YOU HAVE A GEORGOUS NEW KDR-I
NOW WHAT?

I heard you! This page is dedicated to all things KDR-I

  • How to set up your KDR-I (Adjust the Yarn Guide)
  • How to change from Cut Pile to Loop Pile
  • How to change back from Loop Pile to Cut Pile
  • How to Maintain your machine
  • How to change the pile height
  • Troiubleshooting
The New & Improved Zq-II - The 110V KDR- I Loop and Cut Pile Tufting Machine - *Ships Mid February by DHL Express Free* - Punch Needle Supplies NZ
The New & Improved Zq-II - The 110V KDR- I Loop and Cut Pile Tufting Machine - *Ships Mid February by DHL Express Free* - Punch Needle Supplies NZ
The New & Improved Zq-II - The 110V KDR- I Loop and Cut Pile Tufting Machine - *Ships Mid February by DHL Express Free* - Punch Needle Supplies NZ
The New & Improved Zq-II - The 110V KDR- I Loop and Cut Pile Tufting Machine - *Ships Mid February by DHL Express Free* - Punch Needle Supplies NZ
The New & Improved Zq-II - The 110V KDR- I Loop and Cut Pile Tufting Machine - *Ships Mid February by DHL Express Free* - Punch Needle Supplies NZ
The New & Improved Zq-II - The 110V KDR- I Loop and Cut Pile Tufting Machine - *Ships Mid February by DHL Express Free* - Punch Needle Supplies NZ
$520.00

Sale Price: $484

Why the KDR-I?

I get asked this question a lot. Why pick the 2021 KDR-I over the ZQ-II that has the same functions?
The KDR-I is by far a better machine in my books and here is why!

  • First, it does not have moving parts on the sides of the machine. I prefer this because there is less chance of yarn getting snagged in a piece on the side. 
  • It's lighter! It is 2.0kgs as opposed to 2.5kgs
  • Less exposed moving parts means a better machine as there is less chance of the parts being bumped or broken.
  • It has built in Speed Control. However now my ZQ-IIs do as well.
  • The trigger is smooth and easy to hold down. Also because of it's setup it's less prone to breaking. 

Is there anything I need to be aware of when buying a KDR-I?

*This machine requires more frequent oiling than most guns*

Video 1: How to Adjust Your Yarn Guide

Video 2: Changing from Cut Pile to Loop Pile

More coming soon!