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So what has been happening?

Posted by info@artizantraining.com on 22 October, 2015 at 20:05

I have been fixing a range of interesting Industrial Machines during the last few weeks. From a Carpet Whipper to a Juncker Industrial Sewing Machine what are they you may well ask ..........

A Carpet Whipper

If you have ever seen the edge of a carpet piece with what appears to be closley stitched wollen edge this would have most likley been stitched by a heavy duty carpet edge (whipper) overlocker. Karpet King is the most popular and robust of this style of machine although an old Singer 81K Carpet Whipper can still do a good job.

A Juncker is a machine used for out sole stitching, most of them are normaly lockstitch. Sole stitching comes in many forms and this one is a very odd beast as it is chain stitch and is used for stitching leather soles to the uppers.

​It is realy great to have the chance to work on all these interesting Industrial machines, as my specialist field is Leather and Heavy Duty Machines as I started in this industry as a closing mechanic with C & J Clarkes at there head office in street, in the west country

I have since been involved in servicing and repairing a whole range of both domestic and industrial machines. Plus I can now also add to my list, Long Arm computerised Quilting Machines that are used for the Patchwork and Quilting Creators to finish off there amazing quilts. The versions I specialise in are where the head moves in an x y axis to a pre programmed pattern produced by a computer so the quilt is secured to rollers Check out APQS or Gammill.


Categories: Industrial sewing machine repairs

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