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  1. Cobra NP4 Skiving machine hardly used Like new $1200 plus shipping
  2. Like NEW less than 2 hours of use, REALLY! (this is why my wife hates it when I get bonus checks, I make spur of the moment purchases)! $1950.00 (COVID FREE!!) I will deliver within 50 miles of 92691 Zip Code, otherwise, we can negotiate it! I bought this when we were planning on moving, as the first piece of my new workshop, but our situation has changed and we are not moving, I can only use this when I clear room out of our den to make space for it, then need to pack it back away! It's a shame because it is awesome and works perfectly, can sew anything I can run through it, and more! For the time being, I will just hand stitch my small sites, and leave the large items to others. Cowboy industrial sewing machines (by Toledo Industrial) are built as tough as tanks and are capable of sewing thick leather, cloth, webbing, bioplastic, and other materials, with heavy thread. Capacity: The Cowboy CB3200 Leather Stitcher or Leather Sewing Machine, pictured here, is capable of sewing up to 1/2" of saddle leather, with up to #346 bonded nylon or polyester thread. Mechanism: It has a cylinder arm of 10.5 inches in length; ideal for sewing belts, collars, tack, holsters, book covers, all sorts of cases, chaps, chinks, guitar straps, and saddlebags. The feed is performed by a compound, triple feed walking foot, which ensures that all layers will move together. The presser feet, known as Harness Feet, are made of stainless steel. My unit also has the optional flat table to give the cylinder arm a flatbed application for sewing of larger or longer items. The CB3200 uses the same bobbins, feet, and needles as other Cowboy machines. The primary difference from those models is the removable U shaped table to convert the Cylinder Arm to a Flat Table Machine. The sewing stand/table size is 22" wide x 48" long and the top is 33" off floor. The sewing surface height is 37" from the floor. Included: My CB3200 purchase comes complete with a motor and table and narrow double toe harness presser feet. Also included are four bobbins and one pack of needles. Model: CB3200 Arm Length: 10.5" Arm Diameter: 3 9/16" Maximum Foot Lift: 5/8"" Max Sewn Thickness: 1/2" Thread Sizes: #69 - #346 Bobbins: 7/8" x 1" large capacity Max Speed: 800 rpm Max Stitch Length: 2 per inch Reverses into same holes High torque servo motor, with front panel speed control knob Ball bearing 3:1 speed reducer U shaped cut-out table, on casters Adjustable Pedestal stand upgrade $100.00 Removable flatbed conversion table attachment: $95 Magnetic mount, LED flex lamp My Actual Machine
  3. Hi Leatherworkers, I have a practically unused Techsew 2700 Pro for sale. This is a cylinder bed, compound walking foot, industrial sewing machine for light and medium leather. It will sew up to 3/8” thickness. It has a reinforced U table, Smartservo-NP motor (needle positioning), reverse stitch, TS-28 LED work lamp, TLG laser guide, swing-down roller guide, flatbed table attachment, bobbin winder and thread stand. An awesome machine! The cylinder arm is 10.5 inches long and 2.5 inches in diameter. Also included are a left toe zipper foot, premium needles and several spools of thread. I received this machine in November of 2017, but was not able to start using it until January of 2018. I have had very little time to use it and won’t have for the foreseeable future, so I am selling it now. It has had approximately 10 hours of use. It has been oiled regularly and is really a brand new machine. Please see photo below which shows the flatbed table attachment in place. I have many photos, but due to size constraints could only attach one. I am asking $2000. I’m in northern Colorado and hope to find a buyer within pick-up distance to avoid shipping.
  4. Like new. Only about two months old. Don't need it as much as I thought I did. The Cobra Class 20 is a flatbed machine perfectly suited for book covers, liners, bags and sheaths with its compound feed walking foot, servo motor and speed reducer. Boasting a 9/16” (14mm) capacity, the Cobra Class 20 uses thread sizes 46 - 207. This machine is great for beginners because of the speed reducer - you can sew at full torque at virtually any speed! It is one of the most versatile machines on the market and includes needles, threads, a thread stand, extra bobbins, tool kit, and comprehensive manual. Also comes with edge guide. $2000.00
  5. For Sale Tippman Boss. Used very little. Did not use a full spool of thread. I bought a Cowboy machine. I'm asking $1200 paid $1500 for it. Comes with the tool kit provided and two bobbins. I will throw in a full spool of thread. Comes in the original box. I prefer local pick up in central Texas. I am willing to meet within 50 miles of Brady. Please email me at texdeputy@yahoo.com.
