Consew 339RBL


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Consew 339RBL

Consew 339RBL

Consew 339RBL 25″ double needle walking foot upholstery sewing machine with 25″ work space under the arm. Compared to the standard 10″ of workspace on the standard Consew 339RB walking foot upholstery machine. The increased space will allow for longer and larger material to be passed under the arm and sewn. The large capacity “U” style bobbin holds more thread than the standard “G” style bobbin allowing you to sew longer seams and more work before having to change the bobbin.

FEATURES

  • Two needle mechanism readily makes two parallel lines of stitches
  • Compound feed, walking foot mechanism insures even feeding of material
  • Large hooks and bobbins assures longer operation between bobbin changes
  • 25″ Under arm workspace.
  • Centra-Lube semi-automatic lubrication system
  • Automatic hook lubrication
  • Oil fed take-up
  • Simple adjustment permits raising and lowering of the center foot which allows for sewing different thicknesses of material
  • Safety clutch protects the hooks from being damaged
  • Various needle gauges available

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Max stitch: 2.5 s.p.i. (10 mm)
  • Max speed: 3000 spm *
  • Clearance Under Foot: 9/16″ (14mm)
  • Needle Bar Stroke: 1-5/16″ (33 mm)
  • Bobbin Metal: 15041
  • Bobbin Pre-wound: U
  • Hook: 15040
  • Needle: 135×17
  • Needle Gauge: 1/4″ (6.4 mm) standard. 1/8″ to 1-1/2″ available
  • Work space: 25″ (635mm)
  • Stitch Type: 301
  • * Speed depends on thread, material and operation. Specifications subject to change without notice

    APPLICATIONS

    For heavy weight materials such as leather, canvas, synthetics, vinyl, laminated, etc. For stitching as auto, boat and furniture upholstery, tarpaulins, covers, sails, tents, camping trailer covers, awnings, umbrellas, bags, luggage, handbags, camping equipment, canvas shoes, slippers, orthopedic appliances, etc. Suitable for double needle seaming, binding, taping and piping operations