Model
Revision 4.4
1344T29
& T29A
Updated
June 22, 2016
Technical Manual & Parts Lists
Atlanta Attachment Company
362 Industrial Park Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
770-963-7369 • www.atlatt.com
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ATLANTA ATTACHMENT COMPANY, INC.
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exist between you and Atlanta Attachment Company, your use of these materials serves as an
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copies of these materials.
IMPORTANT
It is important to read and understand the information contained within this
manual before attempting to operate the machine. Atlanta Attachment Co., Inc.
shall not be held liable for damage resulting from misuse of the information
presented within, and reserves the right to change the information contained
within, without prior notification.
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Contents
Important Safety Instruction ....................................................................................................................... 1
Liability ...................................................................................................................................................... 2
Safety Equipment on the Machines ............................................................................................................ 3
Protective Eyewear ..................................................................................................................................... 4
Important Notices........................................................................................................................................ 5
Maintenance ................................................................................................................................................ 7
Repair .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
A Word to the End User.............................................................................................................................. 9
Safety Precautions ....................................................................................................................................... 9
Parameter Settings 11344T29 Efka Motor ............................................................................................... 10
Parameters Settings 11344T29A Efka Motor ........................................................................................... 11
Assembly Drawings & Parts Lists ............................................................................................................ 12
11344T29A Main Assembly ..................................................................................................................... 15
11344T29 Panel Binder Walking Foot ..................................................................................................... 17
1344075 Generic Assembly, 1344T29’S .................................................................................................. 19
1335950 Undwinder Assembly................................................................................................................. 21
33008708 Ball Bearing Disc Assembly .................................................................................................... 22
1339-1500A Pneumatic Panel Assembly.................................................................................................. 23
1344027 Sewing Head Assembly ............................................................................................................. 24
1344029 Linear Guide Assembly ............................................................................................................. 25
4059-FP301D Foot Pedal Assembly......................................................................................................... 26
1344T29A-PD Pneumatic Diagram .......................................................................................................... 27
1344T29-WD Wiring Diagram ................................................................................................................. 28
1344T29A-WD Wiring Diagram .............................................................................................................. 29
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Important Safety Instruction
This part of the Instruction Material is provided for the safe use of your equipment.
It contains important information to help work safely with the unit and describes the
dangers inherent in machinery. Some of these dangers are obvious, while others are
less evident.
Mandatory Information
All persons operating and/or working on the 1344T29A&B Panel Binder should read and understand all
parts of the Safety Instructions. This applies, in particular, for persons who only operate and/or work on
the unit occasionally (e.g. for maintenance and repair). Persons who have difficulty reading must receive
particularly thorough instruction.
Scope of the Instruction Material
 The Instruction Material comprises:
 Safety information
 Operator Instructions
 Electrical and Pneumatic diagrams
And may also include;
 A list of recommended spare parts
 Instruction Manual(s) for components made by other manufacturers
 The layout and installation diagram containing information for installation
Intended Use
Our machines are designed and built in line with the state of the art and the accepted safety rules.
However, all machines may endanger the life and limb of their users and/or third parties and be damaged
or cause damage to other property, particularly if they are operated incorrectly or used for purposes
other than those specified in the Instruction Manual.
Exclusion of Misuse
Non-conforming uses include, for example, using the equipment for something
other than it was designed for, as well as operation without duly installed safety
equipment. The risk rests exclusively with the end user.
Conforming use of the machine includes compliance with the technical data,
information and regulations in all parts of the complete Instruction Material, as
well as compliance with the maintenance regulations. All local safety and
accident prevention regulations must also be observed.
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Liability
The machine should only be operated when in perfect working order, with due regard for safety and the
potential dangers, as well as in accordance with the Instruction Material. Faults and malfunctions
capable of impairing safety should be remedied immediately. We cannot accept any liability for personal
injury or property damage due to operator errors or non-compliance with the safety instructions
contained in this booklet. The risk rests exclusively with the end user.
The Instruction Material should always be kept near the machine so that it is accessible to all concerned.
The local, general, statutory and other binding regulations on accident prevention and environmental
protection must also be observed in addition to the Instruction Material. The operating staff must be
instructed accordingly. This obligation also includes the handling of dangerous substances and
provision/use of personal protective equipment.
The Instruction Material should be supplemented by instructions, including supervisory and notification
duties with due regard for special operational features, such as the organization of work, work
sequences, the personnel deployed, etc.
The personnel's awareness of the dangers and compliance with the safety regulations should be checked
at irregular intervals.
Choice and Qualification of Personnel
Ensure that work on the machine is only carried out by reliable persons who have been appropriately
trained for such work - either within the company, by our field staff or at our office - and who have not
only been duly appointed and authorized, but are also fully familiar with the local regulations. Work on
the machine should only be carried out by skilled personnel, under the management and supervision of a
duly qualified engineer.
This not only applies when the machine is used for production, but also for special work associated with
its operation (start-up and maintenance), especially when it concerns work on the hydraulic or electrical
systems, as well as on the software/serial bus system.
Training
Everyone working on or with the machine should be duly trained and informed with regard to correct
use of the safety equipment, the foreseeable dangers which may arise during operation of the machine
and the safety precautions to be taken. In addition, the personnel should be instructed to check all safety
mechanisms at regular intervals.
Responsibilities
Clearly define exactly who is responsible for operating, setting-up, servicing and repairing the machine.
Define the responsibilities of the machine operator and authorize him to refuse any instructions by third
parties if they run contrary to the machine's safety. This applies in particular for the operators of
machines linked to other equipment. Persons receiving training of any kind may only work on or with
the machine under the constant supervision of an experienced operator. Note the minimum age limits
permitted by law.
