SWG041AUTOMATIC SOFTWARE SYSTEM                            YYYAV123A
SHIMA SEIKI MFG.,LTD.                   AUTOMATIC SOFTWARE SYSTEM                            SWG 041                      ...
INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTIONThis manual explains the automatic software system.The automatic software system is for making kni...
AGREEMENT OF THIS MANUAL      AGREEMENT OF THIS MANUAL       There are some agreements in order to read this manual correc...
CONTENTSI. COLOR NOS. LIST ......................................................................... 1II. FUNCTION OF EACH...
5) R6: Stitch / Leading Stitch No. Command ................................................................ 27 6) R7: Sink...
I. COLOR NOS. LISTI. COLOR NOS. LIST COLOR NO.                     CONTENTS                     COLOR NO.                 ...
I. COLOR NOS. LIST   (Continues from previous page)   COLOR NO.                          CONTENTS                        C...
II. FUNCTION OF EACH COLOR II. FUNCTION OF EACH COLORNotes for Specifying Color Nos.   ( NOTE 1 ) A knit line implies a ca...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD1) Knit        C OLOR NO.                            ...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD3) Miss and No Needle Selection        C OLOR NO.                                   CONT...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD5) Knit for Second Stitch        C OLOR NO.                                CONTENTS     ...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD6) Cross (cable)  The color nos. for a cable pattern are shown below.  To make cross, th...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD  (Continues from previous page)B) Front and back stitch cross        C OLOR NO.        ...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD  (Continues from previous page)D) Special technique to cross the cable  Relief knit is ...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD7) Knit & Stitch Move   C OLOR NO.         CONTENTS (move left)             C OLOR NO.  ...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD8) Knit & Transfer  Stitch move is performed after performing the front or back knit and...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHODC) Knit & transfer without racking and return      C OLOR NO.                           ...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD9) Split Knit        C OLOR NO.                                          CONTENTS       ...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD10) Front / back move        C OLOR NO.                                              CON...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD11) Elastic raising cam tuck        C OLOR NO.                                  CONTENTS...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD12) Auto yarn feeder point        C OLOR NO.                                    CONTENTS...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHODTransfer DirectionPoint  - Transfer direction is decided by the carriage traverse direct...
III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHODStart and End of PatternPoint  - Carriage is placed on the left side while carriers are ...
IV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTIONIV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTION1) Option Line R                                     1, 2 ...
IV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTION2) Option Line L       L2 Racking 0-4 (6) pitch           0-4 (6)    Racking 0-4 pitch (7G...
IV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTION(Continues from previous page)                                      0           Normal tra...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINES1) Before Specifying Color Nos.  After...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE2) R1, R2: Jump Economizer CommandR1 : Jump economizer (inside)R2 : Jump economiz...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE3) R3: Yarn Carrier Change Command        C OLOR NO.                             ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE4) R5: Knit Cancel Command[Knit cancel command]        C OLOR NO.                ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE[Independent carrier movement]        C OLOR NO.                             CONT...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE5) R6: Stitch / Leading Stitch No. Command        C OLOR NO.                     ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE7) R8: Yarn out Command        C OLOR NO.                                  CONTEN...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE(Good example)                                 Yarn inserting hook               ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE8) R9: Links Process Ignore Command        C OLOR NO.                            ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE10) R11: Fabric Presser Command        C OLOR NO.                                ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE11) R13: Stitch Range Command        C OLOR NO.                                  ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE12) R15: Yarn Inserting Hook Command        C OLOR NO.                           ...
V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE  (Table 1)       Knitting position                   Original drawing           ...
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  1. 1. SWG041AUTOMATIC SOFTWARE SYSTEM YYYAV123A
  2. 2. SHIMA SEIKI MFG.,LTD. AUTOMATIC SOFTWARE SYSTEM SWG 041 Second edition, May 2006 Shima Seiki maintains a policy of continuous improvement for its products. Therefore, the content of this manual is subject to change without prior notice and our obligation. Contact your Shima Seiki sales representative for the latest information.No part of this document may be reprinted or reproduced in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of SHIMA SEIKI. This edition is intended for version [A]-49 of SDS-ONE Knit Pint.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONINTRODUCTIONThis manual explains the automatic software system.The automatic software system is for making knitting data (such as control data, pattern data,pattern development data, yarn data, and economizer data) for knitting products.Read this manual thoroughly in order to make the most efficient use of the system.When you read through this manual, please keep it near SDS for reference. i
  4. 4. AGREEMENT OF THIS MANUAL AGREEMENT OF THIS MANUAL There are some agreements in order to read this manual correctly. Read the following agreement thoroughly before the content. (1) The system to perform knit and the system to perform transfer are indicated as shown below. K : Knit : Transfer (from back to front) K : Transfer (from front to back) (2) The relations between drawing pattern and control are indicated as shown below. Line D A A Line C B B Line B C C Line A D D (3) The way of transfer is indicated as shown below. : Transfer from the front to the back : Transfer from the back to the front : Diagonal transfer from the back to the front : Diagonal transfer from the front to the back : Transfer the loop on the front to the front by using the back or TRJ bed. : Transfer the loop on the back to the back by using the front or TRJ bed. ii
