Well, I'd still prefer the post machine even though I salute those who can do it with a flatbed.Delormea » Tue Mar 24, 2015 4:57 pm wrote:Ive tried with cement, and bull clips, but then wrinkles form. I'm going to try decreasing presser foot pressure and see if that will keep the layers from being misaligned. Thanks
That said...and just a thought...I think you already know about the "orange peel" effect even if only instinctively. I suspect that's what you're dealing with.
I always do a hung lining and I always have the uppers assembled and closed before I mount that lining.
I always use an inside counter piece. I can all but mount my lining (which has been cut to allow for the inside counter) and then slip the inside counter into place. At which point I will mark where it overlaps the front part of the lining and recut the lining. Dismount everything, and recut and skive and then...and only then...start assembling / closing the lining. Once I put it back in the shoe, a lot of those issues have been resolved.
Hard to describe and harder to know if it is of any help. Maybe....
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