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A Word to the Operator
The greatest danger inherent in our machines:
is that of fingers, hands or loose clothing being drawn into a machine by live, coasting or rotating tools
or assemblies or of being cut by sharp tools or burned by hot elements.
ALWAYS BE CONSCIOUS OF THESE DANGERS!
Safety Equipment on the Machines
All machines are delivered with safety equipment, which shall not be removed or
bypassed during operation.
The correct functioning of safety equipment on machines and systems should be
checked every day and before every new shift starts, after maintenance and repair
work, when starting up for the first time and when restarting (e.g. after prolonged
shutdowns).
If safety equipment has to be dismantled for setting-up, maintenance or repair work, such safety
equipment shall be replaced and checked immediately upon completing the maintenance or repair work.
All protective mechanisms shall be fitted and fully operational whenever the machine is at a standstill or
if it has been shut down for a longer period of time.
Damage
If any changes capable of impairing safety are observed in the machine or its mode of operation, such as
malfunctions, faults or changes in the machine or tools, appropriate steps must be taken immediately, the
machine switched off and a proper lockout tagout procedure followed. The machine should be examined
for obvious damage and defects at least once per shift. Damage found shall be immediately remedied by
a duly authorized person before resuming operation of machine.
The machine should only be operated when in perfect working order and when all protective
mechanisms and safety equipment, such as detachable protective mechanisms, emergency STOP
systems, etc. are in place and operational.
Faults or Errors
The machine must be switched off and all moving or rotating parts allowed to come to a standstill and
secured against accidental restart before starting to remedy any faults or errors.
Signs on the Machine
Safety and danger signs on the machine should be observed and checked at regular intervals to ensure
that they are complete and undamaged. They should be clearly visible and legible at all times.
Clothing, Jewelry, Protective Equipment
Long loose hair, loose-fitting clothes, gloves and jewelry, including rings, should be avoided in order to
avoid injuries due to being caught, drawn in and wound up inside the machine.
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Protective Eyewear
Protective eyewear that has been tested by the local authorities should be worn
whenever there is a possibility of loose or flying objects or particles such as when
cleaning the machine with compressed air.
Tools
Always count the number of tools in your possession before starting work on the machine. This will
allow you to check that no tools have been left behind inside the machine. Never leave a tool in the
machine while working.
Oils, Lubricants, Chemicals
Note the applicable safety regulations for the product used.
No Smoking, Fire, Explosion Hazard
Smoking and open flame (e.g. welding work) should be prohibited in the production area due to the risk
of fire and explosions.
Workplace
A clear working area without any obstructions whatsoever is essential for safe operation of the machine.
The floor should be level and clean, without any waste.
The workplace should be well lit, either by the general lighting or by local lights.
Emergency STOP
The emergency STOP buttons bring all machine movements to a standstill. Make sure you know exactly
where they are located and how they work. Try them out. Always ensure easy access to the nearest
emergency STOP button while working on the machine.
First Aid
1. Keep calm even when injured.
2. Clear the operator from the danger zone. The decision of what to do and whether to seek
additional assistance rests entirely with you, particularly if someone has been trapped.
3. Give First Aid. Special courses are offered by such organizations as the employers' liability
insurance association. Your colleagues should be able to rely on you and vice versa.
4. Call an ambulance. Do you know the telephone numbers for the ambulance service, police and
fire service?
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Important Notices
Reporting and Fighting Fires
Read the instructions posted in the factory with regard to reporting fires and the emergency exits. Make
sure you know exactly where the fire extinguishers and sprinkler systems are located and how they are
operated. Pass on the corresponding information to the firemen when they arrive. Ensure there are
enough signs to avoid fire hazards.
The following fire extinguishers may be used:
- Dry powder extinguishers, ABC fire-extinguishing powder.
- Carbon dioxide fire extinguishers to DIN 14461 for electronic components. Great care must be
exercised when using carbon dioxide fire extinguishers in confined, badly ventilated rooms (see DIN
14406 and 14270).
Isolate the machine from the power supply if a fire breaks out. Do not use water on burning electrical
parts until it is absolutely certain that they have been completely disconnected from the power supply.
Burning oils, lubricants, plastics and coatings on the machine can give off gases and vapors that may be
harmful to your health.
A qualified person should be consulted to repair the damage after a fire.
Electrical Power Supply
Before undertaking any maintenance or repair work on the machine, switch off the
electrical power to the machine at the main source and secure it with a padlock so
that it cannot be switched on again without authorization.
In practice, this may mean that the technician, electrician and operator all attach
their own padlock to the master switch simultaneously so that they can carry out
their work safely. Locking extension plates should be available for multiple locks if
required. The primary purpose for a lockout/tagout procedure is to protect workers
from injury caused by unexpected energizing or start-up of equipment.
Energy sources (electrical/pneumatic/hydraulic, etc.) for the equipment shall be turned off or
disconnected and the switches locked or labeled with a warning tag. It is the responsibility of the
employer to establish control procedures. Follow lockout/tagout procedures before, setup and/or any
service or maintenance work is performed, including lubrication, cleaning or clearance of jams.
Caution: The machine is still not completely de-energized even when the master
switch is off.
- Electricity - The machine is always isolated from the electrical power supply whenever the master
switch has been switched off. However, this does not apply for the power supply in the control cabinet,
nor for equipment that does not draw its power via the master switch.
