Duerkopp Adler D867 Operating Instruction

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Duerkopp Adler D867 Operating Instruction
D867
M-TYPE DELTA
Operating Instructions
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Table of Contents
1
About these instructions .................................................................... 5
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
For whom are these instructions intended? .......................................... 5
Representation conventions – symbols and characters ........................ 6
Other documents ................................................................................... 7
Liability .................................................................................................. 8
2
Safety.................................................................................................... 9
2.1
2.2
Basic safety instructions ........................................................................ 9
Signal words and symbols used in warnings....................................... 10
3
Machine description.......................................................................... 15
3.1
3.2
3.3
Components of the machine ............................................................... 15
Proper use ........................................................................................... 16
Declaration of Conformity .................................................................... 17
4
Operation ........................................................................................... 19
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.5
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.8.1
4.8.2
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.13.1
4.13.2
4.14
Preparing the machine for operation ................................................... 19
Switching on and off the machine ....................................................... 20
Switching on and off the sewing lamps ............................................... 21
Inserting/changing the needle ............................................................. 22
On 1-needle machines ........................................................................ 22
On 2-needle machines ........................................................................ 24
Threading the needle thread ............................................................... 25
On 1-needle machines ........................................................................ 26
On 2-needle machines ........................................................................ 30
Winding the hook thread ..................................................................... 35
Changing the bobbin ........................................................................... 38
Thread tension .................................................................................... 40
Setting the needle thread tension........................................................ 40
Setting the hook thread tension........................................................... 41
Setting the needle thread regulator ..................................................... 42
Lifting the sewing feet.......................................................................... 43
Sewing backwards with the stitch regulator (optional) ........................ 44
Setting quick stroke adjustment (optional) .......................................... 44
Quick functions on the push button panel ........................................... 45
Activating function buttons .................................................................. 45
Assigning a function to the favorite buttons......................................... 47
Sewing................................................................................................. 48
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Programming Commander DELTA .................................................. 51
5.1
5.2
5.2.1
5.2.2
Control panel Commander DELTA...................................................... 51
Navigating the Commander DELTA control panel .............................. 52
Symbols and tiles ................................................................................ 53
Entering values.................................................................................... 54
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5.2.3
5.2.4
5.3
5.3.1
5.3.2
5.3.3
5.3.4
5.3.5
5.3.6
5.4
5.4.1
5.4.2
5.5
5.6
5.6.1
5.6.2
5.6.3
5.6.4
5.6.5
5.6.6
5.6.7
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.2
5.8
5.8.1
5.8.2
5.8.3
5.8.4
5.8.5
5.8.6
5.8.7
5.8.8
5.9
5.10
Navigating the burger menu ................................................................ 55
Navigation during the start of the control panel ................................... 55
User Configuration .............................................................................. 56
Setting the language ........................................................................... 57
Setting the brightness.......................................................................... 58
Setting the volume............................................................................... 58
User Management administration ....................................................... 59
Setting the fast menu key configuration .............................................. 59
Setting the screen configuration .......................................................... 61
User Management ............................................................................... 61
Authorizations as Default Technician ........................................ 65
User login ............................................................................................ 73
Software operating modes .................................................................. 76
Using Manual mode ............................................................................ 77
Setting up the user interface ............................................................... 78
Setting the parameters ........................................................................ 81
Setting cross-segment parameters ................................................. 83
Setting the Segment Begin parameters ........................................... 97
Setting the Segment parameters ...................................................... 100
Setting the Segment End parameters ............................................. 101
Using bobbin wind mode ................................................................... 103
Using Automatic mode ...................................................................... 104
Sewing in Automatic mode ................................................................ 106
Canceling a program in Automatic mode .......................................... 107
Using Programming mode................................................................. 108
Managing programs .......................................................................... 109
Managing seams ............................................................................... 109
Editing the segments of a seam ........................................................ 110
Managing segments .......................................................................... 111
Setting program parameters.............................................................. 111
Setting the Seam Begin/Segment Begin parameters ................. 125
Setting the Segment parameters ...................................................... 128
Setting the Segment End/Seam End parameters .......................... 131
Importing/exporting programs ........................................................... 134
Performing a software update ........................................................... 135
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Maintenance..................................................................................... 137
6.1
6.2
6.2.1
6.2.2
6.3
6.3.1
6.3.2
6.3.3
Cleaning ............................................................................................ 138
Lubricating ......................................................................................... 140
Lubricating the machine head ........................................................... 141
Lubricating the hook .......................................................................... 142
Servicing the pneumatic system........................................................ 143
Setting the operating pressure .......................................................... 143
Draining the water-oil mixture............................................................ 144
Cleaning the filter element................................................................. 146
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6.4
Parts list............................................................................................. 147
7
Setup ................................................................................................ 149
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.5.1
7.5.2
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.13
7.13.1
7.13.2
7.14
7.14.1
7.14.2
7.15
7.16
Checking the scope of delivery ......................................................... 149
Removing the transport locks ............................................................ 149
Assembling the stand ........................................................................ 150
Assembling the pedal and setpoint device ........................................ 151
Tabletop ............................................................................................ 152
Completing the tabletop .................................................................... 152
Assembling the tabletop to the stand ................................................ 153
Setting the working height ................................................................. 154
Assembling the control ...................................................................... 155
Inserting the machine head ............................................................... 156
Assembling the tilt sensor ................................................................. 158
Changing the handwheel................................................................... 159
Assembling the knee button .............................................................. 161
Assembling the oil extraction line ...................................................... 162
Electrical connection ......................................................................... 163
Establishing equipotential bonding .................................................... 163
Connecting the control ...................................................................... 164
Pneumatic connection (optional) ....................................................... 165
Assembling the compressed air maintenance unit ............................ 166
Setting the operating pressure .......................................................... 167
Checking the lubrication .................................................................... 168
Performing a test run ......................................................................... 168
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Decommissioning ........................................................................... 169
9
Disposal ........................................................................................... 171
10
Troubleshooting .............................................................................. 173
10.1
10.2
10.3
Customer Service .............................................................................. 173
Messages of the software ................................................................. 173
Errors in sewing process ................................................................... 193
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Technical data ................................................................................. 195
11.1
11.2
Data and characteristic values .......................................................... 195
Requirements for trouble-free operation ........................................... 196
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Appendix .......................................................................................... 197
12.1
12.2
Wiring diagram .................................................................................. 197
Tabletop drawings ............................................................................. 212
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About these instructions
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About these instructions
These instructions have been prepared with utmost care. They
contain information and notes intended to ensure long-term and
reliable operation.
Should you notice any discrepancies or if you have improvement
requests, then we would be glad to receive your feedback through
Customer Service ( p. 173).
Consider these instructions as part of the product and keep it easily
accessible.
1.1
For whom are these instructions intended?
These instructions are intended for:
• Operators:
This group is familiar with the machine and has access
to the instructions. Specifically, chapter Operation
( p. 19) is important for the operators.
• Specialists:
This group has the appropriate technical training for
performing maintenance or repairing malfunctions.
Specifically, the chapter Setup ( p. 149) is important for
specialists.
Service Instructions are supplied separately.
With regard to minimum qualification and other requirements to be
met by personnel, please also follow the chapter Safety ( p. 9).
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1.2
Representation conventions – symbols and
characters
Various information in these instructions is represented or highlighted by the following characters in order to facilitate easy and
quick understanding:
Proper setting
Specifies proper setting.
Disturbances
Specifies the disturbances that can occur from an incorrect setting.
Cover
Specifies which covers must be disassembled in order to access
the components to be set.
Steps to be performed when operating the machine (sewing
and equipping)
Steps to be performed for service, maintenance, and
installation
Steps to be performed via the software control panel
The individual steps are numbered:
1.
First step
2.
Second step
...
The steps must always be followed in the specified order.
•
Lists are marked by bullet points.

Result of performing an operation
Change to the machine or on the display/control panel.
Important
Special attention must be paid to this point when performing
a step.
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Information
Additional information, e.g. on alternative operating options.
Order
Specifies the work to be performed before or after a setting.
References
 Reference to another section in these instructions.
Security Important warnings for the user of the machine are specifically
marked. Since safety is of particular importance, hazard symbols,
levels of danger and their signal words are described separately
in the chapter Safety ( p. 9).
Location If no other clear location information is used in a figure, indications
information of right or left are always from the user's point of view.
1.3
Other documents
The machine includes components from other manufacturers.
Each manufacturer has performed a hazard assessment for these
purchased parts and confirmed their design compliance with
applicable European and national regulations. The proper use
of the built-in components is described in the corresponding
manufacturer's instructions.
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1.4
Liability
All information and notes in these instructions have been compiled
in accordance with the latest technology and the applicable
standards and regulations.
Dürkopp Adler cannot be held liable for any damage resulting
from:
• Breakage and damage during transport
• Failure to observe these instructions
• Improper use
• Unauthorized modifications to the machine
• Use of untrained personnel
• Use of unapproved parts
Transport
Dürkopp Adler cannot be held liable for breakage and transport
damages. Inspect the delivery immediately upon receiving it.
Report any damage to the last transport manager. This also
applies if the packaging is not damaged.
Leave machines, equipment and packaging material in the
condition in which they were found when the damage was
discovered. This will ensure any claims against the transport
company.
Report all other complaints to Dürkopp Adler immediately after
receiving the product.
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Safety
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Safety
This chapter contains basic information for your safety. Read the
instructions carefully before setting up or operating the machine.
Make sure to follow the information included in the safety instructions. Failure to do so can result in serious injury and property
damage.
2.1
Basic safety instructions
The machine may only be used as described in these instructions.
The instructions should be available at the machine's location at
all times.
Work on live components and equipment is prohibited. Exceptions
are defined in the DIN VDE 0105.
For the following work, switch off the machine at the main switch
or disconnect the power plug:
• Replacing the needle or other sewing tools
• Leaving the workstation
• Performing maintenance work and repairs
• Threading
Missing or faulty parts could impair safety and damage the
machine. Only use original parts from the manufacturer.
Transport Use a lifting carriage or stacker to transport the machine. Raise
the machine max. 20 mm and secure it to prevent it from slipping
off.
Setup The connecting cable must have a power plug approved in
the relevant country. The power plug may only be assembled
to the power cable by qualified specialists.
Obligations Follow the country-specific safety and accident prevention
of the operator regulations and the legal regulations concerning industrial safety
and the protection of the environment.
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Safety
All the warnings and safety signs on the machine must always
be in legible condition. Do not remove!
Missing or damaged warnings and safety signs must be replaced
immediately.
Requirements Only qualified specialists may:
to be met by
• Setting up the machine
the personnel
• Performing maintenance work and repairs
• Performing work on electrical equipment
Only authorized persons may work on the machine and must first
have understood these instructions.
Operation Check the machine during operating for any externally visible
damage. Stop working if you notice any changes to the machine.
Report any changes to your supervisor. Do not use a damaged
machine any further.
Safety Safety equipment should not be removed or deactivated. If it is
equipment essential to remove or deactivate safety equipment for a repair
operation, it must be assembled and put back into operation
immediately afterward.
2.2
Signal words and symbols used in warnings
Warnings in the text are distinguished by color bars. The color
scheme is based on the severity of the danger. Signal words
indicate the severity of the danger.
Signal words Signal words and the hazard they describe:
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Signal word
Meaning
DANGER
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, fatal or serious injury will result
WARNING
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, fatal or serious injury can result
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CAUTION
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, moderate or minor injury can result
CAUTION
(with hazard symbol)
If ignored, environmental damage can result
NOTICE
(without hazard symbol)
If ignored, property damage can result
Symbols The following symbols indicate the type of danger to personnel:
Symbol
Type of danger
General
Electric shock
Puncture
Crushing
Environmental damage
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Safety
Examples Examples of the layout of warnings in the text:
DANGER
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that will result
in serious injury or even death if ignored.
WARNING
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in serious or even fatal injury if ignored.
CAUTION
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

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This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in moderate or minor injury if the warning is ignored.
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Safety
NOTICE
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in property damage if ignored.
CAUTION
Type and source of danger!
Consequences of non-compliance.
Measures for avoiding the danger.

This is what a warning looks like for a hazard that could
result in environmental damage if ignored.
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Machine description
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3.1
Machine description
Components of the machine
Fig. 1: Components of the machine
①
⑨
② ③ ④
(1) - Motor driven
thread tension
(2) - Favorite buttons
(3) - Jog-Dial
(4) - Push buttons
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(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
⑤
⑧
⑥ ⑦
- Service Stop button
- Electronic stitch regulator
- Winder (motor driven)
- Oil level indicator
- Control panel Commander Delta
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Machine description
3.2
Proper use
WARNING
Risk of injury from live, moving and cutting
parts as well as from sharp parts!
Improper use can result in electric shock,
crushing, cutting and punctures.
Follow all instructions provided.
NOTICE
Non-observance will lead to property damage!
Improper use can result in material damage at the machine.
Follow all instructions provided.
The machine may only be used with sewing material that satisfies
the requirements of the specific application at hand.
The machine is intended only for use with dry sewing material.
The sewing material must not contain any hard objects.
The needle thicknesses permissible for the machine are listed in
the Technical data ( p. 195) chapter.
The seam must be completed with a thread that satisfies the
requirements of the specific application at hand.
The machine is intended for industrial use.
The machine may only be set up and operated in dry conditions
on well-maintained premises. If the machine is operated on
premises that are not dry and well-maintained, then further
measures may be required which must be compatible with
DIN EN 60204-31.
Only authorized persons may work on the machine.
Dürkopp Adler cannot be held liable for damages resulting from
improper use.
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Machine description
3.3
Declaration of Conformity
The machine complies with European regulations ensuring health,
safety, and environmental protection as specified in the declaration of conformity or in the declaration of incorporation.
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Operation
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Operation
The operating sequence consists of several different steps.
Fault-free operation is necessary in order to achieve a good
sewing result.
4.1
Preparing the machine for operation
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving, cutting and sharp
parts!
Crushing, cutting and punctures are possible.
If possible, make preparations only when the
machine is switched off.
Complete the following steps in preparation of sewing before
starting to work:
•
•
•
•
Inserting/changing the needle
Threading the needle thread
Inserting and winding on the hook thread
Setting the thread tensions
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4.2
Switching on and off the machine
Fig. 2: Switching on and off the machine
①
(1) - Button
②
(2) - Switch
Switching on the machine
To switch on the machine:
1.
Press the switch (2) on the rear of the control to position I.

The button (1) on the front of the control illuminates red.
2.
Tap the button (1) on the front of the control.

The control and the control panel of the machine start up.
3.
Press the pedal backwards when prompted to do so on
the display.

The machine performs a reference run and is afterwards
ready for sewing.
Switching off the machine
To switch off the machine:
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1.
Press the button (1) on the front of the machine.

Control and control panel shut down and are set to standby;
the button (1) illuminates red.
2.
If necessary, press the switch (2) on the rear of the control
to position O.

The machine is no longer set to standby.
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Operation
4.3
Switching on and off the sewing lamps
The machine comes with a classic sewing lamp (1) in the area of
the needle and machine head lighting (2) in the area of the arm.
Fig. 3: Switching on and off the sewing lamp (1)
②
①
(1) - Sewing lamp
(2) - Machine head lighting
Dimming the sewing lamps
You can adjust the brightness of the sewing lamps via software
at the control panel (Burger menu > Settings > User
Configuration > subitem Machine).
Switching on and off the sewing lamps
By default, there is no simple way to switch the sewing lamps on
or off. Enabling this option requires that you assign the function
to switch the lamps on and off to the buttons on the push button
panel.
You can assign functions to the buttons via software at the control
panel (Burger menu > Settings > User Configuration >
subitem Fast Menu Key Configuration).
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4.4
Inserting/changing the needle
CAUTION
Risk of injury from sharp parts!
Puncture possible.
Switch off the machine before you insert or
change the needle.
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
There is a risk of machine damage, needle breakage or
thread breakage if the distance between needle and hook tip
is incorrect.
Set the distance to the hook tip after inserting a needle with
a different strength.
4.4.1
On 1-needle machines
Fig. 4: Inserting/changing the needle
①
②
③
④
(1) - Needle bar block
(2) - Screw
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(3) - Groove
(4) - Hook
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Operation
To change the needle in a 1-needle machine:
1.
Turn the handwheel until the needle bar block (1) reaches
the upper end position.
2.
Loosen the screw (2).
3.
Pull the needle out towards the bottom.
4.
Insert the new needle into the hole of the needle bar block (1)
until it reaches the stop.
Important
Align the needle in such a way that the groove (3) faces the
hook (4).
5.
Tighten the screw (2).
Order
Always adjust the clearance between the hook and the needle
after changing to a different needle thickness ( Service
Instructions).
Disturbance
An incorrect hook clearance can cause the following disturbances:
• Changing to a thinner needle:
• Skip stitches
• Thread damage
• Changing to a thicker needle:
• Damage to the hook tip
• Damage to the needle
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4.4.2
On 2-needle machines
Fig. 5: Inserting/changing the needle
①
④
②
②
③
③
(1) - Needle bar
(2) - Screw
(3) - Groove
(4) - Needle holder
To change the needle in a 2-needle machine:
1.
Turn the handwheel until the needle bar (1) has reached
the upper end position.
2.
To change the right needle, loosen the right screw (2).
3.
To change the left needle, loosen the left screw (2).
4.
Pull the needles downwards out of the needle holder (4).
5.
Insert each new needle into the corresponding hole of
the needle holder (4) until it reaches the stop.
Important
Align the new needles in such a way that the grooves (3) face the
hook (4). As viewed from the user side, the groove (3) of the left
needle must point to the left, while the groove (3) of the right needle
must point to the right.
6.
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Tighten the screw (2).
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Order
Always adjust the clearance between the hook and the needle after
changing to a different needle strength ( Service Instructions).
Disturbance
An incorrect hook clearance can cause the following disturbances:
• Changing to a thinner needle:
• Skip stitches
• Thread damage
• Changing to a thicker needle:
• Damage to the hook tip
• Damage to the needle
4.5
Threading the needle thread
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Turn off the machine before threading the thread.
Information
You will find a video with instructions regarding this chapter on
the Commander Delta control panel of the machine.
To start the instructional video:
1.
Switch on the machine.
2.
Click on the tile

