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Hirsch Offers Tajima PAX Machine for Leather




March 3, 2016

Hirsch Intl., Hauppauge, N.Y., is offering the Tajima PAX, a specialty embroidery machine designed for leather decoration. 



The PAX machine combines cutting, drilling and embellishing into a single process, simplifying and streamlining production, while providing enhanced quality control and machining precision, according to the company.

The combination of a special punching head and a robust head for embroidery eliminates the need for separate machines for cutting, punching holes and decorating. It reduces the steps involved, which saves time and costs while optimizing production, according to the company.

The PAX gives users the ability to work simultaneously in up to nine colors and types of yarn, and can be used with all threads and yarns normally intended for sewing and embroidering leather, imitation leather and upholstered products, including very thick yarns.

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