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Hi guys.
I have been using a brother home coverstitch machine to hem swimwear and I would like to purchase an insdrustrial one. Due to the bulk of the work I have now. Am am a bit confused as to which one I should get.
Is there one I can use for binding, spaghetti straps and to hem or I would need to purchase 2 different industrial coverstitch machines? One machine for heming and another machine for binding and spaghetti straps?
Also where can they be purchased? Locations: the Caribbean islands, Miami or New York or am not sure if I would get them cheaper in Japan or China.

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Can't say where you can order one on Caribbean, but for New York you should visit Sew right.
Binding was my second reason for buying a coverstitch machine (my first one was from Brother too). I wanted a professional hand made look when I just started. My first several attempts to bind my test lycra strips were just laughably awful. But it is possible to bind with coverstitch and you won't need a second machine. It could be tricky, though. 

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