USA: Merrow Sewing Machine to unveil new emblem machines
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