Embroidery Machine

Published: 23rd February 2010
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Embroidery machines, also known as the embroidery machine.
Embroidery machine, literally a look I think we should all understand that the embroidery machine, embroidery machine or embroidery machine, which is the literal meaning, in the beginning out of hand embroidery embroidery, when the embroidery machine in fact the so-called not the true meaning of the embroidery machine because it was the embroidery machine is a traditional sewing machines, replaced with a small hole in bottom, up and down and out of non-stop sewing machine needles, along with hand-held frame tightened with embroidered cloth, move back and forth, in fact say that this so-called embroidery machines, embroidery is still a matter of fact.
Embroidery machines for the global history of the development is generally like this:
1828
Joshua Heilman produced the first hand-embroidery machine. From Mulhouse in Koechlin made a year later sold to Manchester, England Houldsworth.
1834
Hand embroidery machine at the Paris Exposition (Paris Exposition) on display and get Legion of Honor Award.
1860
Rui Shiti flower weaver Isaak Groebli right technology and the hand embroidery machine sewing machine at the time (or the lock-pin) technology combined in a single machine with great interest. His aim is to be able to use in order to develop a continuous line (around the line axis) machine. The use of the lock pin embroidery machine is bound to bring a full and complete revolution.
1864
Groebli in Switzerland St. Gallen in support of Mr. M. Wehrli developed the first experimental prototype, because of its shuttle shaped like a boat, so it is called "schiffli machine" (in Switzerland and Germany, dialects, schiffli mean refers to the boat), Chinese is translated: "Schiffli embroidery machine." The machine has 24 needles, 1 1 / 2 yards long with only one needle can be working correctly. The Swiss city of Winterthur machine manufacturer, Mr. Reiter will undertake the development of schiffli down.
1865
Reiter launch of the first type schiffli machine Reiter. Plant capacity are inadequate to meet orders. Characteristics of this machine are as follows:
4 1 / 2 yards long
28 rev / min
Jacquard machine driven by the
1867
Schiffli embroidery machine in the first World Exhibition in Paris (Paris World Exhibition), on display, and was awarded Recognition Award.
1870
Germany Plauen's Schnoor and Steinhouse firm has developed a similar Rittmeyer of hand embroidery machine. The firm has achieved success, only 1982 units will be sold in 2325.
Then the more famous hand embroidery machine factory are: Martini's, Tanner and Adolph Saurer companies.
1873
Ko Insight Inc. in New York (Kursheedt Co.) Imported 12 sets of hand embroidery machines, Jacob Klaus also will come to the United States as a mechanic.
1875
Schiffli embroidery machines for the first time export orders is to give the United States, Ko Insight Inc. (Kursheedt Co.), A single is 18 units. This randomized to the mechanic is the Arnold Groebli and Isaak's son. Kursheedt also bought the patents in the United States.
1878
Sura (Saurer), and mulberry Division (Sons) in Switzerland, Arbon began manufacturing Schiffli embroidery machine.
Another Schiffli embroidery machine manufacturer (Vogtlandischer Machine Works AGE) entered the market, it is called the temperature McGrath (Vomag), Vomag Schiffli embroidery machines soon to become technology leaders.
Isaak Groebli experiment will begin Jacquard technology (also used in the manufacture weaving machine design guidelines) combined in the manufacture of new machines, such revolutionary ideas and experiments led to the development of automated Groebli of modern technology has brought Schiffli embroidery machine greatly improved.
1890
The first robot to run in New York Schiffli embroidery machines, but since then there is no version of the system can be used to fight the situation has continued for six years.
The early 19th century
Robbie San Textile Co., Ltd. (Robison Textile Co.) Opened in New Jersey, manufactures and markets a line Schiffli embroidery industry.
1905
Poor network (Plauen) and Sura (Saurer) to roll out 10 yards Schiffli embroidery machine.
From 1890 to 1906, the U.S. Shuttle embroidery industry significantly increased the establishment of 143 plants, with 600 Schiffli embroidery machine. And most concentrated in New Jersey, Hudson County, because there near the base of New York's garment industry. In contrast, Switzerland 6000 Schiffli embroidery machine in use.
