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  1. Hello, I bought my Cobra Class 26 3 week ago (NEW). It´s really nice machine, and I like it a lot. But I have problems with servo motor and controlling the sewing speed. When i set speed on for example 15. I cannot sew slowly. When I press foot pedal, just a little bit it, sews immediately fast. And when i set speed on 5, it sews slow, but sometime accelerates for few stitches (like on number 10), and than slow again. But my foot pedal is still. Maybe you have some suggestions what can i do? I tried a lot, but probably not everything. Thanks a lot and have a nice day
  2. I'm in need of a 'slow' sewingmachine for precision and control stitching and found a good deal now. The advertiser send me this photo of the motor; it's a clutch motor, he called it a 'leather motor' since it goes at about 1425 r.p.m. I have no experience with motors/electronics and could use some advice regarding this offer, or deciding to upgrade to a servo. I made the agreement that I can either buy the machine without the motor (and order a servo elsewhere) or buy it with, but it will have an impact on my budget. Will this motor be slow enough for my needs? I would like it to go stitch by stitch at times, I'm not at all interested in 'fast' options. Also I prefer the machine to be quiet, which I know a clutch is not. What is the aprox. value of this clutch motor (without machine)? Thanks !
  3. Dear all, I have got my hands on a pfaff 561 with an efka variostop motor. I'm a true newbie with (industrial) sewing machines and I really didn't know much about the machine before purchasing and how to value it. I've come across the problem that the machine shuts off when I decrease the pressure on the footpedal (from fast to slow stitching). I don't know what happens, I can only explain it as the experience of lowering the speed in a (clutch) car and the speed becomes too low for the gear and the car finally shuts off. The efka motor of the sewing machine "stutters" and then finally shuts off as if it has short-circuit. I can't restart the motor up until (over) a minute later, before it starts and shuts off again. The seller told me the machine works on 220 Volt, but maybe not? Are the settings not compatible? I would really appreciate it if someone with the knowledge can give me an update on the do's and don'ts with the efka motor! Was this purchase a mistake? In the meantime I got my eyes on an Adler 67-73 L with a servo motor, though it is double the price. Would it make more sense to return the pfaff and invest in the Adler? I am situated in the Netherlands and don't work with leather but I make bags and wallets with waste tarpaulin.
  4. Hi everyone new here and just became a proud owner of a consew 206! i quickly found out that it vibrates my entire apartment though, which isn’t great for neighbors. Im wondering if there are any servo motors with speed variability in the $100 range that would serve me well. Is that cheap not worth doing, are they fine, is $200 night-and-day. Any advice is appreciated. Thank you!
  5. KCB346

    Enduro pro sm645-1p

    I recently purchased a juki lu563. It came with an extra motor, a enduro pro sm645-1p. It was missing the fuse cap and fuse. I contacted enduro and they can’t tell me what amp fuse is used with this motor. Does anyone know what amp buss fuse is used with this motor? I’d like to get it running. thanks
  6. KCB346

    Enduro pro sm645-1p

    I recently purchased a juki lu563. It CSM with an extra motor, a enduro pro sm645-1p. It was missing the fuse cap and fuse. I contacted enduro and they can’t tell me what amp fuse is used with this motor. Does anyone know what amp buss fuse is used with this motor? I’d like to get it running. thanks
  7. Hello, everyone! I recently bought myself a Pfaff 345 cylinder bed industrial sewing machine. I would like to swap the fast 3F clutch motor with a more controllable servo motor. I live in Europe (Slovenia) and as far as I know I can't get my hands on a Family sew or Hightex motor here. My options are 750W Jack servo motors and Zoje servo motors (although not much is written about them on the internet), maybe 550W Sailrite Workhorse or any other good quality motor brand I am not familiar with. I would appreciate any advice on which servo motor to buy. My budget is in 200-300€ range. I mostly do leather bags, purses, belts, wallets from veg-tan (not more than 6mm/0.3 in thick) and crome-tanned leather. Kind regards, Gregor
  8. 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.
  9. thechavez

