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redmadder

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I have no idea what these go to but maybe someone will take them for the postage.

GROZ-BECKERT  Made in Portugal  B 27  Code 3660  DCX27  100/16

The other package is Singer 16 X 231  Maybe a dozen needles in that one.

Both kinds have round shafts, no flat spot.

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On the chart, the DCx27 is a 81x1 or 82x1, but I know not what they fit.  The 16x231
is what my German Phoenix uses.  I sent a pm, but it is apparently not getting through.
I could give them a home.
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John, the 16X231 are spoken for.  When I try to send you a PM, it says you are not accepting messages.  ????  We'll have to ask if there is some trick to this?
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My contact info says that my pm is enabled, guess I need help from a monitor
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I have a Rimaldi Commercial Serger that fits the B27. I have more needles then I could ever use but thought maybe someone else might look at their industrials and be able to use them. Very nice of you to offer them!
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Hello, newish member here, I see that someone said that one of the needles that you are offering is also known as an 81x1.  That is what I am looking for for my Casige, I believe.  I am still confuzled about needle sizes/styles.  It says "Needle Nr. 12/80 (81x1)" printed underneath.  The needle that is in the machine is broken off, but the shank is fully round with no flat spot.  Is it a match?

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Tammy, the 12/80 is the size of the needle shaft that pierces the fabric. The (American) 12 is an arbitrary number, but the 80 (European) 80/100 of a millimeter, or .8mm.  The 81x1  is the the class number, however different manufacturers designate this class needle by differing number systems....
Schmetz 03:33 1
Groz-Beckert 286.202  BC09RG
Also known as..... B27,  DCX1, DMX1,  MY1023A
You will find lots of them on ebay.
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