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Overview of the JUKI DDL 8700

Overview of the JUKI DDL 8700
What can be said about the Juki DDL-8700 that hasn't already been said? This machine is a favorite among factories, tailors and even home sewers. This machine hit the market in the 1960s with the Juki 227, then the 555, then eventually the 8000 series, where we get this 8700. This is the newest model. It has a maximum speed is 5500 stitches per minute. This machine can be used for...
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Sewing Reflective Stripes to Pre-manufactured Garments

Sewing Reflective Stripes to Pre-manufactured Garments
A quick search on the internet will bring you a thousand retailers who sell reflective stripes for clothing and gear. However, you may search for the rest of your natural-born life before finding a sewing machine dealer who can determine the machines necessary to set up your safety wear operation. There are a handful of companies in the United States who are taking advantage of the ever-growing need for reflective safety wear for workers in industries that require high visibility. These organizations come from different verticals in some cases, but most are already in the workwear industry. One of these companies, a customer of ours, came to us with fully assembled work apparel that they purchased from a factory in South America. We were obliged to help them construct an assembly operation to attach reflective stripes to the shirts, and pants.
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What JUKI Industrial sewing machine do I need?

What JUKI Industrial sewing machine do I need?

What JUKI Industrial sewing machine do I need?

Please consider the following question to be certain this is the right article for you. Are you looking for a high-quality sewing machine from a manufacturer that supplies replacement parts when a mechanism wears out? Because if you are looking for a cheap, throw away type machine, you’re reading the wrong article.
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