FAJINlA

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TME-H (TypelI) TME-HC (Typell) TMEF-H (Typell,m) TMEF-HC (Type r.m
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M-H032-E

CONTENTS
1. 2. 3. CAUTIONS ON MACHINE OPERATION FEATURES AND ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS. PART NOMENCLATURE • TME-H (Type-II) • TME-HC (Type-II) • TMEF-H (Type-II, III) ......... .................. ......... 1 2 4 4 5 6 7

• TMEF-HC (Type-I, II) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4. DESCRIPTION OF THE TENSION BASE SWITCH AND THREAD BREAKAGE INDICATOR LAMP DESCRIPTION OF THE MECHANICAL CLUTCH. • ..... ............. . . ..... .. .

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TME-H, Type-II, TME-HC Type II, TMEF-H Type II, TMEF-HC Type I

• TMEF-H Type III, TMEF-HC Type II 6. OPERATION PANEL DISPLAY, AND FUNCTIONS OF THE OPERATION PANEL KEYS BAR SWITCH OPERATIONS (TME-H (II), TMEF-H (II, III)) .......•............. START AND STOP BUTTON OPERATIONS (TME-HC (II), TMEF-HC (I, II)) BASIC EMBROIDERY OPERATION TAPE SETTING PROCEDURE (USING AN 8RE READER) HOW TO USE THE OPERATION PANEL • 1st Row Cursor , " , . ..

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• 2nd Row Cursor • 3rd Row Cursor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. • 4th Row Cursor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. • 5th Row Cursor

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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLLER BOX GENERAL DESCRIPTION OFTHE POWER SUPPLY BOX OUTLINE OF THE DRIVER BOX GENERAL DESCRIPTION OFTHE MAIN SHAFT MOTOR CONTROLLER BOX. DESCRIPTION OF THE DIP SWITCHES DSW1 AND DSW2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. DESCRIPTION OF THE DIP SWITCHES DSW11, DSW21, AND DSW22 SETTING THE STOP START TIMING (MAIN SHAFT ANGLE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. STOP FACTORS AND ACTIONS TO TAKE • TROUBLESHOOTING • TROUBLESHOOTING (1) (2)

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MAINTENANCE AND OTHER PRECAUTIONS

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rotary hooks. etc. pulleys. Do not operate the machine while the covers are removed. while the machine is running. out of the grooves in the machine table. etc. Always use TAJIMA·authorized replacement parts. Never touch moving parts (needles. CAUTIONS ON MACHINE OPERATION (1) Make sure the power switch is OFF before turning the main shaft manually (for example to perform adjustments). shafts.1. etc. Make sure the main power switch is OFF before opening the power supply box or any other electrical box. belts. frame. belts. pulleys. needles. Do not turn the power switch ON while any of these boxes are open. tools. as moving parts will start operating immediately when the bar switch is pushed or the START button is pressed. Do not remove the covers of the shafts.) while the machine is running. (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) -1- .. Keep bobbins. Be particularly careful when starting the machine.

-2- . (5) AUTOMATIC REPEAT OPERATION Up to 81 design repetitions can be set.. achieved through combinations of rotation (in 45° increments) and reflection in the vertical and horizontal axes. the frame can be returned to its former position. (2) MIRROR IMAGE CONVERSION (COORDINATE CHANGE) Any of sixteen design orientations. (6) AUTOMATIC OFFSET The frame can be automatically retumed to an offset point when embroidery finishes to make it easier to perform operations such as changing the frame. (8) ORIGIN RETURN The frame can be returned to the design start point during embroidery operation. (9) FRAME FORWARD The frame can be moved in the stitching direction without stitching.2. during an embroidery operation. and operation resumed. Afterwards. (10) FRAME BACK When the thread breaks or runs out. the frame can be moved back to the origin of the design in the memory operation or up to 350 stitches in the tape operation to allow repair of the design. (7) MANUAL OFFSET The frame can be manually moved toward the operator for easier placement of applique fabrics. by a simple key operation. point does not coincide with the design end point. can be selected in a simple key operation. If the design start. thread trimming. FEATURES AND ELECTRICAL SPECIFICATIONS • Features (1) MULTIPLEX MEMORY The memory can accommodate up to 99 designs. the frame can be either manually or automatically returned to the design start point after completing the design. etc. It is also possible to preset an offset code in the EDIT mode so that the frame will automatically move toward the operator at the appropriate point during embroidery to make it easier to place applique fabrics ("automatic free-setting offsef' function). (4) AUTOMATIC NEEDLE BAR SELECTION A sequence of up to 99 needle bar selections can be set. (3) SCALE UP/DOWN FUNCTION It is possible to reduce or enlarge embroidery designs in the range 50% to 200% in increments of 1%.

1. This feature makes a network system easily introduced. (19) NETWORK CONNECTION System software to allow connection to the NW-II (TAJIMA Two-Way Network System) is provided as a standard feature. Manual ATH operations are also possible at any point in the design.1 kW 10M Ohms or greater (measured with 500V insulation tester) o -3- .(11) INDEPENDENT HEAD OPERATION The head at which a thread has broken can be operated independently while the rest of the heads remain idle. improving the quality of finished products as well as productivity. (12) STOP FACTOR DISPLAY (13) R. regardless of tape contents. (1) Power source (a) Voltage (b) Source capacity and power consumption (c) Insulation resistance (2) Installation environment (a) Ambient temperature (b) Humidity (c) Grounding to 40°C (32 to 104°F) for operation -10 to 60°C (14 to 140°F) for storage 45 to 85% RH. modified. ± 10% of the rated voltage 2.4 KVA. stop. DISPLAY (14) MAIN SHAFT SPEED SETTING It is possible to set the high speed and low speed independently. offset and high/low speeds) can be erased. (16) COMPATIBILITY WITH BOTH TERNARY AND BINARY TAPE CODES (17) EDIT MODE Stitch data and function codes (lump.M. no condensation The earth cable must be properly grounded (grounding resistance equal to or below 100 ohms). (15) REMAINING MEMORY DISPLAY The available memory capacity in terms of number of stitches is displayed. (18) AUTOMATIC THREAD TRIMMING & HOLDING DEVICE (ATH) The ATH device can be operated automatically by commands in the design tape. ATH. • Electrical SpeCifications Any deviation from the requirements will result in malfunction.P. or inserted.

PART NOMENCLATURE • TME-H (Type-II) (10) (9) (8) (7) (6) (S) (4) (3) (2) (1) ~ II . -11 (1) (2) (3) (4) (S) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) Operation panel/controller Color change motor Needle position detector TC joint box Rotary encoder Color change box Tension base switch Thread breakage indicator lamp V-axis pulse motor Individual tension base Thread guide Fluorescent lights Needle bar case (14) Embroidery frame Thread trimming cam box Leg Bar switch Driver box Power switch Power supply box Bar switch box Main shaft motor X-axis pulse motor Connector for an 8RE or other optional equipment X-axis driver system V-axis driver system (is) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21 ) (22) (23) (24) (2S) (26) -4- .3..=-.

(23) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) Operation panel/controller Color change motor Needle position detector Rotary encoder TC joint box Color change box Tension base switch Thread breakage indicator lamp Start switch Stop switch V-axis pulse motor Individual tension base Thread guide Fluorescent lights (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) Needle bar case Thread trimming cam box Leg Cap frame Frame limit switch box Driver box Main shaft motor Power switch Power supply box Cap frame origin sensor X-axis pulse motor Connector for an 8RE or other optional equipment X-axis driver system V-axis driver system -5- .• TME-HC (Type-II) • Cap frame specification (14) (13) (12) (11) (10) (9) (8) (7) (6) (5) (4) (3) (2)(1) (18) (28) (19) (20) (21 )(22).

III) (10) (9) (8) (7) (6) (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) (11) (12) (13)~ (14) (15) (16) (17) (18)(19) (20) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6). (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) Operation panel/controller Color change motor Needle position detector Color change box Tension base switch Thread breakage indicator lamp V-axis pulse motor Individual tension base Needle bar case Thread guide Left-end box Embroidery frame (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) Leg Main shaft motor Bar switch V-axis driver system Driver box Power switch Bar switch box Power supply box Rotary encoder X-axis driver system X-axis pulse motor Connector for an 8RE or other optional equipment Right-end box -6- .• TMEF-H (Type-II.

