Lat­est ad­vance­ments in em­broi­dery ma­chines

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Re­duc­ing cost as against in­crease in pro­duc­tion speed, de­crease in down­time, time re­duc­tion, and noise re­duc­tion are the ben­e­fits that are mak­ing em­broi­dery ma­chines the new favourite of ap­parel man­u­fac­tur­ers. Team Stitch­World brings the how and what of tech­nolo­gies be­ing used for ad­vance­ments in em­broi­dery ma­chines.

Ta­jima em­broi­dery ma­chines us­ing threads from 35 de­nier to 800 de­nier

Ta­jima, a Ja­panese pi­o­neer of em­broi­dery ma­chines, has re­cently re­newed its flag­ship model –TFGN se­ries, multi-head au­to­matic em­broi­dery ma­chines. The lat­est TFGN II tech­nol­ogy en­ables the use of thick thread as well as fine thread to­gether in one given frame of em­broi­dery. In the same machine, when the Y-axis is up to 1000 mm, one can use the FS Mode func­tion which en­ables him/her to fur­ther use any kind of threads like twisted, semi-twisted or non­twisted threads from 35 de­nier to 800 de­nier with­out get­ting frayed, mak­ing it a uni­ver­sal thread em­broi­dery machine.

Ta­jima’s TFGN se­ries multi-head au­to­matic em­broi­dery ma­chines have 9 nee­dles which can use 9 dif­fer­ent types of thread, be it woollen, rayon, or vis­cose. The speed of the em­broi­dery machine can reach up to 1100 RPM.

The machine has 9 nee­dles which can use 9 dif­fer­ent types of thread, be it woollen, rayon, or vis­cose. The speed of the em­broi­dery machine can reach up to 1100 RPM. Meant only for ap­parel ex­port houses, Ta­jima’s TFGN II comes with a Smart Bob­bin Changer (SBC). Noboru Ito, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Ta­jima Asia Pte. Ltd., in­formed, “SBC can change the bob­bin threads of all the heads si­mul­ta­ne­ously. It is like a re­volv­ing gun that au­to­mat­i­cally re­places the bob­bin.”

The au­to­matic bob­bin changer im­proves pro­duc­tion ef­fi­ciency and saves time by 75% com­pared to man­ual re­place­ment of bob­bin.

Ta­jima has 78 of­fices world­wide and can ship the ma­chines within a span of 6 months. San­deep Singh Din­gra, Global Embtech Pte Ltd., Ta­jima Sin­ga­pore said, “We share 35% of the global mar­ket. Turkey has placed more than 1000 sets with Ta­jima. Re­cently, 300 ma­chines are be­ing in­stalled in Tirupur.”

The com­pany is in­stalling a 4-head em­broi­dery machine at one of the PMKVY cen­tre in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.

UNIX Stitch ma­chines with multi-em­broi­dery func­tions in one machine

Es­tab­lished in 2005, UNIX Stitch Ma­chines Pvt. Ltd. has within a short span of time in­stalled more than 8,000 ma­chines in In­dia. The com­pany has added to its port­fo­lio a new em­broi­dery machine which can per­form mul­ti­ple-em­broi­dery func­tions.

UN high-speed mix che­nille em­broi­dery machine can per­form a wide va­ri­ety of op­er­a­tions such as ari, flat, se­quin, bor­ing, beads, laser etc. Suit­able for home fur­nish­ings and high fash­ion gar­ments, it can do 5 lakh stitches in 12 hours with a speed of 850 RPM. A dou­ble-se­quins de­vice can also be added to the machine to en­hance value. The stitch length achieved can range up to 4 mm, and the ad­van­tage of the machine is that it re­quires no main­te­nance.

“The au­to­matic bob­bin changer im­proves pro­duc­tion ef­fi­ciency and saves time by 75% com­pared to man­ual re­place­ment of bob­bin.” – Noboru Ito, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Ta­jima Asia Pte. Ltd.

An­other lat­est of­fer­ing by the com­pany, UN high speed em­broi­dery machine mixed with fi­bre laser cut­ting sys­tem is avail­able in 18 heads. Each laser head con­sumes a power of 40 watts and achieves a laser cut­ting speed of 80 mm/s. Equipped with mo­tor­ized trim­mer, colour changer, blade, thread hold­ing fa­cil­ity, auto-head se­lec­tion, the machine fa­cil­i­tates laser cut­ting ac­cu­racy of 0.1 mm.

The in­dige­nous em­broi­dery machine man­u­fac­turer has its of­fices in Ahmedabad and Jaipur. In New Delhi, it es­tab­lished a 1000 sq.m. of­fice re­cently. It also has a live demo and train­ing cen­tre which dis­plays the work­ing of ma­chines, trains op­er­a­tors and stores spare parts.

