81300A Zwei Nadel, Vier Faden Sicherheitsnaht Maschine für Behälterbeutel

Hightex 81300A Zwei Nadel, Vier Faden Sicherheitsnaht Maschine für Behälterbeutel mit Dichtungskordelführungen

Schwere Zweinadel-Vierfaden-Sicherheitsnahtmaschine mit hohem Nadelhub. Mit Ober- und Untertransport zum verschiebungsfreien Zusammennähen von schweren Containerbeutel/Containersäcken/FIBC. 

Die Hightex 81300A1H ist mit eingebautem pneumatischen Fadenkettelabschneider, Nähfuß und Obertransportlüftung. Ein pneumatischer Presser-Fuß-Druck ist auch enthalten. Führungen für Polypropylen-Dichtungskordel von oben und / oder zum Abdichten der Nadeleinstiche der linken Nadel. Anwendungsbereich: für Seitennähte auf sehr schwere Behälter-Taschen.

81300 Schwere Zweinadel Hochhub Sicherheitsnaht Sacknähmaschine

Hightex 81300 Zwei-Nadel, Vier-Faden Sicherheitsnaht-Maschine mit Ober- und Untertransport für Behälterbeutel (Containersäcken)

Die Maschine ist ausgestattet mit Untertransport und alternierendem Obertransport. Verarbeitet Polypropylen Nähgarn und näht schwere Taschen, Stoffe, Jutebeutel, Sackleinen oder gewebten Polypropylen mit einem 10 mm breiten Überwendlichstich auf der Stoffkante und in einem Abstand von 5 mm (13 Gauge), einen zusätzliche Doppelkettenstichnaht.

80700C1H Schwere Zweinadel Doppelkettenstich Sacknähmaschine

Hightex #80700C1H Schwere Zweinadel Doppelkettenstich Sacknähmaschine

Diese Sacknähmaschine arbeitet mit zwei unabhängigen Nadeln, (laufende Doppel-Kettenstichnaht). Diese Maschine ist darauf abgestimmt zum verschliessen von großen Taschen (Big Bags) Container-Taschen und deren Befestigungsbändern. Die Bauweise und Ausführung, Design eignet sich besonders zur Einbindung in Befüllungsanlagen und in der Produktion. Die Maschine kann auch als Ein-Nadel-Maschine durch weglassen einer Nadel betrieben werden.

80700CD1H Big Bag Sacknähmaschine (Containerbeutel Industrienähmaschine)

Hightex 80700CD1H Big Bag Sacknähmaschine (Containerbeutel Industrienähmaschine)

Schwere Einnadel-Doppelkettenstich-Sacknähmaschine (FIBC), Ober- und Untertransport, zum Nähen von Containersäcken, mitlaufendes Messer

Schwere Einnadel-Doppelkettenstich-Nähmaschine mit Ober- und Untertransport zum Nähen von Geotextilien. Antrieb für Obertransport im Gehäuse, dadurch maximaler Armdurchgang. Führungen für Dichtungskordel von oben und/oder unten zum Abdichten der Nadeleinstiche. Mit mechanisch angetriebenem, eingebauten Fadenkettenabschneider.


CowBoy industrial leather sewing machine Australia

CowBoy industrial leather sewing machine Australia

Steve's Industrial Leather Sewing Machines is the authorized dealer of full linkage CowBoy leather sewing machine, as well as Hightex series heavy duty automatic pattern sewing machines and bar tacking machine.

Cowboy Heavy Duty Industrial Sewing Machines are Australia's largest leather sewing machine supplier. Offering machines to saddlers, upholsterers, trimmers, collectors, sail making, equestrian, museums and backyard enthusiasts. We locate in Gooburrum, Queensland , and deliver machines throughout the Australia, included Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Victoria and others.

For more info Call Steve on +61 419 393 750

Main inventory of Cowboy leather sewing machines in Australia:

Cowboy CB3200 medium heavy leather sewing machine: this machine has compound feed, ie walking foot and needle feed plus reverse and is popular with saddlers and leather workers. In particular used for belts, bridles and saddle skirts. It will sew heavy leather to 15mm thickness. 

