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What does "Standard Workspace" mean in regards to sewing machines?

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I keep seeing many industrial machines list "Workspace: Standard Workspace" in their specs. Googling turns up nothing useful about what this means. Anyone know?

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doesn't mean anywhere what you might think it does. 
it's more of a statement of special requirements. 3 phase electric, Compressed air, etc. 

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It is the space to the right of the needle and the head of the machine.  A lot of industrial sewing machines in the older generation work space was 10.5"

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Edited by shoepatcher

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well I stand corrected. 
dealing with machines, work space always meant what was needed to make the machine work. 
 

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