Description, Speed, Need ies – SINGER W203 User Manual
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To all whom it may cortcern:
The placing or renewal of the name “Singer” (Reg. U. S.
Pat. Off.) or any of the trade marks of The Singer Manu
facturing Company on any machine that has been repaired,
outside a Singer factory or an authorized Singer agency
THE IMPORTANCE OF USING
GENUINE SINGER PARTS AND NEEDLES
IN SINGER MACHINES
The successful operation of Singer machines can only be
assured if genuine Singer parts and needles are used. Sup
plies are available at all Singer Shops for the Manufacturing
Trade and mail orders will receive prompt attention.
Genuine Singer Needles should be used
in Singer Machines.
These Needles and their Containers
are marked with the
Company’s Trade Mark “SIMANCO.” 1
Needles in Containers marked
“For Singer Machines”
are not Singer made needles.
MACHINE 145W103 Is a two-needle lock stitch machine with compound
feed and hlgh-llft alternating pressers. It Is used for tents, awnings,
furniture upholstery, leather coats, automobile work, etc. It has a
high arm with a working space of 10 Inches at the right of the needle
bar. The machine Is furnished In gauges from
1 / 4
2 - 1 / 2
Is a long-arm machine with working space of
Inches at the right of the needle bar and is used for stitching
tarpaulins, tents, automobile door panels and for similar large work.
Otherwise the machine Is the same as Machine
Is the same as Machine
except that It has
an extra long arm with a working space of
Inches at the right of
the needle bar. Has hand wheel at front of machine for convenience
The maximum speed recommended for these machines Is ISOO revolu
tions per minute, when permitted by the nature of the material being
sewn. The machines should be run slower than the maximum speed until
the parts which are In movable contact have become glazed by their
action on each other. When the machines are In operation, the balance
wheel should turn over toward the operator.
Needles for Machines of Class 145w are of Class and Variety 7x23
for cloth, and 7x21 for stitching cardboard and fibre door panels.
They are made In sizes 22, 23, 24, 25 and 27.
The size of the needle to be used should be determined by the
size of the thread which must pass freely through the eye of the needle.
If rough or uneven thread Is used, or If It passes with difficulty
through the eye of the needle, the successful use of the machine will
be Interfered with.
Orders for needles must specify the quantity required, the size
number, also the class and variety numbers separated by the letter x.
The following Is an example of an Intelligible order:
"100 No. 24, 7x23 Needles."
The best results will be obtained when using the needles furnished
by the Singer Sewing Machine Company.