time 1 cycle is finished.
State of presser when sewing machine stops by temporary stop
command can be selected.
0 : Presser rise.
1 : Presser rise with presser switch.
Needle stop position is set.
0 : UP position
1 : Upper dead point
Thread trimming can be prohibited.
0 : Normal
1 : Thread trimming prohibited
Route of return to origin by return to origin button can be
selected.
0 : Linear return
1 : Reverse return of pattern
2 : Origin retrieval / Sewing start point
– 100 –
Item
No.
Setting range
Edit unit
800 to 2000
100rpm
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0 to 20
1
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Number of invalid stitches at the start
of sewing of thread breakage detection
0 to 15 stitches
1 stitch
Number of invalid stitches during sewing
of thread breakage detection
0 to 15 stitches
1 stitch
Bobbin winding speed can be set.
Motion method of wiper can be selected.
0 : Invalid
1 : Magnet type wiper
Unit of sewing shape size change can be selected.
Function for IP-400 only
0 : %input
1 : Actual size input
Thread tension output time
when setting thread tension can be set.
Bend position of thread clamp is selected.
0 : 0 : S type
1 : H type thin thread (#50 to #8)
2 : H type intermediate
3 : H type thick thread (#5 to #2)
Thread clamp and thread clamp position selection
0 : Standard (Front position)
1 : Rear position
Thread breakage detection selection
0 : Thread breakage detection invalid
1 : Thread breakage detection valid
– 101 –
No.
Item
Feeding frame control : pedal open/close
(At the time of control by motor)
0 : 1-step
1 : 2-step stroke (Lowering again with presser switch)
2 : 2-step stroke (Starting re-lowering with start switch)
3 : 3-step stroke (Intermediate / re-lowering / lifting with
presser switch 1)
4 to 99 : 1-step
(At the time of control by air)
0 : Solid presser
1 : Right/left separated presser (Without priority of right/left)
2 : Right/left separated presser (In the order of right to left)
3 : Right/left separated presser (In the order of left to right)
4 : Solid stroke
5 : Right/left separated left stroke (Without priority of right/left)
6 : Right/left separated left stroke (In the order of right to left)
7 : Right/left separated left stroke (In the order of left to right)
8 to 99 : Solid presser
Setting range
Edit unit
0 to 99
1
Feeding frame control
: midway stop time open/close
(At the time of control by motor)
0 : 1-step
1 : 2-step stroke (Lowering again with presser switch)
2 : 2-step stroke (Starting re-lowering with start switch)
3 : 3-step stroke (Intermediate / re-lowering / lifting with
presser switch 1)
4 to 99 : 1-step
(At the time of control by air)
0 : Solid presser
1 : Right/left separated presser (Without priority of right/left)
2 : Right/left separated presser (In the order of right to left)
3 : Right/left separated presser (In the order of left to right)
4 : Solid stroke
5 : Right/left separated left stroke (Without priority of right/left)
6 : Right/left separated left stroke (In the order of right to left)
7 : Right/left separated left stroke (In the order of left to right)
8 to 99 : Solid presser
0 to 99
1
– 102 –
Item
No.
Pedal SW1 with/without latch
Setting range
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Edit unit
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0 : Without
1 : With
Pedal SW2 with/without latch
0 : Without
1 : With
Pedal SW3 with/without latch
0 : Without
1 : With
Pedal SW4 with/without latch
0 : Without
1 : With
Enlarging/reducing function mode
(CP-20 : increasing/decreasing of pitch only)
0 : Prohibited
1 : Increasing/decreasing number of stitches
(Pitch is fixed.)
2 : Increasing/decreasing pitch (Number of
stitches is fixed.)
Jog move function mode
0 : Prohibited
1 : Parallel move
2 : 2nd origin specified later
Retainer compensation motion : selection of motion
0 : Without motion
1 : With motion
– 103 –
Item
Setting range
Edit unit
Selection of needle upper dead point at the time of origin
retrieval/return to origin
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No.
0 : Without
1 : With
Temporary stop : thread trimming operation
0 : Automatic thread trimming
1 : Manual (Thread trimming by turning Stop
SW ON again)
Main motor X/Y feed synchronized control : speed/pitch
0 : 2700rpm/3. 0mm
1 : 2200rpm/3. 0mm
2 : 1800rpm/3. 0mm
3 : 1400rpm/3. 0mm
Intermediate presser with/without control
0 : Without (Lowering fixed)
1 : With (Lowering with sewing data at the time
of operation)
2 : With (Lowering even at the time of feed
forward/backward)
Intermediate presser lowering timing
0 : Immediately before start-up of machine head
1 : Synchronized with the last feeding frame
– 104 –
Item
No.
