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Mar082017

Your Secret Admiral's Library

Your Secret Admiral's Library

Your mailboxes are in all probability already stuffed to the brim with holiday advertisements. Every time anyone asks me for an expensive machine to really use for stitching, I level them towards a nineteen sixties Japanese machine. As for cams, I do not suppose one can find a set unless you happen to come back across an equivalent machine in a thrift store with all its accessories. I started collecting orphan cams at one time, but when I had a couple of dozen sets 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 Residence cams that would not fit my New Dwelling machine. The machine is turquiose inexperienced, and says Bamberger's on a white plated plaque on it is side.

HOWEVER it additionally got here with the instruction guide, hand tools, further components and another Guide which talks concerning the Class 15 Machine, it states that the cost was $189 when new and most interesting is the Certificate it has in the middle of the e-book with the original homeowners title, date of sale, the corporate who bought it and the gross sales man title.

BUT it additionally got here with the instruction handbook, hand instruments, additional components and another E-book which talks concerning the Class 15 Machine, it states that the price was $189 when new and most interesting is the Certificate it has in the course of the e-book with the original owners title, date of sale, the company who sold it and the sales man identify.

I've searched endlessly and can not discover any information: What I have seems to be a Modernage seafoam inexperienced transportable sewing machine made in Japan. I've a beautiful Montgomery Ward HappyLite Stitching machine I am trying to get information on. Handbook is NOT POSSIBLE to get, i've tried in every single place, parts for sure are even tougher to search out. Subsequent to Necchis, I feel that post WWII Japanese machines offer the best high quality machine to the sewist.

I have searched endlessly and can not find any info: What I've seems to be a Modernage seafoam green portable sewing machine made in Japan. I have a stunning Montgomery Ward HappyLite Sewing machine I'm attempting to get information on. Handbook is INCONCEIVABLE to get, i've tried all over the place, parts for sure are even harder to search out. Next to Necchis, I really feel that put up WWII Japanese machines provide the highest quality machine to the sewist.

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Mar082017

Your Secret Admiral's Library

Your Secret Admiral's Library

Measure throughout the front of the machine, together with the fly wheel on the side, this is going to be called the Machine Width. Hello Ed im from Dominican Republic, i simply acquired (from the goverment) a Sewing Machine Model JA2 (waste lake) and i dont know how one can install the motor, im driving my self crazy cause i dont perceive the drawings non the much less the very tech vocabulary. HELLO I have an outdated eaton's viking machine from the mid 70's, it's japanese made and on the bottom of the machine JC19 is stamped on the machine. U.S. pat beneath title and on high of the machine 'Sewing Machine Gross sales Corp.' is inscribed.

I have just came right into a outdated stitching machine, I found your blog looking for out more data on the machine. I've just purchased a Fleetwood stitching machine and I've not discovered loads about it on-line other than the submit wwII info about Japan. The Japanese machines of that era used many generic elements and it should be no drawback in your local sewing machine restore place to come up with a working substitute, though it may not look similar. I have never had that spring cause an issue and have seen machines sew simply tremendous with out one.

Each time anybody asks me for an costly machine to really use for stitching, I level them towards a nineteen sixties Japanese machine. As for cams, I don't think you can see a set unless you occur to come back across an equivalent machine in a thrift shop with all its equipment. I began 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 Residence cams that would not match my New Home machine. The machine is turquiose green, and says Bamberger's on a white plated plaque on it's aspect.

I would like 2 body parts: nostril cowl (not sure if appropriate term) and the extension table/arm that goes on when NOT stitching cuffs and so on. In search of information/handbook for industrial sewing machine made in Japan with Glad J-C12 stamped within the metal and J-A10 in paint on the underside. They definitely offer one of the best value - thrift shops and local auctions promote perfectly good japanese machines from $5 to $35. The case isn't is such good condition but like I said the machine is in excellent form.

BUT it also got here with the instruction guide, hand instruments, extra components and another Ebook which talks concerning the Class 15 Machine, it states that the associated fee was $189 when new and most attention-grabbing is the Certificates it has in the midst of the ebook with the original owners name, date of sale, the corporate who offered it and the gross sales man title.

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