" ..."Ir. . ..-= Do (21) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11 ) (12) Operation paneVcontrolier Color change motor Needle position detector Color change box Tension base switch Thread breakage indicator lamp Y-axis pulse motor Needle bar case Individual tension base Stop switch Start switch Thread guide (13) (14) (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) (25) (26) (27) (28) (29) Left-end box Leg Main shaft motor Tubular goods frame Frame limit switch box Driver box Power switch Power supply box Rotary encoder Cap frame origin sensor X-axis pulse motor Connector for an 8RE or other optional equipment Right-end box Auto sub table switch box Auto sub table motor Hydraulic pump Hydraulic cylinder -7- . f= .• TMEF-HC (Type-I._= III .:/1= I§J II jg If~.11 ~ \ ... 7' . II) • Tubular goods frame specification (12)(11 )(10) (9)(8) (7) (6) (5) (4) (3)(2) (1) Ii..

• To lock the needle bars at a particular head to prevent it from performing embroidery. After the mending stitches are finished. embroidering will start with all heads from the preset all-head sewing start point. use the frame back function to return the frame to the point at which the thread break occurred and restart the machine to mend the design. leave the toggle switch at the middle position. • Thread breakage indicator lamp • This lamp lights when an upper thread breakage is detected. DESCRIPTION OF THE TENSION BASE SWITCH AND THREAD BREAKAGE INDICATOR LAMP Thread breakage indicator lamp • Tension base switches • During normal operation. flick the toggle switch to the upper position (on release. SUPPLEMENT: To resume operation from a point reached using the frame back function (regardless of whether thread breakage has been detected or not). -8- . Only the head whose thread broke will operate. flick the toggle switch at that head to the lower position .4. If the "selection to stop / not to stop atthe all-head sewing start point" (see page 51) has been made for "ON: Stop". it will be returned to the middle position by a return spring). SUPPLEMENT: This lamp will flash when an under thread breakage is detected by an optional under thread breakage detector (UTC). • When the machine has stopped due to detection of a thread break. the machine will stop at the set point (display: : d: ). Restart the machine to start embroidering.

Needle bar drive is inoperative when the knob is turned 90 degrees in the direction indicated by the arrow. Type-II. TME-HC Type II. TMEF-HC Type II • Operative • Inoperative _ L. TMEF-H Type II.I[-::JJ • • TMEF-H Type III. TMEF-HC Type I • Needle bar drive is operative when the knob's red mark is facing forward.. _____ • Turning to be inoperative • Turning to be operative - -9- . • Red mark Knob ---::E~·. DESCRIPTIONOF THE MECHANICALCLUTCH • TME-H.5. as shown in the figure.

is set at (E) SCALE UP-DOWN The scale of the design is set at this position -.J __ -I (G) (I) STEP NF<rnHRECT NDLOROEA j (E) (H)I ~ I t:j (J) I~I. are displayed speeds.P. (D) Mirror image conversion (coordinate change) The orientation of the design (selected from the 16 indicated options) is set at this position.:BINARY MEMORY (C) :~ : o __ liJ liJ lI. etc. ~~. The design number is designated position. (L) R. in terms of number of stitches. tors. stop fachere. DESIGN No.S~ e:3 ~ "U ~ 11 6<Yl'O SCALE UP-DOWN x ~ ~~I]~ (F) DATA SET % 2~"'-'. at this (I) NEEDLE SELECT The needle bar sequence for automatic color changes is set at this position.6. (N) STITCHES The number of stitches that have been sewn is displayed here. (K) REPT The number of design repetitions this position. speed setting is dis- (F) DATASET Data is set at this position.J LLJ LLJ ~ __LLl_lI. is displayed here. AND FUNCTIONS OF THE OPERATION PANEL KEYS (X) (B)~ 4 ----------I 3 (A) (D) ~ (81) 1 ~ TAJIMA 3 : BINARY DESIGN No.M. -10- .m. (G) REMAINING MEMORY The available memory capacity. is se- (8) (C) TAPE The tape code is set at this position. (H) AUTO/MANUAL Automatic or manual color changing lected at this position. OPERATION PANEL DISPLAY.J I REPTIK) ( @1] [2] [@ G ~ ~ G [] 0U Cl ~ GJ 8 ~ 8 8 EJ rAII.MA (A) Display Command descriptions.p. Reduction and enlargement in 1% increments is possible in the range 50% to 200%. (M) SPEED The high speed/low played here.. can be set and changed at this position. (J) AUTO START The selection of manual or automatic starting after color changes is set at this position. The r.

and to stop the design tape running when writing data into memory. (S5) Step (+1. (S1) Cursor movement keys Used to move the cursor horizontally and vertically. (T) MANUAL . The display at this position indicates whether the machine is stopped at the fixed position or not. (X) Cursor indicator LEOs These LEOs indicate which row the cursor is located at. (Q) (R) OFFSET Offset points are set at this position. (S6) RESET key Used to reset stop factors and rewind the tape.m. (S4) ERASE key Used to erase designs stored in memory.p. (P) POS. -1) keys Used to advance in steps when setting or confirming needle bar selections (the color change sequence).FRAME Manual frame travel is enabled by a setting at this position. (S) MANUAL . (S3) SEL. MANUAL . (U) FORWARD/BACK Frame-forward or frame-back motion is selected at this position. to move the frame manually.(0) STOP FACTOR If the machine stops. the cause is displayed here. (W) Repetition/Editing Repetition and editing settings are set at these positions.ATH Manual ATH operation is set at this position. and to change the r. -11 - .COLOR Manual needle bar selections are set at this position. (S2) Number keys Used to input numerical data. (S7) SET key Used to confirm settings. key Used to make selections between alternative settings. (V) MODE The selection between REPEAT and EDIT is made/at this position.

then release. The machine stops. Running Push to the right and hold. III» The effect of the bar switch operation will vary according to the . 1 Pushing the bar switch to the left again will stop frame back/forward motion. Push to the left. c~~~~I~~ n Stopping The machine starts sewing. (See page 33) The machine stops. 1 Push to left again. The machine starts frame-forward or frameback motion. [ then release.7. ! -12- . • If the bar switch is released after 10 or more stitches have been sewn. The machine starts inching and continues until the bar switch is released. ~~ ~.e~~~~~ ~ Push to the right. • If the bar switch is released before 10 stitches have been sewn the machine will stop immediately (frame back/forward motion is in 1-stitch units). machine condition (stopping or running) as given below. TMEF-H (II. then release. Push to the left and hold. frame back/forward motion will continue. The frame moves backward or forward one stitch. BAR SWITCH OPERATIONS (TME-H (II).

-- -.8. • If the STOP button is released before 10 stitches have been sewn the machine will stop immediately (frame back!forward motion is in 1-stitch units). frame back! forward motion will continue. • If the STOP button is released after 10 or more stitches have been sewn.. Push and release the STOP button.. . Running Push and release the START button. STOP button ~ START button ~ Machine Condition Switch Operation Stopping The machine starts sewing. START AND STOP BUTTON OPERATIONS {TME-HC (II).. o (j) (j) Push and hold the START button.. II» The effect of the START and STOP button operations will vary according to the machine condition (stopping or running) as given below.. ---- -_ -----_ . ------ _ . TMEF-HC (I.... -13- . The machine starts frame-forward or frameback motion.. (See page 33) The machine stops.... o The machine starts inching and continues until the START button is released... The frame moves backward or forward one stitch. Push the STOP button. The machine stops. - Push the STOP button again to stop the frame back/forward motion...

Set the number of design repetitions. 5 page 33. Release the bar switch to start normal operation.p. I • See page I • See 22. data is NOT automatically set on completion of a design. page 26 . TAPE SETTING C 0) C 1 MANUAL OPERATION) C 2 AUTOMATIC OPERATION ) Select MANUAL at the AUTO! MANUAL position. NOTE: Automatic data setting on completion of a design When tape code 1 or 3 is used with the BRE or the TFD. 21 stitches are read in advance from the current position. I • See 4 page 32. 1) Stop the machine and make sure the fixed position lamp comes ON. I • See 3 page 26. 5 I • See I • See 6 page 25. 3) Turn OFF the power supply of your facility. damaging the design. I • See Set the mirror image (coordinate change) conversion. Release the bar switch to start normal operation. the b) Pressing the SET key during memory operation will reset the stitch data that is being embroidered. 7 Move the bar switch to the right (or press the start button) to start inching. • Moving the bar switch to the left (or pressing the stop button) stops the machine. page 22. I • See J 4 page 24. page 22. NOTE: The SET key Do not press the SET key after the machine has been started in tape or memory operation. Then the first 21 stitches from the design start point will be read and operation continued. Manually move the frame to the design start point. • See page 16. Set the r. I • See page 33 .m. Move the bar switch to the right (or press the start button) to start inching. 3 Select the needle bar sequence. Set the needle bar selections. whether embroidery is finished or not: design will be stitched with some section(s) missing: a) Every time this key is pressed during tape operation. • See page 16. resulting in the loss of 21 stitches. I • See Select AUTO at the AUTO! MANUAL position.9.m. 2 Set the r.p. CAUTION: Turning OFF the power supply Be sure to follow this procedure when turning OFF the power. Select auto or manual starting. • Moving the bar switch to the left (or pressing the stop button) stops the machine. Manually move the frame to the design start point. In either case. BASIC EMBROIDERY OPERATION POWER ON. 2) Turn OFF the power switch on the power supply box. -14- .