C1907-year
Wen McGrath (Vomag), chief engineer Robert Zahn, has developed a new automatic machine, far better than the other models on the market.
1911
American embroidery industry has developed to: 241 Shuttle embroidery factory, 1013 Taiwan Schiffli embroidery machines and 5900 employees; 248 hand-embroidery factory, 1159 Taiwan hand embroidery machines and 2,500 employees.
Singer Sewing Machine Company (Singer Sewing Machine Co.) Began to publish advertisements of a scaling instrument-driven six embroidery machine, but in the late 30s will no longer be produced.
1919
In Germany, Freiburg, Rudolf Schmidt, and a partner set up Burkhardt & Schmidt, sewing thread and embroidery specializing in the production line, later, the company changed its name to Madeira Gamfabrik.
1919 -1.92 thousand years
Clothing fashions using a lot of embroidery, practitioners access to the highest ever earnings (until now it is true). Including Spain, including some of the most difficult shawl embroidered also attempt.
1920
In the United States Connecticut, Dominick Golia established embroidery company in New Haven (New Haven Embroidery), the last (according to the operation of an embroidery industry contracts) evolved into a super Embroidery Machinery Co., Ltd. (Ultramatic Embroidery Machine Co.)
The mid-20
In Germany, Plauen (known as lace and embroidery City), Paul Gunold began offering embroidery designs and punch-card business.
1926
Dresden, Germany's Carl Wurker to obtain the help of engineers, Max Bretschneider, and the appointment of its first readers, automatic sewing machine design. The result that multi-head embroidery machines become smaller and more automated. The prototype is only a single head, but soon three machines have become the standard model, 1940, in the use of 3 "Walker" (Wurker) aircraft will reach 3,000 units.
1933
In the United States Cleveland, Ohio, EB Meister and his brothers have developed an embroidery effect, zoom, instrument-driven, producing a variety of monogram letters machine, called Meistergram.
1937
North Hudson County Business Council was established embroidery Bureau (Embroidery Bureau). Since then this part of the Bureau and others who co-founded the "Schiffli Lace & Embroidery Manufacturers Association" (Schiffli Lace & Embroidery Manufacturers Association).
1938
Geoffrey E. Macpherson Nottingham in the United Kingdom opened a sales company of textile machinery and accessories - Geoffrey E. Macpherson Ltd.. After the company for at least five countries have set up an office in the commercial embroidery industry has a major influence.
1942
Embroidery recession has passed, the Second World War, the United States 90% of the emblem of the war are in the United States Shuttle embroidery machines manufactured.
1944
Tokai Sewing Machine Co., Ltd. (Tokai Industrial Sewing Machine Co. Ltd.) Was established. This is Tajima's (Tajima Industries) of the parent company.
The mid-40
Low paid workers in the United States embroidered. In 1942, a mechanic look at the salaries of 19 cents / hour. Four years later, an experienced mechanic to see the wages of 1.5 U.S. dollars / hour.
1945
New York, Harry Hirsch opened Albihirsh International, to promote knitting equipment and molding equipment.
1946
Jack Krasnitz selling sewing machines set up the "Sewing Machine Trading Center" (Sewing Machine Exchange), later by the Sons Ron and Marty Krasnitz took over the business and become the U.S. high (Melco), and Tajima (Tajima) dealers.
1949
By the end of April, Paul Gunold led the family left the war-torn Plauen, three weeks later, in Stockstadt began to play a new version of his design business.
1950
Harvey Anton opened one in New York, Broome Street, called Anton Yam Co.'s Company, to sell lines Schiffli embroidery.
1951
Erik Gross of "Walker" (Wurker) machine as a model to produce the United States made the first multi-head embroidery machine mechanical.
Coleman Schneider Ze Xixi in New York established a "Sneijder to play version of the international design firm" (C. Schneider International Designers & Punchers), is only able to provide the United States, "Georgia Ruth" (Gross) pattern embroidery machine tape company . Later, it began to play version of Shuttle embroidery machines to provide services. Still later, the company has at least 19 professional designers to develop into a version of the greatest centers to play.
