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The Vesta Sewing Machine Company came through the world economic crisis relatively well, in 1940 Karl Dietrich was the owner and CEO.In the subsequent years however sales decreased, the company applied for defense contracts and from 1935 started manufacturing MG 15 machine guns.His inventor's mind quickly thought of the housewife and her need to repair trouser legs or sleeves; he realized that the dimensions of such a machine would need to be reduced.Thus the idea that gave birth to the first modern household sewing machine with a free arm was conceived.The close connection between the Hermann Köhler establishment, Leopold Oscar Dietrich and the Karl Dietrich establishments I and II were first explained to be "frozen", then in 1952 were declared invalid and transferred as national property.After the war, when the first company Köhler was able to work once more, it supplied sewing machines as reparation into the USSR.It is thought a working prototype had been completed by 1934.The machine design included a free arm, built-in motor and light.
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Acknowledgements: History of Sewing and Household Sewing Machines Tavaro SA Geneva 1980. Knowledge accumulated during my time with Elna and in the Industry generally.
Some Photographs from the Needle Bar Picture Library. Ramon Casas Robert returned to his parents' home in 1933 after completing his studies.
The trademark name of Vesta, which later almost replaced the name Dietrich, was used for the first time in 1895 according to advertisements.
In 1906 the company produced Saxonia, Dietrich and Vesta sewing machines, by 1920 the name of Dietrich was replaced by Vesta.Under the company name of Dietrich and Co they rented premises in an Altenburger brush factory, bought the most important machines (Winselmann obtained the money from a wealthy building family in Ploetzkau) and started sewing machine production with only a few men.