Set the tape into tape reel (C). be sure to turn OFF the PTR switch. & CAUTION -15- . set the tape correctly on the reader and then push down the presser plate. (6) (7) After tape reading is completed. If this happens. be sure to turn ON the PTR power switch (D). Before performing the DATA SET operation. Turn ON the power switch of the power supply box.10. TAPE SETTING PROCEDURE (USING AN aRE READER) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Turn OFF the power switch on the power supply box. Lift presser plate (B). CAUTION: Performing the DATA SET operation while this switch is OFF will result in a PTR error. Plug connector (A) into the operation panel/controller box. Do not disconnect or connect the aRE reader or any other optional equipment while the power switch on the power supply box is ON. turn ON the PTR switch and perform the DATA SET operation again.

EII 1:.. or the cursor posi- (i) Move the cursor to the TAPE position...S' (2) l The previous setting posftion.. [I .. design reduction 'or enlargement. design number.. __ ..11. SCALE UP-DOWN X % DATA SET REMAINING MEMORY DATASET 1 : Auto jump disabled 2: Auto jump enabled 3: Frame stepping enabled LJLJLLJLLJl__LjLLJ~ Example 1: Setting mirror image "P"... [1]. 1 ... __ .-----"( 'L" .. 0. •b 1 6 C>' 1 '<) 7 a...:' (3) ___ 5:3 Previous setting .) (6) [I I " ':'?' ))... and auto jump function on/off selection are set in the first row..I TAPE 1 TAJIMA BINARY T -.. .. l=j' IBI IEJI . when using a TAJIMA tape (The flash mark:: tion. 3 DESIGN No . .. .. Press the SET key. ___ . "1" '" " n· 1 The previous setting flashes at the SCALE UP-DOWN position. • I: _ -_ ..) indicates a flashing numeral or symbol. with a scale factor of 100%. • HOW TO USE THE OPERATION PANEL 1st Row Cursor The tape code.. EII Input "1 . EII (4) Input "1" using the number keys mirror image "P").<:> P il 1( s 0q Ek.. and the available memory capacity is displayed in this row also . n' D' " . (to select EII l.. EII (5) Press the SET key. flashes at the TAPE I :3 S y 2) Available memory capacity [: 20 1 Input "1" using the number keys (to select TAJIMA tape)..{120) The previous setting flashes at the mirror image (coordinate change) conversion position. d 5• 2 MEMORY 2 4 5 ~f~1~~ MEMORY OPERATION 11 tr ... . 0" using the number keys (to set a scale factor of 100%)..JJ 8 <lIS) . 2 0 . __ . II J _ -16- .. mirror image (coordinate change) conversion..

'.1 mm.. 1Imt [. n "'j • If "1" is set the auto jump function is disabled. • Auto jump function If a stitch in the design data exceeds 8. (9) Press the SET key. the auto jump function is enabled. • The cursor will move to the MANUAL-FRAME position in the 4th row. (8) Input "1" or "2" using the number keys (to make the auto jump selection). . If "2" is set. .(7) Press the SET key. this function automatically divides it into jump data. the jump data generated by the auto jump function is not added to the number of jump data or converted to frame stepping codes. However. (see page 28) -17- .. W n W. ___ .

00 ] SET key: If. * If the designated design number has already been registered. (7) Press the SET key. "2" is input here. I 100 I] (10) Press the SET key. ------------------:3: :=I CAUTIONS APPLICABLE TAPE CODE 2 OR 4 Operation: WHEN USING 00 I] [2- '• I00 ] 1. If the RESET key is pressed and the machine restarted. To stop tape reading. the SET key is pressed by mistake. the tape will be read and the tape data will be stored in memory (machine operation can be started by using the bar switch or START button at this time). [2 ---------:3' . l2· (3) Press the SET key. (If the machine is operating. [2 ---------:3 ." 0 0 ] * Regardless of the set scale factor. (1) Move the cursor to the TAPE position. 2] ---------- 0 0 :(] • If the auto jump function is to be used. after the tape is stopped by pressing the RESET key while data is being written to memory. 2. the data stored in memory is erased and writing to memory starts again from the paint where the tape was stopped. (An error indicationwill be displayed. After setting the tape code.) 3. • The cursor will move to the MANUAL-FRAME position in the 4th row. (4) Input "3" using the number keys (to set the design number to be registered). [2 (5) Press the SET key. (see page 28) The smailest unregistered design number flashes at the DESIGN No. • Up to 99 designs can be registered. ----------~ :3 5 L( Available memory capacity 2] (9) [2 ---------:3 00 [2 :3 :-J (2) Input "2" using the number keys (to select TAJIMA tape). pos~ion . SET key operation becomes invalid. press the RESET key.t ---------:3 5 L( Input "1" using the number keys (to set data input with the auto jump function disabled). registering the design number and setting the auto jump function enabled/disabled status.Example 2: Writing data into memory as design number 3 with the mirror image "P" when using a TAJIMA tape (8) Press the SET key. -18- .tape data is always stored in memory with a scale factor of 100%. [2 ---------. [1]. the machine will operate while the tape is being read.) (6) Input "1" using the number keys (to select mirror image "P"). it will continue to embroider up to the last data stored in memory and then stop in an error status.

Press the SET key. e') (10) [S t: . Is (7) Press the SET key. (3) Press the SET key.: J Y S I 3 U :-:) Input "2" using the number keys (to set data input with the auto jump function enabled).! 00 J * If no design is regisleredunder the designated number. 0" using the number keys (to set the scale factor percentage). [S ------------------:-{ 00:] 1. [~" (2) ---------3S Y Available memory capacity (8) Input "1. an error indication will be displayed. an error indication will be displayed.. [1]. Is ------------------y :S:' 00 1 Y S ::: :0::0:' ) -19- . * The cursor will move 10 the MANUAL-FRAME position in the 4th row. ").2') • If no designs are registered. . .Example 3: Embroidering design number 4 from memory in mirror image" q "with a scale factor of 130% and the auto jump function enabled (1) Move the cursor to the TAPE position. (6) Input ''9'' using the number keys (to set mirror image" c:. (see page 28) (4) Input "4" using the number keys (to select the registered design number). 3.k.~. tt ------------------IS Y S .' 0 0 :) [s (11) ---------Y S I 3 0 . 2) Input "5" using the number keys (to select operation from memory).".. [S (5) Press the SET key. [S ------------------l·~: 3S Y (9) Press the SET key.

[ :' 35 Y 2] ---------J 120 ] (illuminates while erasing. [S ---------------------------L2' 35 Y 2] IS (5) ---------.Y. [1]. I] Example 5: (1) Erasing design number 3 from memory (4) Input "3" using the number keys (to set the design number to be erased). .'3. flashes on completion. and flashes !hereafter • • Continuously lit while erasing. and flashes !hereafler • • Continuously lit while erasing. Move the cursor to the TAPE position. Move the cursor to the TAPE position. \5 ---------------------------35 y 2) (6) Press the SET key.Y. flashes on completion. \5 :0: ---------120 CAUTION: Do not switch off the power during erasure. (2) Input "5" using the number keys. [( (2) Input "5" using the number keys.Example 4: (1) Erasing designs stored in memory (5) Press the ERASE key.'. t:=l (3) Press the SET key.' I 20 f] Press the ERASE key.' f 2 0 f) (4) Input "0" using the number keys (to select erasure of the entire memory contents). CAUTION: Do not switch off the power during erasure. -20- . [1]. ['5: (3) Press the SET key. ( I f 00 ] Illuminates while erasing. 3 s Y eli (6) Press the SET key.' f 20 J] Is ---------. .