  5. 5. CONTENTSI. COLOR NOS. LIST ......................................................................... 1II. FUNCTION OF EACH COLOR ..................................................... 3III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD ..................................... 4 1) Knit ............................................................................................................................... 4 2) Tuck .............................................................................................................................. 4 3) Miss and No Needle Selection ...................................................................................... 5 4) Miss .............................................................................................................................. 5 5) Knit for Second Stitch .................................................................................................. 6 6) Cross (cable) .................................................................................................................. 7 A) Front stitch cross .................................................................................................. 7 B) Front and back stitch cross ................................................................................... 8 C) Relief knit .............................................................................................................. 8 D) Special technique to cross the cable ...................................................................... 9 7) Knit & Stitch Move .................................................................................................... 10 8) Knit & Transfer ........................................................................................................... 11 A) Knit & transfer to the right / left ......................................................................... 11 B) Knit & transfer without racking ........................................................................... 11 C) Knit & transfer without racking and return ....................................................... 12 D) Transfer without racking & knit ......................................................................... 12 E) Transfer without racking (without knit) .............................................................. 12 9) Split Knit .................................................................................................................... 13 10) Front / back move ..................................................................................................... 14 11) Elastic raising cam tuck .......................................................................................... 15 12) Auto yarn feeder point .............................................................................................. 16 Transfer Direction .......................................................................................................... 17 Start and End of Pattern ................................................................................................ 18IV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTION .........................................19 1) Option Line R ............................................................................................................. 19 2) Option Line L ............................................................................................................. 20V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINES .................22 1) Before Specifying Color Nos. ...................................................................................... 22 2) R1, R2: Jump Economizer Command ........................................................................ 23 R1 : Jump economizer (inside) .................................................................................. 23 R2 : Jump economizer (outside) ................................................................................. 23 3) R3: Yarn Carrier Change Command .......................................................................... 24 4) R5: Knit Cancel Command ......................................................................................... 25
  6. 6. 5) R6: Stitch / Leading Stitch No. Command ................................................................ 27 6) R7: Sinker Reset ON Command................................................................................. 27 7) R8: Yarn out Command .............................................................................................. 28 8) R9: Links Process Ignore Command .......................................................................... 30 9) R10: Yarn Holding Hook Command ........................................................................... 30 10) R11: Fabric Presser Command................................................................................. 31 11) R13: Stitch Range Command ................................................................................... 32 12) R15: Yarn Inserting Hook Command ....................................................................... 33 13) R16: Temporary mask fab. pile up err. Command, Cleaner Command, and Carriage air Command .................................................................................................... 37 14) L2, L3, L4: Racking Command ................................................................................ 38 15) L5: Carriage Speed Command (knit course) ............................................................ 45 16) L6: Carriage Speed Command (transfer course) ...................................................... 45 17) L7: Arm separation adjustment, Stop Command .................................................... 46 18) L12: A miss Command .............................................................................................. 47 19) L13: Transfer, Holding Command ............................................................................ 48 20) L14: Elastic Yarn Advancing Amount Command .................................................... 50 21) L17: Racking Adjustment Command ....................................................................... 50VI. PATTERN DEVELOPMENT ASSIGNMENT .............................51 (A) Data contents for pattern development ............................................................... 51 (B) Repeating times of basic pattern (when using color no. 2 on A) .......................... 51 (C) Starting needle no. for the first piece .................................................................. 52 (D) Starting needle no. for the first piece .................................................................. 52VII. AUTO PROCESS ........................................................................53 SET ............................................................................................................................ 53 YARN ......................................................................................................................... 54 YARN HOLDING HOOK .......................................................................................... 56 YARN INSERT .......................................................................................................... 58 YF (carrier) ................................................................................................................ 63 Synchronous/Independent Carrier Movement ............................................................... 64