- Pneumatic / hydraulic energy - Almost all our machines carry compressed air. In addition to switching
off the master switch, the air supply must also be disconnected and the machine checked to ensure it is
depressurized before starting any work on the machine; otherwise the machine may execute
uncontrolled movements.
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- Kinetic energy - Note that some motors or spindles, for example, may continue to run or coast run on
after being switched off.
- Potential energy - Individual assemblies may need to be secured if necessary for repair work.
Delivery of the Machine/Packaging
Note any markings on the packaging, such as weights, lifting points and special information. Avoid
temperature fluctuations. Condensation may damage the machine.
Transport Damage
The packaging and machine must immediately be examined for signs of damage in transit. Such damage
must be reported to the shipper/transporter within the applicable time limits. Contact Atlanta Attachment
Company and/or your transport insurer immediately, if signs of damage are visible. Never operate a
damaged machine.
Interim Storage
If the machine has to be stored temporarily, it must be oiled or greased and stored in a dry place where it
is protected from the weather in order to avoid damage. A corrosion-inhibiting coating should be applied
if the machine has to be stored for a longer period of time and additional precautions taken to avoid
corrosion.
Transporting the Machine
Disconnect the machine from all external connections and secure any loose assemblies or parts. Never
step under a suspended load. When transporting the machine or assemblies in a crate, ensure that the
ropes or arms of a forklift truck are positioned as close to the edge of the crate as possible. The center of
gravity is not necessarily in the middle of the crate. Note the accident prevention regulations, safety
instructions and local regulations governing transport of the machine and its assemblies.
Only use suitable transport vehicles, hoisting gear and load suspension devices that are in perfect
working order and of adequate carrying capacity. Transport should only be entrusted to duly qualified
personnel.
Never allow the straps to rest against the machine enclosure and never push or pull sensitive parts of the
machine. Ensure that the load is always properly secured. Before or immediately after loading the
machine, secure it properly and affix corresponding warnings.
All transport guards and lifting devices must be removed before the machine is started up again. Any
parts that are to be removed for transport must be carefully refitted and secured before the machine is
started up again.
Workplace Environment
Our machines are designed for use in enclosed rooms: Permissible ambient temperature approx. 5 - 40
°C (40 - 104 °F). Malfunctions of the control systems and uncontrolled machine movements may occur
at temperatures outside this range.
Protect against climatic influences, such as electrostatic charges, lightning strikes, hail, storm damage,
high humidity, salinity of the air in coastal regions.
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Protect against influences from the surroundings: no structure-borne vibrations, no grinding dust, or
chemical vapors.
Protect against unauthorized access.
Ensure that the machine and accessories are set up in a stable position.
Ensure easy access for operation and maintenance (Instruction Manual and layout diagram); also verify
that the floor is strong enough to carry the weight of the machine.
Local Regulations
Particular attention must be paid to local and statutory regulations, etc. when installing machines and the
plant (e.g. with regard to the specified escape routes). Note the safety zones in relation to adjacent
machines.
Maintenance
General Safety Instructions
The machine shall be switched off, come to a standstill and be secured so that it cannot be switched on
again inadvertently before starting any maintenance work whatsoever. Use proper lockout/tagout
procedures to secure the machine against inadvertent startup.
Remove any oil, grease, dirt and waste from the machine, particularly from the connections and screws,
when starting the maintenance and/or repair work. Do not use any corrosive-cleaning agents. Use lintfree rags.
Retighten all screw connections that have to be loosened for the maintenance and repair work. Any
safety mechanisms that have to be dismantled for setting-up, maintenance or repair purposes must be
refitted and checked immediately after completing the work.
Maintenance, Care, Adjustment
The activities and intervals specified in the Instruction Manual for carrying out adjustments,
maintenance and inspections must be observed and parts replaced as specified.
All hydraulic and pneumatic lines should be examined for leaks, loose connections, rubbing and damage
whenever the machine is serviced. Any defects found must be remedied immediately.
Waste, Disassembly, Disposal
Waste products should be cleared from the machine as soon as possible as not to create a fire hazard.
Ensure that fuels and operating lubricants, as well as replacement parts are disposed of in a safe and
ecologically acceptable manner. Note the local regulations on pollution control.
When scrapping (disassembling) the machine and its assemblies, ensure that these materials are disposed
of safely. Either commission a specialist company familiar with the local regulations or note the local
regulations when disposing of these materials yourself. Materials should be sorted properly.
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Repair
Replacement Parts
We cannot accept any liability whatsoever for damage due to the use of parts made by other
manufacturers or due to unqualified repair or modification of the machine.
Repair, Electrical
The power supply must be switched off (master switch off) and secured so that it cannot be switched on
again inadvertently before starting any work on live parts.
Those parts of the machine and plant on which inspection, maintenance or repair work is to be carried
out must be isolated from the power supply, if specified. The isolated parts must first be checked to
determine that they are truly de-energized before being grounded and short-circuited. Adjacent live parts
must also be isolated.
The protective measures implemented (e.g. grounding resistance) must be tested before restarting the
machine after all assembly or repair work on electric parts.
Signal generators (limit switches) and other electrical parts on the safety mechanisms must not be
removed or bypassed. Only use original fuses or circuit overloads with the specified current rating. The
machine must be switched off immediately if a fault develops in the electrical power supply.
The electrical equipment of our machines must be checked at regular intervals and any defects found
must be remedied immediately.
If it is necessary to carry out work on live parts, a second person should be on hand to operate the
emergency OFF switch or master switch with voltage release in the event of an emergency. The working
area should be cordoned off and marked by a warning sign. Only use electrically insulated tools.
