Gammill Not Doing Proper Amount of Lock Stitches or Stopping Down

Gammill Machines have a switch that controls how the needle stops. Single Stitch will make the machine take a full stitch, while Needle Position will make the machine take half stitches. The robot acts as if a person were standing at the back handlebars and pressing the buttons to perform needle ups, and engage stitching. However the rear handlebars are set is how the Robot will control it If the machine is doing half stitches from the rear handlebars, then the robot will do half stitches as well. In order for the Robot to work properly with the Gammill machine, the Needle Positioning Switch at the rear of the machine must be set to Single Stitch or in the up position.

Gammill Needle Pos

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