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Postfach 17 03 51, D-33703 Bielefeld • Potsdamer Straße 190, D-33719 Bielefeld
Telefon +49 (0) 521 / 9 25-00
Ausgabe / Edition:
Änderungsindex
03/2009
Rev. index: 00.0
Spezialnähmaschine
Telefax +49 (0) 521 / 9 25 24 35 • www.duerkopp-adler.com
Printed in Federal Republic of Germany
869
Betriebsanleitung
Instruction manual
Teile-Nr./Part.-No.:
0791 869741
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GB

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    Spezialnähmaschine Betriebsanleitung Instruction manual Postfach 17 03 51, D-33703 Bielefeld • Potsdamer Straße 190, D-33719 Bielefeld Telefon +49 (0) 521 / 9 25-00 • Telefax +49 (0) 521 / 9 25 24 35 • www.duerkopp-adler.com Ausgabe / Edition: Änderungsindex Teile-Nr./Part.-No.: 03/2009 Rev.

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    Alle Rechte vorbehalten. Eigentum der Dürkopp Adler AG und urheberrechtlich geschützt. Jede, auch auszugsweise Wiederverwendung dieser Inhalte ist ohne vorheriges schriftliches Einverständnis der Dürkopp Adler AG verboten. All rights reserved. Property of Dürkopp Adler AG and copyrighted. Reproduction or publication of the content in any manner, even in extracts, without prior written permission of Dürkopp Adler AG, is prohibited.

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    Foreword This instruction manual is intended to help the user to become familiar with the machine and take advantage of its application possibilities in accordance with the recommendations. The instruction manual contains important information on how to operate the machine securely, properly and economically. Observation of the instructions eliminates danger, reduces costs for repair and down-times, and increases the reliability and life of the machine.

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    General safety instructions The non-observance of the following safety instructions can cause bodily injuries or damages to the machine. 1. The machine must only be commissioned in full knowledge of the instruction book and operated by persons with appropriate training. 2.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Page: Part 2: Installation Instructions for Class 869 Scope of Delivery ..........General and Transport Packaging .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Page: Electrical Connections 11.1 General ........... . . 11.2 Earthing .

  • Page 7: Scope Of Delivery

    Scope of Delivery Sewing machine with MG 55-3 stand...

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    Sewing machine with MG 56-3 stand...

  • Page 9: General And Transport Packaging

    The items that are supplied depend on your order. Before setup, please check that all the required components are present. The description is valid for the special sewing machine whose individual components are delivered directly and completely from Dürkopp Adler AG. 1 Machine head –...

  • Page 10: Mg 55-3 Stand Assembly

    Assembling the Stand There are two stand sets with different table plates available for the 669 class: Stand set Version MG 55-3 not separated, with or without cut-out MG 56-3 separated, hinged MG 55-3 stand assembly – Assemble the stand according to the illustration. –...

  • Page 11: Mg 56-3 Stand Assembly

    MG 56-3 stand assembly – Assemble the stand according to the illustration. – Fasten the pedal 2 to the stand brace 1. – Mount the stand brace 1 to the stand. – Turn the adjusting screws 4 to ensure a secure mount on the stand. The stand must be resting with all six feet on the floor.

  • Page 12: Completing The Table Plate For The Mg 55-3 Stand With Fir Clutch Motor

    Completing the table plate for the MG 55-3 stand with FIR clutch motor Top view of table plate (4x20) x2 Marking for stand (3,5x17) x2 (3,5x17) x2 (5x25) x2 (4x20) x2 – Turn over the table plate 4. – Screw on the cable duct 1. –...

  • Page 13: Completing The Table Plate For The Mg 55-3 Stand With Direct Drive

    Completing the table plate for the MG 55-3 stand with direct drive Top view of table plate (4x20) 2x (3,5x17) 2x (3,5x17) 6x Marking for stand (4x20) 2x – Turn over the table plate 5. – Screw on the cable duct 1. –...

  • Page 14: Completing The Table Plate For The Mg 56-3 Stand With Fir Clutch Motor

    Completing the table plate for the MG 56-3 stand with FIR clutch motor Top view of table plate (4x20) 2x (5x25) 2x (3,5x17) 2x Marking for stand (3,5x17) 6x (5x25) 2x (4x20) 2x ,5x25) 2x – Turn over the table plate 8. –...

  • Page 15: Completing The Table Plate For The Mg 56-3 Stand With Direct Drive

    Completing the table plate for the MG 56-3 stand with direct drive Top view of table plate (4x20) 2x (5x25) 2x (3,5x17) 2x Marking for stand (3,5x17) 6x (5x25) 2x (4x20) 2x – Turn over the table plate 5. – Screw on the drawer 1 together with its fixtures.

