The lockstitches on Juki’s lockstitching machines have long been a source of frustration for people who want to repair them, and many have spent hours trying to get them to stay in place.
However, with the recent release of a Jutsu lockstitched machine, it appears there are a few new options to try and fix the problem.
The lockstile, which is a metal frame that holds the stitching, has been available for sale on Ebay for about a month now, but has remained out of stock.
When we went to buy one, we received a note from a seller saying the lockstipe is still out of stocks and was not available for pick-up.
“It is not in stock for pick up or delivery at this time,” the note said.
The owner of the Juki Lockstitch Machine, who asked not to be named, told us he has a couple of options available to repair the lock stitch problem.
First of all, he suggested people take their lockstike apart and put a piece of wire on top to keep the stitching from sticking.
He also said the lock stitching could be removed and replaced with an acrylic or glass one.
Juki says the lock stitcher repair could take a few hours and cost $25, but the company is looking into it and says they are confident in the repair.
If you’re looking to fix your own lockstitchers, the Jutsu locks are available for pre-order at a discounted price of $249.
It’s possible you may not be able to repair your lockstiesser in a few weeks, but you could try to put a wire on the bottom of the lock frame to hold the stitching in place, or perhaps try replacing the lock.