- Free arm quilting and embroidery of light and multilayer materials
- Especially suitable for long and complex materials.
- Light weight aluminum alloy construction.
- Miniature PLC easily adjusts the sewing speed and needle stop position.
- Front and rear adjustable control handles
- Ten foot frame with dual rail easy roller system.
- Adjustable fabric ratcheting tensioners for multi-ply (3) applications.
- Detachable laser pointer for tracing pattern.
- Work table for small patterns.
- Built-in Florescent light.
- Nylon wheels with sealed steel bearings.
- 1-1/2 inch 11ga steel poles for less bowing.
- Rotary thread tensioner.
- Oiless needle and presser bar for no oil drips.
- Synchronous belt drive to top and bottom shaft.
- Harmonic balancers on top shaft.
- Top mounted non-engaged hand wheel.
- "L" bobbin case and belt driven Koban hook assembly (Model 1709Q) ("M" size bobbin in the 2611BQ)
- Rear mounted thread stand.
- Includes light frame for mounting overhead light (light not included)
|5/8 hp 4-pole brush DC|
|10 foot 1-1/2 in. 14 ga. steel square tubing|
1709Q: 17 in. depth x 9 in. height
2611BQ: 26 in. depth x 11 in. height
|Frame 290 lbs / 10' length x 13" width x 10" height
Machine 85lbs / 34" length x 26" width x 28" height
With so many options available for motors when we talk about replacing or buying a motor for our industrial sewing machine, there is one important point to keep always in mind "The Speed". Regardless of brand or price, motors come in two different configurations:
- 1. Fixed-Speed Clutch Motor
- 2. Adjustable-Speed Servo Motor
Clutch motors operate at a fixed speed, typically between 1725 - 3450 rpm, depending on the type of machine. Servo Motors on the other hand are speed adjustable. The two major advantages of the Servo Motor are that you can control the speed of the motor and that the motor is completely silent when the pedal is not engaged.
Some other advantages of the Servo Motor include:
- They consume up to 90% less energy than clutch motors
- 1/3 lighter than clutch motors
- Reverse motor rotation with the flick of a switch
- Nothing to wear or adjust
- Adjusted speed remains the same no matter how hard the pedal is pressed
Most of our customers find that the sewing machine is much easier to control with a Servo motor because of the speed control. This is especially helpful for beginner sewers but also for projects that simply don't require high speed stitching.