Lubrication Centralized Oil Wick Lubrication (hook:automatic) Lubricating Oil Juki New Defrix oil No.2 (equivalent to ISO VG32) Distance from Needle to Machine Arm 264mm Bed Size 477x178mm Compressed Air and Air Consumption 0.5MPa (5kgf/cm²), 0.3Nℓ/min Motor Output 750W Power Requirement Single-Phase 100~120V, 200~240V, 3-Phase 200~240V Weight of the Machine Head 42.5kg
Clutch motors operate at a fixed speed, typically between 1725 – 3450 rpm, depending on the type of machine. Servo Motors on the other hand are speed adjustable. The two major advantages of the Servo Motor are that you can control the speed of the motor and that the motor is completely silent when the pedal is not engaged.
Some other advantages of the Servo Motor include:
- They consume up to 90% less energy than clutch motors
- 1/3 lighter than clutch motors
- Reverse motor rotation with the flick of a switch
- Nothing to wear or adjust
- Adjusted speed remains the same no matter how hard the pedal is pressed
Most of our customers find that the sewing machine is much easier to control with a Servo motor because of the speed control. This is especially helpful for beginner sewers but also for projects that simply don’t require high speed stitching.