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Subject: My Toyota will go up to something like 1100, but I rarely set it over 600 or 700. Above that and it starts to shake and shimmy and I fear it will get damaged. It sits on carpet on the second floor, maybe I don't have it stable enough.

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Date Posted: Sunday, March 23, 11:38:38am
In reply to: ?? 's message, "What is the max speed for those of you using the large extension table on Tajima's or Toyota machines? Mine is 700rpms I believe? Is there a way to have it set faster as though you were using a smaller hoop with higher rpms?" on Sunday, March 23, 08:53:45am

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700 is the max for the X-Panto frame. It will go faster with smaller frames, like the border frame (NT).Sunday, March 23, 12:18:30pm

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