* Refer to page 48 for details on DSW1. in accordance with the setting of NJ-S3/5 in DSW1. (2) Input "3" using the number keys (to select setting of frame stepping data). normal jump operations are performed.<Converting Jump Data into Frame Stepping Data> Set continuous jump data to be converted to frame stepping or normal jump. key. - BJ (5) NOTE: - The setting of NJ-S3/5 in DSW1 is disregarded and the ATH does not operate. The setting established in the above procedure is maintained unless is reset. (1) Move the cursor to the DATA SET position. it -21 - . Press the SET key. (3) Press the SET key. and jump conversion is performed. (4) Press the SEL. 3 The ATH operates.

( '. c' J . [ Step 3 is . I .. (10) 10 Input "1" using the number keys (to set the needle bar used in step 3). " 1 Press the SET key. _- \~( .11 ~ b . I NDLORDER DU It~AT~1 REPT . and design repetition settings .. Input "1" using the number keys (to set step 1).... l Step t is :et" "":=' 1 [0 :3 c "" 1 -22- . key alternately selects AUTO and MANUAL. • Needle bar numbers 10 and larger will be displayed as follows.\ c' J .. key. " "" ..et. / / c' 1 l. automatic are set in the second or manual row ...q . Lo Auto Move the cursor to the AUTO/MANUAL position. ---------.. ~ Example 1: (1) . 12. 2" using the number keys (to set the needle bar used in step 2). (8) Input "1... 10~ ..=... (2) l~· 1 )\ (3) 1 . Press the SET key.• 2nd Row Cursor Automatic or manual color changing. needle bar sequence starting after color changes.-.---------[:=~:' t The AUTOIMANUAL r-: : Manual position flashes.=' J - Select AUTO by using the SEL. Step 2 is set.---------:c: ---------... 1 (6) Input "3" using the number keys (to set the needle bar used in step 1).. 2 to 3.------------------. [1].* Changing the needle bar selection setting from 1. NEEDLE SELECT STEP selections.. 1'~1 _ " l'. [0 d ::i 1 • The cursor does not haveto be movedto select MANUAL..------------------...12 ~ c: (4) (5) ---------..---------(9) Press the [+1] key... (7) Press the [+1] key. [0 C ::i [ :2:' 1 • Pressing the SEL. 'L 1=' J_ [0 :3 C . .

....(11) [0 (12) _ .. [0 _ . press the SET key.o Move the cursor to the NEEDLE SELECT "STEP" position. :':._---Press the [+1] key.: ..<"' b l Needle bar used in step 12 1 -23- ."I.Press the [+1] key._-_ .Press the [+1] key.... then move the cursor back to the STEP position.. The STEP position flashes.. y" [ 1 [0 _ . [0 .__ ._-_ ." C 1 • The cursorwill move to the AUTO START position in the same row.::: 2 J 'g" Y 5 • Pressing the [-1] key instead of [+1] will decrease the step number.. Step 4 is:et._ . (2) -_ . Needle bar used in step 8 [0 (3) .....: .-----Press the [+1] key.. input "g" using the number keys..."5 5 l Needle bar used in step 11 ) Press the [+1] key.. ..=' Press the SET key.: :0: Y 55 l Needle bar used in step 10 1 (4) [0 ----------_ .' .... (see page 24) Example 2: Confirming needle bar selections from step 9 to step 12 when 12 steps have been set (5) (1) _ ...:'._--_ ._--_ ......

.._----_ .._---Changing the needle bar selection setting in step 10 from 5 to 3 (5) Press the Move the cursor to the NEEDLE SELECT "STEP" position.. the needle bar selection settings for step 11 and later steps would be canceled.Example 3: (1) (2) (3) [0 (4) --._------_ ._---lei l _ Setting automatic starting after color changes .~' 5 1 ___ Input "3" using the number keys (to set the new value).._------_ ..." 2 1 [0 ::J "~' 1 • The [-1] key is invalid ... If it were pressed in the example above.. l+ 1] key...\ start [0 .:'t.. (3) Press the SET key. [0 . Setting here must be "auto" mode: c ~:~~~ L0 : Auto Fe .-_ . Press the SET key. [0 :' . 0 y . (2) Press the SEL.: XX 2 1 • Values larger than step numbers which are already set and 0 are invalid... • Pressing the SEL.......q 1 0 ._------_ .. 0" using the number keys (to set step 10). 1ImII [0 Example 4: (1) 0 Y ):' 5 1 Move the cursor to the AUTO START position. J _ ... .. key (to select "AUTO").._---. [0 --_ . Input "1.. key alternately selects AUTO and MANUAL. • Do not press the SET key after (5)..J -24- .:'.

.0 l Setting here must be "auto' mode Setting here must be 'auto start" mode J 0 't ":"J II.. and set the X.. 0 • A maximum of 9 repetitions can be set. to the REPT position.. (3) [0 --_ . _----:~J • Indicates AUTO START mode. (to set the number of repetitions). 0 5] -25- . • If not making any repetitions.Example 5: (1) Setting five repetitions (designs with design interval data) .and Y....... Move the cursor ___ E1II 1. Input "5" using the number keys • Indicates AUTO COLOR CHANGE mode. set the number of repetitions to "1".direction repetition numbers in the "repeat" MODE settings (5th row cursor) to "1" as well._---Press the SET key.. (2) 10 -_ .

-.. .. PrevIous Iy . 2~ . key (to switch to the low speed)...P. _ .=IJ I-'-/ -_ .. "=..._----UH Input "6..tt . f 13 1ImI S Yell l5 -_ ./-" • ._-----_ ... Input "4...O H t..... (3) 'L""-t 1L=~ '_1" II " __ I L -' II -.._----Press the SET key.• 3rd Row Cursor The speed settings (H/L display) are set. {' 1 {' '_I I_' ._ I Press the SET key..~.._ =. position.p.).. )\ k !\ .... switch to 'ff using set value the SEL key. __ . ___ . position. L.. I~I 1I . "~'j [ If "L" Is displayed...M.. 0" using the number keys (to set 400 r. t( ..~\ . .. L _.c: 1 ". (2) [~:. I_I I _I '_.m. 1ImI ~ __ I I ~='')t '_I II "! II .p.p. and the low speed as 400 r.M. and the number of stitches is reset.C Indk:ates lI1e high speed setIing can be set (Pressing ihe SEL key altemately enables setting of ihe high speed and ihe low speed setting).:?t.).) . j : Setting the high speed as 530 r.. _1ImI -. I z:r =. _________ 1mIII (5) I.z_J~lJU RPM STITCHES I Example 1: (1) .P. (4) I Move the cursor to the R...p.p.. 1-.. (3) Move the cursor to the R.m.~:·.I" uu H " I" " I" .. .. j t l: [Indicates Previously set valuE> low speedsettingcan be set Example 2: (1) Setting the high speed as 600 r.... _..m...1» "/. . in the 3rd row..-----. _ .-!.::(. !. (2) Input "5. .m.. 1 '_' I I 1 I _. • '...../-. 3" using the number keys (to set 530 r.. nil • I" . ...Jl_§__jl__§_jL.UL±._. Lf I_I L """""""'j .. 3 S Y c' J -26- ..../i Press the SEL.m.....p. 0" using the number keys (to set 600 r.._..m..

1 to 12. * If the low speed is set higher than the high speed.m.m. and the low speed will vary between 250 and 400 r.m. • To Increase the Speed • Pressing the key once increases * If the high speed is set lower than the low speed.p. • To Decrease the Speed • Pressing the I~il and key once de- creases the speed by 10 r.. and the low speed will vary between 250-450 r._--_ .. J . I~I ILiA I keys together decreases the speed by 50 r. Y data 0. Low Speed 8. High Speed X.p..1 to 8. * The maximum speed will also depend on the embroidery space.0 mm RP. the high speed will vary between 250-600 r.<Changing Speed during Operation> During operation. the low speed will be made the same as the high speed .m.7 mm 250 to 800 r.p. the high speed will be made the same as the low speed .p. 250 to 600 r.m.M. EJI __ Input "0" using the number keys. design and materials.. <Resetting the current number of stitches to 0> (1) [S 3 0 (2) ------_ . .p.m.Press the SET key.m.p..p.m._Current stitch count Move the cursor to the STITCHESposition.P.2"] . position. * When SPEED-L switch in DSW1 is set to • Pressing the I~I and keys together increases the speed by 50 r.rn. )\ ---------1'41 the speed by 10 r. (3) [530 -_ .p.. ['5" ' 3' 0 I} " f. • Pressing the ON (the low speed setting).. the cursor remains at the R. :'1:' .p.m...p. the high speed will vary between 250 and 600 r. * When the HF switch in DSW1 is set to ON (the setting when the cap frame is used). [5 ::1 0 )t] 0] -27- ..M..:1:' :=( :!-i: :S:' .

