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PROGRAMMER
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Please read this manual before using the machine.
Please keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference.
BAS-300E Series

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  • Page 1 PROGRAMMER INSTRUCTION MANUAL Please read this manual before using the machine. Please keep this manual within easy reach for quick reference. BAS-300E Series...
  • Page 2 Thank you very much for purchasing the Brother Industrial Sewing Machine. Please read this "Programmer Instruction Manual" and the separate volume "Programmable Electronic Pattern Sewer Instruction Manual" carefully before using the machine. Operation of this industrial sewing machine is usually carried out in front of moving parts such as the needle and the needle thread take-up.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Connection ..........................8 Handling the programmer ......................9 After use ............................. 9 Turning power ON/OFF ......................10 Turning power ON ..........................10 Turning power OFF .......................... 11 Handling of floppy disk ......................12 Protecting data in floppy disks ......................13 Setting a Floppy Disk to the Floppy Disk Drive .................
  • Page 4 Contents Programming ........................83 Creating a line ..........................83 Creating a curve ......................... 83 Creating a circle ......................... 84 Creating an arc .......................... 86 Creating a semicircle ......................... 87 Creating a zigzag circle ......................88 Creating a zigzag stitch ......................89 Ending programming .........................
  • Page 5 Contents Feed ............................... 131 Basting ............................133 Symmetrical pattern ........................134 Splitting ............................136 Zigzag stitch ........................... 137 Multiple stitch ..........................138 Example of modified program ....................142 Resizing pattern ..........................142 Changing partially ........................... 144 Deleting the first stitch ........................145 Changing the first stitch position ....................
  • Page 6 Contents Chaper 4 Extended Option Output Function of extended option output ....................194 Operating the extended option output .................... 194 Items which can be set in the extended option output ..............195 Setting the extended option output ................196 Setting enabling conditions ..................197 Reading the extended option output data ..............
  • Page 7 Contents...
  • Page 8: Chapter 1 Preparations Of Operation

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation...
  • Page 9: Connection

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Connection Connection of the programmer cable to the machine is described here. Check that the machine power is OFF before connecting the cable. 1. Connect the cable to the connector on the left side of the operation panel. Programmer...
  • Page 10: Handling The Programmer

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Handling the programmer Display panel Displays messages during programming. Operation panel Press here for operation. After use Wind the cable for storage as shown in the figure. Programmer...
  • Page 11: Turning Power On/off

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Turning power ON/OFF Turning power ON Switch ON the machine. Press the foot switch pedal to lift the work clamp. Foot switch pedal Set the pattern sheet. Fix the pattern sheet with adhesive tape on the feed plate to prevent displacement. Press the foot switch pedal to lower the work clamp.
  • Page 12: Turning Power Off

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Turning power OFF Write the programmer data into a floppy disk. Refer to "Writing data to a floppy disk" (page 214.). If the data is not need to be saved, delete it. Refer to "Deleting data in a floppy disk" (page 216.). Press on the programmer.
  • Page 13: Handling Of Floppy Disk

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Handling of floppy disk Do not force open the shutter for direct Do not bring disks near magnetic mat- contact with the magnetic area. ters such as magnetic screwdriver or the back side of the programmer. Do not store floppy disks in an extremely high Do not use floppy disks under high humidity.
  • Page 14: Protecting Data In Floppy Disks

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Protecting data in floppy disks Write-protection is available for a floppy disk to prevent undesired data deletion. A write-protected disk is read-only. It is recommended to provide write-protection for disks which contain important data. 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.
  • Page 15: Contents

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Contents This manual consists of the following chapters. Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Describes the basic precautions. Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Describes the procedure to create programs using icons. It is recommended for persons who are used to icon input.
  • Page 16: Notes For Programming

    Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Notes for programming Pattern sheet Use thin plotting paper or prepare copies of pattern sheet. The pattern sheet is designed in the original scale. Adjust the size to magnification (2, 5, or 10) for magnified input. Stitch length Setting range between 0.3 and 12.7 mm is available.
  • Page 17 Chapter 1 Preparations of operation Programmer...
  • Page 18: Chapter 2 Programming With Help Function

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function...
  • Page 19: Please Read Before Programming

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Please read before programming When the lamp on the button is lit, small pictures appear on the display. These pictures represent different functions. They are called 'icons'. This chapter describes the method of programming with icons. Panel description and usage The following panel keys are used in Help mode.
  • Page 20: Display Screen

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Display screen When is pressed, the following screen is displayed. If the screen is not displayed, press Checks the program data or Displays the image of program data. changes the setting. (Refer to page 106.) (Refer to page 107.) Edits the program data.
  • Page 21: Programming Flowchart

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Programming flowchart Programming Select and press Position the sewing start position and press Select an icon for programming. (Refer to page 83.) Combine straight lines, curves and other figures to make patterns on the pattern sheet.
  • Page 22 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Editing program (Refer to page 111.) Select and press Select an icon for editing. Press after editing. Checking and setting (Refer to page 107.) Select and press Move to the needle position for setting. Press and carry out setting.
  • Page 23: Description Of Icons

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Description of icons Programming Creating a line Creating a curve Creating a circle Creating a circle by specifying 3 points on the circumference Creating a circle of the specified diameter in the clockwise direction Creating a circle of the specified diameter in the counterclockwise direction Creating a circle of the specified radius in the clockwise direction Creating a circle of the specified radius in the counterclockwise direction...
  • Page 24: Displaying A Pattern Image

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Creating magnified data Inputting data (x2) Inputting data (x5) Inputting data (x10) Carrying out double stitch Creating double stitch data in the reverse direction to the left side of the sewing path Creating double stitch data in the reverse direction to the right side of the sewing path Creating double stitch data in the same direction to the left side of the sewing path...
  • Page 25: Editing Data

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Editing data Moving a pattern in parallel Moving a pattern symmetrically to the Y axis Moving a pattern symmetrically to the X axis Moving a pattern symmetrically to a point Resizing a pattern Copying a resized pattern Rotating a pattern clockwise Copying a pattern rotated clockwise Rotating a pattern counterclockwise...
  • Page 26: Programming Example

