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JUKI MO654DE Portable Thread Serger Sewing Machine
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|Item Weight||6.9 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||10.6 x 13.6 x 11.6 inches|
|Power Source||Treadle Powered|
About this item
- 2/3/4 Thread serger with automatic rolled hem
- Color coded threading breakaway looper external adjustment for stitch length and differential feed
- Powerful knife system with dedicated drive mechanism. Sewing Speed: Max. 1500 spm
- Sews light to heavy weight fabric. Max. Stitch Length- 4mm
- Safety Switch machine will not run when swing cover is open.Differential Feed:0.7 : 2.0 Ratio
- Carton Description is MO600 Series
- Included components: Accessories
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Machine is still a bad a#%.... No issues. No problems. Literally never had an issue with tension. If I ever need to change the tensions, the basic suggestions online and in the manual have worked flawlessly. I keep her tidy with a stiff paintbrush and i also purchased a very fancy Mini attachment set for my Miele vacuum as the cheap ones just don't fit that vac. I would highly recommend buying a mini attachment set and use it instead of a mini vac as the suction power is just not enough. DO NOT USE CANNED AIR. Look into it, if you want. I just don't because my favorite sewing blog said never do it (Sewing Out Loud podcast). I would say this machine is my favorite machine, but I just purchased a Juki coverstitch and have not used it yet... lol we shall see who I love more!
Newer to sewing ( only about a year), and have never ever serged a single thing before this evening. Spent hours (and hours) lusting after Baby Locks on youtube. Realized after seeing just the preowned prices that I will always buy a new car instead of a serger... and readjusted my thinking to one that matched reality. My subsequent hours of research led me to choose the Juki over the Brother, Singer or Janome. I received the machine today. I threaded it immediately. I DID watch many videos on the topic, and am a visual learner. I successfully threaded in about 5 mins, and test stitched with no issues with tension after. I will note that I have no children, excellent vision, a lot of "free time" and a large workspace. These factors may have made the whole deal easier for me, but I am telling you- this thing is unreal. I literally kissed it before I pried myself away from her to go to bed at 1 am. I sew almost exclusively with knits, and within 30 minutes of ownership, JUKI has changed my life. The feel of the machine is dense, compact, quality. Like a super expensive industrial thing. Nothing frilly or brittle or wobbly or shaky. Just - hardcore. YET- friendly and sexy and enjoyable to touch. I HIGHLY suggest you give this amazing machine a try, even if (like me) you have to spend a bit longer watching youtube videos abut it whilst you save up for her.
I was searching for a serger to replace my used Singer one which was giving me so many problems. I couldn't wait to get this thing to make my purses and aprons. Boy was I pleasantly surprised. I knew the Juki name was a fantastic one: I have an industrial Juki DLL8700 and I can't say enough about that machine, but I digress. So I already had a very high opinion about the company's quality.
This machine was easy to thread, easy to adjust, lightweight, and easy to use. I use it for just about every purse, apron, bag, or anything else that I sew. It cuts like a dream, even through two layers of cork fabric without a problem and through three layers of jean material. I abuse this thing and it still works like a dream! I've had this machine for close to three years and I've only serviced it once by a professional to keep well oiled and cleaned out. Otherwise, I do it myself. It's THAT easy.
You will not regret getting this serger and I don't say this often about something I purchase. I highly recommend this machine.
A couple of cons - I've found that I have to turn the differential feed all the way up on knit fabrics or it really pulls the fabric & makes it wavy. I find this so strange. It should typically be at neutral. Secondly, how is there not a bin for scraps?!! I've tried fitting my brother tray in there, but it doesn't work very well. Still, it was a much needed upgrade and I love everything else about the machine.
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Que me compró. Perfecta para remallar y si ajustas todo al mínimo hace un bonito repulgo en las gasas.Materiales de primera. Muy buena calidad. si alguien necesita saber que hacer para repulgar deja mensaje aqui
La machine est robuste, bonne construction. Le seul bémol, il n'y a pas de bac pour les chutes de tissu, mais personnellement cela ne m'embête pas plus que ça.
Enfin, surjeteuse à recommander sans hésiter!