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  1. Hello all, a long time ago, before I owned one, I saw a video of someone converting their Tippmann Boss from hand crank to a foot powered option due to his disabilities. Anyone happen to see it or maybe have a link? Or even photos of conversion possibilities? I have an old singer treadle base and have an idea but would like to see what someone else may have come up with. Thanks in advance.
  2. Hello out there! I am new to this and trying to find equipment for my shop. Where in the world do you find this stuff?? At the top of my list: Tippmann Boss, Pfaff 3-5" post machine (single needle, compound feed, walking foot sewing machine, Landis Sole Stitcher, 5 in 1, and Boot Last. Anybody help???
  3. Hello everyone I am looking for some info about a tippmann boss sowing machine. Currently I hand stitch my leather goods but I have started getting into harder projects that have gussets and accordions. I saw this tippmann boss is going to be auctioned off soon locally not sure if there’s any other leather working stuff. I know it’s hand operated and it’s been a long while since I’ve used a sowing machine in school. My questions are what would be a good price used? Also wondering about it’s size compared to say a cobra and what uses I can get out of it? I still want to hand stitch but looking to use this for harder areas like the gusset. Any advice would be appreciated thanks.
  4. Barely used Tippmann 'Boss' Hand Stitcher in excellent working condition, with manual, more than 10 large spools of thread, and a bottle of stitching oil. Asking $850, plus shipping, unless able to pick up within 20 miles of Hamburg, N.J. This item is part of an estate liquidation. The owner died in 2011, shortly after purchase.
  5. I've decided to sell my trusty Tippmann Boss... It works exactly as it should, no issues, I'm just wanting to upgrade to a Cobra machine. It will come with some needles, thread, several bobbins, and the roller edge guide. Asking $975... willing to ship anywhere in the contiguous U.S. Please text/call me at 256-310-9144 or email me at eric@dcgunleather.com. Thanks and have a blessed day! (Stand not included unless you pick up locally.)
  6. After sewing by hand for the last 10 years my arthritis finally forced me to consider the purchase of a machine. I needed something that would handle a large thread and did not need a motorized machine. The Tippmann Boss was what I landed on and after 4 months I thought I would offer my opinion. First let me say that Ben, at the factory is awesome, he has helped me work through 2-3 issues and is so very helpful. At first I wanted to use the largest thread available which is the 415 but quickly found that only black and white were readily available. The next size down is 346 and is available in most colors in bonded nylon and polyester. While the polyester will work, the bonded nylon runs so much smoother and is all I use. Not having ever used a sewing machine before I had much to learn, ie. bobbins. One huge tip I picked up here on LW is that the bobbin tension must be set at 1 lb. and the best way to do that is to weigh a bottle of water to use as a weight. This way you can get it set exactly. The other thing is to rotate the kerf of the needle exactly left by putting a small pin or needle through the eye which gives a perfect guide and allows you to hold the needle in the most upward position while tightening the set screw. The 230 needle is the perfect size for the 346 thread but I could not find a source for this needle with a chisel point so I made a chisel point with the Dremel that sliced straight and then polished that area. This gave me a nice straight back stitch without blowing out the back side. This machine has never skipped a stitch and has, overall, been extremely reliable. What used to take an hour to sew now only takes about 10-15 minutes..more to come later.
  7. Hi guys, I am the overseas manager of Cowboy leather sewing machine company, has involved in the design, production and service of CowBoy OUTLAW hand operated leather sewing machine. I am very happy to make you clear about the COWBOY OUTLAW leather hand stitcher. If you have a question, i have answer!! Thank you, Bill Here is the DEMO video on youtube https://youtu.be/TGSqsUV1Abk
  8. Is there anyone in Orange County, Southern California, who has a Tippmann Boss Stitcher who could help with some problems I'm having? Thank you in advance.
