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Re: Newbie

A beast indeed! Maria
Maria Goetz
Aug 2
#1930
 
1929

Re: Newbie

I have a Singer 144W with the 30 inch long arm and it is a beast. I bought it with the factory table and I had to use an engine hoist to put it into the
Dave
Aug 1
#1929
 
1928

Re: Singer 96-10

Chris, Thank you. I have the User manual and parts manual from here. http://parts.singerco.com/ under industrial. Bill from Arizona advised that the 96-80 100
Maria Goetz
Aug 1
#1928
 
1927

Re: Singer 96-10

Maria - I have .pdf copies of user manual for 96-10, -12, -16 and parts manual for class 96.. I don't know where I found these, but can send them to you if
Chris
Jul 31
#1927
 
1926

Re: Newbie

... You may discover that there is really no one machine that *does everything* in the industrial universe....unless you have a factory that absolutely
D. C.
Jul 31
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1925

Re: Newbie

As far as walking foot industrial machines, you have many choices. But you really need to know what you want to sew. You need to ask yourself: 1. Do you need
Dave
Jul 31
#1925
 
1924

Singer 96-10

Recent acquisition. Does anyone have a Service manual, or aware of one on Singer list that would be close enough? Thanks Maria Smoky Mountains of Tennessee
Maria Goetz
Jul 31
#1924
 
1923

Re: Newbie

CLK, A couple of points: 1) I think no matter which industrial machine you end up with takes some getting used to before you're comfortable with it. I'm still
F Parker
Jul 30
#1923
 
1922

Re: Newbie

The DNU 1541 has all of that except the zig zag. Just wanted to mention too that it takes the larger "M" sized bobbins, but if you buy the pre-wound bobbins
Tom Frazier
Jul 30
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1921

Re: Newbie

Fred, Thank you for the advice. I DO find all the info about the special feeds a bit beyond my understanding and most is probably overkill for what I want to
dixbouv
Jul 30
#1921
 
1920

Re: Newbie

CLK, I recently added a walking foot machine to my stable of machines I use as a fiber artist. After looking/studying them for months and having a Craigslist
F Parker
Jul 29
#1920
 
1919

Re: Newbie

Thank you, Tom, this was very helpful information. The "S" designation was a question I had. I hope to gather more info to ask future intelligent questions. I
dixbouv
Jul 29
#1919
 
1918

Re: Newbie

Was where you were a few months ago: Needed to add an upgrade to my arsenal of industrial machines, but wasn't sure which machine to purchase. Initially bought
Tom Frazier
Jul 29
#1918
 
1917

Newbie

I am interested in getting a walking foot machine and this seems to be a complicated subject so I have been looking for a discussion forum to get information.
dixbouv
Jul 29
#1917
 
1916

Re: Walking foot?

Hi Sue, Generally, an industrial machine is either a walking foot machine or not. If you look at the parts list for the Singer machine,
Maria Goetz
Apr 21
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