“We are aim­ing to cap­ture 100 ma­jor ex­porters in Delhi-NCR and also plan to start our op­er­a­tions in Bangladesh in near fu­ture,” said Sanjay Jha, Di­rec­tor, UNIX.

Aura Tech­nolo­gies’ au­to­matic bob­bin changer in em­broi­dery ma­chines is the new up­date

Aura Tech­nolo­gies, sup­plier of Chi­nese em­broi­dery ma­chines, has one of the largest cus­tomer ser­vice base with 43 pro­fes­sional en­gi­neers. It en­joys serv­ing the lead­ing play­ers of the in­dus­try such as Ori­ent fash­ions, Richa & Co., Gau­rav In­ter­na­tional, Sahu Ex­ports, Lak­shmi Mills, Italia Group, and more. The com­pany re­cently brought to mar­ket LAMS-MB-Se­ries 1202/600 (800)X1300, a mul­ti­depth schif­fli machine with spe­cial bor­ing tech­nol­ogy. The bor­ing de­sign en­joys a spe­cial in­flu­ence in ladies’ dresses, tops and blouses. Aura’s new bor­ing tech­nol­ogy can wrap the hole with multi-point in­ser­tion sys­tem. Usu­ally the hole is wrapped with a sin­gle-colour thread. But this machine al­lows the use of six dif­fer­ent colours to cover one hole. The max­i­mum speed of the machine is 1200 RPM.

The machine, with a dif­fer­ent con­cept, is only meant for ex­porters. Ori­ent fash­ions has or­dered 15 sets, Richa & Co. has or­dered 28 sets, and Richa Global has or­dered 17 sets of this machine.

“A to­tal of 85 sets have been booked for the same machine,” said Deepak Chowdhary, MD, Aura Tech­nolo­gies. An­other of­fer­ing, HSCX-II Se­ries 906+906/ 600 (800) X1300, a mixed chain stitch machine, is able to do glass beads and cord­ing. It can do glass beads of dif­fer­ent sizes on a very close end. It can work on 2.5 mm, 2.1 mm, and 2 mm beads as well. Aura’s em­broi­dery machine also fea­tures an au­to­matic bob­bin changer in the machine which changes the empty bob­bin with a new bob­bin with­out any man­ual in­ter­ven­tion.

Ro­bust struc­ture of Tang em­broi­dery ma­chines can en­hance pro­duc­tiv­ity

Present in mar­ket since 2001, Tang – the Chi­nese em­broi­dery ma­chin­ery pi­o­neer, was in­tro­duced in In­dia with the joint part­ner­ship be­tween In­dian partner Dol­phin and Chi­nese partner Jing­wei. One of the old­est em­broi­dery ma­chines brand, Tang claims to be in strong com­pe­ti­tion against Ja­panese brands.

The com­pany has in­tro­duced GGS SEWFINE se­ries of em­broi­dery ma­chines. The mod­els in this se­ries of­fer op­tions of 12-20 heads with 9 colours. The ro­bust me­chan­i­cal struc­ture guar­an­tees me­chan­i­cal sta­bil­ity and shock re­sis­tance due to the high strength steel used. Al­low­ing a max­i­mum

“Ta­jima is in­stalling a 4-head em­broi­dery machine at one of the PMKVY cen­tre in Bhubaneswar, Odisha.” – San­deep Singh Din­gra, Global Embtech Pte. Ltd., Ta­jima Sin­ga­pore “Our UN high­speed mix che­nille em­broi­dery machine can per­form a wide va­ri­ety of op­er­a­tions such as ari, flat, se­quin, bor­ing, beads, laser etc.” – Sanjay Jha, Di­rec­tor, UNIX “Ori­ent fash­ions has or­dered 15 sets, Richa & Co. has or­dered 28 sets, and Richa Global has or­dered 17 sets of schif­fli machine.” – Deepak Chowdhary, MD, Aura Tech­nolo­gies “Earlier peo­ple de­manded 300 sq.m. machine, then 400 sq.m. and now it is 550 sq.m. Fu­ture of em­broi­dery ma­chines is def­i­nitely less area and more heads.” – S.N. Jha, MD, Tang, Dol­phin Jing­wei Tex­mac Pvt. Ltd.

speed of 1000 RPM, the GGS SEWFINE se­ries comes with a si­lenc­ing trans­mis­sion struc­ture head de­sign that re­duces noise.

