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Thread: Legacy Quilting Machines?

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    Super Member Candace's Avatar
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    Anyone know what the revolutionary machine is like and when it's coming out?

    http://www.legacyquilt.com/about-us/

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    I found this on the website.

    It will be initially offered in two different variants aimed at the commercial (cottage industry) and industrial markets. More variants may follow as unique industry needs are identified.

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    Super Member Candace's Avatar
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    Yes, I've read the website. It really doesn't give much detail...

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    If i had to guess, it could be a lightweight yet super sturdy carbon-fiber composite machine. You could cut the weight of a longarm sewing head by 50% or more.

    My next guess, make something like a Roomba (robotic vacuum cleaner, lol) but it is a sewing machine. The undercarriage would connect to the top by magnets.

    Third guess: take a special pen and draw lines. Machine magically sews over them and erasesmthe markings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000projects
    If i had to guess, it could be a lightweight yet super sturdy carbon-fiber composite machine. You could cut the weight of a longarm sewing head by 50% or more.

    My next guess, make something like a Roomba (robotic vacuum cleaner, lol) but it is a sewing machine. The undercarriage would connect to the top by magnets.

    Third guess: take a special pen and draw lines. Machine magically sews over them and erasesmthe markings.

    Oooooh. Now that sounds revolutionary!

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