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Mitsubishi Electric PLK-G-PAL Technical Manual

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INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINE
MODEL
PLK-G-PAL
TECHNICAL MANUAL
Operation Panel
A180E606P12

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  • Page 1 INDUSTRIAL SEWING MACHINE MODEL PLK-G-PAL TECHNICAL MANUAL Operation Panel A180E606P12...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents [1] For safe use ____________________________________________ [1]-1 [2] Precautions for use ______________________________________ [2]-1 [3] Explanations of basic screen, icons and operation ____________ [3]-1 1.Screen configuration ..................[3]-1 2.Explanations of Standard screen 1 ..............[3]-2 3.Explanations of Standard screen 2 ..............[3]-3 4.The Up Counter screen is explained below ............
  • Page 4 [11] Modification mode ______________________________________ [11]-1 1.Main modification mode functions..............[11]-1 2.Entering the modification mode................. [11]-1 3.Quitting the modification mode................[11]-2 4.Changing the feed data to home position ............[11]-2 5.Confirming on the image screen ............... [11]-3 6.Modifying the stitching start position ..............[11]-5 7.Deleting a stitch (Deleting the designated No.
  • Page 5 * The contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. * An utmost effort has been made to cover all points of operation in this manual. Contact Mitsubishi if you have any questions regarding the contents. COPYRIGHT(C)2011-2013 MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION - 3 -...
  • Page 6: For Safe Use

    [1] For safe use ■ For safe use Always observe the following matters to safely use the Mitsubishi industrial electronic sewing machine PLK-G Series. Before starting Before using this control unit, read all of the technical manuals carefully, and correctly use the unit following the manual.
  • Page 7 Removal (1) Always turn the power switch OFF and disconnect the plug from the socket (power supply line) before removing the control box. (2) Do not pull out the cord when disconnecting the plug. Always hold the plug receptacle when disconnecting the plug.
  • Page 8: Precautions For Use

    [2] Precautions for use Warning 1. Do not place foot on the foot switch when turning the power ON. 2. Always turn the power OFF when leaving the sewing machine. 3. Do not inspect the control circuit with a tester. 4.
  • Page 9 9. The sewing machine will coast to a stop when the power is turned OFF or a power failure occurs during sewing machine operation. 10. Always align the connector shape and direction, and securely insert the connector. 11. If the position detector's connector dislocates, or the sewing machine is completely locked, the motor will be turned OFF automatically for a set time to prevent burning.
  • Page 10: Explanations Of Basic Screen, Icons And Operation

    [3] Explanations of basic screen, icons and operation Note When power supply is turned on, if there is not sewing pattern data in the internal memory, the message of [PATTERN DATA DOES NOT EXIST] is displayed. Press , then the standard screen is displayed.
  • Page 11: Explanations Of Standard Screen 1

    2. Explanations of Standard screen 1 The Standard screen 1 is explained in detail below. The pattern name is displayed. (Max : eight characters) The pattern No. is displayed. The sewing machine stitching speed is increased. The current stitching speed setting value is displayed.
  • Page 12: Explanations Of Standard Screen 2

    3. Explanations of Standard screen 2 Displays the Standard screen 2 from the Standard screen 1, by pressing The Standard screen 2 is explained in detail below. The Up Counter screen is displayed. The Down Counter screen is displayed. The counter value is displayed. (Current value/setting value) Same as Standard screen 1.
  • Page 13: The Bobbin Winding Screen Is Explained Below

    5. The Bobbin Winding screen is explained below This screen is used to wind thread on the bobbin. (The presser bar lifting will lower when the bobbin winding icon is pressed on the Standard screen 2.) When the work holder switch is turned ON and the start switch is turned ON, the sewing machine will start rotating at the set speed.
  • Page 14: Explanation Of Operations

    7. Explanation of operations (1)Stitching operations [1] Reconfirm the stitching data before starting. Take special care to the set stitching speed. [2] The stitching speed is determined according to the set speed and stitch length. The maximum stitching speed is determined by the speed setting, and the stitch length limits the stitching speed.
  • Page 15: Adjusting The Liquid Crystal Contrast

    (3)Restitching methods Restitching can be carried out using the previously explained halt function. If the operation is halted due to needle thread breakage, etc., set the needle at the UP position, and then using the forward jog/reverse jog icons, move to the position where the thread broke. Tie the needle thread, etc., and restart stitching by pressing the start switch.
  • Page 16: Sewing Data Compatibility

    [4] Sewing Data Compatibility 1.Number and type of Sewing Data Number Type Explanation 100 ~ 999 This is data created with the PLK-G series. G data (*1) (The maximum number of stitches is 20,000 stitches.) This is data created with the PLK-A series 100 ~ 399 A data (old model).
  • Page 17: Reading, Writing And Erasing Data

    [5] Reading, writing and erasing data 1. USB To perform actions such as storing (reading/writing) sewing data on a device other than the internal memory or reinstalling the system, a USB device is used. The device is connected to the USB connector on the front side of the control box.
  • Page 18: Reading

    2.Reading Operation points ·Select “Read mode” from the menu. ·Select the target (internal memory/USB memory). ·Select the data, and execute reading. Operation details (1)Selecting data read Note Data reading excluding the start position cannot be executed. Read pattern data after home returning. on the standard screen, and open the ►Press menu mode.
  • Page 19 Note When the pattern data number is already known, it is possible to read by specifying the number directly by the following operations. (Following operation is limited to reading from an internal memory. ) Reading [Direct reading mode] Operation details (1) Selects pattern data read button Note Data reading excluding the start position cannot be...
  • Page 20 (4) Specifies pattern data number 2 ►Next press number button [6]. ► Then all pattern data which number starts from 86 is displayed. ►At this time, desired pattern number [861] is displayed, then press Note It is also available, if inputs 3 digits in the column as [861] and push button.
  • Page 21: Writing

    3.Writing Operation points ·Select “Write mode” from the menu. ·Select the target (internal memory/USB memory). ·Set the pattern name and number, and execute writing. Operation details (1)Selecting data write on the standard screen, and open the ►Press menu mode. ►Press Note Data writing excluding the start position cannot be executed.
  • Page 22: Erasing

    4.Erasing Operation points ·Select “Read mode” from the menu. ·Select the target (internal memory/USB memory). ·Select the data, and execute erasing. Operation details (1)Selecting data erase on the standard screen, and open the ►Press menu mode. ►Press Note Data erasing excluding the start position cannot be executed.
  • Page 23: Reading Data With Shortcut Icons (reading From Internal Memory)

    5.Reading data with shortcut icons (Reading from internal memory) Memo Data can be read out with easy operations. Operation details (1)Reading data Use the icon under the image area of the standard ► screen for call-up operation. (No. 802 is used as an example here.) Press to sequentially display the No.
  • Page 24: Rename The Data Number

    6. Rename the data number Memo The number of the data that was saved in an internal memory can be changed. Operation details (1) Selecting data read on the standard screen, and open the ► Press menu mode. ►Press (2) Selecting the data Selecting the number of the data that wants to ►...
  • Page 25: Creating Stitching Data