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Programming example Frequently used programming method is explained here. Refer to "Programming" (page 83) for function and operation of each icon. Programming for each stitch Program each stitch according to the pattern. The example in the left is used for explanation. Programming 1.
  • Page 27 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 7. When point C is programmed, press Inputting the end code 1. Select with and press 2. Select the end code type with press 3. Press Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3.
  • Page 28: Magnified Input

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Magnified input To program a detailed pattern for each stitch, use a magnified input. The example in the left is used for explanation of programming the pattern to the magnification of 5. Programming 1. Press 2.
  • Page 29 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Inputting the end code 1. Select with and press 2. Select the end code type with press 3. Press Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4.
  • Page 30: Lines

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Lines The pattern with lines is programmed. The example in the left is used for explanation of programming. Programming 1. Press 2. Select with and press 3. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point A of the pattern.
  • Page 31 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Inputting the end code 1. Select with and press 2. Select the end code type with press 3. Press Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4.
  • Page 32: Curve

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Curve The pattern with curves is programmed. The example in the left is used for explanation of programming at the curve and the corner. When a split is made When a split is not made Programming 1.
  • Page 33 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 5. Input the stitch length and press 6. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point B of the pattern. 7. Repeat step 6 and create the program to point C.
  • Page 34 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Programmer...
  • Page 35: Double Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Double stitch A double stitch is programmed to make two lines with a constant width. The example in the left is used for explanation of a double stitch to the left of sewing direction. Sewing width When the line changes from straight to curve as in points B or E, be sure to press...
  • Page 36 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 7. Move the work clamp with . Press twice when the needle point is at point B of the pattern. 8. Program points C, D and E. 9. When point E is programmed, press again.
  • Page 37: Feed

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Feed After thread breaking, a feed is set for continuous sewing with the work clamp in position.
  • Page 38 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point A of the pattern. The first stitch (point A) is programmed. 4. Program pattern 1. 5. Press after input of point B. The number of pressing depends on the programming method for pattern 1.
  • Page 39: Basting

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Basting Basting is programmed. The example in the left is used for explanation of basting programming from point C to point F.
  • Page 40 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point A of the pattern. The first stitch (point A) is programmed. 4. Select with and press 5. Move the work clamp with .
  • Page 41 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Inputting the end code 1. Select with and press 2. Select the end code type with press "111" is selected in the example. Press and the work clamp returns to the first stitch(point A). 3.
  • Page 42: Symmetrical Pattern

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Symmetrical pattern A pattern symmetric to the X axis or the Y axis is programmed. After programming the pattern, select the symmetrical pattern type to complete the pattern. The example in the left is used for explanation of programming symmetric to the Y axis.
  • Page 43 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 5. When point B is programmed, press The number of pressing depends on the programming method. Selecting the symmetrical pattern type 1. Select with and press 2. Select the symmetrical pattern type and press (symmetric to Y axis) is selected in the example.
  • Page 44 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Programmer...
  • Page 45: Splitting

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Splitting Different patterns, splitting each pattern in sequence, are programmed. The example in the left is used for explanation of 3 patterns in sequence. Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Programming 1. Press The work clamp moves to the home position and the programmer screen is displayed.
  • Page 46 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 8. Press 9. Select with and press 10. Select ON/OFF of needle stopping at the bottom with and press 11. Program pattern 2. 12. Program pattern 3 in the similar manner. 13. When pattern 3 is programmed, press Inputting the end code 1.
  • Page 47: Zigzag Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Zigzag stitch Zigzag stitch is programmed. The example in the left Zigzag width is used for explanation of even width of zigzag stitch on the sewing path.
  • Page 48 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 4. Select with and press 5. Select with and press 6. Input the zigzag width and the stitch length and press 3.0 mm is input in the example. Input 030 to make the width and the stitch length to 3.0 mm. To switch input between the stitch length and the width, use 7.
  • Page 49: Multiple Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Multiple stitch This section describes programming of a multiple stitch. Refer to the example on the left. Programming can be started from either inside or outside line.
  • Page 50 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Creating a stitch pattern 1. Create a pattern in consideration of the most Should be spaced inside and outside lines for a multiple stitch. uniformly. The two lines should be spaced uniformly. Outside line Connect each direction change point on the Inside line inside line with the matched direction...
  • Page 51 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 2. Select with and press 3. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point q of the pattern. The first stitch (point q) is programmed. 4. Select with and press 5.
  • Page 52 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 10. Program the following points up to point #4 in the same manner. When programming, be sure that the points and splits specified on the inside line are paired with those on the outside line respectively.
  • Page 53: Example Of Modified Program

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Example of modified program This section describes the modification method of the program using examples. Refer to "Programming" (page 83) or "Checking the program setting and setting attribute" (page 107) for function and operation of each icon.
  • Page 54 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 2. Select with and press 3. Select with and press 4. Input the data number and press 5. Press Resizing 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the resizing percentage for the X and the Y axes.
  • Page 55: Changing Partially

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Changing partially A part of the programmed pattern is changed. The example in the left is used for explanation of creating 5', 6' and 7'.
  • Page 56 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 2. Select with and press 3. Select with and press 4. Input the data number and press 5. Press Moving to position 4. 1. Select with and press 2. Press and press The work clamp moves from the start position by each stitch. 3.
  • Page 57 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Repeat step 2 and program 6' and 7'. 4. Press 5. Select with and press 6. Press and press The needle point moves to 5. 7. Press Deleting unnecessary points 1. Select with and press 2.
  • Page 58: Deleting The First Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Deleting the first stitch The first stitch of the programmed pattern is deleted. The example in the left is used for explanation of deleting 1 and setting 2 for the sewing start position.
  • Page 59 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Select with and press 4. Input the data number and press 5. Press Moving to position 1 1. Select with and press 2. Press and press The work clamp moves to the sewing start position. 3.
  • Page 60: Changing The First Stitch Position

