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NINE NEEDLE SIX HEAD ELECTRONIC EMBROIDERY MACHINE
TWELVE NEEDLE SIX HEAD ELECTRONIC EMBROIDERY MACHINE
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INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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  • Page 1 BES-962 BES-1262 Please read this manual before using the machine. Please keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference. NINE NEEDLE SIX HEAD ELECTRONIC EMBROIDERY MACHINE TWELVE NEEDLE SIX HEAD ELECTRONIC EMBROIDERY MACHINE INSTRUCTION MANUAL...
  • Page 2 • This manual may be subsequently modified without prior notice. • Brother Industries, Ltd. shall assume no responsibility for any consequences of using this manual.
  • Page 3: Safety Instructions

    Thank you very much for buying a BROTHER sewing machine. Before using your new machine, please read the safety instructions below and the explanations given in the instruction manual. With industrial sewing machines, it is normal to carry out work while positioned directly in front of moving parts such as the needle and thread take-up lever, and consequently there is always a danger of injury that can be caused by these parts.
  • Page 4: Notes On Safety

    Machine installation should only be carried out by a qualified technician. Contact your Brother dealer or a qualified elec- trician for any electrical work that may need to be done. The sewing machine weighs more than 720 kg.
  • Page 5: Maintenance And Inspection

    Maintenance and inspection of the sewing ma- chine should only be carried out by a qualified technician. Ask your Brother dealer or a qualified electri- cian to carry out any maintenance and inspec- tion of the electrical system. Turn off the power switch and disconnect the...
  • Page 6: Warning Labels

    * The following warning labels appear on the sewing machine. Please follow the instructions on the labels at all times when using the machine. If the labels have been removed or are difficult to read, please contact your nearest Brother dealer. CAUTION Moving parts may cause injury.
  • Page 7 Finger guard Belt cover BES-962BC BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 8: Procedure Of Reading This Manual

    Procedure of Reading This Manual Explanation of models This manual explains two models: - BES-962BC (9 needles) - BES-1262BC (12 needles) Explanation for individual model is provided by identifying the model name. Check the model before using the machine. The display is BES-1262BC.
  • Page 9 List of Error Codes Provides information on error codes and action to be taken. Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Provides troubleshooting for the machine. Connection and Installation of Optional Equipment Describes connections between the machine/computer and optional equipment available. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    3-4 Attachment of Embroidery Hoop and Frame ... 48 3-5 Adjustment of Thread Tension ... 55 Operation Panel ... 58 Switches at Machine Heads ... 60 Switches on Tension Plate ... 60 Run the Software ... 63 Turn on the Machine Power ... 63 BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 11 Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Functions (Command Reference) ... 94 Description of Screen ... 96 Opening Embroidery Data ... 97 Setting Display ... 98 Centering ... 98 Zoom ... 98 Needle Penetration ... 100 Embroidering Start/End ... 100 BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 12 Save ... 121 Save As..122 When the Power to the Machine is Off ... 126 When the Power to the Machine is On ... 126 Displaying the Tool Bar ... 130 Displaying the Status Bar ... 131 BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 13 Head Operation Suspend ... 151 Hoop Feed Position ... 152 Embroidery Area ... 152 Embroidery Hoop ... 153 Thread Trimming ... 156 Boring ... 157 Thread Breakage Sensor ... 158 Automatic Step Back ... 159 Automatic Hoop Feed ... 159 BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 14 1-2 Preparation for Embroidering ... 190 2-1 Procedure to Stop the Machine ... 191 2-2 Resetting Machine Stop ... 191 2-3 Emergency Stop of the Machine ... 191 2-4 Resetting Emergency Stop ... 191 4-1 Remedies ... 193 4-2 Mending ... 194 BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 15 1. Cleaning ... 222 1-1 Cleaning and Lubrication of Rotary Hook ... 222 1-2 Cleaning of Needle Plate ... 223 1-3 Cleaning of Lowre Shaft Module Fan ... 223 2. Oiling ... 224 2-1 Head ... 224 BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 16 Personal Computer Section ... 263 Connection and Installation of Optional Equipment Attaching Bobbin Winder ... 266 3-1 Head ... 226 3-2 Feed Guide Section ... 230 6-1 Attaching the Fixed Knife ... 240 6-2 Checking the Movable Knife Position ... 240 BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 17: Chapter 1 An Introduction Of Embroidery Machine

    Chapter 1 An Introduction of Embroidery Machine Chapter 1 An Introduction of Embroidery Machine BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 18: Specifications

    (Before assembly) 3650 (W) x 810 (L) x 1650 (H) mm (Leg height) 1310 mm (After setup) 3650 (W) x 1400 (L) x 1650 (H) mm Embroidery hoops in different sizes, Bobbin winder, Parts for boring Option BES-962BC • BES-1262BC 12 needle embroidery machine head (six-head type) Standard...
  • Page 19: Software

    This program allows editing of data on embroidering operation including scaling, rotation, color change, etc. (4) Production Report This program is for collecting data on actual embroidering operation and calculating output, etc. Chapter 1 An Introduction of Embroidery Machine BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 20: Notes On Use

    Embroidery Data Explorer Machine Controller Production report , then the icon of the desired item. A message is displayed to explain the BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Effective only when this is independently started Embroidery Data Editor...
  • Page 21: Basic Operation Of Software

    Click Press the left button of the mouse once. "Click [xx]" means moving the white arrow pointer to "xx" and pressing the left button once. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 1 An Introduction of Embroidery Machine...
  • Page 22 Press the left mouse button twice continuously. Do not leave a long pause in between. "Double-click [xx]" means moving the white arrow pointer to "xx" and pressing the left button twice continuously. Drag Move the mouse while holding down the left button. Dragging is used for defining an area. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 23 The vertical scroll bar can be used in the same way. Status bar This bar is for displaying a brief description of the selected command. Chapter 1 An Introduction of Embroidery Machine Status bar BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Upward movement Scroll bar Downward...
  • Page 24 Warning: This symbol indicates a warning if user's judgment is needed to continue the current operation. Important: This symbol indicates a problem if it occurs. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Dimmed commands cannot be used unless an appropriate item is selected. Commands with a mark have sub menus.
  • Page 25: Handling Of Floppy Disk

    Do not remove the disk out of the drive during the access lamp is lit. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 1 An Introduction of Embroidery Machine Do not bring disks near magnetic...
  • Page 26 To do so, slide the write-protect notch to open the slot as shown below. Slide the notch in this direction to prevent data loss or overwriting. Slide the notch in this direction to write data. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 27: Chapter 2 Preparation Of Embroidery Machine

    Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 28: Names Of Machine Components

    The machine heads are numbered 1 to 6 from the right front. Thread tension switch Thread guide B Thread guide A Thread tension switch Thread guide B Thread guide A BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Rear Thread guide C Cotton stand Fluorescent lamp Rear Thread guide C Cotton stand Fluorescent...
  • Page 29: Installation

    Secure the machine with the adjustment bolts on the sound floor so that it will not move . The central seal Lift forks BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 30 Place two rectangular bars on the four L-shaped steels on the bottom of the machine steel frame. Loop four ropes around the bars and lift the machine. Note) When lifting the machine, make sure that the ropes do not contact the machine table or the tension plate. Rope L-shaped steel Rectangular bar BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 31: Installation Of Machine

    Note) If the floor is not strong enough, the embroi- dery machine may be rocked during opera- tion. In such a case, it is recommended that a secure base of concrete be placed below the embroidery machine. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine...
  • Page 32: Preparation Of Needle Bar Case

