Re: Re To thread cutter

Jim Stutsman

Cutting the thread involves several separate operations all initiated by software. It's extremely unlikely that this is a malfunction. In the past I have seen this happen when a design has a lot of stitches, typically satin, that are longer than 1.27cm (about 1/2"). The machine treats them as jumps, and if cutting jump stitches is turned on it will do exactly what your machine is doing. Turn off jump cutting and the problem should go away.

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