Embroidery owner Lenny LaVeghetta invented an electronic sensor disconnected, with ring tones or lights to remind the watching machine workers.
1953
Schiffli embroidery embroidery part of the owners from the Board (Embroidery Bureau) split out, set up a confrontation with another trade association - "Schiffli Lace & Embroidery Manufacturers Association" (Schiffli Lace & Embroidery Manufacturers Association).
Zangs (Cang Fox) began manufacturing multi-head embroidery machine mechanical.
Geoffrey E. Macpherson Ltd. Contracted sales of the new "Cang Fox" (Zangs) Embroidery Machine
The mid-50
"National Textile Workers" (Textile Workers of America) successfully organized the embroidery factory workers, representing 80% of the embroidery workers and 20 years, its representation dropped to less than 50%.
Schiffli Embroidery Factory began to migrate south, in the Carolina and Georgia to establish bases.
After the war, multi-head embroidery technology in the "Walker" (Wurker) on the basis of rapid development. Mai Gao company in Hamburg, Germany (Markscheffel Co. Abbreviated as Marco) and Germany, Krefeld of the Cang Fox's (Zangs Co.) For the first time in close co-operation, in 1952 and 1953 of the European exhibition on display at the new models. At that time, one step higher and Cang Fox is Japan's market, long a major supplier of embroidery machine
In the United States, manufacturing, multi-head embroidery machine manufacturers Bergenfield, New Jersey, the "Georgia Ruth Automatic Embroidery Company" (Erik Gross Embroidery Automat Inc.).
1957
Ichinomiya City, Japan "Love Lina Industries" (Elena Industries - Yoshio Shibata family clothing business) in the United States to purchase a "grid Ruth" (Gross) multi-head embroidery machines, due to irregularities with the specifications of the machine, in order to more Good to meet their company's needs, Shibata started to develop embroidery machine. In 1959, only for its internal use of the new machine was born.
Embroidery Authority (Embroidery Bureau) and the Schiffli Lace & Embroidery Manufacturers Association (Schiffli Lace & Embroidery Manufacturers Association) merge, follow the latter's name.
1959
Robison Textile Company and Anton Yam merger into the Robison-Anton Textile Co.
1962
Thank Erik Gross invented the jump-pin devices, making embroidery frame moving clock may not penetrate the fabric. A few years later, he abandoned his own patents for their invention.
1963
Dedicated to multi-head embroidery machine introduction of nylon line for the first time, is Toronto, Canada Robison-Anton is Beauty-form Lingerie Co. Production, orders began to 4 colors 24 per volume.
1964
Tokai Japan East China Sea Sewing Machine Co., Ltd. (Tokai Industrial Sewing Machine Co. Ltd.) Began to produce "Tajima" brand multi-head automatic embroidery machine.
BEHRINGER first embroidery machine off the production line to enter the market.
Coleman Schneider agent in the United States one step higher (Marco) and Cang Fox (Zangs) multi-head embroidery machines, the U.S. market from other brands of embroidery machine grid Ruth's (Gross) agent.
The mid-60
In Germany, Paul Gunold's son, established Stickma, selling embroidery line and other auxiliary parts.
Late 60s
Paterson, New Jersey, the Haggar Bros has developed a practical system for color.
1967
Kyoto, Japan, the charity's (Eltac Co.) Started making embroidery machines, they are the world's first electronic control unit 8 the introduction of multi-head embroidery machine tape machine, charity machine sales in Hong Kong, Macao and Southeast Asia, the main area, the main agent Hannchen companies in Hong Kong. Amity after the company goes bankrupt, its production operations embroidery machines from Japan being the company (Happy Machine Co.) Assumption of the conduct.
Tampa, Fla. Air Force Base watchmaker Sidney O. Beck has developed a "bring monogram embroidery machine", a scaling instrument-driven, and used the name of a military character to bring accurate embroidery machine.
1968
Japan BEHRINGER (Barudan) launched its first mechanical-type multi-head embroidery machine.
Embroidery owner-playing version of the division Coleman Schneider published his first book on embroidery book: "Machine-Made Embroidery".
