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  1. Is $1100 a good deal for this walking foot machine? I found this one for sale at a sewing machine shop in my area. It’s been serviced recently, has reverse, a servo motor, new table, and new stand. I’m also considering a saltire fabricator.
  2. Hi everyone, I just purchased a Consew 230R-1. I’m attempting to set it up for doing some leather projects. I’ve been hand sewing everything and wanted to try a machine. (Last time I used a sew machine was home economics in 1999.) I know it’s not the perfect machine for what I’m doing and I should have bought a much more expensive set up but I’ve found lots of positive feedback on this machine and it was in my price range. I have a few questions though. What size needle should I use? I will be trying to go through 2-4mm of leather if that’s possible. What thread size can is best for this and will fit through the machine and the tensioners? Do I use the same size and color in the bobbin? Last question is there a specific type of foot I should use to help with this that won’t mark up the leather? Like a roller foot or something? Some things I like about this machine is that it had reverse, I can change my stitch size and it has the walking foot. Some of the pictures are what I’ve sewn by hand and other projects I want to use the machine for. Thanks for your kindness.
  3. Had a few pieces of equipment in storage hoping to open shop again but we're moving out of state and it's easier to sell than take with. This Consew 206RB is in good shape and ready to sew. Servo motor, led light, comes with table and foot pedal. $950 OBO, located in Dallas, TX Also selling, Cobra NP-4 and Cobra NP-10 skivers, Kwikprint 86 Heat Press and Kwikprint 64 Pneumatic Heat Press
  4. Hello, Leatherworkers! First off I would like to thank you for your sharing your extensive expertise. I read @Wizcrafts' sewing machine thread and have been lurking around this message board for weeks. I've definitely learned more about machine mechanics and specs here than anywhere. I really appreciate the breakdown explaining the various machine types, feeds, walking foot vs add-on foot, etc. I'm a professional seamstress with a market opportunity for alterations in Irish Dance dresses. Think Riverdance. Modern show/competition costumes are constructed with a particular double pleat skirt, with extensive stiffening materials (sometimes plastic or cardboard), on thick fabrics (duck, velvet, heavy satin, sequin, embroidered). This is to create the distinctive flat, sticking-out skirt. The skirt-to-bodice seam easily can be in excess of 1/2" thick. Example of a dress here: https://irishdancedresstoimpress.com/product/dress-11916/ My kids are Irish dancers and since I have done some alterations on their costumes, as well as some friends' costumes (mostly rescues from the damage done by local tailors), I now have many requests. But I can't get that blasted double-pleated skirt-to-bodice seam through my domestic sewing machine. Hence, researching industrial machines. My goodness. I had no idea there were so many possibilities. I asked my group of specialty Irish dance seamstresses what they recommend, but no one comes even close to this group's ability to break down the why's and wherefore's of my options. I'm pretty sure I've narrowed my search to a true walking foot machine with more than 1/2" clearance under the presser foot -- though some of the seamstresses say they are doing fine with high clearance on a regular double-toe foot. Juki was originally recommended to me by a trusted seamstress, but Wiz raves about his Consew machines so much, my horizons have expanded. :-D What I'm hoping for here is maybe to connect with someone with a used machine for sale, a dealer, or any and all advice & guidance the group might be able to offer. I think I will need to buy something used to get me through the upcoming fall seasons and then save up for an "ideal" machine. I know most of my particular craft doesn't apply to leatherworking, but the best mechanical information is here. Perhaps somebody is able to "interpret" my needs, or can point me to a different group that has a closer specialty (but can also explain the mechanical pros and cons). I'm located in Jacksonville, Florida. Thank you very much for reading my message and considering my questions.
  5. Need help identifying this sewing machine can’t find anything on it online. Pics
  6. I just picked up a nice used seiko lsc-8bv in Bangkok. Great place for cheap used machines! Its a binding cylinder bed (I believe it is the same machine as the consew 277) and I’d like to convert it to a standard machine - something akin to the seiko lsc-8b. Leather keeps catching on the binder needle plate. Can I just swap the needle plate for the non-binding type plate? It seems I can’t as the feed dog mechanism appears to be completely different. I’d be grateful for any guidance anyone might have on this type of conversion. Thanks!
