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=== Tips and Tricks ===
 
=== Tips and Tricks ===
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There is a folder with tips / tricks and helpful information about this machine located in a manila folder in the desk drawer by the window.
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Extra needles, bobbins and threader located in the drawer under the machine.
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The following manuals may be helpful:
 
The following manuals may be helpful:
 
[[Media:29K_Operators_Guide.pdf]]
 
[[Media:29K_Operators_Guide.pdf]]

Latest revision as of 15:13, 4 November 2019

Fisters Leatherworking Machine
LeatherMachine 20190603 25pct.jpg
Owner Fox.Build
Manufacturer Fisters
Model none
Usability Operational
YouTube Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zawvl5ZZIdI&feature=youtu.be
Instructions Leatherworker Manual
Hackable No
Replacement Cost $199

About

The leather working machine was originally targeted at shoe repair, but is capable of working with many other leather projects. The following document describes the main parts of the machine: File:Universal Patcher Parts.pdf

To operate correctly several setup actions must be performed. First, the crank must be installed as shown (this should already be done - this info is in case it needs to be re-installed for maintenance)
CrankConnection.png
Second, a needle of the proper size must be selected: NeedleSelection.jpg
and third, the shuttle timing must be correct:
ShuttleTiming.jpg

Safety

Important safety information.

  • Keep your fingers away from the needle!


Getting Started

Materials

Textiles, especially leather

Power and Speeds

This is a hand-driven machine: speed is limited by the operator.

Tips and Tricks

There is a folder with tips / tricks and helpful information about this machine located in a manila folder in the desk drawer by the window. Extra needles, bobbins and threader located in the drawer under the machine.

The following manuals may be helpful: Media:29K_Operators_Guide.pdf
Media:Singer_29K_Instructions.pdf
Media:Singer_29U_manual.pdf
In addition, the following videos and websites may be helpful: Bobbin Threading Video
Another Bobbin Threading Video
Alignment Diagram
Capability and Threading

Your First Project

Steps here for a simple first project.

Your Second Project

Steps here for a slightly more advanced second project after doing the first.

Notes