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  1. Recently purchased a 153k103 cylinder arm walking foot machine. The machine worked fine days before I picked it up and brought it over to my place. The walking foot is stuck in the up position and lever behind it isn’t working, no tension. The pedal is connected as should be but I don’t feel any tension whenever the pedal is pressed, I have a feeling something is stuck. Not much of a mechanic and the manuals don’t explain much on these matters. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  2. I am looking to get a good walking foot machine that is a true triple compound feed. So far the 1541 models are the ones that fit the bill and the Thor looks good at its price point but I am wanting to make sure I have long term quality. I would like to get a cylinder arm but financially it's not in the cards right now. I would prefer to stay in the 1500-1700 range if I have to in order to get a quality triple compound feed machine. I have been reading different posts and kind of using Wiz's tips as guidelines but with so many its just difficult when you can get the whole setup for a few hundred dollars less and it "seems" like the quality is the same but I was hoping for more insight from those who have had more experience with "knock-off" brands of the proven manufacturers.
  3. FOR SALE $2500 - Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia - 60kms (45mins) north of Sydney Pfaff 1295-706/35 Heavy Duty Post Bed Compound Walking Foot Sewing Machine In perfect running order and just glides through heavy leather (10mm harness leather pictured). The extra flexibility of the post bed is so handy, however, I regularly use the flat bed attachment with no issues. This is my old faithful heavy duty sewing machine but has a brand new, quiet, speed adjustable and energy efficient 750 Watt servo motor (11 month warranty, motor Only) with overhead LED light. Comes with a home made flat bed attachment, built in light, bobbin winder (built-in), a few bobbins and needles. Selling due to downsizing. Message me for a video of it in action, going through 10mm harness leather, a copy of the user manual, or any other questions you may have. Comes with bobbins
  4. I bought a machine over here in Australia for my better half. I figured these machines are built well and parts are available, so just took the plunge. The timing belt had broken and the previous owners had sourced a new one they were supplying with the machine. The machine was looked over by a mechanic late last year so figured it was a safe buy. I removed the arm bushing (banged it up pretty bad removing it) and installed the new timing belt. I timed it with the take up lever and the arrows and then timed the hook, so she is capable of creating a stitch but there are a few things not right. The presser foot doesn't lift as part of the mechanism just sort of sits on the leather with constant pressure and the feed is out of time. I get the feeling a few things have been moved by the previous owner and trying to figure it all out leaves me feeling a few things are missing. From my studying, mostly from looking at the Consew 226 exploded parts list and the Singer 211 drawings and cross referencing with the 111G156 parts list, I think I am missing at least: 240500 - Tension release slide 240142 - Tension release slide spring 240185 - Vibrating presser bar extension 240188 - Vibrating presser bar spring 350299C - Vibrating presser bar thumb screw (pressure regulating) 200996C - Lifting bell crank cap screw Could the experts here and those with the same machine have a look over these photos and advise if these are required and any other missing parts I may not have picked up. Thanks Clive
  5. Hi folks, As a new member to the forum, I need to send out a big thanks to the people who post here, members and sponsors alike. It is an info-packed resource, unique on the web for the breadth of knowledge. Any used machine I was curious about could be googled and something from this site would come up. Without the budget to pick up a 441 or 205 style, I recently came across a Singer 16-141 for a price I could afford, and I am pretty excited to get it working. But I could not find any posts specifically on this walking foot machine. Most are for the 16-188, which seems a little different in the walking mechanicals. So I figured I would start a new thread. While I know the L bobbins it takes are pretty common, and parts are generally available, one item I would like to add sooner than later is a roller edge guide. I found the instruction manual and part list, but the roller guide is made up of a dozen individual parts or sold as an assembly. Is there an aftermarket solution that may work better? I had heard good things about the flip-up (rather than bed mounted) style, so am open to recommendations. http://www.download-service-manuals.com/download.php?file=Singer-7331.pdf&SID=s6c7uqiumju8aj9s8t6l0o7f66 http://parts.singerco.com/IPpartCharts/16-137_141.pdf Thanks in advance Bill
  6. Saddle shop downsizing >>>> retirement We have a 25 ton 20" x 40" Herman Schwabe clicker press 3 phase for 3200 CAD (will need a new bed) 40 drawer clicker die cabinet 800 CAD Long arm Adler walking foot, a workhorse for any larger materials - 3/4" lift for 4800 CAD - including table & servo motor + new light Artisan walking foot flatbed with very little use. Great for a novice to get going on. 1450 CAD - Includes table with wheels and servo motor Located in Penticton, British Columbia. All machinery is in excellent working order
  7. In a great condition, new servo motor, wonderful for leather work. Local pick up only ( Los Angeles) $800 or best offer.