  • Page 16: Fastening The Table Plate To The Stand, Mg 55-3 Stand

    Fastening the table plate to the stand 3.7.1 MG 55-3 stand – Fasten the stand 4 to the table plate 1 using wood screws (6x30). Pre-drill the holes for the wood screws. Be sure to note the marking for the stand (refer to chapters 3.3, 3.4).

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    3.7.2 MG 56-3 stand – Fasten the table plate 2 to the stand 5 using wood screws (6x30). Pre-drill the holes for the wood screws. Be sure to note the marking for the stand (refer to chapters 3.5, 3.6). – Fasten the table plate 8 to the latch 7 using three wood screws (5x30).

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    Assemble support on table plate with cut-out (MG 55-3) In order to increase the stability of the right side of the table plate 1, the plate is support by a junction bar. – Fasten junction bar 2 to the stand using screw 3. Fasten bar to the bottom of the table plate using two wood screws (5x30).

  • Page 19: Setting The Working Height Of The Mg 55-3 Stand

    Setting the working height of the MG 55-3 stand Caution: Risk of injury ! Ergonomic-related, operator injuries can result if the stand height is not adjusted to fit the operator. – The working height is adjustable between 750 mm and 900 mm (measured to the upper edge of the table plate).

  • Page 20: Components In The Drive Packages

    Sewing Drive 5. 1 Driver type and application The following types of sewing drives are available: Subclass Clutch motor positioning drive 869-180010 FIR 1147*.752.3 * Efka DC 1550/DA321G 869-280020 FIR 1148*.752.3 869-180122 Efka DC 1550/DA321G 869-280122 869-180322 Efka DC 1550/DA321G 869-280322 * This clutch motor has an electro-magnetic brake which quickly stops the rotor after the motor has been turned off.

  • Page 21: Mg 55-3 Stand, Aligning The Pedal

    Mounting the Set-value Initiator for the Direct Drive MG 55-3 stand – Screw the angle bracket 3 under the table plate 4 (refer to chapter 3.4). – Screw the set-value initiator onto the angle 3. – Hang the rod 2 on the set-value initiator and pedal. 6.1.1 Aligning the pedal –...

  • Page 22: Mg 56-3 Stand, Aligning The Pedal

    MG 56-3 stand – Screw the set-value initiator 3 onto the plate 5 on stand 1 using two screws 4 (M6 x 80). – Hang the rod 2 on the set-value initiator 3 and pedal. 6.2.1 Aligning the pedal – Loosen screw on the rod 2.

  • Page 23: Putting On The Machine Head

    Putting on the machine head – Put the machine head on the table top. Screw tight from the bottom of the table top using four screws 1 (M8 x 50) and washers 2.

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    Put the V-belt on and tighten for the FIR clutch motor Take off the protective cover. – Remove handwheel 1. – Remove the protective belt cover 4 on the sewing drive. Put on the V-belt and mount the protective cover. –...

  • Page 26: Mounting The Knee Lever

    Mounting the Knee Lever The sewing feet can be lifted mechanically by the knee lever 1. Attach the knee lever 1. – Position the knee lever from below so that the nose 2 points to the front. – Tighten screw 3 into the machine base. Aligning the knee lever –...

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    Notes:...

  • Page 28: Mounting The Motor And Putting On The V-belt, Connecting The Hall Sensor

    10. Mounting the Direct Drive 10.1 Mounting the motor and putting on the V-belt – Unscrew the handwheel 1. – Screw motor 3 onto the head using two screws 4 (M6 x 16) so that it can be easily shifted. –...

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    – Fasten the Hall sensor 15 to the holder 8 using two screws 14 (M4 x 5). – Fasten the holder 8 with the Hall sensor 15 to the arm 8 using two screws 10 (M4 x 8). Guide the cable 11 through the clips 9. –...

  • Page 30: Mounting The Operating Panel

    10.3 Mounting the operating panel – Screw on operating panel 1 along with the thread guide 2. – Take off the valve cap 3. – Lay the panel’s connection cable 5: Pull the cable in the arm and then downwards through the opening in the table plate.

  • Page 31: Mounting The Sewing Light (optional Equipment)

    10.4 Mounting the sewing light (optional equipment) CAUTION ! The power supply to the sewing light is not disconnected when the main switch is turned off. Remember to pull out the mains plug before making this connection. The sewing light 1 will be mounted on the arm cover 2. –...

  • Page 32: General, Earthing, Machine Head

    11. Electrical Connections 11.1 General Caution! All work on the electrical equipment of the sewing machine may only be carried out by qualified electricians or other appropriately trained persons. The power cord must always be disconnected while working on the electrical equipment! 11.2 Earthing 11.2.1...

