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Number: 112/126
Name: Sewing > Work manipulating > Trimmers > Laterally adjustable
Description: Adjustable to and from the line of feed.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5205231 Self-adjusting presser foot for assembler sewing machines Apr. 27, 1993
5129338 Adjusting device for a lower knife of a sewing machine Jul. 14, 1992
4953484 Overedge sewing machine for cutting the edge of a fabric while sewing an overedge stitch Sep. 4, 1990
4892047 Sewing machine for feeding and cutting ribbon like pieces of different widths Jan. 9, 1990
4690079 Overedge width regulating device for overedging sewing machines Sep. 1, 1987
4244310 Zigzag sewing machine with a trimming device Jan. 13, 1981

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