Intermediate presser : wiper sweeping position
Setting range
Edit unit
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0 to 7.0mm
0.1
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0 : Sweeping above intermediate presser
1 : Sweeping above intermediate presser
(position where intermediate presser lowers
most)
2 : Sweeping below intermediate presser
With/without air pressure detection
0 : Without
1 : With
Intermediate presser DOWN position setting
/ Refer to "!-4-7. Interm ediate presser
height".
With/without needle cooler control
0 : Without
1 : With
Grease-up error
Clearing of number of stitches of grease-up is
performed.
/ Refer to "#-1-12 Grease supplement to
the specified place".
Language selection
0 : Japanese
1 : English
2 : Chinese
– 105 –
4-2. Initial value list
No.
Item
SS/HS
1306
Initial value
SL/HL
SL/HS
1306
1510
Maximum sewing speed
2700
Sewing speed of 1st stitch (In case of with thread clamp)
1500
Sewing speed of 2nd stitch (In case of with thread clamp)
2700
Sewing speed of 3rd stitch (In case of with thread clamp)
2700
Sewing speed of 4th stitch (In case of with thread clamp)
2700
Sewing speed of 5th stitch (In case of with thread clamp)
2700
Thread tension of 1st stitch (In case of with thread clamp)
200
Thread tension setting at the time of thread trimming
0
Thread tension changeover timing at the time of thread
trimming
0
Sewing speed of 1st stitch (In case of without thread clamp)
200
Sewing speed of 2nd stitch (In case of without thread clamp)
600
Sewing speed of 3rd stitch (In case of without thread clamp)
1000
Sewing speed of 4th stitch (In case of without thread clamp)
1500
Sewing speed of 5th stitch (In case of without thread clamp)
2000
Thread tension of 1st stitch (In case of without thread clamp)
0
Thread tension changeover timing at the time of sewing
start (In case of without thread clamp)
–5
Operation panel key lock mode (CP-20 only)
0
Counter motion selection (CP-20 only)
0
Height of eight of presser at the time of 2 step scrolling
70
Buzzer sound can be prohibited.
2
Number of stitches of thread clamp release is set.
2
Clamping timing of thread clamp can be delayed.
0
Thread clamp control can be prohibited.
0
Feed motion timing is selected.
3
State of the presser after end of sewing is selected.
0
Presser lifting motion at the end of sewing can be set.
0
Origin retrieval can be performed every time after end of
sewing
(other than combination sewing).
0
Origin retrieval in combination sewing can be set.
0
State of presser when sewing machine stops by temporary
stop command can be selected.
0
Needle stop position is set.
0
– 106 –
SL/HL
2206
No.
Item
SS/HS
1306
Initial value
SL/HL
SL/HS
1306
1510
Thread trimming can be prohibited.
0
Route of return to origin by return to origin button can be
selected.
0
Bobbin winding speed can be set.
SL/HL
2206
1600
Motion method of wiper can be selected.
1
Unit of sewing shape size change can beselected.
Function for IP-400 only
Thread tension output time when setting thread tension
can be set.
0
0
Bend position of thread clamp is selected.
S type : 0 / H type : 1
Thread clamp and thread clamp position selection
0
Thread breakage detection selection
1
Number of invalid stitches at the start of sewing of thread
breakage detection
Number of invalid stitches during sewing of thread
breakage detection
8
3
Feeding frame control : pedal open/close
0
1
0
Feeding frame control : midway stop time open/close
0
1
0
Pedal SW1 with/without latch
1
Pedal SW2 with/without latch
1
Pedal SW3 with/without latch
1
Pedal SW4 with/without latch
1
Enlarging/reducing function mode
(CP-20 : increasing/decreasing of pitch only)
1
Jog move function mode
2
Retainer compensation motion : selection of motion
0
Selection of needle upper dead point at the time
of origin retrieval/return to origin
0
Temporary stop : thread trimming operation
1
Main motor X/Y feed synchronized control : speed/pitch
0
Intermediate presser with/without control
1
Intermediate presser lowering timing
0
Intermediate presser : wiper sweeping position
0
With/without air pressure detection
0
Intermediate presser DOWN position setting
1
3.5
With/without needle cooler control
1
Grease-up error
-
Language selection
1
– 107 –
5. ERROR CODE LIST
Error code
Description of error
How to recover Place of recovery
E007
Machine lock
Main shaft of the sewing machine fails to rotate due
to some trouble.
