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Union Special Industrial Sewing Machines

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UNION SPECIAL
Model: 35700
Machine Color: Gold

Description: Felling Machine - Feed Off The Arm
Complete: Table, Stand, Motor
Voltage: 220 Volt (110 Volt)
Final sale price is based on availability, condition, and set up

Model: 35800

Model: 35800-B0

Model: 35800-DR

Union Special 54400-J2 Chainlock Sewer

Description:  Union Special 54400-J2 12 Needle Chainlock 
  • Complete with a new table, servo motor, & stand.
  • Bobbinless, Made in USA, With rear puller

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Union Special Industrial Sewing Machines for Sale

Union Special 2200 Bag Closing Machine

            Machine "Head Only" generally refers to:

       Sewing machine head.

       Oil, Manual, Bobbins, Screwdrivers, Thread stand, Knee lifter.

 

       Bobbins and Bobbin winder with lockstitch machines ( if not built into machine).

Machine "Head with power stand" typically includes:

       Singer sewing machine head.

       Stand with laminated top.

       clutch- motor or other motor with wiring, plug, treadle, switch, and choice of pulley size.

       Drawer, Thread stand, Oil, manual, Screwdrivers, and Rest pin.

       Bobbins and Bobbin winder with lockstitch machines ( if not built into machine).

       Knee lifter, Hinges, Belt.


UNION SPECIAL
Model: 35700
Machine Color: Gold

Description: Felling Machine - Feed Off The Arm
Complete: Table, Stand, Motor
Voltage: 220 Volt (110 Volt add: $110)
Final sale price is based on availability, condition, and set up

Model: 35800

Model: 35800-B0

Model: 35800-DR

Union Special 54400-J2 Chainlock Sewer

Description:  Union Special 54400-J2 12 Needle Chainlock 
  • Complete with a new table, servo motor, & stand.
  • Bobbinless, Made inUSA, With rear puller

Details of used second hand old 2nd sewing machines:

1. Examined to confirm that these machine heads are old used second hand complete and in working condition.the result of this examination was satisfactory.

2. Confirm, maintenance of machines has been carried out as per manufacturer’s recommendation, sewing machines are not repaired and not re-conditioned.

3. Certify, sewing machines are in good condition, with proper use and maintenance   they should have residual life of 8 (eight) years.

4. Cost of sewing machines quoted by seller is economical, taking into consideration age, usage and residual life compared with the cost of new sewing machines priced


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The Union Special, known to most by that name in the denim community, is the industrial sewing machine 43200G manufactured by Union Special. Originally manufactured in 1939, it was widely acclaimed to the point that it made the cover of The Needle’s Eye February edition of that year.

The release article published in the magazine proclaimed it to be the newest and finest edition of Edge Lock machines designed for hemming overalls, jackets and other similar garments. For the next 50 years the 43200G was ‘the’ go-to American machine and it’s distinct ‘rope look’ on the hem became the American industry standard.

However in the 1960’s Japanese denim manufacturers started aquiring these machine. In 1989, when Union Special stopped manufacturing them, it created a void in the market place for the ‘classic look’. Specialty denim shops in North America began trying to buy them up but the Japanese had effectively beaten them to the punch.

So – what is it about the Union Special that makes it so special?

The saying: “They don’t make things like they used to” has never been more true. Before textile and garment manufacturers were shut down in droves here in North America and the machines that manufactured those goods were shipped to Asia denim was made here.

Old school American made denim is like nothing else being produced today. Maybe people are just nostalgic for denim that looks like our grandparents used to wear. More likely we are drawn to a certain quality that inexpensive machines with built in obsolescence can’t produce.

So this is where we are now. The limited number of machines that are still in operation need constant care and maintenance since the last machine was manufactured in 1989. When the last of the machines breakdown – we will lose a look that has been the signature of denim from the early part of the last century.

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