    [6] Creating stitching data 1.Flow of data creation The flow of creating simple stitching data, as shown below, is explained in this section. The flow of operations for creating data and the transition of screen displays are explained here. [Sample Fig.1] (1)Start from the standard screen ►Press (2)The menu mode will open.
  • Page 26 (3)The “INPUT MODE” screen will open. ►If the data has not been input on the standard screen, the icons will not appear. To clear the input data and input new data, press To continuously input after the data already input, press ►Set the speed.
  • Page 27 (5)The “INPUT MODE” menu will open. ►When is pressed, the work holder will return to the home position, and inputting of data will be completed.(Data on feed data to the home position and the end code will be created.) Caution The work holder will automatically return to the home position.
  • Page 28: Description Of Arrow Input Screen

    2.Description of arrow input screen The arrow input screen is described below. The current status will be displayed. "STITCH": Shows the "current needle position value/total number of stitches". When the needle is at the final stitch (current needle position value = total number of stitches) "X, Y": Shows the position values entered with the arrow mark icons.
  • Page 29: Description Of Menu

    “Cancel”: Cancels the last operation, and returns to the previous data entry point. Caution work holder will move. If the needle is lowered, be careful not to get injured. “Delete last point”: Deletes the last determined point, and returns to the previous data entry point. Caution work holder will move.
  • Page 30: Skip Jogging

    4.Skip jogging Skip jogging allows movement to the target needle position at a faster speed than normal jogging. Skip jogging can be used in the input, modification and conversion modes. Turning skip jogging ON/OFF, and displaying the setting screen Press found on the input screen menu, the ►...
  • Page 31: Methods Of Creating Sewing Data

    [7] Methods of creating sewing data Caution Note that the needle will rise to the UP position when the "Home position Return" icon is pressed. (If the needle is not at the UP position, it may lower once and then return to the UP position.) By removing the presser bar lifting from sewing machine, data can be input safety and accurately.
  • Page 32 (2)Setting feed data to A point The movement amount can be confirmed. ► [Example] X: -20.0, Y: +10.0 Press to set the data. ► (Data on feed data to point A will be created.) The movement amount will be cleared. ►...
  • Page 33 (6)Inputting the return/end code Press ► Data on feed data to the home position and the end code will be created.) Caution The work holder will automatically return to the home position. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc. A prompt for home position return will appear.
  • Page 34: Arc Input

    2.Arc input Operation points ▪ Designate arc input ( ▪ Input three points (An arc, passing through the current position (already input) and two newly input points, is created.) [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created. Operation details (1)Inputting feed data to A point Press on the Standard...
  • Page 35 (4)Designating arc input Press and then press ► The system will return to the arrow input screen. ► (5)Setting B point and C point Press the arrow mark icon to move to point B. ► The movement amount can be confirmed. ►...
  • Page 36 (8)Inputting the return/end code Press ► Data on feed data to the home position and the end code will be created.) Caution The work holder will automatically return to the home position. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc. A prompt for home position return will appear.
  • Page 37 Memo The size display of the pattern data is explained when "The arc" or "The Circle" is made and the image display is pushed from a standard screen, the image display screen is opened. For instance, when made the 20mm half circle data but the size display is not [20.0] Y axially, is [19.9] it like the above figure.
  • Page 38: Circle Input

    3.Circle input Operation points ▪ Designate circle input ( ▪ Input three points (A circle, passing through the current position (already input) and two newly input points, is created.) Caution Note that the work holder will go back to the circle start position after the data is created. [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created.
  • Page 39 (4)Setting B point and C point Using the arrow icons, move to the B point. ► Press to determine point B. ► The Arrow Input screen will reappear, so press the ► arrow icons and move to the C point. Press to determine point C.
  • Page 40 (7)Inputting the return/end code Press ► Data on feed data to the home position and the end code will be created.) Caution The work holder will automatically return to the home position. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc. A prompt for home position return will appear.
  • Page 41: Curve Input

    4.Curve input Operation points ▪ Designate curve input ( ▪ Up to 300 points can be input (A curve, passing through the current position and the input points, is created.) ▪ A delimiter point can be inserted at a pointed corner to continuously input the curve. [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created.
  • Page 42 (4)Setting B point Press the arrow mark icon to move to point B. ► Press to determine point B. ► (5)Setting C point Press the arrow mark icon to move to point C. ► Press to determine point C. ► Press again to enter the breakpoint.
  • Page 43 (8)Creating the curve input The data creation confirmation message "Create ► breakpoint data" will appear. Press to return to the last point input screen. ► Press to start creation of the curve input data. ► A message indicating that the data is being created ►...
  • Page 44 (10)Confirming the data Confirm the data. Press the jog icons ( ► so the sewing machine movement can be confirmed. (Even if the data input has not been completed, if the data input last has been set, the movement can be confirmed in the same manner.) If the data must be modified, refer to section [11] ►...
  • Page 45: Broken Line Input

    5.Broken line input Operation points ▪ Designate broken line input( ▪ Up to 300 points can be input (A broken line connecting the current position and input points is created.) [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created. Operation details (1)Inputting feed data to A point Press...
  • Page 46 Setting B point , C point , D point , E point Press the arrow mark icon to move to point B. ► Press to determine point B. ► Press the arrow mark icon to move to point C. ► Press to determine point C.
  • Page 47 (7)Inputting the return/end code Press ► Data on feed data to the home position and the end code will be created.) Caution The work holder will automatically return to the home position. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc. A prompt for home position return will appear.
  • Page 48: Point Input

    6.Point input Operation points ▪ Designate point input( (The distance between the points must be within 20mm) [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created. Operation details (1)Inputting feed data to A point Press on the Standard ► screen.
  • Page 49 (4)Setting B point to K point Press the arrow mark icon to move to point B. ► Memo The distance between the points must be within 20mm. Press to determine point B. ► Press the arrow mark icon to move to point C. ►...
  • Page 50: Code Data Input

    7.Code data input Operation points ▪ Designate code data input( ▪ Select and input the code data from the code data list [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created. Input the "NEEDLE UP HALT" code at the B point between the A-B point linear line and B-C linear line.
  • Page 51 ■List of code data Code Function Code Function Function code 1 2nd home position FUN1 Needle UP halt Function code 2 USTP FUN2 Needle DOWN halt Function code 3 DSTP FUN3 Thread trimming Function code 4 TRIM FUN4 Basting Function code 5 FUN5 Function code 6 FUN6...
  • Page 52 (2)Code selection on code selection screen Press ► decides to pushing. ► (The BAT code is made.) Returns to the arrow input screen. ► (3)Arrow input screen Does not become SEW (Sewing) input mode and it is ► FEED input mood after input the "BAT" code. Input the feed data to the next B point.
  • Page 53 About Extension code 1 (EXT1) * Press the Extension screen display key , and press ►”ASRT” : Automatic start after stopping Using the numeric keypad, set the time that stops until starting automatically. About the Function code (FUN1~FUNH) Output signal FN1 to FNH can be controlled by set in the pattern data. (Refer to P.[14]-9) When code data FUN1 is read in the pattern data while sewing, FN1 output is reversed.
  • Page 54 About Extension code 3 (EXT3) * Press the Extension screen display key , and press These signal also controls output signal FN1~FNH as well as above mentioned extension code (FUN1~FUNH). (Refer to P.[14]-9) When code data F1_H is read in the pattern data while sewing, FN1 output is turned on. When code data F1_L is read in the pattern data while sewing, FN1 output is turned off.
  • Page 55: Back Tacking (start/end Back Tacking)