1968 - 1969
Coleman Schneider commissioned by Auto-Trol, Inc. (located in Colorado, Arvada, engaged in computer research and digital business) for the development of multi-head embroidery equipment, computer plate-making system, Auto-Trol The company employs a bunch of engineers (among them Randall Melton and Bill Childs) to this project. The first transect of its actual use in Schneider's factory, unfortunately, in this project is not complete before the Auto-Trol companies have been sold.
C1970-year
Electronic technology used in shuttle embroidery machines, embroidery machine brings technology upgrading.
1970
New Haven Embroidery Inc. (New Haven Embroidery) of Golia family from the hands of Coleman Schneider bought a "step high" power of attorney in the United States, the United States and Canada market, the German system "step high" (Marco) Mechanical Embroidery machine agents.
Tajima (Tajima) to develop Jumper agency technical.
1972
Bill Childs and Randall Melton high in Denver to establish a US-company (Melco Industries of Denver), who in 1969 employed in the Auto-Trol had participated in the development of computer embroidery play version of the system project, and now they are in the original project, based on the began to further refinement refined.
Barudan (Barudan Co. Ltd.) Launched Jumper-agency technical and automatic color change feature.
1973
After agent "Cang Fox" (Zangs) 20 years later, Geoffrey E. Macpherson's company began marketing in Europe BEHRINGER (Barudan) of the full range of products.
Tajima (Tajima) was first introduced with the color changing function of 6-pin machine.
1974
Golias has introduced mechanical embroidery machines, with an average of 300-400 per minute needles. In order to take care of its new products, Golias has established a new department: Ultramatic Embroidery Machinery Co., Ltd. (Ultramatic Embroidery Machine Co.).
Cang Fox Inc. (Zangs) to launch electronic multi-head embroidery machine.
70 early
After the pocket with embroidered denim overalls of the most popular fashion trends, while stimulating the public's acceptance of embroidery, embroidery machine sales and signing the level of contracting activity.
The mid-70
It was reported that 13,000 units in Japan long embroidery machines, most of them mechanical, the focus of competition is the development of fully computerized machines.
Harry Hirsch HE Sri Lanka through his company (Hirsch International) began importing Tajima (Tajima) mechanical multi-head embroidery machine, his first customer is an El Paso, Texas, Jim Yates.
1975
Rudolf Schmidt Jr. As Burkhardt & Schmidt (shareholders are the Madeira Garnfabrik and Rudolf Schmidt KG.) Chief Executive Officer and sole owner, he is the son of its founder Schmidt. Schmidt's other two sons, Michael and Ulrich soon joined the family business this door, plans to expand the business to the United States, the United Kingdom and Singapore.
1976
Geoffrey E. Macpherson's youngest son, Neil Macpherson came to the United States, established Macpherson Inc., Distribution BEHRINGER (Barudan) machine.
MGM Corporation (Melco Industries) introduced the world's first set of computer embroidery play version of the system - Digitrac, and sold as high as the city is located in Osaka, Japan Embroidery Company (Goda Embroidery).
Ultramatic Corporation (Ultramatic) at the Bobbin Show on display its first six single-needle embroidery machine.
1977
Meistergram on display at the Bobbin Show first character of its computer embroidery machine.
Barudan (Barudan) made its first all-computer multi-head embroidery machine.
Randall Melton and William Childs of Ultramatic Inc. (Ultramatic Machine Co) has also developed a character computer embroidery machine, and obtain an "arc of keyboard characters" of the patent.
1978
Tajima's (Tajima Industries Ltd.) Launched its first multi-head computer embroidery machine - TMBE type.
Unofficial industrial historian Coleman Schneider published his second book: "Embroidery: Schiffli & Multihead."
BEHRINGER (Barudan Co. Ltd) launched its first version of a computerized embroidery system
1979
City of Sydney in Australia, Australians, Canadians, Bill Wilson and Robert Pongrass test the company has established Weir (Wilcom), develops and sells computer embroidery version of the system.
70 mid-to late
Increased competition will eventually force the Erik Gross shut down his embroidery machine manufacturing business.
