ARTISTIC 18030-18031,240135,240518 USER.f572cd56-905f-432a-b418-ce07581ffde6 Left & Right Zipper Walking Foot & Needle Plate ,Feed Dog for Consew 206RB Does not apply
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Left & Right Zipper Walking Foot & Needle Plate ,Feed Dog for Consew 206RB

Left & Right Zipper Walking Foot & Needle Plate ,Feed Dog for Consew 206RB

$22.98 (2% off)
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Location: Northridge, California

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MPN : [18030-18031,240135,240518]
Compatible Brand : [YAMATA, For Brother, For Consew, For Juki]
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Item Specifics

  • Consew206RB,Walking Foot Kit,         
      1-Needle Plate
        2ea. Screws for plate and feed dog
      1- Feed Dog.
      1set-Left Zipper Foot
      1set-Right Zipper Foot
  • Consew : 206RB

    Juki : DNU-241, DNU-1541,

    Nakajima : 280L

    Seiko : STH8BL

    And more!!



Customer Reviews

Four and Half Stars
4.4 out of 5 stars based on 5 reviews
Five Stars
Works great!
We have a cellular hotspot box for internet. It's about all there is available here and it has data caps. We ordered Starlink when it became available to us. Starlink reviews and even the company itself says that we will have some drops. I set this router up with wan1 being starlink and wan2 the cell box, turned on load-balancing, then failover, and it works perfectly. (I don't know why load-balancing has to be turned on for failover, but just turning on failover did not work). It works better than expected! It even keeps Alexa(s), my alarm system, google, and all my smart devices connected if wan1 fails and I really didn't expect that. I tested this by just unplugging wan 1. To be clear, Starlink hasn't failed yet, or if it did, I didn't notice because of this router. Very cool!
Four Stars
TL-R605 not quite ready
The TL-R605 is good, but not excellent, so far. Changes save and load quickly. In my three weeks of use, the TL-R605 is stable. The DHCP setup interface is clumsy. The DHCP client list is not sorted and the order of devices changes on every page refresh, making it difficult to find devices. There is no complete list of all devices on the network. Devices with Static IP's don't show up, as well as many other (sleeping?) devices. That makes mixed static and DHCP address reservations for my printers, AP's and NAS's difficult. (I must instead rely on my older Asus-Merlin wifi-router that I have set up as an access point, to create a complete list of devices on the network.) The process of reserving each IP address on the DHCP address reservation list requires visiting two webpages in the setup. There doesn't appear to be a local dns service running on the TL-R605 router, so I could not setup and refer to devices by name (e.g. "") in a webbrowser. I've been accustomed to these features in my older asus-merlin wifi-router. I am hopeful that a future firmware update for the TL-R605 will make the DHCP setup cleaner and easier to use! I am not experienced in the VLAN or other advanced features, and I have not tested the speed, so I will not comment in those areas. I am hoping to get my feet wet in VLAN using this router in my home setup. These comments refer to: TP-Link TL-R605 v1.0 Firmware: v1.0 1.0.0 Build 20200930 Rel.36519 (initial release)
Five Stars
Works great!
I got starlink back in March as a backup provider to my main ISP. I used my internet heavily for working at home, and have no cellular for internet available as a normal backup. My ISP goes down on occasion, sometimes for a day, and Starlink has provided me with a well needed backup. Starlink itself is a little spotty for me, being in beta, but no complaints. Now for the purpose of this device. Having two sources of internet is useful, but needing to switch my Wifi access point manually to access one or the other is not convenient. If one goes down, I'd have to manually switch to the other, and back. What I wanted was a single Wifi access point that accepted two incoming WANs, and just handled everything for me. This devices does the trick. My setup has my cable modem plugging into this device as the primary WAN1, and Starlink going to its own wifi router, then to this TP-Link as the WAN2. The Starlink router is not needed as a middleman, but allows me to access it directly if I really wanted, otherwise it's transparent to this setup. Finally this TP-link's LAN port plugs into my main Mesh Wifi's WAN, providing Wifi to my entire home and outdoors. So two ISPs on one wifi access point. This TP-link device seems to allow for using both WANs by whatever random choices it decides, by dividing bandwidth at whatever ratio you specify based on manually entered bandwidth approximation limits, or my preferred method which is a failover setup. It took some digging, but I finally found the ability to specify WAN1 (my ISP) as primary, and WAN2 (starlink) as failover. This basically says that all internet goes through WAN1 until it goes offline, then WAN2 instantly goes online. There is a status page showing the online/offline status of both in the admin panel, and loggers showing exactly when the primary goes offline/online if it does. This is more advanced than the over-simple WifI admin portals I'm used to for sure. My ISP has only gone down twice in the past few months, but both times Starlink has been automatically brought up, allowing continued internet use, with minimal interruption aside from starlink's occasional blips. This device has great price and small hardware footprint compared to other devices that seem larger in size, features and price-- when all I need is the ability to support two WAN ports.