    • Never loose the bolt i of the change bracket coller r. If this bolt is loosened, the change bracket coller r will be dislocated and the position of the needle bar case w will need to be adjusted. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 33 5. Attach the color change cover e by 3 pieces of fixing screw q and 2 pieces of fixing screw w. Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine Fixing bracket B BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Bridge Connecting shaft Fixing bracket...
  • Page 34: Mounting Of Table

    3. Tentatively mount eight F table stoppers r on the rear legs using two bolts each. Notes) • The steps 1 and 3 are required only when the F table set is purchased separately from the machine. • The F table is a standard attachment. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 35 3. Adjust F table supports F y in height so as to make the F table parallel with the floor. 4. Tighten all hexagon socket head cap screws u firmly. Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine Lower by 1 mm BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 36 Insert the F table rear pin into the hole of F table stopper N t. 3. Adjust F table supports F y in height so as to make the F table parallel with the floor. 4. Tighten all hexagon socket head cap screws u firmly. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 37 Embroidering is possible within an area up to 500 mm in the X-axis direction. 1. Set the needle bar case in the needle bar No. 1 position. Remove the presser feet. 2. Select a flat hoop (sash frame) for every other head operation. Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 38: Mounting Of Cotton Stand

    2. Mount the thread guide assembly e on the thread guide support bars w using the four screws r. Notes) • When mounting, use one flat washer t below the thread guide support bar w. • Pay careful attention to the front and back directions of the thread guides (A, B, C). Front BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 39 Notes) • When mounting, use one flat washer t below the thread guide support bar w. • Pay careful attention to the front and back directions of the thread guides (A, B, C). Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine Front BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 40: Lubrication To Needle Bar Case

    (See the left figure.) Notes) • Use the Brother's specified embroidery machine oil (Nisseki Embroidery Lube No. 10 or the equivalent).
  • Page 41: Connection Of Personal Computer To Machines (For Connecting 4 Sets)

    3. Connect the interface board male connector and the personal computer RS-232C connector (COM1 or RS-232C-1) using the attached short RS cable. Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine (1st machine) (2nd machine) (3rd machine) (4th machine) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Interface board cable IF cable IF cable Terminator (Be sure to attach...
  • Page 42 * A terminator should be connected to the connector SBUS2 of the lastly connected machine. Connection to SBUS1, 2 can be interchangeable. * Do not connect anything to the RS-232C connector. Optional paper tape reader cannot be connected to this connector. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC (Terminator)
  • Page 43: Connection Of Power Supply

    Note) This unit is not an attachment of the Brother's embroidery machine, and should be pur- chased separately from a different source. Note) When using an uninterruptive power supply, be sure to establish grounding.
  • Page 44: Installation Of Software

    4. Check the user information. Click [OK] if the contents are correct. 5. Specify a folder for setup. 6. Click [TO NEXT] to start installation. 7. After setup is properly finished, a message is displayed. 8. Click [OK] to complete installation. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 45: Preparation For Embroidering

    CAUTION Needle Bar No.3,6,9 wThread guide tension disc No.2,5,8 No.1,4,7 Spring uThread guide A iLower thread guide BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine...
  • Page 46 (upper) tUpper thread guide (middle) yThread guide Rotary tension Spring disc Inner thread guide uThread guide A iLower thread guide oNeedle bar thread guide Needle Bar No.3,6,9,12 No.2,5,8,11 No.1,4,7,10 uThread guide A iLower thread guide BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 47 Do not pass it through the presser foot. Pass it to presser spring at the front of lower thread guide i. Pass a thread in the order indicated in the figure. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine...
  • Page 48: Replacement Of Bobbin

    Bobbin 2. Slide the thread under the tension spring t through the notch r. 3. Pull out the thread from the hole of the tension spring t. 4. Pull out the thread by about 50 mm. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC 0.5mm...
  • Page 49: Replacing And Selecting Needle

    For knitted materials, use DBxK23 #11 because its rounded point prevents the knit thread from breaking. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine • Set the needle so that the notched part will come on the rotary hook side.
  • Page 50: Attachment Of Embroidery Hoop And Frame

    2. Set the right and left fixtures of the tubular square hoop t while sliding them under the flat spring y upward. Then fit the frame projecting part u into the hole of the tubular square hoop t securely. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 51 X- feed frame. Tighten screw q. Tubular round arm support Follow the same steps when moving the end face of a tubular round arm to the right. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine 400mm 600mm...
  • Page 52 Note) When tightening bolts w, press X roller base q against X-feed frame N r and leave no backlash in between. 3. For the other roller spacers, follow the above steps. Note) Use the same number of roller spacers in ev- ery position. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 53 Loosen three bolts of the F table support F !0 and move it in the direction of the arrow for adjust- [Adjustment] ment. Table BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine Felt Do not remove these screws.
  • Page 54 1. Mount the holder base mounting frame e on the X-axis feed frame q and holder base frame C w, using three clamp screws. 2. When the mounting pitch of the holder base is 370 mm, mount the holder base horizontally to the holder base mounting frames e using the thumb bolts r. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 55 Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine 3. When the mounting pitch of the holder base is 550 mm, mount the holder base vertically to the X-axis feed frame q and holder base frame C w using the thumb bolts r. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 56 X-axis feed frame e and the holder base frame C r, using the screws. 3. Set the material. Then, set sixteen sash clips 290 t horizontally on the upper and lower sides, four sash clips 220 y vertically on the left and right sides. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 57: Adjustment Of Thread Tension

    Upper thread material and that the lower stitch width will be about 1/3 of the upper stitch width. Lower thread Lower stitch width 6~8mm BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 2 Preparation of Embroidery Machine 0.07~0.12N...
  • Page 58 0.5 mm. If not, the slip prevention spring of the bobbin case does not work. Adjust the spring in height or replace it with a new one. (Refer to “Replacing Bob- bin” on page 46.) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 59: Chapter 3 Embroidering Procedures

    Embroidering Procedures After installation of machine and setting-up of the personal computer (PC), start embroi- dering. This chapter explains about the op- eration panel on the machine as well as pre- cautions for the actual embroidering process. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 60: Functions Of Operation Panel

    Restarts after moving the carriage to embroidering start position by using the jog switch. Restarts embroidering after a suspension. STOP Cancels errors during embroidering. Exits from the embroidering mode. Hold down switch and press Suspends embroidering. Trims thread during suspension. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC switch. STOP...
  • Page 61 When an error message appears, it is canceled by pressing Pressing other switches can stop alarm sound. When thread breakage or wiper out error has occurred, step-back or forward switch can be used to cancel errors. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 3 Embroidering Procedures switch STOP switches only).
  • Page 62: Switches At Machine Heads

    Stop switch Between head No.2 and No.3 Between head No.4 and No.5 page 191) to stop flashing. THREAD SENSOR lamp HEAD switch MENDING lamp MENDING switch STEP BACK/FWD switch BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Stop switch Start switch flashes. page 191) for details.
  • Page 63 During timing adjustment of the rotary hook in the test mode, the rotary hook slightly rotates to the left/right when this switch is turned to left/right respectively. Refer to "Adjustment of timing Between Needle and Rotary Hook" ( for further details. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 3 Embroidering Procedures page 238)
  • Page 64: Flowchart Of Preparation For Embroidering

    "Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data" ( of the machine controller. on the operation panel. on the operation panel. START BES-962BC • BES-1262BC page 64). Edit the retrieved embroidery data. "Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data" ( page 64). page 67)
  • Page 65: Run The Software

    Run the Software Select [Program] - [Brother Embroidery System] - [Ecsc] from the Start menu. The software starts up. Turn on the Machine Power Turn on the power to the machine. Reset the emergency stop button. Turn on the power switch.
  • Page 66: Register The Machine Name

