Quick Answer: How do you check the stitch count on a brother PE800?

How long do embroidery machines last?

With proper maintenance it could last just about forever. From what I have read one of the biggest problems with older machines (20+ years) is not being able to replace a part that has worn out because the manufacturer has stopped supporting that model.

How do I know my cross stitch size?

Calculate the size of a design as follows: Look at your chart and count the number of stitches in each direction. Divide this number by the number of stitches to 2.5cm (1in) on the fabric of your choice and this will determine the completed design size.

How much should I charge for 1000 stitches?

For 1000 stitches, it will cost between $1.12 to $1.68. If you do the math, your selling price per 1000 stitches should be nearly $1.8 to $2.7.

What are the common embroidery thread problems in doing embroidery work?

Common Embroidery Sewing Problems; Possible Causes and Solutions

Problem Possible Cause
Difficulty using metallic threads 1. Needle eye too small 2. Tension too tight
Thread pigtailing 1. Top tension too tight
Looping 1. Too many stitches in pattern 2. Tightly woven material

What is a stitch count?

Stitch count can be defined as the number of stitches used to embroider a particular logo or design. The larger the logo or design is, the greater the number of stitches that will be needed.

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How often should you service your embroidery machine?

How often should you service your embroidery machine? The Brother website suggests getting your embroidery machine serviced after every 1500 hours of use.

Where is RiCOMA embroidery machine made?

We are headquartered in Miami, USA and own a production facility in Huizhou city, a marketing center in Shenzhen city, China. RiCOMA is a multinational high-tech enterprise engaged in R&D, manufacturing, sales and service of garment decoration equipment and software.