    Application inputs Various types of stitching, including back tacking, multiple stitching, offset stitching and zigzag stitching can be carried out. Various types of stitching data can be created by combining the basic inputs and these types. (Refer to section [9] Table of stitching type combinations.) Note that the application inputs cannot be combined with point inputs to input data.
  • Page 56 (2)Setting the back tacking details The details are set on this screen. ► (The details set here are, (start/end back tacking), start mode (N mode), three start stitches, end mode (N mode), three end stitches.) Press to determine these set values. ►...
  • Page 57: Back Tacking (overlap Back Tacking)

    9.Back tacking (overlap back tacking) [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created. Input a rectangle as a broken line, and then insert overlap back tacking at the end. (The overlap mode is entered once; three overlap stitches are made.) (The bold section is the overlap back tacking section.) Memo It is a shutting figure in the figure made in [Broken line], [Circle], [Curve] to be able to do multiple back tacking.
  • Page 58 Memo Overlap mode in the overlap mode indicate the number of overlapped sections. Memo Number of overlap stitches This is the number of stitches at the overlapped section. (Set a value between 0 and 99.) Memo If the distance between the broken line start point and the end point is 0.5 mm or more, the overlap back tacking data will not be created.(If the distance between the broken line start point and the end point is less than 0.5, the pattern will be regarded as the "closed pattern", and the same coordinate value will be automatically set for both the start point and end point.)
  • Page 59: Multiple Stitching

    10.Multiple stitching Type Connection icon Stitching data image Explanation "Stitching" in a set direction is connected Feed data with "feed without stitching". Multiple "Stitching" in a set direction is connected Stitching with "stitching". "Stitching" in alternating reverse Feed data directions is connected with "feed data". Reverse multiple "Stitching"...
  • Page 60 (2)Setting the reverse multiple stitching details The details are set on this screen. ► (Press , and set the distance to 6.0, and the number of times to 3.) Press to set the data. ► The system will return to the input method setting ►...
  • Page 61 Memo (A) It is for the combination data of a curve input and multiple (offset) sew. The data like the figure below (right) is made as shown in the figure below (left) when curves which pass point 2, point 3, and point 4 after an feed from the home position to point 1 are combined with multiple sewing and inputs.(Distance=10mm and 2 times of "Frequency") The distance of the multiple data becomes "It is narrow"...
  • Page 62: Offset Stitching (with Overlap Back Tacking)

    11.Offset stitching (with overlap back tacking) [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created. Input offset stitching with overlap back tacking as a broken line. (Set the offset distance to "5.0 mm", direction to "right", overlap back tacking mode to "1", and number of stitches to "3".) (The bold section indicates the overlap back tacking section.)
  • Page 63 (4)Setting the overlap back tacking details The details are set on this screen. ► (The details set here are, (overlap back tacking), overlap mode , three overlap stitches.) Press to set the data. ► The system will return to the input method setting ►...
  • Page 64: Zigzag Stitching (with Overlap Back Tacking)

    12.Zigzag stitching (with overlap back tacking) [Example] The following type of sewing data will be created. Input zigzag stitching with overlap back tacking as circle. (The zigzag deflection width will be 5.0mm, the feed amount will be 3.0mm, the direction is left,. the overlap back tacking mode will be carried out once, and three overlap stitches will be made.) (The bold section is the overlap back tacking section.)
  • Page 65 Deflection width, feed amount and creation direction Deflection width Feed amount Travel direction Travel direction Travel direction Travel direction left side center center right side Starts from left side Starts from right side (3)Setting the back tacking details After returning to the Input Method Setting screen, ►...
  • Page 66 (5)Confirming the data Zigzag stitching (with overlap back tacking) ► Memo Or press the ZIGZAG icon on the arrow input screen to directly display the ZIGZAG setting screen. [7] - 36...
  • Page 67: Controlling The Presser Foot

    [8] Controlling the Presser Foot 1. Setting for material thickness The lowest position when the presser foot is lowered can be corrected by following setting. Before sewing operation, please adjust the lowest position of the presser foot. NOTE If presser foot height is changed by mechanical adjustment, this setting can not be used. Please use this setting, after return the presser foot height to the factory shipment condition.
  • Page 68 2. Setting for material step level Presser foot height between the sewing can be changed according to the step of the material thickness. (In change the height of the presser foot according to the situation of the sewing material, it is effective to prevent skip stitch or prevent thread breakage.) The method in the pattern data input is as follows.
  • Page 69: Table Of Stitching Type Combinations

    [9] Table of stitching type combinations Application input Reverse Start/end Overlap back Basic input back tacking tacking Multiple multiple Offset Zigzag ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Linear ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○...
  • Page 70 Application input Reverse Start/end Overlap back Basic input back tacking tacking Multiple multiple Offset Zigzag ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Curve ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○...
  • Page 71: Call-up Function

    [10] Call-up function In the sewing data input mode, you can call up the sewing data from the internal memory, and can combine the called-up data with the currently-created data to create a new sewing data. You can determine whether the first and final feed data should be deleted.
  • Page 72: Modification Mode

    [11] Modification mode 1.Main modification mode functions Function icon Details Details setting Modifying the The stitching start position stitching start moves. position ([11]-5) Designated No. of Stitches Deleting a stitch Deletes the designated stitch. ([11]-7) All After Designated Stitch One Stitch Addition Adding a stitch Data for one stitch is added at ([11]-11)
  • Page 73: Quitting The Modification Mode

    3.Quitting the modification mode After making modifications, press to quit the ► modification mode. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) 4.Changing the feed data to home position An example for adding the A' point by adding ►...
  • Page 74: Confirming On The Image Screen

    5.Confirming on the image screen If the image display is pressed in the input mode, modification mode or conversion icon mode, the Image screen will open. This Image screen can be used effectively when modifying (converting) data in the modification (conversion mode), and the data can be modified (converted) easily.
  • Page 75 ▪ Modifying a block (The broken line input data is created with block modification.) : Indicates the home position. (Common for all Image screens.) : Indicates the block modification start position. : Indicates the block modification end position. : Broken line transit point 1 : Broken line transit point 2 : Broken line transit point 3 : Broken line transit point 4...
  • Page 76: Modifying The Stitching Start Position

    6.Modifying the stitching start position [Example] The stitching start position A point in the stitching data will be modified to the B point as shown below. Operation details (1)Selecting the stitching start position movement Enter the modification mode. (Refer to the methods for ►...
  • Page 77 (4)Confirming with the Standard screen The stitching start position has been modified. ► (*1) Memo Please note that there is a characteristic explained as follows about " Modifying the stitching start position “ of the data with the back tacking. The data of the figure below is the straight line data which puts the start/end back tacking of V mode.
  • Page 78: Deleting A Stitch (deleting The Designated No. Of Stitches)

