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9A 2 5 7 0 A 1989.12. 20

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Int:i70cluc-t±on

We express our heart-felt gratitude for your having purchased


Pegasus W600/UT sewing machine.

Pegasus W600/UT is a free arm type interlock machine equipped


with a highly efficient under thread trimmer. The needle can be
stopped at its right position, thread can be trimmed or wiped,
the presser foot can be. lifted up or down, all under automatical
electronic control. By eliminating troublesome thread trimming,
this machine has brought with it a dramatic increase in sewing
operation speed.

To make most of this machine, read this manual carefully to


familiarize yourself with adjusting and operating procedures.

Precautions for Use

Following must be observed for safety.

0 Fit the belt cover on to prevent accidents.

0 Use electrical parts or components suitable for the power


supply voltage. The use of wrong parts or components may
cause excessive heat or burnout.

0 To prevent an accident, be sure that the motor is not run


ning with the power turned off befor maintenance, adjusting,
cleaning, threading or replacing the needle.
To interrupt the sewing operation for any one of the proce
dures above, press the safety switch on the machine top.
With the sewing process at the time of interruption being
stored in memory in the control box, the operation resumes
exactly where it is interrupted when releasing the switch.
0 Turn the power off before leaving the table.

0 Be sure to turn the power off when the power fails.

0 Check that the machine's grounding core is connected firmly


with the machine.

0 Clean regularly the air filter and discharge the drain. The
drain may overflow into the solenoid valve or air cylinder
resulting in machine failure.

0 Perform daily routine maintenance procedure to keep the


machine in the best possible condition.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS 18
TABLE CUTTING AND MACHINE REST BOARD ASSEMBLY 20
DRIVING MOTOR PULLEY AND BELT 20
POSITION DETECTOR INSTALLATION^ 21
SOLENOID OPERATED FOOT LIFTER 21

THREADING ——— 22
CORD CONECTION, CONNECTING STEPS 23
MACHINE STOP POSITION(POSITION DETECTOR)ADJUSTMENT 24
CAUTION 25
ADJUSTING POSITION OF SAFETY DETECTOR 25

PEDAL ACTION 26
PRESSER FOOT LIFT SWITCH 26

SELECTING NEEDLE STOP POSITION 26


TOP SPEED OF MOTOR ADJUSTMENT 26

SOLENOID ADJUSTMENT 27

KNIVES ADJUSTMENT 27

LOWER KNIFE ADJUSTMENT 27

UPPER KNIFE ADJUSTMENT 29

LOWER KNIFE CLAMP SPRING ADJUSTMENT 29

LOOPER THREAD CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT 29

UPPER KNIFE STOPPER ADJUSTMENT 29

KNIFE HOLDER GUIDE CLAMP SPRING ADJUSTMENT 30

THREAD WIPER ADJUSTMENT 30


THREAD RELEASER ADJUSTMENT 31
SAFTEY DETECTOR ADJUSTMENT 31

WIRING AND PIPING FOR THE PNEUMATIC UT DEVICE 32

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W600/UT(UNDER THREAD TRIMMER) MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS
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VENEZUELA KOREA
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IRAQ TAIWAN
INDIA TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
URUGUAY UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 802044B91 802048A9I
110 ~ 120 220 80
ETHIOPIA CANADA 802044C91 802046B9I
KENYA PHILIPPINES 220 220 80 802050-91 802048-91
UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST ARGENTINA
TANZANIA 220 50 802050-91 THAILAND
220 220/380 50 802050-91 802048B9I
TURKEY PARAGUAY
NIGERIA POLAND
VIET-NAH CHILE
GRECE CHINA 220 380 50 802050-91 802048-91
SPAIN PORTUGAL
MOROCCO HONG KONG 200 346 50 802050A91 802048C9I
CAMEROON NETHERLANDS
60 220 380 50 802050B91 802048A9I
PERU FINLAND
( BEIRUT ) 802050-91 SOUTH AFRICA 240 380 50 802051-91 802048-91
INDONESIA ENGLAND 240 415 50 802051-91 802049-91
SYRIA FRANCE 230 380 50 802051B91 802048A8I
TUNISIA 110/220 50 8020500-91 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 220 80 802048-91
BOLIVIA ZIMBABWE
LEBANON SWEDEN 802048-91
EGYPT SWITZERLAND 380 50
ST.LUCIA AUSTRIA
230 50 80205lA-91 802048A91
NEW ZEALAND DENMARK
AUSTRALIA
CYPRUS
KUWAIT 240 50 802051-91
SINGAPORE
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SEMI-SUBMERGED INSTALLATION
0 13

