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        1. Motor Number.1 [mitsubishi limi-stopZ servo motor]

          Here is another picture from the Brother DB2-B791-015, pre-re-configuration. This is a 3 phase servo motor which some people consider to be the high tech of industrial sewing machines. Because this motor is considered so important, it will guide the first several posts. However, as you will see in some pictures it is no longer being used. A standard clutch motor has instead taken the job. This motor is a Mitsubishi Limi-StopZ Servo motor. It is hard to tell exactly how old it is, and unfortunately there is no witness on the Brother’s account that it runs – due to many issues which will be answered in time.

          Test [introduction to brother db2-b791-015]

          This is only a test to attest that this “weblog” works and will function on its own. if all is well, then this area should become a place of discourse surrounding a particular Brother DB2-B791-015 industrial (compound) needle feed sewing machine. Sometimes it may trail off into other categories or what have you, but for the time being it is for the Brother. As information and news are posted consider that they may be in non-linear order. In other words, to better understand how this machine works and why, you will have to take time to find posts from several days ago, or possibly wait for another ten to be written before a question may be answered. Everyday something new may come to light, and those things may not answer what was asked the day before. Hopefully in the not so distant future there will be a way to help catalog the inquiries – but for now, simple categories will do. If all else fails, so be it.