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Embroidery

Happy Embroidery (www.happyemb.com)  TEXMAC Inc. was established in 1974, a little over a century after the founding of its grandparent company, ITOCHU  Corporation  (Japan) in 1858. From ITOCHU Corp.,  TEXMAC inherits its  legacy of strength and vision. From its parent company, ITOCHU Intl. Inc.,  TEXMAC traces its American roots back more than a century. TEXMAC Inc. is a member of  ITOCHU's Machinery Group division that imports and exports a vast array of machines ranging from pocket calculators to satellites. As a natural extension of its century-old tradition in the textile trade, TEXMAC began as a leading importer and exporter of textile machinery, and continues to hold this position today.  At the same time, TEXMAC continues to develop new markets in semiconductor, printed circuit board, composite material, ceramic, plastic, air bag, film and apparel machinery.

Happy Embroidery Machine Model HGC-1206

Embroidery Information

Happy embroidery machines have earned their reputation for reliability an high production. Their machines are extremely versatile and are used all over the world.

Engineering has always been the key to Happy’s success. Their machines are built with the strongest main shaft in the industry! This will help us power through heavy jobs with confidence and provide superior stitch quality to our clients.

ONLY Happy machines come with solid steel bar drivers which is the heart of an embroidery machine. ONLY Happy machines come with ¼” thick, solid steel needle bars. This lets the machine stand up to any job, garment or even the occasional operator error, and keep on sewing! ONLY Happy machines come with the strongest drive belts in the industry. These belts provide a secure grip for greater stitch accuracy and gives the longevity that lets us count on these machines year after year.

Our Happy model HGC-1206 is built for high production, reliability and quality.

Screen Printing

M&R (www.mrprint.com) is the world's foremost manufacturer of screen printing equipment for the graphic and textile industries, setting the standard for innovation, quality, and service

Begun in 1985, M&R started out with three employees, maintaining and repairing equipment for screen printers who were dissatisfied with the service provided by the manufacturers of their equipment. Just one year later, M&R began manufacturing manual presses. In the late 1980’s, M&R built Challenger, its first automatic textile press. Challenger quickly dominated the market. Graphic presses followed in 1992. Eventually, M&R went on to become the world's largest manufacturer of screen printing equipment, a position it holds to this day. M&R remains heavily invested in advanced technology, earning numerous patents and keeping the company in the forefront of innovative design and rapid product development. Today, M&R produces a wide array of screen printing equipment at facilities in Glen Ellyn and Niles, Illinois, USA and in Wojnicz, Poland. M&R has branch offices in Austria and Hong Kong, and distributors and support operations throughout the world
Sportsman E Textile Screen Printing Press

Screen Press Information

With performance-proven dependability and high-end features, Sportsman E is the perfect press for affordable high-performance printing.

Sportsman E has the same simplicity of operation and performance-proven dependability as the original Sportsman, but it offers a choice of print area and many standard high-end features. It’s available in 6, 8, 10, and 12-color models with a maximum image area of 51 x 51 cm (20" x 20"). All models feature servo-driven indexers, electric printheads, and multiple print-stroke capability.

The press is compatible with most registration systems, including M&R’s Tri-Loc® and Newman Pin-Lock®. Pneumatic clamps hold frames tight and allow rapid screen loading. Standard features like independent squeegee & floodbar speed adjustments, adjustable rear screen holders, independently-set angle and calibrated pressure adjustments, and independent print, reset, and print/flood speed controls on each printhead further simplify setup. Other standard features include a user-friendly control panel with digital keypad, onboard self-diagnostics, real-time production data, and an independent print-start/print-finish setting that automatically activates and stops printheads at the beginning and end of production runs. Also standard are a tool-free pallet locator system, quick release pallet locks, digital squeegee/floodbar speed display, and enhanced front micro-registration adjustments. Central Off-Contact permits fast adjustment of all stations simultaneously. M&R’s patented Optical No-Shirt Detector (optional) minimizes the misprints and press stoppage that result from improper shirt loading. M&R’s exclusive patented Revolver Print Program™ automatically operates individual printheads in programmed sequence and allows multiple flashing without losing a printing position.

Sprint 2000 Dryer (Gas Dryer Information)

The industry's most efficient, innovative, and affordable high-production textile gas dryer, Sprint 2000 is available in belt widths from 122 to 213 cm (48" to 84"). Not only does it have the highest production capacity in its class, it’s also the most energy efficient. Heavy-duty thermal insulation prevents heat from migrating into the workplace, while CoolSkin™ technology leaves the dryer skin cool to the touch. Fast cure rates and high product throughput maximize dryer capacity and minimize per-unit cost.

Available in liquid propane (LP) or Natural Gas (NG), the high-performance burners are designed with excess capacity that far exceeds consumption rates under normal operating conditions. Separate blowers control combustion, circulation, and exhaust. A high-volume forced air system quickly brings the chamber to the desired temperature, speeding the start of production. Process temperatures and set temperatures are controlled digitally. Temperature consistency is ensured by a fuzzy-logic controller, which responds to ambient temperature changes by keeping chamber heat within 1° of target temperature at the thermocouple. A tower light shows when temperatures are within user-set parameters. When readings fall outside those settings, a temperature monitor issues visible and audible alarms. Entry and exit openings are adjustable, and large, crowned rollers ensure positive belt tracking. Digital speed readout makes it easy to duplicate settings. An automatic shutdown sequence keeps the blower and belt running until the chamber has cooled.

Flash Dryer Information

All equipment from The M&R Companies is built with M&R's unsurpassed attention to detail and commitment to quality, durability, innovation, and design excellence, and is backed by M&R’s unparalleled 24-hour access to service, support, and premium parts. It’s no wonder M&R is the first name in screen printing equipment.

 

 

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