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Old 05-17-2020, 10:25 AM
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PatriceJ
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the Luminaire is a killer machine in all respects but one ...
it will not sew smoothly over lumpy seam intersections.

for sewing, nothing has been better than my janome machines with Accufeed.
their newest embroidery-capable machines produce cleaner embroidered text than brother/babylock, too.

that said ... the Luminaire has one thing none of the janome emb-cap machines has.
the built in scanner will make positioning your projects a breeze.
i use my Dream Machine2 for quilting. couldn't do that efficiently without the scanner.

whichever make or model you consider, make sure you can test it in person and that you can get service/repair services within a reasonable distance.
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