Japanese Clones Of The 40's, 50's, And 60's

08 Mar 2017 - 06:22:20 pm
Japanese Clones Of The forty's, 50's, And 60's

Measure throughout the entrance of the machine, together with the fly wheel on the facet, this is going to be known as the Machine Width. Howdy Ed im from Dominican Republic, i simply bought (from the goverment) a Stitching Machine Model JA2 (waste lake) and that i dont know methods to set up the motor, im driving my self crazy trigger i dont perceive the drawings non the much less the very tech vocabulary. HI I have an old eaton's viking machine from the mid 70's, it is japanese made and on the bottom of the machine JC19 is stamped on the machine. U.S. pat underneath title and on top of the machine 'Stitching Machine Gross sales Corp.' is inscribed.

HOWEVER it additionally came with the instruction manual, hand instruments, further components and one other E-book which talks concerning the Class 15 Machine, it states that the fee was $189 when new and most fascinating is the Certificate it has in the middle of the e-book with the unique house owners title, date of sale, the company who bought it and the sales man name.

Whenever anybody asks me for an costly machine to truly use for sewing, I level them towards a sixties Japanese machine. As for cams, I do not suppose you will see a set unless you happen to come back across an an identical machine in a thrift store https://youtu.be/DzmlGbKkBHo with all its equipment. I started gathering orphan cams at one time, but when I had about a dozen units of cams and half a dozen cam machines, and not one of the cams matched any of my machines, I gave up. I even had New House cams that will not fit my New House machine. The machine is turquiose green, and says Bamberger's on a white plated plaque on it's aspect.

Every time anybody asks me for an expensive machine to actually use for stitching, I level them toward a sixties Japanese machine. As for cams, I don't think you will find a set except you happen to come back across an similar machine in a thrift shop with all its equipment. I started accumulating orphan cams at one time, but when I had a couple of dozen units of cams and half a dozen cam machines, and none of the cams matched any of my machines, I gave up. I even had New House cams that might not fit my New Home machine. The machine is turquiose green, and says Bamberger's on a white plated plaque on it's aspect.

BUT it additionally got here with the instruction handbook, hand tools, additional components and another E book which talks about the Class 15 Machine, it states that the cost was $189 when new and most fascinating is the Certificates it has in the course of the e book with the original homeowners name, date of sale, the corporate who sold it and the gross sales man identify.
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