Date: 02-14-2006, 05:18 AM (1 of 4)
I am so excited to have gotten a new Juki 654DE serger. My old serger (I suspect it might be close to antique status by now) was one of the first Singers. Setting the tension was a huge headache. The tension settings also seemed to have minds of their own in that they would just arbitrarily change on me. This new machine is like heaven.
I'm wondering, however, if anyone has any specific suggestions regarding particular quirks with this model? or even servicing issues? I will be using it primarily for seam finishing, but I am also doing some dance costumes.
Thanks, in advance, for any thoughts, and Happy Valentine's Day to you!
Member since: 02-11-2006
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Date: 02-16-2006, 11:45 PM (2 of 4)
|I have the same serger and have not found any quirks yet. I love my serger. It was my first serger and I have had no problems at all threading it or using it. Hope you will love yours too.||
Member since: 12-19-2003
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Date: 02-17-2006, 05:28 PM (3 of 4)
Hey Laurie! Welcome to the boards. I'm sure you will be totally in love with your new little baby. I have a Janome, which I got after having another old antique that was on its last legs. What a difference it made! Now, how did I ever survive without it?
Tickled pink with my Innovis 4000D
Member since: 01-21-2004
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Date: 02-18-2006, 01:15 AM (4 of 4)
I have the Juki 654DE also and I love it. My Singer 5 thread quit after about 100,000 miles of costume sewing and dh purchased the Jukie for me. So far, I haven't found any quirks or issues with this serger either. I have the tensions set and all I have to do to go from straight serging to a rolled hem is flip the switch on the right side of the stitch plate. Couldn't be easier. It's the nicest serger I've ever used. I am planning to eventually purchase several of the other feet that are made for this machine.
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