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    trudie

    Compuquilter Motors for sale

    yes it is.
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    PFAFF PowerQuilter 16.0 Sit Down Longarm Quilting Machine. We have one with a stitch regulator, one without. Location - Lancaster, PA $2995 with Stitch Regulator $2495 without. Shipping is an option depending where you live. We can freight ship these machines.
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    mswings

    Stitch Regulator

    Thanks Shana, I tried thoses things with no success. I called Angie and she is sending me some circut boards.
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    No. What you're experiencing is normal. As you roll up the quilt on the take-up roller it takes up space in the "harp". Each pass you make will shorten your "stitching field". Just plan accordingly. If you're stitching a panto, make sure that it is no deeper than the smallest stitching field will be. Probably 2 or 2 1/2 inches less. Good luck. Jim
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    mswings

    Stitch Regulator

    Thanks Shana, I tried those things with no success. I worked today and will call tomorrow. My thread cutter is also on the fritz. Probably a circut board even though I changed them both out last year.
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    ffq-lar

    thread jam in hook assembly

    You are doing the right thing. Douse it again with WD-40 and let it sit for a while. That will soften the thread even more. Continue to pull out the visible threads with tweezers and try to rock the assembly manually. If necessary, douse again and let it sit overnight, keep working, and you should be able to loosen things up. When the assembly turns, start it at a slow speed to twirl out any thread that's left. Make sure you haven't blown a fuse with the jam. Wipe out and re-oil well with machine oil. Good luck, Jacque.
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    Reduced price - I’m selling my Babylock Tiara III Sit down quilter with Koala table and lots of extras. It is a floor model I purchased last Christmas. I’ve just downsized from 4 bedroom home to 2 bedroom condo and no longer have a space for the quilter, even though it has a very small profile. I’ve only practiced a little on a test piece. I live in West TN so would deliver within 150 miles or you could pick up. Reduced Asking price is $4200 which includes: Tiara III quilter Koala table Creative Notions free motion grip Tru Stitch stitch regulator Baby Lock Glide Foot Bobbin winder for large bobbins Extra bobbins if interested please send me a private message. Thanks! Michele
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    barbm

    Millennium Manual PDF

    If you go to Facebook and search for the "We Love APQS" group, there's a Millie/Freddie manual in the Files Section.
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    lorihufford

    butler quilting robots

    I purchased one from Dave jones in February and can tell you it was a GREAT investment. I was not able to afford either of the two leaders in computerization, so I looked at the Butler. I was never a great freehand quilter, so this tool has given me great consistency when doing multiple blocks, plus has allowed me to semi-custom quilts with designs I would never have attempted either freehand or stencil! I never thought I would use it for pantos, boy was I wrong! That is one of the best uses as it allows me to be piecing my own quilts no catching up on all my UFOs. My customers have been pleased with the results because most use all over patterns and my turnaround time has gotten shorter. Plus it is just fun creating and designing! Feel free to email me at lahufford@me.com if you have more questions, Lori
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    Katydids

    10'table for Milli

    Kathy, last time I checked on new rollers for a customer who wanted to do the Bliss upgrade, but also wanted to change the size of her table, the rollers alone were $1100.00 plus the 3000.00 cost of the Bliss upgrade. You could do the Bliss upgrade, which would include new axles and SR's, a new carriage and the table rails and table top. Then you could take your rollers to a welder and have then cut them down to size and re-weld the end on it. I would imagine it would be much more cost effective than buying new rollers.