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Thread: Pfaff Midarm Question

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    Super Member Watson's Avatar
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    Pfaff Midarm Question

    Is there a way on the Powerquilter 16.0 to set it so that you can adjust a speed on the computer and just put your foot down on the pedal and it will stay the same speed as you set it?

    Thanks! Watson

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    I have the Sweet 16 HQ but I think it is the same machine. Mine has a speed control on the screen - does exactly what you describe. Maybe there is Pfaff manual online that you can verify?
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    The challenge that I found with the S16 was to learn to put my foot all the way down,
    instead of gradually speeding up like we tend to do on a DSM.

    Can't answer re the Pfaff, but am pretty sure they would follow the S16 standards.

    FYI ... when I was shopping, I called HQ helpline and asked questions about the Babylock version.
    They had no problems helping to educate me, being that they built both machines.
    So you may want to give them a call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Watson View Post
    Is there a way on the Powerquilter 16.0 to set it so that you can adjust a speed on the computer and just put your foot down on the pedal and it will stay the same speed as you set it?

    Thanks! Watson
    You need a stitch regulator for that.

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