  7. Hello Everyone, I hope you're doing better than I. I'm having a tough time trying to perfect the topstitch, and reverse stitch on the Consew 255RB-3. I'm getting loose stitches on the backside of my leather pieces when I reverse stitch. I'm also having a tough time when I try to resume stitching after I've stopped to make a clean, professional-looking stitch. I realize one of my issues is having control of the machine. But, even with lack of machine control (I'm constantly practicing), the stitches are not up to par. Can anyone offer any suggestions? Lthrz
  8. Hi guys cant find a manual anywhere for this consew 206rbl-1. Not a rbl1-18 or 25 or 30...it’s an older rbl-1. Please help I’m trying to get it up and running again
  9. I’ve got my Consew 226 about ready to put into use, except that I can’t figure out how to balance the forward and reverse stitch lengths. This is the older version of the 226, but I’m not sure which one. It’s not an “R” machine. The reverse stitch length is a much shorter length than the forward. Did I miss a thread where this was discussed? The Consew 226 is built differently than the Singer 111G156, so I can’t use the Singer guide. Thanks for any help. CD in Oklahoma
  10. I can't get my pictures to load. I will gladly send pictures by phone. I have a Singer 17-23 with a servo motor and speed reduction pulley system ($400.00) and a Seiko STW-8 consew clone with a servo motor and an oversized drive pulley ($500). I would consider delivery to the right location. These machines are located in the Grand Rapids Michigan metro area. 616-204-3257
  11. I have a Consew 225 I’m willing to trade/part trade for the right deal. It comes with a servo motor, larger head unit pulley/smaller servo pulley for ultra slow speed. I just want something newer. I’m located in SW Washington.
  12. Selling a turn-key leather goods business (www.gifthighland.com) with over $2.2M in sales since 2012. Second kid, two companies and classic cars take precedence at this time. Wanted to store equipment with the hopes of starting up again in the future, but doesn't make sense at the moment with my growing family. Located in design district of Dallas, TX. Asking $95,000 includes everything below: Leather Equipment Fortuna 12' Band Knife Splitter w/ new blade Atom 20 ton Clicker Consew 206RB Sewing Machine Techsew 2700 Sewing Machine Brother Walking Foot Sewing Machine Cowboy CB4500 Cylinder Arm (all black model ) Cobra NP4 Skiver Cobra NP10 Double Feed Skiver Rossley Pneumatic Edge Folder Kwickprint Debossing Model 86 Kwickprint Debossing Model 64 (pneumatic setup, foot pedal activated, mounted on cast iron stand) Gluefast 20" Colonel Glue Up Machine RC50 Edge Painter Hand Press Rivet/Button Setter (x2) Heritage Foot Press Weaver Power Edge Sander/Slicker Misc Steel Clicker Dies (105 dies - wallets, key chains, mouse pads, coasters, portfolios, etc) Font Sets (x4) Company Logo Dies (200+...Nike, Adidas, JP Morgan, Gulfstream, etc) Speedtron 2403cx photography setup (all lights, controller unit and all cables in perfect working order) misc tools, needles, threads, heat stamping foils, cutting boards, snaps, buttons, etc Misc Shop Equipment Uline Plastic Bag Sealers (x2 - 12" and 8") 10'h x 8'w x 4'd Metal Warehouse Storage Racks (x8 Units) Small Metal Warehouse Racks (x3 units) Rolling Metal Storage Rack for shipping boxes Rolling Kitchen Rack w/ 12 trays Rolling Stainless Cart Air Compressor Quiet 5500LB Pallet Jack Packing Paper Roll Cutter 4'x8' Wooden Work Tables (x3) Misc plastic uline storage bins for tools, snaps, conchos, etc Customer List - I will provide historical sales data and all contact phone numbers, emails, company names, etc. (sample of customer list - MGM Properties, Gulfstream, New York Jets, JP Morgan, Montage Properties) Website & Product Photography - www.gifthighland.com , all hi-res product images (hundreds), latest product catalog in Ai format Leather and Misc Inventory- Approximately $5k worth of leather sides (Sepici, Horween, Hide House) and $20k of excess inventory from old orders including check book presenters, key chains, portfolios, tote bags, golf club head covers, briefcases, etc. I am including this inventory at no cost since some items have corporate branding. Consider it as free marketing materials. Manufacturing Partners- I will also introduce you to my manufacturing groups in Hong Kong and Los Angeles, perfect for large orders, custom products and anything you cannot make in-house.
