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  1. We are selling a brand new Artisan 335 B Ped 500. Purchased in November, turns out it wasn't what we needed. Selling for $1,300 OBO. Local pick-up only! We are located in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Contra Costa County. Make: Artisan Model: S-335 BP Condition: New / Like New - 100% - Only has about 10 hours of use Description from Artisan: Cylinder Bed, Big "M" sized Bobbin, Medium/Heavy Duty Walking Foot, Compound Needle Feed, (Unison Feed) Lockstitch Sewing Machine with a Large Thread Capacity, Big Size, Rotating Hook Mechanism. Includes a lever operated stitch length mechanism with a reverse feed regulator for back tacking and stitching in reverse. Some additional features of the 335 B include a semi-automatic lubrication system, a synchronized binder mechanism (folder optional) and the machine sews thread from as small as size z-46 up to a large diameter size of z-207 in the needle with up to a maximum size of z-138 in the bobbin. All types of leathers or fabrics as light as a sheet or two of paper and up to just over 3⁄8" thick of leather or fabrics. ACF-625 Digital Electronic A.C. Servo Motor Drive System. Locking caster wheels, storage drawer and additional accessories: needles, bobbins, a spool of thread and operators manuals. Replacement spare parts are similar to the German manufactured Pfaff model 335 series sewing machines. Includes flat bed "Work Platform" which transforms the cylinder bed surface of the sewing machine into a flat bed surface converting the cylinder bed style into a flat bed style sewing machine. More information from Artisan: http://www.artisansew.com/cylinderarmandpostbedmachine.html Thank You, please reach out with any questions you may have.
  2. We are selling a brand new Artisan 335 B Ped 500. Purchased in November, turns out it wasn't what we needed. Selling for $1,300 OBO. Local pick-up only! We are located in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. Contra Costa County. Make: Artisan Model: S-335 BP Condition: New / Like New - 100% - Only has about 10 hours of use Description from Artisan: Cylinder Bed, Big "M" sized Bobbin, Medium/Heavy Duty Walking Foot, Compound Needle Feed, (Unison Feed) Lockstitch Sewing Machine with a Large Thread Capacity, Big Size, Rotating Hook Mechanism. Includes a lever operated stitch length mechanism with a reverse feed regulator for back tacking and stitching in reverse. Some additional features of the 335 B include a semi-automatic lubrication system, a synchronized binder mechanism (folder optional) and the machine sews thread from as small as size z-46 up to a large diameter size of z-207 in the needle with up to a maximum size of z-138 in the bobbin. All types of leathers or fabrics as light as a sheet or two of paper and up to just over 3⁄8" thick of leather or fabrics. ACF-625 Digital Electronic A.C. Servo Motor Drive System. Locking caster wheels, storage drawer and additional accessories: needles, bobbins, a spool of thread and operators manuals. Replacement spare parts are similar to the German manufactured Pfaff model 335 series sewing machines. Includes flat bed "Work Platform" which transforms the cylinder bed surface of the sewing machine into a flat bed surface converting the cylinder bed style into a flat bed style sewing machine. More information from Artisan: http://www.artisansew.com/cylinderarmandpostbedmachine.html Thank You, please reach out with any questions you may have
  3. CHackman

    Artisan Toro 4000 - Used, For Sale

    Artisan Toro 4000 for sale. asking $1500 Includes adjustable stand. Excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition. Low usage. Located one hour north of San Diego, California. Come by and take 'er for a test drive and see all the included extras Email contact: cahackman a t gmail dot com
  4. rsfield

    Toro 3200 For Sale

    I have an Artisan Toro 3200 for sale. I purchased the machine new in 2010 and estimate it has been used 150-200 hours. It comes with pedestal stand and table top, left, right, and double presser feet, and roller guide. I'll also include extra needles and bobbins, as well as several spools of thread and machine oil. The machine has been well cared for and is in excellent condition. Asking price is $1600. I won't be able to ship so pick up will be the only option. I'm located in Colorado but am willing to meet within a short distance for delivery.
  5. creamjug