Late 70s
During this period the three major development: automatic cutting line, automatically change color, 8 units of e-paper tape readers.
Moritz's (Moritz Embroidery Works) the first test with the Weir Corporation (Wilcom) the production of electronic cards will be transformed into its Schiffli embroidery machine computerized.
1980
MGM Corporation (Melco) launched its first single-head embroidery machines, the use of an automatic arc-oriented technology to enable them to track vehicles along the circumference of flowers.
Embroidery contractor Jim Yates (Texas, owns Yates Monogram Company) and the HAES Inc. (Hirsch International) of the Harry Hirsch set up its distribution embroidery equipment Sedeco company (Southwestern Embroidery Design & Equipment Co.), Yates finally been achieved, Sedeco full ownership of the company.
Will test the company (Wilcom) to expand its business in the United States established a regional office in Chicago.
1982
In Atlanta, G + S Corporation (Gunold + Stickma) established the United States G + S company operating in the line and playing Edition service. Later, its operations extended to the product version of embroidery accessories and playing equipment and playing software.
Tas Tsonis and Brian Goldberg opened in the basement of the Pars Company (Pulse Microsystems). They have embroidery industry has developed the first set of patterns archiving software, and network management software, and data acquisition software.
1983
Macpherson has developed its first long cylindrical arm-type embroidery machine.
Macpherson company's employees Dennis Smith has developed the world's first set of the framework for the finished cap embroidery, this patented product is used in the embroidery machine on the BEHRINGER.
1984
Zangs (Cang Fox) was established after the reorganization of the ZSK (embroidered Korea).
Tajima's (Tajima) to the U.S. market in order to provide better technical services, establishment of technology centers in New Jersey.
Ken Paige, and his wife, in New Haven, opened in the U.S. city of Laconia Madeira company, is a German system of lines company - Madeira company's branches. Six years, the U.S. companies in Florida and California to open an office products business to expand into all kinds of embroidery accessories and tools.
1985
Macpherson company bought the Cleveland City Meistergram company, and the company moved to North Carolina, Greensboro.
1986
Japanese embroidery machine manufacturer, the BEHRINGER (Barudan) took the lead in the U.S. and embroidery machine manufacturing facility.
1987
"Stitches Magazine" was first issued in May this year, about 7,000 were sent to start a bi-monthly, after a period out of a few, decided to single-issue. 6 months after initial publication, the magazine hosted its first embroidery on the General Assembly (Embroidery Conference).
The first session of the "Stitch-Off" contest in Denver, the city of embroidery The Press Expo. Held.
1988
MGM Corporation (Melco) in a program called "Epicor" electronic control system, is the first embroidery machine embroidery machine computer and mechanical separation to provide a separate electrical control system of the merchants.
Tajima (Tajima), in its embroidered cap models introduces an automatic cut off the assembly line on the device (as an option), at the time other manufacturers have not yet heard of such a device available for customer use.
1989
Toyota (Toyota) computer embroidery equipment, manufacturing plant - the United States, Nomura has introduced a six-pin electrical control system.
Accessory Resource Corp. Opened in Denver, all-weather 24-hour supply of embroidery parts and accessories.
Late 80s
Die cast Si Pan (Pantograms) companies to become Toyota (Toyota) computer embroidery machine distributor.
1990
Barbara J. Behm wrote a book: "The Business of Computerized Embroidery", is the first book about the embroidery business and management books.
Lance and Cindy Sabo established in Arizona, embroidery trade association (Embroidery Trade Association) in September this year, demutualization, the next year in January, started to accept embroidery industry, and other industrial sectors as a member.
Barudan (Barudan) and Tajima (Tajima) plans to set up service centers in Moscow.
Arbon, Switzerland's Saurer Group (Saurer Group Holding Inc.) Achieved a high corporate America (Melco Industries.) Main controlling stake.
"Stitches Magazine" magazine and Embroidery Association of Japan (Japan Embroidery Association) started judging who is the annual exchange Awards (the United States, "Stitch-Off" Award and Japan's "All-Japan Embroidery Contest" Award) winners of the competition.
