At Kitmondo, we provide a comprehensive range of used large orders embroidery machines, essential for high-volume embroidery production in the textile industry. These machines are built to handle extensive embroidery projects with precision and efficiency, making them perfect for manufacturers of apparel, home textiles, and promotional products. Our selection includes models priced from €10,000 for basic units to €100,000 for advanced, high-capacity machines from top brands like Tajima, Barudan, Brother, and ZSK. Each machine comes with specific features, such as the number of heads, embroidery area size, stitch speed, and automation level, to meet diverse production needs.

When choosing an embroidery machine for large orders, it is important to consider factors such as design complexity, production speed requirements, compatibility with various fabrics and threads, and ease of operation and maintenance. These factors are crucial for achieving consistent, high-quality embroidery, optimizing production efficiency, and minimizing downtime. Investing in used embroidery machines from Kitmondo not only provides access to premium equipment at reduced prices but also promotes sustainability by extending the lifespan of durable machinery.

Explore Kitmondo’s listings today to find reliable large orders embroidery machines that offer outstanding performance and value for your high-volume embroidery needs. Rely on Kitmondo's dedication to excellent customer service to help you select the ideal machine to enhance your textile production operations.

For sale : Embroidery machine Saurer Epoca 2 16.3 yards - year 2003

Year: 2003

Working width 1600 mm
Speed (Points/min) 360
Nbr of colors 552
Card Reader Yes

BARUDAN BEKY-Y912FII (2019) Embroiderer

Year: 2019

Working width 350 mm
Speed (Points/min) 1000
Nbr of colors 9
Card Reader Yes

Taji̇ma TFGN 930 Embroidery machine

Year: 2006

Working width 7200 mm
Speed (Points/min) 1100
Nbr of colors 9
Card Reader Yes

Mammut VMK Embroidery machine

Year: 1990

Working width 2600 mm



SWF Embroidery machine

Year:

Nbr of colors 12
Card Reader Yes

ZSK JF0111-500 Embroidery machine Hot deal

Year: 2000

Single head embroidery machine, Zsk brand, model Jf0111-500

Gammil PM8014 Embroidery machine

Year: 2007

Working width 1400 mm
Speed (Points/min) 3200

Barudan BEMRBH-UG-2TU Embroidery machine

Year: 1991

Working width 1000 mm
Speed (Points/min) 750
Nbr of colors 7
Card Reader Yes

Meca Std Quilting machine

Year: 1980

Meca quilting machine for the production of quilts and bedspreads, and quilts in general. Maximum quilting height 275cm Complete with automatic cutter for cutting quilted panels.

Feiya CT-H-908 Embroidery machine

Year: 2012

Working width 4000 mm
Card Reader Yes
Nbr of colors 9

TAJİMA TMFX-G1212 Embroidery machine

Year: 2000

Working width 4800 mm
Speed (Points/min) 1000
Nbr of colors 12
Card Reader Yes

Nantong XİNJİA quilting machine

Year: 2014

Working width 3300 mm
Nbr of colors 1

Barudan BEMRBH-UG-2TU Embroidery machine

Year:

Working width 1400 mm
Speed (Points/min) 750
Nbr of colors 7

Barudan BENS-YN-17U Embroidery machine

Year:

Working width 320 mm
Speed (Points/min) 900
Nbr of colors 9

Barudan BEMS YS 12 TU Embroidery machine

Year: 1991

Working width 300 mm
Speed (Points/min) 850
Nbr of colors 7
Card Reader No

Tajima Stretch DC912 Embroidery machine

Year: 1995

1995 Tajima Stretch DC912 270 degree cap hoops – 24, Table Up Hoops: 24 size 12 cm, 24 size 15 cm, 24 jacket back size Tubular: 24 jacket back size, possibly some smaller tubular hoops will be available.


Optimizing Textile Production: An In-Depth Guide to High-Volume Embroidery Machines

High-volume embroidery machines are critical assets in the textile industry, designed to handle extensive embroidery tasks efficiently and precisely. These machines are essential for meeting the demands of mass production, ensuring superior quality finishes across various fabrics. By understanding the different types, features, and considerations for acquiring high-volume embroidery machines, businesses can greatly enhance their production capabilities. Kitmondo, a premier online marketplace for used industrial machinery, provides a wide selection of high-volume embroidery machines, offering businesses access to premium equipment at competitive prices.