  7. 7. I. COLOR NOS. LISTI. COLOR NOS. LIST COLOR NO. CONTENTS COLOR NO. CONTENTS 1 Front knit (jersey) 4 Normal stitch knit F ront s titc h 2 Back knit (reversed jersey) 5 Normalstitch knit c ros s (1 ) KNIT & CROSS 3 Front/back knit (double jersey) 14 Front stitch knit F ront s titc h 51 Front knit 15 Front stitch knit c ros s (2 ) KNIT (w ithout links process) 5 Front stitch knit F ront-bac k 52 Back knit 10 Reverse stitch knit s titc h c ros s (1 ) (w ithout links process) 15 Front stitch knit Front- bac k 118 Front knit (non auto-transfer) 100 Reverse stitch knit s titc h c ros s (2 ) 119 Back knit (non auto-transfer) 150 Cable joint code 11 Front tuck 6 Front knit + move 1P left 12 Back tuck 61 Front knit + move 1P left 41 Front knit / back tuck 62 Front knit + move 2P left 42 Front tuck / back knit 63 Front knit + move 3P left TUCK 88 Front/back tuck 64 Front knit + move 4P left 171 Front tuck (without links 65 Front knit + move 5P left process) 66 Front knit + move 6P left 172 Back tuck (without links process) 67 Front knit + move 7P left 175 Front/back tuck (w ithout links 7 Front knit + move 1P right process) 71 Front knit + move 1P right 27 Front knit for 2nd stitch (-) 72 Front knit + move 2P right 28 Back knit for 2nd stitch (-) 73 Front knit + move 3P right 89 Front/back tuck for 2nd stitch (-) 74 Front knit + move 4P right KNIT & STITCH MOVE 111 Front tuck for 2nd stitch (-) 75 Front knit + move 5P right 112 Back tuck for 2nd stitch (-) 76 Front knit + move 6P right 137 Front knit / Back tuck for 2nd 77 Front knit + move 7P right stitch (-) (w ithout links process) 2nd STITCH 8 Back knit + move 1P left 138 Front tuck for 2nd stitch (-) / 81 Back knit + move 1P left Back knit (w ithout links process) 82 Back knit + move 2P left 139 Front/back knit for 2nd stitch (-) 83 Back knit + move 3P left 173 Front tuck for 2nd stitch (-) 84 Back knit + move 4P left (w ithout links process) 85 Back knit + move 5P left 174 Back tuck for 2nd stitch (-) 86 Back knit + move 6P left (w ithout links process) 87 Back knit + move 7P left 176 Front / back tuck for 2nd stitch 9 Back knit + move 1P right (-) (w ithout links process) 91 Back knit + move 1P right 0 Miss 92 Back knit + move 2P right 16 No needle selection 93 Back knit + move 3P right 116 Front miss (w ith links process) 94 Back knit + move 4P right MISS 117 Back miss (w ith links process) 95 Back knit + move 5P right 216 Front miss (w ith links process) 96 Back knit + move 6P right independent carrier movement 97 Back knit + move 7P right 217 Back miss (w ith links process) independent carrier movement (Continued on next page) 1
  8. 8. I. COLOR NOS. LIST (Continues from previous page) COLOR NO. CONTENTS COLOR NO. CONTENTS 21 Front knit + transfer 1P left 131 Front / back knit + front move 1P 22 Front knit + transfer 2P left left 23 Front knit + transfer 3P left 132 Front / back knit + front move 1P FRONT / BACK KNIT + MOVE 43 Front knit + transfer 4P left right 44 Front knit + transfer 5P left 133 Front / back knit + back move 1P 45 Front knit + transfer 6P left left 46 Front knit + transfer 7P left 134 Front / back knit + back move 1P 24 Front knit + transfer 1P right right 25 Front knit + transfer 2P right 135 Front / back knit + front / back 26 Front knit + transfer 3P right move 1P left 47 Front knit + transfer 4P right 136 Front / back knit + front / back 48 Front knit + transfer 5P right move 1P right 49 Front knit + transfer 6P right 141 Elastic raising cam front tuck + ELASTIC RAISING 68 Front knit + transfer 7P right front knit CAM TUCK 31 Back knit + transfer 1P left 142 Elastic raising cam back tuck + 32 Back knit + transfer 2P left back knit KNIT & TRANSFER 33 Back knit + transfer 3P left 143 Elastic raising cam front / back 53 Back knit + transfer 4P left knit 54 Back knit + transfer 5P left 13 Auto yarn feeder point AUTO YARN FEEDER 55 Back knit + transfer 6P left 121 Color no. 1 + Auto yarn feeder 56 Back knit + transfer 7P left point POINT 34 Back knit + transfer 1P right 122 Color no. 2 + Auto yarn feeder 35 Back knit + transfer 2P right point 36 Back knit + transfer 3P right 123 Color no. 3 + Auto yarn feeder 57 Back knit + transfer 4P right point 58 Back knit + transfer 5P right 59 Back knit + transfer 6P right 69 Back knit + transfer 7P right 20 Front knit + transfer 29 Front knit + transfer 30 Back knit + transfer 39 Back knit + transfer 40 Front knit + transfer 50 Back knit + transfer 60 Transfer + front knit 70 Transfer + back knit 80 Transfer (without knit) 90 Transfer (without knit) 101 Front split knit SPLIT STITCH 102 Back split knit 106 Front split knit + transfer 1P left 107 Front split knit + transfer 1P right 108 Back split knit + transfer 1P left 109 Back split knit + transfer 1P right 99 Links process code 2
  9. 9. II. FUNCTION OF EACH COLOR II. FUNCTION OF EACH COLORNotes for Specifying Color Nos. ( NOTE 1 ) A knit line implies a carriage traverse (one way). ( NOTE 2 ) Do not specify only color no. 0 (miss) in a row. ( NOTE 3 ) The needle beds are automatically set in 1/2 pitch left position to knit single jersey and 1x1 rib and set in the 1/4 pitch left position to knit double jersey with all needle. Racking; 1/4 pitch left position Racking; 1/2 pitch left position ( NOTE 4 ) When knit & cross, knit & stitch move, and knit & transfer are ordered, knit is performed first and then transfer, stitch move and cross follow. If many kinds of racking are required for a course, smaller racking then left racking have priority. ( NOTE 5 ) Links process (transfer) is automatically performed when two adjoining courses are knitted with the different needle beds. Note that some color nos. do not perform links process (transfer). 2 Links process 1 3
  10. 10. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD1) Knit C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 1 Front knit (jersey) 2 Back knit (reversed jersey) 3 Front/back knit (double jersey)Point - Links process (transfer) is automatically performed when two adjoining courses are knitted with the different needle beds. - Links process is automatically performed when using front knit or back knit color (e.g. 4, 5, 6, 7 and so on). - Front/back knit (color no. 3) is performed with the needle beds in the 1/4 pitch left position. C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 51 Front knit (without links process) 52 Back knit (without links process)Purpose Use in case of knitting without links process. C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 118 Front knit (non auto-transfer) 119 Back knit (non auto-transfer) - Use the color no. 118 together with the color nos. 32, 52, 82, and 92 on the option line L13, and use the color no. 119 together with the color nos. 31, 51, 81, and 91 on the option line L13 to knit without auto transfer process. (Knit for auto transfer) - Links process is performed with front or back line.2) Tuck C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 11 Front tuck 12 Back tuck 41 Front knit / back tuck (without links process) 42 Front tuck / back knit (without links process) 88 Front/back tuck 171 Front tuck (without links process) 172 Back tuck (without links process) 175 Front/back tuck (without links process)Point - Do not specify the color nos. 11 and 12 or 111 and 112 in the same row. - The color nos. 41, 42 and 88 are performed with the needle beds in 1/4 pitch left position. 4