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Changing the first stitch position The position of the sewing start position is changed. The example in the left is used for explanation of moving the sewing start position from 1 to 1'.
  • Page 61 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Select with and press 4. Input the data number and press 5. Press Moving to position 1 1. Select with and press 2. Press and press The work clamp moves to the start position. 3.
  • Page 62 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Press 4. Select with and press 5. Input the number of stitches to be deleted and press The example is deleting 1 stitch. Press 6. The needle point moves to 1'. 7. Press twice.
  • Page 63: Adding Embroidery Point Before The First Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Adding sewing point before the first stitch A point is added before the current sewing point to change the sewing start position. The example in the left is used for explanation of changing the sewing start position from 1 to 1'. Calling data 1.
  • Page 64 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Programming a new point 1. Select with and press 2. Move the work clamp with so that the needle point is at 1'. Record the coordinates (values of X and Y). 3. Press 1' is programmed. 4.
  • Page 65 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 6. The needle point moves to 1'. 7. Press twice. Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Programmer...
  • Page 66: Adding Escape Point Before The First Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Adding escape point before the first stitch An escape point is added before the sewing start position. The example in the left is used for explanation of setting escape point A. The escape point is a provisional point provided for prevention of the work clamp interference with the needle or the bar leg when the work clamp is lifted at the start point.
  • Page 67 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Programming a new point 1. Select with and press 2. Move the work clamp with so that the needle point is at A of the pattern. Record the coordinates (values of X and Y). 3.
  • Page 68 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 6. The needle point moves to A. 7. Press twice. Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press...
  • Page 69: Moving The Escape Point

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Moving the escape point The position of the escape point is moved. The example in the left is used for explanation of moving the escape point from A to B. Calling data 1. Press The work clamp moves to the home position.
  • Page 70 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Programming a new point. 1. Select with and press 2. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at B. B is programmed. 3. Press Deleting 1 1. Select with and press 2.
  • Page 71: Deleting The Escape Point

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Deleting the escape point The escape point is deleted. The example in the left is used for explanation of deleting A.
  • Page 72 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Select with and press 4. Input the data number and press 5. Press Moving to position A 1. Select with and press 2. Press and press The work clamp moves to the start position. 3.
  • Page 73: Moving The Pattern In Parallel 1

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Saving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Input the data number and press 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Moving the pattern in parallel 1 The program data is moved in parallel. The example in the left is used for explanation of moving the pattern in parallel when the first stitch is the sewing start position.
  • Page 74 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. Select with and press 4. Input the data number and press 5. Press Moving 1. Select with and press 2. Select with and press 3. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point A of the pattern.
  • Page 75: Moving The Pattern In Parallel 2

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Ending program 1. Press Moving the pattern in parallel 2 The program data is moved in parallel. The example in the left is used for explanation of moving the pattern in parallel when the first stitch is the escape point.
  • Page 76 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 2. Press and press The work clamp moves to point A. 3. Press 4. Select with and press 5. Select with and press 6. Move the work clamp with so that the needle point is at point B of the pattern. Record the coordinates (values of X and Y).
  • Page 77 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 15. Turn the pulley with a hand and move the needle to the top point. 16. Press three times. 17. Select with and press 18. Select with and press 19. Move the work clamp with .
  • Page 78: Deleting A Part Of The Program During Programming

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Deleting a part of the program during programming A program can be modified during programming. The example in the left is used for explanation of deleting 2 stitches at 8 and creating a new program. 1.
  • Page 79: Moving A Part Of Continuous Program In Parallel

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Moving a part of continuous program in parallel A part of continuous program is moved in parallel. The example in the left is used for explanation of Feed moving patterns B an C in parallel. Pattern A Pattern B Pattern C...
  • Page 80: Moving In Parallel

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 3. When the needle point reaches 1, press The work clamp stops. If the work clamp passes, input a few stitches and press . The needle returns for a few stitches of the input. 4.
  • Page 81: Canceling Thread Breakage At The Last Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Ending program 1. Press Canceling thread breakage at the last stitch Addition of feed after the last point can cancel thread breakage at the last stitch. Stitch length When "115" is input for the end code, the thread breakage does not occur. In this case, every thread breakage including emergency stop is canceled.
  • Page 82 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 6. Select with and press 7. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at given point 8. Press Inputting the end code 1. Select with and press 2. Select the end code type with press "111"...
  • Page 83 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function 4. Press Ending program 1. Press Programmer...
  • Page 84: Programming

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Programming Creating a line Select and press Input the stitch length and press Stitch length Move the needle with and press Remaining plot count Distance from the previous point in the direction of X or Y axis Creating a curve Increase the number of plotting points to create a smoother curve.
  • Page 85: Creating A Circle

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Move the needle with and press Stitch length Remaining plot count Distance from the previous point in the direction of X or Y axis Press twice at the sewing end position. Check that both values are 0.00 mm.
  • Page 86 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function is selected Input the stitch length and the overlap stitch count, then press Values of 0 - 9 are available for input. Stitch length Stitch count for overlap sewing Presss for selection. Move the needle with to select the second point, then press Remaining plot count Distance from the previous point in...
  • Page 87: Creating An Arc

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function are selected Input the stitch length and the overlap stitch count, then press Values of 0 - 9 are available for input. Stitch length Stitch count for overlap sewing Press for selection. Move the needle with and press Remaining plot count Distance from the previous point in the...
  • Page 88: Creating A Semicircle

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Select the third point and press Creating a semicircle The following two options are available for creating a semicircle. Creating a semicircle of the specified diameter in the clockwise direction Creating a semicircle of the specified diameter in the counterclockwise direction Select and press Select the method of creating a semicircle, then press...
  • Page 89: Creating A Zigzag Circle

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Creating a zigzag circle The following five options are available for creating a zigzag circle. Creating a zigzag circle by specifying 3 points on the circumference Creating a zigzag circle of the specified diameter in the clockwise direction Creating a zigzag circle of the specified diameter in the counterclockwise direction Creating a zigzag circle of the specified radius in the clockwise direction Creating a zigzag circle of the specified radius in the counterclockwise direction...
  • Page 90: Creating A Zigzag Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Select the third point and press are selected Input the zigzag stitch width, stitch length and the overlap stitch count, then press Values of 0 - 9 are available for input. Zigzag width Zigzag pitch Stitch count for overlap sewing Press for selection.
  • Page 91 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Select the type of zigzag stitch and press Input the stitch width and stitch length, then press Zigzag width Zigzag pitch Press for selection. Move the neelde with , then press Remaining plot count Distance from the previous point in the direction of X or Y axis Press...
  • Page 92: Ending Programming

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Ending programming When programming is completed, input an end code. The following six end codes are available. Normal end Fixing the sewing speed at 1000 spm or lower No carrying out thread removal Setting the sewing speed at 1000 spm or lower without thread removal Carrying out no thread breakage Fixing the sewing speed at 1500 spm or lower Select...
  • Page 93: Creating Needle Drop Data