    Double-click the desired data or click The selected data is transferred to the machine controller. Click The data is transferred to the machine for preparation of embroidering. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Select an identifying color for the machine. This color is shown on the title...
  • Page 67: Start Embroidering

    Start Embroidering Check that the READY lamp on the machine operation panel is on. Press to check the embroidering area. Press to start embroidering. START BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 3 Embroidering Procedures...
  • Page 68 Chapter 3 Embroidering Procedures BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 69: Chapter 4 Selecting And Transferring Embroidery Data

    Embroidery Data Clicking on the machine controller brings up a screen which allows selecting or trans- ference of registered embroidery data. Mov- ing, copying, and deleting of embroidery data can also be carried out on this screen. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 70: Functions (Command Reference)

    82) page 84) Reads data in paper tape. ( page 88) Converts ECS data to DST data. ( Defines settings of data reading. ( BES-962BC • BES-1262BC page 71) page 73) page 74) page 75) page 78) page 76)
  • Page 71: Description Of Screen

    Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data Sort by Stitches Sort by Name Sort by Colors Rename Delete Image List To display name and outline of the data registered in the selected directory BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Sort by Date Help Information Tool bar Status bar...
  • Page 72: Creating A Directory

    Creates a new directory. A directory can be created within another directory. Click and select a parent directory in the window on the left. Select [New] - [Folder] from File menu. Enter a new folder name. Click [OK]. A new directory is added to the window. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 73: Transferring Data

    The explorer exits automatically after transferring the selected data. Transferring DST and DSB data Double click DST or DSB data or click the data and click The pattern image is displayed. To read the data, click [OK]. Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 74 If no image of embroidery data appears, select "Display Detail" on "Screen" of the control panel to adjust display color. Choose one of the following options, then restart PC. • 256 colors • High color (16 bits) • Full-color (24 bits) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Select the display color using "Color Pallet".
  • Page 75: Copy

    Drag data to destination directory while pressing [Ctrl] key. The pointer turns into Check that the copy destination directory is correct, then click [Yes]. Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data . Release the mouse button when the directory name is inverted. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 76: Moving Data

    Click data for selection. Drag data to the destination directory. The arrow pointer turns into Check that the copy destination directory is correct, then click [Yes]. . Release the mouse button when the directory name is inverted. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 77: Deleting Data

    Deleting Data Deletes embroidery data. Click data for selection. The frame of selected data becomes red. Select [Delete] from Edit menu or click Click [Yes] to delete the selected data. Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 78: Recreate An Icon

    Click and select the data displayed as "Icon is not completed". The frame of the data selected is displayed in red. Select [Icon is made again.] from the Edit menu. The pattern image is displayed. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 79: Select All

    Transfer to the machine controller is disabled. Select [Select all] from the Edit menu. The frame of the data selected is displayed in red. Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data In the image display mode BES-962BC • BES-1262BC In the text display mode...
  • Page 80: Renaming Data

    Upper and lower cases are not distinguished in the data name. Click data for selection. The frame of selected data turns red. Select [Rename] from Edit menu or click Enter a new data name. Enter a data name including extension. Click [OK]. Basket.ecs extension BES-962BC • BES-1262BC 拡張子...
  • Page 81: Finding Data

    Finding Data Retrieves and views embroidery data. Select [Find Files] from Tool menu. Enter the file name of embroidery data for search. Enter the file name correctly. Click [Find]. Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 82 Using "*" The wildcard character "*" represents a character or combination of characters. For instance, if "*.ecs" is entered to the file name box, the search will find all files with extension "ecs". BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 83: Adjusting Screen Display

    Sorts files by the number of stitches in ascending order (in descending order). Sorts files by the number of colors in ascending order (in descending order). Sorts embroidery data by date in descending order (in ascending order). BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 84: Reading Data In Floppy Disk

    Reading DOS Format Data Select [DST/DSB/DSZ Select data to read and click [Open]. The image of the selected pattern appears. Data with file name "xxxx.DST" Data with file name "xxxx.DSB" Data with file name "xxxx.DSZ" ECS Conversion] from Tool menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 85 Set feed counts for thread breakage. Select the number of feeds or specify the feed length for trimming and click [OK]. Select the directory to save and name the file. Do not change extension ".ECS". Click [Save]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data...
  • Page 86: Converting The Non Dos Format Data

    Names, types, Numbers, sizes, number of stitches of FDR data are displayed. Names, sizes, number of stitches of FMC data are displayed. Names, Numbers, sizes, number of stitches of ZSK data are displayed. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC When reading FDR data When reading FMC data...
  • Page 87 Set the floppy disk such as Barudan which is non-DOS format at the floppy disk drive of the PC. Select [Non DOS (Barudan, ZSK...) Conversion] from Tool menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data to display the data image. On the detailed...
  • Page 88 Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data Select data to read and click [OK]. The image of the selected pattern appears. To convert the selected data into ECS data. Click [OK]. When "Details" is selected When "Icon" is selected BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 89 Set feed counts for thread breakage. Select the number of feeds or specify the feed length for trimming and click [OK]. Select the directory to save the file and name the file. Do not change extension ".ECS". Click [Save]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data...
  • Page 90: Reading Data In Paper Tape

    Set paper tape after the LED of READ button light up. Select [Tape Select data format and click [OK]. The paper tape reader (optional) starts reading data. Power switch READ button Paper tape ECS Conversion] from Tool menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 91 The image of the selected pattern appears. Select the directory to save and name the file. Do not change extension ".ECS". Click [Save]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data...
  • Page 92: Settings For Data Reading

    Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data Settings for Data Reading Sets up the interface and data transfer speed of the paper tape reader or external disk drive. Select [Setup] from Tool menu. Select port and speed. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 93: Writing Data In Dst Format

    Select [ECS to DST conversion] from Tool menu. Select the directory to save and name the file. Do not change extension ".dst". Click [Save]. Set feed counts for thread breakage.Select the count and click [OK]. Chapter 4 Selecting and Transferring Embroidery Data BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 94: Viewing Pattern Information

    Version number of the file The number of stitches in embroidery data The number of colors used in embroidery data Size of masking Coordinates of embroidering start position Coordinates of embroidering end position Date of last revision of data BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 95: Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data

    Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Clicking of the machine controller brings up a screen which allows editing of embroi- dery data. This screen allows simple pro- cessing of embroidery data and display set- ting of display. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 96: Functions (Command Reference)

    Group the patterns created in "Repeat" into one. ( Centers embroidery data. ( page 98) Zooms in or out. ( page 98) Displays the needle penetration positions. ( BES-962BC • BES-1262BC page 119) page 121) page 122) page 109) page 109)
  • Page 97 Displays the setting screen for needle bar and speed range. ( Displays the pattern in thread color. ( Shows/hides the tool bar. ( page 106) Shows/hides the status bar. ( page 106) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data page 100) page 100) page 101) page 101)
  • Page 98: Description Of Screen

    Display Range Save Zoom Out Open Zoom In Needle bar and Vertical Flip Speed Range Horizontal Point Symmentry Flip Thread Redo color Undo Rotate BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Design Information About This Application Repeat Print Help Resize Tool Bar Status Bar...
  • Page 99: Opening Embroidery Data

    Opening Embroidery Data This function is available with embroidery data editor. Select [Open] from File menu or click Double-click the data or click the data and Click a file for selection and click [Open]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data...
  • Page 100: Setting Display

    Enlarges the image to 125%. Reduces the image to 80%. Magnifies the range defined by the mouse to the full window size. Displays the whole image to the size of the window. Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC After selecting After selecting...
  • Page 101: Fit To Window

    Drag and define the range to zoom in with the mouse. Before selecting Fit to window Select [Zoom] - [Fit to window] from View menu or click Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data After selecting After selecting After selecting...
  • Page 102: Needle Penetration

