The ultimate model born from the Tajima technology evolution. The Tajima Cylinder Arm Type TMAR-KC Series is born. The embodiment of Tajima's technologies with high production efficiency, ultimate quality, overwhelming durability and performance.
Tajima's Cylinder Arm Type TMAR-KC Series is here!
Technology for Elaborate Embroidery Detail!
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-KC Series. Quickly and electronically control the height of the presser foot to provide the precise presser foot height for specific materials. Great for delicate materials such as silk or leather and significantly improves production of 3D Puffy Foam.
By introducing the crank drive, a new driving system, into the embroidery machine head, overwhelming durabiity 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
A Great Assortment of Hoops!
Our standard hoop kit includes the following size hoops:
Double the quantity of hoops to heads allows you to prepare the next garment(s) while the machine is running.
|Size (Hoop Sizes Rounded for IN)
|12 CM / 4.75 IN
|15 CM / 5.90 IN
|18 CM / 7.10 IN
|30 CM x 30 CM / 12 X 12 IN
|510 MM x 450 MM / 20 x 17.75 IN
|Wide Cap Frame 75 MM X 360 MM / 3 X 14.2 IN
- Barcode Ready
All Tajima embroidery machines have built in technology to load a design to the machine with the simple scan of a barcode.
- Digital Presser-Foot
A newly developed digitally-controlled presser foot that can adjust its bottom dead center and stroke for each needle bar. The pressure foot van now apply pressure according to fabric, which is great for specialty fabrics and applications such as 3D foam.
- Easy Maintenance
By introducing a new crank driving system into the embroidery machine head, many new benefits are achieved such significantly reduced lubricating requirements. Lubricating frequency has been reduced to once every six months which is one-twentieth of the frequency.
- Machine Speed: 1100 SPM
- Needles: 15
- Tubular: 17.5" x 16.5"
- Cap: 3" x 14.2"
- Min. Door Clearance: 34" W
- Machine Dimensions: 128.4" L x 54" W x 69.6" H
- Memory: 40,000,000 Stitches