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Creating needle drop data Create needle drop data for the current needle position. Select and press Move the needle with , then press Remaining plot count Distance from the previous point in the direction of X or Y axis Creating feed data Create ( feed ) data to move the needle to the next position without needle drop at the current position.
  • Page 94: Creating Basting Data

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Creating basting data Create basting data. Select and press Move the needle with , then press Remaining plot count Distance from the previous point in the direction of X or Y axis Creating split data Specify breakpoints for sewing a series of different patterns.
  • Page 95: Creating Magnified Data

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Creating magnified data Input small patterns in magnified sizes. Three magnification scales of x2, x5 and x10 are available. Prepare pattern sheets suitable for the magnified patterns. Press to contract the magnified data. Select and press Select magnification and press Move the needle with...
  • Page 96: Carrying Out Double Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Carrying out double stitch The following six options are available for double stitch. Creating double stitch data in the reverse direction to the left side of the sewing path Creating double stitch data in the reverse direction to the right side of the sewing path Creating double stitch data in the same direction to the left side of the sewing path Creating double stitch data in the same direction to the right side of the sewing path Offsetting double stitch data to the left side of the sewing path...
  • Page 97 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Press at the sewing end position. An alarm souds after is pressed twice. After the alarm, press again. Then an alarm sounds and the double stitch pattern is calculated. When the alarm stops, the needle moves in the order of A D.
  • Page 98: Displaying The Data Image During Programming

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Displaying the data image during programming A data image is displayed during programming. Select and press The pattern image is displayed. Press to return to the mainmenu. Displays the stitch count. Press to display the overall sewing area. Displays the horizontal length.
  • Page 99: Checking The Program Setting And Setting Attribute

    Chpater 2 Programming with Help Function Checking the program setting and setting attribute Refer to "Checking the program setting and setting attribute" (page 107). Editing the current data The following options are available as editing functions. Moving data of the needle positions after the current position in parallel by feeding Moving data of the needle positions after the current position in parallel by sewing with the specified pitch Moving data of the needle positions after the current position in parallel...
  • Page 100 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function is selected Adjust the destination with , then press is selected Input the stitch length, then press Adjust the destination with , then press Stitch length Distance from the previous point in the direction of X or Y axis is selected Adjust the destination with , then press...
  • Page 101 Chpater 2 Programming with Help Function is selected Data chunks separated with feed data are copied. If the number of ignored boundary feeds is 0: Data unit C is copied. If the number of ignored boundary feeds is 1: Data units B and C are copied. If the number of ignored boundary feeds is 2: Data units A, B and C are copied.
  • Page 102: Deleting A Part Of Data

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Deleting a part of data Adjust the needle position before deletion. Select and press Input the stitch count to delete. Press to delete data following the current needle position for the input count. Press to delete data prior to the current needle position.
  • Page 103: Setting Low-speed Sewing

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Setting low-speed sewing Carries out setting for low-speed sewing. The following five options are available for low-speed sewing. 0 (Low-speed 0) Sewing speed is not reduced. (Used for canceling other options.) 1 (Low-speed 1) The maximum sewing speed is set at 1200 spm or lower.
  • Page 104: Inputting The Trigger

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Inputting the trigger Input the trigger for the extended option output. Adjust the needle position before inputting the trigger and setting attribute. Refer to "Checking the program setting and setting attribute" (page 107). Select and press Input the option output number.
  • Page 105: Creating A Multiple Stitch

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Creating a multiple stitch Select and press Input the stitch length and the number of lines for a multiple stitch. Press Move the needle point with and press When the embroidering direction should be changed, provide a split by pressing twice.
  • Page 106 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Modifying the program of a multiple stitch When modifying the stitch length or the number of lines for a multiple stitch, the previously created curve program can be used. The previously created programs are required for modifying programs of multiple stitch. Programs of multiple stitch written to floppy disks cannot be modified.
  • Page 107: Displaying A Pattern Image

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Displaying a pattern image A data image is displayed during programming or editing. Select and press The pattern image is displayed. Press to return to Main menu. Displays the stich count. Press to display the overall sewing area. Displays the lateral length.
  • Page 108: Checking The Program Setting And Setting Attribute

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Checking the program setting and setting attribute Checking the program setting and setting attribute The following items are displayed. End code Current needle position/Total stitch count Distance from the previous position in the X and Y axial directions Stitch data type and availability of the option output, Displayed at points where stitch is set.
  • Page 109: Checking Each Stitch

    Chapte 2 Programming with Help Function Checking each stitch Press to move forward, to backward. The needle steps by each stitch and the setting of the data is displayed. Checking a series of stitches automatically Input the stitch count to check. Press to move forward, to backward.
  • Page 110 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Set the attribute. Option output to mark with O. Press Slow conversion Press for type selection. Press for selection. Press after setting. The screen returns to the confirmation screen. Setting the attribute (feed data) Move to the desired needle position and press The attribute setting screen appears.
  • Page 111 Chapte 2 Programming with Help Function Setting the attribute (split data) Move to the desired needle position and press The attribute setting screen appears. Set the attribute. Stoppage of the needle at the lower end Press to select ON/OFF. Press after setting.
  • Page 112: Editing Program

    Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function Editing program Edit the retrieved or created data. The following options are available as editing functions. Moving a pattern in parallel. (Changes the sewing start position.) Moving a pattern symmetrically to the Y axis Moving a pattern symmetrically to the X axis Moving a pattern symmetrically to a point Resizing a pattern...
  • Page 113 Chapte 2 Programming with Help Function is selected Press The pattern is moved symmetrically to the sewing start position. is selected Input resizing scale in the X and Y directions. Switch between X and Y directions with Resizing scale between 0 and 400% are available. Input the stitch length.
  • Page 114 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function is selected Data chunks separated with feed data are resized and copied. If the number of feed boundaries to be ignored is 0: Only A is copied. A' becomes a split program. If the number of feed boundaries to be ignored is 1: A and B are copied.
  • Page 115 Chapte 2 Programming with Help Function Input the number of the feed boundaries to be ignored and press Inputting 99 ignores all boundaries. to change the reference position for resizing. If no reference position is specified, the home position is used as the reference. Resizing scale in the X axis direction Resizing scale in the Y axis direction Stitch length...
  • Page 116 Chapter 2 Programming with Help Function is selected Input the angle of rotation and number of feed boundaries to be ignored, then press Inputting 99 ignores all boundaries. Refer to "If is selected" (page 113.) Adjust the reference position with and press Angle The number of feed boundaries to be ignored...
  • Page 117: Deleting Data

