Корпорации JUKI Corporation принадлежит приоритет в целом ряде фундаментальных достижений швейного машиностроения. Probably the biggest misconception is that industrials are for heavier work like canvas etc but this isn’t true. My Adler (the lockstitch) is a “dressmaker” for lighter materials. Based on the experience of my recent class, I thought an entry about how to feed or manage layers when sewing on an industrial machine would be helpful but realized I needed to provide more groundwork first. With automatic back stitching, you don’t lose one hand to operating a knob or lever. Speaking of the class, the context is I had two students who are primarily retailers (own 3 stores) who want to develop their own in-house sewing unit. The way you change threads on an industrial is to clip the thread at the spindle (never pull it out!) and tie on the new thread with the most basic knot there is.
After my sewing machine’s break down, I wanted little to do with machine trouble. So I do recommend this place. He only speaks Japanese by the way. Adjusting the speed is very easy with this machine. It is almost like home sewing machine. Flash is required to view this page Adobe Flash is required to view the online catalog, if you do not have Flash installed it can be downloaded here: Download Flash > ×. With servo motor, machine works just like home sewing machine. It is very easy to control the speed. Cart (0) | $0 Mailing List Subscribe Unsubscribe. This is useful when feeding tricky materials. I wrote about this before in much more detail.
After the close-down, he started a business of buying second-hand industrial machines from factories in Japan, repairing them, and selling them online. You usually don’t use a safety stitch on knits unless you use stretchy thread. This was a concern to me since I know nothing about fixing sewing machines. I am terrible with anything mechanical. I don’t even know how to change a light bulb! Speaking of, the worst that can go wrong is in threading.Threading a machine: When you buy a machine, it is nearly always threaded. Motor During the search for the industrial sewing machine, I learnt that there are two different motors for industrial machines: clutch motor and servo motor. Servos are relatively new being one of two types of motors used on industrial machines.