  11. 11. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD3) Miss and No Needle Selection C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 0 Miss 16 No needle selectionPoint The function of the color no. 16 is the same as that of the color no. 0. Do not draw only the color no. 0 in a row. Draw color no. 16 instead. C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 116 Front miss (with links process) 117 Back miss (with links process)Point - The color nos. 116 and 117 perform the links process to the front or back line.4) Miss C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 216 Front miss (with links process) independent carrier movement 217 Back miss (with links process) independent carrier movementPurpose You can move the carrier to the desired direction regardless of the carriage direction. For example, to move the carrier away from knitting range, carriage stroke is within the knitting range when selecting independent carrier movement. To move the carrier to the opposite direction of knitting direction, carriage course to move the carrier is unnecessary when selecting independent carrier movement.Point - This color no. cannot be drawn in the same line as other color nos. (except for auto yarn feeder point) - Direction of independent carrier movement does not have relation with carriage direction. - Specify the direction of independent carrier movement on the option line R5. (See the option line R5=6 and 7) - When considering the knitting direction (carriage), independent carrier movement line is not included. - Though the last course of the pattern should be ended with left going, you do not have to include the independent carrier movement line. For the details of independent carrier movement, see “Synchronous/Independent Carrier Movement” described later. 5
  12. 12. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD5) Knit for Second Stitch C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 27 Front knit for 2nd stitch (-) (stitch value 0) 28 Back knit for 2nd stitch (-) (stitch value 0) 89 Front/back tuck for 2nd stitch (-) (stitch value 0) 111 Front tuck for 2nd stitch (-) (stitch value 0) 112 Back tuck for 2nd stitch (-) (stitch value 0) Front knit / Back tuck for 2nd stitch (-) (stitch value 0) (without 137 links process) Front tuck for 2nd stitch (-) (stitch value 0) / Back knit (without 138 links process) 139 Front/back knit for 2nd stitch(-) (stitch value 0) 173 Front tuck for 2nd stitch (-) (without links process) 174 Back tuck for 2nd stitch (-) (without links process) 176 Front/back tuck for 2nd stitch(-) (without links process)Point - Note that the color nos. 27, 28, and 139 are knitted with stitch value 0. - Tuck and 2nd stitch cannot be used on the same side of bed in the same course. 6
  13. 13. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD6) Cross (cable) The color nos. for a cable pattern are shown below. To make cross, these colors must be specified in pairs. Cross pairs and racking are automatically made up by color nos. and the no. of dots. A) Front stitch cross Cross of front stitches B) Front and back stitch cross Cross of front stitches and back stitches C) Relief knit Knitting technique to make cross easily D) Special technique to cross the cable Knitting technique to insert the relief knit in the middle of cross.A) Front stitch cross C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 4 Normal stitch knit (downside) 5 Normal stitch knit (upside) 14 Front stitch knit (downside) 15 Front stitch knit (upside) 150 Cable joint codePurpose Cross of front stitches.Point - The color nos. 14 and 15 are used for distinction of adjoining cross pairs. - Color no. 1 or 2 can be specified between cross pair colors. - There are 2 types of cross: Right cross (right stitches come upside) and left cross (left stitches come upside). Right cross and left cross can be replaced by exchanging color nos. 4 5 15 14 4 1 5 4 5 5 4 Right cross Left cross - Draw the color no. 150 to connect the color no. 4 and color no. 4 or color no. 5 and color no. 5 with 1x1 knitting. - See the Cross (cable) on “L13: Use Bed Command”. - Drawing cable on front bed side and cable on back bed side - Cross for tubular knitting (Continued on next page) 7
  14. 14. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD (Continues from previous page)B) Front and back stitch cross C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 5 Front stitch knit (upside) 10 Reverse stitch knit (downside) 15 Front stitch knit (upside) 100 Reverse stitch knit (downside)Purpose Cross of front stitches and back stitches.Point Put color nos. 15 and 100 for distinction of cross pairs.C) Relief knitPurpose To make cross easily, relief knit is performed before cross. Relief knit is automatically performed when either of the cross pair has 3 or more pitch racking.Point - When a stitch is inserted in the cross, relief knit is automatically performed even for 2 x 2 cable because racking is 3 pitch. - Relief knit is not automatically performed for 2 x 2 cable. When relief knit is required for 2 x 2 cable, a knit line is necessary under color no. 4, and knit cancel command on the line R5 has to be specified in the same row as cross. (See “R5: Knit Cancel Command” for details.) No relief knit 2 1 2 2 4 5 2 2 1 2 The rows marked with ( ) are relief knit 1-system knit 2 1 2 0 4 5 0 1 2 1 0 2 2 1 0 2 R5 (Continued on next page) 8
  15. 15. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD (Continues from previous page)D) Special technique to cross the cable Relief knit is inserted in the middle of cross without assigning color nos. 4 and 5. Right cross 2 36 0 2 2 51 0 2 2 20 63 2 2 1 2 Left cross 2 0 33 2 2 0 51 2 2 73 20 2 2 1 2 9
  16. 16. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD7) Knit & Stitch Move C OLOR NO. CONTENTS (move left) C OLOR NO. CONTENTS (move right) 6, 61 Front knit + move 1P left 7, 71 Front knit + move 1P right 62 Front knit + move 2P left 72 Front knit + move 2P right 63 Front knit + move 3P left 73 Front knit + move 3P right 64 Front knit + move 4P left 74 Front knit + move 4P right 65 Front knit + move 5P left 75 Front knit + move 5P right 66 Front knit + move 6P left 76 Front knit + move 6P right 67 Front knit + move 7P left 77 Front knit + move 7P right 8, 81 Back knit + move 1P left 9, 91 Back knit + move 1P right 82 Back knit + move 2P left 92 Back knit + move 2P right 83 Back knit + move 3P left 93 Back knit + move 3P right 84 Back knit + move 4P left 94 Back knit + move 4P right 85 Back knit + move 5P left 95 Back knit + move 5P right 86 Back knit + move 6P left 96 Back knit + move 6P right 87 Back knit + move 7P left 97 Back knit + move 7P rightPurpose Stitch move is performed after performing the front or back knit and then racking. Lace pattern and narrowing are available by performing stitch move. 10
