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Quick Links. See also: Manual. Please read this manual before using the machine. Please keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference. Table of Contents. Single needle direct drive straight lock stitcher with thread trimmer 29 pages. Single needle direct drive straight lock stitcher with thread trimmer 67 pages. Single needle direct drive straight lock stitcher with thread trimmer 47 pages. Single needle direct drive straight lock stitcher with thread trimmer 6 pages.
Single needle direct drive straight lock stitcher with thread trimmer 84 pages. Single needle direct drive lock stitcher with thread trimmer 6 pages. Single needle direct drive needle feed lock stitcher with thread trimmer 74 pages. Page 2 Follow the instructions from training personnel and instructors regarding safe and correct operation before operating the machine so that you will know how to use it correctly.
Page 3: Safety Instructions indicates something that you must do. Page 4 When securing the cords, do not bend the cords excessively or fasten them too hard with staples, otherwise there is the danger that fire or electric shocks could occur.
Page 5: Maintenance And Inspection If the power switch needs to be left on when before using the machine. Page 7: Table Of Contents Changing the needle stop position Slow start Error code displays Correction sewing Thread trimming lock Page Installation Returning the machine head to the upright position 1.
Clear away any tools, etc. While holding the face plate with your left hand, gently return the machine head to the upright position with your right hand. Installation 1.
Control box 1 Control box 2 Bolts [3 pcs] 3 Nuts [3 pcs] 4 Spring washers [3 pcs] 5 Washers [3 pcs] 2. Page Oil Pan Tap the head rest 3 securely into the table hole. If the head rest 3 is not pushed in as far as it will go, the machine head will not be sufficiently stable when it is tilted back.
Page Operation Panel 1 Sticker M 9. Cotton stand 1 Cotton stand NOTE: Securely tighten the nut 4 so that the two rubber cushions 2 and the washer 3 are securely clamped and so that the cotton stand 1 does not move. Page 14 6 is at the desired position within a distance of 16 mm of the needle plate when the knee liter plate 1 is fully pressed. After adjustment is completed, securely tighten the nut Within 16 mm M SC Page Lubrication -0, 3 Specifications 5.
Close the oil feeding pocket cover 3. Upper reference line Lower reference line M SC Page Connecting The Cords Opening the control box cover 1 Screw 2 Cover M Connecting the cords 1. Sewing machine cords M SC Page Other Cords Take care when tapping in the staples 3 to make sure that they do not pierce the cords. Control box Green and yellow wire ground wire M SC Page 19 NOTE: Take care when tapping in the staples 5 to make sure that they do not pierce the cords.
Green and yellow wire ground wire M SC Page 20 NOTE: Take care when tapping in the staples 7 to make sure that they do not pierce the cords. If the treadle 1 is pressed to position D , thread trimming is carried out and the needle then rises above the needle plate and stops. The anti-spin spring 3 prevents the bobbin from racing at times such as during thread trimming. Page Winding The Lower Thread 2 , and then pull it out from the thread guide 3.
Check that the bobbin turns clockwise when the thread is pulled. Hold the latch 4 on the bobbin case and insert the bobbin case into the rotary hook. Page Threading The Upper Thread The machine may operate if the treadle is depressed by mistake, which could result in injury. Turn the machine pulley and raise the thread take-up 1 before threading the upper thread.
This will make threading easier and it will prevent the thread from coming out at the sewing start. Page Adjusting The Stitch Length If this is done, the thread wiper 2 will operate after the thread is trimmed. Using the knee lifter The presser foot 2 can be raised by pressing the knee lifter plate 1. Page 27 18 is disabled.
Page Sewing Continuous Backtack Stitches When the AUTO key is pressed to turn on the automatic sewing function, operation will be carried out automatically from continuous backtack sewing through to thread trimming just by depressing the treadle once, without needing to keep it depressed continuously.
The CD display will show the number of stitches and the setting can then be changed. The ABCD display will show the number of stitches and the settings can then be changed.
When the RESET key 2 is pressed, the warning icon 1 will switch off and the display will return to showing the initial values. Sewing using the treadle will then be possible. Page Lock Key This key is used to make settings for various functions. MAX key 5 This key is used to change the maximum sewing speed. Press for 2 seconds or more M Initialization mode will be exited and normal sewing machine operation will then be possible.
If the MAX key is pressed once more, the indicator of the MAX key will switch off and normal key operations can then be carried out. Press for 2 seconds or more M SC Page Sewing 3.
Depress the treadle to start sewing. Backtacking When the actuator switch 1 or the reverse lever 2 is M pressed during sewing, the feed direction will be reversed. When it is released, the feed direction will return to normal.
Page Sewing Condensed Stitches 2. Condensed stitches are sewn while the actuator switch 1 or reverse lever 2 is being pressed. Page Thread Tension After the lower thread tension has been adjusted, adjust the upper thread tension so that a good, even stitch is obtained. Lower the presser foot. Adjust by turning the tension nut 2.
Becomes weaker Becomes stronger M SC Page Adjusting The Presser Foot Pressure If the tension of the pretension 1 is increased, the lengths of the threads trailing from the needle tips will be reduced; if the tension is reduced, the lengths will be increased. Adjust by turning the pretension 1. Shorter Longer M SC Page Adjusting The Thread Take-Up Amount -3 Specifications 2 until it touches the screw stop on the thread take-up support shaft 4.
After this, tighten the set screw 3. Install the two rubber caps 1. Install the face plate. Screw stop M SC Page Cleaning 8. Remove the bobbin from the bobbin case 4 and clean the bobbin case 4 with a cloth. Insert the bobbin into the bobbin case 4 , and then place the bobbin case 4 back into the machine. Page 54 4. Return the machine head to its original position. NOTE: The rubber cap 3 has a hole in it for adjusting the air pressure.
Page 55 M 3. Checking 1. Replace the needle if it is bent or if the tip is broken. Check that the upper threads have been threaded correctly. Refer to page Carry out a test sewing. Using the tube M SC Page 57 4.
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