Four Stars
Good. DHCP is Clumsy. No DNS.
I absolutely could not believe this could be had for anything like sixty bucks! If it didn't have all the Omada stuff (which I don't use because I don't know enough about it yet and because a lot of my network stuff is pretty old) this thing would still be an absolute steal! I have two (total) of the ports configured as WAN ports. On the one that's a fixed WAN port, I've got an LM1200 LTE modem. That's T-Mobile. On the second port, which can be configured as WAN or LAN, I've got a TP-link ADSL/VDSL modem that I already had. This router, of course does all the actual connecting once the modems are done syncing. The T-Mobile (4G LTE) on the WAN port connected immediately, in under 15 seconds and all I had to do was click on the settings it came up with. It has a NanoSIM, of course, and it doesn't even need user | pass. The DSL on the WAN/LAN port, was another story. It came up with everything (Except username and password, of course), but it just wouldn't connect. It even had me thinking the password must not be what I thought it was. Well, at >major east coast telecom provider< (starts with a "V"), there are at least 3 levels of techs between you and the guy who can actually do something with the DSLAM at the other end. Put me through the wringer all day. I finally got one of them to create a repair ticket. According to this thing's log, they tried pinging it at 12:33 while we were grocery shopping and the router called it a "ping of death" and just tossed it. Then there were a few lines above my pay grade. Then at 12:58 another "ping of death" and seconds later, it connected!! The point is, it was the other end's fault. One of the techs had told me they don't even use Username and Password on the DSL lines anymore, but I consider that a rumor. My best guess is that the DSLAM encountered a brand new router on the other end with a different MAC address and all, considered it "suspicious" or something, and refused to connect. The point is, it connected immediately when it could, without me doing anything except talking to tech support "monkeys" for hours, but that's absolutely not this router's fault! And it keeps a great log! The ports are all gigabit! My whole wired network, now, is gigabit thanks to this thing. It has MANY, MANY settings. Pretty much anything you could want. It doesn't have wireless, but that's actually kind of a plus; it makes it so you can choose your wireless AP's carefully and get good stuff. You can have up to 4 internet sources with this thing!! It has (In a pulldown menu) PPPoE, Static IP, Dynamic IP, L2TP, and PPTP. The LTE is Dynamic IP, BTW. I also have a 24 port gigabit switch (also TP-Link), so I could actually even more without running out of ports. I consider this device to be an awful lot of bang for the buck! Very intelligently engineered! As for me, specifically, I'm watching YouTube videos at either 720P or 1080P, as the wife is watching Korean "dramas" on a Roku and an Android pad all at the same time. It's just smooth. And, finally our phone line got so bad a few days ago, that one could not hear a phone call over all the snapping and crackling. The DSL tried to hang in, but eventually, the modems gave up, at least for awhile, and disconnected. You wouldn't even know unless you looked it up in the router!!! We still had good internet!! So, I can also vouch for the load balancing and the failover! I'd buy it again in an instant! In fact, if I remember right, it also gives you several choices for how to determine if a connection is up. Again, if I remember right, default is a ping. But it knew the DSL modem had disconnected and it knew when it reconnected. What's not to like?
Five Stars
Starlink + ISP multi-WAN failover, works perfect
Purchased for my home and I was able to get it setup in just a few minutes with my Verizon FIOS internet. I was looking for a gigabit device to replace my old 10/100 Belkin router, and I didn't need wifi because I have a powerful access point (TPLink AX10) on my 2nd floor that covers the whole house. Just plugged the WAN port into my modem, and use 2 of the LAN ports to go to a gigabit switch on my basement floor, and upstairs to the AX10 setup in access point mode and also being used for switch ports. Video games and Zoom calls performing extremely well with this router compared to the old one. If you're looking to use this as a business device, it looks like it has a lot of options for multiple WAN connections (internet redundancy) and even setting up site-to-site VPN access. I didn't need any of that for my house, but it was still a great router for the price.
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