    Hello from Gary

    Hello, I run a directory for Artisans involved in arts and crafts, jewelry, toys, etc.. In fact, we simply want to see any good stuff that is hand made. So, we would love to see some great leather creations on this site. Listings are Free - no catch, and they are fully featured, with image uploads, links to your website, unlimited text, social media links etc. https://www.creamjug.com/category/arts-and-crafts Have a look and if you like the look of things then join us. We would love to see your great leather work on the directory. (if we get enough interest, we will create a dedicated leather workers category) best regards, Gary
  6. bcurrier

    Shrinking the Table

    We moved from a much larger house, going from a 40’ x 24’ sewing and craft space to a spare bedroom ... 12.5’ x 11’. Saving inches is critical and moving my leather stitcher (Artisan Toro 4000) is part of that. I’ve been looking for a good, small table for a while now, finally finding it in a Merrow Machine Helmsman table. My wife already has a Merrow machine on one of these tables, so I was able to measure for feasibility first. It looked good, so I ordered another.The result? Very stable! I moved the head as inboard on the table as I could while still keeping a good amount of free space under the cylinder arm. The larger casters on the Helmsman actually roll better than the larger table (the room is carpeted). Although it might not seem to be the case, the pedal is completely comfortable to use. I haven’t figured out a solution for a convenient foot lift yet (knee lift perhaps), so am using the hand lever for now. Please see the before and after pictures. Also, the old table (in perfect condition) is for sale. I’ll post that separately in the classifieds.
  7. cowsandcans

    Artisan Toro 4000

    We are selling our Artisan Toro 4000. Sews great, we just don't need it. Not interested in shipping it at this time. Local pickup only. Come try it out! We are located just east of Tulsa, OK. Asking $1,700 msg me for pics.. I'm having trouble getting them to upload.
  8. Hello, I just recently got my first industrial machine -- a used Artisan 618-1SC. I'm just testing it out with leather, and am having problems with the tensions. Specifically, my bobbin tension is as tight as possible, and my upper tension is as loose as possible, and yet I'm still getting the bottom thread showing. The bobbin tension is so tight that the thread barely comes out when bounce it like a Yo-Yo (the technique I've seen in a lot of videos as a way to tell the correct bobbin tension) The upper tension is so loose that any looser and the knob would come off I'm using 5-6oz bridle leather; a Groz-Beckert 135x16TRI size 20 needle; and size 92 polyester thread. See attached photos for the issue I went through the machine manual and checked that all recommended adjustments are within spec (they are). I believe I've threaded the machine correctly, based on the manual and a youtube video. In particular, the upper thread is correctly going through the thread controller disk, and I threaded the tension disc with the presser foot up (and made sure the thread seated fully in the disc) I've removed the bobbin spring and cleaned the area with isopropyl alcohol. I also re-bent the spring so that it applies tension well. I've also noticed that when I do a back-tack using the reverse lever, the stitch gets a bit loose As it is, the tension balance is not terrible -- I could live with it. But it seems wrong that the bobbin tension is at its maximum and the upper tension at its minimum. With this setup, there would be no room for adjustment at all! Can anyone give some advice about what else to check? Also, is there a dealer that supplies parts for this machine? I tried emailing Artisan but haven't heard back Thanks! Alex
  9. ChisholmTrail

    Opinion On Used Machine

    I searched through the archives and I found some posts regarding the Artisan machines but they are fairly old posts. A friend of a friend has a gently used Artisan Toro 4000 R. This would be my first serious leather machine if I purchase it. I like to do upholstery projects, horse blanket repair, and horse bridles, belts etc. For those of you that have one of these do you still like the machine? Any idea on a fair price for a used one? Or am I better off getting a Tippmann Boss. Thanks.
  10. DavidKManuel

    Hello From Portland Oregon

    Hello to all, I posted in the show-off board already and forgot to stop in here to say hello, so here I am to say it. :-) I've been tooling leather as a hobbyist for about 3 years total strung over an eight year period. I've had a couple of moves that left me with little to no space to pursue the craft, but now I'm back into it. I mainly have focused on learning to tool veg tanned leathers, but I am also interested in getting into garments. I enjoy making my own things and participating in an art that is so rich in history and exemplary works. I just hit the 50 year mark back in November 2014. I've enjoyed a career as a digital artist for twenty some years now but have always enjoyed my roots in classical materials such as oil paints and more recently acrylics and watercolors. Working in leather is, for me, among the most enjoyable mediums for artistic expression due in part to it's practical nature. I get to make beautiful things that don't just hang on a wall or sit on a hard disk. I have always loved learning new things and in this area of the arts of making, I have vast areas of unexplored territory. That fact excites me! I live in a suburb of Portland Oregon with my wife of nearly 30 years, my adult daughter and her daughter (our granddaughter). Our adult son lives nearby and he and I collaborate on many projects related to his coffee business. If you're still reading, thank you for being interested. I hope to get to know some of you going ahead and very much hope to learn more through the experience.
  11. BANDITWJ

