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  1. Hey Guys, I am hoping this is a good place to get some information. My uncle is having me try to sell two industrial sewing machines he has in his garage, I know these were used for doing vehicle upholstery and that they do still work but thats about as far as my personal knowledge goes with them. I was hoping someone here might be able to shine a little light as to what they are, their features or most importantly what are they worth in this condition.
  2. Hello, I am selling a Gritzner sole stitching machine in a good working condition. It was cleaned and oiled regularly. Pictures from the machine and stitching done with it can be seen at the following link: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1SbHjPHS4q-634VPuNwNaDd8E9KXapoFl Please let me know if you can't see the pictures. Price: 300 eur + shipping costs via transfer service (like Transfer Go, Transfer Wise, etc.) or paypal. Shipping from Romania. Weight approx.30kg Let me know if you are interested so we can find a good shipping solution. Best regards, George
  3. RBStanley

    Landis no 3 harness stitcher for sale

    This sale is for Jim Marsell. He is non electronic and wants to sell this machine. He is planing on moving and doesn't want to move this machine as it is not used for the type work he does. there are several stitching feet, needles and 3 bobbins. No bobbin winder with the machine. It has been setting in the corner of his shop for a period but was fully tuned before doing so. It worked perfect when last used. More pictures to follow
  4. jakeyb99

    Singers 97/10

    Singer 97/10 for sell. Asking $4000, it is in excellent condition sews great and runs smooth. It comes with several extra needles. I can get more pictures upon request, any questions please ask. I have 5 of these machines and I will steeply discount them to anyone who wants to buy multiple. I also have a champion shoe machine and several 7/33 machines.
  5. Hello, I bought my Cobra Class 26 3 week ago (NEW). It´s really nice machine, and I like it a lot. But I have problems with servo motor and controlling the sewing speed. When i set speed on for example 15. I cannot sew slowly. When I press foot pedal, just a little bit it, sews immediately fast. And when i set speed on 5, it sews slow, but sometime accelerates for few stitches (like on number 10), and than slow again. But my foot pedal is still. Maybe you have some suggestions what can i do? I tried a lot, but probably not everything. Thanks a lot and have a nice day
  6. I am looking to purchase a kwickprint model 25 or 55, I currently have one and looking for a few more. I am based in the UK, but can arrange all shipping. Ideally the machine would be in good working order. Thanks Ned
  7. Like new Cobra Class 4 premium package. Used less than 1 hour. I had a holster business and Tandy Leather dealership years ago. Thought I would get back into it and changed my mind. Machine, several spools of thread (black, brown etc.). I have an extra motor/tabletop for the sewing machine. These items are included with the machine: Premium Accessory Package: Left Toe Presser Foot $75* Open Toe Center Foot $65* Double Toe Presser Foot $80* Right Toe Presser Foot $75* Work Platform $95* Holster Plate $156* Stirrup Plate $156* Slotted Plate $85* Blanket Set (Inside & Outside Feet w/ Feed Dog) $150* Heavy Duty Roller Edge Guide $95* Pair of Thread Nippers $2* LDA-1 Magnetic LED Light $20* $2200 , local pickup (Pensacola Fl), Will deliver within 200 miles for a fee. It is located in my hobby shop - Hobby Central, easily verified
  8. Sell sewing machine Duerkopp Adler 669-180010. Number of needles: Single needle. Stitch Type: Shuttle. Platform, type: Sleeve. With triple advancement. Energy saving stepper motor with needle positioning function. 750W, 1x230V. Table (height adjustable). Countertop 1200x550mm. Lamp. Suspended (folding on top) ruler adjustable 0-42 mm. A set of one-sided legs. Needles 134-35 LR 100, 110, 120, 130, 140 for 30 pcs. Bobbins Duerkopp. Duerkopp oil. The sewing machine was purchased from a Duerkopp dealer in Lithuania. In production not used. Condition: new. Ptice 3200 $ (or 2800 euros) + delivery from Riga (Latvia). Price without VAT. Delivery by transport company from Latvia. Shipping cost depends on the location of the buyer.
  9. Thinking that I was going to be doing more lacing than I am, I purchased a lace cutter/Beveler, splitter from Mr. Clint Sims last summer. I tracked his email down through a leather forum, as it seems he has an almost cult-like following and you can’t find these little machines for sale anywhere. He has been machining these tools for fifteen years and the one I got is the most recent generation. I HAVE NEVER USED THIS TOOL. I never even set it up and read all the way through the instructions that he emailed me, because my business turned in a different direction and I found myself not needing to make my own lace. All pieces are included, down to the blades that he taped together and his little hand written notes warning me that they are sharp and how to properly mount the tool I paid $310 (can provide all email and receipt documentation). I’d like someone to be able to use it. Selling it for $300 shipped, but also willing to entertain (very reasonable) offers. It’s brand spanking new. Includes all emailed instructions for set up and use from the man himself. Additional photos can be provided per request ( I wasn’t able to upload all of them on here).
  10. thatgriffguy

