Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine

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  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
  • Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine
MSRP: $1,699.00
$1,399.00
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Description

Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine

If you are looking for a high-performance machine that is still light on the budget and easy to carry around, the Juki HZL-DX7 is exactly what you are need! Focusing on making a machine that is user-friendly, efficient, and full of great features, this sewing machine is what every sewist would love to own.

The Juki HZL-DX7 is one of the higher end machines that Juki makes. It can be used to make even and consistent straight stitches, great zigzag stitching, and beautiful free-motion quilting.

For beautifully even stitches, the Juki “box feed” is integrated into this machine, ensuring consistent and even fabric feeding. The HZL-DX7 handles thicker fabrics and layers beautifully thanks to this unique feeding system and can stitch through any type of fabric whether lightweight, heavyweight, or stretch.

If you would like your quilts to come out beautifully without any stitch pulling, just set the Juki HZL-DX7 to sew with the presser foot lifted and floating ever so slightly at a setting of your choice.

Button holes are created with ease through the sensor buttonholing system that Juki uses. There are 16 choices of buttonholes types so you can choose which one best suits your project.

With the Juki HZL-DX7, you can select patterns and stitches with the touch panel and choose from 80 stitches including alphabetical/numerical fonts! 

There are buttons that are easy and quick to select that control the machine, including reverse or lock stitch, thread trim, needle up or down, start or stop, and auto-lift presser foot. You can also assign a function to the foot switch/pedal’s heel portion for easy access.

Sewing speed on the Juki HZL-DX7 can be adjusted to a maximum of 1050 stitches made in a minute. For ease of use, if you need to sew on tight corners or be particularly precise with your stitches, you can use the low-speed or inching sewing function. Your stitches can also be adjusted in length or width with the easy adjustment dial.

The machine comes with 30 accessories, and includes the Juki warranty of 5 yrs mechanical parts, 2 yrs electronic parts, and 90 days on defects whether of workmanship or material.

The Juki HZL-DX7 - A Feature-Rich Dream Machine!

Features:

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Box feed - Juki industrial sewing machine technology - The Juki industrial "BOX Feed" system has been brought to the home sewing machine. Our BOX Feed allows you to create perfect high-quality stitches on all types of fabrics. The BOX Feed system stays in contact with your fabrics longer for a consistent, reliable seam every time.

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Evenly sews thick fabrics effortlessly - Even thick materials like denim folded into multiple layers!

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Stitching thin or fine fabrics - No fabric shrinkage, even sewing on lightweight cotton.

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Evenly feeds hard-to-sew high pile fabrics - Stitch towels and other high-pile fabrics.

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Float function prevents uneven seams - By pressing the float button, you can sew with the presser foot slightly raised. Raising the presser foot to float allows you to sew fabrics without pushing layers or creating uneven seams.

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Sew with the presser foot slightly floated - The height of the presser foot can be set in increments of 0.1 mm, allowing delicate adjustment according to the materials.

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Using the float function - The standard presser foot is used in both cases.

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Not using the float function - Pressure on layers creates uneven seams.

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Easily create and enjoy beautiful buttonholes with Juki's combination of industrial background and modern technology - Use the buttonhole sensor system for optimal feed on all types of fabric. You will love the one step buttonhole as it measures and evenly sews on both the right and left sides. Automatically works in optimum order for a perfectly finished buttonhole.

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Clamping plate - The buttonhole-sewing presser foot contains a clamping plate, so you can confidently feed fabrics by holding them between the clamping plate and the presser foot.

 

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16 types of buttonhole - A wide variety of buttonholes are available for your needs.

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Cutting width adjustment of the buttonhole - It is even possible to adjust the cutting width in 3 easy steps.

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Easy-to-use Quick Select buttons

  • Start/stop
  • Reverse stitch
  • Lock stitch
  • Thread trimming
  • Needle up/down
  • Presser foot auto lift

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Foot switch function - Allowing for greater versatility, Juki now offers assigned foot control options. With the ability to assign function to the heel side of the foot controller you can now lift the presser foot, trim threads, reverse stitch or single stitch by pressing on the heel side of the foot controller.

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Optional presser foot pivot function - When you stop sewing, the needle stops in the down position and presser foot automatically lifts to allow for fabric movement. Sew corners or pivot with ease, and when you resume sewing the presser foot automatically lowers for continuous smooth sewing. You can also activate the option for the presser foot to automatically lift after thread trimming, which allows quick removal of fabrics.

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Adjustable starting/reverse stitch speed  - You can adjust the starting and reverse stitch speed between three levels: fast, normal, and slow.

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Lock stitch - For the lock stitch at the start and the end of sewing, you can choose two kinds: "Reverse stitch" and "Lock stitch". If you press the lock stitch button in the middle of sewing a pattern, the machine stops after sewing one cycle of the pattern.

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Low-speed Inching sewing - By pressing and holding the needle up/down button, you can sew slowly. Sew corners, stop, and start with precision.

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Automatic needle threader - Simply place the thread in the guide and lower the lever. Easily and quickly thread a needle with one hand.

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Elongation pattern - Change the overall length without changing the sewing density of the pattern.

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Stitch adjustment dial - Use the easy-to-operate dial to adjust the width and length of the stitch. The dial also lets you make slight adjustments while sewing zig zag stitches.

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Free motion - Flip the switch and drop your feed dogs. Enjoy both straight stitch and specialized zig zag for free motion. Adjust the presser foot height for easy movement. Enjoy the freedom of free motion.

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Direct stitch pattern selection - Often-used sewing patterns such as straight lines, overcast stitches, and zigzag patterns can be quickly selected via direct buttons. You can also adjust the sensitivity of the touch panel.

