These pictures show my midarm setup. The machine is a Voyager 17 and the frame is a stretch Hinterberg. Click on a thumbnail to see a larger picture in the slide show mode. Most all of the accessories were added as a result of tips by women particpating in the Hinterberg and other quilting groups on Yahoo.
This is the stretch frame with the Voyager 17 machine on it. The poles are 12 feet long
A closer view of the saddle chair.
The front view of the Voyager 17 as modified with accessories.
Using curtain rods as quilt lifters.
Storage on rollers under the frame.
The pantograph area.
Another view of the setup with the saddle chair shown.
The label side view of the Voyager 17 as modified with accessories.
The accessory tray on the frame.
The non label side of the Voyager 17 with the cruise control mounted.
The underside from the rear.
The silky smooth secret.
The hidden danger.
Off the frame accessories.
More off frame accessories.
Yet more off the frame accessories
Cruise Control speed sensor sticks out and will hit frame end first
Clamp a small bracket to carriage rail to stop carriage before sensor hits