  8. I have a protex ty 3300 hoping someone can tell me how to make the presser foot higher to allow for more layers to go under ? My machine tec did change it last time he was here but am wanting it to go higher. I didn’t quite see which screw he loosened or tightened under the machine where the knee lift is. sorry I couldn’t upload a photo cause it tells me the file is to large. :l like every other photo I try to upload on here.
  9. Have a chance to pick up one of these machines and cannot find any information about it. Has anyone used one? Know any leads about manual or parts? (wrote to Chandler, still waiting to hear back...)
  10. Techsew 2700 Cylinder Compound Feed Industrial Sewing Machine Hi fellow Leatherworkers, I have a practically unused Techsew 2700 for sale. This is a cylinder bed, compound walking foot, industrial sewing machine for light and medium leather. It will sew up to 3/8” thickness. I have less than 10 hours use on it. Bought it on lease 2 years ago and then found out I had throat cancer. I got the radiation/chemo treatment and have been cancer free since but way too tired to run a business. I paid off the lease a few months ago and was hoping to get back to work but well...a man's got to know his limitations. I installed a speed reduction pully which really slows this bugger down but still has a nice rage of speeds settable on the servo motor. Included are all the accessories shown. I have kept it well oiled and it's in my clean dry workshop (well as clean as a workshop normally is anyway). I'm asking $1500.00 and would like to sell to someone within reasonable driving distance. I have some items I have sewn with this machine on my website madwolfleatherworks.com Look for the lined dog collars and knife sheaths for examples. If interested please email me at mark@madwolfleatherworks.com I also have other tools in my shop I'm willing to let go for reasonable prices. If anyone is interested please email me and I'll make a list and take some photos for you. Stay well folks!
  11. hi all, The threads I've read so far are super informative and interesting, but I haven't yet found an answer to my question. I've had a Singer 31-15 for several years and sew on it constantly (not leather really, just fabric), and love the stitch quality and how perfect it looks. I would like to do more straight line quilting on it, and think a walking foot might help with feeding the fabric through a little more perfectly, but have only found this resource for an adapted even feed foot for it: http://www.treadleon.net/sewingmachineshop/walkingfootmod/walkingfootmod.html Unfortunately I read that this person has since passed away, but my husband helped make the adaptation to a singer even feed foot for me. I'm scared to try it because I don't want to throw off the timing or anything on my machine, and the reason I'm nervous is because in the article and photo it shows a "professional" even feed foot and I just bought the singer even feed foot I found at Joanns. Does anyone know if the professional one might be specifically made for industrial type machines? I tried searching for Professional even feed feet and couldn't find any that said that on them... thanks for any advice! Ellene
  12. Leather Machine Company, Cobra Class 4 walking foot with all accessories! In Great condition! Local Pickup only - Phoenix, AZ $2400 I have tons of pictures but this site will not let me upload many.
  13. Hi all, I'm in the market for a free arm cylinder for sewing my leather bags. I definitely want a walking foot, and came across the SEW LINE 2603 (or 2605) CYLINDER WALKING FT with REVERSE on ebay for $1300. Ive never heard of the brand, and of course it's less expensive than the juki's and consews, which is ideal for my "starter machine" budget is under $1500. It would be my first free arm- right now I have a Singer 211G. I want to make sure its a decent investment for the price.... thoughts!? Thanks everyone!
  14. 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
  15. Hi All, I have a Pfaff 335-H3-6/10-BS cylinder arm walking foot big bobbin sewing machine. The machine is in perfect sewing condition. I can sell the machine complete with table, or as head-only, which I can ship anywhere domestically. Also includes a fold back roller edge guide. Available for pickup in NY/NJ area, or I can ship the head. Let me know if you have any questions of want to discuss! I also have: Pfaff 335 H2 Pfaff 345 Pfaff 438's Adler 69-373 Pfaff 1445 Juki 5550-6 (automatic) Juki 8700-7 (automatic) and a few others.