"Stitches Magazine" in the international cities - Calgary, Alberta, Canada hosted the First International Conference on embroidery, the embroidery industry in four countries attended the meeting.
Two new books about embroidery successfully issued. One is about to play version of: "From Thought to Thread", the author is Calgary, Alberta, Canada Opal embroidery company's Wendy Griffiths. Another is about the embroidery industry, the latest overview: "The Art of Embroidery in the '90s", written by Coleman Schneider.
It is said that first home video form of multi-head embroidery machine embroidery hands-on training is the Affiliated Service Center (Affiliated Embroidery Services) TV embroidered School (Video Embroidery School). A year later the video material has been translated into Spanish.
Germany, G + S Corporation (Gunold + Stickma) single-head and double-head embroidery machine of the IMB show in Cologne, Germany debut, it was reported that this model is for non-U.S. market.
Will test the company (Wilcom) and U.S. high-Company (Melco Industries) agreed to exchange technology ownership, Will test approved by the U.S. company's use of its high-stitch processing technology, the U.S. high-Will companies leave the company to use its examination of patent and arc its "America high" plane directly connected.
Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd. Launch of the first rubber-powered mini-embroidery machines, embroidery area of 4 "× 4", total weight about 8 pounds, model called POEM 500, Tampa, Florida by the city of Toyota / Pantograms Distribution Company .
The first American-made embroidery machine's nose high in the United States (Melco Industries, located in Denver) Headquarters left the assembly line.
Mai Gao's (Marco Co.) After a brief disappearance, but also the re-emergence in the United States and Europe, multi-head embroidery machine on the market, but in the spring of 1992, they decided to no longer continue in this business.
1992
Will test the company (Wilcom), and Mark Steinberg's Graphic Applications merged into Wilcom Graphic Applications (Will test graphics application company).
Barcelona's Puntada Group has developed a computer called the multi-head embroidery machine Thor series debut in the United States will not be smooth, may be due to mechanical problems which resulted in the cessation of sale.
Montreal, Quebec City, Canada Filtex of Richford, Vermont in the United States opened a manufacturing multi-head embroidery nylon thread factory.
1993
James Buck in the Fort Worth, Texas, launched Mesa Distributors Inc., sales of Excel, and Kashmir to play version of the system.
Barudan America (United States BEHRINGER) in Ohio, Solon (near Cleveland) of the new facility opened.
"Stitches Magazine" magazine was Intertec Publishing Group (Intertec Publishing) acquisition.
Monograms Plus Inc. Former concession to establish a Sew Smart Owners Association, and later the group changed its name to Monograms America.
MGM (Melco Embroidery Systems) launched a new embroidery machine - Advantage 18, it has only one pin, but can use 18 kinds of the color line. It uses pneumatic technology, the embroidery machine can be automatically cut lines, wiring, and threading.
PFAFF Corporation (Pfaff) 72% of the shares sold to the Semi-Tech (Global) Co. Ltd. (Singer Co .-- Singer's parent company).
Clothing factory to buy a large embroidery factory and a growing trend towards printing plant, the biggest two are: Russell M & Game, Fruit of the Loom acquired Salem Sportswear.
Fluctuations in the yen against the U.S. dollar imbalance, making multi-head embroidery machines sold at 3-4 months, up nearly 15%.
1994
HAES Inc. (Hirsch International) listed eight dollars per share opened. In the NASDAQ - National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation on the name: HRSH. American embroidery industry's first publicly traded company.
Stitchmaster the company established the first one for embroidery practitioners to provide continuous service of electronic bulletin board - Stitchmaster Online.
Macpherson Inc., Macpherson Monogram and Meistergram re-form a combined company - Macpherson Meistergram.
G + S Corporation (Gunold + Stickma) launched its "One-Stop" ( "a one-stop") software, they could use 9 kinds of colors on the scan patterns without human intervention to fully automatic marker making.
Tultex, Inc. (1 has a long history of wool clothing enterprises) to vote for union workers.
Tajima (Tajima) has developed that can rotate 270 degrees hat box, hats can really make the finished product for the right ear from left ear to the Department of the Ministry of the full embroidery.