Tu r n O F F
the power
E008
Head connector abnormality
Memory of machine head cannot be read.
Tu r n O F F
the power
E010
Pattern No. error
Pattern No. which is backed up is not registered
to data ROM, or setting of reading inoperative is
performed.
Possible
to re-enter
after reset.
Previous
screen
E011
External media not inserted
External media is not inserted.
Possible
to re-enter
Previous
screen
after reset.
E012
Read error
Data read from external media cannot be performed.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E013
Write error
Data write from external media cannot be performed.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E014
Write protect
External media is in the write prohibition state.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E015
Format error
Format cannot be performed.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E016
External media capacity over
Capacity of external media is short.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E017
EEP-ROM capacity over
Capacity of EEP-ROM is short.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
– 108 –
Description of error
Error code
How to recover Place of recovery
E018
Type of EEP-ROM is different.
When the mounted EEP-ROM is different in type.
E019
File size over
File is too large.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E022
File No. error
Designated file is not in server or smart media.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E024
Pattern data size over
Memory size is over.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Data input
screen
E027
Read error
Data read from server cannot be performed.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E028
Write error
Data write from server cannot be performed.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E029
Smart media slot release error
Lid of smart media slot is open.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E030
Needle bar upper position failure
Needle bar is out of needle UP position.
Turn hand
pulley
to bring
needle bar
to its UP
position.
Data input
screen
E031
Air pressure drop
Air pressure is dropped.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Data input
screen
E032
File interchanging error
File cannot be read.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Data input
screen
E040
Sewing area over
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Sewing
screen
– 109 –
Previous
screen
Error code
Description of error
How to recover Place of recovery
E043
Enlarging error
Sewing pitch exceeds Max. pitch.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Data input
screen
E045
Pattern data error
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Data input
screen
E050
Stop switch
When stop switch is pressed during machine running.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Step
screen
E052
Thread breakage detection error
When thread breakage is detected.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Step
screen
E061
Memory switch data error
Memory switch data is broken or revision is old.
Turn OFF
the power.
E063
Head discrimination error
Head discrimination and the kind of control box are
different.
Turn OFF
the power.
E220
Grease-up warning
At the time of operation of 10,000/10,000 stitches
→ Refer to "#-1-12 Grease supplement to the
specified place".
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Data input
screen
E221
Grease-up error
At the time of operation of 12,000/10,000 stitches
The sewing machine is put in the sewing-impossible
status. It is possible to clear with memoryswitch
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Data input
screen
.
→ Refer to "#-1-12 Grease supplement to the
specified place".
E302
Head tilt confirmation
When head tilt sensor is OFF.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
Previous
screen
E305
Cloth cutting knife position error
Cloth cutting knife is in the regular position.
Turn OFF
the
power.
Data input
screen
– 110 –
Error code
Description of error
How to recover Place of recovery
E306
Thread clamp position error
Thread clamp unit is not in the regular position.
Turn OFF
the power.
E307
External input command time out error
Input is not performed for a fixed period of time with
the external input command of vector data.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
E308
Time-out error of wait terminal
There is no input to wait terminal for a certain period
of time.
Turn OFF
the power.
E703
Panel is connected to the sewing machine which
is not supposed. (Machine type error)
When the machine type code of system is not proper
in the initial communication.
Possible
Communication
to rewrite
screen
program after
pressing down
communication
switch.
E704
Inconsistency of system version
System software version is inconsistent in the initial
communication.
Possible
Communication
to rewrite
program after screen
pressing down
communication
switch.
E730
Main shaft motor encoder defectiveness
When encoder of the sewing machine motor is
abnormal.
Turn OFF
the power.
E731
Main motor hole sensor is defective or position
sensor is defective.
Hole sensor or position sensor of the sewing machine
motor is defective.
Turn OFF
the power.
E733
Reverse rotation of main shaft motor
When sewing machine motor rotates in reverse
direction.
Turn OFF
the power.
E802
Power electrical discontinuity detection
Turn OFF
the power.
E811
Overvoltage
When input power is more than the specified value.