Cowboy CB 4500 Saddlery and Harness Sewing Machine: Australia's favourite biggest selling saddlery and leather work sewing machine. Get what the professionals have !!1 year parts and labour warranty. This leather sewing machine comes on the new heavy pedestal table, this is the legendary Cowboy machine that the saddlers and leather workers use. This leather stitching machine is ready to go with everything needed to start work, there are left and right toe fee, double toe foot, roller guide, stirrup plate, holster plate, speed reducer and 750 watt powerful servo motors.

Cowboy CB7205BV heavy leather and upholstery sewing machine: very heavy walking foot cylinder arm sewing machine with reverse. This heavy machine is priced for the budget minded, its ability to sew up to 18mm of leather puts it into the saddlery bracket of heavy machines, but much cheaper than the CB4500.

Cowboy CB 105 leather industrial sewing machine: Cowboy CB105 similar to the Singer 45k25 Leather, Harness, Horse Rug Sewing Machine with Reverse. Famous unbeatable Cowboy brand, 12 months warranty, comes with blanket foot, double toe leather foot, roller foot and edge roller guide. Used by leather workers for belts, bags, canvas, chap, canvas, webbing, horse rugs etc.

Cowboy CB7132UL-16 upholsterer and canvas workers sewing machine: Mighty Cowboy long flat bed heavy upholstery and canvas workers sewing machine. Has a brilliant walking foot and reverse. Warranty parts and labor 1 year. Will sew to 12mm thickness. Comes on heavy industrial table with 750 watts servo motor, standard double toe feet, binding set, piping feet and roller guide.

How to sew thick thread decorative seams (topstitching) and ornamental stitches on upholstery leather

How to sew thick thread decorative seams (topstitching) and ornamental stitches on upholstery leather
In high end sofas & furniture manufacture and automotive upholstery industry, thick thread decorative seams play an extremely important role in the appearance and performance of the finished product.
Whether single- or twin-needle topstitching, piping or felled seams – Hightex machines can always be relied on for precise and neat decorative seams and ornamental seams thus improving the quality features of the upholstered furniture.
There are 3 creative ways to make decorative seams (topstitching) and ornamental stitches on your leather sofas & armchairs, recliner chairs, leather car seat covers and other leather furniture.

1, Single needle topstitching with thick decorative threads to produce decorative seams

Decorative topstitching is a great way to add emphasis to a part of your leather sofas & armchairs and gives it a quality finish. Hightex 205-370BF is sophisticated upholstery sewing machine has been improved by the leading leather sofas and furniture manufacturers (La-Z-Boy, Ethan Allen and Natuzzi). New technologies of this machine are optimal conditions for making furniture and automobile upholstery, luxury leather goods and other technical textile articles.

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2, Double needle topstitching with thick decorative threads to produce decorative seams

Thick thread decorative stitching seams with 2 needles are widely used in upholstery, car interiors, furniture and leather goods. Hightex 204-370-DP post bed leather sewing machine has been developed taking into account the requirements of the car seat manufacturers, armchairs and sofas. Its design with several new technologies, perfectly adapted to the sewing averages qualified materials, heavy and very heavy.

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3, Single and twin needle thick thread ornamental seams

The furniture and automotive upholstery industry faces constantly changing fashion trends. Hightex 204-102MD twin needle decorative stitching machine making your ideas a reality. The special roller presser foot can easily sewing corners of leather sofas & armchair, recliner chairs, leather car seat covers. 7 different cams for up to 14 different decorative stitches, including T-stitch, Box-stitch etc.

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7700P Double needle walking foot ornamental stitching sewing machine is the computerized version of Hightex 204-102MD. New technology of this machine are optimal conditions for ornamental stitching sofas, armchair, shoes, leather bags and automobile upholstery: The walking foot mechanism facilitates sewing over thick spots and cross seams (overlapped seams); With 200 different stitch patterns; Easy to change patterns by touch screen.

