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Thread: Opinions wanted for PC Quilter

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    Opinions wanted for PC Quilter

    I have a Bailey 17" on a Proflex frame and am considering buying a pc quilter. Does anyone use this and is it worth my $$ to buy? I would love the qBot but I believe it doesn't work with Bailey.

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    I sadly have had a PC Quilter for 5 years and never set it up. It also includes a Baby Lock Pro Quilter. Wish I could help you more.

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    I loved using my PCQ but have not used it recently. Since the PC Quilter sits on its own platform that sits on your frame carriage, you'd better contact PC Quilter to make sure that is compatible with your carriage. I had to order a 'puck' from Mike's Machine Shop http://mikesmachineshop.com/ [about $50] for it to work with my Juki TL98Q. You might try contacting Mike to see if he makes or can make a puck for the Bailey. Feel free to ask me other questions.
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    I use my PC-Quilter with a Voyager 17 on a ProFlex frame. Hubby had to make rails for it to run on as it was originally purchased for a B-Line frame. Contact [email protected] to see if they make a wheel adapter kit for the ProFlex frame. Hubby just made rails that he clamped onto the pantograph bars and added spacers for the wheels to make it fit on mine but there may be a proper kit. I know some people were just putting their PC Quilter on top of the ProFlex carriage and raising the roller arms all the way up but I didn't like that method and whined until hubby came up with the rails. I still whine occasionally to get wheels like are on the ProFlex carriage and modify the PC Quilter again but it does work very well the way he has it set up now so my whining falls on deaf ears at this point--LOL!

    What questions do you have specifically?
    Last edited by BKrenning; 07-22-2012 at 08:33 PM.
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