A window opens named Threading: one needle.
The instructional video starts automatically.
3.
Click on the tile
on the control panel.
in the left menu bar.
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The instructional video Threading: two needles starts
automatically.
4.5.1
On 1-needle machines
To thread the needle thread:
1.
Fit the thread reel on the reel stand.
The unwinding bracket must stand directly above the thread
reel.
2.
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Feed the thread from the rear to the front through the thread
guide on the unwinding bracket.
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Fig. 6: Threading the needle thread (1)
①
⑦
⑥
⑤
④
②
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
- Tube
- Thread tensioning spring
- Hook
- Pin
③
(5) - Front tensioner
(6) - Rear tensioner
(7) - Pretension
3.
Insert the thread from the top and guide it through the tube (1).
4.
Feed the thread counterclockwise from the tube (1) around
the pretension (7).
5.
Feed the thread clockwise through the rear tensioner (6).
6.
Feed the thread clockwise around the pin (4) and keep feeding
it clockwise through the front tensioner (5).
Fig. 7: Threading the needle thread (2)
⑥
⑤
(5) - front tensioner
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(6) - rear tensioner
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7.
Feed the thread over the hook (3) before feeding it clockwise
through the thread tensioning spring (2) from below.
Fig. 8: Threading the needle thread (3)
⑫
⑪
⑬
②
⑩
⑨
⑧
②
(2) - Thread tensioning spring
(8) - Thread guide
(9) - Lower thread guide
(10) - Upper thread guide
(11) - Needle thread regulator
(12) - Thread lever (covered)
(13) - Pin
8.
Feed the thread around the pin (13) from left to right and then
from top to bottom through the rear hole of the needle thread
regulator (11).
9.
Insert the thread from the right to the left through the lower
guide of the thread lever (12).
10. Insert the thread through the upper thread guide (10).
11. Insert the thread through a hole in the lower thread guide (9).
For machines with thread clamp (optional)
12. Insert the thread through the right hole of the guide above
the thread clamp.
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13. Insert the thread through the right hole of the guide below
the thread clamp.
Fig. 9: Thread clamp
14. Insert the thread into the thread clamp from the right so that
the thread is held in place inside the hook of the clamp.
The thread is supposed to run through the clamp almost without
touching it and in such a way that it only makes contact with the
guides above and below the thread clamp.
15. Insert the thread through the thread guide (8) on the needle
bar block.
16. Insert the thread through the needle eye (towards the groove)
in such a way that the loose thread end faces the hook.
17. Pull the thread through the needle eye until the loose thread
end has a length of approx. 4 cm with the thread lever (12)
at the highest position.
Important:
Check the thread length.
If the loose thread end is too long, the thread may be caught by
the hook and cause a disturbance. If the loose thread end is too
short, the machine cannot start sewing.
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4.5.2
On 2-needle machines
To thread the needle threads:
1.
Fit the thread reels on the reel stand.
The unwinding bracket must stand directly above the thread
reels.
2.
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Feed the threads from the rear to the front through the thread
guides on the unwinding bracket.
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Threading the right needle thread
Fig. 10: Threading the needle thread (1)
①
⑯
⑮
⑭
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑬
⑫
⑦
⑧
⑪
⑨
⑩
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
- Tube
- Thread lever
- Needle thread regulator
- Pin
- Thread guide
- Thread guide
- Thread clamp
- Thread guide
(9) - Thread guide
(10) - Thread tensioning spring
(11) - Hook
(12) - Thread guide
(13) - Pin
(14) - Front tensioner
(15) - Rear tensioner
(16) - Pretension
To thread the right needle thread:
1.
Insert the thread from the top and guide it through the tube (1).
2.
Feed the thread counterclockwise from the tube (1) around
the pretension (16).
3.
Feed the thread clockwise through the rear tensioner (15).
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4.
Feed the thread clockwise around the pin (13) and keep
feeding it clockwise through the front tensioner (14).
Fig. 11: Threading the needle thread (2)
⑮
⑭
(14) - Front tensioner
(15) - Rear tensioner
5.
Feed the thread from the right to the left through thread
guide (12).
6.
Feed the thread over the hook (11) before feeding it clockwise
through the thread tensioning spring (10) from below.
7.
Feed the thread around the pin (4) from left to right and then
from bottom to top through the rear hole of the needle thread
regulator (3).
8.
Feed the thread from the right to the left through the lower
guide of the thread lever (2).
9.
Feed the thread through thread guide (5).
10. Feed the thread through the right hole of thread guide (6).
11. Feed the thread through the right hole of the thread clamp (7)
(if a thread clamp is present).
12. Feed the thread through the right holes of thread guides (8)
and (9).
13. Insert the thread through the needle eye (towards the groove)
in such a way that the loose thread end faces the hook.
14. Pull the thread through the needle eye until the loose thread
end has a length of approx. 4 mm with the thread lever (2)
at the highest position.
Important
Check the thread length.
If the loose thread end is too long, the thread may be caught by
the hook and cause a disturbance. If the loose thread end is too
short, the machine cannot start sewing.
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Threading the left needle thread
Fig. 12: Threading the needle thread (3)
①
⑮
⑭
⑬
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑫
⑦
⑧
⑪
⑨
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
- Tube
- Thread lever
- Needle thread regulator
- Pin
- Thread guide
- Thread guide
- Thread clamp
- Thread guide
⑩
(9) - Thread guide
(10) - Thread tensioning spring
(11) - Hook
(12) - Pin
(13) - Front tensioner
(14) - Rear tensioner
(15) - Pretension
To thread the right needle thread:
1.
Insert the thread from the top and guide it through the tube (1).
2.
Feed the thread counterclockwise from the tube (1) around
the pretension (15).
3.
Feed the thread clockwise through the rear tensioner (14).
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4.
Feed the thread clockwise around the pin (12) and keep
feeding it clockwise through the front tensioner (13).
Fig. 13: Threading the needle thread (4)
⑭
⑬
(13) - Front tensioner
(14) - Rear tensioner
5.
Feed the thread over the hook (11) before feeding it clockwise
through the thread tensioning spring (10) from below.
6.
Feed the thread around the pin (4) from left to right and
then from bottom to top through the rear hole of the needle
thread regulator (3).
7.
Feed the thread from the right to the left through the lower
guide of the thread lever (2).
8.
Feed the thread through thread guide (5).
9.
Feed the thread through the right hole of thread guide (6).
10. Feed the thread through the right hole of the thread clamp (7)
(if a thread clamp is present).
11. Feed the thread through the right holes of thread guides (8)
and (9).
12. Insert the thread through the needle eye (towards the groove)
in such a way that the loose thread end faces the hook.
13. Pull the thread through the needle eye until the loose thread
end has a length of approx. 4 mm with the thread lever (2)
at the highest position.
Important
Check the thread length.
If the loose thread end is too long, the thread may be caught by
the hook and cause a disturbance. If the loose thread end is too
short, the machine cannot start sewing.
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4.6
Winding the hook thread
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Turn off the machine before threading the thread.
The hook thread can be wound on without sewing.
Important
Never use the winder without a bobbin. If using it without a bobbin,
you run the risk of the thread winding itself around the bobbin
shaft, which may cause damage to the winder.
To wind the hook thread:
1.
Fit the thread reel on the reel stand.
The unwinding bracket must stand directly above the thread
reel.
2.
Feed the thread from the rear to the front through the thread
guide on the unwinding bracket.
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Fig. 14: Winding the hook thread (1)
③
①
②
(1) - Pretension
(2) - Thread guide
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(3) - Thread guide
3.
Insert the thread in a wavelike manner through the first
2 holes of the thread guide (2): from left to right through
the first hole and from right to left through the second hole.
4.
Feed the thread through the third hole of the thread guide (2)
from left to right before feeding it clockwise around the
pretension (1).
5.
Feed the thread to the left through the thread guide (3).
6.
Feed the thread from the left to the right through the bottommost hole of the thread guide (3).
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Fig. 15: Winding the hook thread (2)
⑥
⑤
③
④
(4) - Winder lever
(5) - Bobbin shaft
(6) - Knife
(7) - Winder
7.
Guide the thread to the winder (7).
8.
Clamp the thread behind the cutter (6) and tear off the loose
end behind it.
9.
Fit the bobbin on the bobbin shaft (5).
10. Turn the bobbin on the bobbin shaft (5) until the drive dog
spring audibly clicks into place in the slot of the bobbin.
11. Pull the winder lever (4) up.

The winding process starts and ends automatically when
the bobbin is full. The winder lever (4) returns to its lower
position.
Information
The hook thread is normally wound on when sewing is in progress.
However, you can also wind on the hook thread without sewing,
e. g. if you require a full bobbin in order to start sewing. For this
purpose, use Bobbin Wind mode in Manual mode ( p. 103).
12. Pull off the full bobbin.
13. Tear off the thread behind the cutter (6).
14. Insert the full bobbin into the hook ( p. 38).
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4.7
Changing the bobbin
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Turn off the machine before changing the bobbin.
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
The surface of the bobbin may become damaged, causing
the bobbin rotation monitor to stop working correctly.
Do NOT use sharp parts to remove the bobbin!
The procedure used to change the bobbin is the same for 1-needle
machines and 2-needle machines. The only difference is that the
hook into which the bobbin is inserted is turned by 180 degrees
for the left and the right side.
Fig. 16: Changing the bobbin (1)
⑥
①
②
③ ④
(1) - Bobbin case retainer
(2) - Slot
(3) - Guide
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⑤
(4) - Tension spring
(5) - Slot
(6) - Bobbin
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To change the bobbin:
1.
Swivel up the bobbin case retainer (1).
2.
Remove the empty bobbin.
3.
Insert a full bobbin:
Important
Insert the bobbin so that it moves in the opposite direction of
the hook when the thread is pulled out.
4.
Feed the hook thread through the slot (5) in the bobbin case
retainer.
5.
Pull the hook thread under the tension spring (4).
6.
Feed the hook thread through the slot (2) and pull it approx.
3 cm further.
7.
Close the bobbin case retainer (1).
Fig. 17: Changing the bobbin (2), Remaining thread monitor message
⑦
(7) - LED
Machines with automatic remaining thread monitor
If the hook thread needs to be replaced, the LED indicator
lamp (7) lights up on the machine arm.
Important
Each of the bobbins has a thread supply groove that is embedded
in the bobbin core.
Insert the bobbin in the hook in such a way that the thread supply
groove faces down. Otherwise, the remaining thread monitor will
not work.
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4.8
Thread tension
Together with the hook thread tension, the needle thread tension
influences the final seam pattern. With thin sewing material,
excessive thread tension can lead to undesired gathering and
thread breakage.
Proper setting
If the tension of needle thread and hook thread is identical,
the thread interlacing lies in the middle of the sewing material.
Set the needle thread tension so that the desired seam pattern is
achieved with the lowest possible tension.
Fig. 18: Thread tension
①
②
③
DA150018_V52_XX
(1) - Identical needle thread and hook thread tension
(2) - Hook thread tension higher than needle thread tension
(3) - Needle thread tension higher than hook thread tension
4.8.1
Setting the needle thread tension
The needle thread tension can only be set using the software
of the Commander Delta; for detailed information, refer to the
chapter Programming ( p. 51).
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4.8.2
Setting the hook thread tension
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before setting the hook
thread tension.
Fig. 19: Setting the hook thread tension
①
(1) - Tension spring
②
(2) - Screw
The hook thread tension is generated by the tension spring (1)
and adjusted via the screw (2).
To set the hook thread tension:
1.
Turn screw (2).
• Increasing the tension: turn screw (2) clockwise
• Reducing the tension: turn screw (2) counterclockwise
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4.9
Setting the needle thread regulator
WARNING
Risk of injury from needle tip and moving parts!
Puncture, cutting and crushing possible.
Switch off the machine before setting the needle
thread regulator.
The needle thread regulator determines the tension applied to
guide the needle thread around the hook.
Proper setting
The loop of the needle thread slides at low tension over the
thickest point of the hook.
Fig. 20: Setting the needle thread regulator
②
①
(1) - Needle thread regulator
(2) - Screw
To set the needle thread regulator:
1.
Loosen the screw (2).
• To increase the tension: Slide the needle thread regulator (1) to the right
• To reduce the tension: Slide the needle thread
regulator (1) to the left
2.
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Tighten the screw (2).
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4.10 Lifting the sewing feet
Fig. 21: Lifting the sewing feet
①
(1) - Pedal
To lift the sewing feet:
1.
Press the pedal (1) halfway back.

The machine stops and lifts the sewing feet.
The sewing feet remain up as long as the pedal is pressed
halfway back.
OR
1.
Press the pedal (1) fully back.

The thread cutter is activated, and the sewing feet are
raised.
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4.11 Sewing backwards with the stitch regulator
(optional)
The electronic stitch regulator on the machine arm reduces the
stitch length down to sewing backwards in the lower end position.
Fig. 22: Sewing backwards with the stitch regulator
①
(1) - Stitch regulator
1.
Slowly push the stitch regulator (1) down.

The stitch length becomes smaller. In the lower end position,
the machine sews backwards with the set stitch length.
4.12 Setting quick stroke adjustment (optional)
On machines equipped with a knee button, the knee button can
be used to switch on the increased sewing foot stroke.
You can assign functions to the knee button in the software using
the control panel of the machine.
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4.13 Quick functions on the push button panel
The machine has push buttons on the machine arm which can be
used to activate specific functions while sewing. You can assign
any functions you require to the function buttons. You can define
the settings in the software ( p. 59).
4.13.1 Activating function buttons
Fig. 23: Activating function buttons
② ③
④
⑤ ⑥ ⑦
①
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
- Favorite buttons
- Sewing backwards
- Needle position
- Bartack suppression
(5) - Stitch length preselection
(6) - Additional value
Needle thread tension
(7) - fully customizable button
To activate/deactivate a function button:
Activating a function
To activate a function button:
1.
Press the desired button.

Function is activated.
The button lights up.
Deactivating a function
To deactivate a function button:
1.
Press the desired button again.

