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Troubleshooting methods for automatic sewing equipment

Troubleshooting methods for automatic sewing equipment

eliminateAutomated sewing equipmentThe common failure methods currently include reference method, cross-reference method, sequential inspection method, isolation analysis method and step-by-step debugging method. Among them, the reference method is to consult materials with certain reference value such as technical service manuals, operation manuals, and parts samples related to automated sewing equipment. This can prevent us from making detours during the overhaul process, make up for the negligence in the maintenance work, and have the dual functions of action guidance and memory bank.


The cross-contrast method is essentially the same as the reference method, except that the referenced materials are different. It is compared with similar automated sewing equipment in normal use, and by comparing the geometric position and positional relationship of the corresponding parts to find out the noise, Problems such as heavy weight, improper movement or improper operation are the cause. This method can accurately find out the cause of the malfunction of the automated sewing equipment.

The sequential inspection method is mainly to check one by one according to the assembly sequence of the parts reflecting the abnormal actions of the automatic sewing equipment, and then find or get the real cause of the failure. However, as the mechanical mechanism becomes more and more complicated, the difficulty of this maintenance method is gradually increasing, and it becomes more and more troublesome. Therefore, only when the above two conditions are not available, the automatic sewing equipment can be repaired by this method.

The isolation analysis method refers to the isolation of the automatic sewing equipment during operation according to the functional system, and the separation and isolation method is used to analyze the real causes of undesirable phenomena such as noise, heavy objects or moving dead spots as soon as possible.

In addition to the above-mentioned methods for troubleshooting the automated sewing equipment, step-by-step debugging can also detect equipment failures. This method can be used when we do not have the conditions for reference and comparison, are not familiar with the basic knowledge of the equipment, and have to overhaul the automation equipment. After full consideration and analysis, by replacing a certain part or changing the geometric mechanism of the part, it can be restored to its original state without damage; then the relative positional relationship of some parts is changed. 2. The axis in the three-dimensional space. If it is unsuccessful, the original state of the automated sewing equipment must be restored immediately, that is, the original parts, original geometric figures, and original position dimensions; then the next step can be performed until the purpose is reached. All of these must be performed safely in manual mode after the power is off, and can not be performed too fast to avoid loss.