Ventilation/Hazardous Gases
It is the end users responsibility to ensure adequate ventilation is provided to exhaust any and all
noxious or hazardous gases that may be present in the working environment.
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Work on hydraulic or pneumatic equipment shall only be carried out by persons with training,
knowledge and experience of hydraulic systems. Pressure lines shall be depressurized before starting
any repair work.
General Liability
Liability for machine damage and personal injury is extinguished completely if any unauthorized
conversions or modifications are undertaken. The machine must not be modified, enlarged or converted
in any way capable of affecting safety without the manufacturer's prior approval.
Starting Machine Movements
Read the Instruction Manual carefully to establish which keys and functions start machine movements.
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A Word to the End User
The end user has sole responsibility to enforce the use of safety procedures and guards on the machine.
Any other safety devices or procedures due to local regulations should be should be retrofitted in
accordance to these regulations and/or the EC Directive on the safety of machines.
Operator’s position must always be readily accessible. Escape routes must always be kept clear and
safety areas should be identified.
Safety Precautions
Safety should be a constant concern for everyone. Always be careful when working with this equipment.
While normal safety precautions were taken in the design and manufacture of this equipment, there are
some potential safety hazards.
Everyone involved with the operation and maintenance of this equipment should read and follow
the instructions in this manual.
Operate the equipment only as stated in this manual. Incorrect use could cause damage to the
equipment or personal injury.
It is the owner’s responsibility to make certain that the operator reads and understands this
manual before operating this equipment. It is also the owner’s responsibility to make certain that
the operator is a qualified and physically able individual, properly trained in the operation of this
equipment.
Specific safety warning decals are located on the equipment near the immediate areas of potential
hazards. These decals should not be removed or obliterated. Replace them if they become non-readable.
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ALWAYS keep safety shields and covers in place, except for servicing.
ALWAYS operate equipment in daylight or with adequate working lights.
Follow daily and weekly checklists, making sure hoses are tightly secured and bolts are
tightened.
ALWAYS watch and avoid holes or deep depressions.
ALWAYS wear adequate eye protection when servicing the hydraulic system and battery.
NEVER operate a poorly maintained machine.
NEVER allow persons to operate this machine without proper instruction.
NEVER put hands or feet under any part of the machine while it is running.
NEVER attempt to make any adjustments or repairs to the machine while running. Repairs or
maintenance should be performed by trained personnel only.
NEVER work under the machine unless it is safely supported with stands, blocks or a hoist and
blocks.
NEVER touch hot parts of machine.
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Parameter Settings 11344T29 Efka Motor
PARAMETER
RANGE
Do this first
290
026
111
153
161
240
270
271
*****
0-26
0
0
2500
10
1
7
1
180
200-9900 rpm
0-50
0-1
0-66
0-5
0-255
272
436
401
11344T29
150-1000
x
0
900
0
0-1
PARAMETER DESCRIPTION
Perform a master reset before programming, see below
Mode of operation. MUST SET THIS PARAMETER FIRST!
Treadle Pedal Config.
Maximum speed when "129" is 0, 1, or 2.
Braking power at standstill
Motor rotation, 1=CCW
Machine blocked
External handwheel sensor configuration. (Position 2)
Ref angle for Position 1 (Trim) from Position 2
Drive ratio between motor pulley and handwheel pulley. If handwheel pulley is
smaller than motor pulley, increase this value to slow down sewing head until
measured speed matches speed set with parameter 111. (For Yamato and
Pegasus, setting should be 100; for Rimoldi, setting should be 124)
Use code "5913". This disables an input that was causing box to reset itself.
Change from 0 to 1 to save parameters
Front panel LED's:
LED 1:
LED 2:
LED 3:
LED 4:
LED 5:
LED 6:
LED 7:
LED 8:
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off.
ON, Stop at needle down.
OFF
Programming Instructions:
1. Power on holding down the "P" button till "codE" is displayed.
2. Press ">>" once and enter the number "5913"
3. Press "E" once and "2.0.0." is displayed this is a parameter
4. Press ">>" to proceed to the parameter to be changed and press "E".
5. The value now shows in the screen, adjust to desired value.
6. Press "E" to enter value and continue with parameter setting.
7. Repeat for other parameters, press "P" once when complete.
8. Run sewing head to save parameters before powering down
To Perform Master Reset of Parameters:
1. Power on holding down the "P" button till "codE" is displayed.
2. Press ">>" once and enter the number "5913"
3. Press "E" twice and "093" is displayed.
4. Press "+" once, "094" is displayed.
5. Press "P" to exit programming mode with all default values.
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Parameters Settings 11344T29A Efka Motor
PARAMETER
RANGE
Do this first
290
026
111
117
137
153
161
204
219
240
242
270
271
*****
0-26
272
200-9900 rpm
400-9900
0-1
0-50
0-1
1-100
1-55
0-66
0-66
0-5
0-255
150-1000
11344T29A
AB321
05
0
2500
2500
1
35
1
100
35
14
7
1
246
0870
340
50
436
0
401
0-1
PARAMETER DESCRIPTION
Perform a master reset before programming, see below
Mode of operation. MUST SET THIS PARAMETER FIRST!
treadle set-up for FP301
Maximum speed when "129" is 0, 1, or 2. (SET 117 THE SAME)
High lift speed (WHILE BINDER IS SHIFTED) SET SAME AS 111
High lift on (USED TO SHIFT BINDER)
Braking power at standstill
Motor rotation, 1=CCW
Foot lift sol power 100%
Braking power at stop
High lift input
Machine blocked
External handwheel sensor configuration. (Position 2)
Ref angle for Position 1 (Trim) from Position 2
Drive ratio between motor pulley and handwheel pulley. If handwheel pulley is
smaller than motor pulley, increase this value to slow down sewing head until
measured speed matches speed set with parameter 111. (For Yamato and
Pegasus, setting should be 100; for Rimoldi, setting should be 124)
in1 Threshold (use 5913 access code)
Must use code "5913". This disables an input that was causing box to reset
itself.
