USA: Mer­row Sewing Ma­chine to un­veil new emblem ma­chines

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Mer­row Sewing Ma­chine Com­pany, the largest man­u­fac­turer of over­lock ma­chines, head­quar­tered at Mas­sachusetts (USA), is launch­ing new emblem ma­chines, in­clud­ing MG-3U-7 and MB4DFO-2.7, this sum­mer.

The Mer­row MG-3U se­ries is a 3-thread in­dus­trial sewing ma­chin­ery for mak­ing dec­o­ra­tive stitches on the edges of em­blems and patches. It op­er­ates at a speed of 5,500 rpm and makes a 1/8” to 3/16”″ stitch at a stan­dard rate of 28 SPI.

Mer­row is adding a new ma­chin­ery in its MG-3U-se­ries with more ad­vanced and up­graded fea­tures. The new model MG-3U-7 has spe­cially de­signed high lift cams that al­low pro­cess­ing of the thick em­blems and unique ap­pli­ca­tions.

On the other hand, the MB-4DFO-2 se­ries is the only ma­chin­ery to sew Mer­row’s Ac­tiveSeam for base layer ac­tivewear. The ma­chine can be con­fig­ured for 2-thread as well as 3- thread sewing. It can sew all the three vari­a­tions of Ac­tiveSeam stitch. It op­er­ates at a speed of 5,500 rpm and makes stitches of width 3/32” to 5/32” de­pend­ing upon the fab­ric prop­er­ties and ap­pli­ca­tion re­quire­ments. The ma­chine has a unique bar­rel cam ar­chi­tec­ture and curved nee­dles to sew pre­cisely and con­sis­tently.

The new model has spe­cially de­signed Mer­row high lift cams that al­low for the pro­cess­ing of thick and mul­ti­ple ma­te­ri­als.

The Mer­row Sewing Ma­chine Com­pany was es­tab­lished in 1838 and since then has been pro­vid­ing the high­est qual­ity of prod­ucts and sup­port to the in­dus­try. Now with more than 40 styles of Mer­row ma­chines, Mer­row sup­ports more than 3,00,000 in­stalled sewing ma­chines.

Mer­row MG-3U is a 3-thread in­dus­trial sewing ma­chin­ery for mak­ing dec­o­ra­tive stitches

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