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Back in 1997 it was possible to get a computerized sewing machine, one that would allow you to program custom stitch combinations. But you'd expect to pay a premium price.
So when Janome introduced the Memory Craft 3000--a computerized machine at an affordable price--it soon became a favorite.
The MC3000 allowed you to combine its 30 built-in stitches in combinations of up to 50 stitches. All just by pushing a few buttons. It also featured nifty features like an easy-to-read LCD display, a needle threader, Auto Lock key, and an Up/Down needle position.
But even more important than advanced electronics, the MC3000 was a sturdy machine with the power to sew through the thickest fabrics. And it could speed along at 820 stitches per minute with excellent stitch quality. You can still get the manual as a PDF in our Janome's Retired Machine section. Go to the MC3000 page and look under Specifications. Presser feet button hole attachment and power cord and foot pedal are included.