Janome MC-6300P Professional Heavy-Duty Computerized Quilting Sewing Machine w/Extension Table, Walking Foot, Darning Foot and More!
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- 66 Built In Stitches
- Large Sewing Bed and Throat for Larger Quilts
- Sews 1000 stitches per minute
- 9" x 5" Sewing Bed Space
- Automatic thread cutter, with memory capability
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MC6300P Features: -66 Stitches. -LCD screen. -Jam-proof, magnetic, top-loading full-rotary hook system. -Independent motor for bobbin winding. -Adjustable stitch width from 0-7mm and adjustable stitch length from 0-5mm. -Auto-lock, needle up/down quick command keys. Product Type: -Combination machine/Electronic sewing machine. Light Included: -Yes. Free Arm: -Yes. Needle Threading System: -Automatic. Reverse Stitching: -Yes. Automatic Bobbin Winding: -Yes. Computerized: -Yes. Thread Tension Adjustment: -Yes. Thread Tension Adjustment Type: -Manual. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -18". Overall Width - Side to Side: -26". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -13".
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I researched several machines and my decision came down to this model or the Janome 6500/6600. I didn't need the additional types of stitches, so I chose the 6300. The machine is heavy but setup was a breeze. The manual is very easy to read. I love the top-loading bobbin case. Basically, you just drop the case in and you're ready to sew. I started sewing the day it arrived and I loved the difference I felt. I use the thread cutter and needle down position quite a bit. Oddly, I haven't touched the knee-lifter. I was so enamoured with the other features, that I haven't used it yet. I've used four of the many feet that were included. There are two others that I can see myself using. The extra 3 inches I have in throat space has made a huge difference. I don't have to fight with my pieces as much as I had to before when I quilted. Most importantly, I can now attempt any design of my choosing as I free-motion quilt with this machine. The machine is very sturdy. I've used it almost every day since I purchased it and I haven't had any problems.
There are no negatives with this machine, but if there was something that I wish I could have instead of this, I think I would need to look into buying a mid-arm or long-arm machine. But for everyday quitling and even for sewing fabrics that aren't quilts, I have no remorse about my purchase. I'll be honest and say that I was not expecting to spend this much on a machine when I started looking for a replacement machine. I was hesitant to hit the "Buy" button when I settled on the Janome 6300p, but now that I've had it for four months, I'm glad I did. The machine was well worth what I paid.
I forgot to add that if you want to use this machine for Free Motion quilting, you have to use a bobbin holder made for this purpose. This particular bobbin holder was not included with the machine I ordered. The case is called a "blue dot" bobbin case (part number 200445007). There is actually a blue dot on the top of the case. The tension in the blue dot bobbin case is set for Free Motion Quilting. If you use the case that comes with the machine, you will have problems with tension (thread breaking, nesting, etc.)
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Janome MC-6300P Professional Heavy-Duty Computerized Quilting Sewing Machine w/ Extension Table, Walking Foot, Darning Foot and More!
I have been sewing for over 35 years and had a number of machines during that time. I am a clothing designer with a small studio and do much of my sewing myself. I have been looking for an exceptional quality, heavy duty, professional sewing machine since my vintage Viking/Husqvarna died 5 years ago. In my research, I have ‘tested’ at least 4 to 5 machines (Elna, Viking/Husqvarna, Brother…) and finally came upon the Janome MC-6300P Professional
I was very pleasantly surprised by this machine. This machine was designed for professionals and does not have endless embroidery or decorative stitches. The stitch quality is exceptional and for what I do, stitch speed is very important. This machine has sewing speeds of 1,000 stitches per minute. It is heavy, sturdy and unlike so many new machines I tested, not made of plastic, but of metal. It also has a 9" x 5" throat space for working with large projects, an optional knee lifter for lifting the presser foot and a time saving, built-in thread cutter.
There are a generous amount of included accessories, most of which I’ve not tried yet. This machine comes with an enormous extension table for large projects. It does not have a free arm, but I’ve learned that for my work, I don’t really need that option.
This machine makes buttonholes easier than any other machine I tested and they are exceptional quality. The automatic needle threader is the easiest I’ve tested. It has a low bobbin thread indicator and programmable memory recall.
Winding the bobbin is fully automatic and and actually uses a separate motor, so you don’t need to un-thread the machine in order to wind a new bobbin.
There are many other features that I’ve not explored yet. Overall I think this is one of the finest machines on the market.
The Janome comes with a 25 year Warranty.
Janome MC-6300P Professional
Maximum sewing speed: 1,000spm; 700spm zig zag
Speed Control Slider
Arm and bed space: 9'' x 5''
Visible pressure gauge
Jam-proof, magnetic, top-loading full-rotary hook system
Independent motor for bobbin winding
Automatic thread cutter with memory capability
Front access feed dog up/down
Adjustable stitch width from 0-7mm
Adjustable stitch length from 0-5mm
Individual stitch editing including elongation
Auto-lock, needle up/down quick command keys
Vertical thread delivery system with built-in thread guide bar
Built-in needle threader
Extra-high presser foot lift
Twin needle guard
10 standard feet
Large extension table
Electronic foot control
That led to quilting. In the last year I’ve made over a dozen quilts – the largest of which is an oversized king (120” square). I was able to FMQ this piece which says a lot for the large throat area on the machine. It may be cumbersome and a bit awkward – but can be done. The knee-lift has been a real time saver. The only accessory I would recommend is the straight needle plate. Great for avoiding those fabric snags.
This machine is not loaded with a bunch of embroidery stitches so if that’s what you do or plan to do, rethink buying this. It certainly has enough for me. I use the blanket or satin stitches for applique work so I’m happy. All in all – a tremendous machine which I plan on enjoying for years to come.