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  1. I have an old Singer 29K57 patching machine. It was in a barn for over 2 decades and I have been fixing it up to use. I replaced several parts, cleaned and oiled it all up and got everything running smoothly, with one exception... the bobbin keeps jamming. I have been a professional sewer for many years (although new to this kind of machine). I've switched needles (different sizes, etc.), switched threads (including different weights), purchased new (used) shuttle carriers and tension springs and new shuttle bodies. The timing is right. The shuttle is picking up the thread with every loop. For some reason, however, the thread slips under the shuttle carrier and gets jammed (see image). I watch it very slowly and still can't figure out why it's doing it. The first loop through, up to about 2-3 stitches, seems to go smoothly but then it jams again. Any thoughts? I almost threw the whole thing out the door today!
  2. Hi I just bought a singer 29k4, and find it hard to find information about it. I would love to know all about that spesifikk machine, but also to help out collecting information. Links, online shops, parts, history, pages about these singer cobbler machines. Ill start, with this information i found. singer29classcomparisonsv02.pdf
  3. Hello, I am looking to sell my Singer 29K51 Base for $100.00 Canadian + Shipping or Pick up delivery. Located in Canada MB Condition is surface rust and not restored. I also have a Singer 29K51 Body + Misc bits and pieces minus the gearbox available if anyone wants those too for lets say $50.00 Canadian.
  4. Singer 29K with Treadle Base. Machine is in great condition could use some cleaning and lubrication. Asking $950. It is located in Stuart Florida and I will be happy to strap to a pallet if the buyer wants to arrange Freight.
  5. Just a experiment unless someone has tried before, and found it does not work I am willing to make a nylon replacement gear for say a singer 29K that is no longer available, for free including postage as a experiment to how long it would last Just need one person to supply image and full set of dimensions for the replacement both external and internal measurements and i will try to make a nylon copy, preferably something relatively small If someone has tried it before and it was not strong enough please tell me and i wont bother, but many modern machines have nylon gears that work ok if not under great pressure, hence my thoughts on the 29k especially say the small gears in the bobbin area Nothing ventured nothing gained, happy sewing
  6. Have opportunity to buy the complete tredle table for singer 29 but need to know the weight of it without the sewing machine for shipment, can anyone advise please
  7. I have just brought a singer 29k for £95 so seemed like a good buy and far cheaper than ebay prices Main use will be on belts as pattern so nothing extra tough Been wondering about thread , most posts indicate tex92 or even Tex 138 bonded nylon or polyester, but i was wondering what thread they used prior to the nylon and polyester being available both material and size Being delivered later today so will respond with images then
  8. Just found this free source of free singer 29k manuals which looks like it includes all versions of the 29k plus other singer models https://www.hendersonsewing.com/manual.asp?page=63
  9. Hi everybody! I'm currently looking for a sewing machine (medium weight), specifically for a big'ol patcher, and came across some chinese 29K clones (that looks post apocalyptic) on ebay, at a pretty low price. This is the machine: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Leather-Sewing-Machine-Shoe-Patcher-Singer-29K-Adler-Repair-Cobbler-Antique-/200876595581?pt=BI_Sewing_Machines&hash=item2ec52d997d&_uhb=1#shId Anybody has experience with it?
  10. Hi folks I was just wondering if anyone could help me. I've got a singer 29k15 and the main shaft, part number 82010, had got a slight bend in it. Which means it won't treadle. Does anyone know where I can get a replacement for it, or does anyone have one that they wouldn't mind selling me. I've looked on ebay and there is nothing in the UK. I can get hold of the same part for a 29k 71. Would this part fit in my machine? Cheers Tim
  11. Last weekend I found this 29K (built in 1905) and figured the tag says 29 K.S.V 3 - so obviously a Special Version (or variant) of the 29K cobbler machine. The only obvious difference compared with a 29K3 is that the 29K S.V. 3 has two threaded holes in the lower arm. This most likely is for attaching a binder attachment. I have no proof for this but I guess the threads are for a binder attachment. I just wanted to share some pictures because there are not many of them around and even on Needlebar.org or ISMACS I wasn't able to find further information.
