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  1. On 5/18/2022 at 5:03 PM, Silverd said:

    I'm also interested in buying your bobbins.  Could use a handful.  I own and use a Claes 30A  sn 19255 on a regular basis.  Great machine!  

     

    Silverd 

     

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    Contact Glenn ,Shoepatcher, here in the tread. He will fix

    Jan


  2. Great. How can I order ?  Do you have a company ? The machine has a a very heavy stand unlike what I have from before with the Adler and Singer machines.I think I will change to a Servo or a DC motor with gear (as I normally do with the industrial machines), but it is a amazing "super quiet" clutch motor so I will give it a chance...One of the pictures shows the difference between an Adler 30-1 bobbin and a 30 size Claes 9345  bobbin.

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  3. Thank you. Good to hear. What is the different between 9345 and 8345 ? Is it the same ? I also have an Adler Treadle 30-1. And "of course" a Singer 28 K71. An amazing small, handy and beauty machine. 

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  4. On 5/13/2022 at 3:30 PM, shoepatcher said:

    JanMachine.  You looking for leather point or round point.?  I have both.  The Metro Spezial you got was made by Claes for Pfaff.  It is their patcher.  Claes in everything but name.  I also have generic #30 bobbins that a friend of mine made years ago on a CNC mill.  Better than originals and cheaper.   

    glenn

    Oh, thank you Glenn. Great. I think leather point as big as the machine can handle.  I don't know anything about the Claes Machine, but it looks great and the 3-phase motor works well and the stitches are long and fine. I´m also interested in a couple of #30 bobbins. 

    Jan

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  5. Hi there. I just bought a old patcher - Metro Special, 9346, with 30 size bobbin and need advise about the right needle. It is marked 88, but where can I buy the right needle. Little bit confused of all the differences in name. I'm  looking for a 150-160 nm size 

    regards Jan

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