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What is a Single-Head Embroidery Machine? Private

6 days ago Multimedia Warangal   6 views

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If you’re a beginner or need a refresher, then we’ll explain a little more about single-head machines and their purpose in embroidery manufacturing. The easiest way to identify a single-head embroidery machine is by how many stitch heads it has. It’s simple – a single-head embroidery machine only has one embroidery head. The embroidery head stays stationary and the embroidery arm moves according to the digitised design. A single-head embroidery machine works great if you’re a newbie. If you’re trying to find your feet in the industry and embroider material on an industrial scale – it’s perfect. Single-head machines are ideal for mixed media and multimedia style decoration. Let’s not forget, they’re flexible (7-15 stitching needles in total), they have a quick embroidery turnaround time (300 -1000 stitches per minute) and they can be compact and portable – great if you have limited space. So, now we have covered the basics and you understand what a single-head machine is (we hope), let’s understand why choosing the correct single-head machine is important. As we mentioned earlier, single-head embroidery machines are perfect for individuals who are new to the industry. They’re generally used by businesses that have a more streamlined and simple production line. You need to make sure that your machine can cope with the scope and expansion of your business. Firstly, think about what capacity you want to produce. What garments you want to embroider and how easy you want to make things. Producing the desired capacity of your business will contribute to customer satisfaction and the overall expectations of your business – it’s an important factor. There are a lot of factors that contribute to the success (or failure) of a business and one that shouldn’t be ignored is… Customer satisfaction. Because after all, happy customers = more sales and more sales = more revenue. Not only is it important to track this throughout your business journey, but it should be the main focal point when purchasing the right single-head machine for your business.