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Embroidery Applications

Cap Embroidery with Melco Embroidery Machines

Cap embroidery presents unique challenges to many embroiderers. No two cap brands or styles are the same. The panels are all cut differently and the front panels are backed and constructed differently. This means that it is very difficult to make a cap framing system that fits every possible cap product with exactly the same result. For this challenge, we need to expand two skill sets, a) digitizing and b) machine operation.

Build Your High-Efficiency Digital Production Shop with Melco!

When you choose Melco as your equipment source, you have access to machines that will produce nearly every type of personalization possible, from embroidery to DTG printing, vinyl cutting to heat transfer. Demand for one-off and short run orders is increasing, and with Melco as your partner, you have the equipment and support you need to meet that demand.

Announcing Melco Fast Clamp PRO

We are proud to release our new embroidery clamping system, the Melco Fast Clamp PRO.

The Melco Fast Clamp PRO was developed specifically for hard or impossible to hoop items. Melco engineers studied customer feedback, and in collaboration with Melco's Embroidery Applications Team, have created an adjustable clamping system that enables embroidery on the smallest of areas, including pockets, dog collars and leashes, backpacks, shoes, sandals, hats and more. This system makes embroidery easier by eliminating the need to hoop many products.

How-To: Embroidery on Blankets

It seems that I’ve been embroidering a lot of blankets lately. Some friends are having babies and others have children or grandchildren on this or that team. Blankets are a great personalized gift that with a little bit of planning can look fantastic.

Digitizing for 3D Embroidery

An Excerpt From our 3D Embroidery Guide, Click here to download the complete document.

Basic Rules for Puff

1. The portion of the design that will be puffed must be the last section to sew. You will be laying down a piece of 3-D foam, so all flat sections of the embroidery must be sewn first.

2. The needle penetrations perforate the foam and allow for the excess to be pulled away upon completion of the sewing.

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