0 2 5.5 (4 points)

19 3

3 12
20 4 0
O 0}

R 10

R 23 1 1

N eg

R 23

Oi
N eg

3 16
35 2

Note 1) Follow each instruction book of the moter for fitting hole on
the motor.
2) Part of ® is that the hole use UT (Under thread triming)
device.(2 points)
3) Part of (D is that the hole use W600-05, -33 <4600-05, -33>
type of machine.(2 points)
4) Part of © is that the hole use W600-81 <4600-8i> type of
machine.(3 points)

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TABLE CUTTING AND MACHINE REST DRIVING MOTOR PULLERY AND BELTING
BOARD ASSEMBLY

For W600/UT machine, semi-submerged installation The machine should use a motor and belt of the
is adopted. following specifications.
1. Refer to Fig. 1 and cut the table. 1. Motor: Clutch motor,2 pole, 550 watts.
2. Refer to Fig. 2 and assemble the machine rest
2. BELT: V belt. Type M
board O (E) in sequence. 3. Motor pulley: Select an appropriate pulley
referring to Table 2.

^NOTE:
Relation between Machine Speed and Motor Pulley Table 2
For W600/UT machine, a table of thickness
50mm is recommended.
Motor pulley diameter(mm)
Machine speed (s. p. m.)
For the table of thickness 50mm, Washer O is 60 Hz 50 Hz
unnecessary. 6,000 12 0 14 5
For the table of thickness 47mm or smaller, use 5,500 110 13 5
Washer O.
5,000 10 0 12 5
4,500 90 110
4,000 80 10 0

I-NOTE

The motor pulley mounting shaft for W600/UT


machine is tapered. Accordingly, refer to Fig. 3
and use the tapered hole motor pulley.

Fig.2 Fig.3

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POSITION DETECTOR (Fig. 4)

1. Remove Screw O-
2. Refer to Fig. 4, and install 0and 0in sequence.
(Fix Screw with Pin 0with Nut © .)

SOLENOID OPERATED FOOT LIFTER (Figs. 5,6)

Refer to Figs. 5, and 6,and install parts 0to0,and


0to0in sequence.
• Loosen Nut0and adjust the stroke S.
Setting distance "A" to 28 mm provides standard
stroke.
• Adjust Pitman Rod 0so that Foot Lift Lever0
has a little play.

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THREADING

Fig.7

kr®

For use with


woolly threads.
r~;—

For use with cotton and


spun threads, etc.

For easier threading, press Push Button i


to raise Looper Thread Takeup ® .
After threading, press Takeup (D down to
its original position.

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CONTROL PANEL
(IPOS.)

2P0S.)

LOW HIGH

Speed Needle position

Power source Brake Clutch Position Presser foot Safety Presser foot Thread trimming
connector detector I ifter switch Detector lifter solenoid junction cord
connector

CORD CONNECTION CONNECTING STEPS (Figs.8 ~ 10)

I—NOTE 1. Insert Connectors o.o,and e of the motor into


Be sure to extend earth (ground) wire from the the controller.
motor and machine to a good ground. 2. Insert Power Switch Connector O into the motor.
Do not connect Thread Trimming Junction 3. Insert Synchronizer Connector 0 into the
Cord 0 until the highest/lowest needle stop controller.
positions have been set by the synchronizer. 4. Insert Safety Detector Junction Cord Connector
Set the PCS switch on the controller to 0into the controller, and Connector0into the
"2P0S"(.—•). synchronizer.

