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  1. 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.
  2. Excellent condition. Very little use. Accessories included. Pick up in Murrieta, CA Phone# 9513170040.
  3. Hello All, I have my grandfathers Singer 7-11 sewing machine that he used for leather working. The machine is in excellent condition with no known issues. It was last used regularly around 8 years ago and been stored inside since then. Please let me know what questions you have and I'll do my best to answer them. $1200 USD - Cincinnati, Ohio Pictures below. Thanks, Chris.
  4. Hey everyone, I hope you all are doing well. I have a KWIK Print model 86 hot foil stamping/embossing machine that I'm looking to part with. I wanted to offer it here first because, well, I just like the idea of it being put to use on leather more than I care to think about "Karen" from my kid's PTA using it to stamp out hair ribbons for some toddler beauty pageant or something. Feel free to call me biased if you'd like- you wouldn't be wrong. The machine is in great condition with nothing in regards to any flaws or damage to mention. Everything works as it should, and there won't be any negative surprises with it. I purchased the machine roughly 2-3 years ago for a large job that I was offered, and as happens to all of us at least once it seems, what was a guaranteed as a "sure thing," fell through no sooner than I bought the machine. Other than just here-and-there, it's just been taking up space in my workshop as I've transitioned more to woodworking as of late and nowadays seldom find myself working with hide very often at all. I wasn't quite ready to give up the idea of it being something I would eventually put to good use, but my wife is unexpectedly expecting our 3rd child in May (she vehemently swears it's mine but I'm not ready to give up hope just yet). We'll be moving to a larger soon, so things like this Kwik Print are having to find a new home, as well. The machine comes with the heating element, a separate heat controller, line finder, multi-line type holder, automatic foil feeder attachment, and an assortment of dies consisting of 3-6+/- of each letter of the alphabet and maybe some other odd and end dies such as punctuation and whatnot, I'm not entirely sure as I type this. All of these things are sold as "options" through the manufacturer, but without them, the machine is essentially useless. As far as I know, all of these "options" include everything that's available for these machines. New, the bare machine will run you right at $1800, and with the "add-on," it pushes the total price to $4000 give or take a few bucks. I purchased the machine secondhand for $1800. I'm not quite sure the exact figure right at this moment, but I can assure you that this thing weighs a pretty substantial amount. My guess is it weighs just a touch less than the burden my wife is putting on me to sell it. As a result, I'm unfortunately going to have to restrict shipping to the U.S. lower 48. If you live in Alaska or Hawaii and are interested in it, you'd probably be better off just buying a plane ticket and coming to grab it yourself. If you're that hellbent on it, I'd be more than happy to meet you at the airport haha. I'm located in central Mississippi and if a transaction is imminent, I could swing driving a couple of hours in any direction if it helped saved someone some time and a few bucks on the shipping. I'm asking $1000+ shipping. If shipping exceeds $300, then the machine + shipping is yours at $1300 total. If it's less than $300, you can keep the difference. I'll accept payment through PayPal or CashApp. If it'd make you more comfortable, I have no issues photographing myself with my I.D. or whatever other reasonable request that you may have in order to give you some assurance that I'm a legitimate person wanting to make a legitimate deal. If that's not sufficient, then I do have a small eBay account that I mainly use to sell antique watches on, and I could list the machine for sell there for you to purchase it through them. However, with seller's fees being what they are, and the fact they take fees from the shipping costs, as well, the final price would have to be at $150 more than the previous mentioned final figure. If you have any questions at all, hell they don't even have to be about the machine (I'm quite knowledgeable about all things related to kids), or if you would like additional photos, please do not hesitate to ask. In an attempt to save on shipping costs and protect the machine, I will be disassembling it for shipping, and will be shipping the cast iron parts in one package, and the heat controller, heating element, type holder, etc., in another. I'll be sure to bag the hardware in a way that should make it as easy as possible to reassemble. If you've ever successfully used the defrost setting on a microwave, reassembly won't be any issue for you. It's not that the two things are similar in any way, but I feel like that's a decent enough gauge of competency to go by. I appreciate you taking to time to read all of this. Thanks.
  5. I have no idea where else to ask this, but I have found more information about the singer 42-5 here, than anywhere else. I am starting a saddle and blanket repair business, and have the opportunity to buy a singer 42-5. After reading other forums, I think i will do quite well for the blanket repair, but I have no idea what it is worth. All the parts are there, and it was in good working condition 1.5 years ago before it's owner passed away. The owner used it for blankets, saddle pads, and canvas work on a regular basis. It has been in storage since. I know that without actually looking at it, no one can give an exact value, but a ballpark range would be great. Thank you in advance for any help you can offer!
