How do I thread an industrial sewing machine?
Take the thread through the metal loop on the far left of the machine and down to the needle area. Push the thread around the square metal piece above the needle and then through the needle itself. Thread the needle from front to back and leave a tail of at least six inches of thread behind the needle.
Why does my industrial sewing machine thread keep breaking?
Review the top thread tension. The needle could be deflected from too much tension causing the hook to strike the thread, rather than grasping. Excessive tension can also cause the thread to flatten out in the tension discs or knot up before the tension discs.
How do you put thread in a Juki sewing machine?
How to Thread a Juki Industrial Sewing Machine
- Step 1: Orientation.
- Step 2: Winding the Bobbin.
- Step 3: Installing the Bobbin.
- Step 4: Threading the Top Thread.
- Step 5: Installing & Threading the Needle.
- Step 6: Bringing Up the Bobbin Thread.
- Step 7: Installing the Foot.
- Step 8: Sew a Sample.
What does the thread tension dial do on a sewing machine?
By thread tension, we mean the amount of thread that can pass through the machine to create the stitch. The more thread in the stitch, then the looser the stitch. The less thread, then the tighter the stitch. Top thread tension is controlled by a dial on the machine’s thread path.
What is buttonhole machine?
A buttonholer is an attachment for a sewing machine which automates the side-to-side and forwards-and-backwards motions involved in sewing a buttonhole.
Why is my thread breaking on my Juki sewing machine?
Excessive tension can also cause the thread to flatten out in the tension discs or knot up before the tension discs. Ensure tension is balanced. If top tension needs to be tight, bottom tension should be reduced as much as possible. Tension should only be enough to get a good looking seam.