Turn OFF
the power.
E813
Low voltage
When input power is less than the specified value.
Turn OFF
the power.
– 111 –
Data input
screen
Error code
Description of error
How to recover Place of recovery
E901
Main shaft motor IPM abnormality
When IPM of servo control p.c.b. is abnormal.
Turn OFF
the power.
E903
Stepping motor power abnormality
When stepping motor power of SERVO CONTROL p.
c. b. fluctuates more than ± 15%.
Turn OFF
the power.
E904
Solenoid power abnormality
When solenoid power of SERVO CONTROL p. c. b.
fluctuates more than ± 15%.
Turn OFF
the power.
E905
Heat sink temperature for SERVO CONTROL p. c.
b. abnormality
Turn ON the power again after taking overheat time
of SERVO CONTROL p. c. b.
Turn OFF
the power.
E907
X feed motor origin retrieval error
When origin sensor signal is not inputted at the time
of origin retrieval motion.
Turn OFF
the power.
E908
Y feed motor origin retrieval error
When origin sensor signal is not inputted at the time
of origin retrieval motion.
Turn OFF
the power.
E910
Presser motor origin retrieval error
When origin sensor signal is not inputted at the time
of origin retrieval motion.
Turn OFF
the power.
Thread clamp origin retrieval error
When origin sensor signal is not inputted at the time
of origin retrieval motion.
Turn OFF
the power.
Feed defective error
Timing lag between feed and main shaft occurs.
Turn OFF
the power.
Communication abnormality between operation
panel and MAIN CPU
When abnormality occurs in data communication.
Turn OFF
the power.
Communication abnormality between MAIN CPU
and main shaft CPU
When abnormality occurs in data communication.
Turn OFF
the power.
E913
E914
E915
E916
– 112 –
Error code
Description of error
E917
Communication failure between operation panel
and personal computer
When abnormality occurs in data communication.
Possible
to re-start
after reset.
E918
MAIN p. c. b. overheat
Overheat of MAIN p. c. b.
Turn ON the power again after taking time.
Turn OFF
the power.
E925
Intermediate presser motor origin retrieval error
Origin sensor of intermediate presser motor does not
change at the time of origin retrieval.
Turn OFF
the power.
E943
Defective EEP-ROM of MAIN CONTROL p. c. b.
When data writing to EEP-ROM cannot be performed.
Turn OFF
the power.
E946
Defective EEP-ROM writing of HEAD RELAY p. c. b.
When data writing to EEP-ROM cannot be performed.
Turn OFF
the power.
E948
F-ROM abnormality
When erase or writing of program cannot be
performed at the time of downloading program.
Turn OFF
the power.
– 113 –
How to recover Place of recovery
#. MAINTENANCE OF SAWING MACHINE
1. MAINTENANCE
1-1. Adjusting the height of the needle bar (Changing the length of the needle)
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
2
3
4
1
5 : Marker line for DP x 5
6 6 : Market line for DP x 17
5
(with needle count higher than #22)
7
1
7 : Marker line for DP x 17
(with needle count lower than #22)
* Turn ON the power once, and turn OFF the power again after making the intermediate presser
in the lowered state.
1) Bring needle bar 1 down to the lowest position of its stroke. Loosen needle bar connection screw 2
and adjust so that the upper marker line 3 engraved on the needle bar aligns with the bottom end of
the needle bar bushing lower 4.
2) As illustrated in the above figure, change the adjusting position in accordance with the needle count.
After the adjustment, turn the pulley to check for an extra load.
1-2. Adjusting the needle-to-shuttle relation
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
* Turn ON the power once, and turn OFF the
power again after making the intermediate
presser in the lowered state.
Relation between the needle and the marker
lines on the needle bar
3
4
6
4:Marker line for DP x 5
needle
5:Marker line for DP x 17
needle (with needle
5
count higher than #22)
1 6 : Marker line for DP x
17 needle (with needle
count lower than #22)
3
3
2
When a
DP x 5 needle
is used.
2
When DP x 17
needle (of which
needle count is
lower than #22)
is used.
1) Turn handwheel by hand to ascend the needle
bar 1.
Adjust so that lower marker line 2 on the
ascending needle bar aligns with the bottom
end of the needle bar bushing lower.
3
2
When DP x 17
needle (of which
needle count is
higher than #22)
is used.
