Brother Launches New Line of Embroidery Machines

August 23, 2012

Brother Intl. Corp., Bridgewater, N.J., recently unveiled the new fifth-generation V-Series of embroidery machines at its annual convention in Nashville, Tenn.

The new series includes the DreamWeaver, a high-end quilting and sewing machine; the DreamMaker XE, a feature-rich, embroidery-only machine; and the DreamWeaver XE, a combination quilting, sewing and embroidery machine.

With speeds up to 1,050 stitches per minute, the machines comprise the company’s fastest-ever series. All three models are equipped with a 56-inch workspace, 7-inch LCD touchscreen display, 10-inch full-spectrum Runway Lighting, and a range of built-in stitches and embroidery designs.

In addition, DreamWeaver and DreamWeaver XE feature never-before-seen features, including a built-in laser to ensure straight, uncomplicated sewing, a digitally controlled, motor-driven, dual-feed foot, and a V-Sonic Pen Pal system, which allows users to make critical sewing adjustments using a touch pen on the sewing bed, according to the company.

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