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What should be paid attention to when installing Intelligent Double-Headed Glove Knitting Machine 10G?

Installing an Intelligent Double-Headed Glove Knitting Machine 10G requires careful attention to ensure proper setup and safe operation. Here are some key points to consider during the installation process:

  1. Assembly Instructions: Follow the manufacturer's detailed assembly instructions step by step. Take your time to understand each part and how it fits together.

  2. Work Area: Choose a well-lit and spacious work area for the installation. Ensure there is enough space for the machine and for you to move around during the setup process.

  3. Safety Precautions: Prioritize safety during installation. Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety goggles and gloves.

  4. Stability: Set up the machine on a stable and level surface. Uneven surfaces can affect the machine's performance and cause unnecessary vibrations.

  5. Power Supply: Make sure the machine is placed near a suitable power supply, and the voltage matches the requirements specified by the manufacturer.

  6. Proper Alignment: Align the machine's components accurately during assembly. Proper alignment ensures smooth operation and minimizes wear on moving parts.

  7. Tension Adjustment: Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for adjusting yarn tension. Proper tension is essential for producing high-quality knitted gloves.

  8. Knitting Needles: Check that all knitting needles are correctly installed and in good condition. Damaged or bent needles should be replaced before use.

  9. Yarn Feeder Alignment: Ensure that yarn feeders are aligned properly to prevent any tangling or obstruction during knitting.

  10. Lubrication: Lubricate the machine's moving parts, as recommended by the manufacturer, to reduce friction and prolong the machine's lifespan.

  11. Test Run: Conduct a test run with scrap yarn before starting full production. Check for any irregularities in the knitting process and make necessary adjustments.

  12. Electrical Safety: Pay attention to the electrical connections, especially when dealing with motors and control panels. Ensure that all connections are secure and protected from damage.

  13. Operator Training: If you are not familiar with operating knitting machines, consider receiving training from the manufacturer or an experienced operator. Proper training ensures safe and efficient machine operation.

  14. Maintenance Schedule: Establish a regular maintenance schedule to keep the machine in optimal working condition. Clean the machine regularly and perform any necessary maintenance tasks.

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