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  1. Hello All, My name is Blu, Im just discovering this site, but Im already learning a lot from everything on here. I have my own sewing operation in San Francisco, focusing on Denim and Leather things, and I just have acquired an bunch of new machines, all Singers, and am needing help finding some of their user manuals. The main user manuals im after are for the Singer 133K18, and the Reece 101 Bulldog just got this beast into the shop and would really benefit from having a manual for this guy. Also any background history of its functions and uses would greatly be appreciated. Again, looking for the Manual for - Reece101Bulldog The rest of the machines are: Singer —111WSV14 - 111W100 - 246-5 -153W101 If anyone has the user manuals for any of these guys, thatd be very helpful. Also any history or knowledge you have of them as well. A few of them are still in prime condition, but a few have definitely seen better days. I want to bring them all into better condition then when I got them. What are the proper ways to clean these old cast iron singer machines? I plan on cleaning off the rust and everything properly, and adding new black paint to it as well. Any suggestions? Thanks, Blu
  2. I purchased an old Fortuna AS320 Band Knife Splitting Machine for my shop. After a couple of months of working the electrical issues, I finally have the machine working, but need to make some adjustments and lack the guts and knowledge to make those adjustment. I'm interested in contacting individuals that have the knowledge and are willing to help. Thanks in advance.
  3. A few members have been gracious enough to provide me links to both the JUKI Engineers Manual and Parts List. These in addition to the ones found doing internet searches, are photocopies of the manuals or part list that are saved as pdf documents. Although full of good information, the images and text are not always the clearest. When searching the internet the other night, trying to find a solution to a problem that I had, I came across these original JUKI pdf documents on their website. Both the images and text are very sharp in these documents, even when zooming in! The "Instruction Manual" is really a combination of setup and operation instructions for the machine, as well as the adjustments found in the Engineers Manual. You just have to get past the first 23 pages in Japanese before you get to the English section, while the Parts List is mostly all in english. As always most of the information found in these pdf documents apply to 441 clones as well. Instruction Manual: https://www.juki.co.jp/industrial_j/download_j/manual_j/tsc441_tsn421_tsh411_tsu471/menu/tsn 421_tsc 441/pdf/tsn 421_tsc 441_instruction_2k.pdf#page=1 Parts List: https://www.juki.co.jp/industrial_j/download_j/manual_j/tsc441_tsn421_tsh411_tsu471/menu/tsn 421_tsc 441/pdf/partslist.pdf#page=1 I printed both of these out (2 sided printing) to add to a handy reference book that I am compiling. Pro Tip: For the instruction Manual, print page 1 only, then do another print with the page range of 26-49 to skip printing all of the Japanese pages.
  4. This is my most favorite site for sewing machine info and hoping the collective experience here can help and save me an embarrassing trip to the sewing machine shop. I mostly sew on canvas for sails and boat projects and started messing with my Pfaff 545 H3 that isn't totally new to me and sewed OK, but was obviously not tuned. I started with the available 1245 adjustment manual and followed the steps outlined there. Centering the lower dog within the needle plate was needed and easily done , so was adjusting the lower feed dog height, and the needle bar height (Sections 13.05.01 through 13.05.04). First problems occurred when trying to follow the 13.05.05 which involved centering the needle in the needle hole. The 1245, with the internal pressure foot spring, has a different needle bar frame (NBF)_ and associated adjustment compared to the 545. On my machine the needle entered the lower feed dog too far to the left (and this has caused some needle breakage if the needle got deflected too much while sewing). The only adjustment I could find was loosening the set screw on the top pivot shaft and then trying to move the NBF to the right. But it appears that the frame is out of travel space at the bottom and contacts the lower right-hand guide on the machine case. This then actually cause the needle bar frame to start "tilting" more to the left and further offsetting the needle relative to the feed dog. So with that in mind I tried tilting the whole frame the other way, which worked, but caused the outer pressure foot mechanism to bind. In the end I compromised and left the needle somewhat off center right-to-left. Am I missing some adjustment? In sorting all of the above out, I did manage to take things far enough apart to remove my broken needle bar (lowest thread guide was broken off) and replace it with a new one I had bought more than a year ago. I needed to do some serious battle to remove screw near the stitch length/reverse lever that adjusts the fore and aft centering/timing of the needle entering the lower feed dog. Somebody had previously tried and failed and left the flat head slot stripped. Small butane torch to heat things up, and then pitting German against German, my small Bosch 12V impact wrench finally did the trick. I felt pretty good after getting that screw out and doing the fore/aft adjustment. My next steps (and this is where things have gone awry) were to adjust the eccentrics related to the bottom feed dogs and drive motion eccentrics (13.05.06 and 07). In a total brain fart, I loosened the screws holding the tops of the rings riding on the eccentrics (the ones with the nice red lube holes) and not the eccentrics themselves. The machine immediately stopped turn over and no loosening/tighting of the screws, including those of the eccentrics has made things better. HELP! I assume the eccentrics themselves are round, but mounted off center on the shaft. I don't quite know where the friction is coming from - maybe the two eccentrics are rubbing against each other? Also, is there an adjustment manual specific for the 145/545? The timing instructions for the newest 1245 look a bit different although this manual (245, 1245, etc) seems to show an older machine and things look more similar to the 545. Hopefully all the above makes sense and thanks so much for any feedback and advice. BTW I am in the SF bay area and happy to meet with folks if necessary. Erik
  5. Apologies if there is already a topic that consolidates the information about sewing machine manuals (user manuals, user guides, repair guides, engineer guides, etc.) I just purchased a Juki LU-1508N and had a hard time finding an online user manual. Here are what I turned up. I hope the information is helpful to others. Joe ______________________________ * Manual at the Juki website: http://www.juki.co.jp/industrial_e/products_e/alldocument.html * The LU-1508N manual:from the Juki site: http://www.juki.co.jp/industrial_e/download_e/catalog_e/lu1500n.pdf * A site with an "engineer's" version of the Juki LU-1508N manual (for certain other Juki models as well): http://semsi.com.mx/Manuales/JUKI/LU-1500N SEM02_.pdf * A (sewitworks) web page that provides links to the manuals for machines made by various manufacturers (including Juki): http://www.sewitworks.com/manuals/
  6. After 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.
  7. Some recent discussion on here got me to wondering: Have any of the many leathercraft manuals, books, videos, etc that we all enjoy in the englsh language been translated into other languages for use by non-english speaking/reading users? I did some searching on the net, and did see that there seem to be several leatherwork guides in Japanese, but they are works of Japanese origin, and not translations of English works. Any english translations of them? Does anybody know if Tandy/LF has made any moves in this direction? Seems like a potential market for those that hold the copyrights to the many books availible in english. I even wondered if anyone has had much success in using translation programs with leathercraft manuals. Considering some of the manuals that I have read which were originally in other languages, and then translated to confusing, and sometimes gibberish english, I am somewhat dubious of how well translation programs would work with our subject matter. INPUT ? ? ?
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