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Re: Thread stand

Carolyn Gazerro
 

I use it on my 15000!


Re: Thread stand

Carole Schneider
 

I have one that looks identical. Had it for my 11,000 and now have it attached to my 500e. I use it a lot. Mostly when using thread cones. Maybe it doesn’t fit as well for the15,000???

Sent from my iPadt


Re: iPad question

Deb K.
 

Jim, One more time hats off to you. I have used my iPad (thoroughly) for a long time. I have tried and used a couple of file utility apps. This documents app somehow got by me, well NO MORE it is simply a single solution for a handful of apps I have been using. I love this app it helps my productivity from my iPad in an amazing way. Thank you again for your great suggestions and lessons.


Thread stand

Theresa Lindal
 

I have a 15000 and use my Martha Pullen thread stand and turn it so it is vertical to my machine on the right side.  A little awkward but it works for me, didn’t want to buy a new one.


Re: Accusetter

Ceil J
 

Thanks, Roberta! 

On Fri, Dec 21, 2018 at 3:10 PM Roberta K via Groups.Io <robkon94=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Ceil:

I used to use the clothsetter for the 350e and for the 11000se. I discovered that the arm that holds the crosshairs is not accurate because it moves. I agree about chasing the hoop so what I started using the shelf liner that is non-skid. I place the hoop on the shelf liner and it does not slide around.

Roberta in FL where it does not snow


Re: Thread stand

Carolyn Gazerro
 


Re: Thread stand

Pat
 

Gail,

I have that stand (it’s here, barely used, and I have its box),and would love to sell it.  In looking at the picture of the back of the box, the only part I do not have is small the thread guide.  Otherwise, the box contents are complete.  If I recall, I did one embroidery project with it.  
I also have the Circular Sewing Attachment for the 15000, and would love to sell it, too.  It has never been used.  I did attached it to my 15000 once, so it is the correct one for the 15000, but I never used it.  
Grand plans for both, zero follow through on my part. 😩. 
The photo shows the back of the spool stand box.  Both are real Janome items.
If you (or anyone else)  have an interest in acquiring, I can be reached via email at Pibby357@....  
BTW, I am in Reno, NV.

Pat



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On Dec 21, 2018, at 3:13 PM, Gail via Groups.Io <gail_menard@...> wrote:

I think I recently saw a thread stand for the 15000 that didn't screw into the back of the machine, but hooked to the handle of something.  Is this available or did I image it.  If so, what is the part number?

Thanks
Gail in FL


Re: Thread stand

Jim Stutsman
 

Perhaps it was this one: http://a.co/d/8tEXjQH

Note - not endorsing this dealer, just using it for the photo. Buy from your local dealer whenever possible!


Thread stand

Gail
 

I think I recently saw a thread stand for the 15000 that didn't screw into the back of the machine, but hooked to the handle of something.  Is this available or did I image it.  If so, what is the part number?

Thanks
Gail in FL


Foot Tread Cutter on 15000

Gail
 

I brought my 15000 in for service and one of the problems I mentioned was that the foot pedal thread cutter stopped working.  I got a call saying I needed a new foot cutter module and it was ordered and installed.  I picked up the machine today and when I set it up, I still get the error message on the screen saying "Foot Pedal Thread Cutter Can't be Used" and it doesn't work..  I have called the service people, but it's almost a 2 hour drive each way and they are closed all next week.  Does anyone have any suggestions or have you seen this before?

I may just take the cutter off the foot pedal, but I just paid for it.
Gail in FL


Re: MBX activation code

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Hi Linda, I did call and they gave me a tech number. Left a message. Jim suggested moving the desktop one to my laptop. I'm going to do that while I wait to hear back from Janome. That dongle was so easy to use. Thank you.


Re: MBX activation code

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Virginia, I'm afraid to even put my original cd in. I'm a big chicken. LOL 

The transfer won't work on the laptop because it crashed and burned  so I can't even try a repair, but Jim suggested moving the desktop one to my laptop. I'm going to do that while I wait to hear back from Janome. Thank you.


Re: MBX activation code

Lorrie Gauthier
 

Thanks. I might just do that. Look how smart you are!!! LOL  I never thought of that.

I placed a call to Janome tech support and had to leave a message so hopefully they will get back to me someday. I'll try the transfer Fingers crossed!

I don't understand why they have to be so far behind the times. Keeping track of installations online during login is great. 

I think I just tossed my serial port dongle from Digitizer V1


Re: Accusetter

Linda M Robertson <lindamrobertson7@...>
 

I have one I've never used.  Bought with my 12000. 
I just don't do a lot of embroidery like I thought I would.  

Linda 


On Dec 20, 2018, at 8:08 AM, favymtz <favymtz@...> wrote:

What has been presented are the different ways to accurately hoop.
If using AcuSetter, Ceil's idea is one that works really well; using another hoop placed on top of the 'unhoopable' one to trick the AcuSetter into thinking that's what's there.
Clothsetter: It will never come down in price Cynthia. It's always been expensive.
But what it does! Wow, there's no other hooping aid as good. 
It's not always what's needed for a particular hooping situation but when it is the right thing, It's. The. Right. Thing! 
Favymtz


Re: Accusetter

Roberta K
 

Ceil:

I used to use the clothsetter for the 350e and for the 11000se. I discovered that the arm that holds the crosshairs is not accurate because it moves. I agree about chasing the hoop so what I started using the shelf liner that is non-skid. I place the hoop on the shelf liner and it does not slide around.

Roberta in FL where it does not snow


Re: iPad question

Jim Stutsman
 

The "Other" category includes things like cached websites, history, messages, email, and more. This page is a good guide on reducing it: https://www.imore.com/how-find-and-remove-other-files-iphone-and-ipad


Re: iPad question

Carolyn Gazerro
 

I use the WinZip App on my Apple devices to open ZIP files.  From the App you can download the pdf file to iBooks.


Re: iPad question

Pixey
 

Thanks Jim.  Worked great!  

One other question...I was looking at my iPad storage in light of adding this large file and I have a big darker gray bar of memory usage labeled “Other” that is longer than my all the other categories put together.  Any advice on what constitutes “Other” that I might be able to clean up?

Regards,
Pixey



On Dec 21, 2018, at 8:33 AM, onlinesewing via Groups.Io <onlinesewing@...> wrote:

One of the annoyances of iOS is that it doesn't handle zip files. Even on the Mac you need 3rd party software to unzip. The solution is an app: https://readdle.com/documents
This app will open zipped files, and has in-app purchase options to even read and edit PDFs. After installing the free app you can open the zip from iCloud or using the built-in browser. Once the PDF is unzipped it will be displayed in the app. From there you can use the share button (box with arrow pointing up) to copy it to the Books app.


Re: iPad question

Jim Stutsman
 

One of the annoyances of iOS is that it doesn't handle zip files. Even on the Mac you need 3rd party software to unzip. The solution is an app: https://readdle.com/documents
This app will open zipped files, and has in-app purchase options to even read and edit PDFs. After installing the free app you can open the zip from iCloud or using the built-in browser. Once the PDF is unzipped it will be displayed in the app. From there you can use the share button (box with arrow pointing up) to copy it to the Books app.


iPad question

Pixey
 

Hi Jim,

Is it possible to download a zipped PDF file onto an iPad? If so, how? I am trying to download a digitizing manual into my iBooks, but it doesn’t seem to be working as I would have expected.

Thanks,
Pixey

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