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One-point patterns - The decorative patterns can be sewn as one point patterns. It is also lovely to create an original tag by combining these patterns with the character stitches.

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Character stitch - The 80 included stitch patterns contain three alphabetic/numeric fonts. Up to ten often-used patterns such as names and initials can be saved in the memory.

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Corner sewing of applique - The stitch width of the needle can be set to automatically and gradually change to achieve a stitch that gives a beautiful finish even to the corner of an applique or the start / end of a line of sewing. By adjusting the width and length, you can also control the angles of your design.

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Lace-like patterns - Sewing several patterns in parallel creates lovely lace-like stitches. You can enjoy the combination of patterns that give the image of dedicated lace braid.

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Straight stitch slide plate - Simply slide the front lever to switch to a single needle hole! Sew the lightest fabrics with perfect needle permeation. The single needle plate will not allow fabrics to be pushed into the needle hole. Sew with confidence. When the single needle hole plate is set, only the straight stitch patterns can be selected.

(Pictured: needle hole for straight stitches)

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(Pictured: normal needle hole)

Included Accessories:

  • Standard presser foot (A)
  • Zipper presser foot (B)
  • Overcasting presser foot (C)
  • Blind stitch presser foot (D)
  • Buttonhole presser foot (E)
  • Manual buttonhole presser foot (I)
  • Walking foot (N)
  • Patchwork presser foot (P)
  • Quilt presser foot (Q)
  • Bobbin (4)
  • Needle set HA X 1 #11(1); #14(1); #16(1); for knit #11(1)
  • Twin needle
  • Quilt guide
  • Auxiliary spool pin
  • T-shape screwdriver
  • Ripper / cleaning brush
  • Spool cap (large)
  • Spool cap (medium)
  • Spool cap (Small)
  • Foot controller
  • Knee-lifting lever
  • Power cord
  • Hard case
  • Instruction manual
  • Operation support DVD
  • Open toe presser foot (O)
  • Edge sewing presser foot (R)
  • Smooth presser foot (T)
  • Eyelet punch / wide table
  • Extension table

Specifications:

  • Dimensions – 445 W x 291 H x 210 D mm (Approx. 17.9” x 11.4” x 8.2”)
  • Dimensions with case – 510 W x 305 H x 257 D mm (Approx. 20” x 12” x 10.1”)
  • Arm Size – 203 x 112mm (8.0" x 4.4")
  • Weight - 10.3kg (21.6lbs)
  • Maximum stitch speed – max. 1050 stitches per minute

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

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • 5 Years Mechanical Defects
  • 2 Years Electrical
  • 90 Days Adjustments on Defects in Material or Workmanship
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Juki HZL-DX7

    Posted by Jennifer Buescher on 25th Jun 2018

    My sewing machine is wonderful it came earlier than expected . Love quilting on it,Would totally recommend this machine five stars

  • 5
    Works as advertised

    Posted by Customer on 9th May 2018

    Works exactly as advertised. No issues whatsoever. Received 3 days sooner than promised

  • 5
    Juki DX7 Sewing Machine

    Posted by Moira MacAvoy on 8th Feb 2018

    This machine was exactly what I was hoping for. I also have a Juki 2200 Mini, which I love, but it's very heavy and only does straight stitch. The DX7 sews a nice, balanced straight stitch, also zig zags and free motion quilts beautifully. It is a sturdy machine, but light enough to take to workshops without straining my back. And I love the presser foot pivot feature for machine applique. My only complaint this that the hand wheel is somewhat difficult to turn, but you can use a button to raise and lower the needle so it's not a big problem.

  • 5
    Juki HZL-DX7 Computerized Sewing and Quilting Machine

    Posted by Customer Moe on 10th Feb 2017

    I am really impressed with this machine. It is a lot of machine for the value. This is my second Juki. The first was the TL 2010Q both machines are good quality machines. I have owned top line Janome machines (11000/9000) and currently the Brother Dream Machine. The Juki DX7 would be a great machine for full time home sewing use with a lot of fun extras. Being a quilter I plan to use it for classes and a backup machine. The decorator stitches are quality and look as nice as my Brother Dream Machine. The machine is light enough for transport to class and still have the bells and whistles that I like.

  • 5
    Juki is my new favorite brand-both my serger and my sewing machine

    Posted by JemezMama on 21st Sep 2016

    I have used this machine for several months now. I really like it. It is relatively quiet, and it operates very easily and sews very evenly too. I had it up and running in less than an hour out of the box. The settings are pretty intuitive once you understand the little graphic icons and what they mean. The button holes it makes are wonderful. The appliqué stitches are even and easy to select. I like that they can be adjusted for size. I have not had to adjust tension for anything, leaving it on the "Auto" setting.

    The presser foot that raises slightly when stopping with the needle down makes turning the fabric a breeze. You don't have to use one had to raise the lever so you can keep both hands on the project. The multi-function foot control is my favorite feature! I have it set to cut the thread when I push on the rear of it. This saves so much time when doing lots of sewing. I have a shop on Etsy and have been busy making cotton drawstring project bags. My new Juki has saved me lots of time and made sewing even more fun. I highly recommend this machine.

    The automatic threader works well and consistently. Follow what the manual tells you to do: Line up the hand wheel on the side with the notch on the machine and pull the lever slowly-don't be in a rush and don't force it. If you do that, it will thread the needle very easily. The other places where thread can be cut-on the bobbin winder, on the bobbin case and on the side of the machine for the auto threader, all work very very easily.

    The only "con" is the bobbin. The automatic bobbin winder works well, but it clicks "off" with the bobbin only about 2/3 full. Bummer. When doing lots of sewing, that means stopping to refill a bobbin. Even though the bobbin can be wound with its own separate motor, I have to stop sewing to do that.

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