Function is deactivated.
The button turns off.
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Functions of the buttons
Button
Function
Sewing backwards
When this button is activated, the machine sews in
reverse.
Needle position
When this button is activated, the needle moves to a
specific position.
This position is determined individually via the parameter
settings. For more information, refer to the  Service
Instructions.
The machine comes configured so that selecting the
button will bring the needle up to the top dead center.
Bartack suppression
This button cancels the general setting for sewing start
and end bartacks. If bartacks are on, pressing the button
skips the next bartack. If bartacks are off, pressing the
button sews the next bartack.
Stitch length
When this button is selected, the machine sews with the
greater stitch length that was programmed for this stitch
length on the control panel.
+/–
Additional value needle thread tension
When this button is selected, the machine sews with
the programmed additional thread tension.
Fully customizable
The button is fully customizable.
The machine comes configured so that a press of
the button will switch on the underarm lighting.
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4.13.2 Assigning a function to the favorite buttons
You can transfer the button functions from the push button panel
to the favorite buttons. Select a function that you frequently use
so that you can switch it on faster while sewing.
Fig. 24: Assigning a function to the favorite buttons
①
(1) - Favorite buttons
You can assign any functions you require to the favorite buttons.
You can define the settings in the software ( p. 59).
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4.14 Sewing
WARNING
Risk of injury from the needle if sewing is
started unintentionally!
Puncture possible.
Do not press the pedal when you fingers are in
the area of the needle tip.
Fig. 25: Sewing
①
②
③
④
(1) - Position +1
(2) - Position 0
(3) - Position -1
(4) - Position -2
The pedal starts and controls the sewing process.
Condition
Processes
Before starting sewing
Initial situation
• Pedal in rest position (position 0)
Machine is at a standstill
Needle is up. Sewing feet down.
Positioning the • Press the pedal halfway back (position -1)
sewing material The sewing feet are lifted.
• Position the sewing material.
• Release the pedal.
Sewing feet are lowered onto the sewing material.
At seam beginning
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Condition
Processes
Start bartack
and sew
• Press the pedal forwards (position +1) and keep it
there.
Machine sews a start bartack (if specified).
Afterwards, the machine continues to sew - with
increasing speed the further forward the pedal is
pressed.
In the middle of the seam
Stop sewing
• Release the pedal (position 0).
Machine stops. Depending on the setting, sewing
feet and needle are up / down.
Continue the
• Press the pedal forwards (position +1)
sewing process Machine continues to sew - with increasing speed
(after releasing
the further forward the pedal is pressed.
the pedal)
Sew over thicker • Switch on the elevated sewing foot stroke with
parts of the
the knee button ( p. 44).
material
Change the
stitch length
• Activate the 2nd stitch length using the button on
the push button panel ( p. 45).
Increase the
thread tension
• Activate additional thread tension using the button
on the push button panel ( p. 45).
Sew an interme- • Sew backwards with stitch regulator ( p. 44) or
diate bartack
activate backwards sewing using the button on the
push button panel ( p. 45).
At seam end
Finish the seam • Press the pedal fully back (position -2) and keep it
and remove the
there.
sewing material End bartack is sewn, and thread is cut (if set).
Machine stops.
Needle is up. Sewing feet up.
• Remove the sewing material.
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5.1
Programming Commander DELTA
Control panel Commander DELTA
Fig. 26: Control panel Commander DELTA
All settings in the software are performed using the Commander
DELTA control panel.
Information
If a value is entered that is not within the specified value range,
the software will automatically adopt the limit value which is closest
to your entry from the value range.
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5.2
Navigating the Commander DELTA control
panel
You navigate the control panel by tapping the screen with your
fingers. There is no need for an input device.
You can open menus by tapping the corresponding button with
your finger. You switch between the different pages of the main
screen by swiping with one finger.
You can modify the information displayed in the status bar (1).
You can also adjust the tiles shown on the three pages of the main
screen (2). You customize the information using the control panel
settings,  p. 78.
Fig. 27: Navigating the Commander DELTA control panel
①
②
(1) - Status bar
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(2) - Main screen
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5.2.1
Symbols and tiles
Explanation of recurring symbols:
Icon
Meaning
The letter shown in blue is active.
A = Automatic mode
M = Manual mode
Tap the symbol to toggle between the two modes.
Programming mode (access via the burger menu),
see  p. 108.
Parameters you can set in manual mode.
Burger menu
A window opens that lets you select Automatic mode,
Manual mode, Programming mode or Settings.
Context-sensitive help
Start by tapping the gray question mark before tapping
the area for which you need help - this brings up a popup window containing a Help text. Tap anywhere to
make the window disappear.
Gray tiles
Parameters for which you can/must enter a numerical
value. Values can be input by tapping.
Blue tiles (stored)
You can active or deactivate dark tiles encircled by a
white line by tapping. You cannot set any values.
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Icon
Meaning
Blue tiles (multifunction)
You can active or deactivate dark tiles encircled by a
white line and showing a blue triangle in the corner by
tapping.
A long tap opens a menu that lets you input values.
Blue tiles (not stored)
You cannot enter any values for dark tiles surrounded
by a square white line. The function assigned to the tile
is only active for as long as you tap the tile.
Grayed-out tiles
Grayed-out tiles merely provide information. You can
neither enter values nor active or deactivate these tiles.
5.2.2
Entering values
You can input values using the buttons
the integrated on-screen keyboard.
or
or by typing on
Values highlighted in red are invalid as they are not within the
specified value range. If you enter invalid values, the software will
automatically set the limit value of the value range.
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5.2.3
Navigating the burger menu
You can open the burger menu with a tap of the symbol
.
Fig. 28: Navigating the burger menu
to Manual mode (see  p. 77)
to Automatic mode (see  p. 104)
to Programming mode (see  p. 108)
to the Settings (see  Service Instructions)
Open tutorials
Log out user
5.2.4
Navigation during the start of the control panel
You can access the languages and settings without having to wait
for the control panel to finish starting up.
You can select these options as soon as their icons are displayed
on the control panel. After entering your user login, you will be
taken to the language options or the settings - depending on which
option you selected.
Symbol
Explanation
Language selection
Settings
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5.3
User Configuration
The User Configuration allows the currently logged-in user to
customize the software interface to their specific needs.
To access the User Configuration:
1.
Tap the symbol
to bring up the navigation pane.

This opens the navigation interface.
Fig. 29: User Configuration (1)
①
(1) - Settings
2.
Tap Settings (1).

This opens the Settings interface.
Fig. 30: User Configuration (2)
②
(2) - User Configuration
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3.
Tap the item User Configuration (2) on the left.

You are in the User Configuration.
5.3.1
Setting the language
Here, you can set the language of the software.
Fig. 31: Setting the language (1)
①
(1) - Language indicator
To set the language:
1.
Tap on the language indicator (1).

A list holding the language selection opens:
Fig. 32: Setting the language (2)
2.
Tap on the desired language.

The language of the control panel is changed immediately.
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5.3.2
Setting the brightness
Here, you can adjust the brightness of the control panel.
Fig. 33: Setting the brightness (1)
①
(1) - Brightness indicator
To set the brightness:
1.
2.
Tap on the brightness indicator (1).
Enter the desired value using the keyboard or the buttons
or

.
The brightness of the control panel is adjusted.
5.3.3
Setting the volume
Here, you can adjust the volume of the audio output.
Fig. 34: Setting the audio volume (1)
①
(1) - Audio volume indicator
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To set the audio volume:
1.
Tap on the audio volume indicator (1).
2.
Enter the desired value using the keyboard or the buttons
or

.
The volume of the control panel is adjusted.
5.3.4
User Management administration
This section is locked if you are logged in as the Default User.
Settings in User Management cannot be adjusted without
extended authorizations.
User Management administration is explained in a separate
chapter ( p. 61).
5.3.5
Setting the fast menu key configuration
Here, you can assign the functions of the push button panel and
of the favorite buttons.
Fig. 35: Setting the fast menu key configuration (1)
①
(1) - Audio volume indicator
To set the fast menu key configuration:
1.
Tap on the subitem Fast menu key configuration (1).

This opens the interface of the fast menu key configuration:
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Fig. 36: Setting the fast menu key configuration (2)
2.
Press on the bar of the button to which you wish to assign
a function.

This opens the selection of the functions that can assigned
to this button.
Fig. 37: Setting the fast menu key configuration (3)
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3.
Tap on the function you wish to assign to the button.
4.
Tap to select the option Not stored or Stored.
5.
Tap outside the selection to exit the selection.

The adjusted settings are stored.
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5.3.6
Setting the screen configuration
The screen configuration is used for the display of the tiles in
Manual mode.
The setting is explained at the appropriate place in the chapter
on Manual mode ( p. 78).
5.4
User Management
The User Management section allows you to create users and
roles with different authorizations.
The factory setting is such that the Default User will automatically be logged in when the machine starts. You can change
this setting at the Technician level as needed.
The following is an explanation of the user
Default Technician, who is set up as the default user.
You can set up any number of users and roles that meet your
individual requirements.
Requirement for User Management administration: You have to
be logged in as the Default Technician.
To log in as the Default Technician:
1.
Tap the symbol
to bring up the navigation pane.

This opens the navigation interface.
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Fig. 38: User Management (1)
①
(1) - Logout
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2.
Tap Logout (1).

This opens the Login interface.
3.
Enter technician and 25483 for username and password.
4.
Tap

The user is logged in.
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To access User Management:
1.
Tap the symbol
to bring up the navigation pane.

This opens the navigation interface.
Fig. 39: User Management (2)
②
(2) - Settings
2.
Tap Settings (2).

This opens the Settings interface.
Fig. 40: User Management (3)
③
④
(3) - User Configuration
3.
(4) - User Management
Tap the item User Configuration (3) on the left.
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4.
Tap the item User Management (4) on the right.

The user management interface opens - which may look
different depending on the user.
Fig. 41: User Management (4)
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5.
Define the desired settings (for explanations, see  p. 65).
6.
Tap
to return to Settings or
to return to Manual mode.
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5.4.1
Authorizations as Default Technician
The factory setting for the Default Technician requires
that the technician enter their username and password (technician, 25483) to log in. If selecting User Management as a
Default Technician ( p. 61), you will be presented with
the following interface:
Fig. 42: Authorizations as Default Technician
①
③
②
(1) - Tab for roles and users
(2) - List of roles/users
(3) - Settings for
roles/users
On the left-hand side, you can select between the tabs (1) reserved
for roles ( p. 66) and users ( p. 70). Detailed explanations
are provided further below. To the right of the tabs you will find
the list (2) of created roles / users - varying with the tab (1) you
selected. On the far right, you will find the settings (3) associated
with the role/user you selected.
Explanation of role and user
Roll
User
A role defines which authorizations
are permitted or forbidden.
It is possible to assign more than
one role to a single user.
You need to be a user to log in;
you cannot log in using a role.
You can log in as a user.
A user can be assigned one or
several roles - this is how they
receive their authorizations.
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5.4.1.1 Managing roles
If selecting User Management as a Default Technician
( p. 56), you will be presented with the following interface:
Fig. 43: Managing roles
①
(1) - Tab for roles
Tap the tab (1) reserved for the Roles on the left-hand side.
Deleting a role
To delete a role:
1.
Tap the desired role.

The role is highlighted in blue.
2.
Tap

The role disappears from the list; it has been deleted.
.
Information
Roles with a
symbol behind their names have been created
at the factory. They cannot be deleted.
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Creating/deriving a new role
To create a new role:
1.
Tap
(only a role with fewer or equal authorizations than
your own).

The list shows a new role.
2.
Define the settings for the role (see table below).
Information
When logged in as a Default Technician, you can only
select role derivations up to the role of Technician. You can
adjust this setting in the authorizations of the roles (table below).
Settings of the roles
Read/Edit/Access
Menu item
Programming
Access
Access the programming ui
Edit
Access the programming ui
Settings
Access
Standard-Level-Items
Access
Technician level
Manual mode
Edit
Status bar
Edit
Main screen
Access
Role main screen
Access
Role status bar
Edit
Sewing parameters
Access
Switch to automatic mode
Access
Parameter View
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Read/Edit/Access
Menu item
Edit
Manual bartack
Edit
Sewing foot lifted
Edit
Needle stop position
Edit
Bobbin Wind Mode
Edit
Segment abort
Edit
Edge trimmer
Edit
2nd Edge Guide Position
Edit
Additional Height Edge Guide
Edit
Edge Guide reference position
Edit
Stitch length
Edit
Switch Stitch Length
Edit
Needle thread tension
Edit
Switch Thread Tension
Edit
Sewing foot pressure
Edit
Sewing foot stroke
Edit
Switch Foot Stroke Alternation
Edit
Bartack Toggle
Edit
Max. Speed
Edit
Bartack at seam begin
Edit
Bartack at seam end
Edit
Needle Half Stitch
Edit
Enabled Thread Trim
Edit
Needle thread clamp
Edit
Threading mode
Edit
Light barrier
Edit
Reset bobbin stitch counter
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Read/Edit/Access
Menu item
Edit
Seam Center Guide
Automatic mode
Access
Program selection
Edit
Program
Edit
Stitch length correction factor
Edit
Needle thread tension correction factor
Sewing
Access
Submenu Start bartack
Access
Submenu End bartack
Access
Submenu Sewing foot lift
Access
Submenu Thread clamp
Access
Submenu Initial alignment stitch
Access
Submenu Gap (additional value)
Access
Submenu Reset Bobbin Counter
Access
Submenu Reset daily piece counter
Access
Seam Center Guide activated
User Management
Edit
Current user
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Read/Edit/Access
Menu item
Edit
Roles up to technician
Edit
Users up to technician
Edit
Auto Login editable
5.4.1.2 Managing users
If selecting User Management as a Default Technician
( p. 56), you will be presented with the following interface:
Fig. 44: Managing users (1)
①
(1) - Tab for users
Tap the tab (1) reserved for the Users on the left-hand side.
This interface appears:
Fig. 45: Managing users (2)
②
(2) - List of users
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The left-hand side holds a list of all users (2) that have been
created. When tapping a user in this section, you will see on
the right-hand side which settings (3) have been defined for
the selected user.
Deleting a user
To delete a user:
1.
Tap the desired user.

The user is highlighted in blue.
2.
Tap

The user disappears from the list; it has been deleted.
.
Information
Users with a
symbol behind their names have been created
at the factory. They cannot be deleted.
Creating a new user
To create a new user:
1.
Tap
.

The list shows a new user.
2.
Define the settings for the user (see table below).
Settings of the user
Icon
Setting
Explanation
First name
Name of the user, NOT to be
confused with the data used
for logging in!
General
Name
Authorization
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Icon
Setting
Explanation
Login with
username and
password
On/Off
Username
Name for logging in
Password
Password for logging in
Login with NFC
token
Login by NFC chip allowed
or not allowed
Login with USB key
Login by USB key allowed
or not allowed
Automatic
login during
system start
Automatic login when
machine starts; no login
required
Roles ( p. 66)
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Technician
Slider control active/inactive;
for assigning the role
User
Slider control active/inactive;
for assigning the role
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5.4.2
User login
The factory setting of the software is such that the Default User
will be logged in automatically when the machine is switched on.
This does not require any type of authorization. The following
explains how you can switch users.
To access User Management:
1.
Tap the symbol
to bring up the navigation pane.

This opens the navigation interface.
Fig. 46: User login (1)
①
(1) - Logout
2.
Tap Logout (1).

This opens the Login interface.
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There are three ways to log in. The three options - including
the necessary settings in the software - are described below.
5.4.2.1 Logging in with username and password
Assigning a username and password
To assign a username and password:
1.
Create a new user in User Management and assign this
user a username and password ( p. 70).

The user can log in immediately with this login information.
Login in with username and password
To log in with username and password:
1.
Enter username and password.
2.
Tap

If the login information is correct, the user will be logged in.
.
5.4.2.2 Login in with a USB key
Assigning a USB key to a user
To assign a USB key to a user:
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1.
Select a user in User Management or create a new user
( p. 70).
2.
Tap the item Login with USB key.

A new window opens.
3.
Plug the USB key into one of the ports on the control panel.
4.
Select the USB key you wish to assign to the user for login
purposes.
5.
To assign the USB key, tap Pair.

The window disappears, and the function Login with
USB key is active.
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Login in with USB key
To log in with a USB key:
1.
Plug the assigned USB key into the control panel.

If the USB key has been assigned correctly, the user will
be logged in.
5.4.2.3 Login in with NFC chip
Assigning an NFC chip to a user
To assign an NFC chip to a user:
1.
Select a user in User Management or create a new user
( p. 70).
2.
Tap the item Login with NFC chip.

A new window opens.
3.
To assign the NFC chip, hold the chip up to the control panel
on the left-hand side.

The window disappears, and the function Login with
NFC chip is active.
Login in with NFC chip
To log in with an NFC chip:
1.
Hold the assigned NFC chip up to the control panel on
the left-hand side.

If the NFC chip has been assigned correctly, the user will
be logged in.
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5.5
Software operating modes
The software of the control panel offers various operating modes:
• Manual mode
Manual mode is the simplest operating mode. There are no
programs/seam programs and no inputs for individual seam
sections.
Changes to the sewing foot pressure, stroke height, stitch
length, needle thread tension and, also, the activation of
other functions are always implemented immediately.
All the major sewing parameters can be changed manually
during the sewing process.
• Automatic mode
Automatic mode allows for the execution of setups (seam
program comprised of only one seam section) or complex
seam programs (comprising 2 or more seam sections).
Seam programs are divided into individual seam sections.
Each section is assigned its own individual stitch length,
needle thread tension, etc.
• Programming
Programming mode makes it possible to create, adjust or
delete a seam program in a quick and easy manner.
The individual modes and their uses are explained in detail later on.
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Using Manual mode
In manual mode, no programs have been saved, allowing you
to use all parameters in a variable manner.
To access the Manual mode:
1.
Tap the symbol

This opens the navigation interface.
to bring up the navigation pane.
Fig. 47: Using Manual mode
①
(1) - Manual mode
2.
Tap Manual mode (1).

The interface of Manual mode opens.
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5.6.1
Setting up the user interface
You can customize the arrangement of the tiles and the
appearance of the status bar in Manual mode.
Arranging the tiles on the main screen
The main screen consists of three pages, which you can
customize to your individual needs.
To adjust the tiles on the main screen:
1.
Tap the symbol

This opens the navigation interface.
to bring up the navigation pane.
Fig. 48: Setting up the user interface (1)
①
(1) - Settings
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2.
Tap Settings (1).

This opens the Settings interface.
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Fig. 49: Setting up the user interface (2)
②
③
(2) - Screen configuration
(3) - Main screen configuration
3.
Go to Screen configuration (2) and tap on Manual
mode - Main screen configuration (3).

The interface used for configuring the main screen opens.
Fig. 50: Setting up the user interface (3)
4.
Tap and hold the desired tile and drag it to move it into or out
of the grid.
5.
Tap
to return to Settings or
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Adjusting the information displayed in the status bar
To adjust the appearance of the status bar:
1.
Go to Settings (see above).
Fig. 51: Setting up the user interface (4)
④
⑤
(4) - Screen configuration
(5) - Status bar configuration
2.
Go to Screen configuration (4) and tap on Manual
mode - Status bar configuration (5).

The interface used for configuring the status bar opens.
Fig. 52: Setting up the user interface (5)
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3.
Tap and hold the desired symbol and drag it to move it into
or out of the status bar.
4.
Tap
to return to Settings or
to return to Manual mode.
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Default status bar settings
Fig. 53: Default status bar
Material thickness
detection
Sewing speed
Seam Length
Stitch count
5.6.2
Empty
Distance
edge guide
(if available)
Setting the parameters
In Manual mode, you can set a variety of parameters. The functions
and how they affect the parameters are described further below.
To access the parameter settings:
1.
Tap the symbol
to bring up the parameter pane.

