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Exceed Series. Decorative Stitch Patterns The Exceed series also has a Decorative Pattern menu where intricate patterns can be selected. The Exceed Quilt & Pro Special F-600 has 72 patterns in this menu. Exceed Series. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Exceed Training

Welcome to the Exceed Decorative Sewing Training Or Session 3

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Decorative Stitch Patterns

The Exceed series also has a Decorative Pattern menu where intricate patterns can be selected.

The Exceed Quilt & Pro Special F-600 has 72 patterns in this menu.

Decorative Stitch Patterns

The Exceed series also has a Decorative Pattern menu where intricate patterns can be selected.

The Exceed Quilt & Pro Special F-600 has 72 patterns in this menu.

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Decorative Stitch Patterns

The Exceed Quilt & Pro F-400 The Exceed Home Deco F-300 has 49 patterns in this menu. has 20 patterns in this menu.

Decorative Stitch Patterns

The Exceed Quilt & Pro F-400 has 49 patterns in this menu. The Exceed Home Deco F-300 has 20 patterns in this menu

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Decorative Stitch Patterns

To open the Decorative Pattern menu press: +

When the Decorative Pattern menu option is highlightedpress OK to select.

Look at the machine LCD screen.

The stitch width for this stitch isset to 6.0mm.

The stitch length is set to 19.8mm.

19.8mm represents the total length of one sewn pattern.

Decorative Stitch Patterns

To open the Decorative Pattern menu press the Other Patterns Key and the left arrow.

When the Decorative Pattern menu option is highlighted press OK to select.

Look at the machine LCD screen.

The stitch width for this stitch is set to 6.0mm.

The stitch length is set to 19.8mm.

19.8mm represents the total length of one sewn pattern.

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Decorative Stitch Patterns

Press the number + and a new pattern willdisplay.

Decorative Quilt Patterns and Decorative Stitch Patterns can be Mirrored.

Press the Mirror Key and then look at the machine LCD.

Align one seam line of the block with the center positionon the Manual Buttonhole (I) presser foot and begin sewing.

When you reach the end of the seam, press the Reverse key and trim the top and bobbin threads.

Decorative Stitch Patterns

Press the number 5 and the number 0 and a new pattern will display.

Decorative Quilt Patterns and Decorative Stitch Patterns can be Mirrored.

Press the Mirror Key and then look at the machine LCD.

Align one seam line of the block with the center position on the Manual Buttonhole (I) presser foot and begin sewing.

When you reach the end of the seam, press the Reverse key and trim the top and bobbin threads.

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One Point and Continuous Patterns

The Exceed series machines have special sewing patterns called One Point patterns.

The Exceed Quilt Pro & Special F-600 has 38 One Point patterns.

One Point and Continuous Patterns

The Exceed series machines have special sewing patterns called One Point patterns.

The Exceed Quilt Pro & Special F-600 has 38 One Point patterns.

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One Point and Continuous Patterns

The Exceed Quilt & Pro F-400 The Exceed Home Deco F-300 has 33 patterns in this menu. has 18 patterns in this menu.

One Point and Continuous Patterns

The Exceed Quilt & Pro F-400 has 33 patterns in this menu.The Exceed Home Deco F-300 has 18 patterns in this menu.

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One Point and Continuous Patterns

To access the One Point Patterns press:

When the menu displays on the LCDscreen, the One Point Pattern optionis selected by default.

Press the OK key activate this menu.

One Point and Continuous Patterns

To access the One Point Patterns press the One Point Pattern key.

When the menu displays on the LCD screen, the One Point Pattern option is selected by default.

Press the OK key activate this menu.

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One Point and Continuous Patterns

You will be required to enter a patternnumber once the menu is active.

Press the numbers 0 and 7 to selectthe first stitch pattern.

The pattern will display on the LCD screen.

The One Point Patterns are in combine mode automatically.

They are also in One Point Sewing mode automatically.

