With our experience in the industry, chances are we’ve seen it, heard of it, sold it, or fixed it. If your question isn’t answered here, then just give us a call.

Can I use my Tax ID when purchasing? 
Absolutely. We work mostly with businesses. Please create a customer account and plug in your appropriate tax id information. 

Thread Color Accuracy 
There will be subtle differences between what you see on your screen and what you get on a spool. Note a few things; 
A) All computer monitors display slightly different colors 
B) Thread manufactures’ batches vary ever so slightly
C) Bonding makes a spool look darker until it is machine sewn
If you are selecting a wide array of colors and need the tightest accuracy, we recommend you get a thread color swatch book to preview the thread in hand, instead of on a computer screen.

Can I return thread that isn't the correct color?
Only if we send you the wrong color than what was ordered.

I need a more specialized machine that what is listed here on the website.
We have kept our offerings simple on the website to lessen confusion. We have many more machines and can procure any machine you may need. An example may be that you need something other than our standard ¼” needle gauge. Call us for other available sizes.

I need support after I get my new machine. Can you help?
In short, yes. Most businesses who purchase a new industrial sewing machine are not buying their first. Therefore, we are not in the tutorial business. However, if you are having issues with a machine you got from us, we will provide support. Sometimes that is a phone call, sometimes it’s a visit to your facility by a mechanic. So yes, we support our customers.

New sewing machine scratched during delivery
Always inspect the sewing machine BEFORE signing for it. There will probably be small scuffs or scratches to the table legs or tabletop during shipping. This is normal for industrial shipping. However, on very rare occasion, there is real damage done to a machine during transit. 

Should I inspect the machine at delivery? YES.
Always inspect the sewing machine BEFORE signing for it. Small scratches are normal for industrial transit. However, rare cases (about one every 5 years) there is real damage to the functionality of the machine. Reject the delivery. We will then help you get a new machine. Remember that the Bill of Lading is a legal document stating that the shipment was received in good condition. Always inspect the sewing machine BEFORE signing for it. If you sign for a non working machine we will not be able to dispute it with the trucking company.

What Happens if my machine has suffered substantial damage during transit?
Inspect the machine upon delivery. If it is damaged, DO NOT sign for it. Simply reject the delivery.  If you failed to inspect before accepting the delivery and there is significant damage, then take photos, and document the damage.  In these cases we will have to get together with you and determine an approach to resolving the issue with the delivery company in question. We want to make sure you get a good delivery, but we cannot just eat the cost. We are a business.

Can you deliver outside the continental United States?
Yes, but you will need to give us a phone call in order to set this up. Purchase your machine here online if you wish and select pick up as the shipment option. We can set up shipping afterward when you call. 

What are your Restocking Fees?
25%. See the Return Policy for important details. Thanks for your understanding.

Can I pick up the machine I ordered? YES.
We have a loading dock where you can pick up your machine during our regular business hours. We will give you a hand putting it on your truck. 

Do you repair industrial sewing machines? YES.
But not every machine is able to be repaired. We don’t work on antique sewing machines – sorry. We are happy to take a look at your machine and can usually have it back to you in a day or two if we don’t have to order some obscure part.

Can you get an obscure industrial part for me?
Probably, we’ll need some information first. The part number and machine model number would be the best clues. If you have already searched google and come up empty, then give us a call. Keep in mind that we will need information to find your part.