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jmstopp

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Can anyone help me with a pattern or the dimensions of the drawer and rails for the iron work stand for a Singer 29-4 cobbler machine?
Thanks in advance.

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Sure.  Someone else asked the same thing a while ago:  https://projects.foxharp.net/sewing_machines_misc/singer_29-4_drawer_dimensions/

This is from a 1916 machine.  There's a very short README there, at the bottom of all the thumbnails.

Let me know if anything needs clarifying -- I can get the tape out again.

paul

p.s. Do you have drawings/plans for your table?

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Perfect.
Thank you so much for the help.
I'll work on pics and dimensions of the work table for you.
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Actually, Steve already put together his drawings. 

https://www.victoriansweatshop.com/post/singer-294-table-9822980?pid=1305149708

If you already have some and can post them that would be great, but don't go to a lot of effort if you don't.

Thanks!

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Pretty good drawing.
Here's some pics of mine.

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Nice work.  Do you find the extra gap around the arm to be a problem?  I've always pictured it much more close-fitting than that, but if it works, it would clearly be a lot easier.

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The gap doesn't cause a problem at all.
Whatever material you're sewing doesn't know the difference and if you drop something really small it will fall through and not wedge between the work table and the arm.
My rough cut gap was tighter but as I finished it out that's where I ended up. No problem...No regrets.
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