Buying a sewing machine is an investment that will take your craft to the next level! We offer a variety of machines that are suitable for many kinds of work, so be sure to check the descriptions and make the best choice for your craft! If you have questions, give us a call! We love to talk about machinery. SLC also facilitates financing optionsfor those of you that want to get ahead of the curve. SLC Sewing Machines are shipped by freight.
Cobra Class 20
The Cobra Class 20 is a flatbed machine perfectly suited for book covers, liners, bags and sheaths with its compound feed walking foot, servo motor and speed reducer. Boasting a 9/16” (14 mm.) capacity, the Cobra Class 20 uses thread sizes 46 - 207. This machine is great for beginners because of the speed reducer - you can sew at full torque at virtually any speed! It is one of the most versatile machines on the market and includes needles, threads, a thread stand, extra bobbins, tool kit, and comprehensive manual.
All Cobra machines are backed by a “Limited Lifetime Warranty”
I discussed this machine with the staff pro to buying so I would get the machine I needed for the wide range of items I sew. The versatility is worth the money with the wide range of needles & thread. I'v sewn 3/4 oz to 8/9 oz with no issues. Any question i'v had have been answered same day by SLC.
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Great Belt Stitching Machine
Skyline Leather Co.| 1/4/2019 10:44 pm
I've owned the Class 20 for almost two years and it's awesome. I use it for projects such as wallets, bags, belts, and radio straps. What's nice about a flatbed machine, is when I'm sewing long items like a belt, the table helps support the project. I don't have to balance the piece like I would with a cylinder bed machine. The machine is easy to control and it's also easy to make adjustments on when changing thread and needle size. Another great feature on this machine is the top loading bobbin. It allows the operator to check and see how much thread is left in the bobbin at a glance. I will say that if you are going to make gun holsters, knife sheaths, or anything else that will get over 1/4-5/16" in thickness, you will run into issues with the presser foot not being able to raise up high enough to clear your project. If you are making belts, even heavy duty gun belts, this machine is perfect.