    Displays the position of the trim code and the pause code. Trim is displayed by X and pause is displayed by Select [Trim and pause] from the View menu. Before selecting Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC After selecting After selecting...
  • Page 103: Microstitch

    When the color of the embroidering sequence is changed, the color displayed on the screen is changed. When ending embroidering or reading other data, the confirmation screen for saving the setting appears. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Microstitch...
  • Page 104 [Display Properties] and the color sample supplied by a manufacturer cannot be selected or an intermediate color cannot be created. Double click the desired embroidering sequence to change the color. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Refer to steps 1 and 2. Refer to steps 1 and 3.
  • Page 105 When selecting a color from a color sample, click maker name or [User] and double click [Color]. When finely adjusting the selected color, click [Medium color]. Click [User] to crate a new color, then click [Addition]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data The needle bar number can be changed.
  • Page 106 Select a color by clicking on the color chart or by inputting a value, and click [OK]. Input the name of the color and click [OK] when [User] is selected in step 4. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Drag here to adjust brightness.
  • Page 107: Thread Color

    This functions is available only when the embroidery data edit is started from the machine controller. Select [Thread color] from the View menu or click Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Dragged embroidering sequence Click here to put a check...
  • Page 108: Tool Bar

    Select [Tool Bar] from View menu. Status Bar Shows/hides the tool status. The status bar provides information on the current status and advice for operation. Select [Status Bar] from View menu. Before selecting Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC After selecting After selecting...
  • Page 109: Back To Previous Status

    The screen can return to 3 steps maximum. Select [Undo] from the Edit menu or click Redo Repeats the canceled step of "Undo". The screen can return to 3 steps maximum. Select [Redo] from the Edit menu or click BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data...
  • Page 110: Editing

    Select [Rotate] from View menu or click Select angle. If [Free] is selected, specify the angle. The value can be directly entered. Click [OK]. When the patterns are not grouped To select angle. Click here to increase/decrease the value. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 111: Horizontal Flip

    Point Symmetry Flips the image 180 degrees to the center position of the image. Select [Point Symmetry] from Edit menu or click Repeat Repeats copying of the image by the specified number. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data...
  • Page 112 From bottom left,left to right direction The value can be directly entered. Click here to increase/decrease the value. All patterns created in repetition are grouped as a single pattern. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC page 148) Select the direction of repetition. Select the reference position for...
  • Page 113: Resize

    0.0 to 1.0 mm in units of 0.1 mm, or from 0.00' to 0.04' in units of 0.01'. Select [Stitch deletion] from Edit menu. Designate the length of the stitch to be deleted. Click [OK]. Deleted result is displayed. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Click here to increase/decrease the value.
  • Page 114: Insert Or Delete Code

    Insert (or delete) the trim code at the current needle position. Insert (or delete) the pause code at the current needle position. Insert (or delete) the change color code at the current needle position. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Insert (delete) change color code...
  • Page 115: Insert Lock Stitch

    Select [Insert lock stitch] from the Edit menu. Designate the position to insert the lock stitch and click [OK]. If the lock stitch can be inserted, click [Yes]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Method of lock stitch Insert 3 stitches of 0.3 mm stitch.
  • Page 116: Changing Data

    Click the start position if [Specify using mouse] is selected. Functions Starts embroidering at the specified position. Starts embroidering at the position clicked with the mouse. Cancels the specified position. Middle top edge Middle bottom edge BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Upper right corner Middle right corner Lower right corner Center...
  • Page 117: Changing End

    Middle left corner Lower left corner Select [End] from Change menu. Click an end position if [Specify using mouse] is selected. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Functions Ends embroidering at the specified position. Ends embroidering at the position clicked with the mouse.
  • Page 118: Mask

    If [Automatic] is selected, a mask is created automatically. If [Manual] is selected, drag the area with the mouse to specify the mask. The system measures the image size to create a mask automatically. After selecting this mode, specify the mask area using the mouse. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 119: Group

    • The pattern is displayed only in the original copy source. Figures in other masks represent the embroidering sequence. • Each pattern in the mask rotates individually. ( page 108) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data page 108)
  • Page 120: Setting Group For Repetition

    Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Setting Group for Repetition Select [Repeat] in the Edit menu or click Click the checkbox of [Group] to put a check mark. Selecting from Menu Select [Group] from Change menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 121: Merge

    If the pattern to be merged is non-grouped repetition data, it is merged to each pattern. If the pattern does not fit the mask, the mask is automatically adjusted. Select [Merge] from the File menu. Select the pattern to be merged. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data...
  • Page 122 Click the mouse. Move the mouse while pressing the shift key. The mask moves horizontally and vertically. If the position is acceptable, click [Yes]. When [No] is clicked, repeat the steps from 3. The pattern is merged. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 123: Saving Data

    If the edited data is larger than the mask, choose whether to carry out automatic masking or not. If color etc. has been is changed, the pattern image appears. To cancel saving To save mask without changing To set and save mask automatically BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data...
  • Page 124: Save As

    If the edited data is larger than the mask, choose whether to carry out automatic masking or not. If color etc. has been is changed, the pattern image appears. To cancel saving To save mask without changing To set and save mask automatically BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 125: Viewing Pattern Information

    After checking, click [OK]. The number of stitches in embroidery data The number of colors used in embroidery data Size of masking Coordinates of embroidering start position Coordinates of embroidering end position BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data...
  • Page 126: Printing Data

    Chapter 5 Editing Embroidery Data Printing Data Prints data in editing. Select [Print] from File menu or click Specify the number of copies and other conditions. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 127: Chapter 6 Embroidering

    Chapter 6 Embroidering The PC controls the machine operation as well as settings of the machine. Note that the menu which appears on the screen de- pends on whether the power to the machine is turned on or off. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 128: Functions (Command Reference)

    The machine data is saved as a different name. ( Minimizes the size of display screen on the machine. ( Renames the machine. ( page 143) Displays machine information. ( Exits from the machine controller. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC page 131) page 186) page 186) page 145) page 144)
  • Page 129 Runs the embroidery data editor. ( Runs the embroidery data explorer. ( Copies embroidery data to other machines. ( Sets configuration for embroidering. ( Upgrades the version of the machine parts. ( BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering page 180) page 133) page 133)
  • Page 130: Settings Menu

    Selects the hoop type. ( page 172) Cascades windows. ( page 144) Tiles windows. ( page 144) Align icons. ( page 146) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC page 149) page 152) page 153) page 156) page 158) page 159) page 163) page 164)
  • Page 131: Description Of Screen

    Zoom out Zoom in Open explorer Open editor Copy data to other machine Start embroidering Suspend embroidering Cancel embroidering Suspend embroidering Home position Step-back/step-forward Move pattern Information About This Application Help BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering Tool bar Status bar...
  • Page 132: Settings Before Turning On The Machine

    Select [Tool Bar] from View menu and put the check mark. Click here again to remove the check mark. Then the tool bar disappears. Main menu items are displayed on this tool bar. This tool bar appears during step-back/forward. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 133: Displaying The Status Bar

    Communication Port Sets communication port between PC and machine. Select [Communication Port] from Configuration menu. Select communication port for use. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering If the required port name does not appear, key-in the name.
  • Page 134: Language

    When "Each respective language" is selected, the list for "Available Languages" may not be displayed properly. Click [OK]. Exit and rerun the software. Displays English. Displays the system language of PC. Displays the local language. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Select display language among "Available Languages".
  • Page 135: Settings After Turning Power On

    Repeats zooming of the image by the number of clicks. Zoom Out Reduces the image to 80%. Select [Zoom Out] from Display menu or click Repeats zooming of the image by the number of clicks. Before selecting Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering After selecting After selecting...
  • Page 136: Zoom In Specified Range

