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INCLUDED: Organ 29x3, 100 Regular Needles, Cylinder Arm Beds, Singer Shoe Patch

  • Uses 29x3(332) Round Point or 29x4 (332LL) Wedge Point Needles
  • Up to 500 Stitches Per Minute
  • Oscillating Shuttle
  • Clearance Under Foot: 13/32"'
  • Large Hook and Big Bobbin
  • 12" Work Space right of needle
  • Directional Rotating Top Feed Walking Foot
  • 1"Ø Narrow Cylinder Arm
  • Industrial Shoe Repair Machine
  • KD Knocked Down Unassembled Power Stand
  • US Warranty 30 Days labor on defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Specifications
Click HERE for Instruction Book Operating Manual for Consew 29, 29B, 29L, and 29BL Shoe Patch Leather Sewing Machines

  • 500 stitches per minute
  • Used for repairing leather materials and shoe uppers
  • Extra small cylinder bed arm
  • Oscillating shuttle
  • Universal upper feed for stitching in any direction without turning work
  • Handwheel can be mounted on front or right end of machine
  • Wheel pulley "V" grooved for motor drive
  • Double ended needle plate with different size holes at back end to accomodate various sizes of needles
  • Adjustable thread take-up lever
  • Adjustable presser foot pressure and thread tension
  • Machine can be driven by foot treadle, hand crank or electric motor

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Included Accessories
  • Instruction Manual
  • Needles
  • Bobbin
  • Bobbin Winder
  • Thread Stand
  • Table, Stand and Motor
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icon Consew 29 with Space Saver Power Stand Table, Standard Clutch or Optional Servo Motor, with Speed Reducer. Shipped Unassembled, but Shown Assembled.

What needles do I use on the Consew or Singer 29 Class Shoe Patch Machine?
The Singer 29 is typically used as a shoe patching machine and for similar work. The needles used are Organ 29x3 (available sizes #12, 14, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24) which is round point for softer materials and 29x4 (available sizes #14,26,28,29,20,21,22,23,24,25) which is a wedge point for dense materials like leather.