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  1. I have a lightly used Cobra Class 26 for sale. Not used much because I also have a Class 4 and we use the class 4 mainly everyday. Looking to purchase another class 4, so we're looking to get rid of the class 26. Runs smoothly. Never had any issues with it. Comes with: Work platform Owners manual Schmetz needles in sizes 18, 20, and 22 2 spools of thread (black and white, size 69 nylon from Leather Machine Co) Local Pick Up In Southern California Only
  2. I live in Asheville, NC and am new to Leatherworker. I'm retired and have a beautifully working Singer 168W101 for sale, for pick up at my home. In downsizing a few years ago, the chain and foot pedal was misplaced, but included in the sale is the table, motor, spool holder, bobbin winder, belt and two spools of thread. I' asking five hundred dollars for all. Please let me know of your interest, or any questions you might have. My email address is glazdovr. That is glazed over without the two "e", all lower case and without space, and is at gmail. Thank you for you interest. Cheers, Sandy
  3. This machine (Consew 2050) has been in my home for 7 months and I have used it all of 5 hours, might be less. I purchased this machine brand new, had it delivered to my smoke free home and purchased different gadgets to make sewing easy. I have changed my focus in leather, therefore this machine is to powerful. A great machine for someone working with heavy leather. Based on the pictures...you will get a right and left zipper foot, sewing roller guide, a regular sewing guide, feeding dog plate with no ridges, oil and thread spools. All original parts will come with the machine as well. Everything listed in the pictures is your. Please feel free to ask questions... Pickup only Indianapolis 46214 ! $3500.00/OBO I have more picture but maxed on MB 219-214- three four nine three APPLICATIONS For stitching extra heavy-weight materials Designed for such operations and products as bag and suitcase handles, seat cushions, safety and logging belts, cargo slings, buffing wheels, tents, sails, harnesses, tarpaulins and covers, fabric structures, construction barriers, parachutes, balloons, industrial bags, boot stitching, book binding Extended workspace Designed for extremely large thread and thick materials. Thick seams, horse saddles, harnesses or stirrups are no match for the strength of this machine. It can also sew tight stitches with a long stitch length. “Adler” style casting and features. FEATURES Synchronized upper and lower feeding mechanism assures uniform stitching Alternating presser feet (walking feet) 13/16” (20mm) Presser foot lift - hand or foot operated Two row feeder 2½ stitches per inch Stitches per minute - 800 16-1/2" work area Belt guard
  4. Consew Leather Skiver Machine Model DCS-S2. $850 Firm This is a bell knife skiver used for skiving the edges of leather. Primarily used in the production of soft leather goods like garments or handbags. This machine has been thoroughly serviced, cleaned and tested. It is in perfect working order. Comes with standard accessories, a 20mm foot and a 50mm foot. We can ship for additional cost. Please provide a complete address for a quotation. The machine can be inspected and tested at the address below: Solar Leather Machines 2837 Galleria Drive Arlington Tx 76011 817-422-9151 Condition: Used - Excellent
  5. $2,500 Fortuna 3443 Band Knife Splitter for sale! We are a leather goods manufacturer located in Minneapolis, MN and are updating our machine inventory. Please DM with questions! Please arrange your own pick up/delivery/shipping - we have a loading dock for convenience. Thank you!
  6. Okay, sort of a short lead up. I’m new here. I’ve been looking for a used walking foot sewing machine (I know, join the club, apparently) that will work for a newbie. I think I’m looking for a machine for light to medium duty leather work for bags, and small goods in vegan and chrome tan leather. But I don’t think I’m ready to go whole hog and get a new $2-4,000 machine. Live been looking at both flatbed and cylinder arm machines such as the conservative and Juki types but I think I’d like to start on a used machine such as the Pfaff flatbed 1245, 545, or the cylinder 335. So I finally found one available for around $1000 but I think it’s missing a grease housing cover in the craigslist photos so I ended up finding a machine diagram, then a parts list, and then a website that has parts for a reasonable price. Impressive. Check out my findings for a 1245 grease housing front and back: Diagram list:: https://www.universalsewing.com/tek9.asp?pg=parts_pfaff#expanded scroll down to 1245 then the actual diagram: https://www.universalsewing.com/images2/parts_lists/all/6mdl64b0.pdf Go to page 16 to see the housing that surrounds the transfer gears that power the bobbin. Part numbers 91-141 546-05 and 91-141 545-05 So so I go searching and I find a site that apparently sells these two pieces for under a dollar. https://www.strima.com/pfaff/cat/pg-484/st-0/k-2002309/ Sure. Great find. But knowing I can replace many of these parts at all is a boon on a machine that’s likely as old as I am! I’m impressed with myself and that got me the nerve to post on this here forum in hopes it helps someone else, too. Cheers! Also, if you have additional tips for this noob I’m all ears. This forum is fantastic.