Change from 0 to 1 to save settings
Front panel LED's:
LED 1:
LED 2:
LED 3:
LED 4:
LED 5:
LED 6:
LED 7:
LED 8:
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off.
ON, Stop at needle down.
OFF
Programming Instructions:
1. Power on holding down the "P" button till "codE" is displayed.
2. Press ">>" once and enter the number "5913"
3. Press "E" once and "2.0.0." is displayed this is a parameter
4. Press ">>" to proceed to the parameter to be changed and press "E".
5. The value now shows in the screen, adjust to desired value.
6. Press "E" to enter value and continue with parameter setting.
7. Repeat for other parameters, press "P" once when complete.
8. Run sewing head to save parameters before powering down
To Perform Master Reset of Parameters:
1. Power on holding down the "P" button till "codE" is displayed.
2. Press ">>" once and enter the number "5913"
3. Press "E" twice and "093" is displayed.
4. Press "+" once, "094" is displayed.
5. Press "P" to exit programming mode with all default values.
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Assembly Drawings & Parts Lists
The materials contained herein are confidential and proprietary information of Atlanta Attachment
Company. In addition to any confidentiality and non-disclosure obligations that currently exist between
you and Atlanta Attachment Company, your use of these materials serves as an acknowledgment of the
confidential and proprietary nature of these materials and your duty not to make any unauthorized use or
disclosure of these materials.
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11344T29A Main Assembly
AAC Drawing Number 9001330 Rev 12
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
QTY
1
1
1
1
AR
AR
1
1
1
10
PART#
0211-701FA
1278-6718A
1335950
1339-1500A
1344T29A-PD
1344T29A-WD
1344068
1344075
FFOTBVN6
SN62X59
DESCRIPTION
CABLE, I/O, EFKA, 6 FT
BRKT,OPTO TOUCH SWITCH
UNWINDER ASSY, UNDER TBL
PNEUMATIC PANEL ASSY
DIAGRAM, PNEUMATIC
DIAGRAM, WIRING
SHIFTING BINDER MOUNT
GENERIC ASSY, 1344T29'S
SWITCH,OPTO-TOUCH
NEEDLE,SIZE 24/180
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11344T29 Panel Binder Walking Foot
AAC Drawing Number 9001152 Rev 8
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
QTY
AR
AR
AR
1
AR
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
6
5
PART #
221-TC092024
1344T29-PD
1344T29-WD
1345-004
4059-DC1PAR
1335950
1338115
1344075
AA198-5/32
AAE45A24DM
AP-28-612SA
F221-T004
F221-T008
RRBEEHIVEM
SSAS016025
SSBC98024
SSSC95024
SSSCM5X14
WWF10
WWFS10
WWL10
DESCRIPTION
BINDER BLOCK,1-7/16-3/8
DIAGRAM,PNEUMATIC
DIAGRAM, WIRING
BLOCK, STOP FOR BINDER
PARAMETER LIST
UNWINDER ASSY, UNDER TBL
BRKT, TENSION FOLDER
GENERIC ASSY, 1344T29'S
REGULATOR,AIR
VALVE,AIR,SOLENOID
CABLE,FL, 24V PWR, IN1
SWING OUT MNT,W/ TENSION
TENSIONER BOX ASSY,2" MAX
SPRING,MEDIUM BEEHIVE
1/4X38X10-32, SHOULDER SC
10-32 X 3/8 BUTTON CAP SC
#10-24 X3/8, SOC CAP
SCREW,SOC CAP,M5-0.8 X 14
WASHER, FLAT, #10, COM
WASHER, FLAT, #10, SAE
WASHER,LOCK,#10
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Technical Manual & Parts Lists
1344075 Generic Assembly, 1344T29’S
AAC Drawing Number 1344075 Rev 0
NO
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
PART #
0211-702A
11271-100
1278-6689B
1344008
1344012
1344013
1344014
1344015
1344021
1344027
1344037
1344038
1344039
1344T29-PD
1344T29-WD
1959-112
1975-412A
26151
4048-300U
4059061
4059-DC04
4059-DC50
4059-FP301D
781-7-1224
AAC6DP-3
AAFCT-11
AAQME-5-8
EEFE-RR2
FF19509
FFD2425F
FFHBL4579C
FFRK44T-4
FFSM312LVQ
K-4D
K-233
K-234
K-235
K-3607T511
K-CB600
MMS064
SSPS70048
SSZH#10064
TTH32415
WWFS10
ZX3843
DESCRIPTION
CABLE,POS. SENSOR,6'
UNDERTABLE MOUNT FOOT LIF
BRACKET, EYE MOUNT
GUIDE, LEFT
MOUNT, GUIDE,LEFT
ROD, SS .75 X 20
MOUNT, GUIDE,RIGHT
PLATE, EDGE GUIDE
EDGE GUIDE, RIGHT
SEWING HEAD ASSEMBLY
PIPE,PVC,3/4",SCH40
PIPE,PVC,3/4",SCH40
PIPE,PVC,3/4",SCH40
DIAGRAM,PNEUMATIC
DIAGRAM, WIRING
2 POS THREAD PLATE ASSY
PLATE,NUT,4-40,.95CTC
TOOL TRAY, 1X3.5X9
TABLE TOP,48X24,300U
COVER,FOOT PEDAL,UPPER
MOUNT,UNIVERSAL,EFKA BOX
MOTOR,L/S,HIGH TORQ
FOOT PEDAL ASSY,EFKA
12" MAT. HLDR,CL,NON-ROT.