This opens the parameter settings interface.
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Fig. 54: Setting the parameters
⑤
①
⑥
②
③
(1) - Search
(2) - Parameters cross-segment
(3) - Parameters Segment End
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(4) - Parameters Segment
(5) - Parameters Segment Begin
(6) - Context-sensitive help
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5.6.3
Setting cross-segment parameters
There are various options for setting the cross-segment
parameters. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
Icon
Parameter
Setting
Additional values (+)
Additional value stitch length (+) Value range
00.0 - 12.0
The 2nd value for the stitch length can be
switched on using a button on the push button (depending on sewing
equipment and subclass)
panel or the tile on the control panel.
Additional value sewing foot
stroke (+)
Value range
05.0 - 09.0 [mm]
The 2nd value for the sewing foot stroke can
be switched on using a button on the push
button panel, the knee button or the tile on the
control panel.
Additional value needle thread
tension (+)
Value range
01 - 99
The 2nd value for the needle thread tension
can be switched on using a button on the
push button panel or the tile on the control
panel.
Value range
1.0 - 45.0
The 2nd value for the gap between the motor
(depends on the sewing
driven edge guide and the needle (factoring in
equipment)
the defined safety distance to the sewing
feet).
Gap (2nd value)
Main Parameter
Bobbin monitor mode
(see  p. 86)
Point position
Value range
The distance of the needle from the material 000 – 359 [°]
can be adjusted to allow precise positioning of
the sewing material when starting sewing.
The value entered here corresponds to the
degree number on the handwheel.
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Icon
Parameter
Setting
Gap
Value for the gap between the motor driven
edge guide and the needle (factoring in the
defined safety distance to the sewing feet).
Value range
1.0 - 45.0
(depends on the sewing
equipment)
Correction speed effect
Correction speed effect
Value range
On/Off
(see  p. 88)
Stitch length
The stitch length changes
slightly depending on the
speed. For this reason, the
stitch length can be adjusted
at different speeds by the
software.
Needle thread tension
Depending on the speed, the
needle thread tension can be
adjusted at different speeds
by the software.
Sewing foot pressure
Depending on the speed, the
sewing foot pressure can be
adjusted at different speeds
by the software.
Material thickness detection
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Material thickness detection
Value range
On/Off
(see  p. 92)
Sewing foot stroke
The sewing foot stroke can be
adjusted to different material
thicknesses by the software.
Stitch length
The stitch length changes
slightly depending on the
material thickness. For this
reason, the stitch length can
be adjusted to different
material thicknesses by the
software.
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Icon
Parameter
Setting
Needle thread tension
Depending on the material
thickness, the needle thread
tension can be adjusted to
different material thicknesses
by the software.
Sewing foot pressure
The sewing foot pressure can
be adjusted to different
material thicknesses by the
software.
Max. sewing speed
The maximum sewing speed
can be adjusted to different
material thicknesses by the
software.
Output 1-16
(see  p. 96)
Output
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5.6.3.1 Setting the Bobbin monitor mode parameters
The amount of remaining thread on the bobbin can be monitored
optically or by software using this setting.
Menu item
Setting option 1
Setting option 2
Sewing stop
Value range
On/Off
Off
Monitor
Monitor mode can only be used if
the additional equipment of the
remaining thread monitor is present
on the machine.
Monitor mode allows for optical
monitoring of the bobbin.
Sewing stops and a notice is shown
on the display when the bobbin is
detected to be nearly empty. If the
parameter is not activated, only the
LEDs on the machine arm give a
warning if the bobbin is empty.
Sewing foot lower position Value range
On/Off
t Clean
Value range
0000 – 5000 [ms]
Duration for which the lens is blown
clear with compressed air.
The process takes place as the
thread is cut.
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Menu item
Setting option 1
Setting option 2
Software / Stitch Counter Counter Type
Value range
In Software mode, the bobbin is
A/B/C/D
monitored by the software based on
the number of stitches sewn.
4 different counters can be applied.
The following 3 subitems can be set
for each of the counters.
Counter value
Value range
00000 - 99999
Bobbin supply capacity in stitches.
This is a very variable value, which
depends on the size of the bobbin
and the thickness of the thread.
Sewing stop
Value range
On/Off
Sewing stops and a notice is shown
on the display when the bobbin is
detected to be nearly empty. If the
parameter is not activated, only the
LEDs on the machine arm give a
warning if the bobbin is empty.
Sewing foot lower position Value range
On/Off
Reset necessary
Value range
On/Off
It is only possible to resume sewing
after changing the bobbin and
confirming the message on the
control panel.
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5.6.3.2 Setting the Correction speed effect
parameters
Some parameters are affected by high speeds because of
the resulting physical effects. To counteract these effects and
to achieve consistent results, even at high speeds, adjustment
factors can be set depending on the speed.
Overview of settings modes
The correction of the effects of high speeds can be identified in
various modes and responded to depending on the setting.
This general explanation can be applied to the following specific
parameters.
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Setting mode
Description
linear
In the linear setting, the size of the parameter
increases or decreases steadily as the speed
increases. The increase/decrease of the parameter
depends on the limits set for the minimum and
maximum speed.
2.OnOff
If a certain speed is exceeded, the 2nd value of the
parameter is activated. If the speed then falls below
this level again, it switches to the base value for the
parameter.
2.On
If a certain speed is exceeded, the 2nd value of the
parameter is activated. If the speed then falls below
this level again, it does NOT switch to the base value
for the parameter. Only after finishing the seam by
cutting the thread is the base value for the parameter
set again.
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Setting options Stitch length
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Stitch length
Value range -50 – 50 [%]
Maximum stitch length
variation reached at the
upper speed limit.
Min.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed at which the
increase/reduction of stitch
length should start.
Max.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed up to which the
increase/reduction of stitch
length should occur.
Min.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2. Value On Min.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2. Value
On/Off
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used.
2nd stitch length should be
used.
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Setting options Needle thread tension
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Needle thread
tension
Value range 00 – 99
Maximum needle thread
tension reached at the
upper speed limit.
Min.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed at which the
increase in needle thread
tension should start.
Max.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed up to which the
increase in needle thread
tension should occur.
Min.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2. Value On Min.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2. Value
On/Off
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2nd needle thread tension
should be used.
2nd needle thread tension
should be used.
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Setting options Sewing foot pressure
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Sewing foot pressure Maximum sewing foot
Value range 00 – 20
pressure reached at the
upper speed limit.
Min.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed at which the
increase in sewing foot
pressure should start.
Max.
sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed up to which the
increase in sewing foot
pressure should occur.
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5.6.3.3 Setting the Material thickness detection
parameters
To achieve consistently good sewing results for different material
thicknesses, some parameters can be adjusted specifically to
the material thickness.
Overview of settings modes
The material thickness can be identified in various modes and
responded to depending on the setting. This general explanation
can be applied to the following specific parameters.
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Setting mode
Description
linear
In the linear setting, the size of the parameter
increases or decreases steadily as the material
thickness increases. The increase/decrease of the
parameter depends on the limits set for the minimum
and the maximum material thickness.
2.OnOff
If a certain material thickness is exceeded, the 2nd
value of the parameter is activated. If the material
thickness then falls below this level again, it switches
to the base value for the parameter.
2.On
If a certain material thickness is exceeded, the 2nd
value of the parameter is activated. If the material
thickness then falls below this level again, it does
NOT switch to the base value for the parameter.
Only after finishing the seam by cutting the thread is
the base value for the parameter set again.
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Setting options Sewing foot stroke
Menu item Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Maximum sewing foot
stroke reached at the upper
material thickness limit.
Sewing foot stroke
Value range 00 – 09 [mm]
Min. Material
Material thickness at which
thickness
the increase in sewing foot
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] stroke should start.
Max. Material
Material thickness up to
thickness
which the increase in
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] sewing foot stroke should
occur.
2.OnOff
Min. Material
Material thickness from
thickness
which the 2nd sewing foot
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] stroke should be used.
2.On
Min. Material
Material thickness from
thickness
which the 2nd sewing foot
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] stroke should be used.
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Setting options Stitch length
Menu item Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Maximum stitch length
variation reached at the
upper material thickness
limit.
Stitch length
Value range -50 – 50 [%]
Min. Material
Material thickness at which
thickness
the increase/reduction of
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] stitch length should start.
Max. Material
Material thickness up to
thickness
which the increase/
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] reduction of stitch length
should occur.
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2.OnOff
Min. Material
Material thickness from
thickness
which the 2nd stitch length
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] should be used.
2.On
Min. Material
Material thickness from
thickness
which the 2nd stitch length
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] should be used.
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Setting options Needle thread tension
Menu item Setting 1
linear
Setting 2
Needle thread tension Maximum needle thread
Value range 00 – 99
tension reached at the
upper material thickness
limit.
Min. Material
Material thickness at which
thickness
the increase in needle
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] thread tension should start.
Max. Material
Material thickness up to
thickness
which the increase in
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] needle thread tension
should occur.
2.OnOff
Min. Material
Material thickness from
thickness
which the 2nd needle
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] thread tension should be
used.
2.On
Min. Material
Material thickness from
thickness
which the 2nd needle
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] thread tension should be
used.
Setting options Sewing foot pressure
Menu item Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Maximum sewing foot
pressure reached at the
upper material thickness
limit.
Sewing foot pressure
Value range 00 – 20
Min. Material
Material thickness at which
thickness
the increase in sewing foot
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] pressure should start.
Max. Material
Material thickness up to
thickness
which the increase in
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] sewing foot pressure
should occur.
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Setting options Max. sewing speed
Menu item Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Maximum speed reached
at the upper material
thickness limit.
Max.
sewing speed
Value range 0000 – 4000
Min. Material
Material thickness at which
thickness
the increase in sewing
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] speed should start.
Max. Material
Material thickness up to
thickness
which the increase in
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] sewing speed should
occur.
5.6.3.4 Setting the Outputs (Output) parameter
This parameter provides virtual outputs that can be assigned
customer-specific functions. They can be used when customerspecific applications require a signal from the control of the
machine.
These parameters cannot be used unless the virtual outputs
have been assigned to a physical output at the Technician level.
This requires that the parameter Additional I/O Configuration be configured at the Technician level; for more details,
refer to the explanation in the  Service Instructions.
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5.6.4
Setting the Segment Begin parameters
There are various options for setting the Segment Begin
parameters. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
Icon
Parameter
Setting
Parameter Seam Begin
Needle thread clamp
The needle thread clamp is closed at
Value range
On/Off
the 1st stitch of the seam to ensure that
the needle thread lies on the underside
of the sewing material
Seam begin bartack settings
Bartack at seam begin
Value range
On/Off
Number of stitches backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches forward
Value range
01 - 50
Number of bartack sections
A bartack consists of several sections.
If the sewing direction is changed, a
new section is started. The number of
sections in a bartack can be set here.
Value range
01 - 99
Stop-Time for direction
change
The waiting time at the turning points
(for example for a change of sewing
direction) is set at this point. A short
waiting time in milliseconds should
ensure consistent seam quality
(ornamental-stitch bartack)
Value range
0000 – 1000 [ms]
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Parameter
Setting
Stitch length default
If this function is active, the same stitch
length is used for the bartack as the one
set in Manual mode. If this function is
deactivated, a custom input can be
entered.
On/Off
Stitch length of stitches
forward
Value range
01.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Stitch length of backwards
stitches
Value range
01.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Value range
0000 - 2000
Speed in bartack
Single stitches per pedal
Value range
If this function is activated, each stitch On/Off
in the bartack can be sewn individually
by pressing the pedal. This function can
only be used meaningfully if the speed
is set very low for the bartack.
Needle thread tension default Value range
If this function is active, the same
On/Off
needle thread tension is used for the
bartack as the one set in Manual mode.
If this function is deactivated, a custom
input can be entered.
Catch bartack
To ensure a safe sewing start and
complete sewing of the start bartack, an
additional bartack can precede the start
bartack.
Only the number of forward and
backward stitches can be selected.
The stitch length cannot be set individually – it corresponds to the stitch length
of the normal start bartack.
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On/Off
Number of stitches backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches forward
Value range
01 - 50
Number of bartack sections
Value range
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Parameter
Setting
First bartack section
On/Off
The 1st section of the bartack can be
Number of stitches
programmed with a different number of
Value range
stitches. All subsequent sections have
01 - 50
the preset number of stitches from the
settings for the start bartack.
Last bartack section
The last section of the bartack can be
programmed with a different number
of stitches. All previous sections have
the preset number of stitches from the
settings for the end bartack.
On/Off
Invert bartack direction
Normally, a bartack starts either with
the sewing direction (forwards – even
number of sections) or against the
sewing direction (backwards – odd
number of sections), depending on
the number of sections.
Setting this parameter inverts the
sewing direction of the bartack.
Value range
On/Off
Number of stitches
Value range
01 - 50
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Setting the Segment parameters
There are various options for setting the parameters in the
segment. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
Icon
Parameter
Setting
Seam Parameter
Stitch length
Value range
00.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on the sewing equipment
and the subclass)
Needle thread tension
Value range
01 - 99
Sewing foot pressure
Value range
01 - 20
Sewing foot stroke
Value range
1.0 – 9.0 [mm]
Max. Speed
Value range
It is possible to reduce the maximum 0050 – 3800 [rpm]
sewing speed at this point. The value (depending on subclass)
of the maximum sewing speed can be
set in the software at the Technician
level.
Sewing foot lift at stop
Value range
On/Off
Height of sewing foot lift
at Sewing stop
Value range
00 – 20 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Light barrier
Value range
(optional additional equipment)
On/Off
The light barrier detects the beginning (see  p. 130)
and the end of the material. After a
signal was detected, sewing can
continue automatically with the
specifically set parameters.
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5.6.6
Setting the Segment End parameters
There are various options for setting the parameters at the
segment end. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
Icon
Parameter
Setting
Parameter Seam End
Sewing foot lift after trim
Value range
On/Off
Height of sewing foot lift after
trim
Value range
00 – 20 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Thread trimmer
Value range
On/Off
End bartack parameters
Bartack at seam end
Value range
On/Off
Number of stitches backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches forward
Value range
01 - 50
Number of bartack sections
Value range
A bartack consists of several sections. If the
01 - 99
sewing direction is changed, a new section is
started. The number of sections in a bartack can
be set here.
Stop-Time for direction change
Value range
The waiting time at the turning points (for exam- 0000 – 1000 [ms]
ple for a change of sewing direction) is set at this
point. A short waiting time in milliseconds should
ensure consistent seam quality
(ornamental-stitch bartack).
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Parameter
Setting
Stitch length default
If this function is active, the same stitch length is
used for the bartack as the one set in Manual
mode. If this function is deactivated, a custom
input can be entered.
On/Off
Stitch length of
stitches forward
Value range
01.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Stitch length of
backwards stitches
Value range
01.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Value range
0000 - 2000
Speed in bartack
Single stitches per pedal
Value range
If this function is activated, each stitch in the
On/Off
bartack can be sewn individually by pressing the
pedal. This function can only be used meaningfully if the speed is set very low for the bartack.
Needle thread tension default
Value range
If this function is active, the same needle thread On/Off
tension is used for the bartack as the one set in
Manual mode. If this function is deactivated, a
custom input can be entered.
Catch bartack
To ensure a safe sewing start and complete sewing of the start bartack, an additional bartack can
precede the start bartack.
Only the number of forward and backward
stitches can be selected. The stitch length cannot be set individually – it corresponds to the
stitch length of the normal start bartack.
On/Off
Number of stitches
backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches
forward
Value range
01 - 50
Number of bartack
sections
Value range
01 - 10
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Parameter
Setting
First bartack section
On/Off
The 1st section of the bartack can be programmed
Number of stitches
with a different number of stitches. All subsequent
Value range
sections have the preset number of stitches from
01 - 50
the settings for the start bartack.
Last bartack section
The last section of the bartack can be programmed
with a different number of stitches. All previous
sections have the preset number of stitches from
the settings for the end bartack.
On/Off
Number of stitches
Value range
01 - 50
Invert bartack direction
Value range
Normally, a bartack starts either with the sewing On/Off
direction (forwards – even number of sections)
or against the sewing direction (backwards – odd
number of sections), depending on the number
of sections.
Setting this parameter inverts the sewing
direction of the bartack.
5.6.7
Using bobbin wind mode
A bobbin can be wound without sewing. You can choose if you
want the winding process to stop automatically when the bobbin
is full or not until the bobbin shaft has completed a certain number
of rotations.
To use bobbin wind mode:
1.
When setting up the user interface ( p. 78), drag the tile
for bobbin wind mode onto the main screen.
2.
Tap
3.
Tap on the bobbin wind mode symbol and choose between
Lever and Rotations.
to return to Manual mode.
4.
Define and confirm the settings.

Bobbin wind mode begins.
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Using Automatic mode
Automatic mode is comprised of all stored programs.
To access the Automatic mode:
1.
Tap the symbol
to bring up the navigation pane.

This opens the navigation interface.
Fig. 55: Using Automatic mode (1)
①
(1) - Automatic mode
2.
Tap Automatic mode (1).

The interface of Automatic mode opens. The program
stored last is loaded.
The display shows tiles and information below the upper bar
that vary with the selected program:
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Fig. 56: Using Automatic mode (2)
Explanations of icons/symbols in Automatic mode:
Symbol/Icon
Meaning
Selected program
Move to the next or previous step in seams/
segments - also during the seam
X
Abort a seam program
Seam/segment including information on the
settings for seam beginning, seam and seam
end
Display of the entire program including its
seams and segments.
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Symbol/Icon
Meaning
Adjustment factors that can still be adjusted
during the seam
Grayed-out tiles for information on the set
parameters can be adjusted by programming
( p. 108).
Dark gray tiles can only be activated or deactivated. You define which tiles will be visible by
programming ( p. 108).
5.7.1
Sewing in Automatic mode
To sew in Automatic mode:
1.
Select the program.
2.
Press the pedal forward and sew.

You can see the following on the control panel:
Fig. 57: Sewing in Automatic mode
①
②
(1) - Progress in the segment
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Possible actions in the course of the seam
The following table lists the functions that can be performed in
the course of the seam.
Button/Pedal Function
Go to the next or previous step in the seams/ segments
Push the
Lift sewing foot.
pedal halfway
back
Push the
Cut off or cancel the program.
pedal fully
The program remains stopped at the cutoff point.
back or cancel
by tapping
the X
5.7.2
Canceling a program in Automatic mode
To cancel a program in Automatic mode:
1.
Push the pedal fully back.

