Description Putting a servo motor on our 31-15 singer sewing machine to free motion quilt with.
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Manufactured August 12 1942 – Serial Number AG421402 Very Limited Production. Motor runs, machine functions well function, ...
The principals of thread tension have already been covered in the section on `How a Sewing Machine Works' page  E - 4.
(1) The majority of tension ... Picture (18) shows the early type of release lever mechanism which is partly obscured by the presser bar and the needle bar.
Type A: Early model with pin location
17 (17)When ... this is not an option for you, then it means clearing the presser bar and needle bar out of the way to remove the lever - or leaving it for Netley ... away from the pin, do not be tempted to use a screwdriver pressing against the needle bar for leverage. In all cases you must make sure that when the presser ... release washer
G Tension spring H Front tension spring housing I Thumbnut
(1) The parts shown above comprise yet another variation on the dial-up tension mechanism which was introduced ... the same as for the simpler type covered earlier.
8 (8) Insert the remaining parts. Hold the parts thus assembled against the shoulder of the stud then inset the tension spring in ...
... 25 years in Westchester County NY on my Singer Slant Needle (circa 1965), and my 60 year old Singer 3115 factory machine, and occasionally teaching tailoring at the wonderful local fabric store ...
... gain experience before attempting the reserve. NECESSARY EQUIPMENT STRAIGHT STITCH MACHINE (Singer 3115 or comparable). The ideal machine for this is a double needle set to 3/4 to 7/8" gauge. A ... plain single needle is fine however. A Singer 107WI can do everything ... called for in these directions. ZIG ZAG MACHINE (Singer 107WI or comparable). A bar tacker ... do one edge at a time (or all at once if you have a double needle machine that is adjusted to 3/4 - 7/8"). When you start and end each rib ... tack or zig zag stitch (similar to the original bartack). When using a zig zag machine to make a bartack, set the stitches per inch a t 24 (when sewed over ... the bartack locked. Each end should also have a loose thread. When using a bartack machine for this, be sure it makes a bartack between 7/8" - I" using 48 - 56 ...