    Chapte 2 Programming with Help Function Deleting data Delete the current program data. Press and return to Main menu. Select and press Check the screen and press Press to cancel this command. Programmer...
  • Page 118: Chapter 3 Programming With Command Function

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function...
  • Page 119: Please Read Before Programming

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Please read before programming Pressing a designated combination of keys will issue a command to the programmer. These key combina- tions are called 'command'. This chapter describes the method of programming with command. Panel description and usage BAS-Programmer Press this key to start or end a program.
  • Page 120: Display Screen

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Display screen Press and the following screen appears. If the screen is not displayed, press Displays distance from the home position. Displays the command status. Displays distance from the previous needle position. Displays the current needle position/total stitch count.
  • Page 121 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Editing Move to the home position or the needle position for editing. Input command for editing. (Refer to page 180.) Checking and setting Move to the needle position for editing. Input command and carry out setting. Programmer...
  • Page 122: Description Of Commands

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Description of commands Moving needle point Proceeding by stitches Returning by stitches Proceeding to the end point Returning to the first point Proceeding by skipping stitches Returning by skipping stitches Skipping to the end point (not applicable at the home position) Skipping to the first point Returning the position to the home position.
  • Page 123: Creating Program

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating program Creating a line. Input the stitch length in Creating a circle by specifying 3 points. Input the overlap stitch counts in Creating a circle in the clockwise direction. Input the overlap stitch counts in Creating a circle in the counterclockwise direction.
  • Page 124: Editing Data

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Ending input for a curve Carrying out zigzag stitch symmetrically to the sewing path Carrying out double stitch on the left side to the sewing path Carrying out parallel stitch on the left side to the sewing path Carrying out offset on the left side to the sewing path Specify split points (for sewing different patterns separately in a sequence) after feed...
  • Page 125: Other Operations

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Stopping the needle at the upper end (only when the needle position is at split) Stopping the needle at the lower end (only when the needle position is at split) The maximum sewing speed becomes 400 spm or lower. The maximum sewing speed becomes 1200 spm or lower.
  • Page 126: Programming Example

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Programming example Frequently used programming method is explained here. Refer to "Programming" (page 161) for function and operation of each icon. Programming for each stitch Program each stitch according to the pattern. The example in the left is used for explanation. Programming 1.
  • Page 127: Resizing Input

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Ending program 1. Press Resizing input Resizing input is used to program a detailed pattern stitch by stitch. The example in the left is used for explanation of programming the pattern to the magnification of 5. Programming 1.
  • Page 128: Lines

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Ending program 1. Press Lines The pattern with lines is programmed. The example in the left is used for explanation of programming. Programming 1. Press The work clamp moves to the home position and the programmer screen is displayed.
  • Page 129: Curve

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk. Ending program 1. Press Curve A pattern with curves is programmed. Be sure to press for a split at corner points C or E.
  • Page 130 Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function 3. Input the stitch length and press 3.0 mm is input in the example. Input 030 to make the stitch length to 3.0 mm. 4. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point B of the pattern.
  • Page 131: Double Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Ending program 1. Press Double stitch A double stitch is programmed to make two lines with a constant width. The example in the left is used for explanation of a double stitch to the left of sewing direction. Sewing width When the line changes from straight to curve or curve to straight as in points B or E, be sure to press...
  • Page 132: Feed

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Inputting the end code 1. Press at the last stitch and press The needle moves to points G and H. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk.
  • Page 133 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function 3. Program pattern 1. 4. Input point B and press 5. Move the work clamp with . Press Pattern 1 when the needle point is at point C of the pattern. 6. Program pattern 2. Pattern 2 Inputting the end code 1.
  • Page 134: Basting

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Basting Basting is programmed. The example in the left is used for explanation of basting programming from point C to point F. Programming 1. Press The work clamp moves to the home position and the programmer screen is displayed.
  • Page 135: Symmetrical Pattern

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Inputting the end code 1. Press at the last stitch and press The work clamp returns to the start position. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk.
  • Page 136 Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Programming 1. Press The work clamp moves to the home position and the programmer screen is displayed. 2. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point A of the pattern.
  • Page 137: Splitting

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Splitting Different patterns, splitting each pattern in sequence, are programmed. The example in the left is used for explanation of 3 patterns in sequence. Pattern 1 Pattern 2 Programming 1. Press The work clamp moves to the home position and the programmer screen is displayed.
  • Page 138: Zigzag Stitch

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Ending program 1. Press Zigzag stitch Zigzag stitch is programmed. The example in the left Zigzag width is used for explanation of even width of zigzag stitch on the sewing path. Stitch length Zigzag with curves may be programmed. Programming 1.
  • Page 139: Multiple Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Inputting the end code 1. Press The work clamp returns to the start position. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk. Ending program 1.
  • Page 140 Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function 2. Connect each direction change point on the inside line with the matched direction change point on the outside line using a line. 3. Provide one point (or more points) between the above two direction change points, and connect them using a line.
  • Page 141: The Pattern

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function 4. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point w of the pattern. 5. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at point e of the pattern. Be sure to press for a split at a corner like point e.
  • Page 142 Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Inputting the end code 1. Press The work clamp returns to the start position. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk. Ending program 1.
  • Page 143: Example Of Modified Program

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Example of modified program This section describes the modification method of the program using examples. Refer to "Programming" (page 161) . Resizing pattern The programmed pattern is resized. The example in the left is used for explanation. The center point (reference point) of resizing can be changed.
  • Page 144 Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Resizing 1. Move the needle to the reference point of resizing with The pattern is resized to the home position if the needle is not moved. 2. Press and press Input the resizing command. 3.
  • Page 145: Changing Partially

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Changing partially A part of the programmed pattern is changed. The example in the left is used for explanation of creating 5', 6' and 7'. Calling data 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch to read the data.
  • Page 146: Deleting The First Stitch