CYLINDER,AIR,DA
CLEVIS, CYL, 5/16-24 ,1/4
QUICK MALE ELBOW
TAPE,REFLECTIVE,1" WIDE
CABLE,3 COND,18 AWG,SJTOW
RELAY,SSR,24VAC,25A
RECEPTICAL,2 POLE,3W,15A
CABLE,EYE,12',NO END
EYE,ELECTRIC,10-30VDC
HD T LEG ADJ STAND
BOX,ELECTRICAL,SQUARE
COVER,4IN SQUARE
CONNECTOR,ROMEX,1/2"
SASH CHAIN
MOTOR STARTER,ELEC
HOOK, S, 1"
4-40 X 3/4 PAN HD SLOTTED
SCREW,SHT.METAL HEX 10
HANDLE,THDED,1/4-20X7/8
WASHER, FLAT, #10, SAE
V-BELT,3/8 X 43
19
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20
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1335950 Undwinder Assembly
AAC Drawing Number 1335950 Rev 2
NO. QTY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
5
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
2
PART#
DESCRIPTION
97-1711B
97-1711E
211-057
784B-2424
1325-346
1325-346A
1335-837A
1335M-2046
1335M-4007
1347-001
1961-311D
1961-365
3517
8732-0576
23218DM
28201
132556-273
265155A
1335112
1335115
1335116
1335117
1335139
1335189
1335497
1335498
1335854
1335858
1335859
1335860
1335862
1335864
33008708
AAC8DP-3
AAF1/8
AAFBP-8C
AAQME-5-10
BBAW-3Z
BBNTA613
BBS8701-88
BBTRA613
CCCL8F
FFQM42VN6A
TUBE, 3/4 OD X 18.0L
TUBE, 3/4 OD X 24.0L
PULLEY, 3/8P, 12T,1/2B
FLANGE, 23.50 SQUARE
HOLDER,ROD,1/2 D,SLOT
HOLDER, ROD, 3/4", SLOT
ROD,1/2 DIA, 180 DEG
PLATE,NUT,8-32@.43 CTC
COVER, BELT
EDGE GUIDE,SPLIT,(2 PCS)
ROD,STRA,CRS,1/2X27.0L
YOKE, BEARING
WASHER,THRUST,BRONZE
ROD, STRAIGHT, SS, 1/2 X
MOTOR ASSY,GEAR
BLOCK,CROSS,(LARGE)
LEG, 3/4 X 1-1/2 X 15 LG
HOLDER, EYE, 1/2 BORE
MOUNT,MOTOR
MOUNT, PINCH ROLLER
DRIVE ROD, ROLLER
SHAFT, DRIVE ROLLER
ROD,SS,3/4 X 28.0L
LINK, IDLER ROLLER
ROLLER, FLUTTED, IDLER,
DRIVE ROLLER, FLUTTED
UNWINDER FRAME, UNDER
HUB, UNWIND STAND
HOLDER, ROD, 3/4",SIDE MT
FRAME,BASE SUPPORT
HOLDER, MIRROR
BRACKET, CYLINDER
DISC ASSY,8"
CYLINDER,AIR,DA
1/8" PLASTIC CLAMP
BRKT,PIVOT,5/32 BORE
ELBOW, MALE,5/32X10-32
BRG,ROD END,F, 10-32
BEARING,THRUST,375BORE
BEARING,BALL,.50IDX1.75OD
WASHER,THRUST,STL, .375B
CLAMP COLLAR- 1/2
EYE,ELECTRIC,10-30VDC
NO. QTY
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
1
2
1
5
2
5
5
3
1
4
1
1
4
2
2
5
4
5
4
1
1
1
4
1
6
1
2
5
3
1
2
3
1
2
4
32
1
1
9
19
1
2
8
PART#
DESCRIPTION
GG157L050
MM132-1496
MM9208T38
MMFB4444
NNE3/8-16
NNH1/2-13
NNH1/4-20
NNH5/16-18
NNJ10-32
NNK1/4-20
PP12LF050-3/4
SSAS020128
SSFC80024
SSHC01048
SSHC01064
SSHC01080
SSHC01096
SSHC01112
SSHC01160
SSHC10096
SSHC25112
SSHC25256
SSPS70048
SSSC01048
SSSC01064
SSSC01096
SSSC90024
SSSC98024
SSSC98040
SSSC98048
SSW#10
SSZS93032
TTH32415
WWF3/8
WWF4
WWFS1/4
WWFS3/8
WWFS5/16
WWFS10
WWL1/4
WWL5/16
WWL8
WWL10
BELT,GEAR,3/8P,1/2W
PLUG 1 X 2
MIRROR, 7.5 X 10.5
FOOT, RUBBER
NUT, ELASTIC 3/8-16
1/2-13 HEX NUT
1/4-20 HEX NUT
5/16-18 HEX NUT
NUT,JAM,THIN #10-32
KEP NUT, 1/4-20
PULLEY,GEAR,3/8P,.50B,12T
5/16 X 2 1/4-20 SHLD, BOLT
#6-32 X 3/8 FLAT ALLEN
1/4-20 X 3/4 HEX HEAD
1/4-20 X 1 HEX HEAD
1/4-20 X 1-1/4 HEX HEAD
1/4-20 X 1-1/2 HEX HEAD
1/4-20 X 1-3/4 HEX HEAD
1/4-20 X 2-1/2 HEX HEAD
5/16-18 X 1-1/2 HEX HEAD
3/8-16 X 1-3/4 HEX HEAD
3/8-16 X 4 HEX CAP
#4-40 X 3/4 PAN HD SLOT
1/4-20 X 3/4 SOC CAP
1/4-20 X 1 SOC CAP
1/4-20 X 1-1/2 SOC CAP
#8-32 X 3/8 SOC CAP
#10-32 X 3/8 SOC CAP
#10-32 X 5/8 SOC CAP
#10-32 X 3/4 SOC CAP
WING SCREW KNOB
SCREW, SHT.METAL 10 ZIP
HANDLE,THDED,1/4-20X7/8
WASHER,FLAT,3/8
WASHER, FLAT #4
WASHER FLAT, 1/4
WASHER, FLAT, 3/8
WASHER, FLAT, 5/16
WASHER, FLAT #10
1/4 LW
5/16 LW
#8 LW
#10 LW
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33008708 Ball Bearing Disc Assembly
AAC Drawing Number 9000904 Rev 4
NO.
