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Hirsch Offers New Tajima Automatic Embroidery Machine

February 7, 2014

Hirsch Intl., Hauppauge, N.Y., is offering the Tajima TMAR-KC, a new multihead automatic embroidery machine.

The TMAR-KC’s digitally controlled presser foot adjusts to a fabric’s thickness, making it easier to sew on sheer fabrics, such as tulle, or dense fabrics, such as canvas, with fewer thread breaks and tension issues, according to the company.

A newly designed middle-thread guide allows users to set tension in half the time of a conventional thread guide and needle wobble has been decreased by 60%, making it easier to do intricate embroidery, according to the company.

Thread tension can be adjusted on individual needle bars, allowing for the use of a wide range of thin and thick threads. A specialty thread attachment makes it easier to embroider using thick thread and a new crank drive makes the machine more durable, according to the company.

For more information, visit hic.us. — L.M.