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Deleting unnecessary points 1. Press 2. Input the number of stitches to be deleted and press The example is deleting 3 stitches ahead. Press 3. The needle point moves to 6, 7 and 8. Points 5, 6 and 7 are deleted.
  • Page 147 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Moving to position 1. 1. Press and press The work clamp moves to the start position. Deleting 1 1. Press 2. Input the number of stitches to be deleted and press The example is deleting 1 stitch ahead. Press 3.
  • Page 148: Changing The First Stitch Position

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Changing the first stitch position The position of the sewing start position is changed. The example in the left is used for explanation of moving the sewing start position from 1 to 1'. Calling data 1.
  • Page 149: Adding Embroidery Point Before The First Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function 4. The needle point moves to 1'. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk. Ending program 1. Press Adding sewing point before the first stitch A point is added before the current sewing point to change the sewing start position.
  • Page 150 Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Programming a new point. 1. Press 2. Move the work clamp with so that the needle point is at 1' of the pattern. Record the coordinates (values of 3. Press 1' is programmed. 4. Move the work clamp with to the opposite position of coordinates recorded in step 2 and press...
  • Page 151: Adding Escape Point Before The First Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Adding escape point before the first stitch An escape point is added before the sewing start position. The example in the left is used for explanation of setting escape point A. The escape point is a provisional point provided for prevention of the work clamp interference with the needle or the bar leg when the work clamp is lifted at the start point.
  • Page 152 Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Deleting 1 1. Press and press The needle point moves to the first stitch, point A and the first stitch. 2. Press 3. Input the number of stitches to be deleted and press The example is deleting 1 stitch. Press 4.
  • Page 153: Moving The Escape Point

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Moving the escape point The position of the escape point is moved. The example in the left is used for explanation of moving the escape point from A to B. Calling data 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch to read the data.
  • Page 154: Deleting The Escape Point

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function 4. The needle point moves to B. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk. Ending program 1. Press Deleting the escape point The escape point is deleted.
  • Page 155: Moving The Pattern In Parallel 1

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Deleting A 1. Press 2. Input the number of stitches to be deleted and press The example is deleting 1 stitch. Press 3. The needle point moves to 1. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk.
  • Page 156: Moving The Pattern In Parallel 2

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Moving in parallel 1. Move the work clamp with . Press when the needle point is at A of the pattern. Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk.
  • Page 157 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function 2. Move the work clamp with so that the needle point is at B of the pattern. Record the coordinates (values of If the moving distance is long, press before movement. 3. Press The work clamp moves to the home position. 4.
  • Page 158: Deleting A Part Of The Program During Programming

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Deleting a part of the program during programming A program can be modified during programming. The example in the left is used for explanation of deleting 2 stitches at 8 and creating a new program. 1.
  • Page 159 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Moving to position 1 1. Press and press The work clamp moves from the start point by each stitch. 2. Press when the needle is at 1. The work clamp stops. If the work clamp passes, input a few stitches and press .
  • Page 160: Canceling Thread Breakage At The Last Stitch

    Chaprter 3 Programming with Command Function Canceling thread breakage at the last stitch Addition of feed after the last point can cancel thread breakage at the last stitch. Stitch length When "115" is input for the end code, the thread breakage does not occur. In this case, every thread breakage including emergency stop is canceled.
  • Page 161 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Saving 1. Specify the program number on the operation panel and press the read/write switch for writing into the floppy disk. Ending program 1. Press Programmer...
  • Page 162: Programming

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Programming Creating a line Command to be used Input the stitch length in LI LI Example Pitch Input 0.5 mm 12.0 mm Select the sewing start position with and press Input the stitch length in 3 digits and press LI LI Move the needle with and press...
  • Page 163: Creating A Curve

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a curve Command to be used Input the stitch length in Example Pitch Input 0.5mm 12.0mm This command represents completing creation of a curve. Increase the number of plotting points to create a smoother curve. One to 99 points are available for plotting.
  • Page 164: Creating A Circle (zigzag Circle) By Specifying 3 Points

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a circle (zigzag circle) by specifying 3 points Command to be used Input the overlap stitch counts in Values 0 - 9 are available for input. Input this command to create a zigzag circle. Input the zigzag width in The zigzag width can be specified from 1.0 - 25.5 mm.
  • Page 165 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a zigzag circle (go to 6 when not creating a zigzag circle) Input (width). Input the zigzag stitch length in 3 digits and press Move the needle with to select the second point and press Move the needle with to select the third point and press Programmer...
  • Page 166: Creating A Circle (zigzag Circle) By Specifying The Diameter

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a circle (zigzag circle) by specifying the diameter Command to be used Creating a circle clockwise. Input the overlap stitch counts in Values 0 - 9 are available for input. Creating a circle counterclockwise. Input the overlap stitch LI LI counts in .
  • Page 167: Creating A Circle (zigzag Circle) By Specifying The Radius

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a zigzag circle (go to 6 when not creating a zigzag circle) Input (width). Input the zigzag stitch length in 3 digits and press Move the needle with to select the second point and press Creating a circle (zigzag circle) by specifying the radius Command to be used Creating a circle clockwise.
  • Page 168 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Input LI LI Input the stitch length in 3 digits and press LI LI Creating a zigzag circle (go to 6 when not creating a zigzag circle) Input (width). Input the zigzag stitch length in 3 digits and press Move the needle with to select the second point and press Programmer...
  • Page 169: Creating An Arc

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating an arc Command to be used Creating an arc passing 3 points. LI LI Select the sewing start position with and press Input Input the stitch length in 3 digits and press LI LI Move the needle with to select the second point, then press Move the needle with...
  • Page 170: Creating A Semicircle