QTY
PART#
1
1
33008604
2
1
33008602
3
1
SEE CHART
4
1
33008601
5
1
BB23216-88
6
1
RRLC026B1
7
1
JJ012
8
1
SSSP01016
9
1
SSSC01064
10
2
SSFS80016
3
3
3
18
22
BALL BEARING
1
BALL BEARING
1
BALL BEARING
1
BALL BEARING
1
DISC ASSEMBLY
33008632
DISC ASSEMBLY
33008624
DISC ASSEMBLY
33008616
DISC ASSEMBLY
SSW#1/4
DESCRIPTION
CONE, SPOOL
HUB, FLANGE 3/4 BORE
SEE CHART
HUB, CENTER, 3/4 SHAFT
BEARING,BALL,1.0B
SPRING,COMP .026X.18X.25
3/16" STAINLESS BALL
1/4-20 X 1/4 NYLOCK
1/4-20 X 1 SOC CAP
6-32 X 1/4, FLAT SLOT
33008732
DISC 32" DIA
33008724
DISC 24" DIA
33008716
DISC 16" DIA
33008708
WING SCREW KNOB
Technical Manual & Parts Lists
1339-1500A Pneumatic Panel Assembly
AAC Drawing Number 192058A Rev 3
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
QTY
1
1
2
2
2
4
4
3
1
2
4
4
2
PART #
1338-024
AA198-5102
AAEVQZ2121
AAQME-4-8
WWL10
AAQPR-5-4
FF264-311
FF264-341
FF264-371
SSSC98032
SSSC70024
WWF4
WWFS10
DESCRIPTION
Panel
Regulator
Valve
Quick Male Elbow
Lock Washer
Reducer
Single Wago
Dual Wago
End Cap, Wago
Screw, Socket Cap
Screw, Socket Cap
Flat Washer
Flat Washer
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Technical Manual & Parts Lists
1344027 Sewing Head Assembly
AAC Drawing Number 1344027 Rev 6
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
24
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
PART#
160071
1344036
267701-451M
311-128
311-129
32827M
415026-451M
415028M
415036-451M
SSIN-300U194A
DESCRIPTION
COVER,END,MODIFIED
GAURD, FINGER, SINGER
BACK COVER,MOD
HUB, HANDWHEEL, TAPE MOUN
SLEEVE TAPE MOUNT ADJUST
FEED PLATE, MODIFIED
LEFT CLOTH PLATE
FRONT CLOTH PLATE
CLOTH PLATE, RIGHT
SEWING HEAD,SN,WF,FB,CS
Technical Manual & Parts Lists
1344029 Linear Guide Assembly
AAC Drawing Number 1344029 Rev 8
NO. QTY
PART#
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1344018
1344025
1344028
AA198RA510
AAC022DXPM
BBAW-3Z
MMGN12HZ0HN
NNH10-32
RAIL, LINEAR 12MM
BRKT, GUIDE MOUNT
BRKT, CYLINDER
FLOW CONTROL,5/32
CYL,MOD, DA, 9/16B, 2S,
BRG,ROD END,F, 10-32
LINEAR WAY
HEX-NUT 10-32 REG.
NO.
QTY
PART#
DESCRIPTION
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
2
NNJ7/16-20
NNJ10-32
SSBC05024
SSBC95032
SSFCM3X5
SSSCM3x6
WWF3/8
WWFS10
NUT,JAM,7/16-20
NUT,JAM,THIN
1/4-28 X 3/8
10-24 X 1/2
M3-0.50X5, SCEW
M3-0.5X__SCREW
WASHER,FLAT,3/8
WASHER, FLAT
25
Technical Manual & Parts Lists
4059-FP301D Foot Pedal Assembly
AAC Drawing Number 9000033 Rev 5
NO QTY
PART #
1
AR 4059-EB301A
2
1 26058
3
1 4059030
4
1 4059033
5
1 A3502-4
6
2 MM94807A029
7
2 NNJ3/8-16
8
2 NNK10-32
9
4 SSFPM5X10
10
2 SSSS25096
26
DESCRIPTION
ACTUATOR,TREADLE,9 PIN
ROD, STRAIGHT, 1018
BASE, FOOT PEDAL, 12X18
FOOT PEDAL WELDMENT
FOOT PEDAL, BRACKET
PUSHNUT,ROUND,1/4 DIA
3/8-16 JAM NUT
KEP NUT, 10-32
SCREW,FLAT PHILLIPS
3/8-16 SET SCREW, 1-1/2"
Technical Manual & Parts Lists
1344T29A-PD Pneumatic Diagram
895A
27
Technical Manual & Parts Lists
1344T29-WD Wiring Diagram
125618B
28
Technical Manual & Parts Lists
1344T29A-WD Wiring Diagram
125637B
29
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Atlanta Attachment Company (AAC) Statement of Warranty
Manufactured Products
Atlanta Attachment Company warrants manufactured products to be free from defects in material and
workmanship for a period of eight hundred (800) hours of operation or one hundred (100) days
whichever comes first. Atlanta Attachment Company warrants all electrical components of the Serial
Bus System to be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of thirty six (36) months.