• In the event of an emergency stop. and origin return operations are set in the fourth row. Stop factors are displayed here... manual frame travel.. manual ATH operations.... these factors can be displayed in sequence by repeatedly pressing the RESET key. • The cursor automatically moves to the MANUAL . • When there is more than one stop factor for an abnormal or emergency stop.. .. is located on the -28- .. The machine has stopped at the correct fixed posflion. the cursor stops at the STOP FACTOR position. and there is an indicator that shows when the machine is at the fixed position ... • Up to 10 stop factors can be stored and displayed. '---------' <Display of Stop Factor(s) and Fixed Position> • o l_j_J . (2) Press the RESET key.---------L Example: Display of Temporary Stop .. frame-forward and frame-back motion. STOP FACTOR Lt__jLg_J .. J : Indicates that the frame -X axis. No display: The machine has not stopped at the fixed position.- • Abnormal or Emergency Stop and Reset Operation Abnormal or emergency stop o (1) Stop factor(s) (see page 53) 0: The MANUAL FRAME posltlon flashes... • When a cap frame is used (DSW1 HF: ON).. the stop factor display is cleared by pressing the RESET key. manual color changes...... These posilions flash.FRAME position if the machine has stopped at the fixed position... [ : Indicates that the frame is located on the +Xaxis.. the position of the frame will be indicated at the FRAME position as shown below. • In the event of an abnormal or emergency stop. • I [ I: Stop by the bar switch or the STOP button.. f SET OFF Iru'j _u I ATH COLOR FRAME] ~RWARD BACK ---------..... Check every stop factor and clear all of them.• 4th Row Cursor Automatic and manual offsets.

) (a) (b) Set the offset point "e" using the OFFSET function in the 4th row.<The Offset Functions> The offset functions return the frame to a preset point (or points) on completion of a design or at any point during an embroidery operation. I b (c) Embroidery start point Embroidery end point Chosen point In the design Point reachad by manual frame travel Manual trame travel Automalic frame travel (d) (2) Auto offset (See page 27 for operation instructions. (c) a : Embroidary start point b : Embroidery end point a : Offset point (1): Automatic frame travel (2): Automatic frama traval parformed when operation is rastarted. The frame is automatically returned to the previous point "c" by a key operation at the operation panel.~. The frame automatically returns to the preset point "e" after the machine has stitched up to the design end point "b" and the thread is trimmed. Manually move the frame to point "d" to perform the intended operation (to place applique fabric. (d) -29- . 5 a b c d (1) (2) : : : : '"\I. Start the machine with the bar switch to continue operation. There are three types of offset available: (1) Manual offset -[ (2) Auto offset Offsets -- (3) Auto free-setting offset (1 ) Manual offset (See page 30 for operation instructions. Change the frame and restart the machine using the bar switch. at the chosen point "c".) a. (NOTE 1).~ c: •_ J d (a) (b) Stop the machine. to make it easier to perform operations such as frame changing and thread trimming. The frame automatically returns to the embroidery start point "a" to start the second embroidery cycle. using the bar switch. for example) .

~ .(3) Auto free-setting offset (See page 42 for operation instructions. As soon as the machine has sewn up to preset point "c". preset an offset point "e" using the OFFSET function in the 4th row. Perform the necessary task.) a : Embroidery start point b : Embroidery end point c : Chosen point in the design (t) (2) Automatic frame travel Automatic frame travel perlormed when operation is restarted. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) In the EDIT mode (5th row). In addition. (3) Input "1" using the number keys (to select manual offset). NOTE 1. {4} Press the SET key. Restart the machine using the bar switch. • (1) Performing a Manual Offset Operation [ (2) ---------.FRAME position in the 4th row. ·. l . Manually move the frame (toward the operator). • Start the machine using the bar switch to continue operation. preset an offset code at the point(s) "c". After that. for example applique fabric placement.. • The frame automatically returns to the previous point.------------------0 [ Stop the machine using the bar switch orthe STOP button (stop at the chosen point in the design). at this point. the frame automatically returns to the previous point "c" and operation continues. the ATH operates automatically. 2: When setting for the "ATH" (see page 48) is "ON: ATH equipped" . (See page 28) • If you pressed "0" by mistake. '" 1 l 0 :': 1 The fixed position mark :~: must be displayed here. " J - • Carry out the necessary task. for example placing applique fabric. the frame automatically returns to offset point "e". The frame automatically returns to offset point "e" to start the next embroidery cycle as soon as the design has been completed. where an automatic offset is to be performed during embroidery. • The cursor automatically shifts to the MANUAL . trimming the threads (NOTE 2). press "1" to redisplay~. -30- . Then. input "1" again.

' ~ Manually point).(... (5) ___ Press the SET key... Offsets will be reset when a different design data is set. • When an offset has been set.. move the frame (to the offset • Note that once an offset has been set it will remain valid until it is canceled.. ___ [I Input "0" using the number keys (to select cancellation of the offset). • EII J .. -31- . .. . the moves toward the operator.. Move the cursor to the OFFSET position. ... __ .. frame-back motion by the distance of the offset is not possible. Canceling an Auto Offset ___ Move the cursor to the OFFSET posltion. . EII l fb (2) 3 0 t . .(" )\ [: b (2) 30:..." Press the SET key... (1) . EII (3) ___ .• (1) Peliorming an Auto Offset Operation ___ . EII b 30)].:' J Manually move the frame (to the embroidery start point). . the will return to the embroidery start point to sewing. 1UlJI I: (4) b 30"q:' l [/b3o .. On completion of the design... l • Start frame begin frame the machine using the bar switch...... J (3) ___ Press the SET key. .dic~tes that an offset has been set.. .. EII [:b30 [ .. Display i. .

" I.<Performing (1) Manual ATH Operations> Move the cursor to the MANUAL . (4) I ---------Press the SET key. 0 J • Manual ATH operation is not possible unless the ATH switch in DSW-1 is set to the ON position . C 2 : Slop after a manual ATH operation. lt •f ---------[2 0 :':' t.11 ~ b .. (see page 28) lCorrect needle position signal Present needle positon C: 10 ~ Indicates that the last needle has moved beyond the left limit. (see page 28) 1 Press the SET key. I ---------0 ( . • If the needle position sensor is abnormal or if the needle position is changed manually. 0 Indicates the machine is stopped at the fixed position. R . Indicates the machinJ is stopped at the fixed position. 0 . • Needle bar numbers 10 and larger will be displayed as follows.COLOR position..ATH position. l (3) -. <Performing Manual Color Changes from the 3rd Needle Bar to the 10th Needle Bar> (1) ---------'_I' )~ Move the cursor to the MANUAL . (2) Input "1" using the number keys. one of the following symbols is displayed: J: Indicates that the first needle has moved beyond the right limit. 0 1 (2) Input "1" using the number keys.:' .:: I.--------0 ."R.' J -32- . 12 ~ C (3) Input "0" using the number keys.

Press the SET key..~d at the fixed position. o -33- ..!' is dis._----Move the cursor to the FORWARD/SACK position. (2) Frame ._----._----. \\ j _ [ l ---------Input "0" using the number keys.<Moving the Frame Manually> (1) Move the cursor to the MANUAL .OP. ~ 1 . ~: I * Pressing the SEL. I (2) ---------0 [ . " Right (-X) 1 l ... (see page 28) * The start pointfor repeat operation is that of the first design.....--_ . played the first time the "0" key is pressed)..Forward/Back Motion> Press the SEL. <Selecting (1) -_ ..' j Indicates the machine is stopped at the fixed position. (3) Press the SET key. 0 1 * If"1" is pressed by mistake.._------_ .FRAME position. • High speed frame travel Up (-Y) • Low speed frame travel Up(-Y) Left (+X) [B II] B II Right (-X) Press !~I and then Left (+X) B B BJ Down (+Y) Down (+Y) <Returning (1) [0 (2) --_ .-_ . (see page 28) Use the number keys to move the frame (see guidance below) ._----to the Origin (Design Start POint» (3) Move the cursor to the MANUAL FRAME position. ~ack Indicates the current setting is frame forward. key (to select frame-forward or frame-back motion).. 0 Indicates the machine is S. [ L[~: e. the "\1' key must then be pressed twice to correct the entry (.. key alternately selects frame-forward and frame-back motion..