    Need stitching advice

    I am currently stitching all my wallets by hand because I like the way the thicker thread looks. I have a Consew 207rb5 that I use for any hidden stitches but it will not handle a large enough thread to replace hand sewing the visable areas. Being I am sewing wallets with 3-4oz Harness Leather it’s also crucial to have a feed dog that will not chew up the finished side of the leather. Any suggestions on alternatives to hand sewing that will give the same look with the larger thread?
  11. A friend picked this machine up for a good price, does anyone happen to know what brand it is or clone type? Thanks!
  12. I've been making a whole load of belts recently, and I'm slowly realising I need to invest in a leather burnihsing machine, to speed up each project and improve the quality of my work. I have seen a new craftool pro burnishing machine that Tandy sells for $350 CAD with their elite discount. Just wondering if anyone has any other recommendations before I pull the plug and get one.
  13. Hi guys, here is my leather splitter in action. It is based on the jewelers mill. It can split (very smoothly) up to 75mm wide leather . From 5mm thick ,it can split down to 0.4mm paper thin. The blade is absolutely amazing . Blade was shaped my me from a blank and heat treated by a friend. As can be seen in the video, the blade is fully adjustable. Im now looking for a roller with horizontal grooves for the bottom to provide more grip and improved feeding. Thnx guys. SPLITTER1 (1).mp4 SPLITTER2.mp4
  14. Hi, How economically feasable would you say is to buy an leather sewing machine like an Juki TSC 441 or it's clones like the Cobra class 4/CB 4500? I have heard stories from "just with 1 saddle repair you can pay off a leather sewing machine" to "it's more like a Hobby since Prices are to low for leather goods to justify an sewing machine". In my case it's indeed more an Hobby since I make only one-to-one personal sales despite I am on etsy.com. I have seen here an constructioners harness (for hammer, nails, screwdrivers, etc) made in Mexico (Truper brand) seemingly real leather for about 6 US$. Well constructed, lots of rivets and sewn with about #69 thread. Clear is, for that Price I would never make the harness. I would rather have an Price of 49 US$. Whats the real leather market about? Considered big retailers, Made in China and local leather shops as competition.
  15. KCB346

    Enduro pro sm645-1p

    I recently purchased a juki lu563. It came with an extra motor, a enduro pro sm645-1p. It was missing the fuse cap and fuse. I contacted enduro and they can’t tell me what amp fuse is used with this motor. Does anyone know what amp buss fuse is used with this motor? I’d like to get it running. thanks
  16. KCB346

    Enduro pro sm645-1p

    I recently purchased a juki lu563. It CSM with an extra motor, a enduro pro sm645-1p. It was missing the fuse cap and fuse. I contacted enduro and they can’t tell me what amp fuse is used with this motor. Does anyone know what amp buss fuse is used with this motor? I’d like to get it running. thanks
  17. What Exactly is an EPS? Cobra Steve, Leather Machine Co., explains what an EPS (Electronic Positioning System) is, and how it can help you do a better job sewing leather. Be sure to watch the video too!
  18. Stephenwk

    Techsew 2700

    I have a very lightly used Techsew 2700 for sale. The machine includes table and SmartServo motor with bobbins, needles and swing down roller guide. I purchased five years ago from Techsew and haven't even finished the first spool of thread it came with. Hope it can go to a good home. I live in Atlanta and am asking $1000 if you can pick up. Stephen
  19. Walson

    Cobra class 4 sewing manning

    I have a lightly used cobra class 4P. It has been sitting for the last 3 years untouched so I figured someone else might have a use for it. I am asking 2300 and picking up or shipping is on you, located in simla colorado 50 miles east of Colorado springs colorado.
  20. Silverd