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a semicircle Command to be used Creating a semicircle clockwise. LI LI Creating a semicircle counterclockwise. LI LI Select the start point with and press Input LI LI LI LI Input the stitch length in 3 digits and press LI LI Move the needle with to select the second point, then press...
  • Page 171: Creating A Zigzag Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a zigzag stitch Command to be used Input this command to create a zigzag stitch. Input the width of zigzag in . "Creating a circle (zigzag circle) by specifying 3 points" (Refer to page 163.) Input this command to create a zigzag stitch.
  • Page 172 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating a multiple stitch Commands to be used Input the start point for a multiple stitch. Input the number of lines for a multiple stitch ranging from 2 to 99 in Ex.) The number of lines for a multiple stitch Input value 5 lines Input the stitch length in...
  • Page 173: Creating A Multiple Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Modifying the program of a multiple stitch When modifying the stitch length or the number of lines for a multiple stitch, the previously created curve program can be used. The previously created programs are required for modifying programs of multiple stitch. Programs of multiple stitch written to floppy disks cannot be modified.
  • Page 174: Creating Double Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Creating double stitch Command to be used Creating double stitch in the reverse direction to the sewing path. Input the width of double stitch in Values 1.0 - 9.9 mm are available for the width. Example Width Input...
  • Page 175: Parallel Stitch

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Repeat steps 3 and 4 and move the needle to the end point. Input When the alarm sound is complete, the needle point moves to the end position. Parallel stitch Command to be used Creating parallel stitch in the same direction to the sewing path.
  • Page 176: Offset

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Move the needle to the corner point and input Repeat steps 3 and 4 and move the needle to the end point. Input When the alarm sound is complete, the needle point moves to the end position. Offset Command to be used Creating offset.
  • Page 177: Creating Feed Data

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Move the needle with to select the second point, then press Move the needle to the corner point and input Repeat steps 3 and 4 and move the needle to the end point. Input When the alarm sound is complete, the needle point moves to the end position.
  • Page 178: Creating Split Data

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Input command depending on the feed. Press if not specified. Creating split data Command to be used Stopping the needle at the upper end for the split. Stopping the needle at the lower end for the split. Input command depending on the split.
  • Page 179: Low-speed Sewing

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Create a pattern data. Move the needle with , then press for setting. Input the end code. Low-speed sewing Carry out setting for low-speed sewing. Command to be used The maximum sewing speed becomes 400 spm or lower. The maximum sewing speed becomes 1200 spm or lower.
  • Page 180: Setting The Option Output

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Setting the option output This is set to flip/flop the option output. Command to be used Flipping/flopping option output 1 Flipping/flopping option output 2 Flipping/flopping option output 3 Canceling option output setting Move the needle to the desired position. Input the command for option output.
  • Page 181: Editing Data

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Editing data Moving symmetrically to the Y axis Command to be used Moving symmetrically to the Y axis passing the start point of sewing This function is available only when the needle is at the home position. Make sure that the needle is at the home position.
  • Page 182: Moving Symmetrically To A Point

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Press Moving symmetrically to a point Command to be used Moving symmetrically to the sewing start position This function is available only when the needle is at the home position. Make sure that the needle is at the home position. Press if the needle is not at the home position.
  • Page 183: Rotating A Pattern Clockwise (counterclockwise)

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Rotating a pattern clockwise (counterclockwise) Command to be used Rotating clockwise Rotating counterclockwise This function is available only when the needle is at the home position. Values of 1 - 359 degrees are available for input. Make sure that the needle is at the home position.
  • Page 184: Copying A Pattern Rotated Clockwise (counterclockwise)

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Copying a pattern rotated clockwise (counterclockwise) Command to be used Copying a pattern rotated clockwise Copying a pattern rotated counterclockwise This function is available only when the needle is at the home position. Values of 1 - 359 degrees are available for input. The copied data is linked to the original data with a split data.
  • Page 185: Resizing

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Resizing Command to be used Resizing a pattern in the X and Y directions Used to input magnification in the X direction. Used to input magnification in the Y direction. This function is available only when the needle is at the home position. Make sure that the needle is at the home position.
  • Page 186: Copying A Pattern Resized

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Input the stitch length in 3 digits and press If the value is "000", the stitch count remains unchanged. The stitch length increases or decreases. Copying a pattern resized Command to be used Copying a pattern resized in the X and Y directions Used to input magnification in the X direction.
  • Page 187: Repeated Copying

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Input the magnification in 3 digits in the Y direction and press Magnification values of 0 - 400 are available for input. Input the stitch length in 3 digits and press If the value is "000", the stitch count remains unchanged. The stitch length increases or decreases. Repeated copying Command to be used Copying data from the sewing start position or the feed point...
  • Page 188: Copying Symmetrically To A Point

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Copying symmetrically to a point Command to be used Copying data symmetrically to the current needle position from the start point or the feed point (excluding the number of feed boundaries to be ignored) to the current needle position Move the needle to the desired position.
  • Page 189: Copying To The Y Axis

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Copying to the Y axis Command to be used Copying data to the Y axis passing the current needle position from the start point or the feed point (excluding the number of feed boundaries to be ignored) to the current needle position Move the needle to the desired position.
  • Page 190: Moving In Parallel

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Moving in parallel Command to be used Changing the movement data for the current needle position. Moving data in parallel after the current needle position (using needle drop data to the moved position) Move the needle to the desired position. Input LI LI Determine the destination point with...
  • Page 191: Displaying Image

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Displaying image A data image is displayed during programming or editing. Press Pattern image is displayed. Press to return to the main menu. Stitch count Press to display the overall sewing area. The data width is displayed in mm. The data height is displayed in mm.
  • Page 192: Deleting A Data

    Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Deleting data Deletes the data during creating and displaying. Deleting a part of data Command to be used Deletes data after stitches. If this command is used at the sewing start position, the sewing start position is deleted and the current needle position becomes the sewing start position.
  • Page 193 Chapter 3 Programming with Command Function Programmer...
  • Page 194: Extended Option Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output...
  • Page 195: Function Of Extended Option Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Function of extended option output Required controls for pressing motion and automatic stacking of sewing can be implemented according to various functions of the machine. When 3 conditions, i.e. output conditions, enabling conditions and disabling conditions are achieved, the extended option output functions.
  • Page 196: Items Which Can Be Set In The Extended Option Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Items which can be set in the extended option output The following items can be set in the submenu of the extended option output. Sets the details of the extended option output. (Refer to page 196.) Sets the details of enabling conditions.
  • Page 197: Setting The Extended Option Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Setting the extended option output Items to be set are as follows: Extended option output number Specify a number out of 1 - 16. Refer to "Table of extended option output" (Refer to page 205 .) Operation setting Select one out of ON, OFF, FLIP and FLOP with Output condition...
  • Page 198: Setting Enabling Conditions

