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We have developed a industrial sewing machine for stitching card board design cards which are used in jacquard looms.The principal design is based on fabric stitching machine, the only diference is the the size of bobin is 4"and the thread is 3.5mm.Our problem is the thread is getting cut frequently and missing stitch are plenty.Can any body help out

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  • teckmen Mar 25, 2009

    The solution provided by your consultants are not working.Please revert back with a better solution.Thanks.Ashok Kumar

  • teckmen Mar 25, 2009

    what is the solution?

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The differnce betwin bobin and thred is making these kind of errors. plz operate with the supported mesures.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa.
This is going to blast me but here goes:
I believe it is the speed of your sowing machine. The solution appears to lie in physics.
Can you slow down the speed at which your sowing? I would try that before you increase the size of your thread, or decreasing the size of your bobin.

Namaste!

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Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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There might be 2 options for you ..

As jacquard loom is always used to make complex desgins, it's always better to use yarn with more elasticity and flexibility.

However, in this regard, the breakages is due to ...

" The tension set in the machine is more'...

Due to this everytime whenever the tension of the machine exceeds yarn tension, a break is there.In order to minimizee, either you have to select yarn with more flexibilty, or you need to adjust yarn tension in the machine.

You can refer to the below link to set the machine tension and it would resolve your issue.


http://www.helium.com/items/180757-how-to-properly-adjust-the-tension-on-your-sewing-machine


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Clean machine by using a thinner.

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