Built-in stitch regulation is a high-end feature normally found on more expensive professional long-arm quilting machines.
The Block Rockit's stitch regulation has been precisely encoded for a beautiful, consistent stitch. The Block Rockit also has four different stitch modes to give you maximum control over your quilting.
The Block Rockit uses high-resolution encoders to track your quilting movement. It knows when you speed up and slow down, and adjusts the stitch speed accordingly for a consistent stitch length.
The stitch regulation can utilize the Block Rockit's full range of stitch speeds, up to the top speed of 1,800 stitches per minute!
Using some of the quilting machine's stitch modes, you can have the control to set the stitch length or "stitches per inch".
In Precise Mode you control the "stitch per inch" setting for consistently sized stitches. Stitch regulation adjusts the stitch speed as you quilt faster or slower. Precise Mode stops stitching when you stop moving the machine.
In "Cruise" mode, you set the SPI as well as a minimum stitch speed. Regulation adjusts to keep stitches consistent, but whenever you stop or slow your movements, the machine will continue to stitch at the minimum set speed.
This mode is perfect for when you want to do some long basting stitches on the edges of your quilt. You can set the the basting stitch length to short, medium or long.
Manual Mode lets you control the stitch speed of the quilting machine. With the touch of a button on the handle bars, you can increase or decrease the constant speed. This is great for detailed or intricate stitching.
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