Equipment Information: Babylock Alliance Embroidery Machine
The Baby Lock Alliance embroidery machine is a single-needle, free-arm embroidery machine lets users embroider in tight quarters and on three-dimensional surfaces. There is also a brightly lit work area and a full color touch screen located on the right side of the machine. This touch screen allows users to control all the embroidery functions of this machine while it is in use.
Please read these safety instructions before attempting to use the machine.
- Always unplug the machine from the electrical outlet immediately after using, when cleaning, when making any user servicing adjustments mentioned in this manual, or if you are leaving the machine unattended.
- Always pay close attention to the needle. Do not use bent or damaged needles.
- Special care is required around the machine needle. While the machine is in operation, keep your hands away from all the moving parts; otherwise, injuries may result.
- Switch the machine to the symbol “O” position to turn it off when making any adjustments in the needle area.
- Do not use a damaged or incorrect needle plate, as it could cause the needle to break.
- Do not eat or drink near the power outlet where the machine may be plugged in.
- Never operate the machine with any air openings blocked. Keep ventilation openings of the machine free from the buildup of lint, dust, and loose cloth.
- Do not use the included scissors or seam ripper in any other way than how they are intended. In addition, when opening a hole with the seam ripper, do not place your hands or fingers in the cutting path, otherwise injuries may result if the seam ripper slips.
- Do not try to disassemble, repair or alter this machine in any way, otherwise a fire, electric shock or injuries may result.
Navigate through the guide to learn how to properly and safely use the Babylock Alliance Embroidery Machine. In-person training with a staff member is recommended and available in the Makerspace as well.
Babylock Alliance Embroidery Machine Instruction and Reference Guide