Machinery News Brother introduces the new PR1055X


embroidery machine has just been released in the UK, bringing even more creative features to hobbyists and small businesses. Superseding the PR1050X model, the new PR1055X is packed with features to take your embroidery to the next level.

With the PR1055X, these 10-needles have never looked so good or been more productive. New features include wireless connectivity to link up to 10 machines without cables and the My Stitch Monitor mobile app available on iOS or Android devices. There’s also a huge work area that’s ready for you to think big, along with a library of built-in designs that’ll help keep those creative juices flowing. Compatible with a large range of frames make embroidery possible on almost any garment or textile.

The PR1055X is a creative powerhouse that`s an incredible workhorse too. Time is money – so features including the automatic needle threader and colour sorting make it easy

The new Brother PR1055X

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to get right down to business. With 10 embroidery needles and speeds up to 1,000 stitches per minute there's no downtime, especially with the new, important notification system, with individual lights under the needle to indicate project completion and thread changes or breaks. Team the PR1055X machine with new accessories,

including the new ‘flat brim’ cap frame which allows embroidery 35% closer to the brim (6- 10mm depending on the cap), the

magnetic sash frame

for embroidery on thick garments and the tubular frame support table to provide extra support on sleeves, trousers and other heavy garments. Available with 0% interest over 24 months and no deposit required, the PR1055X is a new favourite for Brother distributor Stocks Sewing Machines, alongside the much-loved six-needle PR670e model.

New space saving heat press added to TheMagicTouch’s portfolio

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heMagicTouch has announced the arrival of an additional space saving heat press to its transfer equipment portfolio. The new HTP123 Pro model simply ticks all the boxes for desktop image transfer processes including toner-based, sublimation and all MagiCut HTV products.

The bespoke design features a 42x42cm slide-out cast aluminium platen suitable for maintaining consistent temperature from as low as 80°C to 220°C, 3cm tolerance for thicker

substrates, adjustable pressure, touch screen LCD digital controller and three interchangeable platens.

Incorporating an easy quick-change mechanism for the optional platens which include 15x50cm sleeve platen, 15x25cm for bags and holdalls together with a 10x10cm for easy breast logo application.

The new addition is complete with one-year warranty on all parts and 10-year warranty on the cast aluminum heat platen. The perfect heat press for all transfer applications at a very affordable price.

Mimaki Europe and BOFA International announce the release of the BOFA Air Purifier Unit

imaki Europe and BOFA International have released the BOFA Air Purifier Unit. Launched in March 2020, the product was developed for one of Mimaki’s most cost-effective yet high-performance printers, the 3.2m-wide SWJ-320EA solvent printer, and extracts VOCs (volatile organic compounds) emitted during production to ensure a cleaner and more pleasant working environment. The air purifier unit features a new 4-metre-long unit that attaches directly onto the Mimaki SWJ-320EA printer, with a 5mm continuous gap from the media. It effectively extracts the fumes across its length, proceeds to filter them, and then releases the clean air back into the production environment. Extensive testing has been carried out and confirmed that the level of VOCs released from the printer dropped from highs of 250ppm to as low as 1.8ppm. The BOFA Air Purifier Unit also

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Mimaki SWJ-320EA 3.2m wide solvent printer

reduces any unpleasant odour to an absolute minimum and features user replaceable HEPA/gas filters.

The SWJ-320EA, launched in 2019, combines productivity and print quality with low operational costs and initial outlay, offering a cost-effective solution for super-wide and large format printing.

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