EMBROIDERY MACHINES FOR SALE

December 9, 2010

The Embroidery Machines you will be viewing on this website were purchased brand new and have been well maintained by an in-house mechanic employed at the highly respected Campus Chalet Embroidery Company.

Located @ 2514 Old Lewis Road
Johnson City, TN 37601
These machines are in remarkably good condition and are ready to sew. All of the machines you see being described were used in the production of emblem and patch making on various items such as: Shirts, Hats, Jackets etc. Even though these machines are used, they are being sold by their original buyer. Plus, as an added bonus, Campus Chalet will instruct you on how to make patches in your shop with the purchase of one or more of these machines.
 

"1998 TMFD-912 Stretch Tajima"

The machine pictured above is ideal for making emblems/patches and flat type applications on shirts, jackets sheeting, etc.

1997 TMFD-912 Stretch Tajima

Another example of several TMFD Machines we have for sale.

 

“1997 TME-912″

These tubular machines ( pictured above & below) were used mainly for hat production. Sash frames are in new shape – still in plastic per original purchase.

"1997 TME-915"

 

There are a total of 10 machines (listed below) that are waiting to be sold. As stated above, these machines are in great condition, a cut above  similar machines on the market today. The average price for these machines is between $15,000.00 and $25,000.00 per unit.
These machines are also available for viewing. All you need to do is simply click on the, “Yes, I Want More Information” button or contact Mr. Ed Dance directly to schedule a date and time that is convenient for you. You will find his contact information and the button mentioned above in the sidebar to the right.

The complete list of embroidery machines to be sold are as follows:

 

2 – 1998  TMFD-912
1 - 1997  TME-DC915
1 – 1997  TME-DC912
1 – 1988  TMEF-612

 

1 – 1993  TME-HC912
3 - 1994  TMFD 912
1 - 1995  TMFD 1995

 

**Note: All other details RE: embroidery machines can be discussed upon viewing.

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