    Displays the whole embroidery area. Select [Fit to Window] from View menu or click Whole Pattern Displays the whole pattern. Select [Whole Pattern] from View menu or click Before selecting Before selecting Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC After selecting After selecting After selecting...
  • Page 137: Grid

    Select [Hoop position] from the View menu. The hoop view position is stored in the hoop data. If you reinstall the program, the hoop view position is initialized because it is overwritten. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering After selecting...
  • Page 138: Needle Penetration

    Needle Penetration Chooses whether or not the needle penetration positions are displayed. Clicking Select [Needle Penetration] from View menu and put the check mark. Before selecting also provides the same function. Before selecting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC After selecting After selecting...
  • Page 139: Thread Color

    Setting Needle Bar Needle bar allocation and display color can be changed on this screen. To display needle bar number and color BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering After selecting To display embroidering sequence and color also...
  • Page 140 [Display properties] and the color sample supplied by a manufacturer cannot be selected or an intermediate color cannot be created. Double-click the thread spool or needle bar number. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Refer to steps 1 and 2. Refer to steps 1 and 3.
  • Page 141 When selecting a color from a color sample, click maker name or [User] and double click [Color]. When finely adjusting the selected color, click [Medium color]. Click [User] to crate a new color, then click [Addition]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering The needle bar number can be changed.
  • Page 142 Input the name of the color and click [OK] when [User] is selected in step 4. Changing needle bar allocation Drag a thread spool to the desired needle bar number. This thread spool has been dragged BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Drag here to adjust brightness. Displays data of the...
  • Page 143: Setting Ranges

    One clicking changes the range by one level. Changing individual range Double-click the range display. Click a speed range for selection. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering Displays each thread bar range. When "S" is shown, it is under suspension.
  • Page 144: Grid Setting

    Click the [color] to change the grid color. For setting, refer to steps 5 to 7 in page 140. Background color Changes the background color of the data. Select [Background color] from the [View] menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Click this to increase or decrease the value.
  • Page 145: Renaming Machine

    Select [Rename Machine] from Machine menu. Enter a new name. Click [OK]. If the message "The entered name already exists" appears, enter another name. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering After changing the background color Select an identifying color for the machine.
  • Page 146: Viewing Machine Information

    File name and path of embroidery data The number of stitches in embroidery data The number of colors used in embroidery data Size of masking Coordinates of embroidering start position Coordinates of embroidering end position Windows are slightly offset. Windows are tiled. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 147: Minimizing And Aligning Windows

    Windows on the screen can be minimized to the icon size and aligned. Minimize Window Size Select [Minimize Window Size] from Machine menu or click upper right corner of the screen. The window is minimized. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC When [Tile] is selected Click here. Chapter 6 Embroidering on the...
  • Page 148 If this button is clicked, the window changes to the full size of the desktop. This button is used to end the software or to close the folder. This button cannot be clicked when the machine window is displayed. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 149: Language

    When multiple machines are connected, the embroidery data of a machine can be copied to another machine. Click the window of the machine displaying the copy source data. Click Click and select the machine name of the destination. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 150: Configuration

    Upgrading the Machine Program Upgrades the programs at each part of the machine. This function is protected by a password. A dealer engineer will use this function if required. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Select the applicable power voltage. Click here to the default...
  • Page 151: Setting The Machine

    Click the needle number for selection. Click [OK]. The embroidering sequence appears at all specified needle points. Default setting (equating the sewing order number and needle bar number) Select [Needle] - [Default] from Settings menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 152: Same Speed Range

    Sets whether to stop the needle bars temporarily when changing all the needle bars. Stopping all the needle bars temporarily Select [Pause] - [Add all] from Settings menu. Resetting temporary stop of all the needle bars Select [Pause] - [Delete all] from Settings menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 153: Speed Range

    Select [Head Operation Suspend] from Settings menu. Click the machine head that needs to be at rest and remove the check mark. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering Indicates ranges of the current setting. Head operation suspend...
  • Page 154: Hoop Feed Position

    The gray cross appears and shows the hoop feed position. Embroidery Area Sets the embroidery area. Select [Embroidery Area] from Settings menu. Drag the embroidery area using the mouse for designation. The embroidery area is displayed in light blue. Hood feed position BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 155: Embroidery Hoop

    Select [Embroidery Hoop] and the type from Settings menu. The pattern direction and embroidering area may vary depending on the selected embroidery hoop type. Make sure that the selection is correct. When "Tubular (All)" is selected BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 156 Chapter 6 Embroidering When "Tubular (1, 3, 5)" is selected When "Flat (All)" is selected When "Flat (1, 3, 5)" is selected When "Border (All)" is selected BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 157 When "Border (1, 3, 5)" is selected When "Wide cap (All)" is selected When "Semi-wide cap (All)" is selected BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering The image is displayed upside down. The speed is automatically adjusted to 800 rpm or less.
  • Page 158: Thread Trimming

    Value of 1 to 10 can be set. The smaller the value is, the shorter the length is. Sets the overall thread amount through the needle. Value of 1 to 10 can be set. The smaller the value is, the shorter the length is. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 159: Boring

    Select [Boring] from Settings menu. When the boring mode is on, the check mark ( ) appears at the top of [Boring] in the menu. Click the setting item to put the check mark. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 160: Thread Breakage Sensor

    Select [Thread Breakage Sensor] from Setting menu. Click the head you want to disable the sensor and remove the check mark ( ). Adjust the sensor sensitivity. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC The sensor sensitivity for each needle bar is adjusted individually.
  • Page 161: Automatic Step Back

    Sets automatic hoop feed for a thread breakage. Select [Automatic Hoop Feed] from Settings menu and put the check mark ( ). BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering Click here, and the value decreases/increases. Click here to give additional step-back for the...
  • Page 162: End Of Embroidery

    Sets if the machine returns to the start point after end of embroidery. Select [End of embroidery] from Settings menu. Click the checkbox to put a check mark ( ) when the machine returns to the start point after end of embroidery. Click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 163: Mending

    When the machine is stopped Insert lock stitch at the beginning of sewing after thread breakage Select [Mending] from Settings menu. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering Error is automatically canceled when a thread breakage occurs. Selects how to reset the rotary hook thread entanglement error.
  • Page 164: Adjust

    Adjustment value of the needle is set. The adjustment value is set at the increment of 0.1 mm. The setting range is –0.5 ~ 2 mm in X and Y directions. Select [Adjust] from Settings menu. When setting is complete, click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 165: Activating Speed Up Of Driving Shaft

    Activate escape with pause Sets whether to feed the hoop during temporary stop of the needle bars to change colors. Select this function when embroidering applique. Select [Activate escape with pause] from Settings menu and check it. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 166: Short Stitch Speed Reduction

    The speed can be set between 400 rpm and the maximum speed of the current hoop in units of 10 rpm. Select [Short stitch speed reduction] from Settings menu. Click [Reducing speed] to check it and click [OK] when items are set. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 167: Thin Material Or Thick Material

    The smaller values are suitable for thick material and the larger ones are suitable for thin material. Select [Thin material or thick material] from Settings menu. Adjust the value by moving the slide bar control. Click [OK] when it is set. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering The selected value is displayed.
  • Page 168: Area Trace

    Select the outside shape of area tracing before starting sewing. The following two types can be selected. The selected outside shape is displayed on the screen. Select the outside shape of [Area trace] from Settings menu and check it. Rectangle BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Octagon...
  • Page 169: Default Settings

