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Thread: Sewing Machines with Built in Walking Foot

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    Super Member Candace's Avatar
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    Bernina 820 and 830 have dual feed.

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    Anyone know if the Baby Lock Asante ESe2 has a duel feed??
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    My Brother 1500 has pin feed. I think it's the same as a built in walking foot. I can switch it off and on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogHouseMom View Post
    Yes, Janome 6600 and 7700 both have an integrated walking foot (called "accufeed").
    And it is WONDERFUL!!!
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    Most built in walking feet except are rather big and bulky. That's why I like the Pfaff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by san-sing View Post
    What is the model number is your Quantum? Aren't there several Quantum's? Have you had good service from your Singer? I have read good and bad about Singers lately.
    I have the Quantum L500 and it has a built in walking foot. I've had it about 3 years now without a lick of trouble.
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    The higher end Brother Innov-is NX-2000 has it.
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    Thanks for everyone's input. I am trying to decide. I love the Pfaff, but, they are out of my budget.(a new one)

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    Not that I personally know of but the new walking foot on the brother dreamweaver is better. its not built in but it has its own motor and is worth its weight in gold. It is the first of its kind. The only way I can describe it is its like a differential feed on a serger allowing you to adjust how fast it feeds the top as compared to the bottom. Saw it demonstrated today and far surpasses the built in walking foot in technology.

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    My past two machines have the PFAFF - IDT built in. Love it and it is not bulky. Maybe consider a used PFAFF. Mine is an older 2056. They are work horses.

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