Singer n28 Sewing machine (Hand crank) year 1886Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Smartphone Photogrammetry of the famous 28 model produced in 1886, later rebranded as 128 that had up to 24 versions, and was discontinued in 1962.
The Singer VS3 (later re-branded 28 and then 128) was introduced in 1886 as a 3/4 size version of the VS2. Paralleling its big brother, the VS3 underwent several minor modifications, during its lifetime before finally becoming the 128K. The changeover from fiddle base to a rectangular base took place around 1893/94. The smaller VS3, 28, 128’s were mainly manufactured as portable hand crank machines, but they were harder to use at high speed. Each time the crank handle turned it produced three rotations of the balance wheel making three stitches, but it did cause arm ache over time!