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ddiuni

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About ddiuni

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  • Birthday 10/04/1972

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    Male
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    South Korea
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    sewing machine

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Hobbies: Leather sewing (45k56, 91k5, 316g in use)
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  1. thank you. I don't have a vice at home, so I just stayed for a while and fixed it. While applying heat, the looper was moved and pulled out. Thanks, I took it out and replaced it with a new looper. So the sewing machine works well.
  2. I need to remove the looper of the sewing machine 91k5, but I can't. If anyone knows a way to remove it, please let me know. As you can see in the picture, the looper is plugged into the top. I need to take this looper out, but it won't fall out. It seems to be about 5mm in.
  3. I use a 45k56 sewing machine. I have only one type of presser foot. So I'm looking for a few other presser feet. Please let me know if you have any. If anyone has one, I would like to purchase it.
  4. I set the soldering machine to 400 degrees and scraped it off with a sharp object, and it was still lead. It seems that the lead has been removed, but the looper is still not removable.
  5. Has anyone tried replacing the 91k5's looper? I looked at the installed looper and it was not just plugged in. When I looked at the part where it was plugged in, it looks like it was fixed with solder or something. The looper cannot move while rotating, so I think it was fixed with a solder lamp. To disassemble this and put a new looper on, you have to remove the lead... It doesn't seem easy. I'm asking if anyone has removed it.
  6. Yes, thank you for your kind notice. Thank you for looking into this information for someone else. I know this site through a lot of searches. First of all, the needle I got Only got 70/10, 80/12, 90/14. In just one month, 65/9 and 75/11 were sold out. Referring to the table you provided, I think I will need to find a replacement.
  7. The result of checking the shape of the needle groove is as follows. The shape of the needle groove for inserting the needle is as follows. ㄷ So the right screw secures the needle. And the diameter of the needle groove is measured to be possible up to about 1.9 mm. However, if it is this thick, the tip of the needle can touch it when it passes the hook, so it is judged that the diameter should be smaller.
  8. Features of 46x1 needles: #One. Diameter 1.1mm #2. Total length: 42.2mm #3.The length of the groove: about 24.5mm #4. Length of needle eye and shark: about 13.8mm #5. Length from the tip of the needle to the eye of the needle: about 35.7mm
  9. Is the needle you mentioned a 46*1 replacement needle?
  10. So it looks like a chain that is sewn on the underside of the fabric. The lower thread seems to be sewn in a spiral shape. I recently bought a 91k5 and 6. So, I got the needle up to number 14.... Needle 9 is out of stock. And in the video uploaded to YouTube, it is explained that the person using the needle uses number 16. If you have thick gloves, you should probably use the number 16 needle. 46*1 needles are no longer produced in this world. Sooner or later, the needle will disappear, and this sewing machine will remain as an antique.
  11. I'll post the picture you mentioned. First, look at the picture of the sewing and see if it is right to sew like this.
  12. I adjusted the tension first, and the sewing works well. I can't upload only blurry due to photo size limit I'll re-upload it one by one. However, if you see the upper thread and the lower thread are sewn on the lower side, a thread is formed and it is sewn. I don't know if it's like this in the first place. I don't know if this is the characteristic of sewing 5 and 6 of 91k.
  13. The sewing on the lower thread worked well. However, it is not flat, and 91k5 and 6 are stitched like this, so can they be sewn?
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