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The options can seem overwhelming when you're looking for a sewing machine. The following terminology of the types and components of sewing machines can help guide you:

  • Serger - A sewing machine that creates an overlock stick. An overlock stitch sews edges, hems and seams by sewing over the edge of cloth. It differs from a lockstitch machine because it lacks a bobbin and instead, has loopers and multiple thread cones. Compact serger machines make it easy to stitch at home or on the go, while commercial machines are much larger.
  • Lockstitch Sewing Machine - One of the most common types of sewing machine, which creates a lock stitch. This involves two threads that lock together in the stitch with the help of a rotating needle. In a commercial garment factory, typically about half of the machines are lockstitch. For use at home, you can select a domestic or portable model.
  • Embroidery Sewing Machine - A machine dedicated to embroidery work, with the ability to create artistic designs. Some of these products may be compact for portable use.
  • Jacquard Loom - A mechanical loom that is used for making complex patterns in fabric, using a punch card. Jacquard looms are commonly seen in industrial applications.
  • Drop Feed - The feeding mechanism seen in domestic sewing machines. This mechanism involves a set of feed dogs that grip the material as the needle is leaving it.
  • Needle Feed- The feeding mechanism seen in industrial sewing machines. The material is moved while the needle is still in it. This allows many layers of fabric to stay together during the feed action.
  • Walking Foot - The component that feeds the workpiece and shifts it along as it is created.
  • Bobbin - A spindle that holds the thread. The bobbin driver is a mechanism that feeds the thread to create stitches.
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    Gold Coast Sew & Vac Center
    770 S Military Trl, West Palm Beach, FL 33415
    Specializing in Household & Industrial Sewing Machines & Vacuum Cleaners. Sewing machine parts, needles, bobbins, and thread available. Vacuum cleaner parts, belts, bags, and filters available.
    (561) 686-3123
    Miami Industrial Sewing Machines
    16501 Ne 15th Ave, Miami, FL 33162
    (1) Review Write a review
    (305) 354-8060
     
    User Review: "Beware of this company. This is my second time getting my machine fixed at this location. I was having the same part..."
    A-1 All Make Vacuum Cleaner & Sewing Machine Co
    2774 N University Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33322
    We have been providing our customers with vacuum cleaner and sewing machine sales, repairs, and parts for over thirty-two years. Our business also handle air purifiers, steam cleaners, and more.
    (954) 742-8822
    Brother
    15174 Sw 56th St, Miami, FL 33185
    (305) 388-3378
    AAA Ember Sewing Machines
    1375 Main St, Dunedin, FL 34698
    (727) 733-6181
    Madsen Sewing Machine Repair
    Naples, FL 34101
    (239) 598-2548
    Pfaff Sewing Center
    61 W Prospect Rd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
    (954) 772-2111
    Otto Tonti's Repairs
    4329 New St, Fort Myers, FL 33905
    (239) 694-6020
    Morita Special USA Corp
    6000 Nw 97th Ave Unit 17, Miami, FL 33178
    (305) 597-9880
    Intertex Trading Corp
    549 W 47th St, Miami Beach, FL 33140
    (305) 673-3458
    Cameron Sewing Machine
    2535 28th St N, Saint Petersburg, FL 33713
    (727) 321-9344
    Unicraft Cutting Tables Corp
    2300 Nw 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
    (305) 571-9300
    Ace Sewing & Vacuum Center
    509 E Sample Rd, Pompano Beach, FL 33064
    (954) 943-4772
    Mr Q's Sewing Center
    1053 Parkwood Dr, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
    (386) 677-3184
    Terry Cowger Sewing Machine Repair
    2501 Oleander Blvd, Fort Pierce, FL 34982
    (772) 467-2032


    Industrial and commercial sewing machines can handle large sewing jobs, particularly for clothing textile manufacturers. They are integral components when these manufacturers need to achieve a heavy output of sewn clothes and other materials for embroidery or other uses. Manufacturers in this industry sell machines in bulk at a discount price to these and other types of customers. Since sewing machines designed for household use can’t handle the large output required by a commercial and industrial factory, large-scale sewing machines are required for this task. Since they produce large quantities of sewn materials at one time, the job goes much more quickly, saving time and resources. Seamstresses can stitch materials by hand or with smaller sewing machines but this household solution just doesn’t cut it when a company has a huge order of clothing to fulfill. Commercial wholesalers may sell small sewing machines for residential or small business use at home or in a small store, but industrial sewing machine wholesalers target a different demographic. Sewing machines can be compact and portable, or large and fixed to one spot. Equipment used in sewing machines include bobbins, pullers, loopers, needle feed mechanisms, and plates. A manual or automatic machine may also contain a walking foot, also called a dual feed, used for piecing fabric together or for machine quilting at home or in a business. From drop-in bobbin sewing machines to compact ones, there are a variety of machines and related parts that are required for this industry. Customers can save money and buy used refurbished machines with a reduced price, or they can buy brand new. Sewing machines can handle a variety of functions, from decorative embroidery to stitching.
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