Juki Exceed HZL F600 Quilt Pro Special Computerized Sewing Machine
If you want a machine that gives you creative freedom and many different ways to complete your project with style, the Juki HZL-F600 Quilt Pro Special is the computerized sewing machine you need!
The Juki HZL-F600 has included numerous features to ensure you get amazing stitch quality every time. No matter if you’re a beginner or a sewing pro, you’ll be able to complete your garments, home décor projects and quilting projects with professional results every time.
The Juki HZL-F600 gives you the option to select frequently used stitches and patterns through the touch panel. You can access the other 225 stitch and pattern choices through the LCD screen and navigation keys.
The presser foot can be lifted using the traditional lever or the knee lever on the back of the machine. If the knee-lift lever is used, presser foot can be raised up to 12mm to accommodate the extra thick layers of your project.
There are 16 types of button-holes that can be created on the Juki HZL-F600 with the sensor method on this machine. It also has an automatic threader to help you easily thread your needle and an auto trimmer for your threads when you need it. The trimmer can be triggered with a button on the body of the machine or with the heel portion of the machine’s foot controller.
The LED lighting system with 2 bright lights makes it easy for you to see every fine detail of your machine and the project you're sewing. There are 29 included accessories with your purchase of the Juki HZL-F600, among them a hard cover to protect your machine and a wide extension table for larger projects.
The Juki HZL-F600 - A Workhouse Beyond Comparison!
Major Features for Perfect Stitch Quality
Foot Controller with Thread Trimming Function
HZL-F series trims both needle and bobbin threads automatically by pressing the heel side of the foot controller. It is also possible to trim threads with a button located at machine body.
With this feature you can concentrate on your project while automatically cutting the thread!
|Automatic Needle Threader|
|Easy Bobbin Thread Winding / Quick Bobbin Preparation|
|Dual LED Light System|
Wide Sewing Space
HZL-F series has a wider underarmspace, with a wider table. It is more enjoyable and comfortable to work with large projects.
- Zig Zig foot
- Overcasting foot
- Blindhem foot
- Edge Sewing foot
- Auto Buttonhole foot
- Manual Buttonhole foot
- Patchwork foot
- Smooth foot
- Open Toe foot
- Quilting Free Motion foot
- Walking foot
- Zipper foot
- Quilt Guide
- Auxiliary Spool Pin
- Hard Shell Cover
- Bobbins (4)
- Spool Caps (Small, Medium, Large)
- Special Screw Driver
- Auxiliary Spool Pin
- Knee Lifter Lever
- Seam Ripper
- Eyelet Punch
- Lint Brush
- Needle Pack
- Twin Needle
- Wide Extension Table
- Foot Control
- Power Cord
- Instructional Manual
Juki HZL-F and HZL-DX Series Specifications:
- Machine weight – 21 lbs.
- Machine Dimensions: 18” wide x 8.25” deep x 11.5” high
- Throat size – 8” (From needle to right) 4.5” high
- Bed Size – 12.25” wide x 8” deep
- 5 Years Against Mechanical Defects
- 2 Years Against Electrical Defect
- 90 Days Adjustments on Defects in Material or Workmanship.
So much easier than my old 20 year Kenmore. The thread cutter saves so much time. Automatic buttonholer as well. I had problems with sore shoulders, but with this machine my shoulders are much better. The best part is sewing through multiple layers of fabric. Works like a charm. The lighting is so much better with two bulbs!
I spent time researching several machines before making my purchase and I am sure I made the right decision with the Juki Excel HZL F600. It produces very good quality stitches and sews smoothly and evenly, qualities for which Juki machines are known . The machine handled 9 layers of fabric without a hiccup; the built in threader is very helpful and there are many other features I've yet to explore. The price was very reasonable for a machine of its quality and versatility. Sew and Vac Direct shipped my sewing machine quickly and it arrived at my door within days of placing my order. My new Juki is going to make a good companion in the challenging weeks that lie ahead. Love my Juki!
I was using my 30 year old Necchi and it couldn’t take the amount of quilting I was doing. I bought this because of the workhorse reputation and so far, it has certainly met my expectations.
never misses a beat... love it more than any other
Great sewing machine!
Purchased this machine a year ago to replace an old Kenmore basic. I wanted all the bells and whistles and boy did I get them with this machine. I am still trying to figure out how to use all of the features and stitches but it sews like a dream. I bought it so for free motion quilting but am finding out that there is a learning curve with this skill so I am slowly working on improving by taking classes. This machine is heavy, because it is solid and not made entirely of plastic, the insides are metal so I think it will hold up for the long haul. It comes with so many extra accessories and the best part is the hands free thread cutter and the independent bobbin winder. I also love the additional larger quilting bed that you can add on if you need more surface area to hold your quilt. I am happy with the purchase.
User friendly and great for a beginner, like me. The extra features will also allow me to expand my technique as I learn.
I haven't had the machine very long, but I have worked with it this week and it is a nice addition to my sewing room. Even with a 90/14 Micro tech needle, it has a little difficulty going through layers of fabric at corners of items. The stitch quality is excellent. It's a little less intuitive than other machines I own; it's a little goofy in the way you save and retrieve saved stitches. The F600 does have a good selection of utility stitches and the box feed is super. I own a Viking, Pfaff CS and Bernina 730, Babylock serger, and a Juki 2010, so I have a range for comparison. The F600 is a good all purpose machine.
I have enjoyed using the machine . . . it is a little louder than what I had heard about it. I am a little bummed out because I was supposed to receive a bonus package with, i.e., needles, bobbins, etc., with purchase and I am still waiting for it. It has a good stitch, but I find that if the fabric is too thin there will be some difficulty with stitches. But I rarely work with real thin fabrics so the problem is not huge.