Choosing a home embroidery machine may directly concern the type of your requirements, and you also have to be very careful about what you choose, as not every home embroidery machine is enough to provide you with the required features.
To solve this little issue, we have presented 5 of the best home embroidery machines.
In this article we would be comparing:
- Baby lock Valiant
- Janome MB-7
- Brother Entrepreneur Pro X
- Ricoma EM-1010
- HM/D 1201-C
What we should look for in our home embroidery machine?
Before you go for any home embroidery machine, it is quite important that you know what are the features your machine provides you with?
And the possible way by which you will be able to conclude is the type of your project.
1. Wider design collection:
Make sure you know that your home embroidery machine is equipped with built-in designs; this especially becomes quite important when you have to deal with a big project. As eventually, you will run out of the designs, if your machine does not offer you an extensive design library, then possibly you might feel lost in the middle of your work.
2. Accessories and fitments:
Fitment of a home embroidery machine is another important thing that you should take under your consideration. Make sure your home embroidery machine comes along with proper hoops or the cap attachment.
If you would miss this, then probably you will have to purchase the cap hoop as a supplement, and it will cost you additionally, which is something you should totally avoid. If your machine includes the hoop, make sure you know how many hoops are included for you.
3. Cost of embroidery machine:
The price of an embroidery machine is also the most important thing, and it will definitely vary from one machine to another, and that is why you should be keen about what you buy.
The kind of embroidery machine that is suitable for you directly depends upon the type of work. if you are handling professional projects then you might need to have a multi-head embroidery machine, and as an industrial standard, each head should support 12 per 14 aghi. But it will uplift the cost for you.
Così, if you are initiating a home embroidery setup, allora puoi considerare una singola testa 6 per 10 macchina da ricamo con set di aghi, non solo sarebbe sufficiente alle tue esigenze, ma anche, ridurrà il costo per te.
Quindi iniziamo il confronto:
Confronto di macchine da ricamo domestiche multi-ago
Se guardi il cartellino del prezzo, troverai il fratello Entrepreneur Pro X e il baby lock Valiant con lo stesso prezzo, entrambe queste macchine da ricamo per la casa rientrano nell'etichetta di $15,500.
D'altro canto, Ricoma detiene il cartellino del prezzo di $7995, Janome $9,999, e HM / D 1201-C è circa $9,980.
Nota: Prices are subjected to change as per manufacturers.
Needles in any embroidery machine holds its own unique importance, your requirement of work would be depending upon the needles your machine features. And of course more the needles, the faster the work.
But in a home embroidery machine, you might not require a lot of needles. Così, it would vary from 6 per 12 and it should be sufficient for your work.
Ricoma EM-1010, Baby-lock Valiant, and the Brother Entrepreneur Pro X feature 10 set di aghi, Janome 7, while HM/D 1201-C offers you 12 aghi, which is better and faster than other embroidery machines on our list.
Software di ricamo:
This another vital thing, having an embroidery machine equipped with software di digitalizzazione del ricamo is a plus, tuttavia; it is not necessary, as you can always outsource the embroidery work based on your requirement, which is a cheaper and quicker way to get your job done.
Most of the home embroidery machines are equipped with a light version of the embroidery software that gets you through normal digitizing requirements.
Ricoma EM1010 provides you with Wilcom Hatch, and if you choose Brother, it gives you the option of having BES4 Dream edition, Baby-Lock offers you IQ designer along with the machine, and HM/D gives you the wings digitizing software package with the machine.
tuttavia; Janome MB-7 does not come equipped with any embroidery software.
As we mentioned earlier that design in any embroidery machine holds quite an importance. And you will eventually need it as you expand your work. Così, it is a smarter move to go for a home embroidery machine that proposes you a lot of designs, or at least gives you a download option so you can download your favorite designs.
In questo caso, Ricoma EM1010 wins the contest as it offers you 20,000 disegni, which is, ovviamente, an ample library. And it would surely suit you for most of your requirements.
Baby lock offers you 120 design integrati, brother is still somewhat better and gives you 699 disegni, Janome MB-7 has 50 disegni, and HM/D does not offer you any, tuttavia, it has an ample storage option that lets you store a wide variety of designs via USB.
These home embroidery machines are good as their stitches per minute are not less than 1000, except for the Janome MB-7 that gives us 800. And it is also not that bad for your home embroidery projects.
Così, for most of your projects, they will get you through your day.
Hoops can be really important as these are the actual frame through which your embroidery garment would be embroidered. Così, considering a machine with hoops can be important.
And also it depends upon your requirements on how many hoops you would require. Ricoma, Baby-Lock, and Brother Entrepreneur give you 4 hoops options, whereas Janome 3 and HM/D have 2 hoops options.
In most cases embroidery machine companies enable us to have flat hoops, but what is a little uncommon, is the presence of cap hoops, as not every embroidery machine comes along with cap hoops. Così, if you think it is important for your small business, then make sure your embroidery machine features this option.
In questo caso, Ricoma provides you with 1 berretto speranza, and HM/D comes with 2 cerchietti. tuttavia; the other embroidery machines on our list do not offer you this additional feature.
Most of the embroidery machines come along with a stand, and that stand helps you out a lot with mobility and you can move your heavy embroidery machine anywhere easily.
Ma, this is an optional thing, you do not always get a stand with the machine and sometimes you have to purchase it extra.
tuttavia; Ricoma is the only embroidery machine on our list that provides you with the stand option.
The warranty of the embroidery machine ensures that the money you are spending would not be lost, and in case something goes wrong you can claim it back. That is why it is always safer to go along with the embroidery machine that has a warranty option available for you. The good part is that all of these embroidery machines come with a warranty and you can trust their quality.
Whenever you purchase something that is worth more than a thousand dollars, then it makes quite a sense that you look for the financing option. And it is even better if the embroidery company can offer you 0% financing, in which you can even shake off the interest rate. Ricoma and HM/D provide you with 0% Finanziamento, but the other three on our list do not facilitate you with 0% financing.
Così, always make a plan first and consider all the possible options for you before you go for any embroidery machine.
Cap attachment can be really important for your work, and if you do not want to spend some extra money on it later on then make sure you have your home embroidery machine already equipped with it.
Luckily we get to have the cap attachment with all of these home embroidery machines except the Janome MB-7, which does not facilitate you with this option.
Stitch memory is another important, yet an additional thing to consider, it is on you how seriously you take this feature.
Ti offre Ricoma 20 deposito di milioni di punti, HM/D gives you 16 million, Baby-lock, e il fratello ti darebbe 500,000 punti di memoria di archiviazione, e nel caso di Janome, ottieni uno spazio di 10 MB che puoi utilizzare per salvare tutti i punti che copre. Così, ovviamente, HM / D e Ricoma ti danno la capacità notevolmente grande di memorizzare i punti.
Schermo a cristalli liquidi:
È un'altra cosa aggiuntiva ma importante, se ti piace lavorare su un ampio campo di schermo LCD, dovresti sceglierlo con saggezza. Dipende dalle tue preferenze personali.
Così, Baby-Lock e brother ti offrono invece uno schermo da 10 pollici di larghezza, Ricoma gives you a 7” HD display screen. That is quite good in contrast.
Janome MB has 5.7” inches and HM/D has 8” inches LCD, depending upon functionality you can choose whatever you are more comfortable with. But the good part is these entire machines feature a touch screen display that is not only highly capacitive but also nice to operate.