Mechanical Electronic Computerized Sewing Machines

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Mechanical Sewing Machine:
A mechanical sewing machine has no circuitry in it. The stitch patterns are formed by cams and followers. These cams or discs may be built in, insertable, or both. They have bumps on them, and as they turn, the followers are moved by the bumps and in turn move the needle to its proper position in the stitch as you sew.
The motor is AC (alternating current; see sewing machine motors). This is the same as your household current. The machine may have a rheostat or electronic foot control (see foot controls).
These are the vintage sewing machines or today’s lower-end offerings.
Mechanical sewing machines have no automatic needle stop, and they stop randomly in their cycle when you take your foot off the controller. When you stop, be sure to turn the handwheel toward you until the needle has barely started on its downward path. This will help prevent thread nests upon starting.

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Lapped zippers are often found on skirts at the waistband. A lapped zipper is constructed so that the zipper is not visible. The zipper will remain closed throughout the process of inserting the zipper. All sewing is done on the inside of the garment except for topstitching. Remember to always keep the needle positioned between the zipper foot and the zipper teeth when sewing.
NOTE: Throughout this tutorial, the term “placket” will be used. A placket is the fabric that surrounds and reinforces fasteners in a garment. In this instance, the fastener referred to in this tutorial is a zipper.

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Machine settings:
Stitch:                        Zigzag stitch or tricot stitch
Stitch width:               Not more than 5
Thread tension:          1 - 2
Presser foot pressure
adjusting lever:           3
Feed dog:                  Dropped
Sewing speed:           Slow to medium

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A heavy duty metal frame and powerful motor make this machine a true workhorse. Free Owner's Class videos and lessons via Singer App.

  • More Powerful Motor for extra high sewing speed
  • 11 Built-in Stitches basic, decorative, more
  • Four-Step Buttonhole to sew buttonholes in 4 easy steps
  • Heavy Duty Metal Frame for long lasting durability
  • Online Owner’s Class videos of machine basics

Needle For Sewing Machine

The central feature of any sewing machine is the needle or needles. Very many needle types (systems) have been developed over time to ensure each sewing machine that uses them performs at its best.
Needle systems may be introduced for a number of reasons such as the introduction of new or specialised fabrics, new sewing machinery or even increases in machine speed.
Each needle system (needle type) will typically have between 6-8 sizes available, and in the more popular systems there can be up to 15 sizes, with each of these needles systems and sizes being available in a range of different needle points.
The following guide has been put together to help gain a better understanding of sewing machine

Sewing Machine | Needle Plate

Today’s sewing machines have many great features that sew couldn’t even have imagined 30 years ago. Among these is the ability to sew much wider stitches. Some brands offer stitches that are 6 mm wide; others are 10 mm wide. This feature means that manufacturers had to widen the opening in the needle plate and increase the distance between the feed dogs to accommodate these wider stitches. As with many things, you can find pros and cons. The increased stitch width gives beautiful decorative stitches. Straight stitches can be sewn in many more needle positions, giving more options for topstitching.
On the down side, fine fabrics can be pushed down into the needle plate by the needle. Starting
a seam right at the edge of a fabric can be more difficult. Stitching at the point of a triangle can
cause the fabric to be eaten.

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  • Digital Thread Tension Control
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  • Automatic Back Tack Settings
  • Automatic Foot Lift
  • 4.3" Full Color Touch-Screen Digital Control Panel

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  • Stylist serger is the ideal complement to any sewing machine.
  • The 6 different stitch types ensure the perfect stitch
  • Adjust the tension effortlessly when sewing a variety of fabrics
  • Sews up to 1,300 stitches per minute
  • Effortlessly adjust the length of a stitch
  • Differential Feed for perfect seams