– 114 –
4
3
2) Loosen setscrew 1 in the driver. Drawing
bobbin case opening lever hook 2 toward you,
open it to the right and left until bobbin case
opening lever 3 comes off.
At this time, be careful not to let
shuttle 4 come off and fall.
1
2 3
2
4
3) Adjust so that the point of shuttle 4 meets the
center of needle 5, and that a clearance of 0
mm is provided between the front end face of
driver 6 and needle as the front end face of
driver receives needle to prevent the needle
from being bent. Then tighten setscrew 1.
5
6
0 mm
0.05 to 0.1 mm
0 mm
1
5
4
7.5 mm
7
8
4) Loosen shuttle race screw 7, and adjust the
longitudinal position of the shuttle race. To do
this adjustment, turn shuttle race adjusting
shaft 8 clockwise or counterclockwise to
provide a 0.05 to 0.1 mm clearance between
needle 5 and the blade point of shuttle 4.
5) After adjusting the longitudinal position of
shuttle race, further adjust to provide a 7.5 mm
clearance between the needle and the shuttle
race. Then, tighten screw 7 of shuttle race.
When making the needle size thicker, confirm the clearance between the needle
tip or the intermediate presser and the wiper. Wiper cannot be used unless the
clearance is secured. In this case, turn OFF the wiper switch, or change the set value
of memory switch U105.
– 115 –
1-3. Adjusting the height of the feeding frame
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
2
A
B
1
1) Loosen screws 2 located on the right and left
sides of feed bracket 1. Moving cloth presser
stopper 3 to the direction B will increase the
height of feeding frame.
2) After the adjustment of the height of the feeding
frame, securely tighten the screws 2.
3
1-4. Adjusting the vertical stroke of the intermediate presser
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
A
B
A
2
1
* Turn ON the power once, and turn OFF the
power again after making the intermediate
presser in the lowered state.
1) Remove face cover.
2) Turn handwheel to make the needle bar come
down to its lowest point.
3) Loosen hinge screw 1 and move it to the
direction A to increase the stroke.
4) When marker dot A is aligned with the right
side of the outer periphery of washer 2, the
vertical stroke of the intermediate presser
becomes 4 mm. And, when marker dot B is
aligned with the right side of the outer periphery
of the washer, it becomes 7 mm. (The vertical
stroke of the intermediate presser is factory-set
to 4 mm at the time of delivery.)
By removing the rubber plug in the face plate cover, adjustment can be performed
without removing the face plate cover.
– 116 –
1-5. The moving knife and counter knife
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
2
1.0 mm
5
4 Throat plate
3
18.5 mm
1) Loosen adjusting screw 1 so that a clearance
of 18.5 mm is provided between the front end
of the throat plate and the top end of thread
trimmer lever, small 3. To adjust, move the
moving knife in the direction of arrow.
2) Loosen setscrew 5 so that a clearance of 1.0
mm is provided between needle hole guide
2 and counter knife 4. To adjust, move the
counter knife.
1
1-6. Needle thread clamp device
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of
the sewing machine.
1) When thread is caught
at top end 1 of the
thread clamp, thread
clamp becomes
incomplete and sewing
trouble at the sewing
start will be caused.
Periodically remove
and clean the throat
plate since waste
thread or thread dust
is apt to gather in the
places with circle mark.
1
1
1-7. Thread breakage detector plate
2
1
1) Adjust so that thread breakage detector plate 1 is
always in contact with thread take-up spring 2 in the
absence of needle thread. (Slack : approx. 0.5 mm)
2) Whenever the stroke of thread take-up spring
2 has been changed, be sure to readjust
thread breakage detector plate 1. To make this
adjustment, loosen screw 3.
Adjust so that thread breakage
detector plate 1 does not touch
any adjacent metallic parts other
than thread take-up spring 2.
3
– 117 –
1-8. Draining waste oil
When polyethylene oiler 1 becomes filled with oil,
remove polyethylene oiler 1 and drain the oil.
1
1-9. Amount of oil supplied to the hook
1)
2)
4
3)
Loosen setscrew 1 and remove setscrew 1.
When screwing in adjustment screw 2 , the
amount of oil of oil pipe, left 4 can be reduced.
After the adjustment, screw in setscrew 1 and fix it.
1. The state of standard delivery is the
position where 3 is lightly screwed
in and returned by 4 turns.