  17. 17. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD8) Knit & Transfer Stitch move is performed after performing the front or back knit and then transferring. There are following 5 types. A) Knit & transfer to the right / left B) Knit & transfer without racking C) Knit & transfer without racking and return D) Transfer without racking & knit E) Transfer without racking (without knit)A) Knit & transfer to the right / left C OLOR NO. CONTENTS (move left) C OLOR NO. CONTENTS (move right) 21 Front knit + transfer 1P left 24 Front knit + transfer 1P right 22 Front knit + transfer 2P left 25 Front knit + transfer 2P right 23 Front knit + transfer 3P left 26 Front knit + transfer 3P right 43 Front knit + transfer 4P left 47 Front knit + transfer 4P right 44 Front knit + transfer 5P left 48 Front knit + transfer 5P right 45 Front knit + transfer 6P left 49 Front knit + transfer 6P right 46 Front knit + transfer 7P left 68 Front knit + transfer 7P right 31 Back knit + transfer 1P left 34 Back knit + transfer 1P right 32 Back knit + transfer 2P left 35 Back knit + transfer 2P right 33 Back knit + transfer 3P left 36 Back knit + transfer 3P right 53 Back knit + transfer 4P left 57 Back knit + transfer 4P right 54 Back knit + transfer 5P left 58 Back knit + transfer 5P right 55 Back knit + transfer 6P left 59 Back knit + transfer 6P right 56 Back knit + transfer 7P left 69 Back knit + transfer 7P rightB) Knit & transfer without racking C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 20 Front knit + transfer 29 Front knit + transfer 30 Back knit + transfer 39 Back knit + transferPurpose Performs the transfer after the knitting process.Point Links process from the previous course and to the next course is not performed. Color nos. 20, 29, 30, and 39 have priority of transfer to the other color nos. in the same row. 11
  18. 18. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHODC) Knit & transfer without racking and return C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 40 Front knit + transfer + other transfer + transfer back 50 Front knit + transfer + other transfer + transfer backPurpose After knit is performed, stitches are transferred to the opposite needle bed, and then returned to the original needle bed after other transfers in the same course are performed. TransferD) Transfer without racking & knit C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 60 Transfer + front knit 70 Transfer + back knitPurpose Transfer is performed before knitting. Links process is performed to the next course. TransferE) Transfer without racking (without knit) C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 80 Transfer (without knit) 90 Transfer (without knit)Purpose Knitting is not performed whereas transfer is performed. 12
  19. 19. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD9) Split Knit C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 101 Front split knit + transfer 102 Back split knit + transfer 106 Front split knit + transfer 1P left 107 Front split knit + transfer 1P right 108 Back split knit + transfer 1P left 109 Back split knit + transfer 1P rightPoint - Split knit is used for starting double jersey or tubular knit from single jersey. - Draw the color nos. 101, 106, and 107 in the course going left. - Draw the color nos. 102, 108, and 109 in the course going right. - Draw only the color nos. for split stitch in the line with split stitch. - You can draw the color nos. for split stitch to fill the holes after stitch move. In this case, draw as shown below. - Stitch value becomes 0 regardless of the setting of stitch address when performing split stitch. 51 52 51 16 106 16 51 16 107 16 3 51 52 16 109 16 52 16 108 16 52 7 9 1 1 1 6 8 51 3 52 L13 R3 R5 R9 Front split stitch New front stitch Transferred stitch Front Back (Fig. 1) (Fig. 2) (Fig. 3) 13
  20. 20. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD10) Front / back move C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 131 Front / back knit + front move 1P left 132 Front / back knit + front move 1P right 133 Front / back knit + back move 1P left 134 Front / back knit + back move 1P right 135 Front / back knit + front / back move 1P left 136 Front / back knit + front / back move 1P rightPurpose - Transfer using slider is performed after front/back knit.Point - Draw on the knit cancel line to use for narrowing on tubular knitting. - Order to transfer is automatically changed according to the carriage direction for the color nos. 135 and 136. (Drawing example) 52 4 1 9 7 1 1 1 52 4 Same process 1 8 136 134 133 135 1 6 51 51 52 4 52 4 51 51 R3 R5 L13 L4 L2 R3 R5 R9 51 4 52 1 7 51 9 4 1 1 1 52 Same process 1 6 136 134 133 135 1 8 51 51 4 4 52 52 R3 R5 L13 L4 L2 R3 R5 R9 14
  21. 21. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD11) Elastic raising cam tuck C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 141 Elastic raising cam front tuck + front knit 142 Elastic raising cam back tuck + back knit 143 Elastic raising cam front/back tuck + front/back knitPoint - Color nos. 141 and 142 can be used to knit with inserting elastic yarn in the wrist part of glove. - To draw this color no., 2 carriers are used in the same course. - Elastic raising cam tuck cannot be performed with the carrier no. 1 or 6. (only for 7G) For the procedure of specifying carrier, see “YARN” in “AUTO PROCESS.” Tuck and knit are performed with this needle. Ground yarn Elastic yarn 141 1 141 1 141 1 141 1 15
  22. 22. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHOD12) Auto yarn feeder point C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 13 Auto yarn feeder point 121 Color no. 1 + Auto yarn feeder point 122 Color no. 2 + Auto yarn feeder point 123 Color no. 3 + Auto yarn feeder pointPurpose - Auto yarn feeder point specifies the set and reset position of carrier. It is necessary for knit line.Point - Use even number of auto yarn feeder point in the same line. (Maximum 16 points) If using odd number of auto yarn feeder point(s), error message is displayed when performing auto process and the position blinks. - Auto process cannot be performed correctly in the line only with auto yarn feeder point. If only auto yarn feeder point is necessary in the line for carrier move, draw the color no. 16 or 216, 217 somewhere in the same line. 16
  23. 23. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHODTransfer DirectionPoint - Transfer direction is decided by the carriage traverse direction. - Following transfer methods are available: - transfer from hook to hook (normal transfer) - transfer from hook to slider (holding) - transfer from slider to hook (return) (Normal transfer or holding) Going right In case of going right, transfer is performed from back to front. In case of going left, transfer is performed from Going left front to back. (Return) In case of going right, return is performed from Going right back to front. In case of going left, return is performed from front Going left to back. (Normal transfer or both holding and return) In case of going right, return is performed from Going right back to front, and transfer is performed from back to front. In case of going left, return is performed from front Going left to back, and transfer is performed from front to back. (Both knitting and transfer) In case of going right, return is performed from Going right K back to front, and then knit is performed. In case of going left, return is performed from front Going left K to back, and then knit is performed. X After knitting is performed, transfer cannot be Going right K performed. After knitting is performed, transfer cannot be Going left K X performed. (Note) For the details on transfer (normal transfer, holding, and return), see the description for option line L13. 17
