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CNCA -3KT. Programming manual.(Chapter 2)

Knitting with jacquard

Also in the jacquard area Sintral offers quite new possibilities. Example for a jacquard input.

Line numbers here can also be omitted optionally:

1200 ....A....

1202 ...AYA...

1204 ..AY.YA..

1206 .AY.A.YA.

1208 AY.AYA.YA

1210 .AY.A.YA.

1212 ..AY.YA..

1214 A..AYA..A

1216 AA..A..AA


This diagram example for a jacquard input could be a 3 colour jacquard or a structure pattern.

Jacquard information is simply provided with a line number (1000-1999) and typed. Each 'colour' has its own symbol e.g.

.        = GROUND COLOUR



Lines need not be arranged like jacquard cards in go-not go information; this is done automatically by Sintral.

Altogether eight different 'colour' symbols can be used in one line.

These are:

. A Y * T I + O

The use of these symbols can be chosen by you, as you wish. We recommend:

.         =   Ground colour or ground for structured patterns.

A       =   1 st contrast colour

Y       =   2nd contrast colour

*       =   3rd contrast colour

T       =   Transfer, or stitch transfer

(When you use the symbol '0' as in October, be careful not to confuse it in the input with the figure '0' = nil).

Jacquard diagram No.1

1200 ....A....

1202 ...AYA...

1204 ..AY.YA..

1206 .AY.A.YA.

1208 AY.AYA.YA

1210 .AY.A.YA.

1212 ..AY.YA..

1214 A..AYA..A

1216 AA..A..AA

If this jacquard pattern is now Knitted as a 3 colour jacquard, then the knitting instruction is:

135 << S:.-R/A-R/Y-R;                               Y:2/3/4;          T1  S1    S2

140 >>                                                                                     T1  S1    S2

T1 Knits         symbol  ‘.’                                              therefore, the ground colour with feeder      2

S1 Knits         symbol  ‘A’   the first contrast colour with feeder 3

S2 Knits         symbol.     ‘Y’                                      the second contrast colour with feeder 4

The systems Knit the given jacquard symbol on the front, but                                         R-R on the rear.

The instruction has not yet been given of which jacquard lines are to be used for the pattern. For this input there is a simple solution in Sintral.

Sintral treats the definition of jacquard diagrams as a unit.

With it Sintral can, for example, maKe the jump bacK from the last to the first jacquard information automatically.


100 JA1=1208(1200-1216)     C  JACQUARD DIAGRAM  .1

The jacquard diagram 1 is defined by JA1=1208 is the line on which we begin

(1200 is the first line of the jacquard motif

-1216) is the last line of the jacquard motif

If 100 rounds of this pattern are tn be knitted, then the following input is enough:

100  JA1=1208(1200-1216)

125  REP*100            C100 REPEATS = 100 ROUNDS

135 << S:<1-> .-R/A-R/Y-R;        Y:2/3/4; T1   S1  S2

140 >>                                                       T1   S1  S2

145  REPEND            C REPEAT ENDS



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