The program is canceled and the thread cut. The machine
takes note of where the program was canceled, and then
continues from the same point when sewing resumes.
2.
To cancel the program completely, press the pedal all the way
backwards again.

The program is canceled, and the machine starts from the
first seam section in the program when sewing resumes.
Important
Canceling by pedal is only possible if the parameter segment
switch by pedal is NOT active in the program defaults at the
Technician level.
If the parameter is still active, you can cancel the program only
by tapping the cross on the control panel.
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5.8
Using Programming mode
Programming mode allows you to create new programs and copy
and adjust existing programs.
To access Programming mode:
1.
Tap the symbol
to bring up the navigation pane.

This opens the navigation interface.
Fig. 58: Using Programming mode (1)
①
(1) - Programming mode
2.
Tap Programming.

The user interface for Programming mode opens.
Fig. 59: Using Programming mode (2)
①
③
②
(1) - Manage the programs
(2) - Edit the seams/segments
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5.8.1
Managing programs
You can create, delete and copy programs. Managing the items
is quick and easy thanks to the buttons listed below.
Create a new program
Delete a selected program
Copy and insert a program
Search for a program name
5.8.2
Managing seams
You can create, delete and copy seams. You can also add tiles
to the main screen or the status bar. Managing the items is quick
and easy thanks to the buttons listed below.
Settings in the selected program (edit seam)
Add seam
Delete seam
Copy and insert a seam
Place tiles on the main screen of the program (grid),
see  p. 78.
Place information in the status bar of the program,
see  p. 78.
Exit Programming/Edit and return to the beginning of
the program (in Automatic mode)
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5.8.3
Editing the segments of a seam
This section allows you to set the parameters for the current seam.
To edit the segments of a seam:
1.
Tap on the desired seam.

The seam is highlighted in blue.
Fig. 60: Editing the segments of a seam (1)
2.
Tap on the symbol
.

The interface used for setting the parameters opens:
Fig. 61: Editing the segments of a seam (2)
⑥
①
②
③
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
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④
- Manage segments
- Parameters cross-segment
- Parameters Segment
- Parameters Segment End/
Seam end
⑤
(5) - Parameters Segment Begin/
Seam Begin
(6) - List of adjustable parameters
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5.8.4
Managing segments
You can create, delete and copy segments. Managing the items
is quick and easy thanks to the buttons listed below.
Edit segments
Add segment
Delete segment
Copy and insert a segment
5.8.5
Setting program parameters
There are various options for setting the cross-program parameters. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
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Parameter
Setting
Additional values (+)
Additional value stitch
length (+)
The 2nd value for the stitch length can
be switched on using a button on the
push button panel or the tile on the
control panel.
Additional value sewing foot
stroke (+)
Value range
00.0 - 12.0
(depending on sewing equipment
and subclass)
Value range
05.0 - 09.0 [mm]
The 2nd value for the sewing foot
stroke can be switched on using a button on the push button panel, the knee
button or the tile on the control panel.
Additional value needle
thread tension (+)
Value range
01 - 99
The 2nd value for the needle thread
tension can be switched on using a
button on the push button panel or
the tile on the control panel.
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Parameter
Setting
Gap (2nd value)
Value range
01.0 – 45.0 [mm]
The 2nd value for the gap can be
switched on using a button on the push
button panel or the tile on the control
panel.
Program Cycle
Next program
A subsequent program can be defined.
Input via program number.
Program Cycle
The program is executed as a loop,
which is useful, for instance, for
ornamental stitch seams.
You select the start segment and the
end segment from a program and
define how often you wish the selected
segments to be sewn.
On/Off
Start Segment
Value range 00 – 30
(0 = the cycle starts with the first
segment)
End Segment
Value range 00 – 30
(0 = the cycle ends with the last
segment)
Repetitions
Value range 00 – 99
(0 = the cycle continues until the next
segment is activated manually)
Main Parameter
Value range
Needle thread clamp
The needle thread clamp is closed at On/Off
the 1st stitch of the seam to ensure that
the needle thread lies on the underside
of the sewing material
Bobbin monitor mode
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Parameter
Setting
Counter mode
Off/Up/Down
Daily piece counter, can be set to count
Reset
either up or down.
When the daily piece counter is
activated, it must be reset once after
entering a value to ensure it counts
correctly.
Point position
The distance of the needle from the
material can be adjusted to allow
precise positioning of the sewing
material when starting sewing.
The value entered corresponds to the
degree number on the handwheel.
000 - 359 [°]
Correction speed effect
Correction speed effect
Value range
On/Off
(see  p. 117)
Stitch length
The stitch length changes slightly
depending on the speed. For this reason, the stitch length can be adjusted
at different speeds by the software.
Needle thread tension
Depending on the speed, the needle
thread tension can be adjusted at different speeds by the software.
Sewing foot pressure
Depending on the speed, the sewing
foot pressure can be adjusted at different speeds by the software.
Material thickness detection
Material thickness detection
Value range
On/Off
(see  p. 121)
Sewing foot stroke
The sewing foot stroke can be
adjusted to different material thicknesses by the software.
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Icon
114
Parameter
Setting
Stitch length
The stitch length changes slightly
depending on the material thickness.
For this reason, the stitch length can
be adjusted to different material
thicknesses by the software.
Needle thread tension
Depending on the material thickness,
the needle thread tension can be
adjusted to different material
thicknesses by the software.
Sewing foot pressure
The sewing foot pressure can be
adjusted to different material
thicknesses by the software.
Max. sewing speed
The maximum sewing speed can
be adjusted to different material
thicknesses by the software.
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5.8.5.1 Setting the Bobbin monitor mode parameters
The amount of remaining thread on the bobbin can be monitored
optically or by software using this setting.
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
Sewing stop
Value range
On/Off
Off
Monitor
Monitor mode can
only be used if the
additional equipment
of the remaining
thread monitor is
present on the
machine. Monitor
mode allows for
optical monitoring of
the bobbin.
Sewing stops and a notice is
shown on the display when
the bobbin is detected to be
nearly empty. If the parameter is not activated, only the
LEDs on the machine arm
give a warning if the bobbin
is empty.
Sewing foot lower
position
Value range
On/Off
t Clean
Value range
0000 – 5000 [ms]
Duration for which the lens is
blown clear with compressed
air. The process takes place
as the thread is cut.
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Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
Software /
Stitch Counter
In Software mode,
the bobbin is monitored by the software
based on the number of stitches sewn.
Counter Type
Value range
A/B/C/D
4 different counters can be
applied. The following 3 subitems can be set for each of
the counters.
Counter value
Value range
00000 - 99999
Bobbin supply capacity in
stitches. This is a very variable value, which depends
on the size of the bobbin and
the thickness of the thread.
Sewing stop
Value range
On/Off
Sewing stops and a notice is
shown on the display when
the bobbin is detected to be
nearly empty. If the parameter is not activated, only the
LEDs on the machine arm
give a warning if the bobbin
is empty.
Sewing foot lower
position
Value range
On/Off
Reset necessary
Value range
On/Off
It is only possible to resume
sewing after changing the
bobbin and confirming the
message on the control
panel.
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5.8.5.2 Setting the Correction speed effect
parameters
Some parameters are affected by high speeds because of
the resulting physical effects. To counteract these effects and
to achieve consistent results, even at high speeds, adjustment
factors can be set depending on the speed.
Overview of settings modes
The correction of the effects of high speeds can be identified in
various modes and responded to depending on the setting.
This general explanation can be applied to the following specific
parameters.
Setting mode
Description
linear
In the linear setting, the size of the parameter
increases or decreases steadily as the speed
increases. The increase/decrease of the parameter
depends on the limits set for the minimum and
maximum speed.
2.Value
On/Off
If a certain speed is exceeded, the 2nd value of the
parameter is activated. If the speed then falls below
this level again, it switches to the base value for the
parameter.
2. Value On
If a certain speed is exceeded, the 2nd value of the
parameter is activated. If the speed then falls below
this level again, it does NOT switch to the base value
for the parameter. Only after finishing the seam by
cutting the thread is the base value for the parameter
set again.
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Setting options Stitch length
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Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Stitch length
Value range -50 – 50 [%]
Maximum stitch length
variation reached at the
upper speed limit.
Min. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed at which the
increase/reduction of stitch
length should start.
Max. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed up to which the
increase/reduction of stitch
length should occur.
2.Value
On/Off
Min. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2nd stitch length should be
used.
2.Value
Min. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2nd stitch length should be
used.
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Setting options Needle thread tension
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Needle thread
tension
Value range 00 – 99
Maximum needle thread
tension reached at the
upper speed limit.
Min. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed at which the
increase in needle thread
tension should start.
Max. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed up to which the
increase in needle thread
tension should occur.
Min. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2nd needle thread tension
should be used.
2. Value On Min. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed from which the
2nd needle thread tension
should be used.
2.Value
On/Off
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Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Sewing foot pressure Maximum sewing foot
Value range 00 – 20
pressure reached at the
upper speed limit.
Min. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed at which the
increase in sewing foot
pressure should start.
Max. sewing speed
Value range
0000 – 4000 [rpm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed up to which the
increase in sewing foot
pressure should occur.
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5.8.5.3 Setting the Material thickness detection
parameters
To achieve consistently good sewing results for different material
thicknesses, some parameters can be adjusted specifically to the
material thickness.
Overview of settings modes
The material thickness can be identified in various modes and
responded to depending on the setting. This general explanation
can be applied to the following specific parameters.
Setting mode
Description
linear
In the linear setting, the size of the parameter
increases or decreases steadily as the material
thickness increases. The increase/decrease of the
parameter depends on the limits set for the minimum
and the maximum material thickness.
2.Value
On/Off
If a certain material thickness is exceeded, the 2nd
value of the parameter is activated. If the material
thickness then falls below this level again, it switches
to the base value for the parameter.
2. Value On
If a certain material thickness is exceeded, the 2nd
value of the parameter is activated. If the material
thickness then falls below this level again, it does
NOT switch to the base value for the parameter.
Only after finishing the seam by cutting the thread is
the base value for the parameter set again.
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Setting options Sewing foot stroke
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Sewing foot stroke
Value range 00 – 09 [mm]
Maximum sewing foot
stroke reached at the
upper material thickness limit.
Min. Material thickness Material thickness at
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the increase in
sewing foot stroke
should start.
Max. Material thickness Material thickness up
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] to which the increase
in sewing foot stroke
should occur.
2.Value
On/Off
Min. Material thickness Material thickness
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] from which the
2nd sewing foot stroke
should be used.
2. Value On Min. Material thickness Material thickness
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] from which the
2nd sewing foot stroke
should be used.
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Setting options Stitch length
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Stitch length
Value range -50 – 50 [%]
Maximum stitch length
variation reached at the
upper material thickness limit.
Min. Material thickness Material thickness at
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the increase/
reduction of stitch length
should start.
Max. Material thickness Material thickness up to
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the increase/
reduction of stitch length
should occur.
2.Value
On/Off
Min. Material thickness Material thickness from
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the 2nd stitch
length should be used.
2. Value On Min. Material thickness Material thickness from
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the 2nd stitch
length should be used.
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Setting options Needle thread tension
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Needle thread tension
Value range 00 – 99
Maximum needle
thread tension reached
at the upper material
thickness limit.
Min. Material thickness Material thickness at
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the increase in
needle thread tension
should start.
Max. Material thickness Material thickness up to
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the increase in
needle thread tension
should occur.
2.Value
On/Off
Min. Material thickness Material thickness from
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the 2nd needle
thread tension should
be used.
2. Value On Min. Material thickness Material thickness from
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the 2nd needle
thread tension should
be used.
Setting options Sewing foot pressure
Menu item
Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Sewing foot pressure
Value range 00 – 20
Maximum sewing foot
pressure reached at
the upper material
thickness limit.
Min. Material thickness Material thickness at
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] which the increase in
sewing foot pressure
should start.
Max. Material thickness Material thickness up
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm] to which the increase in
sewing foot pressure
should occur.
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Setting options Max. sewing speed
Menu item Setting 1
Setting 2
linear
Maximum speed reached
at the upper material
thickness limit.
Max.
sewing speed
Value range 0000 – 4000
Min. Material thickness Material thickness at
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm]
which the increase in
sewing speed should
start.
Max. Material thickness Material thickness up to
Value range 00.0 – 10.0 [mm]
which the increase in
sewing speed should
occur.
5.8.6
Setting the Seam Begin/Segment Begin
parameters
There are various options for setting the Seam Begin/Segment
Begin parameters. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
Icon
Parameter
Setting
Seam begin bartack parameters
Bartack at seam begin
Value range
On/Off
Number of stitches backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches forward
Value range
01 - 50
Number of bartack sections
Value range
A bartack consists of several sections.
01 - 99
If the sewing direction is changed, a new
section is started. The number of sections
in a bartack can be set here.
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Parameter
Setting
Stop-Time for direction change Value range
The waiting time at the turning points (for 0000 – 1000 [ms]
example for a change of sewing direction)
is set at this point. A short waiting time in
milliseconds should ensure consistent
seam quality (ornamental-stitch bartack).
Stitch length default
If this function is active, the same stitch
length is used for the bartack as the one
set in Manual mode. If this function is
deactivated, a custom input can be
entered.
On/Off
Stitch length of stitches
forward
Value range
01.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Stitch length of backwards
stitches
Value range
01.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed in bartack
Value range
0000 - 2000
Single stitches per pedal
Value range
If this function is activated, each stitch in On/Off
the bartack can be sewn individually by
pressing the pedal. This function can only
be used meaningfully if the speed is set
very low for the bartack.
Needle thread tension default
Value range
If this function is active, the same needle On/Off
thread tension is used for the bartack as
the one set in Manual mode. If this function is deactivated, a custom input can be
entered.
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Parameter
Setting
Catch bartack
To ensure a safe sewing start and
complete sewing of the start bartack, an
additional bartack can precede the start
bartack.
Only the number of forward and backward
stitches can be selected. The stitch length
cannot be set individually – it corresponds
to the stitch length of the normal start
bartack.
On/Off
First bartack section
On/Off
Number of stitches backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches forward
Value range
01 - 50
Number of
bartack sections
Value range
01 - 10
The 1st section of the bartack can be
Number of stitches
programmed with a different number of
Value range
stitches. All subsequent sections have the
01 - 50
preset number of stitches from the settings for the start bartack.
Last bartack section
The last section of the bartack can be
programmed with a different number of
stitches. All previous sections have the
preset number of stitches from the settings for the end bartack.
On/Off
Number of stitches
Value range
01 - 50
Invert bartack direction
Value range
Normally, a bartack starts either with the
On/Off
sewing direction (forwards – even number
of sections) or against the sewing direction
(backwards – odd number of sections),
depending on the number of sections.
Setting this parameter inverts the sewing
direction of the bartack.
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5.8.7
Setting the Segment parameters
There are various options for setting the parameters in the
segment. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
Icon
Parameter
Setting
Seam Parameter
Stitch length
Value range
00.0 - 12.0 [mm]
(depending on the sewing equipment
and the subclass)
Needle thread tension
Value range
01 - 99
Sewing foot pressure
Value range
01 - 20
Sewing foot stroke
Value range
1.0 – 9.0 [mm]
Seam length in segment
or
Number of stitches in segment
You can set the active option at the
Technician level Machine configuration > Mode segment size.
The s.p.m. option is set at the factory.
The display remains after the thread
has been cut, while counting/measuring will begin when sewing starts
again.
Max. Speed
Value range
It is possible to reduce the maximum
0050 – 3800 [rpm]
sewing speed at this point. The value of (depending on subclass)
the maximum sewing speed can be set in
the software at the Technician level.
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Needle position
Needle position at sewing stop.
Value range
On/Off
Sewing foot lift at stop
Value range
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Parameter
Setting
Height of sewing foot lift at
Sewing stop
Value range
00 – 20 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Backwards
When the parameter is activated, the
section is sewn backwards.
Value range
On/Off
Seam Center Guide
(only on 2-needle machines, optional
additional equipment)
Value range
On/Off
Puller
(optional additional equipment)
The puller supports the transport of the
sewing material. The feed of the two rollers is calculated automatically based on
the stitch length of the machine.
An adjustment may be necessary
depending on the application.
The rollers of the puller can be adjusted
separately. The input is in percent: a positive value increases the roller feed while
a negative value reduces the feed.
On/Off
Gap
(optional additional equipment)
The edge guide helps to precisely position the sewing material. The value set
indicates the distance between the needle and edge guide/material edge.
Value range
01.0 - 45.0 [mm]
Correction top roller
Value range
-100 – 100 [%]
Correction bottom roller
Value range
-100 – 100 [%]
Light barrier
Value range
(optional additional equipment)
On/Off
The light barrier detects the beginning
(see  p. 130)
and the end of the material. After a signal
was detected, sewing can continue
automatically with the specifically set
parameters.
Output
Output 01-16
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5.8.7.1 Setting the Light barrier parameters
The light barrier detects the beginning and the end of the material.
After a signal was detected, sewing can continue automatically
with the specifically set parameters.
Icon
Menu item
Setting
Distance
Distance from the detection of the
signal to the end of the material.
This distance signifies the path from the
needle to the light barrier. The path is
specified in millimeters and used by the
machine to independently calculate the
number of stitches.
Value range
0 - 255
Signal detection at seam begin Value range
The signal scan of the light barrier is per- On/Off
formed at the beginning of the seam. If
the function is activated, the light barrier
must detect a signal to allow the machine
to sew. If the function is inactive, sewing
can take place without signal detection.
Signal detection at seam end
The signal scan of the light barrier is
performed at the end of the seam. If the
function is active, the machine will
continue to sew with the specifically
set parameters following the signal
detection. If the function is inactive,
nothing will happen.
Value range
On/Off
Seams
Input of the number of signal detections
after which the machine is supposed to
continue with the specifically set
parameters.
Value range
1 - 255
Value range
Filter stitches
Loosely woven fabric with stitches may 0 - 255
cause the light barrier to wrongly detect a
signal. To prevent this from happening,
you enter the number of filter stitches.
This number represents the minimum
number of stitches with signal detection
following the 1st detection of the signal.
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5.8.7.2 Setting the Outputs (Output) parameter
This parameter provides virtual outputs that can be assigned
customer-specific functions. They can be used when customerspecific applications require a signal from the control of the
machine.
These parameters cannot be used unless the virtual outputs have
been assigned to a physical output at the Technician level. This
requires that the parameter Additional I/O Configuration
be configured at the Technician level; for more details, refer to the
explanation in the  Service Instructions.
5.8.8
Setting the Segment End/Seam End parameters
There are various options for setting the parameters at the
segment end. The following table lists all possible options.
Settings that are more complex and therefore require further
explanation are described in more detail after the table.
Icon
Parameter
Setting
Parameter Seam End
Sewing stop
Value range
On/Off
Setting as to what will happen at
the end of a segment/seam.
(see  p. 134)
Adjustments for seam end bartack parameters
Bartack at seam end
Value range
On/Off
Number of stitches backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches forward
Value range
01 - 50
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Icon
Parameter
Setting
Number of bartack sections
A bartack consists of several sections.
If the sewing direction is changed, a new
section is started. The number of sections
in a bartack can be set here.
Value range
01 - 99
Stop-Time for direction change
The waiting time at the turning points (for
example for a change of sewing direction)
is set at this point. A short waiting time in
milliseconds should ensure consistent
seam quality (ornamental-stitch bartack).
Value range
0000 – 1000 [ms]
Stitch length default
If this function is active, the same stitch
length is used for the bartack as the one
set in Manual mode. If this function is
deactivated, a custom input can be
entered.
On/Off
Stitch length of stitches
forward
Value range
01.0 – 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Stitch length of
backwards stitches
Value range
01.0 – 12.0 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Speed in bartack
Value range
0000 - 2000
Single stitches per pedal
If this function is activated, each stitch in
the bartack can be sewn individually by
pressing the pedal. This function can only
be used meaningfully if the speed is set
very low for the bartack.
Value range
On/Off
Needle thread tension default
Value range
If this function is active, the same needle
On/Off
thread tension is used for the bartack as
the one set in Manual mode. If this function
is deactivated, a custom input can be
entered.
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Parameter
Setting
Catch bartack
To ensure a safe sewing start and complete
sewing of the start bartack, an additional
bartack can precede the start bartack.
Only the number of forward and backward
stitches can be selected. The stitch length
cannot be set individually – it corresponds
to the stitch length of the normal start
bartack.
On/Off
Number of stitches backwards
Value range
01 - 50
Number of stitches forward
Value range
01 - 50
Number of bartack sections
Value range
01 - 10
First bartack section
On/Off
The 1st section of the bartack can be
Number of stitches
programmed with a different number of
Value range
stitches. All subsequent sections have the
01 - 50
preset number of stitches from the settings
for the start bartack.
Last bartack section
The last section of the bartack can be
programmed with a different number of
stitches. All previous sections have the
preset number of stitches from the settings
for the end bartack.
On/Off
Number of stitches
Value range
01 - 50
Invert bartack direction
Value range
Normally, a bartack starts either with the
On/Off
sewing direction (forwards – even number
of sections) or against the sewing direction
(backwards – odd number of sections),
depending on the number of sections.
Setting this parameter inverts the sewing
direction of the bartack.
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5.8.8.1 Setting the Sewing stop parameters
You can set additional parameters for the Sewing stop. Possible
settings and the corresponding value ranges are listed in the table.
Icon
Menu item
Setting option
Needle up position
Value range
On/Off
Thread trimmer
Value range
(can only be set in the last On/Off
segment)
Sewing foot lift at Value range
segment end
On/Off
High sewing foot
lift after thread
cutting/at segment
end
5.9
Value range 00 – 20 [mm]
(depending on subclass)
Importing/exporting programs
Programs cannot be imported or exported by the Default User.
This process requires that the user be logged in as a technician,
 Service Instructions.
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5.10 Performing a software update
A software update - for control panel or control - is always
performed on the control panel. The software of the control is
updated automatically whenever a software update is performed
for the control panel. The files necessary for updating the control
are already included in the file updates of the control panel.
To perform a software update:
1.
Log in as a user with the access rights necessary to perform
a software update (see  p. 56 on how to define this setting).
2.
Download the software version from the Internet
(www.duerkopp-adler.com) and save it to a USB key.
3.
Plug the USB key into the port on the control panel.
4.
Open the burger menu and select the menu Settings Software Update.