  24. 24. III. COLOR NO. OF EACH KNIT METHODStart and End of PatternPoint - Carriage is placed on the left side while carriers are placed on the right side. - There is no fixed data. (Start of pattern) e.g. Tubular knitting 8 52 7 51 6 52 3 5 3 4 16 3 3 2 3 10 --> 0Yes 1 16 R3 1. Move to the right with no needle selection because carriers are placed on the right side. 2. Cast off the fabric in case the fabric is on the needle bed. 3. Same as 2. 4. Move the carriers to the left to start knitting with going right. 5. Knit the set up. 6. Knit the tubular. 7. Knit the tubular. 8. Knit the tubular. (End of pattern) 6 16 5 3 4 3 10 --> 0Yes 3 3 2 16 50 1 K K 3 K R3 R6 1. End the knitting with going right. To use yarn inserting hook, knitting ends with going right. (For the details, see the description for option line R15.) 2. Draw 1 line with no needle selection. (Specify option line R6=50. Set 0 for stitch /leading stitch no.) 3. Cast off the fabric on the needle bed. 4. Cast off the fabric on the needle bed. 5. Cast off the fabric on the needle bed. 6. End with going left. 18
  25. 25. IV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTIONIV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTION1) Option Line R 1, 2 Repeat of pattern and control data R1 Jump economizer (inside) Repeat of pattern and control data (Economizer 11-41 no.) 1, 2 Repeat of pattern and control data Jump economizer R2 Repeat of pattern and control data (Economizer (outside) 11-41 no.) R3 Yarn carrier change 1-127 Yarn carrier combination 1-127 Knit cancel 1 Knit cancel R5 Carriage move 2 Carriage move Carrier direction 6 Independent carrier movement right (independent movement) 7 Independent carrier movement left 0 No. 5 (knit course) / No. 1 (empty course) R6 Stitch / leading stitch no. 1-60 Nos. 1-60 +100 Transfer stitch cam address Drop failure detection 11 Press off error ON R7 Sinker reset 200 Sinker reset ON R8 Yarn-out 31 Yarn-out 1 Links process ignore (When selecting WG) Before/after knitting: auto 11 transfer process ignore R9 Links process ignore (When selecting WG) Only before knitting: auto 12 transfer process ignore (When selecting WG) Only after knitting: auto 13 transfer process ignore R10 Yarn holding hook 1-255 Yarn holding hook action pattern 1-255 R11 Fabric presser 101 Fabric presser ON 1 or 2 Stitch range R13 Stitch range +10 Fixed stitch course no. 10 Only yarn inserting w hen starting knitting Yarn inserting w hen starting knitting + tuck pattern 11-19 1-9 R15 Yarn inserting hook 20 Only yarn inserting w hen finishing knitting Yarn inserting w hen finishing knitting + tuck pattern 21-29 1-9 Temporary mask fab. pile 74 Temporary mask fab. pile up error up error 81 Cleaner ON R16 Cleaner 82 Cleaner OFF 91 Carriage air ON Carriage air 92 Carriage air OFF 19
  26. 26. IV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTION2) Option Line L L2 Racking 0-4 (6) pitch 0-4 (6) Racking 0-4 pitch (7G, 10G), 0-6 pitch (15G) 0 Racking 1/2 pitch L3 Racking 1/2 and 1/4 pitch 1 Racking 1/4 pitch 0 Left 1 Right 10 Racking left (Patt. Pos. Front) 11 Racking right (Patt. Pos. Front) 20 Racking left (Patt. Pos. Back) 21 Racking right (Patt. Pos. Back) L4 Racking left/right 30 Patt. Pos. Remain 110 Racking left (Patt. Pos. Front) + Patt. Pos. Remain Racking right (Patt. Pos. Front) + Patt. Pos. 111 Remain 120 Racking left (Patt. Pos. Back) + Patt. Pos. Remain Racking right (Patt. Pos. Back) + Patt. Pos. 121 Remain Carriage speed (knit 0 Speed 0 L5 course) 11-25 Speed 1-15 Carriage speed (transfer 0 Speed 0 L6 course) 11-25 Speed 1-15 Yarn reset adjustment 11-17 Yarn reset adjustment 1-7 20 Optional stop L7 21 Pause 1 Stop, pause 22 Pause 2 23 Pause 3 L10 Sub roller No. (knit course) 1-31 Sub roller 1-31 Sub roller No. (transfer L11 course) 1-31 Sub roller 1-31 20 A miss (front/back) 21 A miss (front only) 22 A miss (back only) L12 A miss 30 A miss 2 (front/back) 31 A miss 2 (front only) 32 A miss 2 (back only) (Continued on next page) 20
  27. 27. IV. LIST OF OPTION LINE FUNCTION(Continues from previous page) 0 Normal transfer (hook of needle to hook) Transfer using slider (color no. of stitch move) 1 Holding the loop on the slider of opposite bed (color no. of transfer) 3 Return (slider of needle to hook) 31 Front Back, (front body), Back Front 32 Back Front, (back body), Front Back Front Back, (front body), Back Front/Stitch 51 move code using HD L13 Transfer / holding Back Front, (back body), Front Back/Stitch 52 move code using HD Front Back, (front body), Back Front 81 [compulsive transfer] Back Front, (back body), Front Back 82 [compulsive transfer] Front Back, (front body), Back Front 91 [compulsive transfer + stitch move w ith HD] Back Front, (back body), Front Back 92 [compulsive transfer + stitch move w ith HD] Elastic yarn advancing L14 1-31 Elastic yarn advancing amount Nos.1-31 amount L17 Racking adjustment 11, 12 Racking adjustment pages 1 and 2 21
  28. 28. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINES1) Before Specifying Color Nos. After completing the pattern, specify color nos. on the option lines to decide how many systems are to be used or which pulldown no. and stitch no. is to be used, and so on. Note that there are some rules to specify commands on the option lines. Pattern development Structure pattern area Carriage speed (transfer course) Sub roller No. (transfer course) Elastic yarn advancing amount Carriage speed (knit course) Sub roller No. (knit course) Racking 1/2 and 1/4 pitch Yarn reset adjustment Racking adjustment Transfer / holding Racking 0-6 pitch Racking left/right A miss L19 L18 L17 L16 L15 L14 L13 L12 L11 L10 L9 L8 L7 L6 L5 L4 L3 L2 L1 After completing the pattern, assign color nos. on the option lines to decide how many systems are to be used or which pulldown no. and stitch no. is to be used...etc. Note that there are some rules to assign commands on the option lines. Jump economizer (outside) Jump economizer (inside) Stitch / leading stitch no. (NOTE) When the fixed data is put in the first and second rows, do not assign any color no. for the two Links process ignore Yarn carrier change Yarn inserting hook Yarn holding hook rows and cast-off pattern. (Some exception) After completing the pattern, assign color nos. on Fabric presser Stitch range Sinker reset the option lines to decide how many systems are to be used or which pulldown no. and stitch Knit cancel Yarn out Cleaner no. is to be used...etc. Note that there are some rules to assign commands on the option lines. R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10 R11 R12 R13 R14 R15 R16 R18 R19 (NOTE) When the fixed data is put in the first and second rows, do not assign any color no. for the two rows and cast-off pattern. (Some exception) After completing the pattern, assign color nos. on the option lines to decide how many systems are to be used or which pulldown no. and stitch no. is to be used...etc. Note that there are some rules to assign commands on the option lines. (NOTE) When the fixed data is put in the first and second rows, do not assign any color no. for the two rows and cast-off pattern. (Some exception) 22
