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

Laying out Knitted piece

Suppose that, using both jacquard motifs, a Knitted piece is to be put together in the following manner across the machine:

     1) 20 needles ground colour

     2) 5 times jacquard motif 1

     3) 4 times jacquard motif 2

     4) 5 times jacquard motif 1

     5) 20 needles ground colour

According to these instructions a graph would be drawn for a Knitted piece. The separate motifs would be placed together as a complete pattern. A drawn graph is however, not necessary:

Sintral itself constructs the graph from your instruction: as an example:

110 PA:20. 5JA1 4JA2 5JA1 20.;

PA: means: Pattern pack arrangement

20. means: 20 needls ground colour "."

5JA1 means: 5 times jacquard motif 1

4JA2 means: 4 times jacquard motif 2

5JA1 means: 5 times jacquard motif 1

20. means: 20 needles "."

; . means: Instruction ends, the ”;” must be given.

Sintral allows instruction in the pattern width with upto 510 needles.

Non-instructed needles (e.g. the rest) always have the ground colour ".

Another example:

100 PA:20. 5CJA1 JA2) 2(3. 3A) 5(JA2 JA1) 20A;

means:

1) 20 needles ground colour

2) 5 times alternately JA1 and JA2

3) 2 times alternately 3. 3A (...AAA)

4) 5 times alternately JA2 and JA1

5) 20 needles colour "A”

PA: can be re-selected in the Knitted piece as often as desired

Thus far we have only decided how each piece should be laid - out.

The machine must also be told, how often we wish the machine to Knit this piece across the bed.

 

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