Secrets Of Sewing Machine Repair

Secrets Of Sewing Machine Repair

This full online course for sewing machine repair gives you all of the tips and tools that you need to learn how to repair sewing machines to make money on the side or for a full business. You can learn to do everything from basic repairs to completely rebuild a sewing machine. Some of the lessons in this online course include repair of antique sewing machines, how to set up a business repairing sewing machines, how to sell refurbished machines, how to repair the very difficult-to-manage Serber sewing machines, and how to perform maintenance to keep your machine running at top capacity. This guide gives you everything that you need to know to make money repairing and selling old sewing machines. This business can be as big or small as you want it to be You can choose to make a little bit of money, or a lot! It all depends on what you want. More here...

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Contents: Ebook
Author: David Trumble
Official Website: www.fixasewingmachine.com
Price: $29.95

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The Power of the Portable

Going by the name of Osborne 1, the first machine to really be considered a portable computer (although you would need pretty big thighs to call it a laptop) was produced by Osborne Computers in 1981. Its 125-mm monochrome CRT screen was sandwiched unceremoniously between two hefty 5.25-in. floppy drives, and the thing was provided with a modem port. Weighing 10 kg and coming with a 1,795 price tag, this sewing machine-sized computer came bundled with a collection of software, and its optional battery gave around 2 h of power. A couple of years later Radio Shack's TRS-80 Model 100 was released, a more manageable and modern-looking laptop weighing 8 kg, but with only a small low-resolution monochrome LCD display. The first true notebook-style laptop with a 4 3 LCD display appeared in 1989 in the guise of the NEC UltraLite (running the MS-DOS operating system), and later that year Apple released a competitor in the form of the first Macintosh portable.

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