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It was patented to Singer Manufacturing Company on 5 February 1946.The inclined needle bar would become known as the "Slant-needle" and engineering of this new machine would continue over the next several years.It has a nine degree inclined needle-bar and pressure bar for easy vision of work.The inclined needle-bar referred to as a Slant-needle would utilize slant shank feet.The new Slant-needle sewing machine has a 9 degree inclined needle-bar.Singer built an entirely new style electric family sewing machine, embodying many exclusive features that simplify operation, making sewing a pleasure."Represents the Ultimate in Sewing Machine Design and Styling" "The Slant-Needle Sewing Machine Is All About Precision" "The World's Finest Straight Stitch Sewing Machine" "The Most Modern, Streamlined Machine Ever" "The Best Sewing Machine Ever Made" "The Last Word In Sewing Ease" "The Famous Singer 301" "Read About Me" "Legendary" "301" Slant-Needle After World War II, 1939-1945, most sewing machine manufacturers were marketing the same machines they sold prior to the war.

15 degree inclined needle-bar On 17 November 1944 Singer Manufacturing Company applied for a patent with an invention that relates to sewing machines and it has a primary objective to provide an improved sewing machine which will afford better visibility at the stitching point.A built-in electric SINGERLIGHT illuminates the work.The machine has a vertical rotary hook on a horizontal axis that makes a lockstitch.When the parts are inclined greater than 16 degrees, the point of the needle does not always penetrate certain types of materials but tends to be deflected upward, thereby sometimes resulting in the skipping of stitches or in the breaking of needles.Also, with the presser-bar arranged at an angle greater than sixteen degrees to the vertical, the pressure-foot has, combined with its downward movement, and endwise movement which tends to push the work towards the front of the machine, and in a direction opposed to the direction of movement of the work by the feeding mechanism, which is objectionable.

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