  7. Photos upon request, since the site isn’t letting me upload them because they’re too big. All machines are local pickup only in Chicago, Illinois. 1) Landis 12L Curved Needle stitcher—red in color, recently cleaned, good condition. Can also provide sample images of how it stitches. $1,850 or best offer. 2) Luberto’s Classic Heavy Stitcher w/ accessories and thread. Capable of sewing up to 3/4” leather. $3,250 or best offer. 3) Landis 400 Line Finisher with Numkeg. Ask for further info. $1,500 or best offer.
  8. For Sale, a like-new Cowboy CBR227R. The machine was only used to make a prototype and has less than 30 hours of use (probably much less - don't want to underestimate). See below for specs and pictures. Purchased machine new for $1695.00 plus $85 for removable flat bed and $100 for bobbin winder. Asking $1200 for everything. For pick up only - located in Northwest Ohio. Cowboy Industrial Sewing Machines are capable of sewing real leather, as well as cloth, webbing, bioplastic and other materials. Cowboy CB227R has triple, or compound feed and is perfect for sewing all kinds of leather or vinyl projects, up to 3/8 inch, or so (you can get a bit more). See link for additional description: http://www.tolindsewmach.com/cb227r.html MAKE: CowboyMODEL: CB227RArm Length: 10.5"Arm Diameter: 3.0" + taperedMaximum Foot Lift: 1/2"+Max Sewn Thickness: 3/8"+Needle: #135x16/17: #16 - #24Thread Sizes: #46 - #207Bobbins: Standard industrialMax Speed: 2200 spmMax Stitch Length: 5 per inchPull-down reverse stitch length leverSafety clutch protects hook from damage from thread jamsAdjustable speed, heavy duty servo motor, with 3:1 speed reducerAdjustable stand on castersUses standard type 111 presser feetIncludes removable flatbed conversion table attachmentALSO INCLUDES: Separate bobbin winder (Brand new - Never used)Removable flatbed conversion table attachmentTwo spools of 1 lb. nylon thread (#138 Black)Vinyl/Cloth Needles (#135x17) and Leather Needles (#140/22)Zipper foot
  9. I'm selling my used Cobra Class 4 leather sewing machine. Price: $1850.00. I'm getting old and I'm into other smaller projects. This is a great machine and lightly used over the years. It's been well taken cared for and oiled regularly. It's a large unit and I really don't want to ship it, but I will consider delivering it if it's a reasonably distance, or meet half way for my expenses or it can be picked up in Kingman, Arizona. If you want to see what I've sewed on it please check out my leather instructional videos on 'you tube', search Richard BlackII for a list of my 33 leather construction videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/RichardBlackII I will include: one large spool of 277 black, one large spool of 277 white, one large spool 207 black, one large spool 207 white nylon bonded thread. 4 bobbins, 20 new needles various sizes from 22 to 25. Please email me for any questions: richard.black@frontier.com Price: $1850.00 or best reasonable offer Description: The COBRA Class 4 will sew from 6 oz. to 7/8″ leather for sewing skirting, all types of tack, bullet loops, chap leather and everything in between with ease. The COBRA Class 4 comes with many features including our heavy-duty multi-purpose presser feet. The COBRA Class 4 comes with a heavy-duty pedestal style stand with locking caster wheels, a variable speed digital DC servo motor, model SR2 heavy-duty ball-bearing speed reducer, thread stand, extra needles, four bobbins, tools, and oil. Specifications: 16 ½ ” Cylinder Arm Sews from 6 oz. to 7/8″ Thread sizes from 69 to 415 Triple Feed mechanism Built in bobbin winder Reverse stitches in same holes Stitch Length from 3-22 stitches an inch Sews pads, blankets,webbing, canvas, bio-plastics, upholstery, etc… Heavy Duty Speed Reducer Variable Speed Digital DC Servo Motor Heavy Duty pedestal stand with locking casters Thread Stand All accessories included in the price! Left Toe Presser Foot $75* Open Toe Center Foot $65* Double Toe Presser Foot $80* Right Toe Presser Foot $75* Work Platform $95* Size 25 7X4 Leather Point Needles Size 24 7X4 Leather Point Needles Size 23 7X4 Leather Point Needles Holster Plate $156* Stirrup Plate $156* Slotted Plate $85* Blanket Set (Inside & Outside Feet w/ Feed Dog) $150* Heavy Duty Roller Edge Guide $95* Owner and parts manual Plus Great customer service support from the seller “Leather Machine Company” owner Steve
  10. I bought this from Weaver a month ago and unfortunately it isn't what I need to do the job. It has maybe 40 clicks total on it. Literally got it out of the box, set it up, clicked and realized it isn't going to do it - what I'm cutting is way too narrow and the die won't eject the slugs. So, my loss is your gain. It's all back in the box and ready to ship. You basically get a like new clicker with all the original stuff that came with it. I did mount a back stop on the clicking pad to align my work, so there are 4 very small holes (less than 1/8" diameter each). How does $900 plus actual shipping costs sound? Or you can pick it up in Toledo, Ohio. Call me or send me a message - Jesse (419) nine 57-402one I have several pictures but there isn't much to show - its a like new clicker press. If you want to see them just ask and I'll happily send.
