How to maintain computerized lock stitch multi-needle quilting machine


YuTeng Machinery




2021-09-15 00:00


The key to maintaining your computerized  lock stitch multi-needle quilting machine is regular cleaning and maintenance.

Here are some recommended maintenance steps:

Shutdown and power outage: Before starting cleaning, make sure the quilting machine is turned off and unplugged to ensure safe operation.

Clean the outer shell: Use a soft cloth to gently wipe the outer shell of your quilting machine to remove dust and dirt. Avoid using cleaners containing chemicals to avoid damaging the fuselage.

Clean the dust on the electrical control box regularly: Use a small brush or air gun to remove dust and fibers from the computer electrical control box and wiring. Make sure electrical control boxes are clean to ensure their proper operation.

Lubricate moving parts: Use an appropriate machine oil or lubricant to lubricate the moving parts of your quilting machine, such as rails, bearings, and gears. Consult your quilting machine's owner's manual to find out which parts need lubrication and what type of lubricant to use.

Replace needles: Replace the needles of your quilting machine regularly to ensure neat quilting stitches. The needles will wear out after being used for a period of time, which will affect the quality of the quilting.

Regular maintenance: Carry out regular maintenance based on frequency of use and recommendations for your quilting machine. This may include cleaning and lubrication, as well as inspections and adjustments to other parts of the machine.

Pay attention to the usage environment: Place the quilting machine in a dry, clean environment, away from direct sunlight and water. Avoid placing your quilting machine in areas that are dusty, humid, or hot, as these conditions may adversely affect the performance and life of your quilting machine.

Please note, be sure to read and follow your quilting machine's owner's manual and manufacturer's recommendations before performing any maintenance or servicing. If you are unsure about the maintenance of your quilting machine, it is recommended to consult a professional technician or the quilting machine manufacturer's customer support service.