Single head; Tajima vs. Barudan

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Old June 28th, 2011, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Single head; Tajima vs. Barudan

I'm in need for a new 15 needle single head machine that can produce the best stitch quality available out there. Especially the fine details and quality fills are important as I'll be doing mostly plants and floral type embroidery designs.

I've been asking a lot of folks but their opinions came out to be mixed bags.
I've heard people recommending that these two top machines are of the same quality and that the design outcome will only be depended on how the embroidery was digitized.
But given the quality digitized DST file on BOTH machines, which one would give the utmost attention to detail?

I've been told that it'll be a lot easier if I go to one of those trade shows but I'm not in my freedom to do so. I'd rather prefer long term hands on experiences by the descerning users who owned both machines and would be a key factor in determinding my decision.

On the technical side notes, even though the Tajima appears to be much futuristic looking and has more bells and whistles than the Barudan, what I've learned was that the Barudan employs Servo-driven motor instead of the old school step-motor design. I wonder if that could be the key reason why some folks prefers Barudan when it comes to the quality of embroidery outputs (vs. trouble free quantity production).

Anyway I'd love to hear your opinion.

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