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Yellow & I
green stripes

Thread trimmer
solenoid

White
Red Yellow Black
I

Junction cord
(short)

DOO
fYl DOC

5. Turn the power switch on. Press the pedal a little


and check the direction of rotation of the
machine. If the machine runs in reverse, re-insert i
Power Connector0upside down.
Turn the power switch off.
6. To set the needle stop position (Fig. 11)
1) Remove Cover O and loosen Screw O.
2) To set the upper dead point of needle:
Line up the part {§) of Upper Position Detecting
Plate <0 (inside, black color) with the center of
Sensor Baseplate 0, and stop it at the upper further pressing down the pedal, the needle stops
dead point of the needle. at its upper dead point. Then, check that the P
If the P mark of the hand wheel and the• mark mark on the handwheel is lined up with the •
mark on the arm.
of the arm do not agree, fix the upper position
detecting plate, turn the handwheel to line up the 7. Insert Connector of Presser Foot Lift Junction
P mark with the•mark, and tighten Screw O. Cord into the controller. Insert the other
Connector into the solenoid.
3) To set the lower dead point of needle: 8. When using Presser Foot Lift Switch 0(option),
Line up the part®of Lower Position Detecting insert Connector0into the controller.
Plate (outside, red color) with the center of 9. Insert Connector 0 of the thread trimming
Sensor Baseplate (g). junction (long) into the controller and the other
• In this case. Screw0 need not be loosened. Connector 0 into the relay cord (short) side.
Adjust first from the upper dead point of needle.
• For connection inside the terminal box, refer to
4) Turn the power switch on, and press down the
the detailed drawing.
pedal. Return the pedal to the neutral position,
and the needle stops at its lower dead point. By

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CAUTION (Figs. 12,13)

1. Keep the belt tension correct. Adjust it so that a


1 kg force on the center of the belt allows a
deflection of about 15 mm.
• Excessive belt tension may overload the machine
and motor.
• Insufficient belt tension may cause the belt to slip,
and the needle may not stop correctly.
2. To adjust pedal pressing force:
Pedal pressing weight can be adjusted by changing
the position of hooking Tension Lever O o" Lever
Q
• Insufficient spring tension may cause the lever
stopping position unstable and lead to malfunction.
3. To adjust pedal pressing forward force:
Loosen Nut and turn Bolt o to adjust the
spring pressure.
Then, tighten Nut © to fix.
• Read well the guide book enclosed in the controller
and motor.

ADJUSTING POSITION OF SAFETY DETECTOR


(Fig.14)
With power on, the presser foot will be
raised by heeling the pedal.
Loosen Screws©. Shift Magnet©slowly to
the left until the presser foot is rested
on the needle plate. Shifting Magnet©
slowly to the right, find the position
where the presser foot starts to raise.
In this position, tighten Screws©.
(Adjustment from the back of the machine)

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PEDAL ACTION (Fig. 15)

Press the pedal forward and the machine runs. Table 3


• Machine speed can be freely adjusted by the pedal
pressing amount. \ PEDAL PRESS PEDAL NEUTRAL
\action FORWARD 4
• After the thread has been trimmed, the presser PRESS PEDAL
needleX
foot can be lifted up or down by pedal action. POSITION\ NEUTRAL BACKWARD

• While the machine is stopped, the handwheel can Needle stops at Thread trimmed, then
1 POS(l^)
be turned freely by hand. higliest position. presser foot lifted.
Needle stops at lowest
position, thread is
Needle stops at trimmed at highest
2 PCS(.—•)
lowest position. needle position, and
PRESSER FOOT LIFT SWITCH then presser foot lifts
up.

To lift the pressr foot without trimming the thread


while the machine is stopped, press Presser Foot Lift
Switch (Refer to page 23, Fig. 10)
• This switch is available as option.

SELECTING NEEDLE STOP POSITION (Fig

The needle stop position can be selected by the


switch O on the controller panel.
(u.)side is Position 1, and (.—*) side is Position 2.
(Refer to Table 3)

TOP SPEED OF MOTOR (Fig. 16)

The top speed of the motor is adjustable by the knob


Oon the controller panel
The motor speed is so set as not to rotate beyond
6,000 r.p.m. however large the motor pulley Neutral
Pressing
diameter is made. backward

(IPOS.)

2P0S.)

HIGH
Needle position

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SOLENOID ADJUSTMENT (Fig.17)

(1) With the rubber cover O removed and


the nut loosened, adjust the stop
per e such that the solenoid moves
in range of 18.6mm.
* To loosen the nut insert a cylin
drical bar (3mm or so in diameter)
through the stopper 0 to prevent it
from turning.
(2) Fit the crank O on such that the
distance between the left end of the
bracket @ and the face of the crank
IB.Brb U ^—Bo.onni"^
IS.Om^Pneauinatic Device SS.Sm^^PneauDatic Device
O will be 66.5mm with the solenoid
activated. (Refer to Fig.17.) Loosen
the nut 0 to adjust for the above
distance.

