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    Posted: 17 March 2017 at 12:43pm
Hi there
I´m doing small jobs in my garage for nearby sailors. I already have to Pfaff 138, great for more heavier tasks in dacron/canvas.  But I have noticed that spinnakers are the most frequently damaged sails, of course. 
I´m looking for a 3-steps sewing machine doing about 7-10mm stitch width. I think a home sewing machine would be enough. 

Do you have any tips to me? Like Pfaff, Singer, Husqvarna, Bernina or so, top 500$.

/Per 
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The problem is that you will not get a stitch that wide out of any home machine. The option we offer is the Sailrite Professional:

http://www.sailrite.com/Sailrite-Professional-Sewing-Machine-4-2-Point-with-Table-Workhorse-Servo-Motor

This machine will do the 10mm 3 step zigzag very nicely!
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We can also offer with a 220-240V motor for Europe.
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