2. When reducing the amount of
oil, do not screw in the screw
at once. Observe the state for
approximately half a day at the
position where 3 is screwed
in and returned by 2 turns. If
reducing is excessive, worn-out
of the hook will result.
3
2
1
1-10. Replacing the fuse
WARNING :
1. To avoid electrical shock hazards, turn OFF the power and open the control box cover after about
five minutes have passed.
2. Open the control box cover after turning OFF the power without fail. Then, replace with a new fuse
with the specified capacity.
The machine uses the following three fuses :
1 For pulse motor power supply protection
15A (time-lag fuse)
1
2 For solenoid and pulse motor power supply
protection
2
3.15A (time-lag fuse)
3
3 For control power supply protection
2A (fast-blow type fuse)
– 118 –
1-11. Changing the voltage of 100,/200V
WARNING :
To prevent personal injuries caused by electric shock hazards or abrupt start of the sewing
machine, carry out the work after turning OFF the power switch and a lapse of 5 minutes or more.
To prevent accidents caused by unaccustomed work or electric shock, request the electric expert
or engineer of our dealers when adjusting the electrical components.
It is adaptable to the voltage of single phase 100V to 120V/3-phase 200V to 240V by changing the voltage
changeover connector mounted on FLT p.c.b.
(Caution) When the changing procedure is wrong, the control box will be broken. So, be very careful.
Changing procedure of the changeover connector
1. Turn OFF the power source with the power switch
after confirming that the sewing machine has
stopped.
2. Draw out the power cord from the power plug
socket after confirming that the power switch is
turned OFF. Then wait for five minutes or more.
3. Remove the front cover.
4. Remove four screws fixing the rear cover of the
control box and slowly open the rear cover.
A. In case of using with 3-phase 200V to 240V
• Changing the changeover connector
Connect to 200V the 100/200V changeover
connector of FLT p.c.b. 1 located on the side
of the Box Side of the control box.
• Connect the crimp style terminal of AC input
cord to the power plug as shown in the figure.
1
A
B. In case of using with single phase 100V to 120V
• Changing the changeover connector
Connect to 100V the 100/200V changeover
connector of FLT p.c.b. 1 located on the side
of the Box Side of the control box.
• Connect the crimp style terminal of AC input
cord to the power plug as shown in the figure.
(Caution) Securely perform the insulation
treatment to the red terminal which is not used
with insulation tape or the like. (When the
insulation is insufficient, there is a danger of
electric shock or leakage current.)
(Plug side)
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
B
(Plug side)
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
WHITE
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
C
(Plug side)
WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
RED
GREEN/
YELLOW
C. In case of using with single phase 200V to 240V
• Changing the changeover connector
Connect to 200V the 100/200V changeover
connector of FLT p.c.b. 1 located on the side
of the Box Side of the control box.
• Connect the crimp style terminal of AC input
cord to the power plug as shown in the figure.
(Caution) Securely perform the insulation
treatment to the red terminal which is not used
with insulation tape or the like.
(When the insulation is insufficient, there is a
danger of electric shock or leakage current.)
5. Check that the change has been performed
without fail before closing the rear cover.
6. Be careful that the cord is not pinched between
the rear cover and the control box main unit.
Close the rear cover while pressing the lower
side of rear cover, and tighten four screws.
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1-12. Replenishing the designated places with grease
* Perform grease supplement when the errors below are displayed or once a year (either one
which is earlier). After performing grease supplement, call memory switch No. 245 and set the
value to "0" with the reset key.
When the sewing machine has been used for a certain number of times of sewing, error code No.
E220 is displayed on the operation panel at the time of turning ON the power. This display informs the
operator of the time of replenishing the designated places with grease. Be sure to replenish the places
with the grease below. Then call the memory switch No. 245 and set it to "0" with the RESET key.
Even after the display of the error No. E220, when the RESET key is pressed, the error is released, and
the sewing machine can be continuously used. Afterwards, however, the error No. E220 is displayed
every time the power is turned ON.
In addition, when the sewing machine is used further for a certain period of time after the display of
error No. E220, the error No. E221 is displayed and the sewing machine fails to operate since the error
cannot be released even when the RESET key is pressed.
When the error No. E221 is displayed, be sure to replenish the designated places below with grease.
Then start up the memory switch and set No. 245 to "0" with the RESET key.
1. After replenishing the places with grease, the error No. E220 or No. E221 is
displayed again unless the memory switch No. 245 is changed to "0".