One Point and Continuous Patterns

You will be required to enter a pattern number once the menu is active.

Press the numbers 0 and 7 to select the first stitch pattern.

The pattern will display on the LCD screen.

The One Point Patterns are in combine mode automatically.

They are also in One Point Sewing mode automatically.

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One Point and Continuous Patterns

Look at the LCD screen.

The selected pattern displays on thescreen.

There is a cursor next to the pattern.

There is a new option displaying onthe screen.

This tells you how many characters have been added to the pattern and how many characters can be added to the pattern at one time.

In this case this is pattern 1 and we can add 70 patterns total.

One Point and Continuous Patterns

Look at the LCD screen.

The selected pattern displays on the screen. CLICK

There is a cursor next to the pattern.

There is a new option displaying on the screen. CLICKThis tells you how many characters have been added to the pattern and how many characters can be added to the pattern at one time.

In this case this is pattern 1 and we can add 70 patterns total.

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One Point and Continuous Patterns

Press the numbers 1 + 7 to selectthe next pattern.

The new pattern displays on the screenand the cursor moves to the next position.

The MEM option shows 2 of 70 patternshave been entered.

We have created a combined pattern. One Point and Continuous Patterns

Press the numbers 1 + 7 to select the next pattern.

The new pattern displays on the screen and the cursor moves to the next position. CLICK

The MEM option shows 2 of 70 patterns have been entered. CLICK

We have created a combined pattern.

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One Point and Continuous Patterns

Lets complete the pattern. Press the numbers 0 + 7 to add another pattern.

Your screen should look similar to this:

Press the Mirror Key to Mirror the newly added pattern.

Your screen should look similar to this:

Press the 1+7 keys and add the last pattern.

The pattern should look similar to this:

One Point and Continuous Patterns

Lets complete the pattern. Press the numbers 0 + 7 to add another pattern.

Your screen should look similar to this: CLICK

Press the Mirror Key to Mirror the newly added pattern.

Your screen should look similar to this: CLICK

Press the 1+7 keys and add the last pattern.

The pattern should look similar to this: CLICK

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Saving Patterns to Memory

Combined patterns can be saved to memory with the push of a button.

Locate the Save/Recall Memory folder below the keypad.

Press the Save/Recall Key and the savefolders will appear on the screen.

Use the arrows to select the folder you wish to save the pattern to.

When the folder is select press OK to select the folder.

Saving Patterns to Memory

Combined patterns can be saved to memory with the push of a button.

Locate the Save/Recall Memory folder below the keypad.

Press the Save/Recall Key and the save folders will appear on the screen.

Use the arrows to select the folder you wish to save the pattern to.

When the folder is select press OK to select the folder.

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Saving Patterns to Memory

When the folder is selected theSave/Recall menu will open.

If this is the first pattern to be saved to the selected folder, onlythe Save option will be available.

Press the OK key to save the file.

The LCD will return to the Folder menu.

Press to return to the sewing screen.

Saving Patterns to Memory

When the folder is selected the Save/Recall menu will open.

If this is the first pattern to be saved to the selected folder, only the Save option will be available. CLICK

Press the OK key to save the file.

The LCD will return to the Folder menu and display the contents of the selected folder on the LCD screen. CLICK

Press Clear to return to the sewing screen.

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Recalling Patterns from Memory

Turn the Juki Exceed off.

Turn the Juki Exceed back on.

Press the Save/Recall Key.

When the menu displays on the LCDscreen select the Recall Option.

Use the arrow keys to select the folder where the pattern was saved.

Press OK to open the pattern.

Recalling Patterns from Memory

Turn the Juki Exceed off.

Turn the Juki Exceed back on.

Press the Save/Recall Key.

When the menu displays on the LCD screen select the Recall Option. CLICK

Use the arrow keys to select the folder where the pattern was saved. CLICK

Press OK to open the pattern.

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Because there was a stitch pattern available on the mach