  16. Selling my trusty Juki 563, I have installed a servo motor last year. Its a great work horse. I've been using it for sewing leather and heavy duty canvas. Finally upgraded to a cylinder arm machine and need to make some space.. I am asking for $999 - local pick up only please, I can't even think of shipping this thing.
  17. Hello! We are a small leather goods manufacturer and we are consolidating our machine inventory! We have several industrial machines available. All machines are in used, working condition and are sold as-is. They have all been in use in a production facility most recently in December 2018. Please DM me if you would like more information in regard to pricing and photos. Please make an offer! If you are in the Twin Cities area, we would be happy to coordinate a showing for you. Please arrange your own pick up/delivery/shipping - we have a loading dock for convenience. Cash only. We have the following machines for sale: Leather Machinery Fortuna 3443 Band Knife Splitter United-Carr M 235 Kickpress Judson L. Thomson 21. 2776 Kickpress Prym Press Pneumatic Snap Setter Schaefer TC 15 Topside Cementer Franklin Imprinting Machines A11593041 Hot Stamper Kwik Print 425 Hot Stamper Central Machine 37151 Metal Cutting Band Saw (x2) WSK PP-34F Pneumatic Embossing Machine (x2) USM Emhart Clicker Model B Brute Eastman Class 627 Table Knife Royersford Excelsior No. 10 Kickpress United-Carr M235 Kickpress Sewing Machinery (x3) Adler 267 Walking Foot - $900 Consew 206RB Walking Foot - $700 Consew 227R Walking Foot Cylinder Arm - $1,400 (x2) Juki LU-563 Walking Foot - $900 Juki DLN-415-4 Needle Feed, 220V - $750 (x5) Seiko STH-8BLD-3 Walking Foot - $900 (x2) Seiko LSWN-8BL-3 Walking Foot - $1,100 Seiko LSWN-8BL-3 Walking Foot, HEAD ONLY - $700 Singer 111W151 Needle Feed - $500 NEW - Typical GC2263V Walking Foot Cylinder Arm - $2,000 Thank you for your interest!
  18. Hi,i have a used little very good condition post bed compound walking foot, Highlead GC24608-iR downsizing,renovating house. selling few things off. with table servo motor. located in long island,ny -for pickup. $1600-negotiable
  19. Hi, new here and new to leather working and heavy machines, minus my old singer 96k. (But been working as seamstress at menswear shop 11years so have a general knowledge of sewing) I have just bought a second hand singer 45k89 but it only came with the one foot. I am wondering if anyone can help me find more feet and possibly a bobbin winder that attaches to the machine body (not the table, if that makes any sense) I have asked a company called college sewing online but they have ignored my message and I’ve scoured eBay and I’m only finding bobbins and cases. So thought I’d ask a forum of people who know! Thanks in advance any help is much appreciated!
  20. Sewing equipment and material available for sale, suitable for leather, shoe and bag production. Majority of machines run on 220V 3Phase clutch motors, some on 110V clutch motors. Some 220V motors can be replaced with 110V without eliminating machines full features. Location: Wauconda, Illinois, USA. Loading dock, forklift available. MACHINES CAN BE PICKED UP OR SHIPPED AT A SEPARATE CHARGE CALCULATED PER SHIPPING ADDRESS plus $75.00 crating charge.Reason for sale: semi-retirement from contract sewing manufacturingMACHINES FOR SALEsingle needle JUKI DDL 555-5, DURKOPP 277, MITSUBISHI 190, 180 cca $300.00-400.00bartackers JUKI, SINGER, cca $250-425.00double needle SINGERS various needle spacing 212, cca $375.00-500.00 (1/4," 3/8," 5/16." 3/4," 1,"1.5" with or without pullers)walking foot SINGER 211G155, cca $675.00cylinder CONSEW 227, cca $800.00high post single needle PFAFF, cca $1,100.00high post double needle SINGER, cca $875.00felling UNION SPECIAL 3500, cca $2,900.00hot gluing machine USM, cca $500.00single head creaser AUTOMATED COMPONENTS, cca $850.0012 needle waist elastic machine KASAI, cca $1,200.00die punching machine WESTERN, cca $575.00swing arm clicker USM, cca $2,900.00; PURITANs, cca $950.00; fusing machines KING, antique outsole stitcher BO, and MUCH more MATERIAL FOR SALE:fire retardant Nomex tan thread, military spec garment Nomex tan tape zippers various length,plastic or metal hardware,thread Spun Poly 35thread Nylon Bonded 45, 69foam,fabrics and much morePlease, contact for an appointment or receive pictures of individual machines: magmile at magmilebrand dot com. Late afternoons or weekends OK. OFFERS WELCOME, QTY DISCOUNT.
