[Sewing] Serger broken again, same problem
rachel at xtreme.com
Thu Jan 7 11:27:10 PST 2010
Thanks, I'll make sure Billy knows this so he can make a better diagnosis.
> Definitely not. This was totally standard usage. Two layers of normal
> weight fabric. I could feel something catching a little bit when I
> moved the presser foot before it broke, but I couldn't figure out what
> it was.
> It really seems like that piece was slipping gradually and coming into
> contact with something it shouldn't, so it was just a matter of time
> before it would break again.
> On Wed, Jan 6, 2010 at 5:36 PM, Rachel McConnell <rachel at xtreme.com> wrote:
>> I talked with billy, and he's coming to fix it again on Friday at 5. He
>> said that probably it broke because too much fabric was fed into it, and
>> I said I didn't think you were doing any such thing but I would ask
>> about it. When the looper broke, was the serged fabric in the feed dogs
>> at the time particularly bulky? he said that seams in denim (6-8 layers
>> of denim) is too much. I plan to get more detail on his ideas of the
>> machine's limitations on friday. We didn't discuss payment at all yet.
>> Rachel McConnell wrote:
>>> Ah crap. OK I'll give Billy a call tomorrow, am making a reminder now.
>>> Kelly wrote:
>>>> So Crutcher and I did some serging this evening, and it was ended by the
>>>> same piece on the serger breaking again. Crutcher seemed to have a more
>>>> subtle understanding of it, but the gist seems to be that some bit was
>>>> misaligned or the timing was off, such that another bit was putting
>>>> pressure on it at certain points in the cycle, and this bit keeps
>>>> therefore breaking.
>>>> I think we should call the guy that fixed it and see if we can get a
>>>> refund or a discounted sexond fix, because it's obviously still fucked.
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