HatoriKun

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  1. HatoriKun

    Opinions on new Patch/Shoe Machines

    If price is not a big deal! Get a new Claes 8346 for sure. But be aware that Spare part prices is ...Was about to say as exspensive as Adler parts. ...Can tell you! New hook! sub class 30 is in USD $300,- range
  2. HatoriKun

    Manual/Literature for Claes 8345/43

    I will post it up soon. Problem is the cab on max upload to this forum... Inventory in .PDF 8345 - Part list 8346 - Manual - Part list 9345 - Part list 9346 - Part list Claes Elastik I to III - Manual Claes Elastik RPX - Manual Talk on daily basis with Constabulary. He will email me what he got He is the "Go to guy" when it comes to literature on older machines.
  3. Greetings everyone... Would any one happen too have scans of service manual for Claes 8345/43 (either rebrandet Pfaff 9345/9346, Metro Spezial 8345/8346, textima 8345/8346)? Already got the manual + part list for 8346 and part list for 8345 from Claes. So no need to link me to their homepage. Any other scans would be nice to have(nice to have, not need to have)
  4. HatoriKun

    Shoepatcher On Steriods

    Ooh...Hopefully some one else will continue. Forgot to say with the Emblem´s. They all look similar! What you need to look for is what is in the crest. ...S with a D in the top of the crest (Carl Schmidt & Nikolaus Dürkopp). ...S in the crest (Carl Schmidt). ...C & H (Carl Schmidt & Hengstenberg). Now who have what patent on the machines...Not sure
  5. HatoriKun

    Mystery Machine

    It´s an Anker Werke. Picture with the smoking chimneys are Anker Werke in Bielefeld (Hugo Hengstenberg & Carl Schmidt). Hence the C&H in the logo...
  6. HatoriKun

    Shoepatcher On Steriods

    Hugo Hengstenberg leather patcher You will find logo That will look the same. Some with D & S or S & H or just the D or H. Carl Schmidt & Nikolaus Dürkopp started out together after they left Carl Baer & Heinrich Koch and designed their own machines. Later on Carl Schmidt left Nikolaus Dürkopp and worked with Hugo Hengstenberg. And finally Carl Schmidt left Hengstenberg to work for Singer company. Confusing ? Baer & Rempel (Phoenix), Koch & Co, Dürkopp & Schmidt, Dürkopp, C Schmidt, C Schmidt & Hengstenberg and finally Hengstenberg & CO (later changed to Anker-Werke AG), Dürkopp & Adler. It all started in Bielefeld... Sole survivor today is Dürkopp. I do stand corrected if any one else jumps in here.
  7. HatoriKun

    Mystery Machine

    You will find logo That will look the same. Some with D & S or S & H or just the D. The reason for the S & D is because Carl Schmidt & Nikolaus Dürkopp started out together after they left Carl Baer & Heinrich Koch and designed their own machines. Later on Carl Schmidt left Nikolaus Dürkopp and worked with Hengstenberg. And finally Carl Schmidt left Hengstenberg to work for Singer company. Confusing ? Koch & Co, Dürkopp & Schmidt, Dürkopp, C Schmidt & Hengstenberg and finally Dürkopp & Adler. It all started in Bielefeld.
  8. HatoriKun

    Shoepatcher On Steriods

    Not sure what the end of the story is. But what i can tell you guys! Is that it´s an Dürkopp and Schmidt logo pre 1860`ìsh.