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BergSteiger

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    Anacortes, Washington
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    Machinery, Leatherwork, High altitude mountaineering

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  1. Sold! Gonna miss this one...
  2. If you're on mobile you can use these: https://www.adobe.com/photoshop/online/convert-png-to-jpg.html https://resizeimages.com/ But who knows what their terms and conditions are, they probably own the rights to your photo after you upload it
  3. For sale my Singer 97-10 If you have a large quantity of union lockstitch parts I would consider a partial trade. I'm determined to get mine running. This machine is awesome. I bought 2 of these several years ago and I love them. I'm guessing it was last gone through in '94 as the wax says. I haven't had to work on it at all. It has a needle feed with a jump foot that will feed an inch of leather no problem. It shows it's age but works great. It's huge, below is a photograph with a milk jug for reference. I have the head off the stand for moving, it is very heavy, probably 180 pounds. The cast iron base is probably 300 pounds. It has a nice locking table that swings out of the way if you need. If you can bring help to load it that would be preferable. The motor is not included. $1000 located near Anacortes, Washington. I'm only selling it because I'm moving soon and my back aches thinking about hauling two of these. If it doesn't sell, once I move it I reckon I'll hold onto it for redundancy. It's way more machine than I need, but it's such a blast to make stuff on. Here is an example of the stand, but it's not pedal-powered. I'll see if I can't push it out for a better photo, but it's hard to move by myself.
  4. Located near Anacortes, Washington For sale my Singer 7-31 Comes with original table brackets and clutch lever assembly. I can include a wheel off a Landis 12 if you desire to convert it to be like a 7-33. The machine works well but I have a working 7-33 and have no need for two 7s $700 takes the 7, or make a bulk offer on my Singer 7-31, Singer 97-10, and 3 Puritan OS XL Hi Posts.
  5. I posted my machines in the wrong section, can someone please delete the duplicate? Still figuring out how to use message forums. Price lowered to $300 each or make an offer on the lot. Will trade for Union Lockstitch parts. For sale are 3 single needle Puritan OS XL Hi Post machines for production work. Very heavy, probably 150 pounds each. Two have some surface rust on the wheels. DISCLAIMER: I've never used them to make anything. The wheels spin freely and all assemblies appear to move and function as intended. Made for heavy work, punches through 3/4 inch of leather like butter. As they are capable of stitching a textile to plywood or sheet metal they work well for making hard luggage and instrument cases. I decided I like to stick to simple things like belts, wallets, and bags. Tables and motors are not included. From Puritan: Luggage: Portfolios, attaché and brief cases: camera, instrument and musical instrument cases; golf club covers; handbags, medical bags and school bags; sample cases, and utility kits; footlocker and trunks. Sporting Goods: Golf bags (sides, tops, bottoms, cuffs, rings, collars): footballs and Cricket balls; body and head protectors, guards and pads; baseball gloves and mitts; punching and striking bags; athletic supporters; hockey, ice and roller skate boots and shoes; saddlery. Please research and understand the pros and cons of a lockstitch vs a chainstitch and their appropriate applications. $400 each, or make an offer for the lot. Will also trade for Union Lockstitch parts.
  6. I see that it's in the wrong section, machinery and leather cutting, anyone know how I can delete it?
  7. I can't find this navigating from the regular forum, did I put it in the wrong area? Thanks John
  8. Will trade for Union Lockstitch parts. For sale are 3 single needle Puritan OS XL Hi Post machines for production work. Very heavy, probably 150 pounds each. Two have some surface rust on the wheels. DISCLAIMER: I've never used them to make anything. The wheels spin freely and all assemblies appear to move and function as intended. Made for heavy work, punches through 3/4 inch of leather like butter. As they are capable of stitching a textile to plywood or sheet metal they work well for making hard luggage and instrument cases. I decided I like to stick to simple things like belts, wallets, and bags. Tables and motors are not included. From Puritan: Luggage: Portfolios, attaché and brief cases: camera, instrument and musical instrument cases; golf club covers; handbags, medical bags and school bags; sample cases, and utility kits; footlocker and trunks. Sporting Goods: Golf bags (sides, tops, bottoms, cuffs, rings, collars): footballs and Cricket balls; body and head protectors, guards and pads; baseball gloves and mitts; punching and striking bags; athletic supporters; hockey, ice and roller skate boots and shoes; saddlery. Please research and understand the pros and cons of a lockstitch vs a chainstitch and their appropriate applications. $400 each, or make an offer for the lot. Will also trade for Union Lockstitch parts.
  9. BergSteiger

    Singer 153K103

    For sale is my Singer 153K103 You can see it is in great shape and comes with an adjustable, spring loaded edge guide that drops down. The stitch length is adjusted at the handwheel from 6-12 stitches per inch. The threads on the stitch regulator are intact (pictured). The face plate is missing, but I may be able to find it. They run 10-15 dollars on fleabay. 500 OBO
  10. Hello! I'm John, I've been a lurker on this forum for years. My interest in working with textiles started about 10 years ago while I was in the Navy, when I worked late on some machines for shop access to fix a torn rucksack I needed to repair ASAP, which pulled me in to accumulating and fixing old sewing machines as a hobby. I've enjoyed being able to make alterations to equipment for specialized applications, and to make leather goods for my family and friends. 10 years later, and I've decided to leave the Navy to pursue Mechanical Engineering. As I felt I did not have much experience to contribute, I never got around to making an account here until last year. I'm planning for this hobby to turn into a supplementary income for my family while I pursue my degree. Facing a new living situation and a smaller workspace I will be downsizing my collection of machines to only what I need to make items like belts, bags, wallets, etc. And a few favorites of course. Thanks for helping me fix machines all these years! John
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