2. Use grease tube (Part No. 40013640) supplied as accessories to replenish the
designated places below with grease.If grease other than the designated one is
replenished, damage of components will be caused.
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of the
sewing machine.
(1) Replenishing the eccentric cam section with grease
1)
1
Open the upside cover 1 and remove the
grease 2.
2)
2
Remove rubber cap 4 located on the side of
eccentric cam 3. Then replenish there with
grease.
3
4
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(2) Replenishing the oscillator pin section with grease
1)
2)
3)
2
1
4)
3
5)
4
5
Tilt the machine head and remove the grease
cover 1.
Fill joint 4 supplied as accessories with
grease from the grease tube.
Remove setscrew 3 in oscillator gear 2 and
screw in joint 4 into the screw hole.
Screw in screw 5 supplied as accessories to
the joint and replenish there with the grease.
Securely tighten setscrew 3 which has been
removed after replenishing with the grease.
4
(3) Grease supplement to the face plate section
1)
Open the face plate cover.
2)
Supplement grease to the felt section (3
places) and the hinge screws around them.
1)
Apply grease to X guide shaft 1 and the rear
of presser plate 2.
(4) Grease supplement to X guide shaft bearing
2
1
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1-13. Troubles and corrective measures (Sewing conditions)
Trouble
1. The needle
thread slips off at
the start of bartacking.
Cause
1 Stitches are slipped at the start.
2 The needle thread remaining on
the needle after thread trimming
is too short.
3 The bobbin thread is too short.
4 Needle thread tension at 1st
stitch is too high.
5 Thread clamp is unstable
(material is apt to be expanded,
thread is hard to slide, thread is
thick, etc.).
2. Thread often
breaks or
synthetic fiber
thread splits
finely.
3. The needle often
breaks.
4.Threads are not
trimmed.
(Bobbin thread only)
Corrective measures
Page
™ Adjust the clearance between the needle
and the shuttle to 0.05 to 0.1 mm.
114
™ Set soft-start sewing at the start of
bartacking.
98
™ Correct the thread tension release timing
of the thread tension controller No. 2.
™ Increase the tension of the thread takeup spring, or decrease the tension of the
thread tension controller No. 1.
™ Decrease the tension of the bobbin
thread.
™ Increase the clearance between the
needle hole guide and the counter knife.
™ Decrease the tension at 1st stitch.
6 Pitch at 1st stitch is too small.
™ Decrease the number of rotation at 1st
stitch at the sewing start. (Extent of 600
to 1,000 rpm)
™ Increase the number of stitches of
thread clamp to 3 to 4 stitches.
™ Make the pitch at 1st stitch longer.
1 The shuttle or the driver has
scratches.
™ Decrease the needle thread tension at
1st stitch.
™ Take it out and remove the scratches
using a fine whetstone or buff.
2 The needle hole guide has
scratches.
3 The needle strikes the work
clamp foot.
4 Fibrous dust is in the groove of
the shuttle race.
5 The needle thread tension is too
high.
6 The tension of the thread take-up
spring is too high.
7 The synthetic fiber thread melts
due to heat generated on the
needle.
8 When taking up thread, thread is
pierced with needle tip.
1 The needle is bent.
2 The needle hits the work clamp
foot.
The
needle is too thin for the
3
material.
4 The driver excessively bends the
needle.
1 The counter knife is dull.
2 The difference in level between
the needle hole guide and the
counter knife is not enough.
3 The moving knife has been
improperly positioned.
The
last stitch is skipped.
4
5 Bobbin thread tension is too low.
6 Flopping of cloth
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19
17
116
™ Buff or replace it.
™ Correct the position of the work clamp
foot.
™ Take out the shuttle and remove the
fibrous dust from the shuttle race.
™ Reduce the needle thread tension.
18
™ Reduce the tension.
19
™ Use silicone oil.
124
™ Lower the needle bar height from the
engraved marker line by a half of the line
to as much as the line.
™ Check the rough state of needle tip.
™ Use the ball-pointed needle.
™ Replace the bent needle.
15
™ Correct the position of the work clamp
foot.
™ Replace it with a thicker needle according
to the material.
™ Correctly position the needle and the
shuttle.
™ Replace the counter knife.
™ Increase the bend of the counter knife.
17
18
114
™ Correct the position of the moving knife.
116
™ Correct the timing between the needle
and the shuttle.
™ In crease the bobbin thread tension.
