Originally Posted by SafeAirOne
I made one last attempt to de-sensitize this treadle/clutch:
Amazingly, it didn't help
I give up--It looks like I am officially
(and painfully) going to have to pry open my wallet and invest in a SewQuiet 5000.
The only way to de-sensitize a clutch motor is to have really good control of the treadle. It takes a long time to get the hang of stitching slowly using a clutch motor, and in the end the only thing that works is a lot of practice. I've seen guys put a piece of foam under the treadle and they claim it works.