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1506-K Embroidery Machine can store up to 100 designs

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Jun '10
SWF East, Inc. distributors of SWF embroidery machines announces the new six-head 15-needle 1506-K multi-head embroidery machines. The new SWF 1506-K improved technology provides the embroiderer with straightforward operation. Its improved thread tension for uniform stitches in high speed and automatic oiling system saves time in production and maintenance. The 1506-K can store up to 100 designs with a basic memory capacity of 2 million stitches. The newly designed high-resolution 10-inch color LCD monitor with easy to use dialog boxes guides the operator through every step using a simple touch screen application.

The SWF 1506-K operates at a speed of up to 1000 stitches per minute with a sewing field of 419 x 439 mm (16.5 x 17.25 inches). The six head 15-needle embroidery machine comes with 48 shirt front hoops of various sizes, 12 jacket back hoops, 12 cap frames and a border frame. Embroidery design data is easily transferred to machine via external USB device or PC connection via USB port.

SWF's five-year warranty is one of the best in the industry. It includes a comprehensive two-year parts and labor coverage plus five years “parts” coverage of all shafts, pulleys, bearings, bushings and gears. SWF East also offers SWF owners the opportunity to trade-in their multi-head machines within the first 24 months and receives 70 percent of its value towards a new larger multi-head embroidery machine.

SWF East Inc


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