This is a professional electronic PDF download version of the Elna PRO 5 DC/DE sewing machine owner manual.
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This Elna PRO 5 DC/DE sewing machine owner contains the following sections:
- main parts
- changing the needle
- preparation for threading
- selection of stitches
- threading the machine
- changing the thread
- test sewing
- adjusting the thread tensions
- adjusting the stitch length
- adjusting the differential feed
- positioning of cutter blade
- sewing extra heavy fabric
- adjusting the pressure of presser foot
- sewing with accessories
- other sewing application
- computer display sewing guide
- stitch selection chart
- fabric, stitches, threads, needles and machine setting
- upper looper release lever
- cause of and remedies for minor disorder
Manual details, specs and technical data:
Type: owners manual
Model specifications: PRO 5 DC/DE / Elna International Corp. S.A
Manual Language: English
Manual format: PDF - manual / e-book (zip)
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This version is the same manual used by sewing machine service technicians for service, maintenance and repairs.
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A sewing machine utilizes string to fasten at least two layers of material together. As basic as that sounds, the cycle is practically mystical to watch. Indeed, even the most fundamental machines can do a straight fasten, crisscross, and some enlivening lines. To some degree, all the more stunning, is that the cycle is almost indistinguishable for each kind of line. Numerous individuals are stunned when they ask, "What does a sewing machine do another way to make different types of lines?" The appropriate response is "Practically nothing."
Watching the sewing machine work at the sewing bed simply seems like the needle takes care of the string down through the opening and back up. It's the activity going on underneath the sewing bed that makes a line occur. There, a snare pivot conveys the string from the bobbin inside the string circle conveyed somewhere near the needle. The needle helps the string through the layers of material and the bobbin string makes sure about it so the layers are held immovably together.
Anyway, what does a sewing machine do any other way when you utilize a crisscross setting? Just the upper bit of the machine alters course to make the crisscross. The lower part of the machine consistently stays fixed. The machine shifts the shaft too and for to make the fastens go from side-to-side. Contingent upon the settings you pick, the distance the needle goes to and fro will decide how wide the crisscross line is. To fasten length decides how close the join is.