Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing Machine
- 277 Built In Stitches
- 4 Alphabet Fonts
- Straight Stitch Plate Built In
- Box Feed System
- Large 8" throat space
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The Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing Machine is the latest and greatest from Juki. One of the main features of the Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing Machine is quality. Included with the Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing Machine is the box feed system that stays in contact with your fabric longer for a consistent, reliable seam every time. The Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing Machine has a built in straight stitch plate, 8 inch throat space, 277 stitches, 4 Alphabets fonts built in and more.
Top Customer Reviews
The presser foot that raises slightly when stopping with the needle down makes turning the fabric a breeze. You don't have to use one had to raise the lever so you can keep both hands on the project. The multi-function foot control is my favorite feature! I have it set to cut the thread when I push on the rear of it. This saves so much time when doing lots of sewing. I have a shop on Etsy and have been busy making cotton drawstring project bags. My new Juki has saved me lots of time and made sewing even more fun. I highly recommend this machine.
The automatic threader works well and consistently. Follow what the manual tells you to do: Line up the hand wheel on the side with the notch on the machine and pull the lever slowly-don't be in a rush and don't force it. If you do that, it will thread the needle very easily. The other places where thread can be cut-on the bobbin winder, on the bobbin case and on the side of the machine for the auto threader, all work very very easily.
The only "con" is the bobbin. The automatic bobbin winder works well, but it clicks "off" with the bobbin only about 2/3 full. Bummer. When doing lots of sewing, that means stopping to refill a bobbin. Even though the bobbin can be wound with its own separate motor, I have to stop sewing to do that.
I've tried many,MANY! machine models in search of the perfect machine and JUKI is it..I've tried Bernina,Pfaff,Babylock,Janome,Viking to name a few.The JUKI company takes PRIDE in their products.I've also had the JUKI sergers & currently have the JUKI serger MO 1000...LOVE it!
JUKI has GREAT customer service and has replaced parts for me on sergers at NO charge!.Not saying they'll do this all the time? but in my situation they have.
I love how this machine has a quick speed of 1050! the previous model went 900 stitches per minute..the machine is not industrial but has a BOX Feed system that is Industrial.it will go over thick seams like Butter...but of course you still should always hand walk machines over thick seams.unless they are truly an industrial with a large "SERVO motor" attached to the underside of the table.
I LOVE all the features!the new features include an integrated straight stitch needle plate,Presser foot pivot function and the faster speed..oh yeah did I mention the new Decorative stitches?...which include a sewing machine,thread spools and other fancy foo foo's! I LOVE them all!
I couldn't be happier! this machine should not have any negative reviews..at all...I'm a seamstress and I use it in my Business..I had the JUKI HZL F-600 for 4 years and had NO issues with it...I did service it myself to keep it clean and dust free...but I NEVER had to take it in for any malfunctions or broken parts
I am finding that lots of the snap on feet work that I have from other machines - and not just that they will attach, but the machine will sew with them. That is a consideration with some brands where the machine is so smart it knows if you are using a generic foot. Honestly I don't think I will ever outgrow this machine.
Juki should do more marketing of this machine so it is better known - it really is a gem.