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Fast Frames Replacement Arm for Commercial and Semi-Commercial Embroidery Machines

Price
$143.65
Model and Size:
Amaya 18.5"
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Fast Frames Replacement Arm for Commercial and Semi-Commercial Embroidery Machines

Also Available in Our Retail Store
1001 Knight Avenue, Ponca City, OK 74601

Call for More Information: (580)765-9999

Replacement Arm Only. This is a replacement for the arm that comes in the 7 in one set. This individual arm can be used to complete a 7 in 1 set or as a start for your own set.

Fast Frames are a hoop less embroidery frame. Stick on backing is placed on the frame. The adhesive backing is exposed in the open embroidery area of the frame. Press the area to be sewn firmly down on the backing. Use the notches as line up points for alignment. Any area that will lay down flat in the sew field you can sew. Rotation of the design may be needed, for example the back arch of a cap. Use it for sweat band area of caps, backs, sides, bills, bucket caps, collar tips, cuffs of sleeves, dog collars, gym bag center flaps, etc. Sport knits do not get stretched out of shape. The stick on backing holds it in place. This is a much faster cost effective way of sewing hard to sew items. Don't worry - you won't waste a lot of backing. When you tear the item away you just place a patch on the hole from the underside and press the next item in place to sew.

Main Features

  • Hooping in 5 seconds
  • Relief from carpel tunnel
  • Excellent repeatability
  • Great for multi head operations

Since this is a Fast Frames product, these machines will not recognize the frame size on the LCD screen. Therefore, you will need to position designs properly to avoid needles or the foot from hitting the edges of the frames. (do trial tracing test in layout)

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