Well guys, this is one of those questions that everyone has an answer for. I will tell you what I have experienced. We started our custom embroidery business
in 1990 with a Baruden and it was a definite lemon. The company came in and let us use a 4-head for a while, but I will always say that machine never ran right. We moved into Tajima and never went back.
I have been to many shows and the quality of a Tajima is evident even there. If you look at some of the other brands you can see more plastic parts, usually seem louder and just dont seem as sturdy as the Tajima Embroidery Machine. Custom Embroidery
is not an easy thing. It takes years to master custom digitizing and the ability to know what to sew on what fabrics. The last thing you want is an underperforming machine to mess that up.
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