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chrisash posted a topic in Leather Sewing MachinesLooking at these Cowboy cylinder machines and wondering why the do not have built in lugs so you could easily fit a attachment to make them flat beds if required Best part on 100 years ago the Singer 29K models had lugs built in and a table option you could by No doubt many have made their own fittings that fit on , but it should be a simple just drop in existing slots or catches Never had one so only going on images, so may be totally wrong
I have a bias tape binder attachment that I got for my old sewing machine (this is it http://www.ebay.com/itm/SINGLE-THREE-FOLD-BIAS-TAPE-BINDER-Singer-Brother-Juki-Industrial-machines-A2S-/231264807648). It doesn't seem to fit my new machine which is a Juki lu-562. It looks like I'm supposed to use the holes that are on the bobbin cover of the juki? These holes are too large for the screws that came with my attachment. I'm going to experiment a bit and hopefully find some screws that will work, but if I can't I was curious if anyone has drilled there own holes into their machine or how others have customizing an attachment to make it fit? Thanks!
Howdy! After seeing a flat bed attachment for an Adler, I decided to make one on my own for my Artisan Toro 4000. Thought you might like to see it. It is pretty easy to make and cost a lot less than the commercially available ones. It's made of 1/2" plywood. I used a piece of 1/8" x 1" Aluminium to make a strap to hold the bed securely in place Another view of underside There are two guides, easily moved or removed. When both guides are used, you can sew a perfectly straight line on a strap or belt. Cutouts on the wood were done with a scroll saw. If you didn't know, the scroll saw is a great piece of equipment. It can cut almost anything, including leather.