How to Make a Sewer Line Replacement, with Computerized Sewing Machine
A simple, easy-to-build sewing machine can turn an old sewing line into a new one, replacing it with a machine made of wood and iron, according to National Geographic.
It’s a neat idea that can also be done with a sewing machine.
The basic idea is to sew two pieces of wood into a square that’s the same size as the machine.
Sewing the two pieces into the square takes about five minutes.
(There’s no need to do this for every square.)
The machine then moves around the square to place the two new pieces into a second square.
Once the machine is done with the second square, it moves back to the first square to start the process again.
Once all the pieces are in place, the machine can start sewing again.
To replace a single square, the sewing machine takes about 15 minutes, and there’s no special tools required.
To make more than one replacement, the project takes three to five minutes, depending on the size of the squares you’re replacing.
When it’s done, you can use a sewing kit to make your own replacement.
The cost of the machine varies from $1,200 to $3,500, depending if you use it for one or two-square replacement.
It can also work with larger, heavier and smaller square.