    7.Deleting a stitch (Deleting the designated No. of stitches) [Example] The stitching pattern between the C point and D point in the following type of stitching data will be deleted. Operation details (1)Selecting deletion of stitches Enter the modification mode. (Refer to the methods for ►...
  • Page 79 (4)Confirming execution Press ► (The stitch will be deleted.) (5)Confirming after stitch deletion Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) (6)Confirming with the Standard screen The stitch has been deleted.
  • Page 80: Deleting A Stitch (deleting All Stitches After The Designated Position)

    8.Deleting a stitch (Deleting all stitches after the designated position) [Example] The stitching pattern after the E point in the following type of stitching data will be deleted. Operation details (1)Selecting deletion of stitches Enter the modification mode. ► Press Stitch Data Change and Stitch Delete ►...
  • Page 81 (4)Confirming after stitch deletion Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) (5)Confirming with the Standard screen The stitches have been deleted.
  • Page 82: Adding A Stitch (adding One Stitch)

    9.Adding a stitch (Adding one stitch) [Example] The required stitch length A' will be added to the A point of the following type of stitching (The maximum stitch length is 20mm (between A and A').) Operation details (1)Selecting stitch addition Enter the modification mode.
  • Page 83 (4)Confirming after stitch addition Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) (5)Confirming with the Standard screen One stitch has been added.
  • Page 84: Adding A Stitch (adding The Same Stitch)

    10.Adding a stitch (Adding the same stitch) [Example] The stitch A' point, the same as A, will be added to the A point of the following type of stitching data. Operation details (1)Selecting stitch addition Enter the modification mode. ► Press Stitch Data Change ►...
  • Page 85 (4)Confirming after stitch addition Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) (5)Confirming with the Standard screen The same stitch has been added.
  • Page 86: Modifying The Stitch Position (position Of Subsequent Data Fixed)

    11.Modifying the stitch position (Position of subsequent data fixed) [Example] The D point in the following type of stitching data will be moved. Operation details (1)Selecting stitch position modification Enter the modification mode. ► Press Stitch Data Change ► and Stitch Position Modify Press to open the next screen.
  • Page 87 (4)Confirming after modification Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) (5)Confirming with the Standard screen The stitch position has been modified.
  • Page 88: Modifying The Stitch Position (subsequent Data Position Moved)

    12.Modifying the stitch position (Subsequent data position moved) [Example] The C point in the following type of stitching data will be moved. (The D, E, F and G points will move) Operation details (1)Selecting stitch position modification Enter the modification mode. ►...
  • Page 89 (4)Confirming after modification Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) The stitch position has been modified. The stitch positions have been modified.
  • Page 90: Moving A Block (changing The Prior/subsequent Data)

    13.Moving a block (Changing the prior/subsequent data) [Example] The section between the D point and E point of the following type of stitching data will be moved to the D' point to E' point. At this time, the data prior to and after the D' point to E' point will be changed. Operation details (1)Selecting block movement Enter the modification mode.
  • Page 91 (4)Setting the movement method and stitch length Set the movement method. Press Prior/Subsequent ► Data Change Set the stitch length. ► (Set to 3.0mm for this example.) Press ► (5)Determining the movement amount Using the arrow icons, determine the movement ►...
  • Page 92: Moving A Block (adding New Data To The Prior/subsequent Data)

    14.Moving a block (Adding new data to the prior/subsequent data) [Example] The section between the D point and E point of the following type of stitching data will be moved to the D' point to E' point. At this time, new data will be added prior to and after the D' point to E' point. (the D point to D' point and the E point to E' point) Operation details (1)Selecting block movement...
  • Page 93 (4)Setting the movement method and stitch length Set the movement method. ► Press Add New Stitch To Prior/Subsequent Data Set the stitch length. ► (Set to 3.0mm for this example.) Press ► (5)Determining the movement amount Using the arrow icons, determine the movement ►...
  • Page 94: Modifying A Block 1 (linear Input)

    15.Modifying a block 1 (Linear input) [Example] The section between the A point and B point of the following type of stitching pattern will be modified to a linear line. Operation details (1)Selecting block modification Enter the modification mode. ► Press Stitch Data Change ►...
  • Page 95 (4)Determining the block modification range (end point) Using Jog , determine the end point ► position.(B point) Press ► Caution When the end point is determined, the work holder will automatically return to the start point. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc.
  • Page 96 [Memo] 1. When arc modification is selected for block modification: Arc modification will be executed just by indicating one point in the designated range. 2. When linear modification is selected for block modification: The modification range will be connected with linear lines. 3.
  • Page 97: Modifying A Block 2 (broken Line, Arc, Curve Input)

    16.Modifying a block 2 (Broken line, arc, curve input) Methods for designating the modification position with the jog icons. (This is handy when using the modification origin data as a reference.) [Example] The C point and D point in the following type of data are each modified to the C' point and D' point. ´...
  • Page 98 (4)Determining the block modification range (end point) Using Jog , determinethe end point ► position.(E point) Press Jog Validity ► Press ► Caution When the end point is determined, the work holder will automatically return to the start point. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc.
  • Page 99 (8)Moving from the modification origin jog position to the modification position, and setting the data Press the arrow icons and modify the position. (Move ► to the D' point in this example.) Press ► Caution The work holder will automatically return to the modification origin jog position (Needle position specified at (5.)).
  • Page 100 Designating the modification position without using jog icons (Handy for newly creating data.) ■ [Example] The C point and D point in the following type of data are each modified to the C' point and D' point. ´ ´ Operation details (1)Selecting block modification Enter the modification mode.
  • Page 101 (4)Determining the block modification range Using Jog , determine the start point(B ► point) and end point(E point). Press Jog Validity ► Press ► Caution When the end point is determined, the work holder will automatically return to the start point. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc.
  • Page 102 (8)Confirming the modified data Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) [11] - 31...
  • Page 103: Modifying A Block 3 (zigzag Input)

    17.Modifying a block 3 (Zigzag input) [Example] The section between the A point and B point in the following type of stitching data is modified to a zigzag pattern. Operation details (1)Selecting block modification Enter the modification mode. ► Press Stitch Data Change ►...
  • Page 104 (4)Determining the block modification range (end point) Using Jog , determine the end point ► position.(B point) Press ► Caution When the end point is determined, the work holder will automatically return to the start point. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc.
  • Page 105: Modifying A Block 4 (changing The Feed Data)

