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Thread: Does anyone know what type of Long Arm this is?

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    Does anyone know what type of Long Arm this is?

    Does anyone know what type of Long Arm this is? I was looking at this machine online and was wondering if knew what type of machine it is? I can not make it out. Thanks for looking!!!
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    This is not a longarm. It looks to me like a DSM set up on a rack. It may have at most a 9" throat space.

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    I agree. Looks like a domestic machine on a short (5') frame. I would email the person who posted the picture for more specific info.
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    It may read Brother...it turns fuzzy upon mag. And I agree, its not a longarm
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    No idea, hope you get your answer.
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    It might be a Brother 1500S - that is a mid-arm machine (~9 inch throat) and it looks like it's on a New Joy Gold Standard Frame (they don't make this one anymore - some parts are no longer available, e.g. the extension to go up to a long-arm).

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    It looks like the machine has "Brother" on it; again, it reads fuzzy when magnified so I hope that's close. And I agree, it's not a longarm but rather a sewing machine on a frame...
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    I think it looks like my Pfaff grand Quilter, mine has a 10ft table by Insprira. But my table is all metal, no wood, I use it just for my quilts.
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    Does not look like a longarm machine.

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    This looks like my Pfaff Grand Quilter which has a 13" throat. A very good machine that does great work.

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