A window listing the files stored on the USB key opens.
5.
Tap the file containing the software update.

Another window opens.
6.
To start the software update, tap on the Start Update
button.
7.
Wait until advised that the USB key can be removed OR that
the control panel was restarted.
Information
If detecting - while the control panel is being restarted - that the
software of the control requires an update as well, the system will
start this update automatically.
It may take up to 15 minutes for the system to complete the update
and restart the control panel successfully.
8.
Once the control panel has been restarted, the machine can
be used again.
9.
If you have not already done so, you can now remove the
USB key.
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Maintenance
WARNING
Risk of injury from sharp parts!
Punctures and cutting possible.
Prior to any maintenance work, switch off the
machine or set the machine to threading mode.
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving parts!
Crushing possible.
Prior to any maintenance work, switch off the
machine or set the machine to threading mode.
This chapter describes maintenance work that needs to be carried
out on a regular basis to extend the service life of the machine
and achieve the desired seam quality.
Advanced maintenance work may only be carried out by qualified
specialists ( Service Instructions).
Maintenance intervals
Work to be carried out
Operating hours
8
40
Check the bobbins for wear and damage and
replace them if necessary
160
500

Cleaning
Removing lint and thread remnants

Lubricating
Lubricating the machine head
Lubricating the hook
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Work to be carried out
Operating hours
8
40
160
500
Servicing the pneumatic system
Setting the operating pressure

Draining the water condensation

Cleaning the filter element
6.1

Cleaning
WARNING
Risk of injury from flying particles!
Flying particles can enter the eyes, causing
injury.
Wear safety goggles.
Hold the compressed air gun so that the particles
do not fly close to people.
Make sure no particles fly into the oil pan.
NOTICE
Property damage from soiling!
Lint and thread remnants can impair the operation of the
machine.
Clean the machine as described.
NOTICE
Property damage from solvent-based cleaners!
Solvent-based cleaners will damage paintwork.
Use only solvent-free substances for cleaning.
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Fig. 62: Areas requiring special cleaning
④
③
①
②
(1) - Area around the needle
(2) - Hook
(3) - Area under the throat plate
(4) - Cutter on the winder
Areas particularly susceptible to soiling:
•
•
•
•
Cutter on the winder for the hook thread (4)
Area under the throat plate (3)
Hook (2)
Area around the needle (1)
To clean the machine:
1.
Switch off the machine at the main switch.
2.
Remove any lint and thread remnants using a compressed
air gun or a brush.
Important
If you wish to clean the machine with cleaning agents, do not
use just any cleaner. To prevent damage to the surfaces, use
the cleaner MONOCLEAN X400. Follow the instructions on how
to use this cleaning agent to prevent damage to the machine.
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6.2
Lubricating
CAUTION
Risk of injury from contact with oil!
Oil can cause a rash if it comes into contact
with skin.
Avoid skin contact with oil.
If oil has come into contact with your skin, wash
the affected areas thoroughly.
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect oil!
Incorrect oil types can result in damage to the machine.
Only use oil that complies with the data in the instructions.
CAUTION
Risk of environmental damage from oil!
Oil is a pollutant and must not enter the sewage
system or the soil.
Carefully collect up used oil.
Dispose of used oil and oily machine parts in
accordance with national regulations.
The machine is equipped with a central oil-wick lubrication system.
The bearings are supplied from the oil reservoir.
For topping off the oil reservoir, use only lubricating oil DA 10 or
oil of equivalent quality with the following specifications:
• Viscosity at 40 °C:10 mm2/s
• Flash point: 150 °C
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You can order the lubricating oil from our sales offices using the
following part numbers.
Container
Part no.
250 ml
9047 000011
1l
9047 000012
2l
9047 000013
5l
9047 000014
6.2.1
Lubricating the machine head
Proper setting
The oil level is between the minimum level marking and the
maximum level marking.
Fig. 63: Lubricating the machine head
①
②
③
(1) - Refill opening
(2) - Maximum level marking
(3) - Minimum level marking
To lubricate the machine head:
1.
Check the oil level indicator at the inspection glass every day.
2.
If the inspection glass lights up red, the machine is not
sufficiently supplied with oil.
3.
If the oil level is below the minimum level marking (3):
Pour oil through the refill opening (1) but no higher than the
maximum level marking (2).
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6.2.2
Lubricating the hook
CAUTION
Risk of injury!
Crushing and puncture possible.
Only lubricate the hook when the machine is
switched off. Carry out function tests with utmost
caution when the sewing machine is switched on.
The approved oil quantity for hook lubrication is a factory
specification.
Proper setting
1.
Hold a piece of blotting paper next to the hook.
2.
Allow the machine to run without thread and sewing material
for 10 seconds with the sewing feet lifted and at a high speed.

The blotting paper will show a thin strip of oil when sewing is
complete.
Fig. 64: Lubricating the hook
①
(1) - Screw
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To lubricate the hook:
1.
Turn the screw (1):
• counterclockwise: more oil is released
• clockwise: less oil is released
Important
The released amount of oil does not change until the operating
time has run a few minutes. Sew for several minutes before you
check the setting again.
6.3
Servicing the pneumatic system
6.3.1
Setting the operating pressure
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect setting!
Incorrect operating pressure can result in damage to the
machine.
Ensure that the machine is only used when the operating
pressure is set correctly.
Proper setting
Refer to the Technical data ( p. 195) chapter for the
permissible operating pressure. The operating pressure cannot
deviate by more than ± 0.5 bar.
Check the operating pressure on a daily basis.
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Fig. 65: Setting the operating pressure
①
②
(1) - Pressure controller
(2) - Pressure gage
To set the operating pressure:
1.
Pull the pressure controller (1) up.
2.
Turn the pressure controller until the pressure gage (2)
indicates the proper setting:
• Increase pressure = turn clockwise
• Reduce pressure = turn counterclockwise
3.
Push the pressure controller (1) down.
6.3.2
Draining the water-oil mixture
NOTICE
Property damage from excess liquid!
Too much liquid can result in damage to the machine.
Drain liquid as required.
The water separator (2) of the pressure controller will show
accumulation of a water-oil mixture.
Proper setting
The water-oil mixture must not rise up to the level of the filter
element (1).
Check the level of the water-oil mixture in the collection tray (2).
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Fig. 66: Draining the water-oil mixture
①
②
(1) - Filter element
(2) - Collection tray
③
(3) - Drain screw
To drain the water-oil mixture:
1.
Disconnect the machine from the compressed air supply.
2.
Place the collection tray under the drain screw (3).
3.
Loosen the drain screw (3) completely.
4.
Allow the water-oil mixture to drain into the collection tray.
5.
Tighten the drain screw (3).
6.
Connect the machine to the compressed air supply.
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6.3.3
Cleaning the filter element
NOTICE
Damage to the paintwork from solvent-based cleaners!
Solvent-based cleaners damage the filter.
Use only solvent-free substances for washing out the filter
tray.
Fig. 67: Cleaning the filter element
①
②
(1) - Filter element
(2) - Collection tray
③
(3) - Drain screw
To clean the filter element:
1.
Disconnect the machine from the compressed air supply.
2.
Drain the water-oil mixture ( p. 144).
3.
Loosen the collection tray (2).
4.
Loosen the filter element (1).
5.
Blow out the filter element (1) using a compressed air gun.
6.
Wash out the filter tray using benzine.
7.
Tighten the filter element (1).
8.
Tighten the collection tray (2).
9.
Tighten the drain screw (3).
10. Connect the machine to the compressed air supply.
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Parts list
A parts list can be ordered from Dürkopp Adler. Or visit our
website for further information at:
www.duerkopp-adler.com
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Setup
WARNING
Risk of injury from cutting parts!
Cutting injuries may be sustained while
unpacking and setting up the machine.
Only qualified specialists may set up the machine.
Wear safety gloves
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving parts!
Crushing injuries may be sustained while
unpacking and setting up the machine.
Only qualified specialists may set up the machine.
Wear safety shoes.
7.1
Checking the scope of delivery
The scope of delivery depends on your specific order. Check that
the scope of delivery is correct after taking delivery.
7.2
Removing the transport locks
Remove all transport locks before setting up the machine:
• Lashing straps and wooden blocks from the machine
head, the table and the stand
• Supporting wedges between machine arm and throat
plate
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7.3
Assembling the stand
Fig. 68: Assembling the stand
⑧
①
①
④
⑦
②
⑤
③
⑥
④
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
- Inner bar
- Holder for oil can
- Adjusting wheel
- Stand bar
⑤
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
- Foot strut
- Cross strut
- Cross bar
- Head section - inner bar
To assemble the stand:
1.
Screw the cross bar(s)* (7) onto the stand bars (4).
2.
Screw the oil can holder (2) at the rear to the upper cross
bar (7).
3.
Screw the cross strut (6) to the foot struts (5).
4.
Insert the inner bars (1) in such a way that the longer end
of the head section (8) is above the longer end of the foot
struts (5).
5.
Tighten the inner bars (1) down so that both head sections (8)
are at the same height.
6.
Important: Turn the adjusting wheel (3) so that the stand
has even contact with the ground.
* Stand components for long arm machines have 2 cross bars,
and the other stand components have 1 cross bar.
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7.4
Assembling the pedal and setpoint device
Fig. 69: Assembling the pedal and setpoint device
⑥
⑤
①
②
10°
③
(1) - Pedal rod
(2) - Screw
(3) - Cross strut
④
(4) - Pedal
(5) - Setpoint device
(6) - Bracket
To assemble pedal and setpoint device:
1.
Fit the pedal (4) on the cross strut (3) and align it in such
a way that the middle of the pedal is under the needle.
The cross strut has elongated holes to allow for the alignment
of the pedal.
2.
Tighten the pedal (4) on the cross strut (3).
3.
Screw the bracket (6) under the tabletop so that the pedal
rod (1) runs to the pedal (4) at right-angles to the setpoint
device (5).
4.
Screw the setpoint device (5) onto the bracket (6).
5.
Attach the pedal rod (1) with the ball sockets to the setpoint
device (5) and to the pedal (4).
6.
Pull the pedal rod (1) to the correct length:
Proper setting
10° inclination with pedal (4) released
7.
Tighten the screw (2).
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7.5
Tabletop
Ensure that the tabletop has sufficient load-bearing capacity and
strength. If you want to make your own tabletop, use the dimensions given in the diagram Appendix ( p. 197) as a template.
7.5.1
Completing the tabletop
The tabletop is optional. Drawings are provided in the appendix
to allow you to independently assemble a tabletop ( p. 197).
Fig. 70: Completing the tabletop
①
⑦
⑥
②
⑧
⑤
③
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
④
- Cable duct
- Slot
- Drawer
- Oil pan
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
- Rubber strip
- Hole
- Reel stand
- Tilt sensor magnet
To complete the tabletop:
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1.
Screw the drawer (3) with the left-hand bracket to the
underside of the tabletop.
2.
Assemble the tilt sensor magnet (8) on the side of the
tabletop cutout.
3.
Screw the oil pan (4) in place under the slot for the machine.
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4.
Screw the cable duct (1) to the underside of the tabletop.
5.
Insert the reel stand (7) into the hole.
6.
Assemble the reel stand (7) with nut and washer.
7.
Tighten the thread reel holder and the unwinding bracket on
the reel stand (7) in such a way that they are exactly opposite
each other.
8.
Insert the plug (6) in the hole.
9.
Insert the lower hinge parts into the slots (2).
7.5.2
Assembling the tabletop to the stand
Fig. 71: Assembling the tabletop to the stand
①
①
②
②
(1) - Head section
(2) - Screws
To assemble the tabletop to the stand:
1.
Place the tabletop on the head sections (1) of the inner bars.
2.
Use the screws (2) to fasten the tabletop at the screw holes
of the head sections.
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7.6
Setting the working height
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving parts!
The tabletop can sink under its own weight when
the screws on the stand bars are loosened.
Crushing possible.
Ensure that your hands are not jammed when
loosening the screws.
CAUTION
Risk of musculoskeletal damage from
incorrect setting!
The operator can sustain musculoskeletal
damage if failing to comply with the ergonomic
requirements.
Adjust the working height to the body height of
the person who will operate the machine.
The working height is continuously adjustable between
750 and 900 mm (clearance between the floor and upper edge
of the tabletop).
Fig. 72: Setting the working height
①
(1) - Screws
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To set the working height:
1.
Loosen the screws (1) on the stand bars.
2.
Set the tabletop to the desired height.
Important
Pull out or push in the tabletop evenly at both sides to prevent
it from jamming.
3.
7.7
Tighten the screws (1) on the stand bars.
Assembling the control
Fig. 73: Assembling the control
①
③
②
(1) - Strain relief mechanism
(2) - Control
(3) - Screw holder
To assemble the control:
1.
Screw the control (2) onto the 4 screw holders (3) under
the tabletop.
2.
Clamp the power cable of the control (2) into the strain relief
mechanism (1).
3.
Screw the strain relief mechanism (1) under the tabletop.
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7.8
Inserting the machine head
WARNING
Risk of injury from moving parts!
The machine head is very heavy.
Crushing possible.
Ensure that your hands are not jammed when
inserting the machine head.
NOTICE
Property damage may occur!
Cable may sustain damage and impair the operation of
the machine.
Always lay the cables so as not to create any chafing or
pinching points.
Fig. 74: Inserting the machine head (1)
②
①
(1) - Rubber inlays
(2) - Upper hinge parts
To insert the machine head:
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1.
Tighten the upper hinge parts (2) onto the machine head.
2.
Guide the cables through the tabletop with great care so as
not to create any chafing or pinching points.
3.
Insert the machine head from above at an angle of 45°.
4.
Insert the upper hinge parts (2) into the rubber inlays (1).
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Fig. 75: Inserting the machine head (2)
③
(3) - Locking mechanism
5.
Assemble the locking mechanism (3) to tabletop and
machine. Tilt the machine head forward and insert it into
the slot in the tabletop.
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7.9
Assembling the tilt sensor
Fig. 76: Assembling the tilt sensor (1)
③
①
②
1 mm
(1) - Sensor
(2) - Magnet
(3) - Edge
Install the tilt sensor as follows:
1.
Tilt the machine head.

