What kind of embroidery can the single-head embroidery machine do? (1)


Single-head embroidery machine is more suitable for mos […]

Single-head embroidery machine is more suitable for most family entrepreneurs, the investment is not very large, and the payback is relatively fast, single-head embroidery machine directly replaces most manual embroidery, with stable quality, high efficiency, low cost, and mass production. advantage.
Generally speaking, the main functions and performance of single-head embroidery machines are determined by: the number of heads, the head distance, the number of stitches, the maximum stroke of the embroidery frame in the X and Y directions, the electronic control system, and the manufacturer's brand. The number of single-head embroidery machine heads is the number of machine heads that work at the same time during embroidery, which determines the efficiency of the embroidery machine; the head distance is the distance between two adjacent machine heads, which determines the single embroidery or cycle embroidered by the embroidery machine The size and cost of the embroidery frame; the number of needles is the number of single needles installed in each head of the embroidery machine, which determines the maximum number of color changes and the color of the embroidery when the embroidery machine embroiders; the maximum stroke of the embroidery frame in the X and Y directions, it Determines the size of the embroidery produced by the embroidery machine;
1. Flat embroidery
Flat embroidery is the most widely used embroidery in embroidery. Flat embroidery can be done as long as it is a material that can be embroidered.
2. Three-dimensional embroidery
Three-dimensional embroidery (3D) is a three-dimensional pattern formed by wrapping EVA rubber inside with embroidery thread, which can be produced by ordinary flat embroidery. (EVA glue has different thickness, hardness and color).
3. Hollow three-dimensional embroidery
Hollow three-dimensional embroidery can be produced by ordinary flat embroidery. It uses foam rubber similar to three-dimensional embroidery to embroider. After the embroidery is completed, the foam rubber is washed off with a dry cleaning machine to form a hollow center. (Styrofoam has a smooth surface, usually 1~5mm thick).
4. Applique embroidery
Applique embroidery is the use of appliqués instead of stitches to save embroidery threads to make the patterns more vivid, which can be produced by ordinary flat embroidery machines.
5. Thick thread embroidery
Thick thread embroidery is to use thicker (such as 603) sewing thread as embroidery thread, with large hole needle or large needle, thick thread rotating shuttle and 3mm needle plate to complete embroidery, ordinary flat embroidery machine can be produced.
6. Hole carving
Hole-cutting embroidery can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery machines, but the hole-cutting embroidery device needs to be installed (currently it can only be installed on the first needle bar). It uses a carving knife to carve through the fabric, and then wraps the edges with embroidery thread to form a hole in the middle.
7. Flat gold thread embroidery
Flat gold thread can be used for production on ordinary flat embroidery machines. Since flat gold thread is flat embroidery thread, a flat gold thread device (which can be installed on any needle bar) is required.
8. Sequin embroidery
The sequin embroidery device can only be installed on the flat embroidery heads of TFKN, TFGN and TMLH machines. The size of the embroidery sequin is 3~9mm.
9. Flocking embroidery
Flocking embroidery can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery machines, but a flocking needle must be installed. The principle of embroidery is to use the hook on the flocking needle to hook up the fiber fleece on the flannel and plant it on another fabric.
10. Toothbrush embroidery
Toothbrush embroidery is also called vertical thread embroidery. It can be produced on ordinary flat embroidery machines. The embroidery method is the same as that of three-dimensional embroidery, but after the embroidery, a part of the film needs to be cut off and then all the film is taken away. The embroidery thread is naturally erected.
11. Wrinkle embroidery
Wrinkle embroidery can be produced on an ordinary flat embroidery machine, but it needs to be matched with a shrinkable backing and a water-soluble bottom thread. After embroidery, the shrinkable backing is used to shrink the fabric to cause the fabric to wrinkle. When the water-soluble bottom thread is dissolved in water, the backing can be combined The fabric is separated, but it should be noted that the effect of using chemical fiber thin material is obvious.
12. Finished cap embroidery
The finished cap embroidery must be produced on a cylindrical machine with the cap frame. It is an embroidery method in which the cap is made into a finished product and then embroidered on the machine.