Mueble para máquina de coser - Bertha Cereza
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- La tabla para la parte de atrás del armario y ampliar la mesa está incluída. Esto permitirá que las telas frágiles no caigan al suelo mientras las pasa por la máquina. La tabla se desliza a lo largo de una barra de metal detrás del mueble para un posicionamiento personalizado a la izquierda de la máquina.
- Las dos puertas del mueble "Bertha" tiene 8 bandejas para guardar todo el material de costura. El hueco en el frente del mueble, permite que se pueda usar el pie de la máquina de coser cómodamente.
- Cose en la postura correcta evitando estrés en tus manos, espaldas y cuello en cualquier posición tan sólo sentándote en frente de la aguja para coser.
- Bertha se adapta a las nuevas máquinas de coser Bernina 830 Viking Sapphire y Babylock Ellisimo
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Descripción del producto
Modelo Cereza Bertha 700, fue hecho a la medida de máquinas de coser y bordar grandes y pesados de hoy en día. Tiene puente aéreo tiene una máquina de 45 libras y se moverá la máquina de coser arriba y abajo sin esfuerzo en 3 posiciones: freearm, planos y almacenamiento. La inauguración será acomodar las máquinas de coser no mayores de 22-9 / 16 "x 11-3 / 4 de ancho" de adelante hacia atrás (profundidad) x 14-1 / 2 "de altura.
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Now waiting for the custom insert :-)
After ordering a whole bunch of unnecessary-around-the-house tools that added up to $100, and taking time to learn how to operate a drill and wrench off YouTube, I was prepared for allocating two hours to assemble this beast. Wrong - think maybe 3 or 4 evenings, if you pace yourself. There were several times my husband was sent off pouting and I was left feeling like a jerk with a drill in my hand.
OMG - They didn't pack in all the screws we needed....so frustrating!! Home Depot trip? Add another night for assembly.
You'll need a very very large space to open everything out and assemble, especially with two bodies in the room. Don't expect to play music in the background, you'll need every ounce of concentration. I had to take the unit apart twice because the directions were "backwards and unclear," (is this even possible?) and I had drilled a couple items upside down or inside out. The video kind of helps but that too, is dated and unclear on some parts, you'll definitely need to follow the instructions because the video skips some steps and explanations. I nearly panicked - Don't forget to save cardboard and styrofoam to "lift" the front of the cabinet...why the styrofoam is needed is beyond my understanding because it didn't accomplish anything, which is another opportunity to start arguing with a husband.
In the end, I am admiring my cabinet, it's functional and tucks away. I bought this for a Bernina 830 for my California vacation home - I needed something that could help transform a premium ocean view space for visitors who may stay over. Since it's not my full time residence, I didn't want to invest in a Koala. The machine fits and holds steady. I was weary of operating the lift but after several attempts, you'll warm up to how it operates.
My husband said, "next time, we are getting a preassembled Koala." He did mention that this Arrow cabinet was high quality for the price. But...it's your labor they are counting on for this to be a success. In the end, this led me to another interest in a hobby other than sewing, and that is, woodworking. But after stripped screws, missing pieces, and arguments with the hubby, I decided quiet and peaceful sewing is just the perfect hobby for a happy marriage and a sound mind.
What they don't tell you is that you need metric socket wrenches to assemble this cabinet. You also need at least two people to put it together. The directions included in the box are not explicit and leave much to be desired. Many times we'd have to read them over and over, watch the assembly video from the Arrow website and then hope we had it right because they didn't show how some things needed to be attached, which screws went with which part, how something should be facing....etc. It was a painful experience. They really need to hire someone to help them re-write the assembly instructions. The video is somewhat helpful but I also found certain parts of it lacking. It didn't follow the same steps as the written directions which can be confusing and they didn't show how some things should have been attached.
Once we got everything put together it works well. The only issue I have now is that the cabinet doors don't want to stay open. I need to make beanbag doorstops to hold them open. It probably has something to do with the way we attached the hinges, I don't know.
My machine fits very well in the cabinet. I have a large sewing/embroidery machine combo (Husqvarna Viking Topaz 20) and there is plenty of room for it. I ordered a custom acrylic insert for the machine that works very well. The cabinet has minimal vibration when sewing and quilting at high speeds. The airlift is wonderful! It's so nice to be able to bring my machine up level with the rest of the desk to do embroidery and then lower it down when I want to sew. The only thing I wish it came with was an insert for when you want the table to just have a flush surface without the sewing machine being up there. I guess they assume you'd just close the leafs.
I love how large it is. Tons of room to all sorts of stuff on the top and lots of surface area to support large quilts. My laptop fits nicely to the right of my machine and I use it for embroidery and watching movies while I sew.
Something I never thought I'd really use were the trays in the cabinet doors. I'm finding I'm using them more often keeping small tools in them without having to hold them on top of the desk in a basket. When I fully re-organize my sewing room I'll probably utilize them more.
I'd recommend this to someone that has a handy husband or friend to help them put it together. It's a good sewing cabinet when you get past the hell of assembling it.