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I wanted to ask for your opinions about some used sewing machines I have an opportunity to buy... I want a good machine that sews thicker thread... These machines have been well serviced in a long standing leather company. I make large totes, wallets, card holders, etc using 3-5 ounce leather. The machines are : Durkopp Adler 267-373 .Consew 146RB Consew 199RB Thank you for any input any one could give me! Barry
After browsing new DA 867’s my local DA dealer told me about the 11 767’s from a recently closed factory that will be available with full automatic and programmable features and also with EKFA motors. The price he quoted me was $2,700 for one and he will let me pick the first of the 11 available. What do yall think? Good deal or spend double for a new but less equipped machine? Do all these bells and whistles such as programmable back tack, pressure foot adjustment at touch of a button, needle positioning, etc need to be there or is it just more stuff to malfunction in the future? He claims the machines are in very good condition. Please share your thoughts. I will be doing low production leather work making furniture upholstery.
Uwe posted a topic in Leather Sewing MachinesAfter fretting that no owner manual exists online for the old Pfaff 335 I realized that there wasn't one available online for my own Durkopp Adler 205-370, either. So I scanned in my printed Durkopp Adler 204/205-370 Owner Manual and uploaded it here: http://docs.uwe.net/Durkopp Adler Owner Manual 204-370 205-370.pdf I had also found a Durkopp Adler 205-370 Service Manual in PDF format some time ago. I uploaded it here: http://docs.uwe.net/Durkopp Adler Service Manual 204-370 205-370.pdf Both manuals have five language sections: German, English, Spanish , French, Italian There are reference photos are at the end of each manual. I also uploaded both PDFs to http://www.ManualsLib.com, so they may appear there too.