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Juki HZL-LB5100 Computerized Sewing Machine
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1. The free arm is much too large to sew sleeves in easily.
2. It is very fussy about needles. When using a Dritz needle, it skipped stitches. The Organ needles that came with the machine work, so I'll need to continue using those.
3. The tension changes without reason. For the first two projects, a tension of 4 worked just fine. Partway through the third project, that tension suddenly pulled all the thread to the bobbin side and I had to increase the tension to 5 for an even stitch.
4. The screwdriver included with the machine is awkward to use and is necessary to remove the faceplate for cleaning because there is no space for anything else. The working area is very cramped.
5. The feed action adjuster is a soft plastic that can only be turned using a screwdriver—and the first time I needed to use it the screwdriver mauled the plastic.
6. The speed is unsteady. Instead of the foot pedal I've been using the speed slider to adjust speed and the machine arbitrarily slows down and speeds up instead of maintaining a steady stitch speed.
7. The light is not bright enough.
In short, it works, but I would not recommend it and am having to consider buying another machine to sew in sleeves.
main thing is you have to spend the time to tinker with the machine and learn how to use it.
he initially thought it was junk, but once he learned a few tricks he liked it. so it was mostly user error in beginning.
you need to have right settings for speed, right needle, and technique...
quality of this blows away the competition. we had a singer before, and this is much better;
plenty of features, patterns, and settings control.
if you really prefer to sew thick materials like jeans, then don't use this, get a standard cast iron one with table and foot control.