(3) Fit the connecting rod O in such a


place that the distance between the
centers of the screws 0 and o will
be 36mm or so. Fix the connecting rod
on with nuts 0 temporarily
since this is to be fine-tuned later
when adjusting the lower knife. (Refer
to Page 28.)
(4) Leave the collar set screw 0 loosened
for the knife adjustment procedure.
(Refer to Page 28 .)

KNIVES ADJUSTMENT (Figs.17,18)


Without
contact
Be sure that the needle is at its upper
limit before adjusting.
To make adjustment, loosen the collar set ^.QQQ.Xli
screw 0 so that the driver lever 0 can
be moved easily with hand.

LOWER KNIFE ADJUSTMENT (Figs.19,20) 65.5nn

(1) Horizontal adjustment of lower knife 0 At the center of the blade thickness
of the looper
Loosen the lower knife set screw 0
to make horizontal adjustment such that
the distance between the center of the
lower knife set screw 0 and the lower
knife front (g) edge is 65.5mm.
•Press Push Button 0 and raise the Icoper thread takeup.
In this position, set Thread Guide 0 so that it does not
touch Bracket0. Loosen Screw 0 and adjust this.
(2) Longitudinal adjustment of lower knife
With the set screw 0 loosened, adjust
the lower knife holder 0 longitudinally
such that with the lower knife front
edge (g) 9mm moved to the left from the
looper 0 right edge when the lower
knife is moved to the left, the lower
knife front edge comes at the center of
the looper thickness.
(3) Adjustment of knife holder guide ®
With the lower knife front edge 9mm
distance away from the looper right
edge as in (2), adjust the knife holder
0 by loosening the set screw 0 .
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(4) Vertical adjustment of upper knife
(Fig.21)
With the lower knife edge 9mm distance
away from the looper right edge as in
(2), loosen the set screw ® on the
bracket ^ to adjsut such that the lower
knife bottom is barely in contact
with the looper top. Light
contact
(5) Adjustment of lower knife left limit
(Fig.22)
Loosen the nut © to adjust such that
the lower knife front edge (§) is 22mm
distance away from the center of the
needle bar with the lower knife ® at
its left limit position.
* Check at one glance to see that the
looper eye left edge is aligned with
the lower knife front edge. (Refer to
Fig.22.)

(6) After the above adjustments ,


(Fig.23)
* Verify that the distance (g) is about
2mm or so with the lower knife ® at
its left limit position.
* Verify that the clearance © between
the lower knife holder right edge and
arm bed is about 1mm at the right limit
position of the lower knife ® .
(7) Loosen the collar set screw 0 to
adjsut the collar ® and bracket 0
Needle bar center line
such that with the solenoid not actu
ated (Refer to Fig.23.) the left side 22no-
of the bracket 0 is 3mm distance
apart from the right side of the collar The left edge
of the eye

Rg.23

0 0

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UPPER KNIFE ADJUSTMENT (Fig.24)
(1) Upper and lower knives overlapping and
their longitudinal position
k
The upper and lower knives O > O
overlapping should be 0.5mtn with the
lower knife at its right limit posi
tion. Align the upper knife front edge
(§) with the lower knife front edge
face. (Refer to Fig.24.)
Both the adjustments should be made
simultaneously since the lower knife
clamp spring that becomes loosened when
the set screw is loosened in both
the cases. (Refer to the following.)

LOWER KNIFE CLAMP SPRING ADJUSTMENT (Fig.25)

(1) lower Knife Clamp SpringOshould be


in position:
its tip is 2mm back from the tip of
the upper knife and it is parallel
with the lower knife.
Loosen Screw e and adjust.

LOOPER THREAD CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT (Fig.26)

(1) Looper Thread Catcher © should be


in position:
its tip is 2mm front from the tip of
the upper knife and it is parallel
with the lower knife.
Loosen Screw ©and adjust.

(2) Adjust the pressure of Looper


Thread Catcher © so that it sill
catches the looper thread after
trimming. Adjust this by Screw(^.
Turn Screwd) to the left to
increase the pressure of Looper
Thread Catcher and turn Screw (§)
to the right to decrease the
pressure.

