YES Ltd is reaching out to extended target markets by bringing several new products to P&P LIVE! next year. One of the most exciting of these releases is the newly designedÂ KS small-Heads tubular seriesÂ of embroidery machines from the worldâ€™s leading manufacturerÂ SWF.
The company is also going â€˜back to the futureâ€™ with the worldâ€™s first SWF 1,500rpm DM tubular series, which revolutionised embroidery back in 2007. This further advanced range of machinery provides superior productivity and improved embroidery quality, aside a number of recent features.
SWFÂ is a world-renowned name in the international embroidery market owing to the integration of leading technologies. These high quality and competitively priced machines boast outstanding production capability and excellent quality.
The newÂ KS series, with a sewing speed of 1,200spm, features a wider 15.1in touch screen to make it easier for the user to see and use, while accurate positioning and increased colour change speed is achievable due to a new advanced design mechanism. The automatic pump action lubrication system reduces oil times to 10 seconds, and these models come with laser trace and hoop limits and universal thread pick-up system which requires no individual head motors.
New KS Series also features:
- Hung Pantograph to assist with increased speed.
- 15in colour touch screen.
- Design storage increased up to 400 rooms and up to two million stitches per logo.
- Total stitch memory available up to 40 million stitches.
- LED lights for clean and easy operational usage.
New features taken from the existing DM Series 1,500spm:
- Servo motors to give high stitch quality when stitching at 1,200spm.
- Electronically controlled presser foot to give better stitch control to aid evolution of flagging (taken from the 1,500spm DM range).
Both series of machines also offer a reduction in noise, vibration and power consumption, making this range of embroidery machine an unbeatable buy for those requiring serious production at a reasonable price. Can you really afford not to look at this?