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DELUXE Model HoopMaster

This kit is for the Brother PR-600, PR600 II, PR620 & Baby Lock EMP6 & EMB6, EMB8


The deluxe model includes a large jacket back, 8x10 hooping frame, 5x7, 4x4, freestanding arm as well as the master station. The kit includes a CD and instruction manual

This system was bought in November 2009 for $1,250 and only used the master station a few times.
Selling for $850.00 plus shipping


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Kit Includes:
4 Fixtures (100x100, 300x200, 180x130, 60x40)
1 Station, 1 FreeStyle Arm, 1 Mounting Base,
1 Pocket Guide, T-Square, Demo Video





Product Detailed Description
HoopMaster Embroidery Hooping Stations

Midwest Products has created an embroidery hooping system which is simple in design and built to withstand the punishment of a commercial embroidery environment. Even the most inexperienced employee will find it easy to use. HoopMaster will have new employees hooping quickly and accurately in no time at all. Your productivity and profitability will increase as well as the quality control your customers deserve. Put this innovative system to work for you. The many time saving and profit building features will quickly pay for themselves.



The Fixture Arms
The arms hold the tubular hoop perfectly square with the work surface and directly over the lower ring. All you have to do is align the shirt and press the hoop down.


Magnetic Backing Material Holder
Eliminates the need to use tape, clips, or messy spray adhesive. The magnetic flaps hold the backing material in place over the lower ring while you hoop the garment.


Number and Letter Grid
The grid is used to document logo placement for repeat orders. For example, when you document that a logo is placed at D19, all repeat orders will be consistent and easy to set up


Pins on the Fixture
There is no hardware to adjust or lose when changing logo location or hoop size. The pins automatically square the fixture with the work surface. Simply lift up the fixture and set it down in a new location using the self-aligning pins.



 
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