Tajima TFMX-C1501 (MX Bridge)

The Tajima TFMX-C1501 (MX Bridge) embroidery machine features include:

  • Bridge construction
  • Big sewing field
  • Big memory
  • Microsmart technology
  • Full colour screen
  • Energy saving sleep mode
  • Patented features

The Tajima TFMX-C1501 single-head commercial embroidery machine provides a large work area for bulky items. The larger machine footprint makes the machine a great candidate for options such as the Single Head Laser, Sequins, Lochrose, Cording and more. The World’s First Single Head Machine That Thinks for Itself.

Tajima’s technological superiority has never been more evident than with the TFMX-C1501 (Stretch) single head embroidery machine.  This workhorse has an impressive stance, can handle the most challenging of products and is ready for work 24/7.

Standard features such as a LCD Control Panel, Precision Thread Break Detection and 1200 Stitches Per Minute make the TFMX-C1501 the perfect choice for virtually any application.

The TFMX-C1501 machine takes our reputation as the world most powerful single head embroidery machine to an entirely different level.

Expand Your Palette!

15 Needles means more colours to unleash creativity.  It also means a larger base of standard thread colours which significantly reduces time spent changing thread cones at the machine. Spiral thread tubes prevent the strands of thread from getting tangled along the travel path from the cone to the needle.

Cutting Edge Options

The TFMX is host to a huge assortment of options.  The Seit SHL5 Option adds laser cutting directly to the embroidery machine.  Decorate with Applique, Reverse Applique and more by adding the Seit SHL 5 Option.

Latest noise reduction developments help create a quiet and pleasant working environment for operators.

Stitch conditions can be memorised together with embroidery data. The saved stitch conditions are applicable to job repeat. or other machines.

A design can be automatically repeated up to 99 times both vertically and horizontally.

Increase or decrease actual stitch length according to the stitch length in a design.