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Lenni's BIG Debut

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I want more information than that link, like table dimensions how far apart are those legs? can you put wheels on the table? I have a very tiny room and currently have a ten foot table, I can squeeze a 100 inch top on it I would love to do 108 inches. How large of a quilt can squeeze on the frame? Is there automatic forward that can be added, I am sure I can aske more questions, like can you put the hydrolic lift on the table? can you just purchase the table? or just Lenni?

thanks i want to know every detail

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Legs are about 100 inches apart and the largest quilt would be about 102 inches. Hydraulic lift is available and you can put wheels on the table.

Lenni and table are only sold as a package.

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Hi Joann,

Yes. Lenni is a girl and just a dream.

Myrna


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Can you tell me how far apart front to back the legs are they look like they are pretty wide,( I figured out the are as wide apart as the table) I am asking becuase my room is only 6 feet wide I push my ultimate around depending if I am quilting from the front or back

Lenni seems like she will fit nce into my little room but I want details that seem silly

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Here's a very quick summary of stats of Lenni vs Milli. There's nothing out there like Milli, but Lenni is new amazing alternative at $9900. You really have to test drive them both to see which one really works best for you.

LENNI

APQS Automatic Stitch Regulator

20" x 8" throat size.

Weight 34 pounds

Three (3) year warranty

Two-stage automatic needle positioner

Single-stitch function

Built-in laser

10 foot table (quickly and easily disassembles into 5 foot sections)

MILLENNIUM

APQS Automatic Stitch Regulator

26" x 10.5" throat size

Weight 52 pounds

Three (3) year warranty

Two-stage automatic needle positioner

Single-stitch function

Built-in laser

14 foot aluminum table

Ergonomically designed handles

Lower thread cutter

Power fabric advance

Turbo bobbin winder

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I test drove Lenni and He is smooth, accurate and has a Stitch Regulator. Wow, I was surprised. I think I sold one to my friend and I don't even have one, lol. Nita


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www.henhousemachinequilting.com

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I loved Lenni from the first stitch. He is smooth and super easy to operate and understand the controls. I wish the table was a 12. Now what I really think is that Lenni should come and live with me on my good old strong Ultimate 2 table. He would be a great first machine. If you had teenagers they'd love him.


Cheryll Baber

Millenium

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I loved Lenni too. If it had been available when I was in the market for a S/R machine, I would probably have bought it too.

I'm thinking my friend (the one I did the quilt for that I showed a couple of days ago) is going to buy one . . if she hasn't already bought it.

What I really want is the CQ!! I loved that thing!


Judy Laquidara

Brownwood, TX

APQS Millennium

Blog: http://www.patchworktimes.com

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