The machine also fea­tures a new colour change sys­tem which uses pre­cise lin­ear de­sign for ac­cu­rate po­si­tion­ing sup­port and new mid­dle thread guide for im­proved qual­ity prod­ucts. More­over, in case of bob­bin thread or up­per thread break­age, the com­puter sys­tem can im­me­di­ately de­tect it and stop the machine.

S.N. Jha, MD, Tang, Dol­phin Jing­wei Tex­mac Pvt. Ltd., the Delhi-based sub­sidiary of Tang avers, “We have come a long way. Earlier peo­ple de­manded 300 sq.m. machine, then 400 sq.m. and now it is 550 sq.m. Fu­ture of em­broi­dery ma­chines is def­i­nitely less area and more heads.”

Nitin Soni, MD, Tang, Dol­phin Jing­wei said, “With a tech­ni­cal team of 40 en­gi­neers in Su­rat and 15 in Delhi, Tang en­joyed great sales last year when it in­stalled 800 ma­chines in Su­rat and 300 ma­chines in Delhi.”

Baba Tex­tile Ma­chin­ery’s larger mul­ti­head em­broi­dery machine rul­ing out sin­gle head

A well-known name in em­broi­dery ma­chines, Baba Tex­tile Ma­chin­ery, has a new of­fer­ing for the mar­ket, HS-N1176/55-500-1520MM, which works as an op­tion for schif­fli ma­chines. The 88-head com­put­er­ized em­broi­dery machine is just 40 feet long.

Whereas, earlier the de­mand for 15 to 18-head ma­chines was on rise, now the trend is for larger heads among ex­porters. Mu­rari Lal Para­sur­am­puria, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Baba Tex­tile Ma­chin­ery avers, “China is al­ready work­ing with large multi-head ma­chines. On the other hand, In­dia is slowly mov­ing to­wards adopt­ing the same. Large heads will re­place small heads com­pletely.”

He also be­lieves de­mand for such ma­chines will in­crease in fu­ture. Baba’s 88-head em­broi­dery ma­chines are made up of Ja­panese core parts such as shut­tle, bob­bin case, etc. The com­pany claims that with its qual­ity stitches, the ROI (Re­turn on In­vest­ment) of this machine would be around one year, which is quite low as com­pared to other ma­chines avail­able in the mar­ket. SK Em­broi­deries, Noida and Madaan Trad­ing Com­pany, Faridabad have in­vested in the 88-head em­broi­dery machine.

The com­pany has its ma­jor mar­kets in Delhi, Kolkata and Ba­naras. It also has a team of 15 tech­ni­cians in Delhi.

Baru­dan dou­ble twin se­quin de­vice sews 4 sizes and 4 colours of se­quins at the same time

Ja­panese em­broi­dery machine pi­o­neer Baru­dan has al­ways fo­cused on en­hanc­ing pro­duc­tiv­ity through its ma­chines. Its lat­est dou­ble twin se­quin de­vice is an­other shin­ing ex­am­ple of the same. The machine is ca­pa­ble of do­ing 4 colours of se­quins with 4 dif­fer­ent thread colours at the same time. Not only this, 4 sizes of se­quins i.e. 3, 4 and 5 mm se­quins can be used in a sin­gle go. Avail­able in both sin­gle head and multi head, the max­i­mum speed of the machine is 1000 RPM.

Si­mon Ho, Sales Man­ager, Baru­dan Asia Pte. Ltd. said, “Usu­ally, other brands have flat head ma­chines but this machine has unique ro­tary head. Fur­ther­more, the life and dura­bil­ity of our ma­chines are higher than oth­ers as we use more of metal parts rather than plas­tic parts.”

Also, the machine stays in the down po­si­tion dur­ing thread trim­ming and se­quin jump move­ments.

Su­perfine Em­broi­deries Ltd. is the sole sell­ing agent of Baru­dan em­broi­dery ma­chines in South In­dia. M. Senthilku­mar, Di­rec­tor, Su­perfine Em­broi­deries stated, “We are look­ing for­ward to sell nearly 200 ma­chines in the cur­rent fi­nan­cial year.”

“Last year we in­stalled 800 ma­chines in Su­rat and 300 ma­chines in Delhi, and en­joyed great sales.” – Nitin Soni, MD, Tang, Dol­phin Jing­wei “SK Em­broi­deries, Noida and Madaan Trad­ing Com­pany, Faridabad have in­vested in the 88-head em­broi­dery machine.” – Mu­rari Lal Para­sur­am­puria, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Baba Tex­tile Ma­chin­ery “Our dou­ble twin se­quin de­vice is ca­pa­ble of do­ing 4 colours of se­quins with 4 dif­fer­ent thread colours at the same time.” – Si­mon Ho, Sales Man­ager, Baru­dan Asia Pte. Ltd.

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