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My boss say they sucked and wouldn't us use the one we kept unless it's a last last resort.

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I've attempted contact three times in the last month and never had any response back.  I was asking about a Juki shape tacker they claim is in stock on the website.  I've tried email and voice.  Disappointing.

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They appear to be rebadged Jukis.  Pics linked from http://demasewingautomation.com/


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Concept, design, and engineering / Re: Production steps for backpack
« on: January 22, 2017, 02:33:29 PM »
Please post an introduction here-  http://gearmaker.org/index.php?board=2.0
I`m not manufacturer and have no brand at this time. May be in future. So nothing to introduce.

That would have been a good introduction.  Account banned.  First ban  :(

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Thanks for your review, I normally run a 50-55mm pulley on my servos to get low speed and more torque, great to hear that this motor doesn't need a change.
Enjoy, Scott

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Workspace, tools, machinery, and manufacturing / Re: Juki 1541S Oil Leak
« on: December 02, 2016, 08:37:41 PM »
This is what I used had to trim one to fit, but it stopped the leaks.


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Workspace, tools, machinery, and manufacturing / Re: Custom folder help!
« on: October 31, 2016, 05:38:39 PM »
I have an up-turn folder that I need to use a long slender screw driver on at the end of the hem, to keep it on track as it comes out of the folder.
Scott

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Workspace, tools, machinery, and manufacturing / Re: Custom folder help!
« on: October 31, 2016, 04:26:45 PM »
I ran into a similar problem silnylon and 1.9oz ripstop through my $20 basic folder. I mostly solved it by putting strips of tape in the mouth of the folder to make the opening narrower. The fabric has a  less room to move around, and I can easily remove it if I'm working with 1000d cordura. Silnylon is also a very slippery fabric, so I use lots of binder clips to help hold things in place right up until it goes into the binder attachment.

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