    18.Modifying a block 4 (Changing the feed data) Methods for designating the modification position with the jog icons. (This is handy when using the modification origin data as a reference.) [Example] The E point and F point in the following type of data are each modified to the E' point and F' point. Operation details (1)Selecting block modification Enter the modification mode.
  • Page 106 (4)Determining the block modification range (end point) Using Jog , determine the end point ► position.(A point) Press Jog Validity ► Press ► Caution When the end point is determined, the work holder will automatically return to the start point. Take care when the needle is lowered, etc.
  • Page 107 (8)Moving from the modification origin jog position to the modification position, and setting the data Press the arrow icons and modify the position. ► (Move to the F' point in this example.) Press ► Caution The work holder will automatically return to the modification origin jog position.
  • Page 108 Designating the modification position without using jog icons ■ (Handy for newly creating data.) [Example] The E point and F point in the following type of stitching data will be deleted, the G point will be newly created, and the feed data will be modified. ´...
  • Page 109 (4)Determining the block modification range Using Jog , determine the start ► point(Home position) and end point(A point). Press Jog Validity ► Press ► (5)Moving and determining the modification position Using the arrow icons, modify the position. ► (Move to G point in this example.) Press ►...
  • Page 110: Modifying Stitch Length (designated Distance Modification)

    19.Modifying stitch length (Designated distance modification) [Example] The stitch length between the stitching data point A and point B is modified as shown below. (3.0mm → 7.0mm) Operation details (1)Selecting the stitch length modification Enter the modification mode. ► Press Stitch Data Change ►...
  • Page 111 (4)Setting the stitch length and confirming execution Set the stitch length. (This will be "7.0mm" here.) ► Press ► (5)Confirming the modifications Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data.
  • Page 112: Modifying Stitch Length (all After Designated Stitch)

    20.Modifying stitch length (All After designated stitch) [Example] The stitch length from stitching data point A to the end of stitching is modified as shown below. (3.0mm → 9.0mm) Operation details (1)Selecting the stitch length modification Enter the modification mode. ►...
  • Page 113 (4)Confirming the modifications Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) (5)Confirming with the Standard screen The stitch length has been modified.
  • Page 114: Modifying Material Step

    21.Modifying material step [example] In the pattern data like a figure below, it is modified that the presser foot will be raised by 1.6 mm between A point and B point. (The presser foot correction value is already set to 3.0 mm) Detailed operation (1)Selection material step modification ►Enter the pattern modification mode (Refer to P.[11]-1)
  • Page 115 (4) Moving to designated stitch position then, ►Press ►Press (5) Moving to designated stitch position (B point) ►Move X-Y table to B point by pressing ►After move to the position, press (6) Setting correction value ►Change material thicknes to [-1.6] by pressing up and down arrow.
  • Page 116 (8)Back to the standard screen ►Material step has been modified. (The presser foot motion can be checked by the JOG icon) (9)Check the correction ►Enter the modification mode. (Refer to P.[11]-1) , then ►Press ►Press (10)Moving to modified stitch position ►Move to designated position (A point) by pressing ►...
  • Page 117: Modifying The Stitching Speed (all Sections After Designated Position)

    22.Modifying the stitching speed (All sections after designated position) [Example] The stitching speed for all sections after the B point in the following type of stitching data will be changed to medium-high speed(MD1). Operation details (1)Selecting stitching speed modification Enter the modification mode. ►...
  • Page 118 (4)Confirming the modifications Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) [11] - 47...
  • Page 119: Modifying The Stitching Speed (n Stitches After Designated Position)

    23.Modifying the stitching speed (N stitches after designated position) [Example] The stitching speed for three stitches from the B point to the C point in the following type of stitching data will be changed to medium-high speed(MD1). Operation details (1)Selecting stitching speed modification Enter the modification mode.
  • Page 120 (4)Setting the speed and confirming execution Set the new speed (MD1). ► Press ► (The stitching speed will be modified.) (5)Confirming the modifications Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data.
  • Page 121: Modifying Code Data (adding Code Data)

    24.Modifying code data (Adding code data) Memo Refer to "Code data input" for a list of code data. [7]-21 [Example] The needle UP halt code (USTP) will be added to the D point of the following type of stitching data. Operation details (1)Selecting code data addition Enter the modification mode.
  • Page 122 (4)Confirming execution Press ► (The code data will be added.) (5)Confirming the modifications Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) [11] - 51...
  • Page 123: Modifying Code Data (deleting Code Data)

    25.Modifying code data (Deleting code data) [Example] The needle UP halt code (USTP) will be deleted from the D point of the following type of stitching data. Operation details (1)Selecting code data deletion Enter the modification mode. ► Press Code Data Change , and ►...
  • Page 124 (4)Confirming the modifications Quit the modification mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the modifications executed last will be undone.) [11] - 53...
  • Page 125: Data Conversion Mode

    [12] Data conversion mode 1.Main data conversion mode functions Function icon Details Details setting Start/end back tacking Existing back tacking can be Back tacking modified, and new back tacking can ([12]-3) Overlap back tacking be created. (Valid only for a closed figure.) Zigzag Existing zigzag stitching can be stitching...
  • Page 126: Quitting The Conversion Mode

    3.Quitting the conversion mode After converting the data, press to quit the ► conversion mode. (When is pressed, the conversions executed last will be undone.) 4.Confirming on the image screen (for the conversion mode) (Refer to the section "Confirming on the image screen " for the modification mode for explanations common for the modification mode and conversion mode.) Page[11]-3 ■Scaling, rotation : Indicates the home position.
  • Page 127: Back Tacking(start/end Back Tacking)

    5.Back tacking(Start/end back tacking) [Example] In the following type of stitching data, the start/end back tacking at the start of stitching (point A) and end of stitching (point B) is converted (added). (The bold line indicates the back tacking) Operation details (1)Selecting back tacking Enter the conversion mode.
  • Page 128 (4)Setting the back tacking details The details are set on this screen. ► (The details set here are, (start/end back tacking)), start mode (N mode), five start stitches, end mode (M mode), three end stitches.) Press ► (5)Confirming execution of conversion Quit the conversion mode.
  • Page 129: Back Tacking(overlap Back Tacking)

    6.Back tacking(Overlap back tacking) [Example] In the following type of stitching data, the overlap back tacking is converted (point A-B-C-D-A : Broken line) Operation details (1)Selecting back tacking Enter the conversion mode. ► Press Back tacking ► Press ► (2)Setting the block for converting back tacking Using jogging, move to the block where back tacking ►...
  • Page 130 (4)Setting the back tacking details The details are set on this screen. ► (The details set here are, (overlap back tacking), overlap mode three overlap stitches.) Press ► (5)Confirming execution of conversion Quit the conversion mode. Press to change to ►...
  • Page 131: Zigzag Stitching

    7.Zigzag stitching [Example] In the following type of stitching data, the arc section between point B and point C is converted (added) to zigzag stitching. (Point A to point B: linear, point B to point C: arc, point C to point D: linear) Operation details (1)Selecting zigzag stitching Enter the conversion mode.
  • Page 132 (3)Selecting zigzag Press zigzag ► (4)Setting the zigzag details The details are set on this screen. ► (Press , set the deflection width to 5.0, and feed amount to 3.0. The creation direction is (Refer to section [7] Methods of creating sewing data (12) Zigzag stitching for details on the "deflection width, feed amount and creation direction".) Press...
  • Page 133: Scaling