  6. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've been using this grommet machine for a couple years now. It is in fair condition: some rust, but runs well. Although I'd love to keep it, I need to clear up space in my studio. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $250
  7. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've had this Stimpson 479 R1 Foot Power Machine for a couple years now. It has been serving me well and is in good condition. It can run up to a #4 grommet and is hand feed only. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $150
  8. Hey everyone, I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles specializing in leather bags, wallets, and other leather accessories. I've had this Stimpson C1 Foot Power Machine for a couple years now. It has been serving me well and is in good condition. Although I'd love to keep it, I need to clear up space in my studio. Please feel free to ask me any questions by responding to this thread. Alternatively, you can contact me through eliotylee@gmail.com Asking price (price flexible): $250
  9. Hello everyone, I just became a member of this site and am excited to be apart of this community. I am a leather goods designer based in Los Angeles. I specialize in leather bags and other leather accessories. To clear up space in my studio, I am trying to sell old machines. The prices are flexible. I have a Stimpson C1 Foot Power Machine, Stimpson 479 R1 Foot Power Machine, and grommet machine. They are used, but they still function well. Attached are some pictures of the machines. If interested, feel free to message me by responding to this thread!
  10. Hello everybody. Im wondering is it possible to transform a core xyz type 3D printer to a drag knife attached leather cutter machine. Is it have enough pushing and pulling force to cut trouhg 1.5-2mm leather? The x axis of these machines are belt driven. Will it enough?
  11. Cylinder arm Industrial sewing machine Atlas USA AT335, including sewing table on wheels. Plus FREE flatbed table extension. And FREE bias binder attachment. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Atlas USA AT335 = equivalent to Pfaff 335 sewing machine. Description: The diameter of arm is 46mm. It is specially designed for join-sewing. This machine can be use for edge assembly. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Model: AT335 Sewing speed: 2000 s.p.m. Stitch length: 5mm Needle: DPx17 INCLUDES: HEAD,TABLE,MOTOR. **AS NEW: BARELY USED !!** $1,599 *NO SENDING, LOCAL PICKUP ONLY IN LOS ANGELES!*
  12. I'm looking for a Bell Skiver that runs well and is in good shape. Would prefer used to keep costs down. Thanks. I'm located in Southern California
  13. This sale is for Jim Marsell. He is non electronic and wants to sell this machine. He is planing on moving and doesn't want to move this machine as it is not used for the type work he does. there are several stitching feet, needles and 3 bobbins. No bobbin winder with the machine. It has been setting in the corner of his shop for a period but was fully tuned before doing so. It worked perfect when last used. More pictures to follow
  14. Looking to buy. also, is there a machine that installs line20 snaps?
  15. Brand new Fabric Cutter 12" with straight blade! for all type of fabrics (Cloth, Leather, Vinyl, and Paper) Made in USA This portable (swatch) cutter is the most affordable and fast working (swatch) fabric cutter on the market! Cuts leather, vinyl, cloth and paper. Features: * Over all size 30" x 20" * Cuts up to 12" * Cuts multiple layers of cloth stacked up 3/4" high. * Portable only weighs 40lbs * Straight blade! I bought a few machines for my workshop, and this swatch cutter has never been used, it's just sitting here, now it's time to let it go. New price=$500 Selling it for $375 Goldstar Swatch Cutter.jfif Goldstar 2.jfif
  16. The HUSKYLOCK™ s15 machine is built for fabulous 2-3-4-thread results on all kinds of fabric; from stretch to sheers. The extra presser foot lift makes it easy to overlock thick layers of fabrics and quilts. Time-saving: The HUSKYLOCK™ s15 machine seams, overcasts and trims excess seam allowance or fabric perfectly in one step. Easy to use: You will love the instructional Threading Guide on DVD that comes with your HUSKYLOCK™ s15 machine. Color-coded thread guides inside the front cover on the machine lead you through the threading. Electronic speed control allows you to overlock at any speed with full needle piercing power. Fabulous finish: Overlock without puckers thanks to the differential feed. STITCHES 15 Stitches including: 3 and 4-thread capabilities for seaming and overcasting 2-thread stitches for a lightweight finish Used. In excellent condition. Asking price: $250
  17. Cylinder arm Industrial sewing machine Atlas USA AT335, including sewing table on wheels. Plus FREE flatbed table extension. And FREE bias binder attachment. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Atlas USA AT335 = equivalent to Pfaff 335 sewing machine. Description: The diameter of arm is 46mm. It is specially designed for join-sewing. This machine can be use for edge assembly. Suitable for sewing shoes, handbags, leather shoes, leather bags, leather jackets, canvas, heavy jeans, leather craft, etc. Model: AT335 Sewing speed: 2000 s.p.m. Stitch length: 5mm Needle: DPx17 INCLUDES: HEAD,TABLE,MOTOR. **AS NEW: BARELY USED !!** $1,599 *NO SENDING, LOCAL PICKUP ONLY IN LOS ANGELES!*
