|Singer 17U142 Sewing machine|
iächines 17’J130, 17’J1/+1 and L7’J1 U2. described in this book, have a long teak shuttle and a cylinder bed and are successfully used in the "anufactu of shoes aOd a large variety of articles made of leather, vhich are irregularly shaped, such as horse boots, saddles, suit cases, fine leather bag3, portfolios, pocket books, music rolls, trusses, etc., all of vhich are conveniently handled on the cylinder bed. I'iachine 17U13C has a reversible drop feed across the cylinder and is fitted with a special throat plate and a narrow presser foot which particularly adapt it for stitching end piecea or gussets into leather hand bags, pocketbooks, etc. l-ac'nine Ι7'Λλ1 has a drop feed aeross the cylinder and is fitted with' a narrow presser foot. It also has a reversible feeding mechanism vhich rnäkes it possible to feed the vor< forward or backward, as desired, enabling the operator to tack the ends of seams, etc. It is designed for use in the manufacture of portfolios, pocketbooks, caps and other irregularlv 6haped leather articles which cannot be conveniently stitched on a fLat bed machine. Machine 17υΐΛ2 has a reversible drop feed across the cylinder. It is designed for stitching the quarter over the vamp of shoes, and is also used for stitching leather waist belts, music rolls, footballs, etc. It has a drop feed across the cylinder at the left of the needle. It is also fitted with a roller pressor.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Singer -- 17U142 -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
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|Upload date||14 November 2015|
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