    Hoop feed during temporary stop for color change Reducing speed in a small pitch Thin material or thick material Area Trace BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Automatically selects the value suitable for the hoop type. Cancels the head operation which is not set for rest on the machine.
  • Page 170: Show Setting

    • Thread trimming inching motion • Thread removal feed length • Boring • Shift • Thread breakage sensor sensitivity • Automatic step back • Automatic feed hoop • Return to the stant point • Speed up after starting the main shaft BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 171 Select [Show Setting] from Settings menu. After checking, click [OK]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 172: Load Setting

    Chapter 6 Embroidering Load Setting Load the setting. The set file has an extension of "ecm". Select [Load setting] from Settings menu. Select the folder and click [Open]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 173: Save Setting

    Save Setting Saves the edit settings. Save the setting files with an extension of "ecm". Change the setting. Select [Save setting] from Settings menu. Select the registration folder and put a file name. Click [Save]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 174: Load Hoop

    The hoop file to be loaded has an extension of "ehp". The types and the shapes of hoop for loading are as follows: Round frame ROUND_FRAME21.ehp Square frame SQUARE_FRAME24X24.ehp SQUARE_FRAME45X27.ehp Spider net frame SPIDER_NET_FRAME05B-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME05B-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME07T-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME07T-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME07B-1.ehp ROUND_FRAME25.ehp SQUARE_FRAME45X23.ehp SQUARE_FRAME45X32.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME05B-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME05B-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME07T-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME07T-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME07B-2.ehp BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 175 SPIDER_NET_FRAME07B-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME09T-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME09T-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME10B-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME10B-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME12T-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME12T-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME13B-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME13B-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME15T-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME15T-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME16B-1.ehp BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering SPIDER_NET_FRAME07B-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME09T-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME09T-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME10B-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME10B-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME12T-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME12T-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME13B-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME13B-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME15T-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME15T-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME16B-2.ehp...
  • Page 176 Chapter 6 Embroidering SPIDER_NET_FRAME16B-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME18T-1.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME18T-3.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME19B.ehp Tubular frame TUBULAR_FRAME-05.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME-10.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME-16.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME23X24.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME28X30.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME30X43.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME40X43.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME16B-4.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME18T-2.ehp SPIDER_NET_FRAME18T-4.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME-07.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME-13.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME-19.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME23X43.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME30X28.ehp TUBULAR_FRAME30X48.ehp BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 177 Holder base frame HOLDER_BASE23X24.ehp HOLDER_BASE30X28.ehp HOLDER_BASE30X48.ehp Tubular round frame TUBULAR_ROUND07.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND12.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND18.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND24X30.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND32X45.ehp BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering HOLDER_BASE23X43.ehp HOLDER_BASE30X43.ehp HOLDER_BASE40X43.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND09.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND15.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND24X24.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND30X30.ehp TUBULAR_ROUND335X453.ehp...
  • Page 178 Chapter 6 Embroidering Cap frame semi-wide frame Cap frame semi-wide.ehp Cap frame wide frame Cap frame wide.ehp Select [Load hoop] from Settings menu. Select the folder and click [Open]. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 179: Embroidering

    To display the timing angle of the needle drop and hoop movement. Click here and the overall speed range increases by one level. Click here and the overall speed range decreases by one level. To display the status of the machine. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 180 Embroidery data appears in gray, indicating the embroidering status. Pause Click Canceling Press the operation panel. Click The check screen appears. Click [Yes] to cancel. button. Embroidering starts. button while pressing the STOP BES-962BC • BES-1262BC button on the machine...
  • Page 181: Moving The Home Position

    Chapter 6 Embroidering Moving the Home Position Move the selected machine home position. Select [Home Position] from Operation menu or click BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 182: Step-Forward/Step-Back

    Select [Step F/B] from the Operation menu or click A cross appears on the screen. The current needle position is the intersection of the vertical and horizontal lines. to stop embroidering for step-forward/back mode. Tool bar for step-back/step-forward to stop embroidering. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Current needle position...
  • Page 183: Setting Step-Forward/Back Distance Or Timing

    Moves forward (backward) by 1 stitch. Moves forward (backward) by 10 stitches. Moves forward (backward) by 100 stitches. Moves to the next (previous) color change. Moves to the next (previous) feed. Click the icon to select the desired function. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 184: Stepping Forward/Back

    Specify the travel length from the embroidery start point. Click the and the needle moves to the start position of the next repeating pattern. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC to stop movement. to stop movement. Click the icon and the needle moves to the start position of the current pattern.
  • Page 185: Resuming Embroidering

    The cross disappears. The embroidery status at the step forward/backward position of the stitches is displayed. Forward Click It is ready to resume embroidering and "Hoop" appears at the machine display window. Press on the machine. START BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering Backward Backward...
  • Page 186: Moving Embroidery Position

    Movement is allowed only in the embroidering area (within the red frame). Select [Move Embroidery Position] from Operation menu or click The pointer turns into The mouse arrow becomes + while dragging. . Drag the embroidery data. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Embroidering area...
  • Page 187: Centering Pattern

    Centering Pattern Moves the pattern to the machine home position. Select [Move Pattern] from Operation menu. The pattern is moved. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 188: Saving Data

    Renames and saves the edited data as a new file. Select [Save as...] from File menu. Select the directory to save the new file. Enter a new file name. Click [Save]. If color etc. has been is changed, the pattern image appears. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 189: Test

    Test Carries out sensor information check, actuator operation test, test for main shaft rotation, etc. for machine maintenance. This function is protected by a password. A dealer engineer will use this function if required. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 6 Embroidering...
  • Page 190: Running Other Programs

    Allows transfer and copy of the embroidery data. Data transfer to the machine controller is not allowed. Allows editing of embroidery data. Allows display and print-out of production data, etc. Click this to increase or decrease the value. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 191: Chapter 7 Operation Of Machine

    Chapter 7 Operation of Machine Chapter 7 Operation of Machine BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 192: Operating Procedures

    The machine enters the waiting state for an Power switch embroidering data selection. Note) When turning the power off and back it on again, wait for at least 10 seconds. ), determine a position to start embroidering. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC icon.
  • Page 193: Stopping The Machine

    Press the power switch to turn on the power again. Power switch BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 7 Operation of Machine to stop STOP...
  • Page 194: Permission For Hoop Movement

    3. Permission for Hoop Movement • When the computer has given a command to move the embroidery hoop, "HOOP" is displayed while blinking on the operation panel. • Press the check switch and the embroidery hoop moves to the designated position. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 195: Measures Against Thread Breakage

    STEP BACK/ turn the switch to the opposite side. FWD switch 5. Press the START switch on the operation panel or the start switch located between the machine heads to resume operation. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 7 Operation of Machine...
  • Page 196: Mending

    Note) To cancel the mending end position, turn all the MENDING lamps are turned on (except for halted machine heads) . BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 197 A remains the end position.) Note) When the MENDING switch of the machine No.3 Stitch Note) When the MENDING switch of the machine BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 7 Operation of Machine switch or to move it head whose lamp is off is pressed: •...
  • Page 198: Bes-962Bc • Bes-1262Bc

    • Jog embroidering can be executed as long as the start switch at the machine head is held down. Note) Never apply a tape on the switch to keep jog BES-962BC • BES-1262BC operation for a long time. Doing so may cause damage to the machine.
  • Page 199: Area Check

    Enlarge the embroidering area on the personal computer. • If the check switch is pressed in other cases than "area over", the rectangular outline of the pattern is traced. Embroidering start position (Example) 0.1mm BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 7 Operation of Machine...
  • Page 200: Jog Switches

