Learn how to fix a front load bobbin case lockstitch sewing machine online
So if you’re lockstitch sewing machine is in need of a service or repair and you fancy giving it a go yourself, you’ve come to the right place.
HOW TO RECEIVE THE DOWNLOAD
After payment you will be sent an automatic email to the email you used to make your payment which will have a download link to get your course. Once you click on the link it will usually download to your download folder but odd occasions it may be found in your spam folder.
The in-depth, interactive course covers many issues known to cause problems with old and new style sewing machines, no matter what make they are. If you have a front load sewing machine from Juki
– this course will teach you how to repair and service it to a professional level. Our online courses
are best suited to those who can’t commit to attending a live course – live internationally or simply prefer working towards their goals in their own time.
The course applies a hands on approach but you do not need any prior knowledge or experience. This e-course is for learning how to correctly service, troubleshoot, maintain and repair a front load lockstitch mechanical sewing machines. It is not suitable for electronics or computerised machines.
Artizan Training believes in modular training – bite size pieces that aren’t overwhelming to the student. As a result, our courses are very straightforward and we anticipate you won’t have to ask for any help. Lockstitch sewing machines have lot of moving parts so you’ll gain a deep understanding of inner workings of the front load machine first and foremost. We’ll run you through health and safety best practises and advise you on the best tools to use. You must complete the course within 6 months of purchase unless otherwise agreed but most of our students are very capable of repairing domestic lockstitch sewing machines after just 30 hours of study.
- Health and safety
- Introduction to sewing machines
- Design features of a needle
- How a stitch is formed
- Thread types
- Needle types and applications
- Winding a bobbin
- Threading upper thread and needle
- Threading a bobbin
- Drawing the thread up from the bobbin
- Setting needle tension
- Setting the bobbin tension
- Check the thread check spring setting
- Sewing machine electrical safety
- Miss stitches
- Thread fraying
- Thread breaking
- Looping tension lower and upper
- Birds nesting
- Check shuttle/hook timing
- Check needle bar height setting
- Check feed dog height
- Check feed dog lateral setting
- Recalibrate upper tension unit
- Check and adjust needle bar height
- Check zig zag settings
- Check and adjust presser foot settings
- Check and adjust needle bar, thread take up to feed settings
- Remove and refit needle bar rock frame
- Check and adjust reverse stitch length
- Check machine for stitch quality
- Troubleshoot and service front load bobbin version
What will I learn?
- Make necessary adjustment to your sewing machine
- Remove and fit new parts
- Resolve issues faster through a process of elimination
- Plus much more
At the end of the course, you should very easily be able to start a side business servicing and repair mechanical domestic sewing machines, with our support regarding sourcing parts, needles and much more. In terms of knowledge gained…well, where do we start? Our courses have been expertly developed by our head sewing machine engineer, Alan, who has over 50 years of experience in his field. Alan is considered the go to man in the industry and the popularity of the online courses, speak for itself. You do not want to miss this.
Online Course Support
Whether you’re a novice or adding another feather to your cap – Artizan Training’s qualified engineers are on hand via email to offer guidance, help and support. You’ll also receive 1 months free after course care via email with the instructor you worked with throughout the course.
In order to pass and receive a certificate of competence for repairing a front load lockstitch sewing machine you will have to complete 4 exams. Do not worry – we will not test you on anything that hasn’t been presented in the course. We highly recommend that you take your time to digest each level (4) of the course before taking the exam. Exams are marked by independent examiners who will return your results within 7 working days. If you fail your exam you may be asked to look over specific areas again.