  6. I have an 810 Techsew sewing machine in like new condition for sale. Included is what is in the pictures. It is priced at $750. here at Wessington Springs, SD. Really don't want to ship. I will be headed to central Kansas in the next couple of weeks and can bring it that far for free if someone in that part of the country needs it. It has had maybe a couple of hours use. I was only able to post one picture, if you want more, let me know. Included are 10 packs of needles, extra feet, oil and manual. PM me if interested.
  7. Roller foot postbed for sale in oakland CA. This machine has feed from the top and bottom. Will run 107 size twine. Perfect for shoe lasts, uppers, cowboy boots, bags, you name it! Barely used $1800 obo
  8. Rhett Kelley's Florida Cow Whip Tutorial Shows how the make the Florida Cow Whip using parachute cord. Like new $25
  9. Hey all,Im selling my cowboy 4500, right now it is listed on eBay. It is in like new condition. Im listing it with a 2000 dollar reserve. So any bids higher than that will get it. This is a pick/up only item. Im located near allentown pennsylvania. We can assist with helping to move if you are within 200 miles. And witin reasonable terms. Here is the listing thats on ebay sorry Im having issues uploading pictures here for some reason or other. Cowboy 4500 Cylinder Arm Lock Stitch Industrial Sewing/Stitching Machine like new condition!! If your looking for a great leather stitcher,nows your chance to save big money!!! Way below the cost from a dealership!!! This is a Local Pickup only,but,if your not further than 200 miles maybe we can work something out within reason. If This is the case: PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING IF YOU REQUIRE ASSISTANCE WITH TRANSPORTATION OF MACHINE. These Details Must be agreed upon prior to purchase!!! I am selling our like NEW Cowboy 4500 leather stitcher with a lot of extras!!!!Includes the machine head, table,servo motor with speed reducer and all the add on accessories!In like new excellent condition,used maybe 10 hours. Featured on leather worker.net and all your high end leather working catalogs,and Leather craftsman Bruce Cheaney among many other highly skilled craftsman.Sadly it does not suit our needs for it is made for heavy duty sewing of thick leather. Such as saddles,saddle bags,holsters, gun and knife sheathes ect. I make clothes and light bags,my husband was gonna start making knife sheathes,holsters,motorcycle gear,such as saddle bags and fix hockey gear. His life took a different direction so now it just sadly sits waiting to be loved and used. If you noticed,this machine is a cylinder arm which also has a flatbed table that can be mounted if you prefer a flatter surface to sew on. It's like having two different machines in one. Which saves. A lot of shop space. This machine comes with all the extra accessories and upgrades. Please visit their website at tolindsew.com to learn more. There are also many YouTube videos of the Cowboy 4500 machine in action. This is also made exactly like the Cobra class 4-P,same factory,but better stainless steel parts,and lighter color finish. All pressure feet and feed dogs are made of high quality stainless steel. All original manuals for machine and servo motor are included and have been well cared for. The machine has always been covered and well oiled and will also come with oilers and tools.As I took the pictures today, I also gave the machine a good run and it sews perfectly. This thing is built like a tank. Sews through thick leather like butter!The base has lockable caster wheels that turn in any direction,which makes for easy moving. Also the height can be adjusted for seated or standing positions. Blanket foot is excellent for sewing heavy cloth/canvas, or heavy cloth to leather. This machine has a removable roller guide to aid in straight stitch lines. Also when stitching in reverse it uses same holes!! That is awesome! Sorry but This is a local sale only, we may be able to help get it to its new home providing it's not over 200 miles away and payment has cleared. So if interested please contact me through eBay. Serious inquiries only! Please look at pictures as they are also part of description please note:that in picture number 2. I took cap off cylinder arm just to show inside shuttle. Here are the Specifications : Model: CB4500 •Arm Length: 16 1/2" •Arm Diameter: 3 9/16" •Maximum Foot Lift: 1 1/16" •Max Sewn Thickness: 7/8" •Needle: 7x3 or 794: #18-#27 •Thread Sizes: #69 - #415 •Bobbins: 7/8" x 1" large capacity •Max Speed: 800 rpm •Max Stitch Length: 3 per inch •Reverses into same holes •Adjustable