Does the needle break as easily as the

 

currently available needles?



When you use the machine as suggested,
the needle does not break as fast as with manual felting.

This is because the needle has 2.500 movements per minute into the wool.


In other words – you are not able to move the machine as fast as the needle goes.

In essence, your machine glides over/through the wool.

Imagine painting with a crayon or with a brush.

The crayon or the hairs of the brush are not set opposite to the painting-direction.
With painting, I also make the brush follow my

hand-movement.

However, you should pay attention that you don’t move the machine in the opposite direction of the needle.

Then the needle disappears in the object, and it breaks off.