Question about Sailrite Ultrafeed LS-1 Mechanical Sewing Machine
I tried to use the monogramming feature, but there are 2 issues I faced. 1) I couldn't figure out how to get the machine to use lower case and 2) When I decided to just use all upper case, when I went to sew, the pressure foot did not seem to be in the right position and when the needle started sewing, the needle broke. Scarry for me because it almost hit me in the eye! What's the secret for monogramming?
SOURCE: using my monogram machine
The one thing I've found is that when using the fonts stored in the machine, you need to treat each as a separate design. Then you would change the size of the Center Letter. I, too, wish the manual was more instructive. It is much easier to use a separate software program where you can create lettering and monograming. Do you have PED Basic, the program that allows you to download from your computer? That is a very good investment (about $150) and you can get free designs and download purchased lettering from different web sites. There is also a good site www.embroiderydk.com where you can join for a small monthly fee and create lettering and monograming. You also have access to over 7000 designs that you can download free whenever you want. It is well worth the price of $9.00 per month and you don't have to be limited to a bunch of emboidery cards or just the built in designs on your machine. One final idea...go the Brother.com and request more instruction on the embroidery portion.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
SOURCE: monogramming problems
Hi Stacbac & Monogrammom,
Could be a number of causes - below are a few to consider:
Beyond blowing out any fuzz (canned air or a small air compressor) if a sensor or computer board is bad, a reputable dealer will need to take care of the problem for you (generally one who sells your brand machine as they will be able to get the parts and install them properly).
Not a perfect answer (not knowing specific machine models) but hopefully this will help you narrow down what's happening.
Kim & Linnette
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
The problem is that you purchased a clone of the Sailrite Ultrafeed. Most people do not know how much work Sailrite puts into each Ultrafeed Sewing Machine before it is shipped to customers. They hold 17 patents on the Zigzag Ultrafeed and know this machine inside and out. So when each machine goes through the assembly line in Indiana they are then tested by Sailrite in 2 layers of canvas then 8 layers of canvas then 4 layers of vinyl fabric if it does not sew it flawlessly they fix it, Ultrafeeds work right out of the box! So, it is highly unlikely that you will be able to get the clone machine to work. It must be totally rebuilt (a 4 hours process for an experienced technician). Sailrite will not work on any clone machines. So get your money back and buy a Sailrite Ultrafeed! If you are desperate and can not return the machine you can buy a DVD that Sailrite made for the Ultrafeed (each Ultrafeed purchased gets it free) it can be purchase here: http://www.sailrite.com/Ultrafeed-Advanced-Maintenance-DVD . It will help with timing issues, but will not show you how and what to do to rebuild the machine.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
SOURCE: Euro-Pro Model 9110 Monogram
are you sure that is the correct model #?
Check out http://www.euro-pro.com they have
has all the information including a downloadable manuals(pdf file)for most of their products
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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