1995
Industry pioneer Walter A. Floriani Sr passed away, "Stitches Magazine" through the establishment of the Floriani Award, is used to reward those who contribute to lifelong education, embroidery, and is highly successful people. The first winners were Walter A. Floriani Sr himself.
Universal Design Company has established a global network Internet, embroidery manufacturers, vendors and playing address book.
Tajima (Tajima) to increase its production of embroidery machine laser cutting capabilities.
1996
Technology Exchange started garment industry (including the embroidery industry) to provide on-line interactive reference and information-oriented.
U.S. G + S Corporation (Gunold + Stickma of America) the separation of its two departments into two separate companies: Gunold + Stickma the company under the leadership of Ole Prior embroidery accessories and spare parts business; Gunold Technology companies in the Ed Harof under the leadership of the software, design, and cutting operations. This separation is due to its German parent company of the same name caused the separation.
In this discrete event, Thal's C. Beerli AG of Switzerland won the German Stockstadt in Gunold + Stickma GmbH the company's 50% ownership.
Appear on the network-related companies with embroidered significant increase. Lee Printwear and the Outer Banks of industrial co-sponsored Web site: Printers and Embroiderers World can also be connected to other embroidery company's website.
Embroidery owner Jennifer Ritchie Cox and her two partners with the Susan Ritchie for embroidery Arch owners established a regional trade association: Embroidery Network.
"Stitches Magazine", and THE PRESS with the CD-ROM Digital Product Locator (with network characteristics) on the Cat Access work together.
Bobbin Show (founded in 1960) and Bobbin Magazine (founded 1959), founder of the death of Ronald Segal. Bobbin Show in North America, has become showcase embroidery new technology, new machines a major event.
HAES Inc. (Hirsch International) bought the Chicago-based, with 50 years of operating machines and accessories a family history of the company - "Sewing Machine Trading Center" (Sewing Machine Exchange).
HES companies to stop marketing Brother (brother) machines, single-minded distribution of Tajima (Tajima) machines and systems.
HES acquisition "Sewing Machine Trading Center" In the future, the U.S. highway company (Melco Embroidery Systems) had to re-start his own distribution set-point in the Midwest.
Brothers (Brother International) expansion of the existing network of sales agents to cover the original company from the HES areas.
"Stitches Magazine" established the Embroidery Hall of Fame (embroidery Honor Memorial), the first selected were:
Joshua Heilman
Isaak Groebli
Carl Wurker
Max Bretschneider
E. B. Meister
Erick Gross
Harry Hirsch
Randall Melton
William Childs
Minoru Goda
Ikuo Tajima
Yoshio Shibata
Madeira Group, founder of the death of Rudolf Schmidt.
Ridgefield, New Jersey, the AA World Class Embroidery of Coleman Schneider in the embroidered his lifetime achievements in the field of education received the second prize Floriani.
1997
HAES Inc. (Hirsch International) announced plans with Tajima's (Tajima) joint venture set up in New York, Long Island, United States Tajima (Tajima USA), this will be the first in the United States to create "Tajima" brand embroidery machine factory.
HES's annexation to city of Fort Worth, Texas-based, distribution, "Tajima" embroidery equipment, a 25-year Sedeco company, a few months later, then annexed Denver Equipment Connection of Denver company.
Macpherson Meistergram gone through a 20-year history, was sold to New Jersey, Willcox & Gibbs of Carteret (which is an operation of industrial sewing equipment, there are a number of independent sector companies).
1998
Compucon: In the Bobbin Show to launch AutoPunch and Color PhotoStitch software.
Ackerman North America: for customers to buy directly from manufacturers to open up channels of wire and embroidery products, the company is located in Colo of Denver, in Califonia, Illinoise, New Jersey, North Califonia with transportation points.
ETA: the acquisition by Miller Freeman.
Textile Techonologies LLC: Introduction to purchase new ways of digital software, PowerStitch Pay As You Go software allows free use of digital programming, the results only in the design format of the output when the machine would have to pay, all spent on design changes before they will be directly the software owner.
