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juki serger 644d - garment construction? 1 Reply

Query submitted by: Eileen"HiI have a juki serger 644d - ive dabbled a little with it - mostly just serging seams - can you really sew a…Continue

Tags: 644d, serger, juki

Started by Susan. Last reply by Katriina Alanko Jun 25, 2010.

Juki to Launch "Exceed" Series of Household Sewing Machines

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Juki Corporation (TOKYO:6440)(ISIN:JP3390400004), the global leader in industrial sewing machines, is pleased to announce that it will release the Exceed Series of home sewing…Continue

Tags: machine, exceed, juki

Started by Susan Aug 27, 2009.

Juki Embroidery Machines 1 Reply

Does anyone own or have you tried out any Juki Embroidery Sewing Machines? What do you like about them and dislike about them?

Started by dabble. Last reply by dabble Jun 2, 2009.

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Comment by Marilyn on May 15, 2009 at 5:24pm
I have a Juki TL 98Q. I just love it. It is so fast and has a thread cutter. I used to work in a blouse factory and I sewed collars on a Juki, I have always wanted a commercial machine, but I don't have the space. This is the closest to a commercial machine and is portable and quiet. Love, love it.
Comment by Emmy1 on May 18, 2009 at 2:22pm
I have a Juki serger, which I purchased about 10 to 15 years ago, just after differential feeds came out. Mine was the newest model at the time, and had the differential feed. I love my serger and use it for everything except sewing on fleece.

I'd love to buy a newer serger with the cover stitch, air threading, and other features some day, but will keep my old one and set it up for rolled hems, to speed up the sewing process.
Comment by Katriina Alanko on June 25, 2010 at 1:14pm
I'm currently using a 4-thread industrial Juki serger and am ready to downsize to a MO655DE model. I love my industrial, it's so fast and powerful. I think I use it more than my sewing machine!
Comment by Mesewlot on November 29, 2011 at 8:57am

Thanks for the invite! I do use a Juki serger MO-644D

Comment by Mesewlot on November 29, 2011 at 9:03am

I also use the Juki DDL 8700, a straight stitch commercial machine.

Both of these machines are fantastic!

Comment by Susan on November 29, 2011 at 12:44pm

How do you like your DDL...  I've been looking at them too.  I have a Singer industrial but I find it very temperamental.  

Comment by Mesewlot on November 30, 2011 at 7:58am

Susan, I love my DDL! It's worked very well for me. I've had it about 10 years, and I've only had it serviced a few times. Probably a good idea to have it serviced much more often, but it's still doing very well. I highly recommend it, especially if you do a lot of custom sewing or tailoring, or just a lot of straight stitch sewing in general.

Comment by Ani on March 16, 2012 at 9:45pm

Hi all - I purchased a Juki HZL 400 EXCEED a few days ago, had been sewing on a 20 yr old Pfaff, I LOVE my new Juki! =) Sews so very well on any fabric I've tested, the buttonholes are wonderful as are the deco stitches.  The best thing is the foot pedal thread cutter, didn't think I'd like it but now I wonder how I lived without it!  Anyone else here with an EXCEED? They make 300/400/600 models. 

Ann in NC

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