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Hand operated clicker press for saddlery and Leather work

8360 Hand operated clicker press for saddlery and Leather work

CowBoy 8360 Hand operated clicker with swing arm, cutting surface 300 x 215 mm, swing arm width 205 mm.
The surprising power, strength, and portability of this industrial quality die cutting machine set it apart from all other clickers in its class. The CB-8360 hand operated press die cutter with swing-arm cutting head can perform many types of die cutting with steel rule dies and clicker dies.

 This bench top clicker has been used for leather, embroidery, badge cutting, card stock, magnetic cards, coasters, small plastic shapes, straps and belt ends, clothing, rubber, key fobs, cork, plastic, felt and many other materials. Ruggedly built with a cam actuated mechanical advantage This die cutting press requires little effort making operation very easy. The swing arm operation provides the operator with a clear view of the work table (cutting board) making location on printed products a snap. Rotating head gives clear view and easy access.   The 8360 functions much in the same manner as larger swing head machines in that there is no need to pull the leather out of the machine.   Simply swing the cutting head out of the way and re-position the die over the work for the next cut.  The 8360 also functions as an excellent embossing machine and can emboss many different types of leather with many varied patterns.   The machine also works well with makers stamps and cheater dies for tooling and leather carving.

Every leatherworker arrives at  a point where they need a clicker, but can't afford the cost. The CB-8360 provides industrial clicker-type performance at a extremely low price.
Punching power: manually apply - theoretically up to several tons
Overall dimensions: 305 x 356 x 380 mm (without lever)
Lever length: 812 mm
Punching head rotation: 360 °
Punching size: 300 x 225 mm (width x depth)
Measurement: 200 x 215 mm (width x depth)
Max. Material thickness 10 mm (depending on material)

Weight: 45 kg
very solid steel construction
easy handling
suitable for many common materials
purely manual machine - no energy costs
Simple knife adjustment
Pushing against a plastic dance pad
Using inexpensive punching tools possible
Tool heights 23-40 mm available

Hand operated leather clicker - an alternative for die cutting of small leather goods

We have 2016 now received a manual version of die cut press for soft materials in our product range, we have been very often approached by customers if they do not exist smaller machines as a swing arm. By CB-8360 we want to offer this alternative Function of manual die cutting press clicker. The operating principle is identical to a swing arm. The portable punch head is hung on a cylinder on the back of the machine. The force is applied, however, not hydraulic, but manually using the hand lever. The punching head is tilted slightly, also as a swing arm.

Can be used in many applications

Ultimately, this manual die cutting press machine is widely used worldwide for smaller leather cutting and stamping- photo or laboratory work. However, other soft materials such as abrasives, carpets, electronic components, foams, footwear, rubber, leather products, electronic components, packaging, paper, foil, textiles, automotive accessories such as sound insulation components, cork, fabric, sponges, seals, laminates, medical products, foamed packaging, plastic cards, labels, and more to be punched.

8360 Manual clicker press: How should operate the machine

The manual clicker press has a solid weight of approximately 45 kg. The machine should be mounted on an approximately 70-75 cm high table, to ensure the best leverage in an ergonomic work can. Since powers always trigger counter-forces, this 70-75 cm substructure must be suitable not only for the weight, but also additional punching forces. The machine must be bolted to the substructure and thus secured against displacement.

Tool height adjustment

The different tool heights are compensated by different degrees cutting boards. There is a hand wheel with the clear opening height and fine adjustment is set to the printing cylinder.


On the back of the machine there is a major oil point. Here goes a weekly drop of oil from everyday use.

Punching tests before ordering

We want you to be satisfied with the desired machine! Therefore we like to show off your order punching experiments with your punch and your material so that we can be sure that the machine is suitable. In unsuccessful attempts we will of course also notify.
We like to test our machine with your materials and tasks before buying, so you have a 100% certainty that the machine is suitable for you.


FAQ leather sewing machine

FAQ leather sewing machine
Why Is a Leather Sewing Machine Needed?