  • Page 33: Knee Switch

    11.2.2 Knee switch – Fasten the large eyelet on the earth cable 1 to the knee switch using screw 2. – Screw the earth cable 1 to the control unit box using screw 3.

  • Page 34: Checking The Mains Supply Voltage, Connecting The Clutch Motor (fir) To The Mains Voltage

    11.3 Checking the mains supply voltage Caution! The nominal voltage given on the sewing drive’s identification plate must correspond to the mains voltage where it is to be operated. 11.4 Connecting the clutch motor (FIR) to the mains voltage Caution! A pluggable connection must be used to connect the sewing machine to the mains supply voltage! The clutch motor should be connected to three-phase current:...

  • Page 35: Rotational Direction Of The Clutch Motor, Checking The Rotational Direction, Changing The Rotational Direction

    11.4.1 Rotational direction of the clutch motor Caution! Make sure to check the rotational direction of the sewing drive before initial commissioning of the sewing machine! Operating the sewing machine with the incorrect rotational direction can damage the machine. 11.4.2 Checking the rotational direction The rotational direction of the clutch motor (a three-phase motor) is dependent on the three-phase mains connection and the method of...

  • Page 36: Connecting The Sewing Light Transformer (optional Equipment)

    11.4.4 Connecting the sewing light transformer (optional equipment) CAUTION ! The transformer for the sewing light is connected directly to the mains power supply and is live even when the main switch has been turned off. Always pull out the mains plug before starting any work on the transformer (for example, when changing the fuse).

  • Page 37: Connecting The Dc Positioning Drive To The Mains Voltage, Connecting The Sewing Machine Head

    11.5 Connecting the DC positioning drive to the mains voltage Caution! A pluggable connection must be used to connect the sewing machine to the mains supply voltage! The DC positioning drive is run with single-phase AC current of 190 - 240V 50/60Hz. The connection should be made according to the connection diagram 9800 120009 A or 9800 130014 R.

  • Page 38: Connecting The Da321g Control Unit

    11.5.2 Connecting the DA321G control unit KN19 – Plug the cable from the setpoint director device (pedal) into the B80 socket on the control unit. – Plug the motor sensor cable 1 into the B2 socket on the controller. – Plug the motor cable 2 into the B41 socket on the controller.

  • Page 39: Checking The Rotational Direction Of The Dc Positioning Drive

    11.5.3 Checking the rotational direction of the DC positioning drive CAUTION ! Make sure to check the rotational direction of the sewing drive before commissioning the sewing machine. Operating the sewing machine with the incorrect rotational direction can damage the machine. The arrow on the belt cover indicates the machine’s proper direction of rotation.

  • Page 40: Checking The Positioning, Machine-specific Parameters

    11.5.4 Checking the positioning The needle position should already be properly set upon arrival of the sewing machine. However, the needle position should be checked before starting up the machine. Prerequisite · The sewing foot should be set in the high position. (Refer to the operating instructions).

  • Page 41: Master Reset

    In order to ensure that the machine is properly positioned and that all functions are correct, the following parameters must be verified or set correctly: · Parameter F-111: set to 3000 rpm or less. · Parameter F-270: set to 6 (selection of positioning sensor) ·...

  • Page 42: Connecting The Sewing Light On The Da321g Control Unit

    11.5.7 Connecting the sewing light on the DA321G control unit – Loosen the four screws on the front plate of the control unit. – Take off the front plate. – Push the cable from the rear through the cable duct 1 in the controller.

  • Page 43: Pneumatic Connections

    12. Pneumatic Connections CAUTION ! The pneumatic equipment will only function smoothly when the system’s supply pressure in between 8 and 10 bar. The operating pressure of the sewing machine is 6 bar. Pneumatic connection package You can order a pneumatic connection package (order number 0797 003031) for stands with compressed-air maintenance units.

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    Connecting the maintenance unit to the sewing machine head – Unscrew the cap 6. – Connect hose 3 (in accessory pack) with the distributor plate 7 located on the machine head. – Screw the cap 6 back on. Setting the operating pressure The operating pressure is 6 bar.

  • Page 45: Lubrication

    13. Lubrication Caution: Risk of injury ! Oil can cause skin rashes. Avoid prolonged skin contact. If oil or grease contacts your skin, wash yourself thoroughly. CAUTION ! The handling and disposal of mineral oils is subject to legal constraints. Deliver used oil to an authorized reception point.

  • Page 46: Sewing Test

    14. Sewing test After setup is complete, a sewing test must be carried out. – Plug in the power supply plug. Caution: Risk of injury ! Turn the main switch off. The needle thread and shuttle thread must be threaded only when the machine is turned off.

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