    8.Scaling [Example] The data will be reduced (X: 50%, 75%) with a fixed stitch length centering on the A' point in the following type of stitching data. Operation details (1)Selecting scaling Enter the conversion mode. ► Press Scaling ► Press ►...
  • Page 134 (4)Setting the center position details If the center point is not to be set on the stitching ► data, use the arrow icons and move to the position to be used as the center. (A' point) After moving to the desired center position, ►...
  • Page 135 Memo 1 Circle scaling A circle will be created even if the X, Y enlargement ratio/contraction ratio are set to different values. Memo 2 Expanded/reduces for zigzag sewing, multiple sewing, and offset sewing. Sewing in zigzag, multiple, and offset an under mentioned set item is not influenced by the expansion/the reduction.
  • Page 136: Symmetrical

    9.Symmetrical [Example] The left state of the following type of stitching data will be converted into a right state. Operation details (1)Selecting symmetrical Enter the conversion mode. ► Press Symmetrical ► Press ► (2)Setting symmetrical method, etc., and executing Clearing symmetrical origin data ►...
  • Page 137: Rotation

    10.Rotation [Example] The pattern will be rotated by 45˚ centering on the A point in the following type of stitching data. Operation details (1)Selecting rotation Enter the conversion mode. ► Press Rotation ► Press ► (2)Setting the rotation method, etc. Direction ►...
  • Page 138 (4)Setting the center position details If the center point is not to be set on the stitching ► data, use the arrow icons and move to the position to be used as the center. After setting the center, press ► Memo If the desired center position is on the pattern data, do not move using the arrow, but just press...
  • Page 139: Offset

    11.Offset [Example] The offset distance for the offset stitches A-B and C-D in the following type of stitching data will be changed and converted into A'-B' and C'-D'. (The offset amount will be A-B: 5mm, C-D: 7mm, A'-B': 7mm, and C'-D': 9mm respectively.) Operation details (1)Selecting offset Enter the conversion mode.
  • Page 140 (4)Setting and executing the conversion method Select the direction. (In this case, select "right".) ► Left direction Right direction Input the distance. (Input 7mm for this example.) ► Press ► (5)Completing the first conversion Press to start the second conversion. ►...
  • Page 141 (8)Completing the second conversion Quit the conversion mode. Press to change to ► the Saving mode screen. Press to return to the Standard screen after saving the data. (When is pressed, the conversion executed last will be undone.) [12] - 17...
  • Page 142 12.Multiple [Example] ABCD designated two times for multiple stitching (feed data specifications) in the following type of stitching data, will be converted to the ABC'D'EF designated three times for reverse multiple stitching (feed data specifications). Operation details (1)Selecting multiple stitching Enter the conversion mode.
  • Page 143 (4)Setting the conversion method Select and input the multiple stitching method, direction, distance and number of times. ► Multiple (Feed data) Multiple (Stitching specifications) Reverse Multiple (Feed data) Reverse Multiple (Stitching specifications) (In this case, select the "Multiple (Stitching specifications)") Select the direction.
  • Page 144 13.Home position correction The mechanical home position can be moved in 0.1mm increments. The movement amount must be within 12.7mm. Operation details (1) Selecting home position correction Enter the conversion mode. ► Press home position correction ► Press ► Caution The work holder will move.
  • Page 145 (5) Confirming the setting ►When home position correction valid, home position icon is displayed in reverse video. * The value of home position correction saves to the control box. But this value doesn't save to the system setting file. This value can't be copied onto other control boxes. Memo1 Deleting home position correction setting ►...
  • Page 146 Memo 4 Area limit The area size that can be used narrows when the home position is corrected. Please change the area size by the area limit so as not to knock against the frame. *[XL],[XR],[YU],[YD] are provided in [Area limit] of the program mode. Setting example Area size : 300mm x 200mm Correction value : X : +10mm, Y : -10mm...
  • Page 147: Function Mode

    [13] Function mode 1.Outline ■List of function modes Copy mode Panel related settings Needle down angle setting Set file read Format mode System, set file write Advanced functions Screen customize Version confirmation Combination mode ■Entering the function mode Press on the Standard screen, ►...
  • Page 148: Explanation Of Each Function Mode

    2.Explanation of each function mode Copy mode The sewing data is copied "from the internal memory to an USB memory" or "from an USB memory to the internal memory". [Memo] Please erase all data of the USB memory beforehand when copying sewing data from an internal memory.
  • Page 149 Format mode Formats the internal memory. All the pattern datas are cleared. If the message like [ Internal memory is defect ] is appeared, please press this button. Please back up data always so as not to lose data. Optimizes the internal memory. The pattern datas are not erased.
  • Page 150 "Short cut" icon of the sewing data is displayed on a standard screen. This icon is displayed in reading order usually. This order of the row can be freely permuted in the “EDIT OF SHORT CUT” function. The example of the operation method is shown below.
  • Page 151 Version confirmation The version of each model's current system can be confirmed. (The version shown on the right is an example.) Panel related settings Various settings related to the panel can be made. [Wallpaper Color Selection] The wallpaper color (black/white) is reversed. Select the wallpaper that is easy to view.
  • Page 152 Setting file read Setting files or step files written (backed up) on an USB memory are read out. [Memo] The data is read in the overwrite mode, so the setting file originally in the internal memory will be erased. [*.DSG] ---The Simple setting table [*.DSK] ---The multiplication data [*.PGS] ---The step file For detail operation, reffer P.[15]-5.
  • Page 153 Combination mode It is possible to combine and connect some stitching data. Combination: It is possible to combine some stitching data. It is a function to bring some stitching data in one group to sew with the specification order. After sewing each data, the following data is sequentially sewn again by the start signal input.
  • Page 154 (5) Using the procedure explained in (2) and (3), data items can be added to the combination. (No.801 and 802 in this example) (6) To write the created combination data into the internal memory, press the key . The combination data can not be used without writing it into the internal memory.
  • Page 155 ■ Releasing combination data (1) Enter the combination function to press the key on the function mode screen. (2) Press the key on the combination mode screen. (3) Press the key after displaying the confirmation message. (4) Display changed without combination setting, press the key without fail.
  • Page 156 ■ Reading combination data (1) Enter the combination function to press the key on the function mode screen. Note When the combination function has already been set, execute reading after releasing combination data. (Please refer the item of Releasing combination data.) (2) Press the key to read.
  • Page 157 ■ Editing combination data It explains the method of adding and deleting the combination data. It is necessary to write the combination data after editing. Delete (1) The data that wants to be deleted is selected on the combination mode screen. Select it (2) Press the key (3) The selected combination data will be deleted and shifted to...
  • Page 158 ■Deleting combination data (1) Press the key on the combination mode screen. (2) The data that wants to be deleted is selected on the reading combination data screen. (Refer to the item Page [5]-2 which shows the way of changing the internal memory in the USB memory.) (3) Press the key after selection.
  • Page 159 ■ Precaution of the combination data The individual sewing data comprising the combination data have to exist in the internal memory to sew the combination data. If the sewing starts under the condition that the sewing data comprising the combination data have been deleted, the message will be displayed at the point which is nonexistent sewing data and the sewing operation will stop.
  • Page 160: Input/output Setting Mode

