Brother's Innovations. Your Tools for Success.
Now available is the option to connect machine direct to a
PC, allowing greater flexibility and maximum productivity. The machine is sold in
a package with the harness and software included, or is sold as a single unit to
be connected with other Brother machines, or to operate independently.
Get instant access to real time data regarding production
rates, speed, stitch count, time for sew-out, production statistics and much more.
The reporting can be displayed within a three year period. Data can be imported
into an Excel spreadsheet or graphing program. View sewing status, time, efficiency,
total output per day, hour, week, month, etc.
A single computer can control a maximum of four units in any
combination of 1, 4, or 6-head machines. These four units can operate independently
at the same time, which is ideal for large-variety small-lot production runs and
for producing different items all at once. It also allows productivity to be greatly
Maximize system productivity with fewer bobbin changes with
the larger capacity, jumbo "M" style bobbins. Brother enhanced the performance
of the jumbo bobbin by designing the cams and gears inside the sewing head to accommodate
the longer rotation of the larger bobbin.
Brother's wick oiling system significantly reduces machine
maintenance downtime. Oil is poured into a conveniently located reservoir on the
machine and a wick that is threaded through the internal workings of the sewing
head delivers oil when and where it is needed, eliminating the time-consuming task
of oiling numerous, hard-to-reach locations.
Developed by Brother, the cam-driven presser foot allows the
machine to run faster and quieter. The precise movement of the cam reacts faster
than the previous spring-loaded technology and reduces the noisy pounding of the
presser foot on the throat plate. The single presser foot also facilitates increased
machine speed and requires less maintenance.
Start sewing faster with the simple, logical commands found
on the control panel. For example, the hoop feed button moves the pantograph out
from under the needles for trouble-free appliqué placement and easy loading
and unloading of hoops.
Resume stitching a partially complete design after the machine
has been turned off, unplugged or even after power failure. Shut the machine off
to work with a customer, go home for the evening or even move the machine across
town and never lose a stitch or go off registration - another Brother first.