TCMX-600 series



[ TCMX-600 ]
Multi-head embroidery machines, specialized for chenille embroidery, in the pursuit of high speed, quietness and productivity. Stable stitching is available at the industry's fastest speed of 750rpm in lineup up to 23 heads!


[ TCMX-601 ]
Single-head model, using the same technologies as the multi-head models. Space-saving and best suited for small lot production!


TCMX-600 series Chenille embroidery head High-speed operation at 750 rpm has been brought to reality. Table offset switch <PAT.P> Color LCD operation panel


High-speed operation at 750 rpm has been brought to reality.
Automatic change of 6 colors enables versatile multicolor arrangement.

High-speed operation at750 rpm (in comparison with our previous specification of 600 rpm) has drastically increased productivity.

A setting on the operation panel allows the operator to select desired colors.

Automatic lift-up mechanism
Automatic needle height adjusting mechanism

The Needle, Nipple and Presser foot are automatically lifted up for easier frame exchange operation.

Needle height is adjustable in 10 steps according to the loop height or chain size.

Tie-off function to prevent the thread from fraying
Scale up/down, Rotate

Chain stitches are automatically inserted for some stitches after completion of loop stitches for prevention of thread fraying that causes production error.

You can scale your designs down to 50% or up to 200% in increments of 1%, and rotate in 1-degree increments.

Automatic Repeat
Design Editing

A design can be automatically repeated up to 99 times both vertically and horizontally. The repetition can be set for continuous operation.

Modify, insert or delete your embroidery design data stitch by stitch.

Satin Stitch Reduction and Expansion
Frame Back / Forward

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

Frame Back / Forward is available in units of stitches, color change or designated stitch count.

Origin Return
Automatic Offset / Manual Offset

The frame can be either manually or automatically returned to the design starting point (while the machine is stopped), even if the end point is different from the starting point.

Facilitates applique fabric placement and frame changing.

Automatic Upper / Under Tread Trimming Device <ATH>
Power Failure Control Measures

Automatically operates by commands in the design data.

You can continue to operate the machine after power failure during embroidery without being annoyed by misproduction due to design displacement.


Models Needles Heads Head Interval Embroidery space
D x W (Alternate)
TCMX-601 6 1 - 460 x 550
TCMX-612 6 18 450 1,500 x 450

[Example of model code]
TCMX-(a) 6(b) 20(c) Contents of model code : a=model name b=number of needles c=number of heads

- Stitch length…
Ternary : 0.1-12.1mm
Binary : 0.1-12.7mm
- Speed…
Max. 750 rpm(Max. 800rpm for TCMX-601)
- Motor…
AC Servo motor x 1
Pulse motor x 2

- Electricity…
Single-phase : 100-120V, 200-240V 50Hz/60Hz
(only for TCMX-601)
3-phase 200-240V 50/60Hz, 350-440V 50/60Hz is also
available with an optional transformer.
- Power consumption…
1.7kw (140w for TCMX-601)

Factory Options

Coiling/Taping Device(MT-1)

Cording Device [K-2]

Coiling/Taping Device(MT-1)
Coiling/Taping Device(MT-1)

This device enables both coiling embroidery and taping embroidery. Coiling embroidery finishes core and coiling threads with a soft touch and allows you various coiling variations. (The winding ratio of coiling thread for the core thread si adjustable in 4 steps.) Futhermore, combination with loop and/or chain stiches expands the potentials of you embroidery designs.

Cording Device [K-2]
Cording Device [K-2]

The cording device, exclusively used for chenille embroidery.

Taping Device (KT-1)


Jog Remote-Controller <PAT>

Jog Remote-Controller PAT
Jog Remote-Controller PAT
Jog Remote-Controller PAT
Jog Remote-Controller PAT

The jog remote-controller has consolidated the function of frame travel operations. It is independent of the operation panel and allows to move the frame while the operator is close to the needles.