Sunstar: authorization SWF East and SWF Mesa for all the exclusive agent for SWF embroidery machines.
Brother International Corporation: his office moved to New Jersey in Bridgewater.
Brother International Corporation: Tennessee Complex opened as a U.S. agent and warehouses.
Tajima: the introduction of the Under Bobbin Changer (UBC)
Brothers: new six aircraft BES-1260 and stand-alone embroidery machine BES-1261BC.
Toyota: introduced the AD860 model, the model embroidery machine noise, high speed electrical and mechanical than the previous AD850 has improved significantly.
Toyota: launch of "Maintenance CD" Hand Services Edition, CD contains a number of adjustments and procedures for video.
Tajima: the establishment of the East China Sea north sewing machine factory and the East plant.
1999
Shenzhen, China Fu Yee: engaged in embroidery machine manufacturer, embroidery software design, drive, network systems and apparel CAD operations, to establish a nationwide sales and network support.
BEHRINGER: announced its intention to acquire Macpherson Meistergram. ]
Wilcom: the establishment of the United States set up an office in Marietta GA.
SWF East and SWF Mesa: the introduction of SWF to the U.S. market from a single head to 12 garments embroidery machine.
Compucon: in the United States, NC Green set up the office.
Compucon: In the Paris-based International Sewing Equipment Exhibition (ITMA) is showcasing its new operating system, embroidery (EOS) - digital and editing software.
BEHRINGER United States: the acquisition of Geoffrey E Macpherson Canada, and to its re-named the BEHRINGER Canada Ltd., and allowed it to become Canada Barudan embroidery machine dealers only.
Tajima: the introduction of the baby hat box and a narrow cylinder arm.
Tajima: the introduction of a high-speed embroidery machines - TMFN series.
Stitches Magazine: first published in a profitable embroidery, first the magazine editorial content for home embroidery.
Brothers: has also introduced four PC Control Model embroidery machine - BES1240BC and single-head machine BES-1241BC.
Pantograms: introduced Pantograms design software - "ProLine" version of the, ProLine system has many new features of digital. Embroidery Magic Embroidery software, embroidery for clients and families developed by retailers. It is the first network system Pantograms own a product.
2000
BEHRINGER United States: the acquisition of its former U.S. dealer Macpherson Meistergram of Greensboro NC sales and support section.
Brothers: the introduction of single-head embroidery machine upgrade, model for the BES-916AC and BES-1216AC.
Brothers: In the Tenn's Bartlett establishment of a new embroidery support system.
Pantograms: introduction of a five-year industrial 250000000stitch guarantee.
Pantograms: for the uniform industry, to develop a complementary program name (a name patch process), can be in the same set of 12 different names.
Pulse Microsystems: The Stitchport patent, it can be used for online embroidery design and editing fonts.
SWF East and SWF Mesa: introduction of a small embroidery machine, designed for home and commercial embroidery to design.
Compuncon: is the first and only one to achieve ISO9001 international certification of the embroidery software suppliers, it was engaged in software product design, development, supply, sale, distribution, installation and application.
emb001: www.emb001.com/ Central Plains Embroidery Association's official website, the same year, transformed into embroidery Network
2001
Punto: launch of Punto WindowsTM version, only in the Windows and MAC machines running software programs. Punto through the platform hardware buttons and the same procedure using the same USB.
BEHRINGER: the introduction of embroidery machines compact bridge has 2,4,6 and 8.
Tajima: Nagoya in Japan, Tokai establishment of a new plant.
Tajima: to restructure its entire product line, launched TFHX, TEHX and TFGN embroidery machines, these machines features are subject to the new T3 Tajima technology enhanced with many features.
Toyoto: development as hats and flatwork development of rapid transformation system.
Toyoto: embroidery machine repair parts anywhere in the world of interactive online repository access.
Pantograms: for the uniform industry, has developed a step by step stitching system for name pacth, the machine can use the gas control, and can also be used in the Toyota single-needle AD851 the mecha-tronics.
Brothers: the introduction of network software-BINS, used to connect the work of embroidery machine to run.

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