Here's my future "Baby". We're getting the adoption papers together now! LOL! She comes with table, lamp & thread stand . This thing is HEAVY!!! Fortunately the machine can be removed and will be transported that way. I'm literally going to have to make space for this big girl. I've got it all mapped out. An entire half of my sewing studio will get shifted around a bit. But it will all be worth it. I'm excited to make her part of the family!!!
After trying out this machine all I can say is you don't want to drive this thing fast unless you know what you're doing. WHOA!!!! I was pretty good with it but I did lose control for a split second and almost shave my pants down a bit. You've really got to keep a good grip on your fabric with this one!
This thing has 2 foot petals. The one on the left runs it and the one on the right lifts the presser foot. How cool!
This is so cool, there's a little chute that funnels all clippings to a trash can. This is one cool overlock machine. One I don't have to have right now since I own a Huskyvarna Viking Huskylock that I love very much. Maybe a few years from now when I've got a much bigger studio/showroom.
Ok, that's all for me for now. I've got to start moving things around in my sewing room to get ready for the "new girl". Anyhow, do you own an industrial machine? How do you like it? If you don't own one do you want one eventually? Why?