Tajima – TMAR-V1512C Embroidery Machine
If you are doing high volume embroidery, the Tajima TMAR-VC (TMAR-V1512C) is a state-of-the-art multihead embroidery machine that delivers consistent, trouble-free sewing for maximum output. With its digitally controlled presser foot that adjusts for the thickness of the fabric being sewn, you are assured higher quality, less thread breaks, and overall smoother performance than you have ever experienced. The Tajima TMAR-VC (TMAR-V1512C) is the perfect machine for specialty fabrics and applications such as caps and three-dimensional foam.Overview:
A newly developed digitally-controlled presser foot that can adjust its bottom dead center and each stroke for each needle bar (color change) has been specifically designed for the TMAR Series. Quickly and electronically control the height of the presser foot to provide the precise presser foot height for specific materials. This will result in less stress on fabrics and increased efficiency. The TMAR will change the way you think about 3D Puffy Foam and embroidering on delicate fabrics.
By introducing the crank drive, a new driving system, into the embroidery machine head, overwhelming durability has been realized. Also, maintenance has become simpler, and the lubricating frequency has been reduced to one-twentieth (once in 6 months)
This display is equipped with an intuitive, easy-to-use operation panel with easily identifiable icons, and a high-capacity memory that can store up to 40 million stitches or 650 designs.
|Size (Hoop sizes rounded for IN)||QTY||Description|
|12 CM / 4.75 IN||24||Round Hoop|
|15 CM / 5.90 IN||24||Round Hoop|
|18 CM / 7.10 IN||24||Round Hoop|
|510 MM(h) x 310 MM(w) / 20’’(h) x 12.25’’(w)||24||Large Hoop|
|75 MM(h) x 360 MM(w) / 3 IN(h) x 14.2 IN(w)||24||270° Cap Frame|
- Maximum Speed: 1000 SPM
- Needles: 15
- Tubular: 17.5’’ x 11’’ / 450mm x 360mm
- Cap: 3" x 14.2"/ 75mm x 360mm
- Flat: 17.75’’ x 14.2’’ / 450mm x 360mm
- Weight: 4739 lbs.
- Machine Dimensions: 223’’(L) x 58.5’’(W) x 67.5’’(H)
- Memory: 40,000,000 stitches