speed, high torque servo motor •Ball bearing speed reducer •Height adjustable stand on casters •Long neck, high intensity flex lamp When we purchased this machine we opted for ALL the extra accessories including extra bobbins,needles,spools of thread. So I'm including everything at a great deal,better than what the dealer is offering and don't forget they charge shipping and handling fees from Ohio on top of their price. This is the list from their website of extras I have included with this purchase that are not part of the regular base model. So you get all these extras. Cowboy Stitcher Accessories: Wax/lube pot: $95.00 Blanket foot set: $100.00 Serrated feed dog: $50.00 (Requires blue Loctite to install securely) Smooth Feed dog: $65.00 (Requires blue Loctite to install securely) Stainless steel double toe harness foot set: $125.00 Stainless steel right harness foot: $75.00 Stainless steel left harness foot: $75.00 Stainless steel right paddle shaped foot (left or right): $85.00 each Stainless steel narrow inside foot for paddle feet: $75.00 Standard throat plate: $65.00 Stainless steel slotted needle plate: $85.00 Stainless steel holster plate: $160.00 Stainless steel stirrup plate: $160.00 Swing-away roller guide: $95.00 Drop down adjustable roller edge guide (Adler style): $125.00 Magnetic LED flex-lamp: $30.00 Flat work table platform: $85.00 Series 794 S leather point needles (10/pack - sizes #23,24,25, Series 7x3 (DYx3) regular sharp point needles I also have several spools in pairs of 1 lb cones nylon and 1lb cones of poly thread that I will include with this sale. 207 and 277 in blacks,tans,Browns,beiges,whites. I have not included pictures for lack of space but I'm sure you'll be quite pleased. These are too heavy for my use so I will be including them also. Everything you need is here to get started except the leather. This machine has a powerful servo motor with a speed reducer. The torque is excellent to stitch even the thickest hides. I've included. Some pictures of the various thicknesses of leather sewn on this machine. It is. A PowerHorse! Also from their website: Cowboy industrial sewing machines are built as tough as tanks and are capable of sewing thick leather, cloth, webbing, bioplastic and other materials, with heavy thread. The Cowboy CB4500 leather stitcher is capable of sewing up to 7/8" of saddle leather, with up to #415 bonded nylon or polyester thread. It has a cylinder arm of 16.5 inches in length; ideal for sewing horse saddles. The feed is performed by a compound, triple feed walking foot, which ensures that all layers will move together. The pressor feet, known as Harness Feet, are made of stainless steel, as are the throat cover plates. A blanket foot set, with teeth on the bottom, is available, instead of, or in addition to the harness feet, for those sewing cloth items and horse blankets, rather than only leather. Every new CB4500 purchase comes complete with a motor and table, choice of regular or harness pressor feet, one standard throat plate and feed dog to match feet, and a swing-away roller edge guide. Also included are four bobbins and one pack of 10 needles (to match your preferred thread size). Uses for this machine include saddlery, leather and bioplastic harnesses and bridles, gun holsters, ammo pouches, gun belts, weight belts, nylon webbing tow ropes, animal collars and leashes. The Cowboy cylinder arm sewing machines all feature a strong industrial table, with a powerful servo motor and a speed reducer. PayPal only, no returns I have a high 100% rating and intend on keeping it that way! I am an honest seller and treat people the way I expect to be treated. With that said You may bid with confidence. Just a reminder: This is a local sale, pick up only! Bring strong backs ,You will need help moving this machine for it is very heavy. Also and within reason, if your not further than 200 miles maybe we can work something out to help you get it home. Please make these kind of arrangements prior to auction end so that all parties are agreed upon. If This is the case:PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE BIDDING IF YOU REQUIRE ASSISTANCE WITH TRANSPORTATION OF MACHINE. These Details Must be agreed upon prior to purchase!!! Money Must be cleared through PayPal before machine leaves premise. Please ask questions before placing bids and I will do my best to answer. Payment is due through PayPal only. No refunds. Again. Local pickup only. If not too far may consider delivery once payment is received and cleared. Thank you for looking. Good luck Bidding
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