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Why do the 1B2 stops occur without being setup to stop? Sometimes they happen several times.I use 1B2 for puff stuff, but not in the files where it mysteriously happens.

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When programming the needles, do you sometimes program the same needle twice?  This would cause a 1B2 error.

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When I'm designing I use many colors to make seeing easy and then set the colors to the same color in the machine. The 1B2 needs to be avoided. How?

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"1B2" message is shown when a color changing on Tajima machines. When you make a design you use many colors so the design file has included many STOP commands. That is why when you sew the design with a Tajima machine, Tajima machine shows "1B2"( = STOP for Color changing)  

You can use many colors during making a design  for your own purpose but when finishing the design, you should unify those many colors for the final numbers of color you really use for the production.

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When programming the needles, do you sometimes program the same needle twice? This would cause a 1B2 error

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So the first color sews and then the B1 sets a stop, I have tried to turn it off and I have the AC and AS settings on yes.  I've gone into my software and it doesn't show I added a stop either.  driving me nuts

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