Service and Repair
AJ's Stitchin' Time provides on-site Commercial Embroidery Machine Repair, Service, and Training on most brands of machines.
I began working on embroidery machines in 2008. Pantograms offered a technician’s class where they had one of the engineers that help design Toyota embroidery machines teach the class. I was able to graduate from the class and one of the things they told us is “If you can work on one embroidery machine you can work on any of them.”
I found that what they said is true, all embroidery machines are basically CNC, (Computer Numeric Controlled) machines like a laser cutter or a CNC Router. They have the same basic components. Some of them are configured differently but all are pretty much the same.
One thing that makes me different than other technicians is that I work on just about any embroidery machine. If you think of me as a doctor of embroidery machines, I would be considered a general practitioner. I know some machines better than others from on-the-job experience.
Here is a list of embroidery machines that I work on.
Japan: Barudan, Happy, Melco, Tajima, Toyota,
Chinese: Avance', BAI, Butterfly, Dublin, Highland, Mesa, Meistergram, Pantogram, Pro Capsule, Ricoma, and any Chinese made embroidery machine that uses Dahao software.
I am currently certified, trained and/or approved as a technician for the following commercial embroidery machines. I am authorized to service, train and do warranty work on these machines.
Here are some of the locations and areas that I have done training and service.
GENERAL SERVICE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE : This is what is included in a general service and preventive maintenance.
Maintenance Time Estimate: 2 Hour Minimum
I enjoy working on embroidery machines but found that I cannot guarantee that I can fix all machines. Some machines, especially older machines, and ones that have been worked on by other technicians, sometimes present unique problems.
The bottom line is I will do my best to repair your machine but I cannot guarantee that I can repair these older machines. I will be happy to work on them, but I must charge for the time and expenses that it takes to stay in business.
Here are some quick links to things you might need as you are running your embroidery business.
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