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ADLER 205 is dropping stitches, fraying etc.
HazelB posted a topic in Leather Sewing MachinesI'm having some trouble with my Durkopp Adler to 205 - 370 not wanting to back stitch. The hook is not catching the thread most frequently when in reverse. It is also randomly dropping stitches when sewing forward. But the really puzzling part is the top thread sometimes frays and unravels. For details: I'm using a 180 needle and 200 shim. Thread tension is good, top and bottom. Needle is centered properly and is not making contact with shuttle. Serviced by a pro 2 weeks ago and all checked out fine. Help!
Adler SP 966 Rolling FootHi all, I just purchased an Adler 205-64 (Super excited!!! :-). I am looking for an authentic Adler SP 966 rolling foot for the machine. I would like to stick with authentic Adler parts if at all possible on this machine. Message me if you have something that you are looking to sale. Thanks Rick
I have some flat-top harness maker throat plates that work with the feed dog in place and fit both Adler 205 and Juki TSC-441 class machines. I call them UTP205HM for the Adlers and UTP441HM for the 441 class of machines. They're the exact same plate. The naming difference stems from the fact that I just recently discovered that they also work on the 441 machines. The price is $59 and includes shipping within the U.S. For international buyers, please look in my Ebay store (http://stores.ebay.com/uwe) in the "Throat Plates and Feed Dogs" section. Ebay's Global Shipping Program (GSP) handles all the shipping and customs details and is actually cheaper than I can ship things directly. On the Adler 205-370 (and clones) you can use your original throat plate mounting screws. For use on 441 class machines, I'll include two small washers for under the screws (the 441 throat plate screws have a smaller head and a different thread pitch). I hope to find a source soon for screws that will work on 441 class machines without a washer. I have a limited number of these plates on hand and won't be able to order more once they're gone. I acquired them as part of a larger inventory purchase and I don't actually know who made these plates. Here's the throat plate mounted on an Adler 205-370 (UTP205HM): This picture shows the throat plate mounted on a Cowboy 4500 (UTP441HM):
Adler 205-RM 25 SP 75 Cylinder Arm Heavy Duty Sewing Machine I am selling this machine to make room for a Cobra Class 4, and hopefully to find someone who can use its unusual optional function. This machine has a lever on the back, actuated by a foot lever, that when engaged, causes a shirring action. This makes the top feed and the bottom feed to pull different amounts of material, making the sewing of items like pucker toe mocassins much easier. I have no need of this function, so I would like to offer the machine up for sale so someone who does need this rare function can use it. The machine also functions normally, feeding top and bottom at the sae rate whenever you wish. The shirring function is only engaged when the shirring pedal is pressed. The machine is on a stand with a clutch motor and a speed reducer. 2 packets of needles are included, system 214x1 or DDx1, size 230 2 extra Bobbins are included One extra foot is included The brazed needle plate is being replaced with a new one from the manufacturer The bobbin case cover has been ordered as well. Bobbin winder is icluded Thread stand is included The cones of thread in the photos are not included, they were on the machine only to show the stitch quality Manuals included in PDF format: Adler 205 Operating Instructions, Adler 205 Mechanic's Instructions, Adler Class 205 Leaflets Parts Diagram also included as a hard copy. This is a very heavy machine, so palletizing and shipment via freight carrier is reccomended. I can also deliver it in southern California, for a fee, which will vary depending on your distance from Lake Elsinore/Wildomar. If you are very close, I can deliver for free. Pick up is always available for free. Steve at Cobra (Leather Machine Co.) is ordering the new parts it needs and fixing this up, so you know it is being done right! Asking price is $1650 Will consider offers. Respond to this post or PM me if you are interested.