The one real problem that there is with leather crafting is that you can’t make any mistakes. All it takes is one stitch in the wrong spot and you’ve got a worthless material sitting in front of you. That’s because when you make a stitch in leather, you’re creating a permanent hole in the product! You can’t even use pins when plotting out your project because of this fact.

Leather also tends to stick to the presser foot or the throat plate of most standard sewing machines. Although you can sometimes get away with putting a piece of scotch tape over the bottom of the foot, most machines aren’t going to accept the thickness of the material. The leather will either stick underneath the foot or you’ll just get a stuck needle that has created a problematic permanent hole.

The best leather sewing machines are also going to provide you with a longer stitch length option. The longer stitches are better for leather because it will provide a stronger, more secure seam.

I have leather workshop for hand made leather belts, leather bags, phone cases, leather gun holster and leather accessories. I stitch leather by hand, and I am looking for a proper leather sewing machine. What would you recommend to me, CB3200, CB3500 or CB4500?

The CB4500 is good all around machine for sewing the heaviest of leather projects. The machine will sew 3/4 inch thick heavy leather with ease. The long arm length of the CB4500 makes it the preferred choice by professionals because the long arm adds to the capability of the machine.

The CB3500 is the shorter arm version of the CB4500. The machines are the same except for the shorter arm length. The CB3500 is an ideal machine for those that will only sew smaller leather goods such as knife sheaths and gun holsters.

The CB3200 is an ideal machine for the hobbyist or the person who requires a heavy duty compound feed machine on a budget. The CB3200 is the lowest cost heavy duty compound feed saddle and Harness stitcher in the market today. It has a maximum sewable thickness of 1/2-5/8 thick depending on the type of leather being sewn. The 10.5 inch arm length of the machine makes it ideal for most small and large leather projects.

With the CB4500 if the stitch length gets shorter when going from thin material to thick material, what's the reason of this problem?

Yes, with all compound feed machines when you go from a thin piece of material to thicker layers of material the machine will make a smaller stitch.

The reason for this is simple. The needle bar moves up and but also swings front to back like a pendulum. If you can imagine the swinging motion of a pendulum you will see that the higher up the pendulum you go the shorter the distance of motion for the line.

The same holds true for the compound feed sewing machine. Thicker layers of leather go higher up the needle, and the distance of swing higher up the needle is less than the distance of swing further down on the needle.

So thicker layers of leather will make a smaller stitch.

There is no fix for this problem other than adjusting the stitch lever down to create a bigger stitch when sewing on the heavier leather.

Which CowBoy leather stitching machine can obtain perfect sewing quality that same to hand sewn, the top stitch and bottom sttich look same?

It is impossible for the top stitch to be the same as the bottom stitch on a any sewing machine except for a needle and awl machine when sewing leather. The reason for this is because when the needle leave the back of the material, there will be an exit wound that is made in the leather, much as if you shot a person with a gun or shot a board with a gun. The stitch will look a little different on the back side. One of the things that you can do to somewhat eliminate this problem is to cut a sticth groove on the backside of the leather as well as the front side of the leather. This will allow the stitch to sink down below the leather a little bit better.

The needle and awl sewing machines such as the Union Lockstitch and Campbell Randall machines deliver a hand sewn look because the awl punches the hole first then the needle shoves thread into hole.

However, most people don't use these machines now because they are only made to sew leather. They cannot sew anything else.

I am missing stitches when sewing leather with my CowBoy CB4500, what should I do?

If you are missing stitches (skipping stitches), please check to make sure that you have the correct needle size for the size thread which you are using.

If you have found that your needle size and thread are correct, try turning your needle to the left or to the right a couple of degrees.

If you are still missing stitches, you should adjust the timing of machine (you can find detained instruction in the CB4500 manual).

Why the needle hole makes look so sloppy on the bottom side of vegetable leather?

For exit of needle, if they switch over to a diamond point needle it may help some. The diamond point needle allows for cleaner stitch on bottom. Schmetz S point needles good for softer leathers, but diamond point works better for hard or dry leathers.