  9. Cast Iron Tippmann Boss plus Accessories for sale $1200.00.
  10. I’m selling my Tippmann Boss stitcher with accessories for $1250. My projects have been getting smaller over the years and I don’t use it all that much anymore. Everything included is the cobbler bench (about $200), extra bobbins, material guide attachment, needles, extra foot press, spools of thread and all the literature and video is included. It’s in great working order and there are no issues. It’s been a great addition to my leather shop but time to send her off to someone who will appreciate her and put some good use to her. Thanks for looking and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. I’m in the Southern California area, pick up only please. Thanks for looking... **For whatever reason, I can’t download pics but PM me and I’ll send them right over.**
  11. I am thinking about selling my Tippmann Boss it's the Cast Iron Machine . The flatbed attachment. Material guide attachment. $1,200.00 plus shipping serial number 1855
  12. Hello, I just bought a used Boss and had to get a replacement cam driver spring. According to the exploding Boss diagram on Tippmann's site (tried to paste below) but is also here: http://tippmannindustrial.com/the-boss-parts-finder/ .One end of the spring attaches to a small pin on the presser hook cam driver and the other end to a small hook on the knuckle needle bar behind the cam. Tippmann says it can be attached without removing the cam itself, but I'm unclear how the spring gets attached to the small pin on the cam driver--it's got a slit going lengthwise down the pin and the spring has a loop on each end. Has anyone here ever had to re-attach the spring? Ack! Basically means my mechanical skills are rather bleh Lori
  13. Hi all, I'm looking for the used Tippman Boss sewing machine. Cheers!
  14. I have had problem after problem with the boss but its been running fine for weeks last night i replaced the bobbin as usual, and it hasnt worked since. I have been working on it all day. Its first off missing stitches, trying to drive into the previous stitch. but mostly double looping and binding bad, it only takes about 3 to 4 stitches and its locked up. i have no idea what to do anymore i feel like i have tried everything. I have so many orders to get out and ive lost a day. any help would be so helpful.
  15. Sorry if this isnt the right place to post this problem, i recently got the tippman boss i love it and its great but im having problems with the tension i have tried everything i can, i have watched all the tutorials and trouble shooting i have played with both tensions and played with the bobbin, if i sew a 4 oz veg it works fine but if i sew two 6-8oz i get this.. (im using 343 thread and a chisel 200 needle )
  16. Hi Everybody! I dicided to buy a Tippmann Boss! Please write me if you have one for sale! I am from Ireland, so please just those ones who are willing to ship/post to IE! Thank you you can send offers to lubuleather at gmail dot com
  17. Hi everyone, new to the forums here but have been doing leather work for 3-4 years now. Mainly heavy/thick items like sheaths, holsters and other odds and ends. Over the past year I've had much interest in some leather cases I make and I honestly can't keep up with the demand while hand stitching and hand cutting everything. I'm planning to get some clicker dies made and using my shop press to help speed up cutting. For sewing, I'm going through 4 layers of 7/8 OZ so just about 1/2 inch. Hand sewing is very beautiful and strong but It simply takes me too long, maybe an hour per piece now that I've gotten pretty good at it and use my drill press to pilot the holes. Questions for you guys: What sewing machine would you recommend that gives a good looking stitch? I've been having the typical tippmann boss vs power machine debate myself. Leaning towards a powered machine. In your experience does something like a Cowboy 3200 or similar machines give a nice clean stitch? How does it compare to hand sewing? How does the Tippmann Boss compare to these in terms of stitch quality? I'm planning to call the shop in Toledo, OH to get their ideas and see what used machines are in stock. Since I live close by I may road trip there one day soon. Thanks everyone! Any tips would be much appreciated! Jon
  18. Used Tippmann Boss. Works great, I just don't need it anymore. $950 and I pay for shipping (Lower 48). Comes with the following - 1 spool 207 white thread 1 spool 277 white thread 1 spool 346 white thread 1 spool 415 white thread 1 spool 136 dark brown thread 1 spool 207 dark brown thread 1 spool 277 dark brown thread 1 spool 207 black thread 1 spool 415 black thread NEEDLES 160 (11 needles) 180 (7 needles) 200 (9 needles) 230 (11 needles) 250 (7 needles) Instruction manual Tippman plastic organizer thread trimmer roller guide bar that swings out of the way when not in use tool set that comes with it (allen wrenches and small screw driver) larger presser foot (smaller one is already on the machine) 2 bobbins and bobbin adapter bit that you put in a drill to wind the bobbin with thread