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Setting enabling conditions If setting is not made, the status is always enable. To carry out setting as per the extended option output conditions, do not set enabling conditions. Items to be set are as follows: Extended option output number Specify a number out of 1 - 16.
  • Page 199: Reading The Extended Option Output Data

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Reading the extended option output data Reads the extended option output data from a floppy disk. Select and press Make sure that the floppy disk is set and press Data is read and the submenu appears. Select and press Input the number of extended option output.
  • Page 200: Writing The Extended Option Output Data

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Writing the extended option output data Writes the extended option output data memorized in the programmer into a floppy disk. The data is also registered into the machine. Be sure to use a formatted 2HD floppy disk. "Formatting a floppy disk"...
  • Page 201: Deleting The Extended Option Output Data

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Deleting the extended option output data Deletes the extended option output data. Select and press Press The submenu appears. Programmer...
  • Page 202: Table Of Condition Number

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Table of condition number Select and input the number for output conditions, enabling conditions and disabling conditions from the following: Machine operation mode Condition No. Operation meeting the condition After a feed is complete at the home position After a feed is complete at the sewing start position (at escape point, if applicable) Before sewing or a test feed is started from the sewing start position (or the start position)
  • Page 203: Standard Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Standard output Condition No. Operation meeting the condition After the work clamp is up (after the right work clamp is up for the air type) After the work clamp is down After the left work clamp is up (only for the air type) After the left work clamp is down (only for the air type) After the intermittent work clamp is up After the intermittent work clamp is down...
  • Page 204: Extended Option Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output When extended option input 11 is ON When extended option input 11 is OFF When extended option input 12 is ON When extended option input 12 is OFF When extended option input 13 is ON When extended option input 13 is OFF Extended option output Condition No.
  • Page 205: Table Of Extended Option Input

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output When extended option output 13 is OFF When extended option output 14 is ON When extended option output 14 is OFF When extended option output 15 is ON When extended option output 15 is OFF When extended option output 16 is ON When extended option output 16 is OFF Table of extended option input...
  • Page 206: Table Of Extended Option Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Table of extended option output Common output (condition) *1 Connector *2 Extended option output No. Part name Condition Connector No. Pin No. 2 stage tension Memory SW-0b ON Air wiper Memory SW-09 ON Pattern engraving drill Memory SW-10 ON P4(AIR) Auto eject...
  • Page 207: Example Of Extended Option Output

    Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Example of extended option output To program the extended option output, prepare the timing chart. Then set the output condition, enable/disable conditions based on the chart. The example shows how program setting values are determined from the timing chart. No explanation is given for the operation of the machine.
  • Page 208 Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Example 2 of extended option output Sequence 2 for stacker This is a sequence example for removing and stacking the material as soon as the work clamp is lifted after sewing. Option output 3 UP/DW Up/Down for removing material Option output 4 MOVE Movement for removing material Option output 5...
  • Page 209 Chapter 4 Extended Option Output Example 3 of extended option output Signal for peripheral equipment When the machine is connected to an external programmable controller, this is a sequence example for issuing timing signals. Option output 4 READY Signal ready for sewing Option output 5 END Signal of sewing completion Option output 6...
  • Page 210: Reading/writing Data

    Chapter 5 Reading / Writing Data...
  • Page 211: Reading Data

    Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Reading data Reads data from a floppy disk. When there is no data for creation, data can be read by pressing by pressing the R/W button on the operation panel. This operation cannot be available in command mode. Data created in BAS-300 and BAS-300A series can also be read.
  • Page 212 Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Checking the image display (go to 7 when not checking) Press and select OFF is highlighted if selected. Press to turn on. Press to turn off again. Press An image is displayed. Press to return to the submenu. Displays the stitch count.
  • Page 213: Reading Additional Data

    Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Reading additional data This is used to read other data continuously after reading a data. Additionally read data is added to the editing data as a split data. This operation cannot be available in command mode. Data created in BAS-300 and BAS-300A series can also be read.
  • Page 214 Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Press An image is displayed. Press to return to the submenu. Displays the stitch count. Press to display the overall sewing data. Displays the lateral length. Displays the longitudinal length Press to display the overall view of the data. Press to read the data.
  • Page 215: Writing Data To A Floppy Disk

    Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Writing data to a floppy disk Writes data from the programmer to a floppy disk. If there is data for creation, data can be written by pressing by pressing the Read/Write button on the operation panel. Be sure to use a formatted 2HD floppy disk.
  • Page 216 Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Checking the image display (go to 7 when not checking) Press and select OFF is highlighted if selected. Press to turn on. Press to turn off again. Press An image is displayed. This is the image from data saved in a floppy disk, not the image currently in editing.
  • Page 217: Deleting Data In A Floppy Disk

    Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Deleting data in a floppy disk Deletes data saved in a floppy disk. This operation cannot be available in command mode. Select and press Select and press Input the number of program to be deleted with a numeric key. If there is data, appears.
  • Page 218 Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Press An image is displayed. This is the image from data saved in a floppy disk, not the image currently in editing. Press to return to the submenu. Displays the stitch count. Press to display the overall sewing area. Displays the lateral length.
  • Page 219: Formatting A Floppy Disk

    Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Formatting a floppy disk Formats a floppy disk for the programmer. This operation cannot be available in command mode. Select and press Select and press Press for formatting and press for not formatting. Programmer...
  • Page 220: Reading Other Types Of Data

    Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Reading other types of data Reads data created in other machines. The following 3 data can be read. This operation cannot be available in command mode. Select and press Make sure that is selected, and press Select the data type for reading by pressing and press to put a check...
  • Page 221 Chapter 5 Reading/Writing Data Checking the image display (go to 7 when not checking) Press to select OFF is highlighted if selected. Press to turn on. Press to turn off again. Press to select the data to display. Press If the image is displayed, press again to read data.
  • Page 222: Chapter 6 Preference

    Chapter 6 Preference...
  • Page 223: Setting Preference

    Chapter 6 Preference Setting preference Sets the operational preference of the programmer. Items to be set are as follows: Smoothing equal division When a smoothing function is used, data is created for equal division within the specified pitch. Area check When data is created or edited, data outside the sewing area is not cre- ated.
  • Page 224 Chapter 6 Preference After setting is complete, press Programmer...
  • Page 225 Chapter 6 Preference Programmer...
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