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When the word computerised pops up, technology and automation springs to mind. The same is true for sewing machines and advances in technology have had an impact on the machines that are available today. Traditionally, sewing machines would have had manual or mechanical functionality, although in more recent times, computerised sewing machines have become available for the home. Here, we look into what the advantages are of owning and operating a computerised sewing machine.

What’s the Difference Between Mechanical and Computerised Sewing Machines?

The differences between the two types of sewing machines is where some of the clear benefits can be identified. Although just because one is computerised and the other isn’t, doesn’t necessarily mean one is better than the other and an important fact to consider is the type of sewing you want to be doing.

Essentially the difference comes down to the structure of the machine. Mechanical sewing machines operate from manual functionalities, whereas computerised machines use automated features. These automated processes are one advantage to using a computerised sewing machine.

Computerised Sewing Machine Benefits

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At Sewing Direct, we have a wealth of expertise in sewing machines and computerised machines in particular. If you are unsure of which one is right for you, get in touch with us and we will be happy to help you choose the right machine.

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