Types of High-Volume Embroidery Machines

Embroidery machines tailored for large-scale orders come in various types and configurations to address specific production requirements. Here's a detailed look at the main categories:

Multi-Head Embroidery Machines

Multi-head embroidery machines are engineered to perform multiple embroidery tasks concurrently, significantly boosting production speed and efficiency.

  • Single-Head Machines: Suitable for smaller enterprises or specialized tasks. While not typically used for bulk orders, they are valuable for custom projects or sample creation.
  • Multi-Head Machines: Equipped with several embroidery heads (ranging from 2 to over 20), these machines can embroider multiple garments at once, making them ideal for high-volume production.

Automated Embroidery Machines

Automated embroidery machines feature advanced automation capabilities, reducing the need for manual intervention and enhancing precision.

  • Computerized Embroidery Machines: Operated via software, these machines can handle intricate designs with high accuracy, suitable for detailed embroidery work.
  • Programmable Machines: Allow operators to pre-set patterns and designs, ensuring consistent and precise embroidery across large batches.

Industrial Embroidery Machines

Built for continuous operation and heavy-duty use, industrial embroidery machines are perfect for large-scale production environments.

  • Flatbed Machines: Used for embroidering flat items like panels, patches, and appliqués, suitable for a wide range of fabric types.
  • Tubular Machines: Designed for items such as hats, sleeves, and bags, offering flexibility in handling different garment shapes.
  • Combination Machines: These machines combine flatbed and tubular capabilities, providing versatility for various embroidery tasks.

Key Features and Specifications

When choosing a high-volume embroidery machine, it is crucial to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the machine meets your production needs. Key factors include:

Number of Heads

The number of heads indicates how many items can be embroidered simultaneously. Multi-head machines (from 2 to 20+ heads) significantly enhance productivity and are essential for large-scale operations. Kitmondo’s listings provide detailed specifications on the number of heads, helping you find a machine that fits your production requirements.

Speed

Measured in stitches per minute (SPM), the embroidery speed impacts production throughput. Higher speeds allow for faster order completion without compromising quality. Look for machines with adjustable speed settings to accommodate different fabrics and designs.

Embroidery Area

The embroidery area defines the maximum size of the design that can be embroidered. Ensure the machine’s embroidery area can accommodate your specific design needs, from small logos to large, intricate patterns.

Automation and Control

Advanced automation and control systems improve precision, consistency, and efficiency in embroidery operations. Features such as programmable settings, touch-screen interfaces, real-time monitoring, and automated thread trimming and color changes can significantly boost productivity and ensure consistent product quality.

Build Quality and Durability

The machine’s build quality and durability are vital for long-term operational efficiency. Machines made from high-quality materials, such as robust alloys and reinforced components, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-maintain designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs.

Compatibility with Design Software

Ensure the embroidery machine is compatible with popular design software such as Wilcom, Pulse, and Hatch. This compatibility allows seamless integration and easy transfer of designs to the machine.

Thread and Needle Options

Consider the machine’s compatibility with various thread types and needle sizes. Versatility in thread and needle options enhances the machine’s capability to handle different fabrics and complex designs.

Leading Brands in High-Volume Embroidery Machines

Opting for reputable brands ensures higher quality and reliable support. Here are some top brands in the high-volume embroidery machine market:

  • Tajima: Known for high-precision and innovative machines, Tajima provides robust solutions for various embroidery applications.
  • Barudan: Renowned for durable and advanced technology, Barudan machines are popular in the textile industry.
  • Brother: Offers a range of high-performance embroidery machines, known for their reliability and efficiency in demanding applications.
  • SWF: Provides versatile embroidery machines characterized by efficiency and robustness, ideal for large-scale operations.
  • ZSK: Known for high-quality machines designed for precision and high-speed embroidery, suitable for complex and high-volume production.

Kitmondo features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used High-Volume Embroidery Machines

The cost of used high-volume embroidery machines varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices range from several thousand to several tens of thousands of dollars. For instance, a used Tajima multi-head embroidery machine might be priced around $20,000 to $50,000, while a high-end Barudan model could cost between $50,000 and $100,000. Kitmondo’s marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.

Conclusion

High-volume embroidery machines are essential tools in the textile industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for large-scale embroidery tasks. By understanding the different types of machines and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their production capabilities. Kitmondo provides a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, offering detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a multi-head embroidery machine, an automated model, or an industrial-grade machine, Kitmondo’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your embroidery operations.