.. PRW '--XDESii~iN-y----J N_o-_ XN '-- __ - INTERYAL----' MODE '-- STITCH DATA ---' ERASE MODIFY '-INSERT CODE ___j XN '---- T:'_I Y Mode 1: Repeat [ 2: Data edit • Horizontal/vertical repetitions • Enter a (+) value for repetition to the right and a H value for repetition to the left. jump... offset.. . Example: Number of vertical repetitions: 2 Vertical design interval +150 mm H value for repetition Direction 01 design repetition I '-__ Design interval (a) (b) = +l50mm • Note that when a minus sign is entered it is displayed but when a plus sign is entered the display is blank (but a "+" setting has been made)...... DMign starting point -34- .... stitch data..... In the DATA EDIT mode...• 5th Row In the REPEAT mode it is possible to set repetition of a design..... and high/low speed..... stop.. function codes (stitch........) .. Example: Numberof horizontalrepetitions: 2 Horizontaldesign interval : -120 mm Directional design repetition ~ Design start point 1~~~_ _ D_M_ig_ni_nte_N_al_(~ (a) = -120mm ~.. ATH..1 • Enter a (+) value for repetition towards the top of the frame and a towards the bottom of the frame. the following can be set.

(X) direction.:(' 2 HOD) * "1" must be set for the REPT setting in the 2nd row. (1) (2) (3) [I..11" 0 01 -35- .I • Setting X/Y Priority in either the vertical (Y) or horizontal.'' c'H 00 (9) Press the SET key. H: ~: Vertical priority Horizontal priority [I. • Settings for both auto color change and auto start must be set... the X-direction and the (+) sign Example 1: Repeating a design four times horizontally with a 10-mm interval and once vertically with a 30-mm interval.---------------------------------------------Move the cursor to the MODE position. Press the SET key. .t{cH 00) .}-{ (4) ---------. =t . Press the SEL. [I. '=' Y :2:' H 0 0) 2H 0 U] (8) Input "2" using the number keys (to set the number of vertical repetitions). Select priority for repetition (Example of priority on vertical repetition) (Example of priority on horizontal repetition) * In the above example the (-) sign represents the V-direction. '=' . U ::::J II -. (6) Input "4" using the number keys (to set the number of horizontal repetitions). [I. (7) Press the SET key.F. '=' L{ 2 . 'H If W If J U ' =1. [/. Input "1" using the number keys (to select the REPEAT mode). l' . '~ . key (to select vertical prior- ity).=..---------------------------. with frame stepping (jump) enabled (5) Press the SET key.

(10)

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Example 2:

Modifying the data for stitch number 140 of design number 3 from (X: +0.5 mm; Y: +2.1 mm: Function code: Stitch; Speed code: No setting) to (X: +1.2 mm; Y: -1.3 mm; Function code: Jump; Speed code: low)
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. (18) Press the SET key.. .. "L( . 111\11 [2. key (to set the low speed code).. .. 111\11 Press the SEl. The nU~ber of the stitch after the stitch set is dlsplayed.":' [ 0- l Function code -i I..: Nosetling * The setting in step 18 completes the modifications for the 140th stitch.(15) Input "1" using the number keys (to select the "jump" function code).'~J ... (17) __ S- 3 . [C. " . -39- . _________ EII [2. . 3 : "LJ -{ l :Low speed H : High speed .. be sure to complete all the settings including the speed code. '::I - L r------J Speed code :. When editing function codes.. 0:StitCh 1: Jump 3: Stop 5: ATH 6: Offset (16) __ Press the SET key.

Function code: ATH.:0: -_ .:' J H J [2...0 rnrn._ . 1-" ".... Speed code: No setting) between stitches 579 and 580 of design number 63 [2. ." CI::l .-_ ..Example 3: (1) (2) ["Z' (3) --.._--_ . 8.0" using the number keys (to set the X data value).• '" " 'L \\ " " J - (4) (5) [2. -_ ...._--_ . [ .:' .."8.. . H .-_ . J (10) ) [2. .._ . key (to select the minus symbol)..:' J Press the SET key.\ _---"" "-* ~ Insert [2._----.._-----:S: .. l -" c.._ . (9) Press the SET key. J lc.. [] :0... Inserting stitch data (X: +2...Input "6. I:J - t.-_ ... -_ .:/. _. P .0 mrn.-_ . 0" using the number keys (to set the stitch number). ::l (14) Press the SET key. J [2. (6) (7) 12 (8) -_ ..._---.---_ .2.~ " ( Design NO. Press the SET key. -_ .._-. 2.:' I Press the SET key..---------..._---.tt Move the cursor to the MODE position._ . :': [2. [] Input "S.-_ .:C( I ~ :0. ._-----.._-. ~:' ... (is) Input "S" using the number keys (to select the "ATH" function code)..l Input "2" using the number keys (to select the EDIT mode). (12) Press the SEL..tr [2..~._----H Input "2._---_ ..: The most recently registered design number will be displayed. 0" using the number keys (to set the Y data value). :J - J.-_ .. t J O: Function code --{ I -40- Stitch 1: Jump 3: Stop 5: ATH 6: Offset .. Y: -1.. (11) Press the SET key.." .:[]: 1 Input "2" using the number keys (to select the "insert" function).... i r~:~:i~ 12: J [2... 3" using the number keys (to set the design number). (13) Input "1._------_ .\ Jr.. ~ : .

Press the SEL.:-.\ The stttch referred to as the 581 st stitch above is actually the 5BOth sttch before insertion is performed. -41 - . key (to select "no setting" for the speed code). L-: No setting (18) [2. U :3 It '~"J " (17) l E. be sure to complete all the settings including the speed code.J t L· Speed code _j~:~~.~p::~ .(16) Press the SET key. " 'S" t3" '/" " " " 'L J . - ---------Press the SET key. * Step (18) completes insertion. . When editing function codes. ---------'=I I. ~_~ 0 ::t . _________ E1I l2 _ '=I - 1.

. ... 1......--....w..._-_ . '::{ .' ' Press the SET key._-_ . HJ Input "3" using the number keys (to set design number 3)._-----Input "1" using the number keys (to select the "modify" function). . " "L . :ct 3H 1 ~( ..: The lowest design number registered in the memory is displayed..L (5) -_ .: ...3._-_ ._-----_ . '" )\ J - [2. '=' 0 6:H 0: Erase 1: Modify 2: Insert a: Function Code -{ Stitch Jump 3: Stop 5: ATH 6: Offset 1: -42- .. --..\ ! Move the cursor to the MODE position in the 5th row.. : I.. 'j-t .. [2._ .._-..." . -_ ..... '::{ . Press the SET key..<Sewing an Applique Design using the Automatic Free-Setting Offset> Example 1: An applique design registered as number 3 (whose 123rd stitch is the last stitch in contour stitching and has a stop code in it) is to be embroidered in the following manner: a) b) The frame is to be automatically moved to the offset point for applique fabric placement as soon as the contour stitching has been completed.': 1 Input "2" using the number keys (to select the EDIT mode)._-. :1.... 3" using the number keys (to set stitch number 123).. 't )\ (10) Press the SET key." '..._---. 1 H . Edit the stitch data of design number 3 (modify the 123rd stitch's stop code into an offset code) (1) (2) C2i (3) _ -_ .'--(' :-.\ ( Y ~Iue of the 123rd stitch Press the SET key. -2 J It 4 }\ _ 2._-.. -_ ..J Press the SET key.. and The frame is also to be returned to its former position to continue applique operation..... - /..2. Input "1..0 :=': HJ (6) 1 - -_ . (7) [2 (8) -_ ._--._-----_ .. 2. P -_ . [2.Design No. _ ' lCo --. J [2....... ( XV~IUeofthel23rdStitch Yvalue of the 123rd stitch l ._-_ ..... :-. '.. '....... (11) Press the SET key. .... « • (12) Input "6" using the number keys (to select the "offsef' function code)..... - J [2..... (9) (4) 1 C.

Prepare design number 3 for a DATA SET operation in the 1st row. start the machine using the bar switch. (NOTE 1) After that. • When setting the free-setting offset function two times or more.(13) [2._-_ .. Press the SET key.0 5 :~J J [2 • ---------Press the SET key... 3.. As soon as the contour stitching is finished. "I" 'I ?" t/ \\ Ii " II U - [ The Stit~h number immediately after the registered one is displayed.. iL'". the machine stops automatically and the ATH trims the threads. '=' . the frame returns to the offset point. repeat the procedure from step (8) through (14). 2. Apply the applique fabric at this point.) After completing the above settings. Set the Auto Offset (see page 31. NOTE 1: When setting for the "ATH" (see page 48) is "ON: ATH equipped". the frame automatically returns to the end of the contour stitching to continue the applique operation. Restart the machine using the bar switch. -43- . (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The frame automatically travels to the embroidery start point to sew the design.. (14) --_ .

