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| id = 144
| toolname = Tajima Embroidery Machine
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| toolname = CNC embroidery machine
| model = TEJTII-C 1501
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| model = Tajima TEJT II-C NEO 1501
 
| serial = 3127
 
| serial = 3127
 
| owner = Protospace
 
| owner = Protospace
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| status = Waiting for training material
 
| status = Waiting for training material
 
| permission = ??
 
| permission = ??
| certification = Required
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| certification = [https://my.protospace.ca/courses/447 Course]
 
| itemphoto = [[File:150.jpg|350px|thumb|right|]]
 
| itemphoto = [[File:150.jpg|350px|thumb|right|]]
 
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==Specs==
 
  
* Single-head 15-needle
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===Documentation===
* arm-style
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* 19.5” L x 14” D; 32” door clearance
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*[https://wiki.protospace.ca/images/7/7c/Tejtiic.pdf <nowiki>User Manual [pdf]</nowiki>]
* up to 1,200 stitches per minute
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*[https://wiki.protospace.ca/images/7/74/Tajima-tejt-iic-neo-series-catalog.pdf <nowiki>Product Catalog [pdf]</nowiki>]
* 170 lb. welded frame
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20151117050317/http://www.tajima.com:80/productinfo/2014090911263001.html Manufacturer's Product Page]
* Cost: ??
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===Specs===
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*Single-head 15-needle
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*arm-style
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*19.5” L x 14” D; 32” door clearance
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*up to 1,200 stitches per minute
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*170 lb. welded frame
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*Cost: $8500.00
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*Weight 40 thread
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=== '''Needle Replacement Procedure''' ===
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# Loosen Flathead screw, remove worn or damaged needle
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# When installing needle, vertical groove faces user, seat needle fully into holder.
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# Ensure vertical groove still aligned before tightening
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# Tighten flathead screw
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# Rethread the needle
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=== Changing a Spool ===
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# Load on new spool
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# Cut old spool.
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# Tie end of old thread to new thread. Clip any extra and stray material so it does not get caught when you pull it through
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# Pull the old thread from the needle side. The new thread will get pulled through the tubing and tensioners automagically
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# Cut new thread and rethread the needle
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=== Rethreading A needle ===
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To cleaning cut a thread, put new thread under NO TENSION and cut at an angle. This makes the thread end a wedge and un-frayed which is far easier to thread through the eye of a needle
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Thread needle front to back (away from user), raise thread end up and into spring to hold it there.

Latest revision as of 22:01, 21 May 2022

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144.jpg
Type CNC embroidery machine
Make/Model Tajima TEJT II-C NEO 1501
Serial number 3127
Original owner Protospace
Loan status N/A
Arrival date Feb 9th, 2021
Location Sewing Room
Functional status Waiting for training material
Usage permissions ??
Certification Course
Wiki-ID 144
Label 1.0" 1.5" 2.0"


Documentation

Specs

  • Single-head 15-needle
  • arm-style
  • 19.5” L x 14” D; 32” door clearance
  • up to 1,200 stitches per minute
  • 170 lb. welded frame
  • Cost: $8500.00
  • Weight 40 thread

Needle Replacement Procedure

  1. Loosen Flathead screw, remove worn or damaged needle
  2. When installing needle, vertical groove faces user, seat needle fully into holder.
  3. Ensure vertical groove still aligned before tightening
  4. Tighten flathead screw
  5. Rethread the needle

Changing a Spool

  1. Load on new spool
  2. Cut old spool.
  3. Tie end of old thread to new thread. Clip any extra and stray material so it does not get caught when you pull it through
  4. Pull the old thread from the needle side. The new thread will get pulled through the tubing and tensioners automagically
  5. Cut new thread and rethread the needle

Rethreading A needle

To cleaning cut a thread, put new thread under NO TENSION and cut at an angle. This makes the thread end a wedge and un-frayed which is far easier to thread through the eye of a needle

Thread needle front to back (away from user), raise thread end up and into spring to hold it there.