Organ makes them in Diamond point that cause the stitches to sink into the holes on the front and back, reducing the apparent stitch length (to the eye).

I am the owner of DIY leather workshop, and looking for a good leather sewing machine for expanding my business. Your leather stitching machine can work with waxed thread?

Waxed thread is a poor choice for staight needle leather sewing machine like CB4500 and CB3200. It is not strong enough to survive sewing in a straight needle sewing machine.
It works well in needle and awl machine where awl punches hole first, then needle stuffs thread down hole.
But it does not work well in straight needle sewing machines.
They have polyester and nylon threads that look similar to waxed thread. It is an off white color. It is best if you uses that.

I mainly use vegetable tanned leather which will be marked by the grip on a regular plate and feed dog. Which leather stitcher can resolve it?

Both CB3200, CB3500 and CB4500 leather sewing machines come with Non-teeth feed dog, smooth throat plate and Smooth bottom leather sewing feet. These parts can avoid marks when sewing leather goods and upholstery.

How to import specialized industrial sewing machines from China

How to import specialized industrial sewing machines from China

B2C (B To C, Business to consumer) is becoming a trend in heavy duty sewing industry. More and more manufacturers of lifting slings, ratchet straps, safety ropes, military parachutes, leather sofas and armchairs, boat sails) imported heavy duty automatic pattern sewing machines and other specialized industrial sewing equipment from us directly, for starting their own productions.

Why import special industrial sewing machines from China directly.

1. Because machines of this type are so highly specialized, you will find in your research that there are virtually no local sewing machine dealers selling such sewing equipment;

2. Very few sewing machine dealers and distributors know well heavy duty industrial sewing equipment, so they cannot provide service properly;

3. Due to the very little demand for heavy weight industrial sewing machine, no sewing machine dealers have such equipment in stock, they have to import from China, after receive order from customer. The resale price will be very high;

4. Local sewing machine dealers cannot provide custom made sewing equipment, but customized sewing solutions is the most suitable product for the highest possible productivity and quality.

How to choose suppliers for your business

Suitable suppliers provide the most suitable at the best prices and the most convenient time for the specific needs of your company delivers goods and services.

Finding suppliers

Use the is a good way to locate suppliers, such as manufacturers or wholesalers. Key factors for selecting suppliers are listed below. Once you have a potential suppliers list, you have to ask for written quotes and, where appropriate, a sample of the products you need. You can compare your service provider to see which is best for your company.


If your company is beginning, a key consideration when choosing suppliers is affordability. If you are focused on managing their finances, suppliers with competitive prices are an attractive option.

However, cheap does not always represent the best value for your money. If the quality of the product or service provider is bad, you could incur extra costs for returns or replacements, and the risk of damaging the reputation of your company.


Reliability should be another key consideration when choosing suppliers. Reliable suppliers deliver products or services right on time, according to the descriptions given.

Large suppliers are usually a reliable source because they have sufficient resources and systems in order to ensure making deliveries but something goes wrong. However, you can develop a closer relationship with small suppliers, especially if it is their main customer. In this case, your provider may respond better to different orders, such as rush orders or store merchandise.


Look experienced providers who have been in business for a long time. Stability is important, especially if you are signing a long-term contract with a supplier or are the sole supplier of a particular item you need for your business.

Take the necessary measures. Check your credit history provider to see if they are financially stable. Worth finding out that companies have used the services of a particular provider and ask for a referral.


Think about location when choosing suppliers. Dealing with suppliers who are a long distance can mean longer delivery times and freight costs. If you need something quickly, a local provider might be a better option. But be sure to research policies freight from distant suppliers. Bulk orders, for example, could get free shipping or you might be able to combine different orders to reduce costs.

Short Guide on how to prepare your order.

1. Make clear your sewing requirement to your supplier, by email, picture even video clip, make sure that they have completely understand your sewing production.

2. Select a properly industrial sewing equipment within your budget.

3. Make clear all importing costs that you need to pay. Please note that you need to pay not only for the sewing machine, but also sea freight, cargo insurance, custom clearance charges and import duty & tax.

