If that page also shows a proxy address, we need that one too.Company History This is William Mack's May 19, 1863 patent with his revolutionary design for a vibrating shuttle machine with high arm. No name is given to the shape or style of take-up mechanism, which resembles a tennis racket.The data was compiled, wherever possible, from Singer documents, service manuals, etc. Designed for use with electricity with motor built-in to back of the arm; controlled by knee lever. Speeds shown are maximum and will depend on the materials being sewn. All graphics of the featured machines are Singer's copyright.
Ursula Franklin rejects the idea that powerful technologies automatically determine the ways in which people live and work.
You are unlikely to break a new machine but if you do then you can take it back.
Breaking an old machine will lead you down a path of frustration.
For simultaneously stitching parallel rows in cloth. Additional presser for closely woven and heavy fabrics. (05/1950)As 119W2 with mechanism to automatically raise presser after each feed movement to follow curved lines. For hemstitching light fabrics with 1/16" openings.
Regularly fitted to produce three thread cording and all other embroidery effects as produced by 114W121 machine. Gear shift mechanism in arm for changing speed of revolving spool carrier to produce two, three or four stitches to each revolution. (05/1950)Two vibrating needles and independently driven piercer; makes overedge hemstitch. (05/1950)For joining press cloths made of camel's hair for straining cottonseed oil.