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I'll cry when it's gone but it must go... This Freedom is only 4 years old but runs like its brand new if not better. Machine is located in Nashville, Tn. 2012 Freedom 14' Bliss Quilting System. Standard feature stitch regulator. Automatic needle positioner. Single stitch button. Laser light, Turbo Bobbin Winder, Vertical channel lock. Quilt glide, Power fabric advance. "M" bobbin . Hydraulic table lift on Bliss/ standard table. Additionally: tool kit, extra needles and accessories. Only $13,000
So of course I'm on a tight deadline & of course my machine is acting up. I've got a panto I'm using the laser light with & for some reason, in the middle of stitching the row, the laser light is shifting & I have to rip out half of what I do. I've tightened the laser screw & the long metal piece that screws into the machine & I make sure they are both tight before beginning, but it still moves on me. Does anyone have any ideas? I was able to quilt half this quilt successfully before this chaos began.... Thanks! Robin
I am interested in using my front laser light for echoing wavy lines to keep them consistent. I am not sure I can achieve that with it on top of the machine. Has anyone attached the light off to the side of the machine head or behind the needle to do this? If so, what is the best way to do this so it doesn't fall off or to minimize vibration of the light. Thanks ahead for any pros, cons or ideas before I attempt to try..... Angie