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Head interval refers to the space from one head to the next. Standard machines refer to machines with 360mm (14") head intervals.
Stretch machines have a 500mm (19.6") head interval. A larger interval makes is easier for larger, bulky products to fit comfortably between heads and a larger x-axis embroidery field.
Standard vs Stretch
360 MM Head Interval
The standard 360 MM head interval machines are ideal for producing a standard mix of products that are not limited to caps, shirts, sweatshirts, jacket backs, and infinitely more.
Standard vs Stretch
500 MM Head Interval
The 500mm head interval provides more space between heads which makes it easier to accommodate larger, bulky products such as sweatshirts, jackets, blankets, etc.. This setup is ideal for customers who do a larger percentage of these types of items and can accommodate the larger machine size.
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Safety Beam Sensor
A beam surrounds the work area while machine is in motion. If the plane is broken the machine will immediately stop.
Thread Locking System
The thread locking system secures the thread after a trim to prevent the thread pulling out during start.
LED Needle Base Light
LED needle base light illuminates the needle area and enables the operator a better view of the item being embroidered.
Trimmed Needle Plate
A shorter needle plate offers an increased embroidery area on many items such as small sleeves or caps.
The slim cylinder makes it possible to embroider on smaller objects such as socks, gloves, and pockets.
Versatile Cap Driver
The new cap driver incorporates a lower shaft and a third locking pin to stabilize the cap while running to enhance quality, and run at higher speeds.
Steep Head Tilt
The steeper head angles the bill of any cap and allows for placement closer to the brim increasing the embroidery area.
Thread Break Detection
A sensor monitors the thread movement while stitching. If the tension on the upper or lower thread is broken the machine stops stitching relaying an error on the controller.