Durkopp Adler Sewing Machine / Durkopp Adler Nähmaschine


Bielefeld (Germany) in the mid-19th century, the Industrial Revolution turned the city into a major textile center. Imported sewing machines, mostly from the US, are used for the sewing process, however the problem is procurement and high cost. Then two mechanics Baer and Koch recognize the opportunity and start building a factory for the production of sewing machines in Bielefeld.
The success of the venture indicates the potential of new markets and in 1865 Baer decided to start his own business. Koch continues to trade under the name Koch & Co and employs two mechanics for Dürkopp sewing machines...
Bielefeld (Njemačka) sredinom 19-tog vijeka, industrijska revolucija je pretvorila grad u veliki tekstilni centar. Uvozne šivace mašine, uglavnom iz SAD-a, koriste se za proces šivenja,međutim problem je nabavka i visoka cijena. Tada dva mehaničara Baer i Koch prepoznaju priliku i počinju izgradnju tvornice za proizvodnju šivaćih mašina u Bielefeld-u. Uspjeh poduhvata ukazuje na potencijal novih tržišta a 1865. Baer odluči da počne svoje poslove. Koch nastavlja trgovanje pod imenom Koch& Co i zapošljava dva mehaničara za šivaće mašine Dürkopp

Pfaff 230 | Pfaff 260 | Pfaff 262 | Pfaff 332 | Pfaff 360 | Pfaff 362


Pfaff 230, 260, 262, 332, 360 and 362 sewing machines belong to the group of Pfaff sewing machines made on a similar or the same platform. Production dates back to the area from 1955-1965. These are machines made entirely of metal, today some call them "semi-industrial" sewing machines, and I have found comments on foreign sites where they are given the prefix "industrial". This small confusion, so to speak, was caused by their robust construction and slightly higher weight, otherwise they do not differ in size from an ordinary home sewing machine. Pfaff 230 and 260 are machines with ...

SEARCH - UPIŠI TRAŽENI POJAM