• With the progress of the times, the commercial embroidery machines we developed are no longer limited to buttons. We understand that a control panel for a commercial embroidery machine is a user interface that allows the operator to control and manage all aspects of the embroidery process.


    It usually consists of a touch screen or a combination of buttons, knobs and digital displays. The control panel provides the means for the user to interact with the machine, set up embroidery designs, adjust settings, and monitor the progress of an embroidery job. And the control panel of the S1501 machine is 10 inches.


    The following shows some common functions on the control panels of our two commercial embroidery machines:

1. Touch Screen Display: Both of our modern commercial embroidery machines are equipped with a color touch screen display that provides an intuitive interface for the user to interact with the machine. The touch screen allows users to navigate menus, enter design parameters and make adjustments with ease.

2. Pattern input: Customers can input and select embroidery patterns through the control panel during operation. This may involve loading designs from a connected computer or USB drive, accessing designs stored in the machine's memory, and adjusting design placement and orientation on the fabric.

3. Stitch parameters: Customers can adjust various stitch parameters, such as stitch density, stitch length, underlay setting and thread tension. These settings affect how the embroidery design is sewn onto the fabric.

4. Thread color selection: Customers can usually use the color palette displayed on the control panel to choose the thread color for each part of the design.

5. Design editing: Basic design editing functions can be used through the control panel. Customers can resize, rotate, mirror or flip designs directly on the machine.

6. Thread trimming: Commercial embroidery machines often have an automatic thread trimming function. Customers can control when and how the machine trims the thread between color changes or at the end of each segment.

7. Machine speed: The control panel allows customers to adjust the speed of the embroidery machine. This is important for optimizing production and achieving the required level of detail and accuracy.

8. Tension adjustment: Thread tension plays a vital role in achieving high-quality embroidery. The control panel allows users to adjust thread tension for different types of embroidery projects and fabrics.

9. Start, stop and pause: the control panel provides buttons for starting, stopping and pausing the embroidery machine. This gives the customer control over the stitching process and allows them to troubleshoot any issues that may arise during the embroidery process.

10. Progress monitoring: During the embroidery process, the control panel may display real-time progress, indicating which part of the pattern is being stitched and the remaining time of the current job.

11. Error messages and help: If errors or problems occur, the control panel can display error messages and provide troubleshooting information to help customers solve problems.

12. Maintenance and diagnosis: Our commercial embroidery machines can provide diagnostic tools and maintenance reminders through the control panel to help customers keep the machines in good working condition.

It is very important for users to be familiar with the control panel and its functions to operate the machine effectively and produce high-quality embroidery works.