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Welcome to the Melco Blog! Here you will find articles about embroidery machine technology, direct to garment printing, t-shirt printing, embroidery business tips, and much more. These blog posts are written by Melco trainers, embroidery applications experts, and business experts. 

 

commercial embroidery machine

Investing in a multi-head machine is a big decision. Purchasing the right technology can take your business to new heights and give you the stability to continue expanding your business.

machine embroidery design

Stitch density is the distance between stitch lines traveling in the same direction. The lower the number and/or percent, the closer the stitch lines are. The higher the number and/or percent, the further apart the stitch lines are.

embroidery machine pattern

Complex fill elements are most commonly used for laying stitches down over a large area.  These fills tend to look flat and, when considered by itself, a flat fill does not usually add a lot of dynamic interest to the work.  One way to increase the interest and add creativity to the fill is to in

embroidered Melco hat

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.

Epson F2000 Direct to Garment Printer T-Shirts

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.

embroidery machine clamping system

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

Epson SureColor F2000 Direct to Garment Printer

A few years ago Epson introduced the finest direct to garment printer in its class, the Epson SC-F2000. It took the industry by storm, and quickly carved out a space in the DTG niche. Over the past few years it has become the industry standard by which all others are judged. 

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