P.----.' r-r-' H-ROM1 card (No da~~ can be written to this card.+++---.. switch signal Inputs.• -' -' .ROM o ([]) 0 o +5V powersupply ~ CPU Oil JJ Ji.000 stitches. _ . and H-ROM 2 cards can be connected to the CON2 connector.. Flat cable connector CON. r. All signals of the embroidery machine excluding a PTR are handled by this card. o l__lj ~ CON31 r. j .CON32 Connector CON22 CON24 PTR connector Flat cable connector Connected to H-I/F card H-JOINT 2 card PTR H-MAIN card Connector CON31 CON32 Connected to H-PANEL card H-JOINT 2 card Used tor panel display. -44- . • GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLLER BOX PANEL Card (installed in the box) r..H·MAIN card Used to Interface the controller box with the H-JOINT 2 card.H·VFcard o ! I .) card (optional) ~CON1 ~BaCkUP battery J lJ J ~J II J +J J Connected ~- i ! '--. H-PANEL card For installing the H-ROM1 or H-ROM2 cards Used to handle the control signals for the embroidery machine and to store data of about 128._ ..-ROM2 H Approximately 0.=.000_ 8 CON2 i_ ..-" 0]: coo".H·PANEL card DO ~ ~ ~~ in ~.....-' : ~ L PTR connector .0 '--.12. • MAIN Card (installed to the door) .~4_ .-"-"-. _ .--._.. .~..~ NOTE: Connector CON1 CON2 to One of the H-ROM 1... and signal transfer for the whole embroidery machine . Dr-"-. PTR connection. I] r ...

-45- Connector CON14 CON19 CON41 ATH terminal block TT2 Connected to H-PANEL card Inside the power supply box H-I/F card ATH solenoid in each head Reader/handler unit.. Fan • Rear View H-JOINT2card • Fuses F1 and F2 • F1 (SA) : For the controller and PTR • F2 (SA) : For the controller and PTR hl. thread trimming control circuit.. • GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE POWER SUPPLY BOX Front View NFB and power switch F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 Power supply terminal block • Fuses F1 to F6 • F1 (1A) : For the main shaft motor Mg • F2 (10A) : Jump power supply • F3 (10A) : Jump power supply --+--+--+AVR1 • F4 (2A) : For the color change motor • F5 (10A): For ATH power supply .. and +24 VDC power supply. 12 V power supply.13.. This card also has a jump amp.. and TT2 Connector CN201 TT1 Connected to Main shaft motor Reader/handler unit.:. etc.::. TT1. etc.._ • H-JOINJ 2car~ used to control signal 110 operations between the H-I/Fcard and individual sections of the embroidery machine.E~~- TT1 • F6 (10A) : For the fan. color change brake pack. installing base (for machines with 13 or more heads) ...:.

1~ Flashing green : Pressing the switch will tum ON the pulse motor excitation. Flashing red Pressing the switch will reset the alarm. scaling either X-direction and/or V-direction is also possible. -46- . Setting in the X-direction and the V-direction can be made individually. • OUTLINE OF THE DRIVER BOX Front • POWER lamp This lamp indicates the status of the driver: Lit green : The driver is in a normal condition. fj-~ . (2) An extremely high heat builds up inside the driver box. Setting Pull compensation (Example) When "2" has been designated. Flashing green : The pulse motor is not excited.14. The setting function varies according to the lamp status as follows: Lit green : Pressing the switch will turn OFF the pulse motor excitation. nO.~ • RESET switch This switch is used to reset the alarm or to turn ON/OFF the pulse motor excitation. • SW1 This switch allows a design to be enlarged. Setting POWER SW1 Enlargement ratio 0 100% 1 102% 2 103% 3 104% 4 105% 5to F 106% • SW2 RESET SW2 This switch designates pull compensation values for satin stitches. and the lamp chanqesto light in green.. Flashing red : The driver is in an abnormal state such as: (1) An overcurrent flows to the pulse motor. and the lamp changes to flash in green. in addition.

and Y-axes) 15.and Y-axes) Not used. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN SHAFT MOTOR CONTROLLER BOX e Light brake switch Reverse phase warning lamp • Light brake switch ON : To apply lightly the break while the machine is stopping/stopped. (both X.Connector ACIN CN2 XM YM CN4 CN5 Destination 100 VAC of power supply box (both X. • Reverse phase warning lamp This lamp warns that a reverse-phased power is supplied to the main shaft motor.and Y-axes) Either X-axis or Y-axis is connected to the fan in pulse motor driver. -47- . X-axis pulse motor driver Y-axis pulse motor driver H-Joint 2 card (both X. OFF: Not to apply lightly the break while the machine is stopping/stopped.

Frame stepping is performed after thread trimming when jump data continues for 3 stitches or more.... . low speed is up to 450 rpm.--- DSW 2 ILl aD) PANEL card ~~~~I ~ --1-1-1-1 r··-··-··~·-··-rn .16. • SB-5 (All-head sewing start position after frame back operation) ON: OFF: At the 5th stitch before a thread break is detected Position where a thread break is detected • Boring (Boring function) ON: OFF: Boring function is used. . low speed is up to 600 rpm. I . DESCRIPTION OF THE DIP SWITCHES DSW1 AND DSW2 DSW1. High speed is up to 800 rpm.. Boring function is not used. -48- . . OFF: ATH is not used. ----j BiZ NJ·S 3/5 58·5 Boring Picker SIL ATH Spaed·l ~ ~- I !} He ~DSW2 Needle TMEF{fME HF Controller box body side • DSW1 • BIZ (Binary tape type Barudan/ZSK setting) ON: • ZSK OFF: Barudan NJ-S 3/5 (Thread trimming and frame stepping) ON: OFF: Frame stepping is performed after thread trimming when jump data continues for 5 stitches or more. . • Picker S/L (Thread trimming length) ON: Long OFF: Short • ATH (Automatic thread trimming) ON: ATH is used. • Speed-L ON: OFF: High speed is up to 600 rpm..

2 switch of DSW21 (see page 51) to OFF except for 12 needles... TME-HC TMEF-H. NOTE 1: Setting for the number of needles made with DSW21 has priority over DSW2. Set No. -49- .. TMEF-HC * The 4-needle machines use a special P-ROM. the high speed is up to 600 rpm and the low speed is up to 400 rpm. HF (Frame) ON: Cap frame OFF: Standard frame * When set in the ON position.. • DSW2 • HC (Cylinder type or non-cylinder type) ON: OFF: • TME-HC. TMEF-HC TME-H. TMEF-H Needle (Number of needles) (NOTE 1) DSW2-2 OFF ON OFF ON DSW2-3 OFF OFF ON ON Number of Needles 1 3 6 9 • TMEFfTME (Machine type) ON: OFF: TME-H.

DSW21. DESCRIPTION OF DIP SWITCHES DSW11. AND DSW22 Controller box door side o o QP 0 --++-+-H-ROMl card or H-ROM2 card (optional) DSWll DSW22 • DSW11 • A-ORG (Automatic origin return) ON: OFF: • Performed Not performed A-ORG R-Stech m1fTD2 Con/lnd R-Stch (Return stitch) ON: OFF: Performed Not performed * When ATH setting with DSW1 (see page 48) is OFF. Con/lnd (Unified type/individual type tension base for TME-HC) ON: OFF: Individual tension base Unified type tension base -50- . • TD1rrD2 (selecting the upper thread breakage detection method) ON : OFF: • The machine will stop when two consecutive thread breaks are detected. The machine will stop when one thread breakage is detected.17. return stitching will not be performed even though this setting is made to ON.

.: . Switch numbers 5 to 8 are not used.: • Stop adj.. ---"'!:: -:I. • Cording (Cording device) ON: OFF: • Cording device "equipped" Cording device "not equipped" FB stop (Stop / no stop at the all-head sewing start point (NOTE 1» ON: OFF: NOTE: Stop No stop The aI/-head sewing start point set with D8W-1 "88-5" (see page 48) is effective.:<. 12 Cording _FB sto_p ___ eo (.~ DSW22 --- --- w :~~ ~ . (set them to OFF) • DSW22 ---"'..:!: ---".:.:' ---co::... s Ol':" ---~:.) : -I DSW21 '.• DSW21 Stop adj.. (Stop start timing at setting (see page 52) / at setting end) ON: OFF: At setting At setting end • 12 (Setting for 12-needle machine) ON: OFF: 12-needle machine Other than 12-needle machine . DSW22 is not used.~~~ s ---". This setting has priority over DSW2 settings (see page 48). (set all switches to OFF) -51- .:.

