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Old February 9th, 2011, 05:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Needle Break and Off Timing on Tajima

I have an early model Tajima TME-HC 906 and lately have been having serious needle break with stitching time always off from one head to the next. Help as i need to rectify problem.
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Old February 9th, 2011, 11:07 PM   #2 (permalink)
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verify if the moving knife are closed(take off the needle plate)
verify the rotary hook timing

Thanks dgeorge; we believe the Rotary hook is our problem because when the machine is running it will squeeze up the tread from the bubbling case on all the 6-heads. What should we do or change now.

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Thanks dgeorge; we believe the Rotary hook is our problem because when the machine is running it will squeeze up the tread from the bubbling case on all the 6-heads. What should we do or change now.

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Best thing to do is call tajima and find out the correct timing #'s you should be looking for. It may be the best option to get someone in your shop and do it and you watch...then you will know for the next time.

2nd option is to try it yourself....CALL AND GET THE CORRECT TIMING FOR YOUR MACHINE THOUGH.

I believe the hook timing for tajimas is 175-178...when the needle is at that depth you will want the hook to be just behind the back of the needle where the (scarf) is. I like to use the largest needle that we use in production when I do this....(80/12) you will want just enough space for nothing to hit.

Next thing you would need to see is if your needle depth is correct...this requires a different tool.....that usually only techs will have.

Hope this helps some......BUT make sure you call and get the correct timing for your particular machine.

Jon
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Best thing to do is call tajima and find out the correct timing #'s you should be looking for. It may be the best option to get someone in your shop and do it and you watch...then you will know for the next time.

2nd option is to try it yourself....CALL AND GET THE CORRECT TIMING FOR YOUR MACHINE THOUGH.

I believe the hook timing for tajimas is 175-178...when the needle is at that depth you will want the hook to be just behind the back of the needle where the (scarf) is. I like to use the largest needle that we use in production when I do this....(80/12) you will want just enough space for nothing to hit.

Next thing you would need to see is if your needle depth is correct...this requires a different tool.....that usually only techs will have.

Hope this helps some......BUT make sure you call and get the correct timing for your particular machine.

Jon

Much Thanks to you on this, Will try as suggested and let you know.

Regards,

Hadejazz
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