™ Lower the intermediate presser height of
the last stitch.
114
Trouble
5. Stitch skipping
often occurs.
6. The needle
thread comes
out on the wrong
side of the
material.
Cause
1 The motions of the needle
and shuttle are not properly
synchronized.
2 The clearance between the
needle and shuttle is too large.
3 The needle is bent.
4 The driver excessively bends the
needle.
1 The needle thread tension is not
high enough.
2 The tension release mechanism
fails to work properly.
3 The needle thread after thread
trimming is too long.
4 Number of stitches is too few.
5 When sewing length is short (End
of needle thread protrudes on the
wrong side of sewing product.)
6 Number of stitches is too few.
7. Thread end of
the 1st stitch
comes out on
the right side of
the material.
8. Threads break
at time of thread
trimming.
9. The thread
clamp is
entangled with
needle thread.
10. Uneven length
of the needle
thread
11. The length of
needle thread
does not
become short.
12. The knotting
section of
bobbin thread
at 2nd stitch at
the sewing start
appears on the
right side.
13. Wiper fails to
work. (Return is
defective.)
1 Stitch skipping at the 1st stitch
2 Needle used and thread used
are thick in terms of the inner
diameter of the intermediate
presser.
3 Intermediate presser is not
properly positioned in terms of
the needle.
1 The moving knife has been
improperly position.
Corrective measures
™ Correct the positions of the needle and
shuttle.
Page
114
™ Correct the positions of the needle and
shuttle.
™ Replace the bent needle.
™ Correctly position the driver.
114
™ Increase the needle thread tension.
17
™ Check whether or not the tension disc
No. 2 is released during bar-tracking.
™ Increase the tension of the thread
tension controller No. 1.
™ Correct the position of the moving knife.
™ Turn OFF the thread clamp.
™ Turn OFF the thread clamp.
15
114
17
™ Use the lower plate, the hole of which
is larger than the presser.
™ Adjust the hook timing faster by a 1/2
stitch.
™ Increase the inner diameter of
intermediate presser.
™ Adjust the eccentricity between
intermediate presser and needle so
that needle enters in the center of
intermediate presser.
™ Correct the position of the moving
knife.
116
1 The needle thread at the sewing
start is too long.
™ Tighten thread tension controller No. 1
and make the length of needle thread
40 to 50 mm.
21
1 The tension of thread take-up
spring is too low.
™ Increase the tension of the thread
take-up spring.
19
1 The tension of thread tension
controller No. 1 is too low.
2 The tension of thread take-up
spring is too high.
3 The tension of thread take-up
spring is too low and motion is
unstable.
1 Idling of bobbin is large.
2 The bobbin thread tension is too
low.
3 The needle thread tension at 1st
stitch is too high.
™ Increase the tension of thread tension
controller No. 1.
™ Decrease the tension of thread takeup spring.
™ Increase the tension of thread takeup spring and lengthen the stroke as
well.
™ A just the position of the moving knife.
™ Increase the bobbin thread tension.
17
1 Needle entry of the last needle is
the same as that of the sewing
start, and the resistance of
thread and cloth is large.
™ Shift the needle entry point of the last
needle.
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™ Decrease the needle thread tension at
1st stitch.
™ Turn OFF the thread clamp.
19
116
17
2. OPTIONAL
2-1. Table of Needle hole guide
No
Part No.
Size (mm)
Remarks
1
B242621000A
ø 1.6
Standard for S specification
2
B242621000B
ø 2.0
Standard for H specification
3
B242621000C
ø 1.6
Optional for knits
4
B242621000D
ø 2.4
Optional for heavy-weight materials
5
B242621000F
ø 3.0
Optional for heavy-weight materials
6
B242621000G
ø 3.0 (with a counterbore) Optional for extra heavy-weight materials
7
B242621000H
ø 3.0 (eccentric hole)
Optional for heavy-weight materials to prevent skip-stitching
2-2. Silicon oil tank
WARNING :
Turn OFF the power before starting the work so as to prevent accidents caused by abrupt start of the
sewing machine.
Fix silicon oil tank 1 (MAXAP30EX00) with the
magnet.
1
2
1. If the thread twists hard
on silicon oil tank base 2
(B2535210000), reverse the
direction of winding the thread.
2. For fixing the silicon oil tank
base, use two M4 screws.
(Part No. of commendable
screw : SM4040855SP)
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