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My Grandma wanted a dedicated bobbin winder. She liked the way one of her sewing machines wound them so I copied the setup it had. I made it ...
little DC motorDowel that fits the bobbinWoodEpoxyWashers NutsBoltBasic tools
I had an old nail sander that I took the motor out of.I took the switch out as well.
Cut a short piece of dowel and sand the end round.Drill a hole in the flat end slightly smaller in diameter as the motor shaft.Press the dowel on ...
I found some washer and domed them with a ball peen hammer.Put the to washers on first domed sides together then the two nuts tightening the two nuts ...
Layout where about you would like everything placed and mark the locations.
Drilled a hole in a piece of wood the size of the motor part way through. Then drilled a smaller hole for the arbor.Drill a hole in the ...
Center the motor in the housing and glue i with epoxy.Then glue the motor housing to the back board. I cut a small piece of wood and glued ...
I took the C battery box off and soldered a AA one I had in the junk drawer. Screw the switch and battery pack to the back.Thought AA ...
Got an empty bobbin and thread turned it on and it works like a charm.There you have it a Dedicated Recycled Bobbin Winder.
My Grandma wanted a dedicated bobbin winder. She liked the way one of her sewing machines wound them so I copied the setup it had. I made it with scraps I had lying around. Works pretty good.
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