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Old 08-01-2012, 06:26 AM
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The results were unbelieveable! This was what I was expecting when I bought the SQ5000! A nice, gradual build up in speed from 1 to the programmed speed over the full range of the actuating lever.

Excellent news, now we know the popular SewQuiet 5000 works and the list grows by one.

SewQuiet 5000
SewQuiet 4000
Skyrit TN-411 (looks very similar to a Consew)
Enduro Pro SM600-1

I just did a production run of a project last night and I am in kats *** heaven with my machine. Until last night I had only tested the mod on scraps but last night was a true test and man what a difference, the smooth control was absolutely incredible.

This project is a mix of go slow and accurate to long straights and prior to this I would just leave the speed at 3 and limp along on the straight stretches. Not anymore, now I can slowly build up speed to a controllable high speed for the straights and come to a crawl for the tight spots. Productiviy increase here I come.

I'm off to catch some Z'zz have a great day all.
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