    Servo Recommendations

    Hi guys- i need some recommendations on a servo motor for my DA 269-373. I have an Enduro Pro 5000rpm on my Consew 206rb, along with a speed reducer. It's a 110v motor, and I'd really like to do something similar on my other machine as well. However, I'm having trouble locating another motor like the one I currently have, so I'm wondering if anyone would recommend others. Or at least which ones to stay away from. I see several models with brakes (as far as I know) floating around eBay for around $100-130, but I'm not sure what to make of them. I also see several that look smaller and have a digital control on the control box that is separate from the motor itself (Iike the Consew CSM1000). Any help on this would be appreciated. Thanks!
  10. Hi there, I have a flatbed heavy-duty Sailrite LSZ-1 that I've been playing with and I've found the speed very difficult to control solely by the foot pedal. Looking at videos on youtube, I learned that Servo motors can be bought to retrofit old sewing machines, I wonder if I can do the same with the Sailrite LSZ-1. How would I go about this to figure out if it is possible? The motor on this LSZ-1 is attached to the sewing machine. Another idea I read somewhere is to add a voltage regulator kinda thing that can more precisely control the speed compared to using a foot idea how to do this though please help...thank you all!
  11. I had a vintage Fortuna s50v that was set up in a particular way: when the ON switch was turned on, the bell knife rotated at constant high speed. The feed roller variable speed was controlled with the foot pedal (a light press on the foot pedal would ensure a slow feed; flooring the foot pedal made the feed roller rotate at top speed). This setup was perfect for the types of leathers I skive. When moved abroad I sold the Fortuna, and am now looking at a Japan-made Nippy NP-202 or NP-2 or skiver (essentially same-same parts as that old Fortuna). Local skiver vendors say to set a skiver up that way two motors are needed. One underneath and an additional motor mounted to the table behind the skiver (back right). I am not very mechanical, but not inclined to want to mount a motor on the table behind the skiver. The Fortuna v50s seemed to have only one motor. Enclosing photo and have many more photos of the guts & back of the skiver if helpful. Question: In order to run bell knife at constant speed and control feed roller at variable speed, are two motors necessary? What is the best optimized way to set up the skiver? Specific suggestions would be appreciated.
  12. Anyone have any experience with the Zero-Max E1 Adjustable Speed Drive or anything like it? It says it uses a series of 4 clutches to reduce the input from anywhere between 0 - 1/4 of its original speed. It's rated for an input of up to 2000 rpm, and it seems to be fairly well made. That's just a general observation seems fairly beefy. I'm not sure what it does to the power/torque of the output though. I don't know if using the clutches as opposed to gears or pulleys means that the speed reduction is achieved by pulling power out of the system as opposed to just simply trading decreased speed for increased torque. I'm not super knowledgeable of how clutches work, but I'm wondering if it basically transfers X % of the power to achieve the decreased speed. If not then it looks really awesome, and like something I'd like to pick up if I can find a good deal on one somewhere. I've found a couple for around $225, the same price I've been finding on the nice reducer pulley setups, but I also found a used one for $150. Who knows how good the clutches are still though. It might be worth the extra $75 to get one that hasn't been used. I'm assuming the clutches on these would eventually wear out just like the clutch on a motor or in a car. I've done just enough transmission work to know I don't like doing it, and I've only worked on the valve bodies...never made it into the clutch packs. Although, that could partly be due to having to do it stuck under a 2-ton vehicle with about 24" of space between the ground and the bottom of the car. Man I wish the concrete in my garage was thick enough to support a 2-post vehicle lift. Enough rambling...any thoughts people?
  13. My Consew 206RB-2 with clutch motor seems to have too much play in the clutch before engaging. I'd like to shorten the movement required to engage the clutch, and I'm pretty sure that is something that is possible. I'm just not sure how to do it. I seem to remember reading something about just adjusting a bolt on the motor, and I even see a bolt below & to the left of the pulley that seems like a likely candidate. I'm just not sure though, and I don't want to mess something up if I'm wrong. Hopefully someone here could give me some help with this?
  14. Fallinggator

