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Date: 10/13/13 3:24 PM

I got this industrial machine that I loved using - but, was horrible for relations with the other people in my condo building.

My old SMAD was getting worked up I started to think of a new machine to buy that would be quiet and, would not vibrate and might consolidate a few machines ... prob you are familiar with that drill.

Then I had this wild idea ...



And look! The Pfaff fit in the well from the industrial machine - Ive always wanted that machine in a well. I even got crazy and cleaned the thing all up.

But, I was still having a little vibrating. I remembered my little Kenmore - zz machine. It runs so silent. And, PRESTO!

Last night, I ordered a new belt for the Kenmore - I im excited for the belt to come so I can try out the machine.

And, Im really happy to have a place to sew with three of my machines! Now I can put the head/machines on shelves and change them out as desired!



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Date: 10/13/13 6:39 PM

What a GREAT idea! Could you post more pictures of the underneath part that is holding the machines.

There is a company that makes industrial type sewing tables and I've been considering one of those, but your idea is even better!

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Date: 10/13/13 8:00 PM

Hey Angie Rose -



Here is a pic of the recessed well, taken from below.

It is attached to the table by screws that go through the table top and a bar that connects on either side at both ends. It is not going anywhere.

I think it was attached to catch oil drips from the old singer head? Im not sure what search words would help you find a product like that - but Ill take a guess -- oil drip pan for industrial sewing machine?

HA - your smart, Im sure you can find one. Im super excited about discovering this - because it will allow me to go nuts buying machines that are table top - but have them at the right height.

let me know what you find.

Oh the well is a little smaller than 7 by 19. I think I remember you saying you have the same industrial I bought, though. So same size.

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Date: 10/13/13 8:04 PM

Oh -- if you do any business with sew-perfect you will enjoy it.

The man who owns that business is the closest Janome/brother/elna dealer. He is super wonderful to work with.

I always judge Janome - but then I keep reminding myself that this grand quilter is a janome wolf in disguise. I continues to be my fave machine. Ive tried many others. But - it is the best one for me that I have found.

And, Tony is super nice - I dont drive and he is about a 30 min drive from me. But, he would be a great dealer to work with. I have no question. I buy lots of notions from them when I visit their store.

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Date: 10/13/13 8:09 PM

Boy that is a good idea- now I have to start looking for such a table in the selvedge stores.

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Date: 10/13/13 9:56 PM

Thanks for the picture of the underside! Now I just have to find a old industrial table. I already looked on our Craigs list. Nothing today.
Also, nice to know Tony has a good business reputation. I sort of knew that already as my friend in Indiana bought one of his tables. She loves it!

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Date: 10/13/13 10:58 PM

As the well in your table is just a metal tray, I would make a suggestion. Next time you are at a hardware, have a look around for some foam mesh matting (or even anti-slip carpet underlay) .... you can buy thin stuff to put in your drawers to stop plates and glasses moving around. A layer of that under the machine, may very well absorb a little of the vibration, cutting back the noise level.

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Date: 10/14/13 11:05 AM

I think there's also a rubber vibration-dampening material intended to go under table legs as well. I don't know how thick it is, it may make the table too tall?

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Date: 10/14/13 1:25 PM

I've been thinking about a Sew Perfect table for my Juki 2010, but not sure about the leg room in the back due to the brace?

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Date: 11/14/13 7:05 AM

If the motor you were using on the industrial was a "clutch" motor, they are noisy. You might want to swap it out for a servo motor as they are supposed to be much quieter. Great idea though for using the 1 table for all your machines. I have thought of that myself with the table I bought from Tony's in Biddeford.

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