You can check these costs with local freight forwarders and customs brokers, by providing below information:

1) HS tariff codes (the HS code of industrial sewing machine is 8452219000)
2) Packing size and weight of cargo
3) Loading port
4) Destination port

4. Set payment method with your sewing machine supplier.

Both local and overseas banks charge certain fee for each remittance, so for small payment (less $2000.00 USD), "100% T/T" is better for both importers and exporters. But for big payment or custom made industrial sewing equipment (need to wait for over 2 weeks), you can transfer 50% down payment same as deposit, balance payment can be paid after shipment, so called "50% T/T in advance, balance against copy of B/L.

5. Confirm your order to the supplier, you need to provide your registered company name, detailed address, Tax number (if you are from South Americas) phone number and destination port.

6. You will receive a Pro-Forma Invoice from the sewing machine supplier, then go to bank for remittance

7. When the industrial sewing machine is ready, you let your can let your freight forwarder contact the supplier for arranging shipment.

Import Documentation Requirement for Customs Clearance

In effecting Imports as well as Exports, documentation plays a very important role. Especially in case of imports, the availability of right documents, the correctness of the information available in the documents as well as the timeliness in submitting the documents and filing the necessary applications for the Customs Clearance determines the efficiency of the Customs Clearance process.

There are 3 basic documents must be prepared by exporter to importer:

1. Bill of Lading or Airway Bill - A bill of lading (sometimes abbreviated as B/L) is a document issued by a carrier (or his agent) to acknowledge receipt of a shipment of cargo.

2. Commercial Invoice - This is the most important document that certifies the sale as well as gives the description of the items as well as reflects the pricing or the value of the cargo.

3. Packing List - It is mandatory to put the shipping marks on all the cargo covering each and every individual piece or parcel.

Additional document you might need by your custom or government

1. CE Certificates - if you are from Europe, make sure the industrial sewing machine you will order meets CE marking requirements.

2. Certificate of Origin - Certain bilateral agreements and multi lateral agreements would enjoy favorable tariffs for import duties.

How to choose the heavy duty zigzag sewing machine for sail makers and sail repairs

How to choose the heavy duty zigzag sewing machine for sail makers and sail repairs
Sailmaker’ job involve lie out, cut, assemble and repair sails that may be made from high tech textiles, such as carbon fibre, Zylon and Vectran, and by a lamination cloth as well as canvas. If you're going to start your sail making business, the first thing you'll need is a good industrial sewing machine.

If you're going to make your own sails, the first thing you'll need is a good sewing machine. The type of material you'll be working with and its use determines what type of sewing machine you'll need. Get yourself a quality sewing machine that does a good, zigzag triple-stitch in multi-layered polyester and rest assured that your sails will hold against the elements.

The biggest reason a regular, domestic sewing machine won't work well is the material with which you're working. Polyethylene terephthalate sailcloth, commonly known by the brand name Dacron, is light enough that a common machine can stitch through it without slipping, but not when multiple layers are being put through. Generally, sailcloth is made of at least four layers of cloth, sometimes ten. To handle this much material, it's best to use a commercial-grade machine. Another reason to use a industrial sewing machine is the type of stitch you'll be relying on, namely the zigzag triple-stitch. It's not a complex stitch. Yet with the strain the wind applies to the sailcloth, it's best to have the securest stitches possible. Moreover, the industrial sewing machines are of much better quality in a large manufacturing environment.

The zigzag sewing machine is the most used stitch in sail making. It has several advantages: it can over sew an edge to prevent fraying, the stitch configuration is somewhat elastic, and it can be taken out easily with a seam ripper. Most important, the holes in the cloth are not so close together as in a straight line, and thus are less prone to tearing.

9518 medium weight zigzag sewing machine for surf sails and spinnaker: It is one of the finest general-purpose machines for sail makers and repairs, standard equipped with 4 Cams for straight stitch, 1-step (2-point), 2-step (3-point) and 3-step (4-point) zigzag. This sail sewing machine can be set up to sew anything from 1/2-ounce spinnaker nylon with #30 thread to 14 layers of 9-ounce Dacron cloth with #138 thread! Designed for manufacturing windsurfing sails and spinnaker, especially the one-man loft specializing in cruising sails for boat under 35'. 

