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The Sewing Machine. Head parts of the sewing machine. Sewing machine parts and function. 2 Major parts of the sewing machine. 1 . UPPER PART 2. LOWER PART. The Upper Part is composed of: . The HEAD - is a complete sewing machine without the cabinet or stand .

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The Sewing Machine

Head parts of the sewing machine

Sewing machine parts and function

2 Major parts of the sewing machine



The Upper Part is composed of:

  • The HEAD- is a complete sewing machine without the cabinet or stand.

The ARM is the curved part of the head containing mechanism for operating the needle.

The BED is the flat portion of the machine where the feed dog is mounted and the shuttle and lower thread are placed.

The Upper Part of the sewing Machine

  • 1. SPOOL PIN is the thread holder.

  • 2. THREAD GUIDE keeps the thread in place.

  • 3. The THREAD TAKE UPLEVER release the thread and interlocks with the bobbin thread.

  • 4. The PRESSER BAR LIFTER moves the presser foot high.

  • 5. The TENSION controls the looseness or tightness of stitches.

  • 6. NEEDLE BAR holds the needle in place.

  • 7. NEEDLE CLAMP holds and tighten the needle.

  • 8. PRESSER FOOT holds the fabric in place while sewing.

9. NEEDLE is a slender tool attached to the needle clamp. Used for sewing.

10. BOBBIN WINDER controls the bobbin while winding thread.

  • 11. STITCH REGULATOR checks the length of the stitches.

  • 12. BALANCE WHEEL sets the mechanism in motion.

  • 13. BELT connects the balance wheel to the drive wheel.

  • 14. STOP MOTION SCREW hinders moving when loosened and starts moving when tightened.

Parts of the sewing machine under the bed

  • 1. FEED DOG moves the fabric while sewing.

  • 2. THROAT PLATE windows of the dog feed and where the bobbin thread comes out.

3. SLIDE PLATE is a movable plate that covers the shuttle and bobbin case.

The Lower Part of the Sewing Machine

  • The lower part of the sewing machine are the cabinet and the stand. The cabinet has drawers and screw on the hinges for the attachment of the head. These are the following:

  • 1. DRIVE WHEEL leads the balance wheel through the belt connection.

  • 2. DRIVE WHEEL CRANK moves the band wheel.

  • 3. PITMAN ROD holds the treadle to the bank wheel crank.

  • 4. BELT GUIDE holds the belt to its place.

  • 5. BELT SHIFTER removes the belt from the wheel.

  • 4. BELT GUIDE holds the belt to its place.

  • 5. BELT SHIFTER removes the belt from the wheel.

  • 6. DRESS GUARD protects the dress from the wheel.

    • 7. TREADLE is where the feet are stationed.

    • 8. LEGS supports the cabinet of the machine.

    • 9. CABINET holds the head of the machine by interlocking screws on the hinges.





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