Knitting Machine Troubleshooting Hints

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM Knitting Machine Lubrication Knitting Machine Tips By Judy

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM

AVOID A MAJOR PROBLEM - Knitting Machine Tips  By Judy One of the biggest and most frustrating problems a machine knitter can face is that of a damaged needle channel. A damaged channel can be seen as a small nick our gouge in the side of the needle channel. This slight gouge will cause the needle to be stopped as it is trying to move up in the channel. This will bring the locks to a sudden and complete stop. In other words, the locks jam. The cause of a bad needle channel is simple.  As the needle tries to...

Read more →


How To Do Intarsia Knitting

Best Video on Intarsia Knitting - video How to do Intarsia Knitting - video

How To Do Intarsia Knitting

How To Do Intarsia Knitting By Judy   Many knitting kits require a knitting technique called "Intarsia". It is sometimes called picture knitting, because the technique is an easy way to add a knitted picture to your knitting such as a Santa to your Christmas stocking. When first starting, the technique can be confusing if not taught properly so we are including a really good video by Berrocco on how to do it. This video is the best I have seen on how to do it. "How to do Intarsia knitting - https://youtu.be/oCx-uKrWmt4" When adding a Santa or some other...

Read more →


Troubleshooting Knitting Machine Problems

AVOID A MAJOR KNITTING MACHINE PROBLEM Knitting Machine Problem FAQ Knitting Machine Tips By Judy

Troubleshooting Knitting Machine Problems

The problems listed here are the most common knitting machine problems. If you still have questions and are in the USA, you can text us at 321-961-2801 (10am-4pm Monday thru Saturday - Eastern time zone) and we will get back to you ASP.  Also, you need to E-mail us - Email to knittingcloset33@gmail.com and we will reply as soon as we are able. If you are in the USA,  please include a phone number and we will do out best to call you back - just let us know a time slot that is the best for you. Thank you!

Read more →


Timing Belt Installation Hints

Timing Belt Installation Hints

Take the belt connecting pin such that it is on the inside and place it on the belt cover (right grove fitting onto the rotary encoder as shown in the figure 14-14) Turn the rotary encoder pulley by the rib and pull out the rear tail side. When turning the rotary encoder, be certain not to turn it by the comb. On the left side, similarly, place the belt so that the long hole in it is matched to the notch in the pulley and pull out to the rear rail side. Pull both ends of the belt together so...

Read more →


SPONGE BAR INSTALLATION HINTS FOR PLASTIC BED MODELS

Items needed: Phillips head screwdriver Flat blade screwdriver Cleaning brush (old toothbrush works great) Denatured Alcohol for cleaning     Put machine on flat surface Turn machine upside down Remove screws and clamps holding in needles and sponge bar Remove needles from machine – needles will want to fall out so be sure not to loose any. Remove old sponge bar Important - Clean sponge bar slot. Use alcohol/water 50/50 mix if necessary Install new sponge bar with fiber covering down/up position (not sideways) Clean needles with a mix of alcohol and a tablespoon of knitting machine oil. Reinstall needles,...

Read more →