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    Old 06-12-2015, 03:25 AM
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    Default Another large priority box of "neat stuff" . . .

    OR - I did it again . . .

    funny part - I never actually looked at all the pictures, so didn't realize I was getting most of the Industrial table stuff - I did see the knee lift, but not the rest.

    Sad part - the box showed up with a hole in one corner, and at least five items slipped out. Luckily the ONE item I was really after wasn't one that went missing.

    So here it is -



    an interesting assortment - what had caught my eye was the collection of Back clamp feet



    and this one in particular





    It's a back clamp Dooley foot with slide. I've got several of these for different machines so this one is a nice addition.
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    Old 06-12-2015, 03:27 AM
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    And yes, that is a Bernina 830 Record in the background.



    I'll tell about that one in another post . . .
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    Old 06-12-2015, 06:03 AM
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    Way cool. Neat attachment. Now you will have to show all the fancy things it can do. I have been wanting to play with some of these old attachments. I'm thinking it is similar to the Singer "slant-o-matic" attachment. I don't have one, but have read about it. I also recently came across a pdf for the Dooley when searching for tips on using the hemstitcher and fagoter.
    It looks like the ruffler might be the five-stitch one similar to the ones that came with Puzzle boxes. Does it have the little wheel to adjust the ruffles?

    Janey - Neat people never make the exciting discoveries I do.
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    Old 06-12-2015, 07:34 AM
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    The top clamp ruffler is the "next generation" from the style that came in puzzle box style #11. The 66 came out after Singer discontinued using the puzzle box. I've got back clamp rufflers in three or four styles- as Singer kept tweeking the design.
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    Old 06-12-2015, 08:14 AM
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    Nice haul!

    Is the industrial clutch an old Atlas, J&K, or some other brand? I’m thinking about using that type of clutch for machine control when I try to rig up my bicycle-powered sewing rig. I had an Atlas that really surprised me on how easy I could “feather” the clutch for slow speed sewing.

    I have a Bernina 830 parts machine. The cam gear is broken.

    CD in Oklahoma
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    Iíve got a couple of the different styles of rufflers.

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    Originally Posted by ThayerRags
    Iíve got a couple of the different styles of rufflers.

    CD in Oklahoma
    I don't think I've ever seen the style on the left before. Do you know who made it?
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    Old 06-12-2015, 10:37 AM
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    The industrial stuff is marked J&K.

    Here are some of my back clamp rufflers - all Simanco (Singer).



    The middle one of these three has the shirr plate removed.

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    Originally Posted by Freaky_Quilts_Dragon
    I don't think I've ever seen the style on the left before. Do you know who made it?
    Itís a Singer.

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    Originally Posted by Macybaby
    The industrial stuff is marked J&K.

    Here are some of my back clamp rufflers - all Simanco (Singer).
    Thanks for the J&K info...

    Hereís a view of my rufflers to compare with yours. I think you have both of these.

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