    Chapter 7 Operation of Machine 8. Jog Switches 8-1 Hoop Movement to Start Position The hoop immediately after the embroidering mode becomes valid can be moved so that the start position can be set as required. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 201: Inching Mode During Embroidering (Forcible Hoop Movement)

    4. Pressing the STOP switch resets the inching mode. 5. Press the START switch restarts embroidering. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 7 Operation of Machine while to forcibly change STOP...
  • Page 202 Chapter 7 Operation of Machine BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 203: Chapter 8 Creating Production Report

    Chapter 8 Creating Production Report Chapter 8 Creating Production Report Records and controls the machine operation. The production report can be created based on this data. Detailed information of produc- tion report allows efficient embroidering con- trol. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 204: Functions (Command Reference)

    Displays the last page. Displays the tool bar. Displays the status bar. Sets the display item. ( page 211) Deletes the report file. ( page 220) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC page 217) page 218) page 219) page 206) page 207) page 208)
  • Page 205: Description Of Screen

    Chapter 8 Creating Production Report Description of Screen Thread Breakage for Each Needle Bar Detailed Data Thread Breakage for Each Pattern Save as CSV Total Output About This Application Output Copy Open report file Print Help Status bar BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 206: Displaying Report

    Displays the thread breakage information for each pattern. Displays production output or efficiency of the selected machine. Displays production output or efficiency of multiple machines. page 211). BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Click here to select the machine for detail data, thread breakage and output information.
  • Page 207: Display Example Of Details

    Error (*) Embroidering restarted (*) The items marked with "*" can be shown or hidden on the " Setting items to be displayed" screen. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report Contents The machine power was turned on. If the computer is turned on after the machine power has been on, it shows the time when the computer recognized the machine.
  • Page 208: Display Example Of Thread Breakage Information On Needle Bar

    Thread breakage rate per 10,000 stitches (10000 x No. of times thread is trimmed) /No. of stitches Total for all the heads or all the needle bars Three needle bars that have thread breakage frequently, in the decreasing order of frequency BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 209: Display Example Of Thread Breakage Information In Pattern

    Speed range (*) Speed range that was effective when a thread breakage occurred The items marked with "*" can be shown or hidden on the " Setting items to be displayed" screen. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report...
  • Page 210: Display Example Of Output Information

    Actual embroidering time/(embroidering time-time for interruption) Ratio of the actual embroidering time to the embroidering time Actual embroidering time / embroidering time Total of stop time during embroidering Reasons for stoppage are indicated. Refer to the next page. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 211 Details of reason for stoppage Interrupted Frequency and total time stopped by the operator Stoppage due to Frequency and total time stopped by thread breakage thread breakage Error Frequency and total time stopped by errors BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report...
  • Page 212: Display Example Of Total Output Information

    Actual embroidering time/(embroidering time-time for interruption) Ratio of the actual embroidering time to the embroidering time Actual embroidering time / embroidering time Total of stop time during embroidering Reasons for stoppage are indicated. Refer to page 209. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 213: Setting Display Items

    Items related to thread breakage for each pattern. Items related to output information. Item related to total output information. Items not included in the efficiency calculation for output information and total output information. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report...
  • Page 214: Details

    Time of color change Time of thread breakage Time of resuming embroidering after suspension Time when the emergency stop button was pressed Time when an error has occurred Head number Needle number Number of stitches Speed range BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 215: Thread Breakage Information On Needle Bar

    Needle bar no. where thread breakage occurred No. of stitches until thread breakage Speed range BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report Number that thread breakage has occurred Number of stitches used in embroidery Rate of thread breakage for 10,000 stitches...
  • Page 216: Output Information

    Event that caused a stop Number of colors in pattern Number of sheets embroidered. Number of total stitches/Actual embroidery time (number of stitches for 1 minute in embroidering) Number of stops Total stop time Average stop time per occurrence (in seconds) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 217: Total Output Information

    Total time Average time Target machine Click and select the machine for calculation. To cancel the selection, click again. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report The total number of embroidery stitches from start to end Number of embroidering...
  • Page 218: Recess Time Setting

    Click and select the applicable machine for calculation. Total recess time Set the time not to be included in the day-to-day calculation during the designated period. Total maintenance time Set the time not to be included in the calculation throughout the period. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 219: Save As Csv

    PC. Data in each item is divided by commas and recorded as a text file. This format is mainly used for a spreadsheet software or data base software. The extension is "csv". BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report...
  • Page 220: Printing Production Report

    Setting screen is displayed. Set the paper size. Print Select [Print] from File menu or click Set the number of sheets and click [OK]. Set the paper direction. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC The sample image is displayed. Set the margin. Set the printer.
  • Page 221: Copying Report Data

    The area is copied as text data. Start a word processing software and select [Paste] from Edit menu. Copied data is saved until another data is copied or cut. When dragging for selection When selecting [Select All] BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 8 Creating Production Report...
  • Page 222: Deleting Report

    Chapter 8 Creating Production Report Deleting Report Deletes the record data for production report. Select [Delete report file(s)] from Settings menu. The password entry screen is displayed. Refer to the Brother sales department for password information. Set the period to be deleted. Click [OK].
  • Page 223: Chapter 9 Maintenance

    Chapter 9 Maintenance Chapter 9 Maintenance BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 224: Cleaning

    • If thread breakage or rotary hook noise occurs during embroidering, lubricate the race of the rotary hook. Note) • Use the dropper provided to supply oil. Use BROTHER's embroidery machine oil (equivalent to Nisseki Sewing Lub No. 10). • Supply a proper amount of oil. Any excess may stain fabrics, etc.
  • Page 225: Cleaning Of Needle Plate

    Clean them once a month. Remove broken threads from this section. Remove lint from lower shaft module fan and its surroundings once a month using a pair of tweezers, etc. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 9 Maintenance...
  • Page 226: Oiling

    2. Oiling To extend the machine's service life, supply oil to the following places at regular intervals. (Note) • When oiling, be sure to supply Brother's machine oil (Nisseki Sewing Lube #10 or the equivalent) using the dropper. • Excessive oiling may cause the material to be stained.
  • Page 227 (Note) • In lubrication, select needle bar 12 and remove the head cover to check the lubrication area. Be sure to wipe off excessive oil spilt at the lower part of the arm. Thread take-up bush Connecting rod Head cover BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 9 Maintenance Connecting Connecting...
  • Page 228: Greasing

    * After greasing, assemble in the reverse order. (Note) • When assembling the needle bar case w, BES-962BC • BES-1262BC place it on the machine and turn the change pulley !0 behind the cover o at right. Check that it is engaged, and then tighten the bolts.
  • Page 229 !0 . * After greasing, assemble in the reverse order. (Note) • When reattaching the head cover w after BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 9 Maintenance head covers R and L respectively, remove both the the covers when greasing.
  • Page 230 * After greasing, assemble in the reverse order. (Note) • When assembling the needle bar case w, BES-962BC • BES-1262BC place it on the machine and turn the change pulley @0 behind the cover !9 at right. Check that it is engaged, and then tighten the bolts.
  • Page 231 (Note) • When reattaching the head cover w after • When assembling the needle bar case y, • When attaching the presser foot guide plate BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 9 Maintenance its removal, move the needle bar case to the needle bar 6 position.
  • Page 232: Feed Guide Section

    4. Grease the X-feed linear guides (3 positions), the Y-feed linear guides (one each on the right and left), and the linear guide inside the No. 3 bed. Slide the guide to spread grease entirely. * After greasing, assemble in the reverse order. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 233: Chapter 10 Adjustment

    Chapter 10 Adjustment Chapter 10 Adjustment BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 234: Adjusting Needle Bar Height

