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Using The Optional Walking Foot - Brother Innov-is 80 Operation Manual

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GETTING READY
Using the optional walking
foot
With the optional walking foot, both pieces of fabric
are fed evenly by the feed dogs and the teeth on the
presser foot. This is useful when sewing fabrics that
are hard to feed such as vinyl and leather and when
sewing fabrics that easily slip such as velvets or when
quilting.
Use the screwdriver to attach the walking foot.
■ Attaching the walking foot
Remove the presser foot holder.
a
• For details, refer to "Removing the presser
foot holder" (page 43).
Hook the connecting fork of the walking foot
b
onto the needle clamp screw.
a Connecting fork
b Needle clamp screw
Lower the presser foot lever, insert the presser
c
foot holder screw, and then tighten the screw
with the screwdriver.
a Presser foot holder screw
44
a
b
a
CAUTION
● Be sure to securely tighten the screw with
the screwdriver, otherwise the needle
may touch the presser foot, causing it to
bend or break.
● Before starting to sew, slowly turn the
handwheel toward you (counterclockwise)
and check that the needle does not touch
the presser foot. If the needle hits the
presser foot, the needle may bend or break.
Note
When sewing with the walking foot, sew at a
speed between slow and medium.
■ Removing the walking foot
Press
(needle position button) once or
a
twice to raise the needle.
a Needle position button
The needle is raised.
b
Turn off the sewing machine.
c
Raise the presser foot lever.
a Presser foot lever
The presser foot is raised.
a

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