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Old November 30th, 2017, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I'm Fraser and am looking for a good single head tania or similar to help our other machine get through the work
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Old November 30th, 2017, 06:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
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welcome! Ah the wineries i have visited in New Zealand... and still remember thanks to pictures! ha.

what is a tania machine? sorry I have never heard of it. I googled and learned about tania embroidery but it seems to be mostly hand done. Are you looking for a machine that can sew thicker floss embroidery thread?
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Hi I'm Fraser and am looking for a good single head tania or similar to help our other machine get through the work
Hi Fraser, I think you were meaning Tajima. Unfortunately the US machines here as beautiful and cheap as they are can be a nightmare because we are on 220-240 volt power and these are configured for 110 volt, and its not always as easy as a cheap transformer. You would be better off outsourcing your big jobs for cheap when you cant keep up. Try Colour Evolution in Auckland. In the meantime keep looking on Trademe or give Jimmy at EDTS a call. There are loads of Happy machines and cheaper than Tajima down here, but run pretty much the same. I started with a Happy and now have new Tajima and Barudan, but they are good solid cheap machines also. cheers, mike.
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