Harold is 93 years old and still doing repairs and sharing his knowledge and stories on sewing machines. Wearing his Air Corp 1942 – 1946 Cap. In the 40’s Mr. Faiber recalls charging three to four dollars for a service call and a hook for a machine would cost three dollars.
Automatic 1-needle lockstitch machine for light and medium materials. Serial equipped with automatic functions: thread trimmer, reverse feeding with programmed size of the initial and final bartack, foot lifter, needle positioning and controller of initial stitch. Integrated 3 degrees adjustable brightness energy-saving LED lamp for lighting of working field.
Model with energy-saving AC Servo motor, control box, programming control panel and power switch integrated into machine head (mechatronic “all-in-one” set). Thanks to integration of all elements the machine works quietly and without adverse vibrations. AC Servo motor saves up to 70% energy comparing to a conventional electronic motor or clutch motor.
Bottom feed, max. sewing speed 5.000 s.p.m., max. stitch length 5 mm, foot lifting up to 13 mm, central lubrication.
We replace wiring on old Singer sewing machines or other vintage machines. Replacing the wires sometimes consist of opening up the motor and soldering new wiring on to the connectors. Some wiring kits are available but if not we make them up.
Singer 15-91 Heavy Duty Sewing Machine
Sunbrella, Leather to Chifon.
The Model 15-91 is a low shank sewing machine that has an oscillating hook. It takes Class 15 bobbins and 15×1electric gear-drive motor mounted on the back of these machines are typically referred to as “potted” motors.