Features of the Janome HD3000
Heavy duty construction
Although it looks simple from the outside, the machine is a heavyweight unit on the inside. It is built using a heavy-duty aluminum frame, which makes it capable of holding all its pieces together as you stitch on tough materials such as denim, leather, and canvas.
Its working parts are all constructed using metal, which makes it capable of handling these tough fabrics without breaking.
The aluminum construction is quite beneficial to the machine because aluminum is a strong but light metal.
Well-designed work area
The machine’s work area features a drop feed mechanism that makes it possible to carry out free motion sewing. This means that you can comfortably work on quilts because they require a lot of free motion sewing.
Below this working surface, the machine features a storage compartment that stores all the accessories included in this package. These include extra bobbins, a screwdriver, multiple feet, and extra needles among many others.
This compartment is removable and exposes the free arm, which is essential for sewing pant hems, collars, cuffs, and other rounded surfaces as well as hard to reach areas.
Easy to use
The product’s aesthetic simplicity is translated into its usability. It is quite easy to use and features things such as a top drop-in bobbin, which is a very convenient system for threading the lower part of the machine.
It also has a stitch selection dial that is very convenient to use, considering that it only has 18 built-in stitches to choose from.
The unit also has easily accessible settings. The stitch width and length can be easily adjusted using two levers on the top right corner of the machine while reverse stitching can be easily set by raising or lowering the reverse lever on the mid-right section of the front part of the machine.
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