In practice embroidery, thread breakage is probably the most common problem. Precisely this issue that slows production, and therefore it is extremely high costs, can have some causes, which occasionally have nothing to do with the embroidery thread. View embroidery machine reviews here
If you experience a repeated break original thread suddenly and can be ruled out as causes a problem of quality embroidery thread, you should consider the following points:
- Programs are pecking and use of auxiliary materials, such as interlinings for embroidery quality support material.
The machines should be found, technically speaking, in an optimal state, if possible. In this, it is not a criterion seniority or the brand of the machine. It is rather the state in detail: cleaning guidewires; cleaning tap capsules; the correct adjustment precision voltage regulator thread; guidewires without burrs and undamaged embroidery needles.
If wire breaks over and over again on the same machine head occur, since the case even it is always only one place embroidery (needle position on changes in color), then it could be problems mechanical, which first would have to make an adjustment control voltage embroidery threads and bobbin.
2. Programs are pecking and use of auxiliary materials, such as interlinings for embroidery quality support material.
Does the pecking program is appropriately scheduled for embroidery thread thicknesses used?
If the answer is yes: the embroidery is done with the quality of material, which was initially set for the program development pecking? Do disturb thread breaks are only in certain parts of the similar design, or only one or some heads?
Stitch density: it has to be the consistent thickness of thread with the kind of fabric to be embroidered and, where appropriate, with the stabilization method (interlining embroidery) intended to be used. If a thicker fabric, fabric another kind of structure, and perhaps used for this more adhesive quality interlining too thick or even several layers of interlining, then the yarn breakage is likely embroidering.
Although embroidery threads or bobbin are suitable for the fabric, these also are possible causes of error. If you are always the same positions, in which yarn breakage occur with multiple heads, then one bad jump stitch placed can be the cause of a wire break. Discuss the problem with the person who developed the program, change the particular function or reduce the stitch density if it has a program to make adjustments.
If you improve the quality of embroidery thread with the same thickness of thread, embroidering a design done for a common thread depth with a wire, then the problem can be remedied, for example, with a change of needle or also a reduced stitch density, and the moment a change of thread tension.
Tufting, “mountains” of bobbin thread under certain locations, i.e., the appearance of bobbin thread at the front of the embroidery (recommend using, wire bobbin longer thread MADEIRA, of which, we have free samples available). Always observe a defective embroidery from the back, the golden rule says: With the flat point, the visible part of the bobbin thread should represent approx. 1/3 of the total width of the flat end; This is an important principle for adjusting thread tension.
Depending on the fabric and thread thickness, the choice of another needle with a different tip can also often help eliminate wire breakage. Use MADEIRA needles; in the color charts, you will find instructions for using the corresponding needles.
If the tip of the needle is fragile and very dense or thick fabric, then it is likely that the embroidery thread does not pass well through the material; small needles with ball tip, which can further open these materials can be of great help to avoid yarn breaks.
If you are starting to embroider with metallic threads, use new needles, smaller faults in the needles could cause unnecessary problems.
Yarn breaks can also have other causes: improper storage or aging embroidery threads; Never store clothes in sunny or high-temperature places, embroidery threads need a certain humidity, so that not and do not lose from cracking their guaranteed strength properties. Adequately protect the threads, keeping them in their original packaging.
Hope you find useful information in this article. Good luck!