    Strap Grooving

    I'm making equine tack and harnesses and want to place decorative grooves along each side of some of the straps similar to stitch lines. Is there a roller / press machine that can be used for this operation? Silverd
  21. For sale in Continental USA only. The following Randall Union Lockstitch sewing machine is for sale. Please Note: you need to send a PM MESSAGE, leatherworker.net notifies us via email as we do NOT check the postings daily or you can call, number listed below. This is a used Randall Union Lockstitch machine. Please take note that this is a 110v Power machine. This machine only has about 80 hours on it, machine is in premium condition and was only used for double thickness belts. Black worn off in the arch cover area is NOT from excessive use, it is where your hands, leather, buckles, rings etc are always touching and hitting. I have the instruction manual for this machine. Machine comes complete with table, motor, bobbin winder, 6 x bobbins, 3 x bobbin springs, 3 x extra presser feet, 39 x Number 3 awls, 8 x Number 2 ½ needles and a full set of wrenches. Shipping weight is about 350lbs on pallet, I will palletize and pack this machine, you will need to arrange a shipper to pick it up. Machine costs $7000 + new. Asking $3000, This is the best deal out there for this type of sewing machine in this condition. Reply through this forum or you may call the shop at 602-two69-zero202. Thanks for looking. Description below is from the Campbell-Randall website. UNION Lockstitch High Speed Leather Stitcher Needle & Awl machine for Heavy Materials For stitching all kinds of leather up to 3/4 inch thick Noted for pulling a very tight seam. FEATURES: Straight Needle & Awl Lock-stitch High Speed (800 SPM). (Operator ability in handling work governs the speed of the machine) Needle Feed/ Jump Foot Extra Large Bobbin holds 100-150 yards of thread (fewer bobbin changes) 12 Inch Throat Sews Up to 3/4 Inch Thick Tight Seams Thread 3 to 12 cord, Left Twist (Wax Optional) Heavy Duty Variable Speed Control for custom or repair work Ideal for high volume production applications APPLICATIONS: Designed for sewing light to heavy weight materials such as leather, plastics, coated nylons, and other non-fibrous materials. Used to manufacture.. Belting, Strap and Harness Work, Gun Leather, Saddles and Other Leather Goods. Sporting Goods including Footballs, Basketballs, Volleyballs and Softballs. Shoe stitching applications in Moccasins, Fairstitching, and Flat Sole work. Luggage stitching on Brief Cases, Bags, and Handles. Optional Accessories: Custom Attachments, Variable Speed Motor and Variable Speed Control available from Campbell-Randall
  22. Hello, can somebody identify that sewing machine? It looks quite cool and heavy duty but I can't find any information about the producer. Thank you for your help. Regards
  23. HoloWhips

    Juki LU-563 Walking Foot + Sewquiet 5k

    Selling my JUKI LU-563 walking foot industrial sewing machine. I purchased it from a sewing machine servicing company who refurbished the machine in 2014. Machine is setup to sew leather. The machine works great. Comes with table and 3/4 hp digital servo motor. (Sewquiet 5000). Motor currently has a larger pulley to increase torque, but original pulley and belt is still available with it. Will come with a bunch of black and white M size pre-wound bobbins as well as magnetic LED light and leather point needles. Instruction manual and parts list and thread tree included. She may not be the prettiest, but she does the job! The table is not great, and bows down in the middle. I was given the table for free with the head, so passing that along. I will include the 1/2 hp clutch motor that came with it for free as well if wanted (just collecting dust on the shelf). Price is $900. Located in Sugar Hill, GA (45 min north of Atlanta). Message me or post with any questions, ill do my best to answer as quick as I can.
  24. Hi all, First off I just wanted to say thank you for all the amazing information I have found on this forum, it's been invaluable to me and my leatherworking! Right, onto the question... I was wondering if you could help me identify an old machine I found in my Stepfathers shed? The machine was discovered in the old Shoemakers Cottage in Astcote, UK about 20 years ago. The logo stamped on the top reads "Salmon & Co, Victoria Works, Kettering". There is a large handle to the machine as well but it is unfortunately in a box that we can't currently get to right now! I would love to know what this piece of equipment was used for, when it was made and anything about Salmon & Co you might know. So far all I have managed to find out was that Salmon & Co were in the Boot machinery business in 1877 - https://www.thegazette.co.uk/London/issue/24532/page/7284/data.pdf I would really appreciate any help! Thanks so much, Liz
  25. Looking for recommendations for the best & most reliable post-bed, single-needle machine with walking foot. Sewing automotive upholstery. We currently have a Juki 1508 - good machine! We have Adler-Durkopp 268-263 split bar needle feed but would prefer a single-needle walking foot with as much room under the pressure foot as possible. Would like machine that can handle thread size 92-277 but 207 would be fine. Pressure foot 5/8" lift or more. We a bought a brand new Highlead twin needle post-bed walking foot and returned it because machine quality was poor. Prefer German or possibly Japanese machine. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciate.