Juki exceed hzl-f400 quilt pro computerized sewing machine $899.00 – free shipping! gas vs electric heat


Juki, the leader in industrial sewing, now delivers high technology to your home with the new F-Series for sewing and quilting. This machine will exceed your expectations by combining power and reliability with all the features even a pro will love. Get professional results with the sleek, easy to operate, multi functional design developed for superior quilting, home decor and garment construction. Take advantage of Juki’s many years of industrial sewing expertise and expand your horizons with the Juki Quilt Pro HZL-F400. Click Here to Compare Juki Exceed Series

You can program the needle up/down position, automatic thread trimming, and foot control trimming with just the push of a button. Also set the contrast of the LCD screen, change the volume of the machine buzzer, select from 8 different language settings, and use the on-board sewing guide when you need a little help.

Industrial Sewing Machine Technology in order to provide beautiful seams and outstanding feed performance, JUKI adopted the box feed system. The conventional feed mechanism is oval motion. On the other hand, the box feed moves the feed dog in a box motion. This eliminates material shrinking and shifting. This accurate feeding system provides superior stitch quality for a variety of light to heavy weight fabrics.

Using a unique sensor method, HZL-F series sews beautiful buttonholes regardless of the type of material and overlapped sections. 16 types of buttonholes are available for your needs. Now it is possible to adjust the cutting width of the buttonholes in 3 steps.

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I had outgrown the Singer machine I bought just a few months ago to replace my 20 year-old Kenmore machine, and I was looking for something that would be as much of a workhorse as my old Kenmore but with the modern features of the Singer. Granted, I had to pay the price to get it, but this machine is exactly what I wanted. I doubt that I will ever truly have a need for many of the decorative stitches this machine offers, but it’s nice to know they are available. I primarily sew apparel, particularly suit jackets and tailored business clothing, so features like automatic buttonholes, the ability to adjust presser foot pressure (in order to sew thin lining fabrics and even tissue-weight knits), and the power to sew through heavy wool and tweed fabrics without bogging down are a must. I also appreciate the automatic thread tension feature, the large and comfortable foot pedal, and the clear LCD display. Other features like the automatic needle threader and thread trimmer are nice, but not essential so I don’t bother with either of them. The built-in storage unit that keeps all the extra feet and small odds and ends neat and organized is one example of this machine‘s thoughtful design, as is the threading diagram with numbered points printed right on the machine (especially helpful during the "getting to know you" phase!). But truly, the best part is that this machine is substantial and sturdy, and is capable of handling fabrics from the thinnest and most slippery satin to jacket-weight faux leather, and everything in between. I anticipate that we will have a very happy partnership for many years to come.