  21. Pfaff 545-H4-6/01 in excellent condition. $900 This is a triple feed medium weight leather sewing machine. This machine was built in Western Germany. It's capable of sewing up to size 138 threads, and through 3/8" of leather. The machine has been cleaned, adjusted and serviced. It works perfectly. maximum stitch is approximately 8mm, minimum stitch is less than 1mm. Reverse stitch matches the forward stitch. Internals are clean and oiled. Shipping across the USA is available upon request. The machine can be inspected and tested at: Solar Leather Machines 2837 Galleria Drive Arlington Tx 76011 817-422-9151
  22. Jsanders50hd


    Just acquired this singer 111wsv31 looking to find out some history if anybody knows anything. All I can find is by SN# it's pre 1940'. The W is made in Bridgeport, CT and the SV is what some call "special variety" or custom made for customer. From what I can tell this is the predicessor to the 144w201. It's a 20" throat with no reverse. It seems that it takes quite a few normal 111w parts but obviously there's many that aren't. It sews beautifully and has some unique cast iron legs with the singer insignia casted onto them. Anything helps. Probably going to sell if anyone's interested. And I'm sure this being my first post to the site... I'm probably in the wrong spot. Thanks in advance
  23. Juki LU-1508N walking foot industrial sewing machine. Large vertical axis top load bobbin. Built in bobbin winder.needle, Unison-feed, Lockstitch Machine with Large Hook for Extra Heavy-weight Materials. This machine has been very well kept. Like new condition. The table top has a spot where the formica/plastic is chipped. Could easily be fixed with some epoxy. Sews perfectly, come try it out before you buy it. Asking $1600 Located in St. Louis Can load or ship. Thanks, Jeremy https://photos.app.goo.gl/p6zGLAGHcZ1H2pub9
  24. I have 2 machines with work stations for sale. Consew 206rb-3 and Juki LU-1508N sewing centers. Like new machines in a very well made portable work station that folds up. Each machine is on casters and rolls into a shipping crate that is also on casters. The roof of the shipping crate Unbolts and is used as the ramp for the work station to be pushed into and out of the crate. Setup or teardown takes 5 min with 1 person and no tools. One crate stacks safely on top of the other. Both machines are like new and have been very well maintained. The 206 is missing one of the hinges where the machine head tilts back. Other than that they are both like new. These would be great for someone who has to travel and sew. There's plenty of room for material on the top sides of the machine inside the shipping crate. Asking $2500 for the Juki LU-1508N OBOAnd $2200 for the Consew 206rb-3 OBO I can load on a truck or trailer or I can ship one or both From St. Louis. Thanks, Jeremy https://photos.app.goo.gl/7v1ps9NfktdhQK1S9
  25. He everyone, Let me start by saying how grateful I am for this forum. Has been a lot of help. This time though, I can't seem to find an answer to my problem. I have a Pfaff 546 H3 walking foot machine that runs great with heavy leather however, I cannot seem to get it to feed properly if I have only one layer of "garment" leather on top of nylon. Is this normal or are there adjustments I can make? This is my first walking foot machine that I got during the holidays. I used to use my Consew 230 but it had its limitations. The purpose of this machine is to sew a leather piece on top of waterproof nylon but when I try to do so, the machine does not feed. I get these tiny little stitches even though I'm at 6 stitches per inch! I tried adjusting the presser foot but with no success. I was hoping this machine would be able to make my double stitching but it does not seem to do so... Thanks Sylvie
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