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Melco Introduces Amaya Embroidery System

Melco IntroducesAmaya Embroidery System

Melco Embroidery Systems, Denver, a wholly owned subsidiary of Saurer Ltd., Switzerland, reports its Amaya embroidery machines are the first to provide modular capabilities. Amaya offers flexible configuration of up to 30 heads, with the possibility of operating multiple units simultaneously from one PC computer.Other features include automatic Acti-Feed Thread Tensioning, consistently high speeds of up to 1,500 stitches per minute, 16 needles per head, laser tracking, a built-in tutorial system, adjustable pressure foot, new safety grabber and more.July 2002



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