  13. I am thinking about buying this old Ferdinand (serial# 988038 ). The seller can't seem to find the model number on the machine. I am told it is a clone of a Consew model, Im just not sure which one. Can anyone help me out? Does $150 Sound like a good price? Thanks for your help. Ive never owned a walking foot sewing machine and Im looking forward to finding one.
  14. Finally bit the bullet and bought a servo with synchronizer for my Consew 226. The motor installed fine and is running good (except it tends to roll backwards at the end of a stitch, but I increased the brake all the way and that seemed to help a bit) the problems started when I went to install the synchronizer. The instructions are horrible but I have a good basic idea of what (I think) it's supposed to go on like. The biggest problem is that the was no bolt on the end of my machine's handwheel. There was, however, a tapped hole. Except none of the bolts that came with the synchronizer work. They are all too big. I'm about to go to the store to see if I can get another bolt that might fit the threads that ARE in my machine, but I'm worried about the bolt being too small then for the connector that I'm trying to bolt on. I'm worried it might slip. Any advice? To give more info, I have a used Consew 226 that came out of a Lazy Boy furniture factory, and a Mophorn servo with synchronizer (looks like all the other China made servos out there) I'm attaching photos of the handwheel of my machine, and the contents of the synchronizer package. There are also a few things that came with the synchronizer that I'm not sure what they would be for. Maybe they can help with my machine, I'm not sure. Thanks for any advice you can give. I guess if all else fails I can just run it without the synchronizer.
  15. Consew 226 leather sewing machine for sale. Comes with a servo motor and table. Located in Austin TX. Prefer local pickup but I can look into shipping options. It's in great shape. We're moving so I would like to get rid of it. You can reach me at 512-850-8564 Asking $800 obo
  16. Hi all, I have a consew 226R and I'm ready to put a servo motor on it for more control. My problem is that most of the recommended motors on leather forums, like the Reliable motors (which seem reasonable for well under $200au), are all for sale overseas or on ebay. Whilst some of them look like they have the voltage option for Australia, which is 220v, I can't tell if they would then have an Australian plug. The motors that are for sale from Australian vendors all look extremely expensive to me by comparison, around $400au. I'd really appreciate any info from fellow Aussie leather workers who have been down this path. And from anyone else too of course, if you have seen this type of question before. Regards, Carrie.
  17. This machine (Consew 2050) has been in my home for 7 months and I have used it all of 5 hours, might be less. I purchased this machine brand new, had it delivered to my smoke free home and purchased different gadgets to make sewing easy. I have changed my focus in leather, therefore this machine is to powerful. A great machine for someone working with heavy leather. Based on the pictures...you will get a right and left zipper foot, sewing roller guide, a regular sewing guide, feeding dog plate with no ridges, oil and thread spools. All original parts will come with the machine as well. Everything listed in the pictures is your. Please feel free to ask questions... Pickup only Indianapolis 46214 ! $3500.00/OBO I have more picture but maxed on MB 219-214- three four nine three APPLICATIONS For stitching extra heavy-weight materials Designed for such operations and products as bag and suitcase handles, seat cushions, safety and logging belts, cargo slings, buffing wheels, tents, sails, harnesses, tarpaulins and covers, fabric structures, construction barriers, parachutes, balloons, industrial bags, boot stitching, book binding Extended workspace Designed for extremely large thread and thick materials. Thick seams, horse saddles, harnesses or stirrups are no match for the strength of this machine. It can also sew tight stitches with a long stitch length. “Adler” style casting and features. FEATURES Synchronized upper and lower feeding mechanism assures uniform stitching Alternating presser feet (walking feet) 13/16” (20mm) Presser foot lift - hand or foot operated Two row feeder 2½ stitches per inch Stitches per minute - 800 16-1/2" work area Belt guard
  18. Anyone know where I can buy a replacement red oval Consew label /badge. The original on my 206RB is missing. It was the oval shaped red metal badge, with two mounting holes. New or used is fine. Thanks!
