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  1. Hello guys, I am looking to rebuild my old camoga band knife splitter. It's a very old C400. I am missing some parts on it. Two will be the upper side guide rollers for the blade. And one is the wear piece that goes in the slot here. Picture attached. I don't have a manual so if you have one in a digital version that would be awesome! Thanks a lot! An overview with the machine. Some parts are unmounted already
  2. Hey guys, I have 2 extra cones, brand new, a month old, of Amann Serabond size 9 or V346, bonded polyester. Strong thread! I ordered too much and just selling the excess. Color is cream or code 7600U. Price, 80 eur both. Shipping on top depending on location. I live near the Amann factory so I can help the guy that purchases these 2 to have continuity if needed. Thanks!
  3. I am curious about the feet movement. I had a similar issue with the feet alternative movement which was out of spec.
  4. Super fun actually! Advancing the hook makes total sense. Thanks! For the CB3200 does the same timing rule apply as in CB4500? I mean the nominal hook position should be barely visible as looking from under the needle plate? It is a cool machine. Played with it for a few days and now I'm ready to take on some projects. I'll still have to order the slim dog and needle plate because I can see the need for it when stitching close to the edge. And still waiting for my threads to arrive. But in the meantime I had some size 9 thread, I think thats 348 tex. Loaded top and bottom and looks nice. 230 LR Schmetz needle. About 7 mm of leather.
  5. Hello, Got myself a Sieck 441, but the one with the smaller arm. I have the same sound like you are having. I identified as being the thread snapping and moving up a bit the shuttle when it goes around it, on the bump where I am showing it witth the screwdriver. I checked Uwe's video with the timing but there he is making it for the longer arm. Not sure if this applies to the shorter, cb3200 type. Also what I noticed comparing to Uwe's video(longer arm 441 copy) is that the shuttle of my machine has more play. Construction of the race looks different as well.
  6. That looks so good! I'm guessing that you have the slim plate there as well!! Will send the message asap haha.
  7. @RockyAussie thanks for the feedback! Yes I will pair it with the open walking foot but couldn't find a photo with both. On my juki flatbed I modified/cut the walking foot just for this reason, to see where the needle goes in. Better control of the stitching especially dealing with changing layers. I already read about the plates you are doing, so that one is on my list. First I'll get comfortable with the machine and the first thing I will get is your slimmer opening plate and dog. I'll send a pm with the address for a quote. Thanks again! M.
  8. Hello everybody I made my mind purchasing a Juki 441 clone. Also, based on the stuff I want to sew with it I am intending to get this type of presser foot. Attached picture. The idea is to sew the bag gusset with support from the right side. I'm not sure if I am doing the correct choice, well probably I'll need anyways different types of feet in the future. But some feedback regarding this type of foot is appreciated. Also, is there something such as a flat needle plate for a cb3200? Thank you! Great community! M.
  9. I was searching the market for a triple feed heavy machine, and found this. Talked with the guy, he doesn't know what he bought but he's selling it for falling ill. Can't really associate the photos with any machine I know. Maybe some of you guys can provide any info? Thanks! M.
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