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    Posted: 07 February 2019 at 9:18am
Will the table and servo motor that comes with the sailrite fabricator also accomadate a juki sewing machine? Thinking about setting up a a second station and have a friend that wants to give me a juki that no longer uses it.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MattGrant Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 February 2019 at 9:22am
The Workhorse motor and the table legs would be fine. The table top could be different though if the Juki is not an auto lubricating model. But we likely have a top that would work. I just need to know the Juki model number.

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The cut-out for my Juki 1508N is about 7" x 20 1/2".
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That is a bit different than the Fabricator which is 7.25" by 18.875". The other issue is how the oil try, if it exists, drops into the cutout. When the oil tray is integrated into the rubber corner pads the corner supports of the wooden table must be deeper. And typically the forward pads are oval in shape which requires a special router cut at those corners. The Fabricator is setup like this. If the machine does not have an oil pump then it is more common for the corner supports to just fit into radius shaped corners and the wooden corner supports are not so deep.

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