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Old January 23rd, 2010, 03:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all.
My point is for those that might be interested to share (and to be informed ) how is pricing of new industrial embroidery machines in their area.
I repeat: NEW, Industrial (for me industrial means machines with no less than 8 heads) embroidery machines.
This info is assumed to include as much as possible details. Lets start with flat embr. machines (ordinar type, no addition devices) . But please shortly and actual notes only.
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Old January 25th, 2010, 09:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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"Industrial" refers to the construction of the machine and its production potential, not necessarily the number of heads. Certainly, from a production standpoint, multiple heads can be considered industrial. But, I have many, many customers producing tens of thousands of pieces monthly that incorporate both multi-head and single-head embroidery machines. The Barudan single-head bridge is an industrial machine and performs like one.
Also, I can't imagine purchasing a multi-head machine that does not have at least cap capability.
That being said, remember that nearly everything is negotiable, particularly now when the machine sales market is as depressed as it is.
My recommendation is to purchase the best machine on the market and let them know what you want to spend. You can expect around $60-$70k for an 8-head machine.
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Old January 25th, 2010, 10:04 AM   #3 (permalink)
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"Industrial" refers to the construction of the machine and its production potential, not necessarily the number of heads. Certainly, from a production standpoint, multiple heads can be considered industrial. But, I have many, many customers producing tens of thousands of pieces monthly that incorporate both multi-head and single-head embroidery machines. The Barudan single-head bridge is an industrial machine and performs like one.
Also, I can't imagine purchasing a multi-head machine that does not have at least cap capability.
That being said, remember that nearly everything is negotiable, particularly now when the machine sales market is as depressed as it is.
My recommendation is to purchase the best machine on the market and let them know what you want to spend. You can expect around $60-$70k for an 8-head machine.

My sentiments exactly, Industrial refers to the Construction! Anyone buying an industrial machine without an included cap capability is shooting themselves in the foot. Also an 8 head machine is quite large and many Commercial/Industrial Embroiderers may not have the room for one. I don't know about you, but just because you have an 8 head that doesn't make you a commercial embroiderer and in many instances I believe it would be a waste of $$. I'd rather have a 4 head, a 2 head and 2 singles for a total of 8 heads. I would have much greater versatility in programing my runs efficiently.

But an 8 will run you as stated 60 - 70K US.
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Old January 25th, 2010, 12:10 PM   #4 (permalink)
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"Industrial" refers to the construction of the machine and its production potential, not necessarily the number of heads. Certainly, from a production standpoint, multiple heads can be considered industrial. But, I have many, many customers producing tens of thousands of pieces monthly that incorporate both multi-head and single-head embroidery machines. The Barudan single-head bridge is an industrial machine and performs like one.
Also, I can't imagine purchasing a multi-head machine that does not have at least cap capability.
That being said, remember that nearly everything is negotiable, particularly now when the machine sales market is as depressed as it is.
My recommendation is to purchase the best machine on the market and let them know what you want to spend. You can expect around $60-$70k for an 8-head machine.
Ok thanks, Jason, seems you seller of such machines. So you informed and i realy thank you for your post. Its exactly whjat i was talking about.
So 8 heads machine cost 65 000 USD. (in USA)
"Industrial" are machines that are strong enough to work 25 hours a day. 10 years non stop.
And yes 1 heads could be industrial as well.
What I mentioned anyhow was only about more than 8 heads machines.
Thats because I am seller ad you are.
Just interested.
8 heads Chinese embr. machine in BG costs 20 000 USD.
I have such deals in last 5 years around my area, and they ( machines) work as real as you can imagine. ( If you can )
Hope its interesting for you too.
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Old January 25th, 2010, 12:24 PM   #5 (permalink)
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My sentiments exactly, Industrial refers to the Construction! Anyone buying an industrial machine without an included cap capability is shooting themselves in the foot. Also an 8 head machine is quite large and many Commercial/Industrial Embroiderers may not have the room for one. I don't know about you, but just because you have an 8 head that doesn't make you a commercial embroiderer and in many instances I believe it would be a waste of $$. I'd rather have a 4 head, a 2 head and 2 singles for a total of 8 heads. I would have much greater versatility in programing my runs efficiently.

But an 8 will run you as stated 60 - 70K US.
Its not for me to buy. Its a thread about "pricing of new industrial embr. machines" in different places round the world.
8 heads doesnt make anyone industrioal embroiderer.
But
8 heads machine certainly means "industrial
1 head could be industrial and home..
Was in iterest about these that are 8 heads or more. thats why I started the line.
Thank you too.
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