MelissaJax

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  1. I can't bring myself to buy another 'home' frame. The Hinterberg is not the commercial quality that I want. It's a nice looking, well-built frame, but the wood is going to flex and move. Thanks!
  2. Yes, I'm keeping the HQ16. It is quite a nice machine, especially for someone that only does their own quilts. I've found that some longarm companies are willing to consider selling a table without a machine. If a manufacturer will sell me their table, then that brand will obviously be the one I turn to when I'm ready for a longarm. Thanks for the help!
  3. I'm on a quest, and I seem to be the trailblazer in this area. I want a commercial table for my HQ16. Not cabinets, not a banquet table with aluminum rails, but a real, solid commercial table. I currently have a wooden Grace frame which is nice but not as solid or heavy-duty as I want. I believe this machine would be perfect for me with a great table under it. Could someone post the measurements between the tracks on the table, center to center, as well as the distance between the tracks on the carriage, also center to center? Thank you very much!