    Artisan Toro 3000

    I have an Artisan Toro 3000 sewing machine for sale. I bought this machine from the original owner last year. It is in very good condition and I have used it very little. $1600.00. Located near Yakima, Wa. Shipping possible at buyer expense. It comes with the following accessories: Flatbed attachment Work light Left, right and groove presser feet Large and small double toe presser feet Roller edge guide Partial spools 346/277 white thread 3 spare bobbins 2 packs of needles Machine oil Maintenance tool kit Extra brushes Manual
  12. 1Man

    Artisan Toro 3200

    Hello, I am shutting down the leather shop and will be selling off what I have. At the moment, I have an Artisan Toro 3200 for sale. I've had it for about 2 years and it's been gently used. Mostly custom leather holsters and a few belts. Standard left, right, double foot, roller guide and standard tools. I have a package or so of needles and a couple spools of white and black thread that I'll throw in. $1900. I'd prefer to sell it to someone who can pick it up. My zip is 44223. I can't check the site very often so please email me at wardleather@yahoo.com or call at three-three-zero 7011931 if you're interested or would like some pics. Thanks.
  13. Leather by LOU

    Artisan Np-7 Skiver :-(My Baby)

    Up for sale is an Artisan NP-7 bell knife skiver. servo motor operated. has table with wheels and lamp on table. Only selling because I'm trying to attend a leather arts school in italy and can't keep it all. I'd gladly buy it back the moment I got back to the states! Anyways it retails at $1550-$1650 machine is literally like new and has very low use. price is negotiable starting at $1300 available in the portland area and would consider delivery for a fee. I would also like to keep the machine until the second week in February. If all goes right class starts the 24th of february and I would like to continue to work until I leave. Any interested parties please feel free to contact me however you like. link to the same skiver: http://springfieldleather.com/30147/Bell-Knife-Skiver/ Anthony Loughan 715-271-9558 lousfineleather@gmail.com
  14. Leather by LOU

    Consew 206Rb-5 For Sale...

    I have a Consew 206rb-5 in tremendous condition and has been well maintained. I upgraded the clutch motor to a servo motor and love its performance. I would not be selling the machine if I hadn't found an artisan I like at such a great price. This machine has served me very well. Includes, table, servo motor, and all accessories. I also have an extra mechanical clutch motor I would consider sending with it. I am located in Portland OR feel free to call! 715-271-9558 item is to large to ship so I would prefer pickup only or I could deliver within 50-100 miles. This machine has provided all my needs up to currently. I am only upgrading. Still very happy with the machine! Asking price is $1000 Tony
  15. Artisan 797 AB Walking Foot (Alternating Feed) Lockstitch Sewing Machine Artisan 797 AB Walking Foot (Alternating Feed) Lockstitch Sewing Machine with a Big "M" size Bobbin and Rotating Hook, New Style Presser Foot "Stepper" mechanism to stitch over obstacles and heavy seams. Hand presser Foot Lifting Lever located on front of machine, Dial operated stitch length regulator, Reverse feed lever with fully automatic Lubrication and sews up to 3/8" thickness with thread from size 33 up to size 138. The Complete sewing machine includes the Motor Stand Drive Unit with adjustable "T" style steel legs, an 27" gooseneck lamp, drawer and accessories. Recommended SCHMETZ brand Needle systems: 135 x 17 size 14 to 24. for fabrics and 135x16 size 14 to 24 for leathers The machine is used, but in fantastic working condition, ready to go! Asking $750 or best offer. Pick up is available in Wildomar, CA for free, or I can deliver it in the Inland Epire, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego County, or Ventura County areas for a fee depending upon how far. Shipping can be done via FedEx Ground I can ship just the head to save you money, or I can disassemble the table and remove the motor and ship it all in separate boxes. Cost of shipping will be determined by what options you choose and delivery location. I can also palletize it for pick up by a freight company if you prefer.