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Thread: Handiquilter StudioFrame casters??

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    Handiquilter StudioFrame casters??

    I'm afraid this question might be too specific, but just thought I'd give it a shot since everyone is so helpful. It's 1:33 am so no, I haven't called tech support at HQ yet! My question is this: I ordered the casters for my frame which is set at 12'. They sent 4. That means 2 on each end. What about the middle!? That seems like a long distance to not have support. Thanks in advance to anyone that owns this set up and can help me .... at 1:35 am!!
    ~Laura

    Wise words from my 7 year old niece: "Aunt Laura, you must think you can't have too much fabric like a pizza can't have too much cheese." Well said, Gracie!

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    I can't answer your question, but I'm sorry you're up at this time. So am I. I think I've slept all I'm gonna sleep for this night. I hope someone else is up and sees your call for help.
    One step at a time, always forward.

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    I don't own the set but you must have all the legs the same or you will get sag. That is why we have to level our frames from time to time. Two years of drought has made my building lean back and over. I have to adjust the frame for level almost all the time sigh

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    I think that's the table I have. I didn't put it on casters. However, it did sag and greatly affected the way the machine moved (it didn't move smoothly and the glitches showed in the quilting). My husband remedied that by putting a support (bought at Home Depot, think it was a joist holder or some similar name) in the middle of the table. My quilting got so much easier and smoother.
    Laurie in NYC

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