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9266 extra heavy duty straight stitch and zig-zag lockstitch sewing machine for sewing webbing to reinforce: Extra heavy duty straight stitch and zig-zag industrial sail making sewing machine is designed for sewing very thick sails, attaching reinforcement webbing into edges and sail corner reinforcement patches, with thick thread V277 and needle 250. This zigzag machine also can be used as heavy duty rope-end bar tacker, to make sewn eyes termination or binding rope thimbles for boat rope, yachting rope, sailing rope and marine cordage. Many sail makers are still using Durkopp Adler 166 or Durkopp Adler 266-1, 9266 is the next choice.

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9366-12 Extra heavy duty triple 3-step zigzag sail making sewing machine: It is affordable heavy duty zig-zag sail sewing machine for most sail makers and repairs. Today is there the need for 12mm( zigzag width) 3 step zigzag for seaming bigger sails, it is almost necessary to have an extra heavy duty zigzag sail making machine, which can cover straight stitch, 1-step (2-point), 2-step (3-point) and 3-step (4-point) zigzag. This machine is capable of powering its needle through 20mm of Dacron, Kevlar, Webbing, Canvas and leather; Extremely strong needle penetration force, can easily sew sturdy webbing reinforcement and extra heavy sail corner patches. The basic mechanics (Shuttle hook, adjustments and timing) is the same with Adler 366 and Adler 266, therefore it is easier for the sail lofts already worked with these sail making machines. 

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9518-30 Long arm zigzag spinnakers sewing machine Long arm medium weight zigzag sail maker sewing machine for light to medium weight spinnakers, windsurf sail and up to heavy sails, using needles size 90 - 130 with thread sizes V46, V69 and V92 and capable of processing materials up to 10mm. All kinds of zigzag operations in light to heavy weight Dacron, Kevlar, Webbing, Canvas and leather can reliably be realized with these machines. The basic mechanics (Rotary hook, adjustments and timing) is the same with Durkopp Adler 72525 and Minerva 72525, therefore it is easier for the sail lofts already worked with Adler 525 spinnakers machines. This sewing machine is recognized as the best spinnakers machine in the sail making industry.

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9366-31HA Cam controlled extra heavy duty long arm zig-zag sail maker sewing machine: Long and High arm extra heavy weight zig-zag sail making machine designed for straight stitch, 1-step, 2-step and 3-step zigzag operations in the production of large-surface sails using very thick thread size V207 and needle 250. It easily sew 20mm thickness of Dacron, Kevlar, Webbing, Canvas and leather with its adjustable speed, pitch and zigzag action it can take on the largest sails you can imagine, described by the European sail makers as the Porsche of sewing machine, it is without doubt the strongest machine ever produced. The basic mechanics (Shuttle hook, adjustments and timing) is the same with Durkopp Adler 366-76-12 and Durkopp 266-1, therefore it is easier for the sail lofts already worked with these Durkopp Adler sail making machines. This robust and reliable sail sewing machine is designed for mass-production sail making business.

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9366-31XL: Extra high arm and long arm zigzag sewing machine for large sails: Super high (400mm) and long arm (760mm) heavy duty zigzag sail making machine. Today yachts and boats are getting bigger and bigger, many sail makers and repairs are ready to take on bigger projects and looking for a larger and high efficiency zigzag machine. We developed XL series sail maker sewing machines to meet your needs today as well as tomorrow. The heavy duty belt puller behind the pressure foot helps sail makers create a smooth, even stitch on large sails. The motor is also special, as it provides a large, even torque at any speed. This greatly improves the stitch quality when it is necessary to slow down, or change directions in large sails, or in the heavy patch areas.

Summary of Buyer Choose machines:

1. What’s the thread size you use?

2. Which type of zigzag you need?

3. What’s the size of your sails?

4. How thick of your sail cloths?