    Clutch Motor Clutch Adjustment

    My Consew 206RB-2 with clutch motor seems to have too much play in the clutch before engaging. I'd like to shorten the movement required to engage the clutch, and I'm pretty sure that is something that is possible. I'm just not sure how to do it. I seem to remember reading something about just adjusting a bolt on the motor, and I even see a bolt below & to the left of the pulley that seems like a likely candidate. I'm just not sure though, and I don't want to mess something up if I'm wrong. Hopefully someone here could give me some help with this?
  15. I'm a newbie to Industrial sewing machines and need to slow the brute down. I have just fitted a Jack JK 563A Motor to my Brother LS2 B837 and even at the slowest speed it is running to quickly. Is it possible to fit a smaller pulley to the motor and what is the size of the shaft? Any advice would be most welcome. Cheers Richard
  16. Ok, I got a Pfaff 545-H4-6/01. I know this is a really good machine but now I am trying to learn it and I could really use some help. I am very new to sewing machines but I am going to do what it takes to learn them. The first thing I need help on is the motor, I want to put a servo motor on it for better efficiency and being able to sew at slower speeds etc. but this machine has a lot of extras I have not seen on a machine and I do not know what exactly changing out the motor would involve. I am attaching a lot of pics to show what is on this Pfaff. I cannot even turn the motor on yet because the power cord is a 2nd phase cord (I think) and I only have the standard outlets in my shop. Anyways the motor is a Quick Rotan Synchro 6040. One thing that has me kind of baffled, the guy who I got the machine from said something about needing an air compressor hooked up to raise the walking foot. I think that is what he said but I am not sure if that is exactly what he was talking about. So this is a clutch motor right? Can I change the motor out and put a servo motor on the Pfaff? And what are all of the extra hookups on the back of the machine head? Thank you in advance. I can also take pictures of any specific part of the machine if someone needs to see it. the first 9 pics are of the motor and the last 3 are pics of the attachments on the back of the head of the sewing machine. Thanks a lot!
  17. Hi. Prior to buying my machine (Consew 226R), I did a lot of reading here so I just want to start by saying I really appreciate this forum. While everything worked just fine when I bought it, and loaded it in my truck, I'm afraid the 100+ miles of driving may have jarred something loose. Now, whenever I press the START button, the motor accelerates and reaches full RPM w/o any problems. But as soon as I release the button, it starts winding its way back down. So my first thought is it's a switch problem, but before I start fiddling with it, I wanted to see if anyone else has experienced this? Thanks! Salvisa
  18. Has anyone tried one of these motors. How about a review? One thing I like is the dial instead of that LED race track thingy for speed control. Art
  19. Yesterday I hooked up a 2nd motor for my skiving machine: 1/2hp single phase 240v clutch motor. Unfortunately, I hadn't realised that it turns the wrong way duhh I've managed the reverse the direction by taking the back off and simply swapping the red capacitor cable from the neutral (blue to white) side of the terminal block, to the live (brown to black). Is this OK to do or will it mean the motor is under strain or likely to burn out? (It's an AC induction motor.) Cheers!
  20. I have a Cobra Class 18 with a speed reducer and Brushless Digital Servo Motor on it. I have sewn on it for a year, now and feel that I am ready to speed up the motor but cannot remember the sequence to program the motor to run faster. Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks in advance. READ MY ANSWER IN THE POST BELOW. HOW TO PROGRAM THE SPEED ON THE DIGITAL SERVO MOTOR.
  21. My 441 clone has an old Ho-Hsing HVP-58 motor on it that I pulled off of another machine. It's got plenty of power, needle positioning, and what seemed like a useful range of adjustments to pickup speed etc. The problem with it is that its low speed setting is still 200spm, which is a bit too fast for me. "No problem!" thinks me, "I'll just put a smaller pulley on it". No such luck. I replaced the 100mm pulley with a 50mm pulley, got a new belt to go between the motor and speed reducer, and tried it out. It runs at exactly the same SPM. The problem is that it's too clever for me. It's not getting its rotational speed from the motor, it's getting it from the NPS unit on the shaft on the machine. In addition to the usual needle-up and down position sense wheels, it also has a speed sensor wheel so the net effect of putting the smaller pulley on is that the machine runs at exactly the same speed but the motor is whirring away much faster. *sigh*. Time to save up for a dumber motor.
  22. Decided to change some things up here and getting rid of a few machines. With these 3 machine you can cover all of your sewing needs. First up is a Cobra class 3 that includes a few pounds of thread, some needles and the heavy duty roller edge guide. Comes on the standard table with servo motor. Asking $1600 for it. Next up is a Highlead 618 walking foot machine. Will include several packs of needles, some 1/2 pound spools of thread, lots of bobbins and several feet. Have a extra bobbin casing and extra set of feed dogs. Machine is mounted on a table with servo motor and thread rack. Asking $875 for it. Last is a Singer 31-19. It is mounted is a long table with servo motor. Comes with a ton of needles and silicone pots. Asking $200 for it. All machines are located in Southern Indiana. Willing to drive a few hours to deliver for a slight fee to cover gas. Otherwise these are for pickup only. Shipped only if you arrange for packing, pickup and shipping.
  23. The Dawg Club

    Best Motor For Adler 867?

    I have an Adler 867 coming very soon. Can anyone recommend the best motor to put on this machine? It currently has a clutch motor attached. I have a Juki dsu-145 that has a reliable 5000 on it. (Not yet modified like I have read on forum.) It's ok...just looking for something better. Thanks in advance! Also I see the 867 has a pressor foot lift of 20mm. Should that be enough to sew my collars that are at max 5/8 inch thick? Note: a 1/4" of thickness is padding. So, its not like sewing thru 5/8 of all leather.