The next-generation Tajima features 18 needles, a digitally-controlled presser foot (DCP), network access, and a slim cylinder design for easier access. The reinforced Wide Cap Frame has enhanced the embroidery stability whereby increasing the rotational speed to 1000rpm. TMBR1801.pdf
What is DCP?
DCP is an abbreviation for “Digitally Controlled Presser Foot.” The machine can embroider on very thin to thick material or seamed sections without fluttering. DCP keeps embroidery quality high while reducing broken needles, thread breakage, skip stitching, etc.
Is your shop networked?
The Tajima TMBR Series can easily receive embroidery data by connecting the embroidery software to a network. Autograph and DL/ML are recommended as this software simplifies the process of personalization and allows for the smoothest design data generation and tramission to the machine.
Fine Stitch Mode
Fine Stitch (FS) is a special mode that provides stability and creates a high quality of embroidery that makes it easy to sew with hard-to-embroider threads.
FS Mode improves the quality of embroidery created with thick thread or soft-twisted thread like metallic and heavier yarns that are difficult to use with the normal machine settings. As a standard part of the TMB machine firmware, FS mode can be turned on with an easy settings change.
|Maximum Speed||1200 SPM |
|Tubular||14" x 19.5" / 355mm x 495mm |
|Cap||3" x 14.2"/ 75mm x 360mm |
|Min. Door Clearance||32" W |
|Machine Dimensions||30" L x 30" W x 66" H |
|Weight||209.5 lbs |