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Thread: Does anyone own a Juki 2010Qi? I am thinking of moving up to it ....

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    Super Member carslo's Avatar
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    Does anyone own a Juki 2010Qi? I am thinking of moving up to it ....

    I presently have a Viking Sapphire 830 that I like but am intersted in faster machine. I do all my own FMQ up to and including 120" by 120" and would like to be able to finish them more quickly. There is an 18 month no interest plan on these machines and I just wanted to get some feed back from others that have this type of machine before taking the plunge.
    Thanks in advance.
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    I am always interested in this topic.

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    HI - I have this machine. It is wonderful for FMQ. Its also great for piecing, as it has a perfect, straight stitch. I used this machine first on a table, then put it on a frame for quilting. I loved the machine but wanted more throat space so I got a Nolting Funquilter but kept the Juki 2010Q as a back up and to use for piecing. This machine is a real workhouse, no bells and whistles, but is a good, solid machine that will last years and years. Just my opinion...

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    A friend and I just ordered one of these from a dealer who gave us the best price I've found. Excellent service. Unfortunately mine is still sitting in the box on my living room floor. I'm just getting over the flu and haven't had the energy yet to take it out of the box and check it out. Hoping to do that today, very excited to see what I can do with it. I've heard nothing but great reviews on this machine.

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    I have one for piecing and binding I love it, I don't FMQ on it as I have a Nolting Fun Quilter.

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    I just bought this machine... started using it on Monday and LOVE it! I don't know how to FMQ yet but I've quilted two Project Linus quilts using the walking foot this week and am going to start playing around with FMQ next week.

    The thread cutter is amazing, I love being able to adjust the pressure foot pressure (it just cruises through all layers when sewing down binding) and it is FAST. I did about 35 string blocks the 1st 2 days just to get used to the knee lift & thread cutting using the heel of the foot pedal. I had the speed on "rabbit" setting and it flew!

    I am happy to answer any questions.

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