2-Needle, 3/4-Thread Overlock Machine with Lay-in Type Thread Tension Slots
While cutting cloth, it is possible to sew two layers of fabric together and prevent the seam allowance from fraying.
Differential Feed is easily controlled and adjusted by a dial located on the exterior left hand side.
Materials that stretch easily such as knit fabrics can be finished beautifully using shirring stitch.
Materials that are likely to cause stitch gathering can be finished beautifully using stretching stitch.
throughout the machine make threading easy and efficient. No wrapping, just follow the color coded thread path.
can be created quickly and easily with built-in fingertip control. There is no need to change the throat plate or foot.
can be adjusted quickly for perfect seams and rolled edges.
by the knob located inside the machine within the range of 1 to 4mm.
|Dimensions||315(W) x 290(D) x 290(H)mm|
|Sewing speed||Max. 1,500spm|
|Frill 3-thread rolled hem with diff. feed||✓|
|4-Thread cover stitch||-|
|3-Thread cover stitch||-|
|Number of needles||1/2 Needles|
|Needle||SCHMETZ 130/705 H Nm 70,80,90|
|Number of threads||2/3/4 Threads|
|Differential feed ratio||0.7-2.0 Ratio|
|Lower looper threader||-|
|Presser foot pressure adjustment||Stepless adjustment|
|Automatic rolled hemming||✓|
|Retractable upper knife||✓|
|Adjusting cutting width||✓|
|Presser foot lift (1 step/2 steps)||5mm/7.5mm|
|Stitch width||Left needle： 5-7mm
Right needle： 3-5mm
Rolled hem： 1.8-2.2mm
|Operation support DVD||-|
|Accessories||Electronic foot control
Cleaning brush/Needle inserter
Needle set 130/705
Blind Stitch Presser Foot
Universal Blind Stitch Presser Foot
Elasticator Presser Foot
Cording Presser Foot
Beading Presser Foot
Curved Beading Presser Foot
Piping Presser Foot
Gathering Presser Foot
Uses 2 needles and 4 threads to securely sew together knitted fabrics.
This basic stitch of overlock machines prevents fabric from fraying.
Simply sew fabric edges with 2 threads to prevent fraying.
The fabric edge is rolled, then covered with thread.
The fabric edge is rolled, then sewn with very narrow overlocking.
Uses 3-thread rolled hemming and the differential feed on stretch fabrics to create richly designed articles.
Use this stitch as an accent on clothes, interior items and accessories.