  19. I am selling my Tippmann Boss Sewing machine. It is an aluminum model. It comes with four spools of thread, Material guide attachment, six bobbins, assorted needles, and Tippmann tool box. I purchased this machine used a couple years ago and I just don't use it enough to keep it around. This is a great machine and it has always sewn well. It is a Tippmann so you will have to learn how to adjust the tension on it for the leather you are sewing. This forum has been a great resource for me with this machine and I really enjoyed sewing with it. I would be willing to ship this item (only in the USA) but would like to make the transaction in person if at all possible. I am located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Buyer would pay any shipping fees. If we can arrange to meet in person I will throw in the bench I made for it. If you want to discuss the machine you can call or text me at 605-390-2646 Or email me at barlaam AT live DOT com Price is $1000 Thanks Ben
  20. I have 2 machines for sale, local pickup only. Here's the details! Local pickup only- I'm in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY. $1500 - Highlead Sewing Machine I'm selling my brand new Highlead industrial sewing machine. Bought in December but I'm moving and need to sell it. It is in excellent, brand new condition. On par with Juki machines but half the price. I've always used Juki machines and I am highly impressed by this brand- much better than Consew. Very smooth sewing, no skipped stitches. It has a backstitch function and a heavy duty motor. Takes B-69 thread. Great for everything from denim to 7/8 oz leather at the thickest. Comes with bobbins. Check out their website: http://www.highlead.co.uk ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $2,000 Clicker Machine I'm selling my Tippmann Boss that is only a few years old and barely used. It has a minor leak in the back that I've been told is easily fixed- I can recommend a guy to help with this. Aside from that it is in superb condition. I will include 2 used cutting boards with it as well. I can do local pickup only and you will need a small forklift or many very strong helpers- it is HEAVY. Here is the original link to the machine: http://www.tippmannindustrial.com/clicker-1500-die-cutting-machine-p-36.htmlHere are the details: The Clicker's cast-iron "C" frames allows for easy loading of dies and materials. Just place the die and material on the Cutting Deck, press the Dual Safety Buttons, and in less than three seconds you will have a perfect die cut.The Clicker 1500's large capacity cutting area (24"x 12") allows for countless die cutting patterns.Designed with only three moving parts, Clickers are easy to operate and maintain. The patented Air System raises the Cutting Deck to give you 15 tons of cutting pressure. Requiring no electricity or hydraulics, this die cutter operates off of 80-110 PSI of air pressure.Don't forget to ask about our custom die department. We can manufacture just about any custom die to your exact specifications.All Tippmann Machines come with a one year warranty on all parts and labor and a 30 day money-back guarantee.Attractive Tippmann Clicker FeaturesAir operated die cutting machines deliver tons of pressure at the touch of a button.NO electricity or hydraulics required. These machines operate off of 80-110 psi- need to attach an air compressorDie cut leather, fabric, gasket material, plastic, paper/card stocks, etc.Compact sizeLarge cutting capacityHeavy cast iron C frame construction permits side or front loading.Very low maintenance, with three moving parts (One Quick Exhaust and 2 button valves).Dual safety palm buttons -- OSHA COMPLIANT
  21. I would like to purchase some good used Tippmann accessories if anybody has any they are not using. In particular a material guide or flatbed and any feet.
  22. I got the machine... but would like to find some accessories in good used condition. In particular looking for material guide or flatbed, and feet. Let me know what you have!
  23. Tippmann Boss Stitcher for sale. Recently completely re-furbished by manufacturer. Comes with custom bench as seen in photos. Includes: Standard and center presser feet LED light Lubricant box 12 bobbins Material Guide attachment Various needles as shown Manual Extra gear assembly Works perfect. $1300 Canadian Dollars Located Kamloops BC Canada
  24. Heh gang, have not been on in a while. Have recently moved the shop from Greensboro, NC to the NC mountains in Boone, NC... beautiful place. Anyway, I've been a Tippmann Boss user for close to 6 years now with narry an issue (Other than the normal learning curve). Have rebuilt it once (again with narry an issue). I broke a cog on the needle shaft gear, ordered the part and replaced it. Other than taking a bit to get the timing back to right it worked fine at that point with both 138 thread/ 130 to 169 needle and 277and 346 thread/230 needle. For some reason recently it lost its timing and the needles occasionally impacted the bobbin shuttle ring. I checked all of the adjustments, made a call to Tippmann customer service and reset the timing. In addition I made sure that the roller thread take-up arm was adjusted properly (it wasn't) and that the tension on the thread take-up lever was as well adjusted properly. So, I've now got the timing back to snuff but I now have to tighten the primary/secondary tension a bit more than normal and loosen the bobbin tension a good bit more than normal. It works, but wonder if any of you have had the same issue? We've got Tippmann stumped so now wonder if some of the parts are just worn. I've used the machine daily for 6 years (with occasional time of for me) and have properly oiled, adjusted and cared for it (with the exception of letting my thread take-up lever get looser than it should). Any ideas?, thoughts?, suggestions? I've got a TechSew 2700 that I use occasionally but it just cant replace the Boss.
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