Toyota ESP 9000

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The Toyota ESP 9000 is a single-head, 15-needle embroidery machine manufactured from around 2005-2008. It features a 270 Cap System. The Toyota ESP 9000 series used a floppy disk drive to input design files. The successor to this model was the Toyota ESP 9100. Design-wise, the Toyota ESP 9000 is very similar to the first-generation Tajima NEO. The Toyota ESP 9000 reads .dst format files (same as Tajima).

Toyota ESP 9000 Specifications

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  • Sewing Speed: up to 1200 stitches per minute
  • Stitching Area: 360(Y) x 500(X) mm 14 11/16(Y) x 19 11/16(X) inches
  • Memory Capacity: 280,000 stitches (or up to 99 designs)
  • Dimensions: 820(H) x 745(W) x 720(D) mm
  • Weight: 82 Kg 180.6 lbs
  • Pitch: 0.1 ~ 12.7mm
  • Machine Motor: AC Servo
  • Embroidery Frame Motor: AC Servo
  • Functions: Thread Break Sensor | Bobbin Counter | Pattern rotate and mirror | Pattern repeat | Move hoop (offset) | Pattern Trace | Memory backup during power interruption
  • 3.5-inch floppy disk drive


Model Heads Needles EMB Space / Head Max SPM Pwr Cons. Years
ESP 9000 1 15 14" x 19.5" 1200 220 watts 2005-2008
ESP 9100 1 15 14" x 19.5" 1200 220 watts 2008-2010

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