Terms and Conditions:
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

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


AAC Limited Warranty becomes effective on the date of shipment.
AAC Warranty claims may be made by telephone, letter, fax or e-mail. All verbal claims must be confirmed in writing.
AAC reserves the right to require the return of all claimed defective parts with a completed warranty
claim form.
AAC will, at its option, repair or replace the defective machine and parts upon return to AAC.
AAC reserves the right to make the final decision on all warranty coverage questions.
AAC warranty periods as stated are for eight hundred (800) hours or one hundred (100) days whichever
comes first.
AAC guarantees satisfactory operation of the machines on the basis of generally accepted industry
standards, contingent upon proper application, installation and maintenance.
AAC Limited Warranty may not be changed or modified and is not subject to any other warranty
expressed or implied by any other agent, dealer, or distributor unless approved in writing by AAC in
advance of any claim being filed.
What Is Covered




Electrical components that are not included within the Serial Bus System that fail due to defects in
material or workmanship, which are manufactured by AAC are covered for a period of eight hundred
(800) hours.
Mechanical parts or components that fail due to defects in material or workmanship, which are
manufactured by AAC.
Purchased items (sewing heads, motors, etc.) will be covered by the manufacturers (OEM) warranty.
AAC will assist in the procurement and handling of the manufacturers (OEM) claim.
What Is Not Covered
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Parts that fail due to improper usage, lack of proper maintenance, lubrication and/or modification.
Damages caused by; improper freight handling, accidents, fire and issues resulting from unauthorized
service and/or personnel, improper electrical, plumbing connections.
Normal wear of machine and parts such as Conveyor belts, "O" rings, gauge parts, cutters, needles, etc.
Machine adjustments related to sewing applications and/or general machine operation.
Charges for field service.
Loss of time, potential revenue, and/or profits.
Personal injury and/or property damage resulting from the operation of this equipment.
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Declaración de Garantía
Productos Manufacturados
Atlanta Attachment Company garantiza que los productos de fabricación son libres de defectos de material y de
mano de obra durante un periodo de ochocientos (800) horas de operación o cien (100) días cual llegue primero.
Atlanta Attachment Company garantiza que todos los componentes del Serial bus son libres de defectos de
material y de mano de obra durante un periodo de treinta y seis (36) meses.
Términos y Condiciones:
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La Garantía Limitada de AAC entra en efecto el día de transporte.
Reclamos de la Garantía de AAC pueden ser realizados por teléfono, carta, fax o correo electrónico. Todo
reclamo verbal tiene que ser confirmado vía escrito.
AAC reserva el derecho para exigir el retorno de cada pieza defectuosa con un formulario de reclamo de
garantía.
AAC va, según su criterio, reparar o reemplazar las máquinas o piezas defectuosas devueltas para AAC.
AAC reserva el derecho para tomar la decisión final sobre toda cuestión de garantía.
Las garantías de AAC tiene una validez de ochocientas (800) horas o cien (100) días cual llega primero.
AAC garantiza la operación satisfactoria de sus máquinas en base de las normas aceptadas de la industria
siempre y cuando se instale use y mantenga de forma apropiada.
La garantía de AAC no puede ser cambiada o modificada y no está sujeta a cualquier otra garantía
implicada por otro agente o distribuidor al menos que sea autorizado por AAC antes de cualquier
reclamo.
Lo Que Está Garantizado
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
Componentes eléctricos que no están incluidos dentro del sistema Serial Bus que fallen por defectos de
materiales o de fabricación que han sido manufacturados por AAC son garantizados por un período de
ochocientas (800) horas.
Componentes mecánicos que fallen por defectos de materiales o de fabricación que han sido manufacturados por AAC son garantizados por un periodo de ochocientas (800) horas.
Componentes comprados (Motores, Cabezales), son protegidos debajo de la garantía del fabricante.
AAC asistirá con el manejo de todo reclamo de garantía bajo la garantía del fabricante.
Lo Que No Está Garantizado
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Falla de repuestos al raíz de uso incorrecto, falta de mantenimiento, lubricación o modificación.
Daños ocurridos a raíz de mal transporte, accidentes, incendios o cualquier daño como resultado de
servicio por personas no autorizados o instalaciones incorrectas de conexiones eléctricas o neumáticas.
Desgaste normal de piezas como correas, anillos de goma, cuchillas, agujas, etc.
Ajustes de la máquina en relación a las aplicaciones de costura y/o la operación en general de la máquina.
Gastos de Reparaciones fuera de las instalaciones de AAC
Pérdida de tiempo, ingresos potenciales, y/o ganancias.
Daños personales y/o daños a la propiedad como resultado de la operación de este equipo.
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Atlanta Attachment Company
362 Industrial Park Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
770-963-7369
www.atlatt.com
Printed in the USA