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Topic: Can any one elaborate on the differences in the Juki DDL 8300, 8700 and 5550N  (Read 425 times)
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« on: October 08, 2012 09:51:53 PM »

I have been looking around at industrial machines for a little while now and the Jukie DDL 8300, 8700, and 5550N all seem like they would fit my needs.  The specs on these machines are very similar but they are priced about $100 apart.  As the price goes up it seems like you get newer designs but are differences substantial?  Can any one elaborate on how these machines differ and if their differences translate to actual improved sewing performance?

I am willing to spend up < $900 on a machine but I don't want to spend extra money for a machine that doesn't actually sew better than a less expensive machine.
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