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Pantograms offers Compact Rhinestone Setting Machine
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Feb '10
Pantograms Mfg. Co., Inc., a distributor of the CAMS Automatic Rhinestone Setting Machines announces a new compact rhinestone-setting machine for decorated apparel shops. Rhinestone setting machines have traditionally been limited to large commercial machines or small hand-held devices. The CAMS 1V-2P is a compact desktop rhinestone motif machine that only takes up a two-foot square area and can be placed on any tabletop surface.

The CAMS 1V-2P places 150 stones per minute with two colors or sizes of rhinestones or rhinestuds directly to heat transfer material. A typical two-color design with a total of 300 stones can be done in as little as two minutes. Optional hoppers are available for different color or size combinations. The CAMS 1V-2P has a large design field of 9.8 inches by 11.8 inches making it versatile for multiple sizes of rhinestone transfers for children's apparel to adult jackets.

This compact commercial unit allows the user to easily generate wholesale and retail business. The CAMS creates transfers that can be for other apparel decorators or immediately placed on apparel for your direct customer. The market for both decorated apparel and transfers is one that yields remarkable profits.

Pantograms is 40+ year-old company based in Tampa, FL, and is the premier provider of equipment, training, software service and support to the decorated apparel industry. In addition to the line of DTG Digital Garment Printers, Pantograms offers MEISTERGRAM and TOYOTA Expert Series Embroidery Systems, the CAMS rhinestone setting equipment line and a full compliment of software, including the Forte Digitizing Suite Software Programs.

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