Sewing at Revolution

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Mike
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Sewing at Revolution

Postby Mike » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 09:09 AM

Here's Joe Hadzicki working on a new Rev:

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And here's what you really want to see. The Bernina:
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Re: Sewing at Revolution

Postby Chris » Wed, Feb 21 2007, 05:03 PM

:shock: WOW!! That machine makes the finest quads in the world??!! I bet it sews smooth as silk! :mrgreen:

how old is that machine? Where's all the fancy buttons and knobs, where's the electronic touch screen.... :rotfl
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Re: Sewing at Revolution

Postby Mike » Thu, Feb 22 2007, 01:08 AM

it's about 30 years old. It's now Joe's machine for experimenting with new designs. The sewing of the kites we buy are contracted out to some folks in San Diego.

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Re: Sewing At Revolution

Postby Ian Rev Addict » Thu, Feb 22 2007, 06:20 PM

Hi Mike,

My wife and I run a Curtain (Drapes) and Soft furnishing business; we have two industrial flatbeds (straight stitch) similar to the one in the picture. We also have an industrial overlocker as well, to do the stitched zig-zag they use on the Revs you need a machine with that option, the ones shown in the pictures are made for sewing straight lines but very fast, my wife used to work in a factory and was paid per item on these.

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