UPPER KNIFE STOPPER ADJUSTMENT (Fig.27)

(1) Loosen the set screw © to adjust such


that the knife holder guide © at its
right limit position is 7 -7.5mm (typi
cal) to the upper knife stopper © .
* Increasing the clearance reduces the
needle thread length.
* Decreasing it makes the needle longer. 7^1,Bm^

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KNIFE HOLDER GUIDE CLAMP SPRING ADJUSTMENT Fig.28

(Fig.28)
(1) This spring (0 is pressing against the
knife holder guide O to keep the upper
knife in position when the upper and
lower knives overlap.
In the standard setting, Screw (D should be
in the center of the elongated hole of Spring

Loosen the screw to adjust such that


the thread gets cut well with the upper
and lower knives working smoothly.

The spring being too weak causes poor


thread cutting. If too strong, the
upper and lower knives do not return
properly.

THREAD WIPER ADJUSTMENT (Fig.29)


1. Temporarily fix Bracket ® horizontally to the
middle part of the elongated hole with Screw . 0~ 0.3mm

2. Lever (D should be horizontal. Tighten so that the


gap between Bracket and Stopper Ring (§1 is
0~ 0.3 mm,and the size G is 10 mm.
3. Shaft ® should be stopped with Screw so that
the size H becomes 2 mm.
4. Thread Wiper ® should be stopped with Screws
^ and ® so that it is 19ni from the center of
the needle bar at the left dead point and its height
is 8 mm from the upper face of the needle plate.
5. With Screw ® , set Plat Spring ® in
parallel with Thread Wiper (E) .

INSTALLING THE FLAT SPRING

Replace the with the mounted screw.

^ The looper thread clamp is including in


the ^arts of figure to safety.

Parallel witl
Thread Wiper. 0
^ J

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THREAD RELEASER ADJUSTMENT (Figs.30,31)

1. Set Thread Releaser Crank Q so that the gap


between the side of the bed and the side of the
crank should be about 10 mm.
2. Turn Eccentric Screw0of Lever Shaft©and
adjust so that the gap between Thread Tension
Disc©and the finger of Thread Releaser©
is 0 - O.Sratn.
3. For easier threading, press
Releaser© to open tension discs. About
iOna
4. Shaft © should be stopped with Screw © so that
the size A should be 30 mm.
5. Set Thread Guide © so that its eyelet is aligned
with that of Thread Guide Plate©. Loosen Screw
© and adjust this. Fig.31

•The thread releasing for each thread depends on


the positional relation between Thread Guide ©
and Thread Releaser ©
For cotton thread:
B = 6 mm, C = 7 mm, D = 8.5 mm, E = 6.5 mm,
F = 9 mm
For elastic thread such as woollie threads, reduce
the clearances slightly.

NOTE:
Thread Releaser © (for upper spreader thread)
0
should be set to such a position that should not
be affected even when the needle thread and the
looper thread are loosened.

SAFTEY DETECTOR ADJUSTMENT (Fig.32)

Loosen Screw © and set the gap between Safety


Detector © and Magnet © to 0.5 mm.
(For adjusting the right and left positions, refer to
page 25.)

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WIRING AND PIPING FOR THE PNEUMATIC UT
Machine earth
DEVICE

Make piping as shown.

The wiring is the same as that of Thread trimmer


the electric TK device except that solenoid
the sketch on this page shows.
In addition to the wiring on pages Yellow &
23 and 24 * make wiring this page. green stripes

White
Yellow

Junction cord
(short)

ADJUSTING SPEED CONTROLLER

Speed ControllerO regulates the protruding speed of


knives. Speed Controller0regulates the returning
speed of knives.

Too fast speeds may cause the noise in the air


cylinder and may damage the thread to be broken
before the knives trim.

Loosen Nuts0and O . Turn Knobs O and 0 to


the left (faster speeds) as far as possible. Then,
turn them gradually to the right and adjust to the
D
correct speeds. b

Connected to the presser foot


lifting output connector of the
machine motor control panel.

Connected to the air corapresser.

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For UT device

For P L device
(Electric type)
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CO

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13 8

24 0

R1 5 R15

R 1 5^

30 13 4

^R4 0
20 6

29 7

3 10

R4 0
R4 0

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3) #(7>ApX7tT"ro

Note 1) The Hole use UT (Under Thread Triming) device.(2 points)


2) Follow each instruction book of the moter for fitting hole on
the motor.
3) The Hole operate the binder by the pedal with the chain.

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