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Class: 1962

Dual Purpose Workstation for BORDERS & GUSSETS, Over/Under Design

125 FPM of border serging both sides @ 4 SPI
No mechanical jack shaft drive

  • Dual electronic servo drive motors with needle positioning
  • Uses two conventional overlock sewing heads
  • Interchangeable sewing heads, need only one set of replacement parts
  • Load and unload from front position
  • Material capacity: 0″ – 36″ according to machine class
  • Turn off sewing head for single serging
  • Needle positioning (no synchronizer required)
  • Electronic thread break detection
  • Variable tensioning of border material
  • Servo drive variable speed puller with long-lasting urethane rollers
  • Stops automatically for material splice
  • Foot pedal activation for splicing and servicing
  • Border may be serged without edge trim
18″ 36″
Max sewing speed (rpm) 6000
Factory preset speed (rpm) 5000
Max stitch length (spi) 4
Needle system SNB27140
Needle size 22/140
Weight of material MEDIUM
Voltage (v/ph/hz) 220V 1PH 60HZ
Current (amps) 10
Motor type EFKA DC
Air pressure (psi) 80
Air consumption (cfm) 24
Shipping weight (lbs) 1200 1800
Shipping dimensions (w/l/h, inch) 62 x 96 x 57 62 x 96 x 75

125 Feet Per Min. at 4SPI

Single Needle 502 Two Thread Overlock Box Type Bottom Feed and Top Puller Edge Trimmer Needle Thread Monitor Looper, Crossline

1961-650 – Yardage counter
1961-650A – Preset yardage counter
1961112 – Flange front assembly
1961-KIT10 Border joining chainstitch

The operator loads the border through the front tension assembly and uses the foot pedal to sew it through the sergers. Activating the puller lift switch opens the puller, the cloth is inserted between the rollers and the switch closes the puller.

The operator places the cloth between the spindle rods on the winder and presses the start button. The unit automatically serges all the material on the roll or in the bin and automatically stops when the end of the material is sensed. The unit stops with the trailing edge of the material held by the front tension assembly so that the leading edge of the next band can be easily spliced. The finished width of the goods being sewn can be adjusted by turning a crank and moving the left serger. A scale is provided which indicates the finished width of the goods being sewn.