    [14] Input/output setting mode 1.Outline ■List of input/output setting modes Input signal confirmation (Be careful! The sewing machine is ready for operation.) Output signal confirmation (Be careful! The sewing machine is ready for operation.) Home position/encoder/detector confirmation (Be careful! The sewing machine is ready for operation.) Input setting (Custom input) Output confirmation (Custom output) ■Entering the input/output setting mode...
  • Page 161: Explanation Of Input/output Setting Mode

    2.Explanation of input/output setting mode Input signal confirmation The ON/OFF status of the input signal can be confirmed. Indicates that the input signal is ON. Indicates that the input signal is OFF. [Memo] Input ON/OFF display might be concealed by the error message's giving priority according to the kind of the input or other conditions and being displayed.
  • Page 162 Home position/encoder/detector confirmation The status of the home position and encoder detector is displayed in an easy-to-read format. ▪The detector angle is the angle from the detected DOWN position. ▪The encoder color will be alternately highlighted. This means detection. This means non-detection. [Memo] Each display might be concealed by the error message's giving priority according to the situation and being displayed.
  • Page 163 Output confirmation (Custom output) [Password function] (1)Output Customize Setting screen Press the physical output RAM (O1 to O9, OA to OO) ► to be customized. The Function Section screen will open. ►Box which setting is changed from initiall setting is displayed in revese.
  • Page 164 (5)Details Setting screen (3) Set the ON delay. ► (Valid/Invalid, delay time 6553.5ms)) Set the OFF delay. ► (Valid/Invalid, delay time (0 to 6553.5ms Press the to fix the setting. ► (The previous screen will open.) [14] - 5...
  • Page 165: Input Signal Setting Table

    3.Input signal setting table Code Function Specifications Clamp all step ON signal Whenever FSP input is on, clamp output [1],[2],[3],[4],[5],[6],[7],[8] turned on one by one. However, when [ Program mode > Clamp output > number of effective clamp (FN) ] is set to 1, FSP input is ineffective. Clamp all step OFF signal Whenever FSM input is on, clamp output [8],[7],[6],[5],[4],[3],[2],[1] turned off one by one.
  • Page 166 < sequel to INPUT SIGNAL > Code Function Specifications Fixed angel (rotation/reverse To confirm the needle thrust position, the needle is stopped just before the rotation) signal sewing material. Whenever BC input is ON, operation of [rotation] → [reverse rotation] → [rotation] is repeated. When the start switch is on afterwards, following sewing operation is started.
  • Page 167 < sequel to INPUT SIGNAL > Code Function Specifications SP0~SP9 Speed dial signal Speed dial value is switched to 0~9. Speed up signal Speed dial value is increased +1. Speed down signal Speed dial value is decreased -1. Cassette jig sensor 1 signal When CK1 and CK2 inputs is on, OF1 output turn on.
  • Page 168: Output Signal Setting Table

    4.Output signal setting table Code Function Specifications OT0~OTF General purpose output 0 ~ F When IO0 is on, OT0 output at the same time(same from OT1 to OTF ) FN1~FNH Function code output 1 ~ H When FUN1 code is read while sewing operation, FN1 output is reversed. (same from FN2 to FNH ) OF1~OF8 Clamp output 1 ~ 8 When IF1 is on, OF1 output is reversed (same OF2 to OF8 )
  • Page 169: Program Mode

    [15] Program mode MEMO For each function explanation, please refer to [16] Program mode list 1.Setting methods ■Entering the program mode Press on the Standard panel, ► and open the Program Mode panel. ■Program Mode panel This panel is used to select the program mode. There are several mode selection pages. Press the icons to change the page.
  • Page 170 ■Example of setting (1)Selection of mode When the icon for the mode to be set is pressed, the ► "Setting Selection panel " will open. (In this example, "HALT" is pressed.) (2)Selection of function When the icon for the function to be set is pressed, ►...
  • Page 171 (5)Return to the mode selection screen ► If some setting has been changed, difference list will be appeared in the mode selection screen ►To return to the standard screen, press ►To show different list, press [Difference] icon. (6)Checking different list ►Press [Difference] icon.
  • Page 172: System, Setting File Write" And "setting File Read

    2."System, setting file write" and "Setting file read" It is possible to restore easily by storing setting changed program mode on the USB memory to return later. ■System, setting file write (1)Entering the function mode Press on the Standard screen, ►...
  • Page 173 ■Setting file read (1)Entering the function mode Press on the Standard screen, ► and open the Function Mode screen. (2)Function mode screen Press ► (3)Reading setting file ►Insert USB memory where the sewing data is preserved to the connector. ►Press , then press (4)Selecting setting file ►Select setting file by using up and down arrow, then press...
  • Page 174: Program Mode List

    [16] Program mode list 1.Wiper Function Unit Setting range Specification Valid/invalid of the wiper output is switched. The wiper is invalidated. Wiper ON/OFF The wiper is validated. The output start time of the wiper output(W) can be set. Please 0 ~ 998 set referring to thread trimming timing chart.
  • Page 175 <Continuation of [Clamp]> Function Unit Setting range Specification RP6: The repeat sewing operation is set. The normal stitching operation is entered. (Repeat sewing RP6 is Repeat sewing 6 invalidated.) The repeat sewing RP6 is validated.(when the (RPT.) setting [ON] only) RP7: The repeat sewing operation is set.
  • Page 176 <Continuation of [Clamp]> Function Unit Setting range Specification 0 ~ 10000 Sets the time (TB3) from the clamp input 3 ON to clamp output 3 OFF. Clamp 3 of output off delay setting Sets the time (TB4) from the clamp input 4 ON 0 ~ 10000 to clamp output 4 OFF.
  • Page 177: Area Limit

    <Continuation of [Clamp]> Function Unit Setting range Specification F4SN 1 ~ 4 When set the OFB=[4], the clamp blocks of this value executes step movement. Setting for number of block 1:Block1, when block step is used 2:Block1+2, 3:Block1+2+3, 4:Block1+2+3+4 (Block1=OF1,OF2 Block2=OF3,OF4 Block3=OF5,OF6 Block4=OF7,OF8).
  • Page 178: Needle Position

    5.Needle position Function Unit Setting range Specification Sets reverse needle lifting operation after thread trimming function. The reverse needle lifting after thread trimming is invalidated. Reverse needle lifting operation after thread The reverse needle lifting operation after thread trimming is trimming function validated.
  • Page 179 <Continuation of [Home position]> Sets valid/invalid of the home returning operation after power on. The home returning operation is executed automatically when Selection of home the power is turned on. returning operation after Automatic home returning operation is prohibited at power supply power on Sets prohibition of home returning when the clamp is raised.
  • Page 180: Halt