  18. I picked this up today... need to ID it, so I can find manuals etc! I am the worlds worst videographer lol
  19. Hello. I am a newbie to this site, and couldn’t find a thread (lol) about this topic I make heavy duty dog collars and harnesses, mostly using 9/10 oz leather, sometimes as low as 7 oz. I need a good, strong thread that will take some abuse and not stretch out. Most of what I find is thread made for hand sewing - this is for a machine (Master Tools Cub Manual). What do you all use / suggest? It would be nice if I could find something with a good selection of colors. Thank you
  20. make / manufacturer: Pfaff model name / number: 545 Industrial sewing machine for sale PFAFF 545 with new servo motor for SALE Craigslist add has pics and details. https://redding.craigslist.org/for/d/igo-pfaff-545-walking-foot-industrial/7216319921.html I bought this in the hopes of taking my leather working game up another notch, but I just got into nursing school and won’t have the time for it. Plus I need the money for school. I researched this a ton before purchasing it. It’s a beautiful sturdy old machine made in Germany and very well built. I updated it with a servo motor by Reliable, the Sewquiet 6000sm, which costs about 190$. This motor is well reviewed and the company gets great reviews as well, if you ever have any difficulties with it. I still have the clutch motor available also, the installation is very simple. I bought the machine and table from a store in San Francisco that was going out of business. They were using it to make canvas and leather bags. 1,400$ and I’ll deliver it anywhere in southern Oregon to the Bay Area. If you want it delivered then there’s a 500$ deposit with the rest payable on delivery. Or 1,215$ and you’ve got to come pick it up yourself with someone to help move it. It’s pretty heavy. I live near Redding. You should have some familiarity with this machine, I won’t be able to show you much about it as I just got it and haven’t had time to get to know it well. Lots of YouTube videos available. I’m not trying to make money on it, I’m just trying to get back the money I’ve put into it. So no lowballing please.
  21. Luberto Classic Heavy Duty Sewing Machine. My father was a saddle maker and this was his machine. It's heavy cast iron on a wood table top. All one piece. Pedal or manual sewing for controlled stitching. Works perfectly. Very heavy and will need to be picked up from Pioneertown, Ca. (near Yucca Valley/Joshua Tree) I'm sorry I really don't know much about the mechanics of it but I know it works fine and never had any issues. Purchased new in 2008. Asking $5000 obo.
  22. I would love some advice on how/where to sell a leather sewing machine. I'm closing my business (never really got off the ground) and I have a Cobra Class 26 that I need to sell. Much appreciated, Luanne
  23. Condition: Almost new, fully functional Price: 160USD Includes: Creasing Machine, Handle, handle and tips holder I am currently a student in University of Wisconsin - Madison. The reason that I am selling off my creasing machine is because I am planning to reallocate, and I need to put leather crafting on hold for a while. The Machine is fully functional, without any defects, and the condition is almost new. Please contact me if you have any questions or if you would like to arrange a live video demo. Please contact me at +1(608) 320-8046 (send me a text or call me) Original Product Page: https://www.rmleathersupply.com/collections/machines/products/rocky-mountain-summit-x1-electric-creasing-and-edging-machine Original Price: 250 USD Keywords: Electric creaser, creasing machine, Regad, Adece
  24. I've got a Bernina 217 that I like a lot. My sewing is mostly sails, canvas covers for boats, and things like 'dodgers' (http://www.shipshapecanvas.com/canvas_dodgers.php) which involve sewing through both thick plastic and multiple layers of Sunbrella. What's not great is that the foot pressure is (somewhat) limited, and the bobbin is small. For really substantial jobs I'll haul out a Juki 562 (with no reverse) that I picked up amazingly cheap...but it's straight-stitch only, and has no reverse. I've got a chance to get an Adler 98-2-8. It's not a walking foot, which would be nice, but otherwise looks like a beefier machine than the Bernina, and at least one place I read said that it had a really strong feed, which would be great. I'd probably sell the Bernina if I got the Adler. Any thoughts? (Availability of parts? Quality of the machine? Suitability for these kinds of tasks?) Thanks in advance.
  25. Quick (and most likely rhetorical) question... When doing a straight line stitch, I get that I want to go back over my starting stitch to lock it in and then again at end. When doing the complete circumference of a piece (like going around a wallet) 360 degrees, do I need to do the same or does overlapping the starting stitch with the end by 2-3 stitches suffice. Thanks // Brian
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