The Mod Corner Cabinet features a manual 2-position mechanism to move your sewing machine/serger up and down into freearm or flatbed position. The lift will support a 45# sewing machine and the opening is 24” wide x 12-3/4” deep.
The unique shape of our Corner Cabinet allows it to fit the radius corner of your room, taking up as little space as possible. The sewing well is positioned to the front of the unit allowing for ample space behind the machine to support fabric. Remove the sewing machine from the well and place the wood cover (included) over the opening to create a perfect flush surface for other projects or to use the unit as a desk.
The Modular Corner Cabinet rests on casters allowing you to move it from place to place. Once in place the casters lock down in place.
- US Warranty 1 year parts, 90 days labor on defects in materials and workmanship.
- Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
The opening and platform of the cabinet will accommodate sewing machines that are no larger than:
- 23-1/2" wide (left to right)
- 12-1/4" deep (front to back)*
* Please measure your machine and include knobs, plugs, etc. that extend beyond the body of the machine.
Airlift Platform Weight Limit: 45 #s
Sewing Machines that are too large and do not fit this cabinet:
- Dream V8500D
The following machines fit, but with issues:
- Janome 15,000 and Elna 920 eXpressive
2031 Assembly Instructions
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