The sensor (1) has been pre-assembled on the machine
head.
The magnet (2) and wood screws are in the bag that contains
the bobbins.
2.
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Use the wood screws to tighten the magnet (2) on the edge (3)
in the tabletop cutout ( p. 220).
Tighten the magnet (2) approx. 1 mm below the edge of
the table.
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Fig. 77: Assembling the tilt sensor (2)
The magnet and the sensor face one another when the machine
head is erected.
7.10 Changing the handwheel
The handwheel that ships with the machine is the large handwheel.
The large handwheel can be replaced with the included small
handwheel.
Important
When assembling the small handwheel, the included cover
must be positioned above the handwheel and tightened on
the machine.
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Fig. 78: Changing the handwheel
①
②
③
④
⑤
⑥
⑦
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
- Large handwheel
- Hole
- Screws
- Pin
(5) - Small handwheel
(6) - Cover
(7) - Screws
To change the handwheel:
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1.
Loosen the screws (3).
2.
Remove the large handwheel (1).
3.
Position the small handwheel (5) above the pulley in such a
way that the pin (4) protruding on the inside of the handwheel
fits into the matching hole (2) in the pulley.
4.
Tighten the small handwheel (5) using the screws (3).
5.
Place the cover (6) and tighten it using the screws (7).
6.
The handwheel has been changed.
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7.11 Assembling the knee button
Fig. 79: Assembling the knee button
②
①
(1) - Knee button
(2) - Connecting cable
(3) - Plug
To assemble the knee button:
1.
Screw the knee button (1) in front of the oil pan firmly in place
under the tabletop.
2.
Guide the connecting cable (2) to the back between the oil
pan and the control.
3.
Insert the plug of the knee button into the socket of the control.
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7.12 Assembling the oil extraction line
Fig. 80: Assembling the oil extraction line
②
①
(1) - Filter
(2) - Hose
To assemble the oil extraction line:
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1.
Tilt the machine head.
2.
Tighten the filter (1) inside the oil pan with the plastic adapter
to the right.
3.
Insert the tube (2) of the oil extraction line into the plastic
adapter.
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7.13 Electrical connection
DANGER
Risk of death from live components!
Unprotected contact with electricity can result in
serious injuries or death.
Only qualified specialists may perform work on
electrical equipment.
Important
The voltage on the type plate of the sewing motor must correspond
to the mains voltage.
7.13.1 Establishing equipotential bonding
DANGER
Risk of death from live components!
Unprotected contact with electricity can result in
serious injuries or death.
Disconnect the power plug before establishing
equipotential bonding. Ensure the power plug
cannot be unintentionally reinserted.
The grounding wire conducts away any static charging of
the machine head.
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Fig. 81: Establishing equipotential bonding
①
②
(1) - Control connection
(2) - Base plate connection
To establish equipotential bonding:
1.
Tilt the machine head.
2.
Feed the equipotential bonding cable from the connection (1)
on the rear side of the control through the slot in the tabletop
and fix it in place at the connection of the base plate (2).
7.13.2 Connecting the control
DANGER
Risk of death from live components!
Unprotected contact with electricity can result
in serious injuries or death.
Disconnect the power plug before connecting
the control. Ensure the power plug cannot be
unintentionally reinserted.
To connect the control:
1.
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Connect the control as specified in the wiring diagram
( p. 197).
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7.14 Pneumatic connection (optional)
NOTICE
Property damage from oily compressed air!
Oil particles in the compressed air can cause malfunctions
of the machine and soil the sewing material.
Ensure that no oil particles enter the compressed air supply.
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect setting!
Incorrect system pressure can result in damage to the
machine.
Ensure that the machine is only used when the system
pressure is set correctly.
The pneumatic system of the machine and of the additional
equipment must be supplied with dry and oil-free compressed air.
The supply pressure must lie between 8 and 10 bar.
Information
The pneumatic connection package is available under part
number 0797 003031. It consists of:
• System connection hose (length 5 m, diameter 9 mm)
• Hose connectors and hose clamps
• Coupling socket and coupling plug
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7.14.1 Assembling the compressed air maintenance
unit
Fig. 82: Assembling the compressed air maintenance unit
④
①
6
4
8
2
10
③
0
②
(1) - Cross bar
(2) - System connection hose
(3) - Maintenance unit
(4) - Machine hose
To assemble the compressed air maintenance unit:
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1.
Assemble the maintenance unit (3) to the upper cross bar (1)
of the stand using the bracket, screws and clip.
2.
Connect the machine hose (4) coming out of the machine
head to the maintenance unit (3) at the top right.
3.
Connect the system connection hose (2) to the pneumatic
system.
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7.14.2 Setting the operating pressure
NOTICE
Property damage from incorrect setting!
Incorrect operating pressure can result in damage to
the machine.
Ensure that the machine is only used when the operating
pressure is set correctly.
Proper setting
Refer to the Technical data ( p. 195) chapter for the permissible operating pressure. The operating pressure cannot deviate
by more than ± 0.5 bar.
Fig. 83: Setting the operating pressure
①
②
(1) - Pressure controller
(2) - Pressure gage
To set the operating pressure:
1.
Pull the pressure controller (1) up.
2.
Turn the pressure controller until the pressure gage (2)
indicates the proper setting:
• Increase pressure = turn clockwise
• Reduce pressure = turn counterclockwise
3.
Push the pressure controller (1) down.
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7.15 Checking the lubrication
All wicks and felt bits of the machine head are soaked in oil at
the factory. This oil is conveyed to the reservoir during use.
This is why you should avoid filling too much oil during initial filling.
Fig. 84: Checking the lubrication
③
②
①
(1) - Minimum level marking
(2) - Maximum level marking
(3) - Inspection glass
To check the lubrication:
1.
Sew with the machine for approx. 1 minute.
2.
Check at the inspection glass (3) whether the warning
indicator is lit red or the oil level has dropped below the
minimum marking (1).
3.
If this is the case, top off oil ( p. 141).
7.16 Performing a test run
When setup is complete, perform a test run to check the functionality of the machine.
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8
Decommissioning
WARNING
Risk of injury from a lack of care!
Serious injuries may occur.
ONLY clean the machine when it is switched off.
Allow ONLY trained personnel to disconnect
the machine.
CAUTION
Risk of injury from contact with oil!
Oil can cause a rash if it comes into contact
with skin.
Avoid skin contact with oil.
If oil has come into contact with your skin, wash
the affected areas thoroughly.
You need to perform a number of activities if the machine is
to be shut down for a longer period of time or completely
decommissioned.
To decommission the machine:
1.
Switch off the machine.
2.
Unplug the power plug.
3.
If applicable, disconnect the machine from the compressed
air supply.
4.
Remove residual oil from the oil pan using a cloth.
5.
Cover the control panel to protect it from soiling.
6.
Cover the control to protect it from soiling.
7.
Cover the entire machine if possible to protect it from contamination and damage.
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Disposal
CAUTION
Risk of environmental damage from improper
disposal!
Improper disposal of the machine can result in
serious environmental damage.
ALWAYS comply with the national regulations
regarding disposal.
The machine must not be disposed of in the normal household
waste.
The machine must be disposed of in a suitable manner in
accordance with all applicable national regulations.
When disposing of the machine, be aware that it consists of a
range of different materials (steel, plastic, electronic components,
etc.). Follow the national regulations when disposing these
materials.
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10 Troubleshooting
10.1 Customer Service
Contact for repairs and issues with the machine:
Dürkopp Adler AG
Potsdamer Str. 190
33719 Bielefeld, Germany
Tel. +49 (0) 180 5 383 756
Fax +49 (0) 521 925 2594
Email: service@duerkopp-adler.com
Internet: www.duerkopp-adler.com
10.2 Messages of the software
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
1000 Error
Sewing motor encoder
plug (Sub-D, 9-pin) not
connected
• Connect encoder cable to the
• control, use correct connection
1001 Error
Sewing motor error
Sewing motor plug (AMP) not
connected
• Check connection and plug in
• Test sewing motor phases (R = 2.8Ω,
high impedance to PE)
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
• Replace control
1002 Error
Sewing motor insulation error
• Check motor phase and PE for
low-impedance connection
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
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Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
1004 Error
Incorrect sewing motor
direction of rotation
• Replace encoder
• Check motor plug assignment and
change it if necessary
• Check wiring in machine distributor and
change it, if necessary
• Test motor phases and check for correct
value
1005 Error
Motor blocked
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
1006 Error
Maximum speed exceeded
• Replace encoder
• Perform reset
• Check class (t 51 04)
1007 Error
Error in the reference run
• Replace encoder
• Check for stiff movement
1008 Error
Sewing motor encoder error
• Replace encoder
1010 Error
External synchronizer plug
(Sub-D, 9-pin) not connected
• Connect cable of external synchronizer
to control, make sure that interface
(Sync) is correct
• Only recommended for machines with
transmission!
1011 Error
Encoder Z pulse missing
• Switch off the control, use handwheel
to turn, and switch on the control again
• If error is not corrected, check encoder
1012 Error
Synchronizer fault
• Replace synchronizer
1054 Error
Internal short circuit
• Replace control
1055 Error
Sewing motor overload
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
1060 Error
Sewing motor overload /
overvoltage /overcurrent
•
•
•
•
Check selection of class
Replace control
Replace motor
Replace encoder
1061 Error
Sewing motor overload /
overvoltage /overcurrent
•
•
•
•
Check selection of class
Replace control
Replace motor
Replace encoder
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Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
1120 Error
Sewing motor Init fault
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
1121 Error
Sewing motor watchdog
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
1203 Error
Position not reached (during
thread cutting, reversal, etc.)
• Check the controller settings and
change them if necessary (e.g. thread
trimmer setting, belt tension, etc.)
• Check position thread lever at top
dead center
1302 Error
Failure with sewing motor
current
•
•
•
•
1330 Error
No response from sewing
motor
• Perform a software update
• Replace control
2101 Error
Stepper motor X30 reference
run timeout
• Check reference sensor
2105 Error
Stepper motor card X30
blockage
• Check for stiff movement
2121 Error
Stepper motor card X30
encoder plug (Sub-D, 9-pin)
not connected
• Connect encoder cable to the control,
use the correct interface
2122 Error
Stepper motor card X30
flywheel position not found
• Check stepper motor 1 for stiff
movement
2130 Error
Stepper motor card X30 not
responding
• Perform a software update
• Replace control
2131 Error
Stepper motor card X30
parameter init
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2152 Error
Stepper motor card X30
overcurrent
• Check for stiff movement
2171 Error
Stepper motor card X30
Watchdog (Stitch length)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2172 Error
Stepper motor card X30 motor • Check selection of class
overload / overvoltage /
• Replace control
overcurrent (Stitch length)
• Replace encoder
• Replace stepper motor
Check Service Stop
Check for stiff movement
Replace encoder
Replace motor
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Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2173 Error
Stepper motor card X30
Sewing motor encoder not
connected (Stitch length)
• Replace control
2174 Error
Stepper motor card X30
• Perform a software update
Sewing motor encoder not init • Check selection of class
(Stitch length)
2175 Error
Stepper motor card X30 Init
Position not found
(Stitch length)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2176 Error
Stepper motor card X30 not
Enabled (Stitch length)
• Replace control
2177 Error
Stepper motor card X30
Overload (Stitch length)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2178 Error
Stepper motor card X30
• Replace encoder
Encoder failure (Stitch length)
2179 Error
Stepper motor card X30
Current sensor failure (Stitch
length)
• Replace control
2180 Error
Stepper motor card X30
Incorrect stepping motor
direction of rotation
(Stitch length)
• Replace encoder
• Check if plugs have been mixed up
• Check the wiring in the machine
distributor and change it if necessary
2181 Error
Stepper motor card X30
Reference drive failure
(Stitch length)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2183 Error
Stepper motor card X30
overcurrent (Stitch length)
• Replace control
2184 Error
Stepper motor card X30
parameter init (Stitch length)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2185 Error
Stepper motor card X30
insulation error (Stitch length)
• Check motor phase and PE for lowimpedance connection
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
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Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2187 Error
Stepper motor card X30
transport interval failure
(Stitch length)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2188 Error
Stepper motor card X30
Reference drive failure
(Stitch length)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2201 Error
Stepper motor X40 reference
run timeout
• Check reference sensor
2205 Error
Stepper motor card X40
stepper motor blockage
• Check for stiff movement
2221 Error
Stepper motor card X40
encoder plug (Sub-D, 9-pin)
not connected
• Connect encoder cable to the control,
use the correct interface
2222 Error
Stepper motor card X40
flywheel position not found
• Check stepper motor 1 for stiff
movement
2230 Error
Stepper motor card X40 not
responding
• Perform a software update
• Replace control
2231 Error
Stepper motor card X40
parameter init error
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2252 Error
Stepper motor card X40
overcurrent
• Check for stiff movement
2271 Error
Stepper motor card X40
Watchdog (sewing foot lift)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2272 Error
Stepper motor card X40 motor • Check selection of class
overload / overvoltage /
• Replace control
overcurrent (Foot lifting)
• Replace encoder
• Replace stepper motor
2273 Error
Stepper motor card X40
Sewing motor encoder not
connected (Foot lifting)
• Replace control
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Code Type
Possible cause
2274 Error
Stepper motor card X40
• Perform a software update
Sewing motor encoder not init • Check selection of class
(Foot lifting)
2275 Error
Stepper motor card X40 Init
• Check for stiff movement
Position not found (Foot lifting) • Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2276 Error
Stepper motor card X40 not
Enabled (Foot lifting)
• Replace control
2277 Error
Stepper motor card X40 I²t
(Foot lifting)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2278 Error
Stepper motor card X40
Encoder failure (Foot lifting)
• Replace encoder
2279 Error
Stepper motor card X40
Current sensor failure
(Foot lifting)
• Replace control
2280 Error
Stepper motor card X40
Incorrect stepper motor
direction of rotation
(Foot lifting)
• Replace encoder
• Check if plugs have been mixed up
• Check the wiring in the machine
distributor and change it if necessary
2281 Error
Stepper motor card X40
Reference drive failure
(Foot lifting)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2283 Error
Stepper motor card X40
overcurrent (Foot lifting)
• Replace control
2284 Error
Stepper motor card X40
parameter init (Foot lifting)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2285 Error
Stepper motor card X40
insulation error (Foot lifting)
• Check motor phase and PE for lowimpedance connection
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
2287 Error
Stepper motor card X40
transport interval failure
(Foot lifting)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
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Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2288 Error
Stepper motor card X40
Reference drive failure
(Foot lifting)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2301 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Reference drive failure
(Stitch length)
• Check reference sensor
2305 Error
Stepper motor card X50
stepper motor blockage
• Check for stiff movement
2321 Error
Stepper motor card X50
encoder plug (Sub-D, 9-pin)
not connected
• Connect encoder cable to the control,
use the correct interface
2322 Error
Stepper motor card X50
flywheel position not found
• Check stepper motor 1 for stiff
movement
2330 Error
Stepper motor card X50 not
responding
• Perform a software update
• Replace control
2331 Error
Stepper motor card X50
parameter init error
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2352 Error
Stepper motor card X50
overcurrent
• Check for stiff movement
2371 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Watchdog (sewing foot lift)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2372 Error
Stepper motor card X50 motor • Check selection of class
overload / overvoltage /
• Replace control
overcurrent (Foot stroke)
• Replace encoder
• Replace stepper motor
2373 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Sewing motor encoder not
connected(Foot stroke)
2374 Error
Stepper motor card X50
• Perform a software update
Sewing motor encoder not init • Check selection of class
(Foot stroke)
2375 Error
Stepper motor card X50 Init
Position not found
(Foot stroke)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2376 Error
Stepper motor card X50 not
Enabled (Foot stroke)
• Replace control
• Replace control
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Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2377 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Overload (Foot stroke)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2378 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Encoder failure (Foot stroke)
• Replace encoder
2379 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Current sensor failure
(Foot stroke)
• Replace control
2380 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Incorrect stepper motor
direction of rotation
(Foot stroke)
• Replace encoder
• Check if plugs have been mixed up
• Check the wiring in the machine
distributor and change it if necessary
2381 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Reference drive failure
(Foot stroke)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2383 Error
Stepper motor card X50
overcurrent (Foot stroke)
• Replace control
2384 Error
Stepper motor card X50
parameter init (Foot stroke)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2385 Error
Stepper motor card X50
insulation error (Foot stroke)
• Check motor phase and PE for lowimpedance connection
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
2387 Error
Stepper motor card X50
transport interval failure
(Foot stroke)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2388 Error
Stepper motor card X50
Reference drive failure
(Foot stroke)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2401 Error