    8.Halt Function Unit Setting range Specification Stop position when halt switch is pressed while non stitch feed operation can be set When the HALT switch is turned ON, non-stitching feed will be Stop position setting when executed until the breakpoint (the position where non-stitching halt switch is pressed while feed direction changes).
  • Page 181 <Continuation of [Counter]> Function Unit Setting range Specification Up counter clear method at the pattern data change is selected The UP counter value and current value are both not changed. Method of clearing (UP) counter setting value If the [B Series data] is read in the When pattern data is changed, up counter SET VALUE is change to the number which is contained in the pattern data.
  • Page 182: Brake

    10.Brake Function Unit Setting range Specification Sets effective/ineffective of the weakening brake. The weak brakes is set ineffective Weak brakes setting The weak brakes is set effective Sets type of weak brake during sewing machine is stopping. Brakes that can be rotated by hand. Weak brake type setting Brakes that cannot be rotated by hand.
  • Page 183: Bobbin Winding

    12.Bobbin winding Function Unit Setting range Specification LOW ~ Sets the speed of the sewing machine during bobbin winding. Bobbin winding speed setting HIGH Sets the operation of the winder While the operation signal SRT is turned [ON], the sewing machine Bobbin winding operation rotates.
  • Page 184: Speed

    <Continuation of [Feed method]> 0 ~ 9 Teaching speed for short distance can be set from [0 (slow)] to [9 (fast)]. Teaching speed setting for short distance Sets gain for XY stepping motor. [1(weak)] - [30(strong)] 1 ~ 30 Power setting of XY stepping motor (gain) Setting feedforward of XY stepping motor control 100% or not Sets feedforward of XY stepping motor control not 100%...
  • Page 185: Thread Trimming/thread Release

    15.Thread trimming/Thread release Function Unit Setting range Specification Sets valid/invalid of the thread trimming. The thread trimming is invalidated. Thread trimming ON/OFF The thread trimming is validated. Thread trimming output (T) timing can be set. Setting for thread trimming Thread trimming is begun at TRS setting (degree) from needle down output (T) timing.
  • Page 186: Step

    16.Step Function Unit Setting range Specification Sets ON/OFF step sequence Sets step sequence OFF Step sequence ON/OFF Sets step sequence ON 1 ~ 10 Sets execution number of lines of one main loop in step lines sequence. Execution number of lines of one main loop in step sequence.
  • Page 187: Feed Angle

    18.Feed angle Function Unit Setting range Specification deg. Sets the timing to start movement of the clamp during sewing machine rotation. The setting indicates the angle from the down Setting for feed start angle setting position. This setting is validated when the FED setting is ID. of clamp value Sets the timing to end movement of the clamp during sewing...
  • Page 188: Other

    19.Other Function Unit Setting range Specification Validates/invalidates serial communication 1. Please turn off the power after the setting change and restart again. Valid/invalid serial Invalidates serial communication 1 communication 1 <TURN OFF THE Validates serial communication 1 POWER> Sets baud rate for serial communication 1. Please turn off the power after the setting change and restart again.
  • Page 189: Pattern

    <Continuation of [Other]> Sets Valid/invalid of the needle thread breaking sensor2. The needle thread breaking sensor2 is ineffective Needle thread breaking sensor 2 ON/OFF The needle thread breaking sensor2 is effective (when the (VBM.) setting [ON] only) Sets communication error detection when the operation panel is not connected with the control box Validates communication error detection with operation panel ON/OFF of communication error detection with operation...
  • Page 190 <Continuation of [Pattern]> Setting of whether to release the selected sewing pattern data after sewing machine rotation, when the sewing pattern data selection by serial communication is effective. It release or not release When the sewing pattern data selection by serial communication the selected pattern data is effective, the selected sewing pattern data is not released after after sewing machine...
  • Page 191: Error / Message Display

    [17] Error / Message display 1.[E-***] Error code *.When the error message is displayed, confirm the contents and investigate according to the following table. *.The machine can be restored to the normal mode by turning off the power once and turning on again. CODE ERROR NAME PROBABLE CAUSE...
  • Page 192 CODE ERROR NAME PROBABLE CAUSE INSPECTION X-Motor A Phase Defect Error -The connector of X-axis motor cable has not been firmly inserted. -Check insertion of the connector. E-029 -X-axis motor cable has been disconnected. -Check the wiring of the cable. X-Motor B Phase Defect Error -The connector of X-axis motor cable has not been firmly inserted.
  • Page 193 CODE ERROR NAME PROBABLE CAUSE INSPECTION X axis home positioning sensor error -The connector of X-home sensor cable has not been firmly inserted. -Check the insertion of the connector. E-058 -X-home sensor cable has been disconnected. -Check the X-axis home sensor signal by using IN/OUT setting mode. Y axis home positioning sensor error -The connector of Y-home sensor cable has not been firmly inserted.
  • Page 194: M-***] Message Code

    2.[M-***] Message code CODE MESSAGE SUB-MESSAGE M-001 NEEDLE IS NOT CORRECT POSITION RETURN NEEDLE TO UP POSITION BY HAND OR NEEDLE UP ICON M-002 NEEDLE THREAD WAS BROKEN PLEASE THREAD THE NEEDLE M-003 CLAMP IS UP TURN ON THE FOOT SWITCH (BLACK FOOT SWITCH) M-004 UP COUNTER SET VALUE UP Please touch Enter Icon...
  • Page 195 CODE MESSAGE SUB-MESSAGE M-055 TOO MANY STITCHES PLEASE DECREASE THE NUMBER OF STITCH M-056 OUT OF DATA NUMBER(5000point) PLEASE DECREASE THE INPUT POINT M-057 OUT OF AREA LIMIT PLEASE MAKE THE DATA IN THE AREA LIMIT M-058 TOO SHORT STITCH LENGTH PLEASE INPUT THE VALUE WITHIN THE RANGE M-059 TOO LONG STITCH LENGTH...
  • Page 196 CODE MESSAGE SUB-MESSAGE M-103 MAKE CIRCLE DATA? ARE YOU SURE? Yes: ENTER ICON No: X ICON M-104 MAKE CURVE DATA? ARE YOU SURE? Yes: ENTER ICON No: X ICON M-105 MAKE BROKEN LINE DATA? ARE YOU SURE? Yes: ENTER ICON No: X ICON M-106 MOVING TO END DATA...
  • Page 197 CODE MESSAGE SUB-MESSAGE M-215 WRITING SEWING DATA INTO THE INTERNAL MEMORY… PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE M-216 DELETING SEWING DATA IN THE INTERNAL MEMORY… PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE M-217 READING SEWING DATA FROM THE INTERNAL MEMORY… PLEASE WAIT FOR A WHILE M-218 DELETES SEWING DATA IN THE INTERNAL MEMORY ARE YOU SURE?
  • Page 198 CODE MESSAGE SUB-MESSAGE ARE YOU SURE? Yes: ENTER ICON No: X ICON M-296 COPIES ALL PATTERN DATA *IF THERE IS SAME NUMBER IN THE MEMORY,DATA IS OVERWRITTEN M-297 OVERWRITES COMBINATION DATA ARE YOU SURE? Yes: ENTER ICON No: X ICON M-298 CLEARS COMBINATION FORM ARE YOU SURE?
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