  11. I'm selling my Cobra NP-4 skiver with servo motor, including table with wheels for $1,000 or best offer. I would keep it but unfortunately, I need to make room in my already-too-small apartment for the upcoming arrival of our first son. I've only used the skiver 3 or 4 times, for a total of less than 1-2 hours, so it's practically new and pretty quiet. I have the original box it came in as well. Pickup only in San Francisco.
  12. I bout the machine "like new" last March, and it still is...I used it only twice to practice stitching a belt, but then life kinda got hectic and never got around to using it again. Then, from Texas, I moved to Alabama and the machine has been stored this whole time...and yes, It is fully assembled, you can see it run and test it out before purchase. Ok, as for price....I have 3 options for you to consider... 1. $2700, my price of the machine INCLUDING my whole investment of merchandise for my attempted leather business (lol), which values at approx. $3500-$4000 at least..ALL purchased from Tandy Leather......THIS consists of NEW HUGE spools of thread*, NEW dyes and some used bottles of different color dyes, conditioner/gloss, NEW tools (multiple size punches,riveting kits, jewel setters, marker, hand carver, etc) , NEW conchos, jewels, eyelets, NEW belt buckles, LOTS of NEW UNUSED RAW leather belts, NEW belt loops AND tips, NEW packages of daubbers, 3/4" ALPHABET LETTER Leather punch set, guides, and maybe something I'm missing but whatever it is, its included! lol 2. $2500, price of the machine, spools of thread, and I will allow you to pick a few other things you might immediately need...To be discussed 3. $2250 machine only, and yes, the thread...I wouldn't want to sell you a machine without AT LEAST having that to get started *If I cannot find the thread at that moment, I WILL send it to you...Off hand, at this very moment, I can't recall where it is stored but I do have them Please consider these options and let me know how you feel, I do want to let it go, for someone else to use and benefit from so once you contact me, we can talk and see what will better accommodate each other because I have other business venture plans as well love... thank you for your time! Hope to speak with you soon!!! #GodBless
  13. used clicker in good shape, manufactured by united shoe machinery corporation, usm hytronic cutting machine , model b, number 1166, has 45 dies that come with it, local pickup or call for shipping details or more information asking 1500.00 515 368 2135
  14. http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/dak/atq/4446860042.html Above is my CL ad for a 29K51. I am selling this working and in good condition beauty for $500 firm. It is available only to people who can pick it up in Hastings, MN
  15. Used No. 9 Luberto Harness Stitcher. This machine is in working order with no problems. It has been maintained properly. It comes with an operator's manual, needles, spool of thread, three bobbins, stand, motor, thread stand, stirrup plate, flat plate, thread snips and oil can. The bearings have been replaced within the last year. This machine has been my only machine that I have used in my custom saddle and tack shop and it can stitch through just about anything. Can be used on tarps, saddles, pads, etc. Please call with any questions. Jake 660-247-3256 Pick Up Only
  16. breid2413

    Sailrite Ls-!

    Hey y'all..I have a Sailrite LS-1 for sale in excellent condition.. This is a straight stitch machine. It also has the heavy duty table sold on www.sailrite.com as well. If you're on here, I 'm sure you've heard of these little workhorses..I live in Oklahoma, near Ardmore. This machine hasn't had over a pound spool ran through it since new. Will take $550 for it.. hit me up on facebook or email..breid2413@yahoo.com. Thanks for looking. help me out here have a new consew coming and don't have room for it.
  17. I am wanting to buy a Tippmann Boss Hand Stitcher in either the US or Canada. Please let me know if you have one for sale and your asking price. Thank you!
  18. I am very new to the world of sewing, however my wife is quite proficient at it, so much so that she's very limited by her consumer grade machine. I have been searching for quite some time and came across a Juki LU-563 for $650. It's a few hours away from me so I had some photos sent to me and I have been told it is in good running condition. What do you think for the price listed? What's up with the stuff on the right of the sewing needle??? Judging by the photos what should I look out for? Please let me know what you think as soon as possible, if this is a good deal I plan on picking it up in the next day or two.
  19. I'm planning on making some of my own tools, petal lifters, and blade for my swivel knife. I want to know if you can use tool steel or what grade of stainless would I need. Thank You. Rob
  20. FOR SALE FERDCO PRO 2020 HEAVY LEATHER STITCHER $2695 (Originally paid over $4000) Classification - Cylinder-Arm Foot Lift - 3/4" Walking foot - triple feed Sewing Capability - 3/4" Throat Depth - 9" Shuttle Style - Oscillating Bobbin Style - Barrel Needle System - 794S Serv-1 Needle Sizes - 140, 160, 180, 200, 230, 250, 280 Thread Sizes - 69, 92, 99, 138, 207, 277, 346, 415, 554 Speed - up to 500 SPM Attachments available: takes all of the same attachments as the PRO 2000 Includes table, left toe narrow foot, narrow toe foot, thread scissors, lamp. Well taken care of. Works Great! Contact Zack Davis at 208-250-6570 or davisleather@gmail.com
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