Pfaff Machine Horn Sewing Cabinet Insert Filler Plate
Delivery usually takes 14 to 28 days (2 to 4 weeks) for CUSTOM INSERTS, AIR LIFTERS and EXTENSION TABLES and approximately 14 to 28 Working days (4 to 6 weeks) for CABINETS (Subject to Stock Availability), even if next day delivery is selected at checkout!
Further information on the delivery of Horn products can be found here.
The insert is placed in position in the cabinet to fill the gap around the sewing machine, to keep the sewing surface of your machine and the cabinet top level. A larger, wider gap can sometimes be found in some Horn cabinets which will fit the long bed type quilting and embroidery machines.
The filler plate is available in two ways...'Cut' - this way your filler plate is cut to fit your sewing machine make and model and will then fit perfectly into your cabinet to give you a perfect, smooth table top. 'Uncut' - this plate fits into the gap in your cabinet to make a complete flat sewing surface. Gives a larger surface working area and is ideal for craft work, drawing or even your laptop!!
The filler plates come in seven sizes/types...
(1925) - 300mm x 285mm, for the Horn Foldaway sewing table and Hide-away table.
(1927) - 480m x 285mm (Standard size)
(1929) - 530mm x 285mm (Long size)
(1932) - 615mm x 325mm (for the MAXI lift)
(1939) - 545mm x 300mm (New Nova)
(1942) - 615mm x 330mm (for the Quilters Delight and the Elements sewing table)
(1952) - 625mm x 339mm (Maxi Insert, for the Sewers Vision Cabinet)
With an un-cut filler plate you can place a lamp beneath. When the light shines through it highlights your work area...ideal for that intricate work.
Further information about INSERTS and INSETS...
Inserts and insets are available in various sizes to fit all Horns sewing cabinets. The gap in the cabinet is measured to a specific size, this size will correlate to the insert or inset you will receive.
Please see the sizes below:
With an insert, the filler plate sits on top of the cabinet but is secured so will not slide around. The inset filler plate is slotted into place and secured by sitting inside the gap, on a ledge.
As you can see in the picture below, this is the INSERT with the lip:
We also have the INSET with no lip as the picture shows below: