[amayausers.com] Re: Prewound Bobbin Thread

Bob,

I understand your point but ...the Ampass design is not suppose to run as a contest to see if you can get one to finally sew it's 49, 000stitches w/o a thread break. It is suppose to check all or most of the functions of the machine for trimming, vertical & horizontal column width, registration, the ability to sew small lettering and force multiple color changes, long stitches, short stitches, etc, etc. I guess there is only one more question to ask. You said>>>>" I expect a machine to stitch hundreds of thousands of stitches without a thread break."

Have you actually ever seen a machine go hundreds of thousands of stitches without a thread break?

Rod Springer


----- Original Message ----- From: "Kushnerick" <bkushner@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Sent: Monday, September 10, 2007 1:29 PM
Subject: [amayausers.com] Re: Prewound Bobbin Thread


Thanks for the info Rod.

I certainly agree that there are a number of variables which can cause
thread breaks. However I think perhaps our expectations of a test design may be different. To me running a test design is an opportunity to check for and
solve stitching problems [regardless of the cause] plus it allows me to
properly set a machine.

As an embroiderer, by allowing even one thread break in a test design I have
failed to enable that machine to run at its optimum for production .....
which in turn will lead to downtime, poor stitch stitching and/or perhaps
even damage to the machine.

Its tough to make money during downtime and because of this, I expect a
machine to stitch hundreds of thousands of stitches without a thread break

Appreciate the help you provide to this group. Have a great day

Bob


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Bob,
Hummm, How did I know that someone would come up with that very question?
I did not say that it was , as you put it, "aceptable." It puts the machine
through some tough tasks.

Well, lets put it this way. That is a test design but it is groomed to run
well also. It, as I mentioned in my post, "assumes" that the operator has
taken care of "all" of the other "varibles".
Can you think of what some of these varibles might be? Thread type and
brand and condition, needles, needle orientaion, needle depth, hook timing,
presser foot height, lubrication, roller condititon, type of material,
static buildup, loose hooping, humidity, machine speed, design digitizing,
should I go on?

For me to post that one would not see "any" thread breaks on this design,
or any design for that matter, without being right there in front of the
machine and "knowing all of the "varibles" have been taken care of would be
foolish. Thread breaks, unfortunately, are a part of the "real" world of
embroidery, aceptable or not.

I agree with you, even one thread break is too many, but that just is not
living in the "real" world of embroidery. There are just too many varibles.

Rod Springer
Amaya Tech & Trainer

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