Stepper motor card X60
reference run timeout
(Edge guide)
• Check reference sensor
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Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2405 Error
Stepper motor card X60
stepper motor blockage
(Edge guide)
• Check for stiff movement
2421 Error
Stepper motor card X60
encoder plug (Sub-D, 9-pin)
not connected
• Connect encoder cable to the control,
use the correct interface
2422 Error
Stepper motor card X60
flywheel position not found
• Check stepper motor 1 for stiff
movement
2430 Error
Stepper motor card X60 not
responding
• Perform a software update
• Replace control
2431 Error
Stepper motor card X60
parameter init error
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2471 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Watchdog (Edge guide)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2472 Error
Stepper motor card X60 motor • Check selection of class
overload / overvoltage /
• Replace control
overcurrent (Edge guide)
• Replace encoder
• Replace stepper motor
2473 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Sewing motor encoder not
connected(Edge guide)
2474 Error
Stepper motor card X60
• Perform a software update
Sewing motor encoder not init • Check selection of class
(Edge guide)
2475 Error
Stepper motor card X60 Init
Position not found
(Edge guide)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2476 Error
Stepper motor card X60 not
Enabled (Edge guide)
• Replace control
2477 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Overload (Edge guide)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2478 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Encoder failure (Edge guide)
• Replace encoder
• Replace control
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2479 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Current sensor failure
(Edge guide)
• Replace control
2480 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Incorrect stepper motor
direction of rotation
(Edge guide)
• Replace encoder
• Check if plugs have been mixed up
• Check the wiring in the machine
distributor and change it if necessary
2481 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Reference drive failure
(Edge guide)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2483 Error
Stepper motor card X60
overcurrent (Edge guide)
• Replace control
2484 Error
Stepper motor card X60
parameter init (Edge guide)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2485 Error
Stepper motor card X60
insulation error (Edge guide)
• Check motor phase and PE for lowimpedance connection
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
2487 Error
Stepper motor card X60
transport interval failure
(Edge guide)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2488 Error
Stepper motor card X60
Reference drive failure
(Edge guide)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2501 Error
Stepper motor card X70
reference run timeout
(upper Puller)
• Check reference sensor
2505 Error
Stepper motor card X70
stepper motor blockage
(upper Puller)
• Check for stiff movement
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2521 Error
Stepper motor card X70
encoder plug (Sub-D, 9-pin)
not connected
• Connect encoder cable to the control,
use the correct interface
2522 Error
Stepper motor card X70
flywheel position not found
• Check stepper motor 1 for stiff
movement
2530 Error
Stepper motor card X70 not
responding
• Perform a software update
• Replace control
2531 Error
Stepper motor card X70
parameter init error
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2571 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Watchdog (upper Puller)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2572 Error
Stepper motor card X70 motor • Check selection of class
overload / overvoltage /
• Replace control
overcurrent (upper Puller)
• Replace encoder
• Replace stepper motor
2573 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Sewing motor encoder not
connected(upper Puller)
2574 Error
Stepper motor card X70
• Perform a software update
Sewing motor encoder not init • Check selection of class
(upper Puller)
2575 Error
Stepper motor card X70 Init
Position not found
(upper Puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2576 Error
Stepper motor card X70 not
Enabled (upper Puller)
• Replace control
2577 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Overload (upper Puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2578 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Encoder failure (upper Puller)
• Replace encoder
2579 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Current sensor failure
(upper Puller)
• Replace control
• Replace control
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2580 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Incorrect stepper motor
direction of rotation
(upper Puller)
• Replace encoder
• Check if plugs have been mixed up
• Check the wiring in the machine
distributor and change it if necessary
2581 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Reference drive failure
(upper Puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2583 Error
Stepper motor card X70
overcurrent (upper Puller)
• Replace control
2584 Error
Stepper motor card X70
parameter init (upper Puller)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2585 Error
Stepper motor card X70
insulation error (upper Puller)
• Check motor phase and PE for lowimpedance connection
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
2587 Error
Stepper motor card X70
transport interval failure
(upper Puller)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2588 Error
Stepper motor card X70
Reference drive failure
(upper Puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2601 Error
Stepper motor X80 reference
run timeout (bottom puller)
• Check reference sensor
2605 Error
Stepper motor card X80
stepper motor blockage
(bottom puller)
• Check for stiff movement
2621 Error
Stepper motor card X82
encoder plug (Sub-D, 9-pin)
not connected (bottom puller)
• Connect encoder cable to the control,
use the correct interface
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2622 Error
Stepper motor card X80
flywheel position not found
(bottom puller)
• Check stepper motor 6 for stiff
movement
2630 Error
Stepper motor card X80 not
responding (bottom puller)
• Perform a software update
• Replace control
2631 Error
Stepper motor card X80 init
failure (bottom puller)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2671 Error
Stepper motor card X80
Watchdog (bottom puller)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2672 Error
Stepper motor card X80 motor • Check selection of class
overload / overvoltage /
• Replace control
overcurrent (bottom puller)
• Replace encoder
• Replace stepper motor
2673 Error
Stepper motor card X80
Sewing motor encoder not
connected (bottom puller)
2674 Error
Stepper motor card X80
• Perform a software update
Sewing motor encoder not init • Check selection of class
(bottom puller)
2675 Error
Stepper motor card X80 Init
Position not found
(bottom puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2676 Error
Stepper motor card X80 not
Enabled (bottom puller)
• Replace control
2677 Error
Stepper motor card X80 I²t
(bottom puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2678 Error
Stepper motor card X80
• Replace encoder
Encoder failure (bottom puller)
2679 Error
Stepper motor card X80
Current sensor failure
(bottom puller)
• Replace control
• Replace control
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
2680 Error
Stepper motor card X80
Incorrect stepper motor
direction of rotation
(bottom puller)
• Replace encoder
• Check if plugs have been mixed up
• Check the wiring in the machine
distributor and change it if necessary
2681 Error
Stepper motor card X80
Reference drive failure
(bottom puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2683 Error
Stepper motor card X80
overcurrent (bottom puller)
• Replace control
2684 Error
Stepper motor card X80
parameter init (bottom puller)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2685 Error
Stepper motor card X80
• Check motor phase and PE for lowinsulation error (bottom puller) impedance connection
• Replace encoder
• Replace sewing motor
2687 Error
Stepper motor card X80
transport interval failure
(bottom puller)
• Perform a software update
• Check selection of class
2688 Error
Stepper motor card X80
Reference drive failure
(bottom puller)
• Check for stiff movement
• Replace encoder
• Replace motor
2901 Error
General Reference Timeout of • Check the reference sensors
the stepper motors
3010 Error
U100 V start-up error
• Disconnect the stepper motor plugs;
if error persists, replace control
3011 Error
U100 V short circuit
• Disconnect motor plug; replace control
if error is not corrected: Replace control
3012 Error
U100 V (I²T) overload
• One or several stepper motors defective
3020 Error
U24 V start-up error
• Disconnect magnet plug; replace control
if error is not corrected: Replace control
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
3021 Error
U24 V short circuit
• Disconnect magnet plug; replace control
if error is not corrected: Replace control
3022 Error
U24 V (I²T) overload
• One or several magnets defective
3030 Error
Motor phase failure
• Replace control
3104 Warning
Pedal is not in position 0
• When switching the control on, take your
foot off the pedal
3109 Warning
Operation lock
• Check tilt sensor on machine
3110 Information Right thread tension magnet is • Check the connection of right thread
not connected
tension magnet
3111 Information Left thread tension magnet is
not connected
• Check the connection of left thread
tension magnet
3150 Information Maintenance necessary
• For information on lubricating the
machine, see the service instructions for
the machine
3217 Information RFW right
• Bobbin is empty
• Insert a new bobbin
3223 Information Skip stitch detection
•-
3224 Information Bobbin rotation monitor
• The bobbin is not rotating
• Check the bobbin, advance the initial
thread
3225 Information SSD sensor is soiled
• Use compressed air or a soft cotton
cloth to clean the sensor
3354 Information Failure in thread trimmer
process
• Perform a software update
3383 Information Failure in with the motor
referencing process
• Check motor
• Perform a software update
4201 Warning
• Insert SD card
• Replace control
Failure SD-Card
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
4430 Warning
OP3000: Connection lost
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4440 Error
OP3000: DAC receive buffer
exceeded
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4441 Warning
OP3000: DAC receiver
timeout
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4442 Warning
OP3000: DAC unknown
message
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4443 Warning
OP3000: DAC invalid
checksum
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4445 Error
OP3000: DAC send buffer
exceeded
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4446 Warning
OP3000: DAC no response
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4447 Warning
OP3000: DAC invalid
response
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4450 Error
OP3000: DAC OP
Receive buffer exceeded
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4451 Warning
OP3000: DAC OP receiver
timeout
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4452 Warning
OP3000: DAC OP unknown
message
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
4456 Warning
OP3000: DAC no response
• Check connection to OP3000
• Replace OP3000
• Replace control
4460 Warning
OP7000 connection lost
• Check connection to OP7000
• Replace OP7000
• Replace control
4906 Information Not in translation table
• Check machine ID port
• Reset or machine class change
necessary
4907 Information Not in translation table
• Reset or machine class change
necessary
4908 Information Not in translation table
• Reset necessary
4911 Information Not in translation table
• Reset necessary
4918 Warning
Invalid update file
• Contact DA Service
4919 Warning
Reset failed
• Contact DA Service
4920 Warning
Error in update log
• Contact DA Service
4921 Warning
The update was interrupted
• Contact DA Service
4922 Error
Unable to find user database
• Contact DA Service
4923 Error
Synchronization failed
• Contact DA Service
4930 Information Control replaced
• Data transfer from control panel
to control
4931 Information Checksum error of the control • Data transfer from control panel
to control
6353 Error
EEprom Timeout
5001 Information Incorrect class
• Switch off the control, wait until the
LEDs are off, check connection for
machine ID, and switch on control
again
• Change class
• Perform reset
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
5002 Information Incorrect class or machine ID
connection error
• Change class
• Perform reset
5003 Information Data version is too old
• Perform reset
5004 Information Checksum is incorrect
• Perform reset
6360 Information No valid data on external
EEprom (internal data
structures are not compatible
with the external data storage
device)
• Software update
6361 Information No external EEprom
connected
• Connect machine ID
6362 Information No valid data on internal
• Check machine ID connection
EEprom (internal data
• Switch off the control, wait until the
structures are not compatible
LEDs have gone out, and then switch on
with the external data storage
the control again
device)
• Software update
6363 Information No valid data on internal and
external EEprom (software
version is not compatible with
the internal data storage
device, emergency operating
features only)
• Check machine ID connection
• Switch off the control, wait until the
LEDs have gone out, and then switch on
the control again
• Software update
6364 Information No valid data on internal
• Check machine ID connection
EEprom and no external
• Switch off the control, wait until the
EEprom connected (the
LEDs have gone out, and then switch on
internal data structures are not the control again
compatible with the external
• Software update
data storage device)
6365 Information Internal EEprom defective
• Replace control
6366 Information Internal EEprom defective
• Replace control
and external data not valid
(emergency operating features
only)
6367 Information Internal EEprom defective and • Replace control
external data not valid
(emergency operating features
only)
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
7270 Information External CAN
• Check connection cables
• Perform a software update
• Replace CAN slaves
9310 Error
Tape feeder not connected
• Check connection cables
• Perform a software update
• Replace the control of the tape feeder
9320 Error
Tape feeder in lowered
position
• No remedial action entered in translation
table
9330 Information Material thickness sensor not
connected
• Check connection cables
• Perform a software update
• Replace material thickness sensor
9340 Error
Remaining thread monitor not • Check connection cables
connected
• Perform a software update
• Replace remaining thread monitor
9910 Warning
Sewing stop
• Check tilt sensor on machine
• Check 24V
• Replace control
9911 Warning
Power down
• The control is switched off
9912 Warning
Restart necessary
• Switch off the control
9913 Warning
Empty bobbin
• Please insert a full bobbin
9914 Warning
Reset
• Remove USB key!
9915 Warning
Please Wait!
• Please wait and do not remove USB key
9916 Warning
Erase internal Memory
• Deletion of the SD card. Continue with
OK; cancel with ESC
9917 Warning
Erase USB key
• Deletion of the USB key. Continue with
OK; cancel with ESC
9918 Warning
No USB key present
• Please insert USB key
9919 Warning
Sewing stop
• Machine in stop mode for threading the
thread
9920 Warning
Referencing
• Please wait for motor referencing
9921 Warning
Show Message from
QONDAC
• Show Message
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Troubleshooting
Code Type
Possible cause
Remedial action
9922 Warning
Service Stop
• Check the Service Stop button
• Check 24V
• Replace control
9923 Warning
Update required
• Press OK for Restart or ESC for cancel
9924 Warning
Security key generated
• Creation of a security key on a USB key
9925 Warning
Security Key changed!
• Overwrite Security Key?
9926 Warning
Please Confirm Reset
• Really reset?
9927 Warning
Reset
• Reset successfully
9928 Warning
Referencing?
• Press pedal backwards
(pedal position-2)
9929 Warning
Not enough thread available
• Please insert a full bobbin
9930 Warning
Empty bobbin
• Please insert a full bobbin
9931 Information Bobbin Wind mode
• Press pedal backwards exit bobbin wind
mode
9932 Information No program available
• Automatic mode is not available
without a seam program. Please use
programming mode to create a new
seam program.
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10.3 Errors in sewing process
Error
Possible causes
Remedial action
Unthreading
at seam
beginning
Needle thread pretension
is too firm
Check needle thread
pretension ( p. 40).
Thread
breaking
Needle thread and hook
thread have not been
threaded correctly
Check threading path
( p. 25).
Needle is bent or
sharp-edged
Replace the needle
( p. 22).
Needle is not inserted
correctly into the needle
bar
Insert the needle correctly
into the needle bar
( p. 22).
The thread used is
unsuitable
Use recommended thread
( p. 195).
Thread tensions are too
tight for the thread used
Check thread tensions
( p. 40).
Thread-guiding parts,
such as thread guides,
are sharp-edged
Check threading path
( p. 25).
Throat plate or hook have
been damaged by the
needle
Have parts reworked by
qualified specialists
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Troubleshooting
Error
Possible causes
Remedial action
Skip stitches
Needle thread and hook
thread have not been
threaded correctly
Check threading path
( p. 25,  p. 38).
Needle is blunt or bent
Replace the needle
( p. 22).
Needle is not inserted
correctly into the needle
bar
Insert the needle correctly
into the needle bar
( p. 22).
The needle thickness used Use recommended needle
is unsuitable
thickness ( p. 195).
The reel stand is
assembled incorrectly
Check the assembly of
the reel stand
Thread tensions are too
tight
Check thread tensions
( p. 40).
Throat plate or hook have
been damaged by the
needle
Have parts reworked by
qualified specialists
Distance from the hook
to the needle is not set
correctly
Set the correct distance
( Service Instructions)
Loose stitches Thread tensions are not
adjusted to the sewing
material, the sewing
material thickness or
the thread used
Needle
breakage
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Check thread tensions
( p. 40).
Needle thread and hook
thread have not been
threaded correctly
Check threading path
( p. 25,  p. 38).
Needle thickness is
unsuitable for the sewing
material or the thread
Use recommended needle
thickness ( p. 195).
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Technical data
11 Technical data
Noise emission
Workplace-specific emission value as per DIN EN ISO 10821:
Class D867-190945
LpA = 78 dB (A); KpA = 0.88 dB (A) with
• Stitch length: 6.0 mm
• Sewing foot stroke: alternating: 1.5 mm
• Speed: 2000 rpm
• Sewing material: 4-layer material G1 DIN 23328
Class D867-190945
LpA = 78 dB (A); KpA = 1.04 dB (A) with
• Stitch length: 6.0 mm
• Sewing foot stroke: alternating: 7.0 mm
• Speed: 1200 rpm
• Sewing material: 2-layer Skai; 1.6 mm 900 gr/mm2;
DIN 53352
Type of stitches
D867-290945
D867-290942
D867-290922
Double lockstitch 301
Hook type
vertical (XL),
large
Number of
needles
vertical (XXL),
extra large
1
Needle system
Needle strength
D867-190949
D867-190945
D867-190942
Unit
D867-190929
Technical data
D867-190922
11.1 Data and characteristic values
vertical vertical (XXL),
(XL), large extra large
2
134-35
[Nm]
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Technical data
Unit
Thread strength
[Nm]
120/3 - 10/3 (short thread cutter, KFA max. 15/3)
Stitch length
[mm]
12/12
Speed maximum
[min-1]
4000
Speed on delivery [min-1]
3600
D867-290945
D867-290942
D867-290922
D867-190949
D867-190945
D867-190942
D867-190929
D867-190922
Technical data
3500
3500
3000
Mains voltage
[V]
230 V
Mains frequency
[Hz]
50/60
Operating
pressure
[bar]
6
(Compressed air only required in combination with optional
additional equipment)
Length
[mm]
720
Width
[mm]
220
Height
[mm]
460
Weight
[kg]
56
58
11.2 Requirements for trouble-free operation
Compressed air quality must be ensured in accordance with
ISO 8573-1: 2010 [7:4:4].
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