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Messages - Toledo Mach. Sales

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General Discussion / Re: Enduro servo motor
April 22, 2014, 05:12:37 pm
Jeremy,
So how do you like the speed control?
They send an extra brake pad & brushes w/the motor,you might need them a few years from know.Do what I do,put them in a good spot & in a couple of years you'll be
tearing your shop apart looking for them.LOL,probably the best thing to do is put them ina bag & fasten on the motor somewhere.
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Try pulling some thread through the needlebar thread guide & see if it cuts it.
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General Discussion / Re: Enduro servo motor
April 12, 2014, 02:54:27 pm
We used to sell that motor & tried to modify it so it would start slow & never really felt it started slow enough & on the ones we had the slow start didn't work,it seems like if it was set on 0 or 9 it still started fast.
So since the factory wouldn't change we found another supplier of a different style of motor that have brushes & NOW have a very nice motor that starts slow & has alot of torque.
We've sold well over 200 & haven't had any come back yet,which was also a problem with the brushless type is the chip would burnout in them.
It has a real nice full range of speed as you push on the pedal & you just turn a knob on the front of it to control the top speed or use your foot.
Bob
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Well I'll put my $0.02 in here.When the thread gets wrapped ubderneath it is usually a tension related issue or you are not holding the needle thread to first 3 stitches.If the tension(needle thread) is too loose,or not threaded correctly and you should take the upper discs apart maybe once a week (since some of this marine type of thread leaves alot of fuzz between the discs & can hold them open) & clean them.
HTH
Bob
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The Business Of Upholstery / Re: Which last longer?
January 23, 2014, 11:31:28 am
I like the servos myself,they are quiet & easier to control than a clutchmotor.We used to sell the brushless servos but have since discovered the one w/brushes to be quieter & more reliable.98% of are sales have servos on them.
Also these motors only use electric while you are sewing so there's less power  used than the clutchmotor that's running all day.
Also have you ever put your hand on the end of a clutchmotor while it's running you feel alot of heat coming out (which is ok this time of year up here) but in the summer just makes your shop warmer.
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Hello Mike,
I'm glad it got there quick,you never know what happens w/UPS sometimes.
Thanks, Bob
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Elsa,
I'm real sorry you didn't get your order I will have to admit we made a mistake.
The parts came in while I was gone on vacation & the order some how just didn't get shipped.

Bob Kovar
Toledo Industrial Sewing Machine Sales
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General Discussion / Re: We had a head on accident!
December 13, 2013, 12:23:20 pm
Big John,
Sounds like somebody was watching over you,you'll be in our prayers.
Bob
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General Discussion / Re: Consew 226R Bobbin Threading
December 12, 2013, 04:41:26 pm
Yes,CCW is correct.
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General Discussion / Re: Sewing Machine Tractors
December 07, 2013, 05:03:10 pm
Hey Chris, these are close to your son,maybe he needs a hint??For Christmas?
brmax,there a RED one in there for you .
http://lansing.craigslist.org/grd/4191967080.html
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General Discussion / Re: Phoenix area deal on Juki 1541
December 06, 2013, 12:11:35 pm
Yes,that is a great deal,sounds like no more than what he's sewn it's like new.Somebodty will be getting a bargain.
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General Discussion / Re: Wicked dumb motor question
November 30, 2013, 12:48:25 pm
I can't offer a reason except that I've had that happen before with that style of motor so I think the starter windings are going bad causing this if you spin the motor the correct way it's supposed to run & turn the switch before it stops spinning it'll run the correct way.
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General Discussion / Re: Needle Positioning motor
October 08, 2013, 06:52:08 pm
Quote from: Therapy on October 08, 2013, 12:32:59 pm

  Hi Bob How much for a servo motor with a speed dial for my 563 juki
  thanks Mike From Livonia MI.


$110.00 + shpg approx $15-20.00
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General Discussion / Re: Needle Positioning motor
October 03, 2013, 10:46:45 am
Yes,you won't be able to mount the sensor on this machine with the type of knob on it,but a servo will still fit & work a lot better than a clutchmotor.
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General Discussion / Re: Needle Positioning motor
October 03, 2013, 12:39:02 am
Jeremy,
Can you give me the make & model?I really doubt if it will fit  because there's an adapter flange that  needs to mount on the end of the handwheel,it won't fit on your knob.
Bob