Setting is completed.._._. -'" L j J I Step I I Currentlysetangle(75.18. E:II [Example of TME-H and TME-HC] 1 ________ [Example of TMEF-H andTMEF-HCj I . t LI . '-' _I Step I I I . . ---. (smaller main shaft angle) • Procedure (1) Turn the power switch ON. --_ . 1'.) of DSW21 on H-ROM1 or H-ROM2 card to ON. * Setting ranges once decreases the step and changes the main shaft angle by TMEF-H. j ._--_ . I I .24°) 78.88° (standard setting: 90. Iml once increases the step and changes the main shaft angle by Pressing ~ -0. -' '-' _. Angleafterchange I I I .1 switch (Stop adj. SETTING THE STOP START TIMING (MAIN SHAFT ANGLE) This setting is required when the main shaft does not stop at the fixed position. '-' . . j . * The following operations must be conducted when the machine is stopping.16° (standard setting ..40° to 92.-----.36°. 75. 1 . .. Set No.. Step I I Angleafterchange I I * Pressing +0.• When the main shaft stops before the fixed position: Set the stop start timing to a later point. TME-HC (4) 68..00') (3) Press the 1~1 or ILiI key to change the step (main shaft angle setting)._..36°. [- --_ . -52- .-.00°) Set No.12° to 101. (2) [Example of TMEF-H and TMEF-HC] LI -.. TMEF-HC: TME-H.24°) I I I u ~uuu I I I J Step I I Currentlyset angle(90. .~ LI _I .._--_ .. . (larger main shaft angle) • When the main shaft stops behind the fixed position: Set the stop start timing to an earlier point.-..1 switch of DSW21 to OFF. [Example of TME-H and TME-HC] I I I I .

Do not attempt to operate the machine while performing setting on the panel. 2cd 312 Check the encoder or encoder signal line. .Y frame limit signal detected. Code No. H-JOINT 2 card. 2b2 2b3 2b4 2b6 Read error.19. Read error No change is made 5 seconds after a sprocket signal. Data advance read buffer error Memory write error Frame back range exceeded Design number error The machine is started or the frame back/forward operation is executed during setting on the panel. -X frame limit signal detected. Power supply is turned OFF during design deletion or edit mode processing. Change the set design number. Tajima complement error Read error. Check setting of the PTR and/or TFD. or H-I/F card. Check the H-MAIN card. 2b7 2b8 2b9 2bb 2bc 2c1 Data set is not completed. Color change time exceeds 15 seconds. Cap frame travel (outside the set) embroidery area (X axis). Correct the design start point (move the frame so that the design fits in the embroidery area). -53- . Tape is damaged. Function code error PTR tape signal error PTR: Set the tape and put down the tape lever. +Y frame limit signal detected. Adjust the needle position and 1-rotation sensor. Perform threading and other repairs. 221 222 223 224 225 281 291 2b1 +X frame limit signal detected. 211 STOP FACTORS AND ACTIONS TO TAKE Stop Factor Fixed position signal error Action to Take Stop position error Check the encoder signal. set). TFD: Set it to communication mode (start. There is data in the end code. Read error. Thread breakage detected. Rewrite data to the memory. Encoder fixed position signal error Perform data setting completely. Connect the equipment or mend the tape. Cancel the frame back operation. PTR or TFD is not connected. Mend the tape.

Code No. Check the encoder or encoder signal line. or controller power supply harness. Thread trimming output time exceeded NMI signal error Check the cap frame machine origin sensor and cap frame machine origin harness. Check the 1-rotation sensor. Decrease the machine operating speed. No needle position signal is given while the main shaft is running. No 1-turn signal is given while the main shaft is running. 382 383 384 3A2 3d3 NOTE: When an error code classified under 300 is generated. 324 Frame feed output when the needle penetrates the fabric 325 Cap frame machine origin search error Needle position movement per 1 section takes more than 1 second. 314 Stop Factor Main shaft rotation failure Action to Take Check the encoder or encoder signal line. -54- . Change the color change motor or needle position sensor. H-JOINT 2 card. 321 Pulse motor driver failure Check the drive assembly of the axis for which an alarm is given (flashing in red). Check the H-JOINT 2 card. Check the needle position sensor. Change the power supply phase order. Check the H-MAINcard. Check the motor and motor belt. please consult your Tajima distributor for appropriate remedy.

f: Incomplete connection of power supply box connectors. -55- . Check amperage and replace the fuse. Set the dip switch "HF" to OFF and back to ON. disconnected. Stop position error a: Loose belt b: Encoder position is incorrect or encoder is faulty. c: Needle position or 1-rotation signal is not detected. h: Cap frame machine origin search failed. Adjust the needle position with the T-box so that the normal needle position signal LED in the manual color change cursor position is lit. Securely connect the connectors. Manually set the main shaft in the stop position. Tighten the belt. The cap frame origin sensor may be faulty. Securely connect the connectors. g: Incomplete connection of main shaft motor control box connectors. Adjust the needle position with the T-box so that the normal needle position signal LED in the manual color change cursor position is lit. e: Alarm lamp on the drive unit is flashing in red. Adjust the take-up lever so that it coincides with others in the stop position. Move the frame to the appropriate position. section of the power supply box. or clogged. e: Fuse for color change motor is Replace fuse F4 installed to the front blown.• TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Machine doesn't start (1) Cause Corrective Action Tighten or replace the belt. and perform data setting. b: Needle position/1-turn signal is not detected. a: Loose or broken belts b: Fuse for power supply or circuits is blown. Incorrect color changing a: Stop position is incorrect. c: Needle bar position is wrong. Press the RESET switch on the drive unit. Adjust the encoder position or replace the encoder. Adjust it in the correct position. d: Frame limit switch is activated. Also see the "Stop position error" section above. d: Take-up lever position is wrong.

Correct the tape. Replace the solenoid. c: Jump solenoid is faulty. Replace the tension base switch or card. Jump failures a: Incomplete connection of connectors. Tension base card is faulty. Corrective Action Clean and adjust the thread holding spring. * Stitch codes are not provided at every 3rd character. Securely connect the connectors. Securely connect the connectors. b: Reader fails to read. Correct the tape. c: Reader capstan roller is worn. * Feed hole has burr or is clogged. Add and correct the tape. • TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Reading errors (2) Cause Corrective Action a: Tape is faulty: * Both the positive and negative values of the same number exist in 1-stitch data. c: Upper thread breakage timing contact makes incomplete contact. d: Reader is faulty. e: Connectors make incomplete contact. Clean the upper thread breakage timing contact. * Feed hole intervals are irregular. b: Fuses for the jump circuit is faulty. d: Tension base switch or card is faulty .Problem Upper thread detection failure Cause a: Thread holding spring makes incomplete contact. Securely connect the connectors. -56- . Correct the tape. Repair or replace. Correct the tape. Clean or replace. Replace fuses F2 and F3 installed to the front section of the power supply box. * Tape has no end code. b: Tension base connector makes incomplete contact. Replace.

d: Drive card is defective. Clean.Problem Design displaced -- Cause Corrective Action Correct the tape. Set the dip switch "Speed-L" to ON. Decrease the main shaft speed. Loosen the belt. Replace. a: Tape is faulty. -57- . e: Overall frame weight is excessive. b: Excessive tensioning of frame drive belt c: Foreign matter sticks on the frame drive rail.

Needle bar cases 2. • For the TME-HC and TMEF-HC machines. -58- . Grooves in the front rails I Keep metal objects away from the reader head! Every day. when the specification is switched to the cap frame specification or the set up is completed. Check the belt tension by hand at least once every 3 to 6 months.) 3. resulting in loss of stored data. driver box 4. set the dip switch DSW1 "HF" to OFF and back to ON. Filters of power supply box. Tape reader (Use the accessory air-brush. it may lose its charge if the main power is left off for more than one month. Gears of thread take-up levers 3. Rotary hooks 6. Rotary hooks 4. Rotary hook bases (2) Cleaning Points 1. Arms 5. and perform data setting. • H-MAIN card has a back-up battery to maintain data storage. MAINTENANCE AND OTHER PRECAUTIONS (1) Lubricating Points Once a week Once a week Every 3 or 4 hours Twice a week Twice a week 1. However.20. Slide rails of the needle bar cases 5. Do not neglect to check drive components for excessive wear. 2. Take-up springs 7. Main shaft motor filters (3) Other Precautions Once a week • The X and Y drivers and main shaft motor drive belt An excessively tight or loose belt can cause malfunctions. before use Once a week Every day Once a week Every time when lubricating Every day .

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