    Maintenance and inspection of the machine should be conducted only by trained engineers. 10.8mm BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Tighten the bolt u so that the clearance can be even. Do not hit...
  • Page 235 Note) • Make sure that the top dead center stopper does not hit the needle bar guide rail i at this time. " are aligned). Lightly press the top dead center stopper t toward BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 10 Adjustment...
  • Page 236 Chapter 10 Adjustment When using the bottom dead center gauge 180° Cutting section Cutting section BES-962BC • BES-1262BC 10.8mm Tighten the bolt o so that the clearance can be even. Do not hit this section.
  • Page 237 Note) • Make sure that the top dead center stopper u does not hit the needle bar guide rail !0 at this time. " are aligned). Lightly press the top dead center stopper u toward BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 10 Adjustment...
  • Page 238: Replacing (Attaching) Rotary Hook

    Lower shaft w. shaft 3. When mounting, press it inward until it stops. Note) After replacing rotary hooks, refer to "4. Ad- justment of Timing Between Needle and Ro- tary Hook (Page 238)" and adjust the timing. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 239: Adjustment Of Clearance Between Needle And Rotary Hook

    No. 9 i (No. 12 needle for BES-1262BC). Note) If the clearance between the needle and the BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 10 Adjustment rotary hook point is not within the range of 0.3 ~ 0.5 mm, adjust again as described in the step r until the needle bar No.
  • Page 240: Adjustment Of Timing Between Needle And Rotary Hook

    • STEP FWD For rotating the rotary hook little by little in the counterclockwise direction Make this adjustment for each machine head so that the needle and the rotary hook's point can fit with each other. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 241: Adjustment Of Presser Foot Height

    STOP switch. "STEP" disappears from the display, and the machine enters the standby state. STOP The adjustment of the rotary hook is completed and the timing is stored. The rotary hook returns to the stop position accordingly. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 10 Adjustment material...
  • Page 242: Adjustment Of Thread Trimmer

    C q and B w. 4. Tighten the two bolts e until the triangle part of the movable knife r is projected by 1 mm from the fixed knife t. Triangle part of movable knife BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 243 6. Turn the power switch off once, then on again. Check that the clearance between the movable knife r and the fixed knife t is 1 mm. 7. When adjusting again, follow the step 2 and after. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 10 Adjustment (Check that no...
  • Page 244: Thread Wiper Adjustment

    • Care should be taken if the finger guard is inclined. If the finger guard in such a state is pushed exces- sively toward the needle at the time of color change, it may interfere with the presser foot. • Then make an adjustment in the crosswise direction by sliding bolt o of finger guard i. Align Needle BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 245: Adjusting The Belt Tension

    Place a gauge against the belt q, loosen the nut w, and then turn the nut e to move the slot to the appropriate position so that there is 8 mm of deflection in the belt q when 9.8 N of pressure is applied. The machine operating direction is counterclockwise when seen from the machine pulley end. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 246 Chapter 10 Adjustment BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 247: Chapter 11 Error Code List

    Chapter 11 Error code list Chapter 11 Error code list BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 248: Chapter 11 Error Code List

    This is displayed when the stop switch is pressed while the hoop is moving. Press the to move the hoop again. (It is necessary to press the again to start sewing.) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Measures or turn on the F/B switch on STOP...
  • Page 249: Chapter 11 Error Code List

    When using the every other head mode, remove the presser feet according to the warning message. Turn the power off and on once. Press the or turn on the F/B switch on the head to either side. STOP BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 11 Error code list Measures...
  • Page 250: Chapter 11 Error Code List

    This is not usually displayed. Set the embroidering area again on PC. If the wiper is tangled with a thread, remove it. Press the F/B switch on the head to either side. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Measures STOP or turn on F/B...
  • Page 251: Chapter 11 Error Code List

    PCB is faulty. Turn the power off and on once. If the same error occurs again, the main PCB is faulty. This is not usually displayed. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 11 Error code list Measures . To start sewing, transfer...
  • Page 252 PRE code error E-F9 No applicable command E-FA Interface receive data sum check error E-FB Send time up error No status is returned from spindle, lower shaft motor, E-FF or CPU. This is not usually displayed. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Measures...
  • Page 253: Chapter 12 Troubleshooting

    Chapter 12 Troubleshooting If there is any indication of trouble with the machine, check and correct as described in the table. If the trouble cannot be corrected, turn off the power and contact your distribu- tor for corrective actions. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 254: Mechanical Section

    • Is any set screw of the rotary encoder loosened? • Is any set screw of the machine pulley loosened? • Is any set screw of the machine motor pulley loosened? • Is embroidery data normal? • Is the XY carriage belt loosened? BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 255 Lower the presser foot for the six machine heads using the lever. • Is the needle attached properly? • Is the timing of the needle and rotary hook correct? BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 12 Troubleshooting Bolt Thread take-up...
  • Page 256: Electrical Section

    • Check the signal of the stop position sensor in the encoder test mode. Refer to the adjustment or cable connection block diagram and check connection from the needle position detention sensor to the main PCB. Replace the needle position detection sensor with a new one. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 257 If not, check to see if connection from the needle bar position sensor to connector P7 of the head PCB (1) is proper. • Replace the needle bar position sensor (potentiometer) with a new one. • Replace the head PCB 1 with a new one. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 12 Troubleshooting...
  • Page 258 If the signal does not change, refer to the cable connection block diagram and check to see if connection from the stop position sensor to the main PCB is proper. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 259 • Is the hole next to the bed with which the error frequently occurs clogged with dust? If so, clean it. • Check to see if connection from the thermister of the lower shaft module to the BC PCB is proper. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 12 Troubleshooting...
  • Page 260 If a sensor signal is not given, check to see if connection from the wiper sensor to the head PCB is proper. Replace the wiper sensor with a new one. Replace the head PCB with a new one. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 261 • Check fuse F3 on the power supply PCB in the power supply base. If it is blown, replace it with a new one. If it becomes blown again, the 24v system circuit is faulty. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 12 Troubleshooting...
  • Page 262 Replace the faulty motor with a new one. • Refer to the block diagram showing the cable connection and check to see if connection from the X-axis motor to the main PCB is proper. • Replace the main PCB with a new one. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 263 P12 of the head PCB to connectors P7, 8, 13, 14, 15, and 16 on the power supply PCB in the control box is proper. • Replace the head PCB with a new one. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 12 Troubleshooting The normal resistance value is...
  • Page 264 (flip it down) and keep flipping up the mending switch until the green LED stops blinking. 4. When the LED of the corresponding head stops blinking, reset the error with the STOP key on the panel or the step back key of the head. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 265: Personal Computer Section

    Move the mouse to the bottom of the screen and select the program (editor, explorer, or production report). • The number of colors is set to 256. Increase the number to 65000 or more on the control panel screen. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC Chapter 12 Troubleshooting...
  • Page 266 Chapter 12 Troubleshooting BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 267: Connection And Installation Of Optional Equipment

    Connection and Installation of Optional Equipment Connection and Installation of Optional Equipment BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 268: Attaching Bobbin Winder

    4. Mount the spool shaft B t and pan y, spool mat u, and spool cushion i with nut 5 !5 and spring washer !6 . 5. Insert the thread winder harness o in the 2P (No. 6) connectors on the rear of the control box. BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 269 • If the circuit protector o functions, the bob- bin winder motor does not rotate. Leave it for a while for cooling. Then press the cir- cuit protector o. (The thread does not come out when the motor is not cooled enough.) BES-962BC • BES-1262BC...
  • Page 270 INSTRUCTION MANUAL BROTHER INDUSTRIES,LTD. NAGOYA,JAPAN Printed in Japan 155-962,C62 S93962-002 2000.03.H(1)

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