Will hold sewing, embroidery, serger, quilting or blindhem machines that weigh up to 23 to 28 pounds.

Adjust the height of your sewing machine with this airlift mechanism.

Easily change positions of your sewing machine from the free-arm to the flat-bed position with the greatest of ease.

When done sewing simply press down the platform to store your machine away.

  • Total height 19 ½” with a platform travel distance of 14-3/4''
  • Arm span is 12-1/2''
  • Depth measures 11-1/16''
  • Rated for lifting 23 to 28 lbs

  • Maximum Weight Capacity 28 pounds
  • Please attach mechanism to ¾” in Medium Density Fiberboard or solid wood only
  • Please attach to pre-assembled sewing cabinet before use
  • Do not use for any other purpose other than a platform for a sewing machine or serger
  • The manufacturer/retailer of this item is not responsible for any damage or destruction incurred to the sewing machine or cabinet due to use of mechanism
  • Any wear or tear to the mechanism itself due to use is not the responsibility of the manufacturer/retailer
  • US Warranty 1 year limited warranty on defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
What should I know about installing the lift mechanism in a custom made cabinet?
Each cabinet will be different. I can however make a couple of recommendations.

The most important guideline to note is the clearance needed from the inside of the back of the cabinet to the back edge of the sewing machine mount. In the illustration it shows an absolute minimum of 2.5” but I would recommend 3” to be on the safe side. This will ensure the machine mount will travel up and down without interfering with the lift.

When determining where to center the lift with the machine mount note that with sewing machines the bulk of the weight is to the right. On our cabinets with the larger opening we will offset the lift to the right to accommodate the weight of the machine better.

What is the difference between an "electric lift mechanism", and an "air lift platform mechanism"?
The "Electric lift" offers both ways with a switch, no manual effort either way, and the "Air Lift" is manual push down (easy) and pneumatic pressure lift up (automatic).