5 Different Types of Embroidery Machines by UNIX
26 Aug 2015

Embroidery machines play an integral role in garment and textile industry. There are different brands of embroidery machines in the market and one of the most famous and popular is UNIX. UNIX Stichmachines Private Limited is a prominent & leading manufacturer from Surat. They offer a diverse range on embroidery machines such as high speed mix taping cording flat embroidery machine, multi head mini schiffli embroidery machine, multi needle mini schiffli embroidery machine, high speed mix chenille embroidery machine, 1200 rpm high speed embroidery machine and high speed pure chenille embroidery machine.

The different type of embroidery machines showcased at Gartex 2018 are:

1. High Speed Mix Taping Cording Flat Embroidery Machine:

Minimum Order Quantity 1 Unit
Operation Mode Automatic
Driven Type Electric
Usage Industrial
This machine costs Rs. 25 lakh per unit.

 

2. Multi Needle Mini Schiffli Embroidery Machine:

Minimum Order Quantity 1 Unit
Emb. Area 55 x 500 x 1500 mm
Max. Speed 850 SPM
Max. Needle 176
This machine costs Rs. 30 lakh per unit.

 
3. UN High Speed Mix Chenille Embroidery Machine:

Minimum Order Quantity 1 Unit
No. of Heads (35+35) Head, 4 Colour in chain, 3 Colour in flat
Max. Speed 1100 SPM
Emb. Area 250 x 550 x 1300 mm
This machine costs Rs. 25 lakh per unit

 
4. Cap Function Tubular Flat Embroidery Machine:

Minimum Order Quantity 1 Unit
Automatic Grade Semi-Automatic
Operation Mode Automatic
Driven Type Electric
Usage Industrial
This machine costs Rs. 4 lakh per unit.

 

5. Multi Head Mini Schiffli Embroidery Machine:

Minimum Order Quantity 1 Unit
No. of Heads 90, 3 Color
Max. Speed 900 SPM
Emb. Area 110 x 550 x 1500 mm
This machine costs Rs. 25 lakh per unit.

 

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