  19. Hello! We are a small leather goods manufacturer and we are consolidating our machine inventory! We have several industrial machines available. All machines are in used, working condition and are sold as-is. They have all been in use in a production facility most recently in December 2018. Please DM me if you would like more information in regard to pricing and photos. Please make an offer! If you are in the Twin Cities area, we would be happy to coordinate a showing for you. Please arrange your own pick up/delivery/shipping - we have a loading dock for convenience. Cash only. We have the following machines for sale: Leather Machinery Fortuna 3443 Band Knife Splitter United-Carr M 235 Kickpress Judson L. Thomson 21. 2776 Kickpress Prym Press Pneumatic Snap Setter Schaefer TC 15 Topside Cementer Franklin Imprinting Machines A11593041 Hot Stamper Kwik Print 425 Hot Stamper Central Machine 37151 Metal Cutting Band Saw (x2) WSK PP-34F Pneumatic Embossing Machine (x2) USM Emhart Clicker Model B Brute Eastman Class 627 Table Knife Royersford Excelsior No. 10 Kickpress United-Carr M235 Kickpress Sewing Machinery (x3) Adler 267 Walking Foot - $900 Consew 206RB Walking Foot - $700 Consew 227R Walking Foot Cylinder Arm - $1,400 (x2) Juki LU-563 Walking Foot - $900 Juki DLN-415-4 Needle Feed, 220V - $750 (x5) Seiko STH-8BLD-3 Walking Foot - $900 (x2) Seiko LSWN-8BL-3 Walking Foot - $1,100 Seiko LSWN-8BL-3 Walking Foot, HEAD ONLY - $700 Singer 111W151 Needle Feed - $500 NEW - Typical GC2263V Walking Foot Cylinder Arm - $2,000 Thank you for your interest!
  20. OK folks, I have a choice to make and request your opinion(s). If you were to choose between a Consew 226R-1 and a Consew 206RB-1, which would you prefer ? ? ? and why ? Pros and cons of each maybe ? Are they pretty well equal ? Different years of the same basic model ? Thanks
  21. Pfaff 545-H4-6/01 in excellent condition. $900 This is a triple feed medium weight leather sewing machine. This machine was built in Western Germany. It's capable of sewing up to size 138 threads, and through 3/8" of leather. The machine has been cleaned, adjusted and serviced. It works perfectly. maximum stitch is approximately 8mm, minimum stitch is less than 1mm. Reverse stitch matches the forward stitch. Internals are clean and oiled. Shipping across the USA is available upon request. The machine can be inspected and tested at: Solar Leather Machines 2837 Galleria Drive Arlington Tx 76011 817-422-9151
  22. Consew Leather Skiver Machine Model DCS-S2. $850 Firm This is a bell knife skiver used for skiving the edges of leather. Primarily used in the production of soft leather goods like garments or handbags. This machine has been thoroughly serviced, cleaned and tested. It is in perfect working order. Comes with standard accessories, a 20mm foot and a 50mm foot. We can ship for additional cost. Please provide a complete address for a quotation. The machine can be inspected and tested at the address below: Solar Leather Machines 2837 Galleria Drive Arlington Tx 76011 817-422-9151 Condition: Used - Excellent
  23. Consew 227 with reverse, It has some age but it is in excellent condition. Just serviced by a professional and worn parts were replaced. Table, variable speed motor, speed reducer and new belt. Pick up in Western NC or I can meet in the vicinity of any of these zip codes: 28746,29670,30605 $1200 OBO Moving shop to SC and trying to reduce the load.
  24. ***As is where is, new parts may be limited, some machines missing parts*** Does NOT include drip pan, knee lifter, bobbin winder thread stand or any machine trimmings, price is for heads only. Not all machines are complete and some are expected to be used for parts. Some are complete machines as seen.
  25. Hi all, I've been a fan of this forum for a while. Thought my video on converting a Consew 226r to a large bobbin (Juki-lu563) might be of interest. https://youtu.be/LE87ukxP2mw Hope this helps others out. BRE
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