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Bobin winding and slow pace on project

It bought my Mc 10000 that had been upgraded to 10001, but the problem I have had is that when using professional mode, it takes alot of time even when it is just writtig a name. It can take 12-15minutes which other embroidery machines can not do. What would be the problem?

I have also encountered a problem with bobin winding, my Mc 10000 stoped winding but it can be hard wind from with in, It seems the winder doesnot tap the wheel or its won off. What can I do? I have not enjoyed the beauty I bought this machine for. Please respond on my Email. ronniemartini@yahoo.com

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  • Denise Jausoro
    Denise Jausoro Mar 03, 2008

    I had trouble with bobbin winding on my 10001 also, now machine makes a lot of noise and sews very slowly. I got the warning message to check if a needle was bent or something was in the machine. I took it apart and found that the innermost belt had shredded somewhat. There were small slivers of belt inside the machine. The belt is intact, but it is this gear and bushing that is sluggish.

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    Ronald Ronald Mar 13, 2008

    I appreciate the response from all the reader who have tried to help me out.My embroidery 10000 tht was upgraded takes the same time whether ther satin is big or small. When embroidering 12 letter in embroidery mode, it takes less time than when using the same 12letters in proffessional mode. Is there a problem with it?



    Do also your embroidery machines take in very few letters to upto 12 letters? What do you recommend me to do if iam not to embroid in phases for example words with 16 digits?

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I cannot get into embroidery mode. When I press the icon I get lower the presser foot and then nothing.

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It sounds as though the machine speed setting has been set to slow, to discover if this is the case, use the mode key and forward arrow to the speed settings page. check the speed that the machine is set for, if it's too low raise it. Be careful though as satin stitching needs to sewn on a medium to slow setting to prevent the bobbin thread being yanked to the surface.
Your lettering, In embroidery mode, select your letters and make the first part of your phrase, save it, now create the next part and save that, create the next part if needed and save. Now open the first saved letters and select edit. Now bring in saved parts 2 and 3 and arrange all parts as you want them. when they are arranged in a way you like, save all of them as a new design. Now either accept and select ok and hit the return key to get back to the design page or close edit, return to the design folder and select the design you created in edit and start stitching.

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The speed could be if the satin stiches are to wide, than the machine reduce speed to get a good result.
How is the speed of the embroidery when it does fill stitch (small stitches)?

Not shure about the bobbin winder, but to check this its nessesarry to get inside the machine.

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