  29. 29. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE2) R1, R2: Jump Economizer CommandR1 : Jump economizer (inside)R2 : Jump economizer (outside) C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 1, 2 Repeat of pattern and controlPurpose The specification decides the range of the repeating part. When repeating parts are necessary inside of another repeating part, assign color nos. on the line R1 for the inside repeat and specify color nos. on the line R2 for the outside repeat. Give the no. of the repeating times when answering the inquiry of the auto program. When two different repeating parts are adjacent, put color nos. 1 and 2 respectively.Point - Do not put the specification on the last row of a pattern. - Specify color nos. in even no. - The first row of the jump economizer command and the next row of the command must have the same knitting structure. - The top row of specification on the R1 and R2 must not be the same. - This specification can be specified from the knit cancel line.To specify the jump economizer no. COLOR NO. CONTENTS R1, R2 11-41 Repeat of pattern and control (Economizer no.)Purpose Specify the following color nos. for the jump block economizer no. When color nos. 11-41 are specified for economizer command on the line R1 and R2, color nos. belong to the jump economizer no.Point Do not specify color nos. 1-4 together with color nos. 11-41. 23
  30. 30. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE3) R3: Yarn Carrier Change Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 1-127 Yarn carrier combination 1-127Purpose Specification for using some yarn carriers in a pattern. Combination of yarn carrier change can be made up to 127. (color nos. 1-127) Input yarn carrier no. in the inquiry in auto program processing.Point - Yarn carrier change command must be specified in even no. of knitting rows in a pattern. - Specify color nos. (1-127) on the entire line if any yarn carrier change is required. - Do not have color no. 0 on the line R3 within the pattern (Except for the line with the knit cancel command.) - Decide the range of each combination concerning to the starting / stopping positions of carriers. 24
  31. 31. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE4) R5: Knit Cancel Command[Knit cancel command] C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 1 Knit cancelPurpose Specification for omitting a knit process from knit & transfer, knit & stitch move, and knit & cross to perform only transfer.Point - The row with knit cancel command is processed within even no. course.[Carriage move command] C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 2 Carriage movePurpose Specification for adding an empty traverse. Carriage moves to the opposite side of the machine before knitting the next course.Point - Carriage move command activates before knitting the line in which the command is specified. - Carriage move command is specified to move the carriage to the opposite side when knit with other yarn is required but the carriage is on the opposite side. 25
  32. 32. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE[Independent carrier movement] C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 6 Independent carrier movement right 7 Independent carrier movement leftPoint - Specify on the line only with the color no. 216 or 217. - Specify the yarn carrier for independent carrier movement on the option line R3. - Specify the direction of carrier movement regardless of carriage direction. (Drawing example) 1 3 216 6 1 4 1 216 7 3 1 R3 R5 4 3 Independent carrier movement 4 3 4 Independent carrier movement 3 When the carrier moves independently, it moves before the control block with independent carrier movement command. For the details of independent carrier movement, see “Synchronous/Independent Carrier Movement” described later. 26
  33. 33. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE5) R6: Stitch / Leading Stitch No. Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 0 No. 5 (knit course) / No. 1 (empty course) 1-60 Nos. 1-60 +100 Transfer stitch cam addressPurpose - Specification for stitch no. or leading stitch no.Point - Stitch no. 1 is applied for the course which does not have knitting process. - On the course with +100, specified stitch no. is output on the knit and transfer courses. - Set the value on the controller of the knitting machine.6) R7: Sinker Reset ON Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 11 Press off error ON 200 Sinker reset ONPurpose The specification prevents the loop on the slider from interfering with the sinker on the opposite bed.Point (Color no. 11) - Specify on the line to cast off the fabric. - Press off error ON command is output on the specified line to check if the fabric drops in the course set on the “MACHINE TUNING” - “TUNING” on the operation screen of controller. (e.g.) In case of setting “5” for course no. on the operation screen of controller <-- 5th course --> 4th course Start of 2nd piece Check if 1st piece drops in this period End of 1st piece <-- 3rd course --> 2nd course Cast off <-- 11 1st course R7 (Color no. 200) Transfer may be unstable in case the loop on the slider interferes with the sinker on the opposite side when racking the back bed. In this case, specify this command in the line having transfer with option line L13 = 1 or 3. 27
  34. 34. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE7) R8: Yarn out Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 31 Yarn-outPurpose Normally, yarn-in and yarn-out is automatically output. Therefore, you do not have to specify. By specifying, however, you can output yarn-out in the desired course.Point - Yarn-in and yarn-out is automatically output in the following conditions: - in the course where the carrier for knitting is used for the first time. (auto yarn in) - in the course where the carrier for knitting is used for the last time. (auto yarn out) - the yarn of the carrier to be held by the yarn holding hook (auto yarn out) - in the course where the yarn end is passed between yarn inserting hook and yarn holding hook (auto yarn in / yarn out) - When using the carrier performing yarn out on purpose again, yarn in command is output automatically in the first course. - Specifying yarn out on purpose means: when passing the yarn end from yarn holding hook to yarn inserting hook, sometimes the yarn is across the yarn of the carrier which stops in the middle of the starting position of knitting depending on the carrier position. In this case, you can perform yarn out to the right end by specifying the yarn out for the carrier which stops in the middle. (Bad example) Yarn inserting hook Carrier no. 4 Carrier no. 3 Carrier for yarn in using yarn inserting hook Yarn is crossed. (NG) 28
  35. 35. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE(Good example) Yarn inserting hook Carrier no. 4 Carrier no. 3 Carrier for yarn in using yarn inserting hook 29