  12. This past week I have been extremely fortunate in finding a well maintained a 1918 Singer 29K shoe repair/patcher machine. I have to say I am in love with it, despite it's limitations, but most every machine has them. I do know the walking foot is renowned for leaving marks on leather even with the pressure adjusted, the only new feet avaiable have an aggresive tread just like the original. So my question is, has anyone had their walking foot tread machined / filed down ? If so how do you find it functions and are the marks left lighter? It may be that I will have to do the experiment myself, but i thought it worth asking you folks. Thank you in advance! -Cheyenne W
  13. Hey all! This is my first post here, after searching for similar threads and coming up relatively empty. I just started out as a hobbyist shoemaker/wanna-be cordwainer a few months ago, and as such I eventually had to get an appropriate leather sewing machine, after using a Singer 99K for my first pair of boots and finding it troublesome to not be able to sew three-dimensional shapes. I recently acquired a Singer 29K72 for a measly $200, and it is in remarkable condition. The previous owner seems to have taken good care of it and oiled/cleaned it regularly. Nevertheless I also did so as soon as I’d brought it home and it operates smoothly. It will gladly make stitches as long as 4 mm, although I operate with a much higher SPI for shoemaking. However, I have run into a couple of small issues and was wondering if any of you have any suggestions as to how to rectify them. 1) The leading edge of the shuttle carrier is worn down a little bit. I have purchased a new shuttle carrier (and driving pinion) from College Sewing to replace it. The problem is the tiny set screw that holds the driving pinion and shuttle carrier in place: it just will not come loose. I have tried a variety of different flathead drivers, but none of them give me enough momentum to get the screw lose without stripping the very fragile slot in the screw head; since it is so small. It is also already slightly stripped from the previous owner fidgeting with it. I have applied oil directly to the screw, but it will not budge. Suggestions? 2) The user manual says the leading edge of the shuttle carrier should travel 1/3 of the way across the slot where the needle reaches its deepest point at each oscillation of the carrier. I have made this adjustment to the eccentric stud, but it seems to not want to stay adjusted to that point. After sewing for a few minutes, the shuttle carrier starts coming short of the slot for about 5 mm. The machine will still stitch, but gets prone to skipping stitches. Then I’ll have to adjust the eccentric stud again, but it will soon revert back to an incorrect position. Does anyone know why this is and how I can remedy it? When I first adjusted the eccentric stud, it was stuck, but some oil to the adjustment screw loosened it up and made it possible to adjust. Is it possible I have damaged something when adjusting it the first time, perhaps? There is some very minor slack to the shuttle carrier, but not so much that it would move that far on its own without the eccentric stud being adjusted. 3) The needle clamp position adjustment is stuck also. Loosening the screw does nothing. I have oiled it, but it won’t budge. This is the smallest issue so far since the needle is still centered nicely above the needle plate hole, but I’m dreading the day I have to actually adjust it and won’t be able to. The two first issues combined leads to the machine skipping stitches every 10-15 stitches or so, which is very annoying. When it skips one stitch, it will also skip the next…and the next, so I have to stop what I am doing, lift the presser foot and move the material back to where it first skipped a stitch before I can continue sewing. Mind you, I am making shoes where a lot of the stitching is decorative and therefore needs to be impeccable, which is difficult when you have to remove the material and move it around a lot.
  14. I have a well used but extremely serviceable Singer 29k on a stand for sale. UK only folks, 'cos I'm not shipping this monkey overseas! It came along with a load of tools from a guy who was retiring. He used the machine everyday and it has been well oiled and maintained. It comes with a collection of spares, needles, bobbins and assorted stuff. It must be collected from Ludlow in Shropshire. Give me a call on 01584 873633 if you want to know more. Price is £300 or very near offer - however, I may trade for other machinery or tools. What have you got? Please address all enquiries to: ray@barefootleather.co.uk Ray
  15. I have been offered a singer 29K hand machine which looks very adaptable and a woderful piece of engineering. I wonder whether this would be suitable 'all rounder' type machine for me to make the occasional pair of shoes. I am not sure the maximum thickness of leather it can sew or thread size it can handle. Thank you for your advice
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