CAMPBELL Lock-Stitch Sewing Machine. Designed in the 1880′s, this machine revolutionized the industry and established the standard for other leather machines to follow.
It was the first needle and awl machine successfully produced, and now over 120 years later, the Campbell is still known as the best heavy leather stitcher built. This reputation has been grown through years of outstanding quality and dependable service. The Campbell is the workhorse of the largest manufactures and the smallest custom shops. The machine is known for its tight, uniform stitch on both the top and bottom of the material. It has been the choice of the world’s finest saddle, harness, and holster makers for over 100 years. UNION Lock-Stitch High Speed Leather Stitcher.
Consew 206 Rb-2 Or Adler 167-Gk373 For A First Machine? - Leather Sewing Machines - Leatherworker.net. Hi Patti, The Adler is a good machine, if in good condition the price is ok, you will have to swap out a few parts to make it sew leather well.
The Strapguy - Used Industrial Sewing Machines They just do not make machines like these any more.
These are the "Cadillacs" of sewing machines. All our machines are in 100% working condition. [Click on an image to see a larger one in a new window] Singer Model #72w12 "Hem-stitcher", Good Condition. Saddle and Harness Equipment Information. Sew Fine, LLC San Francisco Harness and Saddle Equipment Information Note: We do not sell sewing machines this is only my opinion on machine I have worked with for many years.
Harry The manufacture of harness and saddle equipment requires that you obtain the correct machine in order to create the desired stitching. Most sewing machine mechanics agree that when a machine is worn out, it’s worn out and no amount of tightening, adjusting, adapting, or shimming is going to fix it. Many of the dealers advertising on our site have digital pictures of most of sewing equipment listed above. Harry Shonteff Description of Heavy Needle Work Machines Landis #1 This machine is perhaps one of the oldest stitchers still in use today. Landis # 6 Like the Landis # 1, this machine has been in service for over a 100 years throughout the US, Canada, Australia, and England where it was originally manufactured. The Leather Artisans Guild of Califronia. Rebuilt Patch & Industrial Sewing Machines and Shoe Sewing Machines.
COBRA Class 4 Heavy Duty Leather Stitcher. Introducing the King Cobra Class 4-25 the newest member of the COBRA line of Leather Stitchers.
The King COBRA 4-25 features the new and innovative Electronic Positioning System (EPS). The EPS comes with the Needle Position Motor, Electronic Synchronizer, and the Power Handwheel. The EPS is a labor saving device that saves time, money and at the same time, gives consistent, precise stitching. The EPS, allows the needle to stop up, or down, 90 degrees corners, back tack, and remove your work without ever having to touch the handwheel.
Legendary Holster Maker, John Bianchi, and Master Craftsman, Matt Whitaker from Frontier Gun Leather say that there are many advantages, including: * Crucial element to professional products * A must for complex stitching patterns * Allows the machine to start and stop without showing a change in the stitch pattern * We highly recommend the EPS for all types of work.