  36. 36. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE8) R9: Links Process Ignore Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 1 Links process ignorePurpose - Color no. 1 makes links process not to be performed. - Color no. 1 makes links process of the specified line not to be performed. C OLOR NO. CONTENTS (When selecting WG) Before/after knitting: auto transfer process 11 ignore (When selecting WG) Only before knitting: auto transfer process 12 ignore (When selecting WG) Only after knitting: auto transfer process 13 ignorePoint - Color nos. 11-13 does not perform auto transfer process with each system. By specifying in the same line as WG auto transfer command on the option line L13, auto transfer process before/after knitting system is limited.9) R10: Yarn Holding Hook Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 1-255 Holding hook action pattern 1-255Purpose - Activates yarn holding hook or cutter after processing the specified line.Point - You can specify the yarn holding hook action pattern for each specified color on the Auto Process Parameters. See “VII. AUTO PROCESS.” 30
  37. 37. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE10) R11: Fabric Presser Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 101 Fabric presser ONPurpose Prevents the loops from moving upward together with the needles. It may be effective when using on the tubular part after knitting the set up.Point - Front fabric presser is attached on the front carriage. Back fabric presser is moved by using the same rail as yarn inserting hook. Therefore, back fabric presser cannot be used while yarn inserting hook is used. - Once the back fabric presser is used, it moves together with the carriage until yarn inserting hook is used or up to the end of the pattern. - Front fabric presser and back fabric presser cannot be output simultaneously. Considering the following conditions, fabric presser is output with auto process in case of transfer and split stitch. Command Direction Front fabric presser Back fabric presser Front -> back (color no. 20, etc) x OTransfer (L13=0) Back -> front (color no. 30, etc) O x Transfer Front -> back -> front (color no. 6, etc) O *1) O (L13=1) (HD+RN) Back -> front -> back (color no. 8, etc) O O *2) HD+CNT Front -> back (color no. 20, etc) x O (L13=1) Back -> front (color no. 30, etc) O x Front -> back (color no. 20, etc) O *3) O *3) RN (L13=3) Back -> front (color no. 30, etc) O *3) O *3) Split stitch, Front -> back (color no. 101) x O front and back Back -> front (color no. 102) O x Split stitch, Front -> back -> front (color no. 106, etc) O *1) O lateral transfer Back -> front -> back (color no. 108, etc) O O *2) O: available x: not available*1) In case of back -> front, transfer is performed at the position w ithout fabric presser. Therefore, youcannot obtain the effect of fabric presser.*2) In case of front -> back, transfer is performed at the position w ithout fabric presser. Therefore, youcannot obtain the effect of fabric presser.*3) "Return" is performed at the position w ithout fabric presser. Therefore, you cannot obtain the effectof fabric presser. 31
  38. 38. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE11) R13: Stitch Range Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 1 or 2 Stitch range +10 Fixed stitch course no.Purpose Use this command to change the stitch value in the specified range gradually. By using this command, you do not have to specify with changing the stitch address (R6) for every course.Point (1 or 2) - Use 1 and 2 to distinguish each range when 2 ranges are adjacent. - The address specified for option line R6 of the first line of the specified range becomes the starting address. - The address specified for option line R6 of the last line of the specified range becomes the ending address. - The specification of R6 of the lines except for the first and last line is ignored. - The specification is ignored even if specified on the knit cancel line. - Considering the economizer no. (R1), it is output with auto process to the corresponding courses in the specified range. (+10) - Specify in the range specified with 1 or 2. With the specification 1, specify 11. With the specification 2, specify 12. - Specify the range to change the stitch value within the specified range. - Without +10 specification, process is performed with unit of 2 courses on the controller. (e.g.) Knitting starts with stitch value set on R6 stitch address 5 on the starting line in the specified range, and ends with stitch value set on R6 stitch address 3 on the ending line in the specified range. Course no. within the specified range is automatically calculated. Stitch value changes with unit of 4 courses according to the specification of R13=11. 51 3 52 1 51 1 52 51 11 52 51 52 5 1 R1 R6 R13 If changing the jump economizer no. specified in the line with stitch range on the controller, stitch may not be changed correctly in the specified range because the course no. in the stitch range and actual course no. are different. 32
  39. 39. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE12) R15: Yarn Inserting Hook Command C OLOR NO. CONTENTS 10 Only yarn inserting when starting knitting 11-19 Yarn inserting when starting knitting + tuck pattern 1-9 20 Only yarn inserting when finishing knitting 21-29 Yarn inserting when finishing knitting + tuck pattern 1-9Purpose Assign to hide the yarn end of starting and ending knitting inside of the fabric with yarn inserting hook.Point - Set the process on “YARN INSERT” in the Auto Process Parameters screen for the specification of option line R15. (For the details, see “YARN INSERT” in “AUTO PROCESS.”) - Specify the color no. 10 to hide the yarn end of staring knitting inside of the fabric. To hide the yarn end of set up inside of the fabric on finger tip, for example, normally specify option line R15=10. To hide the yarn end when changing the colors or after changing colors, specify 10 on the option line R15. To ensure to hide the yarn end inside, specify 11-19 on the option line R15. - To hide the yarn end when ending knitting, assign the color no. 20. To ensure to hide the yarn end inside, specify 21-29 on the option line R15 to assign the knitting contents for auto process.Note To use the yarn inserting hook, make sure to set the stitch / leading stitch no. 50 to 0. 33
  40. 40. V. SPECIFYING AND FUNCTION OF OPTION LINE (Table 1) Knitting position Original drawing Note 52 51 52 Knitting can be started 51 with going-left and going- Start 52 51 right. (any direction) When starting 3 10 knitting R15 52 When ending knitting, 51 When finishing 52 specify the color nos. 21- knitting 51 29 to insert yarn end From left 52 after tuck knitting. finger to When starting 51 right knitting 16 3 10 51 21 Knitting can be started finger 52 and ended with going-left 51 52 and going-right. (any direction) R15 52 When ending knitting, 51 specify the color nos. 21- 52 51 29 to insert yarn end From right 52 after tuck knitting. 51 finger to 3 10 left finger 51 Knitting can be started When starting 52 21 knitting 51 and ended with going-left 52 and going-right. (any R15 direction) Specify the yarn inserting When